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THE IDAHO TROUBLE. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE IDAHO TROUBLE. .London, July 17. The twelve free lab rers in the Idaho mines were butchered in cold Ibldod. The strikers dynamited two jpaalway bridges, destroyed the tele graph, aild threaten to dynamite the banks. The military have invested all the towns in the vicinity of the strike! A CRITICIN TROUBLE. liONDOjy, July 16. Mr David Christie Murray, the novelist and financial critic, applied for his discharge in the insolvent court to-day. The application was suspended for two years. Vhs Hughenieti Observer says : — Mr Heniy Stuart has just returned, from Bris bane. where he purchased on behalf of Messrs Stewart Bro*. anil McCaughey over 70,000 acres of land on Boekwood Run. The total amount of purchase money and fees total up nearly £40,000cash. Messrs J. Y.Suter & Co report the sale of 30,000 ewes and Iambs off Afton Downs to a local buyer at a fair pricej^gPDD weaners delivered to Mr De Vane^fei-^Maxwellfcon 6000 ewes to Mr Mc Jbarfin of Sylvania, 440 fat ewes to Mes...

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King George of Greece [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Xing George of Greece The above is a portrait of Sing George of Greece, who ascended the Hellenic throne in IBM. He is the second eon o€ Kins Christian of Denmark, and consequently brother to the Princess of Wales. Although twenty-eight years have passed! since he took the reins of the Government matters do not work smoothly. Thus defects , have developed which were not anticipate t1 when it was first created by a constituent as sembly in 1864 He dismissed summarily and ruthlessly If. Pelyannis, the Prune Min ister, who had been returned by ft majority of popular votes, and with him his whole Minis try, and appointed another statesman to take 1 las place. The reason for this spirited abtion on the part of King George was known to be financial. M. Delyannis bad turned his rival, M. Tricoupis,| out of office by telling the people that the latter's finance was cer tain to be disastrous, yet his own was almost as imaginary as Gen Trochu's for the relief of Paris. Naturally the king did ...

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

1 had been troubled five uiontlis with Dyspepsia. The doctors told me it was chronic. I had a fullness after eating and-a heavy load in the pit of my stomach" I suffered fre quently from a Water Brash of clear matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick ness at the Stomach would overtake me Then again I would have the terrible pains of Wind Colic. At such times I would lay to belch and could not. I was working then for Thomas McHenry, Druggist,- Cor. " Zrwin and Western Ave, Allegheny .City, Pa., in whose employ I had been for seven., years. JFinally I used August Flower, and after using just one feottle for two weeks, was entk-ely xelleved of all the trouble. I can iiow eat things ! darednot touch before. I would like to refer you to Mi*. McHenry, for . whom I worked, who ~ loiows all about my condition, and from whom I bonght the medicine. Barnes St., _

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Telegraphic Intelligence. (BY TELEGRAPH.) TOWNSVILLE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

:' v ■ ; • " »■: / : ;~sc.- Towkbvime. July 12. - Mr W. V. Brown, M.L.A, left for Jjondon ^ nerthe Dorunda this afternoon, oa a short business irlp, A number of friends as sembled at thewharf to bid him good-bye. ... . -' ■. : ToWlT6TO>tE} 14. TheBoss Siver meat works resumed full operations on Tuesday, since when between 80 and 80 bullocks have been put through each day. The m^chineiy is working well, End evetything issitisfactory The i orrens Creek meat works are putting through 50 daily without a hitch, and the Alii-ator Greek works have pat through 0000 bullocks in the last threemonths. TowwsytxIjE, July 15. William Duncan was brought up at the Police Court to-day, charged with the em bezzlement of£101 15s 3d, Municipal fundB, and was committed for trial to the District Court, 1st August. He was also charged with the embezzlement cf £6 belonging to the Penny Bank. Oaibks July 12. ; The Cairns Divisional Board have struck a rate of l£d in the £. To-day a deputation of merchant...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. NEWCASTLE. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

NEW SOUrtl WALES. Newcastle. Julv 14. Shortly after mid-day, Detective Binds arrested Roderick Ma^Naaiara, late manager of the Australian Banking Co., on charges of fraudulently appropriating £1500, and of having made a false entry in the ledger, with intent to defraud the company. He was ] brought before the Water Police Court, and remanded for a week, bail being fixed in two sureties of £500 each, and self £1000. It is understood -further arrests are likely to take place in connection with this bank. Sydney, July 15. At the Water Police Go-art this morning Wni. Service was charged with ' axing thrown vitriol in the face of Thorn is O'Connor, des troying his eyesight. o'Gononr is a tailor, and in May last c trried on his business at ; fianwick. On the n'ght of the 1st of May ] Borne one knocked at the door, and when ] O'Connor opened it vitriol was thrown in his face. Service was arrested on suspicion, but there was no evidence to conaect-hxin with the outrage, and he was discharge...

