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District Council of Palmerston. JUNE 4, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

District Council of Palmerston. JUNE 4,1889. Present : Ors. H. H. Adcock (Chair- man), R. D. Beresford, V. L. Solomon, and S. T. Brown. Minutes of the least meeting were read and confirmed. J. J. Symes, solicitor, forwarded an apology for his unavoidable absence from the meeting, and it was resolved that consideration of the matter referring to the assessment of thc Eastern Extension and Australian Telegraph Co. premises be deferred until the next meeting. E. V. Brown applied for his name to be placed on the assessment.-Granted. Notice was given of the retirement of Crs. Beresford, McKeddic, and Solomon and the Clerk was instructed to give the usual notices for nominations, etc., to fill the vacancies. J. A. V. Brown was appointed Returning Officer. The Inspector reported having given the usual notices re condemned huts, and that the medical officer and himself, on Monday, 3rd inst., inspected the pre- mises in question, and found, with one exception that the notices had been compli...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Legal Information. POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

Ilegal ^(uforiiialioii. POUCE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) JUNE 1. Harry, .an aboriginal, charged with stealing a quantity of beer from the Terminus Hotel, pleaded guilty. He elected to be dealt with summarily, and was sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment. Kum Sing, on remand, charged with the larceny of a cheque. On the appli- cation of Corporal Waters the prisoner was further remanded till the 11th June. Prisoner's bail was extended and he was berated. JONE i. Joe Flick, charged with escaping from custody in Queensland, was further re- manded for seven days. It was arranged to have prisoner brought before a magis- trate at the gaol, and have him re- manded from thence. JUNE 5. Seraphim Alexander, charged with giving whiskey to a native named Nellie, pleaded guilty and was fined £3, with the promise of £10 on the next occasion. Defendant was allowed one week to get the cash. Nellie, an aboriginal woman, for being drunk was Iockod up till 4 o'clock.

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Northern Territory Racing Club. SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. SATURDAY, JULY 20TH, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

Northern Territory Racing Club. * SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. SATURDAY, JULY 20rn, 1889. PATHOK-The Hon. J. L. Parsons, S.M., Go cerumen t Resident. ! PBESIDENT : V. V. Brown, Esq. COMMITTEE : Messrs. V. V. Brown, J. T. Bull, J. J. Symes, J. Pickford, J. C. Hillson, E V. Brown, A. G. Beresford, V. L. Solomon, T. O'Connor, J. Keenan, ! S. T. Brown, ll. D. Beresford, W. Wedd J. J. Lawrie, and G. W. Mayhew. CLF.UK OF SCALES : Mr. J. T. Bull. STABTEB : Mr. J. A. V. Brown. HANDICAPPEB : Mr. V. V. Brown. CLERK OF COURSE : Mr. J. Keenan.

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Plantation Prospects at Shoal Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

Plantation Prospects at Shoal Bay. By a general concensus of public opinion it would seem as if the Northern Territory had nothing whatever to ex- pect from agricultural pursuits except failure, and true it is that such an idea is too well supported by the experiences of the past. Still, as the philosophers tell us, there is no lane but has a turn, and we must wait patiently for the man or men who can show by results that they have piloted the industry into a successful channel. Mr. Otto Brandt, the persevering and speculative pro- prietor of the Shoal Bay Plantation, is making a determined bid for the honour of being considered the father of successful agriculture in the Territory. Mr. Brandt, like many other planters, began with a patch of sugarcane, but it was not long before he decided to divide his attentions between sugar and tobacco-two immensely nseful articles of commerce. It cannot, unfortunately, be said that up to the present the Shoal Bay plantation has given the return...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

NERVOUS MEN, young and old, married or single, suffering from Nervous Debility, Prema- ture Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the Gcnito Urinary Organs, may ¡obtain, free, a valu- able treatise by an eminent Surgeon, con- taining full information regarding self treatment, by applying by letter to Box 1081, G.P.O., Sydney. 40-tc TO £10 PER WEEK The above amount can be easily made by an Energetic, Pushing Man, handling our Fast Selling Publications. A real Lire Representative wanted in your district. Full particulars, &c, on application. NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., C, Bridge-street, Sydney. For Sale. PINE TIMBER, all sizes. Suitable for Building purposes. Round and squared. Delivered any part of Pine Creek, near railway line. Supplied in any quantities at shortest possible notice, intending buyers to apply to S. RANFORD, Storekeeper, Pine Creek. 50 tc SHIPPING. The E. & A. Company's STEAM snip MENMUIR WILL LEAVE PORT DARWIN FOR SOUTHERN PORTS On or ...

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OPEN COLUMN. IS IT REDWATER OR ANTHRAX? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

OPEN COLUMN. LETTEKS to thc Editor must bc couched in respectful and simple language and as concise as possible. In every case the writer's name is required, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarautee of good faith.] IS Iï REDWATER OR ANTHRAX ? TO THE EDITOR. SIR-When M. Pasteur, the great French scientist (or whatever he calls himself) sent an agent to New South Wales to compete for the rabbit exter urinating prize, his representative also made experiments with both cattle and sheep, their object being to provo that anthrax-Cumberland were one and the same disease. This was done to the satisfaction of a large number of veteri- nary surgeons and stock inspectors. M. Pasteur also proved that they held the secret for manufacturing some kind of vaccine which would render any animal inoculated proof against anthrax. I read an account of the proceedings, also letters from different stock inspectors and vets., giving a full description of anthrax. I have seen Cumberland disease i...

