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THE WOOL MARKET. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE WOOL MARKET. I IfOVDON, July 14. i ine wool galea closed, to-jlay when j prices were firm at late rates. There [ was a large attendance and keen, com j petition. The Bradford market lias > assumed a better tone ; most inferior wools are at a low rate, bat for tops prices are unaltered except in special cases. GHOLERA. London, July 14. Cholera has appeared at Simbrisk. There have been riots ait Sarotov owing to the reports as to patient® being buried alive in quicklime. The station doctor's house and hospital were wrecked. The troops killed three rioters. At Madrid the Court has decided to proceed to Sebastian, fearing the cholera. Black cholera has appeared among the troops at St. Petersburg. The doctors declare it is Asiatic cholera, which is now raging in Paris. BANQUET TO MR. DIBBS. LoNDOS/July 14. The banquet tendered to Mr Dibbs last night by Lord Carringfcon, Sir Robert Herbert, and others, at the Criterion Hotel, was a great success. There were present the Agents-Gene ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THIJBSD1Y, July 14 The Brilliant and St. George United hag crushed 285 tons for 295oz. e-ince stone was first raised from the mine the Brilliant «nA St. George has obtained 2872oz {com 2816 tons. Yesterday's crushing sent shares from 7s9dto8s9d. The quantity of minerals shipped from Cairns during the xnon h of June, 1892, was as follows:—Tin ore, 53 tons 4c wt, valued at £3132 ; tin ingots, lOewfc, valued at £50 ^ silver ore, 45 tons 14ewt, valued at £2742. During tne quarter ended 30th June, 1892 Tin ore, 157 tons I3ewt, valuee at £9399; taw ingots, lOcwt. valued at £50; silver ore, 4& tons 14ewt, valued at £2742 ; total value of exports for the quarter, £12,191. Our Percy fcirer correspondent writes as fallows, under date July 7th:—"Just a pine to say that rumors of another extraordinaiy find on Johnson's claim are flying about, and will probably reach you, I have jusfc seen Johnson, who states that nothing further has turced up since my last, find authorised m& 1o...

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TROUBLE IN AFGHANISTAN. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

TROUBLE m AFGHANISTAN London, July 14. | The whole of Hie Hazaris tribe has joined the rebellion.

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SATURDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

SATURDAY, July 16, At the New Moonstone the shaft is now 4owa219ft, The ehaffc at the l ord Stanley Block is now down l_266b. In flie No. 2 level at the Band of Hope there is a reef about Bin thick. At the Dan O'Connell there is an improve-: ment, jnundic rep!acing the poorer etone. In the Freehold men are stoping on about IGin of 6tone. There are about 250 tonB of etoneontop. ■' : The only Item in tlie chare market of im- - . portanee is the improvement in Brilliant and : - St.XxeorgeTJnited. The Ife w Queen, a cable tells us. has der dared a dividend of 6d, equal to £4£®Q, which will bringthe dividends for the fort nigbt up to about £L5,O0d. Mr John Harvey t Secretary of the Yilgarn Miners' Union, telegraphed to ub last'evening from Southern Cross, West Australia, as fol lows " Warning to miners, reduction of V . wages here, anticipate » strike." Mr A. Feitins, mmretojy of the Anglo. Faxon ^ following telegram from the mine manager* Mr W. Johnson, on Thursday evening;—tf Within * ...

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TUESDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

TUESDAY, July 19. The shaft at the Victor a and QyeeniB] i J^the routh-east Brilliant- the shaft is j At the Ko lEast Sunburst there is fr.fan 1 . X to 3ft of etone. During the fortnight 44 ' tons of stone were raised, and there are 166 j "tohis ontop. ; j 'Thingsetillj-emainvery dull in the stock . soarket; the only lines in which there is any 4hing doing feeing XSo 7 If. F. Queens and Clark's Brilliant Worcester and fRdtoiy, The No7 Q.ueen crushing, it is eaid., is look ing particular y welL \ :''-';''\':^e..jp90)inng'sales were effected on the Charters Towers Stock Exchange yesterday: —-Jifoon Call: Clark's Brilliant, Worcester and Victory, 150 at 4s lid; Hidden Trea sure Kb. 1 South, 200 at 8|d, 100,100 at 8d; Kelly's Queen Block, 100 at 6s 4d, 109 at 6s 3£d, 100 at 6s 3d; Kew Grace Uarling, 100, 100,100, 100,100,100, 200, 403 at 6§d; No. 7 Uorth-eaet Queen, 20J, 50 at 24s Td, 150, 25 at 24s 8d; Queen Central, 100 at 3s ll£d; Victoria and Caledonia Block; contributing, 200,100,1...

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Australasia's Six Leading Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Australasia's Six Leading firoMfields. ■ Yield for six months euded June 30:— -Charters Towers Ballarat (includicg Creswick. Climes Jind Smeafcon); ... Bendigo Bockhampten... Gympie -Croydon Tons Oz. 89,041 — 116,347 36,831 — 39,432 — 16,676 — •Nearly half the gold is from alluvial mines.

