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C.I.D. Office Blown Up. Brisbane, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

G.i.D. Office Blown lip. Hiisbaiie. M omi!»y "With n loud iO'¡r¡ng sound, »lui i fli-f <f iltt-j Orminßl Jincnignlion 1'iiti.ih (¡i ihcPo.icc- Dcp'., siliuiied ;i> the coiner of George and Elizabeth Srnittn, was wrecked at midnight on Saturday. Fortunately no one was injured. Ibu police believe ibe outrage wîis an atu.-mph to destroy exhibits collecicd concerning recent robberios which bp ve been occupying thura'len« lion fcr ibu lust Uxo or thiei- work«. Do'cet ives nvc now invent ¡£r.-u me bi-w ihi' out r.go v.u.- coiiiinirtod and wh.-r ('NpiüsiKO WfiS UfC!ll. 'i'h"y fUôpOi.'t il'ii a lu iub wa^ thrown through 'he window. M \ together oqna! p;i t- ir'- p il- lino and am nu ni in ¡in. paint mm ks willi ; p'< «. i.hc 'ame colour as ilu :" ¡ on*. Rab gently till in- . rr.<. \ ed, th-u Kpdnj'o Mu »?..

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

Cricket. A very interesting match between Palmerston and Diggers took place on the Oval on Saturday last. Palmerston winning; the toss elec- ted to bat and opened io a disastrous way, the first five wickets fulling for 14 runs. Lampe and Gow then added 20 nins for the sixth wicket, Gow making 15. Moyes was next in and he and Lampe brought the score to 88, when Lampe was caught for 37. These two partnerships saved the side. Moyes was finally bowled by Doig for 34 Redfern added 13' runs and the innings closed for 130. Diggers opened with Young and Loftes. the first wicket falling at 10, when Loftes was caught and bowled by Leak, Doig joined Young who was next to go when the score was 21, being caught by Tootill off Leak. Doig and Watt made a partnership of 80 runs for the fifth wicket when Doig was well caught, by Thomas off Leak for 36. Thomas was instru- mental in catching three others in quick succession and the inniugs closed for 73. SCORES. Palmerston. Leak b Doig 0 Jacobs c and ...

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Police and Taxation Raid on Firms. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

Police and Taxation Raid on Firms. Melbourne, Monday. The police and taxation authori- ties have raided-premises in-^i he city and suburbs under warrants issued for the first tiree by'the Common- wealth under Section 10, of the Crimes Act 1914. Twenty-six raids were made ty l8 constables and 20 taxation officers. R. J. Birch stated oa oath that he had been inYestÍ£>aiing taya'ion returns lodged on behalf of 29 liid'Yidual*, 7 companies, and 12 parinavhirs. and l)blie*ed Lbat many returns wore fiaudulent and " made a pursuant conspiracy to defraud the Commonwealth," Raids wete con ducted on the Small Arma Co,, Eliza- beth St., Dr. A E Jones, solicitor fqr a company, Robert Bartlett, por- tion of Sheffield House occupied by the Small Arms Co , the residence of Alfred Abrahams and his sister, Alis. Esther Lyons, St. Kilda, the residence of Louis Hyams, Mesdames Miriam Hyams and Francis Cohen. Safe opening experts accompanied the authorities and where kpy«¡ were not available or with...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

NOTICE TO GOKSfâNEËS s.S. MARELLA C msignees are hereby notifie d tha . all cargo ex s.S. Marella will be de- livered by the vessel at the Railwa/ Wharf Darwin. The Ship's responsibility endj whet1, the Cargo is clear of the Ship's tackle and delivery so far as the ship is concerned will be deemed to have been taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. All Bills of Lading must be 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 unle&s lodged WITHIN SEVEN DAYS from the date of the Steamer's arrival. w A. E. JOLLY. & CO., t . ' AGENTS.

