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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 25 October 1889

i " ; I Addition.to Government advertise-) ment:-In tenders for painting and fencing at Adelaide River Station the words "Repairing roof of the Police Station" were accidentally omitted. Broken Hill shares (tenths) are up to £70. Block Fourteens, £12. The s.s. Menmuir is due here from Sydney on the 30th. H. M. S. Rambler departed on Friday for the west coast. Another cleaning up will take place at the Fountain Head Gold Mine on Saturday. The "jaw-breaking" assault case is to come on for hearing at the Police Court this morning. Mr. Crichton, the new smelter for the Eveleen, arrived by the Taiyuan, and has since gone out.to the miue. A Malay who committed a murder at Hall's Creek, Kimberley, in June last, has just been sentenced to death at Perth. A man named James Wilson died at Maude Creek on the 21st instant. He had been ailing for many days previously with a very severe attack of fever. Mr. A. A. Lewis, of the Port Darwin Bakery, notifies in another column that he has purchased t...

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 — 25 October 1889

RUNDLE BROS. & CO. IMPORTERS General Storekeepers, GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT MITCHELL-STREET, PAL MERITO NT . AGENTS FOR Tho North Queensland Marine Insurance Co., Ltd, The Rendrock Powder Co.'s " Rackarock." W. K, Thomas & Co's Superfine and Standard Patent Roller Flour ^Br-S^ámgJSLQpjg. "St. George'* Claret, ImperialPire Insurance Company, ---- Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, Adelaide; and Port ; Darwin linc, via Western Australian ports,, Offices of the Palmerston Carrying Company, H. M. CARPENTER, JOINER * & GEN KR.AL - CONTRACTOR, Js prepared to .undertake any description of Contract or Job. Work at REASONABLE RATKS. ADDRESS Exchange Hotel, .,. : Palmerston ASSAYING. T, H. HARWOOD, (ASSAYER iYMiTRK PA.UIKRS'TOX. ».\KK-C) GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. SADDLER . . AKD . HARNESS MAKER, . KATHERINE UIVER, N.T. Af good and choice assortment oi EancyJîridles, Whips, Bits, ' Spurs, New &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 25 October 1889

Government Gazette. Maps and Charts. Land Office, Palmerston, Auguat 21, 1889. THE undermentioned Maps, Charts, and Acts of Parliament can be obtained at this office : MAP OF THE NORTHERN TEBBITOBT, show- ing runs. Scale, 16 miles to an inch. Price £1, separate sheets 7s. 6d. PLAN showing natural features of tho country, towns, reserves, roads and sectional lands, at and in the vicinity of Port Darwin. Price 5s. PLAS showing natural features of the trigonometrical survey, N.T. Price 2s. 6d. GENERAL PLAN showing Port Darwin Telegraph liuo. Price 2s. 6d, PLAS OF ADELAIDE ASD POET DAEWIS TELEGRAPH LISE in sheets. Scale 20 miles to an inch. Price 2s. each, as follows : Sheet (1) Palmerston to tho King; (2) Tho King to Powell's Creek Station; (3) The Tomkinson to the "Woodforde; (4) The "Woodforde to Charlotte "Waters Station. MR. "WINNECKE'S EXPLORATIONS between Herbert River, Alice Springs, and Ten- nants Creek. Price 3s. MR. FAVESC'S EXPLOBAHOSS during 1878 9,1882-3. Price 2s. Gd. HUN...

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Wreck of the Steamer Fleetwing. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

Wreck of the Steamer Fleetwing. On Tuesday morning the news was circulated that the steamer Fleetwing was wrecked on the opposite side of the bay and near West Point. Uuhappily, the information proved to be only too true. We have made enquiries in the right place respecting the causo of the disaster, and the ciicumstauces seem to be as follows: The Fleetwing, in Carrol's charge, was despatched last week to Shoal Bay for a cargo of sugar from Mr. Otto Brandt's plantation. She took on some 21 tons, aud en Monday started on her return here.- All seems to have gone well until towards evening, when she got in a rough sea off West Point, the waves rolling over and into her. until she had taken so much water in as to be unsafe. Carrol then headed her for Harris & Head's Beach near which she went down, in a spot where at low tide the water left her hull well out of water. The whole of the sugar, which by then was rendered worthless, was cast over the side, and the steamer was subseq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

