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

PAßT II. Having obtained a pretty acsuratu know- ledge cl tbc people principally concerned, I approached the bar, and, ordering a fine cigar, lett my *' impedimenta " until dinner-time. Then I proceeded up to Holmhurst Hall-one o! the grandest old buildings it has over been my lot to see. I was received by a butler in solemn black, who Boon brought Mr. La-celot Brabazon to me in the g'oomydooking library. There was a furtive look in thia gentleman's half closed eyes that waa not in keeping with bis affected John Bull bluntness of manner and speech. When he had looked at my card he slatted, but quickly recovered hiraaelf. " You arc tito oilicer who witnessed the ac- cident ?" bo said, eagerly. " Was it cn accident ?" I asked. j No. í>.-On a great table lay thc inanimate j I form of Captain Brabazon. ! I j " What elco could it bc ?" was the question j ing reply. jj "That is my bu?ines3 to find oui," I re- turned, slowly ; and then I saw how I blun S dercd in letting thc telegraph o...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Queensland. Brisbane, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, September 12. Xumbcrs nf minors continuo to arrive at Cooktown from Kud-Esfc, and speak dcspondingly of the pros- pects. Another splendid supply of water has boen struck by tho bore at Charleville, yielding two and a half million gallons daily.

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Cricket as an Advertising Medium. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Cricket as an Advertising Medium. j Tlie recent cricket match against the I Derby eleven has evidently done some- thing towards advertising the Northern Territory in Victoria. In the AUSTRAL- ASIAN* of August 17th appears the ! following sub leader : j " An event of considerable importance has happened in the tropics to oppor timely remind us that Northern Aus- tralia is growing, and like a young lady who is preparing to come out, will soon expect to be taken notice of. Palmer- ston has been visited by a team of : cricketers from Derby, the port of the Kimberley district, and an intercolonial match has been played. A few years back, prior to the short-lived Kimberley rush, Derby wrs merely a namo, and only stray vessels put into tho harbour. Now there is regular (though not too frequent.) steam communication between Perth and the north coast, and thc j West Australian boats occasionally go on to Port Darwin. Tho Derby cricket I crs were conveyed to Port Darwin in ! the Otway, and al...

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Manners, Good and Bad. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Maskier.?, Gaocï ami liad. Well-bred people never drees showily when going to church ; it ia a sanctuary, a holy place-not a theatre or ball-room. It is not thc place for introductions to be made, unless straugers are introduced to tho ctergyman by intimato friends of hip, and where invitations should not be given. To offer a seat to a stranger ia a proper ect, a's j to offer prayer and hymn-books, and if a Jady, to find the placea for ber. lt is also etiquette to proffer half of your book if there is none to be had. Gentlemen always walk up the aisla ahead of a lady, whether at cbureb, opera, theatre or concert room, eo as to open the pow door, or to find the right seat for the lady, but sba should enter first. In travelling, a lady should also drcso very plainly; expensivo jewellery mr.st never ba worn on oar or boat. Ycung women travelling alone should main tain a reticent manner. If young men maka ? overtures vi acquaintance, their questions may be answered with lady-like civili...

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Not Very Unjust. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Sot Very Unjust. Youngwoman in plueh sacque: "What's that? * Kobert E'ameie?' How far have you got ?" Young woman in turban hat : " Finished is last night." " Did you ? Well, now, tell me, how did you like it?" " Lovely." What's it about ? I'm dying to know." " Oh, it's a love story-about a minister, you know." " Is it ? Awfully nice, I B'pose." " Yes. Then there's another conple that aro in love-'t any rate she is, but be'a an old stick, and she don't love him after all, but marries another fellow. 1 waa awfully glad she took him and not thc other one." " But what is there in tho book that all the folks are talking about?" " 1 don't know. I didn't seo anything peculiar in it-inst like all love stories, so tar as I could eee-littlo different, of course, but not so very different either." '. But the ministers ore all preaching ser- mons about h." ." I know it ; but I can't sec why." " H ometbing about religion, 1 guess." " P'raps ao. There's lots of religious Btufl in it; but, of cou...

