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Queensland. Brisbane, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

Brisbane, August 1. The barque Mailsgate, bound from this port to Newcastle in ballast, struck on the Middleton Beet and became a total wreck. The captain and crew took to the boats, and have just arrived here in an ezhaused con- dition after enduring great privation. They have been eight; days in : the boats.' '? . ";;-,;-;:r; ; The Premier is endeavouring to persuade ° Parliament to grant a certain sn m to be devoted to the en- dowment of a .Queensland Univer- sity. ;j;. f;:.; /.., The sugar production for the colony shows a largo decrease on last yeaty :'" ;, ,,> i^y^jv'v^': Genefiak Edwards,, who has been making a thorough investigation of the. colony's defences,; compliments the troopsüipon their^ fine soldierlike appearance. . . 1

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EVELEEN. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

EVELEEN. July 28. The proprietors of the May .Bell mine are busy sinking, and the stone promises to turn out really good. Coarse gold can be seen every time -the "lode is broken down, and the poorest stuff gives a nice tail of gold by the dolly and dish. The King Solomon is driving from a straight shaft, and expect to cut some of .the numeróos gold-bearing reefs during, the coming week. All we requue in this locality to make things hum is crushing appliances. . ' By the way, it may Be of interest to mention that the concentrates from the reefs here are very good, and a couple of vanners attached to a battery is abso- lutely necessary. The Eureka vanners are working very satisfactorily ; the output of gold is considered good, and before another month the returns should be nearly double. At the local syndicate's mine at No. 1 Depot the workmen '«re preparing to bag about twenty or. thirty tons of quartz taken from the shaft.1 Thjs is intended to lie sent ito -the Fountain Head to be c...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Big strike threatening at Broken Hill. Government policy meeting with general opposition. Colonies unite in supporting West Australian; demand for autonomy. Marriage of the Princess Louise. Lively debate on question of Royal grants. Gladstone's golden wedding. War in the Soudan — Cairo threatened — Fight anticipated between Dervishes and British troops. Searle and O'Connor. Wreck on Queensland coast. Execution of Morrison. South Australia. Adelaide, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

Telegraphic News. ? FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT '. \; - ? '. " Big «trike threatening at .:? Broken Hill. .,;.:i>u Government policy meeting with general opposition. Colonlei unite in supporting West Australian; demand for autonomy, v Marriage of the Princess . Louise. Lively debate on question of ,. Boyal grants. £ r Gladstone's golden wedding. War in the Sondan -Cairo threatened - Fight anticí- patela between Dervishes and British troops. Searle and O'Connor. Wreck on Queensland coast. .'fe' . ' ' f r!- _ " U, S. S t Execution of Morrison. j". '. ,. ii, a jv i 1 > f Sbn^|niitr^lá/r';,'i J'.', ^Adelaide/ Augusti l. The latest Mining Exchange quo-* tations are as follows : Prokens \"^Uï^&s:$i.k'C:.; Block 14 ..I-, 6 15 0 . Block 10 ..: 9 0; .Junctions..¡ú.). .v¿;>;>12:.1400,1.;;, ; Centrals ..... .,.^.v.;frj,5.rl5 0 Souths . .'-'A 4:15 Ö British' Blockst ^ftlö 3£KB 0'í Bakers Creek - ... 8 14 0 Eveleens .v^-^vv;W-iyÇï? : Business in snares. lias Wen'fairly brisk t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

Post Office and Telegraph Departments. Port Darwin, XT.,. April 4th,. 188SV Time Table-Finland. Mails. PALMERSTON AND BDREUNDIE SERVICED (Three times per week ly train.) Pal'ersion : Mail closes : Tuesday} . Thursday > 7.15 am: . Saturday J Adelaide Hiv.-Arr; i Tuesday S Thursd'y V 1.20 jua Saturday/' Howley-Arr^i.Tuesday V . Thursday" >3.10.p.nu Saturday - » J' Burrundie--Air. : Tuesday -\ / Thursday > 5.10 pan... Saturday ) RETURN." Burrundie : .Mail closes : Monday .; Wednesday > 8 "a.mv Friday 3 Howley-Arr. : Monday "). ; Wednesday > 10.55 avm. Friday J Adelaide Riv.-Arr. : Monday "V . Wednesday S 1Î.30: p.m. Friday J Palmerston-Arr. r Monday ") . ; . ' Wediwsdny [ fi.2ftp.nu. Friday / PORT DARWIN CAMP RAILWAY SIDING, AND GROVE HILL BRANCH SKKVICE. (Once-per wctfkvby packhorse.). Grove Hill-Arr.: Saturday,5.3dp.m.. R E TU RN. Grove Hill^-Depu Wednesday, 8 a.nu _ ? . BURRUNDIE AND MAUDE GREEK MAIL. SERVICE. ' (VIA Union Beef, -Pine Creek, and River . Katherine.).; ...

