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TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 24 October 1874
TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, October 23. A verdict has been given against the Larrakeeyah promoters for un- truthful allegations in starting the company. The Palmerston, the Golden Point, the Bismark, and the Priscilla com- panies are liquidating. A motion which had been taHed in Parliament for an overland mail to Port Darwin has been withdrawn. An intercolonial cricket match has been arranged between Adelaide and Melbourne. ENGLAND. The Duchess of Edinburgh has given birth to a son. A meeting was held last night at Ed wards's on the subject of the mining regulations» and several speeches were made which we have not room for at present ; but the result was the passing ^of a resolution, moved by Mr. Caldwell and seconded by Mr. Skelton that no suspensions ought to be granted un- less fair and reasonable work had been done -which is exactly in accordance with ex- isting regulations. With regard to suspen- sion linder leases, Mr. Smith held that t...
COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. UNION, October 10. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 24 October 1874
COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. UNION,October io. (From a Correspondent.) The sudden stoppage in erecting machinery has caused quite a panic, as every one was in high spirits for it held out hopes of something being realised. It is a great pity to see such an important district as this so much neglected. There is no doubt with Eroper appliances it would prove to e a very remunerative goldfield, and if properly developed it would be one of the most extensive in the colonies. Both lines of reef are looking remarkably well in most every in- stance if work has been carried out properly, and the reef has been sunk on, there is generally an improve- ment as they go down. I could mention several parties on both lines of reef that have remarkably good f>roperties. I have no doubt if this arge gold-bearing district was in one of the adjoining colonies there would be 40 or 50 batteries working, and this would give employment to great numbers. At the present moment I don't think our entire entire p...
Mining Commission. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 24 October 1874
Mining Commission. Tuesday, October 20. Present-G. B. Scott (President), Mr. Conner, and Mr. Price. Mr. Smith said the plaint in the first case (No. 2 north, Lady Alice) alleged fraud as a ground of objection, and also that the ground had already been registered in the name of one Murray, a publican, in Adelaide. Under these circumstances he would submit that the case should be post- poned until heard by the Warden. The Commission said the case was not before them yet. Mr. Radford applied for the rein- statement of case No. 1 south, Union, on the list, as the parties were absent on a previous occasion by mere acci- dent. To be reinstated for hearing on the 17th November. Application of J. P. Tripp for No. 2 north, Lady Alice Reef, Pine Creek. Hon. T. Reynolds, in reference to the objections raised by Mr. Smith, said that opposition ought to have been lodged in the usual manner as required by the Act. Mr. Smith said the fraud alleged in this case was not discovered until after the pr...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 24 October 1874
Nervousness, Debility, Loss of Power, Sperma- torrhoea, Indiscretions of Early Youth Syphi- litic Diseases. In all the above cases, " arising from errors and the yielding to the passions." no time should be lost to at once arrest the progress of disease. DR. L. L. SMITH HAS, devoted himself for twenty years in the colony to the practice of this branch of his profession, while previously, in England, he was the pupil of and practised with the celebrated Dr. B. T. Culverwell, the only medical practitioner who ever exclusively adopted the as the sole branch of his profession. Dr. L. L. Smith hereby informs the public that " he is the only legally-qualified medical man in this speciality of his profession ;" that all others advertising are unqualified, and that, therefore, in pretending to be qualified are obtaining money under false pretences. Dr. L. L. Smith also warns the public against the quackeries advertised. If the taker of any of these advertised nostrums escape with his life, ...
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY GOLD MINING ACT, 1873. APPLICATION FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 24 October 1874
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY, GOLD MINING ACT, 1873. APPLICATION FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. NOTICE is hereby given that the -undermentioned applications for Gold Mining Leases will be heard by the Commissioners for Determining Titles to Gold Claims in the Northern Territory, at the Local Court-House, Palmerston, on the days undermen- tioned,- when the applicants and their witnesses are required to attend. On 27th October, 1874. A. J.'McCann, No. 6 north, Union Reef Pine Creek. Saunders and Frew, Prospectors' Claim,'Union Reef. Samuel Isaac Solomon, No. 3 south, Lady Alice Reef, Pine Creek. William Sadgrove, No. 2, south, Lady Alice Reef, Pine Creek. "On November 3, 1874. The Edfcl-Marie Gold Mining Com- pany, Limited, Prospecting Claim, Pine Creek. The North Eleanor Gold Mining Company, Limited, Quartz Claim, Eleanor Reef, Pine Creek. -The South Eleanor Gold Mining /Company, Limited, Quartz Claim, «Eleanor Reef, Pine Creek. The South Eleanor Gold Mining Company, Limited, Quartz Claim, Eleano...
SHIPPING. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 24 October 1874
SHIPPING. Tuesday, October 20-Atjeh, steamship, Van der Gevle, master, for Batavia, Pas- sengers-Messrs. Solomon, Liuimer, McVitty, C. Bachman, William Trueland, J. Smith, David White, and a Malay woman for Batavia. Rudolf, Bachman, for Singapore. Cargo-39 casks pearl shells ; 12 casks of Trepang ; and 1 pkg.
