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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT English Naval Review— Magnificent spectacle, Fisheries dispute—Fighting between the American and Canadian seamen—Vessel seized and recaptured. Disastrous fire in Washington territory. Bullivan and Kilrain arrested Battle between Arabs and British troops in Soudan— number of the latter killed and wounded. Mrs. Maybrick, of Liverpool, sentenced to death. The White Elephant—proposition to hand the Territory over to England. The Transcontinental Railway — further extension opposed. Leprosy in West Australia. South Australia. Adelaide, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 August 1889

TelôgrapMc . ITews FROM ¡QUE OWN CORRESPONDENT English Naval itovítw Magnificent spectacle, Fisheries dispute - Fighting Between the American ana Canadian seamen-Vessel seised and recaptured. < ¡ Disastrous fire iri Washing- ton territory. Bullivan and Sixain arrested Battle between Arabs and British troops in Soudan number of the latter Jkllled and wounded, r ; sntmoQ Mrs. Maybrick, of Liverpool, sentenced to death, i; {' v, The White Elephant-propo , sition to hand the Territory : OTer to England. '. The ..Transcontinental Ball- way - further extension ' opposed. '-:riwn ':}~ Leprosy in West Australia. '^.^^^ .'?< giving . ^Sputh: Australia. Adelaide» Angast 8. '' Captain: "iRicha^rds, - late.- aide-de .- camp to-.Governor. Robinson, ;f has been appointed Secretary' to the GbyernprvofrNew^,Guinea., <v. v .»V Cooper, Tal» Bank manager afc Norwood,.lias; been; sentenced - to V-Kthree.! years' imprisonment " for em \ -faezzling.' < '? i .ïv...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 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 I 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 be j made for claims marked thus, * as further renewal of a Mineral Licence will not be entertained. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. No. of . Application. Name of applicant. Situation. Date of expiry of licence. **94 733 7^4 72s 726 757 728 7=9 730 731 733 733 734 73S 736 737 738 739 740 74« 74» 743 744 745 746 747 748 749 759 751 752 753 754 755 75« 757 758 759 760 7«t 762 843 844 F. Hains and H. E. Harwood do J. W. English E-Creer L. Foale R. Cowie C. Lovely L. Lovely M.. J. Gardner V. V. Jones M. Attenborough C. Waterhouse H. Waterhouse , J. C. Cairns J. Wyles W. E. Tweedie C. E. Green W. Wright A. Miller E. A. Opie A. McDiarroid J. Linklater A. C. Evans W. Moffat G. J. M...

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Legal Information. LOCAL COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) TUESDAY, JULY 13TH. Murphy v. Favor. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

^tfpl ifrfjfrifuifioii. LOCAL COURT. (Before Mr; Pater, S.M.) TUESDAY, JULY 13TB> Murphy v. Favor. Defendant appeared in charge of the I bailiff under warrant of arrest and' re I quested to be taken before the S.M. ; : Mr. Symes for the plaintiff. ; !? Defendant signed, a confession .of judgment and agreed "to pay 30s per week for the first two weeks and 40s. per wëek thereafter (soi long as be 'was in the employ of Messrs. C. «IE. Millar) until the debt is paid ofT. - '7 On that understanding, he was. liber- ated.

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Burrundie Races. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

Burrundie Saces. [BY TELEGRAPH.] : The followingare thc results of the 'races at Burrundie on Thursday, the i 15th: ; MAIDEN" PLATE, to start at ll ; 10 per I cent.* ; for all horses that have never won an advertised race ; entrance 1 sor.; distance one mile. The Bullock . 1 . Little Jack . 2 Mail Boy. ... 3 Thete were four starters. Little Jack ! led by about 10 lengths for about three quarters of a mile, when The Bullock came through them and won easily. ' Tune lm. 58|sec. j RAILWAY STAKES HANDICAP, to . start at 11.30; 15 per cent* ; nomina- tion 1 SOT.; acceptance 1 soy.; distance 1-«- mile. This was a walkover for Hilltop j N.T. STAKES, to start at noon; 2J per cent.*; for all horses foaled in the Territory, with a sweep of 2 sovs.; horses to be approved of by the Stewards; weight for age ; distance one mile. Farewell. 1 ' Our Girl. 2 Scatter Brains... ... 3 The Other Boy also started. Scatter Brains, owned by G. Cook, was made à , warm favourite. Phillips's . Our Girl led all ...

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The Sportsman. Port Darwin Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

Port. Darwin llifle Club. Tho eighth annual competition for the Haurlicap Cup takes place this afternoon at 2.45 o'clock, at the 500 land 600 yard ranges. The winners ! to date for the ; first time are' N. j Holtze, P. Becker, sen., [F. L. Mar- chant, J. H. Moody, N. Waters, F. ' Becker, jon./ and H. E. Chester.

