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Affairs in Sydney. SYDNEY, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Affairs in Sydney. Sri»TEF, May 4. At a large meeting of pastoralists lield afc Augledool, near (xoodooga, it was resolved, that a district committee of the Pastoralists* Union be formed, to embrace all counfciy from Walgefct round to Groodooga. along fclie Queensland border. It was also resolved that all pledge themselves to pay the same ~ wages now current for station general mojo^ii - abouts and hands, and not to offer any less nor pay any more for the ensuing season, as both general Laborers' Unions are fixing the rates 25 per cent, in excess of the scale of wages paid in the Goodooga district for Jvhe last 10 years. Shearing will begin in July if men can be obtained.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Shearers' Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

The Shearers' Strike. # RECENT developments of the shearers* strike go to show that although a, l^ood manj men are evidently getting" tired of their long enforced idleness, and are wishing to go back to work, as is shown by the numerous defec tions from the union camps, the leaders of the movement are still to the front, and in most of the strike centres are continuing1 their efforts to urge the men on to keep up the lawless proceedings that have been, so common since the commencement of the trouble. It is all very well for the unionists and their friends to deny that they are guilty of the out rages committed by them, for so long as those outrages take place in the vicinity either of union camps or im mediately following a visitation of a> crowd of unionists, so long will suspi cion attach to them in the minds of -all reasonable men; nnless such a, far-fetched notion be tenable that the squatters would bum their own grass, destroy their own wool-sheds, cut the throats of their o...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
W. V. Bronwn's Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

W. V. Bronv's ElectloiL THE result of the Townsville election, although looked on by many as a foregone conclusion, whs suffi ciently wrapped in doubt, 011 account of the present mixed state of matters social, to make it a very interesting problem. The majority that Mr. W. VILLIEES Bsowir obtained .over his opponent, Mr. OGDEM, 151 votes in Towiisville, and which will probably be increased by the return that is to . come from Hnghenden is one that may, in all fairness, cause the success ful candidate to feel proud of the esti mation in which he is held by his fellow townsmen. Mr. Brown is not a strong party politician. He affeets to represent no one section of the community, and his public life in the past bears this our most fully. Although a membet of the much abused capitalistic class, and a very large employer of labor, the attitude of his employees towards him points him out as one who; extends, to those who are to a certain j extent dependent on him for^ a liveli hood, in addi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hughenden News. HUGHENDEN, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Hugkendeu Mews. HUGHHSTDEN', May 1. Robert Murray left this morning, and much, surprise is felt that Iris fine was' not paid by certain people. Murray certainly led people to believe that life line would fee paid, although, lie admitted he had mo money. The Cambridge Downs people expect to leave on Monday.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Affairs at Rockhampton. ROCKHAMPTON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Affairs aft Rockhampton. J , Kockhamptox, April 30. The case for tlxe Crown in the Peat Downs riot trials, mas concluded shortly be fore one o'clock to-day. Several witnesses were called for the defence, including Patrick Joseph Griffin, lately chairman of the Capella strike camp, who is awaiting his tri^l fpr conepiracy, hut his testimonywa^ corJtecadlebed in its jhdsfc material points by three witnesses called in rebuttal. A lad named Olive also gave evidence for the defence, but in cross-examination he made gome most serious contradictions. The Judge directed the jury to regard his testimony as a mass of falsehoods. The ad dresses of counsel did not occupy very long, but TTib Honor took a considerable time sum ming up, he said me indictment was sound and very formidable, but only included old legal phraseology, which? had not been used for some time. The offence of pure and simple riot was a good big mine, rolled out sonorously, but there TwasV«Jy little in it. What made it look ...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Townsville News. TOWNSVILLE, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Towvisville Mem* .... Towxsvtxle, May 4.. - Bartlam and Co., agents for the Pastoralists' I Association, JiaTje eeafc over 43 ^ free laborers -j fiomkere'd^ week. _ '."1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Winton Wires. WINTON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

I ' ? :-vJ Forbes and aaaired to-day. The being 54 hours oat from Huglienden, and doing the last 170 mile? in 32 hours. lieutenant Edwards with Sergeant Medley and 10 men are on the warpath towards Manuka. All well. Lieutenant Wilson 16 still out.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Two-Stool Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