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PROGRAMME: [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

PROGRAMME: MAIDEN.; PLATE, to start, at ll ; 10 per cent.*; for all horses that ime"ñires won ahadvertised race ; : entrance lisov.;; distancé, one mile. 7 i RAILWAY STAKES HANDICAP, toV " start at 11.30; 15 per cent* ; nomina- T tion 1 SOT.; acceptance 1 sor.; distance f ' : U milé.; . ??{ N.T. STAKES, to start at ^noon; 2J per " cent.*'; for all' horses - foaled in the ' Territory, with a sweep"; of 2 sors.; : horses to bc approved of by the Stewards; -weight for age; distance.one mile. .BURRUNDIE CUP HANDICAP, to start at T45; 40 per cent.* ; second, horse to receive 5 -per cent, from! prue ^ nomination 2 sovs;. acceptance 2 sovs.; distance 2 miles. CHINAMAN'S RACE, to start at 2.30 ; 5 per cent.* ; to be tho bona fide. pro« perty of Chinamen and ridden by them; entrance 1 sov.; distance 1 mife j 'post/ entry.. ''1 ' '. ? ?..^:.:.;.7' PUBLICANS'PURSE, to start at 3.15";. 10 per cent« ;'- winners of Rail way Stakes and Cup to carry 7 lb. penalty ; welter- . -weights for. age ; ent...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1889. Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

fyht ¿Sfaríh ¿jUsfralian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1889. Copper is quoted at £53 per ton, and tin at £89. Dr. Bovill departed on Wednesday in the s.s. Catterthun. The s.s. Menmuir took 1780 horns from this port. The Earl of Fife and one of the daughters of the Prince of Wales have been married during the week. Between thirty and forty Chinese left for the Flowery Land in the s.s. Menmuir on Saturday. The gold brought by the fortnightly escort on Wednesday amounted to 204£ ounces. The whole of the visiting racehorses have now taken their departure from here, and the next we shall see of them will be at Burrundie on the 15th. Subscription lists are going the rounds for the purpose of raising funds to provide a picnic for the Wesleyan Sunday School children. A reliable correspondent informs us that the Chinese are obtaining good quantities of alluvial gold at the Pine Creek workings. One of the items of export by the s.s. Catterthun for south, was ...

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New South Wales. Sydney, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

New South Wales. Sydney, August 1. The execution of Morrison, the burglar who recently shot a police- man named Sutherland with fatal effect, has been fixed to take place on the 20th inst.   A Chinese leper from Sydney has just died at Mount Ararat.

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My-country Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). UNION. July 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

^p-tönnfrg |[nlt!Iigciicc. . . (From our Correspondents). UNION.: July 26. Thc following are the complete re- turns of crushings at the battery from June 26th to July 17th : June 26-Prospecting Claim, lOi tons, 52oz. (prëvioiisly advised.). u June 26-No. 6 South .jTnipn,. 8 tons for 6oz. . June 26-No. 5 North Lady Alice, 14 tons for 50oz. June 29--No. 6 South Union, 22 tons for 48oz. Juty 2-No. I South lady Alice, 37A .tons for 35o2 4dwts. July 5-No. 5 South Lady Alice, 4 tons for 35oz 5dwts < July 8-No; 5 South Lady Alice, 13 tons.for 14oz 15dwts. ? July 11-r-Na 8 North lUnion, 10 tons for l3nz 19dwts. V " July 17-HNO.12 North iUnion, 7 tons for GozÖdwts 12gr3. The total of stone, crushed was 126 tons, and the aggregate[t yield of gold was 261oz 3dwts 12grs., equal roughly to 2oz ldwt lOgrs per ton. I might remark that very little of the gold obtained hem gofS* ^Palmerston by the escort. : The Chinamen generally take it down themselves,'and other lots are often sent by o...

