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WATCH YOUR NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

WATCH YGUE NOSE. Already the claim is made thatone's dis position iB outlined by his noBe. According tothe Buffalo Commercial, large nos'rils eliow courage. People of fearless dispositions j breathe fully and freely. All the fiercer ani mals have dilated nostrils. Hie drooping nostrils show hiBtiionic talent. II the nose also droops, it denotes tragic power, and if only the cosbii the capacity 1b marked for the interpretation of eome'jr. When <Jie nose is thin at the bridge it shows generosity, whilea nose that is thick at the bridge argues inquisitiveness. When it is 'tip-tilted like the petal of a flower,' the person is inquisitive. A projecting nose argues a disposition to in vestigate. It is ahead of tbe person as it were and wants to sc?nt out-things. Look at your nose in the glass and see what sort of person you are any way. If your cose Ib blue you hare a badcirc ulation, if very pale you are suffering from poority of blood, if full of blackheads, which you can sqe...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVER COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

* •• • • LIFER GOMPi AINT. Isthe cause of many painB and aches-which some people consider are separate and dis tinct complaints. Headaches, papitation, indigestion, flatulence, &c,are symptoms of adisordered liver and stomach. Many are the quack nostrums sold as eures for " indi gestion ;" but: surely the world is getting sufficiently enlightened to see through the quackeiy which is so prevalent in this coun faj. There are broken down plumbers, }ain ters, plastprersj and printers selling " medi cines " to cure diseases of which these people do not even know the symptoms, to say noth ing of the therapeutics. Such is not the case, however, with |>r Flet her's Fills. These are Hie prescription of one of Eng land's most eminent physicians and patholo gists, and have 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 Ever complaints, and can be used by both sexes with ...

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FRIDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

FRIDAY, July 22, In the No 6 east level of the Victoria mine at a distance in from the underlie, of 26ft, a big body of highly mineralised stone, show ing gold freely, has come in. The stone is. quite the best looking yet won from thie phenomenal property. The depth is 1000ft on the underlie. At Mill's Day Dawn United there is a reef 18in thick in the end of No 6 level, and the stopes above show a reef varying from 18in to 10ft thick. In No 5 level there is a reef 2ft 6in thick in the face, and the etopes above carry 10ft pf stone; over No 4 level there are lift of stone. Daring the fortnight 3187 tracks were hauled.

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SATURDAY. JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

SATURDAY. Juit 23. : The Victory G.M. Co. announced a dividend {the 29th.) of 2s per 50,000rh share, equal to £5000. From the Victory .old shaft 60 tons have been hauled for the fortnight, and fiOm Jib. 2 shaft220 tons for th *t period. At the Brilliant the haulings for the fort sight have been 2316 trucks, equal to, ap proximately, 1JL58 tons. The straightshaft at the Day Dawn Free hold Extended, is now 591ft 6ia. Owing to numerous heads being met with, the ground u had for shooting. The machineiy is re ported to be in good working order. At the Brilliant Freehold the necessary surface works are being pushed Ton with. The ensuing fortnight should see the com pletion of the erection of the air-compressor, etc, ■ . At the beginning of the week a start was made to open out in the 280ft on the under lie of the Queen Central mine, which starts - from the bottom of the straight of 550ft,-and • yesterday some a'one was broken down,; showingjgood gold. It has every appearance of making lar...

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MONDAY, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

" -UGSBAY' Smx 25. Adiyidead, t»he2lBfc of Is has beea de el&redby the So 7 Ml &' Queen, Q-.M. Co., ^ML jbo £2,409. Thedividenl is payable on 29th ipEt. " At Crave u'e Caledonia 63 tons of stone bare been hauled for the fortnight The total aniount raised for crushing to date is 340 ' tone, of which. 320 have been carted to the milL Tn the Golden Mundic the fac-^ of the Tfo. 2 east lev^l shows 2ft 6in of good mundic stone. The rmoeiis said to look better at this moment than ever it did. Fifteen tone have heen hauled for the fortnight, besides which Soden and party have o or 6 tons broken down ready Cor hauling. Fait of tine cargo of the India Q.R.M.S, consists of a large coil of wire rope manu factured in England, to the order of the Mills Day Dawn United O.U Go. The length of the rope whicli is one inch in diameter, is betweeo three and four miles, and its weight is 6k ions. This is, we believe, the longest coil of rope ever imported to North Queensland. Alao by the ...

