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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 1 November 1889
Government Gazette; Maps and Charts. Land Office, Palmerston, August 21, 1889. THE undermentioned Maps, Charts, and Acts of Parliament can be obtained at this office MAP OF THE NOBTHEBN TEBBITORY, showy ' ing runs. ¿Scale, 16 miles,;to an inch. ' ' Pncèrf£lrseparâte'snccts 7s* 6d."-- ~*^" ? .FLAN showing"natural features of the country, towns, reserves, roads and - sectional lands, at and in thc vicinity of Port Darwin. Price 5s. PLAN showing natural features of the trigonometrical survey, N.T. Price 2s. 6d. "GENERAL PLAN showing Port Darwin Telegraph line. Price 2s. 6d, - PLAN OF ADELAIDE AND "PORT DARWIN . &lt;TELEGBAPH LINE in. sheets. Scale 20 miles to an.-inch. Price 2s. each, as follows : Sheet (lj Palmerston', to tho King ; (2) The King to Powell's Creek Station . (3) The Tomkinson- to the Woodforde; (4) ¿Thex Woodforde to Charlotte Waters Station. MB.*-WINNECKE'S EXPLORATIONS between ? . He'rberfr;River, Alice Springs, and Tcn ..ínañtVCrcek. i Price 3s. MB? FAVENC'S ...
FURTHER PARTICULARS. November 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
FURTHER PARTICULARS. November Otb. Undoubtedly this year's Cup is amongst the most sensational in the history of that great event. The winner was never at any time a popular favorite, and as regards the betting, some ¡sensational wagering was indulged in against the horse. It is asserted that only a few days before tho race £20,000 was laid against him at odds ranging from 50 to 1. Later than this a wager of £1000 to £1 was booked against him. For the previous fortnight Bravo did no work of any conse- quence. He had suffered au injury while norning in tho Caulfield Cup, but had recovered from this mishap at the time the above odds were laid. He subsequently became heavily backed till yesterday for a place, and only Chicago was more fancied. The scratching of Chaldean reduced the field to twenty. Melos, Chicago, Carbine, Bravo, and particularly Knight of tho Garter wcro eagerly watched, by tho crowd iu their pre- liminaries before the event. Some trouble was experienced in getting Ca...
MELBOURNE CUP. Adelaide, 5th November, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
MELBOURNE CUP. Adelaide, 5th November, ll a.m. The evening papers yesterday tipped Chicago or Melos for the Cup, with Bravo and Knight of the Garter for places, and Bluenose as a dangerous outsider. Latest Betting y to 2 Melos 7 to 1 Knight of thc Garter 10 to 1 Chicago 12 to 1 Bravo 14 to 1 each Bcnzon and Carbine. 15 to 1 Antreus. 20 to 1 each Cardigan, Rudolph Richelieu, and Singapore. 25 to I each Oakleigh and Chetwynd. Weather now threatening at Mel ourne. Lonsdale is scratched for all engage- ments. It is considered that there is hardly anything in the Cup to touch Melos. Adelaide, 5th November. 4.38 p.m. Weather fine but somewhat threaten- ing, but the attendance was the largest ever recorded. Tho following is the order of running for the Melbourne Cup : Mr. W. T. Jones's Bravo . 1 Mr. D. S. Wallace's Carbine. 2 Mr. W. Gannon's Melos . 3 OTU BR STARTERS : Hon. J. White's Singapore Mr. J. O'Loughlan's Richelieu, Mr. H. C. White's Antaeus Mr. J. Chambers's Cardigan Mr. M. Lough...
New South Wales. Sydney, Nov. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
New South Wales. Sydney, Nov. G. Sir Henry Pai'kes, referring to General Edwards' recommendations re the scheme best adapted to make j the colonial defences most effective, j says they are suggestive of the near approach of Australian federation. Ho writes to the Victorian Premier on tho same subject, pointing out the significance of the recommendations. He emphasizes the fact that the various colonial defenco forces would be vastly improved by being placed under one command and occasionally drilled together to enable thom to act with unity ; also, that the large suras of money now spent by each colony on their various pet schemes could be far moie effectively utilised in perfecting a general organized system. Sir Henry points out that the present ineffective executivo machinery renders it impossible to carry out the Genral'r. suggestions. Thc Federal Council having no power to deal with the questiou, the colonies were therefore brought face to face with the problem of Austra- lian ...