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Programme: [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

Programme : MAIDEN PLATE of 20 sovs. for all horses that have never won an advertised prize up to time of entry. Distance, one mile. Entrance, 1 sor. PALMERSTON CUP. A handicap of 100 sovs ; second horse to receive 20 sovs. from the stakes. Distance, mile and a half. Nomination, 3 sovs. ; acceptance, 1 sov. NOVEL SELLING RACE of 20 sovs. One mile. Horses entered for nil to carry 7st 71bs ; 71bs additional weight for every £5 value put ou horses. Eutrance, 1 sov. RAILWAY STAKES HANDICAP of 25 sovs. One mile. Entrance, 1 sov.; acceptance, 1 sov. j CIGAR RACE of 10 sovs., for all horses. Once round the course. Con- ditions of race:-On the fall of the flag riders to saddle their horses, light cigars, and open umbrellas, and finish with cigars alight and umbrellas open. Ordinary European umbrellas to bc used, and they must be carried open. Post entrance, 10s. FLYING HANDICAP of 50 sovs., three-quarters of a mile. Nomination 2 sovs.; acceptance, 1 sov. FORCED HANDICAP of 10 sovs. with 5 p...

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EXTENDED UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

EXTENDED UNION. A crushing of 3o tons of stone from the tributers' claim has just been put i through the mill for a total of 129oz I gold. The battery is now in good working order. Major Wilson is raising a lot of good- ! looking stone, which will be ready for the mill in a few weeks. From the Eureka it is reported that water is becoming scarce, and il is likely that crushing operations will soon have to be reduced to half work in consequence Otherwise, everything is going on well. Lord Lonsdale, recently returned from \ an exploring expedition in thc Alaska territory, North America, states that he discovered a magnificent cataract, ex- ceeding in grandeur the famous Falls of Niagara.

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PINE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

PINE CREEK. The contractor for the Copperfield Company has now delivered 301 tons of copper ore at the Fine Creek railway station yard. The assay of this ore averages a little more than 33 per cent metallic copper. A small parcel of under 20 tons of stone taken from some rich looking leaders in the old Telegraph Claim at Fine Creek, was put through Jensen's mill, this week, and the cleaning up was (o-take place yesterday (Friday). The manager expects to ¡realise quite 300 ounces gold hy the crashing, as the stone appeared to be re- markably choice. The train ran up to the station yard on Thursday. Mr. Macfarlane bas made Iiis inspection of Jensen's properties, aud it is safe to laj odds that his report will be satisfactory.

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1889. THE RESIGNATION OF DR. BOVILL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

^fte ^arlh ¿jUstraliau. and Nortlurn Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1889. THE RESIGNATION OP DR. BOVILL. IT is matter for sincere regret that from the time of the very earliest mention of establishing a hospital at Burrundie an institution the value of which cannot be too highly estimated-the public have been called upon to think very harshly of the treatment which first the ques- tion, and then the institution itself, received at the hands of the South Australian Government. Only with the greatest reluctance was the necessary vote given for the hospital ; with similar marked reluctance was the institution furnished as it now appears; and furthermore, the appointment of a medical officer (without which, of course, no hospital could deserve the name) was again the signal for another display of what we have previously characterised as disgraceful and un- natural meanness. Since the building became tenanted and was placed in operative order, it has been repeatedly urge...

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My-contry Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). FLORA BELL. June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

^-töitnfrg |(iiiell¡geittt. (From our Correspondents). FLORA BELL. June 2. There is really nothing to write about here at the present. Sinking in the engine shaft has been stopped owing to heavy water ; in the meantime the pumps are hard at work keeping thc water at its present level. They have also sunk to Tater level on Ko. 1 air shaft, and have got a fine lode in the bottom of each, fully three feet wide, of fair grade ore. They are also driving the 90 feet level to hole through the air shaft, and in the drive they have a good lode. They are expecting word from south daily as to when pump will arri at Port Darwin. At the Mount Wells and McKinlay Company they are driving north and south at the 100 feet level, and to judge by-the heap of ore on top the mine I should be looking well. I At the Elizabeth Gold Mining Co. I work has been stopped by Quong Le Ching, and the mine at present is being 1 worked by Mr. Fred Dewar, of Bur ' randie. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

Government Gazette. MINERAL LICENCES. Land Office, Palmerston, May 7th., 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. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. Name of Applicant. R. D. Beresford S¡ ll. Roberts do J. Pickford H. H. Adcock H. Vickary W. D. Uhr R. M. Stow Walter Griffiths W. W. Andrews O. H. Rogers P. Heydn R. M. Stow G. M'Keddie S. T. Browu H. W. H. Stevens&R. M. Stow) do da J. 0. D. Jones J. Frayne and E. Nunn J. Pickford H. H. Sdcock J. 0. HUlson J. Fleming P. C. McDonald 0. J. D. Lynott Hundred of Selvvvn do Daly River N. of Mount do [Hayward S. of Mount Shoobridge N.W. of Union Pros. Claim do Near Port Darwin Camp] Howley District do Daly River N. of Mount Hayward Near Mt. Shoobridge Hundred of Selwyn Daly River N, of Mount Hayward Near Mount Shoobridge. do do do Hundred of Hughes do do do McArthur River Near Mount Gardinar Mc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

