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THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

THE KHFIiE. It is rumored that a very popular brewer is about to give a fcrophyto be shot for by the G. T. Bifle Club and defence force, and Ihope he will adopt my suggestion about the quick firing. It would be a much more exciting contei>t than the usual steady-going hum drum etyle of shootiug, and much more use ful as a practice for men who may some day ' have to depend on the accuracy and rapidity of their fire to defend their hearths and homes. fBir xuflb HiHcnta.1 Monday's practice was not: very well -attended, as tJie cracks had evident! v ex pended all their surplus energy in the m&tcli on Saturday. W. Richards shot in some thing like bis old form, totalling 85. None of tlie others did anything worth recording, -although the day was fairy eood. I trust Brisbane will now "be put on her mettle, and send us a challenge. If the match come «ff it should be shot on tile same range, Mid for something substantial. The match with Bockhampton was shot off on Saturday at the ...

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The Labour Dispute. THE LATEST PARTICULARS [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] CLERMONT, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

The Labour* Dispute. ? ? . THE LATEST PARTICULARS [BY ELECTRIC TEWEGRAJPR.] FFBOUOUB OWK COBKE8PONDENT6-1 CLEEMOKT, February 26. TOLICE scouts were out round the union ists camps last night, and report uo move ment had token place. Hie authorities hare . arranged to keep an engine with steam up at the Railway Station in case of any emer gency that might spring up anywhere. A telegram from Springsure states that a batch of free laborers have gone to Arcturus | Downs, and were unmolested on the road. [ The Mounted Infantry are out training their L. horses to lead. | The pastoralists' executive state that the I report that additional free laborers are ; coming here is incorrect, as there is sufficient labor here, but the other men may be for ; the other districts. Majors Jackson and Ricardo are riding round the country to-day. Kb fresh development® are expected until the delegates arrive from Adelaide. Both sides are now doing their best to avoid any demon stration likely to «ause bad ...

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CRICKET. UNION C.C.v. QUEENTON C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

CRICKET. Usioy C.C. v, QruHNTOjir C.C. xne return rnatcli between the above clubs! was commenced yesterday afternoon, at the1 Athletic Beserve, Richmond Hill, and from j the present state of the game the Unions should have no difficulty in repeating the drubbing they gave the Queentonians in their opening match this season. T. Waters i beat W. Aspinail in the toss, and sent the Queentonians to the wicket, but the start was most disastrous for them, eight of their best I wickete falling for 18 runs. J. Hall and 8. I Harris, however, stopped the rut for a short I while, and the innings finally closed for 34. I J. Pryor and I. Floyd bowled throughout the innings, the former taking 4 wickets for j 12 rims, and the latter 5 for 20. Floyd is fast | making Ms way to the front as a bowler, and will run some of our players very closely for Hie honor ofrepresenting the Towers in their annual match at Vaster against Townsville. Hie Unions, like their opponents, also made a bad start-4 good wic...

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BOXING. SYDNEY, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

BOXING-. SFDXET, Febrmarr 22. The glove contest between Geo. Powell, of Brisbane, and Griffo, of Sydney, for the featherweight championship of the world, which was to hare taken place to-morrow night at the Sydney Club, has been post- - poned to Thursday, 12th March, owing to - Powell having a severe cold. Mr. H. D. Walker, who has lateK" opened boxing classes on the field, gave a really interesting entertainment on Thursday niglit. It is usual to associa te with boxing a good deal of rowdyism, and this is the reason that the sport is looked upon with such sinister* feelings by a large number of the public. Mr. Walker explained before the opening, scene that he wished the contests which were - to be fought out that night to be conducted in a manly spirit. The actors were then divided into light; middle and heavy weights, and the prizes consisted of three gold medals. The first bout was between Dan Hoolihan and T. Thompson, and was fast and furious, apparently too much so for Thompso...

