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THE MAIN STAY OF THE TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

THE MAIN STAT ÓÜ? THE '? TERRITORY. HOWEVER much we may talk about the resources and mture greatness of the land we live in, we are but a simple fraction of a prosperous settlement when cyphered down to what we actually are at the present moment. Between what we really know, and what we are told, it may be assumed that we Uve in a country capable of. yielding almost everything necessary for the sustenance as well as the clothing of humanity. We can grow sugar, maize, arrowroot, cassava, . rice, ground, nuts, ginger, sweet potatoes, yams, coftee, tobacco, and a large variety of table vegetables for daily consumption ; while for our own clothing we can pro- duce cotton, ramie (grass cloth), wool in some parts, and possilby silk. . - . Cinchona-the king of medicines--1 also promises to: thrive exceedingly, and the indigo plant grows like a weed. Horses breed well, and cattle reared in the Territory get on free from disease. Poultry and pigs, flourish, and the irre- pressible goat finds...

Publication Title: North Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Cable News. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ENGLISH & FOREIGN. Crowning of the Czar. ST. PETERSBURG, Thursday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

1:Jatlû News. ' -'" ' ' ' i (FBOM: OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ? ^ÓÍISH & FOREIGN, Crowning of the Os^ 1 ? ! Thursday, 1 p.m. .Thia Czar of Russia was Crowned last Sunday, and no mishap or interruption of any kind «xnirred. - ; . , The spectacle eclipsed any- thing of the kind that has taken place in modern times, and is unparalleled in Russia for 3he gorgeousness' of ilk ceremonies. ; Th§ . fluke ;of Edmburgh rempsented England. TThe Czar's manifesto promises no cbnoes8ion8 to his people»

Publication Title: North Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Rain. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

"Bain.: ?I¡f&Üéi season has : commenced with?? splendid rains.

Publication Title: North Australian
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COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

COÜBTS. Foll Jurisdiction, £400; » held at Pal-: merston, on Wednesday, as par following.' dates -.-June 6, Julj 4, Aagtut h Sep* : tomber 5, October 3, Ñeseuibér- 7,D» cember ». Limited JurisdM*k>n<.fia\wiu beheld on Jone 20, July 18» August 15, September : 19, October 17, Soxexaber 14, and Decem- ber 19. -. . licensing Bench, on Tuesday, June 12, . September ll, and December ll. ' ?: ' . ;

Publication Title: North Australian
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Intercolonial Boat Race. (QUEENSLANDER TELEGRAM.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

\ intercolonial Boat Race. ' (4uKKSBÍAin>EB IBLEOBAM.) f-' Til intercolonial boat race over Bivèr resulted in an easy victory for tile, Victorian eight. The : weather was everything that could be ^desired,: being beautifully finej and tko water as smooth as a millpond. Qnite! a ..fleet of steamers left Sydney ? for/tb;e scene bf the contest, crowded with .passengers, but only the steamersPrince of Wales and Commodore and thé Government steamer Ajaz were allowed to follow tbß ' Tace, so that the competing .? " crews j ' might be allowed a fair chance. ! . . The Prince of Wales, which was allotted to members of the New South Wales Bowing Association,, members of thc Press, and ladies, met an untoward accident on the way up the river, her machinery becoming deranged, and there was no alternative but to return to the Circular,.Quay, and . tranship the 'passengers into another steamer - which,' after much delay and annoy- ance, was provided for their accom- modation. Thoi ^iiniatry, m...

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SCIENTIFIC MINING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

To write a series of scientific articles on what we may, in a general sense tenn " Mining," we must begin at the beginning and proceed accordingly, and at the same time consider the great necessity of writing as simply and con-   cisely as possible so as to be easily un- derstood by those who have had little or no connection with the beautiful Art we are about to deal with. The materials of which the earth is   made, are, in their combinations and variations very numerous, amounting in all to about 600 species, when, how- ever, these variations are analysed and resolved into their constituent parts, it   is found that the whole of them, as far as at present known, are comprised   within 63 simple elements, which, of course, cannot oe further sub-divided. The following is a list of the names of these elementary substances together,   with the signs or abbreviations by which they are usually known : Aluminium, Al.; Antim...

