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Railway Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

Railway Celebration. A Pine Creek correspondent has kindly supplied the following reference to a little line ceremony that took place there a few days ago : "On Saturday last our small town was rather enlivened by a ceremonial that very few persous residing in the place knew anything about. On the arrival of the last rake of ballast at 4.30 an unusual number of Europeans were noticed on the trucks, and it was not long before the rumour went around that thc last nut of the Palmerston and Pine Creek railway was to be screwed up, thus finishing the main Hue between the two places. This railway, like all others, must have an end, and of course the last nut had to be crewed down by someone ; so, to carry out a regular custom in such cases, it was determined to do the thing in proper style. Mr J. Coghlan, the foreman of permanent way and traffic, in his well-known genial and good-natured manner, invited all the per- manent way gangers between Burrundie and Pine Creek to meet the last rake...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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New South Wales. Sydney, Jane 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

New South Wales. Sydney, Jane 20. An hotel is being built in Hunter street, containing three hundred rooms. It is bciug constructed by a local company. A summons has bcon issued against the Hon. John Davies for the alleged embezzlement of one hundred aud twelve pouuds of the public money. The Anglican Conference has finally selected Smith (Principal of of Aidan's College, Birkenhead), Monle (Principal of Ridley Hall, Oxford), and Canon Chevasse (Oxford), for Bishops, and are now engaged in choosing an Australian j Primate. A crisis is anticipated in the event of the Legislative Council again re- jecting the Payment of Members Bill. The Bear Hill gold mine, near Armidale, has been sold to Arm- strong & Co., of Melbourne, for a high figure.

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Trip to Bynoe Harbour. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

Trip to Bynoe Harbour. A large party, including several of the leading townspeople and representa- tives of the Press, proceeded to Bynoe Harbour on Saturday evening last, by invitation, to have a look at the Leviathan tin claim. A start was made about IO p.m., and with the accessories of bright moonlight, smooth water, and a favouring tide, the run down to thc anchorage in the Annie River, a distance of about sixty miles, proved a pleasant experience. The anchor was dropped at 5 a.m., and after a hasty breakfast a start was made in two boats for the landing place, some distance farther up thc creek. On the way up attention was called to a high gravel bank on the west side of the creek, as being a capital natural landing place for heavy material should the locality prove to possess the mineral wealth its admirers hope for; it was stated that from this point to the " Leviathan" a good road could be made in four miles. As the boats proceeded the channel rapidly narrowed ; the tide was...

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HOWLEY. June 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

HOWLEY. June 17. At the Port Darwin Gold Mining Company's battery a crushing of quartz belonging to Messrs. Adcock, Knott, Stow and Uhr has been put through for an average return of 17dwts gold to the ton. A crushing of 6 i tons of quartz from Mr. Dutton's Bridge Creek claim pro- duced gold at the rate of 3oz 2dwts per ton. At Mount Shoobridge some forty tons of ore are bagged ready for shipment. The regular returns have lately been reduced by the scarcity of water, but it is hoped that a good supply will bc obtained as theshaft gets deeper.

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Queensland. Brisbane, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

Queensland. Brisbane, June 20. A well equipped party has been formed to undertake exploration work in North Queensland ; they haye left for Rockhampton. The Payment of Members Bill has passed through the Assembly. Numbers of diggers are returning to Cooktown from Sud-Est; they report the prospects as being poor, and state that fever is very pre- valent. Dillon addressed a large meeting at Townsville, Queensland; the audience enthusiastic-subscriptions large. Opposition meetings were held condeuiuiug the agitation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

PORT DARWIN BAKERY. (Established 1871.) PROPRIETOR : Alfred A. Lewis. A. A. L. has a pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Palmerston that he has always on hand Superior Plain & Fancy Bread, HOT BOLLS & SCONES, CAKES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. A Splendid Assortment of Peak, Frean ¿ Co's, Biscuits Direct from London. ASSAYING. T. H. HARWOOD, (ASSAYER FOB THE PALMERSTON BAKES) -?-? GOLD AND SILVER REFINER. Licensed Surveyors, Land, Mining, AKD General Commission Agents, Palmerston & Burrundie. Plans Prepared, Tracings made, and all business connected with Mineral Lands executed with Despatch. 18-te Northern Territory Racing Club. SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. SATURDAY, JULY 20TH, 1889. PATHOS-The Hon. J. L. Parsons, S.M., Government Resident. PRESIDENT : V. V. Brown, Esq. COMMITTEE Messrs. V. V. Brown, J. T. Bull, J. J. Symes, J. Pickford, J. C. Hillson, E. V. Brown, A. G. Beresford, V- L. Solomon, T. O'Connor, J. Keenan, S. T. Brown, R.D. Beresford, W.Wedd J". J. Lawri...

