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The Exploring Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

The Exploring Expedition. On Thursday evening" a meeting waa held at Édwards's to hear th« result of the recent exploration ir search of Permain and Borradaile. Mr. CALDWELL was called to the chair, and he stated that the amount subscribed by the public was £4U 5s., and that the Committee were still responsible for £J4 11s. Id. Mr. J. LEWIS, on being requested to make a statement, said that he had reported to the Government Resident that he had not found the missing* men ; and he had also handed his diary to the editor of the Northern Territory Times, in order that its contents might be published without delay. Mr. DURAND then explained what the Committee had done in assisting* to send out the expedition, and stated that the Government Resident had arranged with Captain Black to bring* back the police horses from Port Essington, but had not provided a passage for Mr. Lewis's horses, which would therefore have to remain run- ning* loose at that place. (Shame.) He thought this was ver...

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Outrage by Blacks at Palm Island. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

Outrage by Blacks at Palm Island. Captain Mackay, of the cutter Albert Edward, arrived in port on Thursday, October 2, from the Her- bert River, and reports that after leaving Cardwell, on his return pas- sage, he was met by head winds, which occasioned him and his mate, Duncan Henderson, great fatigue and loss of rest, and finding they could make but little way, ran into Chal- lenger Bay, in the islands known as the Big Palms, for the night; and when sleeping* heavily, they were suddenly awakened by a number of burning brands being* thrown down the companion into the cabin, he him- self receiving a spear wound. The mate immediately attempted to rush on deck, but was knocked back in sible, receiving* a spear wound, the point of the spear entered immediately below the cheek-bone, passing* com- pletely through, and smashing the lower jaw ; the captain meantime, with great presence of mind, lay per- fectly still}'and rolled a bag of sugar in front of him, into which the savages .'kept ...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent). SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

TELEGRAMS. (From otsr own Correspondent). ,. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. > ADELAIDE, November 20. \ The sale of the Northern Territory; Lands will take place at Palmerston in the middle of January. Supreme Court has ordered the winding up of the Golden Reef Company. Mr. Florence Barling, the surveyor, has been killed on the Glenelg rail« way. ADDITIONAL TELEGRAMS. The sale of town and suburban lots of land will take place at Palmerston on January 14, instead of in Adelaide. Upset price-town lots, £7 10s. per lot; suburban land. £J 10s. per acre. SOUTHPORT, November 20. Edwin Allen, the Warden's driver, died suddenly on Wednesday near the Adelaide Crossing, through lying ex- posed to the sun when he had been drinking. WE learn that the Union Beef ia still looking well. The Prospectors are down 45 feet, and there are 12 feet of water in the dam. They will crush shortly. IN the Mining Commission's report last week the statement that the Virginia Com* pany had sunk three shafts a depth of 6a fe...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Friday, November 13-FLTTXG CLOUD, cutter, II. R. Marsh, master from Port Essington. Saturday, November 14-FLOWER OF YARROW, pearling schooner, from Banje wanje. SAILED. Wednesday,November l8-LOUISA, pearl- ing smack, for Bynoe Harbor.

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT—PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. (Before Mr. E. W. Price, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER l8. (Before Mr. E* W^Príce, S.M.) SMITH V. REYNOLDS.-Claim for £12, on account of lawyer's costs. Mr. Rudall for the defendant. According to thejilaintiffs case he was instructed by the Ron. T. Reynolds to act for his son in the case of Jones v. Reynolds, and in other matters. But now defendant objected to pay the costs, on the ground that Mr. S. Reynolds, now absent, was responsible. In support of thiB the plaintiff's evidence was to the effect that defendant at first admitted the debt, and said that he would pay it in a short time ; though the bill was at first made out in the name of S» E. Reynolds. This statement was denied by the de- fendant, who said that his son would be able to show (when he arrived) that the costs wqre incurred on his own behalf and at his, own expense, excepting in the case of Jones v. Reynolds. r Judgment for the plaintiff. Defendant said he would move for a new trial ; and some strong personalities ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

Nervousness, Debility, Loss of Power, Sperma torrhosa, Indiscretions of Early Tooth Syphi- litic Diseases. Ia all the above cases, " arising from error» and the yielding to the passions.'" no time should be lost to at once arrest the progres» of disease. DR. L. L. SMITH HAS devoted himself for twenty yean in the colony to the practice of thi» branch of his profession, while previously, in England, he was the pupil ©f and practised with the celebrated Dr. B. T. Culverwell, the only medical practitioner who ever exclusively adopted the a» 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 j" 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 nostrum» escape with his life, or...

