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

Aw J. SIMPSON, FTJjniiY § bowser, Queen Street, Queenton, Near St. Patrick. Meat delivered to all parte. Orders punctually attended to, PRIME BEEF, 2D.; MUTTON, 3D. AND 4D. CR0W1T RO €A|| BE STOREKEEPERS IN ALL Ws EACH

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

Q~ OS Og o f<b » S H I fi Ow I « 8? <n > X2 £ > Cfi o c_X ft. OUR RECENT IMPROVEMENTS ENABLE US TO SHOW THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. The Markets of the World are continually being searched to provide Novelties for the CJ?ItED0]^I^]^ -f JIQHjSE. Patterns and Prices We buy for Cash, and sell at the Lowest Margin of Profit. Letter Orders faithfully executed. Tlie Inland Parcels Post reduces the cost of transit to a low rate, therefore do your shopping by letter from T H E C A L E DO N I HO US ^3 s* V , ata* U O ri.3 0? a CS o 'w ® G fa' 8 .fl **-« ■ .«H ' <"-{ <^k £ -

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Presentation to the Rev. Father Comerford. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Presentation to tiie Rev. 1 • fattier Comerford. : The conventse ool wasthescene off jjon- i day of a veiy pleasing thel jsjfcernooiL the whole of ihe ^children, boys■] and girlr.assembled rathe large schoolroom, and patui%A«|iteil^e arrivaiof the Ber ] JTather. Gomerford, tor whom a" messenger |^d been despatched. Immftrtiatfly iipnn fii«j ^entrancethe children rossani e*ng, with ; ; i«iag ,fc.|i ny Happy Setnrsss of the iDay/9 after which pne of the I ^girl pupils, Norali Kennedy, stepped forwaed and readan address, which ixpLunedto the j -recipient, and the few visitors present., the reason of the gathering. Thiswasto wish JTatherComerrord many happy ieturns of hisreligiousbirthday-—the feastrday of his patron saint, St. James. The little o:e, on behalf of her 500 schoolmates, acknowledged insimple, yet expressive language, the great | and unbounded interest shown % their pastor in the welfare, spiritual and temporal, j - ?of his children, end alluded in glowing terms ■ to lhe jr...

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

TOTHOSE ABOUT TOMARRY, AND OTHERS, GO OE SEND TO H: J. ABBOTT'S . GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, tv. £ Flinders Street (opposite Newmarket Hotel), Townsville, and obtain the best value for money in FURNITURE, BEDDING, AND HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! Estimates given for a Single Article or for Completely Furnishing Cottage, Villa, or Mansion. COUNTRY ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION. MORAN'S QUEEN'S HOTEL, GILL-STREET. ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OP WINES AND SPIRITS KEPT. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. BEST L008F- BOXES ON 'THR TOWKRS BENJAMIN TOLL, r thanking the Public for paet favors wishes to inform them that the Jtrai (Jsiseey *ffohs Are now iu Full Swing. TnBra?&Msnfen [w ARCHITECTS' OWN DESIGNS AX Southern Prices. Joinery of all Descriptions. Bashes. Doors, 8hopfittings, Mouldings, Fretwork, Scrolls, Curvili near Work. wwer$ wmm For Famishing in Eveiy line not to foe surpassed. If you want a Good Bed try B. Toll's. UPHOLSTERY. Carpets made and laid prope...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL FOOTBALL MATCH, SYDNEY, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

The Intercolonial Football Match, Sydney, July 24. i The match, between teams representing Queensland and New South Wales was played on the Association ground, on Satur day, in the presence of a large number of spectator*, numbering between 15,000 and 20,000. The weather was beautiful, but a strong wind was blowing across the ground. Queensland won the tosB, and played with the wind in their favor. Play was very even for some time, when Queensland worked the ball into New iSouth Wales 25 and got a free kick for off-side play, in the kick at goal the bill struck the cross bar, »nd bouncing back, £ew South Waled worked it to centre of the field, afer which it was kept continually going up and down the field. Several free kicks were allowed to both sides, but no score resulted. A'ter a half hour's play, from some good passing, O'Shea got the ball, and, making a grand run, scored first try for Queensland amidst great cheering. No goal resulted, and, after some more give and i take p'ay ...

