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Yam Creek and Katherine[?] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

. Tam iCreék ami Katherine. (by packhorse). . . rUpMA.it.-Leaves Yam Crect on Tues* day at 5 a-m.; ' Port Darwin . Camp, sanie, dáy.'t} a.in.;,'Twelve Mile, "same, day,* ll á-ui.; arriviug at PiueCreek, at ti p.m., and Katherinè'on Thursday, at 5 p.m. Dows MAIL.-Leaves1, Katherine on Saturday. 6 a.m.; Pine Créele, Monday, 5 a¿m.; Twelve-Mile, same da}', 12.10 p.m.; Port Darwin Camp, same day, 5.10 p.m.; arriving at Yam Creek at 6 p.m. , ? ?.

Publication Title: North Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Southport and Twelve-Mile. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

Southport and Twelve-Mile. ; (by coach.) . Up - MMjA-rj^aVes. Southport onï Suur day, at 5 alni.;.. Bridge . Créele, Monday noon yT^péHnûV^yrÎliâ^j^ 5 p-iiá.j Tam Creek, (» p'ini^ arrives at 'IVelve Milo afc'8 rp.iiiV - t;'; *: J>ow>- MAIL.--Leaves^-tlie-Twelve-Mile at 4 a-rii.;. on Tuesday '; >.Y»ui:- Crcèk, sáuie day, 5 ?. a.m., porfc' . Qanvin. Camp,. <saine day, (J a.m.; -Bridge Creek, same day, ll a.m., arriving at Southport on Wednesday, at fi p.m. - -

Publication Title: North Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

RAINFALL. The following is the Rainfall for month: ending 9 a.in.. March 31 : Inches. > . Port Darwin ._:-. 0*Mfr*^ - Southport. 1-030 tf * Fannie Bay ....... 1«»* - . Katherine.T... (rôOO v - KlseyCawp. lUQQ - Yam Creek ... .. OOM i Barrow's Creek. . 0-050 AliceSprngs. 0180 Springvale C. Station 0.300 J. A. G. LITTLE, Postmaster

Publication Title: North Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

On anti after - ?-? JUNE 6TH NEXT a Two-Page (Twelve-Column) Supplement wiin>6 issued in connection with tho "North Australian^

Publication Title: North Australian
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PUBLIC INFORMATION. MAILS. Port Darwin and Southport. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

PUBLIC lOTÖRMATION. ;-'V.. MAIL'S'.-. j Port Damin and Southport. .-. (by steamer). / ; - Irv 31 AIr,.-Leaves Port Darwin on Monday; ; Wednesday,. and ^ Saturday, at 2-30 p.m. ; J arrives at Southport'same days at G jun.. Dowx. MAIL-Leaves : Southport on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 7 -a.in:, and arrives at Port Darwin sauic davs at 10.30a.m. ? , .' ". ' *.

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GENERAL MISCELLANY. INTERCOLONIAL FOUR-OARED RACE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

GENERAL MISCELLANY. INTERCOLONIAL FOUR-OARED RAGE. The following account of thia import- ant event is token from the Tows ABD CotrvTBT JOUBSTAL of April 12th : After one false start, caused by Wing letting his boat go bofore the word, Mr. O'Neill got them away. The Melbourne started off rowing 4S and the Sydney 42 the pace exceeding fast The Sydney men were the iret.to tain tim lead, and in the first 100 yards sained a quarter of a length. This they held for nearly a quarter of a mile, when they settled down, and the Melbourne abet past tte with a rush, and. gaining rapidly, were two lengths and a half ahead at the sugar works, which they reached in exactly 4min.. Here the men were row- ing strongly and welL the Victorians at 43, and the New South Wales at 40. Nearing the bend at the junction, the Victorians increased their lead to fully three lengths, and were cleverly steered by Bray right into their adversaries' water, the other boat hugging the mud bank dangerously close behind ...

