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GN 162/27 SUPREME COURT OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA Office of the Sheriff Court House, Darwin [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
GN 162/27 SUPREME COURT OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA Office of the Sheriff Court House, Darwin IN pursuance of a writ under the hand of His Honour, Donald Arthur Roberts, the Judge of the Northern Territory, to me directed!, I hereby give notice that th^> said Court will sit as a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery on Wed nesday the 20th day of July 1927, at the Cqurt House Darwin at 10 o'clock in the morning and all parties bound to prosecute and give evidence and all Jurors summoned and all others having business at the said Court are required to attend the sitting thereof. Witnesses bound by recognizances to prosecute or give evidence or who may be subpoenaed on the part of the Crown or of any prisoner, are ra quired to attend the Court at 10 o'clock on the morning of the said 20th day of July 1927. By lorder of the Judge of the Northern Terri tory. F . T. MACARTNEY Sheriff Darwin 9th July 1927.
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department MAILS NOTICE Inland [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Gtnerals Department MAILS NOTICE Inland Arrive at Darwin From Adelaide River, Brocks Creek, Pine Creek, Katherine and places en route ' every Friday a^ 5.40 p.m. Closes at Darwin For Adelaide River, Brocks Creek, Pine Creek, Katherine ahd places along the line 7 a.m. every Wednesday morning. Arrive at Darwin From Victoria River and places en route Borroloola . do Powells Creek do Friday July 29th Closes at Darwin For Victoria River and places en route Borroloola do Powells Creek do Wednesday August 3rd, 7 a.m. OVERSEAS MAILS Fi-om South via Sydney about 13th each month ; leaves for Singapore same date. From West every 2 months, re mains 24 hours and -returns Fro mantle. From Singapore, about 6th each month and leaves for Sydney same date.
DARWIN VICTORIA LEAGUE FANCY DRESS BALL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
DARWIN VICTORIA LEAGUE FANCY DRESS BALL The fancy dress ball in aid of the Bush, Hospitals passed off success ul ly last night. We are not in a posit ion to state th/3 finuncial results and oilier particulars Vihich will app'ar in next issue. Following is a list of the fancy cogtumes :-, Ladies in fancy costume : Mrs Yarlington-Babes in the Wood.. Mrs J Young-Persian Lady Mrs Cashman-Red Devil. Miss Yo,ung-Dutch Girl Miss Rutherford-Geo. Ill Lad¡ Miss Bell-Spanish Lady Miss Tindill-Queen of Diamonds Miss O'Leary-Queen of Cluibs Miss Pearse-Queen of Spades Mrs Hilditch-Queen of Hearts. Miss Styles-Carmen Miss Worgan-Red & Bile Pierett Miss Parer-Mali Jongg Mrs Seale-Ballet Girl. Mrs Barratt-My Lady's Fan Mrs James-Medieval Page. Miss Bleeser-Ophelia Miss Kelly-Chinese Gentleman Miss Etheridge-Chinese Lady Miss H Bell-Early Victorian Mrs Dunn-Mrs Wayback. Gent1 em 0.11 in Farcy costume :- - Mr Coote- Sprnish Gcntleiron Mr Gow-Kate Kelly. Mr Coutanchc-Ned Kelly Mr Inge-Red &...
OVERLANDERS RETURN TO BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
OVERLANDERS RETURN TO BEGA The overlanders from Bega Messrs &nbsp; &nbsp; Boller, manager of the Merimbula Bacon Coy, D'Arcy Heffernan and Gordon Solomon, graziers, left 'by rail on their return journey on Wednes day. The visitors were entertained by Mr C J Kirkland on Sunday even ing. They expressed pleasure at the treatment received generally from the Darwin people and predict a great future for the bacon industry locally when properly organised.
