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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 November 1889

RUNDLE BROS. & CO. IMPORTERS A Xl} General Storekeepers^ aQVEMMEFT CONTHACTOES, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT MITCHEU^STREET, P A L M ERST O N , AGENTS FOR Tho North Queensland Marino Insurance Co., Lid, Thc ilendrock Powder Co./a " llackarock." AV. IC. Thomas & CD'S Superfine and Standard Patent Roller Flour E. B. Young & Cols. " St, George " Claret, Imperial Fire insurance Company. Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, Adelaide and Port Darwin line, via Western Australian ports. Offices of the Palmerston Carrying Company. & M. 9SBS0SS, CARPENTER. JOINER, & GENERAL CONTRACTOR, Is. prepared to undertake any description of Contract or Job. Work ac REASONABLE BATES. AKDKKSS Exchange Hotel, Palmerston ASSAYING* T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSAYEB FOR TUE TALUEUSTOX IU.AÇS), GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. 1 SADDLER AXD HARNESS MAKER, KATHERINE RIVEB, N.T. -o A good and choice assortment of Fancy Bridles, Whips, Bits, Spur...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 November 1889

ami Xorthern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1839. IT is difficult to imagine what the designs of the Government are with regard to the coming ballot for Northern Territory representatives. It is, however, easily seen that whatever view they take of the matter it is far from being favorable to our desires. The deputation which waited on the Government Resideut last week and presented petitions urgiug the necessity of establishing polling places in certain parts of tho country now unprovided for, has received its answer in a most decided negative. The Minis- ter, it is said, considers the existiug polling places sufficient, with tho exception of the Eveleen, and with respect to that particular district it is pointed out that the application comos too late to euablo the Eveleen to be accommodated for this olection. Why such is the caso "depouentj sayefcli not," and we were nntil uo' entirely ignorant of the fact that polling booth had to be proclaime and gazetted mo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 November 1889

MARRIAGE. HUGHES — HOLTZE —On the 4th Nov. at Palmerston, N.T., by the Rev. E. Youngman, Charles William Hughes to Ludmilla Holtze.

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English & Foreign. London, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 November 1889

English/ «jj Foreign. .London, November 13. Speaking at the banquet given by the Lord Mayor on the 9th inst , the Earl of Salisbury, referred iii san- guine terms to ¿be great improve- ment which had, taken place in the condition of Europe within the past ! twelve mouths -- from a condition momentarily threatening to : involve ! the whole or the; greater part of the ¡ continent in deadly strife to a state ' that was almost a guarantee for the indefinite maintenance of peace. He felt confident, basing his opinion on an intimate knowledge of the general policy of the several great powers, that there was no immédiate pros- pect of this auspicious state of affairs being disturbed. The operative bakers of London have decided on a general strike on a more extended scale than has ever yet been attempted. This will the sixteenth "strike undertaken by the association. 3, They demand a re- duction of tho- hours of labour from fourteen to ten daily. It is expected the contest will, result in a...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 November 1889

Sporting Notes. Peter Jackson,,, the famous Sydney fighter, has had, his first battle in the old country, against Britain's champion, 'Jem'Smith ; but according /io'our Itch - ? grains the aflair must have benn of the 'mildest "description, as Smith .fouled hi» opponent iii thc second round and lost the fight. Perhaps Jem found himself opposed to something better than he ^expected, and fancied he had a.better show as a wrestler'thanat fair and square fighting, but however that" may be; it looksjike a very/ simple win of £1000 for íthe'óléyer .Australian. .-. // [ Talking of Hard Times, the racehorse lately brought over to Borroloola by Paddy Cahill, it is said that soon after the nag lauded at Normanton he put down The Moor (the then crack of tiio district) in a match for £50 aside. Sub' sequent to this he ran in a hurdle race and injured one of his forelegs badly by rapping heavily, but has since recovered. It might bo'well to hint gently that the "three-legged" racer is inx-ariabl...

