Alice Springs Centralian Advocate Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1950, Page 1

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Alice Springs Centralian Advocate (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Alice Springs, Northern Territory National Library of Australia f. W. King & co. 1 \ Hartley Street j i Alice Springs \ \ phone 105 . Box 82 \ \ i gramophone electro Grams j i Badio Grams radios Etc. Golf championship to Tommy Maher i Tom Maher who displayed consistent form last season with Alice Springs Golf club was Well on his name again last weekend and won the open championship by three strokes. Very cold weather prevailed and the 20 players who took part in the championship had an Unco fort Bible time. ? ? runner up and third placing went to Darwin Folk who came Down for the championship. Or. F. Reynolds took the second place and last year s Winner or. Les Dodd ran into third placing. Scares were 36 holes t. Maher 169, of. Reynolds 172, l. Dodd. 173. The Jim trackman trophy for the Hast Handicap aggregate went to Ron Coombs with a Nett. Score of 149 from the. Maximum ? Handicap. The club held a number of inform Al functions in the recently renovated club the week end. Alice Springs Tennis club members and intending members of the Alice Springs Tennis club Are advised that Tho courts arc now lined and ready for play. Subscriptions Are now due. Intending members Are invited to Contact the undersigned at the Telegraph Section Alice Springs Post office. K. Ross Hon. Secretary recording unit now available Here or. Peter Dawson has acquired a Complete recording unit and on wednesday night of last week he demonstrated the Plain t to n number of Ideal residents including or. Frank Johnson m.l.c., or. . Smith or. 1-. L. Van Sodden or. Canoy an others or. Dawson plans Ito use Tine equip ment for actuality broadcasts of events in Tho area and the demonstration proved that the equipment is adequate so far As recording is concerned. Mi1. Dawson is to to congratulated upon i Enterprise in bring ing Sulci n unit to this part of the country. It is believed Talut the Alice Springs theatre group i inter ested in recording portions of various ? ii Unis. At its mooting in Sec week Cen trial inn football association pledged support to efforts which Are being in ado to form Junior football teams in Alice Spring. Federals defeat rovers in scramble game federals. 8-13 Defeated rovers 3-17 in a very scrambled game on sunday. Fast but erratic on both sides the football was far from High in Standard. Selfish play by Rover men probably Cost them the game and it was in the Best interests of the sport. It must be said however that the federals teamwork was better than that of their opponents and that their hand passing was quite Good to watch on occasions. Rovers were apparently in an individual mood on the Day and is Man kept his position throughout the . As the scores indicate this dislocated their play As a team and their efforts in spite of brilliance on to part of isolated players did add tip to winning tactics. Muldoon and Hall were responsible for some Clover find co operative work in some of the Federal moves. Hogan displayed a consistence and c v to the main Chance of Tho game which distinguished him above All others on the Field for the Day. Hogan has been a bulwark for his Side right throughout the season but on sunday he was i eally outstanding. Goal sekors were federals Wilson 3, Fitsgerald and Hill 2, Muldoon 1 rovers Jordan Blenkinsop Davis. Best players federals Hogan and Dawson rovers Evans and Ganley. Recently spectators have been 1iea1w to complain of language used by players among themselves w Tjie tie at of the game. On Sun Day last it was noticeable that language from a cer. Tain Section of the onlookers far outshone that of the players in its viru. Lence. Dogged Leader last tuesday morning nine cars waited on the East Side of Tho causeway while the Brown Waters of the Todd swirled Over it. Alongside the cars stood a red dog. Suddenly he saw a White dog on thie town Side looking very belligerent. Immediately the red dog plunged into the water forged through to the other Side across the causeway and began fighting with the White dog while Tho fight was being stopped cars from the East Side followed the red dog s path through the Wnters across the causeway High commissioner s Brief visit the High commissioner to Australia for the United kingdom or. Wil hams accompanied by his agricultural adviser or Strutt arrived in Alice Springs by air on sunday last and after spend Tig a few hours Here moved on to to tree station on a visit of inspection. From there messes Williams and Strutt proceeded. To Tennant Creek to inspect Tho Gold Fields. Later they visited a number of stations on the Barkly tablelands. Or. Charles o Connor was seen in Alico Spring again this week Notor spending some time in Queensland. remember h on january 16 of this year = = the Centna Liun advocate = = Plant furniture and fittings = h were burned. S = on the following Friday in 5 = Tho pitiful Rono oed edition to = i pelted out the following verse s appeared a ashes to ashes 1 dust to dust we re burned and Bent = but we re quite = = bust. = = Well burned and Bent As we a a a were we arc now Able to Tell = = you that your local paper = 5 will be printed again local s = by and full to the brim with local news within the next = = four weeks. It will probably = 5 be less time than. That but = = we can Promise you a definite = 5 announcement next week. The s s machinery is hero the. Experts. S = to instal it Are Here so = whack = Pardon our exuberance = = but we will be glad with = = All due deference to those in = a the South who Hare helped us s = to keep going to be on the = = Job at Home again once Nitro soon. De. Or. Nelson due this week end the member for the Northern