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Louis Kossuth. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

- Louis Kossuth. The 27th of April was Hie 90th birthday of the Hungarian patriot exile, Louis Kob- i suth. This, old man lives at Turin, in an ancient house, once the property of a noble man. To this day hte earns his own living by literaxy work, refusing help from hie sons, and from tlie Italian Government. Two years ago he lost the citizenship of Hungary in consequence of hie failure to report him self to a Minister of the .Empire, as all exiles should «very ten years. His countrymen came to Tnrin from a'l parts of Hungary to present to l/ouia Kossuth the honorary citizenship of his native land.. It is said {remarks the Northern Territory Times) that the gold returns for the quarter just ended will chow a greater gold export than any previous quarter since the records were taken. Beside this put the fact that monr-y has hardly ever been more scaree amongst Europeans, and you have a puzzle to worry out. <J-©ld^gettujg here is becoming «o entirely a Chinese transaction t...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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THE Tomb of King Osric. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

THE Tomb of King Osric. The above i e a sketch of the tomb of lling Os ric, of Northumbria at Gloucester Cathedral, where a very interesting discovery has been made by Dr £ pence, the Dean—a discovery taking us back to < he eighth century, when Fnglnnfl was divided into several contending kingdoms." The remains of King Osric were, in the time of Henry Till, stated to have lain in St. Petronell's t hapel, and then in the Lady Capel, but "of late dayes" they were removed to a shrine to the north of the high alter -the very shrine of which we give a sketch. This worthy king founded the .Abbey of Gloucester in 729.* The regular meenug oi the Hope of Pro hibition Ju^eni'e Temple Ko. SO, I." .Cr. t was held in the A.N.A. Hall on Tuesday evening last. Kine new members were ini tiated, .and the superintendent distributed prizes to the collectors for the rece t at nual picnic. Frizes were also nwarJed to Bro 8. Price, and Sisters K. Joseph, Bessie; Varrie. Fiorrie Boh ins, Georgia...

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TERRIBLE ACCIDENT IN LONDON. EIGHT PERSONS KILLED AND THIRTEEN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

TERRIBLE ACCIDENT IN LONDON. EIGHT PERSON3 KILLED AND THIRTEEN" INJUBED. Ttffi £jJTR!ANC£ . .To Th£ STAINS THE SCENE OF THE ACCIDENT. The above illustration depicts the scene of j a terrible accident which, happened recently at I the Hampstead Heath Station of the London and North-Western Railwav, Station V-y which ei ght person 6 lost their lives while several others were removed to the nearest hospital suffer ing from various acd severe injuries The day having been fine an immense cumber of holiday-makers had visftsd Hampstead Heath. According to a rough computa'ion, it is believed that over 100,003 people vLsit d this favourite spot. At the time mentioned above, thousands of these were returning homewards, and their anxiety to secure seats in the trains, which were running at frequent intervals, was quickened by the »ppearance of dark, heavy clouds, which threatened a storm. The railway station was besieged by a DENSE SOLID MASS OF PEOPLE of *11 ages, ail eager to get first on th...

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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

TUEF GOSSIP. (by Hermit.) Nominations for the two principal handi caps of the Torres Straits Jockey Club | (Thursday Island) close on the 4th of | August. These are the Wai Weer Handi- ■ ■ cap of 50 sove, 6 furlongs, and the Thursday Island Cup, of 100 60vs, 1| miles. The rest of the programme, #Mdi is run on Sep tember 14, consists of % Selling Race, of 30 eove, winner to be Bold for 30 sots, and a Trial Stakes, Hack Handicap, and Consola tion Handicap, the amounts of added money for which are not yet fixed upon, I have a letter from Mr 6. Craig, the secretary of the T rres Straits Jockey Club, in which he tells me that any visitors to the Thursday Island races can besure of » hearty weleome. Be says there is no truth in the report that it is a condition of their programme *' that once and a halftimes round the Island is to be considered one mile/' I was oulat the racecourse on Fridayafter noonrand took a sound the trJck, die going on which seemB to be in very fair order. The new t...

