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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
METHODIST CHURCH "The Man at the Pool" is the sub- ject of the address of the Rev Stanley Jarvis at i he Methodist Church on Sunday evening next. The choir will render the anthem "J.ubil'ate Deo," the solo part bein? taken by Mrs Muller. Miss Bleeser will sing Batiste's "In the Cathe- dral!." This will ibe the last time thai Mr Jaavis will 'be able to conduct the aervice as he leaves by the Malaba next -week. He goes to Melbourne and, South Australia whee he will engage in a lecturing tour occupying nearly four months, and. after which willi enjoy a well-earned holiday. He anticipates returning to North Austraiia in March .next.
LOSING GAMBLER RUNS AMOK DIES IN HOSPITAL Monte Carlo, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
LOSING GAMBLER RUNS AMOK DIES IN HOSPITAL Monte Carlo, Thursday Determined to pet bunk his own somehow, n Jn«?n Slav who was srnmb line a' Mon'p ("Vi rio. and wns mndnVn e'1 by h^s h'enw loacps, emrHonly drr-w a flupk of perol f.om hi.-* pocket. H^ poured the po'^o) on 'ho 'nblo nnd attempted to sot fire 'o it. Thr» crowe! pp.izpd bim but be broke loose nnd drawing a revolver fired in (ill direc- tions, bnfc 'be shots hit nobodv, nnd broke a chandelipr and several win- dow. When he found the te.vnlvpr empty tho man hurled himeolf thrnimh a window to tbc pnvomont 30 foe' be- low. He died on the way to the hospital.
BENEFIT PICTURE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
BENEFIT PICTURE SHOW The picture show, last night, in aid of the unfortunate man fron( HMAS Sydney who recently had his leg amputated, was a huge suc- cess. The house was crowded, ant. the pictures throughout weie splendid. A clever string band, con- sisting of Mr Jack Air.oldi, piano, and P Butchart and M Parer, violins, played lively music throughout. Al the intermission, auctioneer Georgo Wedd, who is always at his bes; when FeUing goods at extremely high prices for a good cause, sold ? quantity of gqods, chiefly fancy cakes, donated by sympathisera. M Wedd also took the opportunity of thanking the public for their gen erous patronage, and the .musici'us an,dj others for the splemdid help. It was pleasing to note, he said, thit the Darwin people were always ready to come ¡forward handsomejy in time of need.
QUEENSLAND SUGAR MILLS STRIKE CONTINUES Strikers Summonsed—Branch Re[?] ates Labor Council—Newspapers Declared Black Brisbane, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
QUEENSLAND SUGAR MILLS STRIKE CONTINUES Strikers Summonsed-Branch Repudî ates Labor Council.-Newspaper« Declared Black Brisbane, Thursday Mos«¡ncPF ft-nin T *i m s f n i 1 Ptnip thnfc 19 »n-ikrrw fit S^'i b Johnstone Sntrar "M;':'; 'i vc bren toi-vod wi'h summon ses f'M c,1!,,."'f,. 'H'icinu: "ut of the. de« rai'nicni o( he r-nnc ir 'in on Snud.-iy, 'Die IOI'H' hi-«pch i-f úv An-ralian Rai'wnys Union lins repndnred the the decision nf thv 'Vados and Labor Council debating black the Smith Johnstone Rugar Mill and the farmers who own i1-. The Commissioner of Police is going to South Johnstone, where Sub Inspector Meldon, (Chief Criminal Investition Branch) and three Brisbane detectives are now sfcntioned. Efforts are now being made to enforce the decision of the Trades and Labor Council in declaring black the Cairns newspaper and the Bris- bane newsppper. One local newsagent has already refused '0 take further deliveries of these papers and olh^r arenfcs have discontinued their delive...
