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LATEST NEWS BY THE MAIL. FEARFUL AND FATAL CYCLONES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
LATEST N EWS BY TH E MAI L. FEARFUL AND FATAL CYCLONES. The forth-eight'hours' cyclones which blew over parts of America about April 3, were fearfully disastrous. The aggregate damage to property is enormous, while thirty persons are believed to have been killed, and over one hundred injured. Whole forests are stated to have been uprooted. In Tennessee a train was blown from the line¿into a ditch, two [persons being killed. In Alabama a baby was carried several miles^by the force of the wind, but escaped unhurt.- [Lie.]
The Household. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
The Household. The object of ambition should be to have a happy home. Baw eggs, however made up, are very . easy of digestion, are very nourishing and are con- sequently of great benefit to invalids. Quinces possess rare qualities. Scalding . ; and soaking the dried fruit in water makes a good; substitute for tamarind water, i very acceptable, cooling acid drink. As a garnish for roast rib, or for pork chops, cut some tart apples in eighths, drop them, after peeling, into boiling lard ; when crisp on the outside remove them with a skimmer, drain them well, and send them to the table hot. To make quince marmalade, cook the fruit soft, crush to a pulpard, add sugar, as for pre- serves; then slowly cook to a thick paste, constantly stirring to prevent sticking or burning. One third sweet apples added, without more sugar, improves , . the quality for most people. A good cough medicine is made by boiling 2oz. of flax seed iu one quart of water, and then add 2oz. of rock candy to sweeten ...
A DOUBLE EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
A DOUBLE EXECUTION. Tlie two poachers, Innes and Vickers, who were convicted of the mnrder of two gamekeepers on the Roseberry estate, in Midlothian, in December last, were executed on Monday, March 80, in Calton Gaol, Edinburgh. The morning was bitterly cold, an east wind being accompanied by a frosty mist, which partially shrouded the gaol. When the black flag was hoisted at thirteen minutes minutes past eight it was calculated that about 5000 persons wit- nessed it from the surrounding eminences ; nothing could be seen from the outside except the wooden bunding which contained the scaffold. The chaplains were with the condemned men until eleven o'clock on Sunday night, and arrived early où Monday morning. At ten minutes before eight they were brought into the surgeon's room, where a short religious service was con- ducted. At its close, James Berry, of Bradford, the executioner, pinioned Vickers, and the assistant executioner, Richard Chester, also of Bradford, pinioned Innes. Th...
IMMORALITY IN HIGH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
niMOBALITY INVEIGH LIFE. Some years ago the Earl of Aylesford bad a suit with his Countess before the London Courts, in which he covenanted to allow her £500 ! a year on condition that she never molested him. This payment was recently stopped on the ground, ot 4 molestation,' as since the separation, the Countess had given birth to a ¡boy, of which the present Duke of Marlborough was the father ; that this boy was called Lord Guernsey, which was the courtesy title of the eldest sons of the Earls of Aylesford ; and that this had put the defendant to large expenses unsettling bis estate. It was shown in evidence that the Countess had most effectually deprived herself of -alljright, because it was a matter of public notoriety and scandal that she had lapsed into open adultery with the Duke of Marlborough, who had settled the sum of £10,000 upon her. The Court, however, decided that the Earl must pay the Countess the annuity.
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
Miscellaneous. Â man frozen to death on the Omeo ranges. Mrs. Langtry won't come to Australia for some time. Fifty-nine miles of Melbourne tramways will cost £927,60«. £12,000 was invested at Brisbane in the suburban land auctions on the 10th. Auother serious charge of assault ona female by three men is before the Sydney courts. The Duke of Buccluch is on her way from Plymouth to Brisbane with 600 immigrants. A two-year-old youngster recently strayed unmolested seven miles along the streets of Sydney. Three men were struck down, by light- ning at Cornwallis Quay, North Wales, recently, one being killed on the spot. - £21 or three months, was the punishment meeted out to a master who recently cruelly Hogged a Bandwick Asylum boy. The Dorunda owners have contracted with. the Queensland Freezing Company to take five cargoes of frozen beef and mutton to London. A man named Daly, who died under chloroform at the Sydney Eye Hospital, was an army deserter, and had the letter D branded deep...
