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PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
I MAIDEN PLATE, of - sors., for all [ horses that hare never won an advertised ' race exceeding 20 sovs. One mile. Weight ¡ for age. Entrance, 1 SOT. j CORINTHIAN CUP of - SOTS., for grass-fed horses, to be approved by the Stewards, and to be ridden by members of tile Club. 1\ miles. Welter weight for age. Entrance, 1 sov. . PALMERSTON CUP. A handicap sweepstakes of 5 sovs. with 100 sovs. .added; half forfeit. Second horse to receive 20 sovs. out of the stakes. 2 miles. Entrance, 3 sovs, [ LADIES'BRACELET. First horse to receive a Gold Bracelet, value 20 sovs.; .second» a Gold Cross, value 6 sovs. All I horses to be nominated by ladies and ridden by members of the club. -Welter handicap, li miles. Entrance, 1 sov. FLYING HANDICAP of - sovs. Three-quarters of a mile. Entrance, 2 I sovs. FORCED HANDICAP of - sovs. with ;5per cent, deducted from winners. For alf winners (losers optional). 1? miles. ; Entrance, 1 sov.
RULES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
BULES. Nominations, enclosing sweep and en- trance, name, age, pedigree and perform ! anea of horses, and colours of riders for the . Palmerston Cnn, to be handed to the Hon. Secretary- at the Palmerston Club Hotel before 4 p.m. on Tuesday, 12th August. Weights to be declared in the NORTH AUSTRALIAN of the 15th, and N. T. Tross of 16th August. Acceptance- and night of general entry, -Tuesday, 19th August. Horses to be handicapped by the Stew- ards, or whom they may appoint. No protest will be entertained unless accompanied by a fee of One Guinea, which will be forfeited iE considered frivolous. The decision of the Stewards in all eases shall be final. The S. A. J. C. Bules shall be strictly adhered to. T. WILSHERE MORRIS, _ Hon.8éë.
POST OFFICE ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
POST OFFICE ORDERS. For sums If payable in.South Australia ........7. Other Australian Colonies ") Tasmania, orNcw Zealand > United Kingdom, India, pr V . Cape of Good Hope .j ? Germany or Switzerland Hongkong Not ' exceeding £2 s. ». 0 6 r o 1 o Above £2, and not exceeding £5. a. v. 0 6 1 o: 2 ' 6 4 0. 3 0 Above £5,\. and not exceeding I £7. S. ,D. 1 0 2 O' 3 6 6 0 4 0 No Single Order can bo grautod for moro than £10.
The North Australian. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
garfil ^nsfralwn. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20. THE last quarterly report of the Northern Territory, compiled by the late Acting Government Resident (G. R. McMinn, Esq..), has just been published in Adelaide. The report itself we do not consider a favorable one as far as it bears npon the ad- vancement of the country-not that Mr. McMinn has mentioned anything that is not strictly in accordance with fact, bnt because circumstances appear to have affected the Territory to such an extent that a better re port could hardly be expected. To railway matters we had looked as a means by which the Territory would have been enabled to show a more prospérons quarter than had hitherto been published, but we were hasty in considering that the permanent survey of the line would have been completed and tenders advertised long before this. Speaking of the pastoral interest, Mr. McMinn says that although no further arrivals of stock have taken place since his last report, yet there are thousands now on th...
