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The Pine Creek Prospecting and Mining Company. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

The Pine Creek Prospecting and Mining Company. . A meeting of Directors of the above Company was held at Hopewclls Hotel on Monday evening, June 24. Present: Messrs. Beresford (in- the chair), Elphick, and Mayhew. The Secretary reported having inter- viewed Thomas Gash, and gave particu- lars of same. Various applications for position of working miner were received, and after discussion it was decided that the offer of Thomas Gash be accepted, and that the arrangements made with him .by the Secretary be confirmed. It was also decided to write to Mr. Gash and instruct him to send down a report to the Directors informing them what he proposed to do in the way of working the claims ; and that he should also make weekly reports to the Directors as to thc progress made upon the claims. It was decided that the funds of thc Company, be paid into their credit at the E. S. and A. C. Bank, and should be operated upon only by two Directors, countersigned by tho Secretary, and that the expenses...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Queensland. Brisbane, Jane 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, Jane 27. The owners and employees in the Queensland coal mines have asked the Government to impose a prohi- bitive duty ou all outside coal, and ;to take measures to compel all subsi- dized steamers to use Queensland coal. - The request has beon refused. Horseflesh as an article of food is said to be becoming popular in many parts of England- more from necessity than choice-and . a Bill was recently passed through tho'House of Commons requir- ing the registration of all places wherein it is sold.;" In France the increasing consumption of horseflesh is looked upon as matter for congratulation, as "supplying a cheap, wholesome, and nutritious food to the working popula- tion." The innovation is regarded with disfavour by the greater portion of the English Press. One paper "mournfully remarks-" To all lovers of a horse the practice referred to must be most repul- sive," but adds, rather selfishly, " at all events the practice can never become fashionable outside* ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

Government Gazette. M I N E RAL LICENCES. Land Office, Palmerston, May 7 th., 1839. THE following Mineral"Lioenoes will be treated as waste lands of the Crown miles* an application for renewal is lodged in this office within ono month from dat« of expiry. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. Name of Applicant. Local i tv. \Y. \V. Andrews O. H. Rogers ! P. Heyda R. ar. Stow I G. M'Keddie S. T. Brown H. W. H. Stevens A-R. M. Stow do do J. C. D. Jones J. Frayne and E. Nunn J. Pickford H. ll. Adcock J. C. Ilillson J. Fleming P. C. McDonald C. J. D. Lynott R. Thomas & I Daniels do do D. Daniels ' E. Corhett J. G. Knight J. Cleland, C. Pfitzner' J. Keenan II. V. Lawson C. Driscoll W. K. Griffiths V. V. Brown E. Connelly Howlev District \lo Daly River N. of Mount Hayward Near Mt. Shoobridge Hundred of Selwyn Daly River N. of Mount Hayward Near Mount Shoobridge. do clo do Hundred of Hushes, do do do Mc Arthur River Near Mount Gardinar McArthur River E. of Mount Wells do clo N.N....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

PORT DARWIN BAKERY. (Established 187-t.) PROPRIETOR : Alfred A, Lewis. A. A. L. has a pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Palmerston that he has always on hand Superior Plain & Taney Bread, HOT BOLLS & SCONES, CAKES OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS. A Splendid Assortment of Peak, Frean »fe Co's. Biscuits Direct from London. ASSAYING. T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSAYER FOE THE PALMERSTON BANK?) GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. Licensed Surveyors, Land, Mining, AND General Commission Agents, Palmerston & Burrundie. Plans Prepared, Tracings made, and all business connected with Mineral Lands executed with Despatch, 18-tc Northern Territory Racing Club. SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. SATURDAY, JULY 20TH, 1889. PATHOS-The Hon. J. L. Parsons, S.M., Government Resident. PRESIDENT : V. V. Brown, Esq, COMMITTEE : Messrs. V. V. Brown, J. T. Bull, J. J. Symes, J. Pickford, J. C. Hillson, E V. Brown, A. G. Beresford, V. L. Solomon, T. O'Connor, J. Keenan, S. T. Brown,B.D.Beresford, W.Wedd J. J. Lawrie, a...

