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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

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Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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The Sportsman. Roper Bar Races. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

Roper Bar Races, A happy little meeting was held at the Bar on Christmas day, and a corres- pondent has been kind enough to send us the following results : Maiden Plate, for Whip and Spurs. Mr. J. C. 'Muir's b g Tommy (Owner) 1: Mrs. G. W. Martin's b g Rock (George) 2 ; Mr. T. Braiding's g in Blue Gown (owner) 3. . . Flying -Handicap, for Saddle and Bridle presented by Mr. Mat. Kirwan. -Mrs. G. W. Martin's Rock (George) 1 ; Mr. T. Braiding's g hi Blue Gown (Tommy) 2 ; Mr. T. McDonnell's Home Rule, 3. Mr. Muir's Tommy also started, but he bolted and ran on" the course. " . The Urapunga Plate, for Watch and Chain presented by Mr. M. Kirwan. Tommy 1 : Home Rule, 2.

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Public Meeting at Burrundie. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

Public Meeting at Burrundie. (From a Correspondent.) A largo and influential public meeting I was held at the Pioneer Hotel, liurrun- ! die, on the 2nd January, 1800, with reference to the intended closing of tho Hospital and removal of the medical officer. Mr. G. P. Deane was voted to the chair, and the following resolutions wore passed. Mr. Bunny proposed and Mr. P. Greet seconded : " That this meeting view with indignation the drastic measures taken by the Government in closing the Hospital and removing the medical officer without consulting the interests of the upcountry Residents." Carried unanimously. Mr. Phil. Saunders proposed and Mr. :Goodall seconded, " That the minutes of this meeting be sent to all up country residents petitioning thom to join in the movement. Mr: Dewar proposed and Mr. Lowe seconded "That the minutes of this meeting be telegraphed to the Hon. the Minister for the Territory as follows : 'A public meeting held at Burrundie expressing regret and indignatio...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Jan. is-The s.s. Airlie, from southern ports, with 3 passengers and 80 tons cargo-V. V. Brown, agent. January 15-The s.s. Catterthun, from Hongkong, ria Singapore and Java, with no passengers or cargo for this port.-V. V. Brown, agent. j SAILED. Jan. 15-The s.s. Airlie, for Hongkong, with 1 Japanese and 5 Chinese passengers. Jan. 16-The s.s. Catterthun, for Southern ports. Passengers : Mrs. M'Keddie, sear., Messrs. E. Bensuson I.- Crawford and two blackboys, Morse, Weatherspoon, Murray, Pope, and Williams. Export--. : 06 bags un ore and 676 bags silver ore shipped by M'Kinlay & Mt. Wells Tin Company; 138 hides; box gold valued at /4,33o shipped by E. S. & A. C. Bank ; and sundries.

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RAINFALL. Post Office and Telegraph Department, Port Darwin Station, Jan. 2, 1890 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

RAINFALL. Post Office and Telegraph Department, Port Darwin Station, Jan. 2, 1890 RETÜESS of rainfall recorded at the Telegraph Station, Port Darwin, during the years 1875 to 1889. 8 '460 \ 16*050 7*190 7'020 0-470 3"900] |»3*43o| 56*520 1876. ¡nenes i4'ooo 9'53° 16*630 4*350 0*560 0-280 ?'620 i'710 2*650 10*530 60-860 .8¡*7 nenes 17*440 12*390 19*360 2*420 0*300 1*360 0*670 6*170 1878. inches 15 9*9 6*970 12*760 3'750 3*ooo| 18*540 1879 niche l8*78o| . 3"4Bo| 15*8 5*330 0*160 3*598 »'340| 9*410 61*589 68*908 22'79o 8*270 12-140 3*220 O-3O0 881. inches 8*710 18*370 4*240! i*74o| 2*241 0-230 5*290 û'735 9*485' 68*460! 45*i2o] .5*905 9*085 12*580 - 0*910 o'6oo| 0*400 2'080 7*o65 12-SBo, 71*485 12-859! **'S5a| a-65o| 3*9* indies 21*460 17*090 9"55o 0*140 o'160 0*170 4*050 6*700 59'3ao 19*705 15*000 18*865 »*495 0*085 14*230 81*725 1886. inches 6'3»5 15*600 9*76o| 0*310 a'3951 l'28o| 0-38., 3-780 13-005 9*975 20*310 3*845 10*030 0-673 i8*555l 22*650! . 4*160 o*68o 0-050 0*350 16*720 6*7...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