The V. R. C. Spring Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
The V. IL C. Spring Meeting. The Spring Meeting of tho Victoria Racing Club commenced at Flemington on Saturday last, the 2nd November. Thc principal event of the day, the Derby, was won by tho Hon. James White's horse Dreadnought. As the meeting progressed the follow- ing telegrams were received from our southern agent, their chief features being at once made known to the public. Adelaide, 2nd Nov., r>.27 p.m. Tlie Derby was won by Dreadnought, Richelieu second, Rudolph third. Tuesday, Nov. 4 th. There was an immense attendance of visitors at Flemington on Saturday. The weather was splendid and better sport was never seen. Mr. S. G. Cook's The Admiral (an Adelaide bred horse) won the Maribyr- nong Plate of 1,000 so vs. by a short head after splendid race. Time, lm. 4isec. This win stamps Richmond as one of tho best sires in the colonies.
English & Foreign. London, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
English ft Foreign. London, November 6. Tho English Municipal elections has resulted greatly in favour of the Liberals. Chamberlain's brother, one of the candidates for Birming- ham, was defeated. A heavy hurricance has occurred in Scotland. At Glasgow, during the height of the storm, a partially constructed building fell on a shed where a hundred and fifty girls were employed in weaving carpets, level- ling it with the ground. Most of tke inmates were buried beneath the ruins, aud it was some hours before the rescue parties succeeded in effecting their deliverance. Thirty were found crushed to death, and the majority of the survivors were more or less seriously injured. The jealousy of Russia and Prance is being greatly excited owing to England's increasing influence in Egypt, more particularly since the recent decisive British victory over the Dervish army in the Soudan. Tho Prince of Wales, who is now visiting Cairo, has been received by the inhabitants with a perfect ovation. Th...
Election Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
Election Deputation. A deputation consisting of Messrs. V. L. Solomon, H. II. Adcock, E. Elphick, R. R. Cruikshank, R I). Beresford, J. J. Symes, and G. \V. Mayhew, waited on the Hon. J. L. Parsons, Government Resident, on Wednesday morning last to urge tlvc necessity for making better arrangements- for polling at election time than are as yet provided for electors. Mr. Solomon, in introducing the deputation, presented four memorials from different parts of the country, in each of which was contained a request for the establishment of a polling place. The first of these was from thc Eveleen, setting out that the nearest polling place was 40 miles away, and that there- fore it would be absolutely imposssible for residents to record their votes. This was signed by 20 electors. The second memorial was from Maude Creek, 14 miles from thc Katherine, and was similarly worded to the lirst, and signed by 16 voters. The third was from the Union, and was sinned bv 20 voters, who are absolute ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
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LOCAL COURT. [FULL JURISDICTION.] (Before T. K. Pater, Esq S.M., A. Searcy, Esq., J.P., aud J. A. G. Little, Esq., J.P.) WEDNESDAY, Nov. 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
LOCAL COURT. [FULL JURISDICTION.] (Before T. K. Pater, Esq SM., A. Searcy, Esq., J.P., aud J. A. G. Little, Esq., J.P.) WEDNESDAY, Nov. 6TH. An application for an auctioneer's license was granted to Mr. A. G. D. Beresford. Chin Wall v. E. V. Y. Brown. Claim for £99 for alleged loss of gold while travelling on the railway lino. The plea in this case is that the plaintiff, when going up country somo time ago, got off at one of tho stopping places on tho way, leaving his luggage and some paireéis in one of tho carriages. When the' train started again he missed it, but his effects went on to Burrundie. Tho plaintiff alleges that one of the par-,, cols contained gold valued as above, which he never recovered. . ? ? Mr. Beresford for plaintiff. Mr. Symes for the defeuce. On the application of counsel this case was adjourned till Friday, the loth No ve ra bor. An application was made by Mr Ward ou behalf of the Government to close certain roads in accordauc with the Act uns narced to, uo u...
Macarathur River Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
-7* Macíiratlmr River Notes. We are indebted to tlie Government Resident for the following items from the report of Mr. W. G. Stretton, re- presentative of the Government ut Borroloola, dated October 1"»: The prolonged dry season is telling against the squatting interest ; although tlie cattle are in excellent health and no sign of any disease among them, yet they must naturally sull'er from scarcity of food and water. I have heard of the death of a few horses |supposed to have been caused by some disease, but the mortality has been exceedingly small among the stock generally, and Mr. Lynott informs me that there has been no signs of disease among the Macarthur River station horses this year : the deaths out of two hundred head were only three, and they were very old. The managers in the district have kindly promised to give me the fullest informa- tion relative to thc supposed disease, and I will if possible obtain some blood from a diseased horse and examine it with a microscope. ...
Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT English elections—Victory for the Liberals. Shocking fatality in Glasgow during hurricane. English influence in Egypt. Serious illness of Bradlaugh. Great speech by Michael Davitt before the Special Commission. Sir Henry Parkes and Australian Federation. Passing of Territory Land Bill. £13,000 embezzled by a Bank official. South Australia. Adelaide, Nov. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
Telegraphic News. FROM OUK OWN* COimSPONDF.XT. English elections - Victory for the Liberals. Shocking fatality in Glasgow during hurricane. English influence in Egypt. Serious illness of Bradlaugh. Great speech by Michael Davitt before the Special Commission. Sir Henry Parkes and Aus- tralian Federation. Passing of Territory Land Bill. £13,000 embezzled by a Bank official, South Australia. Adelaide, Nov. 6. Thc Territory Laud Bill was finally passed by the Couucil yesterday In bestowing a parting benediction Darling said he sincerely hoped, now it was passed, that the liberal pro- visions of the measure would not become a dead letter; he thought the Goveruraeut would best obviate this by spending money liberally in advertising in other countries the many natural advantages ¡possessed by the Territory. Major Egerton Warburton, ex- plorer, died yesterday. The total expenditure iu building the new Parliament Houses, including fittings, is £156,298. In the case of Donaldson's insol- ven...
HOWLEY. November 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
HOWLEY. November 5. Tn the way of mining things are steadily improving in this district. On the claim taken up by O'Neil and Barrett a few week's work is being carried on and the show is looking very well ; they believe this reef to be a con- tinuation of Bischoff and party's, which is situated one mile to the north. J. F. Dewar owns the claim adjoining O'Neil's and Barrett's on the south ; he also has started work and is getting out some very good stone. Burdett and party own the claim next Dewar's, and are raising stone equally as good. I consider the stone raised on cither of the claims, so far, fully good enough for two ounces to the ton. The reef can be distinctly traced for a distance of five or six hundred yards. It varies in width from a couple of inches to one foot. T. Owens has marked off tho claim north of O'Neil's and Barrett's and is trenching for the reef. The battery started on Bischoff and party's stone last Wednesday ; they (Bischoff and party) have christened their...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Nov. 4-The s.s- Franklin, 395 tons. Captain Pin- combe, from Fremantle, with the following passengers : Messrs. Hicks, Streeter, Doherty, Hasty, Moriarty, Wells, Templace, Watkins, Maryband, Wilson, Merton, Irwin, Stanley, Syelbuston, and 2 natives. Imports : 24 sheep for Armstrong & Lawrie. Nov. I-The s.s. Adelaide, Edwards, master, from Macarthur River with Jhe following pxssengers: Mrs. Nelson and child, Mrs. G. W. Martin, Messrs. Lynott, S. Leon, Train, Luxton, Hart, Smith, Baines. SAILED. Nov. 5-The s.s. Franklin, for Fremantle, with thc following passengers : Mr. arid Mrs. Cable, Miss Cable, Mrs. Doherty, Mr. and Mrs. Reid, and 29 others. MOVEMENTS. The Catterthun left Melbourne on thc 3rd for Adelaide The Guthrie arrived at Sydney on tho 3rd from Melb. The Chingtu left Sydney for Hongkong on the 2nd.
The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1889. Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 8 November 1889
3|lic partît ^itfiírali;tit. and Xort/icrn Territory Government Gazette. I RID A Y, NOVEMBER 8, 1889. The s.s. Adelaide was to leave for Wyndham this morning. Thc following items of revenue wore received by Mr. Searcy per the steamer Adelaide mail:-From Camooweal, £113 ls lOd; from Borroloola, £215 Os Sd. A total of £328 2s 6d. in Chambers yesterday, in thc matter of J. C. Hillson v. The Port Darwin Gold Mining Co., Judge Pater heard an application for a commission to* take evidence in England and also in Adel- aide. Mr. Beresford, for the plaintiff, objected on the grounds of bias on the part of His Honor, but after hearing the affidavit of Leonard Welstead the appli- cation of Mr. Symes ^'as granted. Bravo won the Melbourne Cup. Tlie Franklin had IG passengers in- wards, but took away 35. The rainfall for thc twenty four hours ending 9 a.m. on the 4th was 1-31 Oin. We believe that Mr. "V. V. Brown purposes taking a trip south by return of the s.s. Menmuir. Mr. J. J. Lawrie has acc...