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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 4 April 1890

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. garcli30-The s.s. Tsinan, {rom south-1 ern ports. Passengers : Mrs. G. Macfar- lane, Mrs. Messengar, Mr. Hendrie, and three others. 116 tons cargo.--Aplin, Brown & Co., agents. ', April 2-The s.s. Otway from western ports. Passengers : Ber. Father Duff, Messrs. Doherty, McConnell, Eade and six others. Imports : 25 sheep.-Kundle Bros, and Co., agents. SAILED. March 28-The Catterthun, for Hong- kong. Passengers: Mr. Farquharson and 30 Chinese. April 1-The s.s. Tsinan, for Hongkong. Export : Gold rained at £1,280. April 2-The s.s. Otway for western ports.. Passengers: J. ;M'Connell, D. J. I Doherty, and 6 others. 10 tons cargo for I Wyndham. MOVEMENTS. The s.s. Franklin left Fremantle on the 3rd for Port Darwin. 1 The Adelaide should) be leaving for the í Macarthur next week.

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Cazette. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1890. Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 4 April 1890

*nd Ntrtkern Territory Government Gazette. IBJDAY, APRIL 1, 1890. The political trio returned to town by train on Saturday last. Earnings of Palmerston Railway for week ended March 29th-£237. 30 Chinese left the country ? per s.s. Catterthun. The Wyndhamites have chosen July 10th and 11th as the dates for their forthcoming race meeting. Rainfall for week ended 9 am. April I 3rd-5-650in. For wet season up to I same date-59-520in. The friends of Mr. T. : O'Connor will I regret to learn that he is again in a very J bad state of health. It was deemed I advisable to remove him to the Hospital I and this was accordingly done on Tues day. I By the result of the Matterson am I McLean boatrace on Friday , the scullin' I championship is more than ever mixe j ap. McLean was generally consideró j to have no show whatever against th I trainer of the late champion, yet whe I they meet he wins by 200 yards in ver j poor time. It is understood that Kern I and Matterson are to row in the secon or th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 4 April 1890

£Fy OPEN again to RECEIVE STOCK for the season.' AU couch grass, secure fences, alum ¿ant water .and salt. Steers exchanged for old workers, jßjvery care j np responsibility, ^erms on application. 35-6m " g, & Schwofe, glacksinijih. i& ^¡fh£elyyTÍght, ^Tp^ELL-S^TBEET, PALJÍER^TÓN. ¿At rear pf jtundle !Bros.! Store.) .AKp Aisp AT -XT if I 0 N,- ' -fphire a Branch has just been opened. S. E. ß. begs to inform his customers and '¡the public ip. general that he is prepared tp*do nil description of Blacksmith and ^jjeehTpj[)it frork at RBASpKABLE RATES. AU ponnky prdeps entrusted to him wiU lip execute'd on the shortest nqtjce. fipOD W0BKMAN8HIP GUABICTEED. S, RANFORD, gtprekeeper, and ^orwarfling Agent, fiai cireEg, gp^s Received, Stored, and Forwarded Jo'piny part pf tfoo Northern Téfritpry for the general, . ' public. ©pders J3xepu$ed Promptly and with care fpr; general Stpres at Lowest;... Possible Rates, and Ppr warded to any portion qf the railway t .i: :iiine;Frèe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 4 April 1890

Post Office and Telegraph Department. Port Darwin, N.T., January ti, 1890. Time Table-Inland Mails. PALMERSTON AND PINE CHEEK;. (Twice per week by train.) Commencing on Saturday, January 18th, 1890. Pal'erston : Maii closes : Tuesday 7 » Friday] 78,ra' Howley Creek-Arr. : Tuesday) a 7-om Friday j *' Burrundie-Arr. : Tuesday \ « KR Friday j *»P-» PineCreck-Arr, Tuesday J3^pm EETÜEÍ. Pine Creek-Mail closes: Wed. 7 - Saturday j ' a,m Burrundie-Mail closes: Wed. ") 9.13 Saturday J a.m. Howley Ok-Mail closes: Wed. ~) 11.15 Salurdayj a.m. Palmerston-Arr.: Wednesday ^| - ^ Saturday j " ' ' BURRUNDIE AND KVELHEN. (Once per week by velnYle). Burrundie-Dep. : Saturday, ó a.m. Eveleen-Arr. : Saturday. 8 p.m. ll E T U lt N. Eveleen-Dep. : Tuesday, I a.tn. Burrundie-Arr.: Tuesday, 7 p.m. PINE CHEEK AND MAUI-E CREEK, VIA KATHERINE UIVER. (Once per week, by vehicle) Pino Creek-Dep.: Saturday, 3 a.m. katherine-Arr.: Sunday, uoon. Katherine- Dep.: Sunday, 1 p m. Maude Creek -Arr.: Sunday, 5 p.m. RET...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 4 April 1890

