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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BRISBANE, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

BBISBANE STOCK EXCHA.I5&E. (EY ELECrSIC TEEEGBAPH.) (fsox oubowk cobbespoitoekt.) Brisbane, May 7. The following axe the Latest sates Day Dawn 4A West, 3s 8d ;. Sunburst, 16s 3d; Brilliant end St-. George United, 14B 3d, 143 4d, 14s 5d, 14s 4d» 14s Sd5 Brilliant Block eon, 25s lOd, 25s lid, 26s 2d; Brilliant Worcester and. Yictoiy United, 10s 4^. The following are the latest quotations Ko. 3 West Day Dawn, b Is Id, e 2s - Mb. 4i West Day Davra, b 3s 7d. s 3s 8d lib. 5 West Day Dawn, e 8d Queen Consolidated, b 3s 3d, s 3e 41 Sunburst, b 16s 3d, 8 16s 7d "ticfcoiy, b 45s iiew Grace Darling, b 3d, s 7d Brilliant and St George United, b 35s, $ 15s6d BrilliantBlock p.u., b 28s, s 29s Brilliant Block, con., b 26« 6d, 6 27s 61 Brilliant and Worcester and Victory, b 10s 3d.sl0s 5d So. 2 S.E. Day Dawn, s 2s t The following sales were made on 'Change on Tuesday: Brilliant and St. George United, 475 at lis 9d, 650 at lis lOd. Brilliant Block (paid up), 130 at '28s, 400 at 27s 9 d; ditt...

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Shipping News. [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

[BY POST AKD ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] . ABBi V ALS* May 2.-Palmer, 8, from Cairns. Passen gers : Miss Hawkins; Messrs Tiilej, Lother ington, Tiddy, Smellie, Bapliall, Corbett, Dr. McDonald, Kwong Hing Loong and 15 in the steerage. May 2.-Burdekin. 6., Captain Keir, from I Pott Douglas via ports. Passengers-Mr. S&smussen, and 10 in the steerage. May 2-Warrego, s, Captain W. S. Meet wood, from Southern ports. Passengers Mesdames J. 1. B. Hammond, Scanlan and child, fi L. Jack, Miss Scott; Captain Con ne.l"; Dr. Harrison; Messrs W. Murrelle, E. J. Evans, J. Russell, F. A. Evans, Story, J. E. B. Hammond, Morphett, John McCaf ferty, Shearer, Darzie, J. B. Louden, B. L. Jack, W. A. Young, Scanlan, A. S. Blundell, Marshall, L Kirk, and 12 in (he steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., X*td., agents. May 4-Barcoo, e, Captain Banks, from Cooktown, via ports. Passengers-Mesdames W. V. Ralston, Gregory; Misses Cowan, Madden, Hutching: Messrs B. Levy, Mathie Bon, P. J, Gray, C. R. Wood, Annett, Stu...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. CALEDONIA P.C. TRIBUTE SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

MANAGERS' BEPOSTS. CAIJBDONIA P.C. TB»BUTE BUTDICATE. TTkomas Purcell, manager, reports under date 29th April: I beg to report on tlie work done for the past fortnight as follows: : Your shaft lias been sunk a further distance of 10ft, making the total depth 177ft from the surface. The ground is still very hard, ; and much like, the hanging-wall of the reef, whichl thihkwe will cut in the next fort night or three weeks. ' . - : SCAJTDJKATIAK. 01e Olsen, manager, reports under date --- 1st MayThe contractors have sunk a fur ther distance of 4ft, making a total of 67ft from the plat. There is nothing fresh to report at present. The remainder of the workings ace looking the same as when last reported. We hauled about eight tons of «tone for the fortnight. Twelve loads hare - been carted to the Bonnie Dundee mill where - weexpectio£rHsh this fortnights j nevertheless, close timbei*d. The winzeon ! the last mentioned drive has been further , "sank 3ft during the fortnight, mating a . tot...

