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THE SAME OLD LIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

THE SAME OLD LIES. There was a lar^e crowd at a mass meeting this afternoon. The Chairman stated that continued assurances of sympathy and sup port were being received from Croydon in the Korth to Melbourne in the South, and the Trades and Labor Council had at last resolved to give the strikers support. At the conference in Ballarat it had been resolved to support the Queensland strikers in fight ing to the bitter end with thfi last penny, and until they were in their coffins. Reference was made principally to reports of the outrages alleged to be committed by the shearers, which were designated as infamous lies circulated by the pastoralists' agents to injure the unions in the estimation of the public, and to the administration of justice in Barcaldine in connection with the trials of unionists for intimidation at Coreena and the navvies camp. The following resolu tions were carried unanimously:-"That this meeting of unionists expressing its disgust at the .false and mali cious sta...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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Matters at Barcaldine. BARCALDINE, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Matters at Harcaldinc. BABCAH>rarE, April 24. During the last two days there has been a tendency among several union men from the camp to remain in town drinking. These proceedings were previously stopped by the vigilance committee and the camp police, but they have lately stopped patroll ing the town, and the result is seen in drunken and disorderly scenes. This after noon a constable arrested one man for drunkenness, and immediately a crowd of about -200 men collected, and the constable had rather a rough time of it. Mr. Moody, the manager of the Q N. Bank, went to the assistance of the police, and sent for the military, and when they arrived the first pri soner was secured, and also another w>a.wt who was prominent in offering resistance. Thesetwo were brought to the lockup, followed; by the crowd, who groaned at the military. When the police had the prisoners inside. Inspector Douglas saw another man who had taken part in resisting the police, and he was quickly arrested. ...

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SAVED FROM MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

SJ.VBD FBOM MISEftY. "Mrs Fanny Dent, wife of a gentleman employed in the Sjambtoncolleries, kindly allows us to publish the following facts of her we ^IHbe glad to allow anyone to peruse who wishes to do «o. Hits Dent has been in a slate of extreme debility for twelve years, frequently quite unableto do any work, Hie lightest kind causing great fatigue, with severe painB in the limbs, back, andleffc side. | So severe was the pain that she would hare ! lo sit or lie down frequently. Walking exer cise was very trying andshe could only walk very slowly. She had long seen Clements' Tonic advertised, but like many more people, her husband was prejudiced against" patent medicines," but (now we use her own words) w I knew someone who had tried Clement's Tonic, and I decided to get a bottle on the quiet and say nothing about it if it did me no good. The effect I thought something wonder ful. I felt better after the first dose, and by the time I had taken half a bottle I was a different wom...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

I Commercial. Messrs. L. B. Beck and Co., stock and station agents, etc., report under date, 30th April : Stations.-We are again negotiating for a email run, and hope to report completion of sale in our nest. Delivery of email run sold close to the Towers is just about to commence. We have on hand a lot of nice properties about Charleville, Mitchell and Morven, and are in correspondence with a would-be buyer. Beyond these we hear of little movement. The very unsettled state of the country in the West is a serious bar to business of every kind pastoral. Fat Cattle.-Have not altered in value. Bullocks £3 10s to £3 15s, and a few picked lots of old heavy bullocks with fat hard on them have been sold througbf the week at £4. The Meat Extract Works at Alligator Creek, Townsville, have inspectors out. One passed through the Towers yesterday. Their price is not so good this year, but still affords a good outlet when butchers are over supplied. Store Cattle are hardening a little. It is not...

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HERBERTON MINING. (From the Advertiser). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

HjEBBEKTOK MOTINGv (From the Advertiser). At Muldiva, tliere is no change to report in the Company's mines. Ore of the usual quality is being raised from Paisley's shaft, the lode in which is looking as well as ever. A large consignment of machinery has landed at Port Douglas for the company, and by this tune next year the furnaces should be in blast The ore struck in the Muldiva Kb. 1 and the Muldiva Mo. 2 East is improving, and with smelting works close at hand the properties should become valuable. At the Tarlnbah Syndicate's property. the shaft is being sunk, and the ore is much the same as that first obtained, some of which went over I70ozs of silver to the ton. There is nothing fresh to report from Wandoo and Dargaiong. About Irvinebank mining matters are fairly brisk. Ore is being raised from the Vulcan in the usual quantity, and several other claims in the locality are also pro ducing. Should the present output of tin be maintained, Irvinebank will head the list this year as...

