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Special Telegram. THE GREAT BOATRACE. Adelaide, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

THE [GrSEÄT BOATBACE, Adoiaido, September 10. Tlio boatrace on Monday between i Harry Searle, of Xcw South Wales, and W. O'Connor, of Canada, for JE5UÛ aside and thc Championship of thc World, was won by Searle easily by ten lengths. The weather was fine, and fully lOn/H'O persons were present. At the start the betting was oven. The match was rowed rm the Thames and the four miles course was covered by Searle in 22m. 2 lsec.

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THE GLOBE TROTTER. Indian Ghost Charms. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

THE GLOBE TROTTER. Indian Ghost Charms. Tho dread of ghosts is common to all tho aboriginal races of India, from whom it bas been very generally adopted by their Aryan conquerors, and even by the lower classes of Mohammedans. All ghosts are believed to be misohievouo, and some of them bitterly malicious, and the only way to oppose their rancor is to build shrines for them, ond to make them offer- ings of a fowl, a pig, or, on grand occasions, of a buffalo. Any severe illness, and more especially any epidemic disease, such BS small-pox or cholera, is attributed to tho malignancy cf these spirits, who mast be propitiated accordingly. The man-tiger is, parhapg, the most dreaded of all theeo demon ghosts ; for when a tiger has killed a man, the tiger is supposed to be safe from barm, as the spirit of the man rides upon his head, and keeps him clear of danger. Accordingly, it is believed that the only eure mode of destroying a tiger who bas killed many people it to bfgin by making offeri...

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Very Sad. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Very Sad. " Wo have been very happy, Minerva, in -«ur brief courtship," remarked the devoted lover, " You say well, Stacy Josephus. We have been happy, we ara happy. I hope we shall continue to be happy as tho years onward roll. ' " We shall, indeed. Who loves you with leve'p moat Eerene devotion?'1 ** Ob. .Stacy Josephus 1 you do. I feel thus you do." "And who do you love with ional ervori" " Unhand me, eir 1 Let me go, I say ! You ontroKO tveiy feeling of my cultured nature." "Why, Minerva-" " Tncre ! Never ruind ! Unhand mc at oner." "Hut 1 do not understand." "You do rot? Oh, oh ! it is worae and worse ! I never dreamed that this fate would bs mine." "U lt what ia the reatta ? What baa wrought thia thnnge in ycur feelings? ' "What? How can you ask? Did you you say, ' Who do you love?' Do you think that my ii'e would go down to eternity with- out friction side by side with a 1 u;baml who used ' who' for ' whom ?' " " But, Minerve-" " It is very sad and heart reuding, eir ; but he...

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New South Wales. Sydney, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

New South Wales. Sydney, September 12. Thc liquidation of tho affairs of the Port Darwin Tin Mining Coy. has been fiually decided upon. Thc captain of tho steamer Cen- tennial has been committed to take his trial for manslaughter.

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English & Foreign. London, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

English & Foreign. Loudou, Soptember 12. There was splendid weather for thc great boat race on Monday, and there was au enormous attendance ol spectators at the different points di* vantage along tho course. Thc event excited tho liveliest interest, and there was hea vy wagering. Roth j men came to the starting point in the best of ftirm to all appearances. Thorn was little difference in point of weight, Searle scaling list 1 'Jib, whilst his opponent was a pouud lighter. The former won the toss and decided to ta ko the Surrey side of thc river. O'Connor obtained a slight advantage in thc start, and I maintained the lead for a short j distance, when he missed cn tching ! the water with one of his scull* mid ! Searle, who was working splendidly, \ overhauled him. The first mile was covered in -lm. ?>?>*., both men put ! ting forth all their strength with I thc object of obtaining the lead, the pace being terrifie. O'Cunnur con- tinued his efforts u> pass his oppi>...

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New Zealand. Auckland, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

New Zealand. ¡ Auckkiul, September II. ! ! Severe storms have occurred hore, ; doing great damage to property. It is feared there have beeu many > shipping casualties along the coast.

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McArthur River Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Mc Ar tlmu Uiver Notes. We arc indebted to the courtesy of tho Government Resident for the fol- lowing particulars, embodied in the report of Mr. W. G. Stretton, Resident Magistrate, nuder date August 15, re- specting the pastoral and mining interests in tho McArthur River district : Since my last report I have visited tho Valley of Springs and Bauhinia j Downs stations. Tho former is situated j in a most beautiful and picturesque j gorge with a plentiful supply of good j water ; there aro several ranges of hills, ' which form excellent boundaries for j large paddocks ; the vnlleys between j these ranges are splendidly grassed and j well watered, extending in some in- j stances between seventy and eighty ¡ railes-one in particular, that on which . the station is situated, running from thc Parsons to the coast, a distance of about ninety miles. Bauhinia Downs station is situated about twenty-fivo miles to ! the southward of the Valley of Springs station ; the country is well-grassed ...