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Wonderful Kittens. S.R HENRY PARKES and the SMALL BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Wonderful Kittens. 4 Sm HENRY PUREES and the SMALIJ BOY. A good story is told about Sir Henry Parkes upon the occasion of his visit to Melbourne. He was walking in the street with the Victorian Premier when he was accosted by a hoy, who importuned him to buy some kittens which he had with him. * Boy my kittens please, Sir/ said the boy. 'What do X want with your kittens?' replied Sir Henry. 'Oh, do buy them, Sir, tk*y ore natural callosities, they are Freetrade kittens, born in Victoria,' responded the boy. * Gret away with your kittens, I don't-^ant them,' said Sir Henry. The Bby skedaddled, and two or three days afterwards he again accosted Sir Henry with the same cry, * Buy my kittens, sir; nice kittens, sir/ Sir Henry waxing wrath, said' Go away, you young rascal, I don't want to buy any kittens.' This appeased to be a poser - but the young Arab! nothing daunted,' said, Ah, sir, do buy, these kittens, they sure nice Pro tectionist kittens.' Here the Vic torian Premier chipped in...

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New Guinea News. MURDER BY THE NATIVES. WRECK OF THE VICTOR. GOLD AT SUD EST. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Mew; Criifiaiea Hews. MURDER BY THE NATIVES. WRECK OF THE VICTOR. GOLD AT SUB EST. (B¥ ELECTRIC TEL£&BA3?E:.}' (FEOM OHFIOTO CORBESPONDENT.) COOK TOWN, May 7. THE . cutter Victor, owned by Captain Whitten, was lost at the beginning of a heavy gale in the Brarnbe Pass, near Sud Est, oa March 6th, with seven persons on board, two Europeans, a maiay and four Papuans. All hands took to the dingy, and succeeded in landing at Perron Island, from whence they crossed to Slid Est, when the weather moderated. Captain Ah Ginn, of the lugger Keystone, who was well known as one of the oldest and most, popular and respected of the beche-de inere men and traders in New Guinea, was murdered by the natives on the Western side of STormanby Island about a month ago. Ah Ginn had commenced fishing, and four of his men were ashore pulling up a station. Two others were aboard the lugger, as were also a number of natives, one of whom stabbed Ah Ginn through the breast with a spear, which he shorten...

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"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Name of Company. Band of Hope ... "Brilliant and St. George United Br01mt&,3LCo.... " c Ditto contributing ... Bonnie Dundee ... ... Brilliant and Worcester and yictory Caledonia P. C. p. u. Ditto contributing .Charters Towers Pyrites Ditto ditto p. u. to 5/ - Charters Towers Gas Dan O'Connell . Day Dawn So. 3 West Ditto ditto p. u. to 10/ Dawn Sb.HA West (issued p. u. to 10/- - Day Dawn So. 4B West ... ... Day Dawn 3ffo. 5 West ... ... ... Day Dawn So. 6 West ... **» Day Dawn Sclioo SeEerre p. u. ... ... Ditto ditto contributing... Day Dawn P. C. ... ... ... ». -Golden Grate . Hidden Treasure and Mount Lady Maxaa Home Rule p. a. to 10/ Kelly' Caledonia Kelly's Queen Block - Lady Maria Mbeman Hillii Day Dawn United ... Hfillieaii Caledonia... ISTew Iron Duke ITew Imperial JTorth Queensland Pyrites'- contributing... Ditto ditto p. u.... 3few Grace Darling - So. 7 Sortli East Queen Ho. 1 East Sunburst Sew Towers Extended New Livingstone ... 3ff«. 6 Queen 3fo. 2 S. E. Day Dawn ...

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SOME GOOD SIMILLRS [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

SOMB GOOD FRSCTLTBS Ae vet as a fish-as dry as s bone; As live as a bird-as dead as a stone ; As plump as a partridge-as poor as a rat As strong as a house-as week as a cat; As hard as a flint-as soft as a mole; As white as a lillv-as black as a coal; As plain as a pikestaff- as rough as a bear. As tight as a dram.:-ae free as the air.; As heavy as lead-as light as a feather ; As steady as tame-as uncertain as weather As hot as an oven-as cold as a frog; As gay as »iark-as sick aB a dog.

