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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889
Government Gazette. MINERAL LEASES. Land Office. Palmerston, May 23,1889. THE following list of Renta on Mineral Leases, which fall due at this Office on 1st July, 1889, is published for the information of those concerned. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. 7 50 64 67 68 69 P. A. Wright and J. P. Abbott do A. Bonnin & A. Harvey] jO. G. Millar [J. 0. Hillson, A. Hanns] M. O'Connor, J. Davis M. O'Connor 31 31 20 IO 0 IO 0 20 IO F. C. "WARD, Chief Clerk and Draughtsman. LEASES ON CREDIT. Land Office, Palmerston, May 23rd, 1889. THE following list of Rents on Credit Leases, which fall due at this Office on 1st July, 1889, is published for the information of those concerned. Pay- ments can be made in Palmerston, or at the Treasury, Adelaide. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. 9 Yee Wong 5 10 Adam Johns 3 11 0. W. Nash 3 12 J. C. Hillson 5 13 do 2 14 V. L. Solomon 2 15 M. S. Solomon 4 17 P. Saunders 8 18 H. W. H. Stevens 7 19 R. W. Bernard and H. G. Stow I 5 23 IV. L. ...
Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Fearful Disaster in America. The Bursting of a Reservoir and Destruction of 80,000 of the inhabitants. Damage to Property estimated at £25,000,000. A city and several towns and villages completely swept away. Mutilation of bodies by plunderers — Lynching by the Vigilance Committees. Renewed Disquiet in Europe — The Czar inviting a French alliance. Cholera at Madras — 1,500 Deaths weekly. Enormous Loss of Life at Hongkong. England asked to send Troops to Australia. Sydney Policeman shot dead. Opening of the S.A. Parliament. ADELAIDE, Jane 6. South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889
Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Fear fal Disaster in America. The Bursting of a Reservoir and Destruction of 80,000 of the inhabitants. Damage to Property esti- mated at £25,000,000. A city and several towns and villages completely swept away. Mutilation of bodies by plun- derers - Lynching by the Vigilance Committees. Renewed Disquiet in Europe - The Czar inviting a French alliance. Cholera at Madras -1,500 Deaths weekly. Enormous Loss of Life at Hongkong. England asked to send Troops to Australia. Sydney Policeman shot dead. Opening of the S.A. Parlia- ment. ADELAIDE, Jane 6. South Australia. A prominent English, preacher arrived here , by the mail steamer yesterday. He predicts that at the next general election in the United Kingdom there will be a sweeping Gladstonian majority, and asserts that Parnell, at the present moment, is the most popular man in England. Santley, the English singer, achieved a splendid success here last night in the oratorio of " Elijah." The...
Works of Reference for the Palmerston Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889
Works of Reference for the Palmerston Institute. The following useful and instructive books and pamphlets, thoughtfully col- lected by Mr. J. G. Knight at the late Exhibition in Melbourne, have been presented to the Institute, and might be studied with advantage by those who are interested in the resources of the Territory, especially with reference to" mining : Catalogue of the Exhibition ia general, with introductory chapters on the various courts. Volume of six hundred pages, on "The Wealth and Progress of New South Wales." Another bound volume of 560 pages, con- taining a catalogue of the exhibits of New South Wales. The Handbook of New Zealand Mines, with maps and illustrations. New Zealand catalogue, " " Crown Lands Guide. Catalogue of exhibits in the Queensland court. Catalogue of economic plants in Queens- land. The Mineral Wealth of Queensland. Queensland, a sketch by H. Courtonay Luck, F.R.G.S. Plants reported poisonous and injurious to stock in Queensland-(a very valu- ab...
Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 June 1889
Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. May 31-Gibb, Livingston & Co's s.s. I Afghan, Captain Thos. Golding, from Hongkong, Singapore, and Sourabaya, with 30 tons general cargo and no passengers 1?. ll. Allen & Co., agents. June 6-The s.s. Taiyuan, from Hong- kong, with 113 tons cargo and one passen- ger.-Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. SAILED. June 1-The s.s. Afghan for |Sydney and Melbourne, Tia Thursday Island. No passengers. Exports: 1 box records, C. & E. Millar-P. R. Allen & Co., agents. June 7-The s.s. Taiyuan, for southern ports. Passengers : Messrs. Lamonte, J. Fernandey, H. Rundle, J. Buddivant, C. Richardson, P. Sheriff, E. Bowes, A. Dube, T. H. Goode, Wm. French, and F. Lowrie. ^Exports: lG28oz gold, shipped hy Commercial Bank.-Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. MOVEMENTS. The s.s. Flinders arrived at Derby from Port Darwin on the 5th. The s.s. Catterthun arrived at Sydney on the 5th. The s.s. Menmuir left Hongkong on the 3rd and is due here ...
