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TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) ENGLAND. LONDON, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

TELEG E*A M S (From our own Correspondent.) ENGLAND. London, February 4. The reported death of Dr. Livingstone has been confirmed. The summing up in the Tichborne case has commenced. The Conservatives have gained a majority in the elections at present. GERMANY. Behlin, February 4. Prince Bismarck has warned France and Belgium to repress the Ultramon- tane press and clergy. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, February 5. The Tarama sails on Saturday. Hie mail steamer, outward bound, has arrived at Glenelg. The Rpf/ixter denounces Lieutenant Commander Jennings, chief of the Good Templars, as an impudent impostor in calling himself a retired naval officer. The Government have removed the contumacious members of the Education Board, and appointed a new Board.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

SALE OF PASTORAL LEASES, UNDER ACT No. 28, 1874. Land Office, Palmerston, January 15th, 1871. NOTICE is hereby given that the following Leases of Waste Lands of the Crown, of which plans may be seen at the Land Office, Palmerston, will be offered for Sale by Public Auction, at the Land Office, Palmerston, on Thursday, 19th February, 1874, at Eleven a.m. The amount bid to be paid at the tall of the hammer, together with a fee of 10s. Oil. for a Lease. G. B. SCOTT, Government Resident. Ko. of Lot. Area in square miles. Term of Years. Upset Price per square mile per Annum. Original Number. 10 300 25 83 Î3 300 25 84 32 300 ni! 85 33 300 25 86 14 300 25 87 lo 300 25 88 10 300 25 89 17 286 25 90 l8 300 25 91 19 226 25 92 90 300 25 93 21 300 25 94 22 300 25 95 23 155 25 96 24 270 25 97 25 300 25 98 26 300 25 '99 27 300 25 . 100 28 300 25 g 101 ' 29 300 25 102 30 300 25 o 103 31 300 25 u 104 32 3oo 25 .T3 105 33 300 25 .s 106 34 235 25 I 107 35 180 25 108 36 300 25 109 37 300 25 &lt...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

REYNOLDS, DURAND, & CO., IMPORTERS, GENERAL MERCHANTS, CUSTOMS, SHIPPING, AND GENERAL AGENTS, POBÎ DARWIN, SOUTHPOET, AIÎD THE SHACKLES. Agents for Messrs. McMeikan, Blackwood, and Co.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

STEAM from Port Darwin to New- castle, Melbourne, and Adelaide. THE Fast-sailing and Regular Trader Screw Steamer TARARUA, will sail for the above ports on or about the 1st March, 1874. Intending passengers are requested to make early application and pay deposit. Fares to Newcastle and Melbourne Saloon .£21 Steerage .13 Fares to Adelaide Saloon .£27 Steerage ....16 10s. For freight or passage, apply to REYNOLDS, DURAND, & CO., Palmerston, Southport, and Yam Creek. STEAM BETWEEN PORT DAR _ WIN AND SOUTHPORT. The Paddle Steamer ANNIE, Irving, master, hourly expected here, will on armai trade between the above ports, carrying Passengers and Cargo. SINCLAIR & REYNOLDS, Agents, Palmerston ; MILLER & RICKARDS, Agents, Southport ; J. M. SINCLAIR, Agent, Port Adelaide. W. DIXON, Agent, Adelaide. jjâSkv FT! HE first-class schooner 3fg$^> _L ANALGISTA will shortly sail between Port Darwin and Southport, taking the place of the Pioneer steamer during the absence of t...

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Sanitory Reform. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Sanitary Reform. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-AIlcw me through your vallis able columns to call the attention of this proper authorities to the Very ¿eric us nuisance rcw existing, viz., Mr. Ca)H=. well's piggery. That gentleman is rot only bitcdir'g pigs, but I may ssívly say " lever." At present Palmersu "n is pretty healiny; rut tvhat inay wc ex- pect when the sickly seascn jets in- rot merely lever like last year, but most likely cholera or icmething vorse. Then ihe cry will be, " Oh ! the pigs.'* Are we to quietly wait until M^mé awful . varnirg av» akens us, or have the nuisance immediately removed r If the police have not power to act> surely the medical officer should do so on sanitary grounds. I aim, Sir, &c. PURE AIR.