WHAT KILLED THE CATS? TOWNSVILLE IS FREE FROM PLAGUE SAYS DR COFFEY Brisbane, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
WHAT KILLED THE CATS? TOWNSVILLE IS FREE FROM PLAGUE SAYS DR COFFEY Brisbane, Thursday The II ni . i Cresta>. .. >: r ^ MM',,!-.! 1 at ed . / . \i I ívi> >y lie bli Com .ii "ISM - D' ( ii . bud T¡)OI K (1 bat ixbr.wiv. '? i \-> bi t. n ça' rit ù on» by bis . i-,;i ni ' i\,fM ¡i ¡ ii-1 d.-nniic'y r-H .1 'I . I i f.j.-t. that I'I^IK- \V =! t , V, ' ' 1 1 > &lt;i .li e.p> .i .. ^ . &lt; . ? II y i . a II .m ¡Jtíi" ? 1 &lt;?;) . I o.i , i '.!. 1 i', r.iwn >. illo. Dr C .ff^ bud iitj he?na ion ¡u lieelar ing Townsville free from phigue.
THE DARWIN ELECTRIC ENERGY SCHEME COUNCIL'S ESTIMATE TO RAILWAYS COMMISSIONER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
THE DARWIN ELECTRIC ENERGY SCHEME COUNCIL'S ESTIMATE TO RAILWAYS COMMISSIONER The special meeting of the Darwin Town Council to consider data re- garding the supply- uf Electric En- ergy to the town was hold, on Voinesday last. An approximate computation re- garding energy for government own- ed residences and, buildings was re- ceived from the Government Resi » dent. It shows that the present cost of lighting on an average month ly ibasis amounts.to 197 units at 1/Gtl per unit. The total estimated re- quirements for lighting Government ho,uses andi buildings would be OVOL* 1,058 units. As regards energy for power the department found it (difficult to obtain a bAsis for prob- able requirements. It was assumed that in the event of power bein¿ supplied at a reasonable charge, it would bo largely used for cooking apparatus, fans and irons. Most loca? cooking was at present' done by means of wood-burning stoves, fire- wood costing 25/- per load and coo' £7 per ton. A power scheme would ...
LAWN TENNIS NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION The Annual Tournaments of thd above named Association were ad- vanced another stage during the last week. The most outstanding match was that between Brown and Doig played at the B A T* Court on Thurs- day afternoon. After a hard struggle Brown won by two sets to one. As regards to this match it is hoped that the small boys who made themselves objectionable while watch ing it, will learn to ibehave them- selves at future matches. Results : A Grade Singles Flynn v Edwards 6-4, 6-2; Brown v Doig 7-5, 1-6, 9-7. B Grade Singles Coote v Cooper 6-0, 6-0 forfeit. Men's Doubles Brown & Flynn v Cooper & Olssn 6-0, 6-0 forfeit. Reade & Edwards v Mee & Fraser 7_5, 6-4. Mixed Doubles Mrs Naylor' & Naylor v Miss Reade & Reade 6-3, 6-4. x Miss Etheridge & Sutherland, v Miss Patterson & Olsen 6-2, 2-Ô 7-5. Ladies Dohbles Miss H Bell & Mrs Scale v Mrs Naylor & Miss Etheridge 6-6\ 6-3....
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
HEENZO IS A MONEY SAVING COUGH MIXTURE By adding sweetened water to a 2s bottle of concentrated HEENZO you .will have a family supply equal to eight ordinary sized bottles of the best medicine money can buy for the treatment of coughs, colds, croup bronchitis and influenza. Heenzo is delightful to the palate, dpes not contain any drugs or poisons, and. is equally good for yo.ung and o],d. HEENZO should be used in every home.
KING OF ROUMANIA'S FNUERAL PAGEANT OF PRIESTS AND GENERALS Bucharest Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
KING OF ROUMANI A'5 FNUERAL PAGEANT OF PRIESTS AND GENERALS Bucharest Tuesday Three Archibishops 12 Bishops and one hundred priests elad in dazzling robes of gold and. silver participate 1 in the funeral services o'f Ki »ia: Ferdinand. The family of the lafo King Ferdinand knelt a(uout the cof fin. Twelve generals bore the cask-1 to the; g,on carriage to which si&lt; black horses, ridden by Artillery C'T tains were attached. Meanwhile a salute of 101 guns wa? opened an i the bel's of 40 churches were tolled Before the coffin two of the oldest* General's bore the Royal crown an'I sceptre. Thirty General? walked be- side the caitriage behind which wns led the late Kind's white ch«r8"V r;|..,,,p/i \n black. A thousand! pries'.s tco!. -oart in the procession to thî r.-.cnaf t«ry. At the moment when tb? body v/as lowered into the cry.-*". eveiny garrison in town '-red its guns and fifteen hundred churches tolled* ibelis.
