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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 3 April 1874

TO THE EDITOR. Sir-In perusing your valuable journal of the 13th instant, I see there is one F. C. L. Schild, of Yam Creek, who wishes to be informed how to manage about ripples and quicksilver, and thinks the appliances used at Winn's battery are good. Now, as I think it the duty of every man in a new country to give his opinion-if likely to benefit the com- munity-I take the liberty of giving mine. I have been gold mining in all the colonies, with short spells between, since 1853, and connected with quartz mining since 1854, and have seen some curious appliances for extracting gold from quartz, &c. Now, I think that the appliances at Winn's battery would have been considered verj rough even in the early days of Victoria, and it is a certain fact that any fine gold will have a poor chance of remaining on their table, as I saw it four or live weeks since, and I do not think canvass is any use for saving gold in the manner they are using it ; and blankets or green baize have ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 3 April 1874

On Wednesday the Government Survey party started for Southport on their way to the reefs. This party consists of Mr. McMinn and Mr. MacKay, survejors, with eight men, fully equipped. Their first work will be to determine the trignomctrical points in connection with the gold mining claims, as required by the 10th clause of the Act, and they will commence operations at the Howley. This and otlicr work con- nected with the survey witt prohably keep the party engaged for three or four months. A straxgr fatality ßeems to attend all the vessels that come to Port Darwin. Troubles of some sort are sure to overtake -them before they can get away again. "Abandon hope all ye who enter here" might very properly be the motto of our port ; for what with actions about cargo, actions about crews, and actions about debt, 5 fl|>re is a miserable time of it in store for every captain who arrives here. Often these obstructions have undoubtedly been înade unnecessarily vexatious. But in the case of t...

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Northern Territory Times. PALMERSTON: FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 3 April 1874

Jt0t[ttott[iT ¡S^rritarg gßma. Palmerston : Friday, April 3, 1874. The South Australian Government are displaying1 a mean and petty policy in their manner of dealing with this portion of their territory. They make great professions of liherality, and talk in loud tones of their gigantic aims and aspirations in the work of subduing* the wilderness and establishing- the outposts of civili- zation on these remote shores of the Australian continent. But they are not entitled to any praise in this matter, for instead of encouraging* the settlement and development of this country, they are doing* their utmost to obstruct the private persons who are engaged in that work. They may say, perhaps, that the money which they have already ex- pended here in keeping up an official staff is more than we are entitled to, considering the trade and the popula- tion of the place. But whose fault is that, supposing it to be true ? Cer- tainly it is not the fault of the settlers who have come here at the...

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT—PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. (Before Mr. Price, S.M. and Mr. Lindsay and Mr. Frew, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 3 April 1874

LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. Wednesday, April 1. (Before Mr. Price, S.M. and Mr. Lindsay and Mr. Frew, J.P.'s.) Wilson v. Slocombe and others. Claim for £34 1s. 3d. Mr. Smith for plaintiff and Dr.   Kaufmann for defendants. In this case the complainant had joined with the defendants and others in a mining venture, and agreed to pay one-fifth of the costs, at the same time receiving for his own services the payment of £3 per week and rations. He continued working until the 4th of March when there was due to him, as he alleged, the sum of £49 6s. But against this he admitted that deductions should be made on account of the one-fifth contribution and of payments received, which would reduce the total now due to £34 1s. 3d. The Court, after haying heard the evidence of the plaintiff and Mr. Slocombe, gave judgment for plain- tiff, £26 2s.11d.     Elder v. McInnes.-Claim for £25. Mr. Smith for the plaintiff and Dr. Kaufmann for the defendant....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

The Northern Territory Times. Subscriptions in Advance : Per Quarter . 0 6 0 Per Annum . 110 Charges for Advertising : (Cash Terms, Monthly.) Two lines and under ... Is. Four lines. 2s. Six lines . 3s. One inch . 5s. Every additional line ... 6d. 1 On Advertisements to be inserted 13 consecutive times, a Discount will be allowed of 10 per cent; on twenty-six times, 20 per cent. Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 3a each. Advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged for, unless the number of insertions wanted be writ- ten plainly on the face of the advertise- ment. Orders to withdraw or alter ad- vertisements must be sent to the ofiice on or before Wednesday Evening. Agents : Adelaide ... Messrs. Byng & Lorraine. Melbourne \ M Gordon & Gotch and Sydney j Southport ... Messrs. Miller & Rickards Shackle and ) m McCanlK Yam Creek) Printed by George Thomson Clarkson, for the Northern Territory Newspaper and Telegraphic Agency Company, Luinitoá.