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Queensland Goldflelds. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Queensland Goldflelds. The following are the yields of Queens land goldfields for tiie last six months, And' for thfi year ended - June 30th.:— Half-year. Year. tons oz. tons oz. Ch. Towers... 89041 116347 180699 235015 Bockhpt'n... 36831 62572 80105 129030 Gympie ... 39432 49018 75031 66644 Croydon ... 16676 30834 36488 65817 Etheridge ... 9470 12447 18827 .23729 Eidsvold ... 5422 6666 12414 12933 Barons wood 5603 4925 13757 11076* Palmer ... 3353 4931 7390 10161+ Gladstone ... 1523 1850 5781 5376+ Gavndah ... 1683 " 1617 -5049 ,4414 Clermont (alluvia!) — 1517 3389 Cloncurry... 389 822 517 1797|| 'I'lyR {Mackay) 1151 1126 1151 1126§ Bo wen (Nor manby) ... "Warwick ... i3tarcke (Cook town) allu vial - Uodgkinsoa 575 300 725 649 909 285 1668 285 567 739 965 773 610 579 212134 284099 450585 574327 j * Including 658oz alluvial. j + Including 235oz alluvial. j Including 982oz alluvial. j] Including 970dz alluvial. §. ' ncluding 267oz alluvial. Marvellous Bendigo has just completed a -ep...

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FATAL CATASTROPHE. LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

FATAL CATASTROPHE. London. jnlv 13. An excursion boatcapsized on liake Erie, U.S., 18 persons beiogdro wneeL

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MR. DIBBS. LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

MR. DIBB& London, July 13. The Turners' Company, of the City of London, in recognition of the administrative ability and statesman like qualities manifested by Mr, Dibbs, tendered the freedom of the Company on that gentleman to-day. There were numerous members of the company present. Mr. DibbB* speech dealt chiefly with the subject of de fence. On the question of colonial finances, he insisted that a syndicate would purchase New South Wales railways to-morrow, at the price of the colony's debt, if the New South Wales Government were willing. Mr. Dibbs was banqnetted at Edin burgh, and visited Dubb's engine works «t Glasgow. M. Pardon re cently informally suggested that it was likely Prance would cease to send recidivists in the course of a few years, and remove those already at 3few Caledonia, if England would allow France full control of the STew Hebrides. J&o suggestion was made as to the exchange of the islands.

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THE LAMBETH POISONING CASE. LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE IiAMBETH POISONING «3&J3E. ' .j london, jalv is: The coronor's enquiry Iisld on the liambeth poisoning case was concluded to day, whea the jury returned a verdict of wilful murderagainBt the American, Thomas JifeilL

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LABOR IN COUNCIL. LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

LABOR OT €0WeiL. j London, July 13. I Messrs Fitzgerald, M.L.A,, of Sydney, and Mr John Suras visit Pans ; and Berlin to discuss labor problems \ with labor deputies from the French ; , Chamber and Ghermao Beichstag. Mr Fitzgerald afterwards sails for Aus tralia in the Oruba.

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YET ANOTHER BALLOON SMASH. LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

balloon liostdos, July 13. 1 A balloon carryingthree people aseended at Havr**, bat is supposed to have deseeiided, ethptjr, it being die coveted thres days la'er covered with, snow. All the oeeupaats ares opposed to have peuthed.

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LONDON MINING NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) (BY CABLE.) LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

JjOBTDOIT iOSINf mws. (jkrom ptna cobbespohdkht) y (br cabee-) - ' • ' . j

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Our Weekly Croydon Letter. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) CROYDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

(fbqm oub, correspondent) ,1; cbo¥i»on, July 10. A be past week has been one more of horse- j this lias been the week of oar wou&l race meeting. N jtwitbstand -ing this, however, I have a few items of in terest for the week's letter, which are highly ? important features in themselves, and are likely toleadonto fresh discoveries. and also to give an extra fillip tothe mining industry ill various portions ofthefield. lhe first locality that I will bring under your notice is the Golden Gate, which, by the bye, sseois to turn oat a regular weekly par for my letters. Ibis time it is the striking of the reef further along the line. Ob Thursday the ^o. 10 Forth struck the reef, which has since proved to be 2ft thick at the least, as at the time of writing they are not yet through it. This proves the lode to exist from Charlie Basra's No, 1a. North tight away to the No. 10. The reef in Nos. 3 and 4 Tim also improved in size and quality since mv last. They finished putting down the ...

