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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

NOTICE. T IST of Property found, and now -*-* in the hands of the Police, Palmerston ; and unless claimed within one month from this date, will be handed over to the finder. Property. No. 1 Purse, containing Money, Kings, and Receipt. No. 2. A sum of Money. No. 4. A sum of Money. PAUL FOELSCHE, Sub-Inspector of Police, Palmerston. July 9,1874.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

Notice. THE MEETING for the purpose of FORMING a TURF CLUB, post- poned on account of the illness of one of our principal sportsmen, will he held on Saturday, 11th instant, at 4 o'clock p.m., at Mrs. Traversi's Temperance Bar. T f\ß. REWARD-LOST between the JLU Darwin Crossing and Southport, a Bunch of Small Keys. Whoever should find the same, and will return them to Fiveash and Catchlove, will receive the above Re- ward. LOST between Adelaide River and Shackle, Duck Bag, containing Cloth- ing, Revolver, Cartridge Box, Memoianduui Book, &c. The finder will be Rewarded. Apply either at the Royal Hotel, South- port, HopewelFs, Adelaide River, Williams', Shackle. HENRY PYBUS. TO LET at SOUTHPORT.-That ex- cellent Business Site, known as MARKER'S, Allotment 263, in 52J feet frontages G. J. TURNER. Auctioneer and Commission Agent. Saddle and Harness Maker. W. O'CONNOR being about to Close his place of Business at Southport, for a short time, will before .doing bo SELL the^vhole o...

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The Fowl Case. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

-The-EowLCase. TO THE EDITOK. Sir-In your last i&sue you allude in a humorous strain to the Police Court action I had to prosecute last week against Mr. Little, of the Telegraph Department. I have no- thing to complain of in your humor, which is innocent enough ; but I beg you will correct the inaccuracy you fell into in saying that the action was against the South Australian Government. It was against J. A. G. Little for maliciously destroying the Submarine Company's property in shooting two of that Company's fowls. I am, Sir, »fee., T. D. TAYLOR. [ Practically the action was against the Government, as it would have had to pay (so we are informed) if a penalty had-bee« imposed on thfi. defendant.-Ed.J

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

NOTICE TO COIUIESPONÜENTS. All letters and news intended for insertion in this pstpcr should he addressed to the "Editor/' so as to prevent mistakes and delay. "Wood-splitter," in answering Mr. New- man's letter ought, in fairness, to sign his own name for publication, the same as Sir. Newman himself has done.

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Submarine Cable to Singapore. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

Submarine Cable to Singapore. The telegram from Sydney stating that a coalition between New South Wales, Queensland, and New Zea- land is contemplated, with a view of laying down another submarine cable to Singapore, has been welcomed , with acclamation. The present rates charged are so high that they act as a great bar to business. If the charges were reduced one-half, in all probability there would be a con- siderable increase in the receipts, but . such a desideratum is only likely to be accomplished by a wholesome competition. The telegraphic ser- vice is intented for public accommo- dation, and for the furtherance of commerce, and not merely from a pounds, shillings, and pence point of view. Besides, now that the ad- vantages of telegraphic communica- tion with the mother country have been so fully expeiienccd, it is j'ist as well that there should be a second' cable, in the event of the first one being injured and unworkable. '

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SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

SHIPPING. Atti!! VED. July 9-Jason. Netherlands-India Steam Navigation Com pair's steamship, l.GOn tons register, P. JD. Boar, master, from Adelaide June Ord. calling at intermediate ports. J. Lindsa}-, agent. Passengers-Mrs. E. Cox and four children, Mrs. J. Disher and one child, Mrs.Kilian and two children, Messrs.]». Harvey, T. Nelson, G. Ryland, C. Johns, and W. Birman. Cargo-CO*tons and 2(J0 sfcfcep. aiisciîr.tiAîîiïous. The Jason, it appears, is not a regular passenger or mail steamer, but has been engaged by the Netherlands-India Company lo talce the place ol' one ol' their own strainers until next month, when the service will be regularly opened. The Jason isa schooner-rigged iron steamer, and looks like what she realty is-a troopship. She is evi- dently more for use than show. She did not pul in at the Endeavor Uiver ; and she will leave here immedialch' for Batavia, for which place she has coals and some amount of general cargo.

