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SPORTING NEWS. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

TH« TURF, BACOT* FIX1UE S. May 14, 15:-Huglienden Annual Meet ing. Aeceptan °es and general entries May II. May 25 :-Towers Q.ueen'e Birthday Rac ing Club. May 23, 25,30:-Q.T.C. Autumn Meeting. May 28,29 :-Mufctaburra., June 4, 5:-Clone urry Annual. June 18, 19:-Townsville Annual. ISoin inations for handicaps May 15; weights May 29 : acceptances and general entries June 10. June 17, 18:-Kormautoa Annual. Jnne 25, 26:-Maryborough Annual. July 2, 3:-Towers Annual, Nominations for handicaps June 9 ; weights June 20; acceptances and general entries June 25. Jnly 2,3 : Croydon Annual. July 8, 9:-Roekliampton Annual.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegrams. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HEBERTON, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Latest Telegrams. Br ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HE«BERTOY, May 7. Two men, named Waddling and Quinn, - were this morning sentenced by Judge Noel to two years' imprisonment with hard labor for stealing ore, the property of the silver Mining Co., at Montalbion, but Quinn was liberated under the Offenders Probation Act. COOKTOWX, May 7. The action of the Chamber of Commerce in advocating the extension of the railway to Palmerrille is meeting with the endorsement and support of the great bulk of the people throughout the district. The Chamber lias published a pamphlet, being a .Parliamentary history of the -railway, compiled by the secretary, Mr Armit, which elucidates their action. BKISB AJTE, May 7 TJie offices of Warden and Police Magis trate at Charters Towers have been divided. Mr, W. M. Mowbray, who has filled the dual position, but who was recently suspended, will retain the position of Warden, while Mr. C. A. M. Morris, the Police Magistrate at Muttaburra...

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New System for Handicaps. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Sew System for Handicaps. To our American cousins belongs a new suggestion in tlie way of handi capping, and one wliich, were it brought into use, would overcome many of the objections to the present system, and though its novelty might at first seem a little startling to those of conservative notions, when duly considered, there is nothing unwork able about it; indeed from every point of view it seems to exactly meet what is required by a handicap, namely, to give as many horses as possible a chance to win. The following are the conditions of the Fourth of July Handicap, published by the Monmouth Park Racing Asso ciation :-" A handicap sweepstakes of 10 sovs each, h.f., or only 2 sovs if declared on the dav before the day appointed for the race ; weights to be published on the second day before the race ; the winner of any handicap after the publication of the weights to carry 51b extra; the horses entered to be divided into two classes and the stake into two stakes, those acceptin...

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Cable Intelligence. A BIG FAILURE. AN EXPERT FOR BROKEN HILL. THE STOPPAGE OF THE DARDANEL ES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Cable Intelligence. A BIG- FAILURE. AN EXPERT FOE BROKEN HILL. TICE gTOPPA<XE OF THE ' DARDANEL ES. SERIOUS RIOTS. DEATH OF DR. MAGEE. JEW! H PERSECUTION. THE SILTER FOOL. CAPTAIN VERNEY BEFORE THE COURT. STRIKE IN BELGIUM. BRITISH SQUADRON OPDEREJ) TO NEWFOUNDLAND. THE HON; B. D. ICOREHEAD'S ILLNESS. DR. MAGEE'S SUCCESSOR. TFTE STONE MARKET ELECTION. AN IMPORTANT SYNDICATE. RAILWAY ACCIDEN R. LOXDOK, fipril 30. ~-<*»j?ni*ther evick^u^; was taken to-day at Bow street Police Court in the case against Gap tain Veraey, M.P. for North Buckingliam . shire, who is charged with aiding and abetting a women to procure young women for Im moral purposes. The accused was committed for . ferial, but allowed oat on bail, which . amounts to £15,000. The Portuguese have occupied Massikesssi. The police who were guarding the Mozam bique Company's stores, quietly retired. A>i important syndicate has been formed for the 'erection of smelting and harbor works at Strahan (Tasman...

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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

TUBF GOSSIP. (Br HERMIT.) Mr W. B. Steel, from Wint»n, ie just now in Charters Towers on his way through from, the south. He is the owner of Glare, who has j ust been running successfully at Winton. I understand that he won a fair state over his victories. There are not many horses at present at work in Townsville. At Cluden Harry Grant has M orok, Ivanhoe, and Miss Consequence, whilst at the Royal Oak Jack Riley is located with Coogee and Confidence. Mr. Hainan's colt, Harvester, who is doing most of his work on the old track, I think com pletes the list. I have to acknowledge the receipt of a programme of the Rockhampton Annual Meeting, which take place on July 8 and l9. They have 1060 govs to run for, ex clusive of sires' subscriptions, and it is a pity that so good a programme should clash with the Towers meeting. North and South Queensland never seem to quite hit their dates as one could wish, but a certain amount of clashing is not very easy to avoid. Rockhampton's old dates i...