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Disputed Claims. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Disputed Claims. TO THE EDITOK. Sir-Are our rulers going insane, of is the Northern Territory in so flourish- ing a state that they can aflord to drive the bona fide miner away, and stultify all private enterprise ? The action of the Commissioner of Crown Lands in shut- ting the doors of justice by the suspen- sion of the Warden's Court, places a deadlock upon all mining, renders titles of every description totally unprotected, and at the mercy of the lawless if tht'y have strength to carry out their designs. In fact, we are reduced to tbe law of might, and the weak go to the wrl!. The consequence will be that the or- derly and law-abiding, in the absence of redress, will leave, and the Territory wiil be immensely retarded in its de- velopment. The system of certain Companies* representatives in the holding of large areas of auriferous country, simply by miner's rights, and mostly those of ab- sentees, is felt as a sore grievance by, the individual miner. A dozen or^lSo men peg out ...

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The Morning Star. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

"ie Morning Star. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Soine three months or nearly so have elapsed since the allotment call on the Morning Star Gold Company was paid, and the Company declared floated, and during that period what has been done ; or how far has the work ad- vanced ? From observation and enquiry I find that substantial quarters for the Manager have been erected. Provisions for him- self have been fbnvarded to the seat of operations or his locale, and a little timber for the purpose of timbering a shaft at some remote-or apparently remote-period, has been cut. This, I believe, constitutes the whole of the work done. The paltry number of hands that were employed have been discharged, for which I give the Manager credit, because it manifests a disposition to husband the resources of the Company to the best of his ability, and under ex- isting circumstances their wages would have been a total loss during the wet season. The great question at issue that re- quires answering to the sharehold...

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A Fragment found amongst My Gun Wadding. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

A Fragment found amongst My Gun Wadding. TO TUB ISMTOIt. And it came to pass in those days that there journeyed from Ophir toward the land of the Sun, a man much given given to wise saws, and well stored in his cranium with the love of the ancient philosophers. And when he had rested tor a time in the land of his adoption, and had wiped the sweat from his lofty brow, he looked out at the multitude and gave attention to its sayings and general deportment. He said unto himself, " verily will I sojourn awhile with this people, for they are very ignorant, and require some cnlightmcnt at my hands." .And he sal at his altar, and unlocked his tablets, and took notes, and drew conclusions, and formed plans; and very numerous were his pen and ink sketches of the more noted amongst the inhabitants ; and upon enquiry he came to avast amount of self-knowledge of the troy weight of some of the great traders, and the middling traders, and the little traders, and the artisans, and workmen of the n...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Late Advertisements. Notice. IN consequence of so many people attending Mr Barclay's Store to witness the practice of the N. T. Royal Troupe of Gymnasts, it is hereby notified that the proceedings arc Strictly PRIVATE, and no admittance will be given ta any but those immediately concerned. GEORGE S. PERRIN, General Manager. Why does a coat get larger when taken out of a carpet-bag 1-Because when you take it out you find it in crease*.

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Cartwright's Party. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Cartwrights Party. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I see by a telegram in one of your recent issues that Mr. E. Cart- wright had arrived at Yam Creek, via overland from Adelaide. This being incorrect, and as friends of both his and mine may be misled by your paragraph as above, perhaps you will kindly allow me to put you right on the subject. Mr. Cartwright and myself left Ade- laide on 13th May last, as Cartwright and Wiles. We arrived at the Katherine early in December, where we had a separation,! coming on with my vehicles, leaving Mr. Cartwright still at the Katherine, where I believe he intends to winter. I may add that I arrived at the Shackle on December 31, and Yam Creek on 1 st January, and was much surprised^ at seeing such a collapse in the mining in- terests; but that's Adelaide all over. Unless they can shovel it out at once, almost in shape of sovereigns, they say it don't pay. I have seen a good many successful workings of gold in Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland, all of ...

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Sports at Yam Creek. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Sports at Tain Creek. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I was very much surprised on reading your correspondent's report of the Yam Creek sports, inasmuch as he has omitted the handicaps (a very im- portant consideration in these matters), and casîs a very unfair reflection on me. Now, Sir, I will deal with these charges in rotation. In the first place, then, the handicaps-In the first event, the too yards flat race, Higgins was placed at scratch, and the others allowed from five and seven and half yards, and of course he -was beaten. In the running high jump I had to give my opponents two inches handi- cap; in the 150 yards from five to fifteen yards in a circular course; in the 200 yards hurdle race io yards ; in the quarter of a mile, Mitchell had 20, and Williams 40 yards ; in the mile race the others had up to 40 yards from me ; and in the 200 yards race, which was run almost immediately after the mile, I gave Mitchell 15, Stone i$, Newton 15, and Thomas 20 yards start. Now, Sir, the reason I...

