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DON CINEMA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

DON CINEMA Dan Pictii'-PR or.'-piit 0 mwfiv Th ile and M ndu;i'Kennedy in »find Com- pany" ad-ipted by ii were V Hobart from Joru Charle" Brownell's ««tory, '»The Ultima e Good," in Evorybodys Magazine. The romantic adventure of a Broadway star, incurred in her endeavour to save her beloved brother from the clutches of a si i en. We are are known by «he company we keep With the cunning of experience the girl led him on »o hopeless infatuation from which only ihe sacrifibe of happi ness of those who loved the boy could save bim. Also in the cast Bigeiow Cooper, Lucille Lee Stewart and Oharles Emmett Mack. Comedy, Eddy Gordon, in "The Polo Kid," Book reserve at Adams and Foster.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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PRESENTER OF STOPPED CHEQUE CHARGED Adelaide, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

PRESENTER OF STOPPED CHEQUE CHARGED Adelaide, Mondpy A fortnight ago an open - he^ue signed ry J Emmett, one of the directors T J Richards and Sons was stolen from a safe in a strongroom of the firm. The bank was advisedi end payment of the cheque gtopped. On Friday a young man presented a cheque . t the bark and on it appear e,1! what purported, to be (he jigr.at ure of Clauro A Richards, Manag'ng Director. The ledger clerk delayed the man while the bank cpmmunHat ed with Richards and Sons. When the representative of the firm enter ed the bank the man who *iad pre- sented the cheque fled into the street A constable hod been summoned and was waiting outside. When the m?n jumped -down the steps he chased him along the street; The man ran fast ¡but was caplured by a clerk connected with the bank and. take>i the watchhouse. He wa$ charged with having forged and attempted to utter the cheque.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

Shing í¿ep & ?o ' - \\ Tailors & Outfii^rs Photosçraplieis, Aitistic Bn larçemcuts, Locd postcids Films or plates developedand ¡ printed for amateurs. AllVork \ executed by return post. (< Gavanagji Street, Darwin * Next dooi Aushaluu Cafe. P. 0, Box 77 " are You FarnishinM ? Don't Miss this Opportunity. Wmfeñ T5o'Vil<¡< M L1 m m Ansiaba Only áB13 15s. Adams & Fosters DARWIN TOWti COUNCIL NOTICE is hereby given that Traffic Control Blocks (Silent Cops) are being installed at the intersect ions of Mitchell Smith and Cavenagh Streets with Bennett Street and any person driving riding or in any way propelling vehicles ofj any description including bicycles 'passing these blocks on their wrong side wiU oe prosecuted, forthwith. F. O'LEARY Town Clerk Darwin, July 21 1927. DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL. NOTICE is hereby given thit Fees for Licensing of Vehicles; Registration of Doga and Goats arr¿ now d,ue and must ve paid immei iately. The Co...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

, TOT ?»at« «>«'«?»! »t ( jowN tàlk. The Box Plan for the Picture enter tainment to be tendered A Jennings, of H M A S Sydney, will be opened at Adams and Foster on Monday next, The Star Featme scieening entitled "Geared to Go" 4starring ß(-t'd Howe's the new find at Holly wood. Cunicdy Clnistie pioduot.ion ''Ocean Swells" stalling Neal Burns.* The «nusic part is being inauaged by Mr J Arnold, who lias his orchestra hard at, work During the interval an auction of donated gifts will take place. The subsciiption list, is meet- ing with ready response. Be weil advised and book early seats and av'oid the ciush. Mind the Cops/-i he Town Coun- cil notify that all vehicles including bicycles must keep on the near side of the "silent cops" at street corners. The tender of Mr Half 'French has been accepted for repairs to the Club Hotel at £284/7/7 New J,P.-MrjSamael Hopkins of Marranboy. Judge Beeby, with his clever .daughter as Associate, seems just as populad a judge as he was a politi ...

