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THE IMPERIAL ELECTIONS. London, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

THE IMPERIAL ELECTIONS. London, July 18. The former members have been ie^ elected as follows:—Norfolk : Nor them division, Herbert Hardy, Gk; JJast Waterforid: Patrick Power, N.; Hortb Londonderry : Henry Mul hollaiid, C.; Northern Worcester: . Benjamin Hingley, Gr. J. Canty, N., was elected for ISast Cavan, J. L. McCarthy, N., for Mid Tipperary, and Roberts, Gv, for Wes tern Denbigh. Earl Salisbury after visiting Wind sor,' decided to meet Parliament. * A French paper les Debate believes Mr Gladstone will instil a feeling of good wilL The GHadetonian Liberals, Parnel lites and Anti-Parnellite members number 45 more than the Conserva tives and Liberal Unionists.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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AN INQUIRER. LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

AN HfQUIRER. liOSDOHj July 19. The Committee appointed bj a meeting of depositors in theEnglish and Australian Land Mortgage Bank has decided to send Mr Warwick, an the state of theB*nk'« colonial busi

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Hooligan on the Rock. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

i=Looliga.u. oil tlie JEIocls. Mrs H : Just look, Mis Finueane! Hooligan has this Sunday made his wheelbarrow easy-chair into a lovely r ekin'-chair out of his p ckaxes.'

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Pa Was a Poor one. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Pa. Was a Poor vrne. ' I had to be away from school yesterday' said Tommy. * You must bring an excuse,' said the teacher. 4 Who from?' ' Your father.' * He ain't no good at making excuses: ma catch 6 him every time.'

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Too Much Curiosity [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Too Hatch Curiosity * W ii it was trod doing all the time Detore he made the world ' asked an incipient Bob Ingersoil of a Harlem Sunday >chojl teacher. Ihe tea her we- eileni for some minutes evidently absorbed in deep thought, bat aronsing himself he said: ' Ghod was growing switches with which to drive out the curiodiy of little boys,' and drawing the boy across a bench the teacher allayed temporarily at least, the curiosity of the seeker after more light.

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A Dusky Joker. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

A Dusky Joker. 1 Bow, Margaret,' said Mrs. JaeKsjQ, aa d essiag the coiored cook, * we have just got In a supply of flour and I want jou to nuke it go as far as possible.' * Fessum.' ' The times are very hard now, you under stand, and it is about s mu h as wa can do to meet expenses,' ' Yessum.' ' I hope that you will pay attention to whar' I say.' * Yess im' About two weeks later Margaret went to Mrs. Jackson and *aid : * De flour is out.® * What ?' * ( say de flour is out.' ' That can't be possible.' 4 Wall, it's out, all de same.' ' Yo j good for nothiug thing, you took the most of that flour home, you know yoa did!' •«Who, me ?' * Yes, you,' t Wall, uow, sense yer gittin' so pussonat, I'll j st t -11 yer dat yer ou^hier mine how yer talks ter me. Yer said dat yer wanted dat.iiour ter go ez fur ez uoisible, an' I made it go fur, way out on de yudder side of town. JSf dat ain't fur ernuff out into the count -y — ' I hare a great miud to have you arrested.' ' What fur ? 'Case yesse...

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A Very Powerful Tale. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Very Powerful Tale. Q-bhtdbbeait; * I'm afiraii he wouldn't make a goad wateli-dog.' Dog Fancier : ' WHy, lor bleBS yer heart, it was only las' week this 'ere werry animal held a burglar down by the throat and bent his brains oat with his tail.'

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He Was Dry. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

fflfe Was Dry. * lake this seat, sir,' said, a lad* who was riding upon a street car during a recent down-pour of tain. ' Thank you,' answc-rad the man addressed, and he at once eat down in the vacant seat next to the lady, who was a stranger to him. Then he began to fidget ani smile, but the lady took not the slightest notice of him. the had simply out-maneuvered mother m>o who, in dripping wet Mackintosh, was making for that seat The p sssenger she had invited to occupy it wob dty, and she knew if the other one sat down his proximity would ruin her brave spring attirse which she so cleverly protected by her little m&nae .ver.

