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CHAPTER XVII.—GREAT IS MY WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
CHAPTER XVII.-(TREAT IS "MY At the tour and in the place appointed the captain inet Mi's. Cray wortli and received from her the photograph and lock of hair which sfye regarded as proof of Lad* Fother gilie's guilt, with the instructions that he should at once deliver them to ?Sir Dauvers. Delighted with a mis sion. which he believed would separate husband and wife, Fothergille sought his cousin, endeavoring the while to mask his satisfaction under a grave face. The baronet was in his study, and looked up wearily. * Do you wish to see me f* asked he somewhat irritably. ' Yes ; the fact is,T have something of import «nce to say.' 4 About your proposal to Meg r' ' No/ said the captain, somewhat confused by the question, ' but about Mavnes.' 'Well ?' 4 From my knowledge of him in the bush I came to the conclusion that he is without honor or honesty/ The baronet's face grew pal**, and a look of trouble came into his blue eyes, but he made 110 reply. 11 fear I may pain you, Dan vers, but ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sxdkbt, May 8. ' . There was a narrow escape from a serious railway accident at Culcaim, near Aibuiy, last night, - The Sydney express dashed tihioogk the station at the rate of thirty-five miles an hour, and camfe into collision. wit3* four trucks which were being shunted. Tii . trucks were shattered, and a severe shoc'i was caueed to the passengers. A Russian Pole, who was speared by the blacks at Dora Dora, died last night. The murderers have not been found. tmcr, May 11. The late Sir John Robertson was buried this afternoon. There was a very large attendance at the funeral, the procession being a mile and a lialf in length. Thomas Costin, one of the persons who was inj ured by the explosion of the cylinder" of annnonia, at the Fresh Food and Ice* Company's works, died yesterday. Hie is the second death resulting from the accident. The election of two members for the Central District in the Legislative Council took place yesterday, and two labor candi dates, Mess...
THE INFLUENZA. LONDON, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
THE UTFLUEXZA. LOKBON, May 14. j It is reported tliat 70 members of fclic House cf Commons are suffering from in fluenza, amongst them being tiie Marquis of Ilai+iugton and tlie Bight- Hon. Joseph. Chamberlain. In the ea.^e of these two gentlemen, however, the attacks are slight. The epidemic has now assumed a milder form. Mr Win. Boyle Barbour, member for Paisley, succumbed ti ilie disease. (Hie hundred and ciglitv deaths occurred in Loudon during tlie last week.
The Storyteller. SWEET IS REVENGE. [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XVI.—THE SPY AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
SWEET IS By J. FITZOEB.ALD MOLLOV, Author of " Hotc Came He Dead " That TJllaiii Hornet*" A M&lt;xhrtt Magician. ^*o., 4"&lt;* [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED ] [ALL RIGHTS RR:SR-KVI:I).J CJJAPTES XVI.-THE SPY AT WORK. Mrs. Cray worth felt depressed, tor j lier stay at the Abbey was drawing! 3 a close and she had not succeeded in ter design. Sl:e had lost no op portunity of insinuating to Sir Dan " vers that he was wronged. She bad dogged Ethel's footsteps that she might be. ab'e to inform the baronet where he would find bis wife and Lord Hector; her eves had directed baronet's to the co; ner where Lady Fothergille aod her £ -iend sat apart ; her voice had expressed sympathy for his grief. As a gnat stinging a liou she had hovered round hi 111 making him smart a thousand times by those feminine refinements of cruelty she node'stood so well, hinting by. subtle words, by &lt;he lifting of eye brows, by the expression of her face,; by the breathing of a sigh, how deeply sh...
THE CZAREWITCH. LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
THE CZ A BEWITCH. L. siwx, May 13. J It-appears Ihat the Czarewiteh was struck | 011 the Iicad with n t-word by a fanatical policeman, but the sun heliuet he was wenv ing at the time prevented the infliction of a serious wound. May I*. Official news received regarding the attack on the Czarewiteh of Russia goes to show that wlien the fanatical policeman was striking a tJeeond blow Prince Geerge of Greece felled j the would-be assassin. It is underwood that J the incident will not be allowed to interfere 1 with the tour of the CV..-tre\vi&lt;cli in t he East, j
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
VICTORIA. Meeboubnf, May 8. Much coiisternation was caused tins morn ing by the receipt. of the news that the barque Joseph S. Seammel, from ¥ew Yort^ went- ashore during the night near Creelong. 5fo lives were lost. The Federal Constitution Bill will foe suhmitted to Parliament at the earliest opportunity. The Premier has received a letter from the* Hon. Hackett, of Western Australia, to the effect that the latter colony is either apathetic or hostile to Federation. About £70,000 was expended last year in bonuses for the promotion of the agricul tural, dairying, fruit and wine industries. The same amount will be distributed this year. The Post master General 1ms received a return showing that there was an increase of 100 per cent in the number of words trans mitted from the Melbourne office by eable during t he last six days. The ship Craigburn parted her tow iiix when clearing the Head^ to-day. She is now reported to be anchored dangerous V close to tlie shore at the back of Sorre...
