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DISASTER AT SAGIR. LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

DISASTER AT SAGIR. London, July 23. 1 Cables from Batavia confirm the disaster which has occurred at Sagir. The whole of the North West corner of the island is wholly destroyed, and 2000 natives killed.

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TROUBLES IN MOROCCO. LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

TROUBLES 1ST MOROCCO. London, July 23. 1 Under the Saltan's orders the tribes accorded Sir Charles Ewan Smith special honors in returning to Taugiers.

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WILD RIVER JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH] HERBERTON, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

WILD RIVER JOCKEY CLUB. AHOTAfc MEETING. jjsr tei-egeaph ] Heebeeton, lulr 22. The following nominations have been r£>" ceived:— WATSoiTODDtB Hakdioap, 9 Fur'ongs.— Pickpocket, Sunlight, G'oaming, Tat ler, O t-erlander, Stanley. Charcoal, Tharwa, Bov ing Jim, Kerrima,' Charleraagne. Wild Stfbb Jockey Cedb Hajtoicat, H MT«. —Pickpocket, Sunlijglit, Gloaming, Tattler, Orerlatider, Statoley, Charcoal, Tharwd, Roving Jim, Kerrima, Charlamagne. Herbkbton Mix.k — Pickpccket, Green vale, Lynd, Sunlight, Gloaming, Tsifcler O^erlander, Stanley, Charcoal, Tharwa, Sov ing Jim,Ke-rima,ChaTlemagne. pnKft Handicap, once round the course. —Pickpocket, Gloaming, Tattler. Lynd, Afghan, Kemma, Charlemagne, 1 harwa, Fiksx Handicap Hubdi.es, about If mile. - Charcoal, Martyr, True B'u \ toldier Boy, Greenvale, Buccaneer, JLigny, Blue BelL Seco d Handicap Hitbdles, Two Miles. —Charcoal, Martyr, True Blue,Soldier Boy, Greenva'e, Buccaneer, Lignv, Blue Bell. > . There is every promise of the meeting...

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

QUEENSLAND WOOLLEN MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED, xesMJtN mtbeet, mwm&s, BRANCHES AT— BRISBANE, TOOWOOMBA, ROCKHAMPTON, IPSWICH, WARWICK, ETC., ETC. THE WOOLLEN MILLS, NORTH IPSWICH. CpHE above Company having gone to considerable expense in procuring the services of a FIRST-CLASS CUTTER FROM SYDNEY an HOW <09 ' prepared to execute TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Gentlemen requiring a Perfect Fitting Suit for Business or Evening Dress cannot do better than pay us a visit. We guarantee onr TwsedV Worsteds, &c., as being manufactured from PURE WOOL only, thoroughly shrunk and fast colours. FIT AND STYLE NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. CHOICE SELECTION OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. READY MADES, &c.f &o. We hold a splendid stock of Ready Mades, equal to bespoke. Also Gentlemen's Mercery in Great Variety. Our ALL WOOL BLAN ELETS are worthy of inspection, warranted to last 20 years. The Company's Celebrated Tweeds can only be obtained from thei...

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Q. T. C. WINTER MEETING BY TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Q, T C, WINTER MEET NG BY TELEGRAPH. Bbisbutg, July 19. The following acceptances have been re ceived for the principal handicaps at the A-ugH.it meeting ©£ the Queensland Turf Club:;— Q.T.c. handicap—miles. f=t lb etlb Sple^dide ... 9 9 Canobie ... 7 8 Elymas ... 9 2 Lord Heading Prime Minister 9 0 ton ... 7 8 Coronfella ... 8 8 Pirate ... 7 5 Decoy ... 8 8 Clinfcer ... 7 5 Singsong ... 8 4 Wandering Dobadil ... 8':2 Jew ... 7 4 Strayshot ... 7 10 Lady... ... 6 8 exhibition handicap.—1 mile. Elymas ... 9 4 Lord Heading' PrimeMinist'r 9 2l ton - ... 7 10 Dillon ... 9 0 Clinker ... 7 5 Sir ©liver ... 8 12 Wandering Sing Song ... 8 10 Jew ... 7.5 Decoy ... 8 9 Vera Spee -... 7 2, Corenella ... 8 9 Laurette ... 6 12 Bobadil ... 8 4 Minster ... 6 10 La Orange ... 8 3 Belle ... 6 i<J Stray Shot ... 7 12 Laij... ... 6 10 Tridentate ... 6 5 The general entries are very satisfactory.