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The Tariff of South Australia. [Act No. 10 of 1870.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

The Tariff of South Australia. [Act No. 10 of 1870.] Ale, porter, spruce, or other beer, cider, and perry (inwood),per gallon, 9d; or for six reputed quart bottles, or twelve reputed pint bottles, 9d. Bacon, carraway seeds, cheese, choco- late, cinnamon, cloves, cocoa (manufac- tured), coffee (raw), hams, hops, macca roni, nut megs, pepper, pimento, spices, (mixed, and other kinds not otherwise enumerated), vermicelli, confectionery, jams, preserves, syrups, per ib., 2d. Arrowroot, candles, dried fruits, al- monds, dates, currants, nuts (except cocoanuts), and all dried fruits (not other- wise enumerated), maizena or corn flour, oatmeal, sago, per lb., Id. Chicory, coffee (roast or ground) per lb., 4d. Oils-Castor oil in bulk, Chinese, colza kerosine, linseed, parafine, all other (ex cept medicinal and perfumed) not other wise enumerated, per gallon, 3d. s. d. Limejuice, per gallon . 0 3 Bice, per lOOlbs. . 1 6 Malt, per lOOlbs.1 6 Methylated spirit, per gallon ... f 3 Potatoes, per...

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Postal Regulations. Post Office, Palmerston. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

Postal Regulations. Post Office, Palmerston. Bates of postage-Letters 2d. per \ oz. Parcels-for the first 4 oz., 2d., for every additional oz., Id. Newspapers pub- lished within the limits of the post town, and posted within 7 days after publica- tion, free ; otherwise, Id. each. Example -A newspaper published at Port Darwin and posted for Adelaide would be free, but if posted at Southport or Yam Creek would have to pay Id. Private Bags-Persons living near mail routes requiring the accomodation of a private bag can obtain the same on pay- ment in advance of two guineas per annum, and on providing suitable leather bagB. Ship Mails - For Adelaide (either direct or via Timor, Java, or Ceylon), same as inland rates. For Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, New Zealand, and Western Australia Letters for every £ oz. 2d. Parcels not exceeding 1 oz. ... Id. " 2 * ... 2d. " 4 4d And 4d. for every additional £ lb. or fraction of a ¿ lb. Letters posted via Hongkong or via Java and ...

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY GOLD MINING ACT, 1873. APPLICATION FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 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 November 24,1874. The Alexandra Prospecting Gold Mining1 Company, Limited, portion of Prospectors' Claim, about eight and a half miles oast by south of the Tele- graph Crossing, ïïowley Creek. J. P. Tripp,-No.-2 north, Lady Alice Reef, Pine Creek. The Port Darwin Gold Mining Company, Limited, Ordinary Quartz Claim at Yam Creek. The Port Darwin Gold Mining Company, Limited, Ordinary Quartz Claim at Yam Creek. The Port Darwin Gold Mining Company, Limited, Ordinary Quartz Claim at Yam Creek. The Port Darwin Gold Mining ^Company, Ordinary Quartz Claim, j Yam Creek. - William C. Paul, Prospe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

Dissolution of Partnership. THE Partnership hitherto e-risting be- tween the undersigned has this day been DISSOLVED by mutual consent. The Business will in future be carried on by Mark Youlten, who will Recehe All Moneys due and Pay AU Debts owing, by the late Firm. G. J. TURNER Witness-Lons J. HOSKINS. Southport, 13th November, 1874. Notice. WE hereby notify that we have this day DISSOLVED PARTNERSHIP by Mutual Consent. WM. WILES, ' THOS. H. AYLIFFE, ' CE. CRANSTON. Witness to the above signatures S -J. BENNETT. MR. C. E CRANSTON retiring from the Firm in consequence of Ill health, the business, will in future be carried on by the Undersigned, by whom All Accounts oT¡\ing to and by the Late Firm will be Settled. 53-5« WILES & AYLIFFE. WANTED, a PARTNER in a Paying (Cash) Business. Small Capital required. Address, W. N.> Post Office, Southport. 54-tc ? < .. . CHARLES HARRISON having stated that he is Sole Owner of Waggon and Team driven by him, I hereby give n...

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The Expedition to Port Essington. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

The Expedition to £ort Essington. We hare been favored by Mr. Lewis witt the use of his diary containing par- ticulars of the recent trip to Port Essing- ton. We subjoin a few extracts which will no doubt be read with general interest. It must be undevstood that we have con- densed everything very ranch. Mr. Lewis and party (six white men and one black boy) left the Shackle, Yam Creek, on the 11th October, and passed the Union on the following day. October 13th.-Camped at the Harriet. They had crossed over a granite country between that place and tho Union, water being plentiful every few miles. October 14.-Camped at Brooke's Creek (named by Mr. Lewis after one of the party), a line creek with permanent run- ning water going north, and with bamboo growing on the banks. They had crossed the Mary in the the conrse of the day. This was a good stream of water which had to be followed np for a mile before it could be crossed. The country was ouartz and ironstone. Distance 29 miles. Octob...

