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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

MINING NOTES. A new manager has arrived to take the place of Captain Dunstan in the management of the properties at Daly River and Mt. Shoobridge owned by the Palmerston Copper Company. Another good instance of the defec- tiveness of the Maude Creek battery has just beeu well proved. Some time ago Mr. E. J. Kemp, who holds mining in- terests on that field, sent a trial parcel of tailings from the battery south for treatment, and the result just to hand gives the yield as averaging 8ozs to the ton ! Mr. Ffrench, the proprietor of the battery, explains that no ordinary machine could save this, and that tc secure the gold which thus escapes the tailings would have to be treated by the chlorination process, similar to that used at Mt. Morgan. According to Mr. W. G. Stretton'a latest report parties have started out tc prospect the country at the foot of the tableland in from Borroloola. Mr. Stretton deplores the fact that nothing is being done towards developing what in his opinion must ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Extension. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

Ballway Extension. The following communication waa received early in the week, aud as will be seen it touches upon a question of great importance to the Territory : Office of Government Resident, Palmerston, March 3rd 1890. SIB, I have the honour to inform you by direction of the Acting Government Resi- dent that the following dispatch has been received from the Hon. the Minister con- trolling the Northern Territory, and is forwarded to you for thc information of the public : "The Government have carefully con " sidered the petition of the residents in " the Territory that the railway should be " extended from Pine Creek to the Eather " ine. Mr. Stewart's estimate of the cost "of a line from Pine Creek to the Kather "ine is £503,000. The Government feel " that they must not increase the indebted " ness of the Territory to that extent, at " least for the present. They are anxious " also to see if th« construction of the Uno " to Pine Creek will result in the benefit to " the Territor...

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New South Wales. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

New South Wales. March G. The notorious blackfellow, Tommy Ryan, has been once more captured by tho police, and extra precautions have been taken to prevent a repeti- tion of his recent slippery perfor- mances. His capture was brought about by a party of blacks with whom he had taken refuge, who sur- prised him in bis sleep, bound him to a tree, and then informed the police. The sculling match between Mat terson and Kemp is now fixed to take place on the Parramatta River on the 25th of April next. The contest is being looked forward to with great interest, and there has always been a strong rivalry between the parties represented by the two men. Other matches will follow among the several aspirants for the vacant championship, aud a final decisive contest will be arranged for the victors in the varions events. The American sculler, O'Connor, has arrived at Auckland, aud will arrive in time to take part in the tournament. Henry George,, the land tax advo- cate, is expected to arrive ...

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Telegraphic News. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

Telegraphic Hews, FROM OUR OWN OORRSPONDENT. South Australia, Adelaide, March G. Lady Kintore has returned from New Zealand. The annual autumn show takes place this week. The Maharajah of Ulwar is on a visit here. Five hundred miners have struck work at Wallaroo.

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ELECTION MEETINGS. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

ELECTION MEETINGS. TnuRSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27. The election campaign may be said to have fairly opened in Palmerston on Thursday evening, when a goodly audience of voters assembled at the Town Hall to listen to the views of the Hon. J. L. Parsons. Mr. E. Elphick occupied the chair, and in a few well chosen words introduced Mr. Parsons to the meeting as a candidate for the honour of representing the Territory in Parlia- ment. On coming forward Mr. Parsons met with a cordial reception, and the address was listened to throughout with close attention and frequently elicited applause. As the speaker went over the same ground already covered by the published address in our advertising columns, we refrain from publishing a lengthy report. Tiie speaker commenced his address by assuring the meeting that whatever might be the result of the present contest - whether he were elected or thrown out-he would never lose his old affection for the Territory, and any time it lay within his power wo...