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NORTHERN TERRITORY. APPLICATION TO-CLOSE OLD ROADS AND SUBSTITUTE NEW ONES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

NORTHERN TERRITORY. APPLICATION TO-CLOSE OLD ROADS AND SUBSTITUTE NEW ONES. PURSUANT to Clause l8 of the " Roads Amendment Act, 1863," I hereby give notice, that, by his agent, the "Hon. Thos. Reynolds, W. H. Gray, Esq., of Adelaide, will apply to the Local Court of Full Jurisdic- tion, at their meeting, at the Court House, Palmerston, on the 6th day of May, 1874, at the hour of 10 o'clock -a.m., for an order to close about twenty-one miles of old roads adjoin- ing Sections 1,3, 5, 7, 102, 110/108, 104,103,101, 106, 6,12, 21, 31, 32, 111, in the Hundred of Beaconsfield, Count}' of Disraeli ; and Sections 21, li), 11, 12, 141, 142, Hundred of Colton, and Sections 108, 113, 115, 117, 120, 128, 119, 123, 126, 181, 143, 141, 137, 46,47, 48,118, 121, in the Hundred of Guy, County of Palmerston, and to substitute pieces of land through Sections 141, 142, 139 in tke said Hundred of Colton, as new roads, as hereinafter generally .described. The roads proposed to be closed «re as follows, vi...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

"|¡oi[ilt»ipIírritor5 |;imcs" îS£ïT£'SA&;L |0b |riníhtjg l_m'j?,MJ.m'M^ **mm j1 ITCHELL ÛTREET i3 Px^LMERSTOH ALL DECRIPTIONS Of hi PLAIN OR FANCY, ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. ptimpi |i[inti«0 IptatlúM, QJ)1 The Latest Invention in Pf^inting Machi "Vi COLOBSD IHKSi PAPEB5 ANO CABOS, NEWEST DESIGNS IN Yïï®m & ©&,©©&§. Workmanship not to be Excelled. POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, aS^SÏ^f V6&SEB, (perforated), GARDS, GAR T-K O T EIS, SHIPPING FORMS, Licensed Victuallers Act, 1869-70, clauses Nos. 6D, 66, 67, read}' printed. All kinds, of Mining- Printing and Scrip, executed at the Shortest Notice. Orders from Southport, the Reefs and other parts of the Northern Territory, promptly executed. REASONABLE CHARGES. H Friend of All. OLLO WAY'S PILLS. How to enjoy Life. Is only known when the blood is pure, its circulation perfect, and the nerves in good order. The only safe and certain method of expelling all impurities is to take Holloway's Pills, which have the p...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

The Rainfall. Return of rainfall recorded at Telegraph Station during the years 1872, 1873, and part of year 1874 : Month. 1872. Inches. 1873. Inches. 1874. Inch's. January.... February... March. April.. May.., June. July. August. September. October.... November. ? December.. 20-464 5-420 13045 0-772 2140 Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil 1115 5255 6-414 12*595 9-480 18140 8655 0-600 Nil. Nil. Nil Nil. 4-620 2-340 16070 7-690 8-800 4.420 Up to Mar 31 Total. 54-625 72-500 20910 The rainfall for October, November, and December, 1871, was respectively 5 inches, 9 inches, and 22 inches. Taking the dura- tion of each wet season from October 1st to May 31st, the returns for the last three seasons will be as follows :_ Wet season, 1871-72 ... 77-801 inches. 1872-73 ... 62-254 1873-74 ... 43 940 (Up to March 31 only.) J. A. G. Little, Station-master. Overland Telegraph of South Australia, Fort Darwin Station, April 1, 1874.

