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TO MEET THE MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

TO MEET THE MINISTER Application was made by the 'Centralian Advocate' to * meet the Minister to see what he was willing to do about opening new land for pastoral and gardens, plus allotments. Af a recent meet ing of the C.A. Pastoral Lessees' Association which is published in this issue, this party was asking the self same questions, excepting* the town allotment query. Pre sumably they will also do this and under those circumstances we shall be delighted to have them inquire into a matter that they are more conversant than we are. But please do not forget the urgent need of more and more allotments and that a pleasant living area should be half an acre, not one-quarter. No one, we think, likes to be cooped up too close to a neighbor and with a territory having mil lions of acres to spare. This close habitation should not be allowed, there should be ample room for a garden, a fowl run and a place that the children can have for their very own. It is hoped that they will vision somet...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

PRINTrNG OF ALL DESCRIP TION* NEATLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE— PRICES RIGHT Printed and published by C. H. Chapman, at the 'Centralian Ad vocate' oflice, Railway Terrace, Alice Springs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

Send your Subscription (17/4 por year or XI posted) to thin office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

Thin Oflice for Job Printing.

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CONNELLAN AIR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

CONNELLAN AIR SERVICE Arrangements have been made with Connellan Air Service to dis—   tribute direct to the 75 stations that they so efficiently serve, the latest copy of the 'Centralian Ad— vocate' and bring back with them all the news and gossip of those   outback places. A sample copy is going out by first mail and we think our friends of the stations will be pleased to have a paper that they definitely can call their own. We trust that they will reciprocate by becoming, on return, mail subscribers. We further wish to say to such   subscribers that we also, like the   Connellan Air Services, shall be   only too pleased to do small com—   missions gratis for all, that are   unable to get to the town often.        

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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DO YOU KNOW ? [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

DO YOU KNOW ? That our roads are choked with tourists seeing the great North and almost without exception are pleased that they made the trip. Many of them have called daily at this office to expi'ess appreci ation of the climate and also with the courtesy extended to them by the public. Most state definitely that they are coming again. -;i « * # That Mrs. Litchfield claims that the oldest woman in the Territory or rather the first to arrive here was at Darwin, near Port Essinjr ton. Probably this is quite right, what we should have said is the first woman in Central Australia. i? i;t j.H -ji That Hermansburg trucked the first mob of cattle under the new Aboriginal Settlement Scheme that started only three years ago. -;?? -\- -'.? ??',?? That Mataranka is likely to Be a popular stopping place for not only tourists, but for all passers by. Scenery like this should not be missed. Start a pilgrimage down the Roper Rivei*, it will be a paying concern. Connellan Airways distance in trave...

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PIONEER PICTURES "DANGEROUS PARTNERS" [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

PIONEER PICTURES 'DANGEROUS PARTNERS' Production of MetroGoldwyn Mayer's 'Dangerous Partners' started with a crash — an airplane crash in the dead of night ! The daring adventure mystery with James Craig, Signe Hasso, Edniunl Gwenn, Felix Bressart, John Warburton and Audrey Tot ter finds the principals caught in a net of international intrigue. Craig and Miss Hasso, as a shady lawyer and his feminine ac complice, start on the trail of a man t-» whom four individuals havm left wills of a million dollars each. The swiftly paced mystery, which will be screened at the Pioneer Pictures on Monday, July 14, is directed by Edward Calm for. Producer Arthur Field. The screen play by Marion Parsonnet is from a published novel by Oliver Weld Bayer. 'IRISH EYES ARE SMILING' Packed with a score of sono-s i'rom America's all-time lilt par ade, Damon Runyon's 'Irish Eyes Are Smiling.' the new 20th Cen tury-Fox Technicolor musical star ring Monty Woolley, June Haver and Dick Haymes, will be screened...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

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CENTRALIAN ADVOCATE SATURDAY; JULY 12, 1947. COMMUNISM [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

CBNTRALIAN ADVOCATE SATURDAY,1 JULY 12, 1047. C O MM U N I S M — :o: — The news overseas is very dis turbing indeed. Russia as usual has vetoed everything and walked back per Mr. Molotov to Moscow, and from thet'e the I'ravda has issued the usual bulletin stating that all the world is wrong but themselves. Poor old England is singled out for a special attack w'th France as a close second. What and why is the reason for such trouble ? The war has been over now for two years and every attempt made by the nations to prepare peace terms has been vetoed. It looks very much as if Russia is prepar ing for war and is marshalling as many countries as she can on her side. The United States, England, France and many other countries are full up to the neck of such practices. ' Underground emissar ies of Soviet sympathies are by strikes and all other dirty methods doing- best to weaken the unity of the democratic powers, unfortun ately only too many listen to a teaching that promises everything ...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

PERSONAL We were pleased to see our old friend Mr. Ted Colson in town— he is looking very weak and fragile. He paid us a compliment by sav ing he liked our paper and that he did not think he could do any bet ter himself. We think that also. With Ted came Mr. Charlie Paige, another tough lad. Charley is a nice boy and is being introduced around by the venerable Ted. Be careful Charles. Mr. Tom Gorry, of the famous well-boring team of Gorry & Sons,., dropped in to see us this week. Tom is on the oil quest and we wished him the very best of luck. When you find it let us in on the ground floor, Tom. With the in fluential Four and a bit on our trail we cannot last .long. We were pleased to meet Miss Cooper and Miss Kyle, both charm ing Tasmanians, who have been on a trip to Darwin. They are off home again to the Iaii3 of apples, and we assured them the trip down by train would be enjoyed. The caterers on the train are all a good crew can be. When Mi-. Skinner puts in that piano a...

