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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

NEW ZEALAND. Auckxakd, May 3. I I The investigation of the Public Trust Com ' mission lias disclosed a scandalous state of aifairs in the department, the books being in a state of hopeless confusion. Articles of property are missing, while apart from lax management, it is alleged that some of the officers ha ve been guilty of breaches of trust. Tb a matter is now beiug considered by the Cabinet. Captain Meadee, who was in charge of the steamer Wanaki when she was wrecked, has been dismissed from tlie Union Company's | service. ! A patient in the Dunedin Hospital is j being treated with. Dr. Koch's tuberculine, and there is every probability of a cure being effected. AtjCkiaki), May 5, The Government intend to ask Lord | Wolseley to recommend an Imperial officer i well up in the latest scientific military ' knowledge as Commandant of the New I Zealand forces at a salary of about £700 a i year. The financial policy of-the Goreroment is , expected to comprise the repeal of'the Pro pert...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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AQUATICS. SYDNEY, MAY 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

AQUATICS. It is probable that M'Lean, who was de feated by Statisbury in the sculling race £or the championship, will issue a challenge to row Stansbury again. (/'V Lap' Sporting, see /page *250.)

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THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

THE RIFLE. Fourteen members of the Rifle Club at tended practice at the range on Saturday. It was a grand day for shooting, the wind being very favorable, blowing down the range all day towards the target, some very good shooting being the result. One marks man (J. Bailiff) made a possible at the 500vds range. The ranges shot at were the 300yds, 500yds and the 600yds. Seven shots and one sighter at each range. _ The highest scores were as follows : ~ W. Kiehards ... ... ... 88 T. Millican E. Collins H. Elliott J. M cGrat h J. Bailiff D. Aderoft J. Southward A. Morrison J. Burro *es 81 79 72 72 71 65 63 60 52 (BY electbic telegeaph.) C00KT0Wi>r, May A rifle mateh was fired on Saturday - Cooktovra versus Thursday 'Island, ten men aside, seven shots, at 200, -MX), and 500 yards. Only seven mien of the local team attended,, and scored a grand total of 469 points. The Thursday Island team of ten men made a score of 631. The average for Cooktown was 67,aod for the Island 63. The weatii...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES. SiDXEr, April 30. J The Rev. Chas. Clarke, during ike course of a lecture delivered at Young to-night, said lie was surprised at a London telegram appearing in the papers wliieli stated that in a letter written home he denounced the conduct of the Australian workmen during tile strike as inse*ate and grossly selfish. Mr Clarke denied having mentioned the labor troubles in his home correspondence. SirfiKBY, May 2. The revenue returns for the month of April show a total of £846,864, being an increase to date on present year of £302,018. The Trades and Labor Council lias passed a resolution " That the Council views with alarm the proposal to colonise the islands of the Pacific with exiled Russian Jewe." Svdxey, 'May 3. The following circular is being forwarded to the various farmers unions:-" Wagga Wagga, 30th April, I am requested to call the attention of your union to the fact of the trade societies of the colony having adopted a political platform, and having framed...

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Telegrams. By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, MAY 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

egr aius. By f usctric Teeegbaph* (mOM OTIS OWT COEBKSPOXDEJfT.) TowssviM.E. May I. The election campaign is progressing vigorously- MrBrown is the favorite, but thelabor p arly is Bplendidly organised, and a ; dose vote is anticipated. TowKsraiJtE, May 2. The result, of tlie election for a seat inthe legislative Assembly was as follows: Brown, 806; Ogden, 655. Huglienden returns to fjtome. , Townsvu&E, May 5. Tlie official declaration <5f tlie poll in con nection with the recent eleetion was made to-day, andshowed that Brown had a ma jority of 182. Mr. Brown said that though the majority . of working men voted against him on principle, he knew they trusted him, and he would work for them. Labor should be represented in parliament, but at present tlie public went for the representative of law and order. Mr. Ogden said that though the labor party bad been disappointed they must con sider they polled well. The election only cost the party £300. He denounced, the Pre...

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Gympie News. GYMMPIE, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Cfympie HTem ChZMPiE. Mav 4.. A public meeting in connection with fclie shearers' strike was held on the One-mile Recreation Ground yesterday afternoon, when about 500 persons were present. Mr. Demaine, of Marvborough, was the principal speaker, and said that, if the strike could he continued for a few months longer the shearers must win. It was resolved that in the opinion of this meeting Parliament should be immediately called together to de vise some means to end the present disastrous strike, and that the time has arrived for boards of conciliation and arbitration to be established for the settlement of all labor disputes. £21 in support of the strikers was collected. Reference was made to the alleged poisoning case at Barcaldine, and it was asserted that the man O'Callaghan had once been bitten by a snake, and consequently had a fit at Grympie, the symptoms of wliich were first pronounced by one doctor as those of poisoning by strychnine, while the fit was really due to epileps...