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WONDERFUL GALLOP. ANOTHER RECORD FOR CARBINE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] FLEMINGTON, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

WONDERFUL GALLOP. ANOTHER RECORD FOR CARBIXE. (BY ELECTBIC TELEGBAPH.) £FBOM one ows cobbespokdekt.J FiiEMi>*GXOX, February 21. This morning Carbine and Megaphone executed a marvellous gallop of a imle and three - quarters, being accompanied by Tour billion in the last few furlongs. Their first mile was traversed in lmin 4Ssecs, the mile and a quarter in 2min 16^secs, once round the sand track in 2min SO^secs, and the mile and a half in 2min 43£sees, being the fastest time for the distance ever recorded at Fleniiugton, and the whole journey was/ done in 3min I2£sece, Megaphone shap ing brilliantly alongside his companion, who, however, did much the best gallop, being on the outside all the way, in holding the three-year old quite safe after a mile and a half had been covered. (BT CABLE.) AUCKLAND, February 20. The Dunedin Cup was won by Freedom, Occident being second, and Cruteh field third

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Mass Meeting in Lissner Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Mbvss Hefeifng ill Lissner A ytJMBER of trade unionists and others assembled on 6nuday afternoon in Lismer Park, at the meeting, convened by Ae local branch of the Australian I abor Federation, to consider the action of the Government in connection with the dispute between the pa&toralists and shearers. i Mr. Dawson, who occupied' the chair, said that they were present for the purpose' of considering one of the most serious events that had ever taken place in Queensland. They had met to bring pressure to bear upon Government to settle the dispute now raging atOlermont. . If that j j meeting and others elsewhere decided j ! against the shearers, the shearers would i j accept the verdict and retire- If it was against the squatters the Government should take steps to bring matters to a satisfactory conclusion. The situation at- Clermont was j very critical, and civil war, a most awful j calamity to any nation, was dangerously near j at hand. He hoped the meeting would fully ! r...

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THE BETTING MARKET. SYDNEY, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

THE BETTING MARKET. SYDNEY, February 24. For the Australian Cup Megaphone came into favor, and had a call in the he ting, when the price was 6 to 1 on the field. The other alterations in the Cup are 100 to 16 each against Greygown acd Correz*. Megaphone is being nibbled at for the Australian Cup; G to 1 is now offered on the field, but operations are stagnant. Maxboitrke, February 26, Business continues somewhat dull in con nection with the wagering for the Newmarket and Australian Cup, despite the near approach of the events. Bungebah remains a strong favorite for the Newmarket Handicap 5 to 1 still being accepted, while 9 to 2 is offered. Fernando has been well backed, and has advanced to 100 to 7 being taken, and is the best offer against him. Conceit has been liberally supported at 20 to 1, and Prattler has been tacked at 100 to 4. Pygmalion, Churchill, and Merriment were a'bo firm 100 to 7, Churchill having the call Bendigo and Ginger were enquired for at 100 to 4 and ICO to 5,...

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Suicide of a Constable. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Suicide of a Constable, {BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FEOM ONT OWK CORBESPOXDENTS.] BBISBAKE, Febru 1 \ RI X A tragic affair occurred last ulglit, when Mounted <3onstable John ston coBuniti«d^i@|&j shooting himself through It appeal's Johnstone ?pyed near Soma for some time down to Brisbane a few days the object of proceeding West to it of trouble between the peustoralists and shearers if necessary. Johnston slept at the Prince Alfred hotel, Cax ion street. Yesterday evening. the men were drilled as usu I on the grounds in front of the bawacie, About II o'clock lie went to his lodgings at the hotel and re tired to bed. ThiB morning one of bis com rades opening hi3 bedroom door was horrified to- find Johnston lying on tlie floor in s pool .of blopd willi a revolver da^ed'in his left hand. On examination it was found he bad eliot himseif through the mouth.- It is a carious fad: that .no oni in fchc hotel beard the report of iieanfif. Jolmstone was a singleman and of vei...