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

AT THiH CRITERION HOUSE & CO DRAPERS, MILLINERS, & CLOTHIERS, ABE SHEWING A. Magnificent Range of I igh-Class Goods for the Winter 8eawn. These Goods are Quite New, of the Latest Fashions, and were imported direct from LONDON AND PAEffi. \ GEO. TOMLINSON & CO. We ask the favour of m. Visit of Inspection, when any orders yon may favour us with will be esteemed. CRITERION HOUSE. NEWEST SHADES DAMAS, SIAMOIS, FAILLE, AND BUFFALO SKINS. ALSO FANCY SILKS FOR BALL DRESSES. J_,ATEST JDeSIGNS IN |3EIGE pOSTUMES A.HD J<ANCY pRESS jw.ATERIALS, • . * frr® WITH TBXMMINGb AND FURNISHINGS TO MATCH. * latest fashions SHEWING IN THE millinery department, bstrsiboli) moss of m ran usr qvautt aid rbuh nun. V centlemen's clothing, mercery, hats 4J&E A SPJSOIACiITr WITH 0&

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TATTERSALL'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

TATlEILS AIiL'8 CLUB. The following acceptances have been re ceived for the races under the auspices o£ Tattersalls Club on 28th instant:— ' TATTERS AIiTiS' HANDICAP ; 1£ miles. (t lf» st lb Pet Girl ... 8 3 Saladin ... 7 4 Olive,.. ... 8 2 Blackloek ... 7 4 The Broker... 8 0 Sefton ... 6 7 VeloeUy ... 7 9 30 OKMA.KEBS' PURSE; 1 mile. Siverspray ... 8 10 Velocity ... 7 10 Olive 8 4 Saladin ... 7 5 The Broker... 8 1 Blocklock ... 7 5 MarkTapley 8 O Sefton ... 6 8 flying HANDICAP j 6 furlongs. O'iive... ... 8 5 Oaiety ... 7 4 MarkTapley... 8 1 First Lady ... 6 13 Velocity ... 7 11 b hosts handicap ; 5 furlongs. Argyle .i, 8 7 Jfieholls ... 8 1 Olive... ... 8 7 Qalety ... 7 jS Miark Tapley 8 3 Firefc Lady ... 7 0 The nominations for the Hack Srce are Mystery, Somulu?, Daylight, Dynamite, Yaamba, Olivette.

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

I beg to notify to the Public that I have just received OF R T Direct from England, and am now in a Position to Sell Ladies' Gent's and Children's Boots and Shoes in every particular, AS CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE IN THE COLONY The Assortment Consists chiefly of BOSTOCKS* , who are tiie Best Manufacturers of Ladies' Boots and Shoes in Great Britain, and for the Sale of which tttg % ■© 12 "13 T "V T; V TO f Jb M 4# <0 •%& 1 on Cote of tljis Jp BOSTOCKS' BOOTS ARB GRAND. BOSTOCKS' BOOTS ARE REALLY GOOD! BOSTOCKS' ARE GENUINE I A SPECIALITY! CONTINENTAL —Also, about 20 TRU K ICS Acsorted Boots and Shoes f rom the Best Continental Manufacturers. OOLiONI/LL*—The Colonial Leather Bool® and Shoes are chiefly of James Hunter's J.H. BOOTS and FEDERAL. / / / -4v!ese& deezz <2^2 We hare 44 '&&pe44f. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS Anda Liberal Discount will be made to LARGE JjT.B-—We have made Arrang^emeiits for Boote, &c. to arrive from England...

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CLUB. ETHEBIDGE DISTRICT JOCKEY ANNUAL MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) GEORGRTOWN, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

ETHEBIDGE DISTRICT JOCKEY ■. (by TEEBGBiPH.) . <feORGKTOWK, July 23. -....-' The followingxesnlte of ; Hu Annn»l-Heding:—* Matdeh Praxs.-—Spy 1, dare 2, The Don 3. Won easily. Bstsffix Plate,—Botorua L, Landsdowne 2, Marquis 3, Good race, Gsoboxxowh Hajtdicap.—Coynt Secundus % Proximo 3, Three startere. Wflnfiaaly flAtlK ft^CE.—Joker 1, 3Tap*2, Postmaster S. W<«i easily.

