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SHIPPING. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

SHIPPING. AUBIVËD May 6-rThe A. G. j. AS. Co>. i s; Suez I ^apláinl Do/nd, frojin "southern ports. Passengers-D. and B. Slater, C.M'AÍíster, and A..Lawrence. 14 tons general cargo.. -Adcock'Bros., agents. May 7-The China Navigation Co's. s.s. Whampaa,-MÜ9 tons. Captain Williams, from southern ports. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brandt, and Miss Jones. 106 tons general .¿cargo?-?Adcock Bros;, agents/' ;. " . V.; .-May 7-The A. C. JV A'S. Co's. s.s. Naples, Captain Thom, from Hongkong^ 31 tons of general cargo.-Adcock Bros., agents. May 8-The E. A A. Co's. s.s. Menmuir, Captain Helmes, from southern ports. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. J. Langdon Parsons, 3 children and governess.'Mr. and. Mrs. T. Kennedy Pater, Miss Pater and child, and Miss Lassan, Messrs. W. H. Gratwick, P. D. Beresford, J. M'Keddie, M. S. Solomon, and L. Hellmer. 72 tons general cargo.-V. V. Brown agent. / : ;. ¿ ) SAILED May 7-The A. C. J. A S. Co's. s.s. Sue» for: Hongkong. Cargo-1 box of gold Kong I Wing Lee, valu...

Publication Title: North Australian
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Cable M[?] (N[?] and Add[?] in Message) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

:<rto,»¿t i ii; i- i i áii i « irii^) ! ? - .?ii Mili 11^ li|%I«1p»t. . ?? i ntmlmi. §ak » nnBtAyag. 8 1 m.. Jfaw Tiihij tv* var*, lm.M.

Publication Title: North Australian
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PARSONS' RECEPTION MEETING [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

PARSONS' RECEPTION MEETING A mermo to coasidor.tfce best means of receiving Mr. J. L. Parsons, Govern- ment Resident, was called by poster on Mend» lest» end took phase in the Town Hall at five o'clock in the w malice af about 30 gentlemen. ? Mt.' V. V. Brown was voted te the mmn% and «rpbnm^l the objects* of the msetrng, after which he invited those present tO suggest the best tneaus for givrag mV Paraos a good welcome to the Territory . : Mr. W. Obancükw said he would aUsmgly advocate to give the^hon, |i|]jrmmisa a warm reoeptikm, »atm any i#msay was needed he would áádly gi ve ^jptmire. It wm fortuw^ fr thought; tijrt we had a thorough gentleman to represent ns, and Tie was in possession sf ampie proof to show that Mr. Parsons wsa sn edacated gentleman. Mr. J. 6. Knight thought that the reoeption to Mr. Parsons could not take a better form than that of a banquet, and. he would- move that-it be. given on Monday next, instead of on the day of this Resident's arrival, as he would th...

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TELEGRAPHIC CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

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POST OFFICE ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

Wat »um lt payab» ii Soatn AuittuU». Other Auttrahaa Colonie» T**mami»,<#}!i«wZ9*lanà. " Uiritedlïngdom, India,or » . G#p» of Good Hope ....... " Germany or Siritserland . » Hongkong. Jot atéi âf »rtM*tag Mrii/Hag «aaa« f. ». a. ». .ai -, o . i/o ~ i ,j 10 Í0 "t td i o f < '4 0 6 0 . tO 4 6 fl a» D. 0 6 1 P 1 0 t 0 1 6 No Single Order ean bs granted for «ore than £10.

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Telegraphic News. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) ADELAIDE. May 8th. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

Telegraphic ZTews. (rob* otra OW» coaarovDBirr) ADl55tbB. May 8th. A eompany nan been floated in London by Lyons, with a capital of one million sterling. The Dake of Manchester ts the chairman bf the compaay, and has. already started for Amitraita with the' intesdaee of taking ap . pastoral '?.mmdn m the Northern Territory. Michael Davitt, tí» Irish agitator, intends visiting Australia. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach has stated his rétention of moving a vote of censure on the Home Government for failing to relieve Feneral Gordon st Khartoum. The Oriental Bank of London, India, and Australia has failed, The liabilities are set down at thrteen millions., and the assets nominally equal. Shareholders are liable for a million and a half. The Govern- ments of Ceylon and else whore guarantee the notes; other banks are also assisting. The best offer so far is that of 17s. 6d. in the pound. i,^cI)onnell, a Fenian leader, was Kii immfrf jn Baglà^ on Monday. . . Four Bank shareholders meetings were h...

