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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
AUCTION -o Saturday August 27 Safe Starts 2.30 George Wedd will offer for public auction at the residence of E. C. Playford, Esq. Myilly Point. The well known collection of Java, Hong Kong & Mauritius Palms, Eucharist Lilies Crotons, Begonias, Ferns and a fine assortment of verandah plant's, also a first class lot of milking goats. Note Time and Place [ORGE WE Auctioneer GEORGE WEDD .&lt;*
AIR RACE FROM FRISCO TO HONOLULU Honoluul, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
AIR RACE FROM FRISCO TO HONOLULU Honoluul, Friday The aviation race from San Fran- cisco was won by the aeroplane Woolaroc, piloted by Arthur Gobel Davis. It landed at Honolulu at 12 and navigated by Lieut. William '23 on Wednesday, Honolulu time. The actual flying time for the journey was 26 hours 17 minutes. At 2.20 p m. the Aloha arrived and wins the second prize of £2,000. The winners get £5,000. Three hours after Jensen had also landed. Frost's Golden Eagle and Pedlar's Miss Doran, the latter carrying the only woman who has yet attempted the trans- oceanic flight, have not been heard from and their failure to arrive is causing considerable concern.
Correspondence (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
Correspondence (To the Editor) Sir,-Just a few more words about the coloured boys seeing or knowing they were cried or howled down by the Football League and not allowed to play in the League competition. One of the supporters of that ruling and a prominent member of the League apparently has altered his opinion since he said that the coloured boys had insulted all and sundry including the spectat- ors. I said at the time that they had not insulted anyone but the umpire and he was too thick skinned to see it, but 1 was more or less surprised to see some of those coloured boys riding race horses at exercise, or, should I say, training race horses, suppose to be owned by that same prominent member of the Football League. Now in the name of com- mon sense, if the boys had insulted all and sundry, now they are good enough for him to associate with, and to compete against white men, race horse excerciser and trainers, and probably jockeys, which I think they are quite capable of doing. B...
Bisiness Changes [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
Bishess Changes Vv. C. M. Clark, who has now left the Public Service, has enfered into local industry, having acquired con- trol of the ^yhole of the business this side of the Kithei-ine which waa car- ried on by Mr. Snell. Mr Clark is well known as a com- petent practical man, skilled mi the drawing of plans and specific itio:is, and he has had a lone: expe ienco in controlling men on various construc- tion works for the Public Works I e parlmeut. His slogan has nlw-ys been " Good and found work through- out at reasonable cost." He is confi- dent ol' giving every satisfy tion and receiving a continuance of ti e patron ace previously accorded to Mr. Snell. With his popularity as an old resident of Darwin thsro is every reason t > predict a prosperous future for him, Miss Theresa Laraqui has sold the Central Refreshment Rooms to Mrs Pearce, of Wyndham, who will take possession in October. Mrs Pearce has been in business for some time at Wyndham and is well known by a good many Dar...
DARWIN POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
DARWIN POLICE COURT Before E. Copley Playford Esq., S.M., on Wednesday last, Vaganis Kyriakos, Cafe Proprietor of Darwin appeared on -a charge "that he did on 11th August, being the occupier of premises known as the Darwin Cafe, unlawfully fail to keep such premises in a healthy condition.". The prosecution was brought by the Health Department, Mr L Tivendale being informant. Defendant appear ed in person and pleaded guilty. He was fined £5 and costs. The Health Ofi'icer's report on the premises when he visited them be- tween 9 and 10 a. m. on August 11 was that two black boys were pres- ent' A white man and a young girl were in the yard. Rubbish, tins, paper and fish scales were littered about. A kerosine tin contained dirty water. The tin had apparent ly lain there for some time. Goat manure was in the yard and the earth closet, the seat of which was broken. No disinfectant was available for use in the earth closet. A bench outside the kitchen door ont which dishes, plates and cro...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet length*, £2 pei cord. Sawn and split x ft. lengths £3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubis feet. A. D. ALLWRÍGHT, MacLarhlan St. Wood Depot. PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting buualo or interfering with stock on Humpty Doo station without permission will be prosecuted irrespective of person or persons F. E. HOLMES Darwin, N. T. 19th August, 1927. IRR R. H. BOWMAN ; ï DENTIST DARWIN Turned to Pimples. Skin Inflamed. Cuticura Heals. . « "An itchy rash broke out all over my face. It then turned to pimples and the skin was red and inflamed, and they came to a head and festered. They were burning and itchy and I had to scratch them, which caused eruptions and loss of sleep. They also caused disfigurement. " I tried several remedies without success. I had suffered twelvemonths, then I noticed Cuticura Soap and Ointment advertised so sent for a free sample and after buying more I was completely healed.". (Signed) Miss Ivy Thomas, "Caer...
