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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927
Shing Lep & Go Tailors & Outfitters Photographers, Artistic En- largements, Local ' postcrds. Films or plates developednnd printed for amateurs. AU work executed by return post. Cavanagh Street, Darwin Next fluor Australia! C'ife. P. 0. Box 77 Australian Cafe MEA.L HOURS for permanent boarderi Breakfast irom 6.30 a.m. to 0 a.m. Lunch. 12 noon to 2 p.m. Dinner, 5 to S p.m. - 1ÎM i I You get satisfaction wnt'ii yoi; dine at the Australian Cafe, because we aim at giving satisfaction, and our cook is a mos*, skilful artist chef. Proprietor Gee Fong Min CAFE. ig & Co. Proprietors Note our New Address Next to Adams & Foster. Onvenagb Street The best cok in Darwin, late of Government House, Vi. ioria and Cluh Hotels Picnic Parties and Suppers well catered for. Meals a" all hours 21 Meal Tickets 35s. Poultry nnd Mutton Every an en Lion and civility % RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only best brands ofwi.nes and spirits stocked. MRS O'SHEA, Properties» Terminus and C...
Local Court [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927
Local Court In .>&lt;> L^r-il ^"iirl nn Mnn^tv, Fi R«hoHio ,m' H G G-V^P-, lwh n^ M&lt;v¡v hnv liün""h^ .ir-' io i-- oo-.'-n^1 W P A'lnvh for 'ho «.urn &lt;«f £r»3, pnb°rqnpntlv r^dncd bv 'bo «inn n* £21, nnd bv thp .'mount of dishonor« à clipqnp iin/13/6. thp .«c'nnl snm in dionn'e thprpforp rimolin1 in g to ,-£16/7/6, bein«? claimpd *s balance of ?Vpoo-pq, -i Mt' N W "Barratt npo^ared for »bo pi-»in tiffs tint] Mr Foster for the dpfpndant Thp bpnch decid d that, ¡is the. P'M dpnpp w>s so finn'rndic'Ty. thf case would be non-pn'*!»"1, bo:h partie* to pny their own cos's. After a lapse of severn] wteks, Anc tioucer Gecrge Wedd, held ti s.iie last Sa'urdty We were pleaspd to see his right hfi'id man once again to the fore. "Billy" who is »he friend of all the Jad:es who nre too nu-vous or get too excited und bid higher than their more cautious bus'; a-ids would, WH looking much bnCuc ¡tier his so j »urn in the hosnral. Po'sibly'bo care and attend' n b...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927
Commonwealth of Australia Federal, North and Central Australian Income Tax. For Twelve Months ended 30th June, 1927. r\ll persons receiving £200 gross income including keep allowed by employers must lodge returns on or before ¡WAugust 31 st, 1 927.~^pf Penalty for Neglect £100. Forms obtainable at all Post Offices. Police Stations and Banks A. (i. WALL, Deputy Cummissioiier'of Taxation. £50 REWARD will be paid for in- formation that will lead to the con vi'-tion of any person killing or steal- ing stock owned by me. All orders given by me to any person to in any way interfere with my cattle are hereby cancelled. Any person caught mustering on Goodparla Station run without giving le.qal notice will be prosecuted. G. R. COOKE. WOT5CE i ERSOros depositing rubbish on uny properties ^wned foy Y 21 L' O^JÍ 're warned -thai le'jal pro i>0'.iim;b will be taken against offenders. Notice is also ¿iven mat 1i->e lime between the D.n win Cnfe and the Chinese School leading to the rear of ...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927
Cricket. I* 'ni i* .t > i 'fj'^îb ! '.") vj' ". .* -.i sii*ui 1 ty bv HI nii'i «"'i >.'\fii -\ i:k ts ii ha-i i í'he 'e »ure of the tuite» \v:ts rho a¡r>'»r partner li p tt.-twe-e i fien in i Toot ii which yielded 173 rn.« Iv.fore Tootil was bowled by Lof tes f?r 44. Leak retired after a chancoless innings for 126. Diggers Jones b Olsen 3 Young c Jacobs b Leak 21 Loftes c Tootil b Lampe 26 Cooper a Thomas b La*mpe 4 . Doiç b ToGtill 45 Hodges c Allen b Leak 0 CH.U'3 C GOW b Leak 3 Wsdd-11 b Leak 9 Watt b Olsen li Ntoddart run out 5 Wilson not out 12 Sundrias 15 151 Leak 4 for'3*2, Olsen 2 tor 17, Lampe 2 for 36, Tottill 1 for 22. Palmerston. Leokreti'el 126 Jacobs lbw b Loftes 5 Too" ¡H h Loftes 44 Allen not out 17 Ols'iii not out H5 Sundries 15 3 for 242 Loftes 2 for 61
CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 July 1927
CONVENT SCHOOL CONCERT The long looked! for and much ap- preciated Annual Concert given by the pupiis ol' the Convent School li.su Friday was a huge success in every way. It is a pity the Town Hall' is not bigger or enlarged 'by^a gallery the same as the Stadium, so that the audience at the back of the Hall) can obtain a better view of the stage and at the same time increase the1 acconiimadation arad add to the com- fort of the audience, as well, as add- ing to the most important side (financia^.) Long .before the concern began tumbers were turned away with the words "Full Up," which seems a pity that they could .not en- joy the novel dresses and actions of. these little ones, with the more fortunate ones who were wise in. y re curing seats at an eariy xlate. The Iii st item on the prográmalo was an overture "Giaeoviennc Fan- tastique" (Paaereyviski) by Miss Br.(een Grainger, followed! 'by a chor- us "TW Elfin Call/' (Glover) from the pupils. And now a surprise pack et for the auoji...
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department MAILS NOTICE Inland [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department MAILS NOTICE Inland Arrive at Darwin From Adelaide Eiv~r, tiociis Geek, Pine Creek, Katkonne anu peaces en routo every Fiiciay at 5.4U p.r.:. Closes at Darwin For Ademide Ri\er, Brodie Coe!:, Pine Creek, Katherine and p.does iüo'v¿ this line ? a.m. cveiy Wednesday morning. Aivive at D ra win From V:jic-:la Diver a.ad places en re M te Be.i'c.uoir, do i-cv.oi-s Creek do iViaay Ju.y 2D.h C'.cses at Darwin For Victoria liiver ana pieces en route Borroloola do Powel.s Creek do Wednesday August 3rd, 7 a.m. V OVERSEAS MAILS From Soü.h via ¿yeney about 13th each mor.ui ; Ica\es for Singapore same da*e. ' From West every 2 months, re mains 21 hoars and returns Fre mantle. Fr im £'-vnpore, about 6th «ach month ¡mel lea.ves for Sydney same
GN 145/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRAL[?] POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT TENDERS FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY INLAND MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
GN 145/27 COMMONWEALTH OF" AUSTRALl POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DE PARTAIENT TENDERS FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY INLAND ¡Y1ASLS SEALED TENDERS will be recc- ed at the Post Office, ùanvin. Non ern Territory, until 6 p.m. F rid 12th August 1927 for th¿ conveyarr of mails to and from the lindern-; tioned püaces, for one, two, or uhr years, commencing fiom the 1st f)i of January 1928. N.T.2. Katherine and Victoria li/e. Depot, via Willeroo, Delambre Victoria River Downe, Pigeon liol Wave Hill Pigeon Hole, arid Vit- toria River Downs, reluming ^i;> Willeroo Once every six weeks. '>N.T.C. Mataranka and Borroloola via Elsey Station, Rogers Ho-v stead Roper Valley, Roper I>'Vi : Police Station, Hodgson DOWJV . Nutwood Downs, Tanuu\bn\n'.. Station, Bauhinia I «owns», ? ci. every six weeks. Tenderers are to state price per year, for one, two, or three year.«-. The usual1 conditions of contract a.;.. Tcivlor wi'l apply copies of whiil.. and Ihe printed copies of form «J. Tenders, can be obtained ...