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Queensland. Brisbane, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, August 15. Reports from the Sud-Est gold- field continae very discouraging;, A 'steamer has jost arrived at Cook- town with -thirty returned miners and two hundred ounces of gold. Some of the more fortunato ones express an intention of returning. Dillon is still lecturing in tiais colony, the financial -returns con tinning satisfactory. Moir, a clerk emptaed,« lire Union Bank at Townsville, ha* been arrested on a charge"of embedding £120.

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New South Wales. Sydney, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

Hew South Wales. : Sydney, August 15. Two more bodies have 'been re- covered from the Glebe colliery. I . A new weekly publication has been started ander the title of "The: Dead Bird." Th© Postmaster-. General has prohibited its passage through the. Post Office .owing to . the obscene , nature of its contents, and for the same reason it will probably be suppressed/ , >:-.-: * .? < -*TbeBiv*Témsoá- Woods is very, dangerously ill.

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Fisheries Dispute—America apologises. Mrs. Maybrick—Efforts for reprieve. The sculling match—Illness of Searle—Hanlan's opinion of the competitors. News of H.M, Stanley. Irish policy of the Unionist party. Hon. J. White's colts—An English professional's opinion. A doctor arrested for assault and robbery. Rev. Tenison Woods dangerously ill. Suicide of an Adelaide sharebroker. Appointment of South Australian Crown Prosecutor. South Australia. Adelaide, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

Telegraphic Hews. ... - <? - FROM OUU OWN CüRHESrOXDEXT Fisheries Dispute-America ,.'Ki'c apologises. ? Mrs. Maybrick-Efforts for N reprieve. The sculling match-Ulme« of gearlt^-Hanlan's opinion of tho competitors. > KY - Newa of H.X, Stanley. : Irish policy of the Unionist party. Hon. J. White's colts - An . English professional's opinion. A doctor arrested for assault and robbery. Bey. Tenison Woods dan- gerously ill. ; v ' Suicide of an Adelaide sharer broker. "'. Appointment of South Aus tralian Crown Prosecutor. South Australia. Adelaide, August; 15. The aggregate public debt of Aus- tralia and New Zealand was iocreasec last year by nine and a half mtlliom sterling. vc -" 1 . Adolph Witt, a sharebroker, and President of the German Club, shot himself dead at his office at the Boyal Exchange on Monday last; He left a letter to his wife stating that he had been led to take this desperate step as the only means left tb him of escaping , his financial em barrasments. H...

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My-country Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). UNION REEFS. August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

^tt-i,0»âtrj ^eiligen«. (From our Correspondents). UNION BEEPS. .August 14. At No. 10 tooth things are re . ported to be looking very well under ground, and MacFarlane expects to hate his nattery ready for work in a fortnight, and ur they have a large quantity of stone at grass and ready for stoping, within the next two months we may expect, to see a very great increase in gold sent from this line. ; Albert, I believe, will have his "grinder" ready to commence operations, shortly. The following are the crnshings np to date: Claim. . - Toni; .ozs. d. g. No. 2 8. Union ... ? ... ll .6. 6 0 Surface ... 7 : 4 0 0 No. 5 n. Lady Alie» .:. 5 36 0 0 ,, 2 6. Lady Alice ... 18} 18 3 0 SN.Ümbn ... 5 28 lo 0 "6.4} 3 0 0 " S. Lady Alice. 3 9 2 0 " 18 North Fnioa .. 12 22 0 0 " USooth Union ... 1&Î 10 0 0 82 Ï 135 7 0

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Tasmania, Hobart Town, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

? Tasmania, . Hobart Town> August 15. The moat, intense cold experienced for :somèj titttö prevails throughout íV this ':'cblotoy|:and all the moun:tajn peaks are deeply çoierèà mt^fmôyr.

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English & Foreign. London, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

Bogil*!! Jt l^rfltgn. London, Angnst 15. The American Government apolo- gises for the 'action recently taken by a United States warship ih Behring Se« in taking possession of the Canadian fishing acaooner Black Diamond, in^diry haring shown that there was no irafátóoa for each a proceeding. American ind British warships hate neta dispatched to , the locality W, repress any outbreak between the. fishermen, the incident having occasioned, much bitterness of feeling. . ; .; The defeat of the Dervishes by the combined Egyptian and British troops under, the command of Gen. Grenfell Eas balled forthstrong ex- pressions of satisfaction ¿hrOlglhoas England. : The House of Lords, lilas carried a motion congratulating the General upon the skilful and ener- getic manner in which he has con- ducted the campaign, his decisive victory having nipped in the bud. a movement which would probably hayedeveloped into a serious revo- lution. Great feeling is being displayed in Liverpool and other par ts....