Publication Title: North Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

Pelham EeycL'n, ENGINEER AND ? GENERAL BLACKSMITH,! PALMERSTON. W. K. Griffiths, GENERAL IMPORTER AXD STOREKEEPER, BRIDGE and YAM CREEK» THRESH ¿6ÓODS arrive, by every Vilain '¿f'"1" tyjf*jM¿' Colonies. -: Importer, of. South Australian Wines , in Bulk and Case, direct from the Growers, pure and un» adulterated.. ; MlKIlT¿ & GKSMAirCOMMIBSION AGESTO. General Stoikeeper. TWELVE-MI .I*£ak H M'XINLAY RIVER, W HATX ALWAYS ox HASD A LABGB & FBESH STOCK OF ~ Provision», Clothing, Mining B«iaicltègf »c., all at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. MINING & COMMISSION AGENT. D. B. TENNANT, TwBLVE-MlLB, M'Kinlay River. nomi, HOTEL .'MATTHE HAS THB ¿' * ^BEST ACCOMMODATION, . ,i ^ . -BEST ,T>BLE^^y^0g T "BE S T TL IQ DOR s '? Of any Hotel in the Northern Territory. .. . D. B. TENNANT, Proprietor. Kilian's BOOT STORE, COBKSB OF 8MTH-ST- Alf© THB ESPLANADE, ; PALMERSTON. CKILIAN begs to inform the . Public that he has received a Splendid Fashionable Assortment of Ladies', Gent...

Publication Title: North Australian
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Latest Special (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) ADELAIDE. THIS DAY. Vice-Regal Speech. 9 a.m, [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

Latest Special --?-;--. , (FROM OUR OWN CORBKSPONDENT) ADELAIDE. THIS DAY. ?ice-Begal Speech. 9 am, The Governor's speech is just to hand. - His Excellency states that he- is extremely gratified to observe the continued interest being manifested in the North- ern Territory. He felt assured that tho various, industries in that portion of the province were being steadily developed. He was pleased to see that the authorised extension of railway from Farina to near Hergott's Springs, is now approaching'complction. His Government recommend the importance of gradually extending the line of railway until it shall ultimately meet the proposed railway line from Palmerston, and thus complete the transcontinental railway. There will be several Bills submitted to Parliament for the extension of a railway from Hergott's Springs to the Peake, rmi! Ppr the , construction, of.; a hWifejfrom Palmerston to- Pihè Creek. It' is also ' Proposed ^o construct the line ina north-easterly direc- tion toward...

Publication Title: North Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

< 16Q FiRST PRiZES. EAS^r TERMS. Wi J. "Westlake, ... AGENT, ; - MACKAY $0 SUGAR PLASTEES $ OTHERS t ap:saBS, A. & W, Saiçç«, and Co« iv ENGINEERS, Eglinton. Engine Works, - v Í' GLASGOW. HAYS Foy Sale, in Brisbane, tte .foUowitig list" of Sugar 3£ac)mery, made especially for the . Queensland . market, designed and made under the direction of J, Pow, Engineer, . Mackay, agent for the firm ;~ ^e"Horizontal' Engine, cylin der '10 inches ja diameter, and ^ in stroke; JÍU1 Rollers, 20 inches in : diameter ajad 3/î uich|s long, witUpouWe Power connecting. Gear, all on one self-contained B¿d-plate, with ajtl the usual spares. Price £625, Qnô Multitujralar Sailer, 12 feet long by 5, feet" finches diameter, haying 66 tubes 3| ? extern^ diameter, with Äounti jngs . and piping complete, ¥rice,,2a0. ' ;.' . Ctae horizontal Engine, cylinder 8. inches diameter, 18 inches stroke^ Mill ^ollera;18 inches ; diameter, and. 24 inches long, with Double (rearing and usual srares*. Pri...

Publication Title: North Australian
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The North Australian. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

The North Australian FRIDAY EVENING. IN presenting to our readers the first issue of the NORTH AUSTRALIAN we wish to lay before them a brief out- line of the policy we intend to   pursue and the class of paper we purpose publishing. Our chief aim will be to make the NORTH AUSTRA-   LIAN not only a newspaper, but a use- ful guide upon all matters of interest to the Territory, and for this pur- pose it is our intention to devote the largest portion of this paper to the discussion of matters of common interest, and selections from standard publications upon useful and scien- tific subjects bearing upon the industries of the community. Our leading articles will deal with all questions of importance to the Territory, such as the laws we live under, and suggested reforms, the progress of local industries, and brief outlines of important political movements in Europe and the colon- ies.   The industries of the Territory— Mining, Agricultural and pasto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 1 June 1883

