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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889

and Northern Territory Government Gazette. HMD A Y, DECEMBER 13, 1889. IP WE attach any importance at all to the head and front of oar official departments here, we must naturally wonder whether the " coming man " will prove inferior or superior to Government Residents of the past, or to his Honor Judge Pater, whose duties he will also have to carry out. But it is with the office of Resident ouly that we desire now to deal, and when we look back over the many troublous years which have passed since the Northern Territory was granted its first Government Resi- dent, and take au average of the business relations of that office to- wards the colony, it will occur to most thoughtful readers, that, to use au old expression, there is a screw loose somewhere. Now, it is to point out what we look upon as this defect in the official machinery that we have entered upon this article. Our one contention (and it is a con- tention that no Territorian will gain- say) is that the very constitution ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889

THE NAME OF M. MOSS & Oft "TT^OLFE'S SCHNAPPS is a r gent ft relief of llhcumatism, infinitely superior lo brandy or whisky. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Sc napp.«, 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 to the spirits of thc day. Always ask for Wolfe's.. Wolfe's Schnapps is thc most celebrated tonie and stimulant of this or any age. Be certain that you obtain Wolfe's. There is nothing known better aalrulatcd to invigorate the constitution than Wolfe's Schnapps. Wolfe's Schnapps is the purest and best stimulant, tonic, diuretic at present before the world. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Schnapps if you would avoid bilious attacks. The most suitable invigorant, stimulant, and protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain the genuine Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is thc greatest stimu- lant and tonic in the world. Beware of imitations. Wolfe's Sch...

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Miscellaneous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889

A big tiling in tins way of banquets recently came off in Paris, when' the City Council entertained 13,001) jive Mayors, out of a total of 37,500 who received invitations. The proprietors of tho Woonoontv colliery, near Bulli, are reported to be in correspondence with Siemen's Bros. and others for the purpose of inducing .them to establish iroii works in that district, where,, it is stated, thur j is a vast quantity of or«s -of excellent quality. Several members of the police f ree at Sandhurst have refused to hire 1 pri- soners, under the Juvenil-- Oif.ndors. Act, stating their determination to leave the service first. Tho Eungella reefs, th", receht dis- covery near Port. Mackay (Q ), ar« said to be of phenomenal richness, lu the prospecting claim th«! reef for 6 39it. on the surface shows splendid gold, tho lowest estimate par ton by experts bui.ig 25 ounces j it averages -1ft. in width on the surface, and has been tested tn a depth of 10ft. in several places, showin g, equally w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 13 December 1889

KUNDLE BROS. & (DO. IMPORTERS ANT) General Storekeepers, GOVERNMENT COFACTORS, WINE ÄND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT MITCHELL-STREET, PALMERSTO N. AGENTS FOB The North Queensland Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. The Rcndrock Powder Co.'s " Rackarock." W. K. Thomas & Co's Superfine and Standard Patent Roller Elour E.B. Young & Co's. "St. George" Claret. Imperial Five Insurance Company. j Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, Adelaide and Port Darwin line, via'Western Australian ports. Offices of the Palmerston Carrying Company. ïï. M, DBBEÖSS, CARPENTER, JOINER, & GENERAL CONTRACTOR, Is prepared to undertake any description of Contract or Job Work at RKASOXAur.E BATES. ADDRESS Exchange Hotel, Palmerston AS&tYINCL TTHTHÄRWOOD, (ASSAYER FOK TIII: PAMIKUSTON BA.XKS) GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. SADDLER A>D HARNESS MAKER, KATHERINE RIVER, N.T. -o A good and choice assortment of Fancy Bridles, Whips, Bits, Spurs, New &am...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Stanley, the explorer, at Zanzibar. Trouble in Brazil. Adventurous voyage. Searle's funeral—Great demonstration on arrival of body at Sydney. Pugilism in the Sydney Assembly. South Australia. Adelaide, December 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDKXT. Stanley, the explorer, at Zanzibar. Trouble in Brazil. Adventurous voyage. Searle's funeral-Great de- monstration on arrival of body at Sydney. Pugilism in the Sydney Assembly. South Australia, Adelaide, December 19. Sir Arthur Blyth has decided to accept of the three years' extension of the Agent-Generalship, when he will retire. The Premier is', visiting Sydney. Streeter, who has been interviewed by representatives of the Press prior to his departure, states that he has seen no valuable stones iii the colonies. A cricket match on the Adelaide Oval, against a representative team from Victoria, resulted-Victorians 541, South Australians, 525. Trouble is still brewing among the omployees in the Railway service. The porters persist in their demand for concessions which the Commis- sioners firmly decline to grant, and it seems very possible that the dis- pute will lead to a strike. The title of " honourable" has been conferred upon Kingston,...