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McArthur River Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

McArfhur River Notes. We have gleaned the following notes from the latest report of Mr. W. G. Stretton, S.M., of Borroloola, which has kindly been placed at our service : February 12th, 1890. PASTORAL.-In consequence of the splendid rains that we have had all the squatting community are rejoicing at the prospect of a really good season. J. F. Uhr, Esq., J.P., of Corella Downs, informs me that the tableland country is looking most magnificent and the stock are in prime condition. 4000 head of cattle are to be drafted from Amos Bros. «fe Broad's station on the Mc Arthur River-two thousand will leave for Sydney immediately and the balance as soon as they can be mustered. Another draft of 2,000 will also leave Creswell and Eva Downs stations. The various; station managers with whom I conversed speak very hopefully of a very fan? increase. The natives have been rather troublesome among the stock, but now the wet season is well advanced they will not be so bad. It is only during the extre...

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Victoria. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

Victoria. Mareil 6. The Autumn Meeting of the f V.H..C. has been very successful. The weather was fine throughout ; t the different events were well con- j tested; and there was a large j attendance. The running for the principal events resulted as follows : i Produce Stakes.-Hon. J. White's i Titan. ] Maidens.-Mr. Head's Medallion. 1 Newmarket Handicap. - Mr. S. Davis's Churchhill. This race was i a complete surprise, the horse being 1 a rank outsider. There were several * public favourites, and the "ring" * consequently reaped a golden har- i vest. ] . The Hardies.-Chandler. * The Australian Cup.- Hon. J. ] White's Dreadnought ; Mr. W. Gan- '. non's Melos, Becond ; Sir William third. This race resulted in a mag- > nificent struggle up the straight be- tween Melos and Dreadnought, the latter getting first p.ist the post with ¡ barely half a head to the good, and until the numbers went up the race was thought by many to have re- ; suited in a dead heat. The time 3m. 59£s.-is the ...

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

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE District of the Northern Territory -:o: Port Darwin, February 10th, 1890. GENTLEMEN, At the approaching Election of Metubers 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 public movements of every kind, and have lost no chance of pushing on the various interests of the country, and of boldly advocating necessary legis- lative reforms. Our views upon the important questions affecting the advance- ment and development of this portion of the Colony have been generally similar, and we have therefore decided to jointly conte...

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Saturday, March i-The China Navigation Co.'s s.s. Changsha, from Hongkong. Passengers-Messrs Hea lakeand J. George. Cargo, 200 tons.-Aplin, Brown and Co., agents SAILED. Monday, March 4-The China Navigation Co.'s ss. Changsha, for southern ports. Passengers- Messrs. C. May, T. Dunstan, Williams, Scheller, Carlisle, Ashley, G. Dewar, Armstrong, J. Morck, Kennedy, Dart, Kakowichi, and Quandjroo, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. J. Johnstone. Cargo- 20 packages merchandise -Aplin, ¿town and Co., merchants. MOVEMENTS.

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

and Xort/iern Territory Government Gazette. ÏRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1890. Thc date of our election has not yet been fixed. The s.s. Taiyuan left Hongkong on the 3rd for this port. The s.s. Adelaide brought up 135 pine logs from Mt. Norris Bay, and C. , Gore and R. C. Spencer as passenger. Over two inches of rain fell here on Friday night, and three inches at Rapid Creek. R. C. Spencer was arrested last night on a charge of murdering an aboriginal named Manialucum at Bowen Straits. He will be brought before the Court this morning. It is feared that Messrs. Allen & Co's, schooner Ellerton jlias gone astray. This boat left here for Sydney on January 16th and has not since been advised from an] port. We hear that Warden Nash has giver up trying to force the Chinese to take oui miner's rights, as he finds tho majority oi the delinquents are poverty-stricken. N< doubt, Mr. Chief Warden. The supposed case of leprosy among thc resident Japanese has been proved by Dr O'Flaherty t...

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MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 3. At the Town Hall, on Monday even- ing, Mr. B. D. Beresford addressed the electors, the hall being again crowded with au attentive audience. Mr. E. Elphick occupied the chair, and in introducing the candidate, hoped the proceedings would be characterized by that fairness and impartiality which had distinguished the previous meeting. Mr. Beresford said ho was pleased to see so large an attendance. It showed that the people of Palmerston took a proper interest in the forthcoming elec- tions, and he had been glad to lind the same hearty feeling everywhere prevail ing during his recent visit up country. They had been called together this evening to hear the views of the second candidate who had announced himself, and before going any further he wished to say that he hoped and believed that this election would be conducted on gentlemanly principles; that there would be no slanging matches; that they would not follow the example of those election meetings in Melbou...