The North Australian. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 13. TRADE AND LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
f|lt« s^tríti ^usfraltati. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 13. TRADE AND LABOUR. ls most European countries, cities, or towns in the universe the white man is respected and sought for, while the man of colour is almost completely ignored. The Northern Territoiy, however, is an exception to this rule, and the order is reversed, for we here encourage the sons and daughters of all nations except our own. It is no myth, but a solid .fact, seen and spoken of by everyone who comes here or passes thromgh. On this account we are gradually framing a name for ourselves and our country which will effectua»* aid in blasting and debarring the onward progress of the Territory generally. Changes of Ministries or Parliaments, or, nearer home, of Government Residents, seem to have no influence in working a change for the better. It is always tho same upshot-the European goes out to make room for the Chinese coolie ; if the white man does not leave before his yellow rival comes to the country, he is most assure...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
TOPICS OF THE DAY. A slight stir has occurred iu Sydney, from the announcement that the Bey. Mir. Jefferis has changed hi3 opinions in the matter of secular education. This gentleman was the most formidable opponent the late Dr. Vaughan had in his campaign for securing a measure bf State support lo Denomina- tional-schools. Mr. Jefferis now - says he gives, np his former convictions and sympa 868 with the movement for religious teaching, and Bible reading in the Public _ schools. : Mr. Jefferis has been much flattered by the prominence given in the Press to. the renunciation of bis opinions. The country really precious cares little whether he holds to or renounces thém. The ballot-box has pledged Parliament to the present secular system, and there is as much likelihood - of a change as there is of Mr. Jefferis being called to administer the Act. Far better that the State should know no religion.1 Christianity, if it still bas life, is safe with its own vitality.. .. I .r The proceed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
LIEBIG- COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. Fincst¡ and cheapest meat flavouring stock for soups, made dishes: and sauces. 1 Invaluable for the colonies on account of its .keeping good in the hottest climates; and for any length of time. - . r - Liebig Company's Extract of Meat: " Is : a success and a hoon for .which nations should feel grateful."-See "Medical Press," "Lancet," "British Medical Journal," etc. CAUTION.-Genuine only'with thefac similie of Baron LiebigV 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 be had of all storekeepers and dealers throughout the colonies. Licbig'si Extract of Meat Company limited,'''43, Mark Lane, London, Eng- land. . " ; ' . GEEVIATJLT & CO., - PHABMACEUXICAI. CHEMISTS, . : . - Paris.:. 8, Rue Vivienne, 7, Paris. - Diseases bf tte Chest Cured; Grimault & Có.'s Syrup bf Hypo-Phosphite ' . of Lime. ? "We i...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
Personal. 'The .oldest man in England is Mr. Edwyn Morgan, a coach-builder, residing at Wimbledon, who reached his 108th year on the 8th April last. Dr. Rosenberg, who recently killed Count Batthyany in a duel and was sentenced to two years'^imprisonment 3s:: to be -'released ?in three months.' J -Colonel Baker, while leading the Hussars in the Egyptian battle was shot in the face. A 4oz. buliet was so firmly embedded in the cheek bone that it had to be sawn out, an operation which Valentine undi rwent without the aid of chloroform The Prince of Wales rectntly, in reply to the son bf a poor woman heavily fined at Roche ford, England, for selling sweetmeats on Sunday, "expressed extreme regret that the law under which the prosecution was made had not been repealed." Chang the giant has the following for an ordinary lunch :-Four large plates of soup, forty three fried oysters, two rare tenderloin steaks, with nineteen baked potatoes and two dishes of stewed tomatoes ; a large roast ch...
An Important Note for Visitors to Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
An Important Note for Visitors to Sydney. There are thousands of people visiting the metropolis of Sydney who enter the city, knowing not a single place where they may go direct from train or steamer with the certainty of suitable hotel accommodation. Innumerable are the complaints in consequence, as gentleman visitors, and particularly ladies with children, are at thc mercy of porters and cabmen who, of course, arc tipped by certain hotel keepers to give them direction lo their houses heavy cost and unsuitable accommodation being the result. In this serious condition of affairs, thc suc- cess of the colossal family hotel established by Mr. J. Johnson, and known as the Sydney and Melbourne Palace Hotel and Cafe, is a matter for general con- gratulation. Thc grand structure which was erected by Mr. Johnson himself, at a cost of £40,000, is certainly the first place of its kind in all Australia. It embraces all the excellent features of the Coffee Palaces established in Melbourne and ...
Scientific. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
Scientific. --; The Przibrani Silver Mine iu Bohemia, is the deepest in the world, viz., H300ft. Immense üelds of dead fish have heen observed in Calcutta waters-probably caused by an earthquake at sea. Italian mortar obtains its -wonderful durability from the fact that the lime remains two years covered with water before it is used. The English road locomotive, for war pur purposes draws 40 tons weight bf guns, fully equipped. Its power is 150 tons, and its cost 15(1. per hour. A medical investigation in New York recently, proved that a whole family of children died from diphtheria, communicated one to the other by a doll. " * Diptheria is on the increase all over the world, mainly from the fact of physicians not re- cognising its wonderfully active self-propagating vitality. Small-pox at Hayti, has at last been mastered by science. Vaccination is at work. Pre- viously 5000 fell in three months, and 20,000 in six months. Becent observations prove that deafness often occurs from tar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
