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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1890. HORSE-BREEDING FOR ENGLISH ARMY PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 February 1890

s-JÇbe garfil ^nsiraliao. &<n(JMkn Tmitrrt GtNrumrwt Gazelle. '?' ÍRIDAY; FEBRUAlir 21, ISM. IIORSE-RREEMNG FOR ENGLISH ARMY PURPOSES. . Wc Lave liad repeated rcfcrcuco to tho great possibilities which tright be hoped ipr iii connection with tho breeding of horses tn Australia for army purposes in India, bot com paratively little has yet been written as to tho feasibility of undertaking td supply England with horses for cavalry remounts. Perhaps .tho most enthusiastic authority upon this latter subject is General Ravenhill, tho. British Inspector-General of remounts, and one cannot read his views without being struck with tho very happy way in which'ho steps aside to compliment the Australian horse. Interviewed iu Kugland no) long ugo, tho General began by admitting that one of thc best horses licfover possessed while in India wai an Australian. " I don't think," said he, " there is a grander horse it "the world than the Austialiai " horse, aud I farther believo i...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 21 February 1890

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE               District of the Northern Territory Port Darwin, February 10th, 1890           GENTLEMEN,         At thc approaching Election of Members to represent the Northern     Territory in the South Australian House of Assembly you will be privileged to return two representatives, and at the request of a large number of our friends we purpose offering ourselves as candidates for your suffrages.     As very old residents of the Territory, many of you are doubtless well   acquainted with our careers, and with the active interest we have at all times taken in public questions . During our lengthy residence here we have been associated       together in ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

MINING NOTES. Another cleaning up was ihado at No. 10 South Union during^ the week for a return of IKOoz. go'd from a 23¡ days' crushing. The quantity of stone put through is not given. Tenders are hoing called hy the Daly River Copper Company for the cartage of ore from their mine to thc landing. Dressing operations are hoing carried on vigorously, so that by the time the teams are ready to cart there should be something like 100 tons bagged for export. -« By the s.s. Otway the E. S. Jr A. C. Bank received a parcel of 280oz gold from the Ruby Queen Mine, Kimberley. Private reports received by thc s.s. Otway announce a new discovery of a roofing field having boon made by some pearlers. The locality is stated to be on the coast in Stokes Bay, this side of King Sound. As yet no very definite information is to hand, but it is said that some rich quartz specimens from the find have been exhibited at Derby. -4. Mr. A. ll. Cheesbrough, who is inter- ested in milling properties out Eureka ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

TUB 'Uorth Australian' NEWSPAPER ^outtnm^l gazelle Is Published every FRIDAY MORNING, at Palmerston, Northern Territory South Australia, And is Very Extensively Circulated in Palmerston, Port Darwin Camp, Union, Pine Creek, Yam Creek, Twelve-Mile Howley, Maude Creek, and alU other populated paru of t he Northern Territory And also on the North-west Coast ( W. A) and throughout Southern Colonies. IT CONTAINS Local News Latest Telegrams Shipping . Upcountry Mining ¿ ' And General News Exchange Clippings Business Advertisements Government Gazette Advts. &c. ftc. &c As well as a FOURTEEN - COLUMN SUPPLEMENT. Containing a varied assortment of highly interesting - touting nutter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Fer quarter, in advance, ss.; if booked, 6s. Per annum, in advance, £i ; if booked, £i 4s. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : Half inch, 3s.; one inch, 5s.; births, marriages, and deaths, 5s. each. Suitable reductions made on advertisements appearing for a number of issues. Contract ad...

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Western Australia Perth, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

Western Australia Perth, February 27. A new rush is reported from near Oakover, some few miles inland from Pilburra. It is stated that the dis- coverers, a party comprising (ive men, obtained seven hundred ounces in five clays. No really reliable news is yet to haud, but it seems beyond doubt i hat something more than usually good has been struck, and a general stampede has taken place from Cossack and iloebnrue A nnmber of nuggets have also been fouud at Pilbnrra.

