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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

ATHLETICS. Since the receipt of the telegram published "by us concerning Malone, the winner of the last handicap here, run under the auspices of the Charters Towers Athletic Club, further correspondence has now been re ceived. This only confirms what was con veyed by telegram, and there is no sliadow -of doubt that the winner was en'itled to the prize, which he has now received.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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SYDNEY TURF CLUB. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, May 11 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

} 6YDXEY TURF CLUB. (Br ELECIBTC TBLEG-EAPH ) ObOM OIJB OWN COiaSSPOHnBNlS \ SirDarEr, May 11 The following weights were declared tliis morning for the Sydney Turf Club Queen's Birthday Meeting: BOTAL STAKES. Bungebah ... Marvel Paris'... Victor Hugo... King Olaf ... Tridentiue ... Whimbrel ... Ernest Wilga Splendour ... Centaur Qive ... BeCort E.K. .. Daiua«k Oddfellow ... CV>FI0Cfi|p ... JLmina ... Hugo st. lb lO- 7 10 5 9 3 9 3 9 0 9 0 8 31 8 9 8 7 8 5 8 0 8 0 8 O 7 11 7 11 7 11 7 9 7 9 7 9 -Helcnc Kn't Templar Dick... Silence Voluey " Mario Chorister Acushlft Conceit 7 7 7 7 5 5 § 5 3 3 7 3 7 Halo... The Baker ... VThitefoot ... Lady Lore! ... Theodore - Pride Denuiiui Velasquez ... Sunshine Enterprise ... Cardoness ... Telephone Sophietta The Market*... Playmate Plover Mtseie LMe .Lady... Young Mabel Brown Jacket) Kilhnore Bella... ... Escort .. ... Thekua ilddes .j, Blythwood ... Repeater Jfavarche Miles 3 Mark Ts*j>ley st lb 7 © 7 0 7 0 7 0 6 11 6 11 6 11 6 II 6 9 6 9. ...

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SYDNEY TURF CLCB. SYDNEY, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

SYDNEY TURF CLCB. SrDXEY, May 14. The following acceptances were made this afternoon for the Svduej Tui'f Club Queen s Birthday Meeting: B17AL STAKES. st lb Bfc Marvel ... 10 5 Gaytime ... 7 3 Victor Hugo 9 3 The Raker ... 7 © Tridentine ... 9 1) Whitefoot ... 7 0 W himbrel ... 8 1L Theodore ... 6 11 Ernest ... 8 9 Pride - ... 6 11 Wilga ... 8 7 Deiiman ... 6 11 Splendour ... 8 5 Tlie Markee ... 6 7 Retort ... 8 0 Playmate ... 6 7 Damask ... 7 11 PloVer ... 6 7 Corvette ... 7 9 Missie ... 6 & Aurina ... 7 9 Little Lady ... 6 5> Hugo ... 7 9 Young Mabel 6 5 Heletie ... 7 7 Brown Jacket 6 3 Kn'fc Templar 7 7 Kilimore ... 6 3 Dick ... 7 7 Bella ... 6 3 Silence ... 7 5 Esc rt ... 6 3 Zephyr 7 5 Thelnia ... 6 0' Vohiey ... 7 BlytLwood ... 6 0 Man^o ... 7 o Reptrater ... 6 O Chorister ... 7 3 Miles Standish 6 0 JLcushla ... 7 3 BIRTITDAV err. Marvel ... 9 9 Magnus ... 6 II Bnngebali ... 9 7 Diet ... ... 6 11 Highborn ... 9 5 Moscow ... 6 11 Sir William... 8 II Heleno ... 6 "7 i...

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Cereal Fire at Normanton. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] NORMANTON, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Cereal Fire ai \oi*isia»ion. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGE APR.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] X<»RM AXTON, MAY 14. A. most disastrous lire occurred ai x.*»u a.m., when the following business premises were burnt to the ground :-B. J. Magec, storekeeper ; J. Simons acd Co., hairdressers and tobacconists: R. M. El well, Bant of Ifortli Queensland; R. IT. Bates and Co., watchmakers, and the Australian Mutual Provident Society. Owing to the gallant efforts of the townspeople, the premises of the A.J.S. Bank were saved, but considerable damage was done to the fencing and the verandah.

