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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
NOTICE is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Northern Territory Pastoral Lessees Associat- ion will be held in Melbourne on Wednesday second November. Business : Annual Report and Bal- ance Sheet. Election of Council, Chah man andi Vice-Chairman and a number of general matters of im- portance to .members. Members unable to be in attend- ance may appoint by notice in writing to the secretary same other member as a proxy to represent them. Leslie Smith Secretary WANTED .-An Oflice Boy. Apply in own handwriting. A.E.JOLLYS co. CHRIST CHURCH TRINITY" IO 7.30 a.m-Holy Communion 10 a m -Mattins. 8 p.m. Evensong H l! 's ? '. DON PICTURE-, If.'. "4 V THE AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE FEATURE THE HOME MAKER Alice Joyce COMEDY KÎNG WONTER Hodgey Podgey 81 h°, E np Bl Saturday F ï.Jîî PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting bun alo or interfering with stock on Humpty Doo station without permission will be prosecuted irrespective of person or persons F. E. HOLMES Darwin, N....
CENOTAPH CEREMONY HIDDEN UNDER MOUNTAIN OF FLOWERS Sydney Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
CENOTAPH CEREMONY HIDDEN UNDER MOUNTAIN OF FLOWERS Sydney Friday On Monday last the dedication ceremony of die 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 cr Ling delivered a dedicatory speech andi Governor Sir Dudley de Chair laid the first wreath. The Consuls of Allied Nations, wearing full dress uniform, clustered about this first tribute 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.
GN 206/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS TENDER FOR PAPERBARK [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
GN 206/27 COMMONWEALTH RAIL- WAYS TENDER FOR PAPERBARK Tenders are invited for the supply of paperbark on trucks at sidings or at approved cut- tings on the North Australia Railway as follows : 10 pieces 40 feet to 45 feet in length, latter length preferr ed. These timbers are to be not less than 15 inches in diameter at small end, straight, sound and free from large knots, the bark to be left on them. Tenders close at 9 a.m. on Saturday 3rd September, 1927. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Envelopes to be endorsed "Tender for Paperbark." J. H. MILLICAN Manager Nth. Aust. Railway Darwin 16th August 1927.
GN 199/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
GN 199/27 TEWDERS are invited from per- sons who are willing to undertake the c'earag of all refuse from the ground surface of the undermention ed portion nf the Township of Play- ford (Fine Creek). The successful tenderer will be re"? ii redi to effectually clear, iemove, ar.:1! ¿Vi&pose of all bottles broken Ll&lt;iss, tins, old iron; and any other reluce from the surface of the ground, included, within a circle having a ladus of one half a milo tnkin«; Mi H E Behm Ice'*- Stmo Pine Crci-U. n* . I f> centre. ti* Ai'ii b(j iC(|iiiiTid to .;i p ?'.e of ni] 'iip ;imlc -mon io'ti'l ? . Pu«« bv tipping same into an olid, abandoned mining"shaft or shafts as directed by the Police Officer at Pine Creek and' shall cover such refuse with a layer of earth not less than six inches in thickness. The work is to be carried out in. a thorourh woikmanlike .manner, end to the satisfaction of the Chief Ilralt'h Officer, Darwin, ard must ¡be completed within a period, of One (1) mo...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
Are You Furnishing ? Don't Miss this Opportunity, "Tip ? »^S^^«? I '?!-?* ¿r4±£M-^rcñ" ¿tey-i t¡ Bo*'.. Value ¡Macliine in Australia ¡5. Adams & Fosters TERMINUS and CLUB HOTELS STUDY LOCAL INDUSTRY and send your orders for WINES, BEERS AND SPIRITS -to J. J. PARER CLUB AND TERMINUS HOTELS DARWIN We pay Special Attention to country orders and for which we ca'i quote SPECIAL PRICES BOARD & LODGING from £2 5s. Prompt Delivery. AU the Best Brands kept. Sufficient Address : . PARER, Darwin. Gel some ordiiiM'y building1cement and mix willi cold water to Hie consis- tency (»I a Uncle ere«m Spread even- j ly o\or the lude, and leave to dry foi- J si day or f wo, whi-n it will de puite1* firm, and Hie bowl fit for use, DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL --o TENDERS are mviled up io 4- p m on W.dtnxlay 31-,t August 1927, for the uonstnt'-tion of &lt;wo concreto cronin sr uno the Town Hall giound3 Specifications may be seen at the Council Office. No tender necessarily accepted. F. O'L...