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Affairs at Clermont. CLERMONT, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Affair§ at Clermont. CLEHMONT, May 1. At the Police Court this morning, before Police Magistrate Morey, Timothy Reardon was brought up on a fresh charge, viz., that on the 1st of January he did endeavor to force John Coldham, grazier, of Wolfang, to make au alteration in the mode of managing his business. Mr Coldham deposed that Reardon said tp him, " Some of you fellows will be shot and turned out before we sign the agreement; what is wanted is a good re volution." In consequence of these threatsr coupled with the fact that subsequently Reardon and other unionists declined to sign, the paskoralists' agreements at Logan Downs,, Mr Coldham put on men to gua-d his shed, entailing extra expenses of management. After Mr, Coldham's evidence, the Police Ma gist) a to, without calling on Reardon for a defence, sentenced him to three months im prisonment in Roekhainpton gaol with hard labor. Subsequently he discovered his omis sion, and caused Reardon to be again brought before him. Reardon...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

PROJECTED DEPABTTTBES. J?or Sydney, Urisbane and intermediate ports Araiuac, Monday, 11th May. Buninyong, Thursday, 14th May. Arawatta, Monday, 18th May. Cintra, Thursday, 2let May. Wodonga, Monday, 25th May. For Cooktown and intermediate porte Buniuyong, to-day, Saturday, 9th: May. Arawatta, Wednesday, 13th May. C intra, Saturday, 16th May. Wodonga, Wednesday, 20i>h May. For CairnB, Greraldton, Mourilyan, Card well, ,§nd Dungeness Palmer, Tuesday, J 2th May, and thence weekly. For Fort Douglas, Cairns, Geraidton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dunge nees Burdekin, Monday, 11th May, and thence weekly. For Normanton, Thursday Isiandj&c. Buninyong, to-day, Saturday, 9tlr May. Cintra, Saturday, Hjth May. For iLondon Taroba, Tuesday, 19th May. Tara, Tuesday, 16th June, Merkara, Tuesday, 14th July. Jumna, Tuesday, 11th August. Dorunda, Tuesday, 8th September. For Adelaide, via ports Same as Brisbane. For China, Straits Settlements, &c. Tsinan, 17th May. Grutlirie, May. Airli...

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EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

EXPECTED ARBXYAXJS. From Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports Buninyong, to-day, Saturday, 9tli May. Arawatta, Tuesday, 12tli May. Cintra, Saturday, lGtli May. Woionga, Tuesday, 19th May. From Cairns, G-eraldton, Mourilyan, Card well, and Dungeness Palmer, to-day, Saturday, 9tli May,. From Port Douglas Cairns, Greraldto*, Mourilyan, Card we 11, and Dunge ness Burdekin. to-day, Saturday, 9th May, From Cooktown and intermediate ports Arainac, Sunday 10th May. Buninyong, Wednesday, 13th May. Arawatta, Sunday, 17th May. Cintra, Wednesday, 20th May. Wodonga, Sunday, 24th May. From Normanton, Thursday Island, &c. Buninyong, Wednesday, 13th May. Cintra, Wednesday, 20tli May. From Ii«adon and intermediate ports Tara, Thursday, 21st May. Merkara, Thursday, 13th June. Jumna, Thursday, 16th July. Dorunda, Thursday, 13th August. From Hongkong

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

DEPABT0BES. May 2.-Warrego, s., Captain Fleetwood, for Cooktoim via ports, with, mails for Thursday Island and Grulf ports. Passengers -Mesdaines Harmston, Texas Jack, Mea dows, Misses Blonde, Eosina, Minetta, May ;:' Messrs. HarmstOH, Hicks, Gilbert, Sharman, Bamtta, Texas Jack, Hayes, Matthews,., Solly, Wright, Bream, Cunard, Madras, Bruce, Reece, Carmody, Duper, aud 17 steerage. Burns, Pliilp and Coy., Ltd., agents. May 4.-Barcoo, s., Captain Banks, for Southern ports. Passengers-Mesdames Walker, Burtenshaw and five children, Taylor, Lawson, Bain and two children,. Dunsford, Gregory, Donovan aud family, Scott; Misses Lengards, Duthie, Appel; Rev. F. Brosnan, and Bryant, Dr. McDonald,. Messrs. Day, launder. Small, Sands, Young, De Lissa, Barker, Harlen, Hollingdale, Scott, Hill, Christian, Appel, Max, Monk, Beys, Burtenshaw, Taylor, Miller, Dunsford, Fer guson, and 23 steerage. Bums, Philp and Co. Ltd., agents. May 5-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clarke,, for Calms, via ports. Passenge...

