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GN 178/27 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Pastoral lands open to application in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

GN 178/17 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Pastoral lands open to application in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 APPLICATIONS for a pastoral lease of the landt, 'described in the sched- ules hereunder will be receivdl at the Lands Office Darwin or the Depart- ment of Home and Territories Mel boune on or bclore the 7 wen ty - eighth day of October 1927. Any lands not taken up on the ?átj. day of October 1927 shall remain open to application -is advertised and may be allotted1 by the Commission to an} person who applies at the Annual :eat als and on the conditions as set au in the schedule hereunder. Date of expiry of leases-30th J un* 1C9*. ihe rent shall be subject to re-ap praisement every ten years aud dur- ing the first ten years of the lease shall be at the rate as set out m schedule above referred to. All authorized improvements on the lands to be leased shall remain the property of the present owne ^ and shall be paid for at a ' aluation to be fixed by the Commission. If necessary...

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Germany Starts Flight Across the Atlantic. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

Germany Starts Flight Across the Atlantic. London, Tuesday. Germany has dramatically fore- stalled France in starting a flight across the Atlantic from Europe to America, following the route of the "White Bird," which was lost, with the late Capts Nungesser and Coli on board. Two "Junker" planes left Dessau, near Berlin, on Monday evening for America at 11 p.m. One machine, the "Europe," had engine   trouble and was forced to return. The second, the "Bremen," pressed   on through a violent storm and was reported over England and Ireland, but, later was sighted over the North Sea, steering for Germany. To clean bottles that have held oil, put ashes in them, cover with cold water, and heat gradually. Let the water boil for an hour, and let the bottles stay in it until cold. Then wash them with soapy water, and rinse well.

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GN 192/27 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NOTICE TO FARMERS AND OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

GN 192/27 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NOTICE TO FARMERS AND OTHERS . Any person .desiring to obtain seed .^f maize, cotton, peanut, broom millet 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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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB No. 3 Club Compeiion (Ur Stage) » Mr Sealu's Trophy and Champion I ship (1st stage) '*» ?-lsfc August, 1927 A Sawtell 1; W NniUll, M B Todd F French, B French, J Coope,; R Atkinson; W Waldon.2j C E Ltm mon, E Mu mo, 3;E Coo'p, A Morris, K Clark. 4; G Seale, li V» ker, li Ellen, A Ciorer, 6; 11 Su bei Und; W J Jones 9; T Redtetv, 10; V Litch field jr. J Taylor, 1 J; W Gordon, F ü Long, D Gordon, 12.

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

_.. /?> /.?*. *> s Ore of Life's í landicaps ; - Foul breath in woman arouses in man a feeling of repugnance, and a desire to leave the com- pany of such a woman as quickly as possible ; and even women will avoid her. It is, therefore, impor- tant for every woman who values her personal attraction to take such care of herself tli.it this unpleasant and unnecessary complaint is avoided or rorrected. Til^n. women and children who are troubled with this complaint will drive their friends away more rapidly than with any other ailliclion. People do not realise their breaths are bad, because they are like those who are constantly employed amongst paints and varnishes-they get used to what is to others a most offensive smell. Tn nearly all cases this con- dition is due to Constipation and a Disordered- Stomach. A Coated Tongue, a Slight Headache and Fevcrishness are sure signs that the digestive organs are retaining quan- tities of impurities from which the system should be free, the...

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CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

Dear Annette For the past fonmaht, ¡ill the gramophones in most of tbe houses round Darwin, at different nines dur- ing tbp evening, and even some ai tbe same time, are pouring fon h that fivnuriie piece from the "Mikado" which was sung with such fine effect by Mr Cull Cummings some years ago Even the birds are beginning to take up-the retrain, so popular has it become. Somebody's pot cockaioo is now to be seen flying about and making an attempt io imitate it at sundown. It. is noise:! abroad <bat the Datwin ladies are practising for a motor car competition. At presenr it bas not been arranged wben it will take place, but will probably be during Rae« week The track will bo from the Police Station, to enable the numbers of the cars to b© taken and readings of speedometers, and from there out to Sir Keith Smith's monument and back to where they started. In what "-form the competition will take, 'whether speed, durability, or condition f cor afier 'he race, hasyettobe decide...

