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

<" - --? - - - I I Springvale Paddocks ARE OPEN again to RECEIVE STOCK for tho season. All couch grass, secure fences, abun- dant water and salt. Steers exchanged for old workers. Every care ; no responsibility. Terms on application. 25-6m H. E. Schunke, Blacksmith & Wheelwright, MlTCHELfc-STREET, PALMERSTON. (At rear of Ruadle Bros,' Store.) AND AtSO AT -UNIO N, Where a Branch has just been opened. H. 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. All country orders entrusted to him will be executed on the shortest notice. GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUABAUTEED. S. RANFORD, Storekeeper, and Pori PINE CREEK. Forwarding Agent. Goods Received, Stored, and Forwarded to any part of the Northern Territory for the general public. Orders ExecHted Promptly' and with . care for General Stores at Lowest Possible Rates, and Forwarded to any portion of the railway line Free of...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

MINING NOTES. From the Howley we hear that Mr. Knott is shifting his little crusher to the claim owned by Bischoff and party. The stone put through at Mr. Jensen's battery for Loo You yielded a remark- ably nice average. From the 160 tons they obtained a return of gold equal to loz 15dwts per ton. 560oz amalgam came from the cleaning up, which gave 280oz retorted gold. After finishing the Chinese stone the battery went on with stone from Mr. Jensen's own claim, but the roads being very bad for carting the battery was stopped for the time being. During this temporary stoppage some necessary re- pairs to portions of the machine are being executed at the Government workshop al the 2i mile. On unquestionable authority we learn that it is the intention of the Fort Darwin» Gold Mining Company to wind up its operations at the Howley at the end of the month. Since the mine con cerned was taken over by the Company it has not been worked to any great extent, perhaps because the owners very so...

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Telegraphic News, FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 11 April 1890

Telegraphic News, _-+ FROM OUR OWN CORRSPOXDENT. South Australia. Adelaide, April 9. Great interest is everywhere being taken in the elections, and the views of the different candidates. The Government policy is being mach criticised, especially with regard to their laud tax proposals, which is being made the chief subject for controversy throughout the colony. To-day fifty-five candidates are contesting eighteen seats ia East Adelaide, North Adelaide, West Torrens, Port Adelaide, |Burra, Mount Barker, Gladstone, Albert, and Wallaroo. The Good Friday and Easter holi- days passed off very successfully, the weather being all that could be desired until Monday night, when it commenced to raia. Various pro- grammes of entertainment were carried out at the different holiday resorts on Monday, and passed off without hitch or accident of any kind. Over twelve thousand people at- tended the race meeting at Onka- paringa, including H.E. the Gover- nor and lady. The racing was good, the major...

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

New South Wales. Syduey, April 9. Further heavy floods have oc- curred in different parts of the colony, with loss of life, many uar row escapes, and much destruction of property. At Walget the river is higher than was ever known, and there are only four houses in the town above water. Heavy rain is falling at Brewarrina, the river is rapidly rising, and a tre- mendous flood is expected by the in- habitants. The people are now erecting a dam with the object of protecting the town. The townspeople of Louth are taking a similar precaution. The Government aro granting money and sending boats for the relief of sufferers in*, the flooded districts. The captain of the steamer Birks- gate, just arrived from Fiji, reports the wreck of the recruiting schooner Eliza Mary, with the loss of fifty-two lives. f Three-nien-were drowned through the capsizing of a boat at Lake Bathurst on Sunday last. On Satnrday a similar casualty occurred on the Hunter Uiver, by which two men were drowned. Eddy, C...

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

Government Gazette, SALE or PASTORALLEASES. APRIL 30, 1890. NORTHERN TERRITORY. [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 undermentioned Crown lands, of J which pions may be seen at the office of the Surveyor-General, at Adelaide, will be offered for sale by public auction, at J the Land Office, Adelaide, on Wednes- day, April 30th, 1890, at ll o'clock a.m., under the provisions of clauses 69 and 70 of the Northern Territory Crown Lands Consolidation Act, 1882, and regulations dated January 28th, 1885. Term of lease-Twenty-one years from January 1st, 1890. Biddings to advance 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. registration for each lease. . The following conditions will be inserted in the leases:-...

