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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

Fresh and Clear Complexion is best maintained by the "ase of Dr.Morse's Indian Root Pis As we all know, one of the greater* charms a woman can have is her complexion. If one stops to think have you ever seen on the stage, ix. the pictures, or in daily life, a woman or girl who has been proclaimed beautiful, and at the same time have a sallow or pimply face, the answer is " NO ! " It is the aim of every girl, or it should be, to keep her com- plexion clear and bright. It is pitiful to see a young girl at a dance who should be enjoying herself, con- tinually being what is commonly termed a " Wall Flower," and all because she does not know the secret of keeping her complexion clear, as Nature intended. As it is impossible to eliminate the rash which comeo from measles, .or such like diseases, by external applications, so it is impossible to .clear the complexion by applying soap, creams, lotions, etc., super- ficially. The blood has to be cleansed and enriched, which is done most effic...

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
JAPANESE DIVER KILLED WHEN AIRPIPE BURST Broome Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

JAPANESE DIVER KILLED WHEN AIRPIPE BURST Broome Thursday A Jnpnnece diver, Hijnrollashmofco was killed by tho hurstinor cf an nir pipe while he was l8 fathoms below the surface ni the sea nens* Mnn grove Point The pipe on which ho was do_ ppD'ling for life burst nfc about SO feet from the pump. This nllowed tho air to escape and the water rushed in crushing him to death.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

NORTHERN TERRITORY RACINQ CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY 1. TRIAL HANDICAP 5 ta. £15. Second Horse £3 from Stake. Fo* Northern Territory and East Kim- berley ored horses only. For horses that have not received more than £15 from, any one race 9st min. Norn. 16/-. 2. FLYING HANDICAP 6 furs. £25. Second Horse £5 from Stake. Open Race. Imported stallions and mares having been in the Northern Terri- tory at least 3 years to be allowed 3 lbs and 5 lbs respectively at scale. 9st. min. Norn. £1/5/ 3. HACK RACE 4 furs. £10 Second Horse £2 from Stake. Horses to be approved by Stewards. lOst. min. Nom. 10/- Post Entry. 4. NORTH AUSTRALIA HANDI- CAP 9 furs. £60. Second Horse £7 Third Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley bred horses, and imported stallions and mares that have been in the Northern Territory for at least 3 years. 9st. min. Nom. £2/10/ 5. GULNARE HANDICAP 8 furs. £15 Second House £3 from Stake. Open Race. 9st. min. Norn. 15/ SECON...

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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THE BATTLESHIP "AUSTRALIA" [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

THE BATTLESHIP "AUSTRALIA A correspondent, writes:-. Many years since, Mr Kirkland kindly put an advertisement and par in your paper in which ns ins« met ed by the Australia Party, called all patriotic Australians to force the then Government to build a warship for Australia and subscriptions to be sent to the office of the party in Melbourne Eventually, Australia got HMAS "Australia." I know n little-a little ouly-by the Washington Conference, disarmament, etc. I feel it has never been clearlj told me why Australia had lo destroy her one big batflesbip, guns and gear, If yon would explain iu ¡J few words, I would be pi ased The "Australia" was .sunk in ac codance with the terms of agreement of the Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armaments. Australia was represented at the Conference by Sir George Pearce. Under the agreement four new giant battleships of the Hoad class, then building by Groat Britain were scrapped. Most of the signatory powers had to srea,-) some ships an...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

H. SNELL & COY Builders and Contractors Saw and Joinery ftfliBs Lr.r^e stool ^ of li i ber, Joinry i$ 2.nilling MiseriaJs all descriptions always on hand. Any thing from n packing case to a ready CUL Home. Plans and estimates free. PHONE l8. BOX 74 DARWIN For delightful accompaniments as well as for Solo \ oj MO? M Wo -Exquisite Grands and Upright Models - aro ?u, ne Their tone quality, clear responsive action, and v oil iinJnp ensure this Write to-day for Price-list and Catalogue EASY TERMS ARRANGED W. H. Paling & Co. Ltd., ^ ft"3\ ÍV^A8 I '.QUALITY' OUR K LYU OIL S1NCL 185 3 Surplus Military Riding Saddles ) liîS ^ /\1)I )T ls h luto ly 01 c o( tin 1 )tsl and Cii< .1} c Saddles oil'ei ed to the niau on the land that will gi\e solid wear. Practical^ now-nc\cr been used. Just a4- you sec by illustration - mounted with ron, Colonial Leathe, and tuiglish «Tilth. Only £4 Completa L. wmtmmMBmsu. F &?' of Australia Proprietary, Ltd. y Single Seaters One...