GN 204/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRICULTURAL LANDS AVAILABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDINANCE 1924-27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
GN 204/2, NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRICULTURAL LANDS AVA5L AILE FOR LEASING IN TERIKS OF THE CROWN LANDS OR01N ANCE 1924-27. APLICATIONS for a lease of the under-mentioned, land as a Cultivation Farm wiJ be received at the Lands. Department, Darwin, or the Depart of Home and Territories, Melbourne, on or before the 13th day of Novem- ber 1927. The land avaiUbie is si'.uai"d on the Adelaide River in the Darwin, and Gulf Distiict as fact out in the Sche^u.e nereundei Cultivation Farms aix- granted 10 leases 'n perpetuity. If the land is not allolteu it ¿hall re main open to application ;*t ti.-j ren- tals and conuitio.is t>et out in the Schedule until such time ¡is notifica- tion of its withdrawal thali bo ».a dt both in the Co.nmonwealth, ana North Australia Gazettes. All applications shall be accompan- ied by a lease and leaistraiion fee oL thirty shillings. Schedule of Conditions under whieii the lands will be Leaded 1. RENT.-No rent will le pay- able for 1he first period oi the lease,...
G.N. 174/27 WORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
G. X. 174/27 WORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION. APPLICATIONS are invited front licensed surveyors for the position of Staff Surveyor. Applicants should be experience 1 in the higher Hasses of surveying, in- cluding standard traverse and trian- gulation surveys and the determina- tion off latitude and longitude by rig oroue observations, and be capable of making all calculations in connexion (¡herewith. The conditions of appointment ar* set out 5n 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 soldier«. 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 fondations. Applications containing full par- ticulars as to age, training qualifica- tions, experience, &c, accompanied by copies only of testimonials; ar* to be posted so as to reach the und«'* signetf not later t...
Town Clerk's Report [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
Town Clerk's Report Council Labourers,- Shaw and Marchant s time taken up with- street sanitation ; six days occupied in repairs to roads. Silent Cops, were doing good work but certain people some- times ignored them, had pub- lished a iinal warning. i^eats on Esplanade, On Sat- urday Aug. 13, some persons attempted to repeat previous endeavours to destroy these but as they were set in concrete their eflorts were futile. They therefore tried to wreck them ': by bending the backs on the seats and were successful in one case ; the other seat nav ing three iron stays not much damage was done. Had report- ed the matter tp Sgt. Stretton, who informed he was advised on Sunday morning and was mak- ing enquiries. Tank Stand, completed. Sup- plier of engine and pump had not yet received delivery from Bond store. Tanks had been purchased and will be in read- iness for the pump connections. Cemetery, No burials since last meeting. Typewriter now in use worn out recommended the purchase of a po...
OVERLAND FOR A CURIOUS WAGER Visit Farthest Points: No Shave or Haircut Children's Hospital to Win Thousand Pounds [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
OVERLAND FOR A CURIOUS WAGER Visit Farthest Points : No Shave or Haircut Children's Hospital to Win Thousand Pounds Some time ago Mr Frederick Denn and his wife proposed to make an overland tour through Australia A friend promptly challenged Mr Dean to visit the farthest points of Australia aud go wi'hout a shave or a haircut. The friend ondeavournd to stipulate that Mr Dean should also be debarred from hotel accommodation, but finally consented to grant him 30 days ho'el residence thtonghoufc the trip No time for completion of the journey was stipulated. The challenge carried with it a wager of £1,000 which Mr and Mrs Dean very sportingly con- sidered would be well worth winning for domtion to the Children's Hos- pital, Sydney. That tb^y fully intend to win the prize was evidenced by their arrival in Darwin on Wednesday last by train fiom Katherine They left Sydney on July 10th in a specially designed Vauxhall car with a special camping out body. The car is 110 h. p., nine gears, f...
