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N.T. Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

N.T. Racing Club. A meeting of the Committee was held at Pickford's Family Hotel on June 29th. Present-: Messrs. J. J. Symes (in the Chair; O'Connor, Si. D. Beresford, S. T. Brown, V. L. Solomon, J. J. Lawrie, E. V. Brown, and thc Secretary. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. A discussion then ensued as to thc condition and prospects of the new racing track. The Secretary reported that the ex : périment of watering the course had been tried as directed and appeared to be satisfactory. On the motion of Mr. Beresford, seconded by Mr. Brown, it was re- solved that Mr. Keenan's offer to water and roll the course for a fortnight for £20 be accepted. With reference to the race ball it was resolved that invitation circulars be sent to those whose names are on the list approved hy the meeting, the Com- mittee having power to add to thc list at any time. It was resolved to leave the manufac- ture of thc totalisator in thc hands of Mr. Solomon.

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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New South Wales Sydney, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

New South Wales, Sydney, July 4. Tho body of oue of the miuers buried alive duriug the falal colliery disaster at Newcastle has beeu re- covered j this is considered conclu- sive as to the futility of iudulging in further hopes of tiuding any of the raeu alive, and the searchers have therefore discontinued their efforts. Tho Hon. John Davies has been fully acquitted of the charge of em- bezzling certaiu monies whilst Chair- man of the Casual Labour Board. The Government is considering a scheme for connecting Broken Hill with the railway syst in. The revonue returns show a serious decrease.

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

GOVERNMENT BATTERIES. To THE EDITOR. Sm,-I noticed in your Inst week's, paper an article touching on the work iug clause ot' gold wining leases, und I must agree with you when you say it will prevent much unseemly dummying, and force lessees to open up their ground or forfeit the same. As there is a good deal of leased laud about this part, I could not let your valuable hint refer- ring to a Government battery pass without being noticed, and I feel quite sure that the proprietors of the under- mentioned claims would jump at the chance of getting their stone crushed at a reasonable figure. The following clauses are the ones referred to above : Tiie May Bell, Eureka South, King Solomon, and Muldoon. I am not certain about the Eureka South, as there is some talk about her being put into a company at no distant date. These are not the only claims about here that would support a Government mill if we had one. It would not cost the Government a great deal to put up a ten-head stamper for ...

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Queensland. Brisbane, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

Queensland. Brisbaue, July 4. The revenue returns [for the quarter show a large increase. Numbers of miners continue to return from Sud-Est ; sickness still prevalent, aud no fresh finds. A Queensland syndicate has been formed to thoroughly develop the auriferous country.

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Jane 30-The s.s. Catterthun, for Hong- kong, witn following passengers: Dr. ¡Stow, 27 Chinese, and 29 Cingalese. Ex- ports: bag shellac, 924 bars bullion, and ft78 bags tin ore.-V. V. Brown, agent. July 2-The s.s. Airlie, for southern ports. Nine passengers. Exports: 07 hides and several packages sundries.-V. V. Brown, agent. SAILED. July I-The s s. Airlie, from Hongkong with 120 tons eargo-V. V. Brown, ageut. MOVEMENTS. The barque Lois arrived at Fremantle from Port iMrwin on 2nd July. The s.s. Otway left Derby for Port Darwin on thc 3rd instant.

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

^Iw ¿jfarfh Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, JULY C. 1889. To those who make a puiut of following up the dungs of Puriiu meut it Í3 now matter for speculation as to what form of policy tho uew Miuistry are likely to put forward for the acceptance of Parliament. Changes of Ministry (uuless the party thrown out happoued to have been exceptionally weak MJ intellectual attainments) are at all times a great drawback to a country in the sense that they cause a suspeusiou of the business of the State for the time being. Still the political estate must be cleansed of any offensive matter that may bc lurking within its boundaries ; and this is what we hope for as the result of the substi- tution of one Ministry for another. Whether that benefit is actually de- rived, or purely imaginary, v matter of opiuiou. Naturally, an) little sentiment that we may have ti invest iu the matter has an excltisivi application to our own iuimediatt affairs. It concerns us only ...

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

ACCEPTANCES. Tho following acceptances were re- ceived by the Secretary of the N. T. Racing Club on Thursday evening : PALMERSTON- CUP. Our Boy Hilltop Ruby King Joker No Name FLYING HANDICAP. Ruby King Straight Shot Our Boy No Name Joker. RAILWAY STAKES. Hotspur Joker No Name Hilltop Straight Shot Our Boy Duke of Manchester. The '»Invalide Russe" states that among the conscripts drawn in the year 1888 for service in the celebrated Preobrajensky regiment, was a young soldier whose height was seven feet. He was a native of the province of Raclom, in Poland Since the famous dram major of Peter the Great the Preobra I jensky regiment, although notorious as being composed of the ti nest physical specimens of manhood in the Russian army, has not possessed a soldier as tall as this young giant. Says a leading scientific authority : " Diamonds have been found in meteor- ites. I gave an account of their first discovery about two years ago. Carbon has long been known to occur in these heaven...