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Mining Commission. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

Mining: Commission. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. Present-Mr. Scott (President), Mr. Price, and Mr. Conner. A. J. McCann, applied for Claim, No. 6 north, Union. W. K. Griffiths appeared as agent, and said the original quantity of land .was *0 acres; but now the quantity applied for was 10 acres. The regu- lations had been observed and some work had been done. Witness owned one-fifth share of the claim for a Company in Adelaide. Report in favor of lease; Mr. Conner dissenting as to quantity of ground. D. Sutherland applied for Claims 13,14, and 15 north, Union, on be- half of Westcott's New Gold Mining Company. Each claim had been rediiced from 20 acres to 1U acres. The regulations had been attended to, and machinery was being got up to .work the claims. Witness was mana- ger for the Company, and had an interest. Mr. G. M. Newman said these claims were under offer to the Com- pany which he represented, supposing the title to be good. Believed that there was no valid objection to the applicat...

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A Strange Death. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 21 November 1874

A Strange Death. The Bendigo Advertiser reports a death from the effects of a dose of poison, which occurred on Wednes- day night at the Tam O'Shanter Hotel, Specimen Gully. The vic- tim, a man named Thomas Purchas, came in from his work as usual in the evening. He shortly afterwards went away, and on his return at about twelve o'clock he was observed in the bar. It was discovered that he had swallowed a small bottle of sulphuric acid, which was kept in the bar, and of which he was occa- sionally in the habit of taking some drops for the cure of colds. Assis- tance was immediately afterwards procured, and he was thrown on his back and a quantity of kerosene poured down his throat as an emetic.     He vomited considerably, and after   a while got up and appeared to be none the worse for his dose. He went into an adjoining room, but he had no sooner gone through the door than he fell down in a chair. The proprietor of the hotel went to his assist...

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CALENDAR FOR 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 28 November 1874

Calendar for 187ö. JANUARY. FEBRUARY. Sunday .. 3 10 17 24 31 S. 7 14 21 28 Monday .. 4 11 18 25 M. 1 8 15 22 Tuesday ... 6 12 19 26 T. 2 9 16 23 Wednesday. 6 13 20 2? W.3 10 17 24 Thursday.. 7 14 21 28 T. 4 11 18 25 Friday 1 8 15 22 29 F. 5 12 19 26 Saturday 2 9 16 23 30 S. 6 13 20 27 MARCH. APRIL. Svndrty .. 7 14 21 28 & 4 11 l8 25 Monday .. 1 8 15 22 29 M. .5 12 19 26 i Tuesday ... 2 9 16 23 30 T. 6 13 20 27 Wednesday 3 IO 17 24 31 W. 7 14 21 28 Thursday.. 4 11 18 25 T. 1 8 15 22 29 Friday 5 12 19 26 F. 2 9 16 23 30 Saturday ... 6 13 20 27 S. 3 10 17 24 MAY. JUNE. Sunday .. 2 9 16 23 30 5. 6 13 20 27 Monday .. 3 IO 17 24 31 M. 7 14 21 28 Tuesday ... 4 11 l8 25 ' T. 1 8 15 22 29 Wednesday 5 12 19 26 W. 2 9 16 23 30 Thursday.. 6 13 20 27 T. 3 10 17 24 Friday 7 14 21 28 F. 4 11 l8 25 Saturday 8 15 22 29 S. 5 12 19 26 JULY. AUGUST. Sunday .. 4 11 l8 25 S. 1 8 15 22 29 Monrlay .. 5 12 19 26 M. 2 9 16 23 30 Tuesday ... 6 13 20 27 T. 3 10 17 24 31 Wednesday 7 14 21 28 W. 4 11 18...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 28 November 1874

The Northern Territory Times. Subscriptions in Advance : Per Quarter . 0 6 0 Per Annum . 110 Charges fob Advertising : Two lines and under ... Is. Four lines. 2s. Six lines . .w. 3s. One inch . ... 5s. Every addition line ... 6d. On Advertisements to be inserted 13 consecutive times, a Discount will be allowed of 10 per cent; on twonty-six times, 20 per cent. Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 5s 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 Thursday Evening. Agents : Adelaide ... Messrs. Byng & Lorraine. Melbourne I UeHSIat Gordon & (j^h and Sydney ) Southport ...