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Q.T.G. SUMMER MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

KJjECTIIIC TEI.E&KAPH.) US OWST COBRESPONDESTS.] Bbisbase, March 1. day's racing of the Q.T.C. Second took place on Saturday, f iras splendid and the racing aiteadaac« poor. The follow theresults:-: - TRIAL HANDICAP. l^pn'Biaiid ... ... ... 1 (T^wrnhill ! ... 2 ^/cSa^ias _ ... ... S lEigiit others started. Left on Hand got away and made every post a winning JSfc- If? vro.i from end to end. Time, .^ImuaL' 32| sees. secxixg PLATE. Woorowoolgin ... ... ... 1 Max 2 Miss IVewbold ... ... ... 3 Three others started. Won very easily in iintn J 7{-.«oes. EFSDLE RACE. . Slfersiiot ... ... ... 1 Lara ... ... ... ... 2 Phoenix ... ... ... w. 3 v Three others started. Silvershot won after, an exciting finish with Lara, and the rest straggling home in ^w»n 18sees. C'LATFUGIiD HANDICAP. i Elymas ... ... ... ... 1 Coroaeila... ... ... ... 2 1Magic ... ... ... ... -3 Blight others started. Elymas got well awav, and at the home turn shot out from the rest of the field and won easily from Cor...

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T.P.A. and M. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

*1\ 1?. Aw ttnal M. Association. THE- adjourned annual meeting of. the Tow-ers Pastoral, Agricultural and, Mining Association was lield ait the Secretary's (Mr> A. W. Wilson's) office last Wednesday, the chair being occupied by Mr. E. H. T. Plant. Tlie minutes - of the last- meeting were read and confirmed. - The report and balance sheet were adopted. The foraier stated that' it-was -decided to hold ashow last yeaa^ hut owing tobhe continuance of heavy rains at the beginning of the year, it wasfound com pulsory to postpone it; During the year meetings of subscribers were convened, and the feeling ofthe members taken on the mat ter of holding alternate stock shows here and at Townsville, and they were unanim ously in favor of the suggestion, and upon this being conveyed to the Townsville Asso ciation, they also agreed to fall in with it, and their committee generously offered the ? Towers Association the option of holding the first' show here. As the present rules were defective, ...

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V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Y.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETENX3L (BY ELECTRIC TELEGEIPE.) [FPOMI OUJTT OWN CORRESPONDENT.] February 23. The Autumn Meeting of the VJLT.C. was " opened at Caulileld on Saturday, when the , following events were decided: CRITERION STAKES.-8 Furlongs. Ayah ... ... (E fountain) 1 Bengal (Hales) 2 Cooja ... ... (A. Campbell) 3 UTine horses started. Won by four lengths, lengths between second and third horses. ^QXnie, Imin. 5secs, -==r-' HA3SDICAP HUEDtE 11 ACE. Sam .... ... (Davis) 1 Solomon ... (Young) 2 Ormonde ... (C. Filgate) 3 ^ Sam won by 12 lengths. Time, 3min 23£sees. OAKTiEIGH HANDICAP.-S| FUrloilgS. . - Wild Rose ... (Flood I , ? Epi ... ... (Power) 2 ' Kftdoo ... (Jamieson) 3 Offer, starters-Russley, Conrad, Paddy, Gladstone, Victor Hugo, Bothwell, Lord .{: Hopetoun, Carrington. Little Bob, Elsie, In vestigator, Steeltrap, Portland,Gringer, Spokes - to_, lady Carbine, Granite. jf-" Last' Tlose, Tom Boy; Lady Go-Ligktlv, Sadim, Elsworthy, Toastmjjgter, Stromboii, Coleep Bawn, Bandit, ...

