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

Miscellaneous Clippings. The Adelaide University has received a challenge from the Sydney University to compete in the eight-oar race on the Parramatta River on December 21st ; the Melbourne University will also take part. A cablegram of August 30 states that a terrible typhoon and floods have occurred in Japan, over ten thousand people being killed and double that number rendered homeless and destitute. Stansbury is said to have made such big strides in the art of sculling under the tuition of Peter Kemp, that it is on the cards that a match will be made with Searle on the latter's return to Sydney. On her last trip the R.M.S. Alameda took the largest shipment of gold sent to America from the colonies for a number of years, the total value being something over £600,000. The first batch of big guns on the improved hydro-pneumatic disappearing principle, for distribution among the various batteries in Sydney harbour, have arrived. The Botany Handicap 525 sovereigns   was...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
New Blood. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

Hew Blood. ? A roagnificent-looking: blood - entire arrived ' on Wednesday in the steamer Tannadice to the order pf Mrv . Wm. Lawrie/; of the firm ( of., Armstrong & Lawrie, who, as wie previously, intimated, have .determined;:upon establishing à horse-breeding station .in the Territory. The horse is a bright bay colt, just gone, four years old, and stands sixteen hands high, which, at his age, means that he has time jyet to; develop : into a i regular big fellow-just the sort to get powerful stock. He comes here nameless, but his breeding alone indicates that he has the material in him- to make a naihe for himself without much trouble. The colt is by Roodee from..Adela, a Kingston mare,-and is consequently a full brother to the celebrated; Oakleigh. His sire being full-' brother tb > the renowned Chester, it will be seen - that Mr. Lowrie's purchase nos the grand blood of Yattendon in him ; aud. such, a pedigree marks him" as" an animal of the first water and: the most -...

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

'North Australian' NEWSPAPER ----- >(fy*vtv¡nn\tféi - ^aztUt is Published evcrj* SATURDAY MORNING, at Palmerston,; Northern Territory . v South Australia, : ? ? j ' And is Very Extensively Circulated in Palmerston, Port.Darwin Camp, Union, Pine Creek, Yam Creek, Twelve-Mile : "Howley, Maude Creek, - . and alli other populated parts of t he Northern Territory And also on the North-west Coast (W.A) 'and throughout Southern Colonies. . ..." IT CONTAINS Local News .. Latest Telegrams Shipping. Upcountry Mining ; . _ . And General News . ? .??J ? Exchange Clippings . . .Business Advertisements . ¿. ' . ' Government Gazette Advts. . :.v-1. s- . &c. &c . &c As well as a » . ; FOURTEEN -COLUMN . .Containing a .varied assortment of highly interesting ^, ..... .. reading matter. .TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : . Per quarter, in advance, ss.; if booked, 6s. . . Per annum, in advance,yÇi ; if booked, J£I 4s. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : ? ?Half inch, 3s.;. one inch, 5s.; births, m...

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

^Government Gazette. GOLD MINING LEASES. Crown Lands Office,. Palmerston, 6th August, 1889. THE following list of Rents on Gold Mining Leases, which fall due at this office on 1ST OCTOBER, 1889, is pub- lished for the'information of those1 con- cerned. - J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. No. of lease Name of lessee. Amount of I rent due. 79 .95 116 118 119 121 122 150 .151 153 151 155 206 207 208 210 211 222 223 " "225, 226 .230 231 ,332 233 .234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 .244 216 v 248 - 249 -250 .251^ 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261. 262 263 264 -265 266 272 Ping Que J. L. Noltenius W. Ki Griffiths. |J. L. Noltenius, and J. Johnston G. L. Barrett & others O. Jensen ; -do A.1 Johns M. Kirwan and W. H Summers M. Kirwan and others i do do ' . John Thomas T.A.Baraes& J. Thomas! |J/H. Fawcett A. Baxter* A. E. Jolly * do 3 E. Elphick do- - Waiter Griffiths >do |J: Seymour, T. Barnes,' and J. Thomas P. C. McDonald aud A A. Gallagher B. Murphy |...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 September 1889