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TUESDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

TUESDAY, Jui,y 20. TheVietoria and Caledonia Block straight shaft is now 750ft deep, 728ft 6in of which have been, timbered. The straight shaft; at the Hidden Treasure 1 South, is now 257ft deep, 15ft having been sunkfor the fortnight. At the New Hidden Treasure 80 tons of stone have been hauled for the fortnight, making the toal at grass 180 tons. The main shaft is row down to a depth of 498ft on the underlie. At the Star of Hope the level from the plat has been driven 31ft for the fortnight. The formation carries a number of leaders, some of which show good mineral. At the Stockholm it is expected that the No 7 South level now in 62ft, will cut the main reef in a few feet. Doody and party, who hold Vo 2 block in the No 4 south level have 65 tons of stone in the hopper. Carney and party, who hold a tribute on the cross reef, have 90 tons at grass.

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Managers' Reports. 4B DAY DAWN WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Managers' Reports. 4B DA.Y DAWN WEST. M. T. Hollings worth, manager, reports under date July 22:—'"he drive has been extended 10ft for the fortnight, total from erosseut 43ft. There axe about lOin of forma tion intermixed with quartz leaders. The ground is very hard.. JULIiETT's WEIiLCNGTOK. The manager, W. Percy, reports for the fortnight ending July 22nd:—No5 west level has been driven lift 6in; the reef is Bin of poor quality stone. In the stope abave this level there are 8in of good quality stone. No 6 west level has been driven 7ft 6m, there is no reef at present. The stopes at the back of the level will average Gin of reef of poor quality. No 7 west drive, has been extended 13Efc. No change to report. Stone raised for the fortnight 30 tons ; total up to date 140 tons. COLTBN MU8BIC. James McDonald -manager, reports under date, July 23rd:—I beg to report on the work done in your mine for the past fort night. Your No 2 east level has hem ex tended a further distance of 17ft, mak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

■.:>'. - j -;;-c:JUf',.Vv^--. ..-r. sS54 ?; IMlfc THE ERECTION ANI> REPAIRING OF STEAM ENGINES, AIR COMPRESSORS, GEARING AND MACHINERY OF EVERY CLASS, FOR MINE AND MILLING PURPOSES, RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION. M For Mining, Irrigating, Wool-washing, &c. quoted for on Application. Motions requiring Machinery, or having tsanw to erect will have our PROMPT ATTENTION! M. & Co. have arranged for Supplying ALiLi GLASSES OF MACHINERY. • -•" . •. mrtiriift « en. ; ; M A K E A SPECIALITY O F SHOES &P BEST HARD HEMATITE, AN D r • FREE FBOM BLOW-HOLES.

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Mount Lewis Tin Field. (Contributed to the Port Douglas Times). [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

mount Len1§ Tin field. (Contributed to the Port Douglas Times). Doubtless you think that your Mount Lewie correspondent mast have left for fresh scrub and new diggings. Such, however, i& not the case, for I am at the present time working a email deposit of the metal on Che hatter system, and looking out for something fresh. Reports came up here of a new find down the Mitchell, eo Messrs Munro, Cameron and Reilly shouldered bluey mid started for the scene of operations, about nine miles down the river from Font Hill station, where they had a good look round | and inspected Messrs McLean and Holmes* ehow, and they think, may turn oat a valu able property if carefully developed. There axe a good few blows round about the ridges which might pay for prospecting. A little stream tim has also been found in some of the creeks but nothing to warrant a rush, and there is no water for sluicing purposes in any of the creeks till the wet season sets in, while the did; is not rich enough ...

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Managers' Reports. VICTORIA & QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Managers' Iteporte. VICTORIA & QUEEN. The manager, B. Trev^rthen, reports for tbe fortnight euding July 13, 1892. if»m mersley and party hare sunk yonr Bhaft a furth. i depth of 9 ft, making total from sur face 130ft. There is no change in theground to report on, we are etill sinking through hard granite country. Eveiything js w good workin g order !Hi:!S TOOMBA. William Wesley, manager, report® under date July ICth: We hare driven for the fortnight a distance of 19ft; total distance from shaft 65ft. There are about lOin of stone in this dr.ve. It is splendid looking stone, but we have driven through about 9ft of a blank. In the stope in the back of this drive the reef will average about lOin. ifwto raised 34 tons of stone for the fort night. 1*53. OAT DAWJT 4A WEST- J M. *foolihan, manager, repo ts under date July 18th s We finished t ae plat on Thurs day, tie 7th, and opened the No. 8 level east. It is in 10ft to date. As we a-e driv ing on the same part: of the formation ...