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The Finnimore divorce. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

The Finoimore divorce. The Divor.-e Ooart at Wellington (writes fclie Age s Vew Z^lflud eo respondent, unde • flute 17rh June) iuH bae < occupied witi a case in irhieh one of the principal p rfcies is w 11-knotvn to a Jirge numbe* of people in lie Hourne. It was a suit brought b>' M'S Finnimore for a divorce from her husband, who «s well known in Kelbour ie as Major Finnimore. When the parties were mar ried in Wellington, many years ago (Mrs Fin ina ire being the daughter of a i old and we <1 thy • esident of (.ha city, w to was fami liarly know<■ as " Paddy " Anderson), the re spondent was a clerk in 'he Oriental Bank at Wangmui HV sirred as a volunteer in the Maori war on the West coast of the • r h Irland, and was n tlie fiei i witti Von Tempsky and 1 aptain Row*n against the rebel natives, l-d by the <edoubr ble chief 'itokowaru. On the —rminut »n of hostili ti'sftfajo- i niinore entere 1 into bi-in es »e an auctioneer in Wanganui, ...

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Another Authority on the Male. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Another Authority on the IHiile. Tli ■ inule stance upon four legs except when it's riled." then it «tio is upon one leg i *d kic e with the other rJire *. Hie mule is the only aoimtl t'i t Sfoib did'nt kk-f into the * • k wii.h him. CVe loikeJ over the. f eight li-fc caremlly, =ind did not see a mule way-billed for any place, -o clear-headed a ma . did not dare take on * on boxrd, as he kne v he would kick a hole throug i her m less than a week. I don't kniw a man oo *ho *e head jo t cou'd pou* quicksilver and run le?s isk of it's sp l liag off than on Noali'c?. He was a dreadful level- headed man, and before the freshet was ov*r everybody on earth realized the fact. The or Lin «»f the mule is envc'oped in a • ood deal of nivsterv. Tradition informs us that when t-»e fluo i subsided, atri the Ark hid Wmde i <m Mount Ararat, "vo.i'i was very much surprised in one of his first observa tions to find a !.'oo:l h ^althy mule standing on the top of an adjoining mo intain. I ho...

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Percy River Notes. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) PERCY RIVER, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Percy River Notes. (fbom our co rhbsposdejjt ) Perot Rivrr. July 15, I hare very little to chronicle for the past fortnight I eyond the ordinary news of a mining fiel-l, although th«- opposite should be the case if the repo ts in the Eih'ridge Mining Journal of the 5th inst are to be credited, but of this mo e anon The weather still con'inues dry and for th • last week has been tufrerly c -Id, frost and ice making the r appearance on one or t * o mornings. The roads to the eoast must b*» i'i good order, as on the 5th instant Ire-Ian-, a car rier, landed his goods here in exactly four weeks from date of leaving Townsville, that is to say, it took him oniv a week longer to cirry four tons of g- ods 26" nules than it take# a le^er in the ordinary course lo go to Georgetown (75 mile-) and a reply to come back; and yet the Postmaster General " can no r. pee his **ay to grant our request for a direct mail," which would reduce this time to f- ur days, or at the o t-?ide five, and in additi...

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The Wineral Wealth of the Interior. (Port Douglas Times) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

The Witieral Wealth of iiie Interior. {Port Douglas Timr*) w ltti a view ot placing oerore our reaaers a few particulars of neighboring mining cen tres, of which Po*t Douglas is the natural out let, we interviewed It. Wsilsh of the firm of Messrs. Walsh and Co. who has been absent for the past four weeks, during which time lie visited the various mining c -litres and sta tions, and the following interesting facte were gleaned:— I left Port Douglas on the 12th June, and reached Northcobe next day, where r. M'Tavish. the manager of the mines, informed me that his company was going to erect a 10 head battery, o crush the quartz obtained in the Emily vlaim; they have in t-ight from the bottom of the levels 2000 tons of st «ne cal culated to go an ounce to the ton. The smelter at the antimony mines was at work, satisfactorily reducing the lower grade ores from the Lizzie, and the ores of higher grade were being' bagged, several tons of which had already been despatched to Port ougla Clar...