and NoHIurn Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1889. H.M.S. Rambler arrived from Cam- bridge Gulf on Monday. Burrundie was blessed with three hours' good rain on Thursday. J Premier Mcilwraith, of Queensland, has resigned from the Ministry. The s.s.-^Adelaide returned from Wyndham on Monday, last. Another land sale of country town- ship allotments is advertised for October 22nd. . A well-known Cooktown firm; that of Thomas à Madden, has gone bung " for£94,000. We hear that the s.s. Adelaide will make another trip to Cambridge Gulf next week, leaving here on Sunday. Three Wyndham horses-Towrow, Jack, and another-have gone round to Derby to compete in the events at the annual race meeting. It is stated that the strike at home cost the dock proprietors three millions sterling, besides having to give in to the men at the finish. One of the reasons for the bitterness displayed by the TIMES in its attacks or the Hospital Board is that a member ol the Commission has an actio...

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English & Foreign. London, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

English. & Foreign. London, September 2o\ Searle will shortly sail for Aus- tralia. The Chinese Government," incensed at the restrictive legislation adopted Lhy the Unired Stales, is retaliating I hy expelling Americans from all the ¡ treaty ports. Gladstone is denouncing the idea of laud nationalisation, A Homo Rule candidate has been elected for Dundeo unopposed. Tho Popo has sent a message lo Cardinal Manning warmly oniigratii I hiting him upon tho successful result ¡of hit mediation during the late i strike. The death is announced of Eliza Cook, thc famous English poetess, boru in 1817. The wool sales haye opened firm, with an advance in prices on tho closing quotations of last sales. A steady business doing in copper and tin, with o very prospect of con- tinuing.

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Western Australia Perth, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

Western Australia Perth, September 2ti. Eight hundred ounces of gold have just arrived here from Roeburne

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

Tl IK " North Australian " NKWSI'.U'KU. TO ADVERTISERS. LL Advertiseiiieiits drought to.this signed by the party elmrgeable, and the uiunber of insertions must be plainly written un the manuscript. In the event of Advertisements being forwarded without the uiimberof insertions being marked thereon, sin k will be con- tinued till countermanded at the risk of the advertiser. >io notice will IM> taken of advertise- ments unsigned. Any person ordering Advertisements or IVintiiigon lielialt of Clubs, Associations, A.c., to be formed, will be held personally responsible for I lie cost. All orders fur the withdrawal of Adver- tisements must be sent in before noon, ou Thursday. Caril Advertisements, if withdrawn be- fore the expiration of the Quarter, M ill be charged at the rate of ls. jier inch, with reductions. TO SUBSCRIBERS. ?Subscribers, when changuir he"-- abr.de should give written notice lotheproprielor and forward the altered address; otharwisc. thc Taper will bo sent to th»...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

^Iit J^arlli ^nsfrnliait. ami Xi'it'irn: Territory (ijrrr««.v>;/ Ctr., !.'... SATURDAY, S li PT. 21. issn. A NEW and rather delicate issue was raised about leprosy at thc meeting of thc District Council on tim 1 !)th inst. A letter was received from the Govern- ment directing attention of thc 1 lourd of Health to Clause 7 of '. The Public Health Acts Amendment Act ISSI," and asking if the Board intended to take any action in the matter of the leper who escaped from the Quarantine Station. The clause referred to runs as follows : 7.-Where any suitable hospital or place for thc reception of thu sick is provided within any town or sanitary district, or within a reason able distance thereof, any person who is suffering from any such con- tagious or infectious disease, and is without proper lodging or accomino dation, or lodged in a room occupied by more than one family, or is on board any ship or vessel, may, on a certificate signed by any legally qualified medical practitioner, and ...

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New Zealand. Auckland, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

New Zealand. Auckland, September 20. Sir Julius Vogel has leased a por- tion of the Taranaki foreshore. He intends to float an Euglish compauy, his scheme being to erect smelting works for the purpose of treatiug tho vast quantities of ironsaud witli which tho coast abounds. An offer has been received from a Melbourne syndicate for the purchase of the tramways of this city for tho sum of £30,000.

