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Woman Items. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

Woman Items. Miss Santley, an English belle, has been married to the Hon. A. Lyttleton, the famous Eng- lish cricketer. The Empress Eugenie is preparing for the press a memoir of her life. It is to be dedicated to a friend of Brown's. A newly-arrived immigrant girl who had accepted an engagement as a cook went straight to a bookseller and bought " Gook's Voyages." A lovely face is the more admired if goodness shines through it just as the glorious sky is the oftener gazed at because heaven is there. The Crown Princess of Germany received on her birthday a present of two monkeys from Prince Budolph of Austria. He might have sent his own photo. When two young ladies kiss each other they fulfil a gospel injunction. They are doing unto each other what they would that men should do unto them. A woman, signing herself " Nil Despe- randum," is advertising for a husband in the Bris- bane papers. Bather a suggestive signature Never Despair. At the Bathurst railway station the other, day, a y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

LIEBIG COMPANY'S jÇXTltACT OF MEAT. ' Finest and cheapest meat flavouring stock for soups, made dishes and sauces.' Invaluable for the colonies on account of its keeping good in the hottest elbnates and for auy 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. ' CAUTION.-Genuine only with the fac similie of. Baron Licbig's Signature' in Blue Ink across thc Label. "Consumption in England increased tenfold in ten years." Liebig Company's Extract pf Meat is invariably adopted when once fairly" tried. To be had of all storekeepers and dealers [throughput thc colonies. ' Licbig's Extract of- Meat Company." Limitcdj 43, Mark Lane, London, .Eng- land. GllDLUILT & CO., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, (:.,. . Paris : 8, Hue Vivienne, 7, Paris. r. . Diseases pf thc Çhest]Curcd. i . Grimault^Co.'s. Syrup, of Hypo^Phosnhjte of Lime. We invite all who aro ailing from...

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THINGS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

THINGS AND OTHERS. -? Nb sews, items hare been received this week from the reefs. OWING, to the race meeting taking place on Friday next, 'the issue of the NORTH AUSTRALIAN/- will > be postponed till Saturday morning. ? WE haye; been requested by the Hon. Sec. of the racing club to ask those who have 'subscription lists to send them in by the first mail. THS returns by the gold escort for the past fortnight are-For Port Darwin, 520oz; for Southport, 241oz. Total, 764oz. THE Government steamer Palmerston is still away at the Victoria River. As soon she returns all the Europeans (except those indispeB8ÍMe) will be dismissed, and a crew of 26 Chinese shipped in their place. MB. G. B. M'MINN, our late Acting Government Resident, returned to the ^ Territory in the s.s. Menmuir on Friday " last* toking hale and hearty after his short spell In the South. THE B.A.T. gave ¡ their friends an out- ing on - Saturday last which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Hie launch Zulieka; was chartered ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

P. R. ALLEN & CO. IMPORTERS AND General Storekeepers, JjilektU-^lr^t, palmerston, HAYE JUST RECEIVED THE EQLI&WIKG GOODS ; Oaten Hay Tomato Sauce litaize Tinned traits Bran Tea in Half-Chests Apples Hour Lemons; Drugs. Oranges Ironmongery Potatoes; - * Confectionery Onions Clay Pipes Butter Tobacco Cheese Candles 'Bacon Pickles Honey Bitters Jarns^ Hardy's S.A. Wines I &o. &c, &c. ALSO ' A LARGE STOCK OF % Drapery, & Gents' Clothing IH ALI. FATTraurs, HATS. HATS. HATS. E R. ALLEN & CO., PALMERSTON & SOUTHPORT, EREBK. GRIFFITHS, Hardware Merchant SS[ AND, r GENERAL IMPORTER. N Port Darwin & The Reefs. AGENT POR: Harrold Brothers, of London and Adelaide, Smith's Angaston Port and Sherry. Auld's Auldana Cup and other Wines J Primrose*» Ale, &o., &o., &o. The Directors of the Adelaide Milling Company have appointed him agent for Hart's, Duffields*, and other leading "brands of Superfine Flour...

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High Art Furnishing. MESSRS. LAWSON AND SONS' GREAT WARE. HOUSE, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

High Art Furnishing. MESSES. LAWSON AND SONS' GBEAT WABE. HOUSE, SYDNEY. There can be no doubt that the Art Emporium of the Colonies in the furnishing line, is the great new ware honse of Messrs. James Lawson and Sons, Sydney. There is certainly not another honse of the kind in all Australia, and it may be regarded as the repository of the best works of English, Foreign, and Colonial art industry. . The warehouse is a splendid structure, specially erected by the proprietors for their own requirements, and ÍB a spacious and lofty edifice. It has five floors with extra lighting accommodation, and ÍB furnished with lifts and hauling gear operating on every floor. For upwards of twenty year, Messrs. Lawson and Sons have occupied the enviable position of being unopposed in their stock of the highest class of tnrniture. It is a line of business requiring a very large experience, and the investment of a very lnrge capi- tal, nnd moreover, a continual investment of money to secure for the w...

