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The Bun[?]berg Election. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BUNDABERG, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

Bunbabxrg, June 9. '. The Bundaberg election resulted as fol Great (eiciteirteot ' was much acrimony betweenlaie partisans of Mir Duffy aud Mi Curtis, which allowed Mr Hallto slipm. """ ; '.^"".esV ' * i ' -|?.: ? 11 ' ' ^.v' . J /laflber, Ty loilowibg we tfiSe polling:- / '. ' .; :* '.: s- sOe'ntrid Bundiabe!rg--^Hift!lI 16S, Dtiff| 1233, Curtis 120, Skyring 9- Bundaberg-H-ill 119, Daffy 41, Curte 24, Skyring 1. £outli Bundaberg-Hall 85, Duffy 38, Curtis 15, jBjiud&targ' --ilull -83..; Diiffj"40,..'Ouriij 10,. 4trri!ig 2 There wis a-scene of wil i excitement when llic^ resuil;, ««s taowii, and Mr. HaU Cheered frantically, while Mi*. Curtis wa? hooVdderisively uinid cries of*' Let <he tab) speak The rabor party, headed by ^eesrs. Hoolan and Casey, shouldered Mr. Hall, mud headed bjr a band paraded the main thorough fare. A huge procession paraded the streets to night. Mr. Curtis is roundly denounced for splitting the Grovernment vote.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

4 "i. - -K-.S ' .> .; ' W: .. -V'-" :; V":1''.'>.".. :..? v\,y'« .',v: =£ .vr;v.--v; %f i. . ?? i *3 '?' V j-7 -.i-^'l TO BE HELD ON TBSi Chaeteeb Towees Kai^eoouese THURSDAY. 28TH JULY. ?r: > FLYING HANDICAP. v:^Vy-'tV, ' ^ tV'-vl fv.". -, '?; ; ??0\i 4M-50 sotts. ; second horse jS,{^ f*»«n tiie-prize; 6 ftiiloiigs - n<9mi*ala^i^i M^.}|yi»^uii» 1|,80VD. . ' ... ??g| ' * -' * > '"' ^ " < I " ' ' ? > " ' " - " -"?? * ' " ' " " f £Y " ;' . V:-'-;/- v"K^:,-:7k: VAl;: Tv/";1 v-: Wv-1 '?? 'i ^ AW* ???- ,? ?' >?/?;? HACK RACE. . ? - - - -?? > Of 15 sovs-, second fiorse 3, sova. from ^he prize., for ail approved hacks which a£ the lame, of starting have not won a> prize of 'the value of 6 1 mile; catch weights; nomination lSs. f ^ ';-:*':"v- r- i:-/? 'v ,::"1 -.*?. :'.i-j' r?'' ' .'vV'." -V '."; ?>, >> ?; -A '?-- r ,'.>).'. .... 'v:^ > - .. ".' -V - - - ..V ... :; . I C .. ." ;.'.. ;V . . : 7 ? '? ' ?:.' v:- v ., ^ 0'.-? ; s;>...

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The Proposed Stock Tax. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

Tiie Proposed Stock Tux* TO TUB EDITGK. SIB,--Since the question of a tax upon stock has been raised, I think it tanas ! that all small cattle-owners should take step? to prevent being burdened with aheavy tax, fro <n which, in my humble opinion, they will derive no benefit at ail. There are many letters nponthe subject, both for and against it, bat let every individual interested care fully study the matter over, and see in what . way lie will be benefited by the rropoeedtax. Take for example a man with 1000 head of cattle, young and old, the tax upon them at sixpence per head amounts to £25 : he would have about fifty fat bullocks for sale, and would bave to drive them to the nearest freez ing establ ehment, which may be 100 mil eB oreo away. Then the manager of the establishment looks over them and says there ate three or four which he cannot take, as he only re quires c ftle that are Al, coneequ?nt"y he bias to drive the rejected ones back, or sell them to the local b...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