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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB 1st shoot 800 yds. No 2 Club Com petition Final 2nd shoot 800 yds Jolly & Coy's Cup Final. M B Todd 34 2 35 33 2 35 A Watson 32 3 35 31 3 34 W Nutt all 31 2 33 *35 2 35 A Sawtell 33 2 35 31 2 33 R Atkinson 28 3 31 **35 3 35 R French 30 2 32 32 2 34 E Munro 80 6 35 24 6 30 F French 27 2 29 33 2 35 J Cooper 27 2 29 32 2 34 C E Lemmon 33 2 35 . 24 2 26 E Coote 25 3 28 24 3 27 A Morris 21 4 25 25 4 29 G Seale 0 6 G 28 6 34 K Clark 0 3 .3 27 3 30 F G Long 9 12 21 . 0 12 12 Jolly & Co .'« Cup won by M B Todd 202; 2nd W Nutt al I 200; 3td J Coop er 199 No. 2 C1 nb Competition; 1st E Munro 70; 2nd W Ñuttall 68; 3.d M B Todd 67. (3 prizes; ° W Nu itali scored 8 cousecutivo bulls. * * R Atkinson scored 7 consecu tive bulls Both win engraved spoons.

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Empire Broadcasting Pioneer's Proposals [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

Empire Broadcasting Pioneer's Proposals At his own expense, Gerald Mar cuse proposes- the broadcasting of programmes from London on abort wave lengths. The post office has issued an official sanction to Marcuse, the pioneer of short wave conversa- tions with Australia, to provide Em- pire broadcasting for six months com- mencing September 1

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

Dr. Haworth DENTIST KATHERINE Bridgework according to arrange- ment. Having been asked to also under- take work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attention can have them put in order at a charge to suit their pocket. More expensive work supplied to those who desire it. WILL VISIT DARWIN MONTHLY Dr.H. Leighton Jones HOURS AT HOME 8 to 9 a.m., 4 to 5 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m. SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8 to 9 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Whenever possible notification re- garding visits required should be made before 10 a.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 DARWIN CAFE, COOL, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE Quick and Efficient Servie« ana Wtll-Cookad Food. MEALS AT ALL llOURS FRESH FISH DAILY TARIFF-Boarder. 30/-; 21 Mea] Ticketa 85/-; Single Meals I/O. Dennison's Crepe Pape. Üook tells you how to make baskets, trays, dresses, hats, and many other pretty things. See them at A'-ims r.nd Foster's the cheapest house ia town. Wittel Son PHONE 59. Carriers and Contractors Boats and Trains Met 5 and 7 Seater Cars for Hire Repa...

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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

(To the Editor) Sir,-"E. Docet" says thal the May or may in time get a 'nighthood' or was it misprint for 'night-mare'? But the North Queensland Reg- ister has already conferred a title on Councillor Watts. It stares that two recent aviators were met at the Dar- win Aerodrome by ''Councillor Watts and other NOMLITIES. lu ter alia, the same paper once stated that some visitors from south were welcomed by 'Mayor VILLIERS and Councillors CLARENCE, MURRAY, and PRES LEY. AD A.STRÀ.

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Shipowner Arrested On Serious Charge London, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

Shipowner Arrested On Serious Charge London, Friday W J Williams, a prominent ship- owner of Cardiff has been arrested on a charge of having sent the collier Eastway to sea in an unseaworthy condition. The Eastway foundered in a storm on October 22 last off Ber- muda. Twenty-three oí the crew of 85 were drowned. The prosecution alleged that Williams instructed the captain to overload the vessel. Wil- liams was a boatman at Port. Talbot in '15,when he','purchused the steamer Luudy Island, which was capiured by the German raider Seadler. The insurance on that vessel provided the basis of a big fortune for the owner and his brothers who later owned the 17 steamers of the St Mary Steamship Coy.