territory or. To. N. Nelson is duo to arrive in Alice Springs by train this week end and it is hoped that he will have a statement of his activities in the House for publication in an Early Issue of the Centralia advocate. Final of Rifle shooting j. Walsh the Winner the final round of the Central Australia Rifle club championship was decided on sunday last when contestants shot off the s00 and 900 Yard Mound through a Gusty Cross wind. First three of the Rifle. For Tho tournament were j. Walsh 34 5a. If. Duffield 328 and c. Stephens 324. Handicap aggregate j. Walsh 31 7, a. R. Driffield 384 1/3, f. Drew 305 2/3. Trophy winners on Tho 800 and 900 cd. Mounds. G. Pitts 45, 41. .1. Walsh 40, 30 a r. Duft Leld 38, 3ii, Handicap winners g. Pitts 50, 49, j. Burnett 45, 50, j. Walsh 40, 47. Master Jules purer has returned to Alico Springs after spending a Holiday with or. And mrs. Claud Oah hymn in Darwin. Honor Roll presented the supervisor of primary schools for South Australia and the Northern territory or. W. Leach was present at the unveiling of the new Don Thomas Honor Roll at Alice Springs higher primary school on monday of Hist week. A full report of the proceedings will appear in Tho first Normal Issue of the Central Ian advocate very shortly. Public notice territory transport association.-. Allan c. Allwright David Roy Bald Ock James Henry Butler Harry Byrnes Stanley Walter Cawood i Tarry a. Johnson Kittle Bros., Arthur John Litchfield Martin Bros. Janet if. Mcarthur Tickman s agencies Gordon Robinson Harold Williams Jack p. Sweatman Leonard r. Tuit Karl l. Zah Meller being members of the above association wish to inform the Public generally that owing to the abnormal rises in operational costs they Are compelled to charge the following rates per ton for cart age sex Alice Springs 1. Cartage sex Alice Springs to Darwin �25 per ton. 2. Cartage sex Alice Springs to inter mediate x ints North bound at 6�.d. Per ton mile. 3. All cartage sex Darwin to Alice Springs and intermediate Points it similar rate. 4. Returned empties for regular clients at agreed prices Between Carter ? and client. The above rates to apply from the 1st july 1950, until further notice. P. J. Colson Secretary Hart by Street Alice Springs continuation classes begin on july 3 the assistant supervisor of education or. L. Dodd who visited Alice Springs this week announced that night continuation class up in commercial subjects would be in at Alice Springs higher primary school on july 3. Full details of the courses May lie obtained from the headmaster or. K. C. Rudd. I or. Dodd came to Alice Springs on a visit of inspection and met the supervisor of primary schools for . And the . Or. W. Leach. They left for Tennant Creek by car on monday afternoon. Brownie Back on Job looking considerably fitter con stable Ron Brown was a visitor. To Alico Springs from Tho Finke last week. Brownie had seven weeks in Hospital in Tho South recently with Chest trouble but the complaint is now Clearing tip satisfactorily although to has to go slow for the time being. Boundary Umpire Bob Reynolds was the victim of. An unusual Accident during Tho lightning football premiership at Alico Springs Oval on monday last. Bob was standing behind the goal posts when n High punt sent the Ball through. It landed on Bob s head and knocked him out i however he was up again within a few moments and carried on for Tho rest of the afternoon with no apparent ill effects. Or. Jim Martin accompanied by or. Eric Tea sop travelled Overland to Wyndham again this week on business so Farmers Union p butter i is Best \ % i ? obtainable at All stores ? i Best to eat Best to keep i successful meeting at Wauchope races thai two Day race meeting. Held by the Wauchope club on june 10 and 12 was regarded by the Large crowd which attended As being one of to i most successful in the history of the club. Seven races were decided on each Day and there were Good Fields throughout. The main event of the first Day the Wauchope. Hotel cup was won by or. J. Matthews Dalgety Ridden by i. Parker. Snip owned by or f. Harris and Ridden by or. D. Foster was second and or. Matthew s Nim bus Ridden by his owner was third third. The Frew River cup was the main event for the second Day and mrs Cox s wilful Ridden a Clever race by j. Tier rec Defeated or. F. Harris Monty d. Foster and or. J. Mat thew s Dalgety Parker the honorary secretory mrs. A Matthew was responsible for a very smooth running meeting ably assisted by a Strong committee. Most successful rider at the meet ing was d. Foster who Rode eight winners out of fourteen events. J. Herren and t. Parker divided the remaining six races Between them. Or. Glen Thomas was guest of Honor at an informal party held at the Homo of or. Don Thomas on tuesday night of this week. Among those present were or. And mrs. Mark Lang or. And mrs. K. Rudd and or. And mrs. Abberton. ? ? ? or. Jack Dowler of Pine Hills was i n town for a few Days last week. Or. Jim Rico has returned to Alico Springs sifter a ? business visit to Adelaide. ? ? ? or. Ralph Peterson Well known Adelaide business Man is a visitor to Alice Springs at present. ? ? ? mrs Deverdie has arrived in Alice Springs on a visit to her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Ii. I. Firth. Appeal to subscribers Many subscribers to the Contra Liati advocate no Inot receiving their papers because our list was destroyed in the fire. However to Appeal to anyone who knows anyone who was a subscriber or who can help us with information in that direction to Contact our office in Bath Street and to h do the rest. Tho adv Entov will to printed ill Alico Springs again in a very1 Short time How when we shall live up to our reputation of having nil Tho local news All the time without proud inc and what s More with towards none
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