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New Zealand. Wellington, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

New, Zealand.! .Wellington, April 17. The total revende from thé colony's ¡railways during last year amounted to ¿éM.ÓOO/éqñal to-3 per cenfr.on the cost of construction. The barque Emily, -bound .from The Bluff to Port Pirie, was wrecked in sight of Foveaux Straits. À heavy sea was running ; eight of the crew were drowned, and'the sur- vivors were terribly kuocked about. 1 A surplus. revenue of one hundred thousand pounds" is ' anticipated for this year. ; . . .. The N.Z. Medical Asssociation pronounce io favour of enforcing, the provisions 'of the Contagious Diseases Act in this colony. .. '\

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

MINING tfOTES. r\ News comes from Mt. Tolmer that Adaui Johns has 30 tons of dressed tin oxide ready for expbrty and expects to send away 100 tons before > the year is ended. , A: contract to cart tho' stuff to the Daly River landing has been let to J, Auld. : At Auld Bros.' claim, near Johns «ts Party's, they have five tons dressed for export, and their show continues to look yery/welLfnÜ-v" ' Vtfefg . ?: Tho logs - for. the. machinery found- ations' at Mt. Wells, and also the last batch of stampers to make up the 30 -head, are expected ' to be1 forwarded to Burrundie by this morning's train. -. .. , "... . 66^oz. gold,? in three, lots, was regis- tered at the Custom House for shipment tb. China by the s.s. Tannadice last week. '. ....... ''-- - Mr. W. V. Brown, of the firm of Aplin, Brown «fc.Co.¿ paid a. flying visit to the Union on Friday last, i returning on Saturday.* . He could have* had very little time tb look at the minés," but we hear that what he did see he was well p...

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The Northern Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. FRIDAY, APBIL 18, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

au. and Northern Territorv Government Gazette. íllIDAY, APBIL 18, 1890. WE, too, must unbosom ourselves of a little election address, and no time serves our purpose better than to-day. This, the 18th of April, 1890, is a day which is not likely to be forgotten in the historical annals of the Northern Terri- tory. We cannot tell how many years the settlers here have been agitating for separate and proper representation in Parliament ; but we do know that it is a question that has been argued from every standpoint during the last ten years. To us it always did seem ridiculous that a portion of a colony which had within its bounds 423,620 square miles of land, and had a popu- lation of several thousands scattered over it, should have no representatives of its own in the Legislature. It was more than ridiculous ; it was shameful and unjust. But today we have our wish. Government has consented to the de- mand for independent members, and to-day is the date appointed for testing the feeli...

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Climbing the Greasy Electoral Poll. "WHO'S WHICH?" [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

Clim bin« th«: Greasy Electoral Poll. " WHO'S WHICH 1" After a weary and troublesome climb . I am happy to make a full stop. My friends got there once every time, So you see I now roost at the top. There were those who refused to believe '. That I could reach the political goal ; But you cannot well help out perceive .' '? . That I'm quite at the top of the pol(l)e. Having gained my ambition's1 proud height I can laugh at my straggling foe ; ,:v . And I still can afford 'a big tear of condol- ence To drop on that dead bird below. rVeCgót » long'war yet tb climb, altho' I'm mighty weak : My wings are sore,, my Jegs are raw, bat 8tiinrVè got my beakF- . 1 hear there's, one. above me ; rather too far up to see- | It can surely be no other than the Hon'rable rmbound to state, I'm rather late; . I see I'm number three.1 My friends, it seems, were not the, gems ''That they were going to be. I spent my " tia " ; they raked it in : I rather think I'm hutted. I played it bold, but Fro been "...

