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POLICE COURT—PALMERSTON. MONDAY, MAY 18. (Before Mr. Price, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

POLICE co I:RT- PALMERSTON. MONDAY, MAY l8. (Before Mr. Price, S.M.) John Runge was charged with unlaw- fully assaulting and beating Charles Keenan, at Palmerston, on the 5th May. Mr. Smith for the plaintiff. Charles Keenan stated that on the day in question he went into the Telegraph Hotel, and entered a little room off the bar, when defendant came in and swore at him and asked what right he had there. Defendant af ter a few words took hold of him and tried to put him out, using some force. Had not given lum any provocation. G. C. Colg.au confirmed this evidence, and said that plaintiff was not drunk. For the defence, Robert Slack, billard marker, said that plaintiff stated that he entered the place to annoy defendant. There was no violence used towards plaintiff, but defendant put him out of the room. Another witness confirmed this state- ment ; and the Court lined the defendant Is., and fees 2i)s.

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. (Before Mr. Price, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

LAW Ci) li LITS. LOCAL COU&T-PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, MAY '20. (Before Mr. Price, S.M.) Frew v. Campbell.-Claim for £20. Unsatisfied judgment. Mr. Smith for the plaintiff. Mr. J. Frew stated that there were other debts besides the one now sued upon. Mr. Campbell had represented that he had means to meet the order which was drawn in this case, but there were no means. It was a case of misrepresentation throrghouk. Defendant did not appear. The serving of the summons was sworn to; and the Court.ordered the dé- tendant 21 davs' imprisonment. Faulks v. *ïodd.--Clai.û for £16 os. Uusatisfied judgment. Mr. Smith for tne plaintif?, and Mr. Rudall for the defendant. Plaintiff said from four to eight months ago Mr. Todd, the defendant, incurred this debt. He was storekeeeper in a Company at that time, and received £4 or £5 per week. Since then he had received £6 per week. Defen- dant had also said that he was in possession of horses. Believed he had some children in Adelaide. Mr. Rudal...

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The Boat Young Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

The Boat Yûépg Victoria. It will be remembered that a short time ago five men-Robinson, Cot- tenham, and three other men-started for the Endeavor River in a boat called the Young Victoria. But they did not get very far on their way; and after stopping awhile at Port Essington they returned to- wards Port Patterson, and Cotten- ham was landed, and thence walked overland to Tumbling Waters. We <._ subjoin the particulars of his narra- tive, which we have been kindly allowed to copy by the Government Resident :- â ^ On the same date as the schoope^ Analgista left Port Darwin we \eít in^ the boat Young Victoria, and in company with the schooner. ' At the Heads we picked up a boat and towed her to the schooner, with four or five passengers. We pioceedcd then to Fanny Bay for the purpose of watering. We then went on and reached as far as Melville Island ; the wind rather heading »is we ?.nrhored here for one day, after which we tried to make Port Essington. Sighted Trepang Bay ...

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Northern Territory Times. PALMERSTON: FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

mtimn: Ücnitorg ÜÍIMS. PALMERSTON : FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1874. To have a "Minister tor the Northern Territory " may seem a very promis ing matter to some of our settlers. But we hope this is not the chief thing which is included in the Parlia- mentary programme tor the benefit ot this part oi the colony. It un- doubtedly looks brilliant and orna- mental ; but we want something useful. Besides, how long shall we have to wait betöre the improved administra- tion becomes a matter of tact ? It is true we have got a step at last beyond previous attempts to amend the con- stitution by creating a sixth Minister, and we know that after the subject has been under discussion at various times for at least ten or eleven years, the sixth Minister has at length be- come a reality. A Minister-of Justice, a Ministes-of Education, a Minister of r'osts and Telegraphs, were some of the titles proposed for this additional member of the Cabinet. But the idea until now never got beyond a resolution or a first...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

CRICKET. r Saturday, May 16, waa the day fixed ¡ for a trial of strength between the Pal- merston and Civil Service Cricket Clubs. The weather was favor;» We^ considering wo are in the tropic, and the players were able to ex"ic themselves without mora thm ordinary discomfort. There was a large attendance of spectators, in- cluding a good number of ladies^ and Mr. and Mrs. Scott were on the ground during the afternoon. This being tlie first match between the club3 considorol/Ie Interest was taken in the result, and «peculation was rife as to which would prove the victor. The match was played on a piece of private ground not far from the Wesleyan Church, and the Palmerston Club had gone to some trouble and expense in having it cleared and levelled, although they may at any moment be turned off should the owner come forward. However, we hope that he will not be hard on the Club, but will allow ¿horn the use of it as a practice pad match grouud until ho absolutely squires it for his own...