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BRILLIANT AND ST.GEORGE UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

BBILLIA3TT AND ST. CKEORGrE UNITED. Tlie following interesting particulars of the sinking of tins shaft have been kindly supplied. Messrs. Beifcli and Go., the con tractors, hare every reason to fed satisfied with the work they have accomplished: When the contractors commenced work in the bottom of J>he shaft on April 12th, 1890, the vertical depth was 45ft, the shaft being then full of water, which was pumped out "with a ISo. 3 pulsometer. The water being heavy the contractors decided to sink by ( hand until the water could be picked up by ' means of a tank in one compartment of the i timbering, and then pumped to the surface. Soring by rock drills commenced on May ! lOfeh, when 55ft additional had been sunk by hand drilling. On June 4th a water chamber of 63| cubic yards capacity was .commenced, capable of storing about 10,000 gallons of water, all water being conducted into this dam or chamber by means of cement guttering behind the timber. A Pear us Cameron pump of 2,000 gall...

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A VISIT TO CHINATOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

A VISIT TO CHI NATO WN. THROUGH Chinatown by lamp-light, or a trip with the Health Committee of the Charters Towers Municipal Council, through the haunts of the Heathen Chinee in G-ard's " Lane, was an interesting excursion made last ! night. Besides the Health Committee there were present Aldermen Dunsford and Kirk bride, Dr. Paoli, Government Medical Officer, Sub-Inspector Meldrum, Dr. Forbes, Mr.. Walker (Town Clerk), Mr. Carroll (Inspector of Nuisances), Mr. James, and representatives of the Mikee and Herald. The first house vieited was that kept by Ah Lin, and here we came upon the first batch of opium smokers. One almond-eyed son of Confucius went through the operation of kneeding the opium and then smoking it far the benefit of his visitors. Proceeding to the next shop, through which - we went to the wonderment of two Celes tials behind the counter, we came to a row of what might be called shan ties, each inhabited by from three to four Chinamen, some smoking their own narcot...

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The Troops at Hughenden. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

THEEB is nothing freak to? report -' in the - course of events. Things are now settling down into a state of militaiy precision, «ad. alarge qtiantity ofred tape is twining round generally. I was at Hu|$ienden Station to day, and saw the men whBWt0very shortly to proceed to Cambridge Downs as escort to the free laborers. They are in good ispiiatiB,; and axe ably officered by Lieutenant Gordon. The distance they will have to traverse is some 140 miles, and it is apt quite certain how they will proceed. It is highly pro bable that they will be mounted. Kowtliat the free laborers have got into quarters, and bought new clothing, they present a better appearance, and there can be no doubt that some of the men at least are thoroughly capable of doing what is required of them Hughenden Station Homestead is a snug looking residence, surrounded by quite a large collection of small houses, occupied by station hands. Water is very plentiful, and ' the grass most excellent. Indeed some of the f...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

.JDEPAjtTFRES. April 25-Lafla Bookh, schooner, Captain Lawson, for Orpheus Island. April 45-Leura, s, Captain Joy, for Coot town, via ports, carrying mails for Thursday Island and Gulf ports. Passengers: Mrs Williken ; Misses Williken, Geldart, and Wriggles; Captain Fowler, Lieut. Owen, Messrs Asliton, Williams, Harvey Causer, Severin, Martin, Petiigrew, Crogsdele, Dee, and 15 in the steerage. Wm, Howard 6mitli and Sons, Ltd, agents. April 27-Wodonga, s, Captain Lake, for South. Passengers-Mesdames Ridley and 1 family, O'Reilly, Morgan, Tuflley and infant, Blunden, Fenchu and child, Paradise, child and servant, O'Connor, Fuleher, Bishop Stanton; Messrs. v Bidley, Abraham, Hur wood, Mountain, Jones, Paradise, Bergin, Ken, Abbott, Clark, Herbert, Blunden. McNamee, Kell, Piceaday, <?mith, Williams, Brown, Drake, Ross, Cohen, Hamden, McLean, and 29 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd., agents. April 27.-B urdekiu, s, Captain Keir, for Port Douglas via ports. April 28.-...