T«¥»-StftOl lldermeik JL. cipal Coimeil last Friday askingUh© ] Government to use its inflnpn^ in .? inducing the parties to tlie shearing] dispute to concede to a conference. Eight aldermen were present at the ' meeting, three of whom voted in j favor of the motion which was, as a ] natural consequence, declared carried, I the other fire aldermen having sat I id|y b|^and refrained from voting. | Such extraordinary conduct appears, iaexplicahle, but probably we may be , enlightened as to its cause when the papers containing a report of the pro ceedings arrive. It was a clear case, of the minority ruling, and there is, so far as can be seen, no justification for the two «tool performance of the Rockhampton Five. Evidently they did not like to offend either party, and took the easiest (to their minds) way out of file fix by not voting either for or against the motion. That their action will be approved of, either by the shearers or the pastoral is ts is not to be expected, and we shou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Eight Hours' Celebration in Melbourne, REPUDLATION OF STRIKES. MR. DOUGLAS AND THE TRADES HALL LEADERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

i The Eight Hours' Celebra tion in Melbourne, REPUDIAllON OP STRIKES. ME. DOUG-LAS AND THE TRADES HALL LEADEBS. THE following report, taken from the Me bourne Age of April the 22a ', of Air. B. Douglas' speech on the occa- j sion of the Eight Hours' Deraonstra- ! tion in Melbourne will be read with i ter"st. Mr. Douglas is one of the pioneers of the Bight Hoars Move ment iu Victoria, bat judging from , his utterances, he does not approve of the tactic* adopted bj the labor I agitators of the present time::-The chairman, in submitting "The-Day We j Celebrate," expressed his deep regret that tiie position of affiirs had so ] altered since the last occasion on j which they had met together Then the affairs of the colony were bright j and prosperous. Trade was good a«;d j money easily obtained. At present trade was depressed and money hard ; to get. In a few month- the colony has been brought to a condition . f! comparative dilapidation. (No.) He attributed that to the unsettled -state ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Jack the Ripper on the Briny. A Madman On Board Ship. A GREEK RUNS AMUCK ON BOARD THE BARQUE RLVERSDALE. STABS THE CAPTIAN AND OTHERS AND THEN JUMPS OVER BOARD (BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BRISBRANE, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Jack the Ripper on the Briny. A NADNKHI O» BO»r«l Ship. A GREEK! BTJKS AMUCK OST B0AB1> THE BASQUE RLVERSDAIIE. STABS 3CHE X3APIAIK AJST> OTfflEBS AND THEX JUMPS OVE <BOAB» (BT ELECTRIC. TEL,EGRAFH.> (FROM OREOWS CORRESPONDENT./ -B&16BAKE, Mav 4. The barque Biversdale put into Moreton Bay yesterday in distress she bad been to *Tehio, New Caledonia, for nickel, and arrived these on the 24th February. After eae uiitering very heavy weather. The Jiickel Company refused to give her a cargor and while at Teliio a terrific hurricane swept . over the place, and the Kiversdale was . nearly wrecked. After being surveyed the ! vessel left for Sydney for repairs. Some j days after leaving, while in a troublous sear ] an alarm was raised, and it appeared that ! George Ofano, a young Greek seaman, was | running amuck oa the port watch. William ! Broucher was on deck, working the force j pump, when suddenly Ofano rushed on deck j with a key which tras used for screwing...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Herberton News. (From the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

