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Mr. A. G.Ingram. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
A- Gr. f-Fra.1^* ^)n this pase will be found tlie portrait of Mr - Gr- Ingram, who has just successfully conducted the annual meeting of the Croydon Jockey Club to a successful issue. Mr Ingram has had about ten years' exp rienee in the Crulf. and isi well qualified for the position he fills. There was such a nice profit over the last meeting that his club have announced a £490 programme for the spring.
A Religions Romance. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
A. Religions Soaiaiiee. A rojiance of religion came to light in Ireland a few weeks ago. It seems ihat in 1884 an Irishman, who was dangerougly ill believed he was on his death bed, be queathed ne irly all he pjssessed, amounting to £2500, to the late &lt; ardinal w'Oabe, Arch bishop" of Dublin, for the benefit of the Asso ciation far the Propagation of t'ie Faith, which extends aid to missionary work in Aus tralasia and elsewhere. Thj maker of Hie bequest however, recovered and as he had ret iine l only enough to cover the expenses of his expected funeral, he found himself in a state of poverty. For eight yea s he lived -n extreme want, but refrained from mentioning to anyone the Cduse La-t month he died, and inline .iately before his death, he disclosed how he had diverted himself of his property The association to which he had bequeathed his money believed that the donor died in 1884, otherwise it would have taken measures to restore to him the amount which he had handed ...
Mr. David Powell. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
Mr. David Powell. Above we give a portrait of Mr David Powell the new Governor or the Bank of England in succes-ion to ICr Lidderdale. Ajt inquiry wa* held oa Tu«s lay touching the death of Jan s ticevy, who died oa the 14-fch inefc from inj uries sustained owing to a fall from a horee. ft appeus deceased went home on the night ot the 14th with a maa named J. Ktaii, whom he left about, a mile and a' half the other side of Raper's Ijqfc^; deceased was f «ind so oe time after by T-hoe. Lincoln, who w is riding p vMb and siw a mm lfin? ft bo at eiiht. or ten y&lt;trds ''ram the main track. He rode up to deceased a-id found him lying far»e downwards with fo'oad running fr >m his mouth. Lineon then ode on and informed Mr Raper. who w-»nt. hick and found de c»ase1. Ajs deceased had no friends or rela tione, Mr Raper took him to the police station, afterwards to Dr Paoli, and then to the Hospital, whe e li« die! on the '5fch inst. The eavp of deith «as due to an injury to the 6 ...
The Jews in Paris. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
Vlie J«urs in Paris. lie Israelifcish community in Pari- power ful as regird-t numbers and omnipotent in respectto wealth isbeiu^ tenaciouslyattacked by a very &lt;&lt;etermined minority, composed of Catholics who hate the jews for their creed, and of Socialists, who envy and wish to pos sess their wealth. News pa ers. brochure* and books ugaust the jews are ever v wh re to be met with. Thank- to the good sense of the masse-g there is no proof that this heap of printed denunciation and social hate is p irchased The Israelites are busy in the struggle for making m rnej, an&lt;1 their only &lt; rime seems to be thsit they ar m >re success ful than others. ! hey pay their tax: s punc tually, and subscribe to ail charities hind somely; they obey the laws and offend no one's convictions and insult no one s cr ed It is impjssb e then to explain the attempt to revive the aiimosities of the midd.e ages, liaron Roth-eulds niece was married a few dayt a jo, ...
' Dead or Alive." [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
" Dead or Alive." It is by no means unusual (according to the Ages >ew York correspondent) for bodies lo be offered to doctors or medi al students for diss ction, bat it is decidediy new for one to be offered with the option *' dead or alive." This is what a ne^ro named Moulton is charged with doing in Camden, a suburb of Philadelphia, he hav.ng written to % medical student in the latter city to that efivct. The student turad the letter over to the police, two detectives called upon the negro, pre tending that they were medical students, and he made the s .me offer to them. While the authorities were meditating up >n the best course to pursue, their impression beinaf that the only purpose of the fellow was t» defraud somebody by inducing him to pay a few dollars in advance, word c ime that the negro had killed a woman who proved to be his wife and the one whom lie bad offered to the student " dead or alive." is motive for the murder was to get possession of a few hundred dolla...
