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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB A E Jolly & Co's Cup 3rd & 4th stages July 31st 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB -o A E Jolly & Co's Cup 3rd & 4th stages July 31st 1927 500 yds 600 yds A Sawtell 34 3 35 34 3 35 A Morris 31 6 35 31 6 33 W Watson' 34 6 35 28 6 S4 F French 33 1 34 33 1 34 J Cooper 34 2 35 31 2 33 K Clark 30 4 34 29 4 33 R French 3a 2 35 30 2 d2 R Atkinson 34 3 35 29 3 22 W Nuttall 30 2 32 32 2 34 G Seale ¿7 6 33 27 6 33 M BToddt' ; 32 Ê 34 30 2 32 E. Coote '27 3 30*35 3 35 C E Lemmen ,33 2 35 27 2 ;9 A Orerar 22 7 29 26 7 ¿3 W J Jones 21 8 29 20 8 28 V Litchfield Jr 23 12 35 10 12 22 H Sutherland 21 7 28 20 7 27 E Munro 20 6 26 20 6 26 *E Coote shot.a possible of 7 con- secutive bulls and wins an engraved spoon. No 2 Club Competition 1st Stage ? at 600 yards; Jolly & Co's Cup 5th Stage at 700 yard* August 7th, 1927 HANDICAPS F French 1; C E'Lemmen J Cooper A Sawtell M B Todd W Nuttal!. R French E Coote 2; R Atkinson K Clarke W Watson 3; A Morris 4; G Seale R Parker H Ellen A Crorar 6; W Harmer W Murray H Sulherhind E Munro W J Jones 9; T ...

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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RISE IN WAGES MEANS RISE IN CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

RISE IN WAGES MEANS RISE IN CHARGES _ The Caterers and Restaurants A&so ciation has decided that after August ¿, the patrons of cafes will have to pay a service charge of one penny above the cost of meals. "An increase of 3/6 a week in the wages of women employee in the cafes and a levy of 8 per cent for family endowment on the total wages bills had brought the increase to'about ll'per cent on the wages oills of such cafes.

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

TERMINUS and CLUB HOTELS -o STUDY LOCAL INDUSTRY and send your orders for WINES, BEERS AND SPIRITS -to J. J. PARER .CLUB AND TERMINUS HOTELS DARWDf We pay Special Attention to count i y oi'der*- and for which we COM "quote , SPECIAL PRICES BOARD Sz LCD- >NG iioi - £2 5s. i rompt Delivery. Ad the Best Brands kept. Sufficient Ad.dress : PARER, Darwin. Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent boarders Breakfast from 6.30 a m to 9 a ni Lunch, 12 noon to 2 p m. Dinner, 5 to 8 p m Youl get satisfaction when you dine at the Australian Cafe, because we aim. at giving satisfaction, and our cook is a most sklful artist chef. GEE FONG MM Proprietor Shing JLep & Co TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge ments, Local postcards. Films or plates developed and printed for amateurs. All work executed by return post. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cafe. P O Box 77'. Gee Fong ling & Co. ?Proprietors Note Our Netw Address NEXT TO ADAMS & FOSTER ...

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

JOB FRIftTIFJ® of all kinds neatly executed at N.T. Times Office.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL TOURNAMENTS, SEASON 1927 CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL TOURNAMENTS, SEASON 1927 CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Now that the handicap events r.'e nearly finished, players arc aske.l 'o notice that entities are now ca !«<!. for the championship events naniidy: Mens Singles Championship (Pa.vip Cup) Championship of Championship of Men's Doubles North Australia. Mixed Doubles North Australia. The entrance fees are : Men's Singles... .5/- per player Men's Doubles-10/- per pair Mixed Doubles... .7/6 per paid Providing there are sufficiant entries in the Parap Cup (12 entrie«; Mr Naylor is giving a trophy f< r what is known as the plate. The only ones eligible to play oí! for this trophy are those who have been eliminated in the first and second rounds of the Parap Cup. Nominations for the above evo.^s will close on August 9th, and play will commence on August 15th. Ground fees will be the same ;<s in handicap events. Players are also requested to notice that they must provide -....

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TRANSVAAL TRAINS COLLIDE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

TRANSVAAL TRAINS COLLIDE Two Europeans and 83 natives were killed and scores injured in a collision between a mail tr<>in aud á goods train on Monday in the Transvaal. The terrific impact caused the engines to interlock and telescoped the carriages. A batch of convicts refused the chance to escape and peifo* Died splendid rep cue work, which was conbucted iu darkness and sleet. Many of the in- jured died from exporure.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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PALMERSTON V WANDERERS Wandere[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