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Jumping Claims. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Jumping Claims. TO TUE EDITOTt. Sir-There is considerable excite- ment among the mining portion of the community on Union Reef and elsewhere, regarding the issue of some jumping cases that have come before the Warden. The history of the case is this - A well-known surveyor (the holder of a prospecting claim) and his brother, and a party with them, having got the first intelligence from the prospectors of Union Reef proceeded thither. They there went to work and pegged nine quartz claims and three alluvial claims, and on their return to the Shackle registered them all (with the exception of one that was rcuistcroti in Brock's name) in names, of people in Port Darwin, and others who had left tile country. Since then these claims were taken possession of by others on the plea, that the persons whose names they were registered in had not taken rossession of them. The Warden had believe decided in their favor, when he received a telegram to stop the pro- ceedings. There is great disconte...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several letters in type arc unavoidably held over.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Nervousness, Debility, Loss of Power, Sperma-' torrhoa, Indiscretions of Early Youth Syphilitic Diseases. In a1! the above cases, " arising from error» and the yielding to the passions." no time should be lost to at once arrest the progress of disease. DR. L. L. SMITH HAS devoted himself for twenty years in the colony to the practice of this branch of his profession, while previously, in England, he was the pupil of and practised with the cele- brated Dr. È. T. Culverwell, the only medical practitioner who ever exclusively adopted the as the sole branch of his profession. Dr. L. L. Smith hereby informs the publie that " he is the only legally-qualified medical man in this speciality of his profession ;" thai all others advertising are unqualified, and that, therefore, in pretending to be qualified aore obtaining money under false pretences. Dr. L. L. Smith also warns the public against the quackeries advertised. If the taker of any of these advertised nostrums escape with his life, ...

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Postal Regulations. Post Office, Palmerston. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Postal Regulations. Post Office, Palmerston. Office hours, 9 a.Ki. till 8 pan. ; Saturday till (J p.m. Kates of postage-Letters 2d. per .V oz. Parcels-for the first 4 oz., 2d., for every additional oz., Id. Newspapers published within the limits of the post town, and posted within 7 days after publication, free ; other- wise, Id. each. Example-A newspaper published at Port Darwin and posted for Adelaide would bo free, but if posted at Southport or Yam Creek would have to pay Id. Private Bags-Persons living near mail routes requiring the accomodation of a pri- vate bag can obtain the same on payment in advance of two guineas per annum, and on providing suitable leather bags. Ship Mails-For Adelaide (either direct or via Timor, Java, or Ceylon), same as in- land rates. For Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, New Zealand, and Western Australia Letters not exceeding \oz. ... 3d. Parcels not exceeding 1 oz. ... Id. " 2 ... 2d. | " 4 ... 4d. And 4d. for every additional £lb. ...

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Northern Territory Times. PALMERSTON: FRIDAY, FEB. 6, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Northern Territory Times —       PALMERSTON : FRIDAY, FEB. 6, 1874. The large staff of officials now here in proportion to the population, and the in- crease to the staff likely to arrive by the Tararua, have been the subject of some remark at recent public meetings. And this is not to be wondered at ; for when trade gets dull, when people have very little to do, and when the future is un- certain, there are sure to be loud com- plaints about any kind of unnecessary expenditure in Government offices. But it must be remembered that a great deal of the expense incurred by the Government in this direction has been caused by ex- actly the same mistake which has induced many private individuals to enter into speculations which they are now sorry for. It was the reported richness of the reefs, the ??? of a large popula- [??] tion consequent on the much talked of crushings, which led to the appointment of more troopers, more clerks, and other officers...

