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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889
PORT PAR WIX. l ; AKKIVRD. .? : V August 1Û- the s.s. , Soochow, "from Hongkong, with 27 lpV.s cargc-!f: ; .No passengers.-Aplin, Brown à; Co.,í; agents! August 10-The R.s. Victoria, from Wyndham, W.A. Passengers: P.¿Fox, Young, and 2 othcrs^Aplin, "Brown & Co., agents. ' , August 12-Tho s.s. Tannadice from Hongkong, with 7 tons cargo and 1 Euro- pean and 5 Chineso passengers.-V.- V. Brown, agent. August 13-The s.s. Changsha, Captais I Williams, from southern ports, with 150. Hons cargo and tho following passengers : Mr. and |Mrs. -Parkhouse and three chil- dren, Af iss Beclc, -Mrs. Boll and two chil- dren, Mrs. Seid and infant, Messrs.W. V. Brown, Hunter, Ramsay, J. Gould, J. C. Miller.-Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. August 16-Thc s.s. Airlie, from south- ern ports, with 100 tons cargo and the following passengers : Messrs. T. Loie Fay, Micholas George, Jas. Wred, W. Wright, Henry Alpen, I. Faulkner, H. Williams, Jas Campbell, C- Carlyle, John Moore, Wm. Holdemoff, J. ...
The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1889. HORSE BREEDING IN THE N.T. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 August 1889
and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATUEDAY, AUGUST 17, 1889. HORSEÍ BREEDING IN THE . : .. N.T. WE have heard daring the week on undoubtedly good authority that a start will shortly be made towards establishing à station for horse breeding purposes. The parties who have determined to undertake the experiment are Messrs. Lawrie and Armstrong, the well-known butcher- ing firm.! For a considerable time pa«t 'they seem, to have had their minds set upon the project, but were not able to secure a piece of country suitable for stock and couvonientior carrying ; on operations. Latterly they have been ' endeavouring to arrange with the manager of the North Australian Territory Company for a long lease of the Company's Glencoe paddocks, which they be- lieve would answer all purposes, but. as yet no definite answer has been received, though there is little doubt the lease will be granted. In the meantime Mr. W. Lawrie is out mustering the mares belonging to the firm, .which: number fo...
The Maybrick Murder [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Tlie fflaybrick Murdal At tho inqao3i on tho b->tly ol' Mr. Maybrick, cot'on meroin nf, of Liverpool, on June 5, a German waiter named Schweiger, identified Mrs. May brick, among a number ci ladies, as a lady who had stayed at a private hotel in Loudon with a gentleman nauv-'d Brierley, wboro they had lived as mau and wife ; asked if ho saw the latter in tie court, tho vritnos j ita hesita: y pointed at Mr. Brierley, w!i > b id been sitting in the court all day. Al this recognition: a wave of seusaii.-:! pAssod through the -ourt, ar..I 'he:'.-, were indication^ ol' strong feeling; against tue p.-räou whoso alleged association with Mrs. May brick forms one of the uti happy feat-i rca of the tragedy. Auotucr witness, Dr. Humphreys, declared with decision his belief that tho deceased had sa : Climbed to arsenical pjis. mi.ig. D.\ Hopper, who stated that ho had been medical adviser to the decca-seil for some mouths previous to hi-» death, deposed that on Mareil ]-i Mrs. Maybrick h...
THE BURRUNDIE ANNUAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
THE BURRUNDIE ANNUAL. Burrundie races on tho loth seem to havo givrai rise to much unpleasantness that was not looked for. Our Bo\ little trick of hounding round tito iee : that was doing duly aa a po-t crave nuiiiorous hotting men a severe knock ; for hy all accounts he started on equal 1 terms with Joker in tho wagering on the j (hip, and each horse had many admirers j who put the cash on their particular ! fancy. Our Doy clearly proved the better animal of the two, having im- proved vastly since our meeting, and it may he justly said that ho is at present the champion over any dist mee; and there are those who aver that he has not even yet been seen at his best, lt is j unpleasant to lose money at any time, | but to drop it through an unfortunate \ mistake after your janey has won, makes you fet-l sometimes as though the country wasn't big enough to hold more than one at a time. That seems to have been the feeling created rm Burrundie racecourse when it was announced that tile ho...
Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. I August 18-The s.s. Flinders, 273 tons, j I Captain Dingle, from Fremantle, ria ports, i * Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. Finlay, Master I j Finlay (2), Mrs. Gordon, Dr. Mountain. ! ¡ Messrs. Doherty, Kennedy, Boyd, J. J i Armstrong. M. Motherspoon, F. Walton, j j ,T. Baines, and King.-Handle Bros. & Co., i _ agents. j ; SAILED. ¡ ; Ang. 19-The s s. 'Flinders, for western ' j ports. Passengers-For Wyndham : Mr. i : & Mrs. Finlay, Master Finlay (2), Mrs. j ¡ Gordon, Messrs. M. Murphy, .fas. Hay, J. Gould, A. Hamms, J. Campbell, P. Fox, J. j Mooney, Doherty, Boyd, and Dr. Moun- tain. For Cossack : Messrs. H. Wright, J. Moon. N. George, J. Robustelli, H. Williams, ilolderness, J. Faulkner, II. Alpen. For Derby : A. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Gawthornc. For Fremantle : E. J. Dunn, W. V. Brown, ll tons cargo. August 22 -The s.s. Maggie for thc ; Daly Hirer. Passengers : Father Conrad, J. Turner, and 1 Chinaman. Cargo : , Crushing plant for Messrs. John...
Kimberley Notes. Wyndham, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Kimberley Notes. (l'y our ConvsjKuuletu.) Wyndham, August ll. Ail Sing, a Olliliest; cook, died oa the 11th August from tetanus. A great want is being filled in here j by a Chinese gardenia-. Now you may see- thc cart, going round town with different sorts oí vegetables, the want of j which was hitherto one of the greatest j drawbacks to the district. We certainly don't admire the Chinese except as ; gardeners, bat 1 notice they have nowa j store in the most central part of the town, opposite to Messrs Connor «.v Dohtrty's large store. 1 think it a gwat pity that business licences should be granted to them at all. On the '24th duly, W. Buckley, an old resident of the Northern Teri kory, and one tittie carrying in Queensland, passed away to that bourne from whence no wanderer returns. J Ie had been suffering for some time from consump- tion. Three of the largest loads that over left Wyndham were taken out recently by Mr. N. Byrne's bullock teams, which arrived overland from the. Terr...
FOOTRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
FOOTRACE. I A inn'«-li for .CÍO asido was run on ¡ thf I'uli.:- rs'on Oval between a western j pedestrian named Armstrong, who has the reputation ot' hoing tile crack runner j of the Kimberley district, and \V. Wedd. j Tho local man received 3yds start in j 1U0, but the race was a very soft thing for his opponent. Wedd lost fully two j yards by a bad start, and was beaten by ; j a good yard, without being aide to ox- j ! tend the winner. Armstro;,g's party S i were so confident about the r. suit that, they freely oIK-red '1 to 1 on their man before the start, mids which found but * few takers. It is as well to state that ; the loser was in no trim to run even so j short a course, whereas Armstrong has! lately been running constantly ami was j well prepared for tho occasion. The j latter is willing to come over again in i the course of a month or so and meet j anything we can produce here if fair \ terms be offered. I i
Western Australia Perth, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Western Australia Perth, August 22. ? Lord Ku ts ford has cabled to the Wost Australian colonists that he ' entertains in> hopes that the measure ! granting the colouy autonomy will , bc passed this sessiou. I Exceüeut repui ts continue to come I to hand from tho Tilburra rush and j vicinity, but operations are much hampered owing to tho great scarcity . of watei. j In the libel action brought by '. some Chinese gardeners against the . " Perth Inquirer," in which damages i were laid at JtöUUO, a verdict lias . been recorded for tho del'eudiug I : newspaper. j A public meeting has been held I here with respect to the alleged \ presence of a Chinese leper ou the eastern railway works ; much indig- nation was expressed over tho fact that a leper should exist withiu tho boundaries of the colouy, aud steps aro beiug taken for his immediate removal. The Secretary of State intimates that he has decided to lind another appointment for Mr. Chief Jnstico Onslow, owing to the latter's seem-...
The Pilburra Rush. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Tho Pilburra Rush. The following particulars concerning ; the above rush have b;:en kindly for- j warded us by an old N.T. identity who j for some considerable time past has been ; .: trying his luck" round west ; as the. opinion of a thoroughly honest and prac- j tical miner, it should possess a peculiar ; value : Roeburn, July 30. , Sir-I have just returned from Nelli- j gon (?) goldiield, via Pilburra and j 'Égira ; tho latter place is situated 80 ; miles from Roeburn, and Pilburra 1*0 | miles. Some rich finds have been made ; on both those places, but limited in ! extent ; some rich leaders were dis- ? covered at Tilburra, and I believe, it will ¡ eventually develop into a rich reefing district. No reefs have been discovered at Egira, and miners are working under ' great diiliculties through scarcity of water ; the nearest supply, even for domestic purposes, is ten miles from the field ; the process of washing is never thought of-all dry blowing. There arc only about seventy men...
Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Great strike in London— Feared the mail contract will be jeopardised. Sullivan and Kilrain are sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment. Contest between Smith and Slavin. America protesting against influx English capitalists— heavy tax proposed. West Australian autonomy— measure shelved. The Liverpool murder case— Sensational story from America. Revolution in Honolulu— Severe fighting. —Execution of Morrison. Prosecution of Sydney sweep promoters. The S.A. Budget. South Australia. Adelaide, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
'sbgraphic News. i'R'lM Oint (JWS CORRKyPONüE.S'T Great strike in Loudon - j Teared the mail contract) will ce jeopardised. i '.Sullivan and Kilrainare sen- tenced to twelve months' imprisonment. Contest between Smith and Slavin, America protesting against influx English capitalists heavy tax proposed. West Australian autonomy measure shelved. The Liverpool murder case Sensational story from America. Revolution in Honolulu - Severe fighting. ^-Execution of Morrison. j - ! Prosecution of Sydney sweep promoters. The S.A, Budget, South Australia, Adelaide, August 22. ! Treasurer Holder delivered his Budget speech ia the Uouse on Tuesday, aud takes a very hopeful view of the position of affairs. The estimated revonuo is set down at £2,485,402, against au ¡expouditure of £2,430,859, leaving to the credit nf the colony at the end of tho year, including thc present surplus of £29,000) the sum of £83,850. Tho estimates are calculated on the basis ot aa eight bushel to tho acre harvest. Thy ...
OPEN COLUMN. THE NEW GOLD DIGGINGS AT MOUNT RINGWOOD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
OPEN COLUMN. LnTTKns to thc Editor must bc couched iu respectful and simple lang'tiije and as concise as possible. In every ease the writer's name is required, WA necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] THE NEW GOLD DIGGINGS AT MOUNT KINGWOOD. TO TUE EDITOR. I SIR-These new diggings are a r - .vsurrected find of Crokers (alias Towney) and Jack Clarke. Thepr"s-¡e-> of gold, however, in that noighbourh . . . ¡ in small quantities, has U-.-n for tn ¡ years within the cognizance >>f P ¡1 Saunders. It consists of a small pat.-u or cement country, totally unworkable in a heavy wet season, or at anv other time than just before or just at the end of the wet. It has many possibilities ot porn: mont success about it. JOIIN H. BLAIR. Yours ¿c., A New Orleans paper states that samples of first-class paper have been pla .-ed in the market by a planter, made ¡ fruin sugar cane refuse. If this suc- ceeds it will help sugar planting very l materially. ' An extraordi...
Victoria. Victoria, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Victoria. Victorin, August 22. It is stated that when Earl Hope- town assumes the Governorship of Victoria, Sir William Robinson, who tomponiily fills tho position, will proceed to Westoru Australia as successor to Rroorao. This will by lits third term ' f office ¡a th:' colony, and his re-appointment there j is generally considered as a step j . down the ladder. A feeling of sym- | j pathy exists for Sir William, the recent appointments of men of high i rank and independent means to the larger colonies having evidently j ! postpoued his well deserved promo ; tiuu. i I The man Costello, arrested recently ; Í ou a charge of murdering a woman ' of ill fa mo named Thorntou, has i been found guilty and scuteuced to \ death.
New South Wales. Sydney, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
New South Wales. Sydney, August 22. The Governmeut is takiug vigor- ous measures with a view to check the gambliug spirit which appears to be yearly assumiug moro serious proportions in this city and through- out the colony, notably in connection with horse racing. The publisher of tho Sydney " Refereo" has been fined £10 for allowing his journal to bo made the medium ior advertise- ments of consultation sweeps, &c. Numerous convictions have also been j obtaiued against small shopkeepers ¡ for similar offences against tho law. j Morrison, tho burglar whoreceutly shot and killed a constable named Sutherland whilst the latter was endeavouring to effect his arrest, was hanged in Darlinghurst Gaol on 'I uesday morniug last. i A telegram from Molong states that numbers of men are proceeding! to a uow alluvial rush which has ' broken out in tho viciuity of Parkes. '? Tho Assombly has adopted the '? proposal of the Treasurer to pay off ; rho COM my's deficit, amounting to two aud a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
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POLICE COURT—BURRUNDIE. (Same day.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
POLICE CO I' Li 1'-BURRUNDIE. (Saine day.) A Chi ¡.ese was charged with obtaining ; th.» sum of .£ t !'!.>. I. y means of false ' pretences. Mr. Beresford appeared for the prosecution. Prisoner was found guilty, and sentenced to four mouth's imprison mont with hard labour. A Cingalese miner sued C. H. Albert, mino manager, under the Master and Servants' Act, for the sum of ¿5 2s., 1 w-o-., d i . IVI'-M ian; pai l £1 los. ;;:'M C.I.1-, for v'.".,li tiMouat . Vctditti wu- 4; wa. M rs .'>; La i. . ?].?? r.;--d with using i -b - . !.. . i.as !i,;ed lUs. ami ¿1 costs of court. Air. Beresford ap I pr-ared for the pr.a-x-.iticu.