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ALL BRITISH MORRIS TRUCKS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

ALL BRITISH MORRIS TRUCKS The Essence of Economical Trans portation. They travel with ease under full load and stay on the job day in and day out at amazingly low cost of up keep. It is service such as this that has made the All. British Morris Trucks so popular in N.S.W. during the last twelve months and caused many big firms and government de partments to purchase fleets. Built for gruelling conditions hard work, heavy hauls, British stamia triumphs. Satisfaction comes from the trucks ability to do your work whenever and wherever you wish it. Morris offers a wide range of Commercial vehicles to suit' every class of goods varying in capacity from 8 to 30 cwt The Sydney Municipal Council, viz. Sydney Municipal Council, Mos heads the list with over 60 trucks, man Council, North Shore Council, Willoughby Council, Manly Council, British Imperial Oil Coy Ltd, Main Roads Board, N.S.W. Railways, Water Supi^y and S Board, Irrigat ion Commission, David Jones & Co, Nestles & ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

FRANCIS L MARDEN 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 CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT TOWN HALL DARWIN FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 22nd COMMENCES AT 8 OCLOCK SHARP V ROWE. Hon. Sec. \ X MR R. H. BOWMAN \ DENTIST DARWIN PUMP WANTED Wanted to purchase, new or sec ond hand, belt driven rotary pump Please send particulars to 'Times Office. NORTH AUSTRALIA MEDICAL,' SOCIETY The promoters n»flify the public that this Society has been orefan'sed on lines of business efficiency and eco.nomy. After consultation the following ^ale of annual dues has been determined upon : * Married couples and families £4/4/0 (Boys to 1.5 and Girls to 17) Single men £2/2/0 Spinsters £1/1/0 "\ Vi dows, with or without families as above £1/1/0 Tues may be paid half yearly. Dues must be jipid in advance, riny officer of the society is empowered to coll...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

. 5NELL & COY Builders and Contractors Saw p.nd Joîn&ry ftftiis Large stocks of Timber, Joinry cv Pjildhig M;>ttrials all descri, tiona always on hand. Anything from a packing case to a ready ciu Homo. Plans and estimates free. PHON15 48. BOX 74 DARWIN i. lL SL What jolly times there pre in store for us all. Pla^i,.^, ¿?~.ncin£ or Sin¿in¿. PA.LINGS tooV our old Piano in ex.chan&e, and arranged easy terms for tue balance. { "wYit^ tMay ?nd let PA LINGS explain how YOU cm VirVG a PLAYER PIAMO too! Ci:ialo?,ues Frc. Every Instrument fully guaranteed. n/U PnlirwSfrP^ T +A 8(v88 Queen Street, Brisbane .V . 11, .1 *.IaIU¿ \J \_*J. .LAU.., n,'í(TOTür.l. RcclV- run inj lownivill« "QUALITY" OUR K EY hi Vi'E ù/NCE 7Ö5 3 ^ ius Mi Mt i? biudles Lg£ ?¿it*; THIS SADDLE, is recinto I}- our of th . Best and Cheapes Saddles oifci ed L-. the man on the land that will ¿> i ve solid wear. Practically new-nc\or been used. Just as you see by illustration - mounted willi rou,...

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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Chinese Merchants Prize Final Stages July 17, 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Chinese Merchants Prize Final Stages July 17, 1927 F French 30 2 . 32 *35 2 35 R Atkinson. 25 6 31 31 6 35 M B Tod.a 28 3 31 33 3 35 J Cooper 28 3 31 31 3 34 R French 28 2 30 33 2 35 K Clark 24 6 30 28 6 34 T Redfern 19 10 29 25 10 35 W Nuttall 26 3 29 31 3 34 A Sawtell 23 3 26 30 3 33 G Seale 24 4 28 25 4 29 V Litchfield Jr. 17 9 26 21 9 30' A Crerar 11 8 19 26 8 34 H Ellen 20 3 23 25 3 28 R Cook 2 12 14 30 32 35 J Taylor 10 6 16 17 6 23 F G Long 6 12 l8 8 12 20 * possible of 7 oonsecutive bulls Winners :-1st M B Todd 201; fnd R Atkinson 197; 3rd F French 196. F French wins an engraved spcon for possible. Jolly & Go's Cup 1st & 2nd Stages July 24th 1927 200 & 300 yard« HANDICAPS F French 1; R French, M B Todd J Cooper, A Sawtell 2; W Nuttall 3; G Seale R Atkinson 4, K Clark 5; E Coote R Parker H áuthorlm i. A Mur ris 6; II Ei:en W Watson 7-, I« Naylor W Harmer R Edward V Litchfield Jr 9: A Crerar T Redfern 10 :R Cook 11 W Gordon;J Taylor:F ...