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LITTLE FOLK. Facing a Giant. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

LITTLE FOLK. Facing il iiUmî. " Frau Submit, will you bc BO kind aa to j vnUti tuoih'.'t for a miaute.' I'm SomS to trv if I can lind father." Christian Rain's mother waa very ill of a complaint culled hunger, of which many X>r< p'.o died in those cruel old times, nearly our hundred years ag .'. His father had been away sincu daybreak, in the hope of Retting fond for her ; and now it was evening, and ho hail not returned. So when Frau Suhmidt came in Christian Klein went out. Very picturesque looked the old town of ltiesenbnrg (Guut'a Tower) in the red light of fuspct. Ita gray old church towera, etcep, nar ro.v stwetp, queer little loophole-shaped win- dows, and tall wooden house fronts, striped with whito and blsck-all looked fairy-like in j tho crimson glow. High ovr oil rose the j tbodowy pines that covered tha rocky hill,on i tho brow of whioh stood out ¿ark and Btern i he battlement* of tho Grand Duke Ludwig's j castle. The town people were in no mood to enjoy th...

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Victoria. Melbourne, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Victoria. Melbourne, September 12. j Nearly thirteen thousand pound has been cabled from this colony in aid of tho Loudon docks employees, and subscriptions aro still coming in ' freely. I Lorimer, Minister for Defence, is j dead.

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. The Great Boat Race. Searle declared a phenomenon Enormous attendance spectators. Searle challenged by Gaudaur The Dock Strike. Terrible Explosion cartridge factory, Antwerp.—Many people killed and injured— Famous cathedral damaged. Explosion Scotch coal mine —70 miners suffocated. Another Whitechapel murder South Australia. Adelaide, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Telegraphic Hews. FitOM OCR O'VX (-OURSPOXriKXT. The Great Boat Race. j _ i Searle declared aphenomenon Enormous attendance spec- tators. Searle challenged by Gaudaur The Dock Strike. Terrible Explosion cartridge factory, Antwerp. - Many people killed and injured Famous cathedral damaged. Explosion Scotch coal mine -70 miners suffocated. Another Whitechapel murder South Australia. Adelaide, Septem bei* 12. Tho Mayor has cabled a third remittance to tho London docks strikers, making a total of £1,850 from tho city and vicinity. Large amounts are also being forwarded from other parts of this colony. All tho other colonies contiuuc to send assistance. The Government has appointed a Royal Commission to inquire into mining matters throughout the colony. In reply to Moule yesterday tho Treasurer stated that the Govern- ment proposed to stop the collection of duties on goods crossing tho 26th parallel of latitude, making equitable concession to Territory revenue, but would not refund dutie...

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Keeping His Children Honest, [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

j Keeping Mis Children Honest, \ seedy looking individual callad ni a j lieu x one day and thus addressed the mia- j treas : { "Madam, I don't ask very much. 1 only j ask e. pittanoe. I am not hungry, and il you j wsro to give me employment at your wood- j pde, it would only delay mo from a scheme j Ï have outlined whereby I can make au | honest living for myself and little onea. I j pimply ask for five shillings to help along my | enterprise." . " And have you a family in destitute cir- ] ' cumstancss ?" inquired tho lady, with sym- j pot-by in heríaos. j " I hove," waa tho reply. " I have eight | children, andi am trying to bring them up ¡ j to lead hones'. Uvea. 1 cannot bear to think j i that one of them should ever be driven to do I i anything that waa not honest." j ! " Will this help you ?" Biked the lady, j with tears in her voiee, at tho same time handing him five ahiil¡Dg¿. I " Is will, indeed," waa tho roply. " It will j help me to-CHrry .out my enterprise during the«3 wa...

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Shutting Her Up. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

S2mlüj>£ Mer Vp. " And clo you really love me, Ked, just r.a much now aa v.hen wo were first married ?" asked tho fond wife of her busy husband, ttudtrly putting ber arma around his neck. . Yep, Mary, I do," was bis soul-satisfying reply. " Now,bang you, keep still." . Smithers will not allow his eldest j dfitiL'btir, who has reached tho mature cge ! of sixteen, to have a young man. Ho eaya i ihat his wife can do all the billing and the I baby all thc ccoing that the house oan stand j at present. ! Tom (fondly) : " In tho spring the young ! mr.n'a fancy lightly turns-" {. Ethel : .' Ob, Tom, if you will quote, do let j ii be something original." j He : " Tell mc, do you prefer men of great I reputation, or do you rather like the com > munplaecfellows?" I She : '? To ppeak frankly, I like tho com I monplaco men host, particularly at a party j like thia ; but yon must not think I aaid EO ¡just for the sake of saying something compli- mentary to yob ! ' The "Maiden's Prayer" uBua...

