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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 6 June 1884

T. O'Connor, HEATED WATER ? ' AHO CORDIAL MAKUFACTÜBER, PALMERSTON. HOTEL. PROPRIETOR. Beal« of ChsWgts £ t. ct Board nd Accommodation per week . ... 8 IO 0 Board cady, per «eek... ... 2 0 0 ^Board and Accommodation, -" per day ... . 0-10 0 Meals . ... ... .... 0 3 ;0 Badi ... ... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Dinner or Tifln Parties in Private Apart. I menta by Speeial Arrangement. Saddle Hones and Boggies for Hire. Telegram! addressed ^PALMEBSTOW Cum j - Horst." will receive prompt attention. 1 Society. ESTABUBHKD 1849. Head Office-87 Pitt-Street, Sydney. Queensland Branch Office-130 Queen Street Brisbane. Queensland Board: Hon. JT. S. Tamer, H. 1+ 0. Chairman. Keaney Gannan, Esq., M. R. C. 8., j De¡raty-£haírnian Janies F. Garrick, Esq,, Q. OL, M. L. A. Ii A. Bernays, Esq., P. L. 8 , F. R. G. S. Hon: E. B. Forrest, Esq., M. L. C 50,000 Members. ,£900,000 Annual * "1 - Revenue. Invested Funds Exceed "BOUT Mil-] -liona) TkrM KundreAi Thonamnd Starlin*;. Last Tear of the Quinquenium. Policies e...

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SHIPPING. MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 6 June 1884

The s.s. Catterthun saüäffcp» SraW» on June 3rd bïm^fâ 't^SlF firony.Hongkong on Juné 5th.! ir Th* 8.8.' Nettles sailed from Sf Sim for Hongkong on June 2nd: ' ' /+/^ew?i!iL!,H0í 'Pfrttm^hounjeoit %^Sfti^N?|»?%f : un»': ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 6 June 1884

LIEBIG COMPANY S- EXTBACT OP MEAT. Finest and cheapest meat flavouring stock for soups, made dishes and sauces. Invaluable for the colonies on account of its keeping good in the hottest climates and for any length of time. Liebig Company's Extract of Meat: " Is a success and a boon for which nations should feel grateful."-See "Medical Press," "Lancet," "British Medical Journal," etc. CAUTION.-Genuine only with the fae« similie of Baron Liebig s Signature in 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 tried. To ba had of all storekeepers and dealers throughout the colonies. Lung's Extract of Meat Company limited, 43, Mark Lane, London, Eng- land. j GRIMAULT & CO., ! rHABMACKDTICAL CSSMIST8, Paris : 8, Bue Vivienne, 7, Paris. Diseases of the Chest Cured. GrimaultA Co.'s Syrun of Hypo-Phosphite . of Lime. r We invite all who are ailing from Diseases of the Chest to re...

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The North Australian. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 6 June 1884

IT ia our plfcnsihgaluty this week to be able to mfornr our readers that, the Nt&rti 'i:1Ki¡mfái^ has now B^mg aDle^ nialwjthis' announce ment wnen ^wi remember how, at the startwg of thjajoflfpaV our best friends djd -their brât, tg dishearten becoming an i^ni o^th^.rja^t within tja*? 05 mt^ai¡^f^^t]^ii^ vingt-and, \ wjtb innoçen^.^fded littleisugg^ajfa^ way (in their mincU)_ for. xinr decent burial. B^t we, baye withstood the. teys^and, wé think, ^çte^^biy alike io the» a way aa beat to benefit the public*, by whom it bas been most gener oastyifa^t^é^eV plaeati blunder a mm* m ^Wphm^m^^ opinions exprnas^^ {aykjipe.nt ^^i^ ^i^^ aiii^ in tention of kenning a Jteen, ey^ ajpon th« govetnni«fe(oJLl4ifaoonn¿ryjas it related to the^ponnlaoe generally, we J^VQ ftdbered. te?jthejpeaplotion with, ari independent ipirn. vhm^aéh been theiirmcapalmeart9,'or)Ww«iagjour existence Ito tíieupresént day. But, the field we launched into has not: in fact, it nas"Been too much the r&ér...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 6 June 1884

THE Storth Austral NEWSPAPER Is Printed every friday Evening, AT PALMERSTON, POBT DABWIN, S.A. ! and circulates at i ^Palmerston, Southport, Port Darwin Camp, Tf\rolye-Mile, 33ue Croon:, Tam Crook, ITnîon, Stable, Howley, and all 'other^centres of population in . - th© Northern Territory, besides ¿ /jiaviiig a "large" Intercolonial CJrcitfatÍQii, It Contains A bene report of all local events, weekly Telegrams, Shipping IntelUgeuee. Clippings from our latest hies, and a weekly supply of UPCOUNTRY MINING Axp GENERAL NEWS contributed by our- . Special Correspondent, N Owing to ita Great Circulation, A the NoaTfl AtnsHMv ia tl O . an Excédent Medium. S fox the use of all T R R ApvEansEm A * " L ?..> whether Colonial . I fi Intercolonial English, A or Foreign. Ñ V TEBHS or SonscBranoK i-r. £ s, d. Per Quarter... 6 Q - Per- Annuai (advance) I O ft " u {booked)... 1 Sj Q The above figures include postage to any part of Australia, bnt 5s. per annum is added for postage to. England or 'fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 6 June 1884