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LADY OVERLANDERS LEAVE FOR MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

LADY 0VERS.ANDERS LEAVE FOR MELBOURNE -o Mips Howeill and Miss Roberlson truck'íd1 their car and commenced the return gurney to Melboumo on Mon day morning by train to Katherine. During 'heir stay they had generoug ly accumulated quite a postbag foi despatch when they strike a rail head. They had. donnedi male attire, losing nothing of their charm r-v} < b viously adding to comfort and J.\vc dlom for 1ho trip. A party of their friends were at the railway station to wave«them a reluctant goodbye. The Rev. Barber and, Dr Simpson were passengers by train on Monday

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

One of Life's Handicaps Foul breath in woman arouses in man a feeling of repugnance, and a desire to leave the com- pany of such a woman as quickly as possible ; and even women will avoid her. It is, therefore, impor- tant for every woman who values her personal attraction to take such caro of herself that this unpleasant and unnecessary complaint is a.voided or corrected. j ion. women and children who are troubled with this complaint will drive their friends away more rapidly than with any other ailliction. People do not realise their breaths are bad, because they are like those who are constantly employed amongst paints and varnishes-they get used to what is to others a most oifensive smell. In nearly all cases this con- dition is due to Constipation and a Disordered Stomach. A Coated Tongue, a Slight Headache and Feverishness are sure signs that the digestive organs are retaining quan- tities of impurities from which the system should be free, thereby causing the breath to become...

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THREE DEGREES IN CHARACTER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

THREE DEGREES IN CHARACTER That self mado man Benjamin Franklin attributed his success as. a public man, not to his talents or to his power of speaking but to his known integrity of character. "Hence it was", he says, "that I had so m(uch weight with my fellow citi zcns, I was but a bad speaker never eloquent, subject to much hesitation in my choice for words, yet I gene» ally carried my point." He wa» quite right. Character creates con fidence in men in high stations, as well as in humble life. It was said oí the first Emperor of Rusaia, Alexand er, that his personal character was equivalent to a constitution. In the French wars, Montaigne was the only noble who kept his castle gates un barred and; it was said of him that his personal character was worth more to him than, a regiment of horses. "The Three Degrees in Character" is the subject for the meditation at the service on Sunday evening next in the Methodist Church, by the Rev. Stanley Jarvis. The choir will render the anthem ...

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MAN ASSAULTED BY SOUTH JOHNSTONE STRIKERS Innisfail Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

MAW ASSAULTED BY SOUTH JOHNSTONE STRIKERS Innisfail! Monday Another Englishman was assaulted by a mob of strikers between Innis- fail and Goondi Hill1 Mill. When the Englishman arrived in town he was followed by pickets to the office of the Canegrowers' Organisation. When he left he was again shadowed until he got away from the towi limits.v Then the picket asked him his business. He stated he had gone to the Grower's office to ascertain whether the South Jo1 nstone Strike was ended. "If you wrnt wrk, you know that thp proppr p'a^e to 'go is the Union of'ico." b~ was t -l^ a1^ ir-r-o'linU'V 30 s'rikors f',vo him a hiding. 'Dip s'rik* offi ials s^nle he was not beaten s^ . evee^ as Ih". others who were attacked earlier in tre wrek, but it vas suffi-jirnt to induce him to leave the district. The second round of the Crickat Premiership commences tomorrow the Diggers meet Palmerston *n the Oval. A good game should result. Although the Diggers were soundly beaten in the previous match, i...

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Arbitration Court [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

Arbitration Court The proceedings in the Arbitration Conrtrm -Tuesday morning commen- ced with a compulsory conference vvi'h the Wharf L-iboturs' Section of the North Australia Worker/ Ulina Vat ¡a1 ions in the order of proceed- ings were made I', wn<= dfcided to pos'potif ihenffical visit to the i n 11 head till M mday next, and also to de- fer aiiiunu nr, on the Basic Wag« for the nrc-f'iit, * Trie hearing ot the Main L:noOppr ilíji'ií' Siction can1 on a' 10 .1 m. Ferny RoH ¡rOii, poi.er, called hy the N. A. Worker«. Union, s.ud he had two years seiv cr. Hu w.i i not on the permaneno staff but bad constant wotk He bad worked stretches of 17 and l8 hours. These long stretches occurred frequently. Witness sugges- ted a? a mean« of avoiding long hours of working that, clio return tu'p to Kal hen ne should he made in three davs instead of two. Hi- Honor pointed out. »h)K it would necessitate running another train Mr Allen, for the Railway Com- mission said it was the intent...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES m.v. MALABAR. From Southern Torts Consignees are hereby notified tha. all cargo ex m.v. Malabar will be de- livered by.the vessel at the Railway Wharf Darwin. The Ship's responsibility ends when . the Cargo is clear of the Ship's tack1« and delivery so far as the ship is concerned will be deemed to have been taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. All Bills of Lading must I > pro- duced and surrendered at tî.e office of the undersigned, all freight and charges paid, and delivery order ob- tained, and no claims against the Ship will be recognised unless 'odged WITHIN SEVEN DAYS from the date pf the Steamer's arrival. A. E. JOLLY & CO., AGENTS. "We Couldn't Do Without It" -Say the Athletes So say all whose work is hard after they try the deli cious, invigorating refresh- ment of WRIGLEY'S. tfuiJ* j íiijüanDawr'naanacinüDaa c a I Car for Hire ¡ g Jim Young. Propt. g a - a g impairs "Well Done, g g Ford Spares Slocked g a - a a Phone 145. g goD...