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Dalrymple Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

flalryttiple Dhtsional Board. ? THE official declaration of the poll for the election of a member For No. 1 sub-division Dalrymple Divisional Bond, was made on. Tuesday, 24th Feb., at noon, at their offices, Gill-street, by Mr. Geo. Cavey, fie turning. Officer. The return of (be polling was as follows: Court House-Melvin, 495 ; Miseingham, 308; Plant, 515 ; informal, 16; tota', 1334. Millchester-Melvin, 42; Missinghum, 63 llant, 18^ informal, 4; total, 136. Black Jack-Melvin, 16 ; Missingliam, 10; Plant, 32; informal, 1; total, S9- SelHirfm Melvin, 7; Missinglxam, 18; Plant, 5; informal, 2; total, 32. duly elected. Mr. Plant gaMhe had mfamn^jiy thanked tlie ratepayers who voted for him die.otiwc day, and now he would do so fo He hoped his future actions would give th j no cause to regret their choice. , Mr. Melvin thanked those ratepayers who had voted for him. He was a labor candi , date and a poor man and he considered that the labor paity, in placing him where they had, on the po...

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A Madman Kills a Fellow Prisoner. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] MELBOURNE, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

A Hadman Kills a ITellow Prisoner* (BY EEECTEIC TE LEGEAPH.) [FEOM OUR OWS COKKESPOXDEXTS.] IIELBOUHXE, February 24. Cornelius Bourke and Charles Stewart, aged 69 and 29 respectively, arrived from. W arnambool on their way to Portland Gaol to serve a short term for vagrancy. Stewart was ill. The prisoners were placed in one cell so that Bourke might be able to attend to him. About half-past 11 o'clock the men were heard talking, and shortly after there was a great noise heard in t^e cell, Stewart calling out. A constable ran to tlie door and saw Stewart lying on the flo ?r, which was all covered with blood. The constable opened the dcor, when Bourke ru bed at him and tried to get him by the throat, but the con stable overpowe ed him atiid put him into a prira e cell in a straight waistcoat. Stewart was insens hie when picked up and died shortly afterwards.

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Cable Intelligence. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] LONDON, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

{FItGM OUR iOWX COEEESiPON3>E>'X-] XojntJQK, February 23. The manifesto of the Federated Unions charges the Shipowners' Federation Com mittee with misrepresentation and suppress ing facte, and thus procuring the issue of the manifesto on the 13th instant. Davitt duties the allegations made against the shipowners. The Federated Unions intend to indict the British Shipping Federation for illegal con- j spiracy because it is registered under the Joint {Stock Companies' Act, instead of under the Trades Union Act. The insurgents at Chilli captured Valdivia and Taica, and ace triumphant along the whole littoral. The archbishop of Montreal has conjured the catholics to remain faithful to tlie British Empire. A terrible explosion took place: in Spring Hill colliery in Nota Scotia prorince in the Dominion of Canada, causing the death of: ISO colliers. The 'Times urges the retirement of Justice Stephens on account of the senility; and eccentricity displayed by Mm in the Courts of Justic...

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A Judicial Separation. NO DIVORCE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

? .. «L ? .; --. .. ?' , ? A Judicial ieparation. NO DrVOBCE. (&r ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [froif ore ovrx cobbesponbekts.J ". SraKEr, February 25.. The action for divorce brought b? Mrs. McKae agaitsst her husband, the well-known MP. for Morpeth, was concluded yesterday. The evidence was of a startling and shocking character. The petitioner deposed when e'andin^ for Parliament in 1889, the re spondent asked her to rejoin hiip and help him in his elee ion, and promising to reform and be a better man If she would do so. She agreed to assist him, and as die knew many formers in thedigtrict> she worked for him successfully, and" he was consequently re turned. When she live? with him subse quently, however, she discovered some bottles of medicine of a, particular description, and then refused to continue her re lations with hip. Me gave certain photos of his to a. girl named Illma Vaughan. Fe on one occasion knocked her (the petitioner) down at the corner of" George and ITing str...