N T RACE CLUB NOTES ON THE FORTHCOMING RACES AT DARWIN [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
N T RACE CLUB NOTES ON THE FORTHCOMING RACES AT DARWIN Mr Cahman has three horses Mr Don Cronin three and Mr Bowman &nbsp; two. All are in work at present. It &nbsp; is understood that Mr E Ethridge has two horses at Humpty Doo Station as well as three others com ing in. Mr Geo. Stevens is likely to bring down three, Fred McCaw, two -St Royal and another. Others ex pected are from Messrs Liddy Bros and, those good sports the Byrne boys and others. &nbsp; The course will be in good order &nbsp; and plenty of improvements have &nbsp; been added since last meeting. &nbsp; Everything points to the meeting being the most successful one yet held. All horseowners and breeding in &nbsp; the country should support and nominate for this meeting as the programme has mainly been formal to give the local sports a chance It greatly lies with their support whether horse racing and the horse industry in the district proves a success. The commi...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
SYDNEY'S LEADING Elocution Waster Writes:. "Dear Heenzo, I found that, by adding sweetened water to a two shilling bottle of concentrated HEENZO, I had a familys supply equal in Quantity and superior in auality to eight or- dinary sized bottlfs of ready-r»:acle mixtures fir coughs rnd influ.« za. HEENZO speedily soothed the throat eased thf cou*>h. banished my cold, and saved me much money. just Wrigley'« P. K. Chewing Sweat-Real Peppermint Flavour«lit'« *o wonderfully comforting, cooling and delicio««. MfcAauftc ?OR5ERUC3 HORSE RUGS All lengths same price Heavy Jute 17/-. Best Navy Canvas 24/-. Heavy Khaki 37/6. COLEMAN LAMPS AND , LAN? - ERNS.-300 candle power, now om pletcly insect proof.-both 65/ GALVANISED IRON.-Best ual ily British Crown 26g. £27/15/- ox ii booked month ahead £26/15/- . on. POWER KhKOSENE.-Venus i?/? per case. LINSEED OIL.-Australian- 4 gal. tins Raw 4/9, and Boiled 4/H per gallon. B- & S imported in 5 gal, drums, 6d. per gallon extra. WHITELEAD.-Ch...
DON CINEMA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
DON CINEMA. " Cheap Kisses " is the title of the severn, part Master picture to ibe screened) at the Don Ginema on, Sat mrday starring Cullen Landis and Lilian Rich supported by a brilliant cast. Never before has the blazing drama of this age of fun-jazz-love -wine and song been woven so adroitly and compelhigly into a photoplay of stupendous heart io terest as in this one, a photoplay extraordinary. Alco, "Pa the Gaz ette" and comedy entitled "Rucking Broadway". Book reservation at Adiams & Foster.
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
CRICKET The following have been selected to represent the Diggers in their match against Wanderers on the Oval on Saturday afternoon next;—Doig (cap- tain) Young (vice captain), Loftes, Cooper, Caird, Watt, Col. Waddell, Hodges, Wilson, Todd, Stoddart. Emergencies—Smith, Muller, Tiven- &nbsp; dale and Long. Players are requested to be on the ground at 2 p m. sharp.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for pennaue it boulders Uieu.kl.ibt i pu (> 30 a.m. to 0 a.m. Lunch, 12 uuoii lo á p.m ^ Dinner, 5 to 8 p.m. You get satisfaction wl.en yon dine at the Australian Cafe, because we aim at giving satisfaction, ami our c«iok is &lt;i riiost skilful artist chef. SEE FONS NAM Pioprictor Shing Lep & Go Tailers & Outfitters Photographers, Artistic En- largements, Local postcids. Films or plates developedand printed for amateurs. All work executed by return post. Cavanagh Street, Darwin N*'V fl.mi Ansitnli m C«fe. P.O. ? Sí!» ^aiSöä^si* II Gee Fong ling & Co. Note our New Address Next to Adam' Ql Foste.. C i\ n m'i iS ree&lt; Tlio bese c ok in Da: win, l«i«e ol'&lt;î«/\tj ? iii' &lt;- ihio i. Vi '(.-tub nnrl V uh \: i'cU Vich't P.«rn.&lt; ¡iii Nipprix well eatend ior Mcnls a' all lu,ni*. 21 M?al «Tickets 35s Poul'rv nnd Mu Ion E\oi\ -i'«ein m. i > i Mi') L/L r\. RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. O ni y b...