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GREAT ATHLETIC CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

GREATi ATHLETIC OONTÄP" ."? We abridge {rosa tba Melbourne Amos the following aoeount of tbs athletic contest between Profeasor Miller, the Victorian wrestler, and the ranxms 8ooteh athlete, Donald Dinnie, winch took place on April 5th : It was arranged that «sch man should choose fire feats, and that he who excelled in the majority won the match. Dinnie started by tabing a 2Mb dumb-bell in each hand, and hating the pair upward from the ?boulders at armVfcngthSr times in succession. Miller only managed 14 and his opponent scored a point. Thus early it was apparent, however, that there would be some disputes as to style. Muler kept his legs and body perfectly still, and lifted the weights purely by the strength of his arms, while ere?? part of Dinnie's frame was ia motton, aaa ne ob* ' tamed bis power by beaomghu knee* and back; and thea springtag erect "from his heels. This, although claimed to be an infringement of the American roles «a ' the subject, was allowed m the ftrat practi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

?iLÍEBIGí COMPANY'S 'EXITCACTO OF MEAT. Finest and cheapest meat flavouring stock for soups, made dishes and sauces. -Invaluable for the colonies on account j óf 'its keeping good in the hottest climates and for any length of time. ... Í Liebig. Company's Extract of Meat: I ",1s a success and a boon:, for . -which nations . should feel grateful.''--Sec "Medical Press." "Lancet," : "British Medical Journal," etc. " . . 1 '? CAUTION.-Genuine only ? with the fac simiiie of .Baron Liebig'* Signature iri Blue Ink across the Label. "Consumption in England, increased tenfold in ten years." .. ..... Liebig Company's Extract of . Meat is invariably adopted when once fairly tMed. To be hail of ail storekeepers and dealers throughout the-colonies. : . . . -;-- " . Lie.big's Extractof Meat.-. Company Limited,. 43, Mark Lane, London, Eng, laiiil. 7 . .-. ; .--.-V-.: ., ':7'¿fl: ^IÀLVULT& cb:¡7;.'/ . , JIIARMACEUTICAIi CHEMIST S, / . . ; iríParisj: 8¿I»ue Vivienne,i7#P»r¡s.;; --. ; .^"Dis...

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CRUISE OF THE BRIGANTINE SREE PAS SAIR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

CRUISE OF THE BRIGANTINE SREE PAS BAIR. THE following iiiforsaetio« concerning the- doings of the pearling brigantine Sree Pa« Bair ânes abe left our harbour two months ago baa been Wnd"y placed at our díewesl by Mr. TickeU, who accompanies the boat aa a guest of f*aptam fThippfiiiilslii jLeavmgTïort Darwin, on the 27th February, we washed away 40 the weat Xi ai ak^ ¿Liji^t^ ^a-a»»^k-.ñ^i> Jort Patlersuu, anal .tho1 ananda toying off the for^ Large blocks bf fine reef were examined ey: the divers, but no abell waa obtaiaed up to a depth of abt or eight fathoms, Our course taking as to the toeality of Fish Beef, the wreck of the s.s. Brisbane (which accident had such a livening influence upon Palmerston , and neighbourhood at the time of the occurrence) was found ?till existent, and several articles of value were noticed, awing to rust and: waite, chief amongst these being a donkey engine and fine cable chain. Tbs shore all around Bynoe Harbour was strewed with wreckage, packing c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

P. ß. ALLEN & CO. IMPORTERS AND Oëneràl Storekeepers, HATE JUST EE CE IT ED irr^liy Latest Steamers, ? ^ . THE FOLLOWING GOODS : . -. , Oaten Hay Maize - " ~ Bran , . Apples Lemons. Oranges . Potatoes-. Onions Butter ; Cheese Bacon Honey Jam's ^ . :A URCE STOCK OF Drapery, and Gents' Summer ClotMng IIT ALL PATTERNS, HATS. HATS. HATS. > --* P R. ALLEN & CO., PALMERSTON & SOUTHPORT. J. T. BULL, Importer and General Storekeeper, SMITH-STREET, PALMERSTON. HAS KOW ON HAND A Well-Assorted Stock of GROCERIES, WINES AND SPIRITS,, IRONMONGERY, DRAPERY, CLOTHING, . BOOTS AND SHOES, - FANCY GOODS, GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE, STATIONERY, &c, &c., &c. J. T. BULL, ' SÄITÄ-STREET, PALKBE8TOH. / v. Tomato Sauce Tinned Fruits Tea in Half-Chests Flour " ; . Drugs.\ -, Ironmongery - Confectionery Clay Pipe» Tobacco Candles Pickles "' ?" ''Bitters'- - Hardy's S.A. Wines . &<v toss ALSO Tho Family Hotel, SMITH STREET, Palmerston. JAMES P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

