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

BTJGBY FOOTBALI. {br nbmo.1 I had intended giving a full account of ■ yesterday's sport, but the stern decree "no space" compels me to give the bare heads. The match, Fire Brigade v Defence Force, of which, teams the names have already been published, was played in the morning. The two half-hours decided on were quite enough, as the morning, was a scorcher—no breeze, - an d a baking sun. The Fire Brigade won,. 1" scoring 11 points in each half; total at finish 22—-love. Trevarrow showed the best form in the Brigade team, and amongst the soldiers J?. Toll did the best work ; his tackling was first-class. <3-. L. 3i. Hely distinguished himself, elamore of applause Sallowing his unique exposition of the game.

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WANDERNERS V. RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Wakdeeeeb v. Rakgebs. This match was also favored with a fl ming ) sun. Ayere played with the Sangere, and Captain iSpeakman had Messrs Mason an Motton as recruits. A la-ge croWd wit, nessedthe gamo. Speakman kicked off, and Pemberton mulling (t he sun. was in his eyes) shifted play to Ranger end, Mel lamby and Hutton relieved, and then qame running exchanges, until Bjan put in a good run, and passed to Anderson, shifting play again to the Sanger, end, where, after some give and take plar, the Rangers had to save—time, ,; llinin — 'r yan kicking at goal: ineead of running or passing. McLean took Mellamby'e kick out and ready ran in -(there; From throw in Speakman passedvto Byan and hepassed forward to Andergbn, missing a second chance of scoiiag. Cjawford took the hall from a maik by Milium and ran it up infcaWanderer 25, whereshorily afterwardsAyers, as I thought, got a try, but the umpire whistled the hall back, 'ihe ganve ooir slowed down,Adair ran the ball up from liiB 25~to nea...

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FOOTBALL NOT A REPRESENTATIVE TEAM TO THB EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

* 1*00 rB AXiis. SOT A REPSESE^TATIVD TEAM. "TO 7THB EPITOB. • Dear Sir,—Befeiring to the enclosed cutting from the Northern ftJiNEfror the 13th 3une last, X am directed by my committee to .state; that the football team recently flaying in Chaafexs Towers was not sent up hy fchiB Uhion, and that Ihe, o:her statements con tained therein are, with one except! to, also incorrect. I write this, not from any: wish to detract fetom your victories,, bn¥ in order that thrre , especially on Hie &st hSatd. The Past G-rammar School .• • Club cerfcftinly didin accordance with oiir " bye-lawB, oMain permission from the Union to Bend up ateam, but with that the Union eharein the transaction beean andended. lam, Ydiireobt., " OB^iSBY J. WILKIJfS, Son "- ecrefcary & I reasurer l^orthemBugbylTiuoiL. Brisbane, July6th, 1992. The enclosure referred to iB as follows:— **■.&& there is some desire to know what sort ofiteam is visiting us, I willallay all curios ity in the ...

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NORTH QUEENSLAND RIFLE ASSOCIATION, TOWNSVILLE. FIRST DAY, JULY 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

NORTH QITEENSLiSD RIFLE ASSO CIATION, TOWHSV£LLE. FIRST DAT, JULY 14th. The- following were the events decided to-day:— QUEERS PEIZB £&% divided into 19 prizes, Mid Grold Medal presented by Mr. ft. Barnett, value £5 5«. Open to members of the Defence Force of Queensland, Volunteers, end Cadets, Police, and Members of die Association, bong bona fide residents of Queensland- First prize, £10; second prize, £7; .third prize. £5; fourth p-ize, £4; fifth prize, £3; sixth prize, £2 ; five prizes, £1 each; eight prizes, 10a each. 200 500 600 TL yds yds yds S. S. Elliot, C.T.R.C ... 30 33 38—101 0. A. Rannie, R.R.C. ... 29 41 29— 99 W. Scott, C.T.R.C. ... 31 33 32 - 96 A. Be Cas'ris, C.T.R.C.. 25 32 38— 95 J. Thompson, C.T.R.C ... 26 .37 '32— 95 W. H. Aplin, T.R.C. ... 30 35 30— 95 3. Allen, K.ILC. 26 31 37— 94 S. Golding, C.T.R.C. ... 25 35 34— 94 <5. Hartley, G.TM.0. ... 29 44 21—94 A. 5. Foster, C.T.R.C. ... 29 35 29— 93 A. Millican, C.T.R.C. ... 23 36 26— 90 L. Bill, ...

