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LIGHT-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA. DAWSON v. MACE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN COBEESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

LIGHT-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA. DAWSON v. MACE. (B7 ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [¥kom OUR OWN COBEESPONDENT.] Sxdstey. Anrii 29. A large amount of interest was taken in the glove contest last night for the light weight championship of Australia and a purse of I50sov, at the Sydney Amateur Gymnastic Club, between George Dawson and "Dummy " Mace. Dawson was a very warm favorite. Owing to Mace's affliction, special arrangements were made to signal Tiim when time was called. He is a short built fellow^ but very powerful and vicious, and has a heavy right hand. He went in to force matters at the start, and tried to corner Dawson, who. how ever slipped cleverly away, and was evidently playing a waiting game. When they got to close quarters Dawson had all the best of it, but Mace showed great cunn ing, a i l kept boring in and hugging, thus escaping a lot of punishment. In the third i round Mace swung his right with terrific effect, and got home a smasher on the jaw, Dawson dropping as if...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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AQUATICS. CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. STANSBURY WESTS AS HE LIKES. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

AQUATICS. CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WOBLD. STARTS BURY WESTS AS HE LIKES. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT-! SYDNEY, April 27. Tliere were rumors this morning to the effect that Stansbury, tine Shoalhaven sculler; had broken down. The case, how ever, is not so bad as that, but unfortunately he caught a severe cold, which will seriously jeopardise his chance in to-morrow's race for the sculling championship of the world. Both Mliean and Stansbury were on the river this morning, but the water was ex tremely lumpy. SnwfKY, April 28. The race for the sculling championship of the world and £200 a side, between J. McLean and «T. Stansbury, was rowed to-day on the Parramatta River. The morning wee very dull, and heavy rain fell up t© about 11 o'clock, when it cleared, and the weather kept fine, although it was very threatening. Stansbury had very bad luck, for on Friday he caught cold; theu again, the boat tliat lie had specially built did not suit, and lie had to borrow the on...

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

ATHLETICS. The Charters Towers Athletic Club, after a careful investigation, have decided not to sustain the protest against Malone, and the stakes in tlie recent handicap won by him baa been paid'over. Mr. P. Dwan, secretary of the C. T. A. C., received the following telegram from Mr. Frank; Smith, Sydney: " My proprietory have fully investigated matter, have clearly identified photograph to be Malone, have unanimously decided he should get handicap, advise you pay him prize, our report will be posted im mediately." I * *

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

visits!1 .. V.' ;4s Iff;f f ( ?^V GOLD RETURNS AND DIVIDENDS UP TO APRIL 21ST, ;n;j 'W OATI OF CLEANING U*. f /i:fy ^v;,f .-:f-; -f--?. - * i? ?MM afOSv ffjf f -r S; IS Si# >-r\ M CiT -Hf ?V ten >yt m for 10th h year Grand total .> tons cwt qr 568 o © 654 *i o 054 O o 1,048 t% O 799 10 o J84 . ° O IjjtOO © o id o o o \i% © o 6 93 o o 9 0S 9 o 926o o 1,367 to o 1,460 © o ?4$ O O 1,150 o © I$|0 © o 884 o o 1,546 o o M57 to o TOTAL Quarts; Clushec. tons cwt qr 1,876 15 o 3^26 5 0 6,182 19 o 10,054 © o 21 OOLD. OZ6 dwt grs *,517 10 0 11,941 00 2,OlO to 0 ' TCTAL GOLD. 2,073 11 0 *?393 17 o 1,196 t8 o 2,4©0 o 0 4,<S93 1$ o *,35° 1$ o *.«?5 «3 o 1,967 16 o 2,t|9» *6 o 2,080 17 o ' < *. : ?. 2,382 t 6 3»*97 *7 o 1,960 5 0 3,164 *6 .« 3,51a d o 1,729 8 o 2,5®1 3 0 1,898 4 o o 6 7,264 6-0 I?,208 12 O 19,465 14 o 12 NETT VALUE. £ s. d. 5.339 «6 9 6#87| 8 to 7»*P 9 3 7*993 6 7 4,920 19J 2 4,191 12 6 8,4|9 13 10 14,465 18 o 8,303 11 11 5,716 iS 3 6,968 3 ro 7,89.5...

