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[NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.["STAND FAST, CRAIG ROYSTON!" Nebb Nobel, BY WILLIAM BLACK, Author of " A Princess of Thule," " Sabina Zembra," " The New Priac Fortunatus," &c., &c. ALL Rights Reserved. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

[NOW FIRST PUBLISHED. [ RoYSTCN !" Nri» Nofcrl, BY WILLIAM BLACK, Author of " A Princess of Thule," " Sabina Zembrsi," " Tlie New Priac Fortunatus," &c., &c. AH XUglxta RoservedL CHAPTER XIV.—Pot to the P boob To say that Vin Harris's jeao ad was unreasoning, ungovernable, an cause of cruel and incessant tor ture to himself, is merely to say that it was jealousy, but by an unhappy coincidence this was the very moment chosen by his father to ma.ce a dis closure which, for a breathless second or go, seemed to recall and confirm the young man's wildest suspicions. When Vincent, in obedience to the telegraphic summons, arrived at the house in Grosvenor Place, he found "his father in the library, standing with his back to the fire. On this occasion the great capital-denouncing capitalist did not wear the suit of hodden grey which, at dinner in his own house, was designed to show bis contempt for conventionality; no; when this interview was over, he meant to lunch at the A...

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

Queensland Smelting Co., Limited. ALOERSHOT, MARYBOROUGH. —tot— BU EES AND SMELTERS OF Ctold, Silver, Leadaliil Copper tres, Anrtterons Concentrates AKB . » Pyrites, Amalgam, &«, tot Highest Prices in the Colo nies paid for Aurifer ous Concentrates and Pyrites. :—m— FIBST CLASS FACILITIES FOB CRUSHING. —tot— AMALGAMATING AND CONCENTBA TINa ON FRUE "VANNEBS. —t°t— Assays and Practical "Working Tests made, and all kinds of Analytical Work done on Seasonable Terms. -t°t— E. A. WEL\BER«, fi.IL GENERAL MANAGER. THE RUSSELL IMPROVED ELEC TRICAL BEJ1S BANDS, FOOT BATTERIES £ SEETHING NECKLETS are a pronounced success In the treatment of A® various IverrouB Disorders, Aches, wn<i Paine. These belts give a decided and uniform galvanic current which thoroughly permeates the whole human system, it stimulates to action the half-dormant organs And serve matter, and thereby removes the1 fundamental causes of disease, pii« and disorder. The Russell Electric Belts are absolutely ...

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

ALWAYS USE IT IS THE BEST. Sold by all Grocers in the North. Procurable through all Merchants. :o: BE SURE YOU BUY Royal Baking Powder, This Baking Powder is now acknowledged to be the Best Brand in the Market. Procurable through all Storekeepers and Merchants. a. W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. INSIST UPON HAVING ^This GOFFEE^ is cele brated for its Excel lbnt Flavor. AIL Grocers keep it; ala© to be had from all Mer chants. Packed by the Crescbnt Packing Compost. FRENCH COFFEE. The Obi&dtai. has a Be*, White and Blue Striped XabeL Bbwask of Imitations. This is the only Pr0Beh Coffee prepared upon SOLD BVBEYWHBBB. Procurable through all Merchants. R. W. THUBLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. The Crescent Packing- Com pany's Peppers, Obakgi Blossom, Spices, Hokey are the Best in the Market. Take no ither. The Original FRENCH COFFEE has a Red, White and Bin# Striped Label. It is the Best. Take no other. R. W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. OI BPILDIUtS, CO...

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THE GREAT CARNEGIE STRIKE. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

THE Gh&EAT CARNEGIE STRIKE. 1 London, July 25. \ It ia announced that Pick, the manager for the Carnegie Company, is recovering. Two dynamite car tridges were found in the would-be assasin's mouth, enicide being his evident intention. It is believed the man is » crazy anarchist. It ie reported that attempts have been, i made to poison Pick's whole family, j Seven hundred and fifty of Carnegie's 1 employees, Dnguesne, have struck in sympathy with the homestead strikers. j

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A CRUEL DIVINE. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

A CRUEL DIVINE. | London. July 25. j The fiev. Coxfcon has been sea tenced to six, months' im priBonment in addi'ion to being fined £400, for ill-treatm<; children, in the Carroll Orphanage at Kildare.

