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Shipping Hems. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
ABKCTT&ZS. July 19.—Cintra, e. Captain W. W. Hampton, from South. Passengers—Mes dames Park, Elliott, Haralson and «hiHt Morrison, Agrati, Conaris, Boland, Farreliy, Soils and child, Blakey, Halliday; Mis6 ®aldesley; Sir Duncan McNab; Messrs Garter,' Carter, Ingleby, Walker, Penny, Clayton, Donalds in, Hopkins, Webb, Moy lao, Blakey, Halliday, Stuart, Gordon, Care less, Tonner, Goodyear, McColl, Ward, Aliingham, Wilch, Saunders. Clarke, BEc • Laird, Braddock, Drysdale, Young, Wil Ioughby, Mather, Rannie, HTcgende, Harte, Cemaris, Abrahams, Dellentiy, Lascelles, @eq. Boberte, and 55 In the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd., agents. July 21—Glanworth, s, Captain Sinclair, from Burketown via~ ports, Passengers— Mrs Pasenal; Messrs W. J. B. Cameron, Wolk, Ferguson, Butterwortri, G. f. Moore, I IS. W, Turnbull, and three in the steerage. Bums, Philp and Co,L>td, agents. My 21—Kingswear, e, Captain Farmer, from Maryborough. Aplin, Brown and Co , Xitd, agents. July 21—Jasper,...
The Imperial Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
Tlie imperial Elections. The Imperial elections are concluded, and now thai the great battle lias been fought and won, it is interesting to compare the result with the decision of the constituencies in 1885 and 1886. The electionin 1885 was 4he first held after the passing of the Heform Bill; which emended house* hold suffrage to the comities, and raisedthe agricultural laborer into an important political factor. In those daystheeounties were the stronghold of the Conservatives and the ^Liberals triumphed in the boroughs. To the great surprise of all, the boroughs reversed their traditional policy, and the 232 Snglish borough electorates returned 118 Conservatives and 110 Liberals, the other four seats being held by Independents. Commencing Isr'this way, the Conservatism ex pected to have a sweeping majority, bat xj /anift on, there was another sur prise, ' and . this : time an ; na palatable &lt;nie^ for v who secured but lOOseats as against 133 wonbythe liberals, althoughf...
Knew Her Own Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
Knew Her Own Mind. A lady who was shopping visited the mantle department of a Woodward avenue store and tjii* young woman attendant began to show he the different designe, exhibiting (hem on a lay-figure. ' l think this would suit yon,' said the attendant, looking her over carefully. * No,' said tlie customer, regarding the long ends of the garment critically,1 that i6 not my style.' * It will make * you look slim,1 urged the girl. * I have no desire to look slim.* was the answer. ' But you will look taller in it.* ' And I do not wish to appear taller,' said the lady quietly. i he girl looked at her a moment in surprise then she eai I, with a little sigh; ' Happy woman 1 I wish more of my cus tomers were as well satisfied with themselves. I always have to help them to make up their minds as to what they want.* ' I have a mind of mr own/ said the shopper tranquilly as die selected the garment that suited her, and brought her shopping and the social disquisition to an end together
A Good Reason. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
Jk Good Reason. I ittle Johnny STizzletop has the h ibit of vabing up ererj night in the middle &lt;>f ihe night and demanding bo uetliittj* to eat At last hie mother sail to him: * Loak here, Johnny, I never want to eat anything in the night.' ' Well. I don't think I'd care much to eat anything either in die night if i kepi ill my teeth in a mug of water.9
One Is a Dose, [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
One Is » fiftose, A little Textus girl had red hair, and she had. to bear a great many taunts fro a her playmates and even grown people. Slie com plained to her mother, wh > condoled her by saving: ' Never mind w iat people eay about your ha r. Go 1 made your hair and he does all things well.' 1 Yes, I e ippose so. but if I were you I'd make other arrangements i>ext time. One red-headed girl ie enough in one f .unity.'
Proved An Alibi. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
Proved An Alibi. It was a Cdt-e of C:«* ken stealing and the prints of b*re feet were found in the sand around the lie . lijuee. Tlie lawyer for the prosecution was one who, if he had been Napoleon Bonaparte, never would have crossed the Aipe - he wo -Ll simply hare polled them up br the route and thrown them over the fence. The prisoner was an unknown trains and lauie at. that. * You sar you don't know anything about this theft ?' queried the lawyer fiercely. 'That's what, 1 swore to, sir,' replied the tramp meekiy. ' You were in the back va d of Slamli^p'a house about suppc-r (iiue ?' ' Yrs, sir * * You know the location of the hen house ?* * Yes, sir.' ' You were seen on the roqd in front of the houre some time af er dark ?' * I was there, sir.* * You were in the yard after dark ?* * Yes. sir, and after supper also, sir,' re plied the p.isoner with a w .n mile at hie in nocent little jok-s in euch a place. ' And yon were seen by tne c >ok sitting on the door step with your sho...
A COLONIAL OPINIOK ON HOME RULE. LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
A COLONIAL OPINIOK OS" HOME EIJLB. London, July 24. I An Australian colonist, believed to be Justice Boucaufc of Adelaide, has written a lettefr to the Times^ on the Home Rnle question. He declares that if the English are so weak kneed as to let Ireland go, the colonies would no longer adhere to them. Also if the English desert Imperialism to become Hie dreamers of the doctrine of faddists, the sooner the colonists sever their connection by separating from the old country the better for them. SHIP DISMASTED. London, July 22. The Iioch Mennacher, bound for Melbourne, has arrived at Mauritius, ailmokt totally dismasted.