9Xerl»erCoi» 3Vew§. P?P\V (From the Advertiser?) The excitement, caused by the discoveries ""of silver near the town still continues, and claims and leases are stall-being applied for. Since the beginning of the year 66 leases and 77 claims have been applied for, the majority being at Herberton and Chiilagoe. M early all these are being worked, and many have v^ry encouraging prospects. At the Anni versary the shaft is now down about 40£t. The lodeis looking well, the ore beingof the usual quality. We understand that an assay j of the ore shows it to contain over 50 per i cent ofeopper. pre of this quality, even if it contained no silver, wouldpay well to send | to Maayborough. At the Mariposa some surface orehas been struck, and hopes axe entertained that black pre will be found. Some samples of silver ore have been brought into town during the week from the vicinity of Fossilbrook.. The ore did not j assay particularly well, but as the samples were surface stone better ore may be m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warden's Court. FRIDAY, MAY 1 (Before Mr Warden Cusack.) GOLDFIELDS HOMESTEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Warden's Court. ' FRIDAY, MAY L (Before Mr Warden Cusack.) eOLDFIEItDB HOMESTEADS. 2079 Edward Weston, 40a, Horee Creek. Granted. GOED MiNIife XBASES. 1339 ©ay Dawn Ho. 3 Wesfc G-.M. Co, 10a, Day Dawn Beef. Beeommended. EXEMPTIONS FJttOM WOBK. 1250 Kew Grace Darling, 1 month partial, 10 men in lieu of 18. Granted. 1239 Day Dawn P.O. G.M. Co., TutyjL., 6 months pariaal, 8 men in lien of 25. Recom mended, j 986 Hidden Treacure and Mt. Lady Maria, 6 montiis partial, 5 men in lieu of 10. ' fiecommended. . 1262 Queen Consolidated G.1L Co., 1 and 5 months partial, 9 men in lieu of 20. <£fnutted aod xecommended. 1318 Queen Central Gr.M. Co., 1 and 3 months partial, 9 men in lieu of 16. Granted and recommended. 405 IS. H. T. Plant (Victorian Queen), 1 month partial, *1 mea In lieu of 25. Granted. 587 Day Dawn No. 6 West, 1 month. Granted. MABKET GARDEN ABEA 140 W. A- Green, 3a, corner of Slicks and Manners-street. Granted conditionally on proof of notices, etc. JGBEEI TUBES. -405...

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The Land of the Living. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

The Land of the Living. THE five act drama " The Land of the Living," was presented to a Charters Towers audience for the first time oil Wednesday by the Crook Forbes and LyLe Dramatic Company. Owing to a variety of causes tlxe house was not up to first night business, but the audience was enthusiastic, and several mem bers of the Company received a flattering reception, though we are compelled to say that the Gerald Arkwright of Mr. Hollo way was far below what was anticipated from him. He wabbled about like a rudderless ship, and from the manner in which he spoke his lines, it was evident, he did not devote much study to them. If this gentle man thinks that anything is good enough for Charters Towers he is mightily mistaken, and the sooner he becomes as are of that fact the better it will be for him and the Company. It is not pleasant to be Compelled to allude to his performance in this manner, but if we did not do so we would not be fulfilling our duty to the public. The "Land of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Labor Dispute. THE LATEST PARTICULARS. [By ELECTRIC TELEGEAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORESPONDENTS.] ADVALE, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

The Labor Dispute. + THE LATEST PARTICULARS. [by ELECTRIC TEtEGEAPIT.] [FROM OUR OW2f COREESPOJJDBJTTS.] Adavale, May 5. In the case against the men charged vritli arson at- Gumbardo, further evidence showed that tracks corresponding with those of tlie accused were found near the shed on the morning after the fire. Keegan, charged with the intimidation of men world- g for a contractor namei Duncan, at Emuiiaila, was convicted, and sentenced to two months' imprisonment in Roma Gaol. Dillon, the camp chairman, who was charged with conspiring and intimidation afc Milo shed on the night of the fire, was dis charged, as he was not p-esenfc, and could \ only be charged with aiding and afcettingJJj^^ men who had not yet been arrested. j Thecase against Murray for infiraMating Duncan's men has not been concluded, but two of the principal witnesses stated that the men left of their own free will. A few other men have gone to work at Milo. .? The charges against McElroy and Hewitt | fpr burni...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Generalities [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Generalities. Courage is the starch in the eollar of success. j The miller finds life to be one con- j ti«ual grind. ] The cook is an expert at decorating the interior. ! God never intended that any man i shonld be a loafer. Act well for the moment and yon have performed a good deal for eternity. [ Whatever shall befall us, every kind of fortune is to he surmounted by patiently enduring it. j Yonng ^housekeeper-And these j eggs-they are teal country eggs ? Grrocr-r-Tes'm ; genuine hen-made. I A man no sooner ^ets old enough to kuow how to talk well than he learns the value of not talking at all. 'Oh, dear!' said Mrs Baking,'the ants have got into my biscuits.' * What wonderful digestions V ejacu lated the husband. * I say, Mr. Hodge, your dog bit me in the leg last Monday.' * Thar! thait ackeunts fur it. - I kaowed that thar dog didn't get sick for nothink.' ' Where can I find Deacon Johnson!' Coloured Boy-'In the graveyard.' *Ie he dead?' Coloured Boy-'I dun'no'; he was when they t...