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AQUATICS. SYDNEY, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

AQU VTICS. SrirsEY, May 11. I The sculling match, between irtephenson .-and. Sullivan was rowed, to-day on the Parramatta river, and was won bj Sullivan by three lengths. Another match for the sculling champion ship of the World has been arranged be -tween McLean and Stansbury, the race to be rowed on the 7th July. The stake is fixed at £200 a-sule. BOXING. The articles for the Lees -Groddard fight, to "take place here on the 23rd instant, were received on the 13fch by Mr W. D. Walker, signed and completed by Goddard, and they were afterwards eigned by Lees. All neces sary preparations for the fight ace being made. Goddard is expected here next week. "Tickets for admission to the fight can be liad atthe pirating xink, at any hour up to 10 -o'clock nightly. TENNIS. SYDKfvXT, May 11. The 12th Intercolonial Tennis match between New South Wales and Victoria was finished to-day on the Association ground. The Victorian team won by 09 sets to 24. THE RIFLE. The usual weekly practice of the...

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Scientific Notes. ON SOME OF THE CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF GOLDXT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

[Br A. W. Clareg, F.G-.S.] OS SOME OF THE CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF GOLD XT. Before going into the question of amalgamating gold surfaces, let us consider the methods used for the recognition of gold in the state of solution in water. Clearly this is as important a subjeet as the action of quicksilver on gold. Chlor ioatiou works have gold in eolation in water-tlie waste of which may simply shift the company running the works from the dividend to the call-paying list. Also it is to be borne in mind that waste solutions are lost for ever, they cannot be stacked for future ex amination, as is so often done with , tails and sWges Some ready and certain method for testing solutions of gold is required, and the sins qua nou must be simplicity as well as vapidity and delicacy. There are two methods. They are: -the copperas solution and the chloride solution. (1.) The copperas solution may be made by dissolving a few crystals of sulphate of iron in a wine glass of water, or by dissolving a cl...

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Thomas Scores One. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Thomas Scores One. It is told of a certain Congressman who is noted for bis wit and repartee, that when a lad at the boarding school be passed through the dining room and discovered a lucious bunch of grapes on the table. Thinking him self unobserved, he held up die fruit and said aloud-* I proclaim the banns between this bunch of grapes and niy month. Any one knowing of any reason why this anion should not take place must speak at once, .or for ever after hold bis peace/ Kb objec tion being offered, the 'onion' took place, and the boy went on bis way. When he returned to the schoolroom the master called him to bis desk. Raising a rod aloft the teacher solemnly said-'I proclain the banns between Ibis rod and Thomas J.'$ bjapfc.,. Any one knowing why this anion should not take place must speak at once, or for ©Fer after hold Ms peace.' 'I forbid the banns/ said Thomas, quickly. * For what reason ?' demanded the irate schoolmaster. * Parties fail f» 9goee,?.. was the quick retort. *1 ...

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The Strike in Brisbane. BRISBANE, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

The Strike lit Brisbane. Bbxsbaxf, May 8. Information lias been received at Cliarle ville that Bedowa, Bowen, and Black Bum, three out stations on the DiLlalali run, were burnt down last night by a mob of 100 unionists. Three constables and 20 mounted infantry have gone in pursuit. BBISBA.- E, May 9. Information comes from Muttaburra re -garding an attempt to burn down Darr > iver Downs wooLslied, Kerosene bad been spread -over the shearing; floor, but as the shed had -been shortly before submerged by floods the kerosene would not soak into the wood, and1 when ignited the outside only charred and thpn went out. It is reported that the: mounted infantry in 'the district are being. withdrawn, and much dissatisfaction is ex pressed at the likelihood of the only protec tion of the law abiding part of the population 3>eiug taken from them. Brisbane, May 12. The Mayor this morning interviewed the "Chief Secretary, aud presented a memorial from the citizens of Brisbane, Townsville, M...