PUBLIC NOTICE. ON and after June 1 the NORTH AUSTRALIAN newspaper will be the Government Gazette for the Northern Territory until further notice. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. Government Resident's Office, Pal- merston, 23rd May, 1889. APPOINTMENTS. JOHN JAMES SYMES, Esquire, to be Crown Prosecutor, and EDGAR HOWARD WHITELAW to be Clerk of Arraigns, for the Circuit Court to be held on WEDNESDAY, June 12th. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. Palmerston, 4th June, 1889. T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSAYER FOB THE PALMERSTON BAKKF) GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. I %. 6. g. $a»f«k * Licensed Surveyors, Land, Alining, AND General Commission Agents, Palmerston & Burrundie. Plans Prepared, Tracings made, and all j business comicctcd with Mineral Lands . executed with Despatch. ¡ 18-tc i ! £10,000 GIVEN AWAY TO I Buyers of a Bot tie of ¡BREADALBANE WHISKY. j Shipped by Alex Ferguson & Co., '. Glasgow. ! Particulars from all Wine Merchants, i Storekeepers, Hotclkecpers, and ' ...

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Regulations for Preventing Collisions at sea. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

Regulations for Preventing Collisions at sea. Masters and owners of ships, and other persons interested, are informed that two masters have been recently prosecuted and fined for neglecting to exhibit side lights while on a voyage from the United King- dom to this port. Kotice is also hereby given that in future the Board will take proceedings and sue for the highest peualty provided by law in all similar cases which come under their notice. The following pro- visions, contained in the Merchant Shipping Acts of 1804 and 1862, are published for general inform- ation : Art. 2. The lights mentioned in the articles (Roles concerning Lights) and no others, shall be carried IN ALL ?WEATHERS BETWEEN SUNSET AND SUNRISE. Sec. 27, Act 186*2. All owners and masters of ships shall be bound j to take notice of tho regu- lations for preventing collisions ; at sea, and shall be bound to obey them, and to carry and exhibit no other lights than such as | are required by the said regulations ; : and ...

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Queensland. Brisbaue, Juue 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

Queensland. Brisbaue. Juue 6. I A Bill lias been passed iii the Assembly making it illegal to grant miners rights to other that British born or naturalised subjects.

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English & Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

English fc Foreign. News of a terrible catastrophe comes from America. Fearful floods have occurred in the State of Pennsylvania', principally along the valley of the Ohio Kiver, resulting in a calamitous loss of life and property unparalelled even in the annals of America. Johnstown, a city .situated near Pittsburg, and the whole of the Conemaugh Talley, was swept plean of houses and every vestige of life by an enormous rush of water occasioned by the unex- pected giving way of a reservoir. The heavy rains had |filled the reser- voir to overflowing, when the un- usual strain caused it to collapse, suddenly and completely. The enormous body water thus liberated rushed down the valley with incon- ceivable force and rapidity, annihi- lating whole towns and villages, and with scarcely a moment's warning sweeping many thousands of people into eternity. It is conjectured that within a brief space of time fully twenty-five thousand people,-resident in the pathway of the rushing torrent, w...

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Victoria. Melbourne, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

Victoria. Melbourne, June 6. The Irish delegates have badi most successful meetings in this colony - crowded audiences and liberal subscriptions.

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Western Australia Perth, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

Western Australia Perth, June G. The great southern railway has been opened to Beverley, where the eastern and southern systems also converge.

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New Zealand. Auckland, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

New Zealand. Auckland, June 6. Thc New Zealand Ministry states its determination not to coutract any j further loans, but by rigid adherence ¡to a sweeping policy of retrench- ment to endeavour to raise the credit of the colony to its original status. The *' Financial News," commenting upon this decision, indulges in terms of warm praise.

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889

The last crashing at the Extended Union yielded over four ounces to the ton. 102oz. gold was delivered here on Wednesday by the fortnightly escort from the reefs. H.M.S. Rambler is still with us and the blue jackets are materially helping to keep us alive with their rollicking ways. The last rail of the Palmerston-Pine Creek line was to have been laid on Thursday. j The steamer Adelaide should be leaving for the McArthur River, via ports, on Tuesday next, the 11th instant. Entries for the Palmerston Cup, Flying Handicap, and Railway Stakes, are to be in the hands of the Hon. Sec. of the N. T. Racing Club on Thursday next. The steamer Chingtu, which departed on Saturday last, took away 52 Chinese from this port. They are going, but very slowly. We have been requested to mention that an important meering of the Committee of the Racing Club will be held at the Club Hotel on Thursday evening next at 8 o'clock. Up to the present the sporting men of Burrundie have made no definite move in...

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