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SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

ICE. WILLIAM BLACK. ... SYNOPSIS OFiPREVIOBS GAAP I ESS Balioraj, ^ W is introduced to the reader, walking up Blear dilly, with bis granddaughter, Maisrie Bethune. Theold Scotcbman,proud ofhis northern onee^bry, itho^frTii^ recently from A^ricajOalls upon Lord Musselburgh, and introduces Mmself.as the prospective author of a book oil Scotch .;-.. literature for which he is obtaining subscrip tions. Lord Musselburghgenerously nresente - Vnm with a chequefor £50 and theoldman and his grandcbildtake tbeir leave. On - their way hofnetheyeali upon Mr. Glover, a wine merchant, and ordersome claret. frTis granddaughter asks when hie is about to commence his promised book but he puts hei; ^)ff with boasts of his jancesti^ and says that ^geniusmust nofcbehurri^d, He in the same strain declines to allow His granddaughter to entertainthe ideaof seeking forasituation to earn money for her grandfather a d herself, ' her rproui heart rebelling against receiving unearned money from others. - j Cha...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

V: -"H/1'®: ? AFEOPT.'^O--'-TMI#TRSTIR»'-' OTHERS, : X .;:^;;V;::?:F:.: FIOOBSFESB TG . «. J. ABBOTT S GENERAL-EBFTLHS^LNG^IRIHODSE. ^ (opposite H EWNAARKET HMEL)^ , , AIJD obtain, the best value for money in "FURNITURE, BED®II^, ALH> HOLJSEH^^ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ESTIM^S giveii for A $iugle Arlicle or'for CONIPIETELY FM-iiisbing Cottage, Villa, or Mansion. COUNTRY ORDERS SECEFVE PTFOIPT: A D ":6; A.' R E F U L ATTBIF T I O 8". ' *Vs' OF WINCES AHD SPIRITS KPPT, FIRS T CLASS ACCOMMOD ATI ON. S EST Ij PTTK TOWERS ? itf thanking the Public for . past favors JL, wisheg to inform them thal .the Are now- in FnU SWing. i> ,-A.450HITECTS' OWN JDfiSliGrSrs AT .? Sou*nem rPii^s, 4 Joinery of all Jtescfip^ns. Fretwork. FOT :F6fmBliing iii ) very Ijnc not to to ; - If yoa wamt a Gtiod ; Bed bjr B. Toll s UPHOLSTERY. ?£^^wE?Sfc££1 Prices and Qaslik moot W Mra. IJtPORI£B K IJQfiY HANDLE KNIVKS. &c. ELEC'EEO-PIiA.TE ?«!l'ee and Tea Service*, : Tae Best :^aeees, FOR BU1L0INO AKD FU...

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BLACKMAILING. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

Mfv BIjiGKMillilNO. h:;-i 1 " ' IIr V* V 8 iia-s been ar rested on a chaise of blackmailing

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

I jj....'--.. ..' . -?'JjUviV s ' ' f ? -.- _."*- - ' ?- '" * -?o+--- , j^lfti.'.;-^:.^ .*?"* -w' R^-3-^ iffis AJO SMELSBBS ©¥ f^il»i(E^V;y, '^Mi^ailvand' AujrifteBH»ns ?onc«ttir«ite0 AS© 4e. -totr MiMh^¥ri6m in theGolo nies ous and r-tot ? . FIRST CLASS FACILITIES FOB CEUSHIMX3y_ ;;-?:.^^->---:';'H^;?. ? ? v >?' jLMAXGAMATING AJO) CONCEITTBJL ~ fiin^ ^ jLssaye aaid Practical Working Tests made/ and all kinds of Analyticfcl Work ' ": done on BcasonableTermi. 15. A. WS)lKBE»e, E.M. .' ... xzmnmjkL majta&br. ? THE BtXSrErj> IMPROVED ELEG^ TBICaL BEI7S BANDS, FOOT BATTERIES & 1¥ET HISa NECKLETS ^ are * pxtmouiiaeflisuccess in the treatment of the vaiious l?er*ouB Disorders, Ache8,and PainB, These beltsgive udeeide& and uniform galvanic currentwhich thoroughly permeates the whole fanman > system, it stimulates to acfcionthe half-dormant ,«pgara and nerveniatter, andthereby removes tte fundamental causes1 of disease, /jjain and ^disorder, j The Russell...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