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Southport and Twelve-Mile. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

.Southport and.'Twelve-Mile. (by coach.) UP MAIL.-Leaves Southport on .Sun- day, at 5 a.m.; Eridge Creek,. Monday noon ; Port Darwin Camp, Monday, 5 p.m.; Yam Creek, (J p.m.; arrives at Twelve Mile at 8 p.m. Dows* Min.-Leaves the Twelve-Mile at 4 a.m., on '.Tuesday ; Yam Creek, same day, 5 a.m., - Port .Darwin Cami), .same, day, G a.m:;. Bridge Creek, same day, ll a.m., arriving at Southport on Wednesday, at típ.mJ " ^ . .*

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PALMERSTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

PALMERSTON RACES. TnE following entries were received by the Hon. Sec. on Tuesday last : MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. E. Marker's, ch g Barefoot, aged. " W. Lawrie's b m Cushie Doo, aged_ " W. H. Smith's blk g Banter, aged. Dr. Morlee's ch g Defiance, aged. CORINTHIAN . COP. Dr. Morice's ch g Defiance, aged. Mr. W. Lawrie's ch g Duke of Man- chester, aged. " F. Morck's b g Henry George, aged. M E. Marker's g g Sultan, aged. LADIES BRACELET. Miss Pickford s b h Kettledrum, 6 years. " " ch g Defiance, aged. " Foelsche's b g Peee, aged. Mrs. E. P. Hopewell's, big Liberty, aged«. " J. A. V. Brown's b g Greatheart». aged. " E. Marker's ch g Barefoot, aged. - FLYING HANDICAP. Dr. Morice's b h Kettledrum, G years. Mr. C. K. Gray-Craig-'ab g Peer, aged.. " W. H. Smith's blk g Banter, aged.. " F. Morck's b g Liberty, aged. The following are the weights for tho Braceiet and Flying Handicap : BRACKtETV st. lbs.. Miss Pickford's Kettledrum, 6yrs. 12 " 7 Mrs» E. P. Hopewell's Liberty, I aged 118 1 Mrs. X. ...

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PUBLIC INFORMATION. MAILS. Port Darwin and Southport. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

PUBLIC INFORMATION. MAILS. Poi'fc Dili-win and Southport. (by steamer). UP MAIL.-Leaves Port Darwin on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday ¡it 130 p.m.; arrives at Southport same days at 6 p.m. DOWN MAIL.-Leaves Southport on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday at 7 a.m., and arrives at'-Port- Darwin -.same days at 10.30 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

¡ffaptii Australian ' NEWSPAPER Is Printed every Friday Evening, AT PALMERSTON, PORT DARWEST, S.A and circulates at Palmerston, Southport, Port Dar\^ Camp, T^clyc-r^Clc, Pine Creek, Yam Greek, Union, Shackle, Howley, and nU other centres of population in thé " Northern Territory, besides having a large Intercolonial , peculation. It Contains A true report pf all local events, weekly " ' Tclosi-amsi'Shipping Intelligence, "" Clippings from our latest files, and a weekly supply of UPCOUNTRY MINING AS» GENERAL NEWS contributed by our Special Correspondent. N Owing tp ils Great Circulation, A the NO.RTII AUSTRALIAN is ' U O an Excellent Medium " S '. for thc usc of all T R ' R . ADVERTISERS, A T 'L whether Colonial I ÏJ Interçplonial, English, A or Foreign. ' N TEEMS qp SUBSCRIPTION : £ s. d. Per Quarter. ... (5 0 Per Annum (advance) 1 0 0 (booked)... 15 0 The above, figures include postage to any part of Australia, but 5s. per annum is added for postage to England or foreign parts. '* ...

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Another Chance for Country Investors. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

Another Chance for Country Investors. If there is one firm in Sydney more than another which seems to grasp the requirements of Hie time and reso- lutely sets to work to «apply these requirements, it is tho firm of Messrs. Boyd ft King, the rising land auctioneers, whose offices are now at Pitt-street, a few doors' "from the City Bank. Messrs. Boyd ft King are distinctly to he credited with the new plan of subdividing estates in and about Sydney, and offering them for sale-not on the coBOy auction system, but on a system of very small cash deposits and easy payments of certain periods. This is really the more true system of mercantile business. The owners of an estate can easily fix a figure which will pay them, and there being no heavy risky outlay announcing sales by auction, a much lower figure can be accepted. Then the purchasing figure for the varions lots is fixed, and no competition, however keen, can ran them up. In the space of a few weeks Messrs. Boyd ft King disposed of a...