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Melbourne and Caulfield Cups. MELBOURNE CUP: 2 Milee. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

mawmWB 2 Miles. sfclb . & .. Danfeta r:V I MelTOlio ... . 8 8 Scot Free IHeadnought J9 6 Ethelbert ^Spda ... 9 4 ]>viatb&n ■ Stromboli ... 9 3 The Ckptein Sir William... 9 2 Oandnifir .... Admiral F reedem Oxide Correze Jj% Tosca Realm Tarcoola Paris... - Porteea Workman Tirailleur 8 6 St. Albans IX 8 £ G'Naroo ... 8 4 AntseUB ... fi a St. Liaize ... 8 3 JMgPonftoe Cionid ^tfoaal ... 8 © Enuc... ... 8 0 Swell Glenloth Pilot Boy John J"5. ® I . Norbert ® ^ Honetonn ... « is ... 8 12 Scrip... ;.. ® 12 ^temdiaeef ... 2 Jj VogengRng ... 8 lo FeraleaF 8 ® Singapore ... ® 8 Sunlyal ^ ^ Bnndas 1 Adwnhwa* ... Star of Erin... Wiora .. Golden ... Attelaus ... 8 2 Vantell 8 O Mascara Honor Bright All There .... 6 O m; of Garter g 0 Culloden ... 712 Blarneystone J 13 fliinaftfe ... • -18* Trombone 7 12 - 7 JT 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ■T 7 7 7 7 7 7 *" « M»- S.THBB Forty Winks 711 Syntax Iiitigant " " - • usesiora Steadfast Affiance Chatham . AUMa Hartangton . Idttle Bernie LordHopef...

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

IS - OK THE v - Bun at Flemlxgton, November 1st, 1892. ^ -*. 10,000 Subscribers at «•». Od.-SI^SO.-JLess 10 per cent. DO Eitra flush Prizes. ISrary Investor of 5>. Iia» a cbnce of drawing S Separate Fiues Segieter all «ni enclose TWO Addressed Envelopes—one for reply and one for result elip. Torn or©e£acedTickete will liofc be recognised vr;; •; TOBACCONISTS ANOStAHONEOS, Petrie's Bight and Roma Street, Brisbane. TaUOTHINdll Wnothihisii to the widespead interest always taken in the big Spring Events of the South the Proprietors of The SOBTI QUSKISLAI1) SWIS1BE ' Havedeterniined tooffiera For successfully picking the Treble CAULPIELD GUP, V.R.C, DERBY AND MELBOURNE CUP, Runrespectively on October 15, November 1, and November 3, under th e following conditions :— (1.) No one connected with the SFojtTH Queensland SfiGisTEE or Nobtheen MnsEK newspapers to be aliowedto compete. j (2 ) The appended Coupon to be cut out; and the names of the horses tipped to be written opposite the race...

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

TATTERS ALL'S CLUB. CHARTERS TOWERS. :o: — xsittsfr TO BE HELD ON Mfi . 'i . ' " Charters Towers Racecourse osr THURSDAY, 28TH JULY. FLYING HANDICAP. Of 50 sots. ; second horse 6 sovs. froai the prize; 6 furlougs; nomination 1 sot., acceptance l^sovs. HACK race. Of 15 sovs., second horse 3 sovs. from the prize, for all approved hacks which a*- the time of starting have not won a prize of the value of 6 govs, or over; 1 mile; catch weights; nomination 15s. TATTERSALl/S HANDICAP. Of 125 sovs.; second horse 15 sovs.; third horse 5 sovs. from the prize; 1£ miles; nomination 1 sor., acceptance 5 sovs. SHORTS HANDICAP. Of 40 sots. ; second horse 5 sovs. from the prize. Winner of the'Flying Handicap to carry 7 lbs. penalty; 5 furlongs; nomination 1 sot., ceptance 1 sot. BOOKMAKER'S PURSE. 01 70 sots ; second horse 10 sovs from the prize. Winner of the Flying Handicap to carry 51b penalty, winner of Tattersalls Handicap to carry 71b penalty. Penalties cumulative; one.mile; nomination 1 sw a...

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The Imperial Elecrions. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

liOFDON, J uly 19. Darwin.C^h^^ Jgtehfield division, Stafford, by a " for North Kerry. The former member has been re-elected for Durham mid-division, John Wilson^, (a. Other elections are:—West Cork^ James Gilhooly, If; Derby, High , Peak; division: W. Sidebottom, 15; Ohester, North-iv ich division: John Brirane, Gr. 0'Driscoll,N, has been elected for . South Monaghan, and Thompson, li U, for Hands worth division, Staf ford. Guly ten more elections have to ^bake place in order to complete the .. new Honse of Commons; 669 members having been returned. The following is the present strength of the various parties : Con servatives, 267 ; Liberal Unionists. 44? ; Gladstonian Liberals, 272; Nationalists, 68 ; Parnellites, 9. Total 660. Total Ministerialists 311 ; total Home Rulers 349," majority 38. The total number of votes recorded: ; tor the Unionist candidates was 2,118,000, for the Gladstonian liber als and Nationalists 2,375,000. The Uniomst members elected for English, constituenci...