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The North Australia. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

fyht ^úríh jjUsfraliiiti. and Nortlicrn Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889. Dr. Stow intends to take his departure in the s.s. Catterthun. By the s.s. Menmuir the Port Darwin Tin Company (Mt. Wells) exported 109 bags tin ore. The Menmuir left for south on Saturday last and took away seventeen European passengers. Tenders have been accepted by the Government as follows : - Supplies : Messrs. Rundle, Bros. k Co. Bread, A. A. Lewis. Shoeing : J. Turner. There are fresh wars and rumours of wars for the coming spring. Somehow or other the great nations have been going to battle " in the eoming spring " for the last ten years. Numerous applications are being re- ceived by Mr. A. G. D. Beresford in answer to the advertisement for a prac- tical miner to conduct the operations of the Pine Creek Prospecting and Mining Company. Weights for the Palmerston Cup, Flying Handicap and Railway Stakes are given elsewhere. As far as we can judge, the handicaps seem to be very fair, a...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. SAILED. June 15-The s.s. Menmuir, for south- ern ports. Passengers : Mrs. H. H. ' Adcock, Mrs. A. Kelsey, Mrs. McEwan, Messrs. C. Carlyle, J. M'Gregor, li. Jewell, H. Upton, Matthews, J. Turner, J. King, D'Alberti, J. Jones, Finnigan, J. White, Hannan, Edwards, and J. Pickford. Exports : 233 hides, lo9 bags tin ore, and several packages sundries.-V. V. Brown, agent. \ MOVEMENTS. ¡ The Taiyuan leaves Adelaide on the 29th June. The Changsha left Hongkong on thc 16th instant. i_

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. T. j).-The Governor of Queensland is elected by the Home authorities, but the colony claims a right to receive or object to the choice of the Home Office. Sir H- A. Blake was chosen bofore the present governor, but Queensland formally objected, and Blake subsequently resigned the appointment. Governor Norman, was selected to tho Homo Government, not- withstanding a protest-a mild one, cer- tainly-from Premier Morehead. The? election of their own governors is a righi aot yet granted to the colonies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

THE NAME OF M. MOSS 00. WOLFE'S ii THE PUREST STIMULANT IN THE WORLD. iCHNAPPS. IS ON EVERY GENUINE BOTTLE TTTOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is argeat] . YV relief of Rheumatism, infinitely ¡ superior to brandy or whisky. .Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Scnapps, thc 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 the day. Always ask for I Wolfe's. , - 1 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 bettor calculated ' 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,.. t '.The most suitable invigorant, stimulant, 1 and protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain the genui...

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OPEN COLUMN. THE ALLEGED CASE OF LEPROSY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

OPEN COLUMN. LETTERS to thc Editor mast 1« couched in respectful «iud simple language aud as concise as possible. In every case thc writer's name is required, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] THE ALLEGED CASE OP LEPROSY. To TUE EDITOB. Sia-I was not at all surprised at tlic tone of your contemporary's leading article in last week's issue on the above question, as tho Editor's misdirected impulsiveness I and want of judgment is well known to ui all. It is a pity, however, that the artieli did not follow in thc lines of " tomperati and fair tone" which ho states character ised thc meeting; and it is also to bi regretted, for his sake, that Mr. Solomoi and myself will both be candidates for thi district at thc next elections, and everyone with common sense must read between tin lines aud realise that whatever slurs he may cast on me personally, are only to bc regarded as election squibs, and made foi the sole purpose of advancing his owi candidature. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 22 June 1889

Government Gazette, MINERAL LICENCES. Land Office, Palmerston, May 7th,, 1889. THE following Mineral Licences will be treated as waste lands of the Crown unless an application for renewal is lodged in this office within one month from date of expiry. . J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident» Name of Applicant, W. W. Andrews O. H. Rogers P. Heyd n R. M. Stow G. M'Keddie S. T. Brown H. W. H. Stevens & R. M. Stow do do, J. C. D. Jones J. Frayne and E. Nunn J. Pickford H. H. Adcock J. C. Hillson J. Fleming P. C. McDonald C. J. D. Lynott R. Thomas & I Daniels do do D. Daniela 'E. Corbett J. G. Knight J. Cleland, C. Pfitzner J. Keenan II. V. Lawson Locality. Howley District do Daly River N. of Mount Hayward Near M t. Shoobridge Hundred of Selwyn Daly River N. of Mount Hayward Near Mount Shoobridge. do do do Hundred of Hughes do do do McArthur River Near Mount Gardinar McArthur River E. of Mount Wells do, do N.N.E. of Mount Wells W. of the Union da Howley District do do Mc...

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OPEN COLUMN. THE LEPROSY SCARE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

OPEN COLUJO. LETTERS to the Editor must be couched in respectful and simple language and as coucise as possible. Ia every case the writer's name is required, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] THE LEPROSY SCARE. TO THE EDITOR. SIR-Mr. Solomo», by quoting only portion of my letter to your paper, and re- printing portion of a condensed and there- fore somewhat unreliable report of my spcecli at tuc- meeting, attempts to convict me of inconsistency, inasmuch as ho says, referring to the letter and speech, " they certainly do not correspond in sentiment." Now Mr. Solomon was at the meeting, and knows that I did SOT blame Dr. Wood in anyone particnlar. What I did say was, " IF DB. BOVILL WAS CORRECT-then the doctors were lo blame for not having spoken out fearlessly, &c." I afterwards pointed out that I could not conceive that Dr. Wood could have been so inhuman or so foolish as to keep the matter secret if there had been any danger of contagion. ...