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Northern Territory Bulletin VISIT TO THE TERRITORY OF THE HON. MINISTER FOR THE INTERIOR [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

Northern Territory Bulletin VISIT TO THE TERRITORY OF THE HON.- MINISTER FOR THE INTERIOR The Minister for the Interior, the Hon. H. V. Johnson, the Secre tary, Department of the Interior, Mr. J. A. Carrodus, C.B.E., the Private Secretary to the Minister, Mr. Fisher, Senator Cook and Mr. Murphy, of the Department of In formation, will comprise the party which will visit the Northern Ter ritory this week. They will arrive in Alice^Springs on Guinea Airway's plane Satur day, 12th July, where they will be met by the Administrator of the Northern Territory. The party will stay in Alice Springs and pay visits to various establishments during the 13th and 14th July, and will leave by car for Darwin on the 15th. After visiting Hatches Creek, Tennant Creek, Newcastle Waters, Daly Waters,' Beswick Station and Katherine, the party will arrive in Darwin on the evening of 21st ^Tiily. The 22nd and 23rd July will be spent in conducting busi ness in Darwin, and visiting var ious establishments in...

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SOME ABORIGINAL CEREMONIES A MELBOURNE PROFESSOR'S EXPERIENCES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

SOME ABORIGINAL CEREMONIES A MELBOURNE PROFESSOR'S EXPERIENCES The following article is reprinted from "The Austra- lasian," of February 25, 1899, and was kindly supplied to us by Mr. Douglas Boerner, of Alice Springs. The proceedings of the Royal Society were made memorable last week by Professor Baldwin Spen- cer giving an account of the ex- periences of Mr. J. F. Gillen and himself among the blacks of Cen- tral Australia during the summer of 1896-7. Professor Spencer left Melbourne last October for Central Australia—country he had previ-     ously visited as a member of the Horn expedition—on purpose to be     present at certain unusual cere- monies. Mr. Gillen's residence of 14 years among the Aruntas of Alice Springs in Central Australia has enabled him to associate with them on terms of the closest   intimacy, and it is fortunate for science that he has so well used his leisure in the desolated solitude of a far ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 12 July 1947

BIRTH WITTY.—On July 9, at Alice   Springs, to Dick and Nancy, a daughter, Suzanne. Both well.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 19 July 1947

I ''',2 '; '^ , PERSONAL SERVICE The personal touch is an integral part of the E.S. & A. Bank's service to its customers. Its officers are fully equipped and ever ready to give \ the best possible banking service and to maintain a personal and confidential relationship with their customers. Upon such foundations are built the most success ful and lasting business associations. THE ENGLISH SCOTTISH & AUSTRALIAN BANK LTD. DARWIN — ALICE SPRINGS — TENNANT CREEK THE PIONEER BANK IN THE TERIilTOliT

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 19 July 1947

GF.O. WALTON ALICE SPRINGS NORTHERN TERRITORY ICE AND AERATED WATER MANUFACTURER PROP. PIONEER REFRESHMENT ROOM r.O. Box 54 Factory Telephone No. 96 Cool Drinks ? Ice Cream ? Hot Dogs ? Pasties CONFECTIONERY— only the best brands stocked ORDERS TAKEN FOR HOME-MADE CAKES .A Her Picture Patrons especially catered for : Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, with Sandwiches or Toast * ? ' ? _, ? , ? ___ ? C. J. CASHMAN & CO. LADIES' GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS 'WE AIM TO PLEASE' ? :o: ? Additional to the numerous lines previously advertised NEW STOCKS CONTINUE TO ARRIVE Including' ? MARSHAL SHOES, DRESS MATERIALS, MYLADY and ADELYN FROCKS, LADIES' GENTS' and, CHILDREN'S SANDSHOES We have a Wide and Extensive Range to suit your requirements If its NOT on Display ? ASK FOR IT ! ? :o: ? Agents for : ? CYCLOPS TOYS, CYCLAX BEAUTY PREPARATION, JOY TOYS. ? :o: ? THE STORES WITH THE STOCKS ALICE SPRINGS AND DARWIN SUBSCRIPTION FORM ? .Q. ? 'CENTRALIAN ADVOCATE' Support Your Own Weekly Newspaper BEC...

