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My-country Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). EVELEEN. September 20th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

^U-Éûtiiilrii Jiitflligfiiie. (From our Correspondents). EVELEEN. .September 20t«. ¡ No doubt news from the principal mining centres is eagerly looked for by a large section of the community, as our settlement is almost entirely dependent upou its mines, believing this to bc the case, I forward you a few rough notes respecting doings in this quarter in the hope they will prove of interest. I will commence with the Eveleen, as being the oldest established mine in this locality. Captain Richards is doing his level best to make the Eveleen a payable property, and from the show of ore he has at grass (about 800 tons) things seem to be going ahead ; in my opinion this 800 tons of ore, principally consisting of galena, will turn out a large quantity of bullion, say 500 tons, which should be as good if not better than the last smelting. Mr. Crichton is the name of the gentleman who is ex- pected up to act as boss smelter, and if lie sustains the íeputation he has gained,, south things shou...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 September 1889

HIE .ÏTorth Australian NEWSPAPER AMI <5öiTrnmcul faselte l> Published every SATURDAY MORNING, at . Palmerston, Northern Terri ton South Australia, Ami i> Wry Intensively Circulated in Palmerston, Port Darwin Camp, Union, Fine Creek, Yam Creek, Twelve-Mile, Howley, Maude Creek, alli "ibiT populated parn of t he Northern Territory And also on the North-west Coast (W.A) and throughout Southern Colonies. IT CONTA TXS .al New» I .it est Telegrams Shipping Upcountry Mining And General Neus Exchange Clippings Business Advertisements Government Clarette Advts. {tc. Sa.-. &c A» w ell as a FOUUTEES - COLUMN Containing a varied assortment of highly interesti:ig reading matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Ter quarter, in advance, 5».; if booked, is. l'er annum, in advance, ¿1 ; if Looked, ¿1 4s. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : Half inch, yt.: one inch, ss.; births, marriage-, anil deatlis, 5s. each. Suitable reductions made on advertisement? appearing f»r a number nf issues. Contrac...

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

Government Gazette. GOLD MINING LEASES. Crown Lands Office, Palmenton, 6th August, 1889. THE following list of Rents on Gold Mining Leases, which fall due at J this office on 1ST OCTOBER, 1889, is pub- lished for the information of those 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 -231 232 233 234 235 236 237 "238 239 210 241 242 243 244 246 '248 249 -£50 251 252 253 254 ¿255 256 257 258 259 ?£60 261 262 263 '264 265 266 Ping Que ! J. L. Noltenius W.K. Griffiths |J. L. Noltenius and J. Johnston G. L. Barrett & others [O. Jensen do A. Johns M. Kirwan and W. H. Summers M. Kirwan and others do do John Thomas ¡T. A.Barnesi; J. Thomas! H. Fawcett |A. ¿Baxter A; A. E. Jolly do E. Elphick do .Walter Griffiths do ¡J. Seymour, T- Barnes,] ana J. Thomas P. 0. McDonald and A. A. Gallagher B. Muraby C. -WÏ Hughes A. G. D. Beresford [T. Ga...

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Miscellaneous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

An interesting event (says the Aus- tralasian) recently took place at (he Kew gardens, namely, the flowering of a very remarkable plant-the Amorpho phallus titanum. which was discovered in Western Sumatra by Dr. ll.iccari. The doctor, writing in 1873, speaks of his discovery as a gigantic aroid, and says that the tuber of one which was dug up was nearly five feet in eircnm I fèrence, and that two men who tried to I carry it fell down, the tuber hciug broken. A seedling, shaped like au olive, of a bright red colour, and au inch and a half long, was presented to thu Kew gardens, where its progress has been watched with great interest. Year by year it grew and flourished, until in the present year it had attained a cir- cumference of 4ft. 8in., a diameterof 1ft Gin., a depth of lOin., and a weight of 571b. Early in May the flower hagan to push out, growing nt the rate of first au inch a day, but this rate of progress rapidly increased, until in second- week of June it rose and swelled ...