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS power has been granted to the Government Resident by the Northern Territory Gold Mining Act of 1873, to make regulations for the better working of the said Act, it is hereby ordered and directed : ist. That the term of years for which any gold mining lease under the said Act may be granted shall not exceed Twenty-one (21) years nor be less than Seven (7) years, and the rent shall be Ten (io) Shillings per acre per annum, te be paid in advance. 2nd. That no gold mining lease shall be granted pursuant to the said Act of a greater quantity of land than Twenty (20) acres to any appli- cant after March ist, 1874; the length of which shall not exceed twice its breadth. 3rd. The manner in which persons desirous of having such leases granted to them shall mark out the land they apply for shall be as directed in schedule 9, rule 5, of said Act. 4th. The mode and time of making and investigating and determining applications for, and objections to, the granting of such le...

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Time Table for Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

Time Table for Inland Mails. During the wet season (November 1st to May 1st) ; the Yam Creek line up Mail leaves Port Darwin on Mondays at noon, and Southport on Tuesdays at daylight; arrives at Yam Creek on Fridays at 4 p.m. Down Mail leaves Yam Creek on Tuesdays at daylight ; arrives at Southport on Fridays at 4 p.m., and arrives at Fort Darwin on Saturdays at 10 a.m. The Southport Mail leaves Port Darwin on Mondays and Fri- days at noon, and arrives at Southport on same days at 6 p.m. It leaves Southport on Tuesdays and Saturdays at daylight, and arrives at Fort Darwin Tuesdays and Saturdays at IO a.m.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. lïeccivcd for Hospital Fund, £-í 4s. 6d. from Mr. C. Arnold, proceeds of balance from concert at Southport, A correspondent at Yam Creek wishes to know if any of our readers can inform him what is the tonnage of the steamship Great Britain. The letter of Mr. J. Jones on the case " Jones v. lïeynolds," relates to a question which cannot be discussed in a newspaper correspondence ; and it was on this ground (hat we last week objected to publish the letter of Mr. S. E. Keynolds. AVc may, however, quote the subjoined paragraph from Mr. Jones's letter, as it refers entirely to the question of the report of the recent Police Court case. He says : -" I can bear testimony to the impartiality of your report of the case before the Police Magistrate ; in fact it was as favorable to the defendant ; it possibly could be from I l:c evidence." And Mr. Jones f uri lier remarks-"Pray, Mr. Editor, don't be at all amused at your being represented by the UoiCMr. Bcyuoldsas my ...

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CALENDAR FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

CALENDAR FOR 1874. JANUARY. FEBRUARY. Sunday ... 4 11 l8 25 S. 1 8 15 22 Monday ... 5 12 19 26 M. 2 9 16 23 Tuesday .... 6 13 20 27 T. 3 10 17 24 Wednesday. 7 14 21 28 W. 4 11 l8 25 Thursday... 1 8 15 22 29 T. 5 12 19 26 Friday 2 9 16 23 30 F. 6 13 20 27 Saturday... 3 10 17 24 81 S. 7 14 2128. MARCH. APRIL. Sunday ... 1 8 15 22 29 & 5 12 19 26 Monday ... 2 9 16 23 30 M. 6 13 20 27 Tuesday ... 3 10 17 24 3Î T. 7 14 21 28 Wednesday. 4 11 18 25 W. 1 8 15 22 29 Thursday... 5 12 19 26 T. 2 9 16 23 30 Friday 6 13 20 27 F. 3 10 17 24 Saturday ... 7 14 21 28 S. 4 11 l8 25 MAY. JUNE. Sunday ... 3 10 17 24 31 S. 7 14 21 28 Monday ... 4 11 l8 25 M. 1 8 15 22 29 Tuesday ... 5 12 19 26 T. 2 9 16 23 30 Wednesday. % 13 20 27 W. 3 10 17 24 Thursday... 7 14 21 28 T. 4 11 l8 25 Friday 1 I 8 15 22 29 F. 5 12 19 26 Saturday 2 9 16 23 30 S. 6 13 20 27 JULY. AUGUST. Sunday ... 5 12 19 26 S. 2 9 16 23 30 Monday ... 6 13 20 27 M. 310 17 24 31 Tuesday ... 7 14 21 28 T. 4 11 18 25 Wednesday. 1 8 15 2...

