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With the Defence Force at Hughenden. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Willi Hue Hefiniec Fi»ree afclj I As,-,. I' wired yom, twenfcviaeji of the A .and D Companies were despatched to ffiigliwiiiMiBminn OMrfynuBfe^wi^ii _ Tliey jM/pt : foee laborers and their destination isbeliered" to t»e CjaaaibjSdge Dow3ffiB, The train that brought these klwrers also brought SOxnen of B Company,Kennedy Regmicnt, . from To*mgrille. ?'&- wae impelling ' 'all'-' night, 1 and arrived near Hnghesdm some time after j j I o'clo^. Captain Beattioawd another ofli- j I per "to<>k out theMoulit^d Infantry to llie ! lipofc* where the free labored detrained. ] i Meanwhile the men of A and D Companies 1 I w«-re marched up to the railway station as if j the train and its passengers were expected there. The whole of the Shearers' Camp ] assembled at the station, and gave the Towers j then hearty cheers, ,i*r. Gray, the owner of Hughenden Station being as heartily hooted. The unionists, however, got wind of j the ruse, and horsemen and footmen quickly j made th...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Thargomindah Items. THARGOMINDAH, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

TKiar^oiiiiudalft Items. Thargomtkdah, April 24. Strike matters are 'quiet. About 100 men are - now in camp. Tlie men are very orderly, and there is no probability of special con stables being required. Mr. Stafford, Police Magistrate, recently returned from Mt. Mar garet Station. The manager there considered it unnecessary to j»et special constables sworn in, as the unionists bad passed quietly, and lie apprehended no disturbance. It is rumored that the woolslied at Comon giu ouiii ims been burned down.

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Warwick Wires. WARWICK, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Warwick Wires* Waewick, April 24. A public meeting, convened by the Mayor iii. response to a requisition, was held, last night. There was a large attendance, and a resolut ion was passed in favor of an open, conference, at which all matters disputed can be fully and fairly discussed, with a view to bringing about the termination of the strike. Another resolution was carried, to the effect that the time had arrived when a more satisfactory way of. settling disputes between the employed and the employers than a resort to strikes should be found, and the earliest, opportunity should be embraced to establish, on a basis satisfactory +o both parties, a Board of Conciliation, to which industrial disputes could be referred. Mr. Hfnry Hutton, who stated he spoke as a, pastoralist, said he favored a conference now that the pastoralists had shown the unionists they were not to be dictated to, but he was -quite sure they would never concede the union demand to forego freedom of contract. The r...

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In Adjacent Colonies. Affairs in Sydney. SYDNEY, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

In Adjacent Colonies. .iffairs in Sydney. SxujrEf, April 24. J. M. Toomey, secretary of the Young branch of tlie Shearers' Union, addressing a meeting to-night-at Partes, said that & late meeting of squatters held at Parkes was a. hole and corner one : he also stated tliat the- pastoralists wer.J not compelled to form a union through Mr. Spence's action, but they did so with the object of cmsliing tlie Shearers' Union. He referred to affairs in Queensland, and said the pastoralists wanted men . to work with kanakas and Chinamen, which they considered beneath, them to do. A n attempt was also being made to reduce their wages by 35 per cent, and" the ballot that had been taken regarding * freedom of contract, showed that it was' rejected by 8600 votes to'« 81. . The Shearers' Union was stronger than ever. He denied that tlie outrages committed in Queensland were the work of tlie unionists, but asserted that they were the work of free? laborers. It is proposed to reduce the en ...

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The Unionist Rioters. PROCEEDINGS IN COURT. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ROCKHAMPTON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Unionist ltioler§. ' 1PEOGEEDIH6S m COITET. " ? ' . ?'' .* -? (BY BLECTEIc TEfc-BGRAPH ) (FfiOM OUB OWN COSEESPOKBEJfT.) . BoCKHAitPTOjr, Apiil 23. ' ' The evidence of members of the Pastoral iete' Executive was taken, occupying all the snorning. All admitted that they were ter rified by the attitude of the crowd- Mr. Oliver, under gome pressure, admitted that threatening words yere iised, and tliat at one. lime l^-tm»ug^ of^avi&g a fi^t. but "after-' w^dfi^e^ledfc^iafc - tke, best to. do was to i ar^nairi inliie|bi^^r- - . V ' Twp ;prere present during; the canauu&c^mt^of the disturbance, wprc tlie cpe ^ the ^Crown . tfras: closed about 3.30 p.m. Mr. lalley immediately applied for a dis missal of the ease on the grounds that there was no "evidence of riot, His Honor, how ever, without calling on Mr. Power to reply, found that there was evidence of assault Mr. liilley then opened the case for the defendants, and spoke at some lengthy con tending that the' whole tilin...