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SECOND DAY. PRESIDENT'S TROPH [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

SECOND DAY. president's teopht ' A silver ehronagr iph, presented by the Presi dent of the GKT.C., J. Craigie, Esq., with 20 soto aided by the C-ub, with 20s ewee > to second horse, to be ridden by members. 14 mile. A welter handicap. F. W. flardcastle bl* g Guardsman, aged, list lib . (J. a. Edge) I T. Deacon's b g Doubtful, aged, list, (Owner) 2 P. M. Bowman's b g Ruperra, lOst 61b, C?wner) 3 Mephistopheles list 81b, Dawn 9st tib, Rajah lOst, Magic 'Osfc 71b, and Novice 9st 71b, also ran. Doubtful and Ruperra were made warm favorites but were only able to get second ani third. G-uardsman, being well ridden, won a grand race by a good length. Time, 2 in in 3L»ec. BREEDERS* PUTS Of 5 bovb. each from sab. sires, Stir"ing, Dynamite, Belmore, Teasewater, Clare; with 20 bovb. added by the Oiub for 2, 3 and 4 years old, the progeny of the abore sires, fmile. W.f.a. Nominator of sire of winner to receive £5 from the prize. T. Deacon's b g Emerald, by Stirling, 4 yrs, ... ... ... (H. Ti...

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

PROPRIETOR. Only ilia Boat Spkits, and Malt Liquors are Bold. a ilr 3N ARCADjB; FA.GUX&- MOSMAJST STREET. mR. A. E. FACE begs to notify to the residents of Charters Towers and District that they have received another Large Shipment of his Famous SCHOOL boots, Also a Large Shipment of LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ENGLISH, CON TINENTAL AND COLONIAL BOOTS AMD SHOES AND SLIPPERS, From all the Leading- Manufacturers. N.B.—Repairs Neatly and Promptly executed. A. E. FACE, arcade. English . Hand-sewn Boots. JUST ABRIVED A GRAND ASSORTMENT OF UNEQUALLED FOR Style, Finisla. and. £S2cee31ezice. GENTS' WAI ^LISTO BOOTS GENTS' SHOOTma BOOTS — FOK IBS L1BIES.— ALL CLASSES OF Ladies' Boots, Shoes, and Slippers FROM THE BEST ENGLISH Aim CONTINENTAL MAKERS. is§FBOTiaii iiswm JOSEPH WILTSHIRE TOWERS BOOT PALACE, GILL STEEET, CHARTERS tOWEBS. ura % if GILL STREET, CHARTERS towers, Next door to Drain mond & Ce. ■IRS, ROBERT DOTT, in returning thanks for f»ast patronage wishes ' ^^to intimat...

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OFF DAY. FINAL HANDICAP, Of 15 says 1 mile. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Off Day. FIVAL HANDICAP, Of 15 spw t mile. Mr 1L Pender's b g B'air Atliol, aged, 9st 101b (H, Tente) 1 Mr J. Craigie's Smuggler, aged, aged, fist 12st ... ... ... (D. Oliver) 1 Mr P. M. Bovoan's blk g Whalebone, 4yi^8st4b ... ... ...(Rowe) 3 Doubtful 9st 4lb alpo started ; a splendid race, Blair Athol winning by a head, the field well up, BEATEK STAKES, Of 10 8 <VS for all horses snot baring won a r&ee during the meeting; | mile. Mir I. G. Edge's br g Sunlight aged, 9st 12lb ... ... ... (TTowlet) 1 " Mr 3: Craigie's br g Magic, a*»"', 10at ... ... ... ... (D Oliver) 2 ^ Mr J. #. Edge's ch g Ivanhoe, ag^d, 9st 31b ... ... • ... {L. Kenny) S. l^orice 9st, Farina 8st 10lb, also started, a fair race Sunlight iron by a length The settling took place at Tatter alls Hotel when the prizes were paid to the winners, and tibe usual toasts proposed and honored.