MINING NOTES. On Monday morning we received the following telegram from Pine Creek concerning the Company's crushing : " Result of crushing, 133oz from 95 I tons stone. A trial of 12 tons now going through ; will clean up on Wed- nesday.-A. G. D. BERESFORD." Subsequently we were informed that the stone yielded as follows : 85 tons taken from the stripping on the 'Enter- prise claim returned 98£oz ; and 10 tons taken from a 6 to 8 inch leader on the Sultana gave 34£oz, or nearly 3|oz per ton. As to the latter parcel, it was mentioned by our reporter last week that Mr. Gash considered it to be about 3oz stone. Alongside the leader is a mullocky reef 18 inches in width, and it was from this that the 12 tons were taken for trial. The manager has several tons broken down in the Enter- prise, but the rains are still interfering with operations there. Late yesterday, we were informed that 10 tons of the trial cleaned up for only an average of about 4dwts per ton. I By an error the yield of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 4 April 1890

TÖ THE ELECTORS OP THE District of the Northern territory -:o:-. VOTE FOR T. L. SOLOMON, The Independent and Outspoken Advocate "Who worked faithfully and earnestly to advance the interests of the Northern Territory for the past 17 years. T. L. Solomon Is in favour of Encouraging Mining hy 1ST-Abolition of duties on nil descriptions of mining and boring machinery, tools, and implements. 2ND-The carriage of mineral ores upon our lines of railway at nominal rates, - and also the carriage pf mining machinery at very much lower rates than those at present imposed. 3RD-Bonuses, for deep sinking, opening of roads to new mineral discoveries, prevention of dummy ism by enforcement of working clauses, and the establishment of a local office for the issue of raining titles, registration of transfers, &c., instead of the present cumbersome and dilatory system of their being dealt with in the Adelaide.office. 4TII-Miners Bights to be in force for 12 months from date of issue. 5TH-Genera...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 4 April 1890

Government Gazette, SALE or r PAST0RAUEA8ES. APRIL 30, 1890. NOSTHEBN TEBRITOEY. [Under Clauses 69 and 70 of the Northern Territory Crown Lands Consolidation Act, 1882.] Office'of Minister of Education, Adelaide, February 26th, 1890. LEASES for pastoral purposes of the i undermentioned Grown lands,.of which plans may be seen at the office of -' the Surveyor-General, at Adelaide, will be offered for sala by public auction, at j the. Land Office, Adelaide, on Wednes- day, April -30th, 1890, at ll o'clock o.m., under the provisions of clauses 69 and,70 of the Northern Territory .Crown; Lands Consolidation Act,. 1882,, and J regulations dated January 28th, 1885. Term' of lease-^Twenty-bne years from January lsit, 1890. Biddings to adrance at the rate of not less than 6d. each on the upset annual rent per .square mile. First year's rent to be paid at the fall of the hammer, together with a fee of £1 and: 10s,Aregistration for each lease... The followingconditions wilt be inserted; in the...

