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Sporting Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 9 May 1890

"Sporting Clippings. Late mail news from India shows that Australian bred horses are increasing their already high' reputation in that country from a facing point of view. The result of several recent meetings is given, and the following are a few of the principal prizes secured by nags from thc island continent :-At MozuiTerpore, the Planter's Purse of lTiûOsovs., vron by Exbank ; this was thc richest prize at the inseting-; three other events fell to Australians Paladin, with Ost 101b up, carried olTthe Handicap for all Horses, running the live furlongs in 1m. 4 ls, and beating two crack English horses with a big advantage in their favour in point of weight ; the performance* of this horse in India have been so good that it has been decided that he shall try his luck in England. At Calcutta the Dallunda Stakes ami Kiddrrpore Stakes w«:ro won by a horse named Referee, and thu Pony Stakes by an Australian mare named Jeanette. At 1 Dacca, also, the various pony events 1 were monopoli...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 9 May 1890

'8. À: IMPORTERS - AM» General Storekeepers, GOVERNMENT COHTHACTOHS, WINE AND SPIRIT 31 KUCHA NTS. \ SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS .MIT('HK1.I.-STI:I:I:T. y A L M K I! STU X . AGSHTS POE, Thc N>nt!i (.¿luvíiM-nuí Marine InMiranei- ( «... Ltd. Tin- Uriulri'i'k I'l.wdi-r Co.'s " Karkar-u-k." "VV. K. Thomas A: Co's Superlitt.' und S:a:idnrd Patent Roller Flour li. R. Youns & Co's. V St. lienr^" Claivt. Imperial Fire insurance Company. Adelaide Steamship Company. Limited, Adelaide and Fort Darwin line, via "WVsrern Australian puris. OtSoes of the Falniersron Carmnir Company. Springvale , Paddocks ARK OPEN again to RECEIVE" STOCK for the season. Ail couch grass, secure' teures, abun- dant water and salt. Steers exchanged for obi workers. Erery care : no respousihiliiy. Ti-rins on application. -Gin H. E. Schunke, Blacksmith & TYherhvright, ^ JTCHELI.-STKF.ET, PALMERSTON. (At rear of Handle Bros." Store. I AMI ALSO ir -V y I O N. Where a ilranrh Las ju...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 9 May 1890

Government Gazette, TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES FOR HOSPITAL, GAOL, ¿C. SEALED Tenders will be received at the Secretary'* Office, Palmerston, up to noon or» MOSDAV, 9TH JCNÏ next, for supplies for the year ending 30th June, 1891, for the Hospital, Gaol, and other Government Departments in Pal- merston. All supplies to be delivered at the Gaol, Hospital, or Government Departments as required, at least ttf ice in each, month. The successful tenderer will be re- quired to find two securities in the sum of fifty pounds (£50) each for the due performance of his contract. Form of tender and full particulars can be obtained at the Secretary's Office. . J. G. KNIGHT, Acting Government Resident. . Government Resident's Office, Palmerston, 6th May, 1890. TENDERS FOR FRESH MEAT. SEALED Tenders will be received at the Sacretary's Office, Palmerston, up to noon on MONDAY, 9TH JÜNB next, for the supply of fresh meat for the Hospital and 3aol for tho year ending 30th June, 1891. Tenders to state the pri...

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The North Australian, and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1890. A SEVENTH MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 9 May 1890

... I ^lie «^aríh ^nsfralian. ami Xjrtbnt Tcrriim Caxnuntnt Coutte. K, V FRIDAY. MAY9, 1890. / A SEVENTH MINISTER. SOME weeks ago we introduced thc! subject of a seventh minister in connection with the present Ministry I of South Australia, and wo havo no doubt the majority of our readers have since admitted the forco of our argumenta. We aro nowise discon- certed <tt thc fact that oar article has borne no immediate fruits. Experi- ence has taught us that to command anything from South Australia we must uso. patient bat persistent agitation. We purpose, therefore, renewing tho subject now, at a time which seems to us to be particularly appropriate. Our contention is that ¡ the time has arrived when the aSairs j of the Northern Territory should be controlled by a separate and iude ! peudr/jt Minister, instead of, as at ¡ prescht, by tho Minister of Educa j lion. The existing arrangement has I always been wretchedly faulty, with i the Minister of Education acting as control...

