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

To-night, the 10th, is night of general entry for Burrundie races. The s.s. Victoria left for Wyndham on Tuesday and should return here to day. Next Wednesday, the day before the races, a Local Court will be held at Burrundie. It is now understood that Mr. C. G. Millar will not be a passenger by the Changsha. It is public gossip that Dr. Wood has within the last day or two formally tendered his resignation, and intends leaving the Government Service and tho country early in September. A report has been circulated to the effect that the. flagship of the Australian squadron will shortly pay a visit to Port Darwin. We have made due enquiries but can find no authority for the report, unless it bc a vague idea that Admiral Fairfax intends taking a run here via western ports at no distant date. Our Mount Wells correspondent, under date August 6, writes: "The battery is still going full time, the pump at the McKinlay River keeping the water up in the dam and enabling this to be done, f he ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Port Darwin Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

Port ÍDarwin 3&e'Ölub. The.'''seventh competition for Mr. Stevens': prize takes place this afternoon at 2.45 o'clock. - ' .^.Tiie-Avinnersftoj/aafe-are' F. C. Ward and £':'H.;\yhiíteláw'Wice, and H. j E. Chester and,J..-H..Moody once. After winning the ¿7000 Newmarket Stakes" the Duke ol.Pprtland- presented £500 to the Rous -^Memorial Fund and £200 to the Bentinck Benevolent Fund. ' The Emperor of ' Germany is "to he present at the next Goodwood meeting. Boss, the sculler, is in'England giving exhibitions of his road-sculliug machine. Gui'ry, an.English: trainer, .is.;claim- ing £16,000 from :tiw. celebrated Mr. Abington for wrongful dismissal.. t ; The annual :, billiard..tournament of the.: Victor inn Club ¿was ^concluded last month at Melbourne.; Thc" first , prize was a silver tea and ^coffee service valued at 130 guineas ^second,'a-trophy Svorth 40 guineas j'and thè third,' a 10-' guinea trophy. The -last' round1 was between Dr. Lawrence and Mr/M'Evoy, who played the co...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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BURRUNDIE TURF CLUB. Second Annual Meeting. THURSDAY, 15TH AUGUST, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

BURRUNDIE TURF CLUB. Second Annual Meeting. THURSDAY, 15 TH AUGUST, 1880. PATBOX-Thc Hon. J, L. Parsons, Govern- ment Resident. PRESIDENT-C. W. Nash, Esq. COMMITTEE - Messrs. C. W. Nash, S. Remfrey, M. D. Armstrong, A. Giles, P. Greet, C. Kilian, R. Buckland, T. I Sayle, T. Evans, P. Lambert, and G. P. Deane. STEWARDS-Messrs. C. W. Nash, S. Remfry, Heffernan, B- Murphy, AV. H. Lowe, W. H. Rose, J» Lambert, P. Greet, G. P. Deane, and Dr. Tcruau. JUDGE-Mr. Arthur Giles. STAUTEH-Mr. W. H. Rose. I CLERE OF SCALES-Mr. - p. Greet. HANDICAPPER-Mr. W. H. Hose. CLERK OF COURSE-=Mr. George Faulkner.

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

PROGRAMME : MAIDES PLATE, to start at ll ; 10 per cent.* ; for all. horses that, have never vron an advertised, race ; entrance 1 sor.; distance ono mile. RAILWAY STAKES HANDICAP to start at 11.30; 15 per cent*; nomina- tion 1 sov.; acceptance 1 sow; distance 1\ mile. N.T. STAKES, to start at noon; 21 per cent.*; for all horses foaled in the Territory, with n sweep of 2 sovs.; horses to be approved of by the Stewards, weight fer agc ; distance one mile. BURRUNDIE CUP HANDICAP, to start at 1*45 ; 40 per cent.* ; second horse to receive ó per cent/from? prize; nomination 2 sovs ; acceptance 2 sovs.; distance 2 miles. CHINAMAN'S RACE, to start at 2.30 5 per cent.* ; to be thu fbona fide pro- perty of Chinamen and ridden by them; entrance 1 sov.; distance 1 mw» ; post entry. PUBLICANS' PURSE, to start at 3.15 ; 10 percent.« ; winners of Railway Slakes and Cup to carry 7 lb. penalty y welter weights for age; entrance 1 sov.; dis- tance one mile. FLYIÎ^ HANJDIÇAP, to start at 4.15 ; 15 pe...