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

::r-v: A*';j---'-'^^0,:c/. ...:- -' ..,; ?.-. ...X ..^.'-X^XXXX^X " 1 ??;.???' ?_?? .*." ??? -JTi :?:?.; ... ? **»)<** ,*,t ;?:' il 21,1891. Dr. To RECEIPTS. £ s. d. ",...k Bank, Limited, ? General Account... ... 2,35812 2 Balance Q N. Sank, Limited ~^.i ??*...,. :.7 :2 m £ s. A, ozs 14 dirts Refund amount overpaid Gas Co. 2,365 IS « 19 6 30 o f» © o 1 15 o o 10 o PAYMENTS. , GENERAL EXPENSES, MIKE-> By Labor ... ... ... ...11,395 i n " Mining Stores and Materials 917 17 i " Timber ... ... ... . 752 17 ti " Firewood, Charcoal, and Coal 203 1 6 Cr. PLANT, BUILDINGS, IMPROVEMENTS, ETC. " Materials, etc... 4378 3 " Labor ... ... ... 6515 12 4 13,268 18 5 PLANT " i "Weigh Bridge, 2 Iron Sales TREATMENT OF ORES AND EXPENSES " Carting, Crushing, & Grinding 8,800 7 " Watching of Crushings ... - 404 10 *#93 98 o 7 II o 10 r* MANAGEMENT AND SECRETARYSHIP Managing Director ... ... 224 o o Siecreiaiy's Salary ... ... 66 00 Auditors Fees... 4 4 o Directors Fees ... ... 55 ...

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

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

W' YATT & ATE8, ( YATT & ATE8, TIMBER MERCHANTS, CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS & IRONMONGERS, Charters TOWERS. A Large Stock of Ail Kinds of Timber and Iron al ways on hand. BOORS, SASHES, FRENCH LIGHTS, &c., LOCKS, BOLTS, HINGES, A*» BUILDING MATERIALS Of Iretj Description, and at REASONABLE PRICES, Estimates given of Every Description of work. UNDEET AIEE S. Their New HEARSE has been lately supplied with. Handsome Black and White Plumes at great expense. FUNERALS Will be supplied in any style at tlie Shortest Notice, and the Most Moderate Charges. MONUMENTS A.ND TOMBSTONES Supplied and Erected. Appkess HEXT TO THEE CALEDDNIA2T HOUSE, GILL STREET. N.B.-Eunerai Orders, when the Shop is closed, to be left at Mr. T. Wtatt's Private Residence, opposite the School of Arte. THE CHARTERS TOWERS PYRITES COMPfiNY LIMITED. Dr. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDING 27TH APRIL, 189 r, Cr. PROFIT AJSD LOSS ACCOUNT. 1891-April 27 To Balance brought f...

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ANOTHER TRAGEDY A Youthful Murderer. GENEROSITY REWARDED IN A NEW FASHION. A FISHERMAN MURDERED BY A LAD OF 15. PRISONER FOUND GUILTY. AND SENTENCED TO DEATH. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

A. Youthful Murderer. GENEROSITY REWARDED Of A1VEW FASHION. ' A FISHERMAN MURDERED BY A / 1 / r LAD OF 15./ PRISONER FOUND GUILTY. . AND SENTENCED TO DEATH. pBF ELECTRIC TEIIE&RA-PBlJ [FROM otrs ours corbespokdekt.1 _ " _ Sydkef, April 24. At Broken Hill, William Deakin, a boy 15 years of age, appeared before tlie Chief Justice at the Circuit Court to-day, charged with the murder of Greorge Tulou, a fisher man living at Grolgol, near Mildura. The facts of the case were that the prisoner and a younger brother about II years of age went to the camp of deceased on the morning of 3rd January, and asked for some food, which he gave them. They went away and returned in a little while after with a gun and a rabbit which they had shot. He allowed them to grill the xabbit- at his fire,, but later in the day they still hung about the camp, and as Tulon did not like their looks., he told them to clear out and go home. Tulon then went to bed, and about 8 o'clock was awaked by finding hi...

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The Eight Hours Question. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BALLARAT, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Tbe Eight Hours Question. £BY ELECTBI<3 TELEGSAPH.] [FROM orit OWN COSEESPOXPEKT.] % - ' BAXXJLS&T, April 24, ' At a meeting of the Billarat Labor Con gress to-day, a long discussion took place on the eight hours question, and an amended1 motion was carried in favor of a labor day statute, with eight hours as the maximums for all the wage earning classes of both sexes. At the afternoon sitting a telegram was re ceived from the Queensland Shearers' Union,, thanking the Congress for its resolution of sympathy. A motion was proposed in .favor of rendering sub-letting work -illegal with the object of abolishing the sweating., system-. After a long discussion ah axftended motion was carried, demanding the im mediate enactment by the various Parlia ments to cover the following points for performance in all factory works -In registered factories, the institution of a full ^ ,iien for . wages due upon work' done, and the abolition of the., con tract system for all Groyemm...