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Love In Masquerade. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Love In Masquerade. Bob Ilussell turned over wita a yawn and threw down tho paper whose sporting columns be bad been studying. He was on the creen cambric-covered lounge in his Aunt Sarah Briscomb's cool, dim sitting-room. Ile found it very err. 1 fortable after a morning of rowing and. j .sinynlino-. Kacb afternoon of thc- u?» davi- ne bad sojourned in Westfield h.ni1 found him there, reading or sleeping. Ho hud concluded that Westfield was a first-rate place for a summer vacation when ¡ a fellow was tired out with a long siege j of city newspaper work. Aunt Sarah wad in the porch, her placid face just beginning to cool from the heat of dinner-getting, and her spectacled eyes slowly closing. Bob, looking out at her, was falling into a like drowsiness, when a phaeton pulled up briskly at thc gate, and a young person stepped out of it, who, once seen, dis- pelled the last vestige of Bob's sleepi- ness. He sat up promptly, straining bis eyes for a belter view. " Well?" Aunt Sarah call...

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CHAPTER III. AFTER THE STRANGE MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

CHAPTER III. AFTF.lt THE SÏK.VXOE MARHIAGE. For a moment that seemed to each like an eternity, Lord Treslnnan and the Lady Kathleen regarded each other through the deep gloom of tho lonely Scottish church in an appalled and awful silence. The priest crept «own from his desk and stood in tho background of the group, pale with sudden alarm. His sister and her ladyship's maid drew also silently nearer. -**" Bufc tho figure of the strange and sinister intruder who had usurped Lord Tresham's place at thc altar and tricked him of his bride, did not change iu his attitude of triumph. The pale, faint gleams of moon- light that stole in through the dim and dusty windows showed through thc thick shadows the evilly exultant smile that curved his lips, overspread his face, and gleamed mockingly from his cyc3. Lord Tresham ¡is yet paid no heed to this man. Ho had eyes only for the bride who had been stolen from him-for tho white and trembling Kathleen, whose anguished, incredulous face was turne...

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Novelist. The Rival Claimants. CHAPTER II. THE LADY KATHLEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

moveltet. The Rival Claimants. By ¡HRS. HARRIET LEWIS. Author of " Thc Sundered Hearts ," " 77« Bailiffs Scheme:' The Doable Life," Etc., Etc. ».rn CHAPTER II. TUE LADY KATHLEEN*. Tlie lato Earl of Kildare, tho father of the Lady Nora, had inherited thc title niid estates of Kildare somewhat late in ^'«-'ffl,^--»--»"'-^»^ enjoy his honors ; ? ' - and possessions only three or four yearn." -'- ' At tue dato at which .vo have introduced i Aa i,*lt.grA:¿t-*t^"V{-«c.ruV.'a «to -liad beoU d'-ad a little more than a year. ' He had been married twice, His first wife, a lovely Irish lady, tho mother of Nora, had died in her daughter's child- hood. Ho had married again, a year after coming into his title, his second wife hoing the widow of an Irish peer, with a daughter some eight years tho senior of of 1Ù3 own. This second wife had died two years after her union with him. Thc daughter of thc second Countess of Kildare was tho Lady Kathleen Connor, who while the strange interview between the...

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

The escort on -Wednesday brought 365oz gold from tlie reefs. A representative of thc "Boar's Head " ale bottling firm is in town. The agents have informed us that the s.s. Franklin left Fremantle on Sunday last. It is reported from Maude Creek that some very good stone is being raised on the Planetary claim. We understand that Mrs. Parsons will be leaving for Adelaide by thc s.s. Airlie which is due here on Monday. A barque named the " G. M. Tucker " arrived in Port early in the week from Newcastle with coal and explosives for Messrs. Millar Brothers. Mr. J. W. Johnston is at last remov- ing from Southport, and his destination is Pine Creek, where he will have charge of the Post and Telegraph Office. Forty-one Chinese (otherwise 41 chips of our country's back-bone) left for the Flowery Land per the s.s. Tsinan. There being no answer from Joker's friends to the challenge issued by Mr. C. Hai mes, that gentleman has reluct- antly turned Our Boy out. At the quarterly meeting of thc Lic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