T. O'CONNOR, AERATED WATER & CORDIAL Manufacturer, PALMERSTON. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. BY ROYAL APPOINTMENT. To Her Majesty, by Special Warrant,   dated 27th December, 1865.     To the Prince of Wales, by Special War- rant dated 10th February, 1883. DAY, SON & HEWITT, Inventors and Proprietors of the Original STOCK BREEDERS           MEDICINE CHESTS               For all disorders HORSES, CATTLE, CALVES   SHEEP, and LAMBS               ....... Chests contain the Celebrated   "CHEMICAL EXTRACT"   All wounds, Swollen Udders, and Ewes Lambing "GASEOUS FLUID" for Colic, Scour and Debility.     "RED DRENCHERS"   &...

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POSTAL CARDS ETC. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 September 1883

BOBTAIL XíASDsJsn&:; Postal Cards, ls. dozen. / Stamped addresses for papers £d. eaeh.

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POST OFFICE ORDERS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 September 1883

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POSTAL CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 September 1883

POSTAL CHARGES. LETTERS. PARCELS. PAPCliS England and Europe Gd ¿oz 4oz., 4d. £ China . 6 £ 4 4 ¿ Singapore direct... 6 } 4 4" | " viaHougkong ls., J 4 4 i Java direct ..." 6^4 4 $ " ria Hongkong ls. £ 4 4 i Victoria... 2 * 1 ,4 ¿ Mew South Wales 2^14 i Queensland ... 2 £ 1 4 £ Tasmania ... 2 £ 1 4 1> &>uth Australia 2 J ¿ i i West Australia... 2 i 14 ¿ New Zealand ... 9 J 4 1 1

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Cable Messages. (Name and Address counted in Message) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 September 1883

Gable Messages. (Name and Address counted iu Message) To England, Ireland, and Scotland, for cacti word ... 10». 8d. " Hongkong . 8 1 i " Singapore ... ... 5 7 I " 2iew Zealand, ten words, 11s. (id. i every additional word. ls. ld.

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TELEGRAPHIC CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 September 1883

TELEGRAPHIC CHARGES. EVERY ACOITIOMM. TO ANV STATKM IN 1iT 10 WOtUW WOAD. Victoria ... 8s ... 8d New South Wales 8s ... 8d (¿ueenslaud ... 9s _ Std Taswaiiia ... 10s ." iud West Australia 8s ... 8d South Australia 6s ... (kl

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Departures. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 September 1883

Departures. SEPTEMBER 13-GORDON CASTLE, s.s., Capt W. Waring, tor. Hongkong. 6 Chinese, passengers. V. V. Brown, agent.

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Yam Creek and Katherine, [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 September 1883

Yam Creek and Katherine, (bj packhorse). Ur MAIL.-Leaves Yam Creek on Tues- day at 5 a.m.; Port Darwin Camp, same day, ti a.m.; Twelve Mile, same day, ll a.m.; arriving at Pine Creek, atti p.m., and Katherine on Thursday, at ó p.m. Dow» MAIL.-Leaves Katherine on Saturday, 6 a.ni.; Pine Creek, Monday, 5 a.m.; TwahrfMUa, same day, 12.10 p.m.; Port Darrin Camp, same day, 5.10 p.m.; arriving, at Yam Creek at ti p.m.

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Movements. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 September 1883

Movements. Fielung, s.s., arrived in Brisbane on September 8th, and'left for Sydney on Inc 10th. Venice, s.s., arrived at Brisbane on Sept. 9th, and left same day. - - - Catterthun, s.s., left Sydney for Port Darwin on Sept. 10th.

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Southport and Twelve-Mile. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 September 1883

Southport and Twelve-Mile. (by couch.) UP MAIL---Leaves Southport on Sun day, at 5 a.m.; Bridge Creek, Monday noon ; Port Darwin Camp, Monday, 5 .p.m.; Yam Creek, 6 p.m.; armes at Xweire MUe at 8 p.m. Dows MAIL-Leaves the Twelve-Mile at 4 a.ui., on Tuesdey ; Yam Creek, same day, 5 a.m,r Port Uarwin Caw pi samo, day, o a.uu; Bridge Creek, same Jay, ll a.m., arriviug at Southport on Wednesday, at ö p.m.

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