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Shipping news [By POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

[by POST AJf» EUECTMC TELEGRAPH.] ABBIVAiS. April 24.-Leura, s, Captain Joy, from, southern ports. Passengers-Mesdames Gr. Lotlierington, two children and nurse, Clif ford, A, Salter aad child; Misses A. Duncan, Smith; Messrs Gr. Thompson, R. Steel, R. Bennett, R. Reynolds, J. Mackenzie, T. Bride, GL L. Harlan, H. Higgins, W. Causer, (Gr. K. Lotlierington, S. Gr. Elliott, T. Jillett, Curdie, and 26 in the steerage. Through passengers for Northern ports-MrsWilliken, Misses Williken, W. G-eldart, J. Wriggles ; Messrs H. E. Causer, 3. Harvey, H&user, L, Tevain, Martin, Pettigrew Crogsdele, W. D. Dee, Lieutenant C. E. Owes, and 14 in tlie steerage. Wm.. Howard Smith and Sons, Ltd, agents. April 25-Burdekin, s, Captain Keir, from Port Douglas, via ports, with 15 pas sengers. April 25-Gollan, s, Captain Heede, from Orpheus Island. April 25-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clarke, from Ga'rns, via ports. Passengers: Mrs Uicol; Miss Lenehan ; Messrs Daveney, Hoblin, Drake, Hand, Davidson, A...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

PROJECTED DEPASTURES. For Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports - Bareoo, Monday, 4th May. Warrego, Thursday, 7th May. Arainac, Monday, 11th May. Buninyong, Thursday, 14th May. Arawatta, Monday, 18th May. A-C.S.Jf. s.6., Thursday, 21et J£ay. Wodonga, Monday, 25th May. For Cooktown and intermediate ports Warrego, to-day. Saturday, May 2nd. Arainac, Wednesday, 6th May. Buninyong, Saturday, 9th May. Arawatta, Wednesday, 13th May. * A.U.S.N". 8.6., Saturday, 16th May. Wodonga, Wednesday, 20ih May. For Cairns, (xeraldton, Mouriljan, Cardwell, and Dungeness Palmer, Tuesday, 5th May, and thence weekly. For Fort Douglas, Cairns. Gerald ton, Mouiilyah, Cardwell, and Dunge ness Burdekin, Monday, 4th May, and thenee weekly. For Normanton, Thursday Island, &c. Wan-ego, to-morrow, Saturday, Mav 2nd. Buninyong, Saturday, 9th May. A.U.S.K". s.6., Saturday, 16th May. For liondoji Taroba, Tuesday, 19th May. Tara, Tuesday, 16th June. Merkara, Tuesday, 14th July. Jumna, Tuesday, 11th August....

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CONSERVATORY AND POT PLANTS [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

CONSERVATORY AND POT PLANTS YOUKG- plants that have been raised from seeds, or rooted from cuttings put in during the last few months, must lie potted out as fast as possible in order to establish them before winter comes, when it will be necessary to aid them by means of a hot bed. As the main point of success in growing pot plants depends on the material or compost used in Eotting, it is right to keep a good supply on and; in large gardens a bin each for sand, peat, black or chocolate soil, and very old cow manure should be ready for mixing in proper proportions, according to the require ments of each plant. When this is complete they should be removed to pots one size larger, as the object is to grow strong flower ing- plants rather than rauk leaves. Potting must not take place until the roots form a network around the ball, to be seen on turn ing the plant out of its pot. Liquid manure should not be given freely until the plants begin to show buds. Keep ornamental foliage plants...