Telegraphic News. -:-4 PROM OUR OWN OORRSPOXDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, January IG. Parliament to-day elected Play- ford and Cockburn to represent this colony at the Federal Council which commences its deliberations in Mel- bourne on February 4. Seven members of Parliament have been appointed to form a Com- mission to make investigations re the proposal to construct a brauch liue of railway to the Queensland border. Fifty-nine new magistrates have beejï gazetted for this colony, includ- ing Mr. Bostock, Eva Downs; Mr. Mr. Bright,. Borroloola; Mr. Ham- mer, Bawhinia-Dojvns ; and also1 Mr. W. G-; Stretton*,'to be-Special Magis- trate at Borroloola. H.E, the Governor left for Dune- din to-day, accompanied : by Dr. Stirling and Horn. Lady Kintore is now in Tasmania, and will join the party at Mel- bourne. .-. . <.;.-tur? y>, :Jj The copper industry generally looks very promising; M? The 'Moonta Company has again entered into a con tracts for - the' delivery: of a larg...

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MINING MEMOS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

MINING MEMOS. 3 Mineral -exports per Catterthun - Gold valued at £4,330 , 48 tons silver ore'; arid 7 tons tin ore. . :Frpin the Daly ) River it is -reported that since the middle of November last the party engaged on thc Proprietary Company's mine have dressed 100 tons copper ore. And it is expected that before the end'of thc wet season there will be 400 or'450 tons ready for ship- ment. Our telegrams this week speak very hopefully with regard to the mar- ket for copper, indicating possibilities of greatly increased consumption in order to meet new requirements. From Pine Creek we hear that a nice little reef has been struck in the Sultana claim belonging to the P. C. P. & M. Company. At present there is no great width of reef, but the manager hopes to get it better as he goes down. . A,report is current to the effect that a Chinaman last week was fortunate in> dropping on a pocket of gold in one of the old Yam Creek workings, which brought him.jn:from-£300 to £400 for h...

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Victoria. Melbourne, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

Victoria. 'Mèlbôuraè, January 16. A desperate affray occurred with, a burglar at North Melbourne on Mon- day night,' during which one man was seriously stabbed by the dèperâdoj who^sacceéded. in making his escape. '. * ' ' . Two fossickers in the ' Dunolly district a day or two ago unearthed' a nineteen ounce nugget ; the golden treasure was discpveïéd ouly eigh- teen inches beneath 'the surface. The , Countess :/of Hopetoun has . gonejori à Visit'Jto'-Tasfaaaia.

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It is Said [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

It is Said ? That there will be at least five local candidates for the White Elephant constituency. That the G. R. wilt join the ranks of vote solicitors, and that there will also be a Knight of the bath to do battle if other things pan out contrary. That -one aspirant has the handicap by ¡ being able to write up his own virtues and tone down those of his adversaries. That the election will be both novel ¡.and interesting, like au actre3S,in tights to a South Sea Islander. * . J That thc local Leviathan intends opening a book on the event at short odds oh one particular double. That the countryites will rejoice in the fulness of their hearts at not losing their good little doctor: That for the. last three months the; Burrundie Hospital has not hàd mbrè than*an average of two patients. That the Palmerston Hospital is being retrenched. . That the poorer Chinese are becoming more .destitute, ; every day, and , want more Europeans to fatten on. . That Mr. Wigley "passes"- on the Territo...

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Queensland. January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

Queensland. January 16. The total amount of ; gold; pro- duced in this colony last year was 737¿822r-¡ouncesy--i thus-.¿beating.: Vicferia'srecbfd'for thersàmë:periodi" Shares; iu. í.the .^Mo'antv Morgan mine are now selling; at £7.12s. The blacks in several parts of North Queensland are again proving very troublesome, and a number of outrages are reported. Very heavy rains- and severe floods are reported from Normanton, the Croydon; and other localities in the north. * Thirty-nine"'tHqusaucT tons of sugar, was produced, iu. '., this colony during tho pasb year. . . "

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

||ïie -jîarifi ^uslralian. ami ¿Vorlfurn Territory Government Cosette. ï RID A Y, JANUARY 17, 1890. The general Customs regulations are published this week fur the information of those concerned. At Mr. Brandt's Shoal Bay sugar plantation ploughing operations for the season are now iu full swing. Mr. Bensuson, who represents some mining interests up this way, has just returned from a flying visit up country. j Dr. O'Elaherty's appointment as I Health Officer to the Local Board of Health has been confirmed by the : Central Board. i We understand that thc schooner EUeitou has loaded up with the balance of Messrs. Millar Bros' general plant of SO tons valued at £7~)0, dtstiued for Melbourne. The schooner will go via Torres Straits, und she was to leave here last night. The ss. Adelaide returned from Cambridge Gulf on Saturday last. She had only one passenger for this port, Mr. J. A. G. Little, who had been to thc West for a holiday. The voyage down, we hear, -was a most tempestuous one...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

