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Hew South Wales. Sydney, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889

Hew South Wales. Sydney, June 13. Groat, excitement bas been created here over a discovery of gold at Bee Mountain; twelve miles distant from Cobar.

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POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) TUESDAY, JUNE. 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889

POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) Tt'KSDAV, JP>'E. llTH. Kun Sing, ou further remand, charged with the larceny of a cheque. On the application of Corporal Waters prisoner was further remanded till the 26th instant. Bail was exteuded.

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Northern Territory Racing Club. SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. SATURDAY, JULY 20TH, 1889. PATRON—The Hon. J. L. Parsons, S.M., Government Resident. PRESIDENT: V. V. Brown, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889

Northern Territory Sacing Club. SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. SATURDAY, JULY 20TH, 1889. PATHON-The Hon. J. L. Parsons, S.M., Government Resident. PRESIDENT : V. V. Brown, Esq. COMMITTEE : Messrs. V. V. Brown, J. T. Boll, JT. J. Symes, J. Pickford, J. C. Hillsoñ, E. V. Brown, A. G. Beresford, ! Y. L. Solomon, T. O'Connor, J. Keenan, j S. T. Brown, B.D. Beresford, W.Wedd J. J. Lawrie, and G. W. Mayhew. CLEBK OF SCALES : Mr. J. I. Bull. STARTER : Mr. J". A. V. Brown. HANDICAPPER : Mr. V. V. Brown. CLERE OF COURSE : Mr. J. Keenan.

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

PORT DARWIN BAKERY. (Established 1874.) PROPRIETOR : Alfred A. Lewis. A. A. L. has a pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Palmerston that he has always on hand Superior Plain & Paney Bread, HOT BOLLS & SCONES, CAKES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. A Splendid Assortment of Peak, Frean & Co's. Biscuits Direct from London. ASSAYING. T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSAYER FOB THE PALMERSTON BANK?) GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. |. $. g. §tmfoM ?». Licensed Surveyors, Land, Mining, AND General Commission Agents, Palmerston & Burrundie. Plans Prepared, Tracings made, and all business connected with Mineral Lands executed with Despatch. 18-tc £10,000 GIVEN AWAY TO Buyers of a Bottle of BREADALBANE WHISKY. Shipped by Alex Ferguson & Co., Glasgow. Particulars from all Wine Merchants, Storekeepers, Hotelkeepers, and Spirit Dealers. Wholesale Agents-ACRAMAN, SOX & Co. Adelaide.

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Programme: [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889

Programme : M A IDEN PLATE oí 20 SOTS, for all lorses that have never won an advertised prize up to time of entry. Distance, one mile. Entrance, 1 SOT. PALMERSTON CUP. A handicap of 100 sors ; second horse to receive 20 sovs. from the stakes. Distance, mile and a lalf." Nomination, 3 SOTS. ; acceptance, 1 SOT.' NOVEL SELLING RACE of 20 SOTS. ?One mile. Horses entered for nil to carry 7sfc71bs; 71bs additional weight foreTery £5 raine put on horses. Entrance, 1 SOT. RAILWAY STAKES HANDICAP of 25 soys. One mile. Entrance, 1 SOT.; acceptance, 1 SOT. CIGAR RACE of 10 SOTS., for all horses. Once round the course. Con- ditions of race :-On the fall of the flag riders to saddle their horses, light cigars, and open umbrellas, and finish with cigars .alight and umbrellas open. Ordinary European umbrellas to be used, and they must be carried open. Post entrance, 10s. FLYING HANDICAP of 50 SOTS., three-quarters of a mile. Nomination 2 SOTS.; acceptance, 1 SOT. FORCED HANDICAP of 10 SOTS. -with...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1889. THE LEPER AND THE DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889