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Second Day. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Second Das. : Wsin^B HAiaiiCAP.—Count lj A^han S lurnee. . Ii&prEs' Bracelet. - Sear'e 1, Jjanedowne 2, Botorua 3. Spyand Hector also ran. Very good race. i;':; JocKEr riuB Handicap.—Count 1, Sec nndus 2, Proximo 3. Won easily. SEi^uofa Ra.CB.-tBotorua 1, Nap 2. Lant <lowne ja'so started, but fell, the jockey, however, not: being much hurt. Won easily. Ck)K--oijATioif Handicap.—Afghan 1, Sec imdns 2. Good race.

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

ABE THeOriginalaiid Only Successful 5« CONSULTATIONS iii Queensland. The Names of Persons drawing Horses are never divulged. STOW OPEN— Tattersall's Handicap, Son at Charters Towers, July 28th, 1892^ 5000 SUBSCRIBERS at 5b. Each. 3ffxst flotee... ... £500 Second Horse ... ... sm Third Sorse ... ... 125 Starters divide ... ... 55 Non-startera divide ... 50 2 Cash Prizes of £40 each... SO 2 „ „ £20 each... 30 5 M ,. £10 each... 60 10 „ „ £5 each SO 20 „ „ £210s each 50 £1250 3g.JE*tra Cash Prizes. ^ ALSO OPEN. Miners Union Associa tion Handicap, Rub ait Charters Towers, Sept. 15th, 1892. 6000 SDBSCBIBEBS at 5s. Each. First Horse... ... ... £600 Second Horse / ... ... 300 Blind Horse - ... ... _ 150 StBrtrasdivide ,.. ... 75 _ ... 75 2 Cash Prizesof £50 each... 100 2 „ „ £25 each... 50 6 „ M £10each... 60 io M * £g-:«u&... • m 20 „ „ £210s each $0 £1500 39 Extra Cash Prizes. Special attention is directed to my Con sulfcatttaaonthe MELBOURNE CUB . 20,000 Subscribe i s at 5s each...

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

"CITSf OF THE PLAINS" CONSULTATION ON TUB To be Run on or about BwejibetvIst, lfc92. ^SieillBERS AT 10s. EACH. First Horse ... ... Second Horse Third Horse... Starters-dmde . . Non-starters divide... LESS 10 PER€ENT. sab EXTRA CASH PRIZES Every £1 invested will have 12 separate chances of obtaining a handsome ** divvy." This is the only bona fide investment in Queensland that a working man has for bettering His position by a small outlay of money. The promoter has been before the public for nearly 30 years, and during that time hie Sweeps have given undeniable satisfaction, which should be & guarantee to the general public that they are a safety-valve for their honest earnings. t The Committee who superintend the drawing are tried men of stability and position, and are all descendants from the grand old knights of chivalry who brooked no dishonour. The drawing will take place on the 24th of October, in order to enable fortunate drawers to deal with their horses to the best a...

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SPORTING NEWS. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

SPORTING NEWS. BACING FIXTORES. July 28-N.Q.. Tattersall's Club ; July 28, 29— Burketown. Jtdf 28—Bowen. August 9, 10—Wild River Jockey Club, (Herberfcon) Nominations for handicaps (6) July 22 ■ weights, July 25 • ac ceptances and general en'ry, August 2. August 23, 24—Cooktown T C. September 14. Thursday Island; Nomi nations August 4. September 15—Towers Miners' Racing Club; Nominations for handicaps August 18 ; weights August 29; acceptances Sep tember?.

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The Close of The Season. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

The Close of Hie Season. Though the busiest part of the racing season is over, the Spring campaign will be by no means an idle one, and liorseowners will hare ample oppor tunity to earn their oats between this and Christmas. Actually, the season 1891-92 will close at the end of this week, bat die date is practically the only sign by which the period is -marked, as there will be.but little .cessation of racing business. At head quarters we shall have a six weeks* rest from operations, and those who wish to follow the fortunes of the turf mngrt travel farther northward, to Herberton, Cooktown, and other places, the Miners' .meeting on Sep tember 15th being the next occasion on which the Charters To were course will bs the scene of action. As only a few horses from hereabouts are entered at the places north from here, most of the stables will be abletp enjoy a slight cessation from work, and the spell will be most serviceable, as most of the horses have been pretty hard at it i dnjing ...