Oil hand a First-CJJacs - I jjk ofGnold and Silver Watches, fivwi. 4<Qk- to 1S40. Pr*»KK and Rings froift 12fr """ " *" tKl" Brooches, Bangles, Studs, <fcc., in endless variety, all from the best makers} quality guaratiteed. WORKING DEPARTMENT, Saving all the appliances of«, First-Class Jewellery Establishment, we ate prepared to uiake up ,aiiy article of Jewellery from Customers' 'own SMii designs. 77orkmanshtp e(ju&lto the best jSdmburgh or London Houses. ^ , our lis with their Watches for repair or for new pieces can rely on a First-Ctes Job at a M<wlemte Price. SPECTACLES AND.EYE-GLASSES to suit all sights from 2&. (id. ^uljlic an&prfbate Ciocfei SKouiifc anfc Itept ijg .ffcarlg Contract FORWARDING, SHIPPING, CUSTOM HOUSE & - 1IKAU ORFICE - . '/;v t -ivV ./'" :'.'* I'"i:' '.';V,".*£ ?'* ^ COMMISSION AGENTS. ; . -Vv^*"5S hiMl&MK*?: ip~£' ,;o' ^Vr*&£ M,,> * - M Mew South Wales. Ageaeies and Corresp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

.' v 1^ SITGCBSSOl (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL). IMPORTERS OF Plate, Sheet, and Ornamental Window Glass White and Red Leads, Boiled and RawOiis Dry Coloi*s. Coach Colors, and Colors in Oil ip, and Coach Painters Paperhaiigings, Picture and Room Mouldings, and Every Description of Painters', Glaziers', and Decorators' Materials. Wilson & N0wtoii*s AETISTS' MATERIALS a Siiectality. COU3STTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY AJJTD CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO. PfclNIWSRS TOWNSVILLE MOSMAN STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS, AS always 011 hand a First-Class Stock of Gold and Silver Watclies, from4Qs, to £40. Dress and Engagement? Rings from 12s- 6d. to £20. Wedding: and Keeper Rings torn 20s. Brooches, Bangles, Stalls, &c., in endless ^amety, all from the frest makers, quality guaranteed. WORKING DEPARTMENT. Having all the appliances of a First-Class Jewellery Establishment, we are prepared to make up any article of Jewellery from Custodiers' own * desigjis. Workmanship equal to the best Edinburgh or London Hou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

cfi i a w o$ - 2 n § wl FC4 «P-r SH tk to a I 4 a ?TR ;J;*N i -£ OUR RECENT IMPROVEMENTS ENABLE US TO &HOW THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF GENERAL DRAPERY AND IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. X> ! 4 .; k::-i * J / ( h : **»' * - v * ** i * *>v liu, * L> «, »W*T£' T i ^ SK- * l> * S ! V 7 **\ !'ll * V. ? R * VV -4 * t> * i *?;" ? ^ *-**% |* * «* «e ,/» im ???& '<R; ^sc :':?v.!!&' > Tfe M&iJcets ofrthe World ai^ continually being searched t| provide ^ovelties for tte jC V We buy for- Cash, and $211 at the- Low^stsMargin oF Profit. - Letter Orders^ftbfully executed. & '?:*-'. H JFhe Inlaid^B^ls i^3lices^tfte£#$$£ ira*i^ t<£ a low*srate, therefore^©'$our i&qppiiig^y; fem ^ 'V,- Si- ' " TRI ..« .' *?-'*£. ".* '^v :' .... I*'"--' *?:?'.".[?,? .>.*;"£ \ .- ^ '?-' . I" "'.> «?' . ': *.- *. . .. £T ?&. .?/ . .., ' : .: - ammmmmu " ~ " 'r «?- *** ?V . W O ygv - W »' ' » E :» -- ...*;. ?- ?? =#s=#= -SGA -'- - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