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

Eveleen shares are quoted at ls 9d. A welcome shower of rain fell here on Monday. Wednesday's escort contained 306J ounces gold. The Tannadice took away 312 hags tin oxide from thc Palmerston Copper Company's mine at Mt. Shoobridge. Adcock's insolvency is still in an adjourned stage. Adjournments are becoming chronic. An auction sale of railway plant is advertised by thc P. D. M. & A Co. for October 12th. Reports from the Eureka Gold Mine this week give result of the last crush- ing as 71oz. gold from 131 tons stone. Another monthly cleaning up will take place at the Fountain Head Gold Mine to-day. Messrs. Aplin, Brown ¿¡ Co. havo been advised that the s.s. Chingtu left Hongkong at noon on Wednesday. This afternoon the Port Darwin Mercantile tfc Agency Company hold au auction sale of household furniture, ¿c., at the residence of Mr. Stirling. We are pleased to know . that Mrs. Ryan-has so recovered from her recent accident as to be able to attend to her business again. It is...

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New South Wales. Sydney, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

New South Wales. Sydney, Sept. 2G. Lord Carrington lias accepted the invitation to attend the opening of the Dunedin Exhibition. ! A parcel of diamonds valued at over £000,000 were stolen from a I jeweller's shop on Saturday night. Rabbits are reported to be over- running the Lachlan district in such enormous numbers as to threaten as great devastation to the squatters as occurred during the late drought. I !_

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District Council of Palmerston SEPT. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

District Council of Palmerston ! - I SEPT. 19. Present : Os. H. H. Adcock (Chair- man), V. L. Solomon, G. McKeddie, T. H. Harwood, and S. Ï. Brown. Dr. P. M. Wood (Health Officer) wrote informing the Council that one of the lepers that had been sent to the quarantine station had made his escape. -To be acknowledged. No appeals having TTeeii received, the assessment for the year ending 30th June, 1890, was adopted, and a general (including health) rate bf ls. Cd. in the £ was declared. The Secretary to the Government Resident (E. H. Whitelaw) wrote in reference to the escaped leper from the quarantine station, and asked if the Board intended to take action in the matterunder clause 7 Act 316 of 1884. Resolved that as the Government authorities have hitherto taken charge of the lepers at Channel Island, the Board of Health decline to accept any ! responsibility in regard to said cases, and that in reference to clause 7 of Act 316, the Board do not consider the public hospital at Palme...

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Queensland. Brisbane, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, Sept. 26. Twenty thousand Mount Morgan shares, sold through a London agent, ; realised £ltiO,000'. Donald Campbell, a prominent Brisoane athlete, has shot himself dead. Money difficulties supposed to be the cause.

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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

Rifle Match. A match has been fixed to take 1 place to-day, at the rifle butts, be- tween representatives of H.M.S. Rambler aud the Port Darwin Rifle Club. Shooting will commence at ' 10.30 a.m. Ranges-200, 400, and] 600 yards ; five shots at each range and one sighter allowed. Wimbledon scoring. Tho following aro the respective | teams : H.M.S. RAKBLER. Knight, 2nd class P.O. Perry, 2nd class P.O. Hollett, Private, R.M.L.I. Laurence, chief gunner's mato Dr. Barnes Lieut. Kelby Miles,, writer Davies, 2nd class signalman Selby, 2nd class P.O. Lieut. Lynn P.D.R C. TEAM. Little Becker, senr. Becker, jnnr. Marchant Smith Stewart Ward Waters Weston Whitelaw Emergencies-Lawrie, Pye. On three estates in the Talbot shirc Victoria, during the last three months 36,713 rabbits and 29 foxes were des' troyed. Of this lot 27,000 were killed, on Sir Samuel Wilson's estate. Cygnet now appears to be relegated to the ranks- of hunting, as his name is included in tho Vlist of nags concerned in a recen...

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Victoria. September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

Victoria. September 2(i. Thomas Crisp, a well-known solici i tor ot' this city, shot himself, lie had become involved in financial difficulties through speculation. He j leaves a wifo and several children. ! Tlio Government proposes to im- pose a prohibitory duty on opium, except for medical purposes. The ladies ot tho colony have pre- sented Lady Loch with a farewell gift of jewellery valued at ^sixteen hundred pouuds.

