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EXPORT CUSTOMS DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

EXPORT CUSTOMS DUTY. A Duly of I.s. per ounce of Gold shinped or carried from Port Darwin is payai 1 « at the Custom House, where entries will Lc tuleen free of charge. Persons found on steamers with gold in their possession, not having paid duty, are liable to fine and forfeiture of the gold.

Publication Title: North Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
GOLD POSTAGE, INLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

GOLD POSTAGE, INLAND. Parcels containing gold not exceeding filbs weight are carried by mail once every fortnight under Escort. Rate of postage charged is id per ounce, and every parcel must be registered,

Publication Title: North Australian
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POSTAL CARDS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

POSTAL CARDS. ETC. Postal Cards, ls. dozen. Stamped addresses for papers -id. each.

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

MOVEMENTS, . Thc s.s. Menmuir left Hongkong on tko 26th for Port Darwin. The s.s. Venice arrived at Newcastle on (he 22ud from Melbourne. Thc s.s. Taiwan, from Hongkong, ar» rived at Brisbane on. thc 21st. The s.s. Tannadice, from Hongkong, arrived at Sydney on the 22nd. She left Port Darwin at the same time as tho Taiwan.' : ? ? Thc s.s. Woo Sung, one of tho- Çhina Navigation" Ca's boats, left Hongkong on Soptcinber 25th for Port Darwin and southern ports.

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POST OFFICE ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

POST OFFICE 01.DEI.S. For sums If payable in South Australia . Other Australian Colonies > Tasmania, orNewZealnnd ) United Kingdom, India, or \ Capo of Good Hope .) Germany or Switzerland HoimkoiUi . Above £2, Not and not exceeding exceeding I £1 £3. 8. V. 0 <; 1 0 1 0 1 Ü 2 <; i o :3 0 Above £'5,|. and not exceeding £7. s. 1). 1 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 G No Single Order eau bo granted for more than £10.

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 24TH SEPTEMBER. (Before J. G. Knight, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

POLICE COURT. MOSDAY, 24TH SEPTEMBER. . (Before J. G. Knight, Esq., S.M.) ASSAULT.-Ah Tong, was charged on the information of Police-Constable G. ? Cornell with assaulting one"Ali Hup. Ah Hup, sworn, said : I saw prisoner yesterday in Kavanagh-strect about noon ; asked prisoner for 2s. 6d I lent him ; he swore at me ; he said " You 1)-r, I will let you sec what you are going to do "; prisoner struck rae, and another man named Quon Ali Yin came find caught hold of mc ; prisoner bit me by the ear, taking a piece off; prisoner .jstruck mc first and afterwards I struck him ; I did not swear at prisoner. . ' Lem Sue, sworn, said: I heard Ali Hup ask prisoner for 2s. 6d ; prisoner said he hadn't it; they swore at one another and commenced to fight ; thc prisoner first struck Ah Hup ; prisoner bit Ah Hup on thc ear. TL. J. Morice, Colonial Surgeon, sworn, said : The informant, Ah Hup, - came to my house yesterday and showed that part of the lobe of thc left ear was taken off; there was ano...

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POSTAL CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

POSTAL CHARGES. LETTERS* PARCELS. PAPERS I EnglandandEuropc (Jd hoz 4oz., 4d. -i ? China ... ... Ci 4 4 A Singapore direct... tí A 4 4 i ,, via Hongkong ls., .V 4 4 Java direct ... tí !r 4 4 ¿ ., via Hongkong ls. "V 4 4 .V Victoria.. 2 I 1 4 i New Soutli Wales 2 i 1 4 i (Queensland ... 2 i- 1 4 i Tasuiania ... 2 .V 1 4 I V South Australia 2 í i I- I West Australia... 2 .V Í 4 i New Zealand ... 2 A 4 1 1

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THUSDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER. (Before J. G. Knight, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

TüEßCAY, 25th SEPTEMBER. (Before J. G. Knight, Esq., S.M.) IiARCEXY.-John Seavers was charged with stealing one jersey iacket, the pro- perty of T. R. Marsh. T- R. Marsh, sworn, said: I am master of the steam launch Athol ; re- member Sunday, 23rd inst; prisoner was a passenger in the launch to Port Darwin ; he landed there ; I had the jersey produced that day ; it is my pro- perty; its value is about 15s. ; it was on board the Athol, alongside the boiler ; when defendant went on shore he left his swag on board and part of a bottle of gin, ; the jersey was not near his swag ; I had the pair of trowscrs produced, they wcro left on board ; prisoner had no right to take cither them or- thc jersey ; saw prisoner yes- terday and asked him if ho had taken his swag ; he said no, that one of thc men from the barque Arcadia had taken them for him ; I told him my jersey had been taken and asked him to return it ; he said he would do so ; he did not re fjurn it ; I saw it on. board the Arcadia...

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Cable Messages. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

Cable Messages. (Same and Address countod in Message) To England, Ireland, and Scotland, for cadi word . los. 8d. " Hongkong . 8 1 " Singapore . 5 7 " New Zealand, ten words, 14s. (id. every additional word. ls. 4d.

