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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 December 1889
Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. December 1.-The s.s. Taiyuan, from Hongkong, with ll tons of cargo from Kobe, Japan.-Aplin, Brown & Co., agents December &lt;1.-The E. & A. Co.'s s.s. Catterthun, from southern ports. Passen- gers-For Port Darwin: Messrs. Chctto, A. G. Strath, E. Meoooay, G. Woodman, W. Pope, C. Flyn, S. Veboss. For Hong- kong : Mr. H. Laing, 1 Japanese and 33 Chinese, including (J half-caste children. December 5-Thc s.s. Tsinan, from southern ports. Passengers: Mr. H. E. Chester and 1 J apáñese. Cargo, 23 tons. Aplin, Brown and Co., agents, December 12-Thc s.s. Menmuir, for southern ports. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. G. W: Kelly and family, Messrs. V. V. Brown, It. E. Cruikshank, J. W. Wilson, and ton others.-Port Darwin Mercantile and Agency Co., agents. I SAILED. December 3.-Tho s.s. Taiyuan, for southern ports, with 28 tons furniture and ? the following passengers :-Messrs. J. Stirling, Mc Douall, Mann, Prince, Wad- ham, Stirling, Braddy, Clau...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 December 1889
THE .NAME OF M. idüii WOLFE'S ?CHNAPPS. THE PUREST STIMULANT I NIKE WORLD. IS ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS isargeat relief of Rheumatism, infinitely superior to brandy or whisky. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Scnapps, the purest stimulant in the world. Wolfe's Schnapps strengthens and braces up the system against disease. Be sure you, obtain Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception t¡o. tho spirits of the day. Always ask for "Rolfe's, Wolfens Schnapps is the. most celebrated tonic and stimulant of this or any agc. Be certain tka,t you, obtain, Wolfe's. There rs nothing known better calculated to invigorate thc constitution than Wolfe's Schnapps. Wolfe's Schnapps is the purest and best stimulant, tonic, diuretic at present before the \vorh\.. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Schnapps if you. 'would avoid bilious attacks. Thc most suitable invigorant, stimulant, and protective is Wolfe's Schnapps, Obtain the genuine Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is the greatest st...
The Armed Continent. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 December 1889
Thc Armed Continent, During thc past eighteen years (says the London Daily News)-a period which, upon the whole, has been a peace- ful one-the armies of the Continental Powers have assumed proportions such as were never dreamt of at any era in the previous history of thc world ; since the Franco German war the increase in their strength has been steady and con- tinuous, and it is no exaggeration now to speak of Europe as an armed camp. The following table gives the approxi- mate number of men available at the present moment in the event of an out- break of war ; the first column gives the number prepared to take the offensive ; the second column those who would join the colours, but remain at home unless urgently needed in front; the third column comprises those who, in addition to all the above, would be available for defence in the event of an invasion. All the men in the first two columns are trained soldiers, and many in the last column are veterans. Germany France .. Russia .. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 December 1889
Government Gazette. NORTHERN TERRITORY. Pastoral Blocks. Crown Lands Office, Palmerston, November 36th, 1889. THE following List of Rents on Fastoral Claims and Leases, which fall due on 1ST JANUARY, 1890, is pub- lished for tho information of those con- cerned. Payment can he niado in Palmerston, or at the Treasury, Adelaide. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. ¡Thomas Mcilwraith do do do do do do do do do do do Mcilwraith, Collins, and! do do do do do do do do do do do do J. A. Macartney A.W.T.GrantThorold L. G. Browne E. A. Macpherson [Forrest Campbell, Lewis ftWreford |The North Australian Terri-I do [tory Co., Ltd do do do do do do do do W. J. Browne do do W. H. Osmand do do do do do do do do A. W. T. Grant, Thorold, and do [F. W. Stokes! do do do do |J. W. Chisholm do E. W. Parke do C. H. Walker & E.W. Parke! R. E. Warburton IW. H. Osmand T. Elder do do do do do do do Australian Joint Stock Bank do do do do do do E. W. Lamb do do do do do |C. Smith do W. Kilgour C...