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Death of Dr. Magee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Death of 19r. lEagee. I Our cablegrams in this issue announce tlie { death of on illustrious Irish orator and divine. Dr. Magee, late Archbishop of York, was bora at Cork in 1821, being the eon of a curate of the cathedral parish, a.ud grand son of an Archbishop of Dublin. He mani fested a most precocious power of learning, and entered Trinity College, Dublin, at the early age of thirteen years. Following in tlie fo jtsteps of his father, he took holy orders j and soon woti wide feme as a preacher, j Having been incumbent of Quebec Chapel, ] London, he received the living of Ennis tiilen, and later, the Deanery of Cork. In 1 1868, when the Irish Church was threatened | with disestablishment, the annual Church ; J Congress was held at Dublin. At that Congress Dean Magee preached a famous i sermon, which was the occasion of his receiv | ing from Mr. Disraeli, the offer of the j Bisho; _ic of Peterborough. But the most splendid and famous manifestations of his oratorical power was his ...

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

Scientific Mi&ceilany; Pinr-;Of.-A German anatomist has called the attention his class to certain hysterical women who ace affected with a kind of 4 pain-jov' - not only experiencing- no pain from surgical mutilation, "hat having- a morbid desire to hear without anaes thetics operations which should prove very painful. A young- woman was introduced who had seriously injured her lower jaw during a paroxysm of hysteria, hut who had insisted upon having- the necessary remov«l of part of the jaw andligature of two arteries performed without an anaesthetic, and subsequently declared that the opera tions had given her great pleasure. ELECTRICALLY-AIMED GTUNS.-In a new invention, a small, dry battery, an i electro magnet, and a circuit-closer of mercury are so arranged in the stock of a gun. that the weapon can be discharged only when elevated to a predetermined angle. At other posi-, I tions the trigger is locked and cannot: I be pulled, The device is claimed to , ensure precision...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

Correspondence. TO THE EDITOB. Sm,-1 wish, to draw your attention to a state of affaire which has existed for some considerable time. Hardly an evening passes-^ over but what crowds of drunken, unftuly blackfeliows can be seen fighting and."Wrang ling In Marion and Miner streets. They "are a source of considerable annoyance to persons - located there. They fight right in front of your door, and if ordered off will not go, but swear at you, and raise their " waddy" to you. It is only the other day that a woman was walking along the road when a drunken biackfellow ran out, and was just in tSie act of striking her, when a neighbor came to lier assistance and drove Mm away. They prowl about the houses all night, and on several occasions have deliberately walked into pri vate houses and demanded all manner o£ things, frightening the wits out of the Vromen. The blacks seem to have no diffi culty in obtaining drink, as they can be seta with billycans of beer any day. l^iis should - not be ...

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The Stornteller. SWEET IS REVENGE. [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 9 May 1891

By J. FmXMEBAIaD M0LLOY, JLutlwr qf " How Came He Dead ?" ** - Villain Romeo" A Modern Magician. $c., fyci. f>TOW FIEST PUBLISHED] J&rGfiTS RESEfiTED.j WT- A Strange KOBBEKT. Breakfast at the Abbey was some what later iliaii usual next urorning. Sir Dangers, hale and rosy-cneefced, was the firdt to enter the room, in »»« hands a packet of letters lie tMdjofifc taken from the mail bag. Meg and Ethel came next, the latter looking pale and as if trim .«. eSecte of a sleepless night; the former bright and buoyant and filled with hope for the future* The poor relation fol lowed, and they were presently joined Oiy Lard Heetor, who had been waik the park, and by the captain, ^landLand smiling; whilst final'v Mrs. > Cr ay worth, her complexion toned down to suit the morning light, came tripling in with apologetic speeches oil her lips for her tardy arrival. ? s, ' Must yon really leave us to-day i Ethel asked, turning to Lord Hector. * I fear so. I want to catch toe midday tra...

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

n KLUGE Bros., SADDLERS jlkb HARNESS MAKERS. Three Highest Awards 1887. Six Highest Awards. 1889. -O-r. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, Charters Towers. OEITISTBY. 'R. W-. H. DREUX, Surgeon Dentist;, Hon. Dentist, Charters Towers Hos pital, may be consulted on all Branches of his Ensfe^ion, at Ms Rooms, nerfc the Wesleyan Church, Especial attention given to preservation and eonser vation of tlie ns^usal Teetii. Artificial Swbsti&wtes in, <lU riety, of High-elcuss WorU ?' maiiHhip awl idrtisUc ?W. Resident Boctor^ received front 10 to 11 a.m.

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