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

WM. NEILSON'S AMERICAN ART STUDIO, OPPOSITE SCHOOL OF ABT3, MOSMAHf-STREET, CHA&TEELS TO WEBS. J. C. BU toft, J. Til*e, Artists. W. N. hftTing erected a New Studio at tHe obore address is prepared to execute Portraits of every description from Miniature to Life Sieein Water 3ol rs, Black and White, &c.f either direct or from the Photograph. JT. O BiXiTOFT —Awarded Three First Medals, fiockharapton; avmded Bint Prize Indian and Intercolonial Exhibition". J. Tjxsb—Awarded Firet Brace Medal, Townsville; amided First Prise Certificate, Chuten Towers. Specimens ob tuv at the Studio. Inspection invited. The Brilliant Boot Mart. B"VT ICUOLAS, Praetieal Boot and shoe Maker, lately carrying on tednen in • J3I MoBman-street, wishes to announce that he is now established in those newly «eeted, large, and commodious premises situated just below the Sunburst Hotel, Gill street, and respectfully solicits a continuance i f the patronage of his old friends and customers. The new sho...

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION CALEDONIANS V. QUEENTON RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

BRITISH ASSOCIATION CAX.ED01TCAS3 T. QtTEENTON BAKOEK8. (By Onixjoker) Hie first real fast Association game of any consequence was played amidst a good con course of spectators on the Rangers' ground on Saturday afternoon, between that Club and the lately-organised Caledonians, who, in their chocolate and white halves, reminded me of the famous Bolton Wanderers' play. The game was rather late of stalling for an hour and a-halFs play, but not fate enough for the sun, which greatly marred the right and left wing players of both teams in the first half, which was a faceimile of the Rangers' last match with Townsville, pretty fast, with the Caledonian forwards playing a real good unselfish game, spoiled greatly by their fumbling at goal. Once at the lower end in the first half, the right wing and his " feed" had tiie Bangers9 goal in Jeopardy, the b^l) lying dead about th»ee yards in front of the sticks, yet they let the Hangers9 back e'ip in and send the ball up the field, thereby losi...

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

THIS BIFLE. . AhandBome eilVer ehie'd, in circular form, and measuring about two feet in diameter, has been presented by Major-Cheneral T. A. Owens, E.A., Commandant of the Queens land Defence Force, to fee won by the best shooting corpsm the jNbrthem military district of Queensland. The shield » of elegant workmanship, beautifully embossed with representations of the gladiators of old, and will be highly prized bythe corps which is fortunate enough to become its possessor. It is at present on view in Messrs. Holliman and Co.'s window in Gill-street.

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A Great Composer. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

A Great Composer. SIR ABTHXTR SULIIVAN. Sic Arthur was born in London on the 13th of May, 1842 ; he was the son of the principal Frofessor at Kneller Ball (the Military Academy of Made). He received his musical instructions as choir-boy at Chapel Royal, Windsor, under Bev Thomas Helmore. He studied also under Mr (aftewards Sir) Sterndale Bennett at Leipzig, returning to Sngland in 18tfl, bringing with him his music to Shafcespare's " Tempest," which soon found public favour. But his laurels will rest on his burlesque operettas, which he produced in conjunction with Messrs Gilbert and D'Oyly Carte,-which proved a financial success to everybody concerned. Among the most popular were " Trial by -i ury," produced in 1875. Then fo lowed " The Sorcerer," " H M.S. Pinafore." Mikado," "Yeomen of the Guard," and ° The Gonodoliers." But. alas, the best of friends must part, and the famous trio fell disputing, and resorted to law, when it transpired that Mr Carte had alread paid to ir Arthur a...

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

T Jvailway Refreshment ROOMS, Q U B xiv ^ T O M. PROPRIETOR. Only the Best Wines, Spirits, and Malt L»iquor& are Hold. -Mc WILLI^P JENKI]5^. 3N ARCADE, FACING MOSMA^ STREET. SR. A. E. FACE begs to notify to the residents «f Charter* Towers m a.nd District that they have received another Largs Shipment of his Famous SCHOOL, BOOTS, Al;so » Large Shipment of LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ENGLISH, CON TINENTAL. AND COLONIAL BOOTS AND SHOES AND SLIPPERS, From ail the Leading Manufacturers. K.B.—Repairs Neatly and Promptly executed. A. E. FACE, ARCADE. English Hand-sewn Boots. just arriyed a grand assortment of UJEQPALLSD FOR Ityle, FlnisSi. sssoelli GENTS' W^LKIlsrO boots OEjSTTS' shooting boots -FOR THE LADIES. Ai.1, C&ASBSS Off Ladies' Boots, Shoes, and Slippers BBCMT TBB BEE* ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL MAKERS. IRS?SOfI0!l IRYIfm JOSEPH WILTSHIRE, TOWERS B0OT PALACE, GILL STREET, charters towers. GILL STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS, Next door to Drummond & Co. ^RS. ROBERT DOTT,...