Ipi ^ms^'1^^ !" ¿Si tews ¡V !itt-¿.-¿mmtt i . Apples * ' ....ai^ -1 i.."-- Kdurr- .-.j : >Ü ».,ifeanges,^, ,, ¡«I ; tominongery Hi -; Potatoes A \ ? .r'(t^Sst^BWry ( v w - Cheese- . . .CanaTes.,. h i:- A ~ Bacon ^?j » »*$^«* ni u~ ¡ pi..**. j^i^vvoaiiUT. .* j * .* o^BlityVWML Wini». P$¿v. : r^oi^iofe .y ; ^^^ïîlfe *>*^> ¡ . gjj IS 33 X 3.fi ,0 8TÎ;J>Ig ¿ g«SIw| n^ TQ TT A «M01* IM»:*<«lQö-Ki j .avrA..iftT. y»<iv.fiTni-f ? , --- '?: j -^Ol*a 20H «Ä* £0Q¿8 Là OVÄH Uö r Î .cíllíT5íi:í\ÍO:í^ I ^ ' **3fc * AM.EN -k CO.,! .^ttit^ato T» !.,. ,RGY3tfaü8 C38M31J I " .EitonMunp rm«;>- <'î f> -TE;r v . i - " ?:'' 7 j /,Utf,45.t^ #fÄwff*^ ton.. j , îioïiqh&ibfciva ío ¿h^-u riT^.r'.V.,«*. 9 feet, at £27 per ton." ; i;;¡;.:*;£ TooBMSarte' Superfine flotir, at £16 per ton: - - ; 140 Cases8<mA^Attairalian¡Wines, sfM^varif^, | f Bnby Claxot, 15». «L j 60 cases Angaston Fronts in Syrnp. ^ft ¿J.JJ fl ^ ff ^ M ' * .Ir-ii.iHalf atono^...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 6 June 1884

DEATH.       DUNDEE.—On June 4th, on the Esplanade, of seline decay, an old and faithful ser- vant to the O. T. Department, much   respected by all who knew him. May he rest in peace. ? ? on the 4th.        

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Pure Irish Malt Whisky for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

Pure Irish Malt Wnisky for ^ ' . Australia.^ ; ' ¡ ^^w It is only a couple of months ago that the whole reading public of the United Kingdom wore'stag- gered by the complete and scorching exposures made1 in the LONDON THIES of the. fearful adulteration .and gJ sham manufacture of various whiskys, offered^for public consumption. It was conclusively -proved''-11 s that enormous quantities pf white or silent spirit td j K.i which flavoring matter had been added, had been, shipped from respectable warehouses in Glasgow: and London to Ireland, to be returned in bogusrtn; branded casks as pure old Irish malt whisky. It.,,, was demonstrated in a way which dared not be re-" " futed-in fact the LONDON TDIES gave the statement" ? its whole editorial weight-that the manufacture of ; ?,. pure whisky in Scotland had lamentably decreased, , * such profit being made by thc bogus operations, and ¡ it became a duty forced on the Government to : . ?? prosecute these manufacturers of Uquid ^poison. Th...

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Our Agricultural and Pestoral Implement Trade. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

Our Agricultural and P^toral - Implement Trade. . It mil largely interest the pastoral and agricul- : tural people of both Queensland and N. S. W. to learn that the enterprising and old-established colonial i linn of M'Lean, Brothers, and Bigg have opened an. / important central depot at Sydney, for their agri- cultural and pastoral implements. It is well known ?'?? ;J; that it is largely due to the enterprise of this firm ? ?,;j that the farming industry of both Victoria and South Australia made such steady progress during'. the last fifteen years, for this firm placed within j. i reach of every agriculturalist in the two colonies ,.. , every improved appliance of practical value intro-" '' 1 duced in England or America. Their show yards^. - ! and sheds at Melbourne are the rendezvous of both u,,j grazier and farmer, and the opening of the Sydney branch with the view to meet the Queensland and','Ji!j N. S.' W. trade is very satisfactory. Messrs. 5,{} M'Lean, Brothers, and Bigg were...

