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Southport and Twelve-Mile. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 19 October 1883
Southport and Twclvc-Milc.. (by coach.) UP MAIL.-Leaves Southport on Sun- day, at 5 a.m.; Bridge Creek, Monday noon.; Port Darwin Camp, Monday, 5 p.m.; Yam Creek, G p.m.; arrives at Twelve Mile at 8 p.m. Dows MAIL.-Leaves the Twelve-Mile at 1a.m., onTucsdoy; Yam Creek, same day, 5 a.m., Port Darwin Camp, same day, (j a.m.; Bridge Creek, same day, ll a.m., arriving at Southport on "Wednesday, at G p.m..
Sporting News. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 19 October 1883
137 nominations lia ve been received for thc Caulfield (Vic.) Cup. ' In a fight recently, between Sullivan, thc American champion, and Slade, thc Maori, the latter was badly beaten in three rounds. Hanlan, the champion sculler, lias signified his wilingncss to row Laycock anywhere, on condition of ¿£300 being allowed him for expenses. Owing to a fall in thc river in Massa- chusetts on August 20, the professional sculling race wa;; postponed to Saturday, and was not started until nearly six o'clock in thc evening, owing to rough water and a stiff breeze. The men were called back after a false start. Some returned, but others, including Hanlan, Hosmer, and Teenier, rowed over the course. Another race wras or- dered, and Hanlan took the lead and turned thc buoy first, followed closely by Ross and Hosmer, the others not far off. An excursion steamer from Providence ran among the boats, and the swell from its paddle-wheels upset Hanlan Elliot, and Hosmer. Darkness coming on rapidly, it w...
NEWS IN A NUT-SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 19 October 1883
NEWS IN A NUT-SHELL. Five thousand Italian priests have been received by. thc Pope. His Holi- ness remarked that this evidence of union between thc clergy and the Pon- tiff was very consoling to him. Mr. Archibald Forbes has published an essay on thc social characteristics of Australia. A portion of the cargo of frozen mutton by the New Zealand Shipping Company's ship Mataura, from Auck- land, consisting of 7333 carcasses, has been examined and found to be rotten. A bed of slate 4ft. deep and 16ft. wide was found by sonic workmen employed in excavating a side of a mountain near Stairwell Quarries, Government Reserve. About 13,600 people left South Aust- ralia last year, and only 12,000 arrived. A fine lake a mile and a-half in length and half-a-mile in breadth has been discovered near Herberton. A six-legged foal has been produced at Booval. The two additional limbs are attached to the ordinary forelegs. The directors of the Moonta Copper Mine (S.A.) state that the mine is being wor...
The North Australian. FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 19 October 1883
FRIDAY EVENING.. OCTOBER 19. ?+-: TIIE gold escort brought down a total of 317oz. lOüoz. were for Port Darwin and 211oz. for Southport. THREE members of the Western Australian exploring party, Messrs. Carr-Boyd, Wells, and O'Mallcy, arrived in town yesterday. NICE showers have been falling here during thc week, and thc appearance of Palmerston and thc surrounding country has completely changed. Br the courtesy of the Acting Government Resident wc arc enabled to state that for thc future parcels of gold weighing up to 250 ounces will be allowed to pass through the Post Office here. THE Swan, schooner, from Western Australia, arrived in harbour last evening. Captain Doust informs us that he was blown away from the Lacepedes, and had to pull up here. After being blown out he had calms to Cape Butchcrville, thence stormy weather in. The Swan is a pearling boat. MESSES. Jolly and Luxton evidently intend to keep pace with thc times. They are now having a large building erected ad- joining...
COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
GOU1ÎÏS. FuU-Jurisdiction, £400, is held at Fal morslon, on Wednesday, as per following dates :-On September 5, October 3, November 7, December 5. Limited Jurisdictions £20,-will be held on September 10, October.17, November 10, and December 10. Licensing Bench, on Tuesday. Septem 11 .....1 ^""^".^"o 11
Extraordinary TO THE North, Australian. Friday, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
Eztraordiiiary TO THE Borth. Australian. Friday, Midnight. Conflicts continue to take place between Land Leaguers and Orangemen in Ireland. Strained feelings exist be- tween Germany and France. Germany considers that the French want to quarrel with them. A thousand people have just perished by an earthquake in Asia. Twenty thousand pounds have been subscribed in Eng- land for the exploration of New Guinea The relations between the French and English command- ers at Madagascar are strained. Miclhat Pasha has escaped to the Island of Rhodes. Mah Poo will be hanged at Adelaide on November 12th. The second reading of the Water Conservation Bill was mored yesterday. The Com- missioner of Lands explained that a great amount has been gpent in the interior on conser- vation works, tho residents guaranteeing interest at the rate of five per cent. Doetor Gething is cteacL The Governor leáves for Melbourne next week. Taxation Bill will be intro- duced next Tuesday. The Average yield of wheat i...
COUNTRY MINING AND GENERAL NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 21st, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
COUNTRY MINING AND GENERAL NEWS. (FROM OUR OAVX CORRESPONDENT.) October 21st, 1SS3. GRAXD showers of rain have fallen during the past week, and already the grass is some inches high. The relief to thc eye from the brown dry appear- ance to the bright green tinge is quite rcfrcsliing. I am glad to say that these showers have been general throughout thc mining districts. Several men have been taken on at the Grove Hill Company's claims during the week, and the managci*, Mr. Stevens, has started opérations on the CoinpanjT's Margaret claims. The battery is nearly ready, and there is about one hundred tons of quartz at grass for the stampers to commence upon. The telegraph repairing party is now at work just beyond the Shackle. Mr. A. Pybus, tho overseer, is to be credited with having put in some good sub- stantial work. I think it would prove a considerable saving if tho Telegraph Department were to replace the wooden poles with iron ones, more especially on these sections near the coa...
FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT. TWELVE-MILE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT. TWELVE-MILE. AU that is wanted to make things lively is some good heavy showers. There must he a Jonah or a Johanna in the camp, or some other misfortunes hovering round us as wc have had none of the abundance of water that has been falling around us ; even thc creeks refuse to scud down their supplies. Mr. Adam Johns has got all thc tim- ber in for sawing for thc quartz shoot As soon as sawing operations are com- pleted thc battery will start work crush- ing. All ,thc claims arc looking very well ; there is plenty of stone ready for crushing, and more than enough eau bc got out to keep thc battery going full time. Landers, 3Tughcs,'and Blair have taken a tribute of tho Hongkong claim for five years, and arc busily engaged in putting in a tunned to cut the reef at a low level. It is to be hoped they will pick up thc rich gold again, as their enterprise deserves success. Landers and Hughes are also working out thc balance of thc New Era tribute. EXTENDED U...
POST OPPICE ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
POST OPPICE OlîDElîS. For sums able in South Australia . Other Australian Colonies \ Tasmania, or .NewiScalaud ) United Kingdom, India, or \ Capo of Good Hope .j Germany or Switzerland Hongkong ., Not exceeding £2 s. v. 0 G 1 0 Above £2, and not exceeding £5. s. 1». 0 0 1 0 2 G 4 0 3 0 Above £5,|. and not exceeding I £7. a. ». 1 Ü 3 0 3 G 0 0 4. G No Single Order can bo granted for more than £10.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THROUGH the very liberal support extended to us since the starting of the NOKIH AUSTBALIAN, we have now been enabled to lessen the rates of subscription tb the paper. See advertising column. WE thankfully acknowledge the receipt, from the Government Resident's Office, of the South Australian Monthly Postal and Telegraphic Guide. SOME splendid specimens were brought to town yesterday by Mr. C. Harrison and lodged at the Town and Country Bank, where they may be inspected. They were taken from his new prospecting claim at No. 1 Depot, the " Southern Cross." FOOT-BACE talk has been the order of the week, one or two "dark horses" having arrived in our midst who fancy themselves somewhat. Loyden is likely to be first'to test their mettle, as a match has been arranged between him and E. Phavel to be run on an carly date. THE members of the Port Darwin Cricket Club will sec hy advertisement that tho annual general meeting takes place on Tuesday evening next. The hon. sec...