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Croydon News. CROYDON, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

CBGYDOX, May 4. A coacerfc was held on Saturday night in aiA otthe eheemere' e&rike, and over £30 was .arec^tpd,.. .

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Matters at Barcaldine. BABCALDINE, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Matters at i£areaMine. BABCAXDIKE, May 1. I Lieutenant Shanahan reports by wire that all is quiet at Aramae, and the patrols lyvve seen no unionists within 13 miles of town. Lieutenant Heid has arrived from Mutta burra, and reports no men -seen on the roads, all being quiet. Captain Aytoun, Brigade Major, is recalled to Brisbane to resume his official duties there. The feature of to-day has been the great demonstration made by the unionists, in which 1340 men took part. Of this num 518 were mounted, and not included in fconnt was the Oddfellows' band, which lieajledthe procession. Following these were the banners of the Australian Labor Federation sudd tlie men carrying it; then wmp tlie banner of the Australian Labor ^Federation andinen carrying various samples of the trade, in whieh they aye employed. A waggon drawn by six horses, exhibited a group of shearers land.rouseabouts, the Cornier operating upon three sheep, and the latter with, brooms and tarpots Behind the banner of the...

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The Strike in Brisbane. BRISBANE, May 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

The Strike in Brisbane. BRISBANE, May 4TH. An omciai telegram rrom jaxiavaie to me Colonial Secretary states that the manager of South Comongin Station has notified that a band of eight unionists are travelling down the Bulloo, and forcing out all hands left on the stations, including fixe blacks. It has been reported to the authorities at Clone urry that the unionists cut the fences and otherwise destroyed property on Granada and another station in the district It is estimated there now that 200 men are in the unionist camp at Cloncurry. Mr. Chapman, an inspector of stock at Charleville, has wired as follows to the Chief Inspector of Stock :-" Have wired Iiiscombe, who is in charge of 2000 rams, which are being retrucked at Wallangarra for Charleville, and are not to go on at present. All drovers have been palled out." Be vane, with 1000 rams, reports all drovers were pulled out at the Ward River. Other drovers, with stud sheep, have been treated in the same way. A telegram has bee...

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The Labour Dispute. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDET Affairs at Adavale. ADAVALE, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

(Bs: iSriscTBtc TEUS&B&PH*) £RAOM OFFI OWN COBBEBPONDEHTB 3 Affalrs at Adavafe. . ADAYAUE, May 2. A porfiioii of the mounted infantry has been sent out In two patrolling parties to give assistance to Milo Station Three more have been s worn in as There are only about 5C unionists here now. ' The easeB against the prisoners will pro bably be heard on Tuesday next. They are in goodspiiite, andare allowed out nearly all dajyand behave very "well. Three teams with wool from Byabra Sta tion, sixteen miles from here, decline protec tion. The men in charge of the teams are unionists, and state they are quite safe. The town is very quiet. May 2. The mounted infantry hare been sent for the protection of several stations, and the patrols cover about 250 miles. There are not more than 50 unionists here now, and the place is very quiet. The mail from Charleville was six days in coming. Mr. McFarlane, PM., has not arrived yet, but is expected to-morrow. It is reported that the pa...

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Municipal Concil. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

% v-'i -r ? monthly meeting of the held on Tuesday afternoon. 5 Aldermen Joe MiUicau (Mayor), Toll, Johnson, leaser, 3>uns£ord, id^ by- Aid. Johnstou correspondence" Was lead and: motion of Aid Toll, seconded CgkbEsponbehcb-Inwards. 1 FromDepartment of. Lands, stating that -j Board were advised thai unless tlmCouncil consent to the resumption of Boundary, the request cannot be granted 2 From iff. D. Dalrymple, secretary of the' Macrossan Fund, enclosing list. \ ; 3 From Waterworts Board, stating that the Council could use Board's mains for water '"g ^treets, provided an approximate estimate , : the water used were made. 4 From Jformanton Town Clerk, regard ing the using of combined influence on Gov ernment to continue endowment as hereto fore. * .5 From the Townsville Amateur Variety Minstrels, enclosing £20 for distribution amongst local charities, the distribution to be left in the hands of the Mayor. 6 From A B. Bright, secretary G&s Co., drawing attention to the state...