BIRTH. O'FLAHERTY —On Jan. 14th, the wife of         L. S. O'Flaherty, Medical Officer, Port Darwin, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

Post Office and" Telegraph Department. Port Darwin, N.T., January 11, 1890. Time Table-Inland Mails. PALMERSTON AND PINE CREEK. (Twice pur week by train.) Commencing on Saturday, January 18th, ' 18Ü0. Pal'orston: Had closes: Tuesday ") " " Friday j ' a'm\ Howley Creek-Arr. : Tuesday \ 0 - _ . Friday j 2"' P'm Burrundie -Arr. : Tuesday j ^ p ^ Pine Creek-Arr.: Tuesday ") ... Friday . S p,m R E T LT ll y. PineCreek-Mailcloses: Wed. ?,-"", Saturday j ' a"T' Burrundie-Mail closes : Wed. "J 9.15 SaturdayJ a.m. Howley Ck-Mail closes: Wed. ~) 11.15 Sitturdayjf a.m. Palmerston- Arr.: Wednesday"! -..,."" Saturdayj0-1-1'"111; BüiíRüNDlE AND EvELEKX. (Once par weeli by vehicle). Burrundie-Dep. : Saturday, ó a.m. Eveleen-Arr. : Saturday, 8 p.m. lt E T U ii N. Eveleen- Dep. : Tuesday, Ia.m. Burrundie-Arr.: Tuesday, 7 p.m. Pixs Citr.SK AND MAUDE CHEES, VIA KATHEUINE RIVEU. (Once per week, by rollick*) Pine Creek-Dep.: Saturday, 5 a.m. Katherine-Arr.: Sunday, noon. Katherine -Dep.: Sunday, I p ni....

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N, T. Stakes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

N, T. Stakes. From our Katherine correspondent we have received the following - Ä large and representative meeting bf local sporting men met at the Sports- man Hotel last night, January 13th, to consider the advisability of having a big N. T. Stakes for May 24th 1892, for Territory-bred horses, with the result that in less than half-an-hour it was decided to ofter a stake of £120. All seemed to be very favorably impressed with the ideá^ánd..I certainly think the Club deserves credit for its enterprise, ' and if horse breeders in the "$V>T.- have any go in them at all they should patronise this race above all others. Our Club certainly has a great advant- age in being so centrally located, as horse-owners will not have so great a distance to travel their horses as they would were the race to be run at Burrundie or Port Darwin.» In addition to the £120 there ' will be a trophy, presented by B. Murphy & Co., valued at £10 10s, to go to the owner of thc sire of the winning ho...

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Miscellaneous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

¿¡jjattlhnians ^iipping*. '.' The great fire.-which occurred recently at Lyhn^Massacliuscts, destroyeuVixty acres of buildings, including several churches, banks/ factories and ware- houses. 3000 barrels of gunpowder exploded recently on a vessel in the docks ut Mar sêilles, destroying several buildings itt the immediate vicinity and shattering all windows within a mile radius. . Hayter« estimates the population of Victoria, on 30th September last, at 1,111,258. Victorian Liberation Society is the ! title of au association which has been .formed-iu Melbourne with the object of securing the opening of libraries, art j galleries, and museums on Sundays. Thu Eiffel Tower Company promises to prove a veritable gold mine to the lucky shareholders ; the receipts already amount to more than its nominal capital -5,100,000 fiancs-and the share- holders have been reimbursed their whole outlay. A prize is now being offered of .£500 for the best and ¿>2oü for the second best design for a towe...

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English & Foreign. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

English & Foreign. t London, January 16. Tremendous ' excitement has been occasioned in Lisbon arising out of the: recent- occurrences'Un South Africa and the stand taken by the. English Government. The publica- tion of the .text of the demands made by the English Ambassador,, includ- ing an imperative request that the Portuguese troops' should be recalled from the Zambesi territory within twenty-four hours, roused;the inhabi- tants into a perfect frenzy. A furious crowd collected in the street in front bf the English Embassy, which they attacked, tearing down and demolishing the royal arms of England amidst yells of execration. The riot was only prevented from assuming more serious dimensions ,by. the arrival on the scene of a strong body of troops. An English squadron cousisting of nine men of war has sailed for Dela- goa Bay, in South Africa, for the purpose of seizing upon that port in the event ot"the dispute;culminating, in a declaration of war. This de- cided action i...