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Port Darwin Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

Port Darwin Cricket Club. The annual general meeting of the ] above Club was held at tho Club Hotel on Wednesday evening. Present : Messrs. Mayhew (in the Chair) E. V. Brown, W. Griffiths, Wedd, R. Pickford, Cooper, Wilkie, R. D. Beresford, Horsey, and Marchant. Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. W. Griffiths was unanimously elected hon. secretary for the ensuing season. It was resolved to request the Hon. J. L. Parsons to continue as patron of ] the Club, and also to request Mr. J. A. G. Little to continue to be president. A ballot for committeemen resulted I in the following being elected : Messrs. Wedd, R. D. Beresford, Mayhew, Elphick, and Wilkie. Messrs. Mayhew, Wedd and Cairns were chosen a match committee. It was resolved that the existing entrance fee be done away with, and that the charge to become a member in future be one guinea. Resolved, with regard to all future trophies, that unless otherwise specified thc second and third conditions of the Foochow, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

THE ls AME OF M. MOBS £ 00. f|| WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. " THE PUREST STIMULANT I IN THE WORLD. XS ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE WOLFED SCHNAPPS ¡sargent relief of Rheumatism, infinitely superior to brandy or w hisky. Invigorate the system with "Wolfe's Scnapps, the purest stimulant in the world. Wolfe's Schnapps strengthens and braces np the system against disease. Bo sure you obtain Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception to the spirits of. the day. Always ask for "Wolfe's. " Wolfe's Schnapps is the most celebrated tonic and stimulant of this or any age. Be certain that you obtain Wolfe's. There is nothing known better calculated to invigorate the constitution than Wolfe's Schnapps. Wolfe's Schnapps is the purest and best stimulant, tonic, diuretic at present before tb> world. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Schnapps if you would avoid bilious attacks. The most suitable invigorant, stimulant, and protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain the genuine Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnnpps is the g...

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Miscellaneous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

A Bill for the abolition of the duties levied on coal in the metropolitan police district of Landon has been read a second time in the House of Commons. The Corporation at present derives a clear annual revenue from this source of four and a half millions sterling per annum, and portion of the dues have been imposed since as far back as 1591. Burston and- Stokes, the wall-known English bicyclists, have just completed a tour of 5,5oo miles. They rode across Norway, France, and Germany. The petrified maa reported to have been discovered in a marble quarry near Orange turns out to be a hollow sham ; after hiing very carefully conveyed to thc Sydney Museum, and cleanod of a coating of clay with which it was besmeared, it was found to be a block of marble rudely shaped to resemble a human ligure. Serious defects have been discovered in the two gigantic guns, i lo tons, just completed at the Woolwich arsenal. It is reported tliat wholesale robbery of plant and material is taking place at ...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Government Defeated. The Premier cheered by the crowd. Opposition victory causes a general feeling of Dissatisfaction — Meetings in the country districts. Writs issued against Directors of Commercial Bank. Distress in Melbourne and Sydney. Another Sydney constable shot. Fatal colliery disaster at Newcastle. 10,000 Scotchmendemanding Home Rule. The Transcontinental Railway. South Australia. Adelaide, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

Telegraphic Hews. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Government Defeated. The Premier cheered by the crowd. Opposition victory canses a general feeling of Dissatis- faction- Meetings in the country districts. Writs issued against Direc- tors of Commercial Bank. Distress in Melbourne and Sydney. Another Sydney constable shot. Fatal colliery disaster at Newcastle. lO.OOOScotchmendemanding Home Bale. The Transcontinental Bail way. -<? South Australia. Adelaide, June 27. The introduction of Dr. Cock- burn's no-confidence motion on Friday was the sigual for com- mencement oj one of the longest and most* bitter debates recorded in the history of the South Australian Assembly. Beginning at 2 p.m. on Friday, the wordy battle continued until 5 40 the following morning, when it terminated in a victory for the leader of the Opposition and his party: by the small majority of. three votes. Throughout the debate mutual recriminations were freely introduced. Playford's. reply to the charges, br...

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Victoria. Melbourne, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

