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Miscellaucous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
- f hiuWnutona (í ít¡Jpiu/ I Mr. Ohri.i. Smith, diver, ot Thursday ; hland (says the 'Torres Straits Pilot ) : recently experienced a vry narrow escapo from a horrible death. ile was ..? orking off Long Island in ll fathoms oí water, but at the lime of the ae.-idi-nt was Some distance away from the boat and had nearly 23 fathoms of piping : out. ; anil whilst thus at work the pipe suddenly burst. Smith at once grasped his perilous position, and signalled to be hauled to the surface, but the tender. . who was a nev.- man, failed to respond, j The unfortunate diver signalled again three different times with the same had j success In the meantime, the supply ' of air being exhausted, the water pressed th«; dross close to tho diver's body, and all thc blood rushed to the head, which, protected by the helmet, was the only part protected from the crushing weight of the water ; thc blood rushing to the head caused most agonising paitiî, more especially in tho chest, the sensation resemblin...
Death of Mr. J. T. Bull. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Death of Mr. J. T. Bull On Thursday morning townspeople &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; were somewhat taken by surprise by the news of the death of a resident of very long standing, Mr. John Thomas Bull, &nbsp; who expired at his residence at about 3 a.m. Perhaps the more intimate friends of the deceased were partly prepared for his final leave-taking, as during the last &nbsp; year or so he had been in anything but the best of health, and only a few mouths back he had an attack of illness from which he only recovered with the greatest difficulty. Yet his death was unthought of by the majority, and its suddenness created many expressions of surprise and sorrow. Mr. Bull was be- coming quite an old identity in the place, and his arrival here dates back some ten or eleven years. During the whole time he was connected with store- keeping pursuits, for a couple of years on his own account, and at the time of his death he had charge of the stor...
Postal Petition [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Postal Petition Hereunder wo give a copy of a petition which is intended to oppose the proposal to abolish the Post Olio? at Grove Hill : - To thc Hon. J. H. Gordou, Mini-t-i of Education and of th s Northern Territory. \ SIE-We, the undersigned resident » I in and around the district &lt;>f Yam I Creek, and others engaged in budu.'-s with the up-country districts, h-.tvi.i heard that it is lite intention &lt;;.:' tl. &lt; postal authorities to cl ve P >-t Office at Grovo Hil!, wish !?> .-.-¡>"-t j fully ask your consideration o' this ? matter before allowing the said O.IKV 1 to be closed. j We respectfully point out that tin * office serves a large and scattered population in thc districts of Yuti 1 Creek, Port Darwin Ciinji, F >-umbi i Head, Woolwonga, the new g 'ld M»h ! at Mount Kingwood. numerous j Chinese townships, an I vari -tu mining centres throughout the dis1 rici. ! As an evidence of tho decided neees I sity forthe continuance o...