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MINERS' FREE EXCHANGE. GILL STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

MINERS' FREE EXCHANGE. GILL STREET. Brilliant and St. Oeorge United, 8 15s 6d, b 146 Id Brilliant Block, con., s 28s Brilliant and Worcester andVicfcorv, ells Id, b 10s lOd Charters Towers Gtes, b 9s 3d JCiady Maria, s 3s 6d, b 3s 2d Muldiva, coo., s 4s Id Mills United, b 9s 6d, b 8s 8d Ho. 6 Queen, b lO-d, sales 500 at 10|d * No. 7 N.E. Queen, e 7s 3d, b 6s 10|d Ho. 2 6.E. Bay Davn, s Is 6d, b Is Papuan Block Extended, b lite Queen ConEolidatedTe^gd, b 2s 101 Queen Central, s 5e, b 4s 3cP Sunburst P.C., b 17s "* "l Tictoria Ho. I Wesr, e MM, b 6d

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Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

I The Jbsiftest Quotations. CHARTERS* TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. ;?, EVENOT&CMili. ? ? ,'lipap t-"-:- ,., J / .l> ? Unlliant and St George Tinted, b 14s 9d, « I56 6d,6ale8 l400 atlSs . BriUiant, l> £7 i7e6d,-«£6:5s ;;;. Brilliant Block pjo., IfSs Sfl, s^s?S4 Brilliant Block, con., b 25s, s 26s, sales 100 afc&5s6d Brilliant and Worcester and Victory, b 10s 7d, s lis 3d, sales 400 at lis * Buy Dawn No. S Wesfc, b Is 2d, s le6d Daj Dawn, fib, <k W, b 4s 4d, s 4s 7d 0olden Ghate, b 6s 6d, s 8s, sales 100 at 6e 94 Home Bule, b <6d Kelly's Queen Block, b 7d 6d, s9s Lady Maria, b 3s 3d, s 3s 7d Mills* Hoi ed, b 8s 6d, s 9s 6d Muldiva con., b 4s fid, e 6s 6d, sales 1000 at * 4s 6d New 0xace Darling, b 9|d, s lid Sew Towers Extended, b 3d Ho. 6 Queen, b 9|d, s lid So. 7 U.K. Queen, b 6s 9d, s 7s 3d No. 2 61. Day Dawn, b Is, s Is fid Papuan Block, b 10s Queen Cross Reef, b 7s 6d, s 8s 6d Queen Consolidated, b 3s, s 3s Id, sales 609. at 3s 2d, 200 at 3s ...

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The Poet's Corner. IT MATTERS NOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

IT MATTERS NOT. "The snowfiakes fell without a sound Un-numbered to the cold grey ground, W here my poor darling peaceful lies, Unmindful of the leaden skies. All, JWell! it matters not to me What season of they ear it be, 3f-i»ses rare orvioliitsewreet sunshine almy feet. Or if the autumn lingers long, With the faint odours of the wood, Stealing across the hazy morn, Soft moras, in which to dream and brood; - Or if thespring-time comes apace, With kisses f or the earth's wan face Kisses that make her pulsssflow With Youth and strength and beauties glow It matters not if she must keep, Untouched by all, her dreamless sleep! " Where is slie ? She whose tender eyes -Looked into mine with glad surprise 1 W hose voice so soft, so sweet, so clear, jMade glad my heart when she was near. Where is she P Is she anywhere? "This is the burden of my prayer: To know beyond a doubt or fear That somewhere she keeps faith for me . That Death is but another name _*3?or God and Tinmorta.litv. . -KATH...

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A LITERARY SOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

A LITERARY SOLUTION. We stood in the bookstore together, She chattering of this and of that; "My heart kept time with the feather That clung to her Gainsborough, hat. On Stevenson, Stockton, and Kipling And poets galore she enthused; Uut how to propose to her, rippling With music and laughter, I mused. .On this tone and that one she tarried To label their place on the shelf; This ' How to Be Happy Though Married,' Absurd, and I thought so myself. " But those who have tried it may surely Be trusted to know," I replied. M I tell you," she said, " it is purely The tone of the age to deride." "t: The task for solution," I ventured, Is how to be married though poor I know that I ought to be censured; She looked so sweet grid demure. Her voice was so low, 'twas the border Of thought where it breaks into word : "We might," she said, "solve this, in order To prove that the book is absurd." -CHARLES SNOWIES BOLTON*, in Literary World'

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A Superstitious Gambler. HE WEARS THREE DIFFERENT SUITS OF CLOTHES EVERY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