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Victoria. Melbourne, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

Victoria. ¿.fMeÍb0nrner 15. . : A distraéis.firo. has occurre$££j&' ORo'bb's-buildings, at tho corarf^iöf ColKos and King streets, the damage to property/, being-estimated at £10,000. The origin of the fire is nnknowu'.^- - .... : f Typhoid' and - dipfcheria continuo very . prevalent .in :tho . city, and . suburbs, and numerous .deaths occur : daily whilst experts dispute as to the cause. -Christie ,., Murray, -. the-- ; emiaept English novelist, is now-here taking7 .UOteS. . ? . ? l -, ?.. ? '>''?'.?»? ; /The proposed; additions, -to .the tariff of this >coiony are exciting a: great deal of' animosity and bitter dénonciation ia Tasmania, : some of ,v Whose. staple 'productes*r'will -be seriously anected by the alteration. Dr. Brierley, of ' this city, has been arrested on a charge of assault and robbery.of tho sam pf seventeen pounds. No particular» ;of Hhë peculiar occurrence hare yet trans pired. ¡ Carter, formerly a clergyman of South Australia, who recently lost I...

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Miscellaucous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

¿¡¡¡isttlhntúivi, flipping*. The strike in the Day Dawn>p.c., barters Towers, has been concluded, the mahàgëf«onooding the indignant miners the right td^use flannel instead of being inspected in** nude condition; ' It is generally understood that the j Queensland Government intends to put i a stop to free immigration^ into : that colony.: 'f . ' \ " ; A large anti-Chinese meeting has been held at Hughenden to expressVthe in- dignation excited over the unpatriotic action of the-local hospital committee in I accepting the tender of à Chinese baker -an English ; baker tendering at \he saine price. - . News' of another disaster is to hand from China through the bursting of the banks of the Yellow River at Shantung. Numbers of people" havè!: been 'drowned, and a vast amount of damage done to property. - ^ 0; . ' The Sydney Government kas decided to erect a monument to the .memory of. Sutherland, the policeman who was recently , shot in an encounter with a burglar. ( ' . ; , r.t . In c...

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OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR. SIR-In thanking your contemporary for tne pleasure which the perusal of his two leading articles of the 3rd inst, has given rae, allow, me to pass a few re- marks therèanènt, also to break one br two friendly lances with him: ' I take the article ' in the face.' I particularly differ with your contemporary as to mining being, the premier of three industries. It is the ONLY one, in iny opinion, and moreover its success as yet is only.qualified, caused mainly by the irregular deposits, and the fact that ALI. minerals ia' the N.T. as yet discovered lie in small rich shoots of no length or breadth to speak of. .Until we get 'below' (perhaps evim. as deep as the main water level) we can heyer even expect a continuous ou tput of ores. Commonsense and bitter ex- perience tell, mc that heart, breaking blanks must at all events occasionally come in till 1 settled country' is rea ched. All mining matters, however, would be considerably helped if: the 'lawa?}were. f...

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The New Diggings at Mount Ringwood. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

The New- {Diggings at Mount ?vV:-;'- vÄ«-gwpw.;:;.',. It waa stated h*t week that Mr. Chief Warden Kath. had gone, out to. impact the newlydisoovered digging! at Mt Ringwood; By the courtesy of the Hon. J. L. Parsons we are able to give the. following particulars referring. to the locality, taken from the Chief j Warden's-report to the Government Resident: ' " The .belt of country is, -1, think, a continuation of the Union, the slate and. metamorphic rock being the same. It n certainly the prettiest bit of .country Lhave seen, and I think in extent about five or six miles square. Thc gullies are very numerous and well defined, but there is absolutely no water. At the prospecting camp there are about thirty Çhinesp '.who have done . a considerable amount of. work, and .'I believe with excellent results. I am credibly in forinedfthat los . nuggets have been obtained. The only gold I have seen is of thé same description as I sent you through Mr. Foelsche.. I tried to pur- chase a few o...

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

The s.s. Adelaide left for ¡ the Macar- thur River on-Thursday- morning. .?>??- ?. ^ As the Flinders did nóV leiye Iwhïl until the 13th; her date,of sailing from this port is altered to the 19th. The Carrying Company were unable to dispose of their plant by auction on Saturday last. ' 364ioz. gold came down by the escort on Wednesday^; Âbout a third pf this was the produce of the'Eureka mine. A leper is being treated in - the Bris- bane Hospital, notwithstanding: that there is a leper station in the colony. ' Mr. T/Loie Fay, a Chinese mVswnarjr, : arrived here from' Melbourne in the Airlie, for the purpose of propagating the Gospel amongst the resident Chinese. ; Attempts: are being made to drive the, white ants from their itrongaotyùv. ¡the ship jetty before they wreck the str^çturé. . Messrs. J. .T.. Hamilton .and-Dr. Bacott, of. MutuaViosura ti.ón, d'jpaatei j)y the ^Tannadice. Mr. R C. Delisso, whose name is immortalised on the Peninsula, was a passenger by the. als. Changsha...