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Queensland. Brisbane, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

Queensland. Brisbane, April 17> ""Thë*"gbld"yiéld-'oÎ-'l;ïïÎ8' colony for last quarter wis 127,217 ozs. f The Marine Board has decided that no blame is attachable to any phe; ^n r connection^ '. late Quetta disaster." "". ' . \

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Port Darwin Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

Port Darwin Rifle Club. The opening practice of the Port Darwin Rifle Club for the season took place on Saturday last at 200 : and 300 yards ranges, when 14 members were present Several improvements have been made for the comfort of riflemen, especially by providing substantial seats at the shelter sheds. To-morrow the Handicap will be competed for at 200 and 300 yards. > ^

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Victoria. Melbourne, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

: Tictoria. . ; Melbourne, April 17. . Án'olá miser named Duhy has been found ''dead vin ; 'his-tresid^ Essenden., The sum of £11 in cash,' and deposit receipts fcir six thousand, pounds were discovered sewn up in .hisclothea^/iv'.r'f-'; ""!;;'.'"'/"i.,-!'-;'.L'| ; " A; robbery: of. £4D0..;:worth ^of jewellery has taken place. at Menzie's fíbtél::u..Í': ', .'- ; ¡V; \ "'[ The. Yictoriani police, are demand-; ii^.anjnci«a^;''pf oûé'shilling per day, and the adoption of a ¡rule compelling r: retirement from the service at sixty yeara\of age:5"n The Presbperian-^iurch '. of 'this colony receives thé .handsome legacy of £150,000. under the will of the I late Mr. Thompson, of Keilambete. David Munro and ? Co.,, bf this city, ha vb filed their'schedule. The liabilities amouüt tb £218,000 ; assets, £377,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

TO THE ELECTORS OP TUE District of tb Northern Territory -:o: VOTE FOR V. 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. a PO a_r T. L. Solomon Is in favour of Encouraging Mining hy 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. 3ED-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 raining titles, registration of transfers, ¿c., instead of the present cumbersome and dilatory system of their being dealt with in the Adelaide office. 4TH-Miners Rights to be in force for 12 months from date of issue. 5TH-General reform...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

Notice. THE Public are cautioned agains negotiating an order, No. 7, draw on us, in favour of "WM. DDMPUY, for £6 17s. 8d., the sauie having been stolen. Payment stopped. 47-48 PHILIP R. ALLEN <fc CO. Thc giant drill at Coalville, Narracan Valley, Victoria, has reached the enormous depth of 3000 feet, the limit of thc machine's capability. The result of the bore has been by no means satisfactory. A 10-inch seam was pierced at a depth of 470 feet, a (¡in. seam a little deeper, and a 2-inch scam at 670 feet. Beyond that there have been no coal indications. The "Australian Trading Journal," pub- lished in London, strongly recommends Yilgarn, W .A., as being a field worthy the attention of English mining speculators.

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Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

Shipping. PORT DARWIN. ARRIVED. April 15-China Navigation Co.'s s.s. Chingtu, from Hongkong. For Port Darwin : Mr. E. L. Robinson and two Japanese, and 220 tons cargo.-Aplin, Brown and Co., agents. SAILED. April 17-China Navigation Co.'s s.s! Chingtu, for southern ports Passengers-Mrs. Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. Leathart and child, Mr. and Mrs. Barnfield, Rev. E. Youngman, Mrs. Youngman and family, Hon. J. L! Parsons, Messrs. Mellor, Carne, Ritchie, Pine, A. Ran- dell, Horsey, Brown, Pett and Capt. Marsh. Exports* Gold valued at about ¿800.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

" , I* -RE OPEN .again to RECEIVE i;...;-,'ÂU Much grass,' séçure fences, abun -^dant water and¡B¿\,t¿.' f .'. '.'. '^ .Sjt^rsexcduuige^^ workers.' ' _.?= |Svery care'j' hçs^|«^bility.' ? i ' .Terms on application.: ^ ^'v 25-(^m jJlacksnatli & ^leetyright,. : ! MlTCmijL-STBÏiET, PALMERSTON, .^(AtrearofRnndle Bros.', ¡Store:) , , .AHP ALSO AT -UN IO N, ^Yhere a Branch has just been opened. iii'- >'-?'¡ñ. /'.'V-- t'':;*i-V-¿'i'-\:s\w:,'<'r¡\ t*-, ; nuJJ; E: S- .begs ,tp inform .his customers and o, víT^he.public îri 'gèneraljbat he is prepared ... : to' do 'all' description ; of Blacksmith and ^heeljfni.ht work at ? . '' h..... -¡VY; . ,-^.'í ',>:':?>,-?. í/-iii.;iiiVi?/.- .. :IÍ'J3V---> j REASONABLE RATES. J» . .? .. ,? .>..- I- .- .. .... Ail country orders entrusted to lum wjll be executed'on tho shortest notice: - *V GOOD iWoWUIAKSHTP GUABAUTEED. :' ? S. RANFORD, * jStorekeeper, and ' ' ; :::" ' - . "Forwarding Agent, PINE CREEK. '¿foods Received,...