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COUNTRY MINING AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

COUNTRY MINING AND GENERAL NEWS. At Snaddcn's Creek Mr. Daniels' lint was broken into by blackfellows, but the contents, being only tin ore, were not considered palatable enough for the thieves. A Chinaman in the neighbourhood of the Twelve-Mile has been bitten in the thigh by a : snake and since died from ] the effects (the Chinaman, not the snake). Thc last parcel of 7 tons Scwt of tin ore shipped to Sydney for the No. 2 Tin Company by V. L. Solomon and Co. realised at the rate of about £55 per ton. Mr. Cruikshank is reported to have sent samples of the Howley tin lode to England with the intention of forming an English company to work the ground. Mr. Humphries and Mr. James John- ston are both reported to be seriously ill. How long our up-country residents are to be left without any medical man is a question being asked almost daily. Six hundred ore bags have been for- warded to Mr. Littlefield at the Twelve Mile this week. The bags are for tl» conveyance of 30 tons of silver ore...

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TELEGRAPHIC CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

TELEGRAPHIC CHARGES. EVERY ACDITIONAL TO ANY STATION IN 1ST 10 WORDS WORD. Victoria ... 8s ... 8(1 Non- South Wales 8s ... 8tl Queensland ... 9s ... Dd Tasmania ... 10s ... l()d West Australia 8s ... 8d South Australia Gs ... Gd

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Southport and Twelve-Mile. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

Southport and Twelve-Mile. (by-conch.) UP MAM.-Leaves Southport ou Sun- day, at 5 a.m.; Bridge Creek, Monday noon ; l'ort Darwin Camp, Monday, 5 p.m.; Yam Creek, <> p.m.; arrives at Twelve Mile at 8 p.m. Dows MAH..-Leaves thc Twelve-Mile at 4 a.m., onTuesdej*; Yam Creek, same day, 5 a.iu., Port JJai wiu Camp, same day, (5 a.m.; Bridge Creek, same day, ll îi.m., arriving at Southport on Wednesday, at 0 p,iu. Yam Creek and Katherine, (by xiackhor.se). UP MAIL.-Leaves Yam Creek on Tues- day at 5 a.m.; l'ort Darwin Cam]), same day, 0 a.m.; Twelve Mile, same day, ll a.m.; arriving at Pine Creek; at (5 xi.ni., and Katherine ou Thursday, at 5 p.m. Dowx MAIL.-Leaves Katherine on Saturday, 0 a.m.; Pine Creek, Monday, 5 a.m.; Twelve-Mile, same day, 12.10 p.m.; Port Darwin Camp, same day, 5.10 p.m.; arriving at Yam Crock at (J ii.ui.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

SHIPPING. AUMVED. September 22nd-Thc E. and A. Co's. Catterthun, 3000 tons, Captain F. Binstead, from Sydney. Passengers : Captain Darko and Mr. Hill. <i0 tons cargo, and 9 short- horn bulls and 5 entires for Messrs. Fisher and Lyons.-V. V. Brown, agent. September 28th-G. B. Stevens and Co's Suez, aOOOtons, Captain Ainslie, from Hongkong, li tons cargo, ll Chinese passengers.-Adcock Bros., agents. SAILED. September 23rd-The E. and A. Co's. Catterthun, 3000 tons, Captain F. Bin. stead, for Hongkong. Passengers; 5 Chinese.-Y. V. Brown, agent. September 28th-G. R. Stevens and Co's. Suez, 3000 tons, Captain Ainslie, for Sydney. Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. Ecklin and Mr. E. J. McKenzie, saloon, and Messrs. J. Lettish, J. McLuskic, T. Buckley, C. Johnston, and W. Thomas, steerage.-Adcock Bros., agents.

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PUBLIE INFORMATION. MAILS. Port Darwin and Southport. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

PÜJ5LIC INEOratATIQN. MAILS. Port Darwin and Southport. (I)}- steamer). TJr MAU-.-Leaves Port Darwin on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 1 p.m., and arrives at'Southport same days ai" J. j»> p.m. Dows MAH..-Leaves Southport on Sunday, Tuesday, mid Thursday sit 7 a.m., and arrives at l'órt Darwin same days at Ï0.3U ii.ni.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

HOLLOWAYS PILLS j/JttlîNDOF ALL. Impurities of the Blood. These wonderful Pills are valuable at tlie lui m blest hearths as well as in the house of comfort and wealth. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole system without disordering the nat ural ac I ion of «113- organ and eradicate tho.se germs of complaints which consign tens ot; thousands fo au carly grave. Indigestion., Bilious Complaints, anti Sick Headaches. Nfl organ in the human body is as liable to disorder as the liver, and ifone is more ajit, when neglected, to become seriously diseased. Jíemeinber when nausea, flatulency, or acidify on the stftinach waru lis that indigestion is not proceeding pro-, perly, that Hoiio,way"s Pills regulate every function, give strength to every organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, bile, and sick headache, and effect a per- manent cure. Weakness and Debility. In case of debility, languor and nervous, ness generated by excess of any kind, whether mental or physic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

