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G. N. 174/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

G. N. 174/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION. APPLICATIONS are invited from licensed surveyor for the position of Staff Surveyor. Applicants should be experience! in the higher Hasses of surveying, in- cluding standamd traverse and trian- gulation surveys and the ide termina- tion off latitude and longitude by rig- orous observations, and be capable of making all calculations in connexion therewith. The conditions of appointment aro set out un section 14 of the Northern Australia Act 1926 and) the regula- tions prescribed thereunder. Ali other tilings being equal pref- erence will be given to returned soldiers. Salajry at the rate of £550 per wf> num, maximum £650 per annum, with field allowance of 16s. 6d. per day, reducing to camp allowance of 8s. per day under certain |onditions. Applications containing full par- ticulars as to age, training qualifica- tions, experience, &c, accompanied by copies, only of testimonials; ara to be posted so as to reach the undfi' signed not l...

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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G[?] 1[?]/[?]7 NORTH AUSTRALIA Department of Health BUBONIC PLAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

G» HW/17 NORTH AUSTRALIA Department of Heeîtè BUBONIC PLAGUE It is notified for Public Informât ion that the Rat Exclusion and Re duction Regulations impose upon the owner or occupier the responsibility of keeping his premises free from rats. (a) By careful disposal of waste food in Rat proof containers. (b) By removing litter, and other rat shelter. (c) By repairing and proofing drains, and protecting other potential Rat harborage. (d) By poisoning, trapping, and the use of Rat killing dogs. Officers of the Health Department have been instructed to see that Äeee regulations are duly observed, a»d breaches will be followed by prosecution-Penalty £50. It is necessary that all rats caught or found dead, in the town of Darwin be submitted for examination by the Health Officer and in order to facili tate this work, a Rat gang, in charge of an officer of the Health Depart ment, will visit all premises regular iy. Occupiers are requested to render the gangs every reasonable assist ance. I...

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GN 180/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAY TENDERS FOR STRINGYBARK [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

GN 180/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAY TENDERS FOR STRINGYBARK TENDERS are invited, for the supply of stringybark on truck« .>t sidings or at the Locomotive Shops at the 2% Mile as follows : 34 pieces 17 feet in length 34 " 16 " " " 34 " 12 " " " 34 " 11 ' " " These timbers are to be eight inches at small end, clear of .-..,TJ, sound, free from large knots and from pipe and the bark is to be left on them. Delivery of one third of each fcize to bo made within one .month ox ac- ceptance of tender and of balance within two months thereafter. . Tenders close at 9 a m on Mon .lay 22nd August, 1927. Lowest or any tender not necessar- ily accepted. J. H. MILLICAN Manager Darwin, 29th *tfy, 1927.

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Vesuvius—Awe Inspiring Spectacle [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

Vesuvius-Awe Inspiring Spectacle Vesuvius was in violent eruption lasr Friday A cone burst, emitting a stream of incandescent lava which burnt "he s'eps leading into the crater and engulfed m in y of the observa* nry inotmments The cone is now sub - siding. Vesuvius continues in n most pio furef-'que mood. Thailands of fonris's are proceeding lo Naples. Severn I incoming ocean liners standing out in fbn h"' n'*p "ff-"-/^^ VÎT*« G "«-or * a splendid opportunity at nicht time to see the summit with ma«nificenfc long tíñanos o' fl.iine issuing from it. Sisbtceers arp still allowed within 200 yarde of 'be roaring crater from which red In va is being ejected in a molten strpnm 15 yards wide which is moving at the rate of three yards a second, and rapidly filling the hollow round cono which at^present precludes it from issuing f'om the ssides of the moun'ain and pouring nn the villages below. The beat is excessive render- ing sleep impossible in houses nearest the volcano. Scores of irers...