RAINFALL. Post Office and Telegraph Department, Port Darwin Station, Dec. 2nd, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 6 December 1889
RAINFALL. iPost Oflicc and Telegraph Department, Tort Darwin Station, Dec. 2nd, 1889. RETURNS of rainfall recorded afc the Telegraph Station, Port Darwin, during the years 1875 to 1888 and part of 1880. I 8-46. , 16-os ! 7'iqo¡lú 1S76. I 1877. 1S7S. [1S70. [j880. [tSSi. inches inches indies linches ! I 53°i >-?. 630 ur; ..670 y Ï170] iE-; ,8-7e,.!s t.(-4Eo| 15"2K>! 1 o'160. 3'S'iSl ..'.MO !.7°°i !*l4oj 8710 ?8"37»| 4-240 1- 74o| 2- 240 4-9St 1882. inches _ 54°! SÖ-SSOUIO-SÖO/W-IIO! 61-589'6S-yoS'68*460! 45*120! 71-485! 57*51 il 59*320; 81*725! 53*225! 67*008! 61'175 ?s-859 21 "SS* ;:,650| 3-02. ?*66o 4'goo 8*86o 1884 indies 21-460! ï7'ogo| 9"55' 0-140] 0*160 0-170 4-050 û'700 19-705 15-000] . 8-8651 1 '495 0-085 1-705 J-13O| 9'4'J 14-230] 6'3i5, 15-600 9-760 o-3io| '?'?39s, o'180 1-280 o'38o 3-780 i3'°°5, 1887. I i £88. inches !inche.' 9-975l 20*310 3'845i 10*030 0-673 4 '59° 7'3°° 10-285 i8-555| 22-65 4-160 o'68o 0-050 0-350 o'oBo o'loo 0*660 4-510 9'3Eo 16*720 U°79S 3"'75 i'...
POLICE COURT. DECEMBER 10TH. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
POLICE COURT. DECEMBER 10TH. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S M.) Nicholas Sparrow, charged with having no lawful visible means of sup- port. Mr. Symes appeared for the defend- ant and pointed out that he had been suffering for a long time past with a bad leg, and hoped His Honor would let him off light. Corporal Waters stated tliat thc prisoner had not worked to his'know- ledge for two years, but he was willing to give another chance. Defendant was given a week's grace in order to hunt up a job. Maggie, an aboriginal, was charged, with being drunk in a public place and. on pleading guilty was ordered' to ' be; locked up till i o'clock.
Legal Information. LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. (Before T.K. Pater, Esq., S.M. and a jury consisting of Messrs. C. W. Hughes, G. M'Keddie, R. R. Rundle and W. Lawrie.) BERESFORD V. RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
|£VQ;II ^iifarmalioi!. LOCAL COURT. TüBSDAV, DECEMBER 10. (Before T.K. Pater, Esq., S. AL anda jury consisting of Messrs. C. \V. Hughes, G. M'Kcddie, ll. E. Rundle and \V. Lawrie.) BERESFORD V. RYAN*. Mr. R. 1). Beresford appeared for the plaintiff. Mr. J. J. Symes for the defence. The claim in this case was for L95 2s being the amount due from defendant to plaintiff for work and labour done in drawing certain plaus and spécifications of a certain hotel intended to bc erected in Palmerston by. the defendant, being 3 per cent on L3,170 the estimated cost of such building, which said plans and specifications were supplied to the defendant at her request and tenders for such building procured by the plain- tiff at thc like request. A. G Beresford, sworn, said : I am an architect and surveyor practising in Palmerston ; was for five years head of the farm of Beresford, Bowen, and Black, architects and surveyors, Ade- laide. I was instructed by Mrs. Ryan to prepare plans for a two-storey ...
English & Foreign. London, Dec. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
English & Foreign. Loudon, Dec. 12. Jefferson Davis; >fóriñerly' Presi- dent of the Confederated States of America, and who was recently dis- covered to be in the most destitute circumstances-is dead. The late Emperor of Brazil has decliued to accept of the half a mil- lion sterling offered as compensation by the successful revolutionary party Stanley, the explorer, has arrived at the German settlement on the east coast of Africa, accompanied by Emin Pasha. They received au ovation. During ¡the^excitetneut Emin Pasha narrowly escaped death through falling from a window. The last returns show an iucrease in the value of British imports and exports amounting ^respectively to forty and twelve millions sterling. It has beeu settled that the fight between Slaviu and s Jim Smith shall take place on Sunday week, the stakes being fixed at £500 a side. The Australian is very confident of victory. A pigeou-shooting match recently took place between two crack shots Lewis Clarke, of ...
