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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889

Government Gazette. GOLD MINING LEASES. Crown Lauds Office, Palmerston, 6th August, 1889. THE following list of Rents on Gold Mining Leases, which fall due at this ofliec on 1ST OCTOBER, 1889, is pub- lished for thc information of those con- cerned. -? rJ¿ LANGDON PARSOXg, Government Resident. Ko. of lease. Name of lessee. Ping Que [J. L. Noltenius W.K. Griffiths [J. L. Noltenius and J. Johnston G. L. Barrett & others O. Jenson do A. Johns M. Kirwan and W. II. Summers M. Kirwan and others do do [John Thomas T. A. Barnes* J. Thomas T. K. Fawcett A. Baxter & A. E. Jolly do E. Elphick do Walter Griffiths j do ¡J. Seymour, T. Barnes, and J. Tilomas P. C. McDonald and A. A. Gallagher B. Murphy C. W. Hughes 'A. G. D. Beresford |T. Gash and others do ¡J. Th .«mas and others R. Webb and others do do do do S. Johnson and others j \V. Banger&D.H.North Quong Hung Sing C. G. and E. P. Millar A. Baxter do C. G. and E. P. Millar do A. Baxter do G. and E. F. Millar do Baxte...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. MOVEMENTS. I The s.s. Tsinau left Sydney on the j 28th for Hongkong, vi* Port Darwin, and i is due here about thc 8th Septomber. ! Tho s.s. Catterthun left Sydney on the j 28th for Hongkong.

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889

$ptc ¿¡jf-jrtfi Australian. and Xortlicrn Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1889. I j IT is disheartouiug in tho extreme I to have to be constantly acknowledg- ing how slight is tho interest which the political requirements of the Northern Territory excite at the governing metropolis. Nothing in tho way of guardianship could be moro disappointing than the system adopted by South Australia towards hor possession in tho far north-a system that necessitates great free- dom in tho use of the term " boy- cotting "j for that word alone ex- presses the disagreeableness of our position. Like the mercenary money-louder, South Australia must seo au extravagant QUID TRO QUO for everything sho does for us. The spirit of euterpriso is a thing unknown. All uncommon calls upon the Treasury funds are resented with a bitterness and determination that aro never warranted. It can never be urged agaiust us with roasou that the Territory has exceeded its needs. One has only to bear in m...

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889

Thc Maggie was to leave for the Daly Eiver this morning. The quantity of gold brought by the escort this week was 248oz. A notice elsewhere announces that the duties at the public school will berosumod on Tuesday next, 3rd September. Three trucks of Copperfield copper ore arrived from Pine Creek during the week. It is notified that the steamer Tsinan left Sydney for this port on Wednesday last. From an official source wo learn that the Hospital Board of Enquiry, consist- ing of Messrs. E. Ii. Whitelaw, J. A. G. Little, M. Holtze, A. G. Beresford, J. C. Hillson, and the Rev. Edward Youngman, will commenco its labours almost immediately. Tenders are called ly Messrs. A. Gr. D. Beresford & Co. for tho purchase of tho machinery, mining implements, stock, and other proporty of thee Finniss Uiver Tin Mining Association. One of the items in the Victorian Treasurer's budget proposals for the ensuing year is a vote of £250,000 for bonuses to agricultural industries ! But then Mr. Gil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889

Vost Olüce and Telegraph Depart HUMUS. Port Marwin. X.T.. April -lill, lSHX. Time Table-Inland Mails. : PALMERSTON AND BURRUNDIE SERVICE. (Throe times per week by train.) Pal'erstou: Mad doses : Tuesday ) Thursday ?. 7.15 am Saturday 3 Adelaide Riv. - Arr.: Tuesday j Thursd'y ? 120 ¡un Sat unlay ) 1 fowley - Arr. : Tuesday ¡ Thursdtiy . 3.Ki p.m. Saturday J Burrundie--Arr. : Tuesday ") ; Thursday ' 5.10 p.m. j Saturday )' i R K T U R X. Burrundie' Mail closes: Mouday ^ Wednesday . 8 a.m. Friday ' > Howley Arr. . Monday ") Wednesdav . 10.55 n m. Friday * J ; Adelaide l!iv. -Arr. : Monday ) Wednesday - 12.30 p in Friday * J' Palmerston - Arr. : Munday ) j Wednesday [. 0.20 p.m. j Friday J ' POKT DARWIN CAMI1 KAII/WAY SIDING i AND GROVE HILL BRANCH I SERVICE. (Once per week, by packhorse.) \ Grove Hill-Arr. : Saturday, 5.30 p.m. [ li E T U K X. j Grove Hill - Dep.: Wednesday, 8 a.m. ! BURRUNDIE AND MAUDE CREEK MAH. ! SERVICE. ! (VIA Union Beef. Piuc freck, and River j Katherine.) ; ...

