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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

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Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

^«»1 Jifa. Rainfall at Port Darwin for week ended 9 a.m. December 2tith-O'240in. The s.s. Chingtu is not due here from Hongkong until the 3rd of January. The earnings of the Palmerston Railway for week ended December 21st, £357. The P. D. M. & A. Co. advertise an important auction for this afternoon. The cargo entered hythe schooner Envy comprises 1 lb. weight of pearls, valued at £1,000, and 5 tons pearl shell. The third annual meeting of the Katherine River Turf Club took place yesterday, Boxing Day. We understand that the s.s. Catter- thun left Hongkong on the 22nd for Port Darwin VIA Java. From Union we hear that Mr. McPherson is sinking on a 5ft. reef in the Prospectors' claim, the stone from which he will start crushing next week. Pedestrians who intend having a run for the big events on New Year's Day should note that their entries are re- quired by the Secretary not later than 6 p.m. on Tuesday. The s.s. Adelaide arrived from the Macarthur River at noon on Christmas ...

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New Zealand. Auckland, Dec. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

Hew Zealand. Auckland, Dec. 26. A large fire has occurred at Tonga, resulting itt great., destruc- tion to property, including^- Uta. Government bond store and the armoury. A laige quantity of gun- powder and dynamite was stored in tho latter building, and this fact was a check- to any very vigorous efforts to stay- the progress of the flames. The ship Beltana, bound from Adelaide to London with a cargo of wool, has put into this port in dis- tress. A fire broke out in the hold and a large portion of the cargo has been destroyed. Two thousaud bales -in a damaged coudition, have been saved. The export of flax from Wellington for the last six months is valued at £227,000. Seventy-eight thousaud people have paid for admission to the Dunedin Exhibition siuce the day of opening.

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Katherine River Races. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Katherine, Dec. 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

Katherine River Saces. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Katherine, Dec. 26th. There was a good muster at the races, the weather was grand, and the racing enjoyable. The finishes all speak volumes for the handicapper. Results as follows : MAIDENS, of £15 los; distance 1 Mile, weight for age, for horses that have not won an advertised stake exceeding £10. Nomination, 1 sor. Mr. W. Braiding's Don Juan ... 1 Mr. C. Clarke's Gasoline . 2 Mr. Byrne's Trangine . 3 Won hy half a length NOVEL CIGAR RACE of £5 5 s; dis- tance 1 mile, catch weights. AU jockeys to saddle np, light their cigars, and mount after the starter's flag drops, and finish with cigar in smoking order. Post entrance, 10s. Tommy . 1 . Traynean . 2 Lord Byron. 3 PUBLICAN'S PURSE of £20; distance If miles. Welter weight for age. Nomination, £110s. Mr. L. Dagenhardt's Disconnt ... 1 Mr. B. Murphy's Bruno. 2 KATHERINE CUP of £50; distance li Miles; a handicap. The second horse to receive £10 from the stake. Nomination, £2, acceptance, £2. Mr. ...

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Victoria. Melbourne, Dec. 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

Victoria. Melbourne, Dec. 26th. Afckiuson, the manager of the Indian Trading Company, Mel- bourne, has been awarded £100 damages for a libel contaiued in an article published in the " AGE," in which it was stated that he had embezzled £700 and then concealed himself. Great satisfaction is expressed at the result of the shipments of butter sent to London from the colony. It was taken home in steamers of the Orient line, and all sold well, some lots realising over ls. per lb., leaving ample profits for the manufacturer. Trouble has arisen with Messrs Howard Smith and Co. and the Adelaide S. S. Co. Owing to the adoption of a new rule, that the captains of their vessels shall check the working of the engines. . The Engineers Society strongly object to this as an interference with the duies of engineers. Captain Lockyer and the chief engineer of the .steamer Adelaide have oeen temporarily with- drawn in consequence of the dispute.' At a conference held on Tuesday it was decided that the ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORESPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, Dec. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

Telegraphic News. -? FROM OUR OWN CORESPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, Dec. 26. Both the dailies speak in high terms of the shipment of pineapples from the Territory, from the Govern- ment . Resident to the Minister, stating them to be equal in every respect to tho best Queensland fruit. It is hoped that the trade will be developed. Homburg and Dashwood, mem- bers of Parliament and of the legal profession, have both declined the proffered appointment at PortDarwiu Many still think that Wigley will accept the position. The Adelaide University has won the annual eight-oared contest against representatives of the Mel- bourne University. The race came off on the Port River, and the win was an extremely easy one. There was not an overwhelming display of interest on the part of the public. The Supreme Court has ordered the realisation forthwith, with the view of completing the liquidation, of all assets of the late Commercial Bank, and has ordered a call on the shareholders for Februa...