A Superstitious Gambler. HE WEARS THREE DIFFERENT SUITS OF CLOTHES EVERY BAY. HAERY Latimer, alias * Handsome Harry,' is one is the most unique characters in the whole sporting fraternity of the United States. He has travelled the world, over, and, what he doesen't know about men and things in general, -and a deck of cards in particular, is not worth knowing. About eight years ago 4 Harry' came to the coal regions from New York, says a Wilkesbarre (Pa.) special to the Boston Globe. He was then in poor health and his physicians advised him to try the ga«e-s in the anthracite coal regions. The climate agreed with the gambler and be decided to remain in Wilkesbarre. He estab lished j»oker-rooms in the central portion of the city. His quarters were elegant. * Harry's' business was known to the police, bnt for some reason or another he was never molested. Hundreds of thousands of dollars weie lost and won in Latimer's establishment. Drummers from far and near came to Wilkesbarre when eve...

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[?] and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

atth The mane part of a horse is the back of its neck. * # # When rate see a cat they always scatter. # * * * Fit for a king-An apoplectic fit. * * * The man who kisses a woman who is taller than himself rises to the emergency. ? * * * When the somersault thrower dies there is no other all-turn-ative for him. # * He: rI feel completely prostrated. I wish I were dead.' the: 'Well, why don't you let me send for a doctor ?' * Ethel: ' Do you think there will be mar riages in heaven ?' Ma ad : * For your sake I trust so, dear. Eternity may furnish you the opportunity which time refuses.' * * # rOEGIVE ANB FOBGET. A maiden had a quarrel with Time, But made it up at last; ' Henceforth I'm just eighteen,' she said, "So let's forget the past.' * * * Guest: ' Have you a fire escape in this house ?' Landlord : * Two of 'em, sir.' 41 thought so. The fire all escaped my room last night, and I came near freezing.' * * * Politician (angrily) : ' These- newspapers tell abominable lies about me.' F...

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

. %.i : v;; ""' ' ' '" ;*>{; i^-; ??: z _?:'.-?. :,;t.,; ^-- V... " ,: ' SlS :':f : S- ii'iM: E. D.' MILES J. STOCKS B. TOLL J. BIXON JTOGE-W. M. MOWBBAT STARTER-F. FITCH , T. H. TAYLOR R. GARDNER W. JOWETT CLERK OF SGA-ies-B. CARBIS CLERK OF THE Coorse-Gr. KNAPP Of 50 sovs, for all horses; second horse 10 sovs from the prize; f mile. Nomination 1 sov; HI sovs from the 0£ 50 sovs, lor all horses; prize; one mile and a acceptance 1J sovs. Of HOsovs, for all horses; 9 a2 Nomination 1 jsov Of SO sovs, for all horses; second horse prize; ^ mile. Nomination 1 sov: Societies' Handicap Of 70 sovs, for all horses ; second horse 10 sovs from the prize; 1J miles. The winner of Flying Handicap to carry 51b penalty; the winner of Queen's Birthday Handicap to carry fib penalty. Nomination X sov; acceptance %\ sovs. 0f 50 sovs, for all horses, to be sovs from the prize; 7 furlongs. The winner ofFlying Handicap to carry 51b penalty; the winner of Queen's Birthday Handicap to carry 51b penalty; ...

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The Donng Folks. An Adventure with Mexican Banditti. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

--.Tv - -V V ' Adventure with Mex iean Banditti. The facility afforded highway robbers ; to escape bythecloseproximity of the Texan border to Mexico, lias made it highly dangerous to travel through the Rio Grande Valley. The Mexicans consider that Texas ! was unfairly wr^sed from them, and they rarely lose an opportunity of revt nging themselves on Americans. 'i Blessed, as they are, with an ex- j tiemely fertile soil, they do net care j to cultivate it, not com prehen din g the dignity o£ labor. They spend I tbeir days in smoking, lounging, plotting, aiid their nights in stealing, or in strumming on the giiitar, and singing roundelays to .some real or Imaginary Dulcinea. Diiring the "War of the Rebellion, Brownsville was occupied by General Bee, who had a company of Mexicans, under Adrian VidM's command. These fellows, about two hundred in number, deserted from Bee, and prowled aVout with impunity, as the federal troops were on the point of i occupying Brownville. ' At that time, P...