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Miscellaucous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889

I During tho Sullivan-Kilrain contest (which was fora total amount of .£-11GG ' and a diamond Lull), thc latter adopted . dodging tactics throughout. Ile also ' (states an exchange) struck Sullivan foully three times and spiked his foot. ' Sullivan exhibited surprising wrestling abilities, and threw Kilraiu no fewer than twenty times. In the fort}-seventh round he was attacked with vomiting, j and seemed much distressed ; but the . reply to the suggestion of a draw from . Mitchell and Kilraiu was a knock-down ? blow. At the conclusion of the battle j Kilraiu was much battered, and was , bleeding at the eyes, nos»*, and mouth, j Sullivan only had some slight cuts over ' the eye and ear. Christie Palmerston, the well-known Queensland prospector, during a recent expedition to thu tablelands at the head ! of the south branch of the Johnstown li i vcr, came across beautiful specimens of kauri pine Jittering in certain respects from the common species of that noble ; timbei tree, lie forw...

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LETTERS. THE SALT-AND-WATER CURE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889

LETTERS. LUTTHRS to tho Editor must ho couched in respectful and simple language and as eonei.se as possible. In every ease the writer's name is required, liol necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith, j TUE SALT-AN D-WATER CURE. TO TIIK EDITOR. i I DKAR SIR.-I observe by your rou ! temporary that T. O'Neill oilers a cure for the "terrible cattle disease styled red water. His recipe is to physic the ! affected animals with a dose of salt and water administered by means of a horn, but he is dubious on one very important point, viz., with regard to wild cattle. The method might work to thc entire satisfaction of all parties in the case of a ; thoroughly domesticated old cow or i oilier civilised animal, but I think I am near about right when I say that you'd find very few busnmen who'd care to interview a mob of wild cattle and en- deavour to coax some of its sickly mem- bers into taking a dose of salt and water for thc good of their health. I fear tho plan would ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 31 August 1889

THE Uorth Australian NF.WSPAPF/R Is Published ever}' SATURDAY MORNING, at Palmerston, Northern Territory South Australia, And is Very Extensively Circulated in, Palmerston, Port Darwin Camp, Union. Pine Creek, Yam Creek, Twelve-Mile Howley, Maude Creek, and alli ether populated part? of t lie Northern Territory And also on the North-west Coast ( W. A) and throughout Southern Colonies. TT CONTAINS Local News Latest Telegrams. Shipping Upcountry Mining And General News Exchange Clippings Business Advertisements Government Gazette Advts. &c. &.C. ftc As n ell as a. FOUnTEEX - COLUMN Containing a varied assortment of highly interesting reading matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :. Per quarter, in advance, 5s.: if booked, 6s. Per annum, in advance, £1 ; if booked, £1 4s TERMS OF ADVERTISING : Half inch, 3s.; one inch, 55.; births, marriages, and deaths, 5s. each. Suitable reductions made on advertisements appearing for a uumher of issues. Contract advertisement-, taken ot vcr}...

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A Buyer of Sofas. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

A Stayer of Sofas.. H-nest Loefler, a (l-rmati, is mad on j o:-.f¡ subjtc;, tiKiivli fane inou|:h (ii cvfry ! other. A few jc;ivd a¡»'J lu read i ntory in ; a newiqiaper '.hi tit eorne person buying an old scia lit auction ned afterward ünding a largo hum of money stowed away amor j,' the broken ppringa and hair Ptt.llinga. Hu be- came imbued with the idea that he, too, might be equally fortunate, .md baa ever since haunted tba cheap auction houses and persistently hid on old lout-ge.-', a now one, h:injj ever ao cheap, bavirg «o charma for him. Jt Eo happened that shortly after thia étrange freak seized him, L viler did linda live pound note between the back and eeat of ono oi bia purchases. That unfortunate lind made hint a monomaniac on t hu sub- ject of rinding a hidden fortune. Almcat every morning hia familiar face may ho teen haunting the un-town auction tiered on the loiik-cut for bargains in old pofa*. But,not- withstanding his eccentricity, Rtnest ia an industrinua man, an...