Croydon Mining. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
Croydon Mining. CFBOM ORA OWJT CORRESPOXDEXT). I am at last glad to chronicle the cud of tlie very severe wet season. The roads now axe gratually drying up and traffic is being resumed, aud the Croydon epicures rejoice once more in the unwonted luxuries of potatoes, fruit, etc. Business is looting up a little, and scrip changing hands at an ad vanced price during the past week. The Iguana P.C. has a crushing going through the Company's mill of 300 tons, which, it is expected, will go three ounces. The Mark Twain GLM Co.'s property is looking A!. Last week the reef in the ssuth drive, which has pinched out, was struck at a greater depth and now shows 20iu of solid stone. The Company arc much hampered by their maeltinery being delayed by the flood, but on its arrival the output of stone can be doubled or trebled. The sensation of the week was caused by a notification from Bris bane that the Croydon Homeward Bound Gr.M. Co. had called up balf-a-crown per share, amounting in all to abou...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 8. The Premier has instructed the Agent General to attend the International Postal Conference at Vienna. ADELAIDE, May 11. The Premier lias received a cablegram from London stating that Chief Justice Way is in good health, and that, therefore, the minor that he was suffering from influenza was quite erroneous. The Town Hall was packed to overflowing to-day on the declaration of the poll for the Central District in the Legislative Council. Messrs. Charleston and Guthrie, the labor candidates, who were returned, had a mag nificent reception. Bands of music played ^National airs, and the trades unions sub scribed 6d a man to pay the election expenses of the labor representatives.
The Mulgrave. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
Tlio ! (FSOM A C RRESPaKMEXT.) THIS field has about 100 men on it, but owing to the extreme wet little is being done. 11 reckon when dry weather sets in the aliu j vial will find work for SO good payable claims, and fossickcrs may kyoek out £2 a wceV, or perhaps tucker. The gold is found on the bottom in penny - w e i glit s up to 20oz nuggets. The gold I have is coarse and water worn, with little or no quartz, the qMciinens being a tighter colored gold. The country is elate, and the creek and points the richest, although lite crescents are paying small wages, with heavy stripping. Stones ace often deficient, and two days work is all one can get through in «ix, owing to floods. The reefs are payable with proper appliances, | some being 10 or 12?t on surface, and gold J being viable. They liave one crushing -> machine in the neighborhood, but it is fit I only for Mad metal, and the gold is in Hie I taiLuigs, which will pay for dishing. There j is one store, and beef is plentiful w...
MAXAGER'S REPORT. BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
MAXAGER'S REPORT. BAVI> OF nOPK. 1). DLnunock, manager, reports under date Ma y 8th:-I have to report on "the work doiie iu your mine for the last month as follows: The underlie and stopes, below the north level, arc much the same as when last reported on. there being fully 1 foot of stone of good quality, but the ground ie hard. lit the backs above this level two stopes are being carried on with an average of one foot of stone in each. South from the rise a drive and leading stope "are worked together. Thedrive is in 31ft. The formation here lias opened out totally 12ft, with 1ft of «fcone on the bottom, and a number of good leaders through the formation, which remains favorable for working. This part of the mine is looking very well as for as it is opened, 150 tons of : stone have been, hauled for the 'month, making -100 tons in" the paddock. Crushing will be commenced at the Sew Queen Mill on Monday next. "PICSOBIA so 1 WEST. .A. Ball, manager, iepoits under date May 81 During...
Strike Rowdies and Their Supporters. (Courier May 9th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
Slrilic Koivdies and Their Sii|>|)»rier§. (Courier May 9tli.) So accustomed are we to the forceful measures adopted by tke labor party in the present industrial struggle that we forget to ask what would be the position if 110 such measures had been resorted to. If we had nothing more than a fair and honest strike, the strikers contenting themselves with refusing to work, and refraining from interference, or at least forceful inter ference. with the procuring of other labor, and with the property of em ployers, what would have been the ; result r Plainly the pastoralists | would have conducted their opera tions at. their ease as before, finding labor enough, diwes and teams would have gone through the country witliout let or kin- j drance and the Government-that is the public-would not have been called on to send a single soldier or even an additional policeman to the affected districts. A strike pare and simple would, have effected nothing. At an early stage this was recognised b...