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Port Darwin Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

¡Port Darwin Cricket Club. A cricket match is arranged for thia j afternoon between Rods v. Blues, 'with tho following teams representing the respective, sides':- , . !: EEDS . -, .1. BLUES," , Mann Griffiths V. Cairns .: Wedd Beresford, A. G. Marchant . . Hehdrj . , .j ... . Green,. }. ; Beresford. E. P. .. . Shanahan . jAdcockVH. H. ; vBrowh,J. : Becker. : , ' , : Wilkie} -. Wadham '. Solomon, M.. Elphick .. Horsey - , Adcock,-W- H. lawrie, J. J. Hingston. .... . .. Harwood Flay is to commence at 2.30 o'clock sharp and a good. game may be expected. :" :. . : *---?-?-' "' ' ? . " ='. India is. responsible for a novelty .in cricket-^a match between " Ugly " v Handsome" men. " .The classifying match coinuiitteéíwa8 to .Iw'coinp^ of three ladies, whose, names : were to be a profound secret \, / ; ;? _ ,... ; At a Boston show the other day the high jumping record for horses was put in the shade by a horse named Filemaker .clearing 6ft lOin. : The Americans seeni .to have an un- quencha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

THE OF M. JSTOSiS & 00. WOJLFE'S .ey THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. TS ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE TTTOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is a r geat V T relief of Rheumatism, infinitely, supérics to brandy or whisky. Invigorate, the system with Wolfe'* Scnapps, the purest stimulant in the world. Wolfe's Schnapps st rengthens and braces up the system against disease.; Be sure jon'obtain Rolfe's. ' ' - Wolfe's Schqoups is a noble, exception to the spirits.of the day. Always ask. for Wolfe's. " ", " . :;o,. Rolfe's Sehpápps Í9 the, most celebrated fjónl^and'siunal&ntof this or any age.' Be cerril thaï you obtain Wolfe's* Tljero is nothing known better calculated to invigorate the'constitution than Wolfe's Schnapps.-' Wolfe's Schnapps is the purest and best stimulant, tonic) diuretic, at present raf ore the worimi " Invigorato the. 9yste,m with Wolfe's Schnapps' if you ''would avoid bii^ui Stacks/ ' ??? ""' The. most suitable invigorajit, i^nralam), t|nd protective is Wçlfe s Schnapps. Obt...

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SIGNALS AT B.A.T. FLAGSTAFF. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

SIGNALS AT BXT. FLA"GSTAEF¿ Telegraph Fjag (tricolour) with "BlA/JV' ; iu centre-Steather in sight; / y .;.«« ?'" Blue and White Chequered l'ln&T-Englisk - and; Australian mails ready - for de . livery at Post Office. ? . .? ' White Pennant with three red stnrj¡, also other signals-Prirate. B flag (small red flag)-Sailing, vessel ia sight. . . *

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Miscellaneous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

The publication of accounts in connec- tion with thc Melbourne Exhibition j shows the prophecies of thu pessimists to j have been completely fulfilled,' the colony coming out a loser in hard cash to the extent of £250,000; the "switch- back" railway is the only thing in con- nection with the show that gives a credit balance.. ' . * ' ; . \ ' ' The Victorian Commissioner of Cus- toms had recently to deal with a some- what peculiar case. ' Some time ago Mr. Montgomerie, a well-known Victorian brewer, proceeded on a visit to Sydney and New Zealand. Tn the former city he invested £700 in the purchase of a diamond necklace for his wife. On returning to Victoria he evaded paying the required duty by wearing the article under his shirt collar. "The Customs' authorities, however, came to hear of the purchase, and a detective was des- patched to interview Mr. Mongomcrie, the upshot of the affair being that the enterprising brewer has had to pay £308 for, his phenomenal smartness in the shape...