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REPROVED YET DECORATED. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

EEPB0S#} 1T11T DECORATED. ' ■ London. JulvI8. " It is : a ^ Cossa^l^OTOBsedtlieAfglianfMntier and occupied a frontier town. The Czar reproved tke commander lor Ms

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THE CARNEGIE STRIKE. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

STRIKE. I •' * ■ • -••••" LosnM. Jul? 15. J Free laborers have re-Bglited Qar 3^ ^cfiraja^ : Fifty fresb troops ■ with bayonets prevented the strikers interfering. ';w

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ETNA. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

london, jt u ly 16 i EteaishiirHiig Btoiies lOOGFfcirigh, andstreams lava are devastating - tbe country wifcfaia two miles o£ MlaalosL . ... .

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CHOLERA. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

CHOLERA. London, July 16. ] The cholera ia the suburbs of Paris is increasing. j: The deaths la Russia number 400 . daily. Cholera has reached Odessa. M. Pasteur is rallying from Ms attack of cholera.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

VICTORIA. M8LBOU&KB, Jllhr 11. i Kiss Sims, (he daughter of the keeper of a boarding house in Gratton-st»eet, Carlton, where the Rev MeCr-ay. who Arrived by the Groya, was staying when he was at tacked by sinai pox, has developed symptoms of the disease at the Quarantine Station at the Heais. sOUTff AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, July 13. Wiliiaui. Cneatle, who has been arrested in London, absconded from South Australia Ja>t March. The de&ectires watched the move ments o£ his sister-in-law, and a few months. ago she left for Iiondon under an assumed came. The Adelaide detectives communi cated with the English police. It is supposed Gentle was arrested while meeting his sister in-law. It is understood the insolvent owes £4000 in Adelaide.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. P[?]H, July I5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PtutXH, July IS. In conformity with Ithe expressed desire from Sydney and Melbourne the Perth Branch of the Australian Natives Associa tion held a meeting and considered the question of employing Kanaka labor in Queensland and Northern Australia. Cor , respondence from various branches of the i Australian Natives' Association in the East was read, as also the resolution, which was carried by the Sydney and Melbourne branches. The Perth branch passed the following resolution by a two-thirds majority —" That In the opinion of this branch of the Australian Natives* Association, the intro duction into Australia of an inferior servile race is not warranted by the necessities of the industry, or by the teachings of experience elsewhere, and is opposed to the spirit of par | free institutions, and fraught with damage to I our people. About thirty of the employees of the ! Band of Hope assembled at the Excelsior Hotel on Saturday evening, for the purpose of showing their ...

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HO[?]SON. (From the Wild River Times). [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

/From flie WHA Stiver Times). A COBEBSPONBENT at titefiod^twm writes U" under date the 20th ultimo, «b follows :—" It is uiprising the litUe atten tion t&is goldfield has recpivtd^r some years pent, audhow little is known (outside a very circ inscribed area) of its climate, gene ral features, andthe eoid won finw its reefs 4uring the first few years of its fctabny. Quits recently a friend of mme in XTew fouth Wales wrote me that lie lad heard terrible accounts of the unhealthinegs of the Hodgkinson district and the poverty of its | reefB, and seemed astounded on learning from ; me a few of the feds X am herewith, mmiing toyou. The Hodgkinson goldfield is situated about 60 miles west from Port Douglas. The climate Is most healthful nod enjoyable, «in« in apme measure to the influence of the s-'uth-east trade winds, which temper the heat and drive off malaria, consequently fever or other ailments that residents in tropical climates are frequently afflicted with are com paritir...