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Strike of Bakers lit Adelaide [BY ELECTRIC TELEGEAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ADELAIDE, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Strike of Bakers lit Adelaide* EHSCTEIC TELEGEAPH.] [FFLOM OUFI OW3S COSRESPOJTDENT.] ADELAIDE, May 4. The bakers' difficulty reached its climax: on. Saturday, when the men went out in the evening. Several master bakers met the. men, and agreed to their terms, nine signing the agreement. All the others refused, and when the men left work their places were filled. Later. The bakers' strike still continues. The t journeymen state that over half the union bakers employed these contribute towards the support of those who are out on strike. They further add that they hare sufficient funds to keep the strike going for a long: time yet. The masters, however, say they have experienced little or no difficulty in working their shops with non-union labor, the applications for work being in excess of what they require. They, therefore, look upon the strike as being practically settled in tbeir favor.

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TOWERS QUEEN'S BITHDAY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

TOWERS QUEEN'S BITHDAY RACING^ CLUB. 1 Tlie following entries - were received on Wednesday. . FtfiKG HJOTICAP-SOsovs., <5 furlongs. Mexican, Confidence, Old Scrubber, Soma, Messenger, Beiidigo,' Afghan. Castaway, Vaanpire, Maid of Leeds, Grildus, Abundance, Shamrock. Wemeb-50sore. 9 furlongs : Sunlight, laady tine, Toomba, The Broker, Garrjow^o, I Afghan, John Peel, diamine, Tafc&er, j Sunbeam, Sampson, Maid of Jjeeds, <Hlduss ! Miranda, EebeL ' Queen's BiETiroAF^llAiijJicAP, 110 rnvs, If miles,-Cunnamulla, Leon, Donovan, IWiss Consequence, Jessamine, Barton Blink, Corsican, Crildus, Shamrock, Ivanhoe. SHORTS* Handicap, 30 sovs, f mile.-" Saladin, Marquis, Old Scrubber, Bally, Mes senger, The Broker, John Peel, Caraway, Coogee, Vampire, Gildus, Abundance, Rebel, Confidence, Foxliuuter. " SOCIETIES' Hafbicap, to sovs, If miles. j Cunnamulla, Leon, Toomba, Beudigo, Mis? Consequence, Mexican, Jessamine, Barto» ! Blink,. Faugh-a-Ballagh, Corsican, Gildus, S...

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Another Strike. THIS TIME A REGIMENT OF MIL[?]A. MELBOURNE, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Auotbcr Strike. THIS TIME A REGIMEJJT OF MILI1IA. MELBOUEKE, May 1. A general strike occurred last evening at Ballarat amongst tlie members of the 3rd regiment of militia. Disaffection had been prevalent for some time, in consequence of the action of the Regimental Sergeant Major, who a fortnight ago placed one of his sergeants under arrest for insubordination, and for continuing to drill squad recruits when requested to desist. The sergeant arrested is the most popular man in the regiment. The drill last night was under the conduct of the Regimental t ergeant Major, IgSfcJat the -hour of muster only eglit men out oi*92 fell in. The room, however,, was surrounded by a couple of hundred militia, in plain clothes with their sym pathisers, and when the eight men left the building, they were greeted with cries of " blackleg," " scab," and other names. An enquiry is likely to be held.

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SYDNEY TURF LUB. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

SYDNEY TURF * LUB. (BY EIIECTEIC TETEASAPH.) (FROM OTTB. OWK CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. Mav 5 The following entries were received to day for tlie principal events at tlie Queen's Birthdav meeting of the Sydney Turf Club: RorAL STAKES. Telephone, Silence, Navarelie, Demuan, Bungebah, Dick, Chor ister, Magdala, Pride, Gay time, Little Lady, Brown jacket, Paris, The Markee, Hugo, Theodore, The Bake, Whitefoot, Eut«rpi» Escort, Marie, Miesie, Corvette, Velasquez, Miles, £fcandish, Sophietta, Plover, Ernest, Repeater, Playmate, Acushla, Wilga, Tri dentine, Sunshine, Aieidee, Mark Tap-ley, Blythewood, Young Mabel, Thelma, Volney, Damask, Splendora, Helene, King Olaf, Kilmore, Lady Lovel, Cardoness, Retort^ Oddfellow,«" ouceit, Ainina, Marvel, Knight Templer, Victor Hugo, Cent&ar, Halo, Bella, Zephyr. QUEEN'S. BIKTHBAY CUP-Vespasia, Ellen* stene, Splendora, Dcnman, Aviemore, Mos cow, Kilmore, Cardoness, Aiaima, Wilga, Tridentine, Jack, Young Mabel, Warrego, Volney, Hop Bitters, Magnus...