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English & Foreign. London, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

English ft Foreign. London, July -1. I Tho Queeu has giveu her consent to tho marriage of the Princess Louise, the eldest daughter of tho Prince of Wales, with the Earl of j Fife, one of Scotland's wealthiest poers. The press generally expresses approval of the proposed alliance. It is rumoured that Prince Albert Victor, eldest sou of tho Prince of Wales, is to marry tho sister of tho German Emperor. Labouchere, in tho House of Commons aud through the medium of his paper, is strongly dcuouucing any further provisiou being made by the State for princesses of the Royal family, pointing out the heavy burdens already imposed on the tax payers in this connection. Ile makes special sarcastic reference to the Queeu's request for a graut to the Priucess Louise in view of her forthcoming marriage with the Earl of Fife, layiug marked emphasis on the grasping spirit thereby displayed when considered in conjunction with tho great wealth ot the bridegroom aud Her Majesty's own extensive personal...

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

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

I CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF PLAIN AND FANC5c" ^WRITING p A p i: i\ I Suitable for All Purposes, j"NORTH AUSTRALIAN" PORT DARWIN-NORTHERN TERRITORY. Customs Returns for tho Quarter ended J une 30,1889. ' REVENUE. POUT DARWIN- £ 2. d Duties.10112 19 0 Fees, fines, & forfeitures I 11 0 Repacking . I 5 0 10115 15 0 PORT MACARTHUR Duties. 404 14 ll CHARLOTTE WATERS Duties. 149 13 6 Gross revenue ... 11060 3 5 Less drawbacks and repay- ments ...104 5 ll " Exchange .. 2 18 0 107 3 ll Total net revenue ... 10952 ID G IMPORTS. Great Britain ... South Australia... Victoria ... New South Wales Queensland West Australia... Hongkong Singapore Macassar... Macao ... Japan . Germany. Great Britain ... South Australia... Victoria .... New South Wales Queensland West Australia... Hongkong Singapore Japan . Macassar. ... 2977 0 0 ... 13782 0 0 ... 2G7I 0 0 ... 19200 0 0 ... 3126 0 0 ... 1964 0 0 ... 11224 0 0 93 0 0 ... 128 0 0 ... 1750 0 0 21 0 0 ... 520 0 0 0 0 ... 4126 0. 0 ... 190 0 0 ... 3449 ...

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

CRICKET. The first match of the opening season was played on the Oval on Saturday afternoon last between the Reds and Blues, resulting in a run-away for the former team. Being thc initiatory game, and the players being in want of practice, the form displayed in many instances was more luck than good or bad manage- ment. For all that, however, the stand made be Mann for the winners was a really good piece of work ; his score in- cluded seven threes, six twos, and the remainder singles. Pickford also batted very nicely, and promises to be well up in the batting averages for the season; while next iu the order of merit comes a stranger to the Club, Wilkie, whose first appearance did him credit. Thc item " byes 24 " means that the wicket keep and long-stop were decidedly off colour to thu fast ones of Hendry. For the Blues only Grilliths reached double figures. W o have nearly al ways noticed that the team which has to field during the heat of tho first hour or so makes but a poor stand...

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

Government. Gazette. Appointment. A RT H UR GEORGE DE LA POER -i.A. BERESFORD, Esq., to be a member of the Palmerston Hospital Board of Management from 1st July. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Gorernmeut Resident. Appointment, I> ICn ARD DE LA POER BERES L FORD, Esq., re-appointed mem- ber of the Board of Advice for the Pal- merston School District for three years from March 3rd, 1S39. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. %. 6. §. $trtsfoti * Co. 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 PORT DARWIN BAKERY. (Established 1874.) PROPRIETOR: Alfred A, Lewis. A. A. L. has a pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Palmerston that he has always on hand Superior Plain & Fancy Bread, HOT ROLLS & SCONES, CAKES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. A Splendid Assortment of Peak, Frean ¿ Co's. Biscuits Direct from London. H. E. Schunke, B...

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

Government Gazette. SALE OF PASTORAL LEASES. NORTHERN TERRITORY. UNDER Cr AUSK 68 OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY CROWN LANDS CONSOLIDA- I Tíos ACT, 1882. Offlee of Minister of Education, Adelaide, May 27tb, 1889. "VT OTICE is hereby given that leases -Ll for pastoral purposes of the undermentioned Crown lands, of which plans may he seen at the office of the Surveyor-General, at Adelaide, will be offered for sale by public auction, at the | Laud Office, Adelaide, on Wednesday, July 24th, 1889, at ll o'clock a.ra., under the provisions of clause 68 of the Northern Territory Crown Lands Con- solidation Act, 1882, and regulations dated January 28th, 1885. Term of lease- Twenty-five years from October 1st, 1889. Biddings to advance at the rate of not less than sixpence each on the upset annual rent per,square mile for the first seven years of thu term, the rent for the remaining eighteen years to be 2s. 6d. per mile. First year's rent to be paid at the fall of the hammer, together with a fee ...

