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TUFF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

TU&W GOSSIP. (By Heejut.) Under the heading " Queensland Facing,' in the Touon and Country Journal, the follow ing appears:—'1 he late twodajs' race meet ing held by the Charters Towers Jockey Club proved a great success, in spite of the very poor acceptances, and the clab made a profit of over £700 in connection therewith. Ihe sum of £18,000 passed through thetotalisator during both daps, which is the record for j Queensland. This distinction «as previously j held by th» Brisbane Tattersall's Club, at j whose spring meeting, in Rosebauk's yea1*, j over £14,000 was put through the "auto- J maton." JSeariy ±22,«X0 was invested at the Queensland Turf Club's spring races ; in 1890, but it must be rem em- j bered that the meeting extended ; over three days. Racing seems to have an j infatuation whi h is relished keenly by the J denizens of the "golden city," as evidenced t fey the fact that the jockey club gives away j £10,CC0 in prizes every year. The business j pays, too, as, ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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[?]AVENSWOOD JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

FAVENSWOOD JOCKEY CLUB. A&KUAIi MEETING. [br JETbsiux j FIRST DAY. Beautifol weather and the prospects of some ] very fair racing brought a good number of visitors to Bavenswood for the annual races, butthe place wasnot bo crowded as I have Been it on former occasions, and nearly all the visitors from Towntville and Charters Towers were those which arrived by Wednesday night's train, which also brought six or seven of the horses. It is a pity that convenient train arrangements were not provided, for it is a certainty that an early train from Charters Towers on Thursday morning, meeting the Townsville early train at the junction, and thus landing passengers at Bavenswood in j plenty of time for the races, would have been largely availed of by p'easure seekers and j race-goers. The department however sets its j face agAnst horse racing in any shape or form, j | in which, by t he way, it is somewhat like the child quarrelling with its bread and -butter. There was not much overn...

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

-SEC03JD DAY The Ravens wood Jockey Club !ia3 another beautiful day for the conclusion of ilieir meet ing, and the attendance at the coarse was about equal to that of the preceding day. The racing, however, was hardly so good. When first the programme appeared I re marked upon a mistake which, was made in bringing out all the handicaps so long before hand, in addition to which no penalties were imposed, upon any winners excepting the winner of the Publicans Pur?e, who incurred a penalty for the Jockey Club Handicap. This mistake became very apparent on Fri day, as the shotfc handicaps on that day were left entirely at the. mercy of one horse, thus destroying much in* erest and speculation. No. doubt, however, the committee will profit by this experience when uex* they issue a pro gramme. The Shorts Handicap was the first race of the day, and was also m wamjiio of what I have just referred to, flHStauefcy, t the same comparative weightffl^Wn the Flying, and unpenalised, had'^pply no ...

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Q.T.C.WINTER MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH). BRISBANE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Q.T.CL WINTER MEETING. (B¥ TfiliEGBAPH). BsisBiSB, July 12. The following weights have been declared Cor the principal handicaps at the August meeting of the Queensland Turf Club :— Q.T.C. HANDICAP—1£ miles. fifi lb sfc lb Realm 10 6 Elsinore 8 2 Spler.dide ... 9 9 La Orange ... 8 0 Tallboy 9 6 Straightshot... 7 10 Talkative 9 4 Canobie 7 8 SljBlBB 9 2 Lford Heading Prime Minister 9 0 ton 7 8 Dillon 8 10 Pirate 7 5 Sir Oliver ... 8 8 Clinker 7 5 Goronella 8 8 Wandering Decoy 8 8 Jjew 7 4 Sing Hong ... 8 4 Jjady 6 8 Bobadil 8 2 EXHIBITION handicap.—1 mile. Splendide ... 9 11 Stray Shot ... 7 ; 12 Tallboy 9 9 Lord Heading Talkative 9 6 ton 7 10 Elymas 9 4 Clinker 7 5 Prime Minist'r 9 2 Wandering Dillon 9 0 Jew 7 5 Sir Oliver ... 8 12 Veraepes 7 2 SingSong ... 8 10 {dmette 6 12 Decoy 8 9 Minister € 10 Corenella ... 8 9 Beale 6 10 EInnote 8 5 Ijaiy... ... 6 10 Babadil 8 4 Tridentote ... 6 5 lia Grange ... 8 3