WYNDHAM SPORTING. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
W Y y L) H A M SPO R TI NT!. August H. With regari! to the Derby races. ! which come o!F next month, il is believed | that at least two horses, Towrow and 1 the hurdler Jack, will he taken round in the s.s. Flinders to have a go for the best prizes offered. A cricket match was played the other day between H.M.S. Rambler and the Wyndham team, the former winning easily. Yesterday a match was played be- tween teams composed of " Ugly " and " Goodlooking " cricketers. Immense amusement was occasioned in choosing the sides. The ugly ones went in first and made fi 2 runs, but the. beauties were all put out for 29 in their first innings. Being called upon to follow on, they then ran up the good score of 130. lt being too late to conclude the match the game was given to those who were sup pos-d to have been behind the door when good looks were given out. A meeting was held at Peacock's llot.diiitho evening, when a Cricket Club was daly formed and all the neces- sary arrangements made for it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
I storth Australian' NEWSPAPER $0i'crnmcp;t $;¡2cflc Pal merni ou, Northern Territon South Australia, j And is Very F.ttrnsivdy Circulated m Palmerston, Port Darwin Camp, Union. ! Pine Creek, Yam Creek, Twtlve-Mile, How li-y, Muncie Creek, ind all! o:hr: populated parts of t hr Northern Territory And also on the North-west Coast (W. A) and throughout Southern Colonies. TT COXTA.TXS li»! Ne»* Lates: Telegrams SI'.ippinE Cpcnuntry Mining And General N'tws Fxchangc Clippings B'-irir.t -.. Advertisements líovrrivmenkCajctte Advt i. I'oL'RTEEN . COLIMX SUPPtErT lir.ir.t; a -.-..tied a^scrtmciit &lt;?( hifihlv Inte . . - nadine in.it; r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Per quarter, in advance, 5s.: if booked, is. Per annum, hi advance, (i ; :f booked, £¡ 4s. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : Half inch, 3s.; one inch, 55.; Birth?, marriages, and death'.. 5s. each. Suitable reductions made on advertisements appearing fjr a number c-:'issues. &lt;.;r.:r.i:: advertiser.;!. _.. very reasonable rat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Government Gazette. MINERAL LICENCES. Crown Lands Office, Palmerston, July 29th, 1889. THE following Mineral Licences will lc treated as Waste. Lands of thc 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 made for claims marked thus, * as further renewal of a Minoral Licence will not be entertained. .Î. LANGDON PARSONS, _ . Government Resident. No. of Application. Name of applicant. Situation. A F. Hains and H. E. Harwood do J. W. English F. . Crcer L. Foale R. Cowie C. Lovely I,. Lovely M. J. (iardaer V. Y. 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. 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. Binlcs F. Ballans S. T. Brown S. Brown J. Keenan do C. Wilmer J. Cleland T. H. Dunstan J. Cleland R. Cleland, sen., and...
The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1889. Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
Northern Territory Government Gazette &nbsp; SATURDAY. AUGUST 17, 1889 total The Flinders made an excellent run &nbsp; rom Wyndham this time, doing the &nbsp; trip in twenty-four hours. &nbsp; The crushing and concentrating plant &nbsp; for Adam Johns and party's tin mine at &nbsp; the Daly River was taken away by the &nbsp; s.s Maggie a few days ago. &nbsp; At the Licensing Court on September &nbsp; 10th Joseph Davis will apply for a &nbsp; &nbsp; slaughtering license for Pine Creek, &nbsp; Burrundie, Port Darwin Camp, Howley &nbsp; and PALMERSTON. - Amongst the imports ex s.s. Flinders was a cake, of gold from the Ruby Queen &nbsp; claim at Ruby Creek, Kimberley, but &nbsp; from what quantity or stone it was pro- &nbsp; duced no one appears to know. For reasons best known to the owners these things are retained as secrets. The &nbsp; weight of gol...
English & Foreign. London, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 August 1889
English & Foreign. London, August 22. j Tho strike amongst tho men cm- !: ployed iti the Loudon ducks is ;, rapidly sprcadiug, and is assuming j such formidablo dimensious as ¡, threateus to paralyse the shipping j i iudustry. It is feared tho carrying \ &lt; out of tho mail contracts will be ¡ &lt; seriously jeopardised unless somo 1 compromise is arrived at. Over ten thousaud employees iu and arouud the docks are now out on strike, and this uuniber is beiug daily augmented; mnuy other1 brauches of labour more or less cou- 1 nectod with tho shipping interest '; threaten to join forces with thc ! strikers unless the demands of thc ! men are acceded to. Sullivan and Kilraiu, brought up on charges arisiug out of tho late fight for the pugilistic championship, have each been sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment. Sullivan is appealing against the decision. Smith, the English champion of ! tho P.lt., is endeavouring to make a ; match with Slaviu, the Australia...