GN 168/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
GN 168/27" COMffiONVV5L¿.L';t5 ii-UiWAYS' TEftiÖEKS aie irm^d í.¡r the supp y of ironwood or cypress pine crossing timbers to bo delivered at any station or siding or approved cutung on the North Austra.in Rail way. The dimensions are to be as foiows : 20 each 7 ft. in length. 20 each T 6' in length 20 each 8 ft. in length 20 each 8 ft. 6 inches in length. They must be not -less than 9 inches at small end and dressed on two sides only to five inches in dia- meter. All timber must be sound, straight and free from pipe. Lowest or any tender not necessar ily accepted. Tenders close on Saturday 30th July, 1927 Delivery- is to be completed with in four weeks of acceptance of tend er J. H. MILLICAN Manager, N. A Railway Darwin, Iff«» July 1927.
GN 166/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA Department of Health BUBONIC PLAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
GN 166/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA Department of Health BUBONIC PLAGUE It is notified for Public Informat ion that the Rat Exclusion and Re auction Regulations impose upon the owner or occupier the responsibility of keeping his premises free from rats. (a) By careful disposal of waste food in Rat proof containers. (b) By removing litter, and other rat shelter. (e) By repairing and proofing drains, and protecting other potential Rat harborage. (d) By poisoning, trapping, and the use of Rat killing dogs. Officers of the Health Department have been instructed to see that ifcese regulations are duly observed, and breaches wiil be followed by prosecution-Penalty £50. It is necessary that all rats caught or found dead, in the town of Darwin be submitted for examination by the Health Officer and in order to facili tate this work, a Rat gang, in charge of an oí fie r or the Health Depart ment, will M At a'l premises regular iy. occupiers are íequested to render the gangs every reasonable assist anoe...
TIDES FOR JULY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
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G.N. 174/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
G.N. 174/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION. APPLICATIONS are invited from licensed surveyors for the position of Staff Surveyor. Applicants should be experience! in the higher) Glasses of surveying, in- cluding standiaird traverse and trian- gulation surveys and the determina- tion o(f latitude and longitude by rig- orous observations, and be capaibla of making all! calculations in connexion öielrewith. The conditions ot appointment at* set out 5n section 14 of the Northam Auistiralüa Act 1926 andi the regula- tions pttlescribejd thereunidler. AU other things being equal pref- erence will be given to returned soldiers. Salary at the rate of £550 per §m num, maximum £650 per annum, with field allowance of 16s. 6d. per day, reducing to camp allowance of 8s. per day under certain fonditioni. Applications containing full par- ticulars as to age, training qualifica- tions, experience, &c, allcompanial by copies only of testimonials; ara to be posted so as to ¡reach the under* signed1...
GN 169/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
GN 169/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. In the matter of the estates of the undermentioned deceased persons: Name. Late of Occupation Claim to be lodged _"_on or ibefore_ ERNEST BUTCHER Rankine River Stockman 17th August, 1927 JAMES MACANSH Tanumbirini Pensioner 17th August, 1927 Station JOHN JOSEPH LYONS Borroloola Mounted Constable 22nd) Septem- ber 1927. WALTER SMEERNOFP Katherine Laborer . 20th August, 1927 ROBERT WILLIAMS Gallipoli Station Stockman 29th October 1927 -o WHEREAS I, the Public Trustee for the Northern Territory have been duly authorised to administer the above-mentioned estatest Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 22 of the Trustee Act, 1893, that all creditors, beneficiaries, and other persons having claims against any of these estates are required to send in, in writing, to me at my office, Darwin, full particulars and proof of any such claim on or before the date shown above against the name of the deceased person concerned, or i...