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LEGAL BUT ALMOST INHUMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
LEGAL BUT ALMOST INHUMAN. The case of " Roebuck v. the Norwegian Titanic Iron and Coal Company " was heard in the Queen's Bench division London recently. It was an action by the widow of a man who had been engaged in the service of the company in coal mining. There was a fire in the. mine, which was öot discovered, through the negligence of the company'* manager, whose duty it was to inspect the mine ; and, in consequence, part ; of the mine was rendered' dangerous. In the course of their work the deceased and another man in the service of the company went down into the mine. The other man went into the part that was dangerous, and was suffocated and became insensible. The deceased man, i anxious to save him though warned of the danger-went to rescue him'; and clung to his body, trying to drag it out bf the reach of the suffocating gas, until he himself felt its influence and was beginning to succumb to it. Still, with heroic self-devotion, he dung to his companion's body and persis...
THE WORLD'S FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
THE WORLD'S FACTS, A remarkable exhibition of the inefficiency ot tome of the British regular troops was made on July. 8, at a sham fight near the oaasp at Aldershot. Hundreds of the soldiers displayed an otter, lack of ?tamma, and fell out of (he ranks during the evolu- tions. Many were sunstmek and others ware in- capacitated by sore feet, summer eomplaint and other ailments. The ambulances were kept con- stantly occupied in oarrying the sufferers to the rear, and the hospital is now crowded with invalids. Some interesting figures with regard to the growth of the establishment belonging to Herr Krupp at Hessen have just been published. In 1860 the Essen foundry had only 1764 workmen, that number had risen to 7084 ten years later, and it ia now upwards of 90,000. Counting the women and children Herr Krupp's establishment gives em- ployment to 65,881 persons, of Whom 89,000 live in houses belonging to their employer. The foundry is divided into eight sections, and there are ll blast...
Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT ADELAIDE. OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
Telegraphic News. FROH OUR OWN COBBHPOHDBJrf ADELAIDE. OCTOBER 3D. London telegrams of yesterday state that England will probably offer to establish peaceful relations between France and China. The French Récidiviste Bill has been modified, and it is now left at the op- tion of. the Government where they transport their convicts to. The TIMBS approves of the modification. Lord Wolseley is mst approaching Khartoum with the relief force for General Gordon. Shaw's team of English cricketers arrived here yesterday in the steamer Orient, and have been entertained by the Mayor. A monster demonstration occurred at Hyde Park, London, this week. Over 100,000 persons attended, and the meeting was orderly throughout. Reso- lutions were unanimously passed affirm- ing the desirability of abolishing the House of Lords. The warship Nelson left Moreton Bay (Q.) on Monday for New Guinea direct. The German Government are subsi- dising a new line of steamers running between Germany and Australia, call...
Political. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
Political. Monsignor Lord Petro wiü take his seat in tb« HOOK of Iioras. taring tlse autumn season. He wfll be the first Cetholie priest who has sst there sinos the Befotaostion. ; ' Mr. Gladstone, in deehning to bring in an Enabling or Confederation HOI, exphúned that it was not from want of sympathy wHM the object desired, bot that (he great politieal fight over 'the Franchise Bfll, which gires two miUieas af .jpoor men a vote, most be settled before everything. Everything seems to indicate that Mr.4Giadstone will ter- minate an fllnstrions career with a stroke more astonishing than any he nat Invierto dealt. If he does not aSohsh the Hotiae öf fords he will have dealt it a blow that means* lingering dfâta.. Mr. Biggar and Michael Davitt have quarrelled. Twas ever that. ' Ireland has been several times on the eve of getting what the world concedes she is entitled to, and then-a quarrel amongst the leaders! It is this sort of thing that alienates the sympathy of millions. Men with ...