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The Labor Dispute. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Affairs at Adavale. ADAVALE, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

(BY JSIIECTKIC TBTEGFIAPO.) ^FROIE OXJE SPECTAJJ CGBBESPONDEKT.} Afikir§ at Adavale. AIJATAME, May 8. Tbfjjggn at Boondoon, 20 miles from here, lun»^r|4saiBfid work, tmd are being sworn in as^jKjeialE. The Mounted Infantry are assisting to protect property here. Arrange anfents have been made to resume work on j -other stations wheA. the roads dry up, lamb I marking and repairing the fences thrown j down by the flood. : A messenger from Entally states that the woolehed there was surrounded for two nights by men. The place is now pro jected by Mounted Infantry and police. The { filled is in course of erection by the contrac tor, Duncan, the prosecutor in the recent intimidation eases Some of the pastoralists are arranging for -a corps of special constables as at Tainbo. Kews from Bierbank states that a waggon and harness, the property of Ridley Williams, ? was burned on the Cbarleville Road. ; The prisoners Leave here to-morrow un '?^ter escort. Mr Macfarlane also leaves on liis retu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

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A Chirstian Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

A Clirtetlan LefSep. THE following extraordinary epistle was found on the 17ili April on a shelf in the barrack-room at Barcaldine, where letters Jtrom the Post OflLec were placed, It was addressed to a member of the Strike Com mittee at Barcaldine (under arrest at the time), tlie address on the envelope being written in pencil. The letter was handed O'er to Mi-. RankingSydney, 2nd March, J891. Dear Bill,-I j eceived your letter of the 20th ultimo, and have carefully noted its contents. I am pleased to leam (hat a practical plan lias boon formti J J ted, and when you mention the names of such names as <;corge Taylor, Xom iiyan, Pothergiil, C. eil?, Eany, Moore, Jackson, Black well, and A If. Broivii, it is a guarantee that it nj I be rand noted with vigor and carried to the bitter end. If a few men get hanged or shot, or put in gaol, it will u >6 affect us seriously. if we can only secure the Government and make the squatters bite the dust. I would advise you to be car...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

559! I I KLUGE Bros,, SADDLERS Axn HARNESS MAKERS. Three Highest Awards 1887. Six Highest Awards 1SS9. -o OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, Charters Towers. 0 y Y A T T Y A T T & & f* ATES, A T K S, WEKCflllTS, CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS & IRONMONGERS, CHARTERS Totrims. A Large Stock of All Kinds of Timber, and Iron always on lumd. DQOBSr SASHES, FRENCH LIGHTS, &c\, iiOCKS, BOLTS, HINGES, . ' AXD BUILDING MATERIALS Of Every Description, and at REASONABLE PRICES. Estimates given of Every Description of work. l.\ DEKT1H E RS. Their Xetr KEARSK lias been lately supplied with Handsome Block «»id White Plumes at great expense. FUNERALS Will be supplied in any style at tlic Shortest Notice, a<jd the Most Moderate Charges. MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES Supplied and Erected. ADDRESS NEXT TO THE CALEDONIAN HOUSE, GILL STREET. N.B.-Funeral Orders, when the Shop is closed, to be left at Mr. T. WTATT'S Private Residence, opposite the School of Arts. * Cool, Bea...

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Fire! [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

fflrc S AT about a quarter to eleven on Saturday an alarm of fire was given by a woman named Mrs. Beekfer, living iti Hargreaves Laae, nest to the Boral Hotel. Detective McQ.uaker, who was in Ms ofllce, close by the house, lieard the woman's screams and at once ran over, and found the window curtains in the bedroom, Hie cover on a dressing table and (lie pillows all on fire. He got them all into a heap and smothered the flames with a blanket. Mr. L. B. Beck, who was' at the Royal Hotel, also rendered valuable assistance, and although Hie Fire Brigade arrived within, two minutes of the bell ringing, their services were not required except to extinguish the fire which' was smouldering on the floor. Mrs. Becker states that she was in die bedroom, and her child, a little girl about four years of age, who was lying on the bed, kicked over the table, on which there was a kerosene lamp and set fire to the window cur tains and table cover, and Mire. Becker, in the hurry of pulling the child...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

