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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

Telegraphic News. PROM OUR OWN OORRSPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, Jan. 2. New Zealand has made overtures to our Government ' with a view to entering into a reciprocal treaty for the free admission of each, others products. *,. The estimated revenue of this colony for the year is £2,500,195. Bray,.Speaker of the Assembly, has- ^received the honor of knight- hood. The output of silver from Broken Hill Proprietary Go. for the week is 139,760 ounces. The dividend has been; increased to 10s. ; Block 14-, 11,230 ounces; British Blocks, 16,480 ouuces. Typhoid fever is on the increase at Broken Hill, with a corresponding addition in the death rate. The Hon.- Angas, of Angaston, has given a new wing to the Conva-: lescont Hospital for children, to cost £1,200. The Civil Service Commission will shortly present their Public Works report.. . , Ferguson, Comptroller of Stores, takes eight months leave of absence after 40 years of service. The members of the Civil Service are much agitated ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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NEW YEAR ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

NEW YEAR ATHLETIC SPOUTS. Great success attended the efforts of the gentlemen who undertook the arrangement of a day's spoil; for the 1st of the New Year. The weather proved line, though a trifle warm to begin with, but not sufficiently tropical to prevent a very large muster of spectators on thc oval, including a welcome sprinkling of ladies, who apparently took great inte- rest in the proceedings. A fair number of country visitors were present, and also a contingent from the West brought by the s.s. Otway. A few trifling disputes occurred in connection with the meeting, but taken throughout the sports passed off very nicely, and with satisfaction to the subscribers who found the capital to go on, to the com- petitors, and to the onlookers generally. As will be seen the two principal events fell to a runner named C. A. Murray, a colored sprinter, who arrived here a few weeks ago from Queensland, where he is well known in the tracks. Murray is undoubtedly.,a good pacer, and fairly f...

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Victoria. Melbourne, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

' Victoria. Melbourne, Jan. 3. The forty-third annual intercolonial cricket match between Victoria and New South Wales, pu Monday last, was won by the former with eight wickets to spare. The Sydney team, totalled370 in,their two innings. The annual match between repre- sentatives of the Adelaide and Mel., bourne 'Universities, * resulted in a victory for the' latter with one inuiugs and 27 runs to: spare. . , A mau has been .kilied at Kenny's Baths, St. Kilda. He took a header into shallow water anti broke his neck. The Amateur; Turf Club Meeting ou Boxiug Day was a great success. The Governor and Lady Hopetoun were both present. The revenue for |the year amounts to £8,042,000; sterling, :an increase upon the .previous year's LreturnV of uearly two hunred thousand pounds.

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New South Wales. Sydney, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

New South Wales. . -? Sydney, Jau.^2. Tho reven üo returns of New South ' Wales ^-'for' " the year gives a'graud total of 9,003,000, or au iuerease of £177,000 .ou the returns for¡''¿he preceding year. " . r >s A disastrous fire occurred in Darling Harbour on Christmas night, destroying two wharves and a number of stores. The damage is estimated1 at £30.000. The schooner Scotia has been totally wrecked on Blowhole Poiut, near Kiama. .?AU hands succeeded in reaching the shore. A lot of opium, valued at £1000, w s stolen from Ivo's Bond daring the Christmas holidays. The summer meeting at Randwick on Boxing Day was largely attended, and the several^ ej^u.ts were well contested. James Blyth, a son of the South Australian Agent-General, has just been' sentenced to six months'' im- prisonment for passiug valueless cheques.

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

í|lie shrill ^iiíilraliaii. and Xoríhcrn Tcrrilerv Girscrnincnt Gazette. ï JU DAY, JANUARY 3, 1SÍ)0. WK may well ask ourselves if the year of grace 1É89, just euded, has fulfilled the great hopes and antici- pations indulged in at its comtneuce mcut. Beginuitg with every pros- pect of briugiu^ uuusual prosperity to our settlement, it has ended, like too many of its predecessors, without having achieved any permaueut results. It was ushered in with a flourish of public coutentmeut as to what it would bring forth. It has joined the years of the past without having accomplished auythiug of material benefit. Practically, it has left us toeiug thc same old mark, and to continue the sporting simile, we arc as heavily handicapped uow as we were a year ago. We should be the last to cry " stinking fish " if there could bt found the merest semblance of au trgumeot by which we could escape Hie publication ot' au advertisement so derogatory to the best interests of the settlement. But there is ...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