Northern Territory Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
Northern Territory Racing Club. The fellowing nominations were received by the Secretary on Thursday night: PALMERSTON CUP. Mr. J. D. Lamonte's Ruby lung Mr. R. Buckland's Joker Mr. K. Buckland's No Name Mr C. Haimes' Hilltop Mr. C. Haimes' Our Boy. FLYING HANDICAP. Mr. C. Haimes' Straight Shot. ,, " Our Boy Mr. R. Buckland's A'o Name ., " Joker Mr. J. D. Lamonte's Ruby Sing. RAILWAY STAKES. v Mr. W. Braitling's Hotspur Mr. R. Buckland's Joker " " No Name Mr. C. Haimes* Hilltop Straight Shot " " Our Boy Mr. T. O'Connor's Duke of Manchester. The nomination of Duke of Manchester i for the Railway Stakes was put iu late, but the consent of the other owners was giren I to the entry, and the Club hare therefore i acknowledged it. A Committee meeting of the Club was held at the Club Hotel on Thursday evening, June 13th. There were preseut Messrs. Y. V. Brown, A. G. Beresford, V. L. Solomon, J. Keenau, S. T. Browu, J. C. flillson, T. O'Connor, E. V. Browu, J. T. Bull, W. Wedd aud the Secre...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
PUBLIC MEETING. Arising out of the sensational disclo- sures with reference to the death of Marcus Baker at the Palmerston Hospi- tal, a public meeting, called by a requi-, sition from ratepayers, was held at the Town Hall on Monday evening last. The attendance was far and away the best we have seen at any such gathering for many years past, and as far as numbers go, there could not have been less than 150 persons present. In other ways the meeting was also peculiar, and the interest displayed' during the course of the proceedings amply testified to the feelings of the general public on the serious question brought forward for discussion. Still there was a very evident indecision displayed in the voting on the first resolution and the amendment, roany of those in the body of the Hall not troubling to record their opinions either one way or the other. Mr. Herbert H. Adcock, Chairman of the District Council, occupied the chair, md in addition to explaining the objects of the meeting, ...
English, & Foreign. London, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
English, ft Foreign. London, June 13. A large London committee has been appointed to collect fonds for the erection of a memorial to Father Damien, who nobly made sacrifice of his life whilst attending sufferers from leprosy at the Sandwich Islands A suggestion has been made that the Imperial Government should appoint a Commission to inquire into the prevalence of leprosy in British India. An article appears in the LANCET, urgiug that if leprosy is spreading, as alleged, in England's colonial possessions,- steps should be imme- diately taken by the State to ascer- tain the cause and endeavour to en- force some measures to pre veut further, infection. A debate in the House of Com- mons on the question of granting responsible government to the colony of Western Australia has resulted in a triumph for the opponents of that measure. The general tenour of the speeches was to the effect that the proposed concession was premature. The "London Times" "Pall Mall Gazette," and other leading j...
LEPROSY IN PALMERSTON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
sLEPEOSY IX PALMERSTON. To THE EDITOR. SIB,-Apart from a variety of side-issue that hare been introduced into this ques tion, it would be as weil for us to stud; carefully the real point at issue-Who wai to blame for the mun Marcus Baker re maiuing in the Palmerston Hospital aftei the nature of thc disease from which lu was suffering was ascertained. From ali I can gather there ure tire persons iuipli. cated-Drs. Wood and Bovill, the Govern- ment Resident, the Minister for the Territory, and the Colonial Surgeon, and i will take their action iu the matter in the order the case passed through their bauds : 1. The doctors. They reported the mattel to thc Government Resident in the orain ary course in the letter which speaks foi itself, and which appears in anothei column ; herein they did their plain duty. (2) The Government Jtesident. He re ceived the letter and forwarded it for the consideration of the Minister ; which was ms duty. (3) The Minister, being a non- professional man, fo...
OPEN COLUMN. DR. BOVILL V. THE GOVERNMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
OPEN COLUMN. LETTRES 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.] DR. BOVILL V. THE GOVERN- MENT. TO THE EDITOR. SIR-As you have considered the question of my resignation of sufficient importance to comment on it at length, and have further added the other side of the question, it may be interesting to you to know more about this matter. I will commence by stating that I have official despatches to continu all I have brought forward. Tf it will be of any interest I will publish the whole of my correspondence with the Govern- ment on this question. I have nothing whatever to do with the reported intention to close the hos- pital. lt is absolutely untrue that there ever was a bathroom here. In the kitchen block there are three rooms-a kitchen, a boys' room, and another room. If this is what is called a bathroom, I must point ou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
Government Gazette. MINERAL LI CEN/CES. Land Office, Palmerston, May 7th., 1889. THE following Mineral Licences will be treated as waste lands of the Crown unless an application for renewal is lodged iii this office within one month from date of expiry. ; \ ."f J. LANGDON PARSONS, ' ' ' . Government Rendent. No. of Applica- tion. ' Name of Applicant; ?Locality. Date of Expiiy of Licence - 661 665 G66 667 670 ,662 663 668 674' 675 676 677 678 679 685 686 687 688 689 690 691 692 706 693 7o7 R. D. Beresford & H. Roberts do J. Pickford H. H. Adcock H. Vickary W. D. Uhr R. M. Stow Walter Griffiths ,W. W. Andrews , , O.H.Rogers P.^Heyd'n. R. M; Stow G. M'Keddio S. T. Brown H. W. H. Stevens JcR. M. Stow! do «J- do J. CD. Jone3 J. Frayne and E. Nunn i/Pickford* , H. H. alcock J. C. Billson J. Fleming P. C. McDonald C. J. D. Lynott ' Hundred of Selwyn do Daly River N. of Mount] do [Hayward S. of Mount Shoobridge N. W. of Union Pros. Claiml do Near Port Darwin Camp) Howley District do...