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Legal Information. POLICE COURT. (Before J. G. Knight, Esq., S.M.) FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

IÇcgal |(it)¡0riit«i(ioif. POLrOE COURT. (Before J. G. Knight, Esq., S.M.) FEBRUARY 24. Sun W¡m, charged with stealing two pairs hoots, 1 tin coffee, 1 tin marrow, the property of Michael Boyce. Pleaded not guilty. Michael Boyce, sworn, said : I am a railway guard ; on Friday last I left my j hut at 7 o'clock ; I put the shoes pro- duced outside to dry ; the articles pro- duced are my property ; when 1 returned to the hut the things were gone ; never gave permission to take them. W. dc Silva, sworn, said; I am a railway messenger, and was near the goods shed on Friday ; saw prisoner come out of the hut with the articles produced in his possession ; I took him to Mr. Parkhouse. Prisoner elected to he summarily dealt with and was sentenced to six months imprisonment with hard labour. FEBRUARY 20. Ernest Melzer, charged by Mary McLaughlin with using abusive language pleaded guilty, and was tined 10s. and 20s. costs. Thc stun of £289 was won by thc Austra- lian competitors at the recent...

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Queensland. Brisbaue, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

Queensland. Brisbaue, February 27. The manager of tho Croydon and Mount Morgau G.M. reports to tho police a singular robbery of gold. He placed 200 ounces retorted gold iu a burglar proof iron safe, aud a quarter of an hour later, on reopen- ing the safe, found it gone. Fifteeen cricketers have been choseu to represent this colony against the Sydney eleven on Friday ! next. ! i

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, Feb. 27. New Zealand. Auckland, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

Telegraphic News, FROM OUR 0\VX UORRHPOXUKXT. South Australia, Adelaide, Feb. 27. New Zealand. Auckland, Fob. 19. ' Thc steamer Bucephalus, from Calcutta, when thirty miles off Cape Borda, sont a boats crew ashore with uews that the coals were exhausted and provisions short, aud that sail was insufficient to obtain steerage way. Several tug boats started out to render assistance, but were unable to find her. The steamer Governor Musgrave was then dispatched, and after a week's search succeeded in fiudiug lier near the spot from whence she dispatched the boat. She is now anchored off the Sema- phore takiug in coal. The assets of the Town & Country Bank have been purchased for £21,000. The Minister of Education has informed a deputation that the Government is not prepared to increase the police force in tho N.T. for the protection of pastoralists against the ravages of the blacks. Referring to the establishment of mission statious, lie remarked that they were worse than useles...

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LETTERS. THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

LETTERS. LETTERS io thc Editor must he couehep in respectful and simple language and as concise as possible. In every case the writer's name is required, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.] THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Permit me a few words in reply to Mr. II. H. Adcock. (1) Tho information obtained by me as Government Resident was used in tlie interests of the electors anti candi- dates. During the time 1 was in office I used my best endeavours to stop tho practice of entering voters' names in the Electoral Roll without their own application. It was largely owing to my representations to tho Hon. the Minister and the Returning Officer for the Province that instructions were issued to obtain such applications and so place thc Roll in a legal condition for the preseut election. Since the issue of my address last week I have been in- formed, on reliable authority, that names of persons are still on the roll who have not made personal applicat...

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New South Wales. Sydney, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

New South Wales. Sydney, February 27. The steamer Sikh has arrived iu harbour with four cases of smallpox ou board, aud has beeu placed iu quarantine. The unemployed difficulty is still occasioning much anxiety to the Government, and the uumber of des- titute people in and around the city shows no decrease. Public meetiugs in thc park arc of daily occurrence. One speaker advised the crowd, as the most effective means of rousing public attention to their grievances, to stone thc Minister of Public Works to death. The Govern meut is now providing places of shelter for tho huudreds of people who havo boca .found sleeping in the open air, aud*steps aro being takeu for the systematic relief of tho more desper j ate cases. The Freetrade Association - of i which Sir Henry Parkes is a promi I neut member-deprecates tho move meut in favour of Australian Feder j ation, on the ground that the major I ity of tho colonies having adopted j protective policies, it fears that fede- ration will mean...

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Tasmania, [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

Tasmania, A splendid discovery of silver has been made at Whyfce's Ki ver, samples from which have assayed as high as 3000oz silver to the ton. Pastor White, of Launceston, who is eighty years of age, has been sentenced to one week's imprison- ment for granting a false marriago certifícate. English & Foreign. London, Feb. 27. The North Australian Company is liquidating. News of another terrible catas- trophe through the bursting of a dam comes from America, the details beiug almost identical with those re- corded iu connectiou with the similar disaster at Johnstown about twelve mouths ago. The sceue of the pre- sent calamity is situated in the State of Arizona. Owing to heavy raius the embankments of the reservoir were subjected to an unusual strain. They suddenly gave way, and the enormous body of water thus liber- ated swept ouward destroying every living thiug iu its course. As iu the Jolmstown case, thc reservoir was situated at the head of a thickly populated valley, an...