CRICKET Palmerston v. Wanderers [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
CRICKET Palmerston v. Wanderers Palmerston won t.he toss and bat- ted most of the afternoon for 257. Lampe 79 not out and Leak 36 being top scorers. Wanderers opened their innings at 5.30 p.m. and at the draw- ing of stumps had lost 7 wickets for 70. Morris 30 and Pott 23. Play will J)e resumed on Monday afternoon Kit 5 p.m. Wanderers being 187 runs' r behind with thr&lt;ee wickets in hand. Palmerston Leak c Blair b Mclllvray 36 Jacobs c Brown b McMillan l8 Toothill cÄb Don 0 Lampe not out 79 Olsen c & b Pott 28 Giles b McMillan 8 ' ow c Morris b McMillan . 15 Moyes c Blair b Don 12 Robins c Mclllvray b Pott 3 Redfern c Blair b Mclllvray 26 Thomas c Don 'b Mcllllray 7 Byes . 11 Leg Byes 12 No Balls 2 257 Wanderers McMillan c & b Leak 6 Pott c Lampe b Olsen 23 French b Olsen 4 Blair b Leak 0 Morris b Leak 30 Brown b Leak 0 Parer- not out 3 Mclllvray b Leak 4 Cornish c & b Robins 4 Don b Cow 0 Coutanche not out 0 Parer b Gow 9 No Balls 1 _ _ 81 The vete...
DARWIN RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
DARWIN RIFLE CLUB 1st Shoot 800 yds. No. 3 Club Competition (1st Stage) 2nd shoot 800 yds. Mr Seale's trophy and Championship (1st Stages) August 21st 1927 W Nuttall 33 2 35 34 2 35 R Parker 31 6 35 33 6 35 M B todd 32 o 34 33 2 35 F French 34 2 35 32 2 34 E Munro 30 3 33 31 3 34 W Watson 32 2 34 30 2 32 R French 34 2 35 29 2 31 E Coote 28 4 32 29 4 33 A Sawtell 28 1 29 >35 1 35 G Seale 23 6 29 33 6 35 J Cooper 31 2 33 28 2 30 J . Wetter 25 9 34 19 9 28 F G Long ' 15 12 27 22 12 34 R Cook 12 11 23 25 11 35 A Morris 28 4 32 21 4 25 K Clark 26 4 30 22 4 26 R Atkinson 28 2 30 24 2 26 W Murray 7 9 16 26 9 35 H Ellen 4 6 10 27 6 33 * A Sawtell scored a possible of 8 consecutive bulls and wins an en- graved spoon. No. 3 Club Competition (2nd and 3rd Stages) August 25th 1927 Handicaps W Nuttall 1, M B Todd R French F French A Sawtell, R Parker J Cooper, W Watson 2, C. E. Lemmon, E Munro, R Atkinson 3. &lt;",. Seale 4. E Coote, H Ellen, K Clark, A Crerar 6. R Cook, A Morris, 7. W...
