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My-country Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). HOWLEY. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 5 October 1889

^Ip-çoiintru §[ulcII¡Qcmc. (From our Correspondents). HOWLEY. September 30. There is little in tho way of news to report from this locality. To-tlay Jemmy McCallum, T. Barnes, and E. Diemand have pegged oh" a claim adjoining the German's claim on the south, and I hope we shall liavc some moro Europeans here shortly. Bischoff and ¡party (the German's claim) have 50 tons of stone at grass, that can bc safely estimated to give an average yield of from 3 to 4 ounces to the ton j they have ono shaft dowu 50 feet-15 feet below water level-and from this they are at present raising by far tlic richest stone they have yet got on the claim ; the reef at this level runs about nine inches thick. Five or six months ago they crushed fifty tons from this claim, at thc Howley battery, for a return of a little over 2ozs. to the ton. O'Neil's claim is situated some five hundred yards north of Bischofl's; he is at present raising some middling fail' stone. FLORA BELL. October 3. There is not much to w...

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 — 5 October 1889

Government Gazette. Maps and Charts, Land Office, Palmerston, August 21, 1889. npHE undermentioned Maps, Charts, JL and Acts of Parliament can be obtained at this office : M.IP OF THE NORTHERS TERRITORT, SllOW ing puns. Saale, 1G miles to an inch. Priée £'1, separate sheets 7s. ßd. PLAN showing natural features of tho country, towns, reserves, roads and sectional lands. nt and in the vicinity of Port Darwin. Price 5s. PLAS showing naturul features of the trigonometrical survey, N.T. Price 2s. Cd. GKNKRAL PLAN showing Port Darwin Telegraph line. Price 2s. Gd, PLAN OF ADELAIDE AND PORT DARWIN TELEGRAPH LINE in sheets. Scale 20 miles to an inch. Price 2s. each, as follows: Sheet (1) Palmerston to the King ; (2) The King to Powell's Creek Station; (3) Tho Tomkinson to the Woodforde; (I) The Woodforde to Charlotte Waters Station. Mu. WINNECKK'S EXPLORATIONS between Herbert Uiver, Alice Springs, and Ten- nants Creek. Price 3s. JVIU- FAVENC'S EXPLORAFIONS during 1878 «J, 1882r3. Priep 2s. ...

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UNION REEFS. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

UNION REEFS. October 2. Since my last advice the crushings at the battery have been as under : Tons. oz. dw No. IN. Lady Alice... 9h ll 8 No. 6 8. Union ... ... IO 14 O No.8S.L-jdy Alice ... 16 22 3 No. 2 N. Lady Alice... 10 12 8 451 . 59 19 About loz. 6dwts. to the ton! - At No. 10 South the battery has now been running a fortnight, and ia doing its work well, but I can't give you- any information as to the yield. I hear Mr. Albert will start his battery next week, so that we may hope to soon have our output of gold materially increased.

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My-country Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). PINE CREEK. October 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

3p|HPiinfi¡g ^nteHinrnct. (From our Correspondents). PIKE CREEK. October 5th. Mr. W. Marstin has been appointed to take charge of the Ah Chin C M. Company's property. At present the shaft is down about 75ft in splendid working ground, and is expected to go about 150ft before striking the lode. Things in general are very dull up here. No water for crushing, although Mr. Jensen has just put through a few tons of good stuff for a satisfactory yield of gold. Host Evans has commenced to cater for the wants of the public in the fine hotel erected by him. much loading is being taken from here to Maude Creek, principally for Chinese I hear. Under date October 4th Mr. T. Gosh manager Pine Creek Prospecting and Mining Co., writes : " I am breaking down the quartz in the Sultana and can see gold in the stone in the breaking down. I have from 12 to 13 tons in the paddock at the present time. I am also sinking in the Enter- prise in two places. I have got a little gold in the two shafts in the E...

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MAUDE CREEK. September 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

MAUDE CREEK. September 27. Sir-Our reefs here are getting unin- teresting owing to the mysterious work- ing of the battery, and even our most sanguine mine owners are disgusted with the battery management generally. I will now point out some items of mis- management which, in a reasonable country and with a reasonable manager, would be remedied long before now. The crushing charges, to start with, are much too heavy, viz., 27s. per ton, and I feel sure that crushing would pay hand- somely (if rightly managed) at say 22s. per ton. But this is not by any means the worst item claimholdcrs have to contend with here. The loss of gold, which should be saved by any ordinary battery, is of far greater importance. I may mention in connection with this, that although this battery has been on tho ground about sixteen months, and working on public stone for about seven months, the proprietors can only supply No. ll screens, equal to 121 holes to the inch ; these screens are pronounced to be alm...