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Warden Riley's Report. (From the Cloncurry Advocate) TO THE UNDER-SECRETARY FOR MINES, BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

- ^ ' (fromhie Cloncurry Advocate7) v tp the undeb-Secretauy job Moras, ssibbm. -j Sir,—I havetbe honor to forward my re port on the goldfield under mj charge in this diBferietj for the qoarter ending 30th June, 1892.1 took charge of this district on 19'h May ultimo, «nd found, at that time, mining matters very dull Since then, however, 1 am glad to say, mining prospects have looked up somewhat, in consequence of gold having been found, in what is considered payable quantities, on the Leichhardt Kiver. The rewardclaim having been applied for in Sfovember last, I started to the Leichhardt on 22 nd June, for the purpose of visiting Hie areas The distance from Cloncurry tothe | gold working is 86 miles, which took two and ft days to reach. The country is very' much broken,-and promising-lojking for: gold. 1 granted a reward claim to James Doolan and John Molloy, on 25th June, 1892, after examining their show. The j shaft, from which I obtained the prospects, ; was not more than 8 to 10...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

J. N. FAMES. Sharebroker. FLINDERS STREET, TOWHSFILLB

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INCREASED BUSINESS. LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

INCREASED BUSINESS. London, July 21. j I Owing" to increased business, it is feared in the city that a rise in colonic stocks will indnce an early loan, which would be much deprecated.

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MR. DIBBS IN LONDON. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

MR. DIBBS IN LONDON. I London, July 22. I Mr. Gosehen has expressed himself as favorable to the investing of trust funds in Colonial etoekB, provided proper safeguards for the limitation , of borrowing are made, and the main? tenance of the security to investors is kept intact. He has pro mised to forward to Mr Dibbs a draft bill with the safeguards to investors considered necessary, which, if approved of by the colonial ministries, would be a basis onwhich to legislate. Mr Gnoschen is of opinion that the consolidation of Australian stocks is feasible, especially if inter minable stock is created. Mr Dibbs in a' ranging with Sir William Lewie, Lord Armstrong, and Mr Taylor (civil engineer), for plans and specifications of the coal loading plant employed at Cardiff, with the idea of adapting it to the needs of . Newcastle. London, July 23. At a, public dinner Lord Knutsford announced that the honor of Knight hood had been conferred on Mr Dibbs! Mr Dibbs expressed himself as greatly g...

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HONORS FOR MR.DIBBS. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

HONORS FOR MR. DXBBS. \ London, July 22. 1 Mr Difobs had a favorable interview with Mr Goscheii concerning trust funds and consolidated stocks. The Qneen will to-morrow, personally, in vest Mr Difobs -with the order of Com mander of St. Michael and St. George.

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BAD FOR BREWERS. LONDON, July 32. I [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

BAD FOR BREWERS. I Lohdof, July 32. I The hop prospects, with regard, to the present crop, are rather gloomy, owing to vermin. Mould is also pre valent, and the recent gales have somewhat damaged the plants.

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EASTERN AFFAIRS. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

EASTERN AFFAIRS. I » Londoh, July 22. I Sir Charles Ewan Smith has arrived at Tangiers, where Hie Vizier and ministers from Fez are expected to resume parleying. There axe some stir rang details concerning Sir Charles's courage and coolness daring his dis pute with the Sultan.

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WOOL MARKET. LONDON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

| WOOL MARKET. 1 I London, July 22. 1 The Bradford wool market is un chaaged, bat there are more enquiries, and fair bpfiioees is doing.

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TROOPS REQUIRED. LONDON, July 2l. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

t TROOPS REQUIBED. I London, July 3l 1 v The Governor o£ Pennsylvania lias refused to remove the tr<ops from Mr Oudie^bV iiomestead until lavr and order isreefcorecL Hestates that he troiild rtfther spend eveiy shilling in

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MUKDERERS SENTENCED. LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

I MUKDERERS SENTENCED. 1 I Lokdos, July 21. I . Fifteen prisoners have been tried at Sofia for the mnrd^r of Bel|»hefff the Bulgarian Several were sentenced to death, and some to long terms of imprisonment.

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