Shipping. -« POUT DARWIN. ABUTTED. Dec. 31st-Thc s.s. Otway, from "Wes- tern Australian ports, with lo" passengers. -Iluudlc Uros, & Co., agents. SAILED. Jan. 2-The ss. Otway, for western ports, witli one passenger. MOVEMENTS. Tlie s.s. Menmuir arrived at Sydney from Adelaide on lite 2Sth. The Taiyuan left Adelaide for Melbourne ou the 28th. Thc s.s. Changsha arrived at Sydney from Hongkong on the 28th.

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

RAINFALL. Post Office and Telegraph Department, Port Darwin Station, dan. 2, IS'JO. RETUHNS of rainfall recorded at the Telegraph »Station, Port Darwin, during thc years 1675 to 1889. indies 8*460 7*iyo 14 OCX 9'53' 1663c 4'3« 0-5ÔC o*a£c 1S77. ! 1S7S. 1 1879. I IEEO. I 1E81. I lEEa. ! 1S83. I 1684. [1885. [1886. j 1S87 licites .indies jincniK 'indies jind:es linches¡inches indies inches inches indie 17-4401 12*30o| I9*JCOI 2*42ol , 1EE8.I 1889. indies ¡indies indies 15*910 18-780 ia"7g«j 8-710 6"t¿7o¡ i3*4Eo| 8'i7oii8-s;o 2*760' 15*810 12*140! 4-/41. 1- 74o| 2- 1*40 1; 9"5 C/0E5I 12*580 0*910 10-270 o*eoo 12*859 21*460! 19-705, 6'.-">5 0-975! 18-555 if'?-"-1 17-090; 15-oçiij 15*61 u 21V310 22-6511, 9*550 18-865 9*7Éo 3'845¡ 4''eo| V1401 J*4es 0*310 lo'o^oi u'6£o. o*o85| il*3<J5 0*673 °^S"j *i2o; - I 0-350 6-795 3'>-7î 4'°75 4'os* fo3c 0-470 3'i.<-o j '3-4301 .|56-f2d 1*710] 2*650, 1 "36t 0*670 6*170 <>"5çoj 0*060 3'ooo 18*540' 3*5ÇD! 5*200'...

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Christmas at Rum Jungle. Rum Jungle, Dec. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

Christmas at Hum Jungle. Rum Jungle, Dec. 25. Dear Sir-We had a very nice day's sport here yesterday. The weather was beautiful and cool, and everything lovely ; until the vaulting with the pole business commenced, when some of the Don's changed ends after letting go the stick ; there was also one or two of the white bucks that thought to sneak the -fcirt-of- -bouillip-îiandkcrcbîef, aiub pipe (prize for the hurdle race) by going under thc hurdles instead of over ; but it was no use, as Charley Brooks flew over the sticks and did the distance in 19Ä secs.-140 yards, with three jumps 3ft" lOin. high. Next we had a handicap flat race, 100 yards, with entries as follow : Charley Brookes, 4 yavds behind scratch Billy Cummings, scratch Mickey Ryland, 1 yard in front Robert, 2 yards Mickey Bad English, 3 yards Barney Flin, 7 yards This was a very good race, won by Billy Cummings in 14 seconds, with Robert a good second. Mr. Brookes sat down the moment the word was given to go, thu others ...

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Macarthur River Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

Macarthur Uiver Notes. We are indebted to the courtesy of the Hon. J. L. Parsons for the following items, extracted from the Walden's report, dated Borroloola, December 12, 1889 : Pastoral.- Under this head I am sorry to say the accounts brought in by managers of stations are not encourag- ing ; the season has been similar to last yeaa-a very prolonged dry one-which of course has materially interfered with stock movements, and iii many cases mustering has been quite out bf the question. The 4000 head mentioned in my last report have not yet left the Macarthur Station, but the drovers are still in thc district waiting until suffi- cient rain falls to enable them to travel ; the manager informs me that he thinks about the end of January will sec them away. I would herc strongly urge upon the Government the desirability of putting down an artesian bore say be- tween Corella Downs and Eva Downs, which if successful would tend more than anything to advance the squatting interests and pas...