P. R. ALLEN & CO. IMPORTEES . AND General Storekeepers, HAYE JUST RECEIVED ^By Latest Steamers, - THE FOLLOWING GOODS ; Oaten Hay Tomato Sauce Maize Tinned bruits Bran Tea in Half-Chests Apples Flour Lemons Drugs Oranges Ironmongery Potatoes Confectionery Onions Clay Pipes Butter Tobacco Cheese Candles Bacon ; Pickles Honey . Bitters Jams ^ Hardy's S.A. Wines &o. . &ó, &c. ALSO A URGE STOCK OF Drapery, and Gents' Summer Clothing XV AU PATTEKVS, HATS. HATS. HATS, P. R. ALLEN & CO., PALMERSTON & SOUTHPORT, FREDK. GRIFFITHS, Hardware Merchant N AND T GENERAL IMPORTER, Port Darwin & The Reefs. The followingGoods must be SOLD FOR CASH to make room for fresh goods arriving Ex S.S. Woosung. . 45 Cases Galvanised Iron, 26g., 5 to 8 feet, at £26 per ton, 9 feet, at £27 per ton, 5 fons Harts' Superfine flour, at £16 per ton. 140 Cases South Australian Wines, specially selected« vi«. AULDANA WINKS-Pints, Per Dozen : R0l«ltnc^8«, Od., Auld...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
THE, ITortîi Australian NEWSPAPER Is Printed every IViclay Evenings AT PALMERSTON, POET DARWIN, S.A. and circulates afc Palmerston, Southport, Port DarwinCamp, Twelve-Mile, Pine Creel, Yam Creel:, TJnion, Shackle, Biovley, and all other centres of population in the-- 'Northern Territory, besides having- a large Intercolonial Circulation. - Ifc Contains . A true Tcpört of all local events, weekly Telegrams^ Shipping Intelligence,. Clippings from our latest files, . and a weekly supply of . - UPCOUNTRY ; MINING ASD GENERAL NEWS contributed hy our . - Special Correspondent.. N ^Owing to its Great Circulation, A the NORTH AUSTRALIAN is U O an-Excellent Medium. S : for thc- use of all' T R ' R > . V ADYEETISERS, A T" L . ".-.. whether Colonial I H: ¡ . s Intercolonial;English),' A r ; -.. or Foreign,. N £ s. A. . Per Qnarlcr.:. ... ... 6' 0 . Per Annum (advance) 1 0- 0 . " " (booked).,. .1 5 0 Thc above figures include postage to any part oE Australia, but os. per annum is added for ....
Woman Items. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 13 June 1884
Woman Items. À pleasant reflection is a pretty girl's face1 in a glass. , A wedding trousseau often leads to a . matrimonial suit. If a Mormon with six wives buries one, is he a widower-if so, how much ? When an old man marries a young girl, there always are two fools to the contract. Fashion goes so now that a woman may : be a vest-hand though she doesn't seams sew. The Duchess of: Albany comes into an annuity of £6000 for life through the death of the Prince. : A little girl who had been dissecting her doll said Adam may have been made of dust but : Eve was certainly made of saw-dust. : : Mrs. Brown: " And so your husband lost his leg. Isn't it awful ? "-Wife : " You may well say it. And it was only last week that he bought a new pair of bootä-A pair, Mrs. Brown." . One of the first duties of a woman is to always look as pretty as possible. It goes without saying that wives, mothers, maidens shall be gouti- , tempered, skilled in housewifery, rue-hearted, and kindly-tempered. A da...
LATEST NEWS BY THE MAIL. 15 LIVES LOST BY SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
LATEST NEWS BY THE MAIL 15 LITES LOST BY SHIPWRECK. Intelligence has been received from What say Maud, Shetlands,-of a terrible shipping disaster which occurred during the gale on April 1. The Danish barque, Ulba, from Copenhagen, struck on the south-east side of the island, and soon became a total wreck. Fifteen of the nineteen souls on board perished. The mate, a seaman, and two passengers were saved. The vessel was bound for Davis's Straits.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
GBIMAULT & CO., Î : j ' ' PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, ...... Paris : 8, Rue Vivienne; 7, Paris. Diseases of the Chest Cured. Grimault & Co.'s Syruu of Hypo-Phosphite pf Lime. ' T Wc invite all who aré ailing from Diseases of the Chest to resort to Grimault and Co.'s Syrup of Hypophos phite of Lime as the only one yielding i unfailing results in the treatment of Phthisis, Pulraonalis, Asthma, Bronchitis, and various kinds of Coughs. Grimault's Syrup of Hppo-phosphite of Lune is of a Rose Colour, is delivered in flat oval bottlesand never in quadrangular bottles. Call expressly for said bottle, bearing the signature Grimault and Co. Grimault & Co.'s _ Matico Capsules and j Injection. Renowned Physicians prescribe Grim- ault's Manico as the ' most active and at the sante time the most inoffensive remedy in the treatment of acute and chronic Diseases. It has not, like Copaiba, the inconvenience of giving Nauseas. Dusart's Syrup of Lacto-Phosphate of Lime. Tonic, Rec...
LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF 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 d boon for which nations should feel grateful."-See "Modical Press," "Lancet," "British Medical Journal," etc. : : \ CAUTION.-Genuine only with the fac similie of Baron Liebig's Signature in Blue Ink across the Label. "Consumption in England increased tenfold in ten years." j Liebig Company's Extract of Meat is invariably adopted when once fairly tried. To b« had of all ' storekeepers and dealers throughout the colonies. - ' ;i Liebig's Extract of Meat Company Limited, 43, Mark Lane, London, Eng- land.- :.. . .
COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 20 June 1884
COURTS. Pull 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» November Ii, and D«cember 19. Licensing 3cnch, on Tuesday, Septem- ber ll, and December ll..