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Victoria. Melbourne, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

Victoria. Melbourne, February 27. A deficit, of over £100,000 is ex- pected in the Railway Department, said to arise from the dead drag of uuremuuerative new lines. Wilsou, one of the Broken Hill Directors, has purchased the St. Alban's training establishment at Geelong, for £71,000. Tho Moss will case has resulted in the upsetting of the will upon which plaintiff relied. Tho plaintiff, Mrs. Somner, iutends appealing. Further investigation of thc affairs of the Permanent Buildiug Society has led to certaiu rerelations result- ing in the arrest of the Secretary on a charge of embezzlement. Irwau's Hotel, at Ballarat, was burnt to the ground on Saturday. A lodger named Evan Thomas was roasted alive. Nathau's furaituro warehouse ia Swanston and Lonsdale streets, was bui'ut to the ground on Tuesday. Thc damage is estimated at over £20,000. Kiddle, the Geelong magistrate, who was recently acquitted ou a chai'ge of indecent assault on his servant, has instituted proceedings against the ma...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Feb. 21-The s.s. Otway, from western ports, with 18 passengers, 23 sheep and 1 box gold.-Kundle Bros., agents. Feb 21-The Chingtu, from southern ports, with 70 tons cargo, and the fol lowing passengers: Misses Byrne (4), Miss E. j Spry, Messrs. Checsbrough, J. P. Byrne, lt. Ffrench, L. Durack, Horsey, Patrick, Wilkinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Musen. SAILED. February 22-Thc s.s. Otway, for west- ern ports. Passengers : Miss Logau, Miss Byrne (1), Messrs. P. Durack, T. Pctbick, P. Byrne, W.L. Baker, E. Luxton, and 19 others. 30 tons cargo and 4 horses. Feb 23-The Chingtu, for Hongkong, with 20 Chinese passengers. Exports: Gold valued at £2,225 and 1 ton old copper -Apliu, Brown & Co., agents. MOVEMENTS. Thc s.s. Franklin left Fremantle on thc 21st February for Port Darwin. The Guthrie left Thursday Island at 5 p.m. on Tuesday.

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

tyit ^aríh |,tisiralijui. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. ÏRLDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1890. I Copper is quoted at £47. Tin, £91. Earnings of the Palmerston railway for week ended February 22ud-£273. £20,000 was the price given for the assets of the defunct Town and Country Bank. We understand that Mr. II. E. Schunke will shortly open a branch of his local smithy at Union Town. John Kite, an old Palmerston "land- mark," died at thc Hospital on Saturday last. Our Union correspondent uncon- sciously led us into error last week in recording the marriage ceremony which took pince there on the 15th. Tho name of the bride should have been given as Miss Mary Heaphy Freeman. Thc s.s. Changsha left Hongkong at noon on the 20th, and is due to-morrow. The western liner Franklin is due here about the 5th March. The Guthrie, from southern ports, should arrive here this evening with a crowd of passengers. Gold valued at £2,225 was shipped for China per Ching tu by three Chinese mer- chants, ir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

Springvale Paddocks ARE OPEX again to RECEIVE STOCK for tin- season. ». All couch grass, secure fences, abun- dant water .and salt. Steers exchanged for old workers. Every earn : nn responsibility. Tennson application. -'">-(»in E. E. Schunke, Blacksmith & Wheelwright, M ITCH EM.-3TKEET, P.VLM EUSTON. (At rear of Rundle Bros.' Store.) H- E. S. begs to inform his customers and the public in general that be is prepared to do all description ot' Blacksmith ami Wheelwright work at lî K A S O S A ll L K ll A T E S. All country orders entrusted to him will bo executed on tho shortest notice. GOO» WORKMANSHIP G TARA UTK ED. Ed. Carns Driffield (Late of the Eiiginccr-iu-Chief's Dept. of S.A.) LICENSED SURVEYOR, BURRUNDIE. Drawings for Machinery Repairs and Duplicates Prepared. 29tc Terminus Hotel, CAVEN AGH-STRE ET, Palmerston. SYDNEY BUDGEN, PROPRIETOR, ST> INTENDS to havo the t Sj* above Hotel thoroughly! renovated and made comfortable, and by attending strictly to business ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