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New South Wales. Sydney, January, 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

New South Wales. Sydney. January, IG. Beach has; issued a : burlesque chàl- : lenge: iii¿t;W,W Haulau a rpaÉcíi' où'cè . iùônthjy:"fôrva year for auy .sum- he likes to name. He ridicules Haulan's recent chal- lenge to row auy one, in the world, over..the Thames;^çpurse,. for: the sculling championship, characterising it as a gross piece of impudence. Two well, known tobacconists in the city have'been fined £50 a piece for running totalizators upon their premises'.1; -¡ M j fi A s 1 ; i rvh- Q ?,rr. A number^-of"foxes10were^Iííndéd' liere.by .the last, mail steamer from Sari Francisco. ' " They are being in- troduced as an experiment, it being claimed that that , the animals have proved most useful' in California as rabbit exterminators. Henry George will arrive in this cifcy/.bjfcwajjrá early? in March. ' Great*," preparations are being made for his reception... A shocking affair is reported from Penrith, on .the: Western :Railway line. Ah;'-Indian'j pedlar'suddenly went mad' and ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

ßUNDLE BÉOS. & CO. lrVlf?QRTER% ff t . . ' i l&éñerál Storekeepers^ GOIÉUMEUT C01TTEACT0ES, F WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. I MITCHELL-STREET, P A L M E RS TO N. AGENTS POR Thc North Queensland Marine Insnrance Co., Ltd. The Rendrock Powder Co.'s " Rackarock." W. K. Tliomas & Co's Superfine and Standard Patent Roller .Hour E. B. Young & Co's. " St. George " Claret. Imperial Pire Insurance Company. Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, Adelaide and Port Dargin linc,,via. Western Australian ports. Offices of the Palmerston Carrying Company. E.. M. CARPENTER, JOINER, A GENERAL CONTRACTOR, prepared to undertake any description of Contract or Job Work at REASONABLE RATES. ADDBESS Exchange Hotel, Palmerston i» T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSATEB FOB TKE PALMERSTON- BANKF) GOLD AND SILVER REPINER. rn- mmmm. SADDLER " AND HARNESS MAKER,. KATHERINE RIVE Ii, N .T. .' -0- >( '. A good and choice assortment pi; Fancy Bridles, W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 17 January 1890

Government Gazette. Maps and Charts. Land Office, Palmerston, August 21, 1889. THE undermentioned Maps, Charts, and Acts of Parliament can be obtained at this office : MAP OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY, show- ing rans. Scale, 16 miles to an inch. Price £1, separate sheets 7s. 6d. PLAN showing natural features of the country, towns, reserves, roads and sectional lands, at and in the vicinity of' Port Darwin. Price 6s. PLAN showing natural features of the trigonometrical survey, N.T. Price 2s. Cd. GENERAL PLAN showing Port Darwin Telegraph line. Price 2s. 6d, PLAN OF ADELAIDE AND PORT DARWIN TELEGRAPH LINE in sheets. Scale 20 miles to an inch. Price 2s. each, as follows: Sheet (1) Palmerston to the King; (2) The King to Powell's Creek Station; (3) The Tomkinson to the Woodforde; (4) The Woodforde to Charlotte Waters Station. MB. WINNECKE'S EXPLORATIONS between Herbert Biver, Alice Springs, and Ten* nant's Creek. Price 3s. MB. FAVENC'S EXPLORATIONS during 1878 9,1882-3. Price 2s. 6d. HUNDR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 24 January 1890

THE NAME OP M. MOSS & CO. WOLFE'S 7 III THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. XS ON EVEBY GENUINE BOTTLE WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is ar gent relief of Rheumatism, infinitely luperior to brandy or whisky. Invigorate the system with "Wolfe's Senapps, the pnrest stimulant in the world. ?V.V Wolfens 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 the day. Always ask for ; Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is the most celebrated tonic and stimulant of this or any age. Be " Certain that you obtain Wolfe's. There is nothing known better calculated to invigorate the constitution-than Wolfe's Schnapps. Wolfe's Schnapps is the pnrest 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, .nd protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain the genuine Wolfe's. Wolfe's Schnapps is the gre...

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