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TELEGRAPHIC CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

XJPCOÜÍfXJtX JOB PRINTÍKG ORDERS Carefully- Attended to AT " NORTH AUSTRALIAN 'i OFFICE.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION. MAILS. Port Darwin and Southport. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

PUBLIC INFORMATION. M AIL 81 Port Darwin and Southport. (by: steamer). . UP MAEL.-Leaves Fort Darwin on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday at 130 p.m. ; arrives'*! Southport same days at 6 p.m. DOWK MAIL-Leaves Southport on Sunday, Tuesday; and Friday at 7 am., and arrires at Port Darwin same days at 10.30 a.m. j

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RED-HANDED JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

RED-HANDED JUSTICE. On June_l4, a negro-named Hardy Grady was taken from Savannah to Springfield, Ga., to stand trial for a criminal assualt on a woman. He pleaded guilty and was sen- tenced to twenty years in the Penitentiary. Grady had brutually used his intended victim, a very respectable lady, and considerable in- dignation existed. He laughed hearily at the sentence, and said it was much better than he_ anticipated. He was manacled to another negro sentenced to three years, and placed under a guard of four men. Early in the morning the guards were overpowered by a sudden attack of fifty men. The prisoners were taken off a short distance in the woods, where a rope was attached to a tree, and a noose placed over Grady's neck. He was hoisted and strangled to death. The other negro, scared almost to whiteness, was left with one hand manacled to the corpse. They were thus found at daylight, and the frightened negro released from his ghastly comrade. Grady was a bad negro, and had cr...

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DYNAMITE.—FENIAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

DYNAMITE.-FENIAN TELEGRAMS, The following, from a New York Irish paper, appears among the items of European intelligence culled from that paper:-" The Prince of Wales.-There is terror in Buck- ingham Palace and consternation at Windsor Castle. Last Saturday two mysterious per- son (Fenians or Invincibles-what else?) called at the Hotel Vendome in Paris and inquired whether any communication existed between it and the Hotel Bristol, in the same block. It happens that the Prince of Wales is staying in the Hotel Bristol, and on hearing of this horrible question his atten- dants immediately applied for police pro- tection, and in consequence a special corps of detectives has been placed in constant watch upon his royal highness. The prince is nearly, but not quite, bald already, but his barber fears this outrageous occurrence will have the most direful depilatory results. Can the Soldiery be Trusted?-The War Office has dismissed from the service Drill Sergant Hogan, of Wolverhampton, wh...

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A VERY SINGULAR ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

A VERY SINGULAR ACTION. The celebrated. English shot, Paine, was sued for damages in London recently by an assistant named Notzche. The plantiff stated that in March, 1881, he entered the defendant's services as his assistant at a salary of 30s. a week, and while in that capacity he had to hold up a postage-stamp between his finger and thumb to be shot at by the defendant, who in doing so, shot through the thumb and finger of the plaintiff, in consequence of which he was. incapacitated from following his occupation as a waiter, by which he was earning abont £4 a week. He had been three months ont of employment, and now brought the present action to recover com- pensation for the loss and inquiry he had sustained. It was urged by the counsel for the defence that the payment of 80s. a week was to cover any risk, as the plaintiff was only engaged two hours a day ; and, further, that the plaintiff was guilty of contributory negligence in holding the stamp in an improper manner. Verdict ...

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FOUR MEN LYNCHED IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

FOUR MEN LYNCHED IN AMERICA. A despatch dated from Kansas city on the 1st March, states that on the previous morning four men entered the Medicine Lodge Bank, and immediately presented their revolvers at the cashier and the president, who were the only persons in the building. Their demand to bond over the cash was not complied with, and thc robbers ? commenced firing. The cashier, by name Gippert, turned round for the purpose of getting his revolver, which was lying near, but was shot dead in this endeavour. The president, Mr. Payne, also received a fatal wound from a bullet which passed through his body. The .reports of firearms gave the alarm, and a number of people at once came to ascertain the cause. The robbers seeing this at once jumped on their horses and rode away. They were followed by a large crowd. Their ammunition having run out, they threw down their firearms and Bur rendered. The fugitives were brought back by the angry mob, and were recognised, one as on ex-constable...

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DREADFUL RESULTS OF DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

DREADFUL RESULTS OF îfelNK. Mr. Carttar, coroner for West Went, London, held an inquiry recently at Charlton into the death of the infant son of «George Sudds, cable maker, employed at the works of Messrs! Siemen Brothers, and living at 44 Lower West-street, Charlton. From the evidence of deceased's mother it appeared that her husband was charged at Woolwich police-court with being drunk. She had also been drinking, but they were, neither of them intoxicated when the child was put to bed on that night, and the next morning she found him dead. They had had ll children, of whom only two were living. They did not send for a doctor when they found the child dead, as they knew he could be of no use. Constable Bogers, coroner's officer, said that when Mrs. Sudd reported the child's death to the police, she had the appearance of a person getting over thc effects of drinking. She went to the court intoxicated on the day her husband was charged, and on their -way home they called at several ...