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Money in Peanuts [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

Money in Peanuts Bv the s.s Malabar, to-morrow, tlipie are being shipped appro-dmate lv 17 ' ons of peanuts grown in up country districts. The greater piH of this shipment comes from Mr G Chardon'« selection near the Kather River, and the nuts grown by him are very large and of excellent qualitv The nuts being, shipped have been sold by the Agricultural Dept on behalf of Mr Churdón and others at rates varying between £65 and ¡680 per ton. The prosperity of a country is gauged, not bv the money being spent in it, but by the value of its expoits, and the present shipment, uf peann s being the largest of its kind to date, is one of the most cheering indica- tions of possible prosperity in this end of North Australia that has come to our notice for some tiraet

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

THE Darwin Woodworking Co Builders, Contractors and General Woodworkers All classes of building at i easonablecost Goodworkmanship guarateed Cabinet making and joinery a speciality ~ "Plans and specifications prepared. Estimates free ALL CLASSES OF BUILDING MATERIALS FOR SALE AT LOWEST ' PRI CES We build boats any size from a small dinghy up E. A. MANOLIOS Manager Telephone No. 81 Address-Corner of Cavenagh and Daly Streets. Darwin. P.O.Box 52 Support Local Industries Salt. Salt. Salt. The product of theDarwin Salt Company is exclusively used* by the largest consumers of Salt in the Northern Territory, and is pronounced;toffibe equal to the best imported. Its use effects a Direct Saving. Supplied in lots of from one bag'to 100 tons THE DARWIN SALTWORKS BOX 58, DARWIN" Burns, Philp, Line of Steamers NEW STEAMS: irs THE FINE "Marella" FOR SINGAPORE. ABOUT AUGUST 13 _)ffl Trading Reculaily between SYDNEY und SINO \PORE and calling t PORT DARWIN each way alabar1,' FROM SINGAPORE ,*. ABO...

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

Freshen Up with -Cooling, delicious and bénéficiai. ^ DaDDDrjD^naDoaaaDaag Car for Hire I Jim Young. Propt. Repairs Well Done, g Ford Spares Stocked g Phone 145. ?DDDnDDDnDnODPaDDDDng HORSE RUGS AU lengths same price Heavy Jute 17/-. Best Navy Canvas 24/-. Heavy Khaki 37/6. ' COLEMAN LAMPS AND LANT- ERNS.-300 candle power, now com- pletely insect proof.-both 65/ GALVANISED IRON.-Best qual- ity British Crown 26g. £27/15/- or ii booked month ahead £26/15/- ton. POWER KEROSENE-Venus 12/6 per case. LINSEED OIL.-Australian 4 gal. tins Raw 4/9, and Boiled 4/11 per gallon. B & S imported in 5 galt drums, 6d. per gallon extra. WHITELEAD.-Champions* Gen uine 18/- per 28 lb keg. Australian Special 14/- per 281b keg. PAINTS.-15/6 and 21/- per gallon Write for cofcur cards. Now is t'b« season to paint. ROOM HEATERS.-Kerosene from 30/- each. WIRE NETTING.-2 x 19" in 5G yard rolls. 24" 8/6, 30" 11/6, 48" 15/6. 60" 19/6, 72" 23/-, all] less 10 pel, cent. THIS MONTH FOR CASH WITfl ORDER-we ...

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POLIGE COURT Alleged Criminal Libel [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

POLIGE COURT Alleged Criminal LHieî The caso in which Mounted Ccr sIable Clapp, of Marrnnboy, ¡..?u<i Donald McKinnon, editor of tne Northern Standard, for allegro criminal H'bel, came befoie tie P'.' win Police Court on Tuesday. Mr Braham, appeared to prosecute Mr Barratt for the defence John Alfred Porter, joiurna'i-j.-, -f Darwin, sakli he knew d.efenclan'; , s publisher of the Northern Stan :.-<r I publishod at Darwin. The pa.»-, r circulated throughout the Norlnein Temitory and the soulhern capital cities. The copy obtained dated ISr.n of January 1927 was purchased by him from Joe Roberts who is age.it for the Standard.. The article 1>QIA ed M C Clapp refers to cona'.ib'e Clapp who is or was stationei at Marranboy. Arthur Robinson Clapp, mounted constable, on 18th January last, now a member of the North AusttOiia Police Force, said I was a memoer of N T Police Force from Sept. 15, 1925. I a,m the informant. I tnok over Marranboy Police Force n December ...