GN 169/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
GN 169/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. In the matter of the estates of the undermentioned deceased persons. Name. " Late of Occu ation Claim to be lodged on or before Station JOHN JOSEPH LYONS Borroloola Mounted Constable 22nd' Septem- ber 1927. WALTER SMEERNOFF Kathoiine Laborer 20th August, 192? ROBERT WILLIAMS Gallipoli Station Stockman 29th October 1927 WHEREAS I, the Public Trustee for thV Northern Territory have been duly authorised to administer the above-mentioned estates, Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 22 of the Trustee Act, 1S53, th;«t all creditors, beneficiaries, and other persons having claims against any of these estates are required to send in, in writing, to me at my rffice, Darwin, full particulars and proof of any such claim on or before the date shown above against the name of the deceased person concerned, or in default thei'eof I will proceed to distribute the said estates or such parts thereof as may have'come to my hands a...
NORTH AUSTRALIA TENNIS ASSOCIATION Annual Tournament 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
mimMamuumca NORTH AUSTRALIA TENNIS ASS0C9ATI0N Annual Tournament 1927 The handicap events of the Annual Tournaments were com- pleted last Tuesday August 16th when Michell defeated Brown in the final of the Mens Singles after a very good game. Scores 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. Championship Events On Monday next the cham- pionship events will be com- menced Although the entries are small, still some interesting matches should eventuate and the Association gives a cordial invitation to all those interest- ed to witness various matches. Matches for Week Commencing August 22nd C of E Court 3 p m-K Gurry v Sutherland 4.30 p m-Edwards v Foster " Tuesday August 23rd St Marys Court 4 30 p m-Mrs Giles & K Gurry v Miss Bleeser & Giles. BAT Court ,4 30 p m-Brown & Edwards v Doig & Braham. Wednesday August 24th 4 30 p m-Brown v E Gurry, at Town Court. Thursday August 25th St Mary's Court 4 p m-Giles v Michell. Thursday August 25th BAT Court 4 30 p in-Mrs Bleeser &? Ed...
GN 198,27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
GN 198,27 NOTTCE is hereby given that I on the 15fch day of August 1927 approved of ibe following mentioned Mining leai-'e applications, No. of Atea in Applicii. Nature_Acr»s_Name of App^ctint Locality of Lands 733 Cold Mining 40 Charles Henry Windley McDoual! Rnn«c ni". Tennant Ok, 74¡í> Mineral 40 Kenn, George Fnrgpnfc Mt Tulmer No-th 746 Gold Minim* 40 Chai-Íes Henry Windley McDouall Range nr. Tennant Ck: 747 Gold Mining 20 Harold J inies Beckett Tanami 748 Gold Mining 20 Thomas Jewell Tanami R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident Darwin. l.r»fh Auctisf. 1927
GN 190/27 STOCK AND BRANDS DEPARTMENT ANNUAL STOCK RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
GN WO/27 STOCK AND BRANDS DEPART- MENT # ANNUAL STOCK RETURNS Under the Brands Ordinance No 1 of 1914 Regulation Part 4 Clause l8, :-Owners of stock shall forward to the nearest local Inspector of Stock Returns of the number of stock owned by them at the tnd of each calendar year (31st December), "Stock" .means cattle, horses includ- ing asses and mules, sheep goats and swine. . Such returns to be divided into numbers of each respective sex and1 reach the local Inspector not later than the 14th January in each year immediately following the date to which returns are to be compiled. PENALTY. £20-. In addition to the above it is also necessary to have the address and locality of the owner. A form for this purpose has been printed, and is available at ali Police Stations throughout North Australia If this be used for Stock Return«, it will give all the information re- quired and be a uniform return year- ly. The stock returns are compiled In Darwin andi as a copy is forwarded to the Co...