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DIBBS AGAIN. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

I DIBBS AGAIN. ] London, July 25. The'Finajicial News states that the . Knighthood conferred on Mr Dibbs Is compensation for the faiinre of his mission to England.

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MR GLADSTONEWAIVERS. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

MR GL ADSTON E WAIF EES. London, July 25. It is now stated th«t after ali, Mr Gladstone is likely to change his re solve and accept the bonor of a peer age

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

A g®N3xbma», who lias just returned from Lolworth Stat on, informs us that the grass there is looking very d?y, Frosts have been frequent and severe there lately, ice appearing even in water joge and milk bowls, under cover, A. very fine draftof 700 bu!locke have toen^ent 1»the Alligator Creek Meat Workfyin charge* of Mr. Farqu harson, which ibj should reach about let August. The body of a man was found on Satur day morasng last about 16 miles from Hugfeerden, The boundary rider of Hughenden Staiaonfound a rackhoree roam ing about theoutskirts of the station, and on seeing for its owner he came across the dead bodylyingnnits face, with thegrasB tightly clutched in both hands. He lost no time In reporting the matter to Mr, Hammond, fjbe manager of Hughenilen Station. Sergeant McNanmra, accompanied by Mr. Hammond and a black tracker, and others, went out to exanrineandinterthe body. Oil eKatni&d tion a receipt for the purchase of «l horse by: W. Richardeon from Mr. E, H. Ayton...

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CHOLERA IN RUSSIA. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

CHOLERA EN RUSSIA. London, July 25. The cholera has reached Msbni SToogorod.

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Teiegraphic Intelligence. (BY TELEGRAPH.) GAIRNS, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

TeiegrapHic imelligeQCB. ♦ (BY TEXiB&RAPH-) CAIbKS July 19. The Municipal Cou cil to-day struck » rate of 2d in the pound. The capital value this year is £390,000, against £jS2,000 Last year A dispute has arisen bet ween, t lie Hospital Committee and the contractors for the tiiird section, the latter claiming the right to s-end in employees on subscribers' tickets. Cooktown, July 21. The Oddfe lows' annual ball took place last night, at the Town Hall, and it was a great success. The delegates to the district meeting had a grand reception. The Oddtellowo' ball in honor of the dfle gates last nigh' was a great success. 1 here were 50 couples present, and dancing was kept up with spirit until a late hour. Burketowk, JuL 19. Captain Mathieson was yes erday prosecu ted by the pjlice for c .rrying passengers on the steam tender, Amy, withontalicet ee. The Marine Board granted the a.U.SS. Co, a license 'o carry mails and c^rgo, but refused to grant one for passenge s and their refu...

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TROUBLES ON THE CONGO, LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

TROUBLES OST THE CONGO, LONDQN, JllIy 25. The Arabs of tbe Upper Congo have revolted, and communication; with the stations on Lake Tanganiy ka is com pletely cut off. PARLIAMENTARY DISCUSSION. London, July 25. . The Liberal Unionists are arraying foran early discussion on Mr Glad stone's motion of want of confidence, which it Is expected will be moved on August

