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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

CHURCH OF ENGLAND Church of the Ascension, Bath ; Street, Alice Springs, -this Sunday! morning services as usual, 7.30 and 9.80 Holy Communion; thence forwax'd devotions will be conduct ed at the usual Sunday service times, with no celebration of the Eucharist until Sunday, 27th July at usual times. -The Rector \yill be absent from the Parish at Synod. . ' H. E. EVERS, Rector. \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

FOR SALE COMPLETE MINING PLANT Portable Compressor, one Jack hammer, Winch, Rails, Truck and numerous Accessories. *' Apply — palfi. This office for' particulars.

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THE HON. H. V. JOHNSON [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

THE HON. H. V. JOHNSON The various deputations which called on' the Minister for the Interior on his recent visit, went quite thoroughly into ways and means in their applications for various 'matters, and in most cases the Minister seemed willing to favourably consider the questions put before him. 1 It was indeed a pleasure to think that the previous rowdy demon strations that ended nowhere and put the clock back twelve months ias at last been remedied. We are looking forward to see results. This paper goes to the Canberra library and Territory news, we hear, is taking a new outlook in that part of Australia. On reading Mi. Plain's speeches in Parliament we do think he has done all he possibly could in refer ence to municipal affairs, with however, no result. We can only hope for the best. In the Hon. Mr. McUwhi the Territory has also a good advocate and he i's always willing to do what he can for this urea.

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SOLDIER ACQUITTED OF COURT MARTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

SOLDIER ACQUITTED OF ^ COURT MARTIAL At Court Martial held at Larra keyah Barracks, Friday 18th, SX 500080 Pte. W, Weling was found not guilty of losing ftis Arms by neglect. The case for. the prose cution was tliat he had lent his rifle to a fellow soldier to go shooting at Howard Sprigs, and, before it was returned to Wei ing it was stolen ,by some person un known. Pte Weling gave evidence on oath in his defence and stated that when he lent his rifle to his friend he instructed/ him to take care of if and to clean' itf thorough ly after he had used it. This was' done, and the rifle had been placed in the usual position for keeping rifles, at the. head of his- friend's bed, whence it was stolen. Mr. Derham Green, of the Legal Service Bureau, appeared for the1 soldier and submitted that the prosecution should prove that not only was the l'ifle lost and that there was neglect on the part of the accused, but that the.Joss/ was actually occasioned by theVneglect. He pointed, out that, ...

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THE WANDERER DECIDES TO RUN A NEWSPAPER [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

THE WANDERER DECIDES TO RUN A NEWSPAPER * After leaving; Darwin and the unsatisfactory conversation with the local police, and those gentle men's suggestion that it might be good for the Wenderer's health if he left the district; local police were apparently not in favor of the game of two-up, possibly .they had in bygone times lost a bit that way themselves. This would make them a trifle embittered, but that nasty look in their eyes when their gaze loitered on tho Wan derer's handsome profile made it quite clear to the same Wanderer that th'j time had arrived to try new pastures. Accordingly we see him in some nice comparatively new clothes (won by two-up on the way down) in the city of Alice Springs, a place where so many churches abound that there is no time for the Wanderer's numerous games, all of which until people get suspicious is most remunera tive to the Wanderer's bank bal ance, which same had now thanks to his ability to play an honest game of cards and other interest in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

-' Send your Subscription (17/4 per year or £1 Dosted- to this office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

LILY HESE & CO. TITREE WELL } ISO MILES NORTH OF ALICE SPRINGS I ? ; HEALS ? ACCOMMODATION GENERAL STORE BOTTLE LICENCE SHELL AND VACUUM AGENTS CENTRALlAN STEAM LAUNDRY TODD STREET (Gap Road) EXPERT MODERN LAUNDRY , and DRY CLEANING PLANT PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED CHARGES REASONABLE PHONE 89 .tf COUZENS, Manager F.B.C.HEENAN&CO TODD STREET, ALICE SPRINGS DERATED WATERS MILK AND ICECREAM FRUIT VEGETABLES AND SMALLGOODS ALSO STOCKED DELICATESSEN and PATENT MEDICINES PHONE 67 F. B. C. HEENAN & CO. Send your Subscription (17/4 per year or &1 posted) to this office. J. NELSON Wishes to extend greeting's to old and new friends, and to advise them that stocKs of Water Pipe, Bore Casing', Pump ing' Equipment and Pastoral re quirements are constantly ex panding' and in the near future all of their needs can be sup plied from Alice Spring's SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR : STEWARTS and LLOYDS (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. INTERCOLONIAL BORING COMPANY. AGENT FOR : DALG...