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

- . . .; . ? * ?:9:WsiM$W0:^mVif'SI r® <;' ?/^r-:"iV'^ --: :®J40,:;.:>:^'..'??-'-';'-:.^' r . -"?' ?? -.'J .??,r^S*.?'.'s:.II"-' ? ? ?''. '? r I -1 ?S":-t.: :''J ./'"-''V 'i :S^: ^ ?':? .J.y :;'ja, ;?? .,;? . ? ?'. .-''4v :.^r ?<.? i-ri . .'- .- ? -?.." tv % . - . ; - :r. . . .- - ' :.;> '' '.'..^.a ' . ' li -Ji ?I ssovimly, »st 2&. ADDED MONEY, ,£400. ADDED MONEY, <£400. ;: r:^ ... E. D. MILES J. STOCKS B. TOLL J. RIXON -Jcdge-W. M. MOWBRAY STARTER-F. FITCH T. H. TAYLOR E. 0ARD1TER W. JOWETT CLERK OP SCAXES-E. CARBIS OP THE CODBSE-G. KNAPP r^;4v lis-. Of 50 says, for all horses; second horse 10 sovs from the prize; f mile. Nomination 1 sov; acceptance l|sovs; Welter Handicap Of 50 save, for ail horses; second liorse 10 sovs from tlie prize ; one mile and a distance. Nomination 1 sov; acceptance !.§? sovs. Queen's Birthday Handicap Of 110 sovs, for all horses; second horse 10 sovs from the prize ; 1J miles. Nomination 1 sov; acceptance ...

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Country news. NORTH-WESTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

"NORTH-WESTWARDS, j (BY BtT6HBA?TGEK.) Fhte a.m. jpitcli dark) found *" . ane perchedj% tlie^ bDx seat of Cobb _ and" Co's coach, alongside that reliable whip and indomitable water-dog, jack Peacock. Directly after leaving liije town we bad to cross the jRtherid ge River, here half-a-mile , : wide, but chiefly a bed of sand. Then three or four miles of ridgy country, and as . . " The dawu faintly dappled with orange, the dusk, And pealed overhead the jay's laughter-note harsh." we started to " wrastle" with the J slopes of the great Newcastle Range, and did so for over 20 miles. Terrible j country for anyone who has loose teeth to jolt over in a coach, especially j when the said coach is almost j - cushionless, some of the pinches being very steep a^d -stpnyi The view" as , we reached: tfe^r ^tbp arid started- to ' ;; descend ilsi#fe^5^it6^ive, moii^ iboH varied. Fifty miles from Georgetown | - we struck the Einasleigh, which was j nearly a swim and running very j strong. The fact t...

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

mmsmm ; «BTO®39ATr AJV9 188 1. TO, BE imi.l) ON ; aw omif mm eesssb ^ PATBON-HON. JOHN MACROSSAN VICE PRESIDENT-RICH ARD CRAVEN" PRESIDENT- HON. JOHN DEANE TREASURER-PRANCIS W. BEATTIE C O MM ITT EB .1. B. WHITEHEAD A. H. PRITCHARD F. W. BEAniE W. P. CANNY E. LINDSEY D. SYMES JUDGE-HON. JOHN DEANE CLERK OF SCALES-W. P. CANNY G. CAVEY T. J. KELLY J. BYRNE STARTER-D. MISSINGHi CLERK OF THE COUBSE D. MISSINOffAM W. D. CASEY PROGR " MaMen Plate Of 100 SOYS, for all Maiden Horses; second liorse 10 sovs from the prize; 1J mile; W.F.A*; entrance 4 sovs. Flying Handicap Of 130 sovs, for all horses; second horse 20sovs, and third liorse 10 sovs from the prize; 0 furlongs; nomination Isov; acceptance 4 SOYS. Ladies' Bracelet A Welter Handicap of 100 sovs; second 20 sovs from the prize; 1 mile and a distance; nomination 1 sov; acceptance 3 sovs. Money or bracelets optional to the winners. Towers Jockey Club Handicap Of 40Q sovs, for all horses; second horse 50 SOVB, and third horse 25sovs from...