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Conclusion of Divorce case— Verdict for petitioner. Silver boom in Melbourne. Territory Land Bill. Civil Service Commission and the Territory. Valuable gold discovery. Suicides—a leading athlete and a well-known solicitor. Chinese expelling Americans from treaty ports. South Australia. Adelaide, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN COKRsrONDKNT. Conclusion of Divorce case Verdict for petitioner. Silver boom lu Melbourne. Territory Land Bill. Civil Service Commission and tlie Territory. Valuable gold discovery. Suicides -a leading athlete and a well-known solicitor, Chinese expelling Americans from treaty ports. South Australia. Adelaide, September 26. H.E. the Governor is to-day attending the annual show of the A. and H. Society at Kapunda. He will also attend tho citizens returu bali j to the Adelaide Mayor in the even- j The Anderson divorce caso occu- pied the court until nearly eleven o'clock on Friday night. The case excited a surprisiug amount of interest, and a large crowd awaited the verdict. The respondent was found guilty of committing adultery with Glindeniug. It is currently reported that another case of a similar disgusting character will shortly come before the court, with four leading citizens filling the position of co-respondents, j Horn resigned his place on the...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Sept 25-The s.s. Franklin, 395 tons, Captain Pincombe, from Adelaide, via western ports. Passengers : Mrs. Kahil, j Messrs. J. Tait, W: Pederson, J. Nee, J". ; Pynch, Kitchi, Revell, D. J. Doherty, T. Brockman, W. Kainics. Cargo : 20 tons on various accounts.-Rundle, Bros. & Co., agents. Sept 26-Thc s.s. Maggie, from the Daly River, with 503 bags copper ore.-P. D. M. & A. Co, agents. SAILED. Sept. 27-The s.s. Franklin, for Fre- mantle, with three tons general cargo and thc following passengers : Messrs. Francis, Doherty, T. Brockman, J. ïry, W. Penny, W. Scholtze, Ashley, Blair, Hall, and two Japanese.-Rundle Bros. & Co, agents. Sept 21-The s.s. Adelaide,' Captain Edwards, for Wyndham, with 5 passen- gers and about 65 tons cargo.-Aplin, Brown, & Co, agents. Sept. 21-The s.s. Tannadice, for Hong- kong, with 31 passengers and exports as follows: 4.V tons horns, 2 cs seeds, cs records, 312 bags tin.-V. V. Brown, agent MOVE...

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ANGLICAN CHURCH PALMERSTON. In the Court House, THE ESPLANADE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

ANGLICAN C H IT li C II PALMERSTON. THE ESPLANADE. Under thc licence of the LORD BISHOP OF ADELAIDE, Divine Service will be held ou the Feast of S. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS (Sunday, Sep- tember 20), and on Sundays uutil further notice. Evensong-At half-past seven.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

LFES THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. IS ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE :ITf ROLFE'S SCHNAPPS is a rgeat .1, T fch'ef pf Rheumatism^ infjnif.e}y superipr tp brandy or whisky. Iarigorate tl^e system wifo Rolfe's Scoapps, the purest stimulant hji the wpj-ld. Wol fe's Schnapps strengthens*nd braces up the system against disease. Bj} sure you qbtaia Rolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps pr a nolie exception to tte spirits pf ilk day Jtffajji ¡tft for iHM __ '? -~ Wolfe's- Schnapps » the tnqst celebrated .Jonie mid stimulant of this or any age.' ' ^e certaijj that you obUufWpljfe's- ' ? There (soothingIppinibetterctlcnlated lo rn*, igorate foe cpnatituft,» M'^flflr'a pclinapps. Wolfe's Schnapps is foe purest »nd bast stimulant, tonic, flmretip ft Posent Jjejfóps foe world. - * Invigorate foe system fifo. s Wolfed PFknwp* # m wnw m$ Ä»» attacks .The most smtaNe invigorant, stimplant, »nd protease isWdfe'a §/Bhn>pp3;'p^ pe genuine Wolfe's. rr Wolfe's Schnapps fs the greatest pfomj [ant and tonic w foe p...

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