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Mr. C.G. Millar's Union Claims. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

Mr. C.G. Millar's Union Claims. We are indebted to Mr. R. C. Cairns for the following particulars regarding the gold mining properties of Mr. C. G. .Millar. This information, which the public have been hankering after for some months, is now supplied to the Press with the sanction of Mr. Millar I (who, by the way, is riot expected to return here before April next), and is as follows : Up to date the total quantity of ; stone put through at the battery amounts to 1100 tons. Some of this stone was Í from the No. 10 South Union claim, and I the rest was made up of lots from all the different claims owned by Mr. Millar, though the principal portions were from No. 10, No. 5, and No. 6. Taken altogether the stufi average.l over half an ounce to the ton, and the ¡ average width of lode is calculated at about 10 feet. Mr. Mellor, the manager, allowed no picking in regard to the j quartz, but took it as it came ; his in- structions being to obtain a fair average test of the whole of the nume...

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Victoria. Melbonrue, December 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

Victoria. Melbonrue, December 19. Arsenal, the Melbourne Cup winner, has been sold and forwarded to Tasmania for stud purposes. Burston and Stokes, the two Vic- torian cyclists, have just returned j from their tour round the world ; they rode a total distance of ten thousand miles. A project is on foot for startiug a crematorium in this city, and the idea is meeting with considerable support. The Hercules and Energétic mine at Sandhurst last week supplied a cake of gold weighing 2,28i OKS.

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English & Foreign. December 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

English & Foreign. December 19. Kilrain, the pugilist, has been sen- tenced to two months' imprisonment and fined two hundred dollars for his share in the prize fight with Sullivan in July last. Stanley, the explorer, has arrived at Zanzibar with his followers, and will shortly leave for England. He has received numerous congratula- tory messages from all parts of the continent and England, including one from the Queen. Emin Pasha is recovering from the effects of his late accident on the mainland, and will probably be well enough, to accompany Stanley to England. Serious disturbances are threaten- ing in Brazil, and it is stated a large proportion of the inhabitants are far from feeling satisfied with the recent sudden changes in the consti- tution. The Emperor was heartily cheered on the occajiou of his de- parture for Europe. Several of the loyalists who have made themselves more particularly prom ¡ne ut by the expression of their opinions; have been arrested by the autho...

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Queensland. December 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

Queensland. December 19. Johnson, of Bunabërg, won the sculling championship over the Bris- bane River course.

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Miscellaneous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

^JjSÇcllilHtOH.'i <f;IÍUUÍl!l].';. A public meeting was recently held in 1 the Melbourne Town Hall to get an expression of opinion re the opening of the Free Public Library anil other popular resorts on Sundays. "The Vagabond'' (Julian Thomas) moved a resolution in favour, urging the good example of New South Wales. Bishop Goe thereupon moved an amendment in the negative. A sccue of the wildest disorder ensued, and the partisans of both sides shouted themselves hoarse; the hall was cleared with difficulty, without any decision being arrived at. A young woman named Lizzie Gilpin, of masculino appearance, was lately arrested in Mel I iou rue on a charge of insulting behaviour to the police. Her examination revealed some remarkable experiences. It was shown that for two and a half years she had masqueraded in the back blocks of Riverina in unie attire, part of the time working on a farm, and subsebueutly acting with great success as a butcher, a boundary rider, and a horse b...

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New Zealand. December 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

New Zealand. December 19. Owing to the great success of the Ounecliu Exhibition, it is proposed to open an exhibition of New Zea- land products iu Loudon, transfer- ring all the best of tho exhibits there. It the schemo is decided I upon, the arrangement of the details ' will be confided to M. Joubert. j The " Otago Times," discussing the federation proposals, advocates absolute autonomy as the policy best calculated to promote the pro- gress of New Zealand, arguing that she is naturally separated by a wide stretch of ocean from the Australian group, and that she will be acting foolishly if she does not maintain the distinction in matters political, and work out her own destiny inde- pendent of the Australian Dominion. The Aucklaud tramways have been purchased by a Melbourne syndicate.