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EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

EXPECTED ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports Warrego, to-day, ^Saturday, May 2nd. Arainac, Tuesday, 5th May. Buninyong, Saturday, 9th May. Arawatta, Tuesday, 12th May. A.U.S.M". s.s., Saturday, 16th May. Wodonga, Tuesday, 19th May. From Cairns, Greraldton, Mouriiyan, Card well, and Dungeness Palmer, to-day, Saturday, 2nd May, and thence weekly. From Port Douglas Cairns, Greraldton, Mouriiyan, Card well, and Dunge ness Burdekin, to-day, Saturday, 2nd May and thence weekly. From Cooktown and intermediate ports Bareoo, Sunday, 3rd May. Warrego, Wednesday, 6th May. Araniac. Sunday 10th May. Howard Buninyong, Wednesday, 13th May. Arawatta, Sunday, l7fch May. A.U.S.N. e.s, Wednesday, 20th May. Wodonga, Sunday, 24th May. From Normanton, Thursday Island, &c.-»? Warrego, Wednesday, 6th Mty. Buninyong, Wednesday, 13th May. A.U.S.Ji~. s.s,, Wednesday, 20th May. From London and intermediate ports Tara, Thursday, 21st May. Merkara, Thursday, 18th June. Jumna, Thursday,...

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An Irish Original. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

An Irish Original. * Well, Pat, how are your potatoes turning out this year ?' * IS ell. your Reverenee, about as bad as bad could be If you pat a Hieland piper playing hie pipes at wan good stalk, and walked rom that till you came to another good wan, you wouldn't hear bis musi . 1 k re's the truth for you, row. An' now, TCur Revere <-e and hour caa the landlord be expectin' rint su'h times as these ?' It's against nature. Bid I tell you what I eaid to the agent lately ?' * Ko' * Well, sure -enough, I went to the office such a day: and be the same token there was & bacon strike goin* on in the country at the same ti me, and I say s to the agent. * ir/says j I,' I have seven good store pigs in me yard, an' a lot of fine manure an1 Ive s<me of the finest hay in the parish, an' I want notliin* but a little tim?. £ can pay ye well5 says I, when I sell some of my little property.' "The devil a day/ says he, * Mr O* Mulligan' {savin* your Reverence's presenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

&MQMW f&mm, HAUiDRE8§ER, AND TAILOR MOSMAN ST., CHARTERS TOWERS. p E A !T E g 0OHEJT, Stock and iliarctiroker, 1CTXIXG- and GENERAL COMMISSION AGrENT, C B O ¥ D O F. Absentees' interests carefully protected. THE "NORTHERN MISER" DEFENCE FORCE FUND. FOR MEMBERS OF DEFENCE FORC«!. ON ACTIVE SERVICE. LIST OF CONTRIBUTIONS. NORTHERN Minek CO. Geo. Carey W. M. Mowbray F. W. Beattie W. H. Druex E. Lindsey... F. W. Norib R. Kirkbride W. P. Canny Geo. R. Gordon 8. FalSerton Ed. H. Ayton. Mars! and and Mainland J.MSUicau 3. 8, Henderson ... W. D. Gassy R. Biggs ... W- Bolliman Coane and Clarke... B. Craven ... F. Hoier... E. D. Miles T. Mills ... Hugh Mosman John Dean... T. Buckland M. Dee A. B. Bright R. Colling ... T- B. Bearap 4Gheo.ft.0gg J. P. NeJson E. H. T. Plant ... F. P. Parkinson ... David Eolletou ... Geo. Summers Total £ e d 5 5 0 5 5 0 2 2 a 52 10 0 1X0 2 2 0 20 O O 1 f2 1 1 1 30 0 0 5 5 0 1 1 10 10 1 1 2 2 2 2 50 0 25 0 5 5 10 0 o 20 0 0 5 0 5 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 ...