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It is Said [By The Public] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 9 May 1890

It is Said [By The Public] That the Racing Club will this year provide its members with a private en- closure and a stand-not exactly a grand one-about l8ft high, and that they will then be able to view all races from start to finish. That the election fuss is all over, and that on the first of the month the pro- verbial cat was being whipped unmerci- fully over hotel bills in more than one   quarter. That in dull times it is better to be a backer of the second candidate than an excited supporter of the man at the top. That the world and its wife will be at   the Residence tomorrow evening, and that the display of minerals will be tip-top. That the " unkindest cut of all " was when some thoughtless individual ran a knife all but through the girth attached to the local butcher's riding saddle, and said nothing about it. That the intended victim saw it in time, but would give more than a pound of steak to know just who used that knife. That a certain racer ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

p 9 $ ^ orth Australia NEWSPAPER AND ter nm cpi ^nztitt , ls Published every FRIDAY MORNING, at palmerston, Northern Temfcory Squtft Australia, And is Very Extensively Circulated in Palmerston, Port Darwin Camp, Union, Pino Creek, Yam Creek, Twelve-Mile Howley, Maude Creek, and alli other populated parts of t he Northern Territory And also on the North-west Coasjt (W. A) and throughout Southern Colonies. IT CONTAIN? JLocal News Latest Telegrams Shipping Upcountry Mining And General News Exchange Clippings Business Advertisements Government Gazette Advts Sec &c. &c As well as a FOURTEEN - COLUMN §UF F-L EME N T9 Containing a varied assortment of highly interesting reading matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Per quarter, m advance, 5s.; if booked, 6s. Per annum, in advance, £1 ; if booked, £i |S. TERMS of ADVERTISING : 'rf alf inch, 3s.; one inch, 5s.; births, marrbgps, and deaths, ss. each. Suitable reductions made on advertisements appearing for a number of issues. Contr...

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Legal Information. POLICE COURT. (Before Paul Foelsche, Esq., S.M.) Saturday, 10th May. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

^*9*l ïnfjormaliuii. POLICE COURT. (Before Paul Foelsche, Esq.. S..\f.) ; .'. ' Saturday, 10th May. Chin Tuck, a Chinaman, was charged with trespassing on the Kail way. Yard without authority. Pleaded guilty. É. V. V. Brown,- sworn, stated that j on the 9th instant he saw the ' prisoner { in the railway yard; directly prisoner saw witness he ran away . towards i China Town ; this was about half-past 1 9 o.m. ; witness saw him again about I five minutes past 12 (noon) ; on the I morning of the 10th he was there again and came up to the goods shed ; ; witness asked what he wanted and what he came there for but prisoner said "no savvee "; he is not employed on the railway, nor had he any business there. Fined £5, with £1 costs, and 10s. interpreter's fee. Prisoner stated that he had no means to pay the fine and he was then sent to gaol for three months to work for his living. .. MAT 12TH. Patrick Lynn, a pauper lunatic, was brought up on remand. - : . Leonard Smith O'Flaherty. deposed ...

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Queensland. Brisbane, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

Queensland. Brisbane, May 15. The labour difficulty still remains unsettled. A conference has been fixed for the 17th instant to discuss the issues at stake and. decide as to the best means of settling the. dis- pute. , , ' The Queensland military force will go into jracampment at Lytton; near Brisbane, on'-the 24th instant. Archbishop Dunn has left for Europe. The ketch Jenny Scott, owned by I MK W. V. Brown, has been wrecked on West Reef.

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New South Wales. Sydney, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

. Hew South Wales. Sydney, May 15. The Special Commission, after making an inspection of the Bourke district, report that periodical floods may be expected there. They estimate that to construct a perman- ent embankment to prevent future overflows would cost £20,000, bat they consider that the expenditure is quite justified by the fact of Bourke being the railway'terminus. (The,Egeria mutineers are being sent to England on board H.M.S. Opal. David Berry's disputed will case is proceeding in the Sydney court. The amount i involved reaches a million aud a quarter pounds sterling The Australian Mutual Provident ! Insurance Society has had another very good business year. £750,000 was added to the funds of the Society and the year's bonos money amounts to £426,490. A disastrous railway collision is just reported as having occurred on the northern line. Several of the passengers are seriously injured. IA racehorse has been killed, also the jockey in attendance. Two hundred unemployed cit...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1890. THE GREAT RAILWAY SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

