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GN 166/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA Department of Health BUBONIC PLAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

GN 166/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA Department of Heaith BUBONIC PLAGUE It is notified for Public Informat ion that the Rat Exclusion and Re duction Regulations impose upon tne 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 l have ,bcen instructed to see that these regulations are duly observed, and 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 assis...

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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GN 145/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT TENDERS FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY INLAND MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

GN 145/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DE- PARTMENT TENDERS FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY INLAND MAILS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed at the Post Office, Darwin, North- ern Territory, until 6 p.m. Friday 12th August 1927 for the conveyance of mails to and from the undermen- tioned peaces, for one, two, or vhreé years commencing from the 1st day of January 1928. N.T.2. Katherine and Victoria ii/oi Depot, via Willeroo, Delambre, Victoria River Downs, Pigeon Hole Wave Hill Pigeon Hole, and Vic- toria River Downs, returning via Willeroo Once every six weeks. N.T.3. Mataranka and Borroloola, via Eisey Station, Rogers Home- stead Roper Valley, Roper River Police Station, Hodgson Downs. Nutwood Downs, Tanumbirini Station, Bauhinia I'owns. '-.ce every six weeks. Tenderers are to state price peí year, for one, two, or three years. The usual conditions of contract ana Tender will apply copies of whbh, and the printed copies of form oi Tenders, can be obtained at all Post Offices...

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GN 192/27 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NOTICE TO FARMERS AND OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

GN 192/27 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NOTICE TO FARMERS AND OTHERS Any person desiring to obtain seed of maize, cotton, peanut, broom m,illet etc. at cost prices should make application to the undersigned before'the 20th August. C E F ALLEN ' Superintendent of Agriculture -Darwin, 10th August, 1927.

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GN 150/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA FEDERAL; NORTH AND CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN INCOME TAX [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

GN 150/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA FEDERAL; NORTH AND CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN INCOME TAX For 12 months ended 30th June 19/7 ALL persons receiving £200 gro-;s income including Keep allowed by employers must .Hodge returns on o1 before 31st August 1927 PENALTY FOR NEGLECT :-£100 Forms obtainable at all Post Offices; Potyce Stations and Bank-,. A. G. WALL Dfputy Commissioner of Taxation.

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GN 180/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS TENDERS FOR STRINGYBARK [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

GN 180/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAi'3 TENDERS FOR STRINGYBARK TENDERS are invited, for the supply of stringybark on trucks .'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 ¡::*xs,( sound, free f?*om large knots ar.'l from pipe and the bark is to be lett on them. Delivery of one third of each bize to bo made" within one month oi a~ ceptance of tender .and of balance within two months thereafter. Tenders close at 9 a m on Mun .lay 22nd August, 1927. Lowest or any tender not ;\eceiJ san- ity accepted. j. H. MILLICAN Managtsr Darwin, 29th July, 1927.

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS DERELICT SUBMARINE IN PACIFIC Honolulu, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS DERELICT SUBMARINE IN PACIFIC Honolulu, Thursday Mystery surrounds the identity of the derelict submarine which is re- ported) floating in the Pacific between Honolulu and Yokohama. When dis- covered by the steamer Liberator 1, 150 miles from Honolulu, poisonous fumes were escaping from the hold of the submarine, which prevented those on the steamer from making a search, and therefore it is un- known - whether the bodies of the crew are aboard.

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G.N. 174/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

G. N. 174/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION. APPLICATIONS are invited front licensed surveyors for the position of Staff Surveyor. Applicants should be experience! in the higher 'Hasses of surveying, in- cluding standard traverse and trian- gulation surveys and the determina- tion of latitude and longitude by rig- orous observations, and be capable of making all calculations in connexion therewith. The conditions of appointment aie set out in section 14 of the Northern Australia Act 1926 and the regula- tions prescribed thereunder. AU other things being equal pref- erence will be given to returned soldiers. Salary at the rate of £550 per an- num, maximum £650 per annum, with field allowance of 16s. 6d. per day, reducing to camp allowance of 8s. per day under certain Conditions. Applications containing full par- ticulars as to age, training qualifica- tions, experience, &c, accompanied by copies only of testimonials; are to be posted so as to reach the under- signed not later tha...