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Port Darwin Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

Port Darwin Rifle Club. The Handicap Club Cup has been fired for at four competitions. The winners for the first time to date are N. Holtze, F. Becker, senior., F. L. Marchant, and J. H. Moody. The fifth competition for this prize will take place this afternon at the 200 and 300 yards ranges, shooting to com- mence at 2.45 o'clock.

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The Sportsman. N.T. Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

N.T. Racing Club. A committee meeting was held at Pickford's Family Hotel on Tuesday evening, June 25. Present : Messrs. J. T. Bull (in chair) V. L. Solomon, J. J. Symes, J. C. Hill son, J. Keenan, W. Wedd, J. J. Lawrie A. G. Beresford, R. D. Beresford, T. O'Connor, and the Secretary. Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The Secretary notified that Mr. Foelsche had been interviewed with respect to the totalisator, and after being satisfied as to the qualifications of the Club, the Inspector stated his willing- ness to refer the matter to the Commis- sioner by telegraph, at once. With regard to the racecourse, the Secretary reported that he had received an offer to water and harrow the couräe for a fortnight for the sum of £20. After considerable discussion it was resolved that this offer be accepted, pro- vided that a trial to be made proves successful, and the Secretary was in- structed to see at once about making the experiment. Two new members were added to the list. ...

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Macarthur River News. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

Macarthur River News. Since the arrival of the s.s. Adelaide 'from the Macarthur River thé following scraps bf information, have b'eeri' gleaned '^froni various sources : Mr. C. J. Scrutton, acting manager of Creswell Downs, informed the-, police on the 11th ultimo that he had found the remains of a supposed European about 20 :miles from. Creswick Creek, and near. Anthony Lagoon. He states that close to the body were a tomahawk, a half sovereign, 9s in silver, and portions of a horse receipt. The tomahawk was mar- ked.;1 A. J " on "the handle., Portions .of broken spears were also found- near the place, suggesting murder by blacks. It is-related that about eight months ago MÎr. Hutton (of^Brunette DOWTIS)found a revolver in a tree near where the remains were discovered. Mr. Scrutton buried the remains, which appeared to have been lying there for eighteen months or two years.. The signature to . the horse receipt is Thos. Delaney, who is known to be in Queensland at the present time....

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English & Foreign. London, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

English & Foreign. London, Juno 27. Sir Henry Loch has decided to accept the Governorship of tho Cape of Good Hope at the end of the year, but will first return to Mel- bourne. The Emperor of Austria, in the course of a recent address, urged the vital necessity for immediately in- creasing the strength of the military forces throughout the empire, the times beiug so uncertain that it was wise policy to be prepared for any event, as a great war might break out at any moment. The Parnell inquiry is still drag- ging along. No1 sensational disclo- sures have lately been made. Several more witnesses have been examined during the week, who are unanimous in denying that the Land League has ever fostered outrage. Ten thousand Scotchmen have met together at Bannockburn, thc occasion of this imposing assemblage being tho calling of a public meet- ing to consider the claims of Scot- land to Home Rule. Professoi Blackie was one of the principal speakers, and several other in- fluential ...

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New Zealand. Auckland, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

New Zealand. Auckland, June 27. Tho latest returns show a great improvement in the financial position of this colony, there being a con- siderable snrplns, which has been devoted to reducing tho deficit In view of this prosperous condition of affairs further taxation is consi- dered unnecessary.

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Legal Information. POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

^egal |(ii|joriH¡ilioi!. POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Pater, S.M.) JUNE 24. Wong Let and Sue Kan were charged on'the information of Corporal Waters with unlawfully cutting timber on Crown lands without a licence. Fined 5s. each or seven days' imprisonment. Fines paid. JUNE 25. Joe Flick, on remand from I8th inst. Corporal Waters applied for a further remand for a week. The Bench granted the application, but intimated that this was tho last postponement which would be sanc- tioned. JUNE 20. Kum Sing, on remand, for the larceny of a cheque, was further remanded till 3rd July.

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New South Wales. Sydney, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 29 June 1889

New South Wales. Sydney, June 29. Another constable has been shot whilst attempting to arrest a burglar whom he discovered in the act of forcing an entrance into the residence pf Judge Stephens. After shooting the constable the burglar succeeded in effecting his escape, but was subsequently arrested. A terrible catastrophe has oc- curred afc the Glebe Colliery, New- castle, eleven miners being entombed alive through the sudden giving way of a large portion of the.roof. Rescue parties have been working night and day, but their efforts have been rendered unavailing and full of danger, to themselves through the repeated falls of fresh masses of debris from the roof. Several days have now elapsed since the disaster, and nearly all hope of the men still living has been abandoned. Lord Carrington visited the scene of the fatality yesterday, and descended the mine and inspected the operations of the relief parties. Widespread sympathy has been excited by the painful nature of the calamity,...

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