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ATHLETICS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBAINE, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

ATHLETICS. (br teijsaraph.) j Brisbane. July 24. The championship meeting of the Brisbane Safety Bicycle Club meeting woe held on Saturday, the weather being delightful and the various races proved exciting. ®ie principal event, for the championship of Queensland, was Won byJ. A, £mith, £, M. isles, the former champion, and J, AdamB Tanning a dead heal: for second place. There were competitors from Sydney, Warwick, ' oowoomba end Charters Towers, but none successful, (by cable.) London, July 24. Caff, the New Zealander, won the quarter mile hurdle race at Chelmsford, and ran third in the 120yds handicap.

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CRICKET. MARRIED MEN VERSUS BACHELORS [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

CRICKEr. MARRIED MEN VERSUS BACHELOR? A correspondent at SellheLm sends the following :—i match was played here on the 17th inst by two made up teams. The Mar ried Laving the best team they batted three men short. In the first innings the score was 8 wickets for 66 ruaSj-and it then looked like an easy win for the married side. Thfe Bachelors nex^ went to the wickets, and when the last man succumbed the result was a tie.' The married men again went to the wickets and made 69 runs and the Bachelors fol lowed, knocking the ball over the field, win ning by 8 wickets and 2 runs. As a cricketer I should like to see some of the crack teams of i barters Towers accept the challenge of tfce small Sellheim team, as it seems as if they are frightened of the Sellheim boys. The following are the scores :— ; MAREIED. 1st Innings 2nd Innings ff. Hedgers b Cockfield 21 b Iilojd — 5 J. Willie b G. Bolfe 15 b Bolfe ... 9 C. Griffith b Lloyd... 4 run oat ... 5 W. Bolfe, absent ... 0 b Cockfield... 6 J...

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

THE BIFLE. (Br Morris-tube.) Hard practice has been the word all last week, and on the three days appointed, Mon day, Thnreday said Saturday, some good scares were pat tip, as the following mil show:— 300 600 600 TL H. 8. Elliott ... 29 31 27 ■ —p 87 A. Morrison 27 28 31 — 86 G-. Riley 29 31 25 — 85 S. Grolding 29 30 25 — 84 A. J. Foster 29 28 27 — S3 P. Croail 28 24 28 —r 80 A. Millican 27 26 . 27 ? 80 A. Steele 25 29 26 ? 80 W. Whiteway ... 29 29 22 ' 80 W. Harris 26 27 25 ? 78 A. DeCastres ... 31 28 18 ? 77 -J. Walker 24 30 22 ' 76 J. McGri ath 27 21 25 ? 73 W. Hurst 26 29 19 ? 70 The prospect of sending a team to Brisbane does not eeem to hare been token up with the same heartiness and " vim" that it was last year, The dulness of the times may partly account for this, but I think that when oar leading citizens come to consider that the honor of the town and district is in a manner pledged to retain the bataliion shield won by our boys last year, and vindicate the prowess of the ...

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BY CABEK.. LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

BY CABtE. IiONDOK, SvlyZi. . Major Pollock, of tlie 3rd Ar^yte Suther r_- iand Highlanders, won the Queen's Prize, "vkh 277 points. Fie also won the silver medal in the second stage.

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Northern Supreme Court. MONDAY, JULY 25, (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) IN INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

Supreme Court. Mourn ASyJuLT 25, ; (Before His Honorl^.Jusfcice Chubb.) W INSOLVENCY. la the matter of Hannah Wilis, licenced *iclualier, Townsville. Application for certi ficate of dischare. Mr Forrest appeared foJ the UBglrad, Mr J, L. BloodrSrrytfa pointed Oufcihat in Ms opinion the proofs made bj (be creditors were irregular, jandth:t the resola $km ofcreditors had not been properly carried ouklliB Jlonor wiled thatthe resolution had been irregularly arrived a% Said that the whole tiling would htT? to be gone over again. . Mr Forrest thereupon withdrew hie appli cation. • . *,' •