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From Pine Creek to the River Katherine and Maude Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

Prom Pine Crook to the River Katherine and Maude Creek. To those who have never travelled over the ground indicated hy this head- ing the following portion of a letter may afford some interesting information as to thc character of the country, its rivers and creeks, mileage, and so forth, and he of service to those who wish to form some idea of what a railway from Pine Greek to the Katherine would have to provide for. The sketch is by a gentle- man who assisted Mr. Stewart with the flying survey of that route about a year ago, about which, by thc way, we have heard nothing up to the present. Be- ginning at Pine Creek, the writer says The various goldfields are all within j easy r.istance of the station, and although j Pine Creek is credited with being a very ; rich field a great deal of work has yetto be done to firmly establish this opinion. Thc only battery on this field is Mr. Jansen's, but owing to the absence of the proprietor the crushing* hare been somewhat inter- mittent and...

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New South Wales. Sydney, December 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

New South Wales. Syduey, December« 19. The embarkation of Searle's body on Saturday last for the residence of diis parents ou the Grafton River was marked by an immense national demonstration. It is estimated that the crowd present ou,and arouud the Circular Quay numbered fully two hundred thousand, and »every- point of vantage along the route was thickly coveied with sightseers. There has been nothing like it seen in Sydney since the departure of the Soudan contingent. The flags on the shipping and throughout the city were hoisted at half-mast, and nearly everyone wore Searle's colours, iu conjunction with crape. . Every sculler of any note in the colonies was present, including Beach, Kemp, Matterson, Green, Laycock, Trickett, Stansbury, Rush, and Messenger. There were also present the Mayor, the members of the Council, members of Parliament. Soarle's father, brother, and sister were also present as chief mourners. After leaving Neil Matterson's residence the coffin was first con-...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

fjhc ^farlli jjUslraltoii. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. I KID AY, DECEMBER 20, 1889. An entertainment is being arranged for New Year's Eve, to be carried out under tho auspices of the Palmerston Dramatic an:l Musical Society. The steamer Changsha arrived on Sunday from Hongkong, and the s.s. Franklin, from western ports, on the following day. Both vessels departed on Tuesday morning. Gold valued at £5,46S was taken from this port by the last steamer for south. Tlie bulk of this valuable con- signment was shipped by the Commercial Bank. Included in the 23 passengers taken away by thc s.s. Changsha were-Mr. and Mrs. C. NV. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. James, Messrs. J. C. Hillson, 0. Jensen, and P. C. McDonald. A new departure in local athletics is the presentation by Messrs. Rundle Bros., P. R. Allen & Co., and V. L. Solomon & Co., respectively, of trophies to be run for at the New Year's Day sports. If wc go by dates in the shipping column, there is some probab...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Decemlier 15-Thc s.s. Changsha, from Hongkong, willi 175 lons cargo. No passengers.-Aplin, lirown & Co., agents. December 16-The s.s. Franklin, 395 tons, Captain Pincointie, from Fremantle, via Wyndnam. Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. Hay, Messrs. Krockman, Hottaway, J". Mcsherry, P. Murphy, J. Hay, J. Costello, M. Walsh, and ^ Malays. Cargo: T sheep for Armstrong & Lawrie.-Rundle Bros., & Co., agents. SAILED. December 17-The s.s. Changsha, for southern ports, with passengers as follows: Mr. and Mrs. James, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and child, Mr. and Mrs. Hay, Messrs. J. C. Hillson, O. Jensen, P. C. .McDonald, W. Green.H. Green, J. Macfarlane, John Hendrickson, A. Patroni, A. Daly, M. Murphy, P. McSherry, M. Walsh, J. Hay, and H. M. Solomon. Exports : io tons general cargo ; 1 box gold valued at ¿4612, Commercial Hank; 1 box gold valued at .£856 E. S. & A. C. Hank. December 17-The s.s. Franklin, for Fremantl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