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

Post Office and Telegraph Departments. r* Port Darwin. N.T., April 4lli, 1883» Time Table-Inland Mails. I PALMERSTON AND BURRUNDIE SERVICE. (Three times per week by train.) Pal'crston : iiaii closes : Tuesdoy Thursday > 7.15 am. Saturday J Adelaide Riv.-Arr.: Tuesday Y Tkurnd'y [1.20 p.m. Saturday J Howley-Arr.: Tuesday ~\ Thursday > 3.10 p.m. Saturday j Burrundie-'Arr. : Tuesday ~) Thursday > 5.10 p.m.. Saturday J I ...w. RETURN. Burrundie : Mail closes : Monday-« Wednesday ? 8 a. nu Friday * Howley-Arr. : Monday "1 Wednesday . S 10.55 a.m.. Friday J Adelaide Riv.-Arr. : Monday ) Wednesday > 12.30; p.m, Friday J Palmerston-Arr. : Monday i Wednesday * 0.20» p.m. Friday / PORT DARWIN CAMP RAILWAY. SIDING AND GROVE HILL BKANCU SERVICE. (Once per week, by packhorse.) Grove Hill-Arr. : Saturday, 5.30 p m. RET U li N. Grove Hill-Dep.: Wednesday, 8 a.m. BURRUNDIE AND MAUDE CREEK MAIL SERVICE. (VIA Union Reef, Pine Creek; and Uiver ü&tberiue.) Burrundie-Dep. : Sunday. 5...

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Burrundie Turf Club. ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

Burrundie Turf Club. --o--:-; ACCEPTANCES. -Railway'States Hilltop i, ; {vj Oar Boy No Ñame .. , |.,,' j^Jókpr ?-- cup-jí ..v': '. Hilltop . : ; . ¡I Ï Oar Boy ???-No H&me.'X '.. [?< j -iJoker The Bulloak ¡;:-kx'l, ,\ -Flying Handicap- ' Playboy O ur Boy . Joker '.' . The'ltullook: ' -¿-Hilltop r.;;5iStraif.ht'Shot . . ^Np Name

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Port Darwin Cricket Club. REDS V. BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

Port Darwin Cricket; Club. REDS V; BLUES. The match arranged for Saturday afternoon last was .about au; uninterest- ing as .the Dog Act; . Evcn.the players seemed to .haye.resolved.;itvcommunion to take, as little interest as possible' in I the . match. . Six . of ..:the, chosen players I were absent, and the remainder went ! on with fresh teams of nine club 'men I'aside and a couple of substitutes ; the Match Committee deciding against it ííéingía' Cup match. The one special feature of thu play was "that W« Griffiths managed to place the, club his debtprrto the extent of a hat .for haying achieved I the " hat trick" with the; ball. " Follow ; ing are the scores : A. G. Beresford, c Wedd b Marchant ! .. 8 Green, .b Griffiths.. .. ._. .. ..20 'Carns,*hi Brown'.'.'-' .'. - * ..: «... . ... io Wilkie, b Brown.( .. .. J4 Becker, bGriffiths .. .'. .. .. o Wadham, b Griffiths :. ..... .. o R. li. Beresford; b Brown .'. .. .. 2 M. Solomon, c and b Griffiths :;.- 's .. ... 2 W. H. Adcock, i...

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English & Foreign. London, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

???.'??I- .-.<JS¡ít{ J, f 'V: ii rc English ft Foreign. London; August 8. Tho naval review^ in the English Chanuol on Monday was'a'brilliant success, no hitch occurring to mar. the complete carrying ont of all the arrangements. ; TheL spectacle pre- sented was one. of unsurpassed mag- nificence, and was witnessed by nutueious spectators. One hundred and ten warships of varions types took" "part in the manouvres* the vessels, when in line, extending a distancé ; bf fifteen milos. Among several other distinguished visitors were the Prince of, Wales and the German Emperor ;" 'the v latter ,: is stated ;.to.,:;have3boenr^" profoundly impress6d^with tbe^^ . A great deal lot, excitement? j. has been occasioned by fthe,. receipt of intelligence of farther disturbances between the'American and Canadian fishermen on the fishing grounds in Behring Sea. . A vessel belonging, to the latter was seized; upon by the "Americans,' fdr an ' alleged infringe- ment pf the ' laws . ; regulati...

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Western Australia Perth, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

Western Australia Perth/Äagust 8. A Chinese V;leperx>;has> been un- earthed, here in the last stages of the di^a^V-audm àVmôât'IolA'l^wmee^n^ ditton ;"portions ;of ^hisrofiugers 'and* toes, are 'missirig,:'M covered with filthy' sores! ~,J " " . AU the colonies are still. working together amicably, with- a view to securing autonomyfor Western Australia; . ;f . . : ?