GN 196/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
GN 196/27 TENDERS are invited for the sup- ply of bread to the Darwin Hos- pital, ami the Fanny Bay Gaol for a period of one (1) year from the 1st September 1927 to 31st August 1928. The bread is to bo ¡delivered at the Hospital and Gaol daily. The supply of bread ,may be rough- ly averaged at about twelve (12) two (2) pound, loaves per day to the Hospital, and twenty-six (26) two (2) pound loaves per day to the Gaol, but the successful tenderer must supply more or less bread if necess- ary and as required by the Matron of the Hospital or Gaoler at the Gaol The bread supplied is to be fresh consistently good, well baked; light; and| in no way sour. Tenderers are to state the price per two pound (21b) loaf. Tenders are to be accompanied by a deposit, in cheque or bank notes, to the value of ten pounds (£10). The successful tenderer's deposit will be withheld as a guarantee of the due performance of the contract. Tcndiers are to be endorsed "Tend- ers for Supply ' of Bread" and must r...
201/27 Taxation Branch, Department of the Treasury Melbourne, 1st July 1927 Income Tax Assessment Act 1922-1925 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
201/17 Taxation Branch, Department of the Treasury Melbourne, 1st July 1927 Income Tax Assessment Act 1922-1925 In accordance with the provisions of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1922-1925, I hereby require returns of all income derived from sources within Australia and Papua during the year ended 30th June 1927, to be furnished to me on the prescribed forms, by the following persons, at the places mentioned! hereinafter, on or before the dates hereinafter stated : (1) On or before the 31st July! 1927 By all persons resident in A"stralia whose income from such sources during the period mentioned was derived exclusively under one or more of the following headings, viz., remuneration as an employe«, stipends, rent, interest , annuities; dividends, or any other source (not being a business in the ordinary ac- ceptation of that term), when the total income in its gross amount from all sources was £300 or over. (2) On or before 31st August 1927 By all persons resident in Austral- ia, who...
GN 191/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA THE NORTHERN AUSTRALIA ACT ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
GN 191/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA THE NORTHERN AUSTRALIA ACT ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS I hereby give notice that, pursuant to Regulation 6 of the Advisory Councils Election Regulations, I have this djay received a direction issued by the Acting Minister for Home and Territories for the election of two members of the Advisory Council for North Australia to serve from and after the date of Ihe noti- fication of their election, and ap- pointing the following' dates for the purposes of the election : 1. For Nominations-'Saturday, the 3ndi day of September, 1927. 2. For taking the Poll in the event of the Election being conlea Ud - Saturday, the 22nd day of October, 1927 3. For the close of the Scrutiny Thursday the 22nd day of Decem- ber, 1927 I also give notice that : 1. Nominations of candidates will be received at my office at the Court House, Darwin, at any time after this date and before 12 o'clock noon on nomination day. 2. A nomination shall not be valid unless at ...
GN 180/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS TENDERS FOR STRINGYBARK [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
GN 180/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAi'3 TENDERS FOR STRINGYBARK TENDERS arcî invited for tlie supply of stringybark on trucks ft siding» or at the Locomotive Siuv»5 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 ;.v»o, sound, free from large knots and from pipe anid the baik is to be left on them. Delivery o£ one third of each i»ize to be made within one .month of 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 ; ece;>a. ily accepted. j. h. Millican Manage»" Darwin, 29th July, 1927.
ALL BRITISH MORRIS TRUCKS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927
ALL. BRITISH MORRIS TRUCKS The Essence of Economical Trans portation. They travel with ease under full load and stay on the job day in and day out at amazing.y low cost oi up keep. It is service such as this that has made the All British Monis 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 stamiivi triumphs. Satisfaction comes from the trucks ability to do your work whenever and wherever you wish it. Morris offers a wide range of Commercial vehicles to suit' every class of goods varying in capaqity from 8 to 30 cwt The Sydney Municipal Council, viz. Sydney Municipal Council, Mos heads the list with over 60 trucks, 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 &...