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VICTORIA RACING CLCB. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE MEETING. SECOND DAY. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

VICTORIA RACING CLCB. &BAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE MEETING-. Second Day. {by temsgsajh.) MEtBOUBiffi, Juiv 17. The V.8,C. concluded their Grand National Mtefcing yesterday bfore only a fair attendance. The Croveromfnt Souse party were again present.The weather was dull and cold until after the big race, when it commenced to rain *ud continued wet throughout the rest of the day. SeBulfcs : — ' OPEN HUSDIiE BiCE, A handicap ewc«pBtakea of 5 bovb each. 1ft, with 300 sovb added ; second horsed 60 fiovs, and third horse 30 eoVB from the prize. About 2 miles. Mr S. H. Gollan'fi dun g Eimberley, by Armourer—:Milkeop, aged ... ...- i Mr W. T. Jones' eh g Buttons, aged ... 2 Mr 8. GL Goofe The Pioneer, aged ... 3 Other starters: Nooroo, lEllerslie, Ctobb raii, Killamey, Lyndhurst, Havilah, Donald, Pateena, Pilot Vxmeira, BandajStor of Erin, Titokowaru, Tsyforth, Osric II, Shylock, J&ip-y Girl and Banda. Betting—5 to 1 againstDonald,'8 tol Pi'ot, 10tolothers. Banda, Utar of Sai...

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SOUTHERN SPORTING. [FROM OUR SPECIAL COMMISSIONER). [BY TELEGRAPH] SYDNEY, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

SOUTHERN SPORTING. (fbom oub sprciii, coiciosbioseb). (by telegraph^ Sydney, July 13. £161 were cleared by Hie race meeting in aid of the unemployed at the Driving Park Club's coofte. A number of city tobacconists were yester day fined from 10s to £3 for permitting betting to take place on their premises. The New Zealand racehorse Ingorina was submitted to public competition yesterday, and was passed at 220gos. Alfred Williams who rode Vbergy'e in the Grand National Hurdle Rice, is more seriously injured than was at first anticipated, : as lie had several ribs broken, aiid is now in aba&way. ^ Abergyle an4 Satyr were also badly knocked about, the latter was so seriously injured that it is doubtful if ever he will ear.y silkagaio. A warrant has been issued in Melbourne, for the arrest of a man who yesterday stole tjie racehorse Werong, while being exercised at Caulfielt. A lad named Ford was exercie ingihe horse, when a man weotup to him and asked the nameof the horse. The la...

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COOKTOWN TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH] COOKTOWN, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

dOOKfOWN TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING-. 1_BY TEIiEGkRAPHJ COOEEOWK, July 18. The following nominations have been re ceived :— Frying Handicap.—Barton Blink, Chief tain, Fairight, Freefcrade r, Charlemagne. Towir Plate —Barton Blink, Pickpocket, Sunbeam, Soue, The Crloaming, Maefie, Charlemagne, *? attler, -liaw'e Tattler, Wilaon. Capxain Cook Handicap. — Fairlight, Charlemagne, Tattler, Shaw's Tattler, Wilson. Bracelet. — Barton Btink, Chieftain, Freetrader, Sunbeam, Roue, The Gloaming, Millie. Endeavor Pi;ate.—Barton Blink,- Fair light, Sunbeam, The Gloaming, Charlemagne, Shaw's Tattler. Tubf Club Handicap.—Barton Blink, Chieftain, Pickpocket, Sunbeam, Boue, (Tie Gloaming, Maefie, Charlemagne, Tattler, Shaw's Tattler. Wilson.