r -v .-v. 1MI® ".*'v ?, - 'JC* ??? .- . . ?V\-- : ;:. K' . . A . ? : ? ?;V;^ .V--.'- ;: V1.; - ? -:'V: ' '* * 5% oi1 WINES AKD SPIRITS KFPT S ACCO M M O DA T ION. :J83'? ON THE TOWERS. TTs tliankiBg the Public for past favors JL wiekesto inform them that,the ARCHITECTS' OWN DESIGNS .. ^ ' AX : : Southern Prices. Joinery of :ali 0e^cri^oiis, ! lSa«lie8. Dook, moulding, Fretwork, Scrolls, Curt ili ncar Work. Jfor ;Furnisliing in. £very Line not to be . siupfised. II you'ftan|ia - - Toll's. : UPHOLSTERY. Carpets made and laid property, -Mamifael urer -.4 . ofSuitps,; Wire "Wore MaUra^ee, &c. Ii^ipob^ee Ctl TJ^ERt flTQRY HAKD1E KNIVES, &c SILVERWARE ELECTRO-PLATE Coffee and Tea Services, cxn7xs*rs, The A Quality. 5PQOJSS ANg womm&, The BEST Maksbs. m FOB BUILDING AND FtJEMITUEB (Not to be Surpassed) FttOSl KAILS to Best Description o£ LOCKS |and ORNAMENTAL FINGER PLATES &c. OCK)KING UTENSILS. > CHINA ^ CROCKERY and GLASSWARE suitable for the Smallest C...

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION RULES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

BEITISH ASSOCIATION EULES. The recently formed Caledonian Football "j Club bids fair to become a success, about 22 players turningup for practice on the Rich mond Hill Reserve yesterday morning,-; where ^ a scratch match, took place, several of Mi* ' * players showing good play. Theclub e«i\ now boast of over 30 members, and after some practice, enough material should be found to compete for the lJrummond trophy. . A meeting will" be "held next Saturday night, :; for the purpose ofeleeting various officers and committeeto the club. Intending members are requested to address Mr W.H. 7 Northamj the ieecretary, ;

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

"ATHfiETK^. At the True Blueeports, Croydon, the Maiden v Slate of £2, 2ndprize 10s, was won by H. lumeman by abontr a yard with. G. Coleman secondhand Ck Singleton third, and the Shef field Handicap of £25, 2nd prize £3, and 3rd £2 was wort hy <GL Milner, 28 yards, with E. Stewart (a)19| yards, and lis. Mcllwraith 13yds eeeondand third. Theraeewas won by abont three yards. The/next event was the Handicap HaekFace of £10, one mile, and ; was won ;jby Orphan Bay, 9st, 10lbs., with =.. Trivet, 9st., second, and Marshall. 8st. 21bs., thinly There were only three starters and OrphanBoy won easily. The next competi tion was Patting the Weight, lstjirize £1108, 2nd. prize 10s. This was won easily by' 3?. ' Sweeney, who put the weight 26ft.,4in"J. J. Hilton 25ft. lOin. second, and &. Leager 25ft. 4in. third. The wrestling match (CoriiiBh *tyle) of £8,2nd prize £3, and 3rd prize Wt \ from the prize yra& won bySingletxm, with ?"> Treman second. Singleton *. wres...

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CHARTERS TOWERS FIFTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

"CHAKTBRS TOWEBS FEKBSEW. A. F. CASEPBEIX., full baek. Well worth his place, sure tackier, and does the light tMngat;» critical lime. A. S. AifBBfiSOK, centre f +>ack. Oid N.Z. player, runs "hard andstraight," slower than he used to be/picke up well, passes fairly, and tackles well. ' M. J. MCTjEak, left wing three-quarter back. Good runner, hard to stop, takes the Mil in any position, and tackles like a debt collector ; will play, I predict, as brlliant a game is any player on the ground. H. St. IiBDOEk, right wing three-quarter hack. Splendid dodgy f&strunner, takes a lot of Teollttring, little stiff in picking up, goodpasser. ^ H. C. jSPBi.KSfAJJ'; lialf back. A good general and jiaztir worker, most unselfish passer, and from hie knowledge of the game : is invaluable to Iub «ide. - W. McGakjtm, half back. Hardest j Worker on the field, knows all his work a«d doeis it,goodtackler,might pass more with; profit. ' W, TBBGKEAB, forward. Honest worker, 1 g3od inscrum, fast i...