Queensland. Brisbane, Jane 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
Queensland. Brisbane, Jane 13. Dillon, the Irish delegate, is hold- ing most successful meetings in the north of Queensland. At one meet- ing enthusiasm was raised to the extent of £400. On, the subject of Chinese restric- tion, the Premier asserts that the Government is prepared to defy the opposing dictation of the home authorities. Regarding the sugar industry, the Premier states that the Government is opposed to the further importation of cheap labour, but is anxious to assist its development by the carry- ing out of irrigation works or by other means. Mount Morgan has paid a further dividend, bringing the total up to £575,000 for the half year.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
THE NAME OP M. MOSS & CO ft WOLFE'S ÍSCHNAPPS. THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. ?W ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is ar goat relief of Rheumatism, infinitely superior to brandy or whisky. Invigorate the system with "Wolfe's ßcnapps, the purest stimulant in the world. Wolfe's Schnapps strengthens and braces up the system against disease. Bc sure you obtaiu Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception to thc spirits of the day. Always ask for Wolfe's, Wolfe's Schnapps is the most celebrated tonic and stimulant of this or any age. Be certain that you obtain Wolfe's, There is nothing known better calculated | to invigorate the constitution than Wolfe's Schnapps, Wolfe's Schnapps is thc purest and best stimulant, tonic, diuretic at present before the world. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Schnapps if you would avoid bilious attacks. The most suitable invigorant, stimulant, and protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain the genuine Wolfe's, Wolfe's Schnapps is the gre...
Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
Shipping. PORTDARWIN. ARRIVED. . Jone 14-The s.s. Menmuir from Hong* Kong, with 60 tons cargo and two Japanese and 1 Chinese passenger.-V. V. Brown, agent. SAILED. June ll-The s.s.; Adelaide, for the Macarthur Biver Tii~ports. 25 tons cargo and the following passengers : Ber. Father O'Brien, Meurs. J. Watson, E.. Wall, and Thomson, four blockboys 'and one China man.-Aplin, Brown'i Co.? agents. , MOVEMENTS. The s.s. Catterthun left Sydney on the 13th for Pprt Darwin, i
LICENSING BENCH.. TUESDAY, JUNE 11TH (Before Mr. Justice Pater, Chairman, J. A. G. Little, and Dr. Wood, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
LICENSING BENCH.. TÜESDAY, JUXE 11TH. (Before Mr. Justice Pater, Chairman, A. Gr. Little, aud Ur. Wood, J's.P.) The following business was transacted : ! New Publicans and Billiard Licence Frederick i'earce, Maude Creek. Cor ; poral Waters withdrew his objection to. ; the house nut being completed, and trus : licence was grunted but not to issue till ¡ the police report the building finished. j Trausfer of Publicans Licence - F. I Bushell to Herald Hackett, Macarthur j liiver Hotel, .Borroloola. Grunted. I New Storeke-pers Licence - Henry ! Elliott, Pine Creek. Corporal Waters [ opposed this application and the matter 1 was adjourned until next quarterly meet j ¡ug of ihe Licensing Bench. * I Slaughtering Licence1*-Gerald Hacké. t» ! Borroloola; Jouu (j »Higher, Borroloola. ! Granted. j Thomas Evan? deposited plans of Play : ford Club Hotel, Pine Creek. Received.
Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889
.Monday next is the day appointed for nominating three new District Councillors. Dr. Percival Ternan has been appointed to succeed Dr. Bovill at Burrundie. It is stated that instructions have been given to recommence work at the Spring HUI Gold Minc. The "Japan excursion" steamer Men- muir arrived yesterday, and was to leave for southern ports this morning. At Mr. Otto Brandt's Plantation the crop of cane to be put through the mill this season will be taken off thirteen acres. Thursday, the 20th, being the anniver- sary of the Queen's accession to the throne, is gizetted as a public holiday. News from the Howley reports that at the Gladstone'Company's tin mine at the Cosmopolitan they are opening upà third shaft and getting grand ore. A party of mining men and others are to leave here this evening in the steamer Maggie to pay a visit to the Bynoe Har- bour tin mines. It will be seen from our. telegrams that 'the Government have been going into the question of our. promised, lighthou...