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SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 8 August 1874

SKIPPING. AHRIVED. Wednesday, August 5.-VIDAR, screw steamer, 2(-6 tons, Captain Harrow, from Singapore, July 22ud. Passengers-Captain Doug as, Dr. Guy, Mr Daniel W. Gott, Mr. Clipperton, and Sir. Browning in the cabin ; and 187 coolies in the steerage. MISCELLANEOUS. The Vidar caine in sight early Wednesday morning, when Dr. Millner, why is .Health Officer and Immigration Agent, proceeded on board. He found that there was no sick- ness of any importance on board, and there- fore, as soon as he had examined the coolies they were landed A part of the six month's provisions was at the same time shipped on board the Flying Cloud, and sent to South- port.

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Speech-Making in Congress. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 8 August 1874

Speech-Making m Congress. The style of much of the speaking shows that the prayer-meeting and thftplay-house have been its nurseries. Those who have taken play-actors as models, are inflated, emphatic, and ; ¿painfully slow. Such members say : ?' " Mr. Speaker, I ask leave to intro- duce a bill," as if the utterance were a startling truth thit had never burst upon the world before'. They have the theatrical gags and vulgarities, and say che-yld for child, me for my, with much basso profundo, swelling and posing. Such pretensions pro- mise much, and always fall short. Those who have taken the class leader and the preacher as their models are also unpleasant speakers. There is, and has been, a tendency in certain of the priesthood to run into a nasal sniffling tone in the exercise of spiritual functions, under the mistaken notion that it adds solemnity to the words. This in- fluence is very perceptible in Con fressional speaking, and sometimes ecomes so marked that we expect a speaker...

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Up-Country Jottings. (From our own Cnrreppondent.) Sandy Creek, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 8 August 1874

Up-Country Jottings. (From cur own Cnrreppondent.) Sandy Cieck, July 26. I have just returned from atrip to the Union and am quite satisfied that as soon as a battery gets to work there we will hear of some smart crushing;. At present there is really ve ry little actual work being done, as some of the claims being in litiga- tion no one seems inclined to do his neighbor's woik. There are at pre- sent about 40 persons on the ground, most of whom have an interest either in the Union or Lady Alice. Whilst here I had a look over the both lines of reef, and saw some splendid shows. The best stone (barring the prospec- tors) that I saw raised was on No. 3 North Union, owned by Messrs. Shakes, Cornelius, & Co., and which I believe is in the Adelaide maiket. It is to be hoped that some of those poor unfortunate shareholders of Adelaide who lost so heavily pre- viously will invest in this company, as it is without doubt a very valu- able property, and will If properly managed be a di...

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT—PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5. (Before Mr. Price, S.M., Hon. Thos. Reynolds, and Mr. Gardiner, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 8 August 1874

LAW COU LITS. LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. WEDXESDAY, AUGUST 5. (Before Mr. Price, S.M., Hon. Thos. Reynolds, and Mr. Gardiner, J.P.'s. ) Starn v. Hanley.-Claim for £25, on account of breach of contract. Mr. Smith for the plaintiff, and Mr. Rudall for the defendant. ? David Starn, the plaintiff said he entered into a written agreement with the defendant to go into part- nership with him as bakers, but he broke the agreement and left him on the 12th June, saying that he would join with the other baker, which caused witness to shut up, as he did not understand the business himself. There were two tons of flour then on hand, which had to be sold, and the business was ruined. It was well worth £30. Witness was then thrown out of employment, which was a loss of about £3 per week. By Mr. Rudall-The £3 per week each would depend upon whether the business was properly managed. It was not well managed, because defendant made the bread bad some- times. Some bread was bad because of bad flour, whic...

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Arrival of Coolies. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 8 August 1874

Arrival of Coolies. The arrival of the steamship Vidar, Captain Barrow, from Singapore, with 187 Chinese coolies, selected by our late Government Resident, Captain Douglas, leads to the solution of probably the most important problem connected with the development and advancement of the Territory. Captain Douglas left Adelaide by the Baroda, P. & O. steamer, on the 23rd of April, arrived at Singapore, via Galle, on the 24th of May, and after a lengthened correspondence by telegraph with the Adelaide Govern- ment, was placed about a month after his arrival in a position to carry out the mission on which he was dis- patched. Availing himself of the advice and assistance of the eminent firm of Messrs. Boustead & Co., and receiving the most, cordial and cour- teous co-operation from the Straits Government, under the administration of the Colonial Secretery, the Hon. J. W. Birch, during the absence at Penang of His Excellency the Gover- nor, Sir Andrew Clarke, K.E., tende...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

