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EXPORT CUSTOMS DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
ÉXPÓBT CUSTOMS DUTY. A Duty of ls. per ounce of Gold shipped or cárriedfroia Port Darwin is payable at J the Custom House, where entries .will . bet r ; ; taken free of charge. Persons found oía steamers with gold in their possession, not. haring paid duty, are liable to fine and j fforfeiture of the; gold. . :¡ >í. *
POST OFFICE ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
POST OFFICE OBDEBS. For tumi Above £2, : Not and not exceeding exceeding ^£* " 425. Impayable in South Australia?......:. Other Australian Colonies V Tasmania, or New Zealand $ United Kingdom, India, or \ . Cape of GoodjKope J Germt^o^Switterland Hongkong .V. L .. .1. -D. 0 6. 1 0 % i o: l 7ß Above £5,|. and not. ¡exceeding I i£7; e. n. O' 6 6 4 0 ^3 0 a. ». 1 0 2 ^0 4 !6 No Single Order-can be granted fori moro, than £10.
POSTAL CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
POSTAL CHAB6B8. IftfM.- WWW W"1 EngmndandEurope 6d|ox4oi'i éd... 4 China . « i * * - * Singapore direct... 6 i 4 .4-. 4r V,. . " TiaHongkonglB., 4 * 4 J ; Java direct 6 4 4. ^4. » " ria Hongkong lt. i .4 -4_, 4 - . Victoria... «4 1 4 ! * New South Wales 8*1 4 4. Queensland. ... 2 4 1 4 4 Tasmania . ... 2 4 1-4 14, South Australia . 8-4 4 i " ' | " ~ West Australia... 8 4 1.' 4f 4 .oj NewZeabnd ..1 8 4 -.A:. 1 .K:¡&lt;->.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. '= THANKS.-"We are extremely obliged to J. A. G. Little, Esq., for kindly furnishing us with interesting Post and Telegraph information. . SPRING HILL G.M.-One hundred and thirty tons of stone, from the Company's mine, gave the handsome return of 316 ounces of smelted gold. NEWS.-In another column we publish brief memoranda of postal and telegraph charges, mail -time tables, shipping etc., I The items we hope will he useful to our I readers. I LAWN TENNIS.-This fine game is fast I gaining popularity. We can conceive no finer exercise than lawn tennis for all parts of thc frame, and hope soon to see others beside the gentlemen at the B.A.T. form I ing tennis courts. SIGN PRINTING.-Thosewhohavcvisitcd i our office this week will have noticed some signs printed on calico for Afr. D. B. Ten- nant, M'Kinlay Uiver. We will bc glad '-to receive orders from business people for similar work : executed on wood, tin, or calieo. i 'NEW PSSSSSES.-Our hew office in Smith-stree...
Cable Messages. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
Cable Memoes . (Name and Address counted m Message). ^ To England, Ireland, and Scotland, for * ..',,,- each word . 10s. 8d~'; Hongkong ...V! '8' ? ¡ ' " Singapore .fcs1 .... . jJ5 :7 ":i - " New Zealand, ten word»;, 14«. 6d.;?;! j . every additional word, ls. 4d. .. . ..Vr
Yam Creek and Katherine, [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
Tam Greek and Katherine; (by packhorse). JJ* MAIL.-Loares Tim Creekon Toes-; day at 5 a.m.; Port Darwin Camp, T Mme day,S aja.;. Twelve Milo, tame day,ll'' .JD.; arriving at PineCnek, at 6 p.m., and Katharine on Thunday, at 6 pm. Down Man.-Learei Katharine' ; 09 ¡ Sátoiday, 6 ta.; Pine Creek, Moaaay.'fr a.m.; Twelve-Mile, nat 4ay, 1240 Port Darwin Camp, tame day, 5.10 p«K aiming at Yam Creek at 6 P.m. J. Ai CK LITTLE, : . : jr, 8euior and Impacting Oftceiv ¡ ¡ ¡ Post Office ind Telegraph Dept, ? Fort Dinriá, N.T., Hay aOth. 1B8S.
