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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 December 1883
T. O'Connor, iE HATED WATE ll A>:D CORDIAL MAN (i FACT UR KU, PALMERSTON. IMFOETANT TO FARMERS. n\" ROYAL ArroiSTMEXT. To Her Majesty, by Special Warrant, dated 27th December, To thc Prince of ¡"Wales, by Special War rant dated 10th February, 1SS3. DAY, SON & HEWITT, Inventors and Projectors of the Original STÖG K-r, R EE DEUS' MEDICINE CHESTS. KOK ALL DtSOUDEI.'S IX HOUSES, CATTLE, CALVES, SHEEP, and LAM HS. Tlicse Chests contain tho Celebrated CHEMICAL EXTlîACT." for Wounds, Swollen Udders, and Ewes Lambing. '.GASEOUS FLUID," for Colic Scour and Debility. J'RED DRENCHES," for Cleansing the "Blood, ole. | I "KED PASTE BALLS." j for Conditioning Horses. "BiíONcnoL-rNE," for Husk, Hoosc, or Cough. "GASEORYNE," l'or Heaving and Paining. j Prices, in London, with '" Key to j Farriery," j -C2 l&lt;is. (id. aiid ili> (5s. j - ! Used for over 10 years by the S("i k- j breeders of Great Britain and ireland j DAY, SON, ¿ HEWITT, j 22 Dorset-street, Baker-street, j Lond...
SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 December 1883
SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Dee. 9-The Cable steamer Agnes, Captain Madge, from. Baagbewaagie. Adcock Bros., agents. Dee. IO-The China Navigation Co's, s.s Hoi-how, Captain: Tarden, from Hongkong, 1 Chímese and 12 tons general cargo. Adcock Bros., agents. SAILED Dec ll-The China Navigation- Cd's. s.s. Hoi-how, Captain Yardea*, for southern , Sits. Passengers-Second cabin ; essrs. C. E. Robert, Jno. Perry, Jas, Griffin, J. Fairley, and 1 Chinese. Cargo - 10 bags bark, I case machinery, 6 casks empty bottles.-Adcock Bros., agents. Dee. ll-The cable steamer Agnes,. Captain Madge, for Banjoewangie. Adcock Bros., agents. MOVEMENTS. The s.s. Suez left Singapore on the 12th , The s.s. Naples left Cooktown at 10 a.m.. Monday. The s.s. Whampoa left Cooktown» daylight on Thursday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 December 1883
nVLjxes of great maa all remind ns» .> i.!;We. can make our lives Sublime-;. . And depa-'ing leave bjhind us .' ;(i Footpriats on the sands of time." . THE. aboxc w read with great interest : bj tliou^auds of young, men. It - Apires them: with. Hope», for the- bright ~ lecion of' you'h there is no such word as ? fan. "Alas ! say many, this is correct-is true with regard ta thc-youth who. has »ever abused bis strength,-and toíhemAÚ, who has neve» been passion/s " slave.. Buittot thai youth-to. that, man, who : Vas yielded himself up. the temporary tweet allurements of vu-e, who. has given unbridled license- to his passions,, to. him. . the above lines are- but as a. reproach, what'hope otra hu have? What aspira, tion.s? Wha« chance of leaving his foot-, prints on the sands of time? For hun>.abv,. there- is nought but dark despair and, self reproach fora lost life.. For amanto leave his footprints on the SMúls Of'tune,, bc must bc endowed with a strong brain, and nervous power. ...
OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 14 December 1883
OPEN COLUMN. LETTRES to the Editor must he conched, iii' respectful and simple language and as concise as possible. In every case the writer's name is required, not .necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] _ To THE EDITOR. DEAS Sir.-Not hearing from the in- vincible " Number One " for some time I came to the conclusion that he took an overdose of those literary pills he had prepared for the public and. has gone to that bourne from whence none return. But, alas, I was mistaken, for I find by a perusal of the X. T. GAZETTE that he has dug thc hatchet and is again on his old hunting ground ; and I pity the sportsman who is unfortunate enough to follow his footsteps, as every tiling seems to fly before him the same as if they had an instinct that he is possessed of some supernatual power or contagious disease. In fact, thc noble game took flight, with the exception of a "jackaroo," and few sportsmen care to engage in single com- battu ch a formidable antagonist ;...
POST OFFICE ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
rOST OFFICE OEDEES. For sums Iï payable in South Australia . ,. Other Austro lian Colonies \ " Tasmania, or New-Zealand j United Kingdom. India, or ^ " Cape of Good Hope .J ., Germany or Switzerland " Hongkong . Above £2,1 Above £5, Not and not and not exceeding exceeding exceeding £2 _Ëî-_1 £&lt;. S. I). S. U. S. II. 0 ti 0 U 1 O 10 10 2 0 10 2 ti 3 (i 2 0 &lt;l 0 ti 0 10 3 0 -I li No Single Order can bc granted for more than £10.
Yam Creek and Katherine. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
Yam Creek ami Katherine, (Iiy packhorse). Ur MAH«-Leaves Yam Creek on Tues- day at 5 a.m.; ? Port Darwin Cam j), .same day, I» a.m.; Twelve Mile, same dnjr, ll a.m.; arriving al. Pine Créele, alli j.'.m., and .Katherine on Thursday, al 5 p.m. Dows MAI c.-Leaves Katherine on Saturday, &lt;i a.m.; Pine Creek, Monday, 5 a.m.; Twelve-Mile, same day, 12.10 p.m.; Port Darwin Camp, .same day, 5.10 p.m.; arriving al Yam Greek at (i p.m.