Post Office and Telegraph' Department. Port Darwin, Ñ.T., September 2.1rd, 1889. Time Table-Inland Kails. PALMERSTON AND PINE CHEEK. (Three limes per week by train.) Commencing on Monday, Scplcmbor 30l.Ii, 18S9. Palmerston : Mali closes : Monday*) "Wednesday V 7 a.m. Friday ) Mowley Greek-Arr. Î MoiKla.y.1 Wednesday £ 1AT p.m. Friday J Burrundie-Arr. : Monday i Wednesday > 3.13 p.m Friday ) Pine Creek-Arr.: Monday 1 AVednesday > 1.12 p.m Friday ) li ll TU li X. Pine Creek-Mail closes : T.uesd*y") Thursday > 7. a.m. Saturday/ Burrundie -Mail closes :. Tuesday » " "Q Tluu-sday \' Saturday) aMU liaxhy Ck-Mail closes: Tuesday) Thursday £ 10 a.m. Saturday) Palmerston- Arr.: Tuesday "j Thursday > 1.12 p.m Saturday) BURRUNDIE ANO EVELEEN. ' (Once per week hy ve'iiele). Burrundie-Dep. ¿ Saturday, .>'a.m.. Eveleen-Arr. : Sat urda v. S. p.m. H E T U íí N. Eveleen -Dep. : Monday, 4. a.m* lluiTundie -Arr.: Monday,. 7 p;W. SIGNALS AT B.A.T. FL VCîôTAF * Tvle^ranh I'la.; (tricolour...

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The Mt. Ringwood Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

The Mt. Ringwood Diggings. A recent visitor to the Mt. Ringwood, diggings supplies us with some interest- ing scraps of information concerning that district. He states that the field is now well populated hy Chinese," who all appear to be well satisfied with their prospects. A few Europeans were there at the time, but none had then settled down, though he considers there is any amount of room for them without their having.-to interfere with the Chinese. He saw:' ,'idwts washed from a dish of dirt by^Ghinaman, who goodnaturedly told him it ,was aU\ pretty much the same. There is a big extent of country round about that is apparently all more or less gold-bearing, this assumption being confirmed by tho "fact of the Chinese being scattered over a very large area. Water in abundance; has been obtained wherever it was sunk for, but when the first rains fall sinking for water will be rendered unnecessary. Our informant states :-" I like general appearance of the country, although it is ve...

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The Northern Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1889. AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

fyht ¡¡jfarlli ¿jUstralixn. . and Nortliern Territory Government Gazette. i JUD AY, NOVEMBER 1, 1889. AS OTHERS SEE US. TnE action of the Legislative Coun- cil in throwing ont the clause which made it impossible for Chinese to become freeholders under the new Northern Territory Land Bill, has already been severely condemned by the local Press, and we feel sure the public generally realises the exact nature of the terrible blunder that is being committed. That the Council as a body is profoundly ignorant of what the Territory really requires is indicated by the ludicrous expres- sions of opinions which are too often to be found interspersed throughout the debates ia the Upper House. The lack of knowledge of our affairs, the disagreeable falsehoods utilised to gain a point, and the general air of brain-softenipg which these de- bates evidence, are disheartening in the extreme to the European colonist who has solid facts to guide him in forming judgments. Here, as an instance, we have]...

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Victoria. October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

Victoria. October 30. Tho President of the Victorian Legislative Council has given a fare- well banquet in honour of Sir Henry Loch. Many prominent Australians were present. In replying to the toast of his health, Sir Henry warmly advocated the cause of Australian federation, instancing General Edward's recommendations re defences as affirming its desira- bility, and urging that until federa- tion was an accomplished fact Aus- tralia would never be able to assume her true position among the family of nations. The teetotal associations through- out the colony are petitioning the Government to erect an hospital to be conducted nnder strictly total abstinence principles-the use of alcohol to be forbidden under all cir- cumstances. Seventeen thousand pounds is to be paid to seventeen proprietors of hotels in Geelong, closed under the action of the local option rule. The Conservator of Forests .esti- mates that there is three million pounds worth of red gum timber on the banks of the Uiv...

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New South Wales. October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

New South Wales. October 30. Afc a representative meetiug of j Sydney journalists, including mem- bers of the. Hansard staff, on Mou day, preliminary steps were taken for the formation of a National As- sociation of Journalists on the lines of the similar society in England. All present gave in their adherence, and communications have beeu opened with pressmen in all tho adjoining colouies. A conference is proposed for. January next, of dele- gates from each of the colonies, with a view to establishing tho Associa- tion upou thoroughly federal lines. Great excitement has been caused in Gulgoug by the discovery of rich gold bearing stone, near the head of the diggings worked nearly thirty years ago. Thc prospectors obtained nearly two pounds weight of gold from two bags .of stuff, besides several rich specimens. The police have succeeded in re- covering large quantities of jewellery annexed during recent robberies. The International Rifle Match on Saturday resulted in a victory for t...