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P.D.R.C. Team. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

P.D.R.C. Team. F Becker, junr.. 15 22 17 54 F. C. Ward . 19 20 13 52 F. Becker, senr.... 19 20 12 51 S. AUiston . 20 16 14 50 J. A. G. Little. 19 17 12 48 X. Waters . 21 12 ] 3 40 F. L. Marchant. 24 14 G 44 Weston.. 18 14 9 41 O.Stewart. 18 13 8 39 E. Smith. 12 15 6 33 Totals-185, 103, 110=158.

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LETTERS. YOUR CONTEMPORARY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

LEITERS. LETTERS to tue Editor must be conched in respectful and simple language and as concise as possible. Tn every case the writer's name is required, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] YOUR CONTEMPORARY. TO TUE EDITOR. Sm-T must thank Mr. Solomon for five things in his last leading article. 1. For admitting he was wrong in saying that a general enquiry into hospi tal management was demanded. 2. For starting a new theory that tho spirit of the meeting and the tenor of the speeches was in favour of a general enquiry, a point on which every common sense man who attended the meeting will form an opinion adverse to Mi*. Solomon. For giving the S.A. Government / credit for not only being able to judge von mattel's communicated to them, but also on theories which were never ex- pressed. 4. Eor setting up and knocking down an Aunt Sally which 1 never oven thought of, much loss mentioned in my letter, viz.. that I had " carefully quoted a small portion of...

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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

Eiße Match. The return match between a team of teu officers and men of lt. M.S. Rambler and ten members of the Port Darwin Rifle Club, took place at the range on Saturday last, September 28th, 1889. The previous match was fired on July 7th, 1888, on which occasion thc local team won by 51 points. On the present occasion moro than usual interest was manifested, as rumour was rife of one or more Wimbledon crack shots being included in the " Rambler'* team ; this evidently put the local shots on their metal, the shooting all round being of a much higher order than at any previous match. The first shot was fired shortly before 11 o'clock, and at the conclusion of the shooting at the 200 yards range the local team were leading by 14 points. At the" 400 yards range this lead was further increased to 31 points; audit was not until the 600 yards range was reached that the visitors managed to reduce the number by 18, thus leaving the Port Darwin Rifle Club winners by 16 points. At the lunch ...

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AN ACTIVE VOLCANO IN OUR INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

AN) -ACTIVE "VOLCANO IN OUR ! INTERIOR. The report-recently brought to Adel- aide by a mounted trooper from the district near the Macdonnell Ranges, to the effect that the. natives told him of the existence of an active volcano some distance beyond Alice Springs, in tho Northern Territory, has been to some extent confirmed by the well-known Australian explorer, David Lindsay, who has just returned to Adelaide from a trip to the back country. The trooper (WiHsliire) who reported the matter in the first instance, saw a volume of black smoke curling away across the plains when he was making into Alice Springs from one of the outlying stations, and he at once questioned' thc natives in regard to it. From them he learned of, the existence of thc volcano. Mr. Lindsay: did not happen to see the smoke himself when he passed through j the territory more recently, but all thu j natives confirmed the reports-previously given by tho trooper Willslurc. The subject is naturally provoking consider...

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English & Foreign. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

English & Foreign. October 2. Tho Archbishop bf Canterbury has decided to defer the consecration of Oanon Smith as -Bishop of Sydney till he has an opportunity of inspect- ing the protest from the Australian Bishop, who object' owing to alleged irregularity of appointment and other ' grounds. { Gladstone, in delivering a speech before tho English Sunday Obser- vance Conference! now sitting iu London, attributes his longevity, his general robust health, and the unim- paired condition of his. mental faculties, to his rigid abstinence, throughout a long public career, from Sunday labour in any form-he said he had literally taken it as a day of rest. Another great strike is in full swing, the dock labourers at Rotter- dam having demanded an extra threepence per hour wages. The leaders of the movement have ap- | plied to the English working men for assistance, and Burns, the j Socialist, on behalf of the latter;'has forwarded the sum of three hundred : pounds. The movement is not...

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Western Australia October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

Western Australia October 2. Tho Irwin coalfield is turning out a splendid success, both a3 to quality and quantity. Streeter, tho London gem mer- chant, has arrived here on a visit of inspection of the pearl fisheries. He iuteuds proceeding to Adelaide and probably the other principal centres of Australia.