$j/hc ¿jíorlh Rastrallan. and Nortlurn Territory Government Cosette. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1890. THE GREAT RAILWAY SCHEME. THE proposal of Sir Andrew Clarke favouring the construction of a line of railway from England to Singa- pore (in the Malay Peninsula) is not an entirely original one. Many years ago the Hon. Mr. Campbell, a noted Victorian, compiled and issued a little pamphlet on the same sub- ject, bat the project was not giren more than passing thought at the time. Other writers have now and then made casual reference to the same thing. It is probable, however that Sir Andrew Clarke will do more practical good than all the other champions of this great scheme pat together; besides he- has broached the subject at a time when the world is ripe for gigantic schemes. He can lay claim to a good deal of influence in Government circles at Home, and with this and the ad* j ditional assistance of a well-organ< ised plan, shewing details of his huge proposal, there is no saying w...

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Victoria. Melbourne, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

Victoria. Melbourne, May 15. A large party o-f Victorians, in- cluding ~ many leadüng public mea, I have gone ou a visit of inspection to the Mildara irrigation settlement. '? The investigation into the affairs of the Premier Building Society has resulted in a chargée of conspiracy being brought against the Directors. Dow, 'Minister, for. Lands,, who is one of the Directors), has ia conse- quence of this aocosation resigued his portfolio. The Government re- fuses to accept his resignation. The Premier has promised to: start building the north-east front of Parliament House, at an estimated cost of £80,000. ' ": ; . ; . A large meeting of Home Rule partisans has been held to celebrate the victorious, result of Parnell's straggle with the Times newspaper. There was mach speechifying. ? An amicable settlement has been arrived at by the parties to the Moss Som nor will case..

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English & Foreign. London, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

SflfUili * Foreign. London, May 15. The Australian Eleven won the match against Earl Sheffield's'picked eleven which was commenced on the 8th instant. Rain interfered with the game. . The Australians went to the wickets first and made a total of 230 rans. Murdoch - was .the highest scorer with an innings of 134 to his credit. : In the first innings of the Home team the Englishmen were all dis- posed of for 27 runs, and they had to follow on. The second innings closed for 130 rans. The colonials thus won by an innings and 73 runs. The Press generally speaks in very complimentary terms of the quality displayed by the visitors.. Ferris, of Sydney, was the. most successful bowler, and his average daring the match was 7 wickets for 70 runs.J In the match against Warwick- shire the Australians were all put out for. a total of 89 in- their first innings. . Warwickshire had six men out for 33 runs. A fight has been arranged be- tween William Muldoon, of America, and Peter Jackson,. the cele...

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Conversazione and Exhibition of Minerals. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

Conversazione and Exhibition of Minerals. IN response to the invitation of the Acting Government Resident, J. G. Knight, Esq., there was a very large attendance at the Conversazione and Mineral Exhibition held at the Govern- ment Residence on Saturday evening last. The number could not have been much less than 100, and of these over twenty were ladies. The idea was sug- gested to Mr. Knight as a fitting means of allowing the local public to, view the Northern Territory's mineral exhibits intended for the London Exhibition; and to take a line from the success of Saturday's entertainment the notion was a happy one indeed. The guests were received by Mr. Knight and Mrs. H H. Adcock, for to the latter was entrusted the "honours of the house." The Residence was made gorgeous with beautiful floral decorations and greenery artistically arranged, letting off the more practical features of the entertain- ment charmingly. . The mineral exhibits were laid out on tables in the ordinary receptio...

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Western Australia. Perth, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

Wttlarn Australia* Perth, May 15. : Large Bambers of men are pro- ceeding to the goldfields districts. A man named Andrew Karlsen was accidentally shot at the Ny alla gine goldfield. Another man named Alfred White; anew arrival in the district,'shot himself dead at Fremantle. . .: Six handred ounces bf gold are reported to have been, received in Roeburne daring fonr days recently.