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[?] and Twelve Mile. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

.l ill I mm Tmitt tî» ggpyirlrt Dwi ^(^9%Wmmfi*fM.j UkJtCn*, 4 t-m* ulm m Tmbrm [U^*£!tL-hm*m tito TwéMÊm

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POSTAL CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

JQOTàL <MAMßE8. . .-..^ÊK^Êmm. ? 9kW0ÊUk\ 9Ê0mm) Ira'imi.: ... li I 4 , » iñm\m»Wmmgte. I 4 4 firle**..: \_... t 1 4 i *g£¿ tl M v jfwtAwtfat». til 4 1f>wfiibji ... t Í 4 1

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THINGS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

THINGS AND OTHEBS. W^NinAygtand that many tenden «ré "bejjsgssnt in relating to the Govern* anan^ n^ yi*>* the Daly " Watara Telegraph Station, and the Hospital,demur's quarters, ACL, and now that oar r^ Resident his arrived among os it may be of benefit to those fsndrringto/^ neces- sity of aa#Sngl the Chinese debarred trsm competing for theae works. . PKABXINO has apparency been brisk this week, but I» the majority of the boats haye ritiwr mosmt away outride the harnear, or up the east arav of the bay, we are enable to say for certain what amount of aheU bas been obtained. A immniirtmiiir this week Tasarme ^nattât Mann* Ajrmstrong and Hay are are now. ia restant of a herd of magnifi cen^JeuenuB^eV^ : . Bi««r,aml«a«^WKÍm intend supply iiaj ¿m teeni -marama witia, monthly drafts. Mr. Ifay, we sue told, contem - platee ahortly m Shift to tarir new atatimie»Laem«« Bar, from where he will be abm '"%» assist the Territory with hif .l ie antis ah* stock movements especially in the áam...

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Ya[?] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

: Yum Qt*ék mmMmmmm\ w*y*t*«j»4 BK* Dmmm ???*> tam» .af,« ia; T**tv* «m atm* Jay, lt ajajiia« 1 Twa t^a* t ya*. ' ~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

LIEBIG COMPANYS EXTRACT . . OP MEAT. ^ jfiasst and cheapest neat nvroaring lajah; far soups, ntaae diahea and asnees. '.iBTUUash^ coloaieaun srcuunl ? rt* Btejfmg good ia the hottest elimatta Wm^DmmmfB Extract of Msut: ?h auiwa and a boon far which staid fan gmemti^-Sse "JafidiH Pinea," "InaeeV' "British ItaaiaalJoa^'eto. S^f^ta%a^ Sagmnnre ia hwauanjeke ia T-ft1-' iaeroaaed aaaataayaara.'' " Ífluf Éifl'á Eaaaiil of Maa» ia adaaata wa^ osen feirty tajaa. »l an atow^ ah» eolssnss. Extract of Maat «fchfark IamLoadoa, laiaanariM ii oa*Baa»r», I Panis: a,Baa ?hienné, 7, Paris. I Pumasci of the Chest Ciircd. GriaaauH A Q>.'»jBTwofB:jpo-Pao»phh> ' Wa «vite-v-Ärwue ar» ailing front Dsananra af ' ta* Chest ta mort to Oilmaull and Co. » r>rrap of Hypopbos phis» af lasa» as tim oafy one yielding unmmug result» in tia» treatment of Pimieii. Peliaonalis, Astmaa, Bronchitis, .nd marions kinds of Coughs. Grhnaolt's Arran of ffppo-piw»phiti of Lone is of a Bose Gkdonr, n defivemd in flat ...