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

Inquest. An inquest was held at the Court House on Thursday, before the Corner (T. K. Pater, Esq.) and a jury, on the body of Mariano, a Malay, killed the previous day, at the Railway Jetty, by the falling of some logs from a truck being loaded with timber. T. R. Marsh, sworn, said : I am Buster of the vessel Cutty Sark, and knew the deceased, who was employed on board as an able seaman. Yesterday afternoon we were engaged in discharg- ing timber from the vessel. The steam hoist was on the jetty, and by means of this the timber was taken out of the boat's hold and landed on the trucks ; chains and slings were passed round the logs, which were then drawn up. It was partially my duty to see that the slings were properly passed round and secured to the logs, but at the time of the accident - about 3*30 p m.-W. Phillips was superintending below. I was standing on the jetty,, directing the man at the donkey engine to heave up and slack down, as circumstances re- quired, when, after one o...

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BURRUNDIE TURE CLUB. Second Annual Meeting. THURSDAY, 15TH AUGUST, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

BURRUNDIE TURE CLUB. Second Annual Meeting. THURSDAY, 1 5 TH AüGü^T^188S>^> PATHOS-The Hon. Jj L. Parsons, Govcrn .?>;... ment Resident. PRESIDENT-C. AV, Nash,-Esq. COMMITTEE-Messrs. C W; Nash* S. Re'uifrey,' Mw .D¿ Armstrong, ? A. Giles, P. Greet, C. Kilian, 1Î. Buckland^ T. Sayle, T. Evans, IV Lambert, ! and G>P. Deane. : ' ? ' .'-. STEWABW-Messrs.-C.1'AV;.; Nash, S. Kcmfry, Heffernan, B. Murphy, W. H. Lowe, W. H. Bose, J.. Lambert, P. Greet, G. P. Deane, and Dr. Ternau. . ; JUDGE-Mr. Arthur Giles. : STABTEB-Mr. W. H. Bose. CLEBK OF SCALES-Mr. P. Greet. HANDicAmE^-Mr. W: H. Rose. CLEHK OF COUBSE-Mr. George Faulkner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

Government Gazette. MINERAL LICENCES. Crown Lands Office, Palmerston, July 29th, 1889. THE following Mineral ^Licences will be treated as Waste Lands of the Crown unless an' 'application for renewal is lodged in this Office within one month from date of expiry. - Application for a Mineral Lease requires to l.i made for claims marked thus, * as further renewal of a Mineral Licence will.not be entertained. ' . J- LANGDON. PARSONS,- / , .> ' ^' ~' ' < <" . *-' Goverument'Eeiident. . No. of... Application. **94 7*3 , 7=4 7*5 ? 716 - 7»7 .~ 7a8V 729 730 73t 73» y 736 737 s ' 73« ,.740 j, * .741 -f 74» ' .'.>'f-''i'"".. 743 '""?il. H745Í ,l V46 ' 747' V*) .! . '749 7S°" 75* W»- , . 7S3 '.'754' *. ws 756 - 757 75» . 7Í?" '.I*»". 761 , 76»' «43J 844' Name of applicant. F. Hains and H. E, Harwood 'do j.'w."ÈngIish ; f . E- Creer ;. L. Foale .J ". . ' ii R. Cowie ' - C. Lovely L. Lovely >, ^ » 4i ' » M. J.^Gardner.'i ¡ -i-r:? . V.Y. Jones*' ' ? M. Attenborough.....

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Legal Information. POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) SATURDAY, 27th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

Legal Information POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) SATURDAY, 27th JULY.   Joe Flick, on remand, was again   brought up.         Corporal Waters applied for permis- sion to withdraw the information   charging him with escaping from cus- tody.         His Honor consented and Flick was discharged.   Prisoner was then charged with     attempting to murder James Cashman at Queensland.   Application was made in accordance with the provisions of the Extradition Act that the prisoner be handed over to Constable Henry Hasenkamp of the Queensland police. Mr. Symes, who appeared for the prisoner, made no objection to this   course, and the necessary warrants were made out and certified by the S.M.