PALMERSTON V WANDERERS Wanderen Matthews c & b Leak O McMillan b Leak 8 Wrigley b Leak O Pott b Leak 14 French b Olsen 0 Flynn c & .b Olsen tí Blair c Moyes b Leak 1 Brown b Leak 6 Morris b] Olsen 4 Morey b Leak. 7 Don not out " 16 Byee 5 70 Leak 7 for 34, Olsen 3 for 31 Palmerston Leak b Flynn ? Jacobs run out l8 Toothill b McMillan ?8 Allen c Pott b Flynn 1 Olsen b Don 34 Lampe retired 313 Giles b McMillan 3 Moyes c Don b McMillan 2 Gow c Morey ,b Pott 29 Thomas absent 0 Robins not out 6 Byes i? 217 Flynn 2 for 47, McMillan 3 for 54, Don 1 for 49, Pott 1 for 19, Wrigley 0 for 17, Morris 0 for l8, Moey 0 for 24.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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FASCIST CHARTER OF LABOUR [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

FASCIST CHARTER OF LABOUR Widespread iuteiest is aroused at Oremoi a in the first collective con- tract uuder the Fascist Oban er of Labeur whiyh is henceforth to b« Üv> basis of Lal our 'Va'in g throughout Tt¡iTy Kmplo\fji . u n vii i k<Mi >o worl.m»" *-i\ ''i\^ . .1 ii VU ii i i on fnl i>r". Y\ ni ' m» :n »'. i. i f '..(, '' ' n 1. . in ' \> \ 'v !. - , . i . i". In < ' , * i ('if t ' " »'"'; 1 > « ? if o MiilCli.-itlMi. if tha 1 f'i'l-, i {.¡.IM¿;_ cml tnbnn;il willdtal wnh tr-e matter, with n final resort to the Fascist Li hourJudica'y vhose decision will be absolute.

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PRESENTATION CUP ON VIEW [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

PRESENTATION CUP ON VIEW The sterling silver rup presented iby Mrs Christina Gordon for the ii:»r wi.ru Cup, 11 furlongs race, is ,now n view at the Victoria Hotel..

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MR BRUCE ON WHITE AUSTRALIA POLICY A CHALENGE TO THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

MR BRUCE ON WHITE AUSTRALIA FOLICY A CMALENGE TO THE W0RL3 Ppe king at he civic reception ut Rockhampton on Qnturday the Prime Minipior, (Mr Bruce), issued a warn ins; i har the Whi'e« Ans'ralia Policy met wi-h no s\ nipa I hy except- in Ausbaün, He saii that even the Labor Party in Gteat Britain decían d it a selfish policy. In maintaining it Australia b,.d fluno: cut a challenge to the world. Mr Bruce declared that but for «he fact that Australia was known as a part of the British Em- pire, the challenge would have been tnkf-n up. The protection of (be Brit- ish Navy, therefore, w«s vital to the Commonwealth Every Australian fhould wyitch with keen in'erest the proceedings at the Disarmament Con- ference at Geneva,

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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BON VOYAGE TO THE REV STANLEY JARVIS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

BON VOYAGE TO THE REV STANLEY JARVIS A pleasant function was held! on Monday evening at the Residency, kind,ly .mai e available by His Ho.ior the Govt. Resident, Gol. Wendell, to the officers of the Victoria League to bidj 'bon voyage' to the Rev. Stan ley Jarvis who leaves by the Mali1 Dar for the South. Vocal and instrunnn tal items were contributer by Col. Weddell, Mr Peel and Mr Michel]. An opportunity was affonded Mr L H A Giles and Dr Leighton Jones, Vice Presidents of the League, to wish the guest of the evening well earned holiday, which they did in WiV.l chosen terms. Mr Jarvis suitably re,.po::¿ed and expressed apprêta tion of the courtesy andi honour e/. ter.died to him that evening by h\s co officers. Dainty retreshments, :v - ranged! by the ladies, terminated a most enjoyable evening.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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Farewell Sermon by Rev. S. Jarvis [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

Farewell Sermon by Rev. S. Jarvis Last Sunday night at the Methodist Church, the Rev. Stanley Jarvis preached his last sermon for a while -ra Darwin before going south, where be wdl spend some time lecturing in various centres. Taking for his text from Isaiah "Tby tacklings are loosed", the prea- cher likened the Jewish nation to an unseawonhy vessel that could not make any progress, but would drift" with the tides The simile being:-' The need of lines to strengthen the mast, so that the sail could be spread with safety that the vessel may make ! progress This may be regarded as typical of human life, Th« preacher said that there were three essentials in man's spiritual life, without' which there could not be any progress, They may be described as-(l)tbe Force of Prayer, (2) the Power of Love, and (3) the Factor of Trust. When the lines of Prayer, Love, and Trust, were braced and made tam. then the vesrel would be able to voyage safely on the Sea of Life; on the other hand, when the...

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GLOOMY OUTLOOK FOR DISARMAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

GLOOMY OUTLOOK FOR DISARM- AMENT It, is expected that to-day's plenary pitting of the Colidge Naval Confer- ence (provided it takes place) will wit .ne^ Us fe'minntion and no agreement will be reach--d. The effort will be disastrous, probably involving a post- ponement of the Leagues effarts for disarmament.