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Northern Territory Times. PALMERSTON: FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

|jí<H[tlm[it Ücrritarjj Sfima. Palmerston : Friday, April 10, 1874. How to obtain labour for this settle- ment is now a question that a\ ill have to be quickly and decisively answered. Hitherto we have trusted to chance. People have thought (when they thought about the matter at all) that the quartá reefs and the alluvial gold claims would attract plenty of laborers here. They supposed that population would come as a matter of course, and that a new colon}', would spring up on this side of the continent without any of those difficulties about the supply of labor which had been felt in the founding ot all the older colonies. Probably this might have been the case if the yield of gold had been large. But, as matters now stand, ve shall be compelled, apparently, to make special provision for the intro- duction of labor exactly as other colonies have done ; or else we shall have to postpone the work of making a thriving settlement, here, and allow the place to sink back again...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

E. DURAND, & CO., IMPOBTEBS, GENEBAL MERCHANTS, CUSTOMS, SHIPPING, AND GENEBAL AGENTS, PORT DARWIN, SOUTHPORT, AND THE SHACKLES. Agents for Messrs. McMeikan, Blackwood, and Co.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

THE Al Clipper Boat AMELIA, "Comical Jack," master, is open to charter to convey «Goods and passengers to Southport. Fishing or Pleasure Parties can hire the boat on reasonable terms. 26-0c Y Y. BARCLAY, CUSTOMS, SHIPPING, & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, IGoods received and Stored at current rates. MITCHÊLL-ST., PALMERSTON. HENRY MOORE, AUCTIONEER, MINING AND COMMISSION AGENT, & GROCER. In the last department he has no connec- tion with the LARGE Storekeepers of Palmerston. Mind the Address HUNTER'S OLD BARK STORE, Cavenagh-street, Palmerston. JOHN LINDSAY, MERCHANT AND SHIPPING AGENT, Port Darwin. Agent for LLOYDS', LONDON ADELAIDE UNDERWRITERS AND MERCHANTS SHIPPING ASSOCIATION, ADELAIDE MARINE & MERCAN- TILE MARINE ASSURANCE COM- PANIES. ON SALE Tea, Sogar, Tobacco, Salt Flour {Harts), Oatmeal Brandy, Geneva, Rum Colonial Wine (Hardy's) Extract of Meat | m,,"_f»_ Salted Sheep's Tongues ] m«ot s' Dean Laughton, & Co.'s Booyoolee Preserved Meats. JOHN SI...

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Government Gazette. SALE OF LEASE. Under the Northern Territory Act, No. 28 of 1872, and Regulations dated 7th January, 1873. Land Office, Palmerston, N.T., March 16th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

daufntmçnt fctttrç. SALE OF LEASE. Under the Northern Territory Act, No. 28 of 1872, and Regulations dated 7th January, 1873. Laud Office, Palmerston, N.T., March i6th, 1874. "COTICE is hereby given that a Lease -*-^ of the undermentioned Waste Lands of the Crown in the Northern Territory, will be offered tor Sale by Auction^ under the provisions of the Northern Laud Act and Regulations, at the Land Office, Palmerston, on Thursday, April 16,1874, at 11 o'clock .a.m. à plan of the land can be seen at the Land Office*, Palmerston and Adelaide. Term of Lease, twentyone years, from 1st July, 1874. The first years' rent to be paid at the fall of the hammer, together with a fee of 10s. Gd. tor the Lease. The following* conditions will be inserted in the Lease : Rent payable in advance. ' Exception and reservation of all mines and mineral^ with incident powers. Covenant not to assign el* sublet without written permission of Govern- ment Resident. Power to Government Resident to resume poss...