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

OTClHAimfeBS; Keginav Hall. Adjouncied application for : change ofvenue. Mr tea appeared for B,. K, Hall, and Mr Macnaughton for the Grown Order—Upon bailbeing given by the accused to appearfor trial in the some amount and manner as at present,trial to be held at the next Cooktown District Court; extend recog nuaaces ofwitnesses accordingly. Ackers &rid Co. v. Sullivan. - Summons forleave to administer interrogratiou after the clpse of tiie pleaaings. Mr Macnaughton - . for plaintiff, Mr Jameson for defendant Order as persummons; cost in the came. Braadley v., Beadford,—Summons to set aside writ. Mr Beamont appeared for defen dant, and Mr lHacnaughton for plaintiff. Summons dismissed with costs. In re Q. 1. Wilson, insolvent. Mr O'Malley appeared for the official fcrastee. Application for an order t> examine Joseph: Canny, acting manager of the Bank of North : Queensland, Cooktown, and for production of copy of the hank account of Georgina Wilson, wife of the insolvent, w...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AwiurDE, July 19. The case of lire O'tSrien, charged with poisouing, ia Victoria, is creating great in ere&t at Hamley Bridge O'Unen and bis wi.e removed from lialiclava to Bar xaba early in 1888. it is supposed tliac O'B.ien removed because of hL wife's in timacy with a man named Cornwall. After co juing to Barraba,, O'Brien was ill, and almost iuimedately lie dis appeared, ana he Iras not since been tee.i. She left with Cornwall, and her five chiidre i were taken clia>ge of by the police, an i were orderej to tile ndus tr«al School by the Court, where they are now. v. ben Mrs. O'line^ was leaving here she had taken a situation at a hotel in Adelaide. Mrs. O'Brien left Baraba, whi-h is 55 iniieg north of Adelaide, by the postal route, aboui the 17th March, 1888. J. Gr. Marcti, her uncle, reported the children to the police as ne CecteJ, being allowed to wander aoout at that place. On the 22nd of March A:"r0 ; /'Brien returned t» Barraba. On the 11th of A...

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NEW SOLTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

NEW SOLTH WALES. Stdnei, July 19. At the Central Court to-day, William Griffiths hw committed fur trail oa a charge of attempting to shout Jus. Hooper. JLlie case arose out of a disturbance* by 6t>ine larrikins at the r lite Anting ri^k, and daring the hearing, Hooper informed the Bench thai he had received a letter, purport ing to come from the gang to which (Griffiths beiouged. The letter read thus—" L have much pleasure in informing j ou that if you press the charge agauist Ghduha f-r attemp ting to shoot you, the ne^t shot that id fired will not miss you. We are determine >, if you press this charge agaLust him, to riddle you; but if you do i.ot press the charge, we will keep order at.the rinfc. aud titick to you." The WaLL-end miners have confirmed the action of the delegate to the Board in sending £1000 to the miners on strike at Broken HTill The last donation made oy the Broken Hill men to the miners of the .Newcastle district was £300 subscribed in 1890. &XDNE5...

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Writ and Bumor. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

(LSlit atib ibittor. 'flie tod y is the stirring event of the toper's existence. I he girl who will not c ew gum has some guui shun abor. her Chappie —4 Wi ere's your ehaprone ?' Pene lope—• Orer there by the window—where's yours ?' ' Do you wi^h proofs of my love ?' * No.' she answered. * My nega*ive makes them unnecessary' 4 I wonder how Hawkins got his invitation to the Van Steenburgs reception?' l*'obbed the mails, I guess 5 If some people had the faith t» move mountains they would soon make all their neighbors' land very hilly No wonder the amateur photographer is intoxica'ed with his art. He is always ' ta ing something.' ' Everything comes to hiui who waits,' said the grocer as he dumped a shovelful of sand, in the sugar-bin. Probably not —Thompson- 4 I in<en<led to change my hotel.' Johnson (in a whisper)— * Does the landlord know it ?' ' My lord,' said the foreman of an Irish jury when giving in his v rdict, ' we find the man who stole the mare not gui...

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A Famous Ships's Old Age. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

A. Famous Ships'^ Old Age. It is not generally know that the Chesa peake, famous f r her historic encounter with tlte British ship, the ~ hannon, in 1813, is in existence to day, as sound and staunch as the day she was launched, but is used in the inglorious capacity of a flour mill, and ib making money tor a hearty Hampshire miller in the little parish of Wickham. After her capture by Sir Philip B. V. Broke, she was taken to Knglaud in 1814, and in 1820 her timbers were sold to John Prior, miller, o£ Wickham, Hants Mr Prior pulled down his old mill at Wickham and erected a new one from the Chesapeake timbers, which he found admirably adapted for the pu- pose. 1 he decs beams were thirtv-two feet long and eighteen inches t-quare. and were placed unaltered horizontally in the mill. 1 he purlins of the deck were about twelve feet long, and served wrhout alteration for joi Is . Many of these timbers yet have the marks of th^- Shannon'e p rapes iOt. and . in some places the shot are sti...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT TOWNSVILLE, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