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BENEFIT TO A JENNINGS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

BENEFIT TO A JENNINGS The picture show night tendered to A Jennings, of HMAS Sydney, was a great success. A large mumber of friends attended] to show theifl sympathy for the lad. The receipts from picture entertainment and sale of sweets and cakes will help to swell the funds greatly. The sweets which were soldi during the evening were made by Mrs Arnold and Miss O'Leary and ably assisted in the sell ing of same by Miss Tindill. Cakes were kindy «donated by Mrs Young, senr. Mrs Pearce, Mrs Osborne, Mrs Mjrs Jas. Belli and Mrs Clark, Oystea' patties sweets and cakes Don Pic- tures. Baske of Rose Mrs Arnold, sweets Mrs O'Leary. During +ne evening an excellent programme of the Katest music was rendered ¡by Messrs Arnold, Parer and Butchart, which was greatly appreciated by the audience and added, greatly to thiq night's entertainment. At the interval George Wedd in his usual breezy manner disposed of the cakes and basket of roses by puolic auction, and all being for the cause realised ...

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

Commonwealth of Australia ? '"O' Federal, North and Central Australian Income Tax. For Twelve Months ended 30th June, 1927. All persons receiving £200 gross income including keep allowed by employers must lodge returns on or before HT*August 31 st., 1 927.~WI Penalty for Neglect £100. Forms obtainable at all Post Offices, Police Stations and Banks. A. (J. WALL, Deputy Commissioner of Taxation. NOTICE. I the undersigned herewith notify the public in general that all per- sons found driving or interfering with stock on the Pastoral leases No 2139 & 1928 known as Esmeralda without authority from me or with- out giving notice according to t-ie ordinance will be prosecuted withou» respect to persons. G. STEVENS. NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties v,wned by Yat Loong 're warned thui le^al pro.cedings will be taken against ofrenden:. Notice is also given '.nat the lane between the D;uwin Cafe and the Chinese School leading to the rear of shops in Cavan igh Street, ...

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General Telegrams. TEN THOUSAND CHINES DROWNED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

j General Telegram«, j TEN THOUSAND CHINES DROWNED Ten thousand natives have been dcowned aud crop losses, estimated at five million dollars, have heeo caused by floods at Chang Chow Fu io Fukien Provence. After several weeks rain the accumulated water burst out with grear force and thundered down the moui'tain side to what are now inun- dated villages.

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POLICE COURT Alleged Criminal Libel [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

POLICE COURT Alleged Criminal Libel The case in which Mounted Con- stable Clapp, of Marranboy, sued   Donald McKinnon, editor of the Northern Standard, for alleged criminal libel, came before the Dar- win Police Court to-day. Mr Braham appeared to prosecute Mr Barratt for the defence. Evidence was given by M C Clapp and Sisters Jansen and Button in denial of the statement that they had been abandoned by the Cons-   table.         No evidence was given in defence   and defendant was committed for trial. Bail was allowed in usual securities A full report of this case will ap- pear in next issue

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BOTTOMLEY OUT OF GAOL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

BOTTOMLEY OUT OF GAOL Horatio Bottomley was unexpec- tedly relented from Maidstone gaol where be has been servio«? a term of 'impnsorment for fraud. It was not anticipated that be would be rpleased until August 7. Botromley himself knew nothing about it until six o'clock in the morning wheu the Governor's Clerk ent< red his cell and said, '«Yon are going home to-day".  

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

China and the Hâtions. (Tiy Wong Ching Wai.) The author is a prominent Kuo Ming Tang leader. The chief value of the hook is that it sots out vi'Vy cleirly what the Chinese NutionaMsts think of the treaty posit ons of foreign in ti on s in China, and what their future aims are. According to ihe writer, it isa fact that the Kuo Minar Tanti has a prog ra ni me ihat distinguishes it from other factions, and Irakers iu China, wlmce aims are purely personal; and who represent, no one hut themselves. He claims that the fact that the great major ty of the Chinese do not appear to care very much one way or the other should not be too much insisted on-the same portion existed in Russia at the beginning ol'the TSol-dievic revolution, when the great ma-s of the peop'e were promised something definite and material, i e., the land. The writer assumes that the rights enj «yed by foreigners in China aro the cause of the internal difficulties in that country. If the tieaties could be wiped off the s...

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MARRANBOY MINERAL FIELD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

MARRAKBOY MINERAL FIELD Marranboy is proving to be a min- eral field of exceptionally large dimensions. Its panhanency and stanniferous wealth are qualified! by its parental rock system the 'Tie Cambrian" whieh is known to De the most prolific metal carrier in historical geology. This belt of tin bearing country is now know* to be'30 miles long by about 20 miles ? wide, and to be a continuation of itoe Hidden Vail*>y and other mineral fields in line. Immenst (bodies of ora havo Dom tro at Cid at the Government battery for the pt»sL twelve years with :m approximate average of 2 per ^.eut per ton on all ore treated up to dare The formations worked vary from a few inches iup to ?6 feet. Recently a new line of '-.ode has been found by a prospector named Killeen an which he has pegged a claim *hnd a«- the time of my visit had about 10 coi.s of stone at ¿"rass which he estimated, to be worth 4 per cent. It is sit- uated 3 miles south of the battery and can be traced for a few milos wit...

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