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

KATHERINE RBVER RACE CLUB Annual Race Meeting to be Held on 8th and lOih'Oct 1327 VROGRAM 1. TRIAL HANDICAP, of £10. First horse to receive £8. second £2 out of the stake. For Northern Territery bred horses that have not won a race of the value of £5 to the winner,, Distance 5 fur. Norn. 10/-. To start at 12.30 p.m. 2. * LYING HANDICAP, ot £L0. First horse to receive £15, second £5 out of the stake. For all Northern Territory bred horses. Distance 6 Fur. Norn. £1. To start at 1.45 p.m. 3. HANDICAP HACK RACE, of £10. First horse to receive £8 Second horse £2 out of the stake. For Northern Territory bred horses. Distance 4 fur. Norn. 10/-. Start 2.30 p. ni. 4. KATHERINE RIVER CUP of )£30. first horse to receive £25 second horse £5 out of the stake. Open to all horses. Distance 1 mile. Norn. £1/10/ To start at 3.15 p.m. 5. LADIES BRACELET of £12, with sweepstake of £2/2/- at beale, tor all Northern Terri- tory bred horses. Distance 6 fur. Norn. 12/-. To stait at 4 p.m. 6. RAILWAY CON.V...

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

By this Brand Shall you know them Ridin eror Ä hard day in the saddle deserves more than ordinary comfort The "Standard" Y4's answer every For the men of the Northern Terri- tory there is no other Riding Emperor quite so good or that offers such sturdy service ."ioui local storekeeper can tell you about them. Tli»y't\i j wonderful. Try a pair next time B3 Coy., Limited Sole fVSanuffacfurers Brisbane, Queensland ?*r*w(**wrm*Ti**Tt** '^Sftff^. ***trrnmm¡&mm*M*i w imfimÊmniJm&wjMnmww*!*11 yKffHWH>yyy»«pqivf<i» < Cheer up old man ! sali'îAv. ; / '9 i  iazz ftofiiT wiî! .dams $ Foster &¿ o, ck REX0HÜ.AS and they get New Machines and TI. }r G i' oy 3 JUïUiJ J^ A .'.il01. ¡ The Hexoool is the best maa e the snató Éo-da Sweet in tone m iow in Drice, NORTHERN TERRITORY RACIN« CLU1. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY 1. TRIAL HANDICAP £ fur». £16. Second Horse £3 from Stake. Foi Northern Territory And Eaat Kim- berley Dred horses ...

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GN 203/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA REGULATIONS UNOIR THE MAINTENANCE ORDERS (FACILITIES FOR ENFORCEMENT) ORDINANCE 1924 OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

GN 203/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA REGULATfONS UNOIR THE MAiNTENANCE ORDERS (FACILITIES FOR ENFOROE MEMT) ORDINANCE 1924 OF THE &JORTHERW TERRITORY In pursuance of the powers conferred upon me by the TSlain lenance Orders (Kaci'ities for Enforcement) Ordinance 1924 of the Northern Territory and the Northern Australia Act 1926, I, Robert Hunter Weddell Government Resident *.f the Territory of North Australia hereby make the following Reg- ulations to come in'o operation forthwith. Dated at Darwin this 15th day of August 1927 R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident of North Australia 1. These Regulations may be cited r.s the Plainte lance Orders ('e'"acuities for Enforce- ment) IVft-ii'ations -927. 2 .'n these Re-mlatbns "Or- dinance" means Hie Mainten- ance Orders (Facilities for En- forcement) Ordnance .'024 of the Northern Territory. 3. The oilicer to whom any Order is sent under Section 7 of the ' Irdinance shall register it in a like manner as Orders are registered unde...