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

| MOSMAN STREET, Ly -CHARTERS TOWERS, Engines of all descriptions, Vertical and Colonial Boilers, Pearn Cameron Steam Milling Pumps, Manchester Wall and Boiler Feed Pumps, Deane Direct Action Steam Pumps, Pulsometers, Grwynne's Centrifugals, Gould's Rotary and Hand Pumps, Perkins and Althouse Windmills, Lloyd & Lloyd Pipes, Contractors® Machinery,. Agricultural Implements, Engineers' Tools, Schram's Air Compressors and Bock Brills, Coach-builders' Goods, Blacksmiths', Plumbers', Tinsmiths' Machinery, Ice-making and Refrigerating Plaats (Pulsometer Co.'s). Catalogues Free. Enquiries Invited. Correspondence Solicited.

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GEORGINA TURF CLUB. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

GrEORGTNA TURF CLUB. A^TNUAJj RA' £3. The Georgina Turf Club held their annual races at Urandangie, on 23rd, 24th, and 25th June, 1892. MAIDEN PLATE, Of 15 bovet with a sweep of 15s from starters to eecond horse ; 1 mile ; vi a. W- Muns' b g Pioneer, aged (B. Foreman) • 1 1. Craigie's ch m Nina, aged (0. Oliver) 2 P. M. Bowman's br g Hamlet, aged ... (J. Howlet) 3 Gordon and Dimple also started Hamlet started favo iie, but only managed to ran tcto third p^acp, Pionper winning easily. members' w.w.p.a^ Of 15 so tp, with a sweep of 15s to second horse : one wile ; to be ridden bj members T. Deacon's br g Doubtful, aged ... (T. Deacon) 1 P. SL Bowman's b g Rupeira, aged (Bowman) 2 J.Craigie'* br g Smuggler, aged (Darcy) 3 FauBt also started ; won easily. stockman's puhse, ' f 10 sovs, with a sweep of 10s to second horee; for rtation ttock horses; once round only; Iflst up, P. H. Bowman's blk g Genera', aged (owner) 1 A. Lynch's b g Cecil, aged (Mahoney) 2 Only two started; won easily a...

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HAYK RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

H"yK Bi€B Of 5 80v«, f mile; s; T. ho. ees to be approved of by thestewarrfs, 10st up. T.Deacon'sbg QiKorfellow, aged(Dolan) 1 T, Black'scha g Ijp a, 5 yre... (Kenny} 2 P. It. Bowman's blfe in Brisete, 2 yrs, ... ... ... ... (Bowman) 3 Cracker, Chicago, Luith, Poverty, Bar-ey and Coral alsq started. A splendid race, Q.ueerfellow winning by a short; head. Time 58 3StJi sec. PBANDANGIE STAKES, Of 25 sovB. with a sweep of 1 sov to 2nd hbrse l^ mile, w.ta. M. Pender'a br % Blair Afcv'ol, aged, ... (H. linte) 1 F. W. Hardcastle's ch g Gilbert, agei. (L. Kenny) 2 J. Q-. Edge's br g Sunlight, aged, ... ... (J Howlet) 3 Laurence, Hedeross and Maronsa also started. A. go d race between Blair Athol and Gilbert, the judge being unable to part J hem. Owner# divided, "unligh", a bad third. Time 2 min-22 3-5th sec.

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R[?]CKHAMPTON JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. FIRST DAY. ROCKH MPTON, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

E *CKHAMPTGN JOCKEY CLUB. A * VITAL MEETING. Fibsx Day. Bocke kpion, July 20. Tlio ra?es to-day were a great su'cess. Tbe weather was splendid, and there was a large attendance. The racm; was good, and everything passed off without a hitch. I lie results were as followB :— SIX FUBttOXO HANDICAP Ot 60 sovs, second ho<ee l'J sore from the the prize; 6 furlongs SJr B. E. Fenwick's b h Decorum by Mel bourne — Vestal, 5ji8, 8st 61b (F. Smith) 1 P-iority, 7st. ... ... (W. Smith) 2 Edna, 8 t 81b. fM Ryan) 3 Other starters: Bobadil 8st 3Lb, Gloire de Dijon 7et 1 lib, Our King 7st lib, Young Sardonyx 7st l'b, Mistake 6st 7:b, Gipsy Boy 6st 51b Betting: Evens Bobadil, 3 to 1 Decorum, 5 ti 1 Priority. A splendid race, Decorum winning on the poet by a head, Edna being only bet ten a neek by Priority. Bobadil fourth. Time, I min 17|sec. 6ELLDTG BACE Of 40 sovs; winner to be Bold for 20 both ; 51b allowan *e for every 10 bofs reduc tion on the selling price; one mile. Mento ... ... ......