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TATTER[?]LLS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

iTATIEE ^ALLS CLUB. The following weights have been declared for fTatfcer?&lls meeting, which takes plxee on tlie Towers racecourse 01 Thursday week:— SHOUTS H VNDICAJ?; 5 furlongs. Decorum Silverspray ... Argyle Olive... Mark Tapley Traitor 8 13 8 13 8 7 8 7 8 3 8 3 Nicholls Refused 0-aietv OleSid . Firet Lady Zema FCIB& HASDICAP ; 6 furlongs. Decorum Sil^erspray . Pet Girl OJive... Argyle MarkTaplev. Traitor STicholls 8 11 8 11 8 5 5 2 1 1 IB Velocity Blaeklock Refused Gaiety OleSid First Lady Zema 8 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 1 7 € 0 0 ii 6 5 4 12 12 7 TATTER8AI.M HANDICAP; If miles. et lb 9 7 8 12 Sir Oliver . Little Bertie. Lurline Decorum Pet Girl Olive... 8 12 8 9 8 3 8 2 The Broker.. Velocity Saladin Blaeklock .. Sefton fitlb 8 0 7 9 7 4 7^4 6 7 Sir Oliver Little Bertie.. Lurline Decorum Siverspray .. Olive... BOOKMAEEBS5 PUBSE; 1 mile. 9 8 8 13 8 13 8 10 8 10 8 4 The Broker Mark Tapley Velocity Saladin. .. Blaeklock ... Sefton 1 0 10 5 5 8

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

H LEGISTARD begs to inform tbe Business Public of Charters Towers, the Secretaries of GoldMining Companies and other Local Institutions that Iib has recently imported fromLondonone of the Latest Improved Plants for W W m-m Sf W the manufacture of RubberStamps, J I fUaJ^ A and hopes to receive a share of A\ JL iL the public patronage. Hue prices charged are strictly reasonable, 11| ■ Wk M W^J^W and the article supplied is guaran- B ' A Vm/I teed to give satisfaction. A large fkmM M. J^Llll JL stock of Mounts and other appliances for the repair of .Rubber Stamps always on band. Address all orders care of Northern Miner Office Gill-street, Charters Towers. m RS g REEK, (Ryan Street, next to Masonic Ham,). D E ESS M .A. K E E TJseful Gowns, Ball. Weddiao^, ^ Ladies in the Country can have a Good Fit by sending Pattern. Bodice. MBS TEEGEAR, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. Dress, Mantle, and Habit Making Establish -rrmn fr.. Having received a choice assortment of Winter Goods, Wedding and Mournin...

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

PIONEER FOUNDRY AND ENGINEERING WOUSS, W. HOBSON, 35533.^S.2a.©ox», Iroa ja,:saL«3. S^a.ss ^o^ncier, Conntry Orders receive QUEENTON. Special Supervision ESTABLISHED 1879. R. E. JARMAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OP 11 Pink ot SaWlcn;, HEAD ESTABLISHMENT—QUERN-STREET, BRISBANE, TOW\s^ ig.gJE EI XIS.^5* Yfi'T^tSIA UMlOftiE, (Opposite Queensland Hotel.) -o - THE LARGEST. B"EST. AND CHEAPEST STOCK IN NORTH QUEENSLAND TO SELECT FROM. *^S © t3 o o O 5> O ftn •e © o <u rS£ •u Q? e -fca OQ JSs C % s -«s> S K O SADDLES and BRIDLES eo^p-^te from 60s., 5 per cent less on Lines of a Hair Dozen. QUOTATIONS FREE BY POST ON APPLICATION. R. E. JARMAN, MARKET RESERVE. F. J. WALKER, Local Manager. H. MURGATROYD [ESTABLISHED 1880.] Fellow Citizens «f Charters IWs an;! Surrouudiug llisirkt:— returning thanks for your past favors I hare to inform yon that having now rempved all the old premises and erceted instead the Largest Store on Charters Towers, where I can di...