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OVERLANDERS FROM ADELAIDE ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 August 1927

OVERLANDERS FROM ADELAIDE ARRIVE Mr Norman Claxton, member of Adelade Stock Exchange, with Mr D B Rowley, Mr J. Jackman and Mr W Clarke, arrived in town from Katherine on Tuesday's train. They had toured thro,ugh to North Aus- tralia i,n two cars a Nash and Over- land-Whippet, commencing their journey on June 21. Being interested in various mining companies in South Australia they have viewed the Northern Territory from the standpoint of investors of capital and as agents able to influence capital in promising fields of devel- opment. They spent a day at Tennants Creek looking over a claim which is now under option to an Adelaide Company and which has excellent surface in- dications. Their casual impression < f the country through which they passed is that it has every indicat- ion of mineral wealth awaiting de- velopment . Questioned! as to the probable reasons for the neglect of the Territoiy by capital for so long, thej point out that the Territory has ac- quired-right...

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

Clearance Ladies' . To make room for new stocks, we intend sacri- ficing about 200 pairs of Fêrst Grade Footwear Usually priced at from 25s to 38s 6d Prices now to clear 6s 11d and 10s Gd Call and Inspect. A The Eastern Cafe A LONG FELT WANT AT LAST SUPPLIED NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! DELICIOUS SWEET MEATS OF THE KIND NOT SEEN IN DARWIN. RING UP TELEPHONE N0. 94, AND ORDER DELICIOUS HOT PIES. TEA, COFFEE & COCOA AND ALL KINDS OF ICED DRINKS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. HAM & EGG OR STEAK & EGG ALWAYS ON DAY OR NIGHT. MORNING OR AFTERNOON TEA SERVED IN OUR INIMITABLE STYLE. HANDSOME NEW STORY BUILDING, WELL LIGHTED AND FURNISHED. MRS. J. LEE, Proprietress, Cavanagh St. miss FRAFMCESCA BLEESER SMITH STREET, DARWIN. Irriported Handworked Goods Em- broidered Linen, Bridge Sets, Tray Cloths, Pongo Silk Goods, Grass Lawn, Silk Stockings, Chinese Shoes, Handkerchiefs. Arcnt for a'I sporting goods. Ten- nis racruets and balls supplied at southern prices. A limited ...

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BIRTLES ABANDONS OVERLAND JOURNEY HOPE EXPLORE LEAST KNOWN NORTHERN TERRITORY London Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

BIRTLES ABANDONS OVERLAND JOURNEY HOPE EXPLORE LEAST KNOWN NORTHERN TERRITORY London Monday Ellis and Birtles have abandoned their attempt to motor overland to Australia on account of having met with ti-ouibles in Turkey and, con- tiguous countries. Birtles has re- turned to London and hopes to or- ganise a scientific expedition to travel the least known parts of the Northern Territory accompanied by an Anthopologi'st, a Geologist and a Commercial Chemist.

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NEW SOUTH WALES LABOUR COUNCIL ADVOCATES WITHDRAWAL FROM ARBITRATION COURT Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

NEW SOUTH WALES LABOUR COUNCIL ADVOCATES WITHDRAWAL FROM ARBITRATION COURT Sydney, Friday The NSW Trades and Labour Council carried a resolution advocat ing a "Complete Break" with the Federal Arbitration-Court and trans ference by unions of a fight against piecework to the industriall field.. The resolution set out that the Council saw in the injunction im- posed hy Judge Drake Brockman on the engineers, an attempt to smash the opposition of unions to piece- work, by imposing heavy financial penalties. The Council! declared that the injuction completely justified its anti-arbitration policy and that the present was an opportune time for withdrawal! from the Arbitration Court.

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GENEVA DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE Geneva, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

GENEVA DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE Geneva, Friday When the plenary session of the disarmament Conference met on Thursday afternoon Hugh Gibson announced that the USA was un ablte to agree to the British pro- posals .