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Lying, Selfish Labor Agitators. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Ljliig, S«Uisb« Labor Agllatoris. THE following extract from a very staid old . "English Daily, which advocates really liberal measures-The Manchester Guardian-lias , an Australian as well as an English applica ? (ion :-" The really mischievous persons are ' the agitators, and it is time when a journal t of such high repute applies such a term as " lying, selfish agitators" to any body of men, there must surely exist grave cause for such ; vigorous and unmistakeable Language. In an English weekly paper, -one certainly not given to sensationalism-the Manchester Ghtmrdian - there recently appeared the following criticisms of the labor leaders i in the old country, and 1 ask you, to republish it in the hope that it may carry a home truth to the minds of some of the unionists hi Queensland* at the present time. " The really mischievous persons," says the journal referred to, " are the agita tors, and it is time that there should be a total cessation of cant in talking and dealing with t...

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" ATCHOO!" [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

" ATCttOO!" "Where are you going my pretty maid?" 'u Faa going to sneeee, kind sir," -shemid " Aad afc whom will you sneeze, teatd.?** '/v^ ": ** Atchoo! ? afcclioo ??? kind air/' ehe «iid.

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A Child Burnt to Death. (BY ELECTRIC TELE-GRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] COOKTOWN, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

j A Cliild Burnt to lleatfi. (BT EEECTBIC TEI-EGfiAPH.) fFHOM OtJE OWX COHEESPOXDEKTS-j Cooktown, April 27. j A. little ten-year-old daughter of Mr W. ] Withy, contractor, was this morning fearfully j burned, through" her clothes catching fire. | Her mother went into the yard, and hearing : the child's screams, was hurrying to her when | the child ran to her envelop d in flames. ] With great presence of mind, Mrs Withy seized her and rolled her in the damp grass and extinguished the flames, being , severely burnt about the bands and arms ieiwp in doing so. ^^Dr^ojle >>raj6 child's bitms pressed.' and irer^lf^nt ^lphe ?' Hospital, pT^here she fe = mwjj^jagre^mgl^s favorably as can beesneeted. Phe serious one,.as the. girl l&^n£)}lj '^orpl about the abdomen. Mr Withy is absent front Cookiowii. - COOETOWX, April 28. Mrs. Withey's little eight-year-old daughter, who was burned yesterday, suc cumbed to her injuries in the hospital at" midnight' - ;

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. CROYDOK, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHS) FfiOjt oua OWN CORRESPONDENT. CROYDOK, April 28. The Croy&on and Mfc. Morgan G-.M. Co. crushed 195 tons of stone for a yield of lOlozs retorted gold. The Mark Twain G-.M. Co. crushed 150 tons for 178ozs.

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

Local Mining Hfews. Sales are repotted of Brilliant Blocks paid-up at 25s 3d, sellers 26s. THERE was not a great amount of business on change last night, the only sales reported by the secretary being Brilliant and St. George United, 100 at 10s 3d, and 100 at 12s 2d; Scandinavian P.C., 203 at 8§d TENDERS are invited by Mr. T. B. Bearup for removing tailings from the Enterprise mill. Particulars will be found in the ad vertisement. Owing to the rain on Saturday evening the attendance on change was smaLl,' The only sales recorded were G-olden Gate, 100 at 7s 9d; Queen Central, 200 at 4s Id; Scandi navian P.O., 753 at8cL A SPECIAL general meeting of shareholders in the Kelly's Queen Block G.M. Co. will be held on 5th May at 4 p.m., at Mr. W. L Davies' office, for the purpose of passing a resolution to wind up the company and form a new one with an increased number of shares. THE half-yearly meeting of the Day Dawn School Reserve Gold Mining Company, Limited, was held on the 25th instan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, March 20, The following are the latest quotations for shares in Anglo-Australian Mining Com panies : Australian Consols, b 10s 6d, s 20s 6d Bonnie Dundee, I) 3s dd, s 4s 3d J British. Broken ffill, b 2|, 8 2|d Coromandel, b Cd, s Is Cumberland Gold, b Is 9J, s 2s 3d Day Dawn Block, b 7s 6d» a 8s DayDawn P.C., b 10s, s lis E&!;lebawk,b2s, s 3s Etheridge United, b ls,s Is 6d Gympie On. Crown, b 3s 6d, s 4s Ovmpie Gi. Eastern, b 6s 6d, s 7s Ironclad {fy. pd.) b Is 3d, sis 9d Kaboonga (9«pd.) h lad, s 4|d Kanganlla, b f, s | Hapanga, b 2s 6d, s 3s Midas, b 3s, s 4s Mosman, b 3s 3d, s 3s 9d Mount t^yshon. b 5s 6d, 6 6s 6d Mount Morgan Extended, b Is 3d, s Is 9i Mt. 8haniP0ck, b 6d, s is Ker Qneen, (19s 6d pd.) b 6s fid, 6 7s Port Philip (4s pd.), b 7|d, * lOld Q,ueenslsnd SmeUing, b% e I v Scottish Auafaialiiui, b 2,« "2£ ; Wentwortk Propry, b f, a f pm. JL J". Fisher reports as follows for the week ending Thursday, 00th Apcfi:-Since last report bus...