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The "Pink Eye" Disease in Horses. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] SYDNEY, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

The "Piuk Eye" Disease in Horses. (B5T ELECTBIC TELEG-BAPH-) [FROIE OUB OW3T CORBESPOXDEXT.3 Sydxev, May 5. Ti : "j.L. i L- i_ l i jjuring me Last wees several iiorses in Wallsend Pit, Newcastle, have been, attacked with " pink eye." The malady lias since spread rapidly, and yesterday 68 animals were, disabled, and it was found impossible to cany on the work of tke mine. Some of the animals are almost recovered, but others are very bad. So far nine have died. The management expect every horse in the stable to be more or less affected. In many other colonies extra precautions are being taken to prevent horses contracting the disease.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

~ T.fl, i I ISK: MOSMAN-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. ? U-v. fiv- ? JOTTN IIOIMBERG lias pleasure in informing Ms Friends and the Public generally that he has resumed the occu pation of Hie above Hotel, and solicits a Share of Patronage. The Management will be under the immediate ion of Mrs. Romberg. Only the Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, etc., kept. Accommodation for Boarders Second to Towers. ?;Yc:~r ' Every Convenience for Commercial Gentlemen. Large and Well-fitted Sample Booms. BILLIARD ROOM. Forwarding, Coi jf VVB2W V *WC V CARRIERS, lissiou, and Insurance Agents and Wholesale Produce Merchants. ?Ir-.:: ^Custom House and Shipping Business Transacted. Freight and Duty Paid and Goods Sent to all parts of Queensland and. the adjacent Colonies. Office and deceiving MDWit. 11® Goods. and Machinery delivered to any part of the Meld. aeiinii in n ® i ilf §If III, 'Tobacconists, Stationers, Newsagents, Seokseliers and Taney (Seods dealers, GILL-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. »? r»i<i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

7-~il'v* .. || T;-, v," - i .*' , -i.-" Z: ?' . ".; ; - ^ . ' U . ; . ' ? £>*? it?.*;-.-;. . ^ ^7 : * . . Siiffllil , '..:V:'-\ V--' "/.?>> J>v .hi-." - ? . MIISrjNGr AGENTS: ?' i ? . - ... ' s.'.; .:" ;:-i: =-v-" - ^Tto Best Pale Ale iu the Market. Support Local Industry. Wliolesale andEaniily Grocers, Wine, Spirit, and Provision Merchants, > Fliuders Street, Towusi UIe. DIRECT SHIPMENTS from London Every Month by B. I. Steamers and Sailing Vessels,; Country Orders carefully executed. N D E R ' 'Hi L L & Co., , Members of the Stock Exchange of Charters ' Towers, Limited. -

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CUrrent notes [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

awcross tlie following in city letter in Truth:-" I doubt whether It would be ; *'possible to place, say, £50,000 of Col-' *' onial Stock without giving that, market fife. " . - The speculative investor, the oper " ator for short turns, is almost extinct, for "the time, and the -investor pure and simple lias been so much frightened^ by all the *£ lying stories which hare been put about " that he is afraid to move. We want a few " good features to crop up to give the market tone again.15 Queensland can give the investor a few true stories that may reassure Mm, in attempts to derail trains, cut in two railway bridge piles, maim cattle, kill horses, and fire stations. And as " good features' we may point out the desire to nationalise land and distribute wealth generally, and, as an extra inducement to the investor pure and simple," the Treasury is being rapidly depleted in the maijitainance of peace in the pastoral districts. L/abouchere's men are not usually very far out in their tips...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Al«x.«v IiAND A SPECIALITY. MAC'S MAIlT, FLINDEBS-ST., «!? O W 35ST S ~%T II* X* SS - THE new THE NEW WEEKLY PAPER J WEEKLY PAPER! THE twtfomt lfW»itt8 PUBLISHER In connection with the" Northern Miner.? ' C%4& PAGES FOB £\P 25t> PAGES FOB Od.! . - << UOBTHEBN MINING BEGISTEB." Hie prestige enjoyed for so many years by tlie Minek, as a daily, warrant® tary inoifering the public a PAGE WEEKLY, which, will be full or the Jjatest Local, Colonial, Intercolonial, and European News. " NORTHERN MINING BEGISTEB." The Latest Cabled Quotations from Lon don and the other great commercial centres ?will make the Beghstbb a necessity to the merchant and producer. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" Week by week wiUap2^^BICrlS-4i. ABTICLJ^sJSffiiSentScientific Specialists '^KOBTHEBN MINING BEGISTEB." The Meteorological Notes and Stock Move ments will make it the constant rode mecum of Pastoralists. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Correspondence from its Agents, in all tiia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