PRESENTATION TO MR. T. A. ROWELL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
PRESENTATION TO MR. T. A. ROWELL. I A MEETING of members of tie Port Dar- win Cricket Club was held at Hopewell's Club Hotel on Saturday evening last for the purpose of making a presentation to the Hon. Sec. of the Club, Mr. T. A. Bowell, previous to his going South. About 20 fentleman sat round the table, Mr. J. A. G. attie (President) occupying the chair. As soon as the "phiz " had been distri- buted The Chairman said,-Mr. Bowell and Gentlemen.-I feel very much honored by the members of the Port Darwin Cricket Club appointing me to make this present- ation, but I feel very sorry that Mr. Parsons could not manage to be present to undertake the task, as I believe Mr. Parsons is 'a good cricketer and takes a great interest in cricket matters, and would bave done better justice to the occasion. Cricket has made great progress since Mr. Bowell came and took the office of Secretary, which he has fulfilled most energetically, and I am sure that the inhabit- ants of Palmerston as well as ...
LATENT NEWS BY THE MAIL. AN AMERICAN RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
LATENT ÑEWS BY THE MÄIL. AN; AMERICAN RAILWAY ACCIDENT. The Guion Line mail steamer Alaska, which arrived it Liverpool, brought parti- culars of a terrible railway catastrophe which rjcmrrcdin St. Louis, Mohican, on the 2nd .of July, when a train was thrown into a river, and it was beKevéd ílaHat least 15 lives had been lost. The engineer m charge of the'train was slowing up to cross the bridge, and the train came 'almost to a stop on the structure. He then put on a little extra steam to bring the train over when the biidge gave way; When he found the bridge breaking he blew the alarm whiste, and continued to sound it until - the, engine itself went under water. It was - .believed that by this warning a' number of people were able to jump from the bridge . inip the river, and save themselves by swimming. One car left the track, and this, it was said, was the only thing that prevented-, the whole train ; from being thrown into the river. As it was, the engine and, six cars weo precip...
OUR ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
OUR ESTIMATES. THE details of estimated revenue and expenditure of the Northern Territory for the year ending 30th June, 1885, have just come to hand. The revenue for that period is put down at £100,077 10s. lld, while the expenditure is made up to an exactly similar sum. The summary is an interest- ing one in both departments. In the revenue estimates, land sales are expected to realise the largest amount, viz., £30,000, Customs coming next with £25,000, or an anticipated increase over the receipts for tile same period of last year of £2,18618s 8d. Bents, Licences, Sic., for Crown Lands, are estimated to yield £23,000, or £2000 over the estimate for 1883-4, and little less than £100 under the sum received from this source during that time. Last year it was estimated that the revenue ob- tained from rainers' rights and other fees pertaining to goldfields would amount to £600, but the figures show that only |£292 13s. 2d was received ; the estimates for the following year depend upon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
BERKLEY'S FEVER & AGUE MEDICINE. Ague Cured in 48 Bonn. THE never-failing success of this remèdy has induced the Proprietor to intro- duce it to the oublie. For convenience of those residing m 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 which it is. specially intended. Testimonials. The following extract from Mr, E. IL KENNEDY'S book " Four years in Queens- land," will suffice to show the value of this Medicine: " There are numerous Fever and Ague Medicines advertised; but Ï cannot in justice quit this subject without recom- mending that made and sold by Mr.; BERKLEY, of Queen-street, Brisbane. I took some into the bush in a concentrated form; a few drops completely cured the disease in every instance in which I tried it, and often prevented its coming on. No one should be without it, and he should guard that glass bottle as his life in all his wanderings." Boma, Maranoa. District^ ...
GOLD POSTAGE, INLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
GOLD POSTAGE, INLAND. Parcels containing gold not exceeding 250 ounces are carried by mail once every fortnight under Escort. Kate of postage charged is M per ounce, and every parcel must be registered, A bonus of £5000 is offered by the South ! Australian Government for tho first 500 tons of sugar grown and manufactured in the Northern Territory. A reward of £500 will be paid to the discoverer of a new goldfield in the Nor- thern Territory, after 5000 ounces have been taken ¿-om it. A reward of £10,000 is offered for the discovery of a coal mine in thc Northern Territory.