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The Tariff of South Australia. [Act No. 10 of 1870.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

The Tariff of South Australia. [Act No. lOoflS/O.] s. d. 0 3 1 G 1 6 0 3 0 Í) 0 9 1 G 2 9 0 3 2 0 0 9 0 3 5 0 0 3 0 9 1 6 0 6 0 G 1 0 Aie, porter, spruce, or other »cor, ewer, and perry (in wood), per gallon. 9d ; or for six reputed quart bottles, or twelve reputed pint bottles, 9d. Bacon, carraway seeds, cheese, chocolate, cinnamon, cloves, cocoa (manufactured), coffee (raw), hams, hops, macearoni, nut- megs, pepper, pimento, spices, (mixed, and other kinds not otherwise enumerated), vermicelli, confectionery, jams, preserves, syrups, per ib., 2d Arrowroot, candles, dried fruits, almonds, dates, currants, nuts (except cocoamvts), and all dried fruits (not otherwise enumerated), maizena or corn flour, oatmeal, sago, per lb., Id. Chicory, coffee (roast or ground) per lb., 4d. -- Oils-Castor oil in bulk, Chinese, cokfty kerosine, linseed, parafine, all other 'except medicinal and perfumed) not otherwise ?enumerated, per gallon, 3d. Limejuice, per gallon. Bice,'per löOlbs. M'ait, per l...

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Mining. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

Mining. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-The study ot Cieology in relation ' to mining has long since given very satisfactory proof that the laws of nature as applied to the formation of metalliferous lodes are the same, whether the metal produced be tin, copper, lead, silver, or gold-or, in fact, any metal save iron. The law of affinity has given these lodes or reefs their bulk, or quantity and solidity. Magnetism their lineal courses. Met- alliferous lodes are sometimes found in the primary or granaitical formation of the earth's crust, but not often. Their natural home is to be found in the sedimentary deposits-which rest on, or cover the shoulders-and oblique sides of granite bases; and the richest lodes are found as a rule within from 3 to io miles of the out-crop of the granite, or where the extreme edge of the sedimentary meets and rests on it. This matter is so well understood in mining districts of the old country, that when a prospector goes in search of a new lode he first searches for...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

W. F. CLAKKE, IMPORTER, CUSTOMS, SHIPPING, AND GENERAL AGENT. GOODS Lightered from Ships at lowest rates, and Stored or forwarded to any part of the Northern Territory. LAND to Let or for Sale, Palmerston and Southport. All consignments carefully attended to. AGENTS Adelaide-Whyte, Counselx. & Co. Port Adelaide-Rawlings & Cave. DUNN & CO., PORT ADELAIDE, are ready to execute Orders for FLOUR, special ly prepared for the Northern Territory. Send orders as above. S G. W. COTTON, AGENT, ADELAIDE, ECRETARY for following COMPANIES Pioneer, Eleanor, Thames, Sandy Creek Howley Creek, Agguagnilla, Empire Eureka, Pine Creek, Golden Point Great Amalgamated. Referees in Northern Territory-Messrs. Abbott and Jones, Palmerston. O RDÈT.-YPUR PERIODICALS -FROM J. HOWELL & SON, ADELAIDE. FOR PORT DARWIN.-Passengers aiuL Prospecting Parties to the NORTHERN; GOLDFIELDS, whether proceeding by Sen or¿ OVERLAND, can have ninny of their wants f' supplied by the "Undersigne...

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Before Dr. Ellison, S.M., Hon. T. Reynolds, R. Gardiner, and J. M. Connor.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 6 February 1874

LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. Wednesday, February 4. , [Before Dr. Ellison, S.M., Hon. T. Rey- nolds, R. Gardiner, and J. M. Connor.] Before the business of the Court was commenced, Mr. Smith stated that ffs a . professional man lie considered it his duty to bring- before the Bench a circum- stance which he thought was big-lily cal- culated to impair the dignity of that a Court. I Te bad stated before that be avouM again refer to the matter, and lie 1 bought this Avas the proper time to do so. Dr. Ellison said that if Mr. Smith's observations bad reference to a telegram and to remarks made at a public meeting-, be declined to bear any statement Avhat eArer. Mr. P ' }. would produce his nv.tha rity, and wished to know if Mr. Charles Herring bad not made a statement to Dr. Ellison on the subject. Dr. Ellison bad seen Mr. Herring*, but lie Avould say in Court that be bad not made any statement to bim in reference to a telegram. Mr. Keynolds said something* sot to voce about insul...

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