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

Springvale Paddocks A RE OPEN again to RECEIVE iL STOCK for the season. All couch grass, secure fences, abun ant water and salt. Steers exchanged for old workers. Every care ; no responsibility. Terms on application. 25-6m H. E. Schunke, Blacksmith & Wheelwright, MiTCHELIi-STKEET, PALMERSTON. (At rear of Rundle Bros.* Store.) AND ALSO AT -UNIO N, Hiere a Branch has just been opened. '. E. S. begs to inform his customers and the public in general that he is prepared to do all description of Blacksmith and Wheelwright work at REASONABLE RATES. ll country orders entrusted to him will be executed on the shortest notice. GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARADTEED. ld. Canis Driffield (Late of the Engineer-in-Chief's Dept. of S.A.) ICENSED SURVEYOR, BURRUNDIE. Drawings for Machinery Repairs and Duplicates Prepared. 29tc Terminus Hotel, CAVENAGH-STREET, Palmerston. SYDNEY BUDGEN, PROPRIETOR. BINTENDS to have the . above Hotel thoroughly inovated and made comfortable, and by tending strictly to bu...

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English & Foreign. Loudon, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

English ft Foreign. Loudon, March 6. Lord Derby, referring to the ques- tion of the separation of North Queensland, which is again being raised, states that he prefers await- ing a full knowledge of all the issues involved before meddling. It is annouuud that Captain Adey, ¡vho was recently removed from the :ommand of the P. and 0. Co.'s s.s. [beria for his conduct in burying the body of the priest, Father Kavanagh, it sea, has taken the implied dis- grace so mach to heart as to commit suicide. The quanity of Australian wines imported into Englaud during the last year shows an increase of 74,000 gallons ou the record for the preced- ing twelve months, aud indications point to a still larger demand. Copper is quoted at £47. Austra- lian tin, £90. The Oxford and Cambridge crews are now in full training for their annual contest on the Thames, the Eormer being the favourites. Stanley, the explorer, is expected to arrive in Loudon on the 20th inst. Preparations are being made to give him...

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

Government Gazette. The Taxation Act, 1884. GENERAL NOTICE. See note below as to who should furnish Returns, which may be required not withstanding the fact that the Income is below £200. NOTICE 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, the 11th 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 be 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 p...

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Queensland. March 6. Total Wreck of the BritishIndia s.s. Quetta—Terrible Loss of Life. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 March 1890

Queensland. March 6. Total Wreck of the British India S.S. Quetta - Terrible Loss of Life. A deep feeling of sorrow has been occasioned throughout Australia, and more especially ia Queensland, by news of the occurrence of a calami- tous shipwreck in Torres Straits. The British-India s.s. Quetta, of 3,484 tons register, in charge of Captain Saunders, left Brisbane on the 18fch February, bound for Eng- land via ports, and carrying a large number of passengers. On Satur- day night last, whilst travelling at full speed, near Adolphus Island, the vessel suddenly struck a sunken rock not shown on the charts. The crash was terrific, and there instantly ensued a scene of fearful confusion among the crowd of passengers. The coloured crew became panic stricken and rushed the boats in defiance of the officers, thus closing all chance of escape in this direction for the majority of the passengers. So terrible was the effect of the collision that within three minutes from time of coming in conta...

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New South Wales. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 March 1890

New South Wales. March 13. O'Cûiiuor, thc Cauadiau sculler, met with a great reception on his arrival iu this city. In reply to a press representative, he states that directly after his defeat by Searle ho made up his iniud to visit the Australian colonies to have auothcr try fur victory, and to seo a country which could produce such wouderful scullers as Jleach and .Searle. He is sanguine of having a good time, and hopes to carey away the champion- ship with him upon Iiis return. Henry George, the noted single tax advocate, has also arrived, aud met with a very cordial reception. He has Inst no timo in opening his cafiipaign, and has already delivered several addresses in support of his peculiar theories. His visit promises to be a great success, and an aston- ishing amouut of iuturest is being exhibited in his lectures. Un nacl occasion, ho has addresced immense audiences, representing every class and creed. Heavy floods continue to be rc ported from the couutry, particular!1 from...