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It is Said [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

It is Said [By The Public] That the Railway Department have retrenched some of their staff of Euro- pean gangers. That the special train visitors last week were astounded at the flow of " language " possessed by the Adelaide River cockatoo. That the special cost Mr. Fowler over 11s per mile to the Union, besides the regular fares of all passengers, and that the Department are not likely to have many calls for special trains to Adelaide at that price, when the line is put through. That the visiting ladies at the late concert exhibited very half-hearted pleasure at the reception, and that the " chief engineer " should not go out of his way again to make things nice for unappreciative strangers. That last Friday was good Friday, but that next Friday, being election day, will be very much better. That Unionites were very slow in sending that Post Office petition of theirs to head quai ters. That the starters in the political race have only another week's agony to en- dure, and that bett...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

SADDLER AND HAHN ESS MAKER, KATHERINE itIVEH, N.T. A good and choice assortment ol Fancy Undies, Whips, Bits, Spurs, New & Second- hand Saddlery, ¿c., ALWAYS IN STOCK All descriptions of Saddler's Work faithfully performed at fair rates 26-15

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Indigo. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

Indigo. THE following particulars relating lo the ! growth and manufacture of the above product, taken from an edition of Chamber's Encyclopaedia, may prove of interest to those whose attention has been I aroused by recent references to the subject. The cultivation of the plant was long confined to India, where it was in use from I very remote ages. The product was first introduced to Europe by the Dutch about the middle of the sixteenth century, since which time its cultivation has extended to Egypt, the W est Indies Mexico, and Brazil. The plants generally belong to the genus IXDIGOFEUA, of winch there are at least 150 different known species. Of these I. TiNCTOBiA is the variety most generally cultivated in India, which is des- cribed as a half shrubby plant of from two to three feet high, with pinnate leaves, which have five or six pair of long-obovate (egg-shaped) dull blueish-green leaflets, and racemes of axillary pale red flowers. Bengal produces on an average about nine mil...

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Northern Territory Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

Northern Territory Racing Club. The annaal general meeting of mem- bers of the above club was held at the Club Hotel on the evening of Friday, the 4th instant. Although the date was badly chosen there was a very good attendance of sporting men, and close interest was attached to the proceedings. Mr. W. Lawrie was voted to the Chair. The Hon. Sec. explained the financial condition bf the Club to be healthy, showing a satisfactory credit balance of nearly £20 in bank. On the proposal of Mr. R. D. Beres- ford, seconded by Mr. Horsey it was resolved that the annual race meeting be held about the first week in August Three new members were'elected, j The following officers were then elected for the current year : President, Mr. V. V. Brown. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer: Mr. G. W. Mayhew. Committee : Messrs. J. J. Symes, J. Pickford, J. 0. Hillson, V. V. Brown, T. O'Connor, J. Keenan, R. D. Beres- ford, A. G. Beresford, S. T. Brown, W. Wedd, J. J. Lawrie, G. W. Mayhew, and Dr. O'Flaherty,...

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New Zealand. Wellington, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

New Zealand. Wellington, April 9. A Mormon Convention is now meeting in the town of Masterton. It was stated by one of the speakers that at the present time there are over three thousand Mormons in the colony. Dr. M'Leod, practising in Napier> lias just been arrested for a criminal assault committed at Woolahra, Sydney, over three years ago. The influenza epidemic is raging in this city, and is daily increasing.

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District Council of Palmerston. APRIL 8TH. 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

District Council of Palmerston. APRIL 8TH. 1890. Present : Crs. H. H. Adcock (Chair- man), T. H. Harwood, G. M'Keddie, and S. T. Brcwn. ! Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The Secretary of the K T. Racing Club (G. W. Mayhew) wrote asking upon what terms the Council would be prepared to grant the Club the use of the Hall for holding their meetings. Resolved that the use of the Town Hall be granted to the Race Club at a charge of 7s 6d per meeting. The opinion of the Council's Solicitor (J. J? Symes, Esq.,) with reference to the adoption of the Model By-laws (appearing in the Govt. GAZETTE of Jan. 17th, 1890,) or modifications thereof, by the Council was received, lt was resolved that the necessary steps be taken for the adoption of the said by-laws, so far as not to be repugnant to those already in force, and with such additional by-laws as may be considered necessary. Accounts amounting to £11 19s 3d ;were passed for payment.