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DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL The ordinary meeting of the Darwin Town Council was held on Wednesday lasts a full Council being present Correspondence The Town Clerk read copies of letters sent and correspond- ence received. A letter was read from the Chief Health Oíliccr regarding aboriginals employed in Dar- win pointing out that the pre- sent regulations had been in ex- istence since 1924 and therefore were not new. The inconven- ience caused by their enforce- ment was fully appreciated and a system of permits in suitable cases had been devisea to minimise same. Half-cast females were always pcmítrcí to be fully maintained by their employers in order that they might have the advantage of a home. In the case of full-blood- ed aboriginals the necessity of keeping them out of town at night permitted of no alteration to the existing regulations. If the Council was prepared, as representing the public, to fur- nish a su mir ai y of objections to the existing system, it would receive sympathetic ...

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Town Talk [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 19 August 1927

¡!'y»*ü><rtOäiTOM«ite*ärniMiliniga<M»Mjj l Town Talk The programme for tbe first day of the Katherine Raco Club's meeting for October 8 and 10 appears in this issue. It is pleasing to note that all the events except one are for North, ern Territory bred horses. The pro- gramme for the second day will be arranged at conclusion of first day. The Tennis Picture« last, night were a big success, Interesting items on the programme were some fine moving pictures tnk^n by Commander Bennett, of H.M.A S. G' ranium, and loaned for the occasion. The subjects were-The Darwin Botanic Gardens, Crab Hunting, and Alligator Hunting on the Adelaide River. " The former showed the genial Curator among bis beautiful roses, many of which were very fine specimens. The nHistor hunt whs exceptionally clear, the bullets striking the water, the woun- ded and dead alligators being hauled into boa's, etc., being vtry fino. The item was accorded well merited applause. At the intermission,...

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

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MAD RUSH FOR WEALTH Capetown Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927

MAD RUSH FOR WEALTH Capetown Thursday Ten thousand diggers and runners made a mad rush for wealth at Welverdiend, Trans- vaal, when it was proclaimed an alluvial diamond diggings. This is probably the last of the South African Diamond rushes as new legislation provides for a ballot for claims Five hundred police were pre- sent in view of rumored threats of a deliberately planned false start. A motely crowd of city clerks, veteran diggers, and professional runners ran in multi colored garments ranging from bathing costumes to pyjamas, The race was over three miles in length and 13 diggers found hidden near the richest claims were arrested. Most of them had hidden in water tanks, one having lain full legth under the water with only his nose showing. Another concealed himself underneath an elaborately hid- den trapdoor in the floor of a shack. A third had previous^ cut out the side of an anthill into which he crept, pulling a huge stone after him.

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General Telegrams. CARNIVAL FOOTBALL MATCH Melbourne, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927

- - , Geyers»! Tel^parníi. | CARNIVAL FOOTBALL MATCH Melbourne, Thursday In the Carnival Football Match between South Austral- ia and N. S. W. played on Wed- nesday, the former scored the huge total of 29/20 to 6/H. A'. J. Ryan kicked 11 goals, West. Australia defeated Tas. the scores being 12/lt», 12/15.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927

ÍUESDTT NIGHT BILLY SULLIVAN IN BATTLING COWBOY WILLIAM DUNCAN WOLVES OF THE NORTH 85. DON OÊNSIWA frtô ri en n $ fUfe DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL £10 Reward The above reward will be paid for information leading to the convict- ion of the persons who damaged the seats on the Esplanade. F. O'LEARY Town Clerk Read George Wedd's auction sale notice in to:day's paper, and don't miss the opportunity to secure a choice an rare lot of plants. Can choice and rare lot of plants. Can well recommend Sale Saturday next AIR MAIL SERVICE IN AMERICA (From a private letter received by Mrs Litchfield, by last mail.) "We folk at Peoria, U.S.A. arc very proud indeed of Colonel Charle,', A. Lindberg's flight across the At- lantic. He was the first pilot who brought in the first regular mail plane from Chicago to Peoria Sprngfield-St. Louis a little over a year ago. He is a great young man, and a most unaffected, lovable chap. Am mailing this letter with the new type ten-cent air mail stamp:; from Peoria to Chi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927