Southport and Yam Creek, [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
Southport and Tam Greek. (by coach.) '? UP MAIL.-Leaves Southport on Sun- day, at 5 a.m.; Bridge Cr*ek, Monday noon ; Fort Darwin Camp, Monday, 5 p.m.; arrives at Yam Creek, 6 p.m. ?. Dowx MAIL.-Leaves Yam Creek On. Tuesday, 5 a.m., Port Darwin Camp, Tues-; day, 6 a.m.; Bridge Creek, Tuesday, ll a.m., arriving at Southport on Wednesday^ ;,
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
SHIPPING. The s.s. Euxine is expected from Sydney ' about June 8. The s.s. Menmuir ex- pected from Adelaide on Jnnc 12. The s.s. Venice from Sydney about July 6. Thc s.s. Tannadice expected arrive from Hong- J kong on June 7, and the s.s. Nelson about June 16. Thc s.s. "cr.ti3-.::r arrived iv. Sydney Adelaida cn" Aiay 27 T'i." :..3. 2SCÍ*1!1 ItirWyS Hi-ûgkcClÇ CC -Tu:v: !.: ; rho s.?. Ycsieo !-::Y.\ SyO::'jy 5ci' V.T: L'U-«':*! «I J-.i';?'?-22ri. s. ". f :»:uir fr f/.viicy £:v JÍTM::
COLONIAL MISCELLANA. LATE NEWSPAPER POST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
COLONIAL MISCELLANA. LATE KEW8PAPEB FOOT. . , Bockhampton is to baye ¡a. telephoto exchange. ; . ' . Elizabeth street,; Melbourne/is to bi lighted by electricity. ; Mr. Archibald Cooke, an old Adelaide colonist, is dead. There is a great demand for agricultura laborers throughout South Australia. ' A seam of coal has been discovered al Cape Otway, Victoria, hy means of thc diamond drill. Thc number of, members of the Mel bourne Cricket Club has now reached 1,500. ' The number of members of friend!j societies in ^fe^ffitk WúSBfyW,mÓ: ~ ~ ' The City Council of Melbourne propose to spend £50,000 in wood paving. Splendid gold stone is being , raised in the South Australian Compaav's claims at Temora. The trustees of the Melbourne Public Library have resolved to open the Museum and National Gallery on Sundays. ' A new Queensland 4 per cent loan of £2,500,000 was announced in London, on May 2, at a minimum price of £97. Lieutenant Connor, B.N., formerly a ?Queensland celebrity, is the pro...
Letters Palmerston, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
[LBTTEBS toj tho Editor must ho couched jv'! vin. respectful: and: simple .language; a . . and as.conciso as possible.] ? r. ii Palmerston, May 27: ' *; Sis,-I was somewhat surprised toread the bold assertion, made in ß recent issue of tho N. T. TIMES, that the new paper was to start under thc auspicios of myself and Mr. V. L. Solomon, and that arrange- ments had been made for me to. supply a column of literary matter weekly. The assertion, as far as myself is concerned, is untrue. Trusting you will allot mc space to make this denial, ' I am, Sir. etc., . W. CHANCELLOR
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN [FROM OUR LATEST FILES.] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883
ENGLISH MD ^ÖÄEIGN [PHOS! OÜB LATEST FILES.] . ,. ; It is stated that 13,000 ' emigrants arrived in the United States last month from Germany and other parts. 11,343- miles ? of railway were laid down in the United States in 1882 2000 miles more than in 1881. '. An aeriel expedition is to he prepared jot Marseilles with the object of crossing Ihe Mediterranean this month, the ¡centenary of the invention of the baleen. . j Intelligence from Cairo states that thirteen of ; the men charged with the murder of Professor Palmer, Captain 3411, and Lieutenant Charrington have seen tried' by court-martiaL and five lave been sentenced to death. The (others are sentenced to terms of im brisonment Five others are sentenced bo death after they have been brought fa* The Mexican Government has adopted a plan for encouraging immigration, Which may divert part of the German population from the United States. The Government of Mexico has sent agents to Germany and Switzerland to publish Its ofter. It...