Northern Territory Times. PALMERSTON: SATURDAY, OCT. 24, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 24 October 1874
Jtoi[tlt(p atyritorç fKima Palmerston: Saturday, Oct. 24, 1874. Holders of mining leases are becom- ing- alarmed at the probability of having to give up a great deal of their ground owing to the impossibility of employ- ing labor upon it. Some of them are without means to pay wages, and others, who have limited means, com- plain that there is no labor of a suitable kind to be obtained. Un- doubtedly the labor question is a difficult one in this remote settlement, and the conditions imposed upon lease- holders could not be more stringent if North Australia were a country densely populated, instead of being almost uninhabited. As soon as the holder of a claim has taken out a lease the regulations require that he shall employ and keep continuously employed at least two men on evpry ten acres or portion of ten acres ; and he is bound to do so at all times, no matter what the seasons may be, or what the price of labor may be, or else he forfeits his land, and all his exertions and persev...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 24 October 1874
PALMERSTON GOLD PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED. Adelaide, 18th August, 1874. Mr. S. E. Roberts, Adelaide. Dear Sir, In accordance with a resolution of Shareholders at the General Half-Yearly Meeting held on 31st July, 1874, we hereby appoint you Local Director and Manager of the Company in the Northern Territory, your appointment to this combined office to &nbsp; date from the 4th of August, 1874. We have the honor to be, dear Sir, Your obedient servants, (Signed) JOHN CLARK, Chairman. JOHN THOMAS CHURCH, &nbsp; &nbsp; THOS. BREAKELL, &nbsp; &nbsp; THOS. JOHNSON, &nbsp; &nbsp; PEARSON & CUSSEN, Secretaries. ALL CLAIMS against the above Com- pany are to be forwarded to me at Howley Creek. S. E. ROBERTS, Local Director & Manager. NOTICE TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE MORNING STAR GOLD MINING COMPANY. THE Committee appointed by a meeting of Shareholders to treat with Mr. W. McMinn have selected the Claim No. 5 north, Uni...
GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 31 October 1874
Germany. The attempt by the Ultramontane fanatic to assassinate Bismark has immensely added to the Prince's popularity. Expressions of indigna- tion throuhgout Germanry are unani- mous. Within three days nearly a thousand congratulations were re- ceived by telegraph, from sovereigns and statesmen downwards. It will prove a disastrous blow to the Catholic party, whom ,the public hold res- ponsible, despite all disavowal. The crime had long been premeditated, and Kaulman was a fortnight in Berlin watching for an opportunity. He is ~'l years old, and had left home at Nagdebuag twelve months ago. His father vends fried eels, and his mother has been for years in an asylum. He has long been a violent member of the Catholic Society at Salswedel. The activity of the police has been quickened, and domicilliary visits have been paid to suspected persons. Docu mentsjwere seized at several Catholic societies, which are now closed. Prince Bismark continues atKissen cleg, and is gradually recover...
Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 31 October 1874
Public Meeting. On Friday evening, October 23rd, a meeting was held of Edwards's to consider in what way the holders of mining claims could obtain suspen- sion from work, where circumstances seemed to require it. Mr. J. Jones took the chair, and stated that the published regulations enabled tlip Wardens to give suspension in any case where it could be shown to be desirable, and it was for the meeting to show in what way the application should be made. Mr. Wells pointed out that the Wardens had no power to grant supension on land held under lease, and that there was no regula- tion yet made which enabled any one to grant such suspension, as* the Mining Board regulations had nothing whatever to do with leases. Mr. Cartwright moved a resolution to the effect that persons who had worked their claims, and expended a great deal of money on them, but were now brought to a stand- still by the want of batteries or the scarcity of labor, deserved sus- pension if they applied for it-each case ...
LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT—PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. (Before Mr. E. W. Price, S.M., and Mr. Gore and Mr. Gardiner, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 31 October 1874
LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. Wednesday, October 28. (Before Mr. E. W. Price, S.M., and Mr. Gore and Mr. Gardiner, J.P.'s.) Brock v. Griffiths. - Appeal from the Warden's Court. Mr. Rudall asked for an adjourn- ment as no- case had been settled between the «parties. The other side had not brought in the question of jurisdiction at all. and that was the very point at issue. If there were an adjournment the Warden might be required to prepare a case. Mr. Smith submitted that there could be no adjournment unless law up here were a mere force. The Stipendiary Magistrate was sometimes afraid it was a farce when it was seen that the two parties in this matter could not agree to state a case merely submitting the question of jurisdiction. Mr. Smith contended that if there was no jurisdiction there could be no appeal to this Court, as a prohibition would be the proper course. As to the present question of adjournment, "there could be no adjournment in a case of appeal unless all the r...