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The Labor Dispute. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] THE LATEST PARTICULARS. ADAVALE, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

[BY EEECTBIC XBEEGttftFJS.} LATEST PABTICUIjAM AD AVALE, April 29. ro union men ireK swom in ss t bles this morning, and have gone to They -were brought in nearly 100 es on foot, knee deep in mud, not having sn allowed to catch their horses. They .be that a. dozen others have been taken on Charleville on foot against their will, and it they would Return to work if they knew jy would be protected. Mews has been received from MHO and Welford Downs stations that all is quiet there, and no union men have been seen at those places since the arrival of the troops. Ajdavaie, April 30. Another man who was taken oat for cibly from Thylungra came in for protec tion to-day, and was sworn in as a special constable. Men coming in describe the very brutal treatment experienced by them at the lianas of mob visiting the stations. At -some places station hands not wishing to go to the union camp went away into the bush, but were tracked and made to walk to Ada vale, not being allowed to catch their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Balance Sheet, MILLS' DAY DAWN UNITED GOLD MINING COMPANY., LIMTIED. BALANCE SHEET FOB HALF TEAK ENDING HABCH 3 1ST, 1891. £ 8. <L To Nominal capital ac... 300,000 0 O " Contractde posit ac. ... 17 O O " Profit and Loss ac. ... 4,631 14 7 >304,648 14 7 £304.648 14 7 £ s, d. By Property ac. 200,491 11 1 " Uncalled Capital ac. 66,825 0 0 " Mine De velopment ae. 26,663 19 9 " Plant and Machinery ac 7,393 9 8 " Br'neli Rail way ac. ... 1,385 3 4 " 8hareg ae... 561 17 6 " Bank of Australasia 977 13 1 " Sfcoek Ac. Firewo'dac. 76 2 6 Timber ac. 85 0 O Stores ac- 155 17 8 " Lease ac. ... 13 O 0 " Manager, Petty Cash 20 0 0 s. -304,648 14 7 £304,648 14 7 Examined and found correct, 27th April, 1891. E. D. Bl 11 jEQ, Secretary. W. TILLEY, \ . R. WILLIAMS, ] Auditor8> MILLS' DAY DAWK UNITED &M. CO., LTD- PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 1891 March 31 £ b d £ e d To Gotd Account 24,305 5 10 Day Dawn Block & Wnd ham ... ... 170 3 2 24.475 9 0 1891 March 31 By Balance £ s...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

BOXING. F Joe Groddard seems likely to have ins li&uds full ?or a bit. First, lie lias his en gagement with Billy MeCarfcy, at Broken Hill. Then conies Ms match at Charters Towers. After this there seems a likelihood of Joe Me Auliffe coming over from America, the " Mission Boy" having expressed a desire to meet the Barrier champion. From a cablegram appearing below it will be seen that Peter Jackson has also intimatcdthat lie will be ready to meet G-oddard inSydney for a^ale of 5500 dollars, so that the*' Gentle ?Joe" seems likely to have plenty of wort to do. Should Lees, however, succeed in downing the Barrier man, the attention ef those lookingfor heavy-weight fighting, will foe turned more immediately to him, and : though lie has expressed a determination to leave for England, win or lose, he may perhaps be tempted, if a victor, to remain a little longer and partake of some # the purses which in that event are sure to be offered for him. W.D.H. Walker advertises that en...

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NORTH GREGORY TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. SECOND DAY. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WINTON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

NORTH GREGORY TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. SECOND DAY. Br ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (FROM OM OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WINTOS, April 30. Tlie following are tlie results: LADIES' MILE.-Sailor, 1; Jack2; Kelso,3 Good race. Won by a bare length. WELTEK HANDICAP.-Bedcross, 1; Glare, 2; Quicksand, 3- Won by half a length. SELLING STABLES.-Sailor, 1; Benjamin, 2; Maniae, 3. Wou easily. The winer was sold for £30. TURF CIA B HANDICAP.-Selim, X ; Re bellion, 2; Jack, 3. Seven starters. Jack led till entering the straight the last time* when Seliui and Rebellion drew up, and after a great race Selim won by half a length, Jack a length away third 5 time, 3min. 48sec6. * - HACK RACE.-Erin, 1. FAREWEM, HANDICAP. -Mariner, 19 Glare 2; Sailor, 3. Won by three quarters of a length. Magnificent race.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

FOOTBALL. Permission Iuls been obtained by foot ballers from, the Mayor, for the use of Lissnei* Park for practising purposes. This will be very handy, and will probably result in better rolls up for practice matches.

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