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New Zealand. Auckland, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 March 1890

New Zealand. Auckland, March 13. Dr. Mickie, of this city, who insti- tuted proceedings against Captain Everest for a libellous accusation made by thc latter, has obtained a verdict for £I,UU0 damages. The doctor was charged with committing certain improprieties whilst attending on Captain Everest's wife.

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Queensland. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 March 1890

Queensland. March 13. Tho cricketing representatives of this colony are having an inglorious tour, having sustained decisive de- feats at both Melbourne aud Syduey. lu the latter place tho opposing team scored a victory with an iunings and Ul nins to tho good. They will now try their luck in South Australia. As far a<| is known at present the insurance effected on the ill-fated s.s. Quetta's cargo- amounts to only ¿12,000. The bodies of forty-four of the white passengers taken down in the vessel have been recovered and since buried ; of this number only three could be identified. Divers from Thursday Islaud aro now engaged exploring the wrecked ship for valuables, and a number of bodies arc thus being recovered. II.M.S. Egeria has been dispatched to search for and exactly locate the rock on which thc vessel is said to have struck. The Brisbane Tramway Company has been formed, with half a million capital, to iutroduce thc cable system instead of thc present antiquated meth...

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The Vituperative Inkslinger. AIR "Little Widow Dunn." [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 March 1890

The Vituperative Inkslinger. AIR - ''Little Willow Dunn." . Tiirre i* a spiteful journalist wini keeps a paper »tore. 'Tis -it nate in Smith-'reel. Palmer-ton ; Ile maii'ila- lures leaders, and uth-rtrashy lore ? A mighty man. unleeil. i" Silctiiu-tri. He's ji eaiuli.ht'e fur Parliament, ami u mts a -omli-ru tri]». So lie hl.n-kguards his npp.inrnts, just for fun : lint when -luging hi- own praises, oh! don't he give it lip ! lu a p.ip.r railed the Tims, dor-. S-jIcallt-Ull ((.'horus to 1-t vcr-c) Abuse "f Paler ia rorlnl hi'er) Sre a ]'aniphlet on " Jti-lir.-," rome; Parsons lauded, hi- art- :i¡ plan.led. And Min;, hy the oily Sole.iiii-iin. Hut this I- ended ; it's non pr-t-ti le i Tin- .Indi'; did all that could I»' don-. Parsons i« slated, and sound Iv rated, {rt ly crt rv rag turned out liv S ileum.un. »* . You should hear him at a meeting, clap- trap and cant galore - He can «¡lout, if he's not been out m the -un ; Dut HI a-k von not to tru-t hin, or foe ll.Hi-If he'll -i-ore....

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TUESDAY, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 14 March 1890

TUESDAY, M.»LC¡I ll. Fong Ah lion!; was charged by Samuel ' Brown with i tenting :tulb. ot copper valued al Ms. I Prisoner pleaded nut guilty. Samuel Brown, swum, deposed: lani manager of the Port Marwin Navigation Company. Yesterday aflernu-jn I received iufurmatiun from Mr. V. V. Brown that something had takeii place, in consequence of which 1 went to the Police Station and ' was shuwn n prisoner in the cell ; prisoner in the dock is the man ; I was also show n copper produced, which is the same quality as that on the ship Levuka-, the Levuka is lying on the mud Hat between Port Hill ; and Stokes Hill ; 1 examined ber ami benni two sheets ot copper partly off; they were not loosened by me or by my authority ; 1_ swear the copper produced was taken oft' the Levuka; there is no copper like it ou another lighter in Port Darwin. Ah Thiu, sworu, said : ' 1 am engineer of the steam launch Maggie ; 1 saw thc pri- soner about lt! o'clock yesterday ; 1 saw prisoner with a rice bag ami toma...

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