fyht ffsrth ¿jUsfralian. mnd Norther*- Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY,,- JUNE 15, 1889. THE LEPER AND'-THE DOCTORS. THE revelation that leprosy has existed at our public hospital for a year or more is an astounding piece of news that cannot be too fully enquired into, and in our position as. public journalists it behoves;us to render'èvery assistance in our power towards having the matter ' sifted ;to.the very bottom. . In order to do' this ¡ rightly there must be no half measures ; no false sentiment ; no lean- ing towards personal likes; and np untoward readiness'to cast out blame directed by private animosity towards special individuals. .The question is so startling in its seriousness that to allow outside -regards or personal hatred to interfere with a just and clear judgment of the case at once.jreduces the whole thing to a perfect farce. Being now too late to prevent harm being done-the leper being dead and buried-the public are naturally concerned to know who is resp...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Death of Marcus Baker—The Colonial Surgeon denies the case to be one of Leprosy. Local medical men blamed for inaction. N.T. Minister and Adelaide Press of opinion report due to local squabble. Memorial to Father Damien. Commission suggested to inquire into alleged spread of leprosy. N.T. Lighthouses to be erected. S.A. Parliament—No-confidence motion Withdrawn. Irish delegates — Successful meetings in Queensland. Floods in South Australia. Gold Rush in N.S. Wales. South Australia. Adelaide, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 15 June 1889

Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Death of Marcus Baker-The Colonial Surgeon denies the caseto be one of Leprosy. Local medical men blamed for inaction. N.T. Minister and Adelaide Press of opinion report dne to local squabble. Memorial to Father Damien. Commission suggested to in- quire into alleged spread of leprosy. N.T. Lighthouses to be erected. S.A.. Parliament-No-confl dence motion Withdrawn. Irish delegates - Successful meetings in Queensland. Floods in South Australia. Gold Bush in N.S. Wales. South Australia. Adelaide, June 13. Considerable feeling was excited in Adelaide by a telegram which appeared in Saturday's REGISTER announcing the death of a patient named Marcus Baker, io the Palmers- ton Hospital from leprosy. On Monday the Colonial Surgeon (Dr. Paterson) wrote to the REGISTER at considerable length, stating empha- tically his opinion that the disease from which Baker died was not leprosy at all, bat "elephantiasis arabum," true leprosy being "ele- phanti...

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

: ;? Pinje! Creek' ;Prpsj^ctin¿ ? ¿ud Mimng Company, Ltd. THE first' general meeting of share- holders in the above* Company was held at the Club Hotel on Monday evening, June 10th. ... Present: ??. Messrs.; R.¡ D. - Beresford (Chairman), Wilson, Pindar, Harwood, Lawrie, Griffiths; P. :M.. Green, Lighten, Schunke, ' Searcy, Bull, E.. T. Green, Holtze, Wadham, O'Connor, Robinson, A. J. Beresford. The following gentlemen were pro- posed as Directors " Messrs. G. McKeddie, R. D. Beres- ford, and. E. Elphick-proposed and seconded by Messrs. A. G.- Beresford and Lawrie: ??..?.> n-.a-.-. Mr.. G. W.j Mayhew-proposed and seconded by .Messrs. Holtze and Searcy. al Mr. Bull-proposed aná ; seconded by Messrs. O'Connor and Searcy. - -K Captains Remfrey and -Mellor-pro- posed and seconded by 'M\ssis. Holtze and Bull fy The action of Mr. Beresford in adver- tising for a working miner. xwas con- firmed. ? -, V ' . Proposed by Mr. Searcy, seconded by I Mr. Holtze, that'Mr. A. G. Beresford be i S...

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

H. E. Schunke, Blacksmith & "Wheelwright, PALMERSTON. IT. E. S. is prepared to undertake any description of Blacksmith or ^ t Wheelwright work at REASONABLE RATES. BRANCH AT BURRUNDIE. Where all orders can be executed on thc shortest notice. GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUABAUTEED. BURRUNDIE. T. NELSON, Proprietor TNELSON has much pleasure in . informing the inhabitants of the Mining Districts that he has taken the above Store, and that callers will find a Well-assorted Stock of the newest and Most Useful Goods at thc Lowest Remunerative Prices. A CALL IS SOLICITED. AU Orders attended to with Caro and Dispatch. 10-tc |W" lBjRíAsl<TíL;l|NiG SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, KATHERINE RIVER, N.T. A good and choice assortment of] Fancy Bridles, Whips, Bits, Spurs, New & Second- hand Saddlery, ¿c., 1ALWAYS IN STOCK All descriptions of Saddler's Work faithfully performed at fair rates. 26-15 DAM I AN A GLOBULES. QUICKLY CURE Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental Depression, Dizzi...