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Outrage by Blacks at the Victoria River. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

Outrage by:Blacks at the Victoria River. On Tuesday last Mr. H. W. H. Stevens received a telegram from the Katherine River informing him of the j committal of another outrage by aborigi ! nals in the Victoria River district. The message, though brief, contained the fact that a man named .Thomas Hardy, who is well-known here, had been dangerously speared in the right-breast. The natives appear to have taken advan- tage of the temporary absence of the other station hands (who were away mustering), and made their attack 'on Hardy while he was in the hut alone. He seems to have had sufficient time after the spearing to barricade the hut ! and thus prevent the blacks having him entirely at their mercy, and in this way he waited until the return of his mates, who did not show up for three clays. Immediately upon receiving thc wire Mr. Stevens arranged for a, vessel to go to the Victoria for Hardy, who was reported to be in a very dangerous con- dition in consequence of the spear-head havi...

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Victoria. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

Victoria. October 2. Garottings aticl burglaries aro the order of tho day, and scarcely a night passes without a case of one or the other being reported. -Thc now Governor is bringing a large retinue with him, and states his intention to keep up a- state worthy of tho grand colony to which he has been appointed. The revenue for the quarter ending September is 2,120,000, a decrease 'of £57,000 on the corresponding quarter of last year. Archdeacon Julius, of Ballarat, has been elected to fill tho position of Bishop of Christchurch, N.Z.

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New South Wales. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

New South Wales. Octoocr 2. Tho revenue foi* the quarter ending September is £2,270,000, an increase of £30,000 on same quarter last year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

'ITorth Australian' KEW SP APIS K ^iircrmacyt <rj;nrilc ta Published every SATURDAY MORNING, al Palmerston, Northern Territory South Australia, And L> Very Extensively Circulated in Palmerston, Port Darwin Camp, Union. Pine Creek, Yam Creek, Twelve-Mile, Howley, Maude Creek, and alli other populated part* of t he Northern Territory And also on the North-west Coast ( W. A) and throughout Southern Colonies. TT CONTAIN* Local News Latest Telegrams Shipping Upcountry Mining And General News Exchange Clippings Business Advertisements Government Gazette Advts. Sc. S.e. &c iOUUTEEX . COLUMN Containing a varied assortment of highly interesting reading matter.. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION . Per quarter, in advance, 5s.; if booked, 6s. Per annum, in advance, £1 ; ii booked, £1 4s. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : Half inch, 3s.; one inch, 55.; births, marriages, and Heaths, 5s. each. Suitable reductions made on advertisements appearing for a number of issues. Contract advertisements tak...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

||fo shrill ^nstralron. and Xorthern Territory Government Gazette. 1 RID AY, OCTOBER 4, 1889. I THO opening of the Palmerston and Pine Creek railway on Monday last is a circumstance that we must con- gratulate ourselves upon. It marks an epoch in the history of the country that we can record but once, inasmuch that it is the first line of railway constructed in the Territory. The majority of our readers have perhaps a perfect know- ledge of the unceasing advocacy, the tireless urgings of Press and people, and the constant agitation both in Parlia- ment and out of it, which were necessary to secure the passing of the Bill pro- viding for its construction But there is one centre figure prominent above all others in the circle of champions of this meritorious undertaking, and that figure is the Hon. J. L. Parsons, our present Government Resident. What- ever his bitter opponents may now say of his qualifications as a Résident» the most uncharitable of his enemies must admit that in rega...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Sept 28-Thc barque Islaui.1 City, from I j Newcastle, with GOD tons coal for Millar Bros:-Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. Sept 30-The s.s. Adelaide, from Wynd- I ham, with two passengers. SAILED. October 3-The s.s. Adelaide, for Wyndham, with four passengers, and a quautity of machinery and sundries. MOVEMENTS. The s.s. Changsha left Hongkong on the evening of 30th Sept. The s.s. Flinders left Derby on Tuesday for Port Darwin. The s.s. Airlie arrived at Sydney from Hongkong on the 30th September.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