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Queensland. Brisbane, Dec. 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, Dec. 26th. Another large meeting has been held at Rockhampton in connection with the North Queensland separa- tion agitation. The meeting fully endorsed and adopted the resolutions of the Separation League. Three more French escapees have just landed on the coast near Card- well; they report leaving New Caledonia several weeks ago in an open boat, and have suffered mach from exposure and want of food.

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Western Australia. Dec. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

Western Australia. Dec. 26. The legislature has passed aa Act dealing with the question of Chinese immigration on the restrictive basis adopted by the other colonies. The measure provides that only one Chinese shall be allowed for every 500 tons, and that Chinese not pos- sessed of permits shall be debarred from crossing the border, j

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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New South Wales. Sydney, Dec. 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

New South Wale«. Sydney, Dec. 26th. A well-known professional beggar named Lambert, who had been a frequenter of Sydney streets for years, was arrested on Saturday for begging. It was discovered after- wards that he was in possession of £8 in cash, and held bank deposit receipts for over £900.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

Government Gazette. NORTHERN TERRITORY. Pastoral Blocks. Crown Lands Office, Palmerston, November 2Gtli, 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. 1263 1269 «70 1271 1273 «273 1274 «75 1276 «277 1278 1279 227 232 233 =34 235 230 =37 242 =43 244 =43 246 =47 4373 4404 4405 4406 No. of lease. 35 37 38 58 59 248 249 250 =5' 4Ó7 46a 469 4S1 482 487 488 489 49° 503 507 508 5°9 543 544 727 728 7=9 730 73= 739 740 74» 74= 743 744 745 746 748 749 750 75» 75= 753 754 755 756 757 758 762 763 764 765 77= 7P 784 735 786 787 7S8 789 790 791 79= 793 794 795 796 79l 798 804 805 806 808 809 810 811 812 2'3 814 *8i6 !8i7 *8i8 *8ig *8so 821 822 " 8* j 824 823 828 829 830 > I31 !33 83» S53 854 855 856 857 858 859 860 893 894 906 907 908 935 936 937 938 93?-> 94tT 94t 942 943 94...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

I Shipping. i -? PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Dec. 2Gtli.-The s.s. Adelaide, Edwards, master, from Macarthur River, via ports. Passengers -.-Messrs. Stott, M'Culloch, Burke, J. Cooper, and two others. Cargo : -140 mixed hides, from Bowen Straits. Aplin, Brown and Co., agents. Dec. 21st.-The schooner Envy, Capt J. Strachan, from New Guinea. Cargo: 1 lb. weight of pearls, valued at £1,000 ; and 5 tons pearl shell.-Aplin, Brown and Co., agents. MOVEMENTS. The Tannadice arrived at Brisbane from Sydney on the 23rd. The Taiyuan left Melbourne on the 24th and arrived at Adelaide on the 2oth.

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The Cruise of the "Envy." [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

The Cruise of the "Envy." The British schooner Envy, Captain John Strachan, arrived in harliour on' Friday last, from the Arru Islands, aud, as is usually the case with this adven- turous navigator, the cruise has not been destitute of incident. Captain Strachan reports leaving Sydney on the 28th August last, bound on a trading and exploring expedition to New Guinea and adjacent islands. Very heavy weather was experienced during portion of the voyage, but despite this fact the vessel arrived on the coast of Dutch New Guinea thirty days after taking her departure from Sydney Heads. Having made many previous voyages to this portion of the coast, Captain Strachan was warmly welcomed by his old friends the natives, who expressed especial satisfaction at the fact of his having on this occasion brought with him his wife and child, thereby showing a gratifying amount of confidence in their aimable qualities-a confidence by the way, which subse- quent events seems not to have justified. É'o...

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English & Foreign. LONDON, Dec. 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

English & Foreign. LONDON, Dec. 26th. Tlie fight between Paddy Slavin (white champion of Australia) and Jem Smith, the crack heavy weight of England, came off at Bruges, in Belgium Territory, on Sunday. Re- ports of the affair show that the fight was interrupted by English roughs. It is stated that after the thirteenth round had been fought Slavin was to all intents and purposes the winner, but then a number of Bir- mingham rowdies who had gone over to see the fight, rushed the ring and struck the Australian, who there- upon claimed a foul. This, how- ever, the referee disallowed, and the men were ordered to resume. Upon 1 this being done the roughs again Í broke into the riug, and the referee, j seeing there was no chance of the 1 ' contest being finished, declared it a draw. One report states that Slavin punished Smith severely during the twenty-two minutes occupied, and that the referee had become terro- rised by the conduct of Smith's par- tisans. A later report says tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