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Lepers in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 November 1889

Lepers in South Africa. In the September number of Black wood's Magazine" appears an article headed " Lepers at the Cape : wanted, a Father Damien," the reliability of the writer being vouched for by the editor in an-introductory note. The article is the outcome of several visits of inspec- tion to Robben Island, near. to Cape Town, described as "about three miles f in diameter, low and flat, sad and sandy, i with scarcely a vestige of "végétation save patches of coarse, unlovely grass." The population of this desolate spot consists,' approximately, bf 130'lepers, 230 lunatics, 30 convicts, and 160 police and wardmasters, with their families making a total of about 550. We abridge from the article the following vivid description of the wretched victims of this loathsome and horrible disease, as seen by the writer: "Under the guidance of one of the two resident doctors I enter one of the wards occupied by a race which is partly Hottentot and partly Malay, with ; an infusion of white ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 November 1889

//Government Gazette. - Maps and Charts, Land Office, Palmerston, August 21, 1889. THE. undermentioned Maps, Charts, and Acts of Parliament can be obtained afc this office : MAP OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY, show »¿&ing runs.-..Scale, 16 miles to an inch. Price £1, separate sheets 7s. 6d, Pw showing natani; features '. of the pountry, towns, réservés, roads ' and sectional lands, at and in the vicinity of Port Darwin.. Price 5s. PUN showing natural features of the trigonometrical surrey, N.T. Price 2s.6d. ; GENERAL PLAN showing Port; Darwin ; Telegraph line. Price 2s. 6d, PLAX^OF ADELAIDE AND POST DARWIN ''TTELEOBAIH LINK ,iri sheets. , Scale . 20 milësîtoian inch. Price 2s. each," as 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. WUTXECKE'S EXPLORATIONS .between Herbert Hiver, Alice Springs, and-Ten nant's Creek. Price 3s, MB. FAVENP'S EXPLORATIONS duri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

THE . NAME OP M. 'M083 SWOLFE S .JBÉUm, THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. IS ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE ¡T WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS isargeat relief of Rheumatism, infinitely superior to brandy or whisky. ' ' Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Scnapps, the purest stimulant in thc world. Wolfe's Schnapps strengthens and braces up the system against disease. Be sure you obtain Wolfe's! J . .<?'«< IS ...<,,.__ .Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception to the spirits of the day. Always ask for Wolfe's."- '-v " " Wolfe's Schnapps is the most celebrated tonic and stimulant bf 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 theworld. v'.'. ' -v :.. "' ' i.t . v._ Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Schnapps if you would avoid bilious attack's.- . " . " The most suitable invigor...

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Victoria. Melbourne, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

Victoria. Melbourne, Nov. 20. Tho Premier advises Sir Henry Parkes to remit his federation pro- posals to the consideration of the Federal Council, but doubts if tho time has yet arrived for the taking of so important a step. Tho Queens- land and South Australian Premiers concur in this resolution. Many provincial meetings have been held in the different colonies in support of tho general question of the desira- bility of Australian federation. The "Melbourne Loader" sup- ports thc dotirability of fortifying Port Darwin in preference to Thurs . day Island, aud succeeds in makiug out an exceedingly strong case in favour of its contention. It states that tho harbour accommodation at Thursday Islaud is not to Jbe com pai'ed with that of Port Darwin, and contends that the most powerful defence works at the former place will not have the effect its admirers claim for it, viz., to close Torres Straits to hostile vessels. It is urged, on the other haud, that the protection of the cable ter...

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New South Wales. Sydney, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

New South Wales. Sydney, Nov. 20. Admiral Scott has arrived. A Chinese cook on board one of the river steamers has been arrested at Wentworth charged with the murder of a deck hand, a white man named Gannaway. All the passengers and crew of the French s.s. Yarra wei'o placed in quarantine on arrival in this port owing to discovery of smallpox in a passenger landed iu Adelaide ; as yet there is no indication of tho presence of the disease. A man named Henry Blackburn was fatally stabbed in a street row on Saturday night last ; the perpetiator remains uncaptured. The new offices of tho Daily Telegraph were opened on Saturday, the event beiug marked by a banquet in the Town Hall. Hiddleston, a cashier in the Registrar-General's office, has been convicted of forgery.

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Queensland. Brisbane, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, Nov. 20. A largo public meeting has beou held at Rockhampton, which passed resolutions, without a single disseu tient, in favour of northern separa- tion. Numbers of men arc arriving at Mackay attracted by the extraordi- nary richness of the Unegella Reefs ; samples chosen at haphazard have yielded returns equal to fifty ounces to the ton. The country has been pegged off for miles around.