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 19 July 1947

FOOTBALL — :o: — With the object of enthusing' further interest in the Sunday foot ball matches at Alice Springs, a general meeting- of players and supporters was held in the Buffalo Hall on Thursday night. Mr. J. W. Nicholls was elected to the chair and presided over a very satisfactory gathering. The result of the discussions should ensure a greater following of players and spectators of Aus tralian Rules football. It was decided that an associa tion be formed, to consist of three teams. The existing team under the captaincy of Mi*. M. Costello is to remain, and the names of all other players and intending play ers are to handed to the secretary, Mr. T. Long. These men will be allocated to the two remaining teams by club members at a gen eral meeting to be held next Tues day night, July 22. The election of officers resulted as follow : — Patron — Mr. P. F. Muldoon; president — Mr. J. W. NichoiJs; vice-presidents — Messrs. M. N. Loutit and L. Ii, .T. Underdown; secretary — Mr. T. L...

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ALICE SPRINGS GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 19 July 1947

ALICE SPRINGS GOLF NOTES There was a good muster of members at the week-end to com pete for the Ralph Krantz trophy — a stableford bogey. Mick Woodham played well to return a stableford bogey card of 39. Les Dodd scored an 81 off the stick to ? scoi-e ,, 3G p6|nts, and finished second. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 19 July 1947

MATARANKA GENERAL STORE and GARAGE OPEN TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC AT ALL HOURS Agents for: Operatic Wireless and Vacuum Products COURTEOUS ATTENTION ALWAYS | Gel Your 'CENTRALIAN' Here Every Tuesday | Prop. S. JONES, ex-U.A.A.F, CAPITOL PICTURE THEATRE , SATURDAY, JULY 19, and TUESDAY, JULY 22 J Hilarious as a stage play ! . . . Hysterical as a film ! ^ 'KISS AND TELL' | starring SHIRLEY TEMPLE as Corliss Archer -%\ j with Jerome COURTLAND, Walter ABEL, Robert BENCH- i LEY, Porter HALL, Tom TULLY. _Not for jyen. ox. 1 ' ' ' I Supported by .... Judy gets the key to; the cityi ... and. gives the big town the business ! ' JUDY CANOVA in 'HIT THE HAY' with Ross HUNTER, Fortunio BONANOVA. Doris MER RICK, Gloria HOLDEN. —For gen ex. SATURDAY, JULY 26, and TUESDAY^ JULY 29 The HIT With ALL The HITS ! 'SWING PARADE' Starring Phil REAGAN, Gale STORM, Connie BOSWELL, Louis JORDON and his Tympany Five and Will OSBORNE and his Orchestra. ? For Gen. Ex. Supported by .... 'FLAME OF THE WEST'' with Joh...

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THE MINISTER FOR THE INTERIOR SENATOR JOHNSON VISITS ALICE SPRINGS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 19 July 1947

THE MINISTER FOR THE INTERIOR SENATOR JOHNSON VISITS ALICE SPRINGS Senator Johnson, accompanied by the Administrator, Mr. Driver, the Secretary for the Interior, Mr. Carrodus, and Senator Cooke, visited Alice Springs on Monday, July 14. Senator Johnson promised a deputation from the Limbunya Pastoral Association that he would recommend to the Minister con cerned that a branch of the Coun cil for Scientific and Industrial Research be established ' in the Northern Territory. A deputation comprising Messrs. Connellan and Abberton put a case to Mr. Johnson for reduced taxa tion for wage earners of the North ern Territory. They asked that the whole of the Territory be in cluded in Zone A, and so qualify for the taxation exemption of £120 per annum. Mr. Johnson said he would re commend to the Treasurer that the whole of the Territory and also the Kimberleys area of Western Australia be included in Zone A. Mr. Connellan said that apart from any other consideration it was necessary for the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 19 July 1947

I W R. CHALMERS -a CO. I \ GROCERS AND GENERAL MERCHANTS _, ALICE SPRINGS % | The firm that brought the prices down and intends to keep them down % I Compare our prices with those charged, .by other Storekeepers, and you must, in fairness to your- |;1 i self, do your shopping at our store. i] 5 HERE ARE' A ^EW OF OUR PRICES :— jj? 5 Sugar (no coupons) ? 5/3 doz., £1/8/6 bag PATENT MEDICINE SECTION :- \ Amgoorie Tea ? 3/- lb. A.i\C. Tablets ? I/- -i i Condensed Milk ? 11-Jd. tin Aspirins ? 6d. and 1/- £ i Unsweetened Milk ? ? 9-1. tin Ilandages, all sizes ? Id. to 1/- £ 1 Jellies, Assorted ? 5/6 doz. Bex Tablets and Powders ? ? 1/- \i . i Canadian Salmon ? 1/9 tin Hates Salve ? 1/- w 3 Finn Paste ? fid., Hcl., 1/6 Buckley's Canadiol ? 2/.'? 'A 1 Candied Honey ? 1/3 Bile Beans ? ? 1/3 f3 3. We have a large assortment of Meats Camphorated Oil ? 1/- ^ 3 from ? 1/3 to 3/6 Camphor Ice ? If- fc 2 .Macaroni ? lOd. pkt. Clements Tonic ? ? 2/9 and 5/- '.- q Vermicelli ? ? lOd. pkt. Cloudy Amm...

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