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ALL BRITISH MORRIS TRUCKS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 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 wo'vk; heavy hauls; British stamin i triumphs. Satisfaction comes from the trucks ability to do your work whenever and wherever yo,u wish it. Morris offers a wide range of Commercial vehicles to suit' every class of goods varying in capaoity from 8 to 30 cwt Tho Sydney Municipal Council, viz. Sydney Municipal Council, Mos heads the list wiih over 60 trucks, man Council, North Shore Council, Willoughby Council, Manly Council, British Imperial Oil Coy Ltd, Main Ronds Board, N.S.W. Railways, Water Supply and S Bonni, Irrignt iVn Comris'-non, David, Jones & Co, v '?' c .° O...

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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Jo[?]y & Coy's Cup—1st & 2nd Sta[?] July 24th 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Jolly & Coy's Cup-1st & 2nd Staff. July 24th 1927 E Coote 29 G 35 30 6 3r) J Cooper 33 2 35 32 2 :i.r< C E Le.mmen 34 6 35 28 6 3b A Crerar 25 10 35 23 10 .}.'. M B Todd 33 2 35 30 2 Wi W N,uttall 34 3 35 29 3 :\* H Ellen 27 7 34 25 7 "! J Taylor 25 12 35 19 12 :i F French 34 1 35 29 1 :.. A Morris 26 6 32 26 6 c W Watson 28 7 35 20 7 2? W Murray l8 11 29 21 11 X. K CUarfc 31 5 35 21 5 26 A Sawtell 28 ?2 30 27 2 2? H Suth/erland 27 6 33 20 6 i'6 R French 30 2 32 24 2 ?8 W -T Jones 24 G 30 21 6 127 G Seale K6 4 30 22 4 26 R Atkinson 29 4 33 19 4 2., T Rod/Corn l8 10 28 13 io . .'?. V Litchfield Jr 15 9 24 17 9 2(5 ?ToWy & Qn'<; ÍVp ?T» nnrt **}\ Sfnfr/ July 31st 1P27 . HANDTCArS F French 1; J Cooper, R French M B Todd W Nuttall' C E Lemmen :;, A Sawtell) E Coote R Atkinson 3; K Clark 4; A Morris G Scale R Parker H Ellen W Watson 6; H Sutherland A Crerar 7; W J Jones 8; W Harmer W Murray 9; T Redfern 10; J Taylor R Cook 1...

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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GN 172/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA No 3 of 1927 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO BILLS OF SALE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

GN 172/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA No 3 of 1927 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO BILLS OF SALE Be it ordained by the Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia, with the advice of the Federal Executive Council in pursu- ance of the powers conferred1 by the Northern Australia Act 1926, as follows : Short titLa 1. This Ordinance may be cited as" the Bills of Sale Ordinance 1927. Commencement 2. This Ordinance shall be deemed! to have commenced on the first day of Mamch, One thousand nine hund red and twenty-seven. Interpretation 3. The Bulb # Sale Act, 1886, of the State of South Australia in its application to North Australia, is in this Ordinance referred! to as "the Bilís of Sale Act." Definitions 4. Section two of the Bills of Sale Act is amended by omitting the definitions of "Registra?'' tmd "Reg- istry" and inserting in their stead th« following definitions : "Registrar" means the Registrar General, and includes every Acting Registrar-General and Deputy Reg- istrar-General, appointed und...

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CRICKET WANDERERS v PALMERSTON [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

CRICKET WANDERERS v PALMERSTON The following will represent the Wanderers in a match against Palm- erston on the ovali to-moriow at 2 p.m. :-W Pott (Capt) H Flynn (Vice Capt) N McMillan, A Brown, A Morris, F Don; H Matthews, J Blair, E Wrigley; F French;, E Morey. Emergencies : M Parer, A 'Sawtell. Mr Pat Ambrose, of Banka Banka station and Jack Bohning of Helen Springs, who have been enjoying a well-earned holiday in Darwin left by train for Katherine on Wednes- day morning. They will continue their journey by motor lorry, a dis- tance of 400 miles.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

Cil 11 DON PiCTURI^S PATHE GAZETTE star "THE CHEE-CHAW-KOZ" AU Star Comedy LIEGE CONBY IN "THREE STRIKES" ?» am & h rj ra Pi |3 ¡Si Are YOU FnrnisMng ? Don't Miss this Opportnnity. Best Value Machine in Australia Only £13 15s. Adams & Fosters JOB PRINTING of all kinds exe- cuted tastefully and far.cisfactorily at the N.T.Times Office. DENTIST Dr Howarth, dentist, will be at the King River Construction Camp on Saturday July 23rd; till further not ice. Bridgework according to arrange- ment. Having been asked to also under- take work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attention can have them put in order at a charge to suit their pocket. More expensive work supplied to those who desire it. DP.H. Leighton Jones HOURS AT HOME 8 to 9 a.m., 4 to 5 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m. SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8 t^ 9 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Whenever possible notification re uarding vibits required should be made before 10 a.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 COOL, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE Quick and Efficient ...