POSTAL CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
POSTAL CHARGES. PARCELS. PA EnglandandEuropc 6d¿oz 4oz., 4d I China ... ... 6 è 4 I Singapore direct... G $ &lt;. 4. 4 i " viaHougkongls., £ 4 4 Java direct ... 6 £ 4 4 1 ." via Hongkong ls. £ 4 4 I Victoria... ... 2 £ 1 4 New South Wales 2 i 1 4 Queensland ... 2 £ 1 -4 Tasmania ... 2 1 4 South Australia . 2 -2-; Jr r. .. i I West Australia... 2 -i- 1 4 New Zealand ... 2 i 4 .1
SHIPPING. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
SHIPPING. ARRIVED Jone 16-The A. C. J. & S. Co's. s.s. Naples, Captain Thom, from southern ports. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Dutton, Mrs. ! Dewar, Messrs. Allison, and Zanier; Cargo -14 tons general merchandise.-Adcock | Bros., agents. June 17-The E. & A. Co's. s.s. Catter- thun, Captain Craig, from southern ports. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Foelsche, Miss M. Foelshe, Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Deane, Captain Miller and serrant, Messrs. Hudson, Billyard, Gorlock, Jaso. Cargo 260 tons general merchandise, and 40 horses.-V. V. Brown agent. SAILED. June 16-The A. C. J. & S. Co's. s.s. Naples, for Hongkong. Passengers-7 Chinese.-Adcock Bros., agents. June 19-The E. & A. Co's. s.s. Catter- thun, for Hongkong. Passengers-one Malay, and 5 Chinese. Cargo-one box E. E. T. Co.-V. V. Brown agent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
P. ß. ALLEN & CO, IMPORTEES AND General Storekeepers, J^t(hell.^(rt^t palmerston, HAYE JTJST RECEIYED THE FOJJ^WINQ GOOPS ; Oaten Hay Tomato Sauce Maize Tinned liTuits Bran Tea in Half-Chests Apple» Flour Lemon» - - * L ' Prugs Oranges. Ironmongery Potatoes; Confectionery Onions Çlay Pipes Butter Tobacco Cheese * Candles Paeon Pickle» Honey Bitters Jams, Hardy's S.A.. Wines ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF drapery, and Gents' Summe; Clotting |H All FATTEBirS, HATS. HATS. HATS» P« E. ALLEN & ?4XMERSTON & SOUTHPORT.. FREDK. GRIFFITHS, XML Earclwaje Merchant AN» NIIT GENERAL IMPORTER, Port Darwin & Ine Beefs. The following Goods must l& SOLD FOB CASH to. make roomforfresh goods arriving Ex S.S. Woosnng* 45 Gases Galvanised Iron* 26»., 5 to 8 feet, at £26 per ton.. 5 " " " ,y 9 feet, at. £27 per ton.. 5 Tons Harts' Superfine floor, at £1,6 per ton.. ? « 140 Cases South Australian Wines* specially selected, viz. AULDANA WINES^-Pints, Per Dozen Reisling, 18e. ...
NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. THIRD ANNUAL MEETING ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 29TH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. THIRD ANNUAId MEETING ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 29TH, 1884. PATBON-The Hon. John Langdon Parsons, «T.P., Government Resident. PRESIDENT : V. V. Brown, Esq, JUDGE : E. Y. Harvey, Esq. OoxüCTTEB : J. W. Johnston, C, K- Gray Craig.E. Marker, O. F. C. Reichardt, R. Y. Harvey, W. H. Smith, W. W. Lawrie, and J. Pickford. STEWARDS: V. V. Brown, C. K. Gray Craig, J. C. Hillson, E. P. Hopewell, J. W. Johnston, W. Lawrie, and E. Marker.
Yam Creek and Katherine, [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
Yam Creek and Katherine; (by packhorse). UP MAIE.-Leaves Tam Creek on Tues- day at 5a.m.; Port Darwin Camp, same day, 6 a.m.; Twelve Mile, same day, ll a.m.; arriving at Pine Creek, at e p.m., and Katherine on Thursday, at 5 p.m. DOWN MAIL.-Leaves Katherine on Saturday, 6 a.m.; Pine Creek, Monday, 5 aim.; Twelve-Mile, same day, 12.10 p.m.; Port Darwin Camp, same day, 5.10 p.m.; arriving at Yam Creek at 6 p.m.
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN FIXTURES. May 29-At Lord's, against Gentleman of England. June 2-At Derby, against Eleven of England. June 5-At Manchester, against Lancashire. June 9-At Bradford, against Yorkshire. June 12-At Nottingham, against Notts. June 16-At Cambridge, against the University. June 19-At Manchester, against North of England. June 23-At Clifton, against Gloucestershire. June 26-At the Oval, against Gentlemen of Eng- land. June 30-At Sheffield, against Players of England. July 3-At Birmingham, against Midland Counties. July 7-At Liverpool, against Liverpool District. July JO-At Manchester, against England. July 14-At Leicester, against Leicestershire. July 17-At Huddersfield, against Yorkshire. July 21-At Lord's, against England; July 24-At Brighton, against Sussex. July 28-At Sheffield, against Yorkshire. July 31-At the Oval, against Players of England. August 4-At Canterbury, against Kent. August 7-At Hastings, against Hastings District. August ll-At Oval, against England. Au...