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

i 1 TO BE HELD ON tits^i&T jjts taiSAT, & a- nr&T. PATRON-HOST. JOHN MACROSSAN VICE PRESIDENT-RICHARD CRAVEN" PRESIDENT- HOIST. JOHN DEANE Treasoueb-FRANCIS W. BEATTIE O OM" MITTE E J. B. WHITEHEAD A. H. PRITCHARD F. W, BEAPTIB W, P. CANNY E. LINDSEY D. 8TUES a. CAVEY T. J. KELLY J. BYRNE D. MISSINGHAM W. D. CASEY JUDGE-HON. JOHN DEANE Clebk of SCALES-W. P. CANNY i I JStabtee-D. MIS SINOHAM Clekk OP THE CofTfisE-A. J. FOSTER P BOG B A M M E Maiden Plate Of 100 sovs, for all Maiden Horses; second liorse 10 sovs from the prize; 1J mile; W.F.A.; entranced sovs. , * Flying Handicap Of 130 sovs, for all horses; second liorse 20sovs? and tliird liorse 10 sovs from the prize; 6 furlongs; iiomiiiatioii lsov; acceptance 4 sovs. - Ladies' Bracelet A "Welter Handicap of 100 sovs; second 20 sovs from the prize; 1 mile and a distance; nomination 1 sov; acceptance 3 sovs. Money or bracelets optional to the wrinners. ' Club Handicap . Of 400 sovs, lor all horses; second hor...

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

HER ARGUMENT. Well, no, not handsome In tlie lead;-Ms figure's straight and tail; He lias good teetli and roguish eyes, nice hair, his hands are small. On every block you'll meet a man much, handsomer than he, But then, I love him-that makes all the difference, you see. 3Jot rich-far from it. He is just a book keeper down town. Of course his salary can't be much; he works for Black and Brown. I dare say we shall have to take the small est kind of fiat To Etart with; but!lore him, so l shall not care for that. y He isn't talented at all. He doesen't paint nor sing, ISor Thyme; nor show, indeed, a special taste for anything Out of the common way. He smokes more than he ought to do; Bat then, I love him, so I've learned to love tobacco too ! And, yes, he has a temper-he is not an angel, quite. He scolds me often; but I think he's nearly always right. And, even if he wasn't, X should try to think he was, Because 'twould break my heart to really quarrel % and because Ob, just because. An...

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

GOOD LAYERS. Those who are anxious to pick up the good laying points m hens should watch their own birds very closely, that is if they have one or more which lay better than the others,, and this is usually the case when only six or seven hens are kept. If the owners will observe the heads of these birds, they will find they differ in shape from those who do not lay so often. The heads of the good layers are much finer, not nearly so thick and heavy looking, the eye is bolder, and they have generally a far more intelli gent look than a bad layer has. The observant farmer will also notice that the good layers are more active and generally on the move and scratching about-that they are the first birds out in the morning and the last to roost at night, and they usually have the fullest crop.

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Farm and Garden. PIG POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Jam M)S ftarbea. Pia POOFTERS. A big port raiser makes very properly the following points A pig is the cleanest of all domestic ftnimain f lie meat of a clean pig has no equal In delicacy of flavor. Pure lard is unsurpassed in pastry eooTcing. The cute about pork are mainly fmmthe ill-keeping of tlie animal. Hogs with, weak backs, stiff limbs, and sore joints have usually tke pig-pen disease. Bemedy, loosening foods, Epsom salts, and. a pasture, or at least a chance to go out upon the ground. A pig-with a long body will usua'iy have a nose of greater length than one with a short body. If we can get a foot of body in exchange for an inch of snout, is it not a good trade? Tlie snout should be broad and strong, not fine and pointed, as this sort of beginning to a hog indicates a delicate constitution. The tail or finish to the hog should be strong, or largeat the base. It may taper down quite fine, bnt a spindling tail, base and all, is a mark of weakness. A deep, well-filled-out ham i...

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In Adjacent Colonies. Affairs in Adelaide. ADELAIDE, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

In Adjacent Colonies: Aflmrs in Adelaide. ADELAIDE, May 5. There is no change to report in the bakers dispute. The masters are employing non union labor, although the eight hours sys tem does not come into operation before May 18th. The masters in some places have given, trials. One master plainly stated that if the men could not get through the work in eight hours others would hare to take their places. The masters object strongly to the demand, for overtime at the rate of Is 6d per hour, through the system being liable to so much, abuse.

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