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[?] WHEN TOURISTS OVERLAND A LETTER FROM A TERRITORIAN TO HIS NEIGHBOUR 17th June 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

-0 -H . . WHEN TOURISTS OVERLAND A LETTER FROM A TERRITORIAL TO HIS NEIGHBOUR 17th June 1927 Dear Friend, In reply to yours us to dealing with motor traffic, I dihik you will find the following if not to instruct- ive at least interesting. In the fir;i place; shouM any cars -wive whet o you are living, immediately cease ni' work introduce yourse'f (although they probably know more about yo i than you do yourself)' Ask Hiern it they have had' a good trip. Aftjr they reply "Yes"-they always do ask them if they are goi >g to have a .mea,'] with you. They will' again an-* wer "Yes"-they al wa j s do-Y ja are now free from all work you hal in hand, so you can co- centrale on preparing a nice meal' foi them. BY' the way, Tourists in cara that awak ein you between ten p.m. and mid- night (a fact I assure you,) do not; as a rule require a hot dinner. A'l that is necessary is for you to lign1; the kitchen fire, the b.mps set th-ï table with col di meats pick'es and sauces. When they are n...

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DON CINEMA THE ONLY MOTION PICTURE EVER MADE IN ALASKA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

DON CINEMA THE ONLY MOTION PICTUIifi EVER MADE IN ALASKA. The Chechahcoz-pronounced Che-2 chaw-koz. Even as the name is un- usual, so is the picture far different than any other you have seen. Mado in the ¡heart of the 'frozen North, it has a scenic background that words are inadequate to describe. Whil' Nature plays an important part, it is not a mere scenic, but a powerful drama that plays upon the heart Strikes." Star: Liege Conby Book Strikes." Stad: Liege Conby Book reserve at Adams and Fosters.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

Freshen Up with - Cooling, delicious and bénéficiait Ü ?DDDDDDp'nnüaaaüaDaD S Jim Young. Propt. Repairs "Well Done. Ford Spares Stocked g Phone 145. .cnoriGco'JUPnr o one HORSE RUGS AU lengths same price Heavy Jute 17/-. Best Navy Can» ab 24/-. Heavy Khaki 37/6. COLEMAN LAMPS AND LANT- ERNS.-300 candle power, now oiu pietely insect pi oof.-both 65/ GALVANlbED IRON.-Best ual ity British Crown 2Gg. £27/15/- oi U bookea month ahead J-26/15/- ^on. POWER KEROSENE.-Venus x?/G per case. LiNSEED OIL.-Australian 4 gal. tins Raw 4/9, and Boiled 4/11 per gallon. B & S imported in 5 gain drums, 6d. per gallon extra. WHITELEAD.-Champions, Gen- uine 18/- per 28 lb keg. Australian Special 14/- per 28Jb keg. PAINTS.-15/6 and 21/- per gallon Write for co'Jour cards. Now is tb season to paint. ROOM HEATERS.-Kerosene from 30/- each. WIRE NETTING.-2 x 19" in 50 yard rolls. 24" 8/6, 30" 11/6, 48" 15/b 60" 19/6, 72" 23/-, alll less 10 peí cent. THTS MONTH FOR CASH WITH ORDER-we offer you a specia...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

IHR R. H. BOWMAN DENTIST DARWIN i FRANCIS L HARDEN Rfl A Late Chief Medical Officer H. M. Hospital Ship "R" CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Cons,ultations-9-12 a.m., 8-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m: Expectant mother are offered the boon of painless childbirth. PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL NORTH AUSTRALIA IVIED I CAL SOCIETY The promoters notify the puWáe that this Society has been organisai on lines of business efficiency and economy. After consultation 1ht following scale of annual duee has been determined, upon : Married, couples and familia* £4/4/0 (Boys to 15 andj Girl» to 17) SihgUe men £*/*/& Spinsters v £1/1/0 Widow», witfc or without families as abor« £1/1/0 Dule« may be paid half yearly. Duos must be paid in advance. .Any officer of the society is empowered to collect dues. Official receipts will ki all oeaes be issiued by the secret ary. J. H. BROGAN President A. H. CALLANAN Hon Bee. ADAMS & FOSTER, Newsagents & SîtnMone» C.vnagt. Street, Dar- win, receive new records...