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Col. Warburton's Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

Col. Warburton's Expedition. The Ilipplc arrived At Port Adelaide, bearing letters from Colonel Warburton, addressed to the Governor of Western Australia and Hon. Thomas Elder. They are written in pencil, and the first is as follows : " Camp Oakover, lat. 21 ° 9', December 13, 1873. " Dear Sir-Not knowing the mercan- tile correspondent of Messrs. Elder and Smith, of Adelaide, I A'enture through you to solicit the aid of His Excellency the Governor of Western Australia. We are in great distress from Avant of provisions and means of moA'ing. Wc have lost everything but our lives, and have only two camels (for seven men) out of soA-cntoen Ave started Avith. I send two of my party to try to get some food from the station, I have been told on the DeGrey, and if they find it I hope this may be sent on to you. " We are for the most part so reduced by famine we can scarcely crawl liX) I yards. I should Avish Messrs. Elder and Smith's correspondents to hire some small craft to take us all to...

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OUR ADELAIDE LETTER. (From our own Correspondent). Adelaide, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

OUR ADELAIDE LETTER. (From our own Correspondent). Adelaide, February 26. The delay in the departure of the Contest enables me te supplement my previous letter by a reference to two or three occurrences which have happened since. Adelaide has been thrown into a state of great excitement by the in- telligence of the murderous attack of the natives on the Barrow Creek Telegraph Station. When the news first reached Adelaide the public were staggered with a: tonishment, for not a warning word had been given about any anti- cipated danger, and it is evident, from the defenceless position in which the stair of Barrow Creek were surprised, that they had placed too much confi- dence in the treacherous natives-a confidence which has been dearly paid for by the loss of two valuable lives. Great anxiety was felt to as- certain what action the Government would take in this emergency, for it was felt that an anxious responsibi- lity was cast upon them, which they must bravely face. Speedy retrib...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, April 9. The Tararua's mail has arrived. The Netherlands' mail steamer is advertised to leave Batavia on the first of May for Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney ; returning by Brisbane, . Endeavour River, and Port Darwin, to Sourabaya. Major Warburton returned to Ade- laide on Sunday. A welcome banquet is to be given to-night. A disastrous strike is going* on at Moonta and Wallaroo in consequence of a reduction in the miners' wages. The engines have been forcibly stoppedj and women have ejected the men who were working. Mr. Todd has been despatched to Melbourne to negocíate with Victoria about a reduction of the telegraph charges between Adelaide and Lou- j don. Hundreds of people are returning to the colonies from the north Queensland diggings. YAM CREEK. [From 3Ir. H. Laity to the Editor of Northern Territory Times.] April 3, 1S7±. Crushed 14 tons of quartz from Princess Louise claims, at IScav man's battery, and the...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 April 1874

SHIPPING. ARRIVED. March 8 -Coxtbst, barque, 323 tons, Thomas Allen, master, from Adelaide 5th March. Cohen & Solomon, agents. IMPORTS. Per Contest, from Tort Adelaide-40 pkgs., W. Adcock ; 40 do., 339 pcs. timber, W.*"F. Clarke ; 3U0 cases. Lindsay . 93 pkgs., Gore and Co. ; 3 do., W. O'Connor ; 4 do., Tele- graph Gold Mining Company : 1 case, Miss McLeod ; 8 hluls., J. P. Tripp ; 3 cases, J. Harelay ; 28 pkgs., JFivcash and Catchlove : 105 do., Hon. T. Beynolds ; 80 do.. Peters and Co. ; 2 do., Manager B.A. Telegraph ; 2 do., J. Masson ; 3 .do., E. S. and A. C. Bank : 2 do., G. Bowles ; 7 do., "Wälder and Gardiner ; 5,126 cases and pkgs., Cohen and Solomon. MISCELLANEOUS. "We learn that the Contest had a good pas- sage of 35 days from Port Adelaide. When she was 16 days out she was off N.W. Cape, and there had been fine weather all the way. But when she was in 14° south and 119° east, on the 25th March, the weather became unsettled, and on the 30th and 3 Is ta cyclone prev...

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