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General Mining News. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] CAIRNS, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

General Mining Xews. (sr JEIIECTBIC TBIBfiEAPH.) £feok ous 30wn corbespoj*dekt .1 ton",'..itjomg,.'an increase of 61 tons, a. \ compared with the proceeding quarter, j Since the beginning of tke year 66 leases and 77 claims have been, applied] for, the majority being on the Herberton j and Chillagoe sil ver fields (B^ ELECTRIC TB1E&BAPH.) (FROM oue OWN Cobbespondent.) Kocehampton, April 25. Since cutting up the Galaw claim a£ Cawarral, F. A. Morgan had a winze started from a level below the old workmg6, and a reef of large size has been exposed. The vein of quartz on the hanging-wall side is about one foot in thickness, and tke stone assays splendidly, besides yielding capital specimens of stone. On the footwall side will be 9ft wide m places, and yields good specimens, and assays well. In the specimens the precious metal can be plainly seen. The extent of this area of gold bearing quartz has not yet been definitely ascertained, but Mr Morgan is sanguine that it is'of con si...

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MILLS' UNITED G.M.CO., [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

MILLS' UNITED fi-SL CO., The half-yearly meeting of shareholders in. the above company was held at the office of the secretary, Mr. 1. D. Miies, on Monday evening, when the subjoined report was pre sented : * DrEECTOBS' HAXF-YEABLY REPORT. To the Shareholders IjAbies A kb Gextlemen.-Your directors have pleasure in handing you herewith statement of receipts and expenditure, and profit and loss account for the six months ending 31st March, 1891, together with the *^I}alance sheet and the report of your mining ^ahanager. The hopeful presages contained in the last Directors' Report have b«*en fully borne out, as a reference to the accounts will show. 8215 tone of quartz have been treated, which yielded 7l56ozs of gold of a value of £24,305 1 5s lOd; as against a gross output for the preceding period of six months, of £5979 14s 4d, and showing a profit on the working of £8873 2s 8d, equal to a dividend of over 7d per share, or nearly 8 per cent per annum. Of the above profit the sum of £...

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Half-Yearly Report OF THE BRILLIANT GOLD MINING CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Half-Yrearly Report OF fE& BBIIiLIAKT GOLD MISTING^ CO., LTD. The tenth half-yearly general meeting of shareholders was held at the company's office, Gill-street, Charters Towers, on Monday, April 27th, at 14.30 a.m. Present:-B> Gravai, Esq., (in the chair), T. B. Bearup (E. J, Metcalfe, by his proxy, T. B. Bearup), G. M. levers (by his attorney, Hi. D. Miles), and 1. O'Donnell M'Deritt (by his proxy, E. D. Miles), representing 37,015 ehares. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Directors' Report, State rnentof Ac counts, and JBala-noe-sheet were received and adopted. "" - Plant, and Pritchard were elected directors for £he en suing year. Messrs. Alfred Davies and John M. Hastings wejre re-elected auditors for the en suing lialf-year.

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DIRECTORS' HALF-YEARLY REPORT. To the Shareholders. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

DIRECTORS' EAJJF-TTEAHI/E" REPORT. To the SiiarekoLders. LADIES as» GttKTfMBir,-We have much pleasure in. submitting to you our tenth half yearly report, which is of a still more favor able nature than any previous one, and the anticipations conveyed, in our last have been, more than realised, as during the half-year we have raised and crushed 10,051 tons of stone; yielding 19,4G5ozs 14dwts of gold, valued at £68,469 19s 6d, out of which the sum of £40,000 has been paid in dividends, amounting to 16s per share; also an addi tional sum of £1500 has been placed to the reserve fund, which now amounts to £3500, and a dividend tax of £2000 has also been paid to the Government. From the present appearance of the mine in the' deeper levels reached there is every reason to believe that, the past rate of dividends will not only be continued, but most probably increased dur ing the coming year. We are alse pleased to further state that during the past half-year the value of the mine has incre...