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BOOKS [?] MAGAZINES Mr Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

Mr Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon Mr Phillips Oppenheim continues to send forth to the world good stories and one of his latest is under, the above title. Ir maintains the interest of the reader from the first page to the last. It may be looked upon as a story made up of several adventures of an unique 'ype. The author well re- tains his place in the world of novel reader as t he ''Prince of Story-Tellers" He introduces to the reader one ¡Sam- uel T Billingham, a retired American who wants <o get some fun out of life, and who poi.es as a swell crook wi'h the object of rectifying som o of the wrongs wrought by the real crook. At the Casino be falls in with the Marquis de Felon ami his niece Made Ion, ¡in impocuni >U3 pair who largely live by their whs. 'hu- au^tivnu-'g i sI'-Mid"!* inc une 1 lie ti fron 'o.-iu .-. pac!, ¡öd OMra.».' MI i-u» d'''.rf' iJ *; \n\>! of str iiyhs'ni . hi- L- o. k- 1 p.i'h-; by 'hi pi.>n 'ol' i!i?r,i).M-.(! MI" diamond- L3efe î-lin»...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

By this Brand Shall you know them The Famous "Standard" 74 Rids mperors Ä hard day in the saddle deserves more than ordinary comfort for your feet "Standard" 74's answer every men of the Northern Terri- tory there is no other Riding Emperor quite so good or that offers such sturdy service y oui local storekeeper can tell 3^011 about them. They're just wonderful. Try a pair next time Coy., Limited SoSe Manufacturers Brisbane, Queensland w ?*M"iynBiapi£Mwiirflrt,*,wjE! ww--WWi»l».-KgMvyww'»asm^ Cheer up old man ! »'j',;.»? '- ,--»: . '-.'j, g\% A Jazz Record will cure it ! ' Adams & Foster stock REX0N0LÄS and they get New Machines and Fresh Records by Every Steamer. Ik ßexonofa is the best machine in the market to-day Sweet in tone and low in price.

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TIMES SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT MISSING Shanghai, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 29 July 1927

TIMES SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT MISSING Shanghai, Thursday Much anxiety is being felt for F.   Basil Riley, of (Western Australia,) the special correspondent of "The Times", London. He was despatched to China from New York to enquire into the situation. Riley is a son of   Archbishop Riley of Perth. He was a Rhodes Scholar.

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METAL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

METAL MARKET Tho following quotations hare beon received by the Mines Dépannent. 28th, July 1927.. Copper Spot £ 55 10 m three months 55 15 7% Electrolytic 60 10 0 foAvand 61 0 0 Lead Spot 24 7' 6 forward 24 17 6 Spelter Spot 28 13 3 forward 28 8 9 Tin Spot 287 11 3 three months 281 16 3 Silvetr Standard J Spot 2 2 1/16 forward 2 2 1/16 fine spo^ \ y . 2 1% forward i ] 2 4% Moly.bdjenuim J 2 13 Wolfram ¡ 13 0

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

1 M SB* »ft "DON öiNEMA_ h «\ y ti & ss r<>. ?" Î ' GAZETTE STAR THE ROARING ADVENTURE JACK IIOX,ÎE COMEDY PIPING HOT AL ALT w*. JM_ »WESD'VY MIGHT W I %%

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QUIET AT SOUTH JOHNSTORE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

QUIET AT SOUTH JOHNSTONE At a special meeting of tho. t¿! Cabinet the situation at South John- sons was discussed. The Home Si c ty. stated ho received th'o following CM n mr mention from the Commiss on ^i* ( i'o'icd fruin Tr.n fpi "I l't'iv u' Ii'iTííci r/n Ti ; ^ n i roceedcid South Joh S'IMI" Ri Lurned here n Satur'.ay. "M n evorj thing a "ertionally <iuit '. 'lill working tv o shifts. Po'kc here cariying out duties most impartially. Chief Ins- pector Brosnan has a complete gup of the situation at piesent. - / ROUMANIAN THRONE Prine Carol has announced that his letter of runtmciatfon of the throne, signed, one and half yevs s&o, was imposée1 on him in graze circuir stances by persons concerrrng whom he prefers not to express ]uig mont. He has no intention of pro- voking agitation in Roumania, but If -the Rotumanian people addressed, (n appeal to him he would consilcr it his duty to o<bey. Katheiine Race Club have decided t'i hoV, theil annual race me...

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