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The Roper River. [BY ANOTHER "POICK."] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

The Eoper River. '[By another '-î'oick."] Of all the deep waters that roll to the sea Through mangrove and boxwood and droop- ing tea true, There's none like the lloper, there's none that flows by So golden and rich 'neath the tropical sky : At eve, when the sailors have swept the deck free, And Jack, the old steward, has poured out tlie tea, 'Tis worth a whole life 'neath the awning to rest, And see the sky's glories come out in the went. They burnish the river with yellow and red ; They crimson the cedars that hang over head ; They give wings of gold to the white cocka- too, And glorify even old Jack and the crew. Then, 0, of all rivers, the Köper I prize, For verdure, deep water and beautiful skies.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

E. DURAND, & CO., IMPORTEES, GENERAL MERCHANTS, CUSTOMS, SHIPPING, AND GENERAL AGENTS, PORT DARWIN. SOUTHPORT, AND TEE SHACKLES. Agents for Messrs. M'Meckaii, Blackwood, and Co. GORE ¿ CO., HAVE RECEIVED BY GOTHENBURG IN PROVISIONS, &c. : Apples Muscatel Raisins Onions Bottled Fruits Potatoes Green Peas Meats Preserved Milk Soups Cocoa Nibs Salmon Nutmeg's Mustard Mace Lea & Perrins' Sauce Verinocilli Tomato Sauce ita, &c. IN DRAPERY New Prints Printed Table Covers Muslin Collars Book Muslin Oollaretts Ladies' Corsets Trimmings Gents' Drill Trousers Patent Ruffling Do. Tweed do. Girls' White & Fancy Hose White Lustre Galateas ToAvels Club House Scarfs Loom Damnsk Reuter do. Toilet Covers Braces «fcc.j etc. BOOTS AND SHOES: Blrchers I Canvas Hungarians j Kangaroo Elastic Sides ?fee, etc. Purses Pocket Books Perfumery Toilet Vinegar FANCY GOODS: Cherry Tooth Paste Poll Combs Tooth Brushes Sleeve Links and Studs GLASS ANZ> EARTHENWARE "Meat Di...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

For Sourabaya and Batavia. T 1HE NETUERLANDS-ÏNDIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S Powerful Steamship JASON, 1,600 tons register, is expected in Port Dar- win about the 7th July, and »ill leave for the above ports shortly after arrival. She will «all at Koepang should sufficient inducement offer. For freight or passage, apply to JOHN LINDSAY. k^. mHE "IMP," carrying Her '3&3&>? _L Majesty's Mail, will leave Port Darwin on Saturdays, Mondays, and Wednesdays, at noon. Returning from Southport on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 5 a.m. Accommodation for passengers. HIE Al CLIPPER BOAT AMELIA, William Manson, Master, is open to charter to convey goods and passengers to Southport. .Fishing or Pleasure Parties can hue the boat on reasonable terms. HENRY M O O It E, AUCTIONEER, MINING AND .COMMISSION AGENT, $ GROCER. Tn the last department he lias no connec- tion with the LAUGE Storokecpurs of Palmerston. CSTMind the Address HUNTER'S OLD BARK STOKE, Cavknagh-jstukkt, ...

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Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

(ÉMwírnm^nt ferity 'npiIE. foi lowing is published for -*- the information ot all whom it :-ma.v concern. a. B. SCOTT, Government Resident. July 8th, 1874. Gwrernment House, Adelaide, 2nd July, 1874. His Excellency the Governor 1ms this day been pleased to APPOINT William Henry Bundey, Esq., M.P., to be an additional Minister, under provisions of Act No. 5 of 1873; and he directs that such addi- tional Minister shall bear the title, for the present, of Minister of Justice and Education. Hy command, Anthony Musgrave, Jun., Private Secretary. TT is hereby notified that all persons ?*- haviner business to transact with the Department of the Northern Ter- ritory in Adelaide, will communicate with the Hon. Mr. Bundey, Minister of Justice and Education. G. B. SCOTT, Government Resident. Palmerston, 8th July, 18?<L [