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FRENCH MATRIMONIAL TRAGEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

FRENCH MATRIMONIAL TRAGEDIES. Fromentières, a village in the depart- ment of the Marne, has been the scene of a shocking tragedy. A man, suspecting his wife of infidelity, expressed his intention of leaving for Borne place and returning on the morrow. Having purchased a six-cham- bered revolver, he suddenly returned, and found two men in company with his wife. He thereupon fired fatal shots at the three, and concluded by putting a bullet through his own heart. At Gorravilliers, bordering on the Vosges, a young man, formerly a lieutenant of artillery, had, notwithstanding violent reproaches from his wife, pursued an intrigue with a friend of hers. The husband returned at 2 o'clock one morning and fell asleep. His wife rose, and taking a gun, shot him dead. After committing the crime she proceeded some miles to the nearest gendarmerie station and gave herself up.

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Wit & Humour. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

Wit & Humour. Flemington Downs-the upsets over the Grand National. It might be right to call the Queensland sugar-growers Caneanites. A new reading-the nearer the church, the farther from the collection plate. It was Dan O'Connor who said he " in- tended to asscind the lather of flame." The Celtic Club is m foll fig in Sydney. What we want now is a Sell-on-tic Club. 1 The usual thing. A Tamworth man is to be prosecuted for failing in an attempt at suicide. The Sydney coal dealers fined the other day for light weight, found that 17cwt. is not a short cwt. to fortune. Frank Gold is being prosecuted at Mel- bourne for attempting to bribe a detective. It is the first time gold has failed. A young man, giving out a hymn in a Parramatta church, falls dead. It is to be hoped his sad end will be a warning to other young men* We see that the Sydney HERALD has es- tablished an agency at Mohideen Bawa, Colombo. Just the place where it would have a large circula- tion. One Mudgee Member...

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Two Big Sporting Events. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

Two Big Sporting Events. The following is a description of the ninning in the two principal events at Flemington, on the 19 th: GjRAND NATIONAL HURDLE RACE. Mr. D. S. ?Wallace's Don Quixote, 5 years, by Don Giovanni-Quickstep, list. 111b. (Mr. W. Glass cock) ... ... ... ... .... 1 Mr. J. O. Inglis' b. g. Sundowner, aged, Mst.-31b. (Owner). ... ... .... 2 Mr. H. E. Falkner's b. g. Kingwood, 5 years, 12st. 71b. (Scobie). ... ... 3 The other starters were-The Joker (King) Ontario (Batty), Flamborongh (Hemsworth), Yarree (M'Leod), Tantalizer (HUI), Sinking Fund (Hnbit). Betting : 4 to 1 against Don Quixote and Ontario, 5 to 2 against The Joker, 10 to one against any other. ' Yarree was the first to Bhow as the horses had got fairly on their »legs, Sundowner and Ontario next. Then Tantaliser went to the front with a rush, and Sundowner passed Yarree, Don Quixote being well back, and Flam borough lost. Bounding the turn past the stand, TantaUser was leading, with Yarree, Sinking Fund, Sun...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

Sporting Mems. Nicholas, half-brother to Navigator, has been sent to the stud. The total realised by the sale last week of Mr. Cooper's Cowing Dogs, was £1487. Hicken, the pugilist, now in the hotel linc in Melbourne, is likely to lose his license. The weight for colts in the English Derby this year was Hat., and for fillies Sst. 91b. Cap-a-pie, by Star-High Heel, fetched 280 guineas at the Greyhound Sales, at Melbonrne, Inst week. The Australian Trotting. Sires Produce Stokes, to ba run in 1886, lias been- created at Mel- bonrne. . Great Western, the steeple-chaser, sold for 50 guineas the other day, was worth two years ago not. less than 600 guineas. The Australians defeated the Leicester- shire team by ten wickets. Midwinter played well, scoring 52-caught out. Farnan and Jackson, who are to box at Melbourne, for £200, are in active training. A tough and terrific combat is expected. The Grand National Hurdle, and Grand National Steeple, run for last Saturday, were worth to .gether...

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Germans & Pistols in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 22 August 1884

Germans & Pistols in, "Victoria. A cock-and-bull story comes up from Melbourne. It concerns a man who is shot dead, and another who is wounded. Two Germans, named Carl Zahzensky and Henry Zhutheis occupied a room in a Latrobc-strcct lodging house; they appeared to live on good terms, but on the morning of July 13, Carl dashed down stairs, bleeding profusely from the arm and informs the householder that " there has been one big accident upstairs, and the most dreadful suicide." The people fly upstairs, and lying on a bed is the dead body of Henry. And here, according to Carl's statement, is how the tragedy occurred. Henry rose in his bed and drew out a revolver, saying to Carl, " Oh, look, see what I have got;" and then the revolver went off, shoot- ing Carl in the shoulder, whereupon Henry ex- claimed, " Oh, my dear Carl, have I shot yon ?" The next minute, overcome with grief, he raised the revolver to his own head, and blew his brains out. He staggered and fell in a heap o...