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Warden's Court. (Before the Warden, Mr W, M. Mowbray). FRIDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Warden's Court. (Before the Warden, Mr W, KL Mowbray). Fbisix, July 15. At the Wardeas Court; before Mr W, M. Mowbray the following applications were conditionally approved: - 3028, J. B. Faull, 2r, corner Broker and Towers-streets ; 3029, M. Goonan, 2r, Day Dawn Consols; 3031, Elizabeth McMahon. 2r, Mi.lchester Creek - 3032, W, Ward, 2r, adjoining No 2953 ;3033 Harry Gk»rry, 2r, JE of No 2869 : 3034, T. Bowden, 2«-, Dalrrmple road • 3035, Kate Caravan, 2r, IT <sman-8treet j 3036; 1. Milne, 2r, £ of No 2404 ;3037, Elizabeth Jl. Clarke, 2r, If of No 237; 3038, Dorcas S. Kettle, 2r, V of No 3037; 3039, H. <x. k eck, 2r, W of No 3037 ; 3040, E. E. A. Peck, 2r, N of No 3039; 3041, S. Briokwoodt 2r, E of No 2556; , 3012, A. T. Simpson, 2r, near Mosman's Paddock; 3043, J. Rollioeon, 40a, Sernbby Crrek;3044i, J. B>. Bollmeon, 40a, E of3043; 3046, Annie Hogan, 2r, N of No 3049 ; 3047 C. V. Allom, 2r, Kacecouree road ; 3048, J. J. Axford, 40a, Anabranch ; 3049, T. G....

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

MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED, ' BRANCHES AT— BRISBANE, TOOWOOMBA, ROCKHAMPTON, IPSWICH, WARWICK, ETC., ETC. ^jpfrHJB above Company having gone to considerable expense in procuring the services of a FIRST-CLASS CUTTER FROM SYDNEY .ire now & prepared to execute TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Gentlemen requiring a Perfect Fitting Suit for Business or Evening1 Dress cannot do better than, pay us a visit. We guarantee our|}T weeds Worsteds, &c., as being manufactured from PURE WOOL only, thoroughly shrank and fast colours. FIT AKD STYLE NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. CHOICE SELECTION OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. READY MADES, &c ♦ We hold a splendid stock of Ready Mades. equal to bespoke. Also Gentlemen's Mercery in Great Variety, Onr ALL WOOL BLANKETS are worthy of inspection, warranted to last 20 years. The Company's Celebrated Tweeds can only be obtained from their Establishment, Mosman-etreet; SO do HOC b8 misled by otliors adVOf tising cheap imported tw...

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

coMHiesiour a^ent bhabebbokeb, Fo. 6 Boss's Buimjikgs (0g.6t«ir8) •rf:; MR, GLEN CAMERON, (Late Under Secretary for Mines .) Advices furnished on the hit i aa.y.'.|S ^ ® Of the Colony Generally, and Oases of Disputed Titles, midApplica tion for Exemption Attended to. 118 Queen Street, Brisbane. ftJABSIiAKD & iy|-ARSLAJTO, Solicitors, Gill-si; Charters Towers, WicJcham,-st; TownsvilU |L. W. SIURSiiMi»» { Notaeies I Ptrorao J, BABSiiAA^ ' The Queensland National Bank limited, £ Incorporated uader the Companies Act, 1863 Bankers the Government of <Juei?sisiauo. Authorised Capitol .... ... " Subscribed Capital ... Paid-up Capital ... »• ••• Keeerwi Fund s4s5,«0Q Directors; Ifos P. H- HABT, M. I*. C.,Chaiianaiu IIun.BOYD l\ SlOfcEHEAD, M. }!•)>'. Sik - If. PAtMElt. A. B. Esq. A cwto as. Fkancis Q. S.outeheudek, Esq. Wis. RoBKKtsoN ifrHCQTG" t\sq, V.A. SoticiaroiiS: Messrs. Habt & Fwwbe, GbKEEAL M ^JfAGEB: EdWAUD BOUEKT IHiCRY, C.M.Gh. GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFIC...