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LAWN TENNIS NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL TOURNAMENT 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 22 July 1927

NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL TOURNAMENT 1927 The matches piovided .by the An- nual Tournaments are being followed, with much interest. As all the events have now practically reached he semi final stage next week's results should show as to who will be the finalists. Results to date are as follows : Men's A grade Sing-Fes Flynn v Naylor 6-4; 4-6; 6-2. Michell v Toothill 6-4; 6-4. Men's B grade Singles Cooper v Coutanche 6-0; 6-4. Coote v Sutherland 6-2; 4-6; 6_i Fraser v Redfern 6-2; 6-2. Men's Doubles Brown & Flynn v .Young & Todd 11-9; 6-4. Mee & Fraser v Lof tes & Toothill 4-6; 6-3; 6-4. \ Reade & Ec.wards v Peel "& Moss 6-3; 6-4. Heaps end Doig v Giles & K Gurry 6-4; 3-6; 8-6. Naylor & Michell v Lampe & Frost 6-2; 9-7. Mixed Douhfes Mrs H?y'or & "Yay^or v Mrs Eng"l &. Engel 2-6; R-6; 6-2. * < Miss Reade & Reade v Mrs Y^qunc & Young 6-0; 6-0 (forfeit.) M...

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HIGH SPEED FLIGHT THREE HUNDRED MILES AN HOUR London Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927

HIGH SPEED FLIGHT THREE HUNDRED MILES AN HOUR London Thursday Experts have been promised an op- portunity of shortly seeing a flight bv three of the high speed. aer> planes the Crusader, Gloster, and Supermarine 85, with wihich tl;e Ail Ministry hopes to wrest fror» Italy the coveted Schneider Cup. It s expected that thi swiftest will ha;'e i speed of 300 mr'^s.an hour or fiv miles a minute. Ihe Supermarine bt, i. now undergoing tria's at South .hampton Water ar«d is describee«, as . "Poem of Speed," Air force men. ire ibeing specially trained for her as the strain olf handling the -voncl-« craft is tremendous.

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JACK LYONS—HARD HIT[?]NG BATSMAN DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927

JACK LYONS-HARD HITf NG BATSMAN DEAD Jack Lyons, former South Austral- ian and International Cricketer, who was regarded as the most . otab' Î herd hitting batsman in the insto . of tÇie game, died at Adelaide Hos- pital earC.y on Thursday mornirg. He Mas 60 years of age.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SNCW FALLS Adelaide, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SNOW FALLS Adelaide, Friday       Remarkable falls of snow, total Jj ni: in, some instpnces four inches, cccurrccl throu'hout the Northern Highlands on Thursday morning and light falls in th». Adelaide Hills. Splendid agricultural! rains fell throughout the si ate b,ut t|he I astor al country did not receive the bene fit of any rain.

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BILLY GRIMES WINS AT HONOLULU New York Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927

BILLY GRIMES WINS AT HONOLULU New York Friday Billy Grimes, (Aust.) defeated Stewart McLean, (Minneapolis'* in o Featherweight Contest at Honolulu o 10 roundls. Th? Australian onsii eraibiy increased his reputation an 1 von a third American Battle wjheti he took ten successive rounds fro n JVlcLenn who is r veteran te'tth«'i v'eight.

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DENNIS ROOKE CONTINUES FLIGHT Jodhpore, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927

DENNIS ROOKE CONTINUES ¡ FLIGHT Jodhpore, Thursday Dennis Rooke, who is flying fro«n England to Australia in a mota aeroplane, departed for Agra after having completed repairs to hi* machine at Karachi.

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