DE. E M I X U E L, SURGEON DENTIST, TwEyrr-six YEARS' EXPERIENCE, IECIDE, UOSMiN-ST. MITFF, TraioB, W. G. SMITH'J 1RCHITECT EB. H. A YTOJF, Anettoueer, Some ami Cattle Salesman, STOCK, STATION, and deuteral Coinniissiou Agent. S| CTILL-ST., CHARTERS TOWERS. All kinds of Auction Sales undertaken^ and Account Sales promptly rendered. Agent for Lion Fire Insurance Co. Atlas Fire Insurance Co^ Samuel Purclia^c. Somerset ISur sei'j, Parramatteu TP T> . .:-0« JD E A R U P, Sharebrokep & lliiiing Agent, CHARTERS TOWERS. -M IS4S L A I X Gr, ^ Jflilliper. Uresis & MaJMt SBafeer StXT XIDICAI Cftg Dental Institute. (ESTABLISHED 1885.) 9fr. J. WILKIISOX, C.».S. Eng., SURGICAL DENTIST. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, Gill Street. CHARTERS TOWERS. - TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. Ms, WILKINSON" can be Consulted | Dailv. Complete Sets of Teeth on Gold supplied from £15 15s.; on Vide anile from £8 8s. Teeth filled with. Gold Amal gam and Cement- Stopping®. feeth larefull y Extraeled for X.B...

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THE NORTHERN Mining Register, PUBLISHED WEEKLT. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1891. McCarley or Parnell. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

THE XORTHERX .. ? CM PUBLISHED WEEKLT. SATURDAY. MAY 16, imi. ^feCartltj or S*amoll. THE two parties in Ireland, that headed by Mr. JUSTIN MCCARTHY and the other one, which still acknow ledges the leadership of Mr CHARLES STEWART PAHSELL, appear to be again likely to bring themselves very much in evidence before the public before long. It appears from a cablegram published ifi another column that Mr. MCCARTHY* has invited the holding of a number of conventions throughout the counties of Ireland, with a view to raising funds in aid of evicted tenants, and also with the object of selecting candidates for seats n» the ITou-e of Commons, the present holders of which are followers of the late " un crowned king." The former object, meritorious as it is, is evidently only the secondary desire of Mr MCCARTHY, whose aim undoubtedly is by exchang ing MCCARTH YITE ; for PARXELLLTES to secure for himself the 1-ad of the f ntire Irish Party, and to place himself in such a position of strength as...

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Shipping News. [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

[BT POST A5TD ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. AEKITAXS May 9.- Burdekin, s., Captain Ivcir, front Port Douglas via ports. Passengers-Mes Tiimn^, Winniett. and 16 in the steerage. May 10.-Buninyong, s.. '. aprain Richard son. from South. Passengers-Mesdamcs Christen sen, Thompson. Fetrulge (two), Coutter, Perry; blisses Busehell, Sedbom; Messrs Bowker, Weepes. MeKiernan, Parsons, Price, Laiwlon, Ball, Duusford Johnson, Rautholm, Dreidle, Paxton and 19 members of the Salvation Army, and 29 steerage. Howard fcmith and Sons, Ltd., ascents. May 9.-Palmer, s.. Captain A. J. Clarke, from Cairns via ports. Passengers-Meg dames Sharp, Instance and three children ; Messrs. Smith, Corner, Moore, Conn, II steerage, and 21 kanakas. Burns, Pkilp aud Co., Ltd., agents. May 1G.-Arauiac, s.. Captain J. E. Mea burn, from Cooktowu ria ports. Passengers -Mrs. Green and child; Jiisses Siddeley (2), Blyth; Judge Ifoel, Dr. Morgan; Messrs. Daly, Allen, Baker, Cornoek, Poake, King, Allen, Orme, Petti grew, Beams, Post...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