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THE WORLD'S FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

THE WORLD'S FACTS. There's a new Pope in Finland. 25,000 people are living, always afloat, on the Thames. Last year 108,000 emigrants left Ireland, 71,000 of them being single adults The States vere the great attraction. The Eepublic of Escuador has declared thc U.C. Church to be the Established Church of. the country. They all do it, you see ! A million persons were present last year at the band performances in Hyde and Victoria Parks, London, on Sunday afternoons. The British Government has 270,000 Martini-Henri rifles in reserve. The Home authori- ties refused to issue 200,000 rifles to the Volunteers. The relatives of people hilled in Agrarian outrages in Ireland since 1870, have received recom pence to the extent of £22,450, and relatives of people maimed, £20,185. The English Board of trade recently held an inquiry into the sinking of a coasting brig, the Kitty; and it was proved that she had been 118 years afloat, having been built at Whitehaven in 17(55. The Guadalope Missio...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

Sporting Mems. Scotland beat Wales iii the international football match. The price about Lesbia for the Randwick Birthday Cup was 5 to 1. Rumoured still that Trickett will settle in a Queensland coast town. There are fresh rumours of a dark 'un from the Clarence to meet Hanlan. Malua, top weight, won the £2000 Ade- laide Cup, thc favourite, Conjecture, being second. The Australian Eleven made np for their defeat by the Oxford team in their victory over Surrey. Beech's friends are backing out of the challenge to pull Hanlan for £1000 aside. The proposal now is £500. . There is absolute certainty almost of Hanlan's victory over Laycock. The affair will be an aquatic promenade. Hanlan has accepted Beach's challenge for £1,000 a-sidc and thc world's championship, on the Parramatta laver. Fred Archer rode the two principal win- ners at the Nottingham Meet, and afterwards pur- chased one of them, Lowland Duke for 840 guineas. The Australians fell down before the Ox- ford cricket team. Las...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

Political. Peel, the new Speaker of the House of Commons, is regarded as neither a physical nor a mental giant. The Marquis of Lorne favours the estab- lishment of provincial councils throughout Ireland rather than a central Parliament at Dublin. Luscombe, of the N.S.W. Political Be- form Association (2 J men), is contesting Northum- berland. The greatest cruelty that can be inflicted on him is to let him go to the poll. £40. Poole, a city member in the Sydney Assembly, claims that Metropolitan constituencies have more intelligence than those of the interior. How can this be-with Poole in Parliament? ; The division oin the Franchise Bill, in the House of Commons is remarkable as exhibiting the Liberal party recording a more solid vote than on any prominent question for many years past. Gladstone's speech on the Franchise Bill was the most powerful he has delivered since his famous.Disestablishment oration. The House of Commons was crowded, in anticipation of the treat. Mr. W. H.M'Cu...

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THE WEEK'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

THE WEEK'S EVENTS. À SupremeCourt decision has been given in Sydney, which concerns people who have money to leave, and people who expect to get it. A wealthy, miserly old fellow, .who lived outside Sydney,, feeling his end ap- proaching, made out his will in simple form, and took it to a friends house to be attested. The law of course is, that it must be at- tested by two witnesses, and on the day he called for the signature'of his twp friends one happened to be away. One signature how- ever was obtained, and next day the other was also duly appended, the first attesting witness being present when the second was obtained. The whole will, however, has been upset, because the law devi y states that the two witnesses must sign at the one time. The poor old miser's property, valued at nearly £50,000, now goes the wrong way. . ** .** ** The crown has once more been snatched from the grasp of Mr. Henniker Heaton, the distinguished Australian and diplomat, who is ever thirsting after sens...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. Â Liverpool draper named Manifold was committed for trial on April 4, on the charge of having bitten off a large portion of his wife's lower lip. The Boilermakers and Iron Shipbuilders' Society of England, have an accumulated fund of £108,545, with an additional reserve fund of £40,000. Great mass meetings in Wales are loudly calling for the disestablishment of the Church. The object is to aid the movement in this direction in the House of Commons. The American papers have got hold of a yarn that thé great tornado winch uprooted whole forests, " blew a baby several miles, depositing the infant in a barn quite un- injured." The editor of a comic paper at Madrid, j who recently published a caricature of King Alfonso, has been awarded the monstrous punishment of eight years' imprisonment. The only paper that could be published there in safety is the dead PUNCH of Sydney. Great artizan distress prevails on the Tyne. The Sunderland engineering trade ¡ is destroyed, the men...