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The Sportsman. Derby Annual Race Meeting. (By our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

I Barby Annual Race Meeting. (By our Correspondent.) The West Kimberley Turf Club held their annual race meeting at Derby on the 24th and 25th September, and tho Committee, Stewards, and their energetic hon. secretary, are all deserving of high compliment for the great success of the meeting. The results were as follows : Maiden Plate of £25, w.w.f.a., one milo. Mr. A. M'Kinlay's bm No Name. lOst «lbs . (Corbett) 1 MK Felix Elgar's br g Vulcan, löst 121bs ... (Pitzherbert) 2 Mr. W. Lukîn's b g Electric. lOst 9lbs . (Harslet) 3 Other starters : H. Button's Venture. lOst 121bs (Perry). A. M'Keown's Doubtful lOat 12lbs (Martin). Vulcan led for three-quarters of a mile, when No Name went to the front and won easily. Time, lm 55sec. Handicap Hurdle Race of £35, with a sweep of £2 to go to second horse. Mile and a half. Mr. R. Button's Jack, list 12lbs (Button) 11 Mr.P.E. Larkins b h Kelpie, list I (A. McPherson) 2 Mr. P. Edgar's Vulcan, lOst 12Iba (Fitzhcrbert)-- 3 Other starters : C. Mc...

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New Zealand. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

Hew lealano. October 9. The revenue for the year is ex ! peeled to show a surplus over expen- diture of £200,000. j The captain of H.M.S. Egeria reports having annexed thirteen islands near the Phoenix Group.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

POUT DARWIN-X. TERRITORY. Customs Returns for the Quarter ended September! 30, 1889. REVENUE. Port Darwin- ¿ s. d Duties . 980a 2 o Fees, fines, and forfeitures io 6 7 Certificate of register .. .. io o Repacking. 50 i 0811 3 7 Port MacArthur- ¡t Duties .197 3 10 Charlotte Waters Station Duties .118 13 7 Cammoweal Station Duties . 85 3 s Gross revenue.10212 4 2 Less drawback and re- payments .. ..¿t5o 3 7 " exchange .. .. 4 5 8 154 9 3 Total net revenue.10057 14 ti IMPORTS. Great Britain.2225 o o South Australia .12071 o o Victoria.213 o o New South Wales.20366 . o Queensland.2024 o o West Australia.2755 o o Hongkong .11715 o o Ceylon. io o o Germany .311 o o Japan. 600 Total niue of imports .. .. S1696 o o EXPORTS. Great Britain. 2377 o o South Australia . 1857 o o Victoria. .. 433> °"° New South Wales. 160:9 o o Queensland. 4039 o o West Australia .. .. ... 2B35 o o Hongkong . 2339 o o Singapore . 121 o o Java. 10-0 Total value of exports .. .. 334*9 o o IMMIGRATION A EMIGRATIO...

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Western Australia Perth, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

Wertem Australia Perth, October 9. ! The revenue for the quarter ended September shows an increase of £6000 on the corresponding period < of last year.

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Legal Informations. POLICE COURT. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

POLICE COURT, (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9TH. William Isaiah Harrod, charged with attempting to travel in the steamer Guthrie without paying his fare, pleaded not guilty. V. V. Brown testified that when the defendant was asked for his ticket he failed to produce one and said he was not going away, but he immediately ran and locked himself in the water closet. He refused to come out until the captain ordered the door to be taken down. Defendant then declined to go ashore, and the police were sent for and took him in charge. Fined £5 and 5s costs or one month's imprisonment with hard labour. Ah Joe and Ah Hoo, charged with assaulting Lie On, and a counter action against Lie On for assaulting Ah Joe, were withdrawn on the application of counsel.

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Victoria. Melbourne October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

Tietori». Melbourne October 10. There were five thousand exhibits at the great baby show, and thirty thousand visitors. The affair was a decided success.