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Gold in the Clonecurry District. (Cloncurry, Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Crolil in the doiiciii'ry CGl'ineurrg Advocate,J It would almost seem, as if the black cloud which, like a dark funereal pall, has overhung the mining, interests of this district, was about to be lifted up, and Clonearry once more to take its place as one of the gold-prod ucing centres of the colony. Id addition to the very good pros pects which were foreshadowed in the description which we gave last week of the Leichhardt goldfield, we have, this week, the increased pie isure of recording the discovery of another rich deposit of gold. For some weeks past reports have been coming into town of good gold having been got at Nor man's gaily, about eight miles fr>in the gorge, in a shaft abandoned by Messrs Bell and Clunas. Very litt-e attention, however, was paid to the rumors until Friday last, when four applications for leases at that spot were lodged in the Warden's Office. As one of these applications was lodge! by Mr Burn*, the manager uf the Last Call Go id Mining Company, a ma...

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The Normanby Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

The Horaiaikby €U»ldficld. The following is Warden Myles' repon on tbe Jformanby foldfieid Mat the quarter ended Jiinfi 3®h 1892I iwive honor taM inform you. that sine - toy last quarter s report many email trial eru-hings bore come in from prospecting parties, some of which have been m<re ecratchings from the surface, and some from shafts Buufe to water leveL 'i he Mill returns annexed five the general result. The depression in the share market has seriously affected the companies on the Wel come Ine of reef. She Hiberaia h»s liquidated. as I am informed, being unable to collect the first call, and work was stop, ed when the shaft was sunk only half way. to , where it should have struck the reef. The Marquis, owing to eeareity of funds has not; yet restarted work, although the water is ■ light: machinery in excellent working order, j fljiii a good mundic reef. I le*rn was met in j the sink about a we~k before work stopped, j I understand the property is under offer for a...

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Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Latest Quotations. CHAETEE^S TO WEES STOCK EXC3ANGE. EVENING CALIi The following were the quotations at the Charters Towers Stock Exchange Inst night:—Alabama, contributing, b 2§d, s 4d ; paid up, b 5d; Brilliant and St. George United, contributing, b lis, s lis 3d ; Bril liant Extended, contributing, b lOd, e 10|d ; paid-up, b 3s 9|d, s 3s 101; Brilliant Free hold, contributing, b Is, s is 2d; .Clark's Brilliant Worcester and Victory, b 4s lid, s 5s Id ; Craven's Caledonia, s 5s; Day Pawn No, 3 West, e Is 5d; Day Dawn No. 4a West, s Is 61; ©ay Dawn School Reserve, contributing, b 2s 9d, s 3s ; Hidden Treasure No. 1 South, b 6jfd, s 9d; Identity, contribu ting, b 2s, s 2s l£d ; Kelly's Queen Block, b 6s 0|d,s6s2i ; Mills' United, b 2/s ; Mul diva contributing, b 3s 4£d, b Ss 5|d; New Hidden Treasure, b 5s 5d, e 5s 7d ; New Grace Darling, b 6|d, s 8d ; No. 6 Queen, b 4«; No. 7 N.E. Queen, b 25s 6J, s 26s; No. 2 S.E. Day Dawn, b lid, 8 Is Id ; Queen Central, b 3d lOd, e 4s; United Que...

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The Cook. (Cooktown Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

The Cook. fOoofct&wn Iiufependent.') The Palmer—(By our correspondent).—, Ab predicted in mj last communication, the black cloud th-t lias for eo long hung over thePalmer, isfast disappearing, «nd it as sumes at present a more lively aspect than it has done tof a considerable period. The Q. N. Bide has discharged its presumptuous mining manager, and placed in hie stead Mr Field, n gentleman with an excellent know ledge of gold mining, and who has held good positions in the sister colonies. The Xda claim company ie erediog n<-w pumping and winding plants, feut only four men are em ployed at present. The Just in Time and the Hit or Misa are fully manned. The bank has given up its No. 2 Q.ueen i ease, and a party has applied for It, eo before many months I anticipate tt at a large number of men will be emp'oyed upon it. The Cale donian party have all their top work com pleted, but are still going down with their shaft at a rapid ra'e, wtiieh astonishes the Palmeriies...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Xoye Sill Ell 1st, 1892. lO^OO Subscribers at 2s. Od.-£l25<l.—Lees 10 per cent. 170 Estra CaBh Prizes. Ereiy Investor p{Ss. has a chance »£ drawing ® Separate Prizes Begirter ell Letters, and enclose TWO Addressed Envelopes—one for reply and one for result elf p. Torn or X)e£aeed Tickets willtiotbe recognised BARNES AND SON, : * Tobacconists and Stationebs, Feteie's Bight and Bioma Steeet^ Brisbane. TO NOTHING 11 TO NOTHING!! \ WlNGr to the widespead interest always taken in the big Spring 'Events of the South tlie Proprietors of OF Have determined to offer a OF ;v For successfully picking the Treble CAULFIELD CUP, V.R.C. DERBY AND ,, MELBOURNE €UP5 filial respectively on October 15, November 1, and November 3, under thie •/ following conditions — (1.) No one connected with the North Queensland RegLsteb or Northern MfMEb newspapers to be allowed to compete. (2) The appended Conpon to fee cut out; and the names of the horses tipped, to be written opposite the races for whi...

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