.firm mMm& The usual mom }&>;\flLad</' xbidfii lore ':^;'jiiB®fcE::0bB serrice; Millican Mr Brewer ".^pointed valuer at £100 per 'f ^uhoi^ Jod served his year. Mr Bar aett oontended the position of valuer .?I >was a temporary one. . Aid' Toll matured that' think. Abe, plterattond "were made "With. '; criminal intent; 3be would pnjy get cautioned " ifhe were tB.ken .-before <a magistrate. Thfc llBllcanfiaMMr.; -<v ^ser ia dui Council, was / given a monies - notice, Ik account of i retrenching ndfcice of, 5 motion byAld PaulX. He aiwwHut - matter be left, brer until next meeting. Aid l*aull seconded'tb£ motion. Aid Jolmson timught J& ^rewer^ ,. v_. said it waa. four months «inee £ action now. After farther discussi etafcing that the application for a deied of | A letter from the' 13ivisional Board eom < _ plained of theunsatirfiaetory condition of the j^y';^^^qll.asked that;the -J Barneli said.there was no d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

e more eommo is b> true friend to its -"oijFtec,and wgite its j?afeil^| and jt&e tagesaffowiedbjits _ .1^ \'3agbQ^B'' WINDMILL c^sfs iio more to .... o£ a^/mndmM iqafir besaid tobe practically theonly<^^; theexpetiseofmaiiteiiaiice beiag^ >. . ?? V. *pie;** JE^teC^"Mill ;.|&fee thoroughlyreUedupon, Itliajs nomechanlcal " notions^'but is as »simple as ABC, iswell made, and a perfect regfdator--that is, in storms it automatically puts itself out of workuntilthe violence of tke windabates, when it at once again automaticallygbesmtowork. The questionasto what sort and size of Pump to use with a Windmill m a matter to be determined in each ease by the, work : < jA-Jew^ h^aid side. We will enquirer either lefefj ^|so vsptt.send to any aMresis ..... "\vthe Mill and Pump, and startit working,, if . »« ...%*.«..« Stock all trasses ©£ Pumps, Centrifugals, Pulsometers, Direct-iaetion Steam, Kotary for hand or belt power, Ely-wheel Steam, Horse^ power...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

*E find that Residents of ToVras asadOutlying Dis tricts are rapidly prnsrong the fell mbytb tdiifch _ eleven ^ r ^ sent to aay poBt town ih the colony connected with Brisbane, by rail or steamer, or by both, at the mte of 6dl. forthe firstlb., ^ and 3cL \ for, each additionad lbMor part of a lb.vup tothe maximum weight (11 lb,); the postage on which is 3s. Goods weighing over 111b. can be divided into (wo or more parcels, so that any reasonable weight can be sent by this system. Of course, when there isanycon siderableweight, it willbe cheaper tp send themby the usual carrying '% 'v-" ': : "* ' i_7:V ' Iti addition to the above, email parcels limited to 16 oonces may be sent to eveiy part of the Colony at Id. for every 2 ounces or fraction of 2 onncee,OiIo\rBS, LACES, Ribboss, Smb - KERCHTEFS.AKDSmaLL WABES^of ?we a ;|^sn^i - all prices" a»d ^«ialit|e?, ihis post to?"f/-" , Under the parcel post article in oar establishmei through the post. A Lady's Gostume complete, Bonnet. Hat,.W...

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THIS WILL SETTLE THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

THIS *£=4>o&t ^e^vetk^isawhrd That s the \py certain people talk when they hear of anything unusual, or outside the limits of their own observation .or exjgerienee. Tli^areof thesort who Is^tigbed^'Sfepliejisori wlieja ne introduced th<£ railway .' lanilp; Mxirise . when lie said that; we could. commliipcate by means of eletricity. \ et theydon'tiaugh at those things now. Tliev make use of them, daily. months ago the case of Mrs Matj aecepfcedthe facts, as they had every reason. f4o ~5o. Others a very: few (professional men perhaps) piretehd^ to 4oubt, and sent emissaries , to enquire of ; t^P iariy 4ierself fl hether her allegations had not been, added to, ^alte^ed- for the sake'tit pop'ilaiefefctl 'Here her answer J Slie repeats what she at first said, and pute a quietus onallwho called, tier word- in question." _ jt will be observed that her stateineut is as plain and solemn at language eaa jriabit. ? ?????'? [coprj I, Mary Cuddy, of 38, Catherine Street,. B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