Katherine River Races. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
Katherine River Races. The following weights have . bpeu declared hy the liandieapper, Mr. E. J. Kemp : KATIIERIXE GOP. st. lb. Mr.. Byrne's Gas . Il 0 B. Murphy's Bruno . . 9 2 do Parnell ... 8 0 L. Dagenhardt's Discount 8 f> [ G. Clarke's Gasoline ... 8 5 N. T. STAKES, Mr. R.M.Murray'sOliverTwist B. Murphy's Bruno C. Clarke's Gasoline J. Grove's Gladstone ... J. R. Anderson's Tipperary Ftrixc HANDICAP. Mr. R. M. Mui-ray'sTho Nun... 9 0 C. Clarke's Gasoline ... 9 ;*> D. Dagenhardt's Discount 9 5 J! Grove's Gladstone .... 8 10 W. Byrne's Gas- ... .... ll 0 do Dreadnought... 9 0 B. Murphy's Parnell .... 9 2 do Bruno ... 10 0 9 10 10 10 9 8 9 5 9 5
ASSISTANCE TO MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
ASSISTANCE TO MINING. THERE is one thing in connection with mining which the South Australian Government should undertake at once in order to foster and support the struggling industry of mining in the Northern Territory. That is to pro- vide the Territory with public batteries for the treatment of stone raised by claim-holders who have not the means to provide such conveniences for them- selves, aud who, as things are now, are in a very unsatisfactory position. It has long been a source of general com- plaint that thc crushing accommodation obtainable by gold miners is very in- complete,* that, in most instances, the machinery is deplorably deficient in gold-saving appliances ; and as a natural sequence the loss of gold resulting from the defects is outrageously heavy. It is a common enough thing to hear the assertion (aa assumption it may be) that half the gold has been lost to the rightful owner in consequence of bad machinery. We have a letter before us wherein a prominent gold-...
Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
Gold to the extent of 151 ounces was registered for export to Hongkong per s.s. Catterthun. A visitor from the Eveleen district informs us that smelting operations there have been suspended on account of trouble with the machinery. ¡ Judging from our telegrams, there is ever probability of W. E. Adcock spending his Christmas in the debtor's prison. The steamers Tsinan and Catterthun left for Hongkong on Friday, the former in the morning and the latter in the. afternoon. A box of gold containing 395oz. was shipped for Hongkong per Catterthun by Kwong Wing Lee. We understand that Mrs. Ryan has started the contractor on the erection of her hotel at the Union. Also that Mr. T. Greig has completed the erection of the building there for Messrs. Arm- strong ifc Lawrie. Major-General Edwards continued his voyage homewards in the Tsinan on Friday. In another column we publish an article giving some of this gentleman's, opinions on matters of great importance to us. A recent arrival from Maud...
Victoria. Melbourne, Dec. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
Victoria. Melbourne, Dec. 12. Searle, cliampioífc¿sculler of the world, who has bjeen "sufferiug since arrival from aji;^|j^^'-ofctyplioid fever, died yesterday at^thc Williams- town sanatorium. Foar thousand people attended at tho new Governor's first levee. ¡His Excellency was completely pros- trated by the excessive heat of the weather and tho unwonted exertion attendiug the reception of so many people. The Bacchus Marsh linc of rail- way was opened yesterday, reducing the journey to Adelaide by forty minutes. The Victorian cartridge factory will commence to supply the Govern- ment from May next. The first shipment of butter from this colony has arrived in London in excellent condition, and averaged one shilling per lb. f Searle's body was ¡taken to Sydney by to-day's express. Universal re- gret is expressed afc his untimely decease.
Death of Searle. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
Death of Searle. The death of Henry Ernest Searle, the Champion Sculler of the World, which our telegrams announce this week, will strike the universal sporting world: with painful suddenness, and create-expressions of the deepest regret wherever the young Australian's great prowess is known. Previous telegrams had intimated that the Champion was suffering from typhoid fever, and last week we were told that he had suffered a relapse ; but we were hardly prepared to learn within a few days that he was dead. : Such a fearfully sudden termin- ation to a life which Australia held so dear cannot be regarded as other than a national calamity. It may be said that Searle liad only just begun his champion life. He was born at Grafton, N.S. W., in July bf 1866, consequently was only 23 years of age at the. time of his death. That,-lie:,was a powerful, healthy young fellow his performances amply testify. As to the career^which brought him into great promihence,í-it is .universally, ad- mitted ...