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District Council of Palmerston AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

District Council of Palmerston AUGUST .13. * Present-Councillors H. H. : Adcock (Chairman), W.L., Solomon, S. T. Brown, and.T. H. Harwood:- : , .' The minutes "of the last, meeting were, read and confirmed. * The Secretary to the Government Resident wrote asking that the docket containing the complaint of the Inspec- tor of Police oa the condition of the stables at the Family Hotel be returned to that office.. . < ., ^ Resolved, that the docket asked for be returned on copy of samé being sup- plied to this office. Two tenders were received foe digging graves in the Palmerston. Cemetery, that of H. Dudeney, at £2, being accepted. The assessment for the ensuing year was laid on the table and approved,. : Scotch Local Government Bill has been read a third time in the House of Commons. One cruiser and two gunboats of tho Australian -squadron have 'been com- pleted. Victorian wool has been awarded two grand prizes; four gold, and six sil ver medals at the Paris Exhibition; Gen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

THE NA3IE OF M. MOS > à CO. THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. IS ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE TjrrOLPE'S SCHNAPPS is a rgeat * Y relief of Rheumatism, infinitely j superior to brandy or whisky. Invigorate tho system with Wolfe's I Scuapps, the purest stimulant in the world. Wolfe's Schnapps strengthensand braces up tho system against disease. Be sure you obtaiu Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is a nohlo exception to tho spirits of the day. Always ask for Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is the most celebrated tonic and stimulant of this or any age. Be certain that you obtain Wolfe's. Thero is nothing known better calculated to invigorate tho constitution than Wolfe's Schnapps, Wolfe's Sohnapps is the purest and best ] stimulant, tonic, diuretic at present before the world. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Schnapps if you would avoid bilious ] attacks. The most suitable invigorant, stimulant, and protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain the genuine Wolfe's, Wolfo's Schnapps is the greatest stimu-1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889

» - tl IDE 'North Australian' Is Ihiblished. eveiy SATUIWAY, MOJINJW, at rahnmtonv Northern TerritcHry . 1 ! Söutli Australia; .1,5 A^feVco EstCTsiMlyCiXculatpiin, . \s^PaJi"ptstoiv Port Darwin Camp, Union, 'NPjneCseck, .Yaa Creek». Twelve-BIUe llawïry;; Munde Creek* ' .. sui alU.cahrc populated patts c£ the.Northern. Territory.. And.also.on the &octE-west Coast (W. A) and. throughout Southern. Colonies.. Local-News '. \ . . . ? Latesclelcsmmi; - - Shipping : rí-: . Upcountry.MiiuhC- : - And.General Ne*s. . ? :.? .?-.. ": . .../.> ' ExchangeCuppings;-. . i r¡.-: ? '/lü^.r .: \- ., ? Business Advertisements - .? -. J? vj; - Government Gazette Advts. > ' k *e &c As. well as-v. roOKKEX.vCOtD^UC SUPPLEMENT, .Cwitaming a. wed t»ortin«t^.hithly uUenstirif >-'-.. nadine nut Ur. ' rr"r .1 J JJ .i^. .ii" I-, -ita varter7 in.'»dv»rice, ss.; £ booked, 6s..: .. . ";,i^r^wrJft^vw^ jft;. if booked, ¿i <s¿ TErMS W/toVtimMNO.:: : H^:uKBV-rr3s4.'eoe.'taco, js.;. t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 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 Of&ce within one month from date of expiry. Application for a Mineral Lease requires to be made for claims marked thus, * as further renewal of a Mineral Licence will not te entertained. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. Name of applicant. F. Hains and II. E. Harwood do J. W. English E- Creer L. Foale R. Cowie C. Lovely L. Lovely M. J. Gardner V. Y. Jones M. Attenborough C. Waterhouse H. Waterhouse J. C. Cairns J.Wyles W. E.'Tweedie CE. Green W. Wright A. Miller E. A. Opie A. McDiarmid J. Linklater A. C. Evans W. Moffat G. J. Moffat E. Moffat P. Richter A. Cox W. E. Aitken H. W. Riley D. M. Ballans A. Binks F. Ballons S. T. Brown S. Brown J. Keenan do C. Pfitzner J. Cleland T. H. Dunstan J. Cleland R. Cleland, sen., and W. D. Cleland G. Hackett do East of Mo...

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