The Labor Dispute. THE LATEST PARTICULARS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ADAVALE, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
The Labor Dispute. + THE LATEST PARTICULARS. [BT ELECTBIC TE LEG-B APH-J (FROMOCK OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) Adavaxe, May 13 In strike matters all is quiet here. The mounted infantry returned from patrol duty ou Jackon, Rockland, and Tybingera stations last night. Ulackaix, May 13. Keuiey, who was arrested on a charge of }>erj urv, was brought up yesterday, and re manded for eight days, -bail being refused. Xiae out of eleven prisoners charged with intimidation at Raveusboume have beau found guilty. John Nolan, and Joseph Math ers, who were acquitted on this chargcjaro waiting trial on other charges against them. The Court lias been crowded for the last three days. The ease against the prisoners charged with rioting, etc., at Lome, are now being heard. Babcaldibe, May 14. The police have information that the party of unionists, who left Ba-rcalditie for Aramae, split up into two parties at that town, and axe travelling to East Dair Downs and Muttaburra. The carriers are having a prolon...
Warden's Court. FRIDAY, MAY 8. (Before Mr Warden Cusack.) GOLDFIELDS, HOMESTEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
li arden's Court. FRIDAY, MAY 8. (Before MR Warden. Cusack.) «K)LJ>FN;R,DS. HOMESTEAD?. 2080. Joseph Harvey, 40 acres, abandoned G-.F.H., 21(3. Adjourned for a week. 2081. Eliza Jane Francis, 1 rood, forfeited G-.F.H., 879. Approved conditionally, 2082. Wm. Ilinton, 2 rood, Prior-street. Approved conditionally. 20c3. F. G-. Sparre, 40 acres, forfeited G.F.H., 203. Approved conditionally. 2084. Mary Tilley, 1 rood, Plant-street. Approved conditionally. 2085. Wm. II. McBride, 2 roods, cancelled G.F.H., 1357. Adjourned for a week. 2086. John A. Finlay son, 2 roods, can celled, G-.F.H., 1102. Adjourned for a week. 2087. John Kennedy, 1 rood, 27 3 perches, forfeited Gr.F.lT, 1478. Approved, GOLD MIXIXG- LEASES. 1340. Mills Day Dawn United, G-.M. Co.. 18 acre?, 25|- perches. Adjourned for five weeks. EXEMPTIONS FROM WORK. 405. E.H.T. Plant, fire months partial. Recommended. 1315. W. J. Paul!, six months partial. Three months recommended. 957. Day Dawn Block , and Wyndham, three months ...
Crushings for April. CHARTERS TOWERS. MOUNT LETYSHON MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
I . I Crashfngti for ipril. CHARTERS TOWEBS. MOUNT LETSHOX MILT,. toils ewt. qrs. oz. dv. t. £r Mouut Leyshon. (}.u ecnsland Gr.M. Co. ... 1-585 0 O 552 II 0 BLACK KNOB MILL. Democrat... ... 82 10 0 45 5 O Bradj aud party... 10 0 0 3 2 0 OXE-AXD-ALT.. Brilliant ... ... 448 O 0 7(X> G 0 Wilkie and party, Identity tribute 87 10 O 227 10 0 Key and party, Old Warrior ... Gi 0 O 22 10 0 Lubra Tribute ... 30 10 O 42 13 0 Gladstone P.O. ... lO O O 3 11 0 *dcutitf Headings 31 0 0 12 1&lt;J O Bannaster & party. Identity tribute 58 0 0 09 5 0 Braggs aud party, Identity tribute 42 15 O 43 15 O Marshall, Queen tribute 14 0 0 7 5 0 Alexandra surface &lt;10 0 2 0 0 Warmen and party 10 5 0 28 5 0 SOCTI1EEX CHOSS. Mi. Charles, Web ster and party... 13 17 0 0 13 0 ! Sew Towers Ext., slug grinding,-;... 10 O O 15 O O Warden & Byrnes, Reardon andp'ty 7 15 0 JO 5 0 Black Jack, Davis 15 7 O 15 15 (3 Jacob Wirth, P.JL Black Knob ... 8 15 O 3 15 0 " BUBDECnr MUX. Day Daw...