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THE STATE OF PAHANG AND THE MALAY PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

THE SHA.TE OF PABCAMGr A3STD THE 11A.LA.Y PEUTIfSDIiA Since the floating of the ffiaub mine, whiclr is situate in the f'tate of Pahang, Malay Peninsula, on the Australian market by Australians, any news concerning this dis trict has been eagerly looked for by the public of Queensland, more especially by those who arte interested in gold mining. Yesterday afternoon I had a conversation with Mr. Crosbie, at Green's Family Hotel, in the course of which he gave me some information that may be of interest to the readers of the Norther MINER. Mr. Crosbie has been for over twelve months travelling through the Peninsula on behalf of Australian' capitalists, and he is in a position to give an opinion, not only of its capabilities as a gold producing district, but also a general idea of the manners and customs of its people. Within the past three years Great Britain has proclaimed a protectorate over the State of Pahang; it is the principal gold mining State in the Peninsula., and in it is si...

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THE HUNTINGDON MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

THE HUNTINGDON MILL. (BY OCR MINING REPORTER!) Many miners, mine managers, and owners of crushing mills were firm in their belief that no other system of crashing quartz would supercede the stamper battery, but it has remained to Mr K. Craven, proprietor of the Enterprise quartz mill, to demonstrate beyond any possibility of a doubt, that the ore-crusher known as the Huntingdon Mill is not .illy equal, but considerably superior to any stamper battery. Mr T. B. Bear up was the first to introduce the Huntingdon Mill to this district, when he erected one at Ithe Mount Leyshon some three years ago. Unfortunately the mill did not get a fair trial, as the mine on which it was situated i was abandoned soon after the erection. The ; mine and plant was afterwards sold, and , the Huntingdon Mill purchased by Mr. Craven, and subsequently erected by him ' alongside his ten head battery. On Wednes j day afternoon I had a look over the plant in company with Mr Bearup, acting general ( manager for...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. THE VICTORIA G.M. CO.(CHARTERS TOWE IS) NO LIABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

MA IMAGERS' EEPOETS. THE VICTOEIA G.St. CO. (CHAtXESS TOWE is) STO LIABILITY Wm. Holliman, general manager, reports for the fortnight ending April 24tli: New underlie shaft - During the past fortnight the underlie shaft lias been further sunk 29ft, making a total depth of 236ft from the surface. The" reef cut some few weeks back still continues to look well, and bids fair to be a good shoot of stone. The reef has been left, standing during sinking the last ] 10ft, which was taken down to-day, and ! shows that the muudic stone has been ! reached, as half the quanity raised is brown j stone, and the bottom half heavily mineral j stone, through the whole of which gold can be seen. A level will at once be opened oat on the reef for a few feet. Crosscut from No. 1 level-The crosscut from No. 1 level south is being extended to intersect the reef being sunk on in the new underlie shaft; 16ft has been driven, the' rock is very hard for working. Stopes-;ome very good stone is being obtained ...

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CHARTERS TOWERS PYRITES WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

CHARTERS TOWERS PYRITES WORKS. ^ The eighth half-yearly meeting of share ^Iblders was held on the 28fch April, when there were 16,956 shares represented. Mr, Collins, Chairman of Directors, in tlie chair. The report and balance sheet were received and adopted. The relaxing directors, Messrs ~R, Collins, Jos. Holt, Win, Howell, Jno. Clark and J. A. (xorringe were re-elected at the saniefees, and Messrs W. R. fiichards and X M; Hastings were re-appoiuted auditors. '"j ErGHTH HAOT-YEAJBIiT RePOBT. .j . ' ' .. To#ie Shai5Bliolders, .... j ' <xE]jTiiEM;»2f,-W"e fa%TTe anacli pleasure in presenting to youour Hjalf-yearly Seport, j together with the statement ef ac^unts &r j the pa«t iftlf year, duly certified meorzeeb by your&uditore. . | The average yield of.. goldper ton JO£ Pyrites, treaiedfpr the half year, is a feac tion uh^Ler the ounce, yet from this poor ' yield we have been enabled to payadividend {the 4^) of eis^»ence per share, freeof the dividend dut...

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(Before His Honor Mr.Acting Justice Mansfield.) IN INSOLVENCY. April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

; H(Be£ore His Honor Mr. J 1 . X: "i ? Mansfield.) :. .-V:>y$y>.,-v^ . ? a 'J: ? "$ Si-S .ktJjnalST... .'i Jn tlie mafcfcer ©fxGeorge Wilkinson. liar I ETaafipabelialf pfinsolventcappiiedfor cer tificate of discliarge. ItwaegcMited. 3r of <Tatae8 JS4W^r1 Oliver, >of: ;&fid made ap-! Mr; certain Leu Evhub appeared for Mr Morgan. After; kearing ai'gumeM. Hfe Honor decided to re-; serve hifi decision, , ; Joliii Robin, of To'wnstfille, «omjriiseion; agent, wm adjudicated insolreut oa bis own: petition. TJie^first meeting of creditors yeas \ 1891. t

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