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INCOME TAX AND SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRIBUTION [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

INCOME TAX AND SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRIBUTION Mr. G. C. Allen; Deputy Com missioner of Taxation for the Northern Territory desires to draw attention to the following maters in connection with Income Tax and Social Services Contribu tion, (a) 'Returns of income derived dur ing the year ended ttOth June, 1947. Form S-~Salary and wages return (including interest from Savings Banks and Commonwealth Loan .Interest) due for lodgment 81st July, .1047. ? ? Form ? A — Persona 1 return— For use by persons deriving property or Composite Incomes — due for loldgment 3iat July, 1947. Form T- — Business return-^For use by persons in business, pri mary production or professions — due for lodgment Jilst August, 1947. Form C — Companies — due for lodg ment olst August, 1947. (b) Employers are reminded that the new scale of instalment de ductions came into operation as from the 1st July, 1947, and the set-up of the scale represents a variation of the scale previously in operation. In its new form the sc...

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DARWIN GIRL GUIDES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

DARWIN GIRL GUIDES At the meeting held at the Inter Church Club on Saturday, July 12, the Girl Guide troop of Darwin met for the first time. Many pros pective members attended but it was decided to limit membership to ten to expedite the thorough training of the guides. As soon as possible n Brownie troop is to started. Miss Cobbin, tho ace Guider, from England, was pleased to know thoro was a Hvo troop at tho Methodist Half-cnstc Mission at Crocker Island. Some of its members met her here.

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ALICE SPRINGS GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

ALICE SPRINGS GOLF NOTES A Flag Competition was held on Sunday and resulted in a win for Tom Barrett. Bob Clough was runner-up. Next Sunday a Bogey Competi tion will be played for a trophy donated by the Darwin Golf Club. A good crow is expected to at tend the dance in the Clubhouse on Saturday, August 20. Pro ceeds are in aid of the Food for Jritain appeal.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

PERSONAL A recent visitor to the Northern Territory was Mr. H. H. Filackam, Director of ItenovJul Rubber Com pany, Adelaide. Mr. Blackham afc tended a Masonic Installation at Darwin. Mi. and Mra. Alex McLood worn in Alice Springs last week-end on their way from Darwin to Ade laide. Mi. McLood is on long recreation leave from the Prisons Department, and is due to resume duty on January 9, 1948. .Prior to his transfer to Darwin he was stationed at Alice Springs for two and a half years., Mr. Norman Crawford, of Ten tcrfield, New South Wales, called in on us this week. He has had the visual trip north and says he has enjoyed every minute of it. He, like others, is keen to get a 'copy of our Tourist Guide, which will bo available at a later date. Mr. G. H. Maiinino*, of Pinnaroo, South Australia, is in town. He is .' looking Alice Springs over care fully, making all sorts of enquir ies about any land available and thinks the opening of a dairy south of Alice on the irrigated lucerne he....

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SOCIETY OF ARTS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

SOCIETY OF ARTS __*n*— — . Mrs. Greenwood, daughter of the President, Mrs. M. L. Driver, was tho speaker at the lust meeting1 ing of tho Northern Territory So ciety of Arts Hold on Monday at Darwin at tho home of Mrs. J. P. VValsh. Those present enjoyed the instructive address on tho art of public speaking so ably delivered. The evening concluded with an impromptu debate and general dis cussion. Those present included Mesdames M. L. and John Driver, the Misses Tonkin and M. Kdie and Mr. G. Young.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