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

TOWN TALK. Mr Len Bryant, who arrived by the Koolinda brought, three likely looking horses from Wyndham. One of them won the Wyndham Cup a few weeks ago. Mr and Mrs West, newcomers from Melbourne, are making their home at Marranboy. We truat they will be successful in their new venture. Mr W T Pearce of Marranboy, who will b« ft candidate for the advisory Council Election, will visit Darwin probably at tbe end of the present month. We have been asked to announce that the social function on the An- glican Church grounds, which had been provisionally arranged for this week, has been postponed for a month Tbe Rev. A. R, Quirk, of St. Peters, Melbourne, is spending a few weeks' holiday in Darwin, as the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Wynn Wil li«ms. Mr, Quirk will officiate at Christ Church at all services next Sunday,

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Steve Donoghue's Flight to Ride. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

Stave Donoghue's Flight to Ride, The famous jockey, Steve Douoghue, rode at 2 p m. in a »ace at Windsor. He then ferried across the Thames River to the Imperial Airways De Haviland plane awaiting him with its engine runnng. He flew íhen to Croydon Aerodromp, pas ed the ..Cus- toms, and continuing his flight arrived in Osiend at 3.45, Thence be motored to the racecourse and arrived at 4 p.m. half an hour before the Belgian Race, in which he was engaged to ride.

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World's Largest Battleship on Trials. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

World's Largest Battleship on Trials. Tb* H M S Rodney (35.00C) c< s ing £7,000,000 which will he the world's largest battleship, l^ft the River M<v sey, where she was cons'rucuid. to undergo punning and speed trials. The ktel waa bid in 19'22 aDd the vesssl launched in 1925. She carries nine 16 inch guns and 12 6 ineh guns.

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Through Passengers by the Marella. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

Through Passengers by the Marella. Tbe Marella arrived from south on Sunday mo ning and remained in port until early on Monday morning, when she sailed for Singapore. Among the through passengers aboard the vessel was Sir Y\rilliam Sowden, who for many years has been en- gaged in an editorinl capacity with the South Australian " Register," and on its proprietary. Also travelling on the boat was Mr. Aimer Baker, who has recently been a guest of Mi. Zane Gray, the well koowa noveli-t, n a ii-bing ex- pedition to New Zealand. Mr Baker is now proceeding to the East to make enquiries reg.ir.linj fishing possibilities of .lava and o'her countries on behalf of Mr. Zane G¡ay who proposes visiting next sanso'i thj Great Barrier R^ef, sailing from thence to the Gulf of Carpentaria, continuing the journey to Java and finishiug up with deep sea fishing in Madagascar. Tn a brief chat Mr. BHkei: gave an idea of the tremendous fish, one indp-d ranged up o 1800 lbs in went, h >t was secured by t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

Commonwealth of Aus1 valia eral, ^wtr. rna centra > jo/ T .*?* »/*.» Foi- Twelve jftloLUhi sr Jed SOth Jure, 1027 11 peivons receiving «£200 gross income mcladin^ keep allowed by employ ers must lodge returns on or before August 31st, 1927; Penalty fot- ftSegîeet £100. forms obtainable at ad l'ost Üííicos, Pohco Stations and Banks A ii. WALL, Deputy Commissioner of Taxation. NOVICE. I the undersigned herewith notif? the public in general that all per- sons found driving or inte.'ferin? with stock on the Pastoral lea.<-es Ko 2139 & 1928 known as Esmeralda without authority from me or with- out giving notice according to t-jo ordinance will be prosecuted withou! respect to persons. G. STEVENS. NOTICE PERSOJtiS depositing rubbish on any nroperties uiv/ied by Yat Loong «re warned that le^al pro.eedings will be taken against offenders. Notice is also ¿iven mat the lane between the Darwin Cafu anti tbe Chinese School leading to the rear of shops in Cavan Tgh Street, ...