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GENERAL MISCELLANY. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

GENERAL MISCELLANY. KEW BOÜTH WAL». A maa named Roger Carey, of Jones' Creek was arrested for sheep-stealing at Keedy Flat! While being conveyed to Tumut he fell from his horse in a sham tit. The constable ran to a Greek for water, and when he returned he found that the bird had flown, Tha^. police have been out in all rlirrrtinmi.amV' biiig for the man, but without success. Carey is an old resident, and knows every inch of the country. A notorious nany of horse-stealssa from the Snowy River Mountain» baa feen suooesfelly broken up by Senior constable Leigh-Cornett and Senior osaatahm Cade, of Michelago. Sin varuahm horses windi, were stoma from there and »M.et Tarago, nave kejm jisimli,aa»mmyadm» aealmîd to b»mi ] the trail of the smmad u auapeet.M j A ema which hm created frost publie interest m Wellington wm e^seJeml recently in, the Wett^sjäm «Has aesajt. The nahe» promcutia the aVftama Cathohe priest aaal a portion el his congi ogatiau upon the charge eTJávfctg illegally gamble...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

THE ITortli Australia \ ^NEWSPAPER -li Printed every Friday Evening, PA^JOBSTON, POET DARWIN, SA: J / and circulates at .« 3>arwin Comp, Twetreäfitei Tine Creek, Yam Creek, Union, Shackle, Howley, ?ad all other centres ot population in ' the Northern Territory, besides having a huge Int - - Circulation. - ' ~, It Contains ;A true report of all lotti events, weekly i~ - Telegrams, ShippingIaUjliyace. ;&ma* Clippiegatramawlaieatflea, * ->. . and a weekly supply sf UPCOUNTRY _ ' MINING an» GENERAL NEWS , contributed by oar Special Correspondent H Owing to its Great Osculation, A ' theNouTB ACSTUAXUS is TJ O an Excellent Medium. S. for the use of all T B_ B ADTOSTERIB, ? A . . ' \ . whether Oilonial I TK; ; lntefcoloniaL Engtism, A ¿^^^,^or.jy>wagn.,.._. . N . -- - ^.^Z'Tanna or Scaacsmiojr : ^ti' * s. d. , .. _N "P« Quarter.. 6 0 Per Annum (advance) 10 0 " " (booked).. ISO Tba, above figures . jacka*postage to : aar part of Australis*%s*AK^a«nnni is added for postage t...

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ARRIVAL OF MR. J. LANDON PARSONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

ABRITAI. OF MA J. l5âpPÔN - PAlUJtjUffB. \ Ta« steamship Meiimuir, wajfeh^a^iaJ on Thursday' afternoon, latFnnTmuad [ Mr, tinao*, his wife sití hmñ^md : Mr. Pater and family, jail efl who^ïre , are happy to say, landed itt ihe a^'jof heälih. 'The gr?at intereàrl9n^'in' the arrival of the ' new . Cjjbv^riïajeut Resident was shown by /the ?''&mtmWi&: bunting displayed on tW bons* i^Ée hartaur, and bu every' ótf)s#eÍBysWft, place, and abo by the U]B]BMS)*B? Very 1 anxious inquiries as to whoa ma'-veejei: I was- expected;' - As- sean,; as. JaW-'hmv anchored,. quite a fleet.-, -rf-hesta wjtiV living freight were '^V^ J¿gfM¡^¡ I the occupants, sill Hf^f^Smt^à have first view of Uf.jQ^tiiffmßjjäf wish him "tile. top-o* 'tt^ffîti^ Nothing of a formal, natara^ hou^gjgy took place on board, the raiding bf lp comuiraftjn and the. présentation address bf' welcome freos tae ^^¿£¿ Council, being held over till fm\fmm rog. day. Mr. Panons waatrdiiaea |a tht- Residence upon his hadi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

^P. R. ALLEN & CO. ^ ' IM P O R T E RS 1 I f . AND- :.; § ^^feSft^:':¿^v^?r? " V- ' .- iib Sf ô . --j^««it-^i^rtir ipnmtmtm, - ÏÏÏAVE JUST RECEIVED THE K>T/1A7WIÍÍ%^<)QD8 r;v¿**se^j Maize . - ~ j // Tinned Pruite * j fgÉ^Br^ ...Apples --'¿W*1 - t'- ' ï*io'ur ' .'-:!." Butter_1 "*,V-^~&J*. ¿.,-. Tobacco ....... . ^ r - - > Bacon ..^s*^^^ -. . .. .1 l^líKBSQ"1-^-^» PATTES», ' L;f'"v1 j. T. BULL, Sítííí;- . SJtTTH-STREET, PALMERSTON, ^ÉLAS'Sp^ ON- HAND ÉSBOCÉBIES, ? ü: î:"¿*?,;r'?;.',? ' ^ ""^ : Ô fevWINES AND SPIRITS, ' ._ «^^pV^i > w IRONMONGERY, .. . -i;^^'VV^"TvÇ^:'i : t, DRAPERy, CXOTHLNG, ,. ;v ; Í - ) ^V^V'. ' ' BOOTS AND SHOES, .^.'^^V^fe.f ;v,., ^; . GLASS AND GROCKERYWARÉ, i¡ Î : ;- STATIONERY,.Ac., ¡&c^ &cJ Mlil5^m.:;.BlfL:Liri5 SMITH-STREET, F1LHEB8TOV. flu Family Hotel, M SMITH STREET, \ ' PsilniwtoiL. - V JAMES PICKFORD, u fllHIS Hotel commands a most" salu '?' JKÎÏ brious position, from which all > tte - aaa'be wen.'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