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

EIFLE MATCH. ~ .On Monday afternoon .. rifle compe- tition .tbpki place\at 'tlie ''local Butts between. ajsinail team chosen from the pètty ollicërs of H.MiS. /Rambler and a team consisthig.of a corresponding iiuin bert of our mounted'- police. Owing to Tthereijeing-'biiiy. three;-members bf the -Force available at. thejtimë the sides. Kvcrelimited to three shooters each, and the ranges decided upon- were 200, 400 and 600, yards. As. wili.be,seen by the seores, the,,visitors beat .their opponents by 26 points, making better aggrcgrate scores at each of the' three distances. The losers appear to have got off light, however, as .it is understood that Messrs Knight, Perry, and Prince are amongst the . very best riflemen , on the ship. Perry, who made a score bf 30 at 200 yards, 31 at 400 yards, and 26 at 600 yards, or 87 altogether out of a possible ' 1Ö5, has a record of second position for the Queen's Prize at' Wimbledon. At the first ano). second. distances the Police kept"withiri;á...

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B. Murphy v. E. S. & A. C. Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

B. Murphy v. E. S. ft A. C. ...^...Bank.,., -. Frpni information, received- privately J we are enabled, to state that the appeal in the action brought by"B. Murphy against, . the ' English, . Scottish, and Australian Chartered :Bank-! - was heard in Adelaide during <.the week; and fendei) ! in a total reversal of the verdict given by thc local jury at the hearing of the original 'action. ; Plaintiff claimed £190 damages in consequence of a certain cheque-being dishonoured at a time when lie considered ho~hád funds to~his crédit tôV'meét'the said ! cheque'. On behalf of the defendants it was shown that after^ deducting interest clue by Murphy vto the Bank- his credit was. insufficient to honor the cheque. As far as we remember'tlie facts of the case the principal :poiat in the ruling ipf, Mr. Justice Pater, was. that; according,tp the recognised law of .. ban king;, the, interest on an "overdraft could only be deducted I'at"'a/ijregular! time, and-'could >not bo j taken...

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Victoria. Melbourne, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

Victoria... Melbourne, August 8. Speaking ou the subject of colonial defences;-:General ""EdWards ^states., that' Ke ^can^sce'no-rdifférence5 ás^ regards general efficiency, between the. Victorian and Imperial defence forces. , -''-'/Vf"'} '; U j / <\" '':":!\ The military authorities are at present.1 conducting, a series bf. ex-? periments with torpedoes invented by Murphy,'./ Clerk, .of. the {Court; at Warrnambool, who claims they excel any previous invention. . cyf.wiu] (Thomson, the defaulter .from the Yarra Glen Bank, has been sen- tenced to five years' imprisonment. A man named Dangars, a German modeller, has . been. , arrested- for abducting a young lady, possessed of means, from Fitzroy. : The girl is under age. .... . ;..; (,. : ?'..

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New South Wales. Sydney, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

New Spath Wales. Sydney, August 8. ... -. /^^q^scrjptbb;^Iu^ been started for the relief .of Samoans rendered destitute from tho effects of the late :'--i&n1meal^iltlió'¿lñbtenléDt is being warmly, taken np. f'"*"' t Another body has been fonnd in the Qlebe colliery by tho search parly; decomposition had so far ad- vanced; as to render identification, almost" impossible.' :It is'^pt .ex-' pected that any more will bo re- covered. _ . ; ,r ? Captain Hansby, of the steamer Jubilee, has been1 killed; by: falling between twa tram cars'." .'r; He was .in the act of, leaving, tho 'trotó, . oh the Myrong side. ! . .ir.."; *,.':.VV. The Treasurer expects that his estimate for the year.. will be fully realised. ! *". -' j ..; - \¿¿ j. j;,' - Captain McNeill/'bfT the Fourth Hussars, has arrived,; he takes charge of the recently initiated New South*Wales cavalry.'corps'.?- ;~ ; H.M.S. Orlando has returned to this port owing 'to ah outbreak of scarlatina among i the j j crew, : which oc...

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Queensland. Brisbane, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

Queensland. , Brisbane, August .8. . ^SirlSàmqel GriflÙhs>î speaking lin;! the Assem bly, states that ' fie' can /see nothing calling for congratulation' condition v.the. colony's' finances, and stigmatises the revised tariff, which was expected-: to effect ? such ia revolution, as a failure. ¡.a Sir Thomas Mcilwraith advocates meeting the difficulty by the salo of the. public .lands of the colony until sufficient is raised to swamp the deficiency/ and meets the probable objection as to ' bad policy. involved in the wholesale alienation : of the I people's birthright, by urging that Government retains the power to tax the land whenever such a course becomes necessary. The mining and engineer|ng,'staff, with requisite *plàht;i,:hàvô 'left-"heré for the locality, of the recent gold discovery on the Malayan Peninsula.