T. O'Connor, HEATED WATER ;. AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURES, PALMERSTON. ;^';| THE - ? PALMERSTON CLUB HOTEL. E. F. HOPEWEUï" PROPRIETOR. , , . Seal« of Charges: ?. £ a. d. Board and Accommodation per week . 2 10 0 Board only, per week ... .... 2.~ .0 0~ Board - and Accommodation, r: ? '-: ?. v per day 0 10 0 Meals . 0 3 0 B«ds :.<.- 0 3 0 Dinner or Tiffin Parties in Private Apart, menta by Special Arrangement. Saddle Horses and Buggies for Hire. -(o) Telegrams addressed "PAIMKBSTON CLUB . ; 'Hom.'- will receive prompt attention. Australian Mutual Provident I Society. ? R*"' ?? ' * ESTABLISHED 1819. Head Office-87 Pitt-Street, Sydney. Queensland Branch Office-130 Qiieen i.. ' Street Brisbane. Queensland Board: Hon. J. S. Turner, M. L. C. Chairman. Kearsey ? Cannan, Esq., M. R. C. 8.,' - v t Deputy-Chairman James F. Garrick, Esq,, Q. C., M. L. A. L. A. Bernays, Esq., F. L. S., F. R. G. S. Hon. E. B. Forrest, Esq., M. L. C 50,000 Members. £900,000 Annual Revenue, Invested Fonds E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

TOS ÏTôrtt Australia]! " :* NEWSPAPER ? Is Printed every Friday livening, I^LltEBSTON, POÏÏT UAKWI^f, S.A. ' ' ? j: and, circulates at . ; J - Palmerston, Southport, Port Darwin Camp, Twelve->Iilei Çine Greek¿ Yam Creek, XTnion," / Shackle, Howley, and all other centres of population in ,'^he Northern Territory,, besides ." ?H--'having'. a largo Intercolonial : Cfrculatjotv. !- - *' It Contains A ísóa report* or all local evonts, weekly : Telegrams.Shippmg Intelligence, ^Clippings from our latest files, .:..':.-?--.'.-*- 'and.a weekly supplyof UPCOTTNTBY MANING; ASD GrENEEAL/NEWS " -, contributed by- our. .-? - : -.Special Correspondent. Nii. Qwmgto.its Great.Circulation, ;;. A ;. rrWf the-JSToBTH AUSTRALIAN is TJ 0;^-;:; ^r. an Excellent Mcdiuin S ' for the use of all T - R ADVERTISERS. A ? L . -, ..whetherColonial I H * Intercolonial, English, A or Foreism, N >TKBMS or SCTSçniETTOK $ s. d. Per Quarter... ; c. O Per- Annum (advance) 1 0 0 (booked)... 15 O .The' above fignrés ...

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PECULIAR DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

PECULIAR DIVORCE CASE. Says the Melbourne WOBLD ; One of the most oxtxoadinary esses which bas ever been brought before the Australian Law Coarta is about to be heard, and the erid enee will make it equal in interest to that of the Mordaunt divorce, although no prince of the blood royal is involved rai the proceedings. A squatter, who recently .add a New Sou A .Wales station for £-10,000, is the defendant, and his own son and his old mistress arc the plamtiffs. The female plaintiff was engaged;by defendant as his housekeeper, but she-lived with'him as his wife for sit years. The son mean- while (writes the Melbourne correspondent of the Horsham TIMES) acted as book- keeper on the N.S.W. station ; the house- keeper living with tim old man in much splendour in St. Jame's-park, Mclbonrne. At the end of the time the son married the father's mistress, thus incensing the old maní» such an extent that he altered á will ,he had made in the son's favour.. Dnring ¡tho, son's , mian,as .booh-k...