ÍTIÍE:^ME( OK:^Í.ÍMOS Î ¿ .co. IS. ON ¡EVERY. GENUINE BOTTLE qnrrOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is a r geat ¡ fl relief pf Rheumatism, infinitely supe'r.ií;r to "brandy or whisky. '.'('.. ' ' ." .'_" . Invigorate the system with "Wolfe's Sciiàpps.'tjio purest stimulant in the world. Wolfe ts Schnapps strengthens and braces lip'Hie system against 'disease. Be sure you obluli'i \Tolfc's^ ' Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception to thé spirits of the day. Always ask for ^Volfii's:'' - " - Rolfe's Schnapps is thc most celebrated Ionic añiVstjínúl^nt of this ox'iuiy '^'ge..' 'Be çer't^în* tliât you obtain'Wolfe's! ' "'"' ' if here is nothing known better, calculated j to invigorate the constitution tliaii'Wolfè's Schnapps''' "" ' ' ' '"' Wolfe's Schnapps \s thc purest a.n.d best stimulant, topic, diuretic at present'before tho world'. ?'?'?'?'''" " -' '" " ' Invigorate thc system with Wolfe's j Schnapps if you would avoid bilious attachs.- " . ... The most suitable invigorant, stimulant, and protective'...

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Miscelllaucous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

^íijíi t; cH:i H e o ii ÎÎ ^.lippiii.qs. j Tho <J'!('C'!is]:ini| 1 »eparlment ol' Agri- culture is distributing shipments ot New Cuim-a cocoanut s among the coast farmers of that colony. Prospectus of tho Imperial Dritish lüast African Company issued, with a proposed capital of twenty millions sterling. Great anxiety < \i\ts at Z-tuzibar in consequence of rumours thai a general rising of tho .Mahominedan inundation is fixed to take place at the commence- ment of next year with the olijuet oí driving tin; European inhabitants of the island into the sea. N'ev.s from America relates that a barris!cr named Terry, ot California, in tht! course of a dispute with Chief Justice Field struck him with his list ; the J inigo's deputy, named Marshall, who was standing by. immediately presented a revolver and shot Terry dead. At Waterloo, Victoria, a rich golden nugget was recently dropped across by a miner named Hunter in a rather peculiar way. He picked up a stone to thro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Government Qazctte. GOLD ajïNTNG LEASES. Crown LDIIÍIS Office, Palmerston, Gth Angust. 1880. THE following list of Rents on Gold Mining Leases, which fall due at this office on 1ST OCTOBER, 1889, is pub lishcil for the information of those pon ccrncd. J. LANGDON PARSONS. Government Resident. No. oí lease. 70 05 11(1 118 119 121 122 150 *Í51 153 151 1*5 206 207 208 210 211 222 223 225 220 230 231 232 233 231 235 236 237 238 230 aw 241 2-12 213 241 2-10 248 249 250 251 252 253 254' 255 256 257 258 259 2C0 261 262 263 264 265 266 272 Name of Jessee. Ping Que J. L. Noltenius W.K. Griffiths J. L. Noltenius aud J Johnston |G. L. Barrett & others 0. Jensen do A. Johns M. Kirwan and W. H Summers M. Kirwan and others do [John Thomas IT. A. Barucs& J. Thomas J. H. Fawcett. A. Baxter & A. E. Jolly " do E. Elphick do Walter Griffiths do Seymour, T. Barnes,) and J. Thomas P. C. McDonald aud A. ¡V. Gallagher B. Murphy C. W. Hughes A. G. D. Beresford |T. Gash and others do ...

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PART III. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

I - j J PART III. J BaBÎne83very frequently took mo to our principal metropolitan convict prison, and as j the chaplain had been first guided through I the slums of London by me, he was allays j glad to give ms welcome. ill i3 residence was a fine building nesr the chapel and in tho spring and tba sum- mer bis gardens were the most beautiful to i be se;n in the neighborhood ; for ii was a labour of love to a greet many convicts to J look after his flowers when tho disciplino of 5 the prison permitted them, i 1 Feidom called at the house. At thc junction of the great corridors he had a suite 1 of rooms-sn the centre ol the cells-foan Iing a bedroom, library, and sitting-rooms. His attendants hero were generally tho most j desperate and violent characters to be found j in thc establishment. Reprieved murderers j generally wera bia favourites, because it was bis joy to conquer such person by kindness, j I called on one occasion, and found a: I grey-haired old reprobate who hod killed h...

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