; ^jjf HIT THE tf ' ,#| MARK | BOX 94 Phone .'J2 A. QUEE | TODD STREET, ALICE SPRINGS Tailors and Drapers SPLENDID RANGE OF FIRST CLASS STOCK TO SUIT _. ...... EVERY} PURSE Gus. Brandt QUALITY BUTCHER TODD STKEET, ALICE SPRINGS All best cuts in beef and mutton. All smallgoods made on premises DAILY SUPPLYING OVER WHOLE OF Northern Territory This Office for Job Printing. MR. REG V ERR AN Teacher of' Piano and Singin;* Agent for Cawthornos Pianos Banjos, Mandolins, etc. Pianos Tuned Church of England Hostel You'll Come Out Looking SMART and WELL GROOMED after you .sec; Bert Con che Todd Street, Alice Springs THE LEADING HAIRDRESSER CIVILITY AND SATISFACTION ASSURED J acaranda FROCK SHOP Todd Street, Alice Springs ''* Specialising in a variety of WOMEN'S FROCKS and SPORTSWEAR Always in Stock COSMETICS, UNDERWEAR HOSIERY and CHILDREN'S WEAR Mail Orders will be promptly dealt with FOK RELIABLE PLUMBING SEE FRANK JOHNSON TODD STR., ALICE SPRINGS H. WONG (Formerly F. W. Sing) TAILORING, DR...

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MOUNT ISA RACE CLUB ANNUAL RACE MEETING 3rd and 1th OCTOBER, 1947 £500 PROGRAMME NOMINATIONS CLOSE FOR ALL SEPTEMBER 27, 1947 [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

MOUNT ISA RACE CLUB ANNUAL RACE MEETING '??' :$rd and 1th OCTOBER, 1947 £500 PROGRAMME ? ? '\\ NOMINATIONS CLOSE FOK ALL RACE SEPTEMBER 27, 1947 FIRST DAY 3rd OCTOBER, 1947 J. MAIDEN HACK HDCP. £6 Four furlongs. First horse £5; second horse .£1 from prize. 2. OPEN HANDICAP, IT-5 Seven furlongs First horse i'40; second horse £10; third horse £5 from prize 3. HACK HANDICAP, £6 Four furlongs. First horse i'f-; second horse .t'l from prize For all horses that have not won a prize exceeding ,1'5 at time of starting. 4. FLYING HANDICAP. £121 Five furlongs. First horse £100; second horse 15; third horse I'O from prize fi. HACK HANDICAP, J520 ? Five furlongs, First horse .1115; second horse £5 from prize For horses that have not won a prize exceeding .£15 at time of starting 6. M31CIUIARDT IIDCP., £30 Five furlongs. First horso .£25; second horse £5 from prizes i SECOND DAY ??, 4th OCTOBER, 1947 . 1. MAIDEN HACK HDCP., £6 Five furlongs. First horse £5; second horse £1 from prize 2. OPEN HAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

RAD1OLA The World's finest Broadcast Receiver, the symbol of all that is best in Radio The on© Radio which does full justice to the great Music Broadcasts by the Greatest Artists and giving extreme sensitivity for long range reception of Australian and Overseas Stations Console and Table Models are now available Radio Repairs and Electrical Service attended to by experienced Technicians A large stock of Electrical and Radio, Equipment on hand and within the next weeks Electric Jugs, Stoves, Cookers and Refrigerators will also be available D.B.NECK TODD STREET, ALICE SPRINGS ? RHP ? your next FLOUR order 'BEST' LAURA Most suitable for it's STANDARD QUALITY and Most suitable for the Northern Territory climate Afilled from SELECTED Northern Hard Wheats Laura Milling Company Limited P.O. BOX 34 Phone LAURA 9 (continuous) LAURA-South Aust. LACRMAN AGENCIES RSkilWSty TerP8iCe (Opposite Railway Station) Alice Springs P.O. BOX 42 TELEPHONE No. 4 VACUUM OIL PTY. LTD. DEPOT PLAVEL & S...