'.THE .NJOTJB OV 'M. 'MOS ; à CO. WOLFE'S __ÍJÍ!i!H'C*ir ft >-rt THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. IS ON E.VEKY GENUINE BOTTLE "Tl^OLPfi'S SCHNAPPS is a r geat I \\ relief pf- Rheumatism, infinitely superior, to brandy or whisky. ' ! Invigorate, the, sy.ste.rn. with Wolfe's Sc-nápp's, the purest stimulant in. the vrorld. Wo] fe's Schnapps strengthens and braces up the system' against disease. Be'sure ypti obtain Wolfe's! Wp^e/s Schnapps is a, pablo, exception to fbe'spirits of the day. AÍways ask for \v#v* "' ' ' .' " * Wolfe's Schnapp? is the.rn.ost celebrated t|oni^'ántd °stim^lá.nt bf this or. any age.' "Be. çertàin'that you obtamVfciliga/ There is nothing lmo^^te^.qJraj|«tçd to fnvigoróte, t^e constitution than yV'oIfe's j âvlùiàpps. ' . '" .' " Wolfe* Schnapps is the purest and best ?tiin\d:i^ tonic, diuretic at present b^fcre the world:" " . ' " "* Invigorate, the, sysjem with Wolfe's Schnapps if- ypii 'wpuï^ a^óid, "fcilíóus àtljtéks.1. The most suitable invigorant, st^mu...

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

i ¡The barque Island City arrived from Newcastle on Saturday last with a full cargo of coal for Millar Uros. It is reported that thc Terminus Hotel has found a new landlord in Mr. S. Budgen, who is well known amongst old residents of the Territory. Wc have been requested to state that the departure of tho s.s. Adelaide for McArthur River and ports will be delayed until after the arrival of the Taiyuan from southern ports. The s.s. Adelaide relumed from Wyndham on Monday last. There being another cargo to take to tho Gulf, the steamer was immediately loaded again and started back on Wednesday. A portion of the Copperfield copper ore will bu shipped away by .steamer, ami the remainder is to be taken by tho barque Island City. The railway was duly taken over by the Government authorities on Monday without any fuss or flow of diam., and there was not even a free excursion to mark the unusual event. Dr. Teruau, medical officer at Burrundie, commenced his femporary duties in town this wee...

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Death of Mr. E.H. Whitelaw. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

Death of Mr. E. H. Whitelaw. Much astonishment and sincere regret were expressed by the numerous friends of Mr. E. H. Whitelaw when it became known on Tuesday evening that he had died suddenly. The circum- stances of his death are that on the evening mentioned at about 8 o'clock the deceased gentleman was seated amongst a number of friends on the veranda of Mr. H. W. H. Stevens's residence, when suddenly he rose up, took Mr. Stevens by the hand and walked to the rear of the building,   where, after saying "Good-bye," he im- mediately sank down again dead, almost   in the arms of his dearest friend. One of the party immediately ran out for a doctor, but there was never any hope from the first, as from the quantity of blood that ran from him it was evident a blood-vessel had been burst internally, and that his case was beyond the skill of human science. Both Dr. Wood and Dr. Barnes saw the deceased soon after. Kind friends tended the body, and pre- pared it f...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDENT. Gladstone's Secret Another dock strike—rioting —crowd charged by police— several people wounded Australian respresentatives in Paris receive an ovation. Downfall of Gen. Boulanger Turkish barbarities—widespread indignation Divorce cases Romance in a lunatic asylum Miscellaneous rubbish. South Australia. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

Telegraphic News. FROM OUIt OWN* CORRSPONDEXT. Gladstone's Secret Another dock strike-rioting -crowd charged by police several people wounded, Australian respresentatives in Paris receive an ovation. Downfall of Gen, Bonlanger Turkish barbarities - wide- spread indignation Divorce cases Romance in a lunatic asylum Miscellaneous rubbish. South Australia. October 2. The Governors of the several Aus- tralian colonies have received a des- patch froth Downing-street for pre- sentation to the respective Parlia- ments, in reply to the recent recom- mendations re the colonists being allowed to have a voice in the ap- pointment of Governors. The des- patch states that thelmperial Govern- ment is unable to see the expediency of making a change in the Constitu- tion in the direction referred to. A notification has been received from the Bombay Government to the effect that the heir presumptive Rana of Porbandai* Kathiawar-will shortly honour this city with a visit. Sir William Robiuson will pa...

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