General Edwards on Port Darwin. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
General Edwards on Port Darwin. We. are- authorised to state that Major General Edwards, the Commandant of the troops in China and Hong Kong, whose services were offered to the . Australian colonies by .the Imperial Government, to report, upon the military strength and the defences of Australia, is on his second visit to Port Darwin; still more impressed than before of its strategical importance, and of its great value, as a harbour. General Edwards, in his report to the Government of South Australia, and also in his general report to the Governments of all the Australian colonies, strongly recom- mended that for ; the protection of the cable and the overland. telegraph, that Port Darwini should be defended. General Edwards' view is -that the two gnus now lying useless on the- sandhills at Glenelg, should be mounted on Fort Hill, and a small permanent artillery force.organised to man them. These guns, which have been referred to in slighting terms by our contemporary, General Edward...
Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, Dec. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
Telegraphic News. - PROSI- OCR OWN CORRSPONDENT: South Australia. Adelaide, Doc. lz. Parliament was prorogued on Friday. At the Speaker's dinner on the previous evening, Moule, in a speech summarising the work of the session, stated that a total of fifty-one bills had been introduced, twenty-seven being passed, fourteen rejected, and ten withdrawn. Conferences were held on Friday of members of both Houses, to dis cuss the amendments in the Chinese Immigration Restriction Bill and the Territory Land Bill. With regard to the first named, the members of the Council, after some discussion, yielded, and the measure will not now authorise the unrestricted land- ing of Chinese in the Territory. Clause 18 of the Act provides that the measure shall cease to operate from the first day of the forthcoming year unless the colonies of Queens- land, New. South Wales, and Vic- toria shall, prior to that date, pass Acts embodyiug substantially the same provisions. This condition not having been fulf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
Government Gazette. NORTHERN TERRITORY. Pastoral Blocks. Crown Lands Office, Palmorston, November 26th, 1889. THE following List of Rents on | Pastoral Claims and Leases, which fall dae on 1ST JANUARY, 1890, is pub- lished for the information of those con- cerned. Payment can be made in ! Palmerston, or at the Treasury, Adelaide. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. is68 1269 1570 1271 «72 No. of lease. [Thomas Mcilwraith do do do do do do do do do do do Mcilwraith, Collins, andi [Forrest do do do do do do do do do do do do J. A. Macartney A. W. T. Grant Thorold L. G. Browne E. A. Macpherson Campbell, Lewis SWreford [The North Australian Terri do [tory Co., Ltd! do do do do do do do do W. J. Browne do do W. H. Osmand do do do do do do do do ¡A. W. T. Grant, Thorold, andi do IF. W. Stokes! do do do do J. W. Chisholm do \V. Parke do |Ç. H. Walker & E.W. Parke! E. Warburton W. H. Osmand T. Elder do do do do do do do ¡Australian Joint Stock Bank do do do do do do E. W. Lamb ...
Shipping. PORT DARWIN. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889
Shipping. PORT DARWIN. SAILED. Dec. 6-The s.s. Tsinan, for Hong Kong. No carg* Passengers-Dr. Rabe, Mr. Emanuel, and 20 Chinese.* Aplin, Brown and Co., agents. Dec 6.-The s.s. Catterthun, for Hong Kong. Ten Chinese passengers. Export-1 box gold.-V. V. Brown agent. ' Dec. H.-The s.s. Adelaide, for Macarthur River, with 60 tons cargo, and passengers as follows :-.Messrs C. Gore and W Reid, and black boy, for Malay Ray ; Misses Stretton (3), Mr Luxtou, and one Chinaman, for Macarthur.-Aplin, Brown and Co., agents. MOVEMENTS. The Menmuir arrived at Brisbane on the loth, and left for ¡sydney on same day. The Tannadice left Sydney on nth, for Melbourne, " «ne franklin left Derby on Wednesday afternoon for Port Darwin. The Otway leaves Fremantle on Sunday.