DEPAKTCB.ES. May lu.-Buninyong, s., Captain Richard son, for Cooktown, via ports, carrying mails for Thursday Island and Oulf ports. Pas sengers-Mrs. Bedford; Messrs. Jackson, Brewer, and 12 in the steerage. Howard Smith and Sons, Ltd., agents. May 11 -Burdekin, s, Captain Kcir, for Port Couglas via ports. Passengers-Major Ralston and six in the steerage. May 11.-Aramuc, s, Captain. J. E. Wea bum, for Southern ports. Passengers-Mies dames Aiming, Trehearn, Wilson and family; Misses Campbell, Barles, Aiming, Bell, Bligh, Siddeley, J. Siddeley, Baigli; Mr Justice Chubb. Judge Noel; Messrs Mac naughton, Leu, Selwyu Smith, Darvall, Cunningliam, Jameson, Trehearn, Thomson, Macarthur, Atherton, Dougherty, Ciiamber lain, Siddeley, Seville, McCnllo?h, Burns, Gray, Maihewsou, Daly, England, Smith, Petti grew, Powers, Chad wick, Shcedon, Byr e, Walker, and 37 steerage. Burns, Philp and Co, Ltd, agents. May 11.-Buninyong, s, Captain Richard sou, for Cooktown via ports. Passengers Mrs Solan, an...

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EXPECTED ARRIVLAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

EXPECTED AuurvAis. From Sydnej^, Brisbane and intermediate ports Birksgate, to-day, Saturday, 16tli May. Woiouga, Tuesday, 19th May. Leura, Saturday 23rd May. From Cairns, Gheraldton, Mourilyan, Card well, and Dangeness Palmer, to-day, Saturday, 16th. May and tliencc weekly. From Port- Douglas Cairns, Greraldton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dunge ness Burdekin, to-day, Saturday, L6fch May and thence weekly. From Cooktown and intermediate ports Aianrntta, Sunday, I7fch May. * Birksgate, Wednesday, 20fck Mav. Wodonga, Sunday, mh May. J Ijeiira. Wednesday, 2TthMay. From Normanton, Thursday Island, &c. Cintra, Wednesday, 20tli May. Ijeura, 27fch May. From London and intermediate ports Tara, Thursday, 21st May. Merkara, Thursday, 18thJune. Jumna, Thursday, 16th 3 uly. Donmda, Thursday, 13th August.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

PBOJECTED DBPAHTtTBES. For Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate porta- ^ Buninyong, to-day,' 16fch May. Arawatta, Monday, 18th May. Birksgate, Thursday, 21st May. Wodonga, Monday, 25th May. lieura, Thursday, 28th May. For Cooktown and interaiediate porie Birksgate, to-day,- Saturday, 16th May. "Wodonga, Wednesday, 2Gih May. Leura, Saturday,- 23rd May. For Cairns, Gcraldton, Mouriljaii. Card well, and Dungeness Palmer, Tuesday, J 9 th May, and thence weekly. For Port D uglas, Cairns. Gerald ton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dunge ness Burdekin, Monday, IS tlx May, and thence weekly. For Nor man ton. iliursday Island, &e. C-intra, to-morrow, Saturday, 16th May. Leura, Saturday, 23rd May. For London Tarobn. Tuesday, 19th May. Tiara, Tuesday, 16th June. Mex-kara, Tuesday, 14th July. Jujuiia, Tuesday, 11th August. Dorunda, Tuesday, 8th September. For Adelaide, via ports Same as Brisbane. For China, Straits Settlements, &e. Tsinan, 17th May. Outhrie, May. Airlie, 21st May. Changs...

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SPORTING NEWS. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

SPORTING NEWS. TH.S TL'RF. BACINuh FIXTURES. May 25 Towers Queen's Birthday Rac ing Club. May 23, 25,30:-Q..T.C. Autumn Meeting. May 2Sj 29 :-Mufctaburra. June 4, 5 :-Clone urry Annual. June 18,19:-Towiisville Annual. Weiglits May 29 : acceptances and general entries dime 10. June 17, 18 :-Noruiantoii Annual. Jnne 25. 26 -.-Maryborough Annual. July 2, 3 :-Towers Annual, dominations for handicaps June 9 ; Aveigbts June 20; acceptances and general entries June 25. Jnly 2, 3 : - Croydon Annual. July 8, 9 :-Roekliampixm Aunual.

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