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[NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] "STAND FAST, CRAIG ROYSTON!" New Nobel, All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XIII.—THE GRAWING Fox. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

[NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.}] " Stand Fast, Craig Royston !" Nfto Nofccl, BY WILLIAM BLACK, Author of " A Princess of Thnle," " Sabina Zembra," " The New Prince ; Fortimatus," &c„ &c. xtigiits Reserved. ************ * * * * * ******* * * * ******* CHAPTER XIII.—The trNAwisa Fox. Bat be was not disheartened by those ominons words of hers, not even on the following morning, when he found the little thoroughfare so strangely silent and empty, and the two windows over the way become vacant and devoid of charm. He had the high eou>ag« and imi etuoas will of youth; seeing no difficulties or dangers ahead, he refused to believe in any; Maisrie had dot denied hiro her love, therefore she must be his wife ; and all the future shone fair And so he s^t to work on hi> Mendover j lecture; and made good progress, even • if his thoughts went sometimes flying j away down to Brighton. As for the lecture itself—well, perhaps certain of its contentions and illustrations would have surp...

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

DAWN ENGINE TOWERS STREET. THE ERECTION AND REPAIRING OF STEAM ENGINES, AIR COMPRESSORS, GEARING AND MACHINERY OF EVERY CLASS, FOR MINE AND MILLING PURPOSES, RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION. P U M P S For Mining,Irrigating, Wool-washing, &c. quoted for on Application. Stations requiring Machinery, or having same to erect will have our PROMPT ATTENTION! M. & Co. ha?e arranged for Supplying ALL CLASSES OF MACHINERY. TOWERS @«H#AN & @9, MAKE A SPECIALITY OF BATTERY REQUISITES, STAMPER SHOE OF BEST HARD HEMATITE, AIM D BEBDAH PANS, FREE FBOIC BLOW-HOLKS. All Work in Iron or Brass of Best Description and Quality of Material. ATES GIVEN.

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

CARDIFF STORE, TOP OF HIOH-ST.. D AY DAWN RIDGE. T, JONES, Family ttr»c«T and Produce Dealer. OWING- to Increasing Trade, it has be come necessary to enlarge the present premises, and in order to do so I am now disposing of Goods, consisting of a Large Assortment of Crockery and Hardware, at a Very Be 'uced Rate. Crofcpies, Farn-i :t»«l Bairy also at Reduced Rales to meet the times. DK, APERY, SADIES' & CHILDREN'S^ UfiDEACLO'i11 IX;>, &c., &c. Remembcu the Adbeess — CARDIFF STORE, XOP OF lHCfll-STKEKT.

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SHE WILL NEVER TELL THE SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

SHE WILL NEVER TE LL THE SECRET. Here is a piece of glass; it is cut into facets ; it is pure white glass ; it Is fit to be one of the pendants hanging from a chande lier in a millionaire's drawing room; it is about as big as a hazelnut. How it sparklet as I hold it up between my thumb and finger. Yet it is merely glass, and scarcely worth a shilling, oh! if * only knew how .to turn it into a diamond!— a blue or a rose diamond! Why, there a*e thousands who would give ail their health, and then mort gage their souls, to buy it of me. Then good-bye to work and care, for I should be rich beyond the dreams of avarice. Who will Bhow me the pro-ess P Alas nobody. Who will tell me how to transmute tin or copper into shining gold P Alas! nobody. A bit of coal is carbon. A diamond is also> carbon. Where is the link between them? We yearn to know. Thousands of men hare burned out life's candle in the effort to ascertain. How vain'y! in the bosom of her lulls Nature hides that secret, as sh...

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Watch Your Nose. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Watch Your Mose. Already the claim is made that one's die-1 position is outlined by his nose. According I to the Buffalo Commercial, large nostrils show courage. People of fearless dispositions breathe fully and freely* All the fiercer ani mals have dilated nostrils. The drooping nostrils show histrionic talent. If the nose also droops, it denotes i ragic power, and if only the nostril the capacity is marked for the interpretation of come *y. When the nose is thin at the bridge it shows generosity, while a nose that is thick at the bridge argues inquieitiveness. When it rs tip-tilted like the petal of a flower,' the person is inquisitive. A projecting nose argnes a disposition to in vestigate. It is ahead of the person as it were * Mid wants to sc nt out things. Look at your j nose in the glass and see what sort of person 1 you are any way. If yoor cose is blue you j have a bad circulation, if very pale you are I suffering from poority of blood, if full of blackheads, which you can ...