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

1|ÖC:I! jiotes. Tlie cricket match arranged for Saturday last was prevented by the in- clemency of the weather. The. rainfall recorded at Port Darwin for the week ending 9 a.m. January 2, 1890, was 4-880 inches. The earnings of the Palmerston Rail I way for the week ended Dec. 2Sth, 1 were ¿31 G. J At the Police Court, on Saturday, the case against a European, charged with committing larceny at the Two-and a-half Mile, was dismissed. i The rumoured refusal of tho Govern- ment to grant Mr. Knight's application for leave is a fabrication. As far as wo can learn the Minister hats not yet given the matter consideration. Gas, the winner of tho Katherine River Cup and Plying Handicap has won the "double" two years in succes- sion. Carrying the weight he did he must be either a very smart horse or his opponents were weeds oz the lirst water. A mob of from 1300 to 1500 head of cattle will be starting in a few days from the N. A.T. Co.ir-Daly-River Station, destined for tho Company's Victori...

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Amateur Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

Amateur Entertainment. A satisfactorily numerous audience turned up at the Town Hall on Tuesday evening to witness the efforts of tkemem bers of . the Palmerston Dramatic ¡and Musical Söcie'tyj and the-show, taken on the whole, was fairly good. In the nigger, circle were Messrs. F. C. "Ward (inter- locutor) G. H. Sims, K. Glyde, T. H. Harwood, J. C. Hendry (Bones), H. D. Beresford (Tambo), F. L. Marchant, J. J. Lawrie, and Wilkie. Mr. Hendry rattled the .bones arid- got ; through his s "corner" eccentricities ; very creditably but his támbo-spanking VIS-A-VIS hardly put sufficient energy into his work ; while as to thé "gag," which is ever an essential feature in this phase of entertainment, it was in the main but coldly received. A few of the jokes were what in the chaste language of theatrical god would be termed " chestnuts "; others were a bit too dee]), or apparently so ; and it was evident that the end men had an ice-bound audience to deal \rith. . .With|regard to the singing ...

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English & Foreign. LONDON, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

English & Foreign. LOUDON, Jan. 2. The unfair treatment met with by j Slaviu during the recent fight with Smith, from partisaus of the latter, has created for him a host of friends among the English sporting frater- nity, and he has been feted and pre- sented with testimonials. He lias forwarded a challenge to John L. Sullivan, the American champion, which it is considered likely will be accepted. A match has at length been arranged between John L. Sullivan and Peter Jackson, for three thou- sand'-pounds aside and the world's championship. No particulars have transpired as to the time or place of meeting, which is being kept a close secret. The news that the match has been definitely decided upon Has created a tremendous amount of ex- citement in sporting circles, aud it is expected to prove ono of the greatest contests recorded in the annals of the P.R. for many years past, provided Sullivan can be in- duced to undergo the requisite train- ing and forego his fatal weakness ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 3 January 1890

Government Gazette. Land Sale. TUESDAY. JANUARY 7, mo. TOWN LANDS. Borroloola, Urapunga, Union Town, Playford, Knutsford, and Burrundie, Crown Lands Office, Palmerston, December 2nd, 1889 "VrOTICE is hereby given that al1 .JJl unsold allotments previously sub- mitted in the abovenamed towns will, at the request of any person, be offered for sole by public auction, at the Land Office, Palmerston, on Tuesday, January 7th, 1890, at ll a m., at the upset price of ¿20 per allotment, under the provi- sions of the Northern Territory Crown Lands Consolidation Act 1882, and . regulations thereunder dated January ,'28th, 1885. Plans of the allotments to be offered can be seen and obtained at this office. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. Northern Territory. LANDSALE January 7th, 1890, Town Lands, Borroloola. Crown Lands Office, Palmerston, December 2nd, 1889. (rT!HE following portions of Crown ; _L Lands will be offered for sale by .public auction, at the Land Office, Pal herston, on T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 January 1890

THE .NAME OP M. MOSS it CO. WOLFE'S "blum, THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. IS ON EVERY GEN CINE BOTTLE WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is ar goat 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 np the system ngaiust disease. Be sure 3'ou obtain Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception to' the spirits of the day. Always ask for Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is the most celebrated tonie and stimulant of this or any age. Be certain that you obtain Wolfe's. There is nothing known better calculated to invigorate the constitution thau Wolfe's Schnapps. Wolfe's Schnapps is the purest and host 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 the greatest stimu-...