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

Es(at»li*!te«! t&St K.D. MILES. J. MILLICABT. E. D. MILES AND CO., . *s S H A a E B RO KEftr AND -MINING AGENTS Axe prepared to undertake every description, of MINING BUSINESS And Guarantee Prompt Attention to all communications. -(CO RELIABLE REPORTS MADE ON MINING PROPERTIES. MES lAXlfiED ra AlfflflsiS. ABC AND MOSEIIwG'5 CODES USED. Cable.Address: MII.ES,' Charters Towers. J3FFICE Or THE Brilliant Block Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Brilliant Freeholds Gold Mining Go.. Ltd. Brilliant and St. George United Gold Mining Go. Ltd. Brilliant St. Patrick and Queen G.M. Co., Lid. Brilliant Central G.M, Co. No Lia bility. Boomerang G.M. Co., Ltd. Charters Towers District Hospital Charters Towers Cemetery Trust. Church Land Syndicate Ltd. Caledonia Consolidated G.M. Co., Ltd.. Graven s Caledonia G.M. Co. No Liability. Day Dawn School Reserve Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Day Dawn 4a West Gold Mining Co Ltd. Defiance Mill Syndicate. Identity Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Mills' Day Dawn United Gold MineB Go. ...

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The Imperial Elections. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

; » - ' . . (BY CABLE.) ^ j |^e A eecfced unopposed East; Down ; James Rentoul,C f ;:;Wesl"Donegal: T. S. Snllivan, IS". ^ . Th« followingtnembers hav,> heen reflected:—Banff: R. W. Duff, G; Berks, Abingdon division ; Fhill'p Wroughton, 0; Carnarvon; Southern division: John Eoherrg, (}; Carnar von, Northern division : William Ra£hbone, O Dumfres : Robert Reid, Gj East limerick: Jofin Fi'U cane, If; North Gralway - Colonel John Nola^ N ; Timothy Curran. McCarfchyite, was elected, for South Sligo. Tu-day's polling r suited in tf-e re turn of the following members:— Devon, TVorth Western Division; White, 6.; Forfar: Sigby. (>.; Kil. dare North, Kennedy, McCarthyite; Kincardineshire: Crombie, G : Louth South: Dr. Ambrose, McCarthy^; Suffolk, Nor^.f err. Division: F ster, G.; Wilts, North We tern Division : Peyde», C; Ka>t Tipperavy : T*os. Condon, 8T; Laeas er, NV«> ton division: Thomas Leigh, C; York, Normanton division : Be jamin Bicard, Q-. Nottingham. B^sselow divison : ...

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

—AND— MOSMAN STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS SHELLIE M CO. MOSM AN STREET, j -CHARTERS TOWERS. Engines of all descriptions, Vertical and Colonial Boilers, Pearii Cameron Steam Mining Pumps, Manchester Wall and Boiler Feed Pumps. Deane Direct Action Steam Pumps, Pulsometers, G Wynne's Centrifugals, Gould's Rotary and Haiid Pumps, Perkins and Althouse Windmills, Lloyd & Lloyd Pipes, Contractors' Machinery, Agricultural Implements, Engineers' Tools, Schram's Air Compressors and Rock Drills, Coach-builders' Goods, Blacksmiths', Plumbers', Tinsmiths' Machinery, Ice-making and Refrigerating- Plants (Pulsomet^r Co.'s). Catalogues Free- Enquiries Invited- Correspondence Solicited ! 01 , * ' v -r -A . 7 ■ \ 'N-V fl ii

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

—Just Landed A Sbipmbet or T. Aire W. Gmxwf* C B L. £ » R A T ED STB E L W X R 8 R O P E S. I C TORI A t i m b mm A W X L L MD ; Y A R D s. Hardwood, Pine, nnd wery description of Timber, like wise Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Hoofing Iron, aud alt Bailding Keqmsitei. ErcPf ^ Own XoaiM W H Y PA Y R E N T? A Grand Drawing on the Art Union Principle for 6 substantially Built 4-roomed *"c»ti ases t<> be orected upon any Residence Aim provided by ttie Lucky Winners. The Drawing to take p<ace on or about June 23, in the School of Arts, and of which due notice will be ^veo, fach of the Six Cottages tobe well and faithfully built, of the very Best Material and Workmanship, and valued a>t. £100 each- Owing to Hie great scarcity of Houses, And the inability of many to bnild, the Manager of die Victoria Saw Mills places a chance within tihe reach of all to cecure a comfortable home (for One Week'« Kent. #«® Tichets nt eo« Gticli. Tickets can be purchased from the Prin...

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