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

A Romance. He aimed the pistol at her £&ov-id)if« bosom; he fired—and. the fatal bullet sped on its cruel mission of deatk. - *Oh, Gusfcavus 1' she cried' ' I will be fours.' He sprang lightly forward. With one deft blow he struck from its course the flying bullet. Harmless it dropped to the con servatory floor. Clasping the fair girlto his mgnlj breast, he exclaimed: *■ Darling, I was hasty. Forgive me!' 'The fault was wholly mine,. Gnstavus,' was the murmuring reeponse. ' All is for given.' And the happy pair returned to the ballroom and the dizzy mazes of the waltz.

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LIVER COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

LIVER COMPLAINT. Is the caus'3 of many pains and aclies which some people consider are separate and dis tinct complaints. Headaches, pa'pitation, indigestion, flatulence, &c, are symptoms of a disordered liver and stomach. Many are the quack nostrums sold as cures for indi gestion ;" but surely the world is getting sufficiently enlightened to see through the. quackery which is so prevalent in this coun try. There ar * broken down plumbers, pain ters, plasterers, and printers selling " medi cines " to cure diseases of which these people do not even know the symptoms, to say noth mg of the therapeutics. Such is not the case,* however, with Dr Fletcher's Pill®. These are the prescription of one of Eng land's most eminent physicians and patholo gists, and hare been used most successfully by him for the last thirty years in private and hospital practice. They have ever been found effectual in all bilious, stomach and liver complaints, and can be used by both sexes with the utmost...

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

M. DUNWOODIE, ■ COMMERCIAL HOI "EL* FLINDERS STREET, TOWNSVILLE. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. Only the Best Brands of Wines & Spirits kept in Stock. Visitors to Townsville made at Home during their Stay. M. DUNWOODIE, Proprietress. METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Hnta Stent West, fowasvills. GOOD ACCOMODATION FOR BOAKDEBS AXD TKAVELLEgS. ROOMS TOLL VENTILATED. PLUNGE AND SHOWER BATHS. None tout the Best Brands cf Wines and Spirits Kept Patrick CIonnell. PROPRIETOR. # THE PALACE HOTEL, Flinders Street, Townsville. BILLIARD ROOMS. SPLENDIDLY APPOINTED BAR. LARGEST AiTD BEST FURNISHED CLUB BOOM. CUISINE UNEQUALLED IN TOWN. Ample Aecomsnodatioii. fsE24.s HENRY FISHER, PROPRIETOR, [a cabd.] **©im SOSES'* IN TOWNSVILLE. Say Bawi Hotel, JS- MIL YERTON, Proprietor. 20 Years Steward ih the old AJ3.N. Go. HOTEL FOB SALE. A CENTRALLY SITUATED HOTEL. !R. J. G. BROOKS, having decided to give up business, wishes to eel ) his ENTERPRISE HOTEL at Qneenton. This house is on^of the best Hotel Investments i...

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A Useless Errand. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

A Useless Errand. iWbv did you 6end for me, Mrs Kupop ? asked Dr Paresis. ' There is absolutely nothing wrong with the baby.' 'Oh, I'm so glad; Doctor.® ' But what made you think there was ?' 'Why, Doctor.5 he hasn't cried a bit all the morning.' The Smsfness-Like Way. ' For years,5 observed tli? verbose caller to the busy editor, * I have been endeavouring to discover tbe lost tribes of Israel.5 'Has it everoccurredtoyoxito advertise for them ?' asked the editor with deep cow cem.