The Northern Territory Times. SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE : Per Quarter . 0 6 0 Per Annum . 110 CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING : (Cash Terms, Monthly.) Two lines and under ... Is. Four lines.¡ %&4 Six lines .**3s. One inch . 5s. Every additional line ... 6d. On Advertisements to be inserted 13 consecutive times, a Discount will bo allowed of 10 per cent; on twenty-six times, 20 per cent. Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 3s each. Advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged for, unless the number of insertions wanted be writ- ten plainly on the face of the advertise- ment. Orders to withdraw or alter ad- vertisements must be sent to the office, on or before Wednesday Evening. AGENTS : Adelaide ... Messrs. Byng & Lorraine. "ÏÏÏKL, }"*?»? GMd<>a * *** Southport ... Messrs. J.D.Miller & Co. Printed by.GEOBGE THOMSON CLABKSON for the Northern Territory Newspaper and I Telegraphic Agency Company, Limited.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

H Friend of All. OLLO WAY'S PILLS. How to enjoy Life. Is only known when the blood is pure, its circulation perfect, anti the nerves in good order. The only safe and certain method of expelling all impurities Í3 to take Holloway's Pills, which have the power of cleansing the blood from all noxious matters, expelling all humours which, taint or impoverished it, and thereby purify and invigorate and give general tone to the system. Young or old, robust or delicate, nmy alike experience their bénéficient effects. Myriads affirm that these Pills possess a marvellous power in securing these great secrets of health by purifying and regulating the fluids, and strengthening the solids. Our Mothers and Daughters. The functional irregularities peculiar to the weaker sex are invariably corrected with- out pain or inconvenience by the use of Holloway's Pills. They are the safest and surest medicine for all diseases incidental to females of all ages, and most precious at the turn of life, or whe...

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CALENDAR FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

CALENDAR FOR 1874. JANUARY. FEBRUARY. Sunday .. 4 11 l8 25 S. 1 8 15 22 Monday .. 5 12 19 26 M. 2 9 16 23 Tuesday .. 6 13 20 27 T. 3 10 17 24 Wednesday 7 14 21 28 W. 4 11 18 25 Thursday.. 1 8 15 22 29 T. 5 12 19 26 Friday 2 9 16 23 30 F. 6 13 20 27 Saturday .. 3 10 17 24 31 S. 7 14 21 28 MARCH. APRIL. Sunday .. 1 8 15 22 29 S. 5 12 19 26 Monday .. 2 9 16 23 30 M. 6 13 20 27 Tuesday .. 3 10 17 24 31 T. 7 14 21 28 Wednesday 4 11 18 25 W. 1 8 15 22 29 Thursday.. 5 12 19 26 T. 2 9 16 23 30 Friday 6 13 20 27 F. 3 10 17 24 Saturday .. 7 14 21 28 S. 4 11 l8 25 MAY. JUNE. Sunday .. 3 10 17 24 31 S. 7 14 21 28 Monday .. 4 11 18 25 M. 1 8 15 22 29 Tuesday .. 5 12 19 26 T. 2 9 16 23 30 Wednesday 6 13 20 27 W.3 10 17 24 Thursday.. 7 14 21 28 T. 4 11 18 25 Friday L 8 15 22 29 F. 5 12 19 26 Saturday 2 9.102330 S. 6 13 20 27 JULY. AUGUST. Sunday .. 5 12 19 26 S. 2 9 16 23 30 Monday .. 6 13 20 27 M. 310 17 24 31 Tuesday ... 7 14 21 28 T. 4 11 18 25 Wednesday. 1 8 15 22 29 W.5 12 19 26 Thursday... 2...

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PROCLAMATION. AMENDED REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

PROCLAMATION. AMENDED REGULATIONS. WHEREAS * * granted to Resident, by "The Northern Terri- tory Gold Mining Act, 1873," from 'time to time to make regulations tor the better working of the said Act, And whereas by Proclamation, dated the twenty-sixth day of March, 1874. the Government Resident, amongst other things, ordered and directed that the quantity of land leased should not be less than ten acres : And whereas it hath been represented to the-Government Resident that there are pieces of land of less extent than 'ten acres, called *-pare' ground, and also pieces of land of less than ten acres in extent between claims which can not be leased unless aforesaid Proclamation is amended: It is there- fore hereby ordered and directed 11. That notwithstanding- anything in the aforesaid Proclamation ordered and directed, it shall be lawful for the 3uvernment Resident to grant loases of pieces of land of less extent than ten acres, where such pieces of land shall be shown to be spare gro...