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Escaped from Penal Servitude; OR, The Gaol Chaplain's Protegee. TOLD BY AN EX-DETECTIVE. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 September 1889

Escaped from Penal | Servitude; \ on, I Thc Ci ¡io! Chaplain's Protegee. : - j TOLD J¡Y AN EX-DETECTIVE, j -rrt-? FART I. Standing one night on an exposed platform ot a famous South London railway junction, ! I wa3 amazed and horrified by a brief j glimpse of an express train. I was on thc " up" platform waiting for the last train going in that direotion, and as the weather was very dismal, I waa not surprised at being almost alone. A few buay peoplo might be coming from town at that hour, but no one but ono whose homo lay in the " smoke'' No. 1.-I saw tho victim, and I fancied that he tittered a cry of horror and despair as ho fell, clutching tho air. wonk! think of leaving the comfortable auburbs that night. As nearly aa I could calculate, thc carriage that had-I was going to say " attracted my attention," but "faecinoted mb" would be nearer tho mark-was about tho contre of the train. That, of oouree, meant first das?, ano tho people I had ecen were decidedly persons who would tra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

' -¿i-I"., .. . . E iRAMffi OP JW. MOBS - 4 Ot»; WOLFE'S THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD J.S ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE TI^OI.FË'S SÇHNAPPS is a r geat li. f relief of Rheumatism, infinitely s,\iperipr to. brandy or whisky. Invigorate the. system with Wolfe's §k;nflpps, t jic p.u^^mu¿an,t in the world. WóHe's Schnapps strcngthe.ns'and braces u,p the. sTste.ni aj»f\inst disease. Be sure yç,\\ optait ^VçJ.f»* ri. Wolfe V Schnapps is a noble exception tp the spirits of the day. always aaç for Wofe'''* ." ' ';' **' WolfaVi Schnapps. «the.inost celebrated tonic arid stimulant of this or any age. Be certain^ that vp.\\oJbjtoin Wolfe's. V t '.. ? IJ'hçrr. i,s nothing knownbetter.calculated to invigorate çbe constitution than Wolfe's Sclinapjus.. ' . ' ; Wolfe V Schnapps is the purest and best stimulant, tonic; diuretic at present before {he world. ' ' JUfrgorMe tba system with Wolfe's Schnapps if¡ you, would avoid bUious attack«. The nicst suitnble invigprant, stimulant, and protective i* W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

THIS " North Australian " XKWSIUI'KIK .. '..s. TO SUBSCJ'IÜISIÍS. ' 'v ? Subscriptions to- this paper may bo started fruin any dale. - . ¡. Subscribers, when chanjjiug their abode should give written notice to the proprietor and forward the altered address ; otherwise the raper will Iiis seilt to tho oUh Address find the subscriber will be liable »for tho. uj^yriutio.i aVW.<fíiv. . ,

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LETTERS. YOUR CONTEMPORARY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

LETTERS: LETTERS to the Editor must be couched in 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.] YOUR CONTEMPORARY. TO THE EDITOR. Sm- The editor of the " Northern Territory Times" is such a weather- cock that one can never depend, from one week ¡to another, what theory he ia next going to enunciate.' About three months ago I had occa- sion to characterize a leading article of his. upon the leprosy question as an "un- necessarily alarming and inflammatory criticism," and Mr. Solomon now con- fesses that " Ricardo was right as right can be," inasmuch as' the leading article in last week's TIMES winds up with the following extraordinary statement " that the enquiry is limited to a ques- tion upon which little or no public interest is manifested." Surely if the public are not interested there was no necessity for the bloodcurdling leader ot the 8th June, or for...

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Victoria. Melbourne, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

Victoria. Melbourne, September 20. Thc total contributions to tho London Dock strike by this colony amount to ueavly £18,000. A tremeudous fire occurred in the city on Friday, on the premises of George and George, iu Collins-sreet. The flames rapidly spread to the musical warehouses of Messrs.. Glen and Allan, inflicting severe damage. George and George's premises were completely burnt out and the build- ing totally destroyed.' The total amount of damage approaches two hundred thousand, only partially covered by insurance. Two firemen were killed and several others badly hurt through the sudden collapse of one of the walls. : Costello, convicted of the murder of the woman Thornton at Carlton, was executed on Monday. Michael Walsh has been committed to prison iu default of finding sure- ties for his good behaviour. He was charged with dresentiug a re volver at Dillon, the Home Rule advocate. In his defence Waist stated that he bad been treated un fairly by tho Irish Land League, ant ...