A Wonderful Clock [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
A Wonderful Clock A curious clock, destine.l for the World's Fair at Chic ig», has be n made by a clock maker at Warsaw named Gro dfaden, who has wo ked at it six \ ears. The clock (says the Daily News) .epivsents a railway etati n, with waiting-rooms for the traveller, telegraph and ticket office?, a rerj pretty well-lighte-1 platform, and a fl »wer-garden. in the centr - of which is a sparkling fountain of clear water. Past the rail way Stat on run the lines. There are also signal-boxes, signals, lights, a d reserroiri—in fact, everything that belongs to a railway stitio« to the smalls - (icai'. In the cupola of the central tower is a clock w «ie ■ shows the time it New To k and P*-kio ; and on the two utter most towers are a calendar and a barom ter. Every quarter of an hour the station begins to show signs of l fe. h irst of all the tele graph official begins to work, rt-e despatches a telegram stating that ttie line is c ear. The doors open, and on th&lt;j platform appe...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, juh 22. The deputation from firoken Hill, who have returned to Ad laide from th j othe colonies, express themselves pleased with the re-wlt. of their labors. After hearing both sides, t ev assert that they are more than ever convinced that the agreement is raoiaHy binding, and consider that, the directors should have agreed to arbi ration. A party of shear re and shed hands were despatched this morning by Ales Smith and Co, all under t he pastoralists' agree ment. The Cit> Coroner, Hr. Whit il a*d Con stable Kea left for Melbourne yesterday, for the purpose of ascert ining evidence could be s-bmitted if Government decide to prosecute the captain n d surgeon of the Oroya, in connecti n with the smatlp x. The Municipal Appeal Court was held on Tuesday before Mr. O.A. M. Morr.e, P.M., and M.r. R. Russell, J.P., when the follow ing v.-d'-ations were upheld:—Thomas K n ler, No*. 174 and 175, valuation £ 0 and £120; H. M urgatjx>yd, No 80 £900; Joe fiicfca...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
arifivr souni wales. Svn «r. JTnlv 22 At the Water Police * ourt to-day, Roderick MeNamara, late manager of the A u-t alian Banking Co, was charged with embezzling the funds of the company. The rharae contains -e eral write, and only a tuin r one * as dealt with to-day. On his accused was committed tor fcria', b fc the hearing of the more serious items will be taken to-morrow. The hearing, of Che charges mai st Francis Ahiga il, chairman of direct ire, of the same insfcit .lion was adjourned till Monday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
; Barrister - 'at - Law, 'i Solicetobietc., sue., OFFIQES : jtjoURT JfoUSS Jhalmbers, Gill-stieet. WILLIAM1 WHITE. cmnrcMi# lim mmtt u Mining, Band, and other Surveys Made. . ~ Applications prepaj^dfor Gold Mining and Grold Fields^iomesteads, Leases^&c. buckland'S BUILDINGS, . diarters .Towers. MJL J. : Mkaim, '■l'H ihs 33JEtDmST, (Late of South Ame&ean Medicine Co.) Is now PraAitisiJbg jiis Profession in aM its Branches* wsmsmrmwk% y§yAL. children'S TEETH REGULATED. AH Artificial Work Warranted. adorers jut. j. g ktiin, «/omb. McDekmoct, Chemist, Mosmeui-st., Charters Towers. A. REYE, Jmjporter OF f^RESS J^ROTT. Consignments received by Every Steamer. • tr . , Country Orders, &c., receive Special Personal j&gttention. LOWEST^Qu^rATION8. ; Note Address— FLINDBESfsTREET, TOWNSfjLLE. - ■ ; ; :'i . ' ■ X ®. bradley AND CO. STOCK, station &&lt;GENERAL com. MISSION age nts AV C T I OlbsE RS, BuBiam^rK. custom HOUSE AGENTS. Agentsbgb— Mutual...