BUNDLE BROS. & CO. IMPORTERS AND General Storekeepers, G07EEÎTMEITT COUTH ACTORS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT MITCHELL-STREET, PAL M E E S TO N, AGENTS FOB. The North Queensland Mariue Insurance Co., Ltd. The Redrock Ponder Co.'s " Rackarock." , W. Jv. Thomas & Co's Superfine and Standard Patent Roller Flour I IE. 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 the Palmerston Carrying Company. ; H. M. BBBIÛSS, CARPENTER, JOINER, t GENERAL CONTRACTOR, prepared to undertake any description of Contract or Job Work at REASONABLE RATER. ADDRESS Exchange Hotel, Palmerston ASSAYING. T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSAYER FOB THE PALMERSTON BANK?) GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, KATHERINE RIVER, N.T. -o A good and choice assortment of Fancy .Bridles, Whips, Bits, ; Spurs, New (fc...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 27 December 1889

fyht $trih ^nslralian. and Northern Territorv Government Gazette. IA JD A Y, DECEMBER 27, 1889. IN commenting ou the action of the Legislative Council with regard to the question of extending the oper- ations of the Chinese Immigration Act our contemporary expressed rather a questionable idea as to the value of European labour in the Northern Territory. " To point onr "argument (says the TIMES), we "may say that although Chinese " labourers are obtaiuable at a rate " of wage varying from three to six " shillings per day, it wonld be far "better for the country if we dis " pensed with these interlopers, and gave EIGHT, NINE, or TEN SHILLINGS "to competent miners of our own "colour." With the main object of this quotation, viz., the introduction of European miners in quantity, we heartily agree ; but not so with the scale of wages. That is, we think, placed at too low a maximum to be likely to induce much enthusiasm amongst southern miners. It will be readily granted that while com- p...

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J. C. Hillson v. the Port Darwin Gold Mining Co., Limited. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

J. C. Hillson v. thc Port Darwin Gold Mining Co., Limited. TO TUE EDITOR. SIR-I duly noted the remarks-made hy you in your issue of the Gth inst.,'iii t the above matter. I beg to point out that with thu object of terminating the litigation, concessions were 'made by both parties. Mr. Hillson, on his part, agreed to accept £125, in full settle- ment of his claim of £298, and the* company, on their part, agreed to a settlement being made in court by their - solicitor, withdrawing certain itnputarS tions against, Mr. Hillson. . ? V * This does not imply that Mr. 'HilU^ son thought himself not entitled"t37~tlie^ larger sum, though htf accepted th«?f-, lesser; nor that the directors of the; i company have changed their ; opinion^ j ; though they have withdrawn the formal : expression of it. Hy this explanation you will see that , your remarks are somewhat misleading,. and I will thank you to either publish; this letter, or modify your former re- marks in your next issue. I air, Dear Sir...

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District Council of Palmerston. DECEMBER 24TH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

District Council of Palmerston. DECEMBER. 24TH. Present : Ors. H. H. Adcock (Chair- man), V. L. Solomon, T. II. Harwood, S. T. Brown, and 0. McKcddie. Minutes of thc last meeting were read and confirmed. Letter received from the Inspector of Police, in reply to communication from Council, stating that the police had been instructed to assist tho Registrar of Dogs in enforcing the provisions of the Dog Act. Letter received from Paul Foelsche, Esq., calling attention to a nuisance on allotment 535.-Inspector of Nuisances stated that the matter had been atten- ded to. Letter received from the Secretary to the Government Resident, in reply to thc Council's refusal to accept the tem- porary control of the Recreation Ground, stating that the Minister controlling the Northern Territory considers that as the area referred to is outside the limits of the District Council it is not desirable to dedicate the same absolutely to the Palmerston District Council, and asked if the Council would nom...

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LETTERS. Bryan's Patent Roller Quartz Mill. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

LETTEIIS. LETTKIIS to thc Editor must he couched in respectful and simple language and as concise as possible. lu every case the writer's name is required, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] Bryan's Patent Boiler Quartz Mill. TO TIIK EDITOR. Sir-In your--contemporary of the 27th inst, appeared a description of the Bryan roller mill elected on the South Union O.M. Co.'s claim at this place. this being signed by Mr. Albert, as manager of this company, und mulursiug tho highly overdrawn account of the utility and capability of this machine as applied to ordinary hard quartz of this country. As I consider this description does not tally with facts, so far as proved herc, I take exceptio.» to it, and would ask you to give this letter space on the ground that the above statement may mislead other companys who may propose erecting crushing plants hen;, and thus help to keep back our already heavily handicapped gold mining in- dustry. The following facts I h...

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Western Australia. Perth, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

Western Australia. Perth, Jail. 2. The natives are becoming very j troublesome in the Gascoigne dis- trict. Several large flocks of sheep are stated to have been stolon by them.

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Queensland. Brisbane, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

Queensland. Brisbaue, Jau. 2. Very heavy floods are reported from the northern portion of the I colony. The Mount Morgan shareholders have been paid another shilling divi- dend, absorbing £50,000. The Eastern aud Extension Co. have decided to lay a duplicate cable to New Zealand, and it :s expected the work will be commenced forth- j with.

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