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Queensland. Brisbane, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

Queensland. Brisbane, April 9. The highest flood ever experienced there has occurred at the town of St. George. Terrible destrnction of property has taken place throughout the district, and many of the resi- dents are stated to be in a famishing condition. The Government is tak- ing measures for their relief, aud large supplies of flour and other necessaries have been forwarded. Sparkes, a leading merchant here, has declared himself bankrupt. His liabilities amouub to £79,000. The Flying Scud, schooner, from Adelaide, has gone ashore near Townsville. The inquiry into the Quetta disaster is still proceeding. The nautical witnesses agree in testifying that the course steered by the vessel was the usual one.

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English & Foreign. London, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

English ft Foreign. London, April 9. The death is reported of the Mar- quis of Normanby. A large number of Russian stu- dents have been arrested for their discovered connection with another Nihilistic plot having for its object the death of the Czar. The Czar has been taken suddenly and seriously ill. It is rumoured that he has been poisoned. Stanley, the explorer, has left Egypt for Brussels. The betting on the Hon. J. White's horses for thecoming D¿rby remains unchanged. Carney, the Pacific slope pugilist, offers to box McAuliffe, who lately issued a challenge to the world, for £2000 a side.

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Tasmania, Hobart Town, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

Tasmania. Hobart Town, April 9. The Melbourne team was easily defeated by the local cricket repre- sentatives.

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Victoria. Melbourne, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

Victoria. Melbourne, April 9. The influenza epidemic continues rapidly increasing in the city and suburbs, but up to the present few of the cases have resulted fatally. The doctors are afraid' that the coming cool weather will further develop the disease. A great amount of interest was ex- cited here on Saturday last by a wrestling match, in the Graeco Roman style, between Professor Miller, and Ross, the champion all- round athlete from America. The match was for £400 aside, the best three falls out of five winning. Miller won. During the week a fire broke out in the Port Melbourne Railway Station, but was extinguished before much damage was inflicted. Strong suspicion is entertained that it was the work of an incendiary. Three dwelling houses in North Williamstown have also been burnt. The fire broke out during the night, ! and the inmates narrowly escaped suffocation, being rescned in a half stupefied condition from one of the upper windows. A large number of troops assem- bled fo...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

TO THE ELECTORS j OP THE District of the Northern Territory -:o: VOTE FOR Y. L. SOLOMON, The Independent and Outspoken Advocate Who worked faithfully and earnestly to advance the interests of the Northern Territory for the past 17 years. V. L. Solomon Is in favour of Encouraging Mining by 1ST-Abolition of duties on all descriptions of mining ,and boring machinery, tools, and implements. 2ND-The carriage of mineral ores upon our lines of railway at nominal rates, and also the carriage of mining machinery at very much lower rates than those at present imposed. 3RD-Bonuses for deep sinking, opening of roads to new mineral discoveries, prevention of dummyism by enforcement of working clauses, and the establishment of a local office for the issue of mining titles, registration of transfers, Sec., instead of the present cumbersome and dilatory system of their being dealt with in the Adelaide office. 4TH-Miners Bights to be in force for 12 months from date of issue. 5TH-General reform of t...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. Apnl io-The s.s. Tannadice tram southern ports. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Hillson, Mrs. Johnson and 2 children, Mr. Booty, Miss Bock, Mr. W. V. Brown. R. C. Cooper, F. Cock, G. Price, J. NiU, M. Hali, McBurn, W. Henry, no tons cargo.-V. V. Brown, agent. '

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. EBIDAY, APELL ll, 1890. Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

and Nerthern Territory Government Gazette. EBIDAY, APELL ll, 1890. On a separate sheet we publish a little supplement this week, containing a brief report of the Rev. Mr. Youngman's lecture, and also advertisements. Earnings of the Palmerston Railway for week ended April 5th-Ü379. The s.s. Adelaide was to leave for Borroloola at midnight last night. S.s. Tannadice arrived from southern ports yesterday with 15 passengers and HO tons cargo. She is to depart again, some time to day. Members of the Port Darwin Riffe Club are reminded that the season's target practice begins to morrow at the Butts. Amongst the passengers per s.s. Tannadice, which arrived here yester day were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Billson, Mr. W. V. Brown, of Aplin, Brown & Go., and Mrs. J. M. Johnston and two children. G. A. Murray, the colored party who won the Champion-Race and big handi cap at our New Year's meeting, has since been running at the Botany ground near Sydney, but so far he has failed to secure a hea...

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