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Bishop Barlow's Nomination Vetoed. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Bishop Barlow's Stomfinitiioii 1 Vetoed, I (»Y SXECTKIC TBJLEGBAPH:.) [FROM: OUB OWK COBKBSPOKDEXT.] SFBKEY, February 22. The KaghtKev. lit. Stanton, Bishop elect, of Newcastle, preached in the morning and evening of yesterday in. the pro, cathedral. The Building was erowdedto the doors. The < bishop intimated that be had not yet settled as to whether he should become 1 «shop of ^Newcastle diocese or ndfc. A difficulty had arisen which might prevent him. The diffi culty was whether the nomination of the Iter. Canon Barlow as Bishop Stanton's successor in #ie Bishopric of Northern Queensland wouldbecarriedor not. .'.$3fc is stated that Canon Barlow's lamination has been vetoed try the m 4ti« grounds that lie has not passed through the university The matter is fto^ ^ahiejiuace..., I>r.15tanto| returns to Iforth Queenslandin a f^«b0

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 22; [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES. Stoney, February 22: 1 Joseph E. Bradley, the absconding manager of the Elizabeth-street branch of the English, Scottish, and Austalian Char tered Bank, is still at liberty. A reliable rumor states that Bradley, with some of itis confederates, has been carrying on a systematic scheme of roguery for the past seven years, misappropriating during that period an amount e&imat-'d at between £20,000' and £30,000. Bradley was trustee of some ground owned by a religious body, but he recently resigned his position. Up to the time of his flight he was a member of the local Tennis Club. Just before leaving he presented his playing suit to one of the members, saying that he would not require it where he was going, as tennis was not plpyed there, Bradley was a high liver, and kept his buggy, dog cart, and liveried coach men. The Rev. E. H Wright, late incumbent of the Mamckville Anglian Church, was ar rested at Newcastle last night on a charge of obtaining £5 by false pr...

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Artesian Water at Bowen Downs. A MILLION GALLONS A DAY. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BARCALDINE, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

lrte§ian Water at Boiven Domis. (BY EUSCISIC TEfcEG-BAPH.) [FAOM OTO OWir COBBESPONDEXT.j Bi&CAlDiNE, Februaiy 2i. Water has been struct on. Bo wen Downs in 25*». I bore at a depth of 976ft, and the flow is estimated at a million gallons daily.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

VICTORIA. Melbov&xe, February 23. Marbotliong, which lies between fleales ville and Mary valen has been thrown into a state of intense excitement by the news that a settler named William Davis and his wife have been murdered. Previous to last night they were quiet inoffensive people, who lived in a wayside house about three-quarters of a mile from Marbotliong Hotel The motive for the murder was evidently plunder, for though Davis was only a farm laborer it is generally supposed that during his 25 years' residence in the .place he saved a good sum of money and kept it all in' the cottage, where he lived. How the murder was com* mitfced is a mystery. The man was seen alive about a quarter to 10 on Friday night, when he was at the hotel, but was quite sober Wi« body was found on Saturday morning a»wnng the ferns, within six yards of the main road, It was stiff and cold. The head and face were battered and past all recognition, the throat was cut, and in fact the body could only...

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Supreme Court. IN CHAMBERS. (Before Mr. Acting Justice Mansfield.) (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] TOWNSVILLE, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Supreme Court. IN CHAMBERS. (Before Mr. Acting Justice Mansfield.) (by ELECTRIC teleghaph.) [FKOM OUE OW3f COBBESPOSDENTS.J TowxeviiXE, February 25. Legram> V. Dobson (Walsh and Co., gar nishees) adjourned from 11th inet. Mr. Leu appeared for the judgment creditor, Mr. Evans for the gainklim. By consent the hearing was adjourned to 4th March. Carnabyr.G-riffi.th, application for leave to sign final judgment. Mr. Leu for plain tiff, Mr. MOfotd for defendant. Leave viae granted to sign final judgment for amount endorsed on writ with interest and costs. John Arthur Reynolds, of Charters Towers, tailor, was adjudicated, insolvent. Mr. Mil ford appeared for petitioner. First meeting, Ilth March. Offiewl trustee to be trustee. Towssviiias, February 26. Special application, Raveiiswood Silver Mining Company v. King. Mr Leu, for the plaintiff company, applied for an order restraining Mrs Isabella King, as executrix for the J. E. King, deceased, from dealing with and disposing of, &am...

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