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

ADAIUI & FOSTER. Nm>M asrente & S Winner-! Cav^napr. Street, Dai . win. receive new records every month.

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MARINE COURT ON SYDNEY HARBOUR COLLISION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

MARINE COURT ON SYDNEY HARBOUR COLLISION The Marine Court of Enquiry heard* -the evidence regarding the collision in Sydney harbour on June 15, be- tween the steamers Kanimbla and balgowlah in which five people were injured. The Court suspended Capt- ain Parkes' certificate for six months from the date of the collision. Parkes was master of the Kanimbla.

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS MURDERERS TO BE EXECUTED New York, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS MURDERERS TO BE EXECUTED New York, Friday A reprieve has been refused in the cases of the internationally known Commiiunists Nicola Sacco and Bartol omeo Vanzetti. The men Lave lain under sentence of death since the ^original convictian and| the fruitless appeal for the munder of a factory paymaster and; payroill guard during 1920. Their electrocution is fixed to take place on August 11. Public opinion in the USA and throughout1 the world is against the decision and sympathetic protest . strikes are thereatened here and abroad!. The decision came as a complete surprise and was broadcast over the entire world immediately owing to the enormous interest which has been created in the case.

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CENOTAPH CEREMONY HIDDEN UNDER MOUNTAIN OF FLOWERS Sydney Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

CENOTAPH CEREMONY HIDDEN UNDER MOUNTAIN OF FLOWERS Sydney Friday On Monday last the dedication ceremony of the permanent Ceno- taph, comprising a massive granite stone remembrance set on a base of polished granite, which has been erected in Martin Place, Sydney, was performed in the presence of 20,000 people. At one o'clock Prem er Lang delivered a dedicatory speech and Governor Sir Dudley de Chai» laid the first wreath. The Consuls of AlKed Nations, wearing full dress uniform, clustered about this first trihute their own immense wreaths and within a short period of the un draping of the cenotaph the huge altar of stone was hidden under a mountain of flowers.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

j CRICKET, j In the last match of the second round Wanderers defeated Diggers by 58 nuns. Wanderers batting first compiled 178 of which Evans scored 62 not o,ut and Wrigley 33, Young securing most wickets 4 for Sià^ Diggers opened well, Loftes and Young scoring 87 for the first wicket before Loftes was bowled by Morris for 61, Young was caught by Pott oft Parer without any addition tp the score. The next eight wickets added only 33 runs. Morris and Parer se- curing the majority of wickets. Wanderers McMiUian «b Doig 8 Matthews b Loftes 14 Wrigley c Loftes b Young 33 Pott c Ellis b Young l8 Evans not o,u,t 62 Morris c¡ Loftes b Caird 0 Brown c Wison b Young 14 Parer c Chambers b Young 3 Bljair c Caird b Loftes 1 Don b Loftes 2 Mclhltway b Doig 1 Byes l8 Leg Byes 2 No Bails , 2 178 Diggers Young c Pott, -b Parer 21 Loftes b Morris 61 Doig b Patner 4 Hodges b Moms ü Watt b McMillan j . 9 Caiid b Morris 0 Chambers b Paier 6 Ellis c Brown b Parer; 0 Wilson c Mcliivray b Morris 0 Weddell)...

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DISTEMPER ANTITOXIN Paris Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

DISTEMPER ANTITOXIN Paris Tuesday Dr Le Bailly, Director of the Pathological Laboratory at Coen has discovered an antitoxin for juv- enile canine distemper. He claims it gives a complete immunity to dlogs

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SUPREME COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 August 1927

SUPREME COURT The appeal ..£ Andreas Rindberg against the decision of the Pine Creek Court in May last came before J.vvlge Roberts on Mondiay. Appellant was defendant in an ac- tion brought by Edwin lundberg for, £407 in connection with the sale of a farm- at Adelaide River. {. ¡Mr Mall am appeared for Apriellant and Mr Edwin Rindberg conducted his own case. The decision was reserved till Tuesday, next.

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