Government Gazette. Thc Taxation Act, 188 t. GENERAL NOTICE. Se« note below as to who should furnish Returns, which may be required not- withstanding the fact that the Income is below £200. OTICE is hereby given that in- come tax returns are required to be furnished, pursuant to the Taxation Regulations, by every taxpayer resident in that part of the province of South Australia which is situated south of Hergott Springs, within twenty-one days from Saturday, thc Ilth day of January, 1890-that is to say, on or before Saturday, the 1st day of February, 1890 And notice is hereby further given that income tax returns are required to bc furnished by every taxpayer resident in that portion of the province which is situate north of Hergott Springs, within twenty-one days from Saturday, the 8th day of February, 1890-that is to say, on or before Saturday, the 1st day of March, 1890. Forms of income returns may be obtained on and after the 11th day of Januarv next at every post office in the ...

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Another Murder by Victoria River Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

Another Murder by Victoria River Blacks. News has just arrived in town re- lating to another outrage committed by thc dreaded blacks of the Victoria River country. The victim in this case was a man named W. Manton, who was well known over this way, particularly in connection with horseracing ; and the story of the crime is thus related by Thomas Chatman, a travelling companion of the deceased, under date Jan. 25th: " On Christmas Day we left Auvergne Station for Kimberley and travelled up   thc Baines. About the 10th day we   saw some cattle tracks. Next morning Manton went back to see if he could find the cattle, and did not return that night. I started to look for him, but could not find his tracks owing to the rain that fell the day he started back. That night his horse came back to the camp with the saddle on, but no bridle. Next morning I ran the horse's tracks back for about five miles to where the rain had come on but could not follow them any furthe...

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Miscellaneous Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 28 February 1890

£\\\:> i cl la u t o nu ip u i it ns. Thc "Saturday líeview," in rm arii« M-' on thc- Into cuiifcreuce al lîrusscls nf re- presentatives of nations pr ifcssedly anxious (odeinolisii thc African -lave trade, indulges in some scathing reaiirks upon the cant and hypocrisy th.-rein displayed, lt allur.es to the extraordinary ru-di of commercial enterprise which has of late been directed to Africa from every part of Europe, describing ii a> like a ?' rush to the diggings" as recorded in l'al-f r.iian or Australian story, with the différence (Kat Governments and peoples have made I Tic rush instead of individuals; while th . par* celling and the claiming, and jumping ot claims, has been carried out upon a corres ponding scale of magnitude. Whilst sar- castically wishing success to thc efforts of thc Conference, it remarks that evils h ive arisen in Africa from thc iiifl-tv? civilised nations equally odious and abominable. and threatening to become a hundredfold worse ; that whilst a...

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Ceremony at Mt. Shoobridge. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

Ceremony at Mt. Shoobridge. Oa Friday eveuiug last the em- ployees of the Palmerston Copper Mining Company, Limited, met and presented Captain John Dunstan, manager, with a testimonial and address on the occasion of his resign- ing the management and leaving the Territory. The address presented by Mr. P. Heyd'n was worded as fol- lows : To CAPTAIN" JOIIN DUNSTAN, Mount Shoobridge Tin Mine, Howley, >.'f. DEAH Sm, We, the employees of the Palmerston Copper Mining Company, Limited, having heard with extreme regret that you have resigned thc management of your Com- pany's properties in the Northern Territory, de<ire b?forc your departure from thc Territory to ¡»how you, in some small decree, the esteem we hold for you person- ally, and our respect for you as manager and employer, for while conserving thc interests of your company you have at all times treated us with a consideration which encouraged us to the best discharge of our duties. And as a mark of our appreciation ...

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Cricket Match [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

dicket Match The match between the P.D.C.C. aud au eleven from the s.a Guthrie came off on Saturday afternoon. The visitors were captaiued by Mr. V V. Brown and the local team by Mr. J. C. Heudry. The latter were rot a particularly warm team, yet they experienced no difficulty in defeating their opponents, who appeared to be very much out of form. Millar, Smith, Glashki, aud the Captaiu were their best raeu, and the former was unquestionably the pick of the lot for all-round play. The fast bowling of Griffiths aud Heudry was more than they bargained for. Griffiths obtained the extraordinary good average of 7 wickets for 13 runs from 50 balls. Tlie match was played with excellent good humour on both sides, the ship team stuck to their task manfully, and play was witnessed by a very fair number of local and other ladies. The scores below tell their own tale : S. S. GUTHRIE. Blaskic, b Griffiths. 4 E. Smith, b Griffiths . 2 George, b Griffiths. 5 Millar, b Griffiths. 5 Dr. Molyneaux, b...

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