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

;jSSS.J."v--r " - m SUCCESSORS TO JAMES LANG- & Co., Plate, Sheet, and Ornamental Window Glass White and Red Leads, Boiled and Ra w Oils Dry Colors. Coach Colors, and Colors in Oil (WHOLESALE AND RBTAiB). OF— Varnishes for House. Ship, and Coach Pai&tfers Paperhangings, Picture and Room Mouldings, and Every Description of Painters', Glaziers', and Decorators' Materials. WilSda & Newtoaifs ARTISTS' COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY A.YD CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO. JAMES LL & CO FLINDERS STREET, TOWNSVIL.LE. Wright, H eaton & Co., Limited, GENERAL CAEEIEEB. FORWARDING, SHIPPING, CUSTOM HOUSE & COMMISSION AGENTS. HEAD OFFICE : 24i I®itt S"fc3r^o"fc, Sydjaey. Carriers to the Government of New South Wales. Agencies and Correspondents throughout the World, igeats PERKINS Sc CO.'S CELEBRATED XXX BEEE. The Best in the Market, On Tap Everywhere. L Y A L L FROM EDINBURGH. WATCHlitAJKIER, & MAJSTUFAOTTJIili^G JEWELLER, MOSMAN STREET. CHARTERS TOWERS. AS...

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Mr. Simpson at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Mr. Simpson at Home. Mr. George Simpson (save the Townsrille Star of May 10th) wax -'at home" last even ng. and among the visiters to the spacious and elegatit Fami.y Hotel which Mr. Si < pson is now conducting was a Star man. " Let me show \ou over the house," said the genial Greorge; you newspaper fellows se - dom see the interior of a hotel, I know, and b sides, this place is so large yo<i might lose your way." And he led the way first of all upstairs. Here are located the bedrooms, all of them large and delightfully airy, 'they open, too, on a wide hale ny Irom which splendid views of the neighbourhood are obtainable There are spacious drawing: rooms and parlors, and t he k<-chens and other outbuilding are of a very complete character. Of course, the visitor inspected the bar, where, by the way, he expr ssed surprise at the generous p-opor ions of the " long sleevers" dispensed to the thirsty populace. The largest plas- of bper in Townsville, enr...

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Another of the Same. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Another of the Same. I pass over the next to dally occurrences of men elaj ing their mistresses, or rice rersa. But of the distraction of legitimate union the end is far from being as yet. A sad case in . point is that w here Madame Eejmond, aged. 24, caught her husband in flagrante delicto with madame Lassimoune, a lady of her own age, and in addition to shooting her, poig niarded her. A few hours later the mistress died. Both ladies were friends and playmates from infancy; both were beautiful, moved in good society and fairly rich, tteymond is a native of Buenos Ay res and commission mer chant it is said that he ran hypnotise indi viduals at his got d will and pit asure; if that magnetic j.ower extends it will play old Harry with all the virtues. assimoune is a lawyer; he was tempo arily separated from his w ife, preparatory to obtaining a divorce on account of incompatibility of temperament. He does not seem to take the tragic fate of his late wife very much to heart. Reordered a...

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

The Deacon Tragedy. ''"he Ango-American colony not quite pleased at the Nice jury not acquitting Mr. Deacon, lhe ex-Boston banner, who shot M. a be i lie a p;irt contractor in the making of the .* uez Canal, for committing adultery with his wife at • anneg. A) r. Deacon surprised the couple in flagrante delicto, and seizing his revolver, entered hie wife's bedroom and did overed Abeilie, undressed in the contigu ous boudoir, hiding behind a sofa. He lodged two balls in the body of the man who dishonored his wife, tarnished the reputation of his family, broke up his home, aad Left his young children mother] 8°. Mr. Deacon is to be blamed for not dealing earlier w ith Afceille's pron ling after his wife, but not for disposing of the villain in the way he ulti maiely did. i he Fri nch are down on Deacon, perhaps because he is a foreigner—a Yankee—and there are philanthropists who sympathise with the sinning wife. Dumas fits a moral blagueur, formerly laid down that it was the right of ...

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Mr.J.W. Chandier. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Mr X W'- CiaandLler Mr J. W. Chandler, the vice-president of the Croydon Jockey Club, is one of the best known business men on Croydon, and holds half-a-dozen positions of trust. He has been on. the field since, its very earliest days, stuck to it through evel and good repute, and still holds considerable interest in various mines.