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THINGS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

THINGS AND OTHERS. THE gold escort memo, from the Post. Office this week shows that a total of 670 oz. came down, 360 oz. for Southport and 310 0z. for Port Darwin. It also intimates that about 1000 oz. came down privately, from which we can only derive'the inference that, in vulgar par- lance, f things are looking up." AT Messrs. P. R. Allen and Co's, store . we were shown this week a very fine sample of rice grown at: Messrs. Erick- son and Clopenburg's plantation at West . Point. The sample clearly proves that rice will thrive here as well as in almost: any part of the world, but it would bo useless to attempt to cultivate it largely unless very cheap labour was obtainable.. THE arrangements for the Queen's; Birthday regatta are being vigorously proceeded with by the committee, whose efforts are being well recognised by a. generous public. On Wednesday even- ing a committee meeting was held at. Pickford's Family Hotel, at which, how- ever, nothing very important transpired,. In o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KANAKA MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 2 May 1884

--» --     KANAKA MURDERERS All doubts as to the fate of the missing   lad Richard Matthews (says a late MACKAY     MERCURY), of Plane Creek, whose mys- terious disappearance was first reported in these columns on the 8th March, have been finally set at rest by information now in the hands of the police. The facts that have hitherto been elicited merely tended to show that the lad went out oystering near Sarina Inlet with two kanakas, one of whom returned in the afternoon and said he did not know what had became of him. Shortly afterwards the kanaka decamped   and was not seen again, while later on his   companion was noticed making his way to the beach through the mangroves. It was at first conjectured that Matthews had made his way to M. de Sot de St. Hilaire's selection at Plane Creek. On inquiries being made, however, it turned out that he had neither been seen there nor heard of. Latterly...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

màHOTdi Sndlbepttlte^ ;~ wuTstefitto witfe m^nltogelta ivGentUVmèn-~In .-a essper sa v ^tira«:s»as» than Amea^eift érora^^ iff SOIrér the Bait. Anjtrália ku. got taco ^ (©seers.) '= Wa -an. nearer to them, w /-hjjrodaca precisely|he tame eommodiue : that Amerin d eau beat Minerie .to and for boreel (Hear, bear.) Tko Indian Archipelago ha been referred to br Hr. Bossas eod$amin| - 'twenty nuÙions of .people; but there ari .. atora than twenty millions in Jara alone ^ ,'close to our northern, coast ;: and if ; yoi ^: ! tua ia China, the Eastern Archipelago and India, you hare more than half tai ' f human race ia close contiguity to oui shores. We will build the railways, wj * wiU secure the trade, and Mr. Pater am " myself in the Northern Territory, ind you gentlemen, in Adelaide, will make a loaf pull, and, a strong pnll,- and a pull all to gether, m order that we may secure th« trade of India and. the East. (Lone : Cheers.) This latter portion is undoubtedly ^ waB said, for it is no...

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GOLD POSTAGE, INLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

i GOW POSTAGE, INLAND. - 'KiSßimmimm; joïd not ésnoodïng ffe ililli .'Mn onMhmVty nnñl one» wroiy toinjpjk Botonf Y***»

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POSTAL CARDS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

POSTAL CABD8. ETtt %%P*«*1.. GMO«,'- U. OOM. Stomped

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COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

OOUBTS. M Jwiiiiiiiiili. <éoq U Wldst Psi mmtm^'^MmÎ9âaf, ss f*r folkmiag .SSM *-OSY Stotesaber i, October 8, Hue-Iber fe December g. Ummti Thirties, ftft wfflWWM o» lf,Ctelob»rl7,FoT««bsrU osTsseiley, U.

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REPORT CUSTOMS DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

IXlttlT CUSTOMS DUTY. {ot 9Mm&hmx9irt1kamm i* payable at i liiém Fenea* ind oa ssBBwisn v Md ia»sar pwsosrioa, sot 1*0mälß&-4tt:m» baale to flae «ad VH " i" . - - ".:.

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