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English & Foreign. London, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

London, April 17. The Victorian loan i Of; four triilv lions is quoted at a premium. Rothschild's Lenora is the favour- ite for the Derby at 4 to 1. It is rumoured that the HOD. J. White's colts have greatly deterior- ated in form - through overtraining. They have gone back .considerably in the betting market, and thousands to fifty .are, now obtainable about them, y 5 } "J) f x_ f \ ? Slavin refuses to take up Kilraiu's I challenge to box all horners for the championship and a" stake of - five thousand dollars, an the ground that he does not care to meet a beaten. His ambition is to meet either Jack- son or, Sullivan arid win ithe: title! of world's champion. The Hon. White's Plutarch finishd last for the Rothschild Plate. . Great preparations are being mudé for,, welcoming¿ Stanley upon - his arrival in'London," Jdn" the' 2nd May next. After completing his book Stanley intends making an extended, lectur- ing tour. , He will visit Australia and New Zealand. ; y - . , The bitterness...

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The Sportsman. N.T. Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

N.T. Racing Club. - ' Minutes of Committee Meeting held at the Exchange Hotel-on Monday, 14th April. y Present : 'Messrs. J. J. Lawrie/ J. Keenan, V.. V. Brown (Chairman), E. V. V. Brown; J; j. Symes, VV. Wedd, S. T. Brown, arid the Secretary. '/Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Two new members were elected. Mr. Symes proposed, and Mr. S. T. Brown seconded/ that Mr. J. G. Knight be asked to, become Patron of thé Club for the'present year/; Carried. 1 -\ . Resolved; that the Secretary call for tenders for. Tattersall's Boom for the season, the committee to have the right to refuse all tenders if none satisfactory. Tenders to be in by Wednesday evening, April 23rd. . It was resolved that the arranging of programme stand over till the next meeting."'-" . -- ?- ? , "A considerable sensation was excited in Melbourne sporting circles lately by the sudden financial collapse of a very well-known backer and owner of horses, who disappeared from view. He is said to have had a l...

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New South Wales. Sydney, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

New South Wales. ;-;Syduej/. April 17, The floods á$ Bourke; Louth, and in other districts, coutiuue. The Gpvercmeiit is 'Tendering- every pos- sible assistance. tb : the people, in re: moving their,effects^to places, pf safety, ahdj in.: otherSways. Great distress his been tfccâàioned in many localities.j-'í jft^.';'± Lord andjIiady 'Carnpglfcoh have gone..on a-visit to Bourke. :. . Heavy losses of stock have been ¡occasioned by the' floods, arid the I destruction of property geiierally is unparalleled in the colony's history. Every man at Bourke "is hard at work on the embankment which is being erected for' the preservation of the towu, which woiild be des troyed if" the flood;waters rose le youd a certain point.v. I The first deposit has been made ia the |Stausbury - O'Connor sculliug match for £500 a side, which is fixed to come off' on the 23rd Jane next. It is now understood that the match will not carry with it ' the right to the championship ; the victor, ittftbè present mat...

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Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 18 April 1890

%Tl pit*. Mr. Franklin, the stationmaster, informs us that this morning's train will be delayed for half an hour in order that those who leave by it and are registered to vote at Palmerston may be able to record their vote before they go. The s.s. Adelaide left for Borroloola before daylight on Friday morning last. Mr. E. 0. Robinson returned per s.s. Ghiugtu. Earnings of Palmerston Railway foi week ended 12th April-£335. We are informed by Messrs. Rundle Bros. that the s.s. Franklin left Derby on Tuesday, and is therefore expected here about Sunday next. Eleven Chinese departed for the East per Tannadice and still the world goe round. A general meeting of shareholders in the Pine Creek Prospecting and Mining Company is called by advertisement for Friday Evening next, and there should be a full attendance on the occasion. The committee of the N.T. Racing Club, at their meeting on Monday night, allowed the fixing of programme for their next meeting to stand over until Wednesday night...

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