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KATHERINE RIVER. June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

-^ KATHERINE RIVER. June 12. The road party under Messrs. Reid and Loydon are doing good work here, and it will be quite a treat to travel up I this way when they have finished. I j understand they are to do a week's I repairs on the Maude Creek road, which I is badly needed and will be a great boon. Byrne's teams, with the Govern- ment rations, left here to-day for Daly Waters and Powell's Creek. Murphy's teams, with quartz, also left to-day for Pine Creek ; the sample taken should crush (ive or six ounces to the ton, and is a fair sample, taken from the reef in large blocks, and may be inspected at Pine Creek. We hear some report of a local company being formed to purchase a battery for certain Maude Creek claims, but at present I have only report for it. The district is very quiet. At Maude Creek the Hibernia claims OXUY are at present being worked, but by the end of the month I expect to see some of the mines going to work, as all exemp- tions expire on the 28th instant, and we ...

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My-country Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). MAUDE CREEK. June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

^u-çounfrjr ^[nfcllii)ciuc. (From our Correspondents). MAUDE CREEK. June 12. In this locality news is scarce, and now our Maude Creek mines are at a standstill there is hardly anything of j interest to write about. About the end ! of this month, however, the exemptions will expire, and claimholders will be compelled to work their ground or give i it up. The battery riddle has not yet I been solved. I understand that Mr. , Murphy, aeting in conjunction with Mr. Hartrick (battery manager) wired to Mr. Ffrench about a week ago offering ! tosupply the battery with a large amount ; of stone regularly, provided he can get it crushed and carted for 25s. per ton. I think this is a fair offer, and one which Mr. French should embrace. On the Hibernia claims, owned by Messrs. Toner and Murphy, only three men are at work, whereas eight or ten »nen could be employed to advantage on the different reefs if crushing were made easy. At present the Hibernia people are sending stone to Pine Creek, and...

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LOCAL COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19TH Pickford v. Charles. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

LOCAL COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19TH Pickford v. Charles. This was a claim for £13 18s Gd. Mr. Beresford for plaintiff. Defendant consented to pay £5 down and 30s. per week till the debt is paid off.

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Legal Information. POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) TUESDAY, 18TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

|(itform;ilion. POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) TUESDAY, 18TH JUNE. Joe Flick was further remanded till thc 25th instant at the request of Corporal Waters.

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District Council of Palmerston. JONE 18, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

District Council of Palmerston. JONE 18, 1889. Present: Ors. H. H. Adcock (Chair- man), V. L. Solomon, S. T. Brown, T. II. Harwood, and Mr. J. J. Symes. Minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Symes, who attended for the purpose of discussing the question of the assessment of the premises occupied by the Eastern Extension and Australasian Telegraph Company, asked for au ad- journment of the matter tb enable him to go through the whole of the corres- pondence ; the delay would not in any interfere with the question of the assessment. Resolved, that the matter stand over and Mr. Symes be instructed to obtain thc best opinions procurable in reference to the position of the Council- in regard to the public Esplanade occupied by the O.T. and B.A.T. buildings. One tender was received for painting, ifcc, of Town Hall, which was consi- dered too high. Resolved that fresh tenders be called for the work. A Cross Baby.-Xolhing is so conducive to a man's remaining a bachelor as...

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FRIDAY, JUNE 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

FRIDAY. JUNE 21ST. Soo Hoo Tuck was charged with un- lawfully entering the dwelling house of R. D. Beresford on the morning of thc 20th instant with intent to steal the money, goods and chattels of one Fung Him. Mr. Symes appeared for the defendant who pleaded not guilty. The evidence in this case was infinitely more voluminous than interesting. For the Crown it was conclusively proved that prisoner was in Fung Him's room at the time stated in the information. For the defence prisoner alleged that he merely visited Fung Him so as to collect some money that was owing to him. Prisoner was committed for trial, bail being fixed at himself in £50 and two sureties of £25 each.