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CONSTABLES ACQUITTED ON EAST KIMBERLEY MURDER CHARGE Perth Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

CONSTABLES ACQUITTED ON EAST KIMBERLEY MURDER CHARGE Perth Thursday Great shouts and an outburst of handclapping from the large crowd in the public gallery of the City Police Court marked the acquittal of Dennis Hastings Regan, and James Graham St Jack, the suspended Police Constables who were chargeai with having at Dala, East Kimberley on June 192G murdered an Aborigin- al named Boonduiig.

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AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL CARNIVAL Melbourne Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL CARNI- VAL Melbourne Thursday The Australian Football Carnival began at Melbourne Cricket Grounds on Wednesday with a match between South Australia and Western Aus- tralia. The final scores were West- ern Australia, 12 goals 15 behinds; South Australia 9 goals l8 behinds.

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TO BE A SUCCESSFUL HUSBAND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

TO BE A SUCCESSFUL HUSBAND The essentials for a mor>el hurbandi are as follows : Ho must have the necessary amount of ambition and energy to forge ahead and not stay put. He must be a home bird, and yet not so much so that he cannot take his wife out and about as often as f,twls will allow. He must be in the fullest sense a companion to his wife, supplying the wherewithal not beinsr sufficient. He niiust be nib lo to discuss her work as well as his own, including most of the arts that should| interest both, intelligently with her and. her friends from their point of view, ns Rho will in all probability be expected to do from hjis point of view. He must, too above all things next to being a devoted husband be a most devote:1! and loving father re- alising to the fullest the great re- sponsibility that is his, equally with hers, of giving the country moral, healthy, and) helpful citizens. He must, and this is all importannt (ano so many men fail to grasp this fact!), always notice ...

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ARBITRATION AFTERMATH Sydney Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

ARBITRATION AFTERMATH Sydnoy Thursday The Metal Trades Association has issued; summonses calling on the striking engineers to show cause why the penalties under Judge Drake-Brock.mrn's ordier should not be enforced. A summons was also served on the Amalgamated Engin- eering Unie"1 ?.'. show cause why it should n"t-1 ?> '.'.".?.li with for permitt- ing the n-s,-¡ '.o remain on strike in defiance < ' . n order of the Court. The men r"- .tilke have heldi a meet- ing and, ('cn .eC\ to take drastic steps to thwart the course^ of action taken iby the employers. Tl-ey reaffirmed their decision not to comply with the order of the Court.

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BOOKS & MAGAZINES THE GREAT PACIFIC WAR [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

THE GREAT PACIFIC WAR (By Hector Bywater) An imaginary American-Japanese war is .described month by month from its outbreak in February, 1931, to its end in Japan's defeat in March 1933. The author lays stress on the ad- vantages and the dangers of the American Atlantic and Pacific fleets being separated by the Panama Canal The American Naval force in the Far East is defeated and the Philippines andi Guam taken in the first month of war. Japan is at loggerheads with both China and Russia at the outbreak of war. China's subsequent declaration of war results in the elimination of Japanese control from Manchuia and Korea. For the first year of the war the author keeps.the action north of a line between Guam and Hawaii. He then traces the despatch of an Ameri can squadron to Samoa. A chain of islands between Samoa and the Phillippines is seized; by an American expedition, and with the assistance of those advanced, bases, the Japan- ese mai¡n fleet is brought to a decis- ive ibattle in w...

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MURDERERS TO BE EXECUTED POLICE, GUARDS, TROOPS AND GUNS TO KEEP ORDER New York Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

MURDERERS TO BE EXECUTED POLICE, GUARDS, TROOPS AND GUNS TO KEEP ORDER New York Thursday Another desperate effort to save Sacco and Vanzetti failed when Judge Thayer who presided at the original trial, dismissed in the Superior Court a motion for Revocat- ion and 'Stay of the d|eath sentence In Boston extraordinary precaut- ions against disturbances have been taken. At the gaol where the exe" cution will occur, nobody will, be aollwed to approach within a mile of the building and the Police, Nation- al Guardsmen, and Fcleral Troops have been marshalled) to rteal with any emergency. Over 145,000 workers ave out on sympathetic strike. One thousand policemen are to be posted in Union Square and smaller detach- ments at various points throughout the city to preserve order. The police are placing machine guns on Charleston Prison walls, where the execution takes place.