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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

Mining Items. "At thc Extended XJfàph the' battery is ' about' OTmmëncingVôn, stone from Kwong Leo ChongV claim, which is ¡ expected to go.fróm three to four ounces '.*. per ion ;- but there is not á large quan- tity to'be crushed. ; Nine tons bf copper pre came to town this week from the "Copperfield Claim, this being the last of the bundle." At .this mine work has been temporarily suspended, awaiting the arrival of Mr. G. G. Millar. A pump is an urgent necessity to keep the water down, and when that is procured further develop- ments underground ijnay take. plaice. The last of the ore available" for ship- ment is now being taken into the barque Island City. The cleaning up at Fountain Head Gold Mine ph Sát^ 55oz for the' month's work, exclusive, of course, of public bushings. ¡, So.me specimens .were rbrought in this week from C. Clarke's ;new. find .neair : Mfc^Lybns in the Finniss"'district.^ À doubt had arisen as to whether the metal wair tiiy.prmot, and on samples of the stuff...

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Queensland. Brisbane, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, October 30. The compositors ou a German paper in this city have struck work, for-' the alleged reason that the Manager refused to appoint an editor whom they had chosen. Excitement prevails in the As- sembly over the Government pro- posal to expend a million sterling on unspecified railways ; the Opposition is determined not to pass tho item without further particulars as to the proposed expenditure, and stonewal- ling tactics are being resorted to. Great dearth of work prevails, and a mass meeting of five hundred un- employed has just been held. Leslie & Co, importers, of Bris- bane/ have filed their petition, their ! liabilitics'standing at £280,000. The London Chartered Bank is the prin- cipal creditor. The Parliamentary Commission appointed to make inquiries re the construction of a lino of railway to Broken Hill, report very favourably.

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New Zealand. Auckland, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

New Zealand. Auckland, October 30. ?The boys afr one of .the Wellington schools struck or. ibo abolition of home lessons and longer play,hours ; the movement collapsed. Other of the schools were prepared to follow in event of success. The riugleaders were soundly birched. News from Samoa states that a severe earthquake ' has been ex- perienced at Apia; Building rocked violently and trees swayed as in a gale. The ships in tho harbour were roughly shaken, although the sea was calm and unruffled.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

BÜNDLE BROS. & CO, IMPORTERS AND General Storekeepers, GOVEHITMEUT COTOACTOItS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT MITCHELL-STREET, P AL M E^ESTO N. AGENTS FOR The North Queensland Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. The Rendrock Powder Co.'s " Raekarock." W. E. Thomas & Co's Superfine and Standard Patent Roller Flour E. B. Young & Co's. " St. George'' Claret. f Imperial Eire Insurance Company. Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, Adelaide and Port Darwin linc, via Western Australian ports. Offices of the Palmerston Carrying Company. H. M. DSBHOSS, CARPENTER, JOINER, &, GENERAL CONTRACTOR, Js prepared to undertake any description of Contract or Job Work at REASONABLE RATES. ADDRESS Exchange Hotel, Palmerston ASSAYING. T. H. HAH ww OOD, (ASSAYER FOU THE PALMERSTON BANK?) GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, KATHERINE RIVER, N.T. -o . A good and choice assortment of Fancy Bridles, Whips, Bits, Spurs, New «fc...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN ARRIVED. October 28-Thc s.s. Menmuir, from Sydney, with 150 tons general cargo, 200 tons coal, and the following passengers: Dr. and Mrs. O'Flahcrty and maid, Mr. and Mrs. Trenwith, Miss Trenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle and infant, Alaster and Miss Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Carbury, Mrs. and Miss Cable, Mrs. Doherty and infant, Mrs. Miles and infant, Mr. and Mr.«. Heid, | Messrs. Parker, Edmistonc, Westbrook, Ii. Lcarson, T. Smith, W. Moore, A. Daly, A. Petroni, P. Johnsfon, Ii. Brown, C. O'Brien, I. Juage, P. Bolán, D. Hans.-V. V. BrDwn, agent. October 28-The s.s. Cutty Sark, T. R. Marsh, master, from Malay Bay, with 139 logs pine timber. October 29-The s.s. Maggie, S. T. Brown, master, from the Daly River, with about 30 tons copper ore. SAILED. October 30-The s.s. Menmuir, for Hongkong, with 3 Cingalese and 13 Chinese passengers. Exports, 400 horns, cs records, 2 cs cartridges. MOVEMENTS. The Chingtu arrived afc Sydney from Melbourne on the 27tn. The Guthrie left Sydne...