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Connellan Airways [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

Connellan Airways Fortnightly Air Services Schedules Com mence i ' Wyndham Service July 2, 1G, 30 Aug. 18, 27 Boroloola Service July 11, 25 Aujr. 8, 22 Bit. Irwin Service July 8, 22 Aug. 5, li- Huckitta Service July 9, 23 Aug. 0, 20 Timetables, Fares md Freights, as published in Gor don's Air Guide Alice Springa Book ing Office, same office as, Guinea Air ways, opposite Mc Mahon's Hotel. All freight to be deliv ered to the above jflice before 12 noon on the day prior to commencement of { the service on which ; it is to jjo. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

--. NORTHERN TERRITORY ADMINISTRATION 'i! ' ' * O » Telephone No. 02 ' Animal Industry Division Telegraphic Code 'Chiefvftto/f' ? P.O. Box 8. , ?????' ' .????'??' ALICE SPRINGS. ' .17 July, 1947 Annual Stock Return For Year 1946 Dear Sir, . ' ?' ? , ' Regulation No. !J2 of the Northern Territory Brands Ordinance ' requires Stoekowners to submit a Return of all stock owned by them-.* as at December 31st of the. year in question. I-lereundcr is a consoli dated Return of this data for the year 1940., - tit 'U O- Pi to O JU J/3 'S ??-.-. : o, te ? w . a w o J57 o Victoria River 85529!) 7855 18.'W 2 510 «54 18 Darwin and Gulf 1467.4(i 8204 JU-81 180 274 0-- Barkfy Tablelands »00f-29 5247 128 1185 28 125 18 Alice Springs 1703HS 8718 27877 58(55 8 712 47 278 TOTALS ...... ...... 972990 30019 28005 11914 208 1021 518 290 A. L. ROSE, Chief Veterinary Officer. PIONEER PICTURE THEATRE This popular Picture Theatre which stars only the best in Films, again has its usual bright programme, for ton...

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For the Children THE FROG [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

For the Children BY .JULIA ANNE THE FROG Once upon a time thei-e lived in a pond, a Frog. He was big and green, and very conceited, for he was always boasting about how clever he was at tricking his enem ies, and how he could tell when danger was near. He was not really clever, just lucky, and it was usually some other animal or bird that warned him of coming danger. Now on this pond there also lived a big drake, who loved eating frogs. One day he heard the frog boasting and it made him very angry, because many times he had tried to catch the frog, but the frog had always heard or seen him in time. Now the drake was cunning, so he went to the frog and offei'ed to make friends. 'Dear Froggy,' said he, 'let us v be friends for there is no point in ' our always quarrelling.' 'Well,' said the frog doubt fully, 'we can try, but how do 1 know that this in not a trick.' 'Froggy, I thought you would be able to tell true from false,' said the drake. This hurt the frog's pride, and so he said...

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SCREENING NORTHERN TERRITORY SCENERY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

SCREENING NORTHERN TERRITORY SCENERY On Monday evening a series of interesting films of a trip through the Northern Tei'ritory by road and air were shown at the public school at Alice Springs. The films were generously lent and shown by Mr. D. D. Smith, who is a prominent member of the School Board. To add further interest, films were shown of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester to the Territory, and an aerial trip from Alice Springs to Adelaide, and a scenic trip through New Zealand. The photography, which was ex cellent and in technicolor, showed that the Northern Territory for scenic beauty is equal to anything in Australia. The schoolroom was filled to capacity and we thank Mr. Smith for his interest in local affairs. This sort of thing should and is immensely popular and as sists o,ur young people to realise the value of the Territory in which their lives are cast.

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THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DARWIN [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 26 July 1947

THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DAK WIN — : o : — One of the most beautiful views in. Darwin is the snow white cl ill's as one comes into the harbor from the open sea. It is like a wonderful setting- or gateway to a, magnificent harbor, and we can assure you it is a really fine har bor with its three arms, each of which has something individual of its own in the way of scenery. Lots of real clean sandy beaches, with strong rolling waves, the rich green of the trees, the visions of the bomb-wrecked ships with masts above the water, a warning of what may happen if we aro ever caught unprepared again. The white cliffs symbolises home, and we hope, always safety.

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