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PROBABLES V. POSSIBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

PFIOBABHSS V. POSSIBLES. A match between theabove teams eameoff on Saturday at EiehmondHill, The probable team varied from what appeared 111 Satur is miea|^Ste,bed by an injared inclasionof Stabler. Amongthe Possibles McMahon,Kl8hie,wnd Stabler^ places were and Bowden; Hunter, Benhomand Wilson also played. As my space is liinifed iBhatlnofceivea detailed aeoounfc of thepfoy,»nd my readers will, I hope, be content withthe soores a few comments. Fiveminttfces after starting j&fidMm&f: to Speakman, who made a splendid long pass right - aacoBS Possible's goal to McLean, whotan in, and got a try, which McCallanT converted into a goal -Probs. 5-loye. Ten minutesiater He»thfram a ecrtun on IPois «iblc goal-lihe, secured a try, f2ie tack from whieh was ~too long for MoGallum, score 8 loye./^* 27^miB^es thro^^tfc# a misapprehatigion of S«tton as -t&j which eille Nelson belonged, the latter & was right at the corner3 Campbell j nst failed to Irak a Mil, score 8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

Next door to the Police Barracks, Charters Towers To tlie Sporting Fratenitty. ^mng-- '~ \ Jiast Received, - '' stud ? . '? Tlti®'.' Now on View ^ A Ijarge Assortment of m&mtm Bod > Stock, Station, -- ~ ^ ^ J^OMMISSION ^GEMTS, , Sb<^ep $u»cft CAttie Sale«meii, HEAI> OFFICE : Mary & Felix Ste. Brisbane. WOOI,& PFIODUCE SrOBES: lITelix-St.. Brisbane. B&iSCS OMClt: East Street JBoehhsnnphm. I Sheep and Cattle Stations, AST® QXXHSB ^"reefa-old XSsiba>1ies, ^ ^Together with Barge Wmpbera *of fjkj ii» ^rpp-p £TPPF Mad Sheep and Cattle 3Tor jfafo throughout Queensland and the .other Colonies. MiiHMttpl M M B B IT T.S- IAIB, " Ami all ofehejvBuemess oomnected wSh Pastoisd P^operty and the Crown * , ' - lands Acte israiieacted. BARNES' CONSULTATION ONTHM! _ - ELBOURNE C\i P, Run at FLEm^<jTON, NovEMBEE 1ST, 1892. ; 10,000 Snl>scribers at 2s» Od.-£lS50.-Less 10 per cent. My© 'Extia Cash Prizes, Every Investor of ^»s. lias a cha...

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His Poem did not read right. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

His Poem did not reaift right. An editor was sitting in his office one day when a mm entered whose brow was clothed with thunder. Fiercely seizing a chair, he slammed his hat on the table, hurled his umbrella on the floor, and eat down. ' .A re you the editor ?' he asked. * TeB.' * Can yon read writing ?' * Of course'?' * Bead that, then,' he said,. thrusting at the editor an envelope with an inscription on it. ~r - ? . . * B ,' said the editor, trying to spell it. ' That's not a ' Bit's an *S,' said the man. *<S?' Oh yes, I see. Well it lookslike * cal for dinner/ or 'Souls of Sinners/ ' ««»<! the editor. * No, sir,1 replied the man; * nothing of tbe sort. That's, my name->amuel Bmnner. I knew yon cooldn t read. LciUedjhb eee about that poem of|mine youpmitedthte other day, ' The Surcease of Sorrow.* * - _ ' I don't mnemterit,' said theeditor. . * Of course^you don't, because it went Info the paper under the villainous title of ' Smearease To-morrow.'' * A ...