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Wyndham Notes. September 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

~>TFyhdham Notes. September 12 th Since my-last report we! have been honoured with a visit from Sir Malcolm Fraser, Colonial Secretary of the colony. He has, I believe, come with a view to ascertain the requirements of the place. According, to his promises we may shortly, expect to see something., more done as* regards the long looked for jetty, also a Court House and Post and Telegraph offices, which we are badly in need of. Mr. Lodge, Inspector of Police, and .several other gentlemen, were also passengers by the s.s. Otway, which left here oil tho 1st "September, taking with her several miners for thc Roeburne'goldfield,' which, if the reports to hand bc true, must be a good rush. . ' Wyndham was again, highly honored in another way by the appearance of it3 first load of wool, belonging to Mr. A. Woodhouse, the sheep having been shorn about twenty miles from Wyndham; These sheep, it may be remembered, were brought out some four years ago by the Victoria .Squatting) Company and ...

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Queensland. Brisbane, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, Sept. 20. ' Sir-William McGregor ha3 left for New Guinea. He intends proceed- ing into the interior of the island, with the twofold object of explora- tion and--tho. promotion of peace, some of . the interior tribes being at war. Sir- Thomas Mcilwraith has re- signed his seat-in the Queensland Ministry. A petition has been filed in the estate of Thomas and Madden, of Cooktown ; liabilities £94,000. Legislation will be introduced for the better protection of. young girls in this colony;

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In the Gold Country. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

In the Gold Country. ? A correspondent bas supplied me with the following table of gold returns ob- tained at the Eureka Gold Mine, - and j asks readers to' compare' notes with the' figures published last week in connection | with the Union district. He pointed out that this one mine had produced in [ half the time half as much gold 'as the j whole of the Union mines put together. Certainly the figures are given to prove this, but there is an offset in the fact that during the thirteen months shown | in the table below the battery treated [ very near as much stone as was put through at the. Union during a period of twenty-six months. Nevertheless, the returns show that the claim to which they refer is a very good one and is able to produce large quantities of ore of an equal percentage ; but not nearly so rich as the Union stone. Ihave stated that the Chinese are-only picking the eyes ! out of the auriferous country at the I latter place. Here are a few crushings j in further suppor...

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New South Wales. Sydney, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

If ow South Wales. Sydney, Sept. 20. À man named Christian Eppell, a drover, from; Queensland, whilst lying asleep .on the.Wagga Common early on Monday ..morning last, was shot dead hy his mato, a man named Riley." Riley has'boen captured and confesses his gûUt.y A. . The ringleaders).3>f . tho' recent revolt at Honolulu ¡ have been com- mitted to take their trial for treason. The s.s. Alameda has just taken her departure for San Francisco with a cargo valued at nearly £600,000, iucluding 330 thousand sovereigns. The death is announced of Queen Charlotte, of Touga, 75 years of age,

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HOWLEY. September 16 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

HOWLEY. September 16 Bischoff and Party, reckon they are now raising 30oz stone. D. O'Neill just crushed two tons at the Howley Battery. One ton yielded the splendid return of 34oz smelted gold and the remainder of the stone, which came from a 6in. leader, gave 2oz Sdwts gold. In all 36oz 5dwts from two tons quartz and for six weeks' work. Ho bas still some "four or five tons of 2oz stone to crush. An instance of impudent robbery has been reported by D. O'Neill. It seems that while he was away attending to his crushing at the battery his camp was -stuck up by.a humber of natives who displayed startling barefacedness. The Chinaman who had been left in charge was kept at point of the spear by two of the sable robbers while their companions overhauled the camp. They took away a bag of flour, some tobacco, and several other things to their liking, and, like Jack thc Ripper, have " not since been heard of. , I might state that this is not the first time that O'Neill has been robbed, and ...