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ODDS AND ENDS. To a Child. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

ODDS AMI) E::I)S. To ¡i Child. 0>, my child, my pure and perfect man child, With tt."!ii;ht cf llfavcn in your eyes, And you,- ? How hair like glory resting U'tr ; ao angtl-swett and wiae ! Ob, no i.¿ld, I hold your hand and tn iul)le When I ihiukof Ml that you must ranet On thc way. where lhere ia naught to f;uidc you, Save u'v clouied eyea and stumbling feet ! All tho noblenFFd thal sleeps within you Vv'f.its my touch to waken into grace ; Ah. tho man you wi!1 bo hauntamy future With rtproach, not love, i pou bia face 1 ls tho gardener not appalled and daunted When he KCCJ bu« letti-ia twij/a, end knows That within the bare, brown things there slmobc-is, Waiting for bia waking band, Hie rose? Ho I fear, from lingera nil unakillfu1, Some rude touch your perfect growth may mar ; If the pruning-knife slip but a little, You must carry, all your life, a soar. Oh, my child, unknown, unconscious cúr- renla Met r.nu mingle in your young, wami Unod ; S". (ioii ht!p me winn your aoul sha...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Sept. x-The s.s. Adelaide, from McArthur River. Passengers: Mrs. Ah Sam, Messrs. Wm Chesham, C. King, £. OXonnor, A. Dickson, Wm. Cameron, McArthur, two Chinese, and the Rev. Father O'Brien. - Aplin, Brown and Co., agents. Sept. 5-The s.s. Victoria, trom the Adelaide River. Sept. s-The s.s. Maggie, from Daly River. Passen, gens : W. H. Adcock and one blackboy.-P. D. M. and A. Co., agents. MOVEMENTS. The barque Island City left Newcastle on the sjth for Port Darwin. The Tsinan arrived at Brisbane from Sydney on thc 30th August. The Tannadice left Sydney for Port Daiwin on the 5th September.

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LITTLE FOLK. The Dog's Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

LITTLE FOLK. The WOK'S Appeal. " I ana tho children's dog, I've coma on a very long jotr, Their worn to rt lato To tho council in ¡rn.tr ; Bow, wow," said the chilJren'a deg. " Thoy con e bitch fr-m echntil every day, Tacy haven't ti t::cimnt tn play, Wit'i .v.clt licous tn learn lt ni'.kci) n:y hrnrt hunt, Though I'm only a doy a* you Hay. " S:'tlt pages ot rhyme and of prose ; h''U¿t> li uren in rows ttji'ni rows ; Wiiy, the thought o! their suma (livsH ir.e pain from my gumti Jü^hü do'.vti to my tail amt my toea. j " So, Mr. Directors. 1 pray, j Don't weir all their small bruins away, | iSjruc lessons sboliah, j And intellects polibh, j Like mine, by a little more play I'1

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDENT. The London Dock strike— Intense excitement. General sympathy expressed for the men. Honey daily cabled from America. Meetings held throughout United Kingdom. Australian assistance—The Queensland Parliament votes £100—Large sum forwarded by labour associations and private individuals—Receipt of Australian contributions causing immense enthusiasm. Strike warmly supported by Gladstone, Cardinal Manning, and other leading public men. General upheaval of laboring classes probable. Thousands of London tailors on strike. Sculling championship— Searle confident of winning. South Australia. Adelaide, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Telegraphic Uews. PROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDEXT. The Loudon Bock strike Intense excitement. ! General sympathy expressed for the men. Honey daily cabled from America. Meetings held throughout United Kingdom. Australian assistance-The I Queensland Parliament i votes £100-Large sum for warded by labour associa- tions and private indivi- duals-Receipt of Austra- lian contributions causing immense enthusiasm. Strike warmly supported by Gladstone, Cardinal Man- ning, and other leading public men. General upheaval of laboring classes probable. Thousands of London tailors on strike. Sculling championship Searle confident of winning. South Australia. Adelaide, September 25. The North German Lloyds state their intention to deliver mails here in twenty-eight days from London. Tho strike among the English dock labourers is being supported with an unusual heartiness iu all the chief centres of Australia. The labour associations of Adelaide cabled £500 this morning Subscrip- tions are also being rai...