GENERAL MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
GENERAL MIXrXG XOTivS. At tho Eureka Gold Mine the last clean- j lag up returned Ml oz as the produce of 200 tons stone. At Mt. Shoobridge operations are being interrupted by the shortness of water. Thc ' battery is being worked eight hours a day, and is putting through about SO tons of ore weekly, from which 3 to -I tons oxide are obtained. Captain Dunstan intends to commence deepening the shaft again shortly. On the North Australian Tin Company's mine Mr. Deana has tho men still at work on the porphyry dyke. A drive has been started at the 77ft level, following up the lode, and o drive is also to be putin at the 100ft level. From thc No. 1 Depot IS lons of stone have been carted to Fountain head, to be crushed by the battery there. Thc Port Darwin Tin Company af Mi. Wells are still working the 10-head battery, putting through 100 tons weekly for about 2 tons oxide. Mr. Daniels thinks thal by making the crushiug power up to 30 or 10 stampers the properly can be made payable.
The Transcontinental. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
The Transcontinental. in running through the latest pub- lished debates of the House of Assembly ; we were rather surprised to find so many references to the Transcontinental Railway scheme, and the generality nf the opinions opposed to the continuance of the line. Relieving that our readers will feel interested in anything closely connected with this work we supply a number of these opinions hereunder: - Mr. J. 0. P. Johnson agreed with the Government with regard to the extension of the Transcontinental Railway, which would open up good pastoral and mineral land. When the inevitable time came for the separation of the Northern Territory from South Aus tralia (and he had lately been led to think that such a separation would not be altogether undesirable) lie hoped the line of demarcation would be altered from the twenty-sixth parallel to the twenty-second. That would give South Australia a strip of good country which would be reached more easily from Adelaide than Port Darwin. The r...
Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
Cricket Match. Tho match Rods v Blues on thc Oval on Saturday was an evenly coutcsted gamo and resulted in a win for the former by I I- runs. Following ure thc scores : Pu:ns. Wed.!, e Hms;-¡Lon. b Marchant ..ll Becker, b Marchant . 9 Solomon, c (¡reen b Grifliihs ... I . Hendry. b Cairns.37 j Mann, b Griffiths. O j Cooper, b Grifliihs.O Tappe, b Griffiths .. .1 Freer, b Green .u Blair, e Shanahan, b (Jreen . . 3 William-, not ont ... ...."> Paynter, b Cairns.o j " Sundries . .21 Total .!>1 BlXEs. Griffiths, thrown oui.23 Shanahan, c and b Becker. 0 Wilkie, b Wedil .l«i Cairns, b Wedd . I Green, not out .29 Marchant, c and b Becker. 3 Hingston, b Becker 0 Elphick, e Mann, b Cooper . . 0 Beresford, b Becker . 2 Sundries | .. ... ... £' Total . 77
English & Foreign. London, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
English & Foreign. Loudou, April 30. Tho great striko among the dock labourers continues. Other branches of labour aro casting in their lot with tho strikers. It is computed there aro now ono hundred and twenty thousand men on strike. The movement threateus to extend to other ports in the United Kiugdom. The shipping industry is completely paralysed. Steamers arriving are obliged to leave London and dis- charge at ports not yet affected by the movement. In several iustauces the discharge and shipping of cargo is being undertaken by voluutecr bauds of clerks aud others, who j carry out tho work under police | protection. Tho public sympathy j is generally with the strikers, whoso j main object is to secure the abolition j of the iniquitous sweatiug system, j The movement is marked by the j pacific attitudo of tho men, the ; leaders having set their face against any rioting or dessruction of pro- ; porty. Tho powerful agitation initiated in favour of Mrs. Maybrick has re- sult...
Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDENT South Australia. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDENT South Australia, August 30. Tho hearing iu W. E. Adcock's insolvency case has boen further ad- journed until to-morrow. In giving his evidence beforo tho Court tho insolvent remarked that the law costs pertaining to the insolvency amounted to £4000, whilo his debts wero only £2,000 altogether ; tho last three mouths had cost £300 for expenses. The Government havo abaudoned the idea of constructing a fort at Glenelg. General Edwards was asked to report upon tho proposal, and his opinious being unfavorable to tho project tno Government have allowed thc matter to drop. Mr. Castine, M.P. now proposes that tho colony should sell thc Glenelg guns to tho Imperial author- ities for tho protection of Port Darwin. After making an iuspecfciou of our military forces, General Edwards considers that the Volunteer Force should be strengthened by the addition of GOO men so as to make it equal to that of Queensland. Tho General favours mounted troops aud d...
Victoria. Melbourne, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
Victoria. Melbourne, August 30. According to tho census just published tho population of Victoria on Juno 31st was 1,184/280. j Tho Melbourne Nows Agents Association is protesting strongly agaiust tho proposed establishment j of the Sunday TIMES there. j A tender of £73,000 has beon | accepted by tho Govornment for the j erection or the Spencer-street rail- j way station. Tho chai'ge of Rubbery preferred against Dr. Brierly has been elia- j missed. j Madame Vine, of Melbourne, | notorious in ill-fame, who absconded j from the colony some time ago while j on bail, is rcportod as having boen arrested at Hongkong. j Gippsland coal ia working iuto great favour in Melbourne. In sentencing a married man for assault tho other day, Judgo Williams strongly protested against the con- stitution of tho existing divorco laws and advocated their alteration so as to make thom much moro favorable to tho wifo than they are at present.
My-country Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). UNION REEFS. August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
(From our Correspondents). UNION REEFS. August "27. As far as lean gather things continue about the same here as regards reefing, but we had some excitement at the end of last week through the outbreak of n fire in China Town. 1 regret to say it burnt out the most decent and deserving storekeeper among.it the Chinese we have here, viz., Yen Kit Loon«. He estimates his loss at £2000. I thought at one time that the whole of China Town was doomed, but a shift of wind saved the remainder. I do not think there has yet been a policeman here to enquire into the matter, although it is freely asserted that tho hand of an incendiary was at tho bottom of the whole affair, and as things are taken so easy it is very possible that the next attempt of the kind may bo made upon European property. It is known that during the excitement occasioned by the fire, several yellow thieves managed to walk oft' with a considerable amount of plunder, and its quite within the region of probability that the who...
New South Wales. Sydney, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
New South Wales. Sydney, August 30. I A collision occurred in thc har I hour on Friday, between tho s.s. i Centennial, formerly Albion, and the ¡ Kanahooka. Thc former was fairly j cut iu two aud sunk immediately ; tho bows of the other vessel were completely torn away. Tho chief cook aud a fireman of tho Centennial were drowned, and others of tho crew aro missing. She went down in seven fathoms of water, portion of her funnel being visible. Tho Kanahooka has gone into dock for repairs. The Marine Board find that Captain Lessing, of the sunken vessel, steered contrary to the rules of the Navigation Act, and will probably suspend him. Tho rescue party still continue their exertions at the Globe colliery, working up to their waists in water. Several moro bodies have been re- covered. Tho Freetrado Conforeucc has commenced its sittings. Tho alleged petrified figure of a ! woman is now being exhibited in this city. I
TYPHOID—A QUERY? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
TYPHOID-A QUERY ? To THE EDITOR. DEAR SIR,-Can you or any of your readers inform mc how it is that typ- hoid fever never broke out in thc Chinese quarter of Palmerston before the Board of Health exercised its useful inilnence in cleaning up the muck there ? I contend that if over-crowding and foul air caused thc outbreak at Fannie Bay Gaol, it is miraculous that China Town, which abounded in tilth, stenches, and general rottenness, has not to my know- ledge produced one instance of typhoid fever. I would very much like to see that accounted for by some of your scientists.-Yours faithfullv, Palmerston, Aug. 27. J. ll.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889
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