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That Hospital Again. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 January 1890

That Hospital Again. THE residents of Burrundie and districts adjoining have lately been much exer- cised in mind respecting what is alleged to he tlie contemplated withdrawal of Dr. Tornau and the abandonment of the Burrundie Hospital. Acting upon a brief note which wc received from Mr. G. P. Deane, we made diligent enquiries during the week, and by this meaus we have become possessed of the following reliable particulars relating to the matter. It seems that a fortnight ago the Minister of Education expressed his intention of dispensing with the services of the country doctor and closing the Hospital, inspired, no doubt, by certain expenditure returns. At this unwise resolution the Government Resident naturally demurred, and with so much success that he extracted from the Minister a well-dulined promise that Dr. Tertian would be retained. Follow- ing up this lead the Hon. J. L. Parsons held a conference with the two medical gentlemen on Tuesday last, at which the matter was fully ...

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The Sportsman. Footrace for £50. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 January 1890

^Ijc jpn orf «man. Footrace for £50. Tlii> footrace lift ween 0. A. Murray, of Queensland, and J. Armstrong, of Iviinlierley, W.A., was run oil' on Tues- ! day afternoon on the footpath in .Mitchell-street, which formed a very fair track. The match was for a stake of £">0 (£2ô aside), the distance 120 yards, and the spin was a good honest ! ! one, witnessed hy over 100 persons. \ i Mr. J. A. V. Hrowu got the pair away I ; to a grand start without any trouble. ! j They kept abreast for about *90 or 100 | j yards, going at a great bat, but then the j i pace told on the West Australian and I : the Queenslander began to forge ahead, ! I and from that out the race was fairly ¡ j over. Murray tínally breasted the tape j ( three yards ahead of his opponent, who, j j finding it useless to perseveré, had eased j I off in the last ten yards. The time as j ' taken by Mr. Cecil Marsh (who, by the j i way, is perhaps our best " watcher " in j ; athletic events) was 12 I-ôsec, hy which j it...

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Hillson v. Port Darwin Gold Mining Company, Ltd. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 January 1890

Hillson v. Port Darwin Gold Mining Company, Ltd. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I am sorry to trouble you on th matter, hut in the face of Mr. Welstead' letter I must, in justice to Mr. Hillson take objection to the statements con fained therein. In the first place, Mr. Hillson agreer to take £ 125 only on condition that tin case was called on nt once in the Loea Court, and the following statemeni made by Mr. Symes on behalf of tin P.D.O.M. Co., viz.r " I am instructed by my clients to state that AFTER AN INVESTIGATION into tll( facts of the case, and since Mr. "Welsteai made his affidavit, they lind THEY WERI MISINFORMED as to some matters whicl liad really taken place here in regard to tin Company and to Mr. Hillson's manage nient, and overtures having been made with a view to an amicable settlement, terms have been arranged. I am also in- structed to state that ALL IMPUTATION-? against the plaintiff of FRAUD AND OHOS.« NEGLIGENCE in the performance of hi.« duties arc UNRESERVEDLY WITHDRAWN."...

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My-country Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). Burrundie. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 10 January 1890

llji-cotmliji ^(iitcllir,niic. (From our Correspondents). Burt'undio. Jan uaw 3. in spite of tho dullness of tho times ¡ Imrruudic lias had (pitt! a round of fes- ' tivitios during the Christmas weak. A smoke social for New Years eve and a race meeting for New Years Day were instigated, and the meetings held to settle preliminaries and discuss matters formed excellent opportunities for assembling the residents and enjoying several pleasant evenings. The smoke social was a great suc- cess and a very creditable muster turned up. Mr. F. Lambert, of the Pioneer Motel, was caterer, and carried out his duties to the full satisfaction of all, the dinner being the liest ever prepared in liurrundii'. Dr. Ternau occupied the chair, and the evening was spent with songs, choruses, and recitations, Mr. Nash having kindly placed his piano at the service of the social. At ll? o'clock the new year was ushered in by a feu de jóte of twelve shots at two seconds interval, and "Auld Lang Syne" was then...

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