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The Late Mr. John Murray. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

The Late Mr. John Murray. By the death of Sir. John Murray, the well i known publisher, one is lost who connected us with the dajB of Byron Born In 1806, John Murray' the t'<ird of 'he ilk, received a keen impressiou of the meeting between Scott and Byron in 1815 in Albemarle Street. " Although I was only Beven years old," he .wrote, *' I can recollect seeing Lord Byron in | Albemarle Street. He wore many rings on I his fingers, and a brooch in hi" shirt front, which was embroidered.*' Again, in those very same rooms, in 1824, Mr. Murray re membered a very memorable scene, when on May 7th a party of gentlemen assembled to discuss what was to be done with Byron's memoirs, after the poor's death. Amongst those present were the older Mr. Murray, Mir. Moore, Co . Doyle, representing Lady Byron, and you- g Murray who was then six teen. During his long life he saw the cheapening of boobs, and no doubt his memoirs if ever published, will be weiy in teresting to all lovers of lit...

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M. d[?]aal. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

M, H•-* staaL Hie Russian government in accordance with, its jealous pol cy, is a out to remove its Ambassador from England. The motive for this traurfe*-, which is almost exclusively Russian, is from fear that if the Minister re mained too long, he might fo m ties which would weaken 'he linet at connects him with his own country. M. de Steal is one of the most dignified and exclusive of the diplomatic body, is somewhat' retiring, only appearing at the leading London houses. The entertain ments at th Russian Embassy in Gh^sham Place, are limited both in number and guests. Occasionally there is a small reception, but a stiff dinner pa ty is the u^ual thing. Made moiselle de Sta-.il, his daughter, is dignified and vivacious, and although handsome is not a beauty. - .

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

MPGRTERS OF ALL CLASSES BlilLDlHCMATtRIALS IRONMONGERY STOVES RAHGES4' ^ - r^t poors sa ■ffiewCHuOHTS CASEMENTS ft LARGE ASSORTMENT OF -QUEENSLAND plNt.HAROWOOO v-t>V rfnAR.GRttiOl* PINE < JCW-FOSNIAN reowoog ToWjlsVilLE Ste/im SfW Aflo PiAffifiG Mats Alio Wooowa^e Factor/ architraves' SK«R fifties. MOL'tawes . ' *'U S S»ER y. ^ FR£T VORK i going .. rI M-vw/U. lUt 0- o o —o- a h*mxv xjxusiieb ; riam a;;c J5ancy, Foiished and Silvered Plate Glass, Beer Engines, Bolts and Nuts, «fcc., &c, Regular Shipments arriving monthly. Wire Mattresses manufactured on the premises, of the very best quality; frames of Moulded Maple varnished and finished in best manner. Mining Timber tongaed and grooved for shafting purposes, accurately fitted, prepared by machinery.

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

The Waterworks Board. The monthly meeting of the Waterworks l >oard took pla-e yeBterday morning, there being present Mr K. H T. Plant (in the chair} and Messrs B. Toll, J- Byrne, and I. Huckland. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and the outward correspondence adopted, the inward being received. The resolution passed at the second sit tings of the conference of the Northern Local Authorities, relating to obtaining the opinion;) of the various northern local authorities on the subject of the Valuation and Hating Act, was forwarded by the clerk, D. F, Treeby. A letter from W. Pavison asked that the petition recently sent in by residents of the Kxcelsior Kidge for an extension of "the water main might be considered. Two meet ings ago this application was amongst a number which it had been decided should be carried out as soon as funds would permit, and it was resolved to reply that it- should be taken into consideration at the next meeting of the Board. P...

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

Bbcosd Day, The following are the fall scores;— - lOntBEBfi' MATCH. £30 divided into nineteen prizes- Open to members of the Association only. Sevan rounds at 500 yards, and seven rounds at 600 yards. One tighter at each range optional. Fntranee, 3s. Position prone. First prize, £7; second prize, £5; third prize, £4; two .prizes at £2 each, £4; six prizes at£l each, £6; eight prizes at 10b each, £1; 39 entries W. Richards, CTRC ... 60 G". A. Bannie, BEG ... ... ... 68 Pon. W. Aplin, TEG 57 W. &. Aplin, TRC — ... ... 55 O. LJackfon TBC ... ... ... 54 H. S. Elliot CTB1 53 F. Wiiimett, TEC ... ... ... 52 W. Harris, CTRC 52 L. Hill, BBC ... 51 J. Allen, BBC 50 E. N. Collins, CTBC3 50 A. Be Oastxis, GTBO ... ... ... 49 J. Thompson, C TBC ... ... ... 49 H. Gordon, T°C... ... ... 49: Lt. A. Short, TBC ... 49 D. Butterworfch, TRC ... ... ... 46 &. B. Smith, TBC ... 46, N.Smvthe. BBC... ... ... ... '45 A. E. Blucher, K.RC ... ... ... 45 £15 15s ; open to one team only of seve...

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