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South Australia. Time Table for Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

South Australia. Time Table for Inland Mails. PALMERSTON & SOUTHPORT LINK, UP MAII,-Palmerston departure, Satur- days, Mondays, and Wednesdays at noon; arrives at ¡Southport same days at G p.m. DOWN MAIL.-Southport departure, Sun- days, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 9 a.ni.; arrives at Palmerston same days at 3 p.m. SOUTHPORT AND PINE CREEK LINE, UP MAIL. Southport departure-Sundays, 5 a.m. Stapleton Creek arrival-Sundays, 6 p.m. Bridge Creek arrival (meeting the Down Mail)-Mondays, 6 p.m. Howley Creek arrival-Tuesday, 8 a.m. Yam Creek East arriviil-Tuesdays, 4 p.m. Sandy Creek arrival-Tuesdays, 5 p.m. Yam Creek Station arr.-Tuesdays, 6 p.m. Union Reef arrival-Wednesdays, li p.m. Pine Creek arrival-Wednesdays, 6 p.m. DOWN MAIL. Pine Creek departure-Sundays, 5 a.m. Union Reef arrival-Sundays, 8 a.m. Yam Creek Station arr.-Sundays, 6 p.m. Sandy Creek arrival-Mondays, 7 a.m. Yam Creek East arrival-Mondays, 8 a.m. Howley Creek arrival-Monday, 4 p.m. Bridge Creek arrival (meeting th...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

Ijoitttop |,qriíorg|,taíi' «JKJM SSUL1 J0Í irinlittjj I ^JBlTOE^gn MITCHELL STREET, PALMSRSTOH. ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF D&O; er^; PLAIN OR FANCY, ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. iJRinipt $pthrg ^Rachine, THE LATEST INVENTION IN POINTING ^VÍACHINEI^Y. COLOBED IHK! »a PAPERS ÄHQ CARDS. NEWEST DESIGNS IN th&>i <*:<5. i.o!ti»Hij(i^U\^^ Workmanship not to beExcelled. POSTERS, HAITD-BILLS, B2&&-H&&&S, (PERFORATED;, C <A.XtX> S, C A n i "~ iNc O" x Sí *£> j &C, &c* ÍSI Hil ffiÜI PPflP fSî ill Bill Eui (¡I Iii ra ra ykfôé n m m Ml UM w¡ Licensed Victuallers Act, 1869-70, clauses Nos. 65,66,67j ready printed. All kinds of Mining Printing and Scrip, executed at the Shortest Notice. Orders from Southport, the Reefs, and other parts of the Northern Territory, promptly executed. REASONABLE CHAEGES.

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Badman v. Caldwell. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

Badman v- Caldwell. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Thank God we have the Press, through which we can appeal from a Palmerston Appeal Court to the higher and more important tribunal of public opinion. Confi- dent in the manliness and love of fair-play inherent in my country- men, I ask them to read impartially and without prejudice- as they would desire others should read any case to which they were parties-the report which has appeared in your paper of the 17th ult., and the additional evidence in the case of Badman against Caldwell which will no doubt be faithfully recorded in your issue of the 8th instant. I then ask any one to consider in what predicament he may find him- self when having to appeal against a decision which he considers wrong to the same Special Magistrate who has already sat aed decided his case, coupled with other two justices, one of whom, I am told, has never been known by the oldest inhabitant to differ in opinion from the ruling of the Special Magistrate, and the other ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Received for Hospital Fund-£1, from Mr. W. Gray ; through Rev. Mr. Bogle. P. McGrath. £1.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

E. DURAND, & CO., IMPORTEES, GENERAL MERCHANTS, CUSTOMS, SHIPPING, AND GENERAL AGENTS, PORT DARWIN. SOUTHPORT, AND THE SHACKLES. Agents for Messrs. M'Meckan, Blackwood, and Co.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

Aji^. rflHE FAIRY, carrying Her 3fiJES X Majesty's Mail, will leave Port Darwin on Saturdays, Mondays, and Wednesdays, at noon. Returning from Southport on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 5 a.m. Accommodation for passengers. fTlHE Al CLIPPER BOAT _1 AMELIA, William Manson, Master, is open to charter tt> convey goods and passengers to Southport. Fishing or Pleasure Parties can hire the boat on reasonable terms. HENRY M Qi 0" R E, AUCTIONEER, MINING AND COMMISSION AGEiXT, $ GROCER. In the last department he has no connec- tion with the LARGE Storekeepers of Palmerston. < £9» Mind the Address HUNTER'S OLD BARK STORE, CAVENAGH-STREET, PALMERSTON. JOHN LINDSAY, MERCHANT AND SHIPPING AGENT, PORT DARWIN. Agent for LLOYDS', LONDON ADELAIDE UNDERWRITERS AND MERCHANTS SHIPPING ASSOCIATION, ADELAIDE MARINE & MERCAN- TILE MARINE ASSURANCE COM- PANIES. ON SALE Tea, Sugar, Tobacco, Salt Flour (Harts), Oatmeal Brandy, Geneva, Rum Colonial Wine (Hardy's) Extract of Meat (...