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

English ft Foreign. Londou, J une 20. The continental press generally is indulging in gloomy predictions of war, some of the leading journals confidently assertiug that the long delayed outbreak of hostilities will inevitably take place in the spring of next year. In view of threatened outbreak the French Government has decided to make several powerful additions to the navy, and asks that a sum of money be immediately voted for that purpose. Austria is also seeking a further loan for the purpose of increasing the strength of her armaments on the frontiers. At the various British arsenals and the Birmingham arms factories, great activity prevails in order to comply with the pressing orders received from various quarters for large supplies of war material. A letter has been received from Lord Lamington, in which the writer assures the War Office authorities that if a British regiment were despatched to Melbourne it would meet with an enthusiastic reception from the colonists. Mr. W. E...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Outbreak of War on the Continent. Warlike Preparations in France and Austria. British Troops promised enthusiastic welcome at Melbourne. Gladstone — A triumphant electioneering tour. Great strike among seamen. Railway collision Ireland— 100 children killed. Edith O'Gorman mobbed in London. Smallpox in Melbourne. S.A. Parliament—No-confidence motion—close division expected. South Australia. Adelaide, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Outbreak of War on tue Continent. Warlike Preparations in France and Austria. British Troops promised en- thusiastic welcome at Mel- bourne. Gladstone - A triumphant electioneering tour. Great strike among seamen. Ballway collision Ireland 100 children killed. Edith O'Gorman mobbed in London. Smallpox in Melbourne. S.A. Parliament-No-confi- dence motion-close divi- sion expected. South Australia. Adelaide, June 20. Numerous complaints are being made that the Hergott Springs rail- way is diverting trade Jrora Ade- laide. To day was observed as a general holiday. The children inaugurated Arbour Day by planting trees in the parks. A thousand troops took part in the review at Montefiore Hill. Downer applied that the RULE NISI granted in September last, iu the action for trespass brought by McPberson (Sydney) against Smith and McCaush (N.T.) be made abso- lute. The reading of evidence occu- pied the whole day. The case re- opens to-morrow. Six...

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New Zealand. Auckland, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

Kew Zealand. Auckland, June 20. A tribal dispute is reported from Hawke's Bay, during which a Maori was shot dead. Intense cold prevails throughout New Zealand, the frost beiug the severest recorded for thirty years.

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

Victoria. Melbourne, June 20. The Hon. J. White's English Derby horses were shipped per Orizaba on Saturday. Some others are to shortly follow. Extensive floods are reported from various parts of the colony, and from Tasmania. Two ladies have been swept away and drowned whilst crossing a flooded creek near Melbourne. The heavy flood waters have forced an ontlet to the sea from the Gippsland lakes, and the powerful carrent has formed a splendid navi- gable entrance. The statue erected in memory of Gordon will be formally unveiled on Wednesday next. The Harbour Trust has decided to expend the sum of £60,000 in addi- tional improvements at Port Mel- bourne, the principal item being the erection of a town pier. A scheme of national tree planting iu the colony was formally inaugu- rated to-day. A vessel has arrived from Mauri- tius with smallpox. Sho has been placed in quarantine, and the Board is considering the advisability of declaring all ports in tho island in- fected. An intimation...

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Northern Territory Racing Club. Handicaps. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

Northern Territory Racing Club. Handicaps. The following weights were declared by the Handicapper on Thursday night: PALMERSTON CUP. st lbs Mr. C. Haimes' Hilltop . 9 io Mr. It. Buckland's Joter, . 9 1 Mr. C. Haiines' Our Boy . 8 7 Mr. It. Buckland's No Name ... 8 7 Mi*. J. D. Lamonte's ltuby King... 8 7 FLYING HANDICAP. Mr. R. Buckland's Joker . 9 7 Mr. R. Buckland's No Name ... 8 10 Mr. C. Haimes' Our Boy . 8 10 Mr. J. D. Lamonte's Ruby King... 8 10 Mr. C. Haimes' Straight Shot ... 8 7 RAILWAY STAKES. Mr. C. Haimes' Hilltop. 9 10 Mr. R. Buckland's Joker . 9 3 Mr. R. Buckland's No Name ... 8 7 Mr. C. Haimes' Our Boy . 8 7 Mr. C. Haimes' Straight Shot ... 8 1 Mr. W. Braitling's Hotspur. 7 10 Mr. T. O'Connor's Duke of Man- chester .... 7 10 V. V. BHOWX, j Handicapper A meeting of thc Committee was held afc the Exchange Hotel on Thursday evening, June 20th, the President in the chair. There were present : Messrs. V. V. Brown, Hillson, O'Connor, Wedd, S. T. Brown, J. J. Symes, J. J. La...

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