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Legal Information. LOCAL COURT. FRIDAY, Nov. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

^(nforuiation. LOCAL COURT. Fi: i DAY, Nov. 1"). (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Pater and a Jury of four, consisting of Messrs. A. A. Lewis, J. M'Keddie, D. Daniels, and T. H. Harwood.) ^ Cfii.v WAH V. E. V. V. JJitowx. Tliis was a claim for £í)í), being for alleged loss of gold on the .railway line, and expenses incurrefr^u connection therewith. Mr. Beresford for plaintiff; Mr. Symes for defendant. Ah Yam, interpreter. Chin Wah, sworn, said : I am a store i keeper living at Yam Creek. Remem- ber 8th October last ; on that day I came down to Palmerston from Port Darwin Camp ; I went to Kwong Le Chong's store in Palmerston ; I wished to get back some gold which I had given him some months before to put in his safe, as I had no safe at Yam Creek. I gave him the gold at my store at Yam Creek ; there were 20 taels (one ounce and a third) in thc gold Í gave him, worth about £80 ; on the S th it was arranged I should call on the next morning ; I went to the store about half-past 7 in the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

BUNDLE BROS. & CO. IMPORTERS AND General Storekeepers, CONTRACTORS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT MITCHELL-STREET, P A L M E ft S T 0 N . AGENTS FOB The North Queensland Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. The Rcndrock Powder Co.'s " Rackaroek." Vf. K. Thomas & Co's Superfine and Standard Patent Roller Flour E. B. Young & Co's. " St. George " Claret, Imperial Fire Insurance Company. Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, Adelaide and Port Darwin line, via Western Australian ports. Offices of thc Palmerston Carrying Company. I, M. BEBIMS, CARPENTER, JOINER, & GENERAL CONTRACTOR, Is prepared to undertake any description of Contract or Job Work at REASONABLE RATES. ADPKESS Exchauge Hotel, Palmerston ASgAYDTO. T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSAYER FOR TUE PALM EUSTON RANK?) -. GOLD SILVER REFINER. SADDLEPt AND, HARNESS MAKER, KATHERINE RIVER, N.T. -o A good and choice assortment of Fancy Bridles, Whips, Bits, Spurs, New i Second- hand ...

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Death of Joe Flick. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

Death of Joe Flick. We are indebted to the Torres Straits   Pilot for the following particulars :   On Sunday, the 27th October, Constable   Alfred Wavel and two troopers   arrived at Lawn Hill station in close pursuit of Joe Flick, the escapee. Flick, who had previously shot the trooper's horse from under him, made for the dining room, which is detached from the main building, being at the time under fire from the troopers. Wavel followed Flick to the dining room on foot, calling on him to surren- der, when Flick appeared at the win- dow and shot the constable dead, the unfortunate trooper being about fifteen yards distant when the fatal shot was tired. Only one man, named Bird, was on the station at the time ; and he armed himself and communicated the intelligence to Messrs. Doyle and Waller, who were in the vicinity ; thc latter armed themselves and watched the hut to prevent Flick's escape. The I murder was committed about noon...

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The Sportsman. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

At Saratoga (America) lately, a filly by the Australian sire, Sir Modred, won     a maiden plate for 2-year-olds, five furlongs, in 1m. 4½s.   On Nov. G thc Melbourne Gun Club 0 tiered a fine prize to be shot for-the ; Melbourne Cup Handicap of ICKIOSOVF. first prize, 500 so vs., and a £50 trophy. Caulfield Steepleclia.se was responsible '?. for the death of two very fine pieces of ? horseflesh. Game broke his shoulder, ! Moondyne broke his neck, and both ; were destroyed. Game was 15 years j old and was considered one of the best ' steeplechasers ever produced in Victoria ; Scobie and Corrigan were the respective ! pilots, but neither was hurt. At a recent Calcutta meeting six   Australian horses were amongst the winners, scoring a race each.   At a late sale of a number of Austra-   lian horses taken over to America not   long ago, the lowest price given for any of the lot was 600 dollars, a...

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Hore Lepers. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

More Lepers. Another Chinese leper was sent over to the Leper Station on Tuesday last. This unfortunate was brought down from Pine Creek by that day's train in charge of Constable Hague, the officer in charge of the Pine Creek station. The circumstances of this case are that from information received Hague went to the Chinese camp and there saw two Chinaman suffering from what to him appeared to be leprosy. One of the men was located at the camp, while the other lived in a hut some distance away, evidently in charge of a Chinese "quack." Hague communicated at once with Inspector Foelsche, who re- ferred the matter to the Government Resident, who thereupon wired Dr. Tornau advising him to go to Pine Creek and investigate the matter. In compliance with this order, DJ-. Tornau caught Monday's train, and on reaching Playford he accompanied Hague to the Chinese quarter. He first saw the patient there, whom he pronounced to be suffering from a skin disease, which however lie thought might...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDENT. Revolution in Brazil — the Emperor deposed—Republic proclaimed. Strike among the English breweries, Jefferson Davis dying. Australian federation. Great social scandal in London—80 to 100 aristocrats implicated. Fortification of Fort Darwin. Fatal stabbing affray. Dispute at Broken Hill enled —boom in silver stock. South Australia. Adelaide, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