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Palmerston Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

Palmerston Hospital. A public meeting of subscribers to the Palmerston Hospital Fund was lield at the old Court-House on Tues- day evening last, when there was a fair attendance of persons interested : Mr. Little in the chair. The CHAIRMAN explained the object of the meeting. He stated that the Hospital building was at length com- pleted, and that the subscribers were now asked to elect three Committee men to act with three who would be appointed by the Government to manage the 'Hospital for the first 12 months, after which time the manage- ment would be in the hands solely ol' the Government, assisted by such subscribers as might contribute to- wards the maintenance. Up to the present time the public had subscribed £250 aud the Govern mont, £400, mak- ing £öd0, which was the cost of the building, and which had been paid to the contractors, with the exception of A final amount which was still on hand. The Hon. T. REVNODS asked what was the exact position of the Com- mittee's Funds. ...

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The Tariff of South Australia [Act No. 10 of 1870.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

The Tariff of South Australia [Act No. IO of 1870.] s. d. 0 3 1 6 1 6 C 3 0 9 0 9 1 6 2 9 0 3 2 0 0 9 .0 3 5 0 0 3 0 9 1 6 0 6 0 fr 1 0 Aie, porter, spruce, or other beer, cider nnd perry (in wood), per gallon, 9d ; or for six reputed quart bottles, or twelve reputed pint bottles, 9d. Bacon, carraway seeds, cheese, choco- late, cinnamon, cloves, cocoa (manufac- tured), coffee (raw), hams, hops, mace«, roni, nut megs, popper, pimento, spice!, (mixed, and other kinds not otherw¡4¿ ©numerated), vermicelli, confectionery/"'-? jams, preserves, syrups, per ib., 2d. Arrowroot, candles, dried fruits, al- monds, dates, currants, nuts (except cocoanut»), and all dried fruits (not other- wise enumerated), maizena or corn flour, oatmeal, sago, per lb., Id. Chicory, coffee (roast or ground) pea ^ lb., 4d. J Oils-Castor oil in bulk, Chinese, colza, kerosine, linseed, parafine, all other (ex- cept medicinal and perfumed) not other- wise ciuiDftQrated, per gallon, 3d. Limejuice, per gallon . Rice, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

Cure for Altr ^ TTOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Wounds, and Ulcérations, of all kinds. There is no medicinal preparation which may he so thoroughly relied upon in the treatment of the above ailments as Hollo way's Ointment. Nothing can he more simple and safe than the manner in which it is applied, nothing.moi^aliitary than its "*ítcvtIrnr*üir"'tfrcrhody, hoili locally añ~a~con stitutionally. The ointment rubbed around the part affected enters tho pores as salt permeates meat. It quickly penetrates to the source of the evil, and'drives it from the system. Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Golds, Coughs, Sore Throats, & Short- ness of Breath. Relaxed and congested throats, «longated uvula, ulcerated or targid tonsils, whooping cough, croup, asthma, wheezing from ac- cumulated mucous, and other difficulties of respiration, also palpitation, stitches, and shortness oJ" breath, may, with certainty, be cured by rub bing this healing Ointment over the chest and back for at leas...

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Postal Regulations. Post Office, Palmerston. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

Postal Regulations. .fost Oflice, Palmerston. Office hours, 9 a.ra. till 8 p.m. ; Satur- day till 6 p.m. Rates of postage-Letters 2d. per ^ oz. Parcels-for the first 4 oz., 2d., for every additional oz., Id. Newspapers pub- lished within the limits of the post town, and posted within 7 days after publica- tion, free ; otherwise, Id. each. Example -A newspaper published at Port Darwin and posted for Adelaide would be free, but if posted .at Southport or Yam Ureek would have to pay 1 d. Private-Bags-Persons living near mail routes' requiring the accomodation of a private bag can obtain the same on pay- ment in advance of two guineas per annum, and on providing suitable leather bags. Ship Mails - For Adelaide (either direct or via Timor, Java, or Ceylon), same as inland rates. For Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, New Zealand, and Western Australia Letters not exceeding h oz. ... 3d. Parcels not exceeding 1 oz. ... Id. " 2 ... 2d. " 4 ... 4d. And 4d. for every additional...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