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

SKELTON'S NEW GOODS ex "CONTEST." LADIES' BOOTS, Men's Elasticside Calf Boots. Canvas Bluchers, Oxonians, and Hun- garians. Kangaroo Shoes, specially for tropical wear. Ladies' Costumes, Men's Hats and Carrots. Onions and Solar Hats, Bottled Fruits and Pyjamas. Preserved Peas and Saddlery. Lobsters and Herrings, Ready-made Bed Ticks and Mutton Hams. Men's White Longcloth Shirts, and Sauce- pans of all sizes. Camp Ovens, Simpson's Colonial Ovens. Almonds and Raisins, Rice and Split OATS, BRAN, CHAFF, Oatmeal. Best Flour, kiln dried, 12s. 6d. bag. Preserved Milk and Fresh Butter. Skelton's Tonic Wine, 48s. per dozen. Hennessy's Case and Bulk Brandy. Rum,. Gin, and Limejuice Cordial. Tennant's and Alsopp's Ales. Pens, Inks, Papers, and Epsom Salts. Chlorodyne, Eye-Water, and Carbolic Soap, invaluable for those afflicted .with Prickly Heat. All the above Goods are to be had at the SOUTHPORT STORE, As well as at his nowr well-known PALMERSTON STORE. Prospecting parties are respectfully a...

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Light Wines and Fever. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

Light Y/ines and Fever. TO TilK JEWTOR. Sir-How is it that none oi the good light wines of South Australia are to be obtained at the public houses here. This is just the climate for them ; and if the people were to get intoi the habit of drinking them instead of the wretched stuff called brandy, there would be much less illness in the Northern Terrritory, and much less disposition to the worst forms of fever. All writers on health in tropical countries point out the danger of people habitually drinking spirits; and this is just the thing which Englishmen will persist in doing whenever they can get a chance. But the temptaion wrould be much less if good light wines were procur- able at all public-house bars, instead of being carefully excluded as seems to be the case here. I am, »Sir, &c, NORTH A ÜSTRALIAN.

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Palmerston District Council. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

Palmerston District Council. The annual meeting of ratepayers, in the district of Palmerston "took place on Monday, July 6, when Mr. Caldwell, the Chairman, presided. He announced that the object of the meeting was to nominate three councillors and two auditors for the ensuing year, and that the day of election would be on the follow- ing Monday if a poll were demanded. The following candidates were then proposed and seconded (the persons being willing to serve if elected): Councillors-Adcock, Allen, Barlow, Clarke, Fivcash, Jones, and Skelton. For Auditors-Schmid, Mather, and Iiudall, jim. On a show of hands being taken, the majoiity was in favor of Messrs. Skelton, Jones, and Allen as coun- cillors, and Messrs. Schmid and Mather as auditors. But a poll was demanded, and the Chairman an- nounced that it would take place orr the following Monday, between the hours of 9 and 5 o'clock.

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LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT—PALMERSTON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1. (Before Mr. Price, S.M., Mr. Lindsay, and Mr. Frew, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT-PALMERSTON. Wednesday, July 1. (Before Mr. Price, S.M., Mr. Lindsay, . and Mr. Frew, J.P.'s.) Westcott v. Marker.-Claim for £2? 7s. ud. on an unsatisfied judg- ment. Mr. Smith appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Rudall for the defendant. Mr. Marker was called, and pro- duced a receipt, dated June loth, in full of all demands, and amounting- to £28. Mr. Westcott had sig-ned it in witness's presence, at the Shackle. Mr. Smith could not g-o on in face of the receipt; but he had heard nothing of that document from Mr. Westcott. Case dismissed. Lawrie v. Lindsay. - Claim for £31 13s. Mr. Smith appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Rudall for the defendant. Adjourned on account of the ab- sence of the plaintiff. Forster v. ííausáen. - Claim for £100. _ Mr. Rudall (in the absence of Dr. Kaufmann)Tor the plaintiff, and "Mr. CMiiitli lor (lie lUtf'umlniJi. The amount claimed w»«; for wages, £42, and for damages caused by breach of agreement.. It appeared that, plaintiff...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

T ELEGK AMS. (From our own Correspondent.) SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, July 9. The g-old hythe Gothenburg-,which is now publicly exhibited, has caused g-reat excitement. The Gothenburg-, and also another Batavian steamer, are both advertised to leave for Port Darwin about the end of the month. Tenders are to be shortly invited for the Port Darwin mail service. f ^Parliament has voted £1,000to ijpe Stapleton Fund. ^ -. The Teleg-raph Mining- Company is increasing- its capital. VICTORIA. (From M'Meckan, Blackwood, & Co. to E. Durand & Co.) Melbourne, July 10. Gothenburg- fixed to g-o to Port Darwin immediately. Exact date not fixed. PINE CREEK, July 8, [Captain Phillips to Editor of"N. T« Times.] Cleaned up on Saturday-one hun- dred and seventy two ounces of g-old. July 10. Ton tons from Caledonian Pros- pectors' Claim yielded two ounces twelve pennyweights per ton. Faif average of reef.