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New Zealand. Auckland, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

New: Zealand., .Auckland, August 8. . Lord Cranley; son of the Earl of Onslow, Governor, is expected to succumb to the attack of typhoid fever, if his i condition:- being. most precarious.

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

THE JîAME OF M. MOHi k, CPO. « WOLFE'S THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. m ON (EVERY GENUINE .BOTTLE WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is argent relief of Rheumatism, infinitely superior to brandy or whisky. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Scnapps, the purest stimulant in the world. Wolfe's Schnapps strengthensand braces pp the system against disease. Be sure you obtain Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception to the spirits of the day. Always ask for Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is the most celebrated tonic and stimulant pf this or any age.' Be pertain that you obtain Wolfe's. There is nothing known better calculated to invigorate the constitution than Wolfe's achnapps. Wolfe's Schnapps is the purest and best stimulant, tonic, diuretic at present before the world. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Schnapps if you "would ayo|4 bilious attacks. The most suitable invigqrant, simulant, and protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain {he genuine Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps ja the greatest stimu- lant a...

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

K : - TO £10 Pli R WEE K Thc above amount can bo easily made by.', an Energetic, Pushing Mau, handling our Fast Selling Publica"fous.'' ' ; ' . .. , A real Lifo Representative7-wanted-in. your district. '«.>.:.>::.» Full particulars, A'c.,-on npi>lication. NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO", * C, Bridgc-slreer;-Sydiiey-.v 'A 9 ?CARPENTER, JOINER, & GENERAL . CONTRACTOR, ; Is prepared to undertake any description o£ Contract or Job ...... . Work al \ " REASON AULS RATES: - ? AliUItKSSi .Katherine-.liim*. £10,000 GIVES AWAY TO : . Buyers of a Rot tie o£ RILE AD AL B A XE W HI S K Y Shipped by Alex Ferguson &Co.,. Glasgow. .Particulars from all Wine Merchants* Storekeepers, Hotclkeepers,, and;.;.. Spirit Dealers.. < i Wholesale Agents-AGUAMAN, SOX it Co. Adelaide. SADDLER . ASD ¡ II.VllÑESS MAKE», , KATHERINE RIVER, '2f.;T: A good, and choice- assortment oi Fancy Bridles,- Whips, BttsA * | Spurs, New & Second- hand Saddlery, tte, AL WA YS 1 N. STOCK AU ...

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SIGNALS AT B.A.T. FLAGSTAFF. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

SIG5 ALS-AT.B. A.Ï.- FLAGSTAFF Telegraph Flag (tricolour) with. B.À.T." f iu centre-Steamer in sight. .Blue and -White CLèquered Fla};-English ' .'and Australian mails readyr for de "liveryat Tos t Office; / / ; -¿t U.MJ White Peimant-with- three red stars, .'also . pther signals-Private. " , ' B flag (8triáH?iéd* 'flag)-Sailing vessel 'in . . sight,:'^ -.: .. ......

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

JÇifiçcllaucons Clippings. i China is one of the most treeless countries in the world (says a scientific exchange) and this is, -perhaps, not only the cause of the ..sudden Í and fearful floods which periodically occur there, but also of the. extreme droughts that so frequently, mark the intervening years. It is interesting to note that the Chinese authorities* have recommended "..tree planting with.a vieAV to improve this condition of things, and that their re- commendation is being followed upon an extensive scale - the banks of the. streams and rivers are being planted with willows,' in the more mountainous regions pines and elms are being sown, and fruit and other trees in the plains. The Emperor of Japan has just taken possession of a magnificent new jnlace built for him at Tokio ; the style of the building is a curious mixture of mod ern European and ancient Japanese archi- tecture, but . the interior is wholly arranged after European "pattern, the architect is a native, and t...

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District Council of Palmerston AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

District Council of Palmerston AUGUST G. Present-Ors. H. H. Adcock (Chair- man), G. Mclveddie, V. L. Solomon, and S. T. Brown. A letcer was receivedfrom the Medical Officer (Dr. P. M. Wood) iii answer to the Local Board of Health's letter asking why the recent typhoid patients at the Fannie Bay Gaol had been brought into thc hospital .instead of treating their cases in : thc gaol ing firmary, stating-that the Gaol.Surgeon had advised that course, as he'recognised that the cases were of a .serions'charac- ter,-and the arrangements for dealing with them in the gaol infirmary were not satisfactory. Resolved that a written-protest be sent tb tiie "Central Board' of Health against the removal; of "typhoid patients from the gaol to the hospital within the district boundaries, and that reference be made to previous correspondence, calling the attention of the Central Board to the fact that the recent cases of typhoid are the result of neglecting the previous warning given by the Local Boar...

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