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
Gold discovered near Tumut, N.S.W. Silver has b9en discovered near Roma, Queensland. Mining dull in Ballarat-many men out pf employment. . ,.."., ;, vV(ifrr', The Mayor of Ballarat spent £800 over the Governor's visit. ' n S. J. Macdonald of Bexley Heights, near , Canterbury, shpt bimset. r " . k uniform penny postage to be estab-^ lished throughout Victoria. . ; . . : ; The hottest weather for twenty years in ' London 97*5 in the shade. Donald Dinnie is giving exhibitions of , strength in Woodyear's Circus, Sydney. ?', 8878 oz. of amalgam from 91 tons of' stone in the. South Wilmot mine, Gympie. ' 'v I George Houghton committed suicide by" r stabbing himself in Parkes, New South Wain. The late Mr. Henry Butterworth, of f Bathurst left £1000 to the British and Foreign' Bible Society. ; -.'&lt;."'&lt;. The Collaroy that went ashore nearly" three years ago has been floated and brought np the i Sydney harbour. ? r;. The Hoc. Bobert Stout, Premier of N.;2,y -. cannot pre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
T. O'Connor, JERATED WATER ARD _ _ . ' ; W " CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, PALMERSTON CLUB HOTEL. kP. HOPEWELL, - - £(OPRIETOR. Scale of Charges: £ S. id. Board and Accommodation . . . per week,... .... ... .2.10'.0, /Board only, per «eek. 2 0 0 Board sad Accommodation, per day ... . 0 10; 0 Meals ... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Beds \ ... ... ... ..; 0 3 0 'Dinner or Tiffi» Parties in Private Apart- j ments by Special Arrangement. Saddle Horses and Baggies for Hire. -(o) Telegrams addressed "PALMKBSTOIC CLUB | HOTBIJ" will receive prompt attention. Asstirailan MutualProvident I Society. ESTABLISHED 1849. Head Offiee-87 Pitt-Street, Sydney. &lt;2aeensland Branch Office-130 Queen-1 Street Brisbane. Qneensland Board: Hen. J. & Tarner, M. L. G. Chairman. .Keaney Cannan, Esq., M. R. C. ST, v" Deputy-Chairman . .Jame* F; Garrick, Esq,, O^ÉS^L^J L. A. Bernays, Esq., F. L. S., F.R. G. Sf Hon. E. B. Forrest, Esq., M. L. 0 50,000 Members. £900,000 Annual Revenue. Invested Funds Exceed POUT Mil...
SHIPPING. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
ARRIVED October 26-The C. N. Co's. s.s. Wham poa, J. E. Williams, master, from Hong-, kong. 4 Chinese passengers ; About 18. tons general cargo.-Adcock Bros., agents.. October 26-The E. & A. Co's. s.s.. Tannadice, 8. G. Green, master, frome southern ports. Passengers :-Mr. and. Mrs. McKenzie, Mrs. Johnson and child,. Miss Desbois, Messrs. Briggs, M'Kenzie,. Bose, and Mant. About 50 (¡ons general cargo.-V. V. Brown, agent. October 26-The E. & A. Co's. s.s.. Catterthun. H. Craig, master,, from Hong kong. ^Passengers, Mesan. Biqolu^wuL^iÉ Thademck.-"v. V. Brown, agent.! SAILED. October 27-The C. N. Co's. s.s.Wham-. Sa for- southern perts. Passengers, essrs. T. A. Bowell, Holdworth, Ali¿ Kyson. Cargo-2 cases instruments for- ^ Surrey Department.-Adcock Bros.,. agents. October 27-The E. & A. Cols. s.s.. Catterthun, for southern ports. Passen-, gers.-Mrs. Christoe jfcid child, Miss: Holtae, Messrs. W. m. Smith, C. H.. Tyrrell, Frost, Hedley, Elliott, McMaugh, Bucha...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
TOPICS OF THE DAY. . Who's to be. flogged? A. G. Taylor, ; member for Mudgee, says nobody. This, ~: of i course, might be expected, and, of course agaiu, he says so in that style of splay-footed " eloquence so much affected by men who ? : would appear to be what they are not. Says he :-" Flogging is barbarous in its opera . tion, vindictive in its purpose, a relic of the old Mosaic dispensation, and in direct %pontiontothe Gospel of Christ." School boy gag is not a suitable thing to deal with " von a subject so important as this. Any in- telligent boy of 15 can sling out these well balanced phrases that balance nothing. Then was hope that the tall man would do some good work. He appears to have , spoilt the promise of his youth, and settled down to the old hanky pank. Either he knows nothing, or he has got so prematurely "'cocky''that he thinks the public knows noshing. The Andersen case has started ibis discussion, and the papers divide on the subject. Should a man, under any cireu...