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The Cession of Fiji. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 28 November 1874

The Cession of Fiji. H.M.S. Pearl, having His Excel- lency the Governor on board, arrived at io o'clock this morning and ex- changed salutes with Dawe's battery. The Pearl reached Lomo-Lomo on October i, when Maafu and Tui Cakau gave their formal aquiescence to the cession. The squadron visited other portions of the groups and re- turner! to Levuka on the 7th. The annexation decree was promulgated on the oth, amidst a tempest and rain. The crews of the war vessels manned the yards as Sir Hercules Robinson left the Pearl under a salute of 17 guns. Cakobau pre- sented his war club as' a symbol of submission to the Queen. A counter- part of the treaty ot cession having been signed, Sir Hercules proceeded to the front of the Government building at Naso va, and proclaimed the annexation complete, and Fiji a possession of the British Crown. The Fiji flag was then lowered, and the British flag hoisted by an officer of the Pearl. A Royal salute was fired, amidst tremendous cheers afloat and...

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The New Government of Fiji. LEVUKA, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 28 November 1874

The New Government of Fiji. Levuka, October 15. Sir Hercules Robinson has success- fully completed his mission to Fiji. The King and chiefs have unreser- ' vedly surrende :ed the sovereignty oi the islands to' le Queen, trusting to the generosity of Her Majesty's Go- vernment. On October io the British flag was hoisted, and Fiji was pro clamed a possession and dependency of the British Crown. The absolute proprietorship of all lands not shown to be alienated or not in the use or occupation of some chief or tribe is vested in the Crown. The King and 12 leading chiefs signed the instru- ment of cession. A provisional Government is estab- lished, with Sir Hercules Robinson as Governor, and an Executive Council, consisting of Mr. E. L. ' Layard, the Hon. J. G. L. Innes, Mr. J. B. Thurston, Mr. Thomas Horton, and »Mr. R. S. Swanston Mr. Layard to be Vice-President of the Executive Council and Adminis- trator of the Government in the absence of the Governor. Mr. Thurston is appointed Colo...

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South Australia. Time Table for Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 28 November 1874

South mj&ySk Australia. Time Table for Inland Mails. PALMERSTON & SOUTHPORT LINE, Up Mail-Palmerston departure, Satur- days, Mondays, and Wednesdays at noon ; arrives at Southport same days at 6 p.m. Down Mail.-Southport departure, Sun- days, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 9 a.m.; 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 arrival-Tuesdays, 4 p.m. Sandy Creek arrival-Tuesdays, 5 p.m. Yam Creek Station arr.-Tuesdays, 6 p.m. Union Reef arrival-Wednesdays, 3 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 pan. Sandy Creek arrival-Mondays, 7 a.m. Yara Creek East arrival-Mondays, 8 a.m. Howley Creek arrival-Monday, 4 p.m. Bridge Creek arriva...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. CAPTURE OF NANA SAHIB. BOMBAY, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 28 November 1874

LATE TELEGRAMS. CAPTURE OF NANA SAHIB. Bombay. October 22. The notorious rebel, Nana Sahib, who played such an important part in the Indian mutiny in 1857, has been captured at Gwalior, and identi- fied by the Maharajah Scindia. He is now imprisoned in the Scindia's palace, and has confessed to the political agent. SEVERE HURRICANE. London. A severe hurricane has caused great disaster amongst the shipping, and injured the railways and tele- graphs A barge laden with gunpowder having exploded on the Regent's Canal several lives were lost, and several hundred houses injured. The explosion at Regent's Canal took place at 5 o'clock in the morning« The effect was unpre- cedented. The barge had five tons of gunpowder on board, and this in exploding blew up the Canal Bridge, and caused a great panic. The houses in close proximity to the spot where the barge was were reduced lo a complete wreck. The report of" the explosion was heard at a dis- tance of ten miles oír. The loss ot life was co...

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The Rainfall [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 28 November 1874

The Rainfall Return of rainfall recorded at Telegraph Station during the years 1872, 1873, and part of year 1874 : Month. January. February.... March.ki April., May....., June.kv. July. August. September.. Octobers. November, v. December... 1872. Inches. 20-464 5-420 13 045 0-772 2140 Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil. 1115 5 255 6-414 1873. Inches 12-595 9-480 18140 8-655 0-600 Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil. 4-620 2-340 16 070 1874. Inch's 7-690 8-800 4.420 13-610 Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil. 0150 5-760 Total. k. 54625 72-500 40430 The rainfall for October, November, and December, 1871, was respectively 5 inches, 9 inches, and 22 inches. Taking the dura- tion of each wet season from October 1st to May 31st, the returns for the labt three seasons will be as follows : Wet season, 1871-Ï2 ... 77801 inches. 1872-73 ... 62254 1873-74 ... 57-550 1874-75 ... 5-910 .T. A. G. Littlk, Station-master. Overland Telegraph of South Australia, Port\Darwiu Station, Norembei a, 1874.

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