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Legal Information. POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) TUESDAY, JULY 2ND [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 July 1889

Legal Information POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) TUESDAY, JULY 2ND Joe Flick, on further remand from the 25th ultimo. The evidence of Constable Hasen- kamp, of Normanton, was taken as follows : Henry Hasenkamp, sworn, said : I am a constable in the police force at present   stationed at Normanton, Queensland ; I know the prisoner Flick ; remember   arresting him on the I3th March last year on the charge of attempting to murder James Cashman ; the arrest was made about 50 miles from Burketown ; he was brought before the court at Burketown and committed for trial on the 22ud March at the Supreme Court, Normanton ; no bail was allowed ; he was escorted to Normanton gaol ; I put in the depositions taken at the Police Court before Mr. A. Clarence Lawson P.M.; on tho 1st of April last year prisoner made Iiis escape from gaol ; I   was in pursuit of him for some time and followed him towards the South Aus- tralian border. To the Court : I have...

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Port Darwin Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 July 1889

Port Darwin Rifle Club.. The sixth competition for the Handi- cap Cup takes place this afternoon ac the 500 and 600 yards ranges at ±i~) o'clock. The winners to date for the tirst time are X. Holtze, F. Becker, sim., F. L. Marchant, J. H. Moody, and N\ Waters. The competition for Mr. Steven's prize on the 20th inst, will be postponed in consequence of thc race meeting, and au ordiuury practice will be held at ranges to be decided upon by the members present.

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N.T. Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 July 1889

N.T. Racing Club. -0 On Saturday next the seventh annual meeting of the Northern Territory Racing Club will take place on the now racecourse. Tho Committee have finally determined io use the ground which they have taken so much trouble to ! prepare, and in this we entirely agree i with them. From tho appearance of ! the course, weean hardly anticipate fast running on it, but if the racing Ls good we can afford to dispense with watches for a season. The withdrawal of Ruby King from the big event leaves the Cup to be decided by four horses, represent- ing two stables, and with paco makers on each side a good tussle should result. Our Roy is at present thc popular favor- ite, but if Joker ever had a gallop in him he should show it this year, for tho old bay never looked better. Ko Name would have many friends were it not for the stiffness which threatens to interfere with his chances, but as to the old crack Hilltop, he appears to create no interest whatever. Not a great deal of bettin...

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Tasmania, July ll. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 July 1889

Tasmania, July ll. Heavy floods have occurred, doing damage to property to the extent of over fifty thousand pouuds.

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WEST KIMBERLY v. PORT DARWIN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 July 1889

WEST KIMBERLY v. PORT DARWIN. What majr well be termed the first intercolonial cricket match that has yet taken place here came off on the Oval last Tuesday. Very few of us expected that a team from Western Australia would think seriously of a proposal to come round to Port Darwin for the ex j press purpose of playing our team a ' friendly game of cricket, but we believe I the suggestion was hardly made before the good people of Derby had subscribed £100 towards defraying tho expenses of an eleven to come round this way and take its chance on our Oval. The thing was no sooner said than it was acted upon with a practical enthusiasm very creditable to all concerned. Mr. Harry Field (an old N. T. cricketer, by the way,) took the matter up earnestly, kept it moving, and eventually had the satisfaction of seeing his plans fully matured. An eleven of the Derby Club was selected to uphold the colours of the north west coast, and arrange- ments were easily made with Captain Pinkhatn, of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 July 1889

ASSAYING. T. fi. HARWOOD, (ASSAYER FOE TUE PALMERSTON BANKF ) GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. Caution. ANY Person or persons after this date found Mustering or Remov- ing Stock without tirst giving me due notieu according to the Act of their intention to do so, or of their intention to pass through the Delamere or Spring- vale runs with travelling stock, will be dealt with as the law directs. ALFRED GILES. Springvale, 4th April, 1880. 46--6 £?10,000 GIVEN AWAY TO Buyers of a Bottle of BREADALBANE W H I SKY. Shipped by Alex Ferguson & Co., Glasgow. Particulars from ail Wine >?«.:...! r. S'-Kvkv*per-.\ ;.' >;-.-:.:- 'pui', ¡md "spirit Dealer*. Wholesale Agents-ACRAMAN, Ä t.V. SHIPPING. STEAM SHIP NORTH AUSTRALIAN PORT DARWIN. Macarthur and Roper Rivers, and Cambridge Gulf MAIL SERVICE. THE S.S. " ADELAIDE," Under Contract with thc South Australian Government. For Full Particulars apply to Aplin, Brown & Co., Ltd. 20-39 Agents. The E, & A. Company's STEAM SHIP ME...

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Queensland. Brisbane, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 July 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, July 11. General Edwards, appointed by the Imperial (juveruuieiH tu inspect colonial defences, is uuw engagea in examining the ueleuue wur&s ul tula colony. Tho measure prowuiug lor pay- ment ot meuioers nas passed Lu rough ; the Legislative Oouuon by a majority J of two. j Dillon, M.P., tho Irish delegate, has collected ¿,250 m Cooktown.

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