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SECOND DAY. ROCKHAMPTON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

- Seconb Day. , SOGEH&MPTOKj Jttly 21. - 1 'For the races to-d>y there mas again I glorious weather and good racing. There was j a -large attendance and the meeting to throughout been a most successful one. The results wereae follows S'XjFlirO- HANDICAJP Of SQsova; second horse, 10 sovs from the prize; 5 furlongs. 1 ^ Mr ■{*. Johnson's br m Edna,by Excelsior fispres?, 6yrs ... (Ryan) 1 Mr IS. Has ting's b g Bobadil, 4 yn, ... <McG^be) 2 lb W. t happle'e ch f Priority, 3 yrs. (W. Smith) 3 Other starters : Sir Oliver, Decorum, Young Sardonyx and PaBsion. A go jd race. Won by a length; time 1 min 3|sec. SfiUCOTGh PtATE Of 40 sovs, w.f.a., winner to be sold for 20 sovs. 171b allowance for every 10 sots., reduction in the selling price; 6 fur longs. Leo ... (W. Smith) 1 Beckwith ... ... ... 2 Anxiety- ... ... ... ... ... 3 Baron and Prince Athol also ran. Won by a length, 'i ime, 1-i in 23|sec. THB SECOND HUBDSBB, Of 60 soys ; second horse 10 sovs from the prize; ab...

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SOUTHERN SPORTING. (FROM OUR SPECIAL COMMISSIONSER) (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

SOUTHERN SPORTING. (FfiOU OPS SPECIAL OOlDHSSlbSBB.) (BY ISCEfiSiFH.) Sybkey, July 25. On Saturday the Warwick Handicap was won by Pippin. Pippin's run in this race wag quite a reversal or form to that on the Saturday previous at Rosehill, and many complaints were heard about it. He changed hacds a few days before at 520 guineas. Rockwall has been scratched for the Mel bourne Cup. The Duke, who fell in the V,E C. Grand National Steeplechase, died on Wednesday morning. The committee of the V R.C. have pre pared a balance sheet for the year ended June 30th, to be presented to the members at the annual general meeting, on the 1st; proximo. Amongst its items is one of: £62,061, which amount has been paid away in stakes during the past 12 months. " Eihbleden," who recently paid a visit of inspection to Mr James Bediern's stables, at Caulfield, says that both Maivolio and Correze have considerably improved it* every respect since last they carried silk, but that Churchill is in a miserabl...

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IMPERIALS V. WANDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Impebiais v, Wasdbbbbs. At a quarter past four, favored will a hot I?L. w kicked off for Imps, and ^ter McCailum re urned, some nice open F u u„ l untd fche bal1 went back to tuil-teck, Trevarrowr, who ma it we 1 up and kicked, bringing play to centre. The Imps attack was spirited, and though the forwards tried to rash things the Wanderers stub baraly defended and kept things fairly even Unn ^0tt0n marked a short kick, which was well taken bv an Imp forward, who passed to i/Wtes, who ran up, but passed forward to JVew on, giving free kick to Wanderers. This shifted play to Imp end, where tne Wanderers looked like scoring, Speakman McCallum, and McLean passing well, but Campbell relieving with a fast ran well up fieli, put his fide out of danger. Ryan stopped the run and cenbv play followed the players settling down a bit until ? regear tan through to full-back O'Donogh ue. Molton returned the bal with a kick, enabling Camp bell to again secure and put in a g">nd run showing a lot...