LATE TELEGRAMS. ♦ (Br TELEGRAPH.) FROM OUR COUttESPO\T DKNT Towksville, -fuiv 22 Wuuatn Uuocan, J ate Municipal Ac ou ti tan , was charged at the Police Court to-ti.-iy witii the einbezzleme. t of the sum of £8118 - 5d, the property of the Townsville Penny Sav.ugs Bank, of which he had been secre tary fie was committed for trial at the District Court, but was a lowed bail. The la or ve se , Einprcnz*, sails to morrow. The Hon Mr Venn, Commits oner for Ha 1 waysin Western Australia, wis a j-as^nger from Port Darwin per Taiwan He paid a short visit to Townsville, inspecting the r iI way workshops. Tovtkbfilie, July 24 Mr Joseph Palmer, the lior e-traitie , died at the hospital this morning, after a long illness. Ckofdon, July 22. ^ he Mayor has received an inteiestin*i letter from Mr Hodgkin^o -, which almost amounts to h man festo to the electors of the Burke Electorate. After explaining his reason f r action, the writer• numerate- what has been done for the electorate, including the...

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

JAMES HALL, Stock anii IfljairbrofcEr. Member of the Charters Towers Stock Exchange. Bow St&eet, Charters Towers. CAFE ROYAL, QCJEEtf STJiEET, BB,ISBA_£nS. MR. A. THOESBOBNE (late ofBeen Ieighl, has taken, over the above well known Hotel Famous for Aeraed Waters. First-class Accommodation, and a Tip top Table. Best Brands of Liquors. Cleanliness and Civility can be relied upon. The Queensland National Bank Limited. Incorporated nuclei* the <» npa . ios Act, I So 3 Biitikcr$i lis?4 (*;tveruuicnt of* €& uvti ^tuil. Auth -yi-sitl Oipit il £2,<V»0.0«'K1 i-ubscrib>"d Capital £1 ,r»00,<iU 1 Paid-up Capital. mmm jsio, <iu Bes'cr».: Fund iMiS-VJO DlHECTOUS; Hon. F. II. HAKT. At. I.. 0., Chairman. Hon. «OVl» ». All »KI- HEAD, M . A. Hon siitt (1 IMLMEtf. K.C.M.U'., MLjO A. B. «v . U-l iiH, i.Sil. A Vin Iiiks. FitANCIS Q. S.OUTEIIEKliEN, Ksq, Wh. Robertson Isiku.Vo- =-4, 0. A. SpLJcir<i«s : Messrs: JJ a ;:t i Fj.uiver, ...

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

M » Those who have not used Bosehee's Ger Tina.Ti Syrup for some severe and ehroiiac trouble, of the Throat and Lungs can hardly appreciate what a truly wonderful medicine it is. The delicious sensa tions of healing, easing, clearing, A Throat smdLuns Specialty. /•y. •A-'--. ■' ■. unknown joys. For German Syrup ■we'do* not ask easy causes. Sugar and water may sooth a throat or stop a , tickling—f ^r a while, This isas far -- as the ordinrry cough medicine goes. Bosehee's German Syrup is a, dis-' Throat and Lung " ~ . Where for years there pain, cough voice wegkness, slipping down hill, dobtorsand medicine and -swallowed and •, where that

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

WESTERN AUriTLiALlA. PfiBTH, July lt>. fcxtreme,v rough weather lias prevailed along the coast during the past week. Gap tain Oarke, of tiie it.lLd Orizaba, says that the passage of the steamer from Adelaide was the roughest he ever experienced on the Australian coast. Kverytbrng bad to be made mid the ship was knocked about in a fearful manner. No damage, however, was do-.e. The popular Taylor-i/arrington Company concluded tueir season on Thursday at the School of Arts, and " The Colleen jBavm" was played to a very good house. The final pdrLrmttuce of the company was well up to the nigti standard of excellence shown by them turoughout, and was much appreciated by cue audience. Mr iayior stated that it is his intenuon to return here again in aoout a uurath or six weeks'time. 1'oekb was a capital attendance at the opening performance of Uaveu's Jfolly Cjm j.aiiy at the {Skating Kink on liiursday, aud judging from the rounds of appatuse that greeted many o. the Jems, the audience w...

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NAVAL MANCEUVR'S. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892

JSTAVAIi MWS^S. | London, July 25. The Autumn manoeuvres Navy have commenced.

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