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VERY'S RESTAURANT BLOWN UP, [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

VER1PS RESTAURANT BLOWN UP, At twenty minutes to ten one night the restaurant of M. Very, in Paris, the person who was the chief instrument in delivering the Anarchist Kavachol into the hands of justice by summoning the police when Ravacho? entered the restaurant, was utterly wrecked by the explosion of a bomb, which, there is no doubt, was either placed on the threshold or thrown into the premises by an Anarchist. M. Very had been threatened repeatedly by the comrades of Bavachol, and had lived in peril of his life for several weeks. The vengeance of the miscreants at last fell, and the consternation which the outrage oc casioned, coming as it did on tfie very eve of the i rail of Ravacliol, was indescribable. The explosion was terrific, and in a few moments a great crowd had collected round the restau rant. When the police entered the premises they found M. Very, lying in the midst of the debris, groaning. A hasty examination showed that his leg was broken, and he was conveyed at ...

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ORME. BY CABLE. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

OB&L1S. BY CABLE. LONDOS, July 11. Orme has entirely recovered his mysterious indisposition, and is the favorite for the Eclipse Stakes of 10,003 flora. His friends are now taking 11 to 8 freely about that event.

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LEON RAVACHOL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

[by gable.] London, July 11 Hayacliol, the anarchist was guillotined to-day. He laughed aud danced a moment or two before his execution, and defied the ■whole world to make nim fear " man, God, ■or devil." For some time Paris was terrorised by a series of dynamite, outrages at the hands of anarchists. M Dreseh, police commissary put an end to it on Thursday, 31st of March, by ar resting Leon Bavachol who, the leading spirit the Anarchist party in Paris, incautiously of made some remark to M Very, the proprietor of a wine shop in tbe Boulevard Majenta. where he was dining. Noting Bavachol's symp thy with the anarchists, M Very immediately retired and consulted the description of the man the police were looki g for, and satisfying himself that it tallied with Bavachol, communicated with the polic >. As expected, Bavachol was not unprepared, for he had provided himself with two revolvers and a iwordsti k. but M le '• erfect of Police and his assistants were too quickffor RavachoL He...

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The DAlgonally Meat And Extract Works, Normanton. (CONTRIBU[?]D) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Tbe E>aI?onaXIy IPfccat And Extract Works, Kormanton. (CONTBIBUfED ) Tee Dalgonallv Meat and Extract Works situated on the Norman Hirer, and which commenced operations oo the 2nd June, are of such proportions thai; a description of ■ them cannot but be in eres'ing to Queens landers as a practical illustration of the en terprise of Mr D>nald Mc ntyre, of Dalgon ally, in undertaking on so large a scale to ■ cope with one of the principal factors m this colony's prosperity, namely, the providing for an on'let for its immense cattle resources. These works are at present only engaged on the production of tallow, but whe'i in full operat o r there is plant fo^ a large output of extract and salt meat. Considering their ex tent, great credit is due for t'ieir comp .ct ar rangement, which enables all operations to be carried on systematically. Starting from the initial process, the cattle are driven into a succession of receiving t-ards of the most mas sive construction, until the two ...

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CRICKET. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

CRICKET. (B7 GABEB.) Iioiroos, June 12. At Kensington Oval yeaterdaythe Players : against, the Gentlemen made 325. Shrews bury, who is in great form jaefc now, wasin the whole time, and made 151 not out. 9Phe Gentlemen have lost one wicket for 54 raps. The annual cricket match, Mt^lflcad ' Players, concluded to-day, thelatterwinaing faylO wickets.' / ' . v ••

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Miss Lucy Booth. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Miss Lucy Booth. mtss f.nrsv «nn ttt whose engagement with Colonel Gr. Lampard of fiie Salvation Army, lias been broken off. Miss Lucy Booth, the daughter of the General and Commander of the Salvation Army, must suffer the penalty of greatness. The world has a kn-ick of interesting itself in the loves of prominent ladies, and sympathises with them in their mischance, if the match does not come off. All were eorry for Princess May when she lost her lorerand a crown, but it bow seems'likely that she will gain both again. Miss Booth has lost her lover too, bnt unlike Princess A£ay is not yet credited with securing another. It has not yeh transpired what Colonel lampird was guilty of: whether he was found out telling *' whoppers91 or putting money into sweeps, or making love to his orderly. The world is waiting for Miss Booths " testimony " on the subject.

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