G.N. 62/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
G.N. 62/27 As from 33 st March 1927 all Aboriginals residing or employed in the Prohibited Area as defired in the Northern Territory Gazette of 19th April 1919 G.N. No 88 of 1919 (including Darwin and Parap) are required to attend at the Darwin Compound for medical examination at the under-mentioned times :. Males-at 2 p.m. on the first Fri- day of every month. Females-at 2 p.m. on the thiru Friday of every month. Employers of Aboriginal labour are required to facilitate the above mentioned attendances oy all reason- able means in their newer as pro- vided by the Aboriginal Ordinance 1918-1925. CECIL COOK, Chiaf Protector of A. .originals.
SUGAR DISTRICT STRIKE MALTESE ATTACKED BY MOBS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
SUGAR DISTRIOT STRIKE MALTESE ATTACKED BY MOBS At South Johnstone, Queensland, Maltese and others are being ¡subject' ed to attacks by mobs of men who are on strike at South ' Johnstoie. The Sugar Mill District has been terrorised and only absolute nee ess ity compels people to travel. Three Maltese were assaulted on .. tram andi train at Currajah and chased back to Innisfail. The foreigners were struck viciows blows by hfty members of the strike pickets . They ran away with faces cut and, bleeding and! shirts tom off. It was an ugly attack.
Territory Lemons [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 July 1927
Territory Lemons Some years ago, owing to an out- break .of citrus canker, the Govern- ment ordered the destruction of all citrus trees in the Northern Terri oiy. Some beau'ifnl plantations were root- ed out and burned, and fun her plant- ing prohibited In 1822 the embargo was lifted and fnithcr planting was allowed. Mr Verbi'ig, of Adelaide River, was compe.lied to destroy ¡i large number of beautiful ti ees. While this embargo existed Darwin people who wanted o tanges had the pleasure of paying fi.ur shillings a dozen for them, and the growers seemed loib &lt;o stait planting «gain,. However, Mr Yerbmg, of- Adelaide Rivei. tas replanted, and last Finlay we received a fine sample of lemon grown tboio on a nee not quite two years old. This is truly an instance of the wondorful results which could be obtained with any bing like reason- able encoutagement. Screening at the Don Cinema to- night, the qalloping .ic.i of the we*&lt; ! William Desmond in his ."teat out door...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 July 1927
FRANCIS L HARDEN M A Late Chief Medical Officer H. M. Hospital Ship "R" CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Consultations-9-12 a.m., 2-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m: Expectant mother are offered the boon of painless, childbirth. PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL OTA \J iUESDAY MIGHT III GAZETTE Star WILLJAM DESMOND in STRAIGHT THROUGH -o WANDA WILEY in QUEEN OF ACES ilTJUlil DON PICTURES ßsfc
CALENDAR FOR JULY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 July 1927
CALENDAR FOR JULY Sun Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 l8 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27' 28 29 30 31 First Quarter 7th; Full, Moon 15th; Last Quarter 22nd; New Moon 29th. What does your anxiety do? It does not empty to-morrow of ita sorrow; hut Ah It empties to day of its strength, it does not mnke you escape the evil; it make» you un- fit to cope with it if it comes. » Great deeds cannot die; They with the sun and moon renew their light. For ever blessing those that look on them. -» No life Can be pure in its purpose anti strung in its strife And all life not be purer and stronger thereby.-Owen Meredith. --? Many a truth is like a wolf which we hold by the ears-afraid to let it escape, and yet scarcely able to retain it -. The free man miy be a prisoner but never e slave.- Amyot. -? An unwise word is more dangerous than a falsee step -An Vrab Proverb,
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 July 1927
CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT TOWN HALL DARWIN FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 22nd COMMENCES AT 8 OCLOCK SHARP V ROWE. Hon. Sec. PUMP WANTED Wanted to purchase, new or seo ondi hand, belt driven rotary pump Please send particulars to Times Office. NORTH AUSTRALIA MEDICAL SOCIETY Tho promoters notify the public that this Society has been organised on lines of business efficiency and economy. After consultation 1he following scale of annual due» has been determined upon : Married couples and famille» £4/4/0' (Boys to 15 andi Girl« to 17) Single men £ £2/2/0 Spinsters £1/1/0 Widows, -with, or without families as above £1/1/0 Dues may be paid half yearly. Dues must be paid in advance. &lt;jny officer of the society is empowered to collect dues. Officia], receipts will in ali oases be issued, toy the seciet wy. J. H. BROGAN President A. H. CALLANAN Hon Sec. NORTH AUSTRALIA MEDICAL SOCIETY For publia information it is îoti tied tixat this co operation "has been organised! on a community basis. The n...
COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 July 1927
COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS TENDERS are invited for the supply of ironwood or cypress pine crossing timberg to be delivered at any station or elding or approved cutting on the North Australia Rail way. The .dimensions are as follows : 20 each 7 ft. in length. 20 each 7' ,6' in length 20 each 8 ft. in iength. 20 .each 8 ft. 6 inches in length. They must not be less than 9 inches at small end¡ and dressed on two sides only to five incheg in dia meter. All timber must be sound, straight and. free from pipe. Lowest or any tender not necessar ity accepted. Tenders close on Saturday 30th July, 1927 Delivery is to be completed with in four weeks of acceptance of tend J. H. MILLICAN Manager, N. A Railway
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 July 1927
CRICKET Wanderers won the togs and bat ted. Doig and Loftes opened the bowling for.Diggers and! the first three overs resulted in the loss of #four wickets for 11 runs. Doig se curing three for three. Pott held his wicket intact for' some time but when he was ?dismissed) for 11 Wanderers had 'lost 5 wickets- for 21 rung. French and Wrigley then made a good| stand for the next wick et adding 32 runs before French wa« was bowled for 14 Wrigley was caught soon after and the innings closed for GD runs. Doig took-5 ior 20. Diggers openedj ibadly losing 2 wick ete for 13 and 3 for 27. Doig and Cooper then added! 36 runs when Cooper waa caught for l8. Wander ers score was then pagñed with 6 wickets in handi. Doig went on to gciore 55, Hodges being the only other to make doublte figures scoring 23. Diggers innings closed for 145, Mc Milton and Evans sharing the major ity of the wickets. Wanderers Matt'hew c Hodges ib Loftes 5 Evans b Doig . 0 McMillan b Doig 2 Pott b Loftes 11 Brown b Doig ...
ADMIRALTY DOCK FOR SINGA PORE COMPLETION EXPECTED BY MAY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 July 1927
ADMIRALTY DOCK FOR SINGA PORE COMPLETION EXPECTED BY HAY The first nf the seven sections of the Admiral y dock for Singapore has been launched at Swan and Hun- ter's shipyard, Wallsend. It is ex. pected that the seventh section will be launched by January next. The dock will be completed "by May. WORTHLESS WIFE ROMANCE Heinrich ¡sten, toe poorest reaident of Tyrnau, is a central figure of ro- mance, the main part of which was enacted in Australia. Sten was % well bred man who migrated to Aus- tralia several years ago and married. Hi« wife's extravagance led bim 'o commit theft, for which be served five years'in gaol. During that period . his who died. Ho lum nod to Hun- gary a broken man. . He has just re- ceived documents conveying a be- quest of £100,000 from the esta'e of a Sydney resident, Johu Charles Midwood. Sten was supplanted by Midwood in the affections of the girl he married. He has now received a letter in which Midwood says, %&lt;1 wanted at first- to commit sui...