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THE VITRIOL-THROWING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

THE VITRIOL-THROWING CASE. At Arklow, on April ll, the'thriller hear- ing of the charges arising out of the vitriol throwing case was resumed. The case against Mrs. Gyll, formerly Miss Tyndall, having been completed, she was committed for trial, bail being accepted. The summons by Mrs. Gyll against Mr. Toomey, solicitor, for indecent assault was then proceeded with. Mrs. Gyll deposed : I was married this day week. Mr. Toomey was solicitor for my father, and while he acted in that capacity I became acquainted with him. About July, 1882,1 went to Mr. Toomey's office to ask him a question about mortgage deeds he was drawing for my father. It was about three o'clock in the evening or later.. Mr. Toomey was notât home, andi waited." I was sitting in an arm chair at the2 fire- place when Mr. Toomey came in. He stuffed a handkerchief into my mouth so that I was not able to scream. As I was struggling there was a knock at the door.-. Mr.. Toomey released me instantly, and afterwards begged ...

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THINGS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

THINGS AND OTHERS. ' . A SPLENDID stock of Gentlemen's Boots - just arrived per s.s. Taiwan and now on view at Kilian's Boot Store-ADV. THE returns per escort this week are - tor Port Darwin, 373 oz., and for South- port, 290oz., making a total of 663oz. MB. MOFFIT, a gentleman intimately ' connected with tin mining, arrived by the steamship Taiwan on Sunday last, and starts upcountry in a few days to visit the various, mining centres, and also to look after an interest which, we understand, he has bought in one of the tin claims at Mount Wells. THE Hon. J. L. Parsons, accompanied by1 Messrs. Holtze, Biddles, and Brandt, proceeded to the Adelaide River on Monday morning early in the P. D. N. Go's, steamer Maggie, for the purpose, we presume, of making an inspection of the soil and general qualifications of the country on the banks of that river for - the growth of tropical agriculture. OK Wednesday last a rather novel game of cricket was played on the Palmerston Oval between, the fi...

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RUSSIA SEIZES MERV. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

RUSSIA SEIZES MERV. While England was engaged with Egypt, and France with Madagascar and Toiiquüi, Russia seized Merv. Here are opinions of the value of the place for war purposes: Iskandber Khan believes that in Russian hands Merv will regain her former splendor. He feels sure that the Moorgah river, Pend jdeh (a most fertile region) and Herat will eventually fall into the hands of Russia. Sir; Alexander Bums says-'Merv is so im- portant, connecting as it does, Bokhara, Khiva and Afghanistan, that it might, with judicious care, rapidly rise from its dust into wealth and consequence.' Gen. Abbott says-' Merv is the granary of a large por- tion of the hill, country of Herat, and the channel of commerce between that city and Khiva,-and between Bokhara, Herat and Meshed.' Capt. Terenieff says-' It is a splendid base for operations against India. This is the real importance of Merv. It is the central station, one of these natural positions like the Bosphorous or the Straits of Gibraltar...

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Telegraphic News. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) ADELAIDE. JUNE 13 [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

Telegraphic News. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) ADELAIDE. JUNE 13 A controversy has been going on between Messrs. Moule and Tennant (Members for Flinders) and the Northern Territory Beform Associ- ation concerning the petition sent from the Territory for the purpose of having Chinese restricted from the goldfields. The members con- sider it should have been presented through them, and not by the. Association itself. They are also not supporting it. The senior mem- ber (Moule) wrote to the Association on the matter a fortnight ago, but has received no answer yet. The Governor, in his opening speech on Thursday last, said noth- ing whatever about reducing tele- graphic charges, local land office, hastening surveys, abolishing gold duty and Chinese, or anything for tho future development of the Terri- ? tory ; but he spoke upon the advisa- bility of offering every inducement for horse-breeding. Bills are pro- mised to amend, the mining act, and also for the better administration of just...

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COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

CODTtTS. Full Jurisdiction, £400, is hold at Pal- merston, on Wednesday, as per following dates :-On September 5, October 3, November 7, December 5. Limited Jurisdiction, £20, will bc held on September 19, October 17, November 14, and Dflceniber 19. Licensing Bcncli, on Tuesday, Septem- ber ll, and December IL.

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LAW COURTS. SATURDAY, JUNE 7th. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884

LAW COURTS. SATURDAY, JUKE 7th. (Before T. K. Pater, Esq., S.M.) Ycroh and Boojang, Malay acamen on board thc "Flying Cloud," were charged on the information of Captain Marah with refusing duty. Thc S.M. offered them the-chance of going aboard and resuming work, but this they declined, and were sentenced to four weeks' imprisonment with hard labour. MONDAY, JUNE 9TH. Captain Sullivan appeared on a charge brought against him under thc Master and Servants Act by one Ahmet Jellcn, who claimed £13 4s. as wages due. After going through the cvidenec His Worship gave a verdict for £9 8s. Gd, including costs. On thc same doy over a dozen Chinese appeared on an information laid by Con- stable Smith, charging them with playing fantan. i Thc Court was crowded, and, after a ! good deal of evidence was taken it trans pired that three of the defendants were arrested by the police without a warrant, whereupon Mr. Pater dismissed the in- formation, stating that the whole of the proceedings were ill...

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