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDENT. Victoria's young Governor. A foolhardy voyage. Novel strike Fatal steamship explosion on Mississippi. O'Connor & Searle—another match. Gales, shipwrecks, and terrible loss of life on the English and Irish coast. Retrenchment in the N.T. Sydney Parliament again— Disgraceful scenes. South Australia. Adelaide, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORESPONDENT. Victoria's young Governor, A foolhardy voyage. Hovel strike Fatal steamship explosion on Mississippi. O'Connor fc Searle-another match. Gales, shipwrecks, and ter- rible loss of life on the English and Irish ooast. Retrenchment in the H.T. Sydney Parliament again Disgraceful scenes. South Australia. Adelaide, October 9. Judge Norris, from Calcutta on leave of absence, is here on a visit, j An important mining case has just been concluded before Judge Bun- j dey, whose decision is that a mining ; manager, although receiving weekly : wages, is entitled to three months' ; : notice of dismissal nnless otherwise stipulated for. A youth has just been arrested in Melbourne for stealing one of three £100-notes recently lost in this city. A long letter appears in the REGISTER from Mr. W. E. Adcock, quoting the alleged slanderous por tiona of the Supreme Court judg- ment of December last. He says he will publish the opinions of the leading counsel ...

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English & Foreign. London, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

English * Foreign. London. October 9. Earl Hopetoun, the new Victorian Governor, speaking at a farewell banquet given in his honour by the citizens of Edinburgh, denied the truth of a statement which had been published to the effect that he had accepted the colonial appoint- ment on the score of ill health, in the hope the sea voyage and change of elimata would prove beneficial. He said he accepted the position solely from a sense of duty. He intended to identify himself with the interests and pleasures of the colonists. He thought that Victoria, being a young colony, would surely give a hearty welcome to so youthful a governor. The English Church and the Lon* don TIMES and other leading English journals, support the Bishop of Adelaide's protest against the irre- gular appointment of the colonial Primate, Smith, and urges that a fresh election take place. The newly appointed Primate has not lost any time ; whilst the wrangle has been proceeding anent the legality of his appointment,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

Post Office and Telegraph Department. Port Darwin, X.T., Septomber 23rd, 1889. Time Table-Inland Mails. PALMERSTON AND PINE CREEK. (Three times per weet by train.) Commencing on Monda}', Septcmbar 30tliv 1889. Pal'erston : Mad closes : Monday } Wednesday > 7 a.m.. Friday ) Howley Creek-Arr.: Monday} Wednesday > 1.47 p.un Friday) Burrundie-Arr.: Monday "Î Wednesday > 3. lil p.m. Friday J Pine Creek-Arr.: Monday \ Wednesday j 4.42 p.Hi Frida v J R F. T V R >T. Pine Creek-Mail close's : Tuesd'y} Thursday > 7 a.m. Saturday ) Burrundio -Mail closes : Tucsdav *) 0 on Thursday Í f"W Saturday J a m' Howley Ck-Mail closes: Tuesday} Thursday > 10 a.m Saturday j Palmerston-Arr.: Tuesday ") Thursday > 4.42 p m Saturday) Late letter bags are carried on the trains running between Palmerston and Pine Creek. Letters for despatch in thu lalo letter bags must bear in stamps a fe» of twopence each in addition to thc ordinary postage. The late letter bags are opened at Palmerston, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

Government Oâtzotte. Maps and Charts. ? Land Office, Palmerston; Jpiguat 21, 1889. THE undermentioned Maps, Charts,) and Acts of Parliament can be obtained at thia office :- | MAP OF THE NORTHERN TEBBITOBY, show.; ing rum. Scale/16 miles to an iauh. Price £1, separate sheets 7s. 6d. . PLAN showing natural features, of theil country, towns/ reserres, road« andi : sectional lands, at and in the vicinity of ;] Port Darwin. Price 5s. ' PLAS showing natural features..of .the -:- trigonometrical surrey; "N.T/. Price' ; 2s.6d. . ;> ;\--' GENERAL PLAIT showing7 Port Darwin .Telegraph line. Price 2si 6d, PLAN OP ADELAIDE AND PO»T DARWIN - TELEGRAPH XIUÍE in sheets. Scale 20 1 miles to an inch. Price 2s. : each, as j - follows : Sheet (1) Palmerston to the King ; (2) The King_ to Powell's Creek ; Station ;* (3) The Tomkinson to the Woodforde; (4) The Woodforde to Charlotte Waters Station. MB. WINNKCKE'S EXPLORATIONS between Herbert Uiver, Alice Springs,' and Ten; nant's Creek. Price 3s. '....