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Government Gazette. Land Office, Palmerston, August 7, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

^flDíram^nt feettrç. Land Office, Palmerston, August 7,1874. RETURN of Mineral (Maims for- feited, from December 10,1873, to July 10,1874 : Name of Applicant. J. Runnett and A. Starke Abbott and Masters ... Abbott and Masters ... Masson and Abbott ... J. S. Westcott. J. W. Wilson W. D. Uhr Charles Pym B. Butters J. W. Wilson Locality. Pine Creek Pine Creek Pine Creek Daisey Creek Howley Creek Howley Creek Pine Creek Pine Creek Pine Creek Pine Creek 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 640 640 64Q 640 640 80 50 5Q SO 40 Date of Expiry of Licence. December 10,1873 June 3, 1874 June 3, 1874 May 15, 1874 June 3,1874 June 27, 1874 July 10, 1.874 July 10, 1874 July 10, 1874 July 10, 1874. G. B. SCOTT, Government Resident. August 7,1674.

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Pearl Licenses. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

Pearl Licenses. TO TUE EDITOR. Sir-Referring to Mr. Knight's1 letter in your last issue will you kindly permit mc to remark that 1st. I thought, it the right of anv citizen to expose a grievance without being given the direct lie by a civil servant, who would do much better to stud}r his grammar, master his Northern Territory Act, and meditate upon the meaning of a certain notice that appeared in the JV. T. Times ol July the- 3rd. 2nd. That I never advance that which I caunot prove. And lastly, that though I cannot say I over to It groat admiration for the way in which Northern Territory affairs are administered here, yet I never was a member of any "Dis- affected Association." Thanking you for your courtesy in allowing the publication of these few lines in your valuable columns. I am, Sir, Sec, E. DURAND.

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Union Line Reef. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

Union Line Reef. To THE EDITOR. Sir-What the minors want, is fair- play, and as little litigation as possible ; men here are not prepared to be always spending their time and money on lawyers an I litigation. It appears to me that the rule in this country is for lawyers to cause the complaint, and then charge pretty dear for trying- to heal the same ; besides, they get the whole of the fun themselves as a bonus. The mining community of this country don't want to be led into field of blunders by a lawyer. They can general 1}' manage their own a if airs if loft alone. I sho-ild like to see all cases of dispute .settled by arbitration,and no systematic swindling jumping allowed; but if a man don't comply with the rules, such as th y are, let some one else get his claim who will. But mobing of any kind, particularly in jumping", should not be recognised. I have no doubt this very impor- tant field will go ahead some clay, but it is very slow at present. I think this district requires th...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent) SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, August 14. The miners' disclaimers of Smith's alarmist statements have been offi- cially announced. The North and South Eleanor Companies and the Standard ( and Edel Marie are being liquidated with a view of reforming as amalgamated Company. The report of failure of water in neighborhood of principal crushers ia considered very discouraging. Major Warburton is gone to Eng- land. NEW ZEALAND. Sir James Fergusson has resigned the Governorship of New Zealand, and is to be succeeded by the Mar«, quis ot Normanby. FRANCE. PARIS, August 12. Marshal Bazaine has escaped from prison. PINE CREEK, August 10. [From Captain Phillips to Editor of N. T. TIMES.] Crushed 45 loads Standard stone ; retorted gold 60 ounces, 16 penny- weights. Crushed 16 loads South Eleanor; retorted 15 ounces of gold.

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Pine Creek. (From a Correspondent.) Pine Creek, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 15 August 1874

Fine Creek. (From a Correspondent.) Pine Creek, August 1. A young man named J>\ C. Scott, and a colored Frenchman (a sailor) left the Union intending to go to Pine Creek on last Saturday, July 25, but got bushed. They wandered about ever since until this morning, when they turned up at the Telegraph Company s camp, looking rather woe- begone and hungry. They had no- thing with them except a gun, and they told me they had nothing to eat during the whole of the six or seven days except a solitary bird and some cabbage palm tops. From what I could learn no enquires were made about the men by their late employers, and the poor fellows might have perished and no one would have known anything about them had they not luckily struck Pine Creek by accident this .morning.

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