4<j|oi[th4i[n|/i[rilorg|¡;mc»M «UÏÏ31KAIL I GEEOBöLttE., MITCHELL STREET, X x"k JLA XVÍ ílx ri O X \-7 ¿Ne ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF ráliál TI MO- PLAIN OR FANCY, ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. «Piiupt fifmtwj Jptatlunï, THE LATEST INVENTION IN PP^INTING yVlACHINEPyY. eSLSBEa IÏSÎKSL, PAPERS ÄHÖ CARDS. NEWEST DESIGNS IN & &Ib®$S Workmanship not to be Excelled. POSTERS, IHIJLlsriD-IBIILjIjS, BI&&-B8JL&S, &S?fi!?Y VQ&1E8, (PERFORATED), CARDS, >s. "o i0^ "vï .c^ rr< xy c SHfPPJNS FORMS, §@& W (^ ñ M fufo il) M (B 9 ils IW Pi IN & Licensed Victuallers Act, 1869-FO, clauses Nos. 65, 60, 67, ready printed. All kinds of Mining- Printing- Und Scrip, executed at the Shortest Notice. j l í Orders from Southport, the Ret$fs; and other parts of the Northern Territory, promptly executed, f* REASONABLE CHAMES. II Friend of All. OLLOWAY'S TILLS. How to enjoy Life. Is only known when the blood is pure, its circulati...

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Spiritualism of the Present Day [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

Spiritualism of the Present Daft The Athenoum, in an r article on two spiritualist books-"Where are the Dead? or Spiritualism F.Xr plained," by Fritz, and " Spirit Mediums and Conjurors," by George Sexton,.L.L.D.-gives the following amusing sketch on the development reached by the spiritualism of the present day : In the dead season we do well to concern ourselves with the doings of* the dead, and look up the ghosts who are flitting about the silent town. What better course is open to the solitary dweller in a deserted city, whose friends of this life have de- parted to other lands, and who is growing weary of his own company? A man with a taste for society must find associates of some sort, or pine away ; and we can assure our readers that the bogies and demons to whom Fritz has introduced us are diverting companions. The spirits have come on wonderfully of late. The time is not far distant when their most re- markable achievements were to rap tables, raise heavy furniture in the a...

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TELEGRAMS. (From Mr. P. Saunders to Mr. W. S. Mather) PINE CREEK, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

T ELEGKAMS. (From Mi*. P. Saunders to Mr. W. S. Mather) PINE CREEK, May 22. Ten tons stone Union Reef Pros -pecting* Claim, 1,500 ounces amalgam.

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Sandy Creek. (From our own Correspondent.) May 12, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

Sandy Creek. (From our own Correspondent.) May 12, 1874. Things are very brisk here; and every day brings new faces. Several who are working in the flat have been doing very well, the consequence being that a great quantity of ground in the flat that has hitherto lain idle is now beiug pegged out and worked. We have authentic information now   that the Gothenburg is on her way to Port Darwin, and some few will leave here to return by her. Messrs. Harvey & Fisher's public- house will soon be completed, and the universal feeling is that it will be a great boon to all. I understand that the appeal case,   Mackie v. Harvey, is settled in favor of Harvey, and he has been put in possession of the claim, on the ground that the appeal was not lodged in time. The mother's heart gives 4th joy at the baby's 1st uh. Half an ounce of powdered alum will purify twelve gallons of water.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

BIRTH. DONALDSON.-On the 19th May, at Buxton-street, Adelaide, Mrs. Geo.   Donaldson, jun., of a son.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 22 May 1874

STEAM from Port Darwin to Newcastle» Melbourne, and Adelaide. THE Fast-sailing and Regular Trader Screw Steamet GOTHENBURG, will sail for the above ports on or about the 5th or 6th June, 1871. Due notice will be given as to the booking of passengers and the Rate of Fares. Ë. DURAND, & CO., Palmerston, Southport) and Yam Creek. FOR SALE, the Entire MINING PLANT of the A. P. D. P. C. Gold Mining Company, Howley Creek, consisting of General Mining Tools, Express Waggon, three Staunch Horses, Harness, Tools, with   Portable Forge, &c. The Plant will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. For particulars, apply at the Palmerston Works, Howley Crossing. ERNST TRAPMANN. FOR SALE, CHEAP, the DWELLING HOUSK and PREMISES at Peet's Well, known as Crawford's. Apply on the premises, to G. ROBINSON, Peel's Well. Dissolution of Partnership. THE PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between CHARLES JAMES CARLE- TON and ALFRED JOHN TODD, Cordial Manufacturers, of Southport and Darw...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 29 May 1874