T. O'Connor, ~" ABATED WATER CORDIAL MAJÏUFAÇTUBJBR, PALMEE8TON. ..";,. ,' ... ,..MË», ' -y ?; "^V PALMERSTON CLUB HOTEL.I B. P. XOnWXtt, PROPRIETOR. of Chaffes.^ ^ ^ Board and Aecoaaaodatioav .^psrweek.. S 10 O Board <wI7.7ei.wek... ... 8 0 0 Board and AoegauMdatioa, per day ... ... 0 10 0 Meals^T.. ... ... 0 3 0 Beda ... . 0 8 0 Dinner or lima Parties in Private Apart» atenta by Special Arrangement. Saddle Horm and Baggies for Hire. Telegrams addnaMd0 "PAUCKMTOK CLUB Hom" «flt receive prompt attention. ESTABUSHXD 1849. Head Office-87 Pitt-Street, Sydney, c Queensland Branch Office-130 Qneen- j Street Brisbane, r Qneenaland Board: Hon. J. SV'Tnrner, M. In C. Chairman. I B^araey Canaan, Bao^ M. B. C. 81, j Depvty-Chaintan Jam P. Owrie«; Sa* Q. O, M. I* A. j ^^^''Baaaaipij^Bi |( Td* aty(a\ «rOrgr ^Mn. E. B. Porrest^^EsQ», M* a* C 50,000 Members. £900,000 Annual Revenue. Invested Fonds Exceed T9QX MU-1 lions Tkxm MtauÊnà] Thou-ad gUrHug. Last Tear of theQuinquenium. ! Polic...

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The North Australian. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

^fce 1 forth ^«.ntralian. FttIDAY EVENING, MAY 9. THE full report of the proceedings at the farewell banquet-giveirto Mr. J. h. ParspuB>. priora to ; his leaving; Adelaide ¿toL take x tké¿ position of 6oYernin«%tí,B^sió!enfc-oi the Nor Territory, will be found in the Adelaide OBSERVER of the 12th of |ApriL; ;As~M rule, we do not place a gmt deal-óf confidence in state- ments made at assemblies of this description, where, we may say, a hundred gentlemen meet, ninety nine of whom attend for the express purpose jpf. paying compliments to the hundredth, and where good qualities and actions alone are considered; It would be too absurd to imagine for a moment that the whole of the honied sentiments expressed at such gatherings are meante to last;' the greater poiiiQtt¿arej;on^jri uttered in. a moment " of 'supreme ' happiness. Hardly anything could .be so" ridi- culous.ns to listen to a. numbjsa, of Members of Parliament: enlarging upon the resources of a .country, .and endeavouring to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 9 May 1884

DEATH. CRAIG.—On the 30th April, at her resi-   dence, Closeburn, Taringa, Brisbane,   Jane Kirkpatrick Gray-Craig, widow of   the late Revd. T. S. Craig, Police Magis- trate at Thargomindah (Queensland), aunt of the Revd. Dr. J. K. Black, M.A. D.D., St. John's Church, Wellington (New South Wales), and mother of C. K. Gray-Craig, of the Town and Country Bank, Twelve-Mile, N.T.

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COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 16 May 1884

COURTS. Fall Jurisdiction, £400, is held at Pal- merston, on Wednesday, as per following dates :-On September 5, October 3, November 7. December 5. Limited Jurisdiction, £20, will be "held on September 19. October 17, JNovèmber 14, aua December li). . Licansiui- 3eneh, on Tuesday, - Septem- ber ll, and Ddcember ll.

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