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 August 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. July 27-The s.s. Adelaide, Edwards, master, from Malay Bay. July 30-The s.s. Catterthun, from Hongkong, with 5 Chinese passengers and 160 tons general cargo.-V. V. Brown, agent. July 29-The sch Cutty Sark, T. R. Marsh, master, from Malay Bay, with a full cargo of timber for C. & E. Millar. Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. SAILED. July 27-Tho s.s; Menmuir, for Hong- kong. Passongers; Messrs. Tresize, Bennett, Glangeld, 34 Chinese, and 6 Cingalese. Exports : 10 hides and 1780 horns, P. D. M. & A. Co.-V. V. Brown, agent. August 1-Thc s.s. Catterthun, Capt. Darke, for southern ports. Passengers: Miss Beresford, Dr. Bovill, Messrs. Lees, Timms, Neale, Lynch, Cleary, Philips, Strong, McDonnell, Warrell, Lukey, Connor, Boffa (2), Hinds, Davey, Flynn, Hasenkamp, Flick, Manning, Howard, Duncan, Wilhams, Johnson, Wright, E. Burns, Babum, and Levens. Exports: 2 packages, box specimens, 25 hides, 126 ba j s tin ore, 473 hides, 896 bags silver o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

TUE; 'North Australian' îvEWSPAPETl AND <ßoici;iuneyt fattie is PubiWicd evetj- SATURDAY MORNING, at. Palmerston, Northern Tevvitoiy South Australia» And is Very Expensively Circulated in Palmerston, Port Darwin Camp, Union, Pine Creek, Yam Creek, Twelve-Mile Howley, Muutie Creek, and aili othes populated parts of thc Northern Territory And also on the North-west Coast (W. A) and throughout Southern Colonies. IT CONTAINS Local News. Latest Telegrams. Shipping Upcountry Mining And General N'eus Exchange Clipping; Business Advertisements Government Gazette Advts. Sic &c. Jtc As well as.a FOUUTEEX - COI.UMX" SUPPLEMENT, Containing a varied assortmpnt of highly interesting reading matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Per quarter, in advance, 55.; if booted, 6s. Per annum, in advance, ¿1 ; if booked, £1 4s. ? ' * TERMS OF ADVERTISING : Waif inch, 35.; one inch, 53.; births, marriages, and deaths, ss. each. Suitable reductions made on advertisements appearing for a number of...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1889. ANOTHER PHASE OF MINING ASSISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

fyht ijîarlh |i, ti s fra lia H. and Xorthern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 18S9. ANOTHER PHASE OP MIXING ASSISTANCE. THAT thc question of rendering State assistance to our miuiug industry is one that cannot become "stale" just yet will, we think, be univer- sally admitted. We do not purpose here trespassing upon old comments, or travelling over well-reasoned opinions, but to tackle the subject from another standpoint. Beaders of colonial Parliamentary doings are already familiar with the fact that in New South Wales, Queensland, and Victoria, at least, largo sums of money are voted and expended annually in the encouragement of mining pursuits. In New South Wales the Government are now beiug asked to consider what seems to us to be an exceedingly wise and proper proposal, the meaning of which will easily be understood if we quote a motion introduced to the Legislative Assembly of thc old colony early in July by Mr. Torpy as follows : "That in tho opinion of this...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. August 8-The s.s. Ellora. 1471 tons.' G. (Hailstone, master, from Sydney', with 1*_\S tons cargo and 5 alack passengers. 1'. li. Alien é Co.. agents. SAIIJKD. August 7-Thc s.s. Victoria, for Wynd I ham, with 13 tons cargo and.3 passengers. ! -Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. ! August 0-Tho s.s. Ellora for Calcutta ! Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. Moxon and : family, aud J. M Crabbe. Exports : 50 I tons silver oro valued at £76S from Flora Bell Silver Mine ; 1 ji'g native weapons. -P. lt. Allen & Co., agents. 1 MOVEMENTS. The s.s. Airlio left Sj'dncy for Hong- kong on thc 3rd. The s.s. Changsha left Brisbane on thc .Ith and Townsville ou thc 7 th for Port Darwin. The Soochow and Tannadice were both due yesterday from Ciiina, bnt up to time of going to press neither had been sighted.

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