Victoria. Melbourne, Juné 27. General Gordon's statue was for- mally unveiled yesterday, the cere- mony being made the occasion for a considerable display of enthusiasm. Several speakers airod their elo- quence, including Major-General Downes, who spoke as General Gordon's old companion-in-arms, and gave his hearers an able descrip- tion of some of the deceased soldier's heroic deeds. The late Francis Ormond, of Mel- bourne, has left bequests to charit- able and other institutions amount- ing in the aggregate to £113,500, the. major portion of the amount going to Ballarat and Geelong. Ormond College receives £40,000, and the Workmens College £10,000. Considerable numbers of unem- ployed- are applying to the Govern- ment for relief. Agg, an accountant in the Vic- torian Law Department who was recently arrested on a charge of em . bezzling the sum of £90, has been discharged from custody owing to the jury being unable to agree. It is stated that the Marquis of Lorne is to be appointed...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Jnno 25-Tlie s.3. Catterthun, from southern ports, with about 400 tons cargo and thc following passengers : Mrs. J. B. Morris, Mrs. Byan. Miss Freeman, Messrs J. Tilbrook, A. Johns, B. Blair, J. B. g^ptemson, I*. Durack, J. Durack, J. Samuels, W. lî. Bailey, Baines, A. Clarke. S. Pitkins, J. Hogarth, J. Proudfoot, C. Copeland, Walsh and six others.-V. V. Brown, agent. June 27-The N.A.T. Co.'s s.s. Adelaide, Captain Edwards, from Macarthur River, via ports. Passengers - Miss Doyle. Messrs. A. Randall, J. Randall, Thomson. No cargo.- Aplin, Brown and Co., agents. June 28 - Thc s.s. Changsha, from Hongkong, with two passengers and loo tons cargo.-Aplin, Brown and Co., agents. MOVEMENTS. The s.s. Airlie left Honkong on the 22nd instant for Port Darwin.

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889. Mr. O. G. Millar is expected to return here towards thc end of next month. Twenty-five passengers arrived hy the Catterthun for this port, and besides a number of Europeans she had over 100 Chinese. A meeting of Directors of the Pine , Creek Prospecting and Mining Company j was held on Monday evening to transact I certain business connected with the forma- tion of the Company. There were present ! Messrs. E. Elphick, R. D. Beresford, G. AV. Mayhew, and the Secretary. Mr. Adam Johns returned by the s.s Catterthun. Tho crushing machiner) which he intended acquiring for the til claim owned by himself and Mr. Saun ders is to arrive later on. Amongst the other passengers were Dr. Ternat (thc successor to Dr. Bovill) and severa others whose names will be familiar. On reliable authority we learn tha thc South Australian shareholders ii the Spring Hill Gold Mining Compan; have purchased thc interests o...

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OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

OPEN COLUMN. LETTERS to thc Editor must be couched in resjwctful and simple- language and as concise as possible. In every case the writer's name is required, uoi necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] TO TUE EDITOR. DEAII SIB,-T am pleased to sec you are agitating for Government assistance in opening up some of the outside dis- tricts. I think it would be money well spent, and as they are now making ad- vances to various companies in the south I don't sec why they should not follow suit here. There is a point in the gold lease regu- lations I would like to see you vcutiiato and that is where it states that on a lease being jumped the Warden shall put it up to auction and the highest bidder shall become the purchaser. Now, this is a very good law for the capitalist and those already holding claims, but it does not give the miner a chance, a3 he knows if he does jump it he will have no show to get it at a public sale. Why not do the same as with any other cla...

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Race Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

Race Notes. At a meeting held lost Saturday the Committee of the Racing Club gave in- structions to have a totalisator manu- factured. Ruby King, thc West Australian horse, should be over towards the end of next week, if he is' eenqng at all. In some quartefs there is an inclination to support him on the off chance. One eager sportsman was readily accommo- dated a few nights back with a wager of ; 60 to 20 about the Ruby Creek Cup winner, and for a horse that we know so little about, to say nothing of his being in another colony, three to one seems very short odds. We would remind licensed victuallers that the right to have a booth on the racecourse on the 20th will be sold on next Friday night. A sweepstakes of £2 each, iu which three hacks competed, came off on the old course on Saturday afternoon last. The distance was half a milo, catch weights. A capital spurt resulted in a win for W. H. Adcock's blk gelding Badger by a head, J. Turner's Elastic Sides second, J. T. Bull's horse...

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SIGNALS AT B.A.T. FLAGSTAFF. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

SIGNALS AT B.A.T. FLAGSTAFF. Telegraph Flag (tricolour) with "B.A.T." in centre-Steamer in sight. I Blue and White Chequered Flag-English1 and Australian mails ready for de livery at Post Office. White Pennant with three red stars, also ' other signub-Private. B flag (small red flag)-Sailing vessel in sight.