The North Australian. FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 26. j REVIEWING the speech, made by Mr. W. V. Smith at the preliminary I meeting of the Northern Territory I.Association at Adelaide we cannot [refrain from tendering our thanks .to .him for speaking, up. so ably on behalf of the Territory. Anyone reading Mr. «Smith's remarks with reference to telegraphic communi- cation could tell at once that he was an old Territorian, and therefore knew exactly what it was to live in a place wkei'o mailboats were like angels' visits, and where telegrams are charged for at tho exhorbitant rates which rule here. It is an ex- traordinary freak of Governmental policy to condemn a place like the Northern Territory to almost abso- lute. seclusion from the rest of the known world for five, or six weeks at .a stretch ; but such is, and has been all along, the policy of the South ?Australian Government towards this portion of tho province. Ju Po-t Darwin, where the news of the world! flashes through daily, any reason-, able mortal ...
Yam Creek and Katherine. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
Yam Creek and. Katherine, (by packhorse). Ur MAIL.-Leaves Yam Crock on Tues- day afc 5 a.m.; Pori Darwin Camp, same day, ü a.m.; Twelve Mile, same day, ll a.m.; arriving at Pine Creek, at o' p.m., and Katherine on Thursday, at 5 p.m. DOWN MAIL.-Leaves Katherine on Saturday,.G a.m.; Pine Creek, Monday, 5 a.m.; Twelve-Mile, same doy,. 12.10 p.m.; Port Darwin Cami), same day, 5.10 p.m.; j arriving at Yam Creek at G p.m.
Southport and Twelve-Mile. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
Southport and. Twelve-Mile. (by coach.)-. Ur MAIL.---Leaves Southport on Sun- I chg", at 5 a.m.; Bridge Creek, Monday noon.; Port Darwin Camp, Monday, 5 p.m.; Yam Creek, (J p.m.; arrives at Twelve j Mile at S p.m. I DOWA MAIL.-Leaves thc Ïwelv.c-Milc at I mm.,, on Tuesdey ; Yam Creek, same day, û a.m., Port Darwin Camp, same day, (J a.m.; Bridge Creek, same day, ll a.m., arriving at Southport on."Wednesday, at G p.m.
RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
RAINFALL. Thc following is the rainfall for wee ending October lf)i.li : Inches. Alice Springs . CN-JO Barrow Creek . 0 270 Tcnnant's Creek. 0 020 Powell's Creek. 1M20 Paly Waters. 0 050 Katherine. 0-5'50 Pine Creek . 1-U70 Yam Creek . 0 200 Southport. 2-020 Port Darwin . 0140 J. \V~. JoTrxsTox, Oifieer in Charge.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 26 October 1883
AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL P il Ü V ID E N T SüüiE T Y_ EsT.UiU.SlIEU lt)49. . Head Oilico-87 Pitt-Street., Sydney. Queensland Branch Ollicc-13U Queen Street Brisbane. Queensland Board: Hon. J. S. Turner, M. E. C. Chairman.. Kearsey Cannan, Esq., M. II. C. S., Deputy-Chairman James F. darrick, Esq,, Q. C., M. L. A. L. A. Uernays, Esq., E. L. S., F. ll. G. S. Hon. E. B. Forrest, Esq., M. L. C. South Australian Branch-91 King William St., Adelaide. LOCAL liOARIJ OF DIRECTORS. Thc Hon. Alexander ii ay, M. L. C., Chairman. William Gosse, Esq., M. D., Deputy Chairman. The Hon. Maurice Salom, M. L. C. Thc Hon. Sir Henry Ayers, Iv. C. M. G., M. L. C. Tint 1 Ion. Sir Win. Morgan, E. C. Td. G. , M. L. C. Medical Olliccrs: J. D. Thomas, Esq., M. D. J. C. Vercoe, Esq., M. D. Resident Secretary:-Joseph Herring.. 00,000 Members. £900,000 Annual Revenue. Invested Funds Exceed Foui* UEÍ1-. lions Tiiiee Hundred "i'liousana Sterling. IiastYear cit lie Quinemeuiunv Policies effected dining thc year 1 SSiî wil...