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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

LONDOX STOCK EXCHANGE. [FHOS OUR OW.V COBEESPO^DEVT.] Lokdost, March. 245. Tlie following are the latest quotations for shares in Anglo-Australasian Mining Com panies : AuEtmlun Consols, b I 9-lGths, s 1 IMOtlisxd Bonnie Dundee, b -4s Gd, s 5s , British Broken Hill, b 2|, s 2|d Coromandel, b Od, s Is Cumberland Gold, b Is 9i, s 2s 3d Day Dawn Block, b 8a 9d, E 9s 3i Day Dawn P.C. b 10s Gd, s lis Gd fiaglehawk, b 2s, e 3s Efcheridge United, b Is, s Is Gd Gympie Gn. Crown, b 3s Gd, s 4s Gympie Gfc. Eastern, b Is 9d, s 8s 3d Ironqlad (fy. pd.) b Is 3d, s Is 94 Kaboonga (9d cd ) b 1 id, s 4§d Kangarilla, b 13-LGtlis, s 15 lGtlis Kapanga, b 2s Gd, s 3s 1 Midas, b 3s , s 4s Mosman, b 3s 3d, s 3s 9d Mount fjeyshon, b 5s Gd, s Gs 6d Mount Morgan Estended. b Is 3d, s Is 94 Mt. Shamrock, b Gd, s fs Sew Queen, (19s Gd pd.) b Gs Gd3 & 7« { >?ort Philip (4s pd-), b Gd, s 9d i Queensland Smelting, b '§, s f | Scottish Australian, b 2, s 2\ i Wenfcwortli Propry, b 7-lGths, s 9 JG&am...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sales on Local 'Change. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Sales on Loi^il f?han^ ^rida>r. i xne louowmg sales were made on Friday j nightBriiliant Block paid-up, 109 afc27s<3d; ! Pay Dawn Ko. 3 West, 200 at Is £d; Lrady I Maria, 200 at 3s Id; JSew Grace Darling, soo at ioa, Sen 200 at 9d5 Consolidated, 200 at 2slld,220at 2s lOd. ? Saturday. Tbebe was a liirgc att'cudauee on 'Change 011 Saturday uiglit, and a laic amount of i business was transacted. The following sales were effected : Brillant and Worcester «&&.¥Sctorf,' 100 at IDs £d; Day Dawn No. 3 West, ®00 at Is 9d, 275 at ls.Sd: Day Dam .;3fo,; West, 100 at 3s 8d; &To. 7 JOE, Queen, 300 at 7 s,100 at 6slid5 Queen. Cdn^rid&ted, 295 at 2s Od. 200 at 2s »d ; Prilliaiifc and 8t George United, 800 at 15?, Brilliant BJock, 100 contribut ing, at 2?s. During the afternoon a I parcel of Brilliant and St. Greorge Uniteds changed hands at 16s. 3d Tlie following sales were reported on change last night:-Brilliant and Worcester and Victory, 100 . at 10...

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Mining Intelligence. The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING GALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