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District Council of Palmerston. JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

District Council of Palmerston. JOLY 2. Present- : Ors. II. H. Adcock (Chair- man), V. L. Solomon, T. H. Harwood, ? and G. McKeddie. j Th« minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. I Resolved that Cr. Adcock act as I Chairman for the ensuing year, j J. A. V. Brown was reappointed clerk, collector, ic, to the Council. Two tenders were received for paint- ing, «fee,, the Town Hall, that of Ah Quong, at £36, being accepted. A letter was received from the Secre- tary of the Central Board of Health in reply to the Local Board's telegram re insanitary condition of the gaol, etc., stating that the Central Board were merely the medium of communication without being in the slightest degree responsible for the decision of thc Minister of Education. Outstanding accounts were passed for payment.

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

IÇocal stoics. Dr. Stow left by thu s.s. Catterthun. The first match of the cricket season was played on the Oval on Saturday. Messrs. Rundle Bros. & Co. expect the s.s. Otway here by to-morrow. The escort returns for the last fort- night are 132oz gold. Thursday last was the anniversary of American independence-th« Fourth of July. The steamer Adelaide ia to leave for Wyndham to-day. the 6th-two days in advance of her contract time ! The race ball invitations were sent out on Tuesday last, and are already being freely responded to. Mr. Stevens's trophy Í3 to be shot for this afternoon at the Port Darwin Rifle Club's range. Mr. N. Byrne has secured the con- tract to cart about 200 tons of copper ore from the Wheal Danks mine to thc Daly River lauding. A meeting of the Committee of the Northern Territory Racing Club will be held at the Club Hotel on Friday night next. We understand that thc School Board have under cousi lemtiou a system of improvements which they intend to hav...

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Port Darwin Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

Port Darwin Rifle Club. Mr. Stcvens'a prizo will bo shot for this afternoon at 2.45 o'clock, at thu 400 yards range, this being the fifth competition. The winners to date aro F. C. Ward twice, and ll. E. Chester and J. H. Moody once : the former gentleman now having a back handicap of five points, and the latter two 2 points. Tho prize requires winning throe times before tho competitions aro concluded. 8aiuples of stone from thu Hising Sun gold mine in Western Australia, uesayed iu L-UÙJîl, giwu a. rv'.cr:» of over ll oinioes to the ton.

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APOLOGY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

APOLOGY. To THE EDITOR. SIR-Although I said I would take no further part in any correspondence with Mr. Solomon, still I feel it my duty to apologise for having unwittingly done him an injury. I see by his paper hu accuses me of referring to his banking affairs. This I never intended to do, as I am ignorant of them, and was simply pointing an argument when I queried whether he had ever had his credit stopped, a misfortune which happens to most business men at some period or other of their career. It happened thus. At the meeting 1 pointed out that if thc motion ignoring the Minister, Colonial Surgeon, and G. R. in connection with the Hospital Board was passed, and the Government acceded to our request, they would probably refuse future pecuniary assis- tance. Mr. Solomon, in answer, said "the Government were simply and purely our bankers, who had custody of our revenue and its distribution." In my letter of which Mr. Solomon com plains, I replied : " I agree with him, but has Mr. So...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Royal alliances—Labouchere opposing State grants. Duke of Cambridge summon'd for Assault. Excitement in South Africa— a fight imminent—English and American gunboats dispatched. Trouble in Ireland—two M's F. arrested—Police fire on crowd. Stanley the Explorer. Leprosy scare—"Register" condemns local doctors aad the public meeting. Commercial Bank shareholders opposing prosecution of Directors. Extraordinary gold discovery at Malay Peninsula. Catastrophe at Newcastle. Appointment of Dr. Campbell condemned. South Australia, Adelaide, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

Telegraphic Isws. -? FROM ODR OWN OORttliSPONDEXT Royal alliances-Labouchere opposing State grants. Dake of Cambridge sunimon'd for Assault. Excitement in South Africa a fight imminent-English and Americangunboats dis- patched. Trouble in Ireland--two M's F. arrested-Police fire on crowd. Stanley the Explorer. Leprosy scare- " Register" condemns local doctors aad the public meeting. Commercial Bank share- holders opposing proseen-1 tion of Directors. Extraordinary gold discovery at Malay Peninsula. Catastrophe at Newcastle. Appointment of Dr. Campbell condemned. South Australia, Adelaide, July 4. This morning's REOISTEB coota: a leading article on tho. full text tho late alleged, case of leprosy in 1 Palmerston Hospital, in which it claimed that the fuller particulars hand verifies most conclusively th< previously expressed conviction th uo shadow of blame was attachât to the Colonial Surgeon ; but th tho local medical men, if they wc of opinion, as asserted, that tho rm ...

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