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Oct 4-The s.s. Chingtu, from Hong- kong, with 2 passengers and 70 tons cargo. -Aplin, Brown & Co., agents, ff Oct. 5-Thé sai- Flinders, 297 tons, Capt. Dingle, from Adelaide, ria western ports. ' 4 passengers.-Bundle Bros. &4Co. agents. October 8-The s.s. Guthrie, from Hongkong, with. 80 tons cargo and 2 Chinese passengers-V. V. Brown, agent. October 9-The s.s. Changsha, from Hongkong, with 30 tons cargo. No passengers-'Aplin, Brown &. Co., agents. October 10-The s.s. Adelaide from Wyndham, with two passengers.-Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. -SAILED. Oct 5-The s.s. Chingtu, for southern ports. Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Green and 5 children, Miss Young, Miss Green, and 26 others. Export: 1629oz gold, shipped by Commercial Bank. Oct. 6-The s.s.-Flinders, for Adelaide, with one passenger and 3 tons cargo from this port.? Oct 9-The s.s. Guthrie, for southern ports, with 23 passengers, and the follow- ing exports : 60 ton...

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New South Wales. Sydney, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

New South Wales. Sydney, October 9. Disgraceful scenes are again taking   place in Parliament. Crick, mem- ber for Macquarie, called the reverend Premier a "craven hound," remarked, " you cannot blacken the devil," and added, "the Parkes Government and its supporters are Orange hounds " Crick also bullied the Speaker in similar choice phraseology. The speaker's candour produced a considerable uproar, and ended in his arrest and confinement, after which the business of the House was proceeded with. The Rev. Tenison Woods died on Monday last. His funeral took place to-day, and was very largely attended

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District Council of Palmerston. OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

District Council of Palmerston. OCTOBER 8. Present-Crs. H. H. Adcock (Chair- man), T. H. Harwood, and S. T. Brown. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Dr. P. M. Wood forwarded his resig- nation as Medical Officer to the Board of Health, and at the same time urged upon them the necessity of the several sanitary improvements jthat were re- quired for the benefit of the town and the health ol the residents; also re- minding- the Board of liability and danger of the introduction of infectious diseases from eastern ports. Resolved that the resignation be accepted, and that the thanks of the Board be conveyed to Dr. Wood for the valuable advice that had been gratuit ously given during the time he had held the position of Medical Officer, and that the Board appreciate very much the advice and suggestions contained in the letter of resignation. - I Resolved that the Clerk wait upon Mr. James, Resident Engineer, ? in re- ference to the condition of Bennett street. An Eng...

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

Latest from the Eureka : lOloz gold from 232 tons stone. The Mercantile & Agency Company hold a salo of railway material this afternoon. Tenders are being called for a five years' mail service between Borroloola and Camooweal. Baron Rothschild has become a share- holder in Mount Morgan 20,000 shares cost him £170,000, or £8 10s. each. Dr. Wood left on Thursday in the s.s. Changsha. Before his departure the doctor was entertained on two or three occasions semi-privately by admiring friends. Through the courtesy of Mr. T. A. Parkhouse, accountant of the Railway Department, we are able to show that the receipts from the Palmerston and Pine Creek Railway for the week ended October 5th amounted to £303. It is reported that smelting operations are about to be renewed at the Eveleen Silver Mine, and that an experienced smelter is now on bis way here from Queensland to take charge of that de- partment at tho mine. An accident happened at the Daly River cattle station a few days ago ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889

THE ÄAMEj-OF M. I^ ij&'^à.;, ¿ THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. TS ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is a r geat relief of Rheumatism, infinitely superior lo brandy or whisky« - ?:?Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Scuapps, the purest stimulant in the world. Wolff's Schnapps strengthens and braces 'up, thc,system against disease. Be sure you obtain Wolfe s. . ? Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception tó'ihe spirits of the day.: Always as* for ?Wolfe'a, ' vV. « * 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 the purest and best stimulant, tonic, diuretic at present before 'the* world. ¿ Invigorate ,the system ;with Wolfe's .Schnapps if . you ? would avoid bilious X-'àçk». " , , ' --The most 'suitable invigoranr, stimulant, and protective ia Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain the" gêiftùoe...

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