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English & Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

English & Foreign. An agreement has been arrived at ! between the dock owners and the strikers, and work has been generally resumed, the owners stating their willingness to comply with the mens' demand in nearly, every particular. The new arrangements will come' into force on the 4th November. | It is is estimated that the struggle has involved a direct loss to the companies of two millions, and has lowered the value of the stocks to j the estent of another million. ; j The men have passed a formal vote of thanks to tho Australian I colonies, and state that the hearty and timely assistance received from thence rescued them from otherwise ' inevitable defeat. j The action taken in Australia, has excited eulogistic comments from a large section of tho English press, and is generally regarded as an im-1 portant . advance towards the Jong-f j talked "of goal" of "a universal federa- ' tion of labour. j Great depression exists in busi-j ness owing to the severe check occa sioned ...

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UNION REEFS, September 18th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

"'UNIÓN'REEPS, September 18th. Crashipgs at the battery here since, last advices are :-? ' No. 5 S. Lady Alice-10£ tons for 20oz gold. " No. 1 North Lady Alice-171 tons for 33oz 3dwts. No. 1 North Lady Alice-9| tons for lloz 4dwts. No. 3 North Union-11¿ tous for 16oz lOdwts. I Total 49 tous for 80oz 17dwts. oí- an average of loz 13dwfcs. The water is beginning to get low in the-dam and without rain comos I am afraid the battery will uot be able to crush more than another three weeks; but from tho appear- ance of the clouds we slíall not be long without it.

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New Zealand. Auckland, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

NewIZealand. Auckland, Sept. 20. The survivors of the British ship Garston, uino in number, have just reached here in a terrible condition. The vessel was wrecked on Staur brick Island. The men have boen twenty-three days in an open boat, a gi eat part of the time without food.

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Settlement of Dock strike— victory for the men. The demands of the tailors granted. Estimated loss of Dock Companies 3 millions. Burns, the Socialist, to visit the colonies, Disastrous fire in Melbourne —firemen killed and badly injured. Execution of Costello. Murder of a Queensland drover. Sensational Divorce Case, An extraordinary silvermine South Australia. Adelaide, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

Telegraphic News. PROM OUR OWX CORRSPOXDEXT. Settlement of Dock 'strike victory for the men. The demands of the tailors granted. Estimated loss of Dock Com- panies 3 millions. Burns, the Socialist, to visit the colonies, Disastrous fire in Melbourne -firemen killed and badly injured. , Execution of Costello. Murder of a Queensland drover, ; Sensational Divorce Case, An extraordinary silvermine South Australia. ; Adelaide, Sept. 20. The fourth remittance to the dock has been cabled, making a total of £2100 from this colony. The Adcock Insolvency trial has now assumed quite another phase. During thc hearing of the case on Tuesday Com missioner Bussell created some surprise by statiug that he was remotely interested in the case privately ia consequence of his being ..the holder' of- Town and Country Bank shares. Upon the announcement boing made Adcock expressed his willingness to allow the case to go on as/it is; but to .this the; Commissioner demurred. Finally, the Court was adjourned...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Soptember 15-The s.s. Airlie, from Hongkong, with 6 passengers and 320 tons cargo.-V. V. Brown, agent. September 16-The s.s. Adelaide, from Wyndham, W.A., with 4 passengers and 9pkgswool; also parcel gold (13oz) for Jolly & Luxton.-Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. September 18-The s.s. Tannadice, from southern ports, with 300 tons and the following passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, Mrs. Main, Messrs. J.Anderson W. H. Gratwick," J; Stanley, 0). Bowe, O. Jensen, J. Fry, W. "Wainwright, S. J. Ashley.-V. V. Brown, agent. SAILED. September 19-The s.s. Airlie, for southern ports. Passengers: Mrs. Parsons and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tuite, Mrs. Stirling and children, Mrs. Bowen, Miss Muirhead. Miss Webb; Mrs. Smith and 2 children, Messrs. Chester, Drake, Hanns, Durack, McArthur, J. W. Clark, P. Toner, Skelton, Lord, D'Alberti; Irving, M'Kay, Saiohami, Walton, 5 Cin- galese, and 1 aboriginal. Exports : 24641bs wool, 1502 bags copper ore, 37 ba...

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