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CR YDON JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

C8 <YDOtf JOCKEY CLUB. The following is the r'suit of the third day's racing on Ju!y 9th. FLYING HANDICAP; f >£ 25 iove; 6 furlongs. Saxby, 8st 41b ... ... (Kelly) 1 Royal Oak, 7sfc 101b ... (Ennis) 2 Ijouetfce, 7st 21b (Leeper) 3 Cadmus 9st 41b, Count 9sfc 61b and Afghan 7st 31b, also started. Won by a length. HANDICAP HACK BAGS, Of 10 eoFB%; 1 mile. Joker, 9stl01b ... ... ... ... 1 Bags, 9st lib ... ... ... ... 2 Tentnre, 8st ... ... ... 3 Only three started. - CEOYDON GIFT, Of 40 soto; l£miles. Count, 9st ... ... ... * (Curtain) 1 Stanley, 7st 71b (i im Kin) 2 Ivanhoe, lOst ... ... (Kelly) 3 Saxby 7st 111b. Proximo 7st 61b, Donation 7st 121b, and louette 7st 51b, also started. HURRY eCUEHY, Of £5; \ mile. Tramps ,.. ' ... ... 1 Ten starters.

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MACKAY TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. FIRST DAY. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MACKAY, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

MACKA.Y TURF CLUB ANSTJAIi MEETING. First Day. (by TEIiEGRAPH.) Mackay, July 20. There was splendid weather for the first day's lacing, and the attendance was a good one:— OPENING HANDICAP. Of £40; six furlongs. Mr J. Riley's br g Sunbeam by Sunlight —little Queen, aged, lOst 101b . ... (Riley* 1 Carbine, 8st61b... ... ... (Leach) 2 Kilrea, Get 71^ ... ... ... (Derrah) 3 Five starters. Won by half a length. Time lmin 19sec. MEMBERS' HANDICAP. Of £50 ; Welter Handicap; second horse £10 out of the stakes.. One mile. Glenalbyn 1 Mignonette 2 Monk ... 3 Sine starters. Won by half a length. Time, lmin 51sec. M.T.C. HANDICAP. Of £150; second fiorseto receive £20 out of stakee; Two miles. .. Mr J. Palmer's b g Tharwa, by the Levite. aged, 7et 121b... ... (G-. Grant) 1 Mr W. Bray's ch g Bone, aged, 9st 51b (O'Neill) 2 Mr Dalton'e Alfrida, 6st lOst (Wallace) 3 A splendid race, Won by two IftnpHin, Bone holding back too long an 1 being unable to catch Tharwa. Time, 3min 42sec. An explanation ...

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PARLIAMENT. [BY TELEGRAPH.] BRISBANE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

PARLIAMENT. « {"by tblb&kaph.] Brtcbaite. Joit 19 In Hie Legislative Council to-day, the Sale •f Bread Beg illations Sill was read a third time and passed. The Copyright and Be_mltttions Bill was lead a second time, and the E'ections Bill p«wpd its second reading after a good deal of diBfpmjicm. Tn the Assembly to-day Mr Unmack, in reply to a long question by Btr Foxton, said improvements were to be made to Wallan garra station and refreshment room. Mr Paul initiated a long debate under cover of an adjournment motion, t) call atten tion to a public meeting in the Centennial "BTn.11 j of the previous night, a* which a num ber of members 6poke against the Land Grant "Railway Bills, he charged Mr Brookes as «»lmiinnn.ri of the meeting with exceeding his duty as a legislator, being a member of the Upper House. The Speaker Taled no reference could be lamia to members of the Council. Subsequantly in the debate Mr Annear «ame into collision with Mr Drake and Mr Powers, whom he char...

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SECOND DAY. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MACKAY, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Pbcosd Day. (BY TELEGRAPH.) JiACKAY, Julv 21. There was again splendid weather for the races to day, and a good attendance of the public. Be-lilts:— FliYIHG HANDICAP Of £40; 6 furlongs. Mr Dalton's b g Carbine, aged, Ssfc /lu ... (Leach) 1 Mr J. Biley's br g Sunbeam, aged, list lib (including 5lb penalty^.-O^iley) 2 ifcp MbSattfs SweetbriaT, 6st 71b (Murray) 3 l?onr started s a cloBe race. Time, Imin PRESIDENTS* TROPHY, Value presented by It. H. Black and S. H. Palrymp'e, President and- "Vice oresident of the club ; with a trophy ^ued £15 for the second horse; one Ify p^Beoe j bl g Monk, by The Iievite, if, Jilntd'e Stateg*pian ~ c.J linrer to pecci'fi £10 out of #t£m; s^pUdta»i»*o wo*. Iievite, aged, 8sfc 7lb, including Tib penalty... ... ... . (G,Q-rant) J.-I m W. Bray's ch g :>oue, aged3 9st 7ib... 2 Mi* «T. Riley's br g Sunbeam, aged. 9^ 51b ... (Riley) 3 ALfrieda, 6st 121b, also ran. Alfrieda cut out the running for the fire^ mile, Tharwa, Roue, and Sunbeam following in that...