POSTAL CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
POSTAL CHARGES. LETTERS. ' PAHCELS. PAPERS England ¡md Europe Gd hoz doz., 4d. A Cluua . C I -4 4 A Singapore direct... 0 A 4 4 A " via Hongkong ls., I 4 4 A Java direct ... G A 4 4 A " via Hongkong ls. A 4 4 A Victoria. 2 Â 1 4 Á New South Wales 3 A 1 4 A Queensland ... 2 A 1 4 A Tasmania ... 2 A 14 1Á South Australia 2 A A A A West Australia... 2 A Ï 4 A New Zealand ... 2 ¿ 4 1 Í
MURDER BY NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
MURDER RY NATIVES. Mn. J. JOHNSTON, Postmaster, received a telegram on Saturday last from Mr. C. Tuckfield, station-master at the Elsey, to the effect that Mr. F. Morck reports the murder hy natives of a man named Frazer and also a civilised Maekhoy (employed l»y Holden) on the Mc Arthur River. Instead of hiding after commit- ing this murder, the natives came on to where Darcy Uhr was camped and speared five of his horses. Tho remains of the murdered men were liuried hy Buchanan's party. Frazer came out to j the Territory al »out two years ago with a mol) of fat cattle.
GENERAL MISCELLANY. WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
GENERAL MISCELLANY. WRESTLING. Professor William Miller, who re- cently defeated Blackburn in a wrestling match in Melbourne, has entered into an agreement to wrestle, mixed (rrceco-Roman and Border styles, the two well-known Eagle- hawk men, Blackburn and Thomas. The conditions are best nine falls for .?100 a-side. Blackburn and Thomas have to contest alternate bouts. TALL TALK. A San Francisco telegram an- nounces that Hanlon, the champion seniler, has ma-le the following pro- position :-I am ready to bet §5000 that I can row three miles faster than any man alive. I will make another proposition. I will under- take tho task of rowing six races in one week; that is, I will match my- self against six picked oarsmen of the world to row six races of one mile, each race to be for §1000. CURIOUS. Whilst a storm was in progress recently at Duckenfield, New South Wales, a ball of fire is reported to have struck the verandah of the Hon. John Eales' residence. The ball was shattered to piec...
COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
COURTS. Full Jurisdiction, ÍM-Of». is licl&lt;l afc Pal- merston, on Wednesday, ¡is per following dates :-On September 5, October 3, November 7, December 5. Limited Jurisdiction, £20, will beheld on September li), October-17, November 14, and December li). Licensing Bench, on Tuesday. Septem- ber ll, and December ll.
COUNTRY MINING AND GENERAL NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) December 24, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
COUNTRY MINING AND GENERAL NEWS. -«, (FROM OOR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) December 2+. 18S3. MAXY thanks, Mr. Editor, for your re- marks in support of correspondents in general but" country correspondents in particular. As you observe, it is a very difficult matter to please all, especially in such a scattered community as we upcountry people constitute at present. No doubt when thc colony becomes more largely populated we shall be worth the attention of a more talented section of thc " Fourth Estate " and then in all cases old Nick will get his due, par- ticularly if we should happen to attract the attention of some of the " society " papers, to wit, the Sydney . BULLETIN. But let me get on to some pleasanter topic. Messrs.. Houschildt and Roberts accompanied by Mr. Warden Nash have just returned from what is known as the new rush, where thc warden is so satis- fied with the "show" that he has granted a prospecting claim to the pro- spectors, Messrs. Houschildt and Roberts. The " New Rush...
Southport and Twelve-Mile. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
Southport ami Twelve-Mile. (by coach.) Ur MAIL.--Leaves Southport on Sun- ' day, at 5 a.m.; Bridge Crock, Moiuiay noon ; fort Darwin Cainji, Aloii'.la}', 5 p.m.; I Yam Crook, (i p.m.; arrives at Tuolve Milo nt 8 p.m. Dows MAIL.-Loaves thc Twelve-Mile al -I a.m., on Tuosdey ; iTani Creole, sanio day, 5 a.m., Port Darwin Gamp, saino ilay, li a.m.; Eridge Creek, sa:né da}', Li a.m., arriving al Southport 0:1 Wednesday, at li p.m.
OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
OPEN COLUMN.. LETTKBS to flic Editor must lie couched in respectful and simple language and as concise .as possible. In every case tlic writer's name is required, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] To THE EDITOR. I SIR.-In the case of your corres- pondent Carrol, the " Wanderer." He asserts that he was not running wild in the hush. His assertion is false, for he was upwards of a month to my know lodge in the vicinity of Port Darwin. Camp " planting " during the day in shafts and tunnels, and at midnight coming down to a hut Legging food. When spoken to Ly thc only man he would permit to come, near him, lie would make a rambling statement to thc effect that a lot of people were chasing him wishing to take his life, and would show a loaded revolver saying that ho would shoot the first man who attemped to take him. In the interests of common humanity I asked Corporal Montagu to arrest him, stating that the man was not in his right mind, and consequently...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 28 December 1883
? To THE EDITOB. SIR,-It was reporter! to me a few days since by a Chinaman just returned from the Driffield diggings that one of his countrymen had been murdered by thc blacks on the 13th instant, about half a mile from the Chinese camp at that place. It appears that thc man had left his mates to go and prospect, and that as lie did not return at the usual time, they, becoming alarmed, went in search of him, and discovered his body with a spear through his chest and quite dead. My informant tells me he gave information to the police at Pine Creek on or about the 16th inst., but no notice was taken. None of tho police visited the Driffield, and tho un- fortunate Chinaman was buried without any enquiry having taken place. Now, Sir, I can vouch for the above state- ments, and I would like to ask what are our police stationed up country for, if not to investigate a case of this sort ? I may say that there is another man miss- ing from Ilousehildt's diggings since the 17th.-I am, &a...