*Flie Latest Quotation*. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING GALL. Quotations for 14th May, 1891: Brilliant and Wo. caster and Victory* b*®9«= 9d, s lis Chatters Towers GKs, b Ss 9d, s 10s Day Dawo ?fo. 3 West, b Is. s Is 7d Day D ».wn, So 4a W, b 4s 3|d, s. -1& 5d, sales, 100 at 4s 3d Golden Gate, b 7s 9d, s 8s 8d S dden Treasure, b 2s Home R'ile; b 7d, s Is Kelly's Queen Block, b 7s 9d, s 9s Lady Maria, b 3s, s 3s 61 Mills United, b 9s 4d, s 9s 8d Muldiva con., b 4s s 5s 31 Muldiva, p.u , b 6s 9d Sew boo Dike, b3d New Grace Darling, b 7 id, s 9d No. 2 East Victoria, s 6d Mo. 6 Queen, b Is 3 id, s Is ad; sales, 253 at Is 3 icl, 5'J0 at Is 4d Xo. 7 N.it Queen, b 8s id, s 8s Sd Kb. 2 S E. Day Pawn, b Is 10d, s 2«, sales 100 at 2s Id, 200 at LB lid Papuan Block Extended, b 10s, s I !s Queen Cros; Reef, b 8s 5d, s 8s 9d Queen Consolidated, b 4s Si, s 4s 9d; sales, 398 at 4s 9M, 200 at 4s 9d 600 at 4s Ski, 218at 3s lid, 263 at 4?, 236 at 4s Id, 296 at 4s 2d, 290 at 4B 3d, 50...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. ELECTRIC TELE GRAPH.) BRISBANE, May 14. The following are the latest sales: Q.u^en Consolidated, 3s 5|d; Brilliant and St George United, 14s 4d, 14s 6d; Bril iant, Worcester and Victory United, 10s 9d The following are the latest quotations: Brilliant, b £7 19s, s £8 5s 35o. 4A West Day Dawo, b 4s 3d. s 4s 7§d Golden Gate, b 7s 4d, s 8s 3d Queen Cro-s Beef, b 8s, s 10s Qaeea Consolidated, b 3s 7d, £ 3s S<T Sunburst, b 22s Gd, s 24s Victory, 6 5!s Gd New Grace Darling, b 6d, s 9d BTo. 7 X.E. Q.ueen, b 8s 3d, s Ss9I Mails* United, b Os 6d, s lis 6d Brilliant and St. George United, b 14s 4|d, s 14s 6d Bril'iant Block p.u., b 24s Brilliant Bice can., b 20s, s 22s 3d Brilliant and ?Toree.ter and Victory United, b 10s4d, s 10s 9d No. 2 S.E. Day Dawn, b Is Sd, s 2s 3d No. 1 Blast 8unhu st b Is 7d, s Is lOd

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EXPULSION OF THE JEWS. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

I EXPULSION OF THE JEWS, Loxdos, May 12. ~ Baron. Crulsbury. a Jewish banker,, lias' been expelled from. St. Peters burg, tlie charge against him being, that be offered a sum o? 1.000.000 roubles to the Russian Minister of the Interior. M. Durnovo, in induce him to influence the Czar m" favor of the Jews.

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FINANCIAL PANIC IN PORTUGAL. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

FINANCIAL PANIC IN POR TUGAL. Losnosr, May 12. The financial panic in Portugal is now spreading throughout the country. In consequence of the run that lias taken place on the bank of Portugal an official decree has been issued. at Lisbon, ordering a general suspension of payment foi* sixty days.

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THE FOREST FIRES IN AMP RICA. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

THE FOREST FIRES IN AMP RICA. LONDON, Mav 12. r urtner news concerning tlie For est tires in Michigan states that a iraiii which was conveying 100 men to assist in extinguishing the flames was wrecked on the journey. The train then caught fire, and was buratv Eight lives were lost.

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LOCK-OUT IN THE BUILDING AND TIMBER TRADES. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

LOCK-OUT IN THE BUILDING AND TIMBER TRADES. LONDON, May 12. rr«I-_ i 1-1 J 1 1^., xne master builders 111 lionaon j threaten a general lock-out of their workmen unless the carpenters, who are now on strike, return to work within a fortnight. Four thousand men engaged in handling lumber have been locked ont at York. This will affect about 175j000 workers in various trades.

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A MEMBER PARLIAMENT COMMITTED. LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

':?*&OF PABLIAME¥T COMMITTED. T<o\-i>ox. ilav 1,3. I The Durham Comity Justices hare - comaiitted for trial Samuel Storey. M.P. for Sunderland, on a charge of perjury arising out of the recent Silkwortk colliery strike. Storey appealed to the Queen's Bench, wlio discharged him from custody with costs against the justices on the ground that they had no juris diction.

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THE CHILIAN REBELLION. LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

THE CHILIAN REBELLION. LONDOX, May 13. Tin* seizure of tins steamer Etata « at Sau lliego, in California, whilst loading arms for the Chilian in surgents. is causing much excitcment in America- and a conflifefc % expected to take place between the cruisers Charleston and Omaha, which were sent in pursuit of the Eta£a_ and the Ksmeralda, which was acting as escort to her.

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THE IRISH PARTY. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

THE IRISH PARTY. LOSDOS, May 12. Justin McCarthy, leader of the Irish party, which seceded from Par nell IdLs invited the holding of a series of comity conventions in Ireland with the object of raising fnnds in aid of the evicted tenants and also to select .candidates for seats in the House of Commons now held by Par nclhte members.