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THE TIN MINERS' SPORTS. (Cooktown Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

was very itnpnn pitious ie*jresence of rainhad an ex wiio had so long WMtai for it. :il!|ie6£^ B«E^^ - - and -S. WiHiamsproved close handieappers, and Sam Williams was an exp&rienced and successful skater - jf he ^udges wei» Meesis ' "Whitehead and Wilson, of Mount-3£omeo, the re£eree,Mr Carkeek,jttnior ofthe Lion's Deiij and themanagement thrp^hGut ^aye general satisfiaetion- Mis - .Hoss hcd madfr-libeml precisions .for"jftW\ sndralthough «wei»ly; taxed her limite i means of accommodation, and;st^ofa^ personal energy X ~ and apuaktuj^ "' courtesy Ckd^Cfooper arid Constable McCarthyat '' ? iendedwitha detatehment of troopers, bat their seryieeB were; only required once in: securing ah inehriatei for his ownsafely^ end in order to ufcilize the £orce} afew3ocular .' Tinners " bagged a constable Fred Price's Borneo flyer *' Fr^etrader^' won the £6 10s bor^rsU^^ 'won the flat race match, with O'Shea, the latter having the only bad start of the day- Bop bing with " his "qnejtwo, ...

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THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

THJS RIFLE. > (By w?*utIjS"E¥3E-") "?? I am m^eeeipt of the programme ef the thanno&l meetingof; the Queensland on. . ft Stow a very marked fai^tratofTO ^.fee^ibfc In ; fiie better arrangement of the ' distances at which jgiote j; imtance, is ten rounds instead of seren, ipthe^shaocesof J^y^c and five at 32. 35he :'%^at..tbe. two mosfcdiBcult , - ra^iges, 600 and 90Q yards. The Queen's is "' T ia two stages * (iksfceadjot three), the first .500, and -609 yarde, and tlie j : to £70 being given away _ on prizesforthe first«tage, and £35 tor the ~ secondhand do Less than £135 for the aggre ; ' -J. gate,The only Instance m which the com " --~^e #ifle ^ Madaeh foirteame of six ; : clBfes-;:and ? ~ it 1»e out} perhaps JMbhe: ifi&'si: jiaid; ; Downs clubB ? frloeai club, which h&s .Jen or a .first-class shots, amopg who ten lastyear, we found we had ~ / Wifliaii some of'them CStedej o iee^uffiiaent funds provided jfco-send a hakerV jcLoasn of men down decently, c...

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"The North Queensland Register." [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

** The Worth Queensland Register-99 OUR readers will observe that ire hare altered our title somewhat, the words " Northern l/lining " have given way to " North Queens land." We rely on the old adage that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. The heading on the front page was written and etched by our artist, Mr W. Pell, «Tunr.

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Juvenile Candor. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

juveuile Candor. A little 6-year-old, prettyas a picture {and wonderfully brighjt, was invitedjout witha few friends of her own 4ge theother evening. It was at a Oaks avenue residence tliat the little misses and masters were entertained. After an liour'sromp, during which our heroine showed a precocious dignity, dinner was served, Hie lady of the house giving the matter a personal supervision. When she reached thispxrticular little girl the matron said, * Are you well helped, my little dear ?' ' Oh I'm beautifully helped. Bs-yoo-ti fully, but what kind of a. partner haveyou given me ? He eits here Just like a dummy and hasn't said a single word since we came to the table/ ... The Bmii.11 boy slid under the table, the , good lady laughed and thepretiylittiemiss capped the climax by declaring that she would be so much ^obliged if she could be helped to' another partner.

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Held Captive. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

Meld Capllvc. Ne^frthaJll £brgc$ ijie day ; ? We'rode in Itieca#|»«rel3ier . Anil eat dftwn .awi^afe»-:elie|^^ And the passengers wondered whether, Wbetlier, as eke looke i down atme a nd entiled and bowed I myi il|j^lyla. ireary. f eee Ijijr face^l And the smOe that slowly Wei3 J^ e, Sip#aji whispered at uiy side, Bat vrhat cou'd I do for her win held A place in my memory t nder ? For jju$t as I'd taken my seat, alas ! I'd broken my old suspender.

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The Herat Rests Eight Hours Every Day. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

93}i»£' Wonderful - ]>^b.o{ mecliamsin. the lieiarfe. atjpears fco work, continual ly day and >w.- - v? te dptB, bi^ ia re8ll|T ^ tt whttSi,. thoheii minute . in themselves, nuiftml :|o^^ to,e|^M £p^. out ^ of twenty-fonr. lhese ehoit paiiles enable thfeheartto repairwaste wh ich constant work entails and without which "."_r7 Jiwant is said to have made a MLi>a,£_!.:-'c- |je reduces milk to. a dry ? in feudh a manner that bythe addition assumes aJl its iiatufal properties.

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