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A BODY SNATCHER'S END. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

A BODY SNATCHER'S END. Allen Ingalls, the negro, who, with Robert Johnson, another negro, last winter killed Beverly Taylor, his wife, and Eliza Cram board, an adopted daughter, and sold the bodies to the Ohio Medical Colledge, hanged himself in the cell in the county gaol, Cincinnati, on the morning of April 30. He had torn, while unobserved, a strip from his -blanket, and, after securing it to a bar in his cell, had tied it around hi3 neck. He then drew his legs up and was literally strangled to death, as his body was found in a crouch- ing position. Another prisoner the night before had written a letter to Ingalls' wife from him, and sent word the following morn- ing to know if he wanted him to write any- thing more. It was at this time that the body was found and cut down by his fellow prisoners. He died in the cell which he had occupied ever since his incarceration. His trial, and that of his accomplice, Ben John- son, was set for May 16. Johnson is greatly affected by Ingall's...

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NEW STYLE OF ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

NEW STYLE OF EOBBEEY. The adjourned first meeting of creditors under the bankruptcy of the Messrs. Parker, the well-known solicitors of Bedford Bow, London, was held May 6. The bankrupts, who have absconded, had speculated largely in gas works, hotels, linoleum factories, and other undertakings, and had got into difficulties, and the present proceedings were instituted by Major Caldwell, an unsecured creditor, for £29,000. Claims to the amount of £1,110,000 have already been made against the estate. It is thought the Parkers have bolted to either America or Australia.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

Miscellaneous. The stud sheep sales at Syney were verj successful. r; Good gold quartz struck at Sandhurst at 1992 feet, the deepest in Australia. . Severe quarantine laws in force at all Australian ports against vessels from French ports. Cholera raging ivith double activity in Marseilles and Toulon ; average deaths-50 to 75 per day. . , The Sultan of Turkey, in entertaining the Crown Prince of Austria, spent £25,000-of other people's money. The 265 camels recently imported to South Australia for dry country transit work are in splendid condition. Osman Digna, the Egyptian rebel, is reported to have captured an important fortified town in the Bed Sea. The King of Abyssinia is sending an elephant to the Queen. Generons man ! Nothing he could more easily spare. New England (U.S.) has planted 90 schools in Mormon territory, as the . best means of destroying the system of polygamy. .r Orange and B.C. riots at Cumberland England,-one man shot and 50 wounded. The police interfered ; they...

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Arrival of the First Tea Ship. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

Arrival of the First. Tea Ship. The fast running ooean steamer Menmuir ar- rived at Sydney July 14, with the new season's teas from China. By the way she must have had a good passage, seeing she had a Helm as captain. The arrival of the vessel caused a great business stir among the importers. We are indebted to Messrs. Barker and James, Market-street, Sydney, who are among the largest importers, for a few im- portant particulars. Firstly, their consignments have not been sold to arrive, but are now for purchase. The teas are better than last year, the crop being far superior, the leaf better selected and cared for, with the result that in the cup the flavour is purer and more pungent. This applies, Messrs. Barker and James informs us, especially to Panyong and Faklum brands. Immediately on receipt of ship- ment, the firm just mentioned dispatched their travellers with samples, «fcc, to the country dis- tricts, and they will wait on constituents within a few days. The Menmuir brought...

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French Manœuvring in China. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

French Majiouvring in China. The very same principle which makes ns to de- claim against the "grabbing" of Kew Guinea or Polynesian territory by England, moves us to con- demn the policy France is pursuing in the East. There is no doubt that France has sought paltry excuses to pick quarrels with China to secure more territory in thc row that mnst come. The little affair of an ambuscade a few weeks ago has been turned into a great national insult, and £10,00,000 is demanded as reparation, otherwise more territory ! Germany cut France to the heart when she seized Alsace and Lorraine. The Chinese are supposed to have-no feeling. Wait till France is neck deep in a European squabble. Then she may find the Chinkies roaming over her stolen territory in Anam -a result which would be truly in harmony with justice.