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One in a Thousand. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

One in a Thousand. A writer in Sunday at Home describing the sahool life of George Augustas Selwyn, late Bishop of Lichfield, when a boy at Etoo, says that " in bathing he was as pre-eminent as in boating. He excelled in speed, endurance, and gracefulness, and in diving and the art of4 taking headers.' There is a bush near Eton still called ' Sslwyn's bush,' standing on a high bank, to which he used to run np, take a spring, go over it with a perfeotly ' straight body, and coming into the water headforemost, at an anglo of forty-five, pas» under Üiemíre^nrfac*«i. the water and ma--'¿J again directly. One day a Irlehtl'lanaasti^ .with tatar to Hw laaierlôç ;wiAer *e*w opjoosit« points «ni netti ai tbs. «j©ttom.*K;' Selwyn Vent down with a pewter, pot. Hi» ' ' friend esme from the opposite aide, met him, ;' took the pot, and rose with it to tho surface. Then the friend took it down, and delivered - it lo Selwyn, who, however, waa not content merely to bring it up, but filled it with s...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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New South Wales. Sydney, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

New South Wales. Sydney, September 5. Largo sums are beiug subscribed in aid of the dock labourers s tr i ka in London. Lord Carri ngtou, who started over- land to Melbourne, was obliged to return owing to the flooded state of I that colony. Mrs. Davis, of Yass, tho first j white woman to cross the Dividing I Ranges, died on Friday aged 113. She leaves 600 descendants. Thc Marine Board has suspended Captain Lessing, of tho steamer Cen- tennial, for twelve months. The Government has sont a cargo of rice for the relief of the distressed Samoans; and further supplies are promised. Joseph Kemp, Peter's (the ex ohampton's) brother, pulled against Stevenson, of New Zonland, on tho Parramatta, on Saturday, for £100 a sido. Tho latter won by four lengths, in 20m. 24$s.

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Pegging Away. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Begging Away. Well, Johnson, so you're up for ah exam : You mean to poer, you know you'll have to : work; ? You can't depend upon a fortnight's cram, : You won't get through if you are going to shirk. ' ' ' .. Ar?i Brown, there, means to be à dab at fives: lie doesn't thick that luck will make him - . play; ? , / -. - - \ So ¿pite of ail temptations, he contrives. To get a ball-hour's practrco every dey. ^ Thus it would seem , that, though a boy .is clever, If he won't work he must remain a dunce; To win a game must cost you some' cn ' deàvour, You can't become a player all at occe. And do you think it is an easier matter To live uprightly than.toplay ct fives? That corn will grow although no seed you Ecatler, And noble eoiiona spring from careless lives? Oh nol It needs a steady long persistence To cocqaer all your tendencies to wrong ; Evil survives occasional resistance, To do the right needs practica all day -. long. ' ' -ríVh BLAKE.

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Victoria. Melbourne, Sept. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Victoria. Melbourne, Sept. 5. Tho strike among tho English dock labourers io exciting general sympathy and support. Tremendous floods occurred in this colony the latter end of last week, causing immense destruction. Hauy miles of country were sub- merged, the railway line near Benalla beiug swept away. A num- ber of people aro reported to have been drowned, aud many crops are utterly demolished. The sudden deluge was caused by the melting of tho winter snows. George Coppin has boen returned unopposed to che Victorian Council. £4000 is being expended iu the restoration of Government House, to fit it for the reception of Lord Hope- toun.

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Queensland. Brisbane, Sept. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, Sept. 5. The Queensland Parliament has voted the sum of £100 in support of the Loudon dockyard strikers ; pub- lic subscriptions aro alse being inau- gurated in support of the men. Mount Morgan pays £100,000 in dividouds for the month of August. The Government has accepted a tender for construction of a railway from Barcaldine to Thompson River, for £128,000.

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Answers to Correspondents, ENQUIRER (Lady Alice Creek)-The placed horses were : Australian Peer 1 ; Mentor 2 ; Tradition 3. CUP (Burrundie)-There is no rule to prevent the Stewards of a Club betting I on horses engaged at their meeting ; neither are they debarred from running a horse.

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A Trying Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

A Trying Experience. " What was the worst experience yon ever underwent, colonel?" "The worst? Well, it occurred some years ago, when I wau a young man. I was a. sailor then, and the vessel on which I was working was wrecked. A barrel half full ol whisky was floating about and I clung to it for a day end a night." " That was horrible." "Horrible? No name for it. I couldn't keep the darned barrel in one position long I enough to open it."

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