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Strange Conduct of a Bank Official. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Strange Conduct of a Bank Official. i (BY ELECTRIC TELE&KAPH.) (FROM OTTB OWN COEEESPONBEOT.) STDNBY, May 5. Precisely at the moment when an inspec tor walked into one of tbe suburban branches of a leading bank yesterday one of the officials fled, only to return later on and band over a sum of money, which lie said belonged to the bank. He made a faithful promise that a complete restitution would be made of such amounts as be had helped him self to.

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Serious Outbreak Diptheria DEATH OF FIVE CHILDREN IN ONE FAMILY. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM Our OWN CORRESPONDENTS SYDNEY, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Serious Outbreak Diptlteria* DEATH OF FIVE CHILDREN I3f ONE FAMILY. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FEOK OCE OW3T COBRBSPOKTJEKTSJ SYDISRER, May 1. * ? * 1 1 A jfen extremely dangerous outbreak or diptheria occurred to some residents of Alfredtown, 10 miles from Wagga, where a family of 5 children, named Adams, died at one tame. The parents of the cliildren were so ill that they were unable to assist the others. An old woman named Wright, 72 years of age, living at Kjamba Creek, a few miles away, volunteered as nurse at Adams', and contracted tlie disease. She succumbed yesterday morning. One of the eeven sHr- j vivors of the Adams family is in a very ^ precarious condition. The whole have removed to a tent near the where they have been confined for some time. One of the girls, who was received recently as au inmate to the hospital, is suffering from paralysis. It is proposed to destroy Adams' house, which is of little value.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 30. A conference or tlie Master xfakers and Journeymen's Association opened to-day, and nine delegates were present, from which Mr Uicholls. the President of the Master Bakers' Association, -was elected to the chair. Mr A. H. Menz# a master baker, with a view to opening the discussion, moved that the subject of an agreement be entered into bv two representative bodies, and that any employer should be at liberty to engage any tradesman, providing lie gives same rate of pay per hour as fixed hereafter between the two bodies. After discussion, in which it was said unionists would never work with non-uni»raste, the resolution was carried unanimously. AD8X,MDE, May 4. Mr. J. K". Partes, Inspector of Mines, leaves to-day for Sydney, en route for the Jforthern Territory, to examine the mines there* The journeymen butchers' demonstration was celebrated on Saturday night. At the conclusion an agreement with the employers was adopted, by which the hours of lab...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April BO. The Premier bad. an interview to-day with Sir Henry Partes and the Hon. Thomas Playford, relating to the best method of placing the federation question before the Parliaments and people of the colonies. What was regarded as a practically unani-J mous understanding was arrived at, and it was arranged that the three Premiers should bring the course suggested under the notice of their colleagues. The Hon. Jas. Monro states that the conference was exceedingly 1 satisfactory. That a considerable amount of . light was. thrown on matters affecting the ? federation question. Mr Playford Baid tliat I in South Australia there was a strong feeling ] that the Federal Parliament be elected on the j one man one vote principle. j The pastoralists at Warnambool have de- I cided to establish a branch of the Pastoral lets' Union. ' MELBOUBNE, Maj 1. ! A telegram has been received from the Major-General touching the military com mandants deciding that the guns at Thurs d...

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Strike of Kanaka Laborers. (BY BLECTFILC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY ISLAKD, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

j Strike of fianalm Laborers. (BY BLECTFILC TJEIIEGSAFJB:.) (FSOBC ODE OWIR COBBESPOXDENT.) THURSDAY ISIAKD, May 2. - - - - « - 5.1-4 It is rumored that ten South 5Sea iflann natives, who were engaged at 7b ® day clear the ground for surveying work in con nection with the proposed fortifications, have struck work, demanding 10s daily. The action of the military authorities in engaging kanakas when white laborers were available is being much censured.

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