POLICE CLAIM [?] SECURED WANTED [?] Melbourne Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
POLKCE CLftïM PAT» SECURED WANTFF.1 'fh^l I/Ic'ibonrnî Tuesdav In roaking one oi Ihoir p'rioilii:!1 raids on places L-:&lt;:iien'crl by un desirables Senior Deheot-vt« Mil.v.j. and Detective West anvrted si niujnbor of men. The detectives al- lege that one of the men has been sought in connection with the mu ' der of Robert Hind.marrh Jewel le* in Adelaide last .February. Another of the men the police "aim is con- nected with the razor gang which has been in evidence in Sydney late- ly.
NEW SOUTH WALES LABOUR MEMBERS' VIEWS Sydney; Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
NEW SOUTH WALES LABOUR MEMBERS' VIEWS Sydney; Thursday Mr P J Minahan; M L A; who was' nominated for the Labour Selectio i ballot by Surry Hills Electorate, irt timated that he would withdraw hi? nomination and decline to be assoc- iated in future with the section of the Labour Party which captur?ri the Unity Conference. He said thi new rules opened the door for the purposes of the representa lives "»f Sovkl! n who for yp-ur-, h »ve beru ^1* »> ,i ' 1o control the Labou,! Mo v.» mc, . >w South Wales. >et--" ÍC'C'MI, former Deputy Loader oí I ho '.'t.. jr.cr.tary Labour I-ar'y; bri'1 ko 'ey that the "Red" nil-s. r^oplu1 provide a back door for ih = ci/.v-.u) into the Parly of Commun- ists. The new constitution gave ab- solute control of the Movement to the Trades Hall Industrialists an *. Miners. The ALP haJ, become in- dustrialized and had re.ji ned its encf as an effective fighting loree. Mr Goodin M L A one of Loayhlin's sup- porters who was expelled by Satur- day's decis...
HUNT FOR MAN-EATING TIGER IS IT IN CAVE? Sydney Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
HUNT FOR MAN-EATING TIGER IS IT IN CAVE ? Sydney Tuesday Messages from Cootsmun/ro a i i Temora state that search paiiie^ . f hunters have been out frcm .-a&lt; h centre endeavouring :o lc_a'e 1-n supposed man-eating tiger which is reported to be at large in the ai» trict. Both parties were unsuccess ful although the Temora Party found traces of blood on the rocks at tb » entrance to a cave. A man name>l Fox claims to "have shot an animal, which he believes was a jaguar, about a week a^o, and it is thought that it might have gone into the cave to die. None of the hunters, how- ever, were prepared to outer the cav»i to investigate and another sear cn party is being organised.
LOST YOUTHFUL HUNTERS FOUND Perth Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927
LOST YOUTHFUL HUNTERS FOUND Perth Friday Andrew and David Philp nd Jeffery Blades, lost? in the bush, in Jarrandale' district on Sunday morning whiïo kangaroo shooting were found cn Thursday on a timber mill railway 24 miles from Jarrandale. The youths readied the line in their wander- ings and decided to 'tay there until: found. Search parties, aided by an aeroplane chartered by the "Daily News" had, failed to find any tr>te of the wanderers and all hope nf finding them alive was almost abas- tionad. Mr Bowman, dentist, will return to Darwin by material train arriving tonight. The Koolinda left Freema¡ntle yes- terday. The inland mail, from Victoria Kiv r, Borroloola and Power's Creek is due to arrive this evening. The re- turn mail closes on Wednesday at 7 a.m. . -o Mrs G Sandford and Miss Christie, who motored across Australia, It ft with their car« yesterlay aboartd the Niagara .bound for their home f« Auckland;