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS DENNIS ROOKE SERIOUSLY INJURED Calcutta Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS -*-: DENNIS ROOKE SERIOUSLY INJURED Calcutta Thursday Capt. Dennis Rooke, who is at- tempting to fly in a Moth aeroplane from London to Australia continues to be djogged by ill luck during his flight through India. On Thursday while taking off for the journey to Calcutta, the engine failed and the plane crashed into a cltump of date palms and was wrecked. Capt Rooke was seriously injured and lay" for some time unconscious in the local hospital but later recovered and) is making satisfactory progress towards convalescence.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

NOTICE -o WHALEBOAT FOR SALE . o A ship's whale-boat belonging to HMAS Geranium is at present lying damaged on the ¡beach near to the Residency, Darwin. The whale- boat is 26 feet long, 5 feet beam and is fitted with centre-board, mast suit of sails andl other gear. Offers for che purchase of the above will be received by this De- partment, on behalf of Commander Bennett, of H M A S Geranium, up to 10 a.m. on Saturday next, the 13th instant. R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident Darwin, 9th August 1927. FRANCIS L HARDEN HI A Late Chief Medical Officer H. M. Hospital Ship " R" CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Consultations-9-12 a.m., 2-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m.* Expectant mother are offered the boon of painless childbirth. PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL immeisaaBaaaamaax NOTICE Persons trespassing on the race- course will be prosecuted. R. H. BOWMAN Sec N T Race duo ft®RTH AUSTRALIA MEDICAL SOCIETY The promoters notify the public that this Society has been organised on lines of business efficiency and ec...

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LAWN TENNIS ANNUAL TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

'{fe ANNUAJj TOURNAMENT Finals B 'traie Mens Singles I Coote v Youlg, 4-6; 9-7; 6-1. £ La(|es Sinçles ¡ Miss L Belf vlMiss N Young, 6-2; 2-6; 6-2. J Menljt Doubles j Naylor & Michell) v Heaps & Doig ., 7_5 6-4> ' < ( Matcfr for Tuesday August 17th FÄ*|^ns singles 4.30 p m-Brown v Michell 1 Players are requested to note that i the closing date 0f entries for the < Championship events have been post r. poned till Monday August 15th 1927. 1 Tennis enthusiasts are reminded i of the Association picture night to 1 be held on tysm '18th 1927. s

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ALL BRITISH MORRIS TRUCKS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

ALL BRITISH MORRIS TRUC Ki The Essence of Economical Tratas portation. M They travel with ease under full load and stay on the job day in land day out at amazingly low cost ol' 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 work; heavy hauls; British stamitvr triumphs. Satisfaction comes from the trucks ability to do your work whenever and wherever you wish it. Morris offerts a vviùe range of Commercial vehicles to suit' every class of goods varying in capacity from 8 to 30 cwt The Sydney Municipal Council, viz. Sydney Municipal Council, Mos heads the list with over 60 trucl.s, man Council, North Shore Council, Willoughby Council; Manly Council', British Imperial Oil Coy Ltd, Main Roads Board, N.S.W. Railways, Water Supply and S Board, Irrigat ion Commission, David Jones & Co, Nestles...

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SYDNEY [?]NEYLENDER MURDERED Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

SYDNEY I ANEYLENDER MlipCDERED r Sydney, Friday David Cond^ "i, Moneylender, carry- ing on busings m the heart of the O'ty, was mui üud in brutal circum stances at h -Moflice on the second floor of Sutto NChambers, Pitt St., Pairing the Xvtvm hour on Thursday. His i oom, wlsî^P entered, was found in great diso-dCT) .books lying on the floor, chair ote-lurned and table slewed roun.,,. ' \n office towel was found about \ \hi murdiered man's neck, indicating that the assailant had attemntek ?) first strangle his victim. A li hut instriument, not yet discoveiig' jgs then apparently used to battèrW the man's head, whicn was» badly gashed.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

A ÄF8SI land Clear Complerân is best main îained by Blesse of Dr. Morse's Mian Root Fis 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, in 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 he 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 comet, 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 he cleansed., and enriched, which is dono' most eff...

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CRICKET DIGGERS V. PALMERSTON [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 August 1927

CRICKET DIGGERS V. PALMERSTON The following have been selected to represent the Diggers in their match against Palmerston on Satur- day: Dcig, (Capt.); Young, (vKe "ip;j Loftes; Hodges; Wils i.r, Sto'daH: Ellas; Col. Weddell; 3rn<e» Caird: Watt. Emerge ries; lund. J.JRUS< ti, Smith; Long

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