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WHERE IS BASIL RILEY? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 August 1927

WHERE IS BASIL RILEY? Riley, the London "Times" corres- pondent is still missing and the search for him is still proceeding and the Chinese have been asked to cooperate._

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
American President Rapid City, U. S. A., Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

American President Rapid City, U. S. A., Thursday. President Cooiidge bas annouced that be will nut be a candidate for the piesidency of the U. S. A. in 1928,

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
PLAGUE OF SNAKES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

PLAGUE OF* SNAKES Recently a Darwin lady trod on a snake which coiled round' her leg' and (bit her on the ankle. In recording the fact a Sydney paper headedi the article " Plague of Snakes at Darwin". This week a Darwin business agent received an urgent . telegram from a southern snake ' charmer asking : "Can you supply rock pythons and), other snakes. 'State sizes." Reply : "Can supply rock pythons nine to fifteen feet long. How .many you want ?" Reply : "Two hundred wanted,. Send sample of ten, first boat." Evidently the snake charmer thinks all' you have to do ïs ju¡st walk along Cavenagh Street and gather up var ous kinds of s.nakes by the dozen There are plenty of snakes in the grass near the 2% Mile but they are not very beautiful] and wouldn't fetch much at auction.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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173 Miles an Hour [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

173 Miles an Hour Cap'ain Broad flew from London to Nottingham in a Havilland "Tiger" moth in 39 minute 51 second* at- a speed of 173 miles an hour The rn_ ting of the engine is 35 bor-epower

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New-Way of Smnggling Opium [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

New-Way of Smuggling Opium The discovery of a Chinese clog at Fremantle, scooped out for opium smuggling, revealed holes in the thick wooden sole and heel, each hole being concealed ingeniously with thin pieces of wood utting exactly the "rim of the cavity- Tbe, heads of three screws which held each cover in position showed signs of much wear. There was a two ounce tin of opium in each hole. A Chinnmun wearing ¡wo clogs could remove from the vessel £12 worth of opium every time he passed down the gangway.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
General Telegrams. ENSURING DISTRESS MESSAGE RECEIPT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

ijMtanMksaHM General Telegrams. ./ u»« J.C. Mfl^iHWI ENSURING DISTRESS MESSAGE RECEIPT An important change in the world wide use of the ''S O S" signal for shipping .has been sanctioned by the the Board of Trade whereby the call in fumre will be preceded by three long dashes of four seconds duration. Tbi« is the outcome of an invention which automatically receives the dash- es and rings an alarm bell, and &o summons the operator to take the disfciT«s message.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

H. 5NELL & COY Builders and Contractors Saw and Joinery MU s Large ¡stocks of limber, Joiniy «.$ Building Materials all descriptions always on hand. Anything from ii packing case to a ready cm Home. Plans and estimates free. PHONE 48. BOX 74 DA11WIN Loie tere Xuu&c \$*i For deliéhtful accompaniments as well as for Solo wod» ,0 -Exquisite Grands and Upright Models - are Supreme Their tone quality, clear responsive action, and workmanship ensure this Write today fop Price-list and Catalogue EASY TERMS ARRANGED WH Palin 6 &fn T tA S6*88 Queen Sirtet- Brisbane t XX» XdJLlllg W V_AJ< JLfLU.., And at Toowoomba loWiuwll Roclcl .mpton "QUALITY" OUR KEYNOTE SI N C E 1853 Y1 wmum nigBgEawngggmBBssiS«^^ US Ë THIS SADDLE is absolute ly one of the Best and Cheapes Saddles offei ed to the man on the land that will give solid wear Practically new-ne vu been used. Just a5 you see by illusticitiou - mounted ^\irh ron, Colonial Leatlie, and english i*irtu. Only ¿S4 ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