Afî o^wiarçriiorçtees'' ?ffî3gr£&&£ ©E;inI©E, 13 ¡¡Aya!' M.ITCHELL ßTREET, ALL DESCTiïPTIONS 01* PLAIN OR FANCY, ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. Pinega opting JfcTacltinc, S The Latest Invention in Pi^inting /Víachinep^-. &SL03EB imisis PAPEBS AND CABOS. NEWEST DESIGNS IN WÍPiS .& ©tt,©©I!ÍS.:v Workmanship not to be Excelled. POSTERS, <&$> *4 Vii ** «. «fly *. & li^xí&'í'.Mifcíj (rKUFOKATHlj), CARDS, \_j Z'k Xx' a "*" Z^î \J7 k TIA v_> ; SHiPFISi ¥®mñ, Se, Se. P^ Cfà (Tíi ^ P» i föil! (íti GF ßffl 'f* Licensed Victuallers Act, 1860-70, clauses Nos. GO, 06, 6?; ready printed. All kinds of Mining- Printing and Scrip, executed at the Shortest Notice. Orders from Southport, the Reefs, and other parts of the Northern Territory, promptly executed. REASONABLE CHARGE?. II Friend of All. O L L O W A Y . S V I L L S. How to enjoy Life. Is only known when the blood is pure, its circulation perfect, and the nerves in good order. T...

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TELEGRAMS ENGLAND. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 29 May 1874

TELEGBAMS ENGLAND. London', May 19. The Czar is visiting- England. FRANCE. Paris, May 19. The French Ministry have resigned. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, May 21. The Budget was laid before the Assembly on Tuesday. Surplus at the end of June, £121,000; avail- able for disbursement next year, £1,100,000. Mr. Ward has tabled a motion con- demning the administration of the Land Department. Six men have been lost in the Gulf. There have been heavy rains and floods. May 28. Ward's motion of censure was shelved, and the previous question carried. The yield at the Union Reef has caused considerable excitement. The May races have been success- ful. Gerrard (Ace of Trumps) prin- cipal winner. Nearly £1,000 were collected for the Stapleton Fund. Great complaints are made at the delay and expense of attending the Supreme Court by witnesses from Palmerston. [From Mr. C. Todd to Mr. Little.] Adelaide, May 2G. The steamer Jason, from Batavia, is expected daily via the Leuwin. Will let you know wheth...

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LOCAL COURT—PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. CAUSE LIST. DEFENDED CAUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 29 May 1874

LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. Wedxesdav, Juxe 3. Cause List. Defended Causes. Kaufmann - O'Connor v. Durand Smith. Smith-Lawrie v. Lindsay-Rudall. Rudall-Marker v. Frew-Smith. Rudall-Gray v. The English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank-Smith. Rudall-Fox v. Lathlain-Smith. Rudall -Thomas v. Lathlain-Smith. Rndill-Duncan v. Lathlain-Smith. Rudall-Terry v. Lathlain-Smith.

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Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 29 May 1874

Queen's Birthday. Monday, the 25th of May, was kept as a general holiday by the good people of Palmerston, and though there was but little by which the/ could amuse themselves, yet that little was well attended to« It con* sistcd chiefly in leaving off Work, and talking about the prospects of the reefs and the fineness of the weather» Between 12 and t o'clock the Government Resident, ds previously announced, received visitors-a sort of ceremony half-way towards a levee, but at the same time not'quite so formal. Then, in the afternoon there was a distribution by the Go- vernment Resident of flour and blan-> kets amongst the natives. The blankets, however-as showing the exigencies ol the Northern Territory -had to be cut in two, so as to make them " go further." But perhaps it does not much matter in this climate, though even here the natives, it must be remembered, are quite able to appreciate the difference between short measure and long measure. NATIVE SPORTS. There were also so...

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Overlanders in Distress. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 29 May 1874

Overlanders in Distress. A TELEGRAM pUOllSliea 111 OUI' 11CW8 columns refers to » sad case of distress amongst some overlanders who were on their way with cattle from Queensland to the Northern Territory. The Govern- ment Resident, in addition to the infor- mation there given, received the folio wing % communication on the 26th, addressed t' I himself from Mr. Nation, who is t^-^ principal sufferer, and whose life j* apparently in danger-"An old friend ii) sad distress ; left in the bush quite ex; hausted ; no horses ; riding horses killed for food. Sent travelling companion with this (telegram). Seek your urgent assistance extricate me ; little food ; don't know how far from help and may not get it in time ; had a terrible time of it. Hope and pray for your good .offices, Leonard won't delay, knowing the casa urgent." This ivas sent by Mr. Nation to Daly Watcra from his camp on the 15th May, and was brought to Daly Waters by Leonard Elvoy on the 25th, the distance of the camp being...

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