Mining Commission. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 31 October 1874
Mininp; Commission. Tuesday, October '27. Present-Mr. Scott (President), Mr. Price, and Mr. Conner. A. J. McCann applied for Claim No. 6 north, Union. No opposition. Mr. Mather applied for adjournment on account of the absence of Mr. Griffith, who would have to come down in another case on the 17th November. Adjourned. P. Saunders and John Frew applied for ground known as the Prospectors' Claim north, Union. No opposition. Mr. Lindsay appeared as agent, and gave the necessaiy evidence as to the pegging of the ground, the compliance with the regulations, &c. Report in favor of lease being granted. S. I. Solomon applied for claim No. 3 south, Lady Alice Reef. No opposition. Mr. Solomon was sworn and gave the necessary evidence as to regula- tions, work, &G. Report in favor of lease being granted. William Sadgrove applied for Claim No. 2 south Lady Alice Reef. Mr. Smith applied for one week's adjournment on account of Sadgrove having lost his horses. Adjourned for one w...
SALE OF PASTORAL LEASES UNDER ACT, NO. 28 of 1872. Land Office, Palmerston, 22nd October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 31 October 1874
SALE OF PASTORAL LEASES UNDER ACT, NO. 28 of 1872. Land Office, Palmerston, 22nd October, 1874. NOTICE is hereby given that the following Leases of Waste Lands oí the Crown, of which plans may be seen at the Land Office, Palmerston, will be offered for Sale by Public Auction, at the Land Office, Palmerston, on Thursday, 'the 19th day of November, 1874, at Eleven o'clock a.m., the amount bid to be paid at the fall of the hammer, together with a fee of 10s. 6d. for >#»aoh.T »asp. v>c*«.*m ^_«^.**uw» G. B. SCOTT, . Government Resident. Area in square miles. Term of Lease fron» 1st of January, 1875. « M g .- § ft ° 8 l&l, £1,1» Pi No. of Original Claim. Situation. 87 30» 88 30) 89 30) 90 3(0 91 92 1Î2 258 .2 "ii a s*"1 S Sä . 3 _, s u 03 > S (U p4*a co « d3 ce ._, rrt S* s," ». kop« ce 1872. 51 124 12S 144 150 1873 176 Finniss and Daly Rivers. Daly River Do. Do. 20 miles N.E. of Mt. McKinlay. Alligator River. A. P. WYLY, 51^3 Chief Clerk.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 31 October 1874
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Observer " next week. A correspondent, who sends his name, points out in strong terms the desirability of the authorities publishing the names, &c, of all persons dying in the Hospital, especially when they are possessed of money or other valuables. Paragraphs on " Embroglio " received. A Chinaman, whether a coolie or not, can of course bring an action for defamation of ' character just the same as an Englishman, if he likes to do so.
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY GOLD MINING ACT, 1873. APPLICATION FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 31 October 1874
THE TORTHERN TERRITORY GOLD MINING ACT, 1873. APPLICATION FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned applications for Gold Mining Leases will be heard by the Commissioners for Determining Titles to Gold' Claims in the Northern Territory, at fche Local Court-Honse, Palmerston, on the days undermen- tioned, when the applicants and their witnesses are required to attend. ; On November 3, 1874. William Sadgrove, No. 2 south, Lady Alice Reef, Pine Greek. The Edel-Marie Gold Mining Com- pany, Limited, Prospecting Claim, Pine Creek. The North Eleanor Gold Mining Company, Limited, Quartz Claim, Eleanor Reef, Pine Creek. The South Eleanor Gold Mining ?Company, -Limited, Quartz Claim, Eleanor Reef, Pine Creek. 'The , South Eleanor Gold Mining 'Company, Limited, Quartz Claim, Eleanor Reef, Pine Creek. The Royal Standard Gold Mining Campany, Limited, Quartz Claim,' Eleanor Reef, Pine Creek. Charles Gossler, No. 4 west, Block Claim, Pine Creek. George Jones No. 5 west...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 31 October 1874
The Greatest Wonder of Modern Times. ¡HOLLOWAYS OINTMENT Bad Legs, Ulcers, Abscesses, Wounds, and Sores of all kinds May be thoroughly healed by the appli- cation of this Ointment to the parts affected, after they have been duly fomented with warm water. Under the action of this powerful Ointment, aided by the Pills, all depraved humours will be quickly removed from the body ; even scrofulous ulcers and foul sores, however old or inveterate, can thus be cured. This Ointment never fails to give re- lief. Its very first application lessens the inflammation, and diminishes both heat andpain. In severe and chronic cases the Pills should always be taken, as their purifying, alterative, and restorative qualities place the whole mass of solids and fluidsfcin a wholesome condition. HOLLOWAYS PILLS This purifying and regulating medicine, in conjunction with Holloway's Ointment, is the best cure for hoarseness, sore throats, diphtheria, pleurisy, and asthma; and an infallible remedy for conge...
DISTRICT OF PALMERSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 31 October 1874
DISTRICT OF PALMERSTON. ^"OTICE is hereby given that a -^ Public Meeting of Ratepayers of the above District will be held in. Barclays' Assembly Room, Mitchell street, on Monday, the ~nd November, at 10 o'clock a.m., to elect Two Councillors in the room of Moss Judah Solomon and William Barlow, resigned. In the event of a contest proceedings will be adjourned to Monday, the 9th November, when a ballot will be taken, commencing at 9 o'clock a.m. and closing at 5 p.m. By order, WM. WHITFIELD, Clerk. October 24th, 1874. 52