GOVERNMENT GAZETTJù Toe following matters are adver- tised in this issue of the Government Gazette-Pastoral lands open in Al- ice Springs district; Govt. Resident to have status of Lieut. Governor; tenders for stringybark timber; din- go tax fixed at 2d per square mile; dingo scalps to be paid for at 7/6 eachjL.H. A. Giles appointed J. P.; tote for Darwin races; Town Coun- cil Assessments; Mining leases for fieted at Coronet Hill.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

aaaiMai!gaj.HitaMgcrH-rB«MWK7\yBri By this Brand Shall you know them The Famous "Standard" 74 ¡din mperors A hard day in the saddle deserves more than ordinary comfort for your feet The "Standard" 74's answer every demand For the men of the Worthern Terri- tory there is no other Hiding Emperor rtfT¿¿£i go good or " service ' Tour local storekeeper can tell you about them. Tliov're iust wonderful, liy a pair next time . } J i a m W H Coy., Límite a Solei Manufacturers i ií'á .it S! S« ^^"^reswarwres^^ Cheer up cid enan ! ,rv-\ Adams ?& Foster stock A Jazz Record wil cure it ! » and they get Net Machines and Freshv Records by Every Steamer. is the best machine in the larheMo-day Sweet in tone -+ NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY 1. TRIAL HANDICAP 5 furs. £15. Second Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley Dred horses only. For horses that have not received more than £15 from any one race 9st min. Nom. 15/-....

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Raliway Connecting Broken Hill And Sydney Open Soon Sybney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

Raliway Connecting Broken Hill And Sydney Open Soon Öybney, 'thursday The íailvuiy which will connect Bioken Hill with Sydney will be opened for traffic at the end of the month. The line will be the second longest in the State and will ti av- erse about 700 miles of countíy and it is estimated the distance will be covered iu 30 houis. The line will open upa large area of valuable country.

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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB No 2 Club Competition 1st Stage at 600 yards; Jolly & Co's Cup 5th Stage at 700 yards August 7th, 1927 HANDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB No 2 Club Competition 1st Stage at 600 yards; Jolly & Go's Cup 5th Stage ni 700 yards Aitfjust 7th, 1927 HANDICAPS F French 1; -C E Lemmeii J Cooper A Sawtell M B Todd W Nuttali. R French E Coote 2; R Atkinson K Clarke W Watson 3; A Morris 4; G Seale R Parker H Ellen A Crorar G; W Harmer W Murray H Sutherland E Munro W J Jones 9; T Redfern 10 V Lichfield Jr, J Taylor R Co: 1: :i; W Gordon F G Long D Gordon 12.

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RAFFLES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

RAFFLES Screening at Don Cinema, the Jew- el feature "Raffles.", The Amateur Cracksman. From the works of Er- nest Willie.m Hornung and| Eugene W Presvbrcy. Big supporting cast. House Peters, Miss Dupont, Hedda Hopper, Frederick Esmelton, Walter Long, Winter Hall, Kate Lester, Freeman Wood, Roland Bottomley, Lillian Langdon, Robert Bolder. The slickest, most polished, gentleman crook whose activities ever make youi îv'n'1 ' "v^'vi; in >i w-., v;-.-w f mys'^^y. You'll experience an un us.v.al cmoticn of constantly cheer- ing fo.* the fascinaiing cracksman to come out on top. House Peters is at his magnificent best in this role. Comedy, two parts, "Kicked About'* starring Eddy Gordon. Book reser vations at Adams anti Fosters.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

The V ., Pty., Ltd Having established a DEPOT AT DARWIN, Have now for Sale Plume Motor Spirit Voco Petrol (A Cheaper fue! specially recommended for Lorries) Voco Power Kerosene Laurel Kerosene Cargoyle, Mobiloils and Grease Plume speciaily selected and used by the Royal Australian Air Force. Prices and Particulars from : E. Ä^ent for N.A.

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Farewell To Rev. S. Jarvis [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

Farewell To Rev. S. Jarvis A very pleasant gathering at the Methodist Chut ch, characteristic of this denomination where all are made welcome and at their ease, assembled Wednesday evening to bid the Rev. Stanley Jarvis bon voya«e, prior to his departure south; Col Weddell being chairman for the occasion. The evening commenced by einging the doxology, after which Air Muller in a few wotds introduced the chair- man, Col. Weddoll. Col. Weddeii said the object ol iho meeting was to rendir ht-nour to their guest, the Rev. Sta> ley Jaivis, and to wish him "Bon Voyage" .ni« a safe rbturii. Mr Jams was well known throughout Australia us a proache.», lecturer, and missionary. Not only had he experience i-f the church work in the sou'h, bur be had been a suc- cessful missionary in Fiji for many years. Four years ago the Methodist Missionary Society decided to take over the P.irwin area and work it in conjunction with the Aborigine Mi- sions and desiring a man with experi- ence of white an...