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Affairs at Clermont. CLERMONT, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Affairs at Clermont* CIIEBMOKT, May 11. Orders were receiv ed late last night for the Moreton Mounted. Infantry here to leave for Charleville immediately. Lieut. Lasle, with a. detachment of Mount Morgan Mounted Infantry, left immediately for Kilcummin, and rode through the night, for the purpose - of enabling Lieut.- Palmer with his detachment of Moreton men to come in, vhile Lieut. Wearing, w itli a detachment of the il&ryhorough Infantry, went to Huntley to relieve Lieut. Bell's detachment of the Moreton men at. t hat place. Bell's men came in early this morning, but it w«s 1 o'clock before Palmer's eontiugentarrived. At 2.30 (he train, with 4i Moreton men, under tlie command of Captain l£chlin, left for Alpha, en route to Cltarlejille vi&Tiambo. Them npt being sufficientkoisse bojtes, Lieut, Bell's detachment lied to rem^n behinds but 'will follow to morrow Befotfe the men left they were drawn up in line, and Captain. Echlin presented caeh with ft printed copy of...

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Items from Blackall. BLACKALL, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Items from Blackall. B:lackaud3 May 8. JJavid \V illiams arrived from Tanibo yes terday, under escort. He bad been sentenced to three months' hard Labor for intimidation. The prisoners connected with the Ijorae riot, twelve in number, arrived this afternoon in two special coaches, guarded by mounted, infantry under Captain Hott. There was & military and police guard at the barracks, under Sub-inspector Carr. About 70 mounted unionists went to meet the coaches, and rode in advance into the town. A. great crowd assembled in Thistle-s*reet, and. cheered lustily as the coaches passed. On their arrival at the barracks the prisoners called for cheers for the union, etc., which, were heartily responded to by the crowd, who afterwards quietly dispensed. Blackaix, May 11. Kewley, the secretary of the Shearers* Union, has just been arrested on a charge of perj ury in the case of Ellis, who was brought up for intimidation. The Police Magistrate and Sub-Inspector Carr are now searching ...

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Matters at Barcaldine. BARCALDINE, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Matters at ynrcalditic. Bajica^dots, May 8. _ Tliere axe now 128 teams idle at Bar caldine and many of the carriers are anxious t» start work again, but at present they are i in the minority. They consist principally of married men with large families, whose grown up sons are also engaged in ca-rying. Some of them have their teams mortgaged, and rely upon the money received for loading to pay the Interest and work off the debt. The strike presses very heavily on them, as until the sheareis and laborers are paid they receive none of the funds sent by the southern unions to support the strikers. Moreover, they see that the carrying t ade is being diverted from this centre to Charle ville and Hughenden, while teams owned by non-unionists are coming to Barcaldine from Bockhampton, which the pastoralists and country storekeepers will immediately engage to carry their supplies These teams wil be protected by the Government against any attack or inter ference. The first two, owned by Danie...

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Affairs at Rockhampton. ROCKHAMPTON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Affairs a* Rockliaoiptou. Rockhamptox, May 8. j TIic conspiracy trials were resumed this morning. The first witness called was James Edward Murphy, a free laborer, who gave evidence as to the events in connection with, the removal of free laborers from Raimvorfcli station to Peak Downs station. In the conrse of his examination Mr. Virgil Power asked when he began to work at Peak Downs. Mr- Lilley objected to the evidence as being irrelevant. The judge said there was a charge of con spiracy on the part- of the unionist shearers against other shearers who were not unionists, of preventing them carrying on their work. Mr. Lilley said that was what had been knocked out of the information. The judge replied that his remarks applied to counts 14 and 15 in which the defendants were chaiged with molesting Mr. Fairbaim. Mr.! Power said they also applied to the first three counts. The judge «ai& those counts were gone. Mr. Power said he was not going to abandon them without a fight. T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hughenden News. HUGHENDEN, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