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS Death of First Boneshaker Maker. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 August 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS Death of First Boneshaker Maker. The death is announced of Joseph Harris At the age of 89 years. Hie   was the maker of the first "bone shaker" bicycle, in 1867, and was the investor of the Braille frame for the blind.

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Ellis Says Afghanistan Cause of Soviet House Raid. Perth, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

Ellis Says Afghanistan Cause of Soviet House Raid. Perth, Tuesday. M. H "Ellin, îhe Sydney journalir-" who rccent.lv nio.'nicl through Enrore and pans of Asia declares Ui=-'f the recent raid hy 'ho 13iri«?h Home Offico on Soviet House. L-ndo", wa« to recover papers relating to Affh'ti istan. El»is. v.'i h Fra^ei0 B'tt'p and Captain E W. Knov.l««. h ft London by motor c^r on a piv-'oy which they hoped would end ah Syd- ney, but aftpf cnnsideraH" ha 1 bin the 'rip was abandoned at D.'lln

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Bombed Police Headquarters. A Man Detained. Brisbane, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

Bombed Police Headquarters. Â Man Detained. Briaba n^, TtiP^rlty. The police havp established tho he* that, the wrecking of the police head- quarters on Saturday night, was caused by a high explosive bomb . brown throucb 'he window of the lost property room, which faces Gror'jp s'uvt. At a bile hour on MovL.y nicht (lie police detained a, man in connor* ion with the outrage.

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The Riddle of the East. Shanghai. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

The Riddle of the East. Shanghai. Tuesday. Practically all the members of the xiankin Government have resigned, following the example of Gen. Chiaag Kai Shek, whore sudden return to Shanghai from Nankin on Saturday and departure for ,tNingpo i became afternoon were the orneóme of a stormy conference of lb« Nankin military chief?, in which Chiang was openly defied by his erstwhile moat trusted aides.

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS Federal Taxation will force open Safe Melbourne, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS Federal Taxation will force open Safe Melbourne, Tne dav Unless (lie Sma'l Arm« C<. limul over the keys of the (biri! ¡-afo -enteil by the company at the Safe Dep;isi< Co.'s building-, the safe will be forced open at the instigation of the Fedarul Taxation inuhcrir.ies. List Friday and Saturday the taxation aulhori i s seized documents and securities won h half a million pounds. Major Jones, of the Attorney-General's department bas denied reports that the secretary of (he company bas not benn given an opportunity to produce- the keys. " He wiiR given from 10 um until the afternoon to haul them over," Jones said, " He actually had the key on him and flashed is before their eyes. He opened the safe, remarking that it held certain papers, slummed it shut again and pocketed the key. He thought, they were bluffing and forced them to go ahead on their legal rights."

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

.5NELL Builders and Contractors Saw and Joinery Mills Large stocks of Timber, Joinry c Building Materials} all descriptions always on hand. Anything from a packing case to a ready cut home. Plans and estimates free. PHONE 48. BOX 74 DARWIN mm«te -{ I'M« iii ií 1:1*1 Make your next purchase A PIANO Piwl I i anc* ^et ^a'm¿5 endorsement be ¿sv^^M--- your assurance of satisfaction. 1 , Ti 'íilí ?i"M¿ ??F= Our extensive ran^e of beautiful ï r r .H T*11^, Horizontal Grands g= Lvery lnuruinait fully fti aranteed fnj Easy terms arranged |{ j Write to-day for Catalogue and Price-list. and Upright Pianos await your inspection \V. H. Paling & Co. Ltd., 8WS Queen Street, Brisbane ANIi. »r TOOWOOMBA ROCKHAMPTO TOWNSVILLE _ QUALITY OUR KEYNOTE SINCE 1853 msÊS^aaxmammKu^msmeasssaims^^ss^^ssE^^ Surplus Military Riding Saddles THIS SADDLE is absolute ly one of the Best and Cheapes Saddles offered to the man on the land that will, give solid wear. Practically new-never been used. Just as you ...

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