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Union Reef. (From a Correspondent.) July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

Union Reef. ^Frorn a Correspondent.) July 4. We are most anxious here to have it known that there are many thou- sands of tons of rich surface quartz almost ready for crushing, and any quantity of more by sinking down on the reefs for it. There is no doubt about it, the fact having been proved on both lines of reefs, both north and south of the prospectors' claim, and extending over a considerable number of claims each way. On Winn's No. i north, Lady Alice, a splendid lot of rich stone is already raised ; and the reef and stone are improving as they go down. West- cott, McMinn, and others say they never saw better. No. 2 north, and several claims south, on the Lady Alice, have been proved to be also very rich, and on the Union line several claims south, and No. 3 (and the spare piece) they are finding splendid surface quartz and gold. Our great want now ¡s a public crusher to take it to and convert it into money. We can then work our claims without making them into Companies, and g...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

II Friend of All. O L L O W A Y ' S PILLS. How to enjoy Life. Is only known when the blood is pure, its circulation perfect, and the nerves in good order. The only safe and certain method of expelling all impurities is to take Holloway's Pills, which have the power of cleansing the blood from all noxious matters, expelling all humours which taint or impoverished it, and thereby purify and invigorate and give general tone to the system. Young or old, robust or delicate, may alike experience their bénéficient effects. Myriads affirm that these Pills possess a marvellous power in securing these great secrets of health by purifying and regulating the fluids, and strengthening the solids. Our Mothers and Daughters. The functional irregularities peculiar to Hie weaker sex are invariably corrected with- out pain or inconvenience by the use of Holloway's Pills. They are the safest and , surest medicine for all diseases incidental to females of all ages, and most precious at the turn of life...

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Up-country Jottings. (From our own Correspondent). Sandy Creek, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

Up-country Jottings. (From our own Correspondent). Sandy Creek, June 29. There is very little to report this week. There has been, as usual, some very good finds, and the ma- jority of the diggers seem very well satisfied, but the great cause of com- plaint is the low price of gold. A short time ago the current price of gold here was £3 15s. for clean gold. That was the price allowed in all business transactions ; but when the buyers offered their gold to the Bank, the highest price they could get was £3 5s., thus entailing a very heavy loss to the buyer. Lately the Bank has raised the price to £3 10s. for the best samples. One or two indi- viduals here, who sent gold to Ade- laide by the Tarama, have received letters informing them that the gold realised from £3 16s. to £3 17s. 6d. per oz., and advising them to send all they possibly could there, as that price was freely given. Now it does seem hard that the poor diggers, who have to work so hard to get the gold, should get so smal...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

The Northern Territory Times. Subscriptions in Advance : Per Quarter . 0 6 0 Per Annum ..110 Charges for Advertising : (Cash Terms, Monthly.) Two lines and under ... Is. Four lines. ... 2s. Six lines ' . ... 3s. One inch . ... 5s. Every additional line ... 6d. On Advertisements to be inserted 13 consecutive times, a Discount will bo allowed of 10 per cent; on twenty-six times, 20 per cent. Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 3b each. Advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged for, unless the number of insertions wanted be writ- ten plainly on the face of the advertise- ment. Orders to withdraw or alter ad- vertisements must be sent to the office» on or before Wednesday Evening. Agents : Adelaide ... Messrs. Byng & Lorraine. Southport ... Messrs. J.D.Miller & Co. "off j *.*?**""* Printed by George Thomson Clarkson for the* Northern Territory Newspaper and Telegraphic Agency Company, Limited.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times and Gazette — 10 July 1874

H Cure for All. OLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Wounds, and Ulcérations, of all kinds. There is no medicinal preparation which may be so thoroughly relied upon in the treatment of the above ailments as Hollo way's Ointment. Nothing can be more simple and safe than the manner in which it is applied, nothing more salutary than its action on the body, both locally and con- stitutionally. The ointment rubbed around the part affected enters tho pores as salt permeates meat. It quickly penetrates to the source of the evil, and drives it from the system. Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Golds, Coughs, Sore Throats, & Short- ness of Breath. Relaxed and congested throats, elongated uvula, ulcerated or targid tonsils, whooping cough, croup, asthma, wheezing from ac- cumulated mucous, and other difficulties of respiration, also palpitation, stitches, and shortness of breath, may, with certainty, be cured by rub bing this healing Ointment over the chest and back for at least half an h...

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