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TRAIN WRECKERS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 29 August 1884

TRAIN WRECKERS IN ENGLAND. In Mexico train wreckers are hanged without trial or delay, on the scene of their crime. Bed-handed justice of that kind appears to t>9 needed in England. À London paper of June 15, reports as follows :-It has just transpired that on Monday night an attempt was made to wreck a train on the Brighton Railway. It appeared that the driver on the mail train leaving London bridge at 6.10 for Brighton, found on approaching Redhill Junction that he had gone over something, and on search being made it was discovered that the engine had smashed a heavy piece of timber, the remains of which were still to be seen beside the rails. The timber had been secured to the metals. The pieces were forwarded to East Croydon, and the affair is beingthoroughlyinvestigatedby the officials. It is officially reported on the parts of the Chatham and Dover Railway Company that the iron rad with which some miscreant on Saturday week attemped to upset the Dover express was 3ft. Gin. ...

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BRIDAL SHOOTING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 29 August 1884

BRIDAL SHOOTING PARTY. A terrible tragedy, resulting from the be- trayal of a young woman, occurred at Poplar Ridge, Ala., May 16. GeorgeD. Atchley was engaged to marry Miss Tacket, and had be- trayed her. The day for the wedding was set, but Atchley failed to put in an appearance, I having fled the neighborhood. When he re- turned he was warned that he carried his life in his hand. The elder Atchley and the girl's father became involved in difficulty. The younger Atchley and a younger Tacket I appeared on the scene. The latter drew a ! pistol and shot George Atchley in the side. Atchley turned and shot Tacket in the breast, causing a fatal wound. Young Atchley then fired at the elder Tacket, striking him in the back of the head, in- flicting fatal injuries. Both the Tackets then opened fire on George Atchley, but he escaped with a serious wound in the side. The elder Atchley séens to have tried to prevent the difficulty. All parties are well connected, and the tragedy has caused a ...

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CHIME AND QUICK REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 29 August 1884

CHIME AND QUICK REVENGE. David J. Dean, an ex-policeman, aged twenty-five years and unmarried, has been living in Savannah, Ga., for some time past with his brother, Buford L. Dean, a police- man in the employ of the Ocean Steamship Company. Buford is a married man with three children, one of whom is a pretty girl sixteen years of age. Â few week ago Buford became suspicious of the relations between the uncle and niece, and on May 21 he took the girl into his brother's room, and, standing them face to face, compelled them to confess their sin. Buford then conducted his daughter down stairs, where the rest of the family were, and, arming himself with a revolver, agaiu went up stairs to his brother's room, and, without another word, fired four bullets of thirty-eight caliber into his body. One of the bullets penetrated his temple and tiie other three passed completely through his chest. He fell to the floor and death was almost instantaneous. Buford then went down stairs and sent to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 29 August 1884

BERKLEY'S FEVER & AGUE MEDICINE, Ague Cored in 4flt Hour». THE never-fajljng success of this remedy has induced the Proprietor to intro-, duce, it to the public. For convenience ot those residing in, the interior, the medicine is put up in a convenient form. The trial; of one bottle! will prove, its virtue as a.. remedy for the disease, for winch it is; I specially intended. Testimonials. The following extract froin, Mr, E. B¿. KENNEDY'S bpok " Four years.in (Queens-" land," will suffice to. show the-taine of this. Medicine: "There aro numerous Fever-and Ague. Medicines advertised; but I cannot in, justice quit tliis subject without rccorn mending that made and; sold by Mpr. BERKLEY", of Queen-street, Brisbane. I took some into the bush in a concentrated form; a,few drops completely cured the. disease in every ipstancc.ift,whick. Ltriedi it, and often prevented itswmmg^q». No. one should bc without i£, and nj}, should, guard that glass bottle as his life .ip all his¡ wanderi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 29 August 1884

LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTBACT OP MEAT. Finest and cheapest meat flavouring stock for soups, made dishes and sauces. Invaluable for the colonies on account of its keeping good, in tho hottest climates and for any leiigtl\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 Mediad Journal," etc. CAUTION.-Genuine only with the fac- simile of Baron Liebig'* Signature in Blue Ink across thc Label. "Consumption in England increased tenfold in teu years." Liebig Company's Extract of Meat is invariably adopted when once fairly tried. To be had of all storekeepers and dealers throughout the colonies. Liebig's Extract of Meat Company Limited, 43, Mark Lane, London, Eng- land. GRIMAULT & CO., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Paris : 8, Bue yiyienne, 7K Paris. Diseases of the Chest Cijred. / Grimaul£& Co.'s Syrun of HyppfPhosphite of Lime. " ' : We invite all who are ailing from Diseases of thc C...

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