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

The s.s. Franklin is due here from the j west coast on Monday. Messrs. Aplin, Brown it Co. have been advised that the s.s. Chingtu is to leave Sydney on Saturday for this port. The Baker Board manuscripts arrived at Adelaide on Monday, and in the ordinary course of things should be available for thc Press next week. The schooner Cutty Sark arrived on Monday from Malay Bay with a full cargo of cypress pine consisting of about 140 logs. An addition of two district foremen and a clerk for the Superintendent's office, has just been made to the local railway staff. Tuesday, the 3rd December, is gazetted as the opening day of the forthcoming Circuit Court. The sum of £16 4s 3d was received by the Customs Department this week as revenue collected at Charlotte Waters. An engine and tender has just arrived from Adelaide to take the place of the "Silverton," which is to be shipped away south. Monday, the 11th instant, has been proclaimed a public holiday instead of the Saturday on which the a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

MARRIAGE. RUNDLE — STEVENS. —On October 10th, at St. Marys, Waverley, by the Rev. Robert McKeown, Henry Alfred George Rundle, of Port Darwin, to Mary Edney Stevens, of Waverley, Sydney. No cards.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

'JTHÏJ .NAME OF M.&IQBS.& CG*"©. IS ON EVERY1 GENUINE BOTTLE qnrrOLFE'S SCHNAPPS isargeatj W relief of Rheumatism, infinitely i superior to brandy or whisky. Invigorate the systçm with Wolfe's Scnapps, the purest stimulant in the world. Wolfe's Schnapps strengthensnnd braces lip the' system' against disease. Be sure you obtain Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception ip tho 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 the purest and best stimulant, tonic, diuretic at present before the world. " .- Invigorate the ~ system Wolfe's Schnapps if you would avqfd 'bil'p'us attacks. " . n. tv s . J* : Tlic most suitable invigorant, stimulant, apd protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain the genuine Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is the great...

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Legal Information. POLICE COURT. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) OCT. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

^¿cgal |(iiforiit.-itÍ0tt. -!_ POLICE COURT. (Before. T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) j OCT. 18. Henry Matthew Debross was charged with inflicting grievous bodily hann on one John Clancy. Pleaded not guilty. Mr. Beresford for prosecutor. Mr. Symes for defendant. A discussion took place with regard to the use of the word "wound" in the original information, resulting in the substitution of the words "inflicting grievous bodily harm." Dr. Ternau, sworn, deposed : I am a duly qualified medical practitioner re- siding at Palmerston. 1 know infor- mant, John Clancey ; he is under my care at the Palmerston Hospital ; I am treating him for a fractured jaw, the lower one ; I examined him on several occasions ; I believe the jaw is fractured in two places as far as my examination shows ; informant is progressing favour- ably at present, but it will be three weeks or a month before the jaw is right ; recovery has been retarded by an abcess ; the fracture is such as would be caused by a heavy blow wi...

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English & Foreign. London, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

English ft Foreign. London, October 30. Another New Guinea exploring' and land syndicate is announced to have been formed, with a capital of one hundred thousand. A strike has occurred among the Durham coalminers with the object of securiug a rise in wages and a decrease in tho hours of labour. Westgarth, the emineut Australian financier residing in London, is dead. He only recently returned from a visit to the colonies. The London dockowners agree to use their influence to abolish the middlemen, who are stated to be the chief cause of evil, but object to the men engaging direct with the shippers. Tho point is uow beiug discussed with a view to arranging some scheme to meet the difficulty. The strike of dock labourers at Bristol is ended, the men obtaining similar concessions to those already granted at other ports. . Gladstone continues to agitate re- specting the outrages perpetrated on the unoffending Christian inhabitants of Crete by Turkish soldiers and bandits; he nrges that i...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORREPONDENT. The Parnell Commission. A sculling carnival on Lake Toronto. Great success of New Zealand loan. The Irish delegates and their Australian tour. General Tulloch on the probability of war and Australian defences. The S.A. Parliament—a noconfidence motion imminent—N.T. Land Bill. Polltax on Chinese navvies —Government suing Millar Bros. South Australia. Adelaide, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889

Telegraphic News. PROM OUR OWN CORRSPOXDENT. The Parnell Commission. ? sculling carnival on Lake Toronto. Gr eat success of New Zealand loan. The Irish delegates and their Australian tour. General Tulloch on the pro- bability of war and Austra- lian defences. The S.A. Parliament-a no confidence motion immi- nent-N.T. Land Bill. Polltax on Chinese navvies -Government suing Millar Bros, South Australia. Adelaide, October 30. Lord Carrington arrived at Ade- laide to-day for the purpose of assist- ing in the installation of the Earl of Kintore to-night as Grand Master of the 'Grand Lodge or Freemasons. Sir William Clarke.will also assist. The House of Assembly has re passed ; tho Payment of Members Bill, and it is. now being discussed by the Council. ~ The Opposition, under the leader- ship of Playford, are considering the question of moving for a vote of no confidence in the Government, on the general grouuds of their incapa- city to carry on the business of the country^ in a satisfact...

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