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An Outrage in the South Seas. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

An Outrage in the South Seas. One of most extraordinary outrages, accompanied by wholesale slaughter of South Sea natives,-by morder of the coldest and ruthless character has just been reported to Commodore Erskine at Sydney. The news of the outrage has been brought by Mr. Â. J. Lowther, a resident of an island in the Gilbert Group. Mr. Lowther reports: "That on December 6, a party of natives from Apemama landed on the island of Nai Nonti, armed with rifles and revolvers, from the schooner Kate Macgregor, which had been chartered by the chief of Apemama, who is called Timpanhook. At daybreak they attacked the village, shooting down men, women and children, and continued this for two days, making all the males prisoners, and looting the place of all valu- ables and trade. They did not interfere with Mr. Lowther ; but chief Timpanhook and a Mr. Field, said to be the owner of the Macgregor, invited him on board the vessel. On Mr. Lowther's entreaty, the shooting of the natives was stop...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

Political. Great merriment has been occasioned in Noumea at reading the fiery speech of Mr. Service in the Victorian Assembly. The N.S.W. Parliament thinks only of its Land Bill. It won't be revolutionary after all, bnt is still patchwork to its taproot. Placards continue to be posted through- out the city of Vienna, asking the people how much longer will they let monarchy live. Mr. Luscombehas described himself as the Goliath of the New South Wales Parliament. We must remember, of course, that Goliath has been a corpse for some time. Mr. Henry Hudson, one of the firm of Hudson Brothers, Sydney, contests Monaro for a seat in Parliament. He is one of the hardest headed and straightest going men in the colony. The probable political result of the use of dynamite in England is thus tersely put ;-" There can be little doubt, from facts now to hand, that the British workmen of England resent, and resent strongly, such deeds, and if they are continued, the social effect will be a great tr...

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Scientific. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

Scientific. Medical discoveries show that cholera germs are composed of myriads of animalcolie. . Birds may be successfully inoculated with the germs of hydrophobia, bot they spon- taneously recover from some means or other. À message at the rate of 14 words per minnte was recently sent from London to Calcutta a distance of 7000 miles-without a break. The signals were distinct and effective. Pasteur, the French chemist, claims to have made a discovery of a virus, with which he can inoculate man or beast against hydrophobia. It is one thing to claim a discovery and another to make one, however, and we still prefer to have no hydrophobia in ours. The great American Indian health dance, like the Turk's bath, was designed for the purpose of producing great perspiration. The Indian medi- cine men compel their warriors to dance in a very close but ventilated room heated by fire. When heavy perspiration is produced the bodies are smartly rubbed, and the head is dipped in cold water. Profes...

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Victorian Small-Pox—Big Lies. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

"Victorian Small-Pox-Big Lies. Only that the heads of Government, at Sydney and their departmental representatives, are sleeping blockheads, the people of that most selfish city, Melbourne, would have had ere this a taste of the harsh treatment inflicted by Victorian authorities on all arrivals from New South Wales. When a .few months ago an outbreak of small pox occurred in Sydney, a panic, bottomed on .enmity, seized on the Victorian people, and they enacted quaran- tine laws wholly unnecessary in their severity, and nothing was let slip which could either hamper N.S.W. trade or damage the character of the capital city. Now, however, .when the turn comes to Vic- toria, a deliberate attempt is made to hide the ex- istence of the epedemic, thus placing the whole of the colonies in danger of contamination. It is clear that small-pox has been in Melbourne for more than four months-and in the face of the commonest proofs, the medical officials of that city held out that the disease whi...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

TOPICS OF THE DAY. The question of Denominational Educa- tion has been raised again in Sydney-this time by the very men who five years ago crushed its supporters out of existence. .'And now it has been artfully-not heroically raised. The clamour for aid to religion in the Public schools comes from men whose bread and butter depends on the grip they have on the people. Five ysars ago they were told by one section of religionists that secular education would eventually give them no congregation; but they shrieked "again, and sought to settle a rancorous denominational enmity by assisting to obliterate all religious teaching in the schools. Now that these gentlemen begin to see how much they aided the real secu- larists' programme, they anxiously wish to repudiate their conduct. In their new zeal they would readily fasten on to the country any form of religious teaching. To use a common expression, they are prepared to go the "whole hog " for the denominational system which two years a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 15 August 1884

LIEBIG COMPANY'S -EXTRACT OP MEAT. Knelt and cheapest meat najyonring' stock for soups, made dishes and sauces... Inralnable for the colonies on account of its keeping good in the hottest climates and for any length of time. Liebig Company's Extract of Meat : " Is a success and a boon for which nations : should feel grateful.'-See "Medical Press," "Lancet," "British Medical Journal," etc. CAVTIOV.-Genuine only with the fae similie of Baron Liebig s Signature in Blue Ink across the Label. "Consumption in England increased tenfold in ten years." Liebig Company's Extract of Meat is mtariauy adopted when once fairly tried. Tobe nacl of all storekeepers and dealers throughout the colonies. Lieoig's Extract of Meat Company Limited, 43, Mark Lane, London« Eng' land. GÄIMAULT ? '& CO., PHiJuiAcnmcxL CHBKISTS, Paris: 8, Bue vivienne, 7, Pan«. Diseases of the Chest Corea. Gfiawilt A Co^Sj^^Hypo-PlUM^phHe' We inrite sJT who ara ailing from Diseases of the Chest to resort to Gfhaanlt an...

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