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

CARXHFF STORE* TOP OF HIGH-ST., DAY DAWN RIDGE. Family Kpftc^p and i^i'oniisce Dealer. OWING to Increasing Trade, it has be come necessary to enlarge (lie present premises, and in order to do so I am now disposing of -Goods, consisting of a. Large jissortmentof aod Hardware, - " at a Very Be Sliced Rate. S^anea af»l Ifcairy 1 fi'mlaee, . -also at "Reduced Rates to meet t!ie times. - j>B APERY, LADIES* & CHILDREN'S T, JONES, f

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FOO: BALL. (By NEMO.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

FQO: B ALL. (By Nemo.) The Banger v. Wallaroo match, the teams of whichrhive already been published, was played yesterday at tichmonl Hill. Play was started at 20 minutes to 3, a hot sun, and a faint breeze making the afternoon severe. Adair kicked off, and a good scrum ensued in the 'Boos' 25. lenb came through and the bsril being kicked over the line he followed xjp too smartly for Bowden, «.«il scored first try for the Bangers. Iso good re sulted, end the kick out being smartly returned, Hodgkinson secured and ran in and tried again, bat the goal was missed. Score; Bangers 6—love. Time, 5min. After some give and take play in centre field the 'Boo forwards rushed the ball along so hotly that Hodgkinson had to save—10 minutes—and after the kick out, their attack kept the play in the Banger 25, until Braham and Adair relieved by some nice running and passing. Jenks knocked on in trying ti take, and from the free kick Bowden tried an ineffectual place at goal which was equalised by t...

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SHE WILL NEVER TEL THESECRET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

she WiliL neves te ; l the secret. i Here is i piece of glass; "it ib cut into facets ; it is pure white glass ; it is fit to be one of the pendants hanging from a chande lier in a millionaire's drawing room.; it "is" about as big as a hazelnut. Sow it sparkles as I hold it up* between my thumb and finger. Yet it is merely glass, and scarcely -worth a shilling, oh ! if I only knew how to jinn it into a diamond!— a blue or a rose diamond 1 Why, there are thousands who -would give all their health, and then mort gage their souls, to buy it of me Then good-bye to work and care, for 1 should be rich beyond the dreams of avarice. Who will ebow me the process ? Alas nobody. Who will tell me how to transmute tin or copper into shining gold ? Alas! nobody. A bit of coal is carbon. A diamond is als* carbon. Where ib the link between them ? We yearn to know. Thousands of rae* have burned out life'B candle in the effort to ascertain. How vainly! In the bosom of her hiilw Nature hides that secr...

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

OPPOSITE8CHQOI, OF ABTS, MOSltAlir-STREET1, rniaTOBg TO WEES. W. S". liaving emAed & Ne%r Sfcudio at the above ig to execute Portraite of every deseriptaonfooin Miniature to T.ifp Size in Water colors, Black and White, &e., either direct or from tine Photograph. ./• Bohofx —Awarded 13iree First Medals, Boekhampton; awarded Rrst Prize Indian and Intercolonial Exhibitions. J. TttSH—Awarded First Prize Medal, Tpvosvillej awarded First Pnze Certificate, Oharters Towers. : Specimens on Tie w at the Studio. Inspection invited. The Brilliant Boot Mart. "KTTCHOIiAS, Practieal Boot and Shoe Maker, lately carrying on business in !• -LH Mosman-Btreet, wishesto announcethat he is now established in (hose newly crectedj large. andcommodiouBpremises sitnated juflt below the Sunburst Hotel, Gill street, and respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage of his old friends and customers. Hhe new shop is well stocked with a carefuliyBelected and yariedassortmentof Toadies, Gent...

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Land Grant Railway Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

i Land tBiraiit Railway Bill. The debate on the Land Grant [ Railway Bill in the AssemUy r on Tuesday evening was one of the mosfe important yet chronicled In connec tion with that highly important measure, and Mr Powers is to be Con gratulated on moving so essential an|i useful an amendment. It is aMQ, very well with agricultural land,, bat public sentiment is against the alienation of mineral country, and so the Government wiH find if they do not fall in with Mr Power's sugges tion on the subject. Active prospect ing wonld never be carried on on free hold land. Outsiders would certainly not search for minerals on other people's property, and owners might be indisposed, or not have sufficient enterprise to develop the mineral deposits contained within their pro perty. How many rich mines have disgusted successive parties of men, and yet enriched those who wer& fortunate enough to come in, just as the rich shoot of gold was about to be struck. The Day Dawn P.O. here, the Gol...

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