POST OFFICE ORDEES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
POST OFFICE ORDEES. For sums If payable in South Australia . : Other Australian Colonies ") \ Tasmania, or New Zealand j "United Kingdom, India, or 7 Capo of Good Hopo ..J ' Germany or Switzerland Hongkong .;. Not oxeeeding £2 S. D. 0 6 1 0 1 O Above £2,| and not exceeding 1 O 2 0 . 4. .0: 3 0 Above £5,|. and not exceeding I £7. 2 0 No Single Ordor can be granted for more than £10. A Money Order Office was opened at Yam Creek (Shackle) on thc 4th Septem- ber, 1884.
The Education Act. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
. «The éducation Act. Tbs Act ù in no Auger -from the .clérical agita- tion, because nobody peja attention to the wildly extravagant talk of gentlemen who nae the words "in- fidelity," " pickpocket," ère., in deecmbing the pro- bable effecte of a purely, secular education. Sacha system of publie inststtstioB hw never been tried, for one thing, br, if tried, eertsinly not in Aus- tralia, as a glance at the schoolbooks amply testifies. The danger is pretty well put in the GOTTLBUBN HERALD, and consista in departmentalism. We get rid of political patronage only ' to be tyranised over by a sluggish department. ' We spend over half a inUlionaycar on education, but have no sort of direct voice in its expenditure. The press has called attention to the matter often enough, but years pass and nothing is done, while the system of public instruction becomes gradually dissociated from popular control ind sympathy, and depart- mental government reigns supreme. This , is a result which was delibe...
Rushing a Common. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
Rushing a Common. There waa a land rash as Yong when it was found the common had not been properij reserved from selection and 8240 acres taken hp. This recalls a Kttle episode of.'10 yea» ago. Mayor M'DoweQ, of Ballarat, having heard or learnt somehow that there had been some little techni- cality neglected in the GAZETTE proclamation bf the common, went ont one fine morning and pegged ont thé whole thing. It cost a good deal of money to dislodge James. We call attention to this matter as a very argent one. Town derk* are very fre- quently slovenly-in their work, and care about nothing bot their salaries and how to please one or two influential oounefllora. Sometimes, however, the town elerie ie not -half as big a Jool as hs ap- pears, and by leaving a slight flaw in a municipal contract, or in an arrangement for a reserve, he can manage to lay his friends on to a good thing. In speaping of this we have no grounds whatever for believing'that anything of the kind has occurrad at You...
Yam Creek and Katherine, [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
Yam Creek and Katherine, (by packhorse). Mails leave Yam Creek ou Wednesdays at 5 a.m. and arrive at Port Darwin Camp on Wednesday at 6.30 a.m. ; Grove Hill at 7 a.m.; Twelve-Mile Camp, 12 noon; Estended Union, 12.30 p.m. ; Union Beef, 4 p.m. ; Pine Oréele, C p.m. ; Katherine on Friday at 2 p.m. BETT/BH TBIP. Mails leave Katherine on Saturdays at noon and arrive at Pine Creek on Sundays at 5 p.m. ; Union Beef, Monday, 7 a.m. ; Extended Union, 11.30 a.m. ; Twelve Mile Camp, 12, noon ; Grove Hill, 4 p.m.; Port Darwin Camp, 4.30 p.m. ; Yam Creek,. 6 p.m.
POSTAL CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 31 October 1884
POSTAL CHARGES. LETTERS. . PARCELS. PAPER8 England and Europe 6dT¿oz 4oz., 4d. è China. 6 4 4 f. Singapore direct.' 6f 4 4 f " via Hongkong ls., ¿- 4 4 . Java direct 6 -J- 4' 4 £ " via Hongkong ls. £ 4 4 -i Victoria... .... 2 f l 4 f New South Wales 2 i .1. 4 1 Queensland ... 2 ,£ 1 4 £ Tasmania ... >2 f . 1 ' 4 If - South Australia . 2 ' ; ?§ ' -J- . West Australia... -2'* -.M. 4 New Zealand ... 2 f 4 1 1