Telegraphic News. FltOM OUR OWN CORRSPOXDKXT. Revolution in Brazil - the Emperor deposed-Republic proclaimed. Strike among the English breweries, Jefferson Davis dying. Australian federation. Great social scandal in Lon- don-80 to 100 aristocrats implicated. Fortification of Fort Darwin. Fatal stabbing affray. Dispute at Broken Hill ended -boom in silver stock. South Australia. Adelaide, Nov. 20. Governor Lodi and party left here yesterday for the Cape. All the hands afc Brokeu Hill are again afc work, |the Directors having succeeded in arranging a compro- mise. Silver stock is booming tremen- dously owing to the settled outlook, and yesterday's quotations show the aggregate value of the miues to be twenty-three and a quarter million sterling. A strong opinion prevails that Brökens will shortly reach £100. Johnson yesterday, in a lengthy , speech, indulged in a severo criti- cism of the Territory Land Bill. Searle, the sculler, arrived hore to-day from England. He is re- ported to b...

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English & Foreign. Londou, Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

English & Foreign. Londou, Nov. 20. The dissatisfaction among the in- habitants of Brazil has culminated in a peaceful revolution under ¡tho leadership of General Fouseca, the commander-in-chief of the army. There was no bloodshed, tho Govern- ment being taken completely by surprise. Tho insurgents have pro- claimed a republican form of govern- ment, and General Fenseca has been unanimously elected to fill the posi- tion of President. Tho Emperor Pedro and the other members of the royal family have been cast iuto prison pending the conclusion of arrangements for their despatch to Europe. Later intelligence states that thc Emperor, Empress, their daughter the Princess Isabel, and her husband Prince Louis of Orleans, with their children, have sailed for Europe. They arc allowed to retain their personal rovouues. They have hitherto received from thc State aunual allowances amounting to about £120,000. It is alleged' that tho principal cause of tho revolution has boen tho religi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

Government Gazette. Sale of Pastoral Ideases. If QRTHERN TERRITORY. December 4, 1889. (Under clause 68 of the Northern Terri- tory Crown Lands Consolidation Act, 1882). Office of tuc Minister of Education, Adelaide, October 26th, 1889. ""VTOTJOE is hereby given that leases. 4-1 for pastoral purposes of the undermentioned Crown lands, of wnich plans may ho ¿een at the office of the Surveyor-General, at Adelaide, will he offered for sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Wednesday, december 4th, 1889, at ll o'clock a.m., under the provisions of clause 68 of thc ^Northern Territory Crown Lands Consoli- dation Act, 1882, and regulations dated January 28th, 1885. Term of lease-Twenty-fire years from January 1st, 1890. Biddings to advance at the rate of not less than fa'd. each on the upset annual rent per square mile for thc first seven years of the term, the rent for the remaining eighteen years to be 2s. 6d. per mile. First year's rent to be paid at the fall of the ha...

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The Noth Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, NOVERMBER 22, 1889. Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 November 1889

and Xort'iern Territory Government Gazette. I KID AY, NOVEMBER 22, 1889. Rainfall at Port Darwin for week ended 9 a.m. 21st November-O'GGOin. Total earnings of railway for week i ended November 16th-£221. ! Samples of sugarcane grown at Shoal Bay have elicited praise from English i papers. ' Latest item of revenue received from Camooweal by thc Customs Department j -£54 14s 4d. Thc N. T. Electoral Roll for the House of Assembly will contain 626 names, all districts included. From the Custom House records we find that from the 5th to tho 20th inst, thc quantity of gold registered for export by Chinese was 267 ounces. Amongst our telegrams this week will be found special reference to the Nor- thern Territory Estimates as introduced to the House on Wednesday. Entries for the chief races at the Katherine River are due on the 5th December. Horseowners should make a note of this. We learn with pleasure that the Police Department has resolved to make some provision for Trooper Bailey, whos...

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