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Wreek of the J.W. Gildemeister. SUFFERINGS OF THE CREW. RESCUED BY THE BRIG "PARA." (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) SYDNEY, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Wreck of tbe *F. W. Crilde" niei§ter* SUFFERING:; OF 1 HE CREW. RESCUED BY THE BRIGr " PARA." (BY ELECTEIC TEIIE&HAPH.) (FROM ore ow cobeespondekt ) Stdket, April 26. A sliip wrecked crew arrived yesterday on board tlie Tenavs from 3few Caledonia. The ship, which was named .the J. W. Grilde tneister, sailed under the German flag, and left Xewcastle for Hongkong in February, but was caught in a hurricane early in March, and daring . the storm heavy bodies of water swept the deck, washed away the tarpaulin covering ot the ha* eh ways, burst ing into the vessel's hold. This over powered the exeitions of the crew to keep the ship afloat, and she drifted during the hurricane bodily on to a reef off one of the islands of the 5few Hebrides Group. Hundreds of natives assembled on the cliffs and beaeh armed with spears, and under these circumstances the crew, who were thoroughly exhausted by continuous work and almost drowned by heavy seas, clang to the strandard ship for six days an...

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Sad Case of Fratricide. CARELESS USE OF FIREARMS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

. Sail Case of Fratricide. CARELESS USE OF FIRKJURMS. - * (BY electeig TELE&eape ) (fbom oub OWN cobbbspo ndekt.) April 23. / At Stony Point ijear Hastings two brothers named Stafford and John Dickson, aged 14, and Robert Henry Dickson, /aged 8 were playing at soldiers when the elder-presented a gun at the younger, not knowing it to be loaded. The piece went off, the charge blowing off a portion .of the face and head off the lad, who, after lingering in sin unconscious state for a few hours, died. At an inquest a Verdict "of accidental death was returned*

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The Torpedo Disaster. (BY TELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) SYDNEY April 23 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Viae Torpedo IMsasleiv (BY TEXECTBIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM orra OWN COEBESPOKDEKT) STDKRR. Ann! 93 The report of the proceedings of the Court of Inquiry appointed to take evidence and report concerning the recent torpedo disaster Middle Head, by which four lives were lost was made public to-day. The proceed ings show that Hie enquiry has been carefully and exhaustively held, and the conclusion arrived at seems to have been the only one possible under the circumstances, for, as Colonel Spalding puts it " He had repeated thedirections and cautions so carefully given by. Colonel De Wolski, and had they been obeyed, as miglit most reasonably have been expected from the high qualifications of the officers and non-commissioned officers im mediately responsible-most notably, a. special order was made to pay out the I whole of the cable connected with Hie mine fixed so that a disaster could not occur." A great quantity of evi dence was given, and the Court could only ; arrive at one conclusion,...

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Supreme Court. TOWNSVILLE. (Before Mr. Acting Justice Mansfield.) IN CHAMBERS. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Supreme Court. - ' .» - ' TOWNSVILLE. 1 (Before Mr. ActangrJustice Mansfield.) ;; IN CHAMBERS'j April 24 In tlie matter of William Henry Oliver, of "Charters Towers, Insolvent, r Mr. Milford appeared for the insolvent, and made application for last enomination to fee fixed before 29th May.before P.M,at . Charters Towers, The Official Trustee consenting, tlie application was granted. In the matter of George Hall, of Charters Towers, insolvent. Mr. Milford appeared for insolvent, and made application to have the order of 4th March varied, as owing to circumstances whicli liad occurred locally it wae impos sible to comply with the order. ; . , His Honor directed that the date of the laeb examination of the insolvent should be extended from31st March, 189l,to the 29th> 3£ay, 1891. Iii tjjieniatter of James Down, of Charters Towers- .insolvent. Mr Milford; made a Eimilar application, which was granted. IntJje, matfeerpf tJieMountaiii Maid Cr.M. -Cq, Ltd. v. Burke. Mr Beaumont appeared...

