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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889
8 3 PS C » if THE 'North. Australian' NEWSPAPER &lt;§0vei;iinitut Raseur ls Published everj- FRIDAY MORNING, at Palmerston, Northern Territory South Australia, And is Very Extensively Circulated in Palmerston, Port Darwin Campi 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 Exchange Clippings Business Advertisements Government Gazette Advts. &c. &c. &c As «-ell as a FOURTEEN - COLUMN SUPPLEMENT. Containing a varied assortment of highly interesting reading matter. ? 5 .-: _ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Fer quarter, in advance, 5s.; if booked, Cs. Fer annum, in-advance, £1 ; if booked, £1 4s. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : Half inch, 3s.; one inch, 5s.; births, marriages, and deaths, 5s. each. Suitable reductions made on advertisements app...
The North Australian, and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 October 1889
fyht perfil ¿¡In sf ral ia a. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. F|tIDAy,.-OCTOBERi.lL 1889. IT is now common knowledge that there will shortly be some radical changes in the Civil Service adminis- tration of the Northern Territory, bot as yet the information to hand is imperfect, and it does not define exactly how. .these-changes are to be wrought. One thing, however, has been made certain daring the week, and that is that the Ministry have determined to abolish the office of Judge of the Northern Territory, now held by Mr. Justice Pater, to withdraw the Hon. J. L. Parsons and Mr. Pater, and to appoint a Government Resident who shall also perform the functions of a Stipen- diary Magistrate. The Ministerial FIAT has gone forth to that effect, and it is scarcely probable that the Parliament will undo' what has been done, unless it be with regard to the powers proposed to be invested in the new office. From a trust- worthy source we learn that the Ministry hope to get over the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
Post Office and Telegraph Department. Port Darwin, N.T., September 23rd, 1889. Time Table-Inland Mails. PALMERSTON AND PINE CREEK. (Three times per week by train.) Commencing on Monday, Septcmbor 30th,. 1889c - Pal'crston : Mad closes :' Monday") Wednesday > 7 a.m. Friday ) Howley Creek-Arr.:1 Monday) Wednesday V 1.47 p.ra Friday) Burrundie-Arr. : Monday ~\ Wednesday > 3.13 p.m Friday } Pine Creek-Arr.: Monday Í Wednesday > -1.12 p.m Friday ) RETUKN. Pine Creek-Mail closes : Tuesd'y.*) Thursday^ 7 a.m. Saturday) Burrundie-Mail closes : Tuesday") fl Thursday £ °J0 Saturday j ^ ' Howley Ck-Mail closes: Tuesday") Thursday > 10 a.m. Saturday) Palmerston-Arr.: Tuesday Thursday V -i.-19p.ni Saturday)) Late letter bags are carried on the traius running belweea-Palmerston and Pine Creek. Letters, for.'despatch in the late letter" bags must bear in stamps'tf;fee of twopence each in addition to the ordinàry j postage. The late letter bags aro opened I at Palmerston, Burrundie, and...
Legal Information. POLICE COURT. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
%t$Û ïnjjormaiiatt. POLICE COURT. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. Lee Yam, a Chinaman, was7 charged with unlawfully and maliciously, wound- ing one Yep Fat, on Monday 'night, the 14th inst. Prisoner pleaded not guilty. Tam Shoo, sworn, deposed : I am a fruitseller residing in Cavenagh-street. I know Yep Fat, who is a painter and lodges with me. Prisoner came into my shop last night after Yep Fat had had supper, and asked him to pay him 5s. 6d. he owed. The three of us were playing dominoes on Sunday last; there was à disagreement about the play, and prisoner said he had won Hs7 6d from me and Yep Fat. I paid my part of it, 5s. 6d., the other 5s. 6d.-was the money the prisoner asked Yep Fat for last' night. When Lee Yam asked for the money prosecutor replied that he had no money and therefore could not.pay the amount demanded. Prisoner asked if it was true he could not pay, and the prosecutor replied, " I can't pay now." The prisoner then drew a knife from his b...