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Scientific Notes. ON SOME OF THE CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

03ST SOME OF THE OHElTXCAIi PKOPERTIES OF GOLD. -r~:; ' v ?.,y ? ????. ? - The solubilityofgold ill the different acids, solutions, and mixtures Is the next matter for consideration. Light isfclius thrownon how the reefs may ia*e been rendered auriferous. 1. Metallic gold dissolves with ease in aqua regia, as we have already seen.- -. 2. Metallic gold is "also dissolved with ease in a solution of cyanide of potassium, when sufficiently commin uted, that is, when in a very fine state of sub-division, and a process for the extraction of gold has been devised, based on this property. It is known as Cassell's process. Fara .day knew it, and prepared films of :gold by floating gold leaves on to solutions of cyanide of potassium, as -described in last week's article. 5^^ 3- On referring to my laboratory -note book for the year 1887, [ notice* that.aMr. Nicholas of this town, tried fiome experiments before me, using a -solution of cyanide of potassium, and -a, few crystals of. iodine. The ...

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REVENUE FOR APRIL. C.P.S. OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

UEVEXIE FOR APRIL. C.P.8. Office. .Licenses ... ... ... ... 3 17 6 Fines ... ... ... ... 27 17 4 Fees " 4 8 8 Pound Sales ... ... ... 7 17 9 Immigration ... ... ... 37 8 0 Brands Assessment ... ... 10 2 6 Insolvency ... v ... 13 5 O Slaughtering Fees... ... ... 13 8 6 Deposit on Sub-Inspector's quar ters ... ... ... ... 54 O 0 District Court ... ... ... 2 0 0 Costs of Court, &e. ... ... 25 14 10 £200 O 1 LAUDS OFBICE. Occupation Licenses ... ... 35 13 3 Timber Licenses ... ... ... IS 10 0 3 3 AT a sitting of the Police Court lield on Tuesday morning in the lock-up, before Mr W. G. Kelly Cusaek, P.M., Charles Wilson for drunkenness was fined £1. A charge of indecent conduct against the same prisoner was dismissed. Another inebriate was ordered to pay 3s cab fare, and discharged. ; THE criminal sittings of the Northern Supreme Court were continued on Wednesday Prior to commencing the proceedings, Mr. ' 5. S. Al'en was excused from attendance as a juror owing to illness. The fi...

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SAVED FROM MISERY [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

SAVED FROM MISERY Mrs Fanny Dent, wife of a gentleman employed in the Lambton colleries, kindly allows us to publish the following facts of her interesting case andwonderf ul recovery, which we gather from hereorrespondence, and which we will be glad to allow anyone to peruse who wishes to do so. Mrs Dent has been in a state of extreme debility for twelve years, frequently quite unable to do any work, the lightest kind causing great fatigue, with severe pains in the limbs, back, and left side. So severe was the pain that she would bare ' o sit or lie down frequently. Walking exer cise was very trying and she could only walk very slowly. She had long seen Clements' Tonic advertised, but like many more people, her husband was prejudiced against " patent medicines," but (now we use her own words) ~c I knew someone who had. tried Clement's Tonic, and I decided to get a bottle on the quiet and say nothing about it if it did me no good. The effect I thought something wonder ful. I felt be...

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Dalrymple Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Dalrymple Divisional Board. THE usual monthly meeting of the Dal rymple Divisional Board was held in the office, Gill-street, on Wednesday afternoon. Pres ent-Mr. Gr. Carey in the chair, the Hons. Aplin and Deane, and Messrs Plant, Phillip son, White and Byrne. After the minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and the outward correspondence adopted, the following inward correspondence was received: From the Warden's Office, enclosing sketch of Groldfields' Homesteads within the Dal rymple Division. From W. Johnston, asking for compensa tion from the 14th February last, as the Board had debarred him from.eafs^isg pas senger? fron^he^ailTraj^tation. Decia^l that jM*-.-Jolmston be informed that the 'Sioaffd had no intention of hindering him from carrying pas engers- in any licensed vehicle, but that he would only be permitted to back in one coach for the mail, unless it was proved that a single coach was insufficient. From the Treasurer, stating that the amount of endo...

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General Mining News (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

' 4 ^(HaKi3«iiEir^ «;©ITE OWjr CORKESPOXDEXT-3 Sydstei", May 5. Clyne and Mallow's reef, near jSfelligen, lately purchased by Hewitt and party, has proved exceptionally ricli. The lode runs _ from north to south, underlying west. It is 3ffc wide and is increasing, bright gold being visible through the lode. There is some ex ? citement, aud claims are 7 being pegged .out along tlie line of reef, while prospectors axe scouring fclie locality. Tlie purchasers areto ' be congratulated, as their claim is considered the best, andis one of the richest- finds in the (Br ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) FEGM OUfi OWK CORRESPONDENT. BOWEN, May 7 The Canadian, prospecting claim at 3for msnbj was sold fco-dav by auetion for £55, Wftssis. Isbeil and* Miller being tlie pur chasers. r The crushmgs for April, so far as is known, were 14.408 tons ocwt stone for 15,6S5ozs Sdwts 14grs gold. Two returns hare yet to come in. The. following sales were made at the Exchange last night -Brilliant and St. Cheerge United...

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