H«i£heitdczi Sews. Hitghendek, May 11. ' At Torrens Creek a commercial traveller, who was 011 the train, was asked by the Secre tary of the Strike Committee if k was an employer of labor, when he was greeted with the answer " Tes, when I hire a cab." Two free laborers were dropped from the train at Hughenden station, and were met by a few military under Sergeant Gribben. This morning about 8 o'clock, six free laborers passed through* the town en route for Marathon S ation, they i re being escorted by a detachment of Townsville Mounted Infantry, under Sergeant Peakes. There were a few faint boo-hoos on the part of the unionists, but nothing happened, and they proceeded on their way in safety. Strike matters here are quiet, and the unionists are getting up sports in opposition to the races to, be held here on Thursday and Friday next. Their action is not approved of, it being considered very mean after receiving so much support from the towns people;

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Review of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Reiien of file Week. SrycE last issue the sliare market has been ve-y brisk, and a considerable amount of business lias been done botli locally and in Brisbane. Tliis unprecedented activity iu mining circles lias been caused principally by the discovery of good stone in the Brilliant and St. George United Co.'s | sliaft at a depth of 985ft. On Saturday | morning last this important discovery was made, and when the manager of the mine, Mr. Joe Holt, and Mr Beitli, the contractor for sinking the shift, brought in a bucket full of stone to the offices of the secretary, Messrs. E. D. Miles and Co., there was considerable excitement iu town, and shares, which had buyers on the previous evening at lis 9d, sellers 12s Gd, immediately took a rise, and several parcels changed hands during the afternoon from L2s to. 16s 3d. wliieli was the top price reached. In the evening" shares declined slightly, sales being effected on 'Change at 14s and 15s. On Monday night 1000 were sold at 13s, and on ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mining Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

The Mining Outlook. Whex the Brilliant reef was dis covered a few years ago, principally through the enterprise of Mii. CKAVKX, it was stated that the Charters Towers gold field had received a new lease of life. It has since proved to be a considerable source of profit to the proprietors, and of employ ment to hundreds of people who, if it had not been found, would probably have had to seek for work elsewhere, and Charters Towers would be in quite a different position in point of popu lation and prosperity to what it occu pies to-day. At the time the Bril liant shaft was started, many persons were of opinion that it was simply a waste of. money to attempt to find gold in the locality, but those who were more intimately concerned in the undertaking evidently knew what they were about, and their efforts, after many disappointments, were crowned with success. In '76 or '77 Mr. R. L. JACK, the eminent geolo gist. made a survey of the gohltield, ! and in his report stated that the heavie...

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General Mining News. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ROCKHAMPTON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

4*eitcivil Mining lewi. [Br EtECTMC XEI.EGIlArH.j ROCKUAMPTOX, Mar CBOYDOK, May 10. The True Blue Ifo. ,1 Xorth Black Co. crushed GO tons for a yield of 302ozs with out pans. The Glengarry has started crush ing 760 tons. The outlook is improving. Ihe Mark Twain Co. crushed 130 tons for 200oz<. CROYDON, May 12. The Moonstone P.C. crushed 20 tons for 194oz. The crushing for April were 1300 tons for 2307oz. The outlook this month is much better. The True Blue No. 1 Jforth Block finished cleaning up 60 tons for 356oz smelted gold. CBOYDON, May 14 . The Mountain Maid United Company struck the reef at 290ft. The crosscut prospects are not yet known, but the event is looked upon as important, and there are many inquiries for shares. CrEOBGETOWK, May 9. Mine-owners hare given notice of a re duction of wages, ten shillings weekly al! round from the 1st- of June. A labor organi sation has been started and a strike is immi nent. Jenoian claim at Lane's Creek struck splendid stone in...

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Local Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Local Miseiasg Xews. The monthly return from the Pyrites works shows that- the company treated 200 tons of stone for a result of 203oz Odwt 8grs of gold. MILLS' United GLM. Co. crushed during the past fortnight 820 tons, for a yield of 77loz. It is anticipated that a dividend will he declared at the next meeting. The Brilliant Or. . Co- has crushed dur ing the past fortnight- 1260 tons for a return of I950oz. The usual 2s dividend has been declared. MAXAGEBS of crushing mills should he compelled to send in their monthly returns within the specified time, ? on or before the 5th of every month. Every month this year * the publication of the crushings have been delayed, owing, to the fact that they are not sent in on or before the 5th inst. A fine can be inflicted by the Warden on managers who neglect to send in the returns when required, and if one or two of the laggards were fined it may have a good effect. THE crushings for this field for the month of April were 14.809 tons oewt for...

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