My-country Intelligence. UNION REEFS. October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
^n-tonnfrj*. ^ttlelligertce. UNION REEFS. October 14. There is nothing startling to report from here. No. 10 South cleaned up on Saturday, but the result is not known by the general public. Crushing is now in full swiiig again. Mr. Albert has not yet started crushing, but I behove, he will do bo this week, as ho/now has a good supply of water in the shaft he is deepening. I hear he cut two'small leaders in this shaft last week, showing gold freely. In the Jemidah .tunnel they have cut a leader about a foot wide showing gold ; they are in about 120 feet with this, and expect daily to cut the lode they have been driving for this month. On No. 1 Lady Alice the tunnel is now in. 93 feet, the last 12 feet being through lode stuff, but so-far ar proved no gold showings this company has another-80 feet to drive to cut thc lode they are making for, and which on the surface yielded good payable stone. > Crushings since last report are as follows : Tons. oz. dw. gr No. 5 S. Ladv Alice 16\ ...
Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
Inquest. An inquest was held at Burrundie, on J thè 11th October, 1889, before 0. W. Nash, Coroner, ¿and a jury, concerning the death of one Joseph Millward, who died in the Burrundie Hospital on that morning. The following evidence was taken :-. Isabella Johnston, deposed : I am the Matron in charge of the Burrundie Hos- pital. On Monday afternoon I admitted tha deceased, Joseph Milward. He said he felt very ill and weak, and was bad witlr fever ; he complained of a pain in the side. The attendant not being in the hospital I asked the deceased to tell Mr. Eeall (a patient.) Some medicine was given to him. I then wrote to Dr. Ternau describing the case, and after- wards telegraphed-that he was not im- proving. He gradually became weaker and died early this morning. By a juror : I did not_receive any reply from Dr. Ternau. Anthony, Headbloom, sworn, deposed : I am attendant at the Burrundie Hos- pital. I remember the deceased, being admitted to the hospital on Monday last by the Matr...
LETTERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
/LETTERS. LETTERS to tho Editor'must bo coached; ... in respectful -and 'simple language and « concise as possible. In eterj" case the writer's .name is required, not necessarily for publication, .but as a Y ^ guarantee of good faith.] ( TO THE EDITOR. DEAR SIB,-I was highly amused at reading some weeks back the wild state- ment that Mr. Parsons had', ."driven " four doctors out of the Territory since he landed here .five , years ago. Your contemporary published the interesting pervertion. I wonder who the four medicos were. They could not include Dr. Morrice, -because the TIMES itself said only three years ago that the re- moval of Dr. Morice was *f one of the few deprivations which many settlers have humbly blessed Providence for." Dr. Milne left because, .the country was not big enough to hold him. Dr. Stow had nothing to do with the Government ; he came here to look to the . health; of railway employees,, made a heap of money, and when, the lino was finished went to ! England to...
English & Foreign. London, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
English* & Foreign. London, October 16. Another Home Rule candidate has been returned, as member for Buck- inghamshire. Lord Carnarvon, speaking on the topic of Imperial Federation, says Great Britain's chief interests lie amongst her colonial kindred. In the sculling match on Tuesday, over the Thames course, between the Australian representative, Matter son, and Bubear, the American, the former wou by six lengths. The match was for £200 a side. The : schoolboys' strike is rapidly subsiding. The use of the strap is not yet abolished. The ringleaders of the movement are being assured by the school authorities on this point. France is increasing the strength of the military forces upon her frontiers. The famous Tal mage's Tabernacle at Brooklyn has been burnt to the ground.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
RUNDLE BROS. & CO. IMPORTERS AND General Storekeepers, GOVERNMENT C03STTRACT0ES, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION ACENT MITCHELL-STREET, P A L M EJ^JM) N. AGENTS FOR The North Queensland Marine Insurance Co., Ltd, The Rendrock Powder Co.'s " Rackarock." W. K. Thomas & Co's Superfine and Standard Patent Roller Mour E. B. Young & Co's. " St. George " Claret, Imperial Eire Insurance Company, Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, Adelaide and Port Darwin line, via "Western Australian ports. Offices of the Palmerston Carrying Company. fi. M. BEBROSS, CARPENTER. .TOILER. & GENERAL CONTRACTOR, Is prepared to undertake any description of Contract or Job Work at REASONABLE RATES. ADDRESS Exchange Hotel, Palmerston T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSAYER FOE THE PAlAHIKSTON nANKS) - GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, KATHERINE RIVER, N.T. -o A good and choice assortment oi Fancy Bridles, Whips, Bits, Spurs, New & Seco...