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ADVISORY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

ADVISORY COUNCIL Mr Jas. McAdam, of Katherine, is mentioned as a likely candidate for a seat on the Advisory Council. Mr W T Pearce, of Marranboy, will also be a candidate. Both these gentlemen are well ac- quainted with the .needs of the pas-' toral and mining industries, and, both* are well known ip the sub-division of Batchelor.

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POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

POLICE COURT o The case of Stretton v. Leo, ad- journed from J,uly 26, carne before K Copley Playford Esq S M on Wed- nesday. Mr H S Gil'es, Piotector of Abo. uv'valü appoarec1 for the accus- er. Sgt Stretton said accused had been employed: by Mrs Fanny Eliza Bell, of Mitchell St as household, help, and as such had access to her bed- room. A ring kept1 by her in a trin ket ibasket in a drawer was missed ;:nd reported to the police. Enquir ics were made and accused arrested on the present charge. Mrs Fanny Eliza Bell said she finst noticed the ring was missing cn 15th July. Accused: had been enr ployed by her for about 12 months and hal access to her bedroom lor cleaning it every morning and sciub bung it out every week. Accused had1 no permission to take the ring which witness valued at £3. Don, an aboriginal, said accused gave him the ring. He played cards and Nipper won the ring and took it Nipper said" he won the ring by cards from Don and! lost it by the . same means to Banana. ...

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NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES [?]. MALABAR. From Eastern Ports [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

FíCTICE TO CONSSENEE3 «i.V. [i?AL<i?ï£.tv. From Eastern Ports Consignees are horeby notified tha. «11 cargo ex m.v. Malabar will be de- livered by the vessel at the Railway Wharf Darwin. The Ship's responsibility ends when the Cargo is clear of the Ship's tack'e and delivery so far as '¿he ship is concerned will ne deemed to have been taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. All Bills of Lading must I. .> pro- duced and surrendered at the office of the undersigned, all freight and charges paid, and delivery order ob- tained, and no claims against the Ship will be recognised unless 'odeeel V/ITHÏN SEVEN DAYS from the «late of the Steamer's arrival. A. E. JOLLY & CO., 4GENTS.

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NORTH AUSTRALIA MEDICAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

NORTH AUSTRALIA MEDICAL SOCIETY The promoters notify the public that this Society has been organised on lines of business efficiency and economy. After consultation i he following scale of annual dues has been determined upon : Married couples and families £4/4/0 (Boys to 15 and Girls to 17) Single men £2/2/0 Spinsters £1/1/0 Widows, with or without families as ' above £1/1/0 Eues may be paid half yearly. Dues must be paid in advance. .- ny officer of the society is empowered to collect dues. Official receipts will in a'l cases be issued by the ceci et nry. J. II. BROGAN President A. H. CALLANAN lion See.

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CORRESPONDENCE The Wonderful Town Council [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

The Wonderful Town Council Darwin residents üiould be thank- ful for ihe m my acts of wisdom, of ti e new council- We may now cross the streets without fuir-'here will not in future he ihe grear number of deaths and accidents caused in the past* hy reckless motorists- Oh ye wonderful silent cop;! The Town Clerk will he able to crop's the streets in safetv when poing in the direction of the Victoria and Club lio'els where his many duties take him. What, beati'ifnl stree»s we now have and what a pietty sight, those patches make! Is it uofc wiser io expend ratepayers' money in silent cops and m lyoral allowance than put the sire«'s in reasonably good order ? Now Mr Mayor, will you please set off portion of the streets as safety zones ? It will only cost a feir bob out of 'be extra tif'y pounds you are getting dom the ratepayers. Consider how many Hw* would he saved by such action. As things are at present what protection is there for the natives' dogs ? Sim-ly you will give them some c...

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HEENZO INTRODUCES A WONDERFUL TONIC [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

HEENZO INTRODUCES A WONDERFUL TONIC The reputation of the chemists who make HEENZO, the famous couch mixture, is behind the claim that money cannot buy a botter tonic than HEAN'S TONIC* NERVE NUTS for enriching the blood nourishing the nerves and restoring the physical energy and nerve force of people whi are run down, nervy neurotic or ?.na?mic through overwork, worry, exhausted nerves or poorness of Wood Start today on the road to good health by taking HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS-they cost only 3s. per box.-2

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