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Police Intelligence. MONDAY, APRIL 27. (Before, Messrs W.G.Kelly Cusack, P.M., E.H.Ayton and J.Byrne, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

-?' I . ' ?' .--> : t:T>T ''--.> i*i-: 1 . r(Befo3Ge .-Messrs "WVGy Kelly ~ < K-,H- A«tpsu an^ K'Bjpmie, t \. « . '%.!» r-*w±- 4S»-r7r ». ?stxf.s&zmisisw: ti-»». i Alice: BaUitt v. Kicftard Uufcfe,* assault,' .SortJie defendaafc. The partajeswebe ncigk-' iboais -and; relations^ living -on the ^lnt] ^|fcat .^n %l ?..^ -.fey] t}ie throat and held for until she was Marfc . Jfllfcfekj -nearly-ehoking her. ^ ibr' lfe; - -defence - it wa& Knhraitfrtad -,- ^»ah nlg jndffy ^ Bto h^ pla^e^a pigoa defendant's residence: area^ mthm his (defendant's) boundary, and; -^hs^ wiien he went to remo ve it lie was set; o^ofi^by* the T^hole family, and that 'Mrs: Bailiff int him a - backhanded -blow that j knocked hinii -down, an i that he >then' *pushedher away from hiin with has hand. ? Defendant denied taking Mrs Bailiff by the . throat and choked hex;. After hearing: voluminous' evidence, which: lasted' over twb; hours,. the Bench fined the defendant 331, t wit...

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The Murder of H.R. Jones, at Booralga. THE JOKER BEFORE THE COURT. PRISONER ACQUITTED. RE-AR ESTED ON A SECOND CHARGE OF MURDER. IMPRISONED TILL THE RISING OF THE COURT. WHO'LL BE THE NEXT VICTIM. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] COOKTOWN, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

j Tlie Murder of - II. E. Jones, 1 at Booral^a. f THE JOKER BEFORE THE COURT. PRISONER ACQUITTED. IE-IE ESTED OS A SECOND CHARGE OF MURDER. IMPRISON ED TILL THE RISING OF THE COURT. WHO'LL BE THE NEXT VICTIM. (bit EIIECTKXC TEtEGrEAPH.) fFBOM OlTB OWN CORRESPONDENTS/} COOKTOWIT, April 24. The Supreme Court sittings closed yester day "evening. In the case of an aboriginal known ae Joker, charged, with the murder of H. ILJones,a£ Booralga, in August l^et, the J udge instructed the jury to acquit the prisoner, as there was no proof of his age, wMch was at most 12 years, and that there was TIG evidence of malice. >. 31te 'laaiie «idered to be a as the Joker, ^ who is. an . atoowginaL fcoy, that he shot Jones because he thought he would shoot him. Ncxt mom ing the same aboriginal , guilty of manslaughter, and eeatenqed to be imprisoned until tiiie rising of the courts

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With the Mounted Infantry at Winton. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WINTON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

. Willi tlie Mounted Infantx'y . ? > T '; «t Wlntw. ? *? ^ ' -i * * « ?* , >.5. | '?-"(&£ 4BS3^etvxe iskiinulnil v: ^ (FROM 3US OWN COBBESFOKDBK1!.) j WlXTOX, AjmL24. j The weather lias been fine for ""the last three days. The mounted infantry are doing good work, but their duties are lieavy in consequence of patrols being out. Thirty nine officers and men are in town, two of whom are on the sick list. There are only three constables in town. Strong police j patrols and mounted infantry have been on ( rduty from eleven p.m to six a.m. j Lieutenant Wilson, Sergeant Feck, and 16 picke<| men, with a constable and a black . .^raiCk^, llp^yieifeicdtty morning on patrol With s^led'oMers. i Oajfckin " Russell declines - giving any | information further than that they may be otit tot *10 or "twelve days. j A mounted parade on fresh horses from ; Vindex and Bladensburg took - place this ; afternoon. The horses worked well, and | appear to be a splendid Lot. - i Lance...

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The Military at Torren's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Tlie Military al Topren' Creek. AFTER the dastardly act perpetrated 011 Monday night last, viz., the cutting of the j throats of fire horses belonging to Messrs. MurryiPrior and Jardine,, of AberfoyLe j Station, the residents of the quiet little . hamlet of Torreris Creek wer6 not surprised | to see a detachment of military detailed for duty here as a check on future outrages. The detachment, under Captain F. W. fajBeattie, numbering 22 all told, arrived by 'on Wednesday, 22nd inst., from IIugli?lu|eji, and soon settled down to make tjiemselTi^gM^orliable, the mmnR for doing so having beeif^iiidl^ placed at their dis posal by She railway authorities.' * Codking accommodation is provided in a house be longing to the Railway l>e.oartmenu^_ three covered goods waggons are set apart for1 theT - men to sleep in, and a first-class passenger carriage -placed at Captain Beattie's disposal for the same purpose. It was about time something was done to prevent the unionists from interfering...

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