Shipping. PORT BARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
Shipping. PORT BAR WIN. ARRIVED. j October 16-The s.s. Catterthun," from j Hongkong, with 13 tons cargo and one ; passenger.-V. V. Brown, agent. I October 17-The s.s. Taiyuan, from southern ports, with 75 tons cargo and the following passengers : Mrs. Kelsey and 2 children, Miss Kelsey, Miss Crawford, Miss Holtze, Messrs. Crichton, Armstrong, Pollard, Marchant, M'Coi, Craig, Higgins, Blair, Yitchell, Evans, Kane, Poison, ! Ladrigan, Sehwald, Bogan, Breen, Noonan ' McKay, Matterson, and Dogoles.-Aplin, i Brown k Co., agents. SAILED. Octobor 15-The barque G. M. Tucker, for Melbourne, with 4000 bags copper ore and a quantity of railway material.-Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. October 17-Tho s.s. Catterthun, for southern ports. Passengers: Mrs. Foelsche, Miss Foelsche, Mrs. Stevens and 2 children and three in the steerage. Exports : 56 ton9 16 cwt silver ore, gold valued at £600,2 lorries, 1 pony carriage, 41 hides, and sundries. MOVEMENTS. The s.s. Taiyuan left Thursday Island on ...
BURRUNDIE. October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
BURRUNDIE. October 14. On Monday last a man named Mill- &nbsp; ward was admitted into the hospital &nbsp; here complaining of being unwell and &nbsp; suffering from fever, and he was treated accordingly, the doctor being absent in Palmerston. The day following the attendant noticed a stain on Millward's &nbsp; pyjamas, and asked what had caused it. Millward replied that it was nothing ; that he had received a kick, but that he would cure himself after he got out of the hospital. The man rapidly got &nbsp; worse and died on Thursday night. At the inquest the jury found that the man had died through injuries received, and added a rider to the effect —" Also for want of medical treatment." On Saturday last Mr. John Casson had an exceedingly narrow escape of making a sudden exit from this mortal &nbsp; stage through the fruitful cause of so many accidents, the careless handling of a firearm. A man named Collins was handling a revolver when...
New South Wales. Sydney, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
New South Wales, Sydney, October 16. A terrible fatality is reported from Wentworth. A family named Gur- ney, consisting of husband, wife, and seven children, whilst boating on the river Wentworth pulled beneath a bank which had been undermined by the action of the water ; a mass of earth suddenly gave way, portion falling on the boat and swamping it. Six of the children were drowned ; the father was badly injured by the falling debris, and lies in a critical condition ; the mother is insane. A woman named Batts has been committed to take her trial for the murder of an infant. The prisoner admits the fact that twelve infants have died in her charge since &nbsp; November last. The steamer Menmuir leaves here &nbsp; to-morrow. Dr. O'Flaherty is a passenger. The doctor could not catch the Taiyuan.
Miscellaneous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
A Chinese exchange states that it has frequently noticed the propensity of CKincse witnesses in the Police Court, when giving their evidence, to give the euphonious term of " Kwai Chbi" to the constable, be the nationality of the " bobbie" what it may. This term, if sweet sounding, has also the merit of force, as shown by its literal translation -" servants of the devil !" A Pennsylvania editor has discovered that everything in nature is playful. He says : " The lightning plays, the wind whistles, the thunder rolls, the snow flies, the waves leap, and the fields smile. Even the trees shoot and the rivers and streams run." . An American writer sarcastically re- marks that England has over one million dollars invested in the manufac- ture of. idols for heathen countries, and ' yet the churches of that country are con- j tinually calling for more money and more missionaries to suppress idolatry. It is calculated that the railways of tho world are worth, nearly £60,000,000,000 -or about...
Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 October 1889
The s.s. Menmuir was to leave Sydney yesterday. Gold valued at £600 was taken away by the Catterthun. Mails per s.s. Adelaide for Borroloola and Roper River are to close at 4 p.m. to-day, tho 18th. Mrs. Foelsche, Miss Foelsche, and Mrs. H. W. H. Stevens and family were passengers for south by the Catterthun. It is reported that the next sitting of the Circuit Court will be fixed to begin on December 3rd. H.M.S. Rambler is expected to leave here immediately after the arrival of the Taiyuan. An alligator, reckoned to be about fifteen feet long, was seen to pass undei the ship's jetty on Saturday last. Broken Hill shares (tenths) are still going up in value with remarkable precision, and their price is now quoted at £60 6s. The M'Kinlay and Mt. Wells Tir Mining Co. has just shipped awaj another parcel of silver ore containing 56 tons 16c wt. The steamer Taiyuan arrived fron southern ports yesterday afternoon. She had over twenty passengers for this pori besides a large number for the E...