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

Jj. )N AR D begs to infocm the Business Public of Charters Towers, Secretaries of GohkMining .Companies and oth**r Local Institutions iW lue hl.> recently impoi^s-dfrom London one of the Latest Improved Plants for 3 and hopes to receive a share of the public patronage. The prices charged n.e strictly reasonable, y w u KB «E BK and the article .supplied isguaran- - I jQL I »/j| teed to-give satisfaction. A large A MwWk, AS a A : ■ c^ock of X!o jiiLs aiad other appliances for the* repair of RnbberStamps always ou hand. Address all orders care of Northern Miner Office Oill-street-Cliarters To were. ! RS (Ryaj* Street, next to Masonic E B S JMl XJsefVtl Gowzte, Sa.ll, 1 Ladies in the Country can have a Good Fit bysending Pattern Bodice. Dress, Mantle, and Habit Making Establishment. received a choice assortment of Winter Goods, Wedding and Mourning Costumes made up on the Shortest Notice. INDIES' AND CHILDREN'S UDERCLOTHING "3 In Stock. on-street, Charters Towers. FASHIONABLE DRESSMA...

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

A FUM house greeted Maven'e Folly Com pany again on 'Friday. A new and capital programme was presented, and the per formers, judging by the plentiful applause, improve on acquaintance. The most notable of the new Items presented were Miss Her bert's singing of Jude's " Plymouth Sound," which she rendered with correct expression, and Mr Perry Ryan's comicalities, " If theMan in the Moon Could Talk," is funny enough for anything. Miss Maven, who was in capital voice, sang to the tune of the " Wearing of this Green," a song describing some of Ireland's woes with such effect as produced a double recall, and Blisses Wilson and Ryan contributed some capital dances and sketches. Periy's clog dancing, as on the previous evening, fairly brought down the house, and the acting of the company in the concluding farce sent all away in thorough good humor. Quite a familiar understanding exists between the company and many of the audience, enabling eome gcod local hits to be got Off during the even...

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

by Nicole HIGH-C LA S S SILVER of Gold. and other celebmted maJtem. AND SILVE R JEWELLERY, and ELECTRO PIRATE, CLOCKS, and for WEDDING and BIRTHDAY PRESENTS. Every Article Qowastoel in. the above lines mroea obs equal to new. . *.. -- u^-rt ■ : t DEAHSTE STREETS, <Av lifGh assumed the l,rrtpc«!t«i,siiip of the above f[otel, and iliorangkly renovated the House from stem to stent, hereby invites his Old ^riendB and the Public in GeMnt to call and try his brands of Liquors. NOTHING BUT THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING KEPT,. and (but is not kept longer than 'possible, as everybody who calls is attended to instanter. A GOOD TABLE AND PIRiST GLASS ATTENDANCE, P I B EI TOWERS BEER!! a l A R ! W HOLESOME* TH3B Public of Charters Toweis can best consult their own interests, and that of their City by Supporting the Local Industry —TO W E B>'@. B E EE The only truly genuine article. Call for it and see yon get it. On tap everywhere. % TINSMITH, PLUMBER, & GALVANISED IRON to b...

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

'^Ths last esflimnation of Thomas Bray, John Hemlfc. and Heniy SaJreT was held yesterday before Mr C, A. 11. Moms, P.H, Mr Jf. Milford appeared for Hie insolvents, lib creditors appeared to cross-examine, and &teieiwng«afe»ifi were &eeiared dosed. - GALVANISED IRON, ZINC ANO TIN PLATE \ *. CHARTERS TOWERS. JOH H HANRAN, Sen., ftirnitiire Warehouse, Flinders Street. Joins' HA3STBAS", sen., has the Best Furniture Warehouse north, of Brisbane. John Hwinm confines himself solely to the Furniture Trade, and is therefore in a to supply hie patrons with all their requirements in the Furniture T,inP John lT»mr«M asks ®®bb about to furnish to cslII and inspect his Magnificent Stock. There is no necessity to bny. John Hanran can furnish throughout tlie most Spacious Villa Besidence, and in a style to scat the tastes of the most fastidious connoisseur. John HnTimn delivers all Goods bought to any part of the town, wharves, or railway station. John Hainan asks the public to get ...

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