AUSTRALIAN MUTUA L l'H O VI Jj E JSÎ T SOU I E T Y. ESTA ULIS n ED 1S49. Head Office-87 Pitt-Street^ .Sydney: Queensland Branch Office-130 Queen Street Brisbane. Queensland Board: Hon. J. S. Tm ?ncr, M. L. C. Chairman. Kcarscy Cannan, Esq., M. lt. C. S., Deputy-Chairman James E. Garrick, Esq,, Q. C., M. L. A. L. A. Bernays, Esq., P. L. S., F. R. G. S. Hon. E. B. Forrest, Esq., M. L. C. South Australian Branch-91 King William St., Adelaide. LOCAL HOARD OF DIRECTORS. The Hon. Alexander Hay, M. L. C., Chairman. William Gosse, Esq., M. D., Deputy Chairman. The Hon. Maurice Salom, M. L. C. Thc Hon. Sir Henry Ayers, K. C. M. G., M. L. C. The Hon. Sir Wm. Morgan, K. C. M. G., M. L. C. Medical Officers: J. D. Thomas, Esq., M. D. J. C. Vorcoe, Esq., M. D. Resident Secretary:-Joseph Herring. 50,000 Members. £900,000 Annual Revenue. Invested Funds Exceed Four Mil- lions Three Hundred Thousand Sterling. Last Tear ofthe Qninqueniuni Policies elïected duiing the year 1883 ?will participate in thc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

v.'s, oE graaS inaq a'.I remand us, VVo u.i't moka oar li ya.s áublime 5 And denning leave ¡i.-hiad us li'ourprints oil tho sand.-; of ti'nc,M aboya js read with great interost ; I - Dy tillman ls of jMuiig' mon. It! Inspires them wi til IDpe. f'.ii- tho hrighç j je..!p,HqE youth f!it»ro is no such word as j fan.. Alas! sap many, this is correet-is jcuc with regard to the youth \:ho has never abused i'«s strength-añil'to. the man >vho has nevtn; h.Lvn " passion's " slave. But to. that youth-to that man, who, has yielded himself up to. thc temporary sweet allurements of yiee, who. has'given unbridled license tq his passions, to'him fhe abure lines iu;a but as a reproach, what hope caa he have? What aspira, fions? What chance ô.f ieayiiig Iiis foot- prints on, the rands of time? For him, .alas, Uun-V is nought but dark despair and so.!E reproach fora lost life. For a man to leave Iiis footprints oil thc sands of time, he must be endowed with a strong (irain and nervous power. He mu...

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NEWS IN A NUT-SHELL (FROM OUR LATEST FILES) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

NEWS IN A NUT-SHELL (FROM OUR LATEST FILES) A fine spring of fresh water lias been cut at Stephenston, 247 miles north of Adelaide, by the boring party, at a depth of 205 feet. During the past month the Sydney Customs duties have been £122,577, thc largest amount ever received in one month. Thc Chinese Government has sent reinforcements of troops to Canton and thc neighbouring town of Whampoa. Thc foreign missionaries have lied from thc city. A distressing occurrence is reported from thc Manning River. Mr. Jno. Morton, of Dumaresq Island, while out shooting the other day, accidentally shot his brother dead. A shock nf (Earthquake was felt at Dubbo, and on the Macquarie, New Soutli Wales, at half-past two o'clock on Monday, 3rd September. The direc- tion of thc wave was from cast to west. Thc vibration lasted a quarter of a minute. Intelligence from Fiji states that the chief oilicer of the schooner Albatross, Thomas Killeen, and a seaman, Avho left thc vessel while anchored off the ...

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CHENESE LABOR QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

CHINESE LABOR QUESTION. To TiiJî EDIIOK. SIR,-Eb ono can help noticing the steady progress that the Chinese herc are making towards a monopoly of all work, ami, I may add, trade of the Northern Territory ; and I think it is high time that the subject of Chinese immigration to this colony was ven- tilated. I am not going to attempt a solution of this vexed question, as it would occupy too much space, but I wish to call the attention of thc public to one fact, which has a serious bearing on the subject. It is already known in the southern colonies that about a million (¿61,000,000) of money has been voted for thc construction of public works in the Northern Territory during the next year or so. This being the case, I have no doubt but that a con- siderable number of European workmen will be attracted to the place ; but be- fore this presumed influx of population sets in I think it only fair that the government should give sonic idea of what class of labour they intend em- ploying, and...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 September 1883

To HIE EDITOK. SIR,-In looking over the last files of the South Australian papers I notice that on the Estimates for 1SS3 appears a sum of fifteen hundred pounds (¿£1500) for gold-field bonuses Can you inform nie if this amount, or a portion, is to be ottered as a bonus for s lluvial dis- coveries in the NORTHERN TERRITORY. PROSPECTOR. -Yours, &c, [Hie papers containing' thc article you mention have hoon mislaid, hut we believe a portion of the amount will be devoted to the N.T.-ED.]

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