Investigating Oil Discovery at Lake Bunda. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
Investigating Oil Discovery at Lake Bunda. Melbourne, Monday. The Stile Government anülysr. has given a certificate declaring that samples found at Like ß'ing.i con- tained pure petroleum and a party of Government nimio« experts have left fir L.iket Eiiir.iooe to investira e 'he discovery. Tn&lt;* party included .). C. Watson (Chief Chemist of the Mines Department), Mr. Binary (boring ex- pert for the Department), and Mr. Lal ham Watson (Commonwealth Govt, boring expert). In 1914 ihe Lake Bu-^a Development, (Jo, after boring 1200 feet struck a strong flow of gas. Further boring resulted in water with a film of oil being st uck. Water carne into the bore hole and the projoct was abandoned, the ga»} disappearing into the atmosphere at 100,000 cubic feet. A month aiio the c mvpany decided, to use gas to light np Lakes Entrañen. A bore was sunk to 1280 feet and brought np .what is claimed to be a rich oil bear in.tr core.
BIRTLES' SCHEME TO EXPLORE NORTHERN TERRITORY London, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
BIRTLES5 SCHEME TO EXPLORE NORTHERN TERRITORY London, Thursday . Francis Birtles reports encourag- ing progress with his scheme to or- ganise a scientific motor expedition with caterpillar tractors to some of the least known parts of the North- ern Territory accompanied by art Anthropologist, Geologist; and a Commercial Chemist. Sir Robert Hadfield, the eminent Sheflield engineer and Metallurgist, who had a lone: interview with Birtles regard- ing the proposal, expressed himself as very favourable to it. ; ;
Huge Blaze Spreading Through Business Area Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
Huge Blaze Spreading Through Business Area Sydney, Mon clay, A serioui fire broke out in Elizn beth building, corner of Elizabe'h and Goulburn street?, on Sunday night. At a la'e houi the fire was burning fiercely. Flames spread to a huge building: occupied by the Wash ington Soul Ltd., wholesale chemist?, Fire brigades are facing the difficult task as the flames are still spreading, Sparks flew in all directions, fanned by the stiff breeze. The roar of the flames was heard many streets away. The flames spread to a wholesale warehouse across from the block. The fire, despite the valiant efforts of the brigades is spreading to the Dunlop Rubber Co., and the walls of several buildings in Elizabeth Street began to crack and tremble. The area effected is closely settled with a num- ber of very important premises and within a stone's throw of Mark Foys, one of the greatest retail houses in the southern hemisphere Already over 20 firms have suffered.
NAVAL BOARD REFUSES REWARD TO GERANIUM'S CREW Melbourne, Thesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
íNAyAL BOARD REFUSES REWARD TO GERANIUMS CREW Mi lb 'lime, Tui>°day. When the Royal Pucket Navigation Co's steamer Tusma» went ugrouud on the Great Burrier Reef in April last, the H.M.A.^. Geranium assisted to tow her off. Asia recognition of this service the owners of the vessel offered to present a smoker's ourfit to the captain of the survey ship, £300 to the crew, and a silver plaque to the ship. The Naval Board refused 'he offer of gifts to captain »nd med l>nt decided to accept the silver plnque for the vessel.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 August 1927
TERMINUS and CLUB HOTELS STUDY LOCAL INDUSTRY and send your orders for WINES, BEERS AND SPIRITS J. J. PARER CLUB AND TERMINUS HOTELS DARWIN We pay Special Attention to coulntry onders and for which we ca'i quote SPECIAL PRICES BOARD & LODGING from £2 5s. Prompt .Delivery. All the Best Brands kept. Sufficient Address : . PARER, Darwin. Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent boarders Breakfast from B.30 a m to 9 a m Lunch, 12 noon to 2 p m. ' Dinner, 5 to 8 p m You get satisfaction when you dine at the Australian Cafe, because we aim at giving satisfaction, and our cook is a most sklful artist chef. GEE Proprietor Shing Lep & Co TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge ments, Local postcards. Films or plates developed and printed for amateiurs. All work executed by return post. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cafe. P O Box 77. Gee Fong Ming. & Co. Proprietors Note Our New Address NEXT TO ADAMS & FOSTER Cavenagh Street The b...