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

OBXmsr LINE OF ROYAL MilL STEAMERS. The following Royal Mail Steamships be longing to (he OBOIST and PACIFIC Companies willleave Sydney at I pjiL on J&e aadermentioned daises for Plmoitih and London {Tilbury), via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal, calling «t Kapleeand Gibraltar:— Steamships Tons Beg. Command'r Leave Sydney Noon. Oboya ... &m A. Wi Clarke July IS Obkht ... 5365 E, &. Da»by Aug. 1 O&huk . ... 6031 W. E. White, Aug, 15 BJi JR. Obatava ... 5552 W. Waddilove, Aug, 29 And fortnightly thereafter. Passage Money —5 eloon, £58/^660, and £70. Second, £35 and £37. Third, £19 to £23. Excttksioh SeruBN Tickets at Heditced Bates. Sa£ooh Passekgebs allowed to break their Jotuaffiy. -Facilities are afforded for bringing out friends *nd relatives by the pre-payment of paaasge money. London Managers; ?. Abrkw & Co,, and AfDj^Oir, Asbsbsok & Co., Fenchurch ai&aae;* Sydney—L. Brnxs, 43 Pitt-street. * T- wnsv...

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Mr.H.F.Moorgan, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

3MCr H 3B". 3&£orga>xx, J.I" i Vr Morgan i- one of the busiest public men on Croydon. and lias great fsiith in the future of the Gulf goldfield. He first printed the O-oldeti Age newspaper there a few days after the Croydon Miner was published, but as the latter is now defunct the Age is the senior journal. Mr. Morga«, however, has a greater fancy for mining speculation than journalism, and has leased the paper to Mr H. E. Cobden. He i- in almost every fhow on Croydon, and has put in more hard, cash in the field probably than anyone in the place. This is a virtue which goldfielders never overlook, and Mr ^ organ was conse quently elected at the head of the poll at the first municipal eltct on and subsequently unanimously chosen as mayor. He is presi dent of the Chamber of Commerce and of the Jockey Club, and is one of the ablest public men in the north Mr Morgan unsuccess fully contested the Burke at the last general election, and if hie varied interests will per mit him ...

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The Claims of a Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

XbedainKSoraPloneer. An American named W«bster (says the Age's New Zealand oorrespondentjhas made an enormous claim upon New Zealand through the United States Government, and communications on the subjec* have been opened mtfa the Imperial Government. Webster's story is, th*t when a young manhe came ta Nev. Zealand with GGGOJol inve-ted ingoods to tradi with the M&ories. He purchased from them the ri .ht to set upa tracing station at CororLandel, and was the first white man to settle there. He learned to speak the Maori language, an i largely increased his capital by trading in pork,timber, and other productions. He fraught land at or near the eight on which the city of Auckland stands, and was the first white man to Bett'e in that locality. As heproepered he increased his land purchases, established a ship b ilding yard, and he claims to be the pioneer of civilisation in that part of the colony. Hie asserts that when the B it sh Government took possession of Hew Zealand his...

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

m E-« CO W 03 w < W J < CO CD CO < CO A z < E« D O E* CO CO 00 CO m z, 1-4 D o a z < cc AG o o a D CO Mi <0 m o Q <$ w g 2 h* X m CO o Cd I WEST END BEER ALWAYS LEADS, NEVER EQUALLED. SAMUEL ALLEN & SONS, Ltd. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: " ALLEN," TOWNSVILLE. BANKERS. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Head Office, Townsville; and at Charters Towei & and Ravenswood. London Office, 90 Cannon Street, E.C. MERCHANTS, CARRIERS, AND AGENTS. Hold Large Stocks of Wines, Spirits, Beers, and General Merchandise. Have Shipments constantly arriving of all lines of Colonial Produce Indent in all descriptions of Merchandise through their London, Continental and Eastern Agents Advance against all Colonial Produce, Ores, &c„ for realization in the Colonies, London, Germany or elsewhere. Transact all Einancial and Agency Business in all Branches. j Agents in every Town of Importance in Australia & in Principal Eu...

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