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

Telegraphic News, FROM OCR OWN CQBR8PONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, May 15. -It is annoanded that Mr. Allan G. Pendleton, Traffic Manager, will shortly proceed tb Port Darwin for the parpóse of inspecting the Pal- merston Ballway line.:. . The Hon. J. L. Parsons was inter- viewed on Tuesday last by the Bail way Commissioners, particular stress being laid upon the best means to be taken to increase the traffic apon the Palmerston line. Daring the week Mr. B. Murphy, of Maude Creek, N.T., was intro- duced to the Postmaster-General by Mr. Parsons. Mr. Murphy applied for the lease of a square mile of country situated on the Telegraph reserve, to be used for the parpóse of cultivating tropical productions. The Minister replied very favorably, and it is very probable the applica- tion will be granted. The Register's tender for printing the Parliaments Hansard for the ensuing three yean has been ac- cepted.. .. 1. Stephens, late Secretary to the Marine Board, has been, appointed Under ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

IL IL MMUSS, I'.VIU'K.NTKK. .l«>r.\'K!¡. A C< !.'.>' Kl! AU I'ONTKAlToli. l»ri'l>:iri-(l m imd»-r!a.kc' aisy ilfJiTljiiiou uf lAmini.-. i>r .li'b Work at líi:.4>u>.u¡J.i: JJ vivs. Ai'lUir.Ss Club Hotel, Palmerston BLACK-E.Dt i KD VISITING CARDS mavin- obtained at this ...lin fl

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. May 12-The s.s. Adelaide, from Wynd ham, with the following passengers: Messrs M. Durack, J. Durack, Bowe, Stirling, M'Connell, J. J. Lawrie and G. H. Sims. 1380zs gold.-Aplin, Brown & Go., agents: MOVEMENTS. Contract steamer Tannadice left Singa- pore on the 8th for Port Darwin, via Java, and is due here on or about the 20th. She will go through to Adelaide. The s.s. Otway left Derby on the 11th and is due here on the 16th, Friday.

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Special Telegram Adelaide, May 15, 8.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

Special Telegram Adelaide,'May 15, 8.30 p.m.: Mr. Searcy, of the Port Adelaide Customs; has been gazetted as Secretary of the Marine Board and-..Ou^nis Department, VICE Stephens,- who * lias been .promoted. Sydney, May. 15, 8.30 p.m. The championship sculling match between. Kemp and McLean rame off on thá'^Parramatta Jliver til-day.. Kemp won easily by tem lengths. ' Tremendous attendance. (iiraC excitement.;; I Kemp will now have to row either O'Connor or Stansbury for the- fiimiL. Londou, May lo, 8 p.mv Latest copper quotation, £52 ns. Tin, £95 10s. - A tight is to take place at Breton between Mc Au litte and Jake Kilraiu. The Aiistraliatisihave finishedtheir;, match with - Warwickshire, scoring*' another victory. English team, first innings, 38 ; Australians, in second innings,, made 132.: Lyons priucipal scorer for Anstraliaus, makiug 25 : first innings, 34 second. Turner bowled six pf the hqnie wickets for 19 runs. " : A league has been formed at Mon treal to bring about the in...

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Some Notes on Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

Some Notes on Russia. Dr. Brandé, a well-known Danish I physician and . writer, who; has spent some:years..in Russia. and mixed with all classes of society, ' has just embodied the result of Iiis observations in a book. He claims for his remarks .that (unlike most other writings on the same subject) they are of a purely negative and unpre- judiced 'character.: ' Referring tb; the Russian press; he' says : . Submitted to a censorship so rigid as to run into rediculous excess, the Russian: newspapers haye no : indepen- dence, no political importance, and com- paratively little influence ; they are con- ducted-upon purely mercenary principles, and are often as corrupt as they are sordid. The policy of repression pursued by the Government is stern, consistent, persistent, and inexorable. Now, as in the time of the Czar Nicholas, it is the stedfast aim of the ruling power to make real knowledge impossible, and to des- troy all individual and independent will. The profound- ignorance ;of ...

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 16 May 1890

The s.s. Otway is due to-day from the westward. Earnings of Palmerston Railway for week ended May 10th-£245. The Katherine road party commenced operations during the week. Unfortunately for our readers we are once more compelled to issue without the usual supplement. Another smoke concert, for gentle- men only, was held at the Town Hall last night. It is understood that Mrs. Ryan's new hotel will bo ready for occupation in six weeks time. It is reported that the Chinese have struck another new patch on the Margaret Diggings, which is yielding good results to a large number of them. From Mr. H. H. Adcock we learn that the new machinery for the Alice Hills Gold Mining Company will be shipped into the s s. Chingtu at Mel- bourne. To-morrow week will be Queen's Birthday. A movement was on foot to provide a day's sport for the occasion, but asthe Unionites are already in the field with a programme the matter has been dropped. Messrs. Aplin, Brown & Co. inform us that the Tsinan d...

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