OPPOSITE CApOtlC CHURCH. GILL, STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS, 11 HAS 0PEH®» Where the following Remedies, which have h to toe tried with uufaiiing Buccsess for many yeare are This Mixture is guaranteed to tie the finest ever made for persons resident in Colds, Paiiis in the joints, leading'to Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Thirst, Loss Of full and heavy, Pains all over the body, &c., this Medicine is invaluable. A regulate the bowels, and give tone to the whole system. One trial of this Idyor 'mr« 11 f hit^d^ importance of keeping the liver in good order cannot be over-estimated. It is the the whole body. Nvtafaom aunt be effected «r«aipf»:sc»awlinb ma&erand abl the articles of food for assimilation. It produces the bile which is so necessary for digestion. H.,,' not be duly performed, mal-nutrition is thfi result, ».nrl ft... Wy<»fa.Tn ,, , degeneration, loss of sleep/sattow skin, foul breath, morbid feelings. &c >w grey nair, wnnlOed slu Our Kidney M...

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MR. DIBBS. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

J onbgn, Jane 10/ Mr. Dibbs, replying to a letter la* the J$Gonomist, declares there. Is no parallel between the Canadian and Australian borrowing. The former raises m ney for public works by means of rari>vay companies and pro- . vineial loans. Australia borrows almost solely, through the Gnovera ment. Mr. Dibbs promises to prove that the savings of the people of New South Wales, apart jjwrowin^ in England, are very substantial. de ferring to the assertion that New . South Wales has raised «£6,500,000 s^oe September, he y reminds the : Economist that dSl,500^000 has been applied to redemption, and the colony had not previously borrowed for a considerable period. Had New South .Wales expected the Baring Bros.' collapse they would have financed in advance, but thought it economical to complete public works then in progress. Mr Dibbs, in a letter to the Econo mist, states the assets i ^glesLastly exceed its liabilities. Mr Coghtatfs estimates ttf ^the value of the railways and unso...

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The Northern Local Authorities' Conference. MR W. M. BONAR, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

.*4, The Northern Local Authorities' Conference. MB W. M. BONAB, J.P. Mr W. M. Bonar hails from '. The Lard o' Cakes," and arrived in Queensland in 1867 wheu quite a lad. He started his mining career at Gympie in 1868, but did not stick longatit then, and for about five years after wards was engaged in other occupations. In 1873 attracted by the rerorts of the riches of- the North, he found his way to the Palmer, and dH a lot of work on the Palmer Hcdgkinsop, Etheridge, and Mulerave with out, however, any good luck. He wenc to Herberton within a month of two of its dig* covery early i i 1880. and after doing some prospecting accepted the position of mana " . ger.of the Great No thern tin mine at Her beitop,, which position he has held ever V/ifince. The Gretat Northern mine- it may be mentioned was the first lode tin nrne opened ,in Queensland, if nofc A ustralia, and so far it has "been aTong way the most productive, ~ having turned out about £200,003 woth of , x-. tin. It is inclu...

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REBELLION IN VENEZUELA. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

REBELLION M .. ' London, Jane 11. The rebellion in Venezuela is snc ceeding. ; . . .;. ^' . \' ?