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

I FROM FROM FROM FROM A »f Iff A IKE -TO MjEi IF YOU SUFFER Depression of Spirits, Fains in the Back, Irregular Action of tlie Heart, Spots befoit the Eyes, Awkwardness in company, no interest in daily occupation, OR Nervous Debility, Tired Feeling in the morning even after several hours' sleep, hifolontaiy Blushing, Loss of Memory, Dimness of Vision. Indigestion, OR Eruptions on the Face, Neck, or Shoulders, Loss of Energy, Loss of Bower, any form if Skin or Blood Disease. Kidnev or Liver Diseases, in short Any form of Nervous, Chronic, or Special Disease, do not lose any time, but at once write to MOORE AND HOGG THE EMINENT ^1# It? ftJlai** A NORTH QUAY, BRISBANE, F RE OUR ELECTRIC BELT, price 12s. tkL se-.t (past free) to any addxett. DR. J, AUSTRALIA LIVER ILL WILL CURE Sluggish Liver, Stom&dh Derangements Gonstipaion. Sick Headache, . , Indigestion,Fktulenee# give HealthyTone to the System, promote Appetite, and produce a Healthy Hue to the SOLD BY ALL. CHEMISTS. 'i . A...

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

COMMERCIAL. B. D. Mo&ekbad & Co, report; 14th Julj, 1892:—Fat Cattle: 347 yarded. Market ruled dull throughout at somewhat lower rate*. Best bullocks, £3 5s to £4- & few extra prime to £5 5a; light weights, £2 10s to £3 ; good cows, 30a to 40s; exrra prime, £2 15b to £3. We sold account Herbert Hunter, 48 bullocks from £2 10s to £5 3s, averaging £3 4a 3d; also <2 extr* prims cows to£3 10s, avering £3 5b ; account D. Stevens, GKra G-ira, 11 bullocks, averaging £3, and 7 cows at 30s; account Almz and Sparkes, 4 bullocks at £3 10s; account J. Soadbent & Co., Mondure, 2 bullocks at £3 12s 6d ^.account J- Steven &Co., Mousildale, 62 bollocks averaging £3 Is; and account D. 0 McOonnel and Sons, 2 bullocks at £4 2a 6d. Fat Sheep: 3,70* penned. Prices were Is to Is 6d lower, and sa'es difficult to effect* about 1000 being passed. Beet Merino wethers 7s 9d to 8s 6 i; a few extra 9s9dto 10s j good 6s 3d to 7s 3d. Rest cross* breds 9s to 10s f...

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

I L P. & Charters Towers* OF ALL KINDS OP MINING 0. Vf —Just Landed— A Siupmekt or T. A140 W. Smith's CELEBRATED STEEL WIRE ROPES. Y I c T O R I A g A W f\/| I L L. S, AND TIMBER SALE YARD S. _A_ "V 33 Hardwood, Pine, pad cr«^ description of Timber, Hkcnrise isashes, Doors, Mouldings, Hoofing iron, and oil Building Requisites. Evcrv Man Hits Own Undiord. WHY P AY RENT? A Grand Drawing on the Art Union Principle for 6 sttfcs<aniialiy Built 4-roomed • VrrwiEs to be erected upon any Residence Awa, piovided byfte Lucky Winners. The Drawing to take place on or about June 23, in the School of Arts, and of which due notice will be given. Bach of the Six Cottages to be well and faithfully built, of the very Best Material and Workmanship, and Tallied a& £100 each. Owing to As great scarcity of Houses, and the inability of many to build, the Manager of the Vistoria Saw Mills places a chance within the reach of tail to cecure a comfortable home for One Week's («ent. ...

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