THK NAME O? M. MOSá Jfc CO. IS ON IÍVERY GEN U INK MOTTLE TnrrOLFË"S SCHNAPPS is ar goat] TT relief of Rheumatism, infinitely superior to brandy or whisky. Invigorate tho system with Wolfe's Scuapps, the purest stimulant in the world. Wolfe's Schnapps strengthens and braces ap the system against disease. Be sure you obtain Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception io the spirits of thc day. Always ask for Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is thc most celebrated ionic and stimulant of this or any agc. 13e fertain that you obtain Wolfe's. There is nothing known better calculated to invigorate thc constitution than Wolfe's Schnapps. Wolfe's Schnapps is fhe purest and best Stimulant, tonic, diuretic at present before the world. Invigorate thc system with Wolfe's Schnapps if you would avoid bilious Attacks, The most suitable invigornnt, stimulant, find protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain ¿he genuine Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is the greatest stimu- lant and tonic in the world. Beware of i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

RUNDLE BROS. & CO. IMPORTERS AND General Storekeepers, QOTERHWEET COITTHACTOES, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT MITCHELL-STREET, P A L M E li S T O N. AGENTS FOR Tho North Queensland Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. The llcndrock Powder Co.'s " Kackarock." W. K. Thomas & Co's Superfine and Standard Patent- Koller Flour E. B. Young & Co's. " St. George " Claret. Imperial Fire Insurance Company. Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, Adelaide and Fort Darwin line, via Western Australian ports. Offices of the Palmerston Carrying Company. I. M. DEB2ÖSS, CARPENTER, JOINER, & GENERAL CONTRACTOR, Is prepared to undertake any description of Co» tract or Job Work at REASONABLE RATES. ADDRESS Exchange Hotel, Palmerston ASSAYINGS T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSAVEK FOR TUE PALMERSTON RANK?) GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, KATHERINE RIVER, N.T. -o A good and choice assortment ot Fancy Bridles, Whips, Bits, Spurs, New ¿ S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

Government Gazette. NORTHERN TERRITORY. Pastoral Blocks. Crown Lands Office, Palmerston, November 26th, 1889. THE following List of Rents on Pastoral Claims and Leases, which fall due 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. No. of lease. do do do do do do do do do do do do |J. A. Macartney IA. W. T. Grant Thorold L. G. Brownie E. A. Macpherson Campbell, Lewis & Wi eford The North Australian Terri-1 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 >\. W. T. Gram, Thorold, andi 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 W. H. Osmand |T. Elder do do do do do do do Australian Joint Stock Bank do do do do da do E.W. Lamb do do do do do ¡C. Smith do |W. Kilgour C. Smith do do do do do do do do do [j. A. Macartney d...

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The Transvaal Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 20 December 1889

The Tansvaal Goldfield The following account of Johannes- burg, S. Africa (says the Northern   Miner) written by a well known resident   of this town and of Charters Towers   (Mr. Herbert Leonard) to Mr. J. Shepherd, will, we believe, be read with   interest:- "I reached Johannesburg   after a journey of three months and four days, and must condemn the folly of taking the Mauritius route; the better way is to go straight home to London and get a boat from there to Cape Town. My first impression of Johannesburg was very poor. I had to   hunt all over the town for quarters and got them at last at £2 per week. And such accommodation ! I have seen better   provided for kanakas. The town is much larger than Charters Towers ; there are 400 public houses on the field, and the drinks range from 6d. to ls. 3d.; the monthly return of gold is 35,OOO ounces on an average : thc piles that are made here are...

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Legal Information. POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

lj>gal information. POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) Henry Lucas, seaman on board the schooner Envy, was charged with that lie tiid, on the 8th day of December, 1889, upon the high seas, unlawfully ¡ assault and beat the master of the said vessel, John Strachan. Mr. Symes appeared for the prosecu- tion ; Mr. Beresford for the defence. John Strachan, sworn, deposed : I am j master of the British ship Envy ; I pro : duce the ship's articles signed by the prisoner, who was lawfully engaged as an ablebodied seaman ; on Sunday, December 8, we were off the Watabello Islands; on that evening the pri:wner was at the wheel ; at 9 p.m. I asked him how the ship's head was, but he made no reply ; I asked him again ; he replied in an insolent manner ; 1 ordered him to leave the wheel and go into the cross-trees to keep a look out for two reefs which were close to as shown on the charts ; prisoner did not go aloft, but proceeded to the forecastle and stayed t...

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