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A BIG COMPANY. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

jJma COMPANY. Tke Jjaneaahire. Derbyshire and East Coast railway has baeii formed

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ITALIAN POLITICS. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

j JlMie IX). ! M. Grioletti, tbie Italian Premier, obtained a ^ cured a ptovisiotiai credit for bIx ; jmOnths. ^

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THE KANAKA QUESTION. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

THtr KifflJSKjl? ^UBSTIOir y Sir James Garriek has written to the Times. Hedenies thatQaeens land wilt allow the deportation of . natives from New Guinea, and sng-r geststhat thepowersof the High Com missioner ofthePacifie should be vest^m Fei^acLspn, so faras the Solo^ monsand Hebridesare concerned, and that tbeMerrie England should make : i , frequent visits to wa^ch recrnitang.

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THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

THE jpBESiPE^TIAIi ELECTION TBB LOSDPN, JUNE L.C1. Tlie voting of the Credential Com mitte gave President Harrisonaslight .majority. ,: Y..'v Thfii»v.#aB;^panjip.' at the Convention Hall, when some one cxtingj^ishtejithe electric Jight j 12,^OD people were present; and . therie was nearly a stampede. v The Convention adopted the : platr form prepiared iiy the Resolution Com mitte withontdebate. Id additionto the free sUver bpinage and protection plankSjtheConventionadvised the free admission of all articles which could not be ^^Sticed fp the States^except Ijixnries. IMie jOon^ntionaiso asserts that the - tairiff had reduced- the prices of - m^ftfactur^d articles,' and denomice the attempts of the Deoaocrats to destroy the tariff peieemealj ipstaocing their desire to i¥9aio?e Qr rednce - the. wool duties. - Event lially, if she remained protective, America would control the trade of the world. The .Convention " favoued retaining the Mercantile Marine, and the 'creation of an , .adequ...

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THE PORT DOUGLAS. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

THE PQE? DGtr£3I*£S>> ^ , 10 The French authorities refuse allow the wreck of the Port Douglas to be touched unless £3300 are paid for various expenses. The under writers have despatched the steamer JSelos to the scene of the wreck:

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A FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

. ?' -A FASraos&BbE MAfeRIAG:® Ii0!ro0:K5J^ ; '-'-V : ; The Earl of Huntington and Miss V >i ^M^aiid Wilson, daughter of Sir SamueJ r wpyfe married at St. Gheorge's, ^ere was a very attendance, iu . S< ^4^^ ciadpiigrtiier Dak© and Duchess oi

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ROYAL AMENITIES. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

ROYAL AMENITIES. 1 LONDON, June'll. The Prince of Wales has visited Prince Ferdinand, who lanched with the Lord Mayor of London.

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THE MINERS' CONGRESS. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

THE The Miners' Congress rejected tfce ^ motion fior eight &©nrs foe say£a«e ? miners, and passed an amendment ?' ;sti0iten^^;:tlie:p^ep.t hours. .. . The; <3oiigjness Reived to , prepare a grand international strike in the event of Parliament refasiijg to give ei^kt honrs to nadergroiind workers in three months. { ,

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CHAPTER VIII—AN ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

ALARM. On a certain sfcillj, clear, moonlight iai bang dri venawayfrotn the wide, wrhiie silent couutry. "^^edri^r; wasLord Musselburgh, and beseemed id high spirits, talking to bis com ' I am more pleasedthan I can m* you,' be : was , saving1. 'Quite ; a . triumph !' Why, yqiito^ «] dock takes to water. Of course there's something in having a responsive audience; and yon. can always get a noble band of patriots to cheeryonr proposal for a progressiveincome-tax, when not'one in fcen of t%em has any jjuifce so enthusiastic about your scheme of comppLlsorjinsurance; indeed thej seemed a- little.. disap of the Proletariat was playing- it a littlelowdown «a tkemj bat a heavily ! increasing income-ta£-oh, ves, that was splendid !r-tbdy >the ekilds caught at last, and ^ of a laid in wkiekthere inoi® rgcMciii?-3raiites or ^ perhaps not even water^ra^fe: rafiBS. Bat.; it was your confounded coolness that surprised me-no beating about the bush-walking straight into it-^-and without prepar...

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