GENERAL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
GENERAL. MISCELLANY^. [ Brisbane- FTGABO is bewg well looked! alter in>ooQD£ctioii with, the libel action for . ' damages which is about to be* brought against it. Drer £200 has already bien» subsctibed in Brisbane for its defence. ii sculling match for- £200* aside and the championship of Australia has been, arranged to come off in August between Laycock, and Beach .." A terrible murder and suicide-is repotted! from. Paluunalows, in New South Walesa On June 5th a man called Jack Brady shot a young mau named Pearce dead» and, fail- ing to nod, two-other men whom, he- wished n> shoot, he then shot himself. In the match Australians v. Man* ehester, Giffen, the Adeuuderepresentativc, bowled three- wickets, down in.thnae succès» sire balls.. Edward Trickett^ ex-champion sculler of the world has arrived at Hockluuuptoa (Queensland), with his wife aud family, and intends settling dora there for good, i The quantity of sugar exported from Queensland during the past season,: rp to [ M...
Southport and Twelve-Mile. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
Southport "and Twelve-Mile. . (by coach.) . Tip .MAiL.-'-LcavGä Southport; on Sun- day, at ó a.m.; Bridge " Creek, Monday noon; Port DarwinCanip,Monday, 5 p.m.; Yami Creek, 6 p.m:;. arrives at Twelve Mile at8 p.m. ; ; I ' DOWN -'MAII.-Leaves the Twelve-Mile j :at 4 a.m., - on Tuesday ; Yam . Creek, same day, 5 a.m., Port Darwin :. Camp,, same day,iG a.m.;; Bridge Creek, same day, ll a,m., arriving, at Southport; on Wednesday, at 6 p.m. . ( ' ! :'
OPEN COLUMN. CHINESE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
OPEN COLUMN. LITT*» to the'Bditor most bo conched in re spectral and simple language - and as concise as possible. In every ease tko writer's name is required, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] CHINESE QUESTION. TOTUEMTOS. DKAB SM,-Your article on " Trade and Labor * denk with a subject of very great importance. The relation which white and coloured labour bears to each ether, and the extent to which the coloured nat. is to be allowed to labour, are questions in which the whole of North Australia is deeply interested. Personally, I am strongly in favor of " Australia for the Australians, " and &> the utmost extent that is practicable would like to see only white men em- ployed ; but we have to deal with the stubborn ntcts of latitude and climate. We have to rcmombui that a» far as luhastauBBv m eas^anmed we are in 12* south latitude and 10" wrthm the tropics. If wa take the places which tie in 12 * N. and 12* a ktitodea we get very va...
Telegraphic News. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) ADELAIDE. JUNE 20 [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
Telegraphic News. (FBOM OOE OWH OOÊOUÊKmDKn) ADELAIDE. Jun 20 The Dake of Mtjyhmter arrived .berehmt week* rad » «A pieetint the gurt of Hu Gorer nor. The Dake ie one of «at Euglah syndicate that has recently acquired a large tract of pastoral ccuntry in the Northern Territory. Splendid rains hewe fallen all over the colony, and the pastoral and agricultural prospects are consider* ably changed A shock of earthquake was felt at the Blinman on Wednesday. John Mitchell, formerly Doffield's partner at Gawler, died on Wednes- day night last. The English mail is expected early to-morrow. The unemployed are now getting work in the country districts. A great improvement is taking place in the Woodside gold mines. The new Government is as follows :--Colton, Chief Secretary; Kingston, Attorney-General; Coles, Minister for Crown Lands ; Rounse- vell, Treasurer; Playford, Minister of Works ; -Baker, Minister of Eda cation. Business is dull at present, bnt distant prospects are brightening. The...
CONTRADICTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
CONTRADICTION. TO THE EDITOE. SIB,-On reading the N. T. TIMK« of Saturday last, I vas somewhat sur- prised at seeing in one of ita local articles in reference to "Mr. Hopewell's successful efforts to produce ice,^ that I HAD XOTBINO WHATEVER TO DO WITH THC PRODUCTION Or IT IN AXT SHAT* OK FORM. THAT HONOR If SOLELY DUE T0> Ma. REICHARDT." AS this is only another of the many vindictive attacha made by that journal on private people^ I would pass tim remarks with the con- tempt they deserre ; hut aa there mays be a possibility at some future dat» of the N. T. TIMES finding its way to one of the centres of civilisation in the southern colonies, I feel that in justice to myself I am compelled to flatly con- tradict the assertion, and at the same time mention (merely for the benefit of the editor of the N. T. TIMES, who evi- dently does not go beyond his back door for information, and to whom truth seems to be only a SECONDARY CON- SIDERATION, and spoken by accident) that if he can sa...