Don't neglect your kidneys! Ar© yon miserable with an aching back Î Get up lame and stiff ; drag arou.id, tired, weak and depressed? Then help yum kidneys. Backache is often the lirst sign of A\e<ikenpd kidnej's. Neglect ia dangerous. U¡>o Doail's Backache Kidney Pills. Doan's have helped thousands and are endorsed by people you know. Ask your neighbour! A MELBOURNE CACZ. Mr. H. Davis, 35 Hollywood Grove. East Caulfield, Melbourne, says : " »Some years ago I strained ray back and for months after I had a bad time with baoKicbe. I couid not stoop or move about ficely on account of the nagging ache and my rest at night was dis- turbed. To add to my sufienng, uinnry trouble set in. I consulted a doctor but li!« treatment did not beneiit mc. A ftiuid m pod rae to try Öoan's Backacho Kmney Pills, se 1 sent for some and a course of (he-ii Pills Jund mc, regulated the secretions, «wid banis',r,d the backache. I fee1 snlond, 1 »i i\v and in. o only Doan's Pills to thank for my...

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Victoria League Notes [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927

Victoria League Notes A committee meeting of the Vic- toria League was held on August l8 Mr Michell piesided. Amongst the inward coriespondence was a letter from Adelaide asking for I he appoint- ment of a delegate to represent this branch at the forthcoming conference to be held in Adelaide during the early part ot Sop em her. It was decided to wiro Mr Kelsey asking him if he would attend this mee' ing on behaif of the North Australia Branch. The receipts from the Fancy Dress Ball, £25 was allocated, £20 being donated to Penola Home, and £5 to the Wimmera Hostel. The Committee are arranging a Progressive Bridge evening to be held on Thursday September 1, to frive members an opportunity of say- ing good-bye to Mr and Mrs Playford who aro leaving for south by the Marella.

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CHINESE SITUATION NOW SERIOUS Shanghai, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927

CHINESE SITUATION NOW SERIOUS I Shanghai, Friday The situation is so serious at Nan- king that all foreigners are hurriedly leaving the city in a panic and Chinese are fleeing in thousands. British warships, are concentrating upon the port for the protection of British residents. Amoured trains are preparing to bombard Nanking from across the river. The National- ists are stampeding towards Shang- hai in thousands and are hourly ex- pected to pour into the city. The Japanese are co-operating with the British in the defence of the Inter- national Settlement. Thousands of Nationalists who reached Shanghai were unable to proceed to Hangchow owing to the railway having been torn up by the British forces as a protest against the seizure nf the Royal Air Force aeroplane which waj forced to land in National territory

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POLO PONIES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927

POLO PONIES A coiresponent writes :-I under- stand that by the Malabar on that ship's next visit to this port, there are three polo ponies being shipped to the east. It appears that Mr J.W. Callan, one time the Supervisor of the Government State Hotels at Darwin and who is now Secretary of the Penang Club, in Federal Malay States, wrote to a cetain well known man of long experience in the Northern Territory about obtaining some good class of polo ponies. As he had also paid a visit to Penang and knew what was required in this class of pony, Mr Callan was ad- vised to immediately write Mr W.J. Byrne, of Tipperary Station. Ar- rangements were then made with Messrs Jolly & Co re the shipment of thesie ponies. Messrs A. E. Jolly advised Burns Philp and horse boxes will be on the next trip of the Malabar. Messrs A. E. Jolly & Co also offered to see that the oonies were looked after and attended to while in Darwin waiting the arrival of the boat. This class of export may n...

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FAMILY WIPED OUT BY SHOCKING TRAGEDY Melbourne Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927

FAMILY WIPED OUT BY SHOCK ING TRAGEDY Melbourne Friday A shocking tragedy, in which a whole family was wiped out as a re- sult of razor wounds, occurred in a. cottage near Dandenong on the afternoon on Thursday. The police theory is that the man, becoming mentally unbalanced as a result of war injuries attacked his wife and three children with a razor inflict- ing fatal injuries. He then commit- ted suicide. The victims were ; Rob- ert Danel Parsons, 38, Florence May Parsons, 35, Violet, 6, Robert, 4 years, and Royce Vera, 12 months.

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