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In Regard to Sausages, [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
lit Regard to Sausages, A middle-aged man with a complexion like a parsley omelet wandered into a Duane-st resterauut about 2 p in., r elected a seat and plunged into a bill of Fare as if it had teen a dime norel. After pro onge l attention to the catalogue of edibles he beckoned to a waiter. ' Spose yo i've. everything that's down on the list, hain't yer F ' Reckon we Ins, boss.' 'Ante »ld or dried up, are they ?' No, sail. What's y.>iir order?' ' &lt; see you've got* country sausages' down here in big type.' ' Tea, t-ah.' ' &lt;?ood A1 sassage ?' " b ust rate.' 'Jersey massage perhaps?' ' L)iinno, sah. Make the order sausag- ?* ' v\ hat. makes you eali it' &lt; o ntry ?'' pur sued the customer, disregarding the query. ' Beckon because tain t ui de in New York,' rejoined the waiter impatiently. ' Weil, £ don't place no order fer easeage tell I git a toler'ble grip on the place it. was built in. There's Hank Peters up in Greene country whe-e 1 lire, runs a...
LATE CABLES. TROUBLES IN MOROCCO. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
TROUBLES IN MOROCCO. 1 - London, July 25. The Foreign Minister at faogbr has requested Sir Charles Ev/an Smith to - resame parleying on the subject of a commercial treaty be tween the two countries. He an nounced the early arrival of the Grand Vizier and two Commissioners, who would await the English Com missioner's pleasure. Sir Charles alw3olnteljr declined to hold a&lt;»y inter course with them until the infinite lie received while at Fez were amply apologised "for. It is reported that th§ Sultan nei&rly faiuted at the end ofan interviewhe had had with Sir Charles. \
Mr. F.G.Margetts. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
&/SL*r- P- G-- Mla.rgetts. Fr F. G-. Margetts. who r presented Cook town at «he loc I Authorit-ie* Conference, ar rived in Victoria in "i8fi0, and left there for Port Darwin in 1872. .Arrived in Queens land, and folio* ed mining »n the Palmer, Hodgkineon. and Cherte s 'lowers gold fields for5y-ars, with Tarious suoc«6s. He then left or the Western country, and engaged in pastoral pursuits Joined the na'ive police »s su~» inspec or in 1883, and Ferved for six years in the C. ok district in that capac ty. fie then resigned and accepted the manage ment f the Lankelly ilrer - imng Co., Coen, for a Sydney compa •>. He is now in business in Townsriile, paitner in the fi rn of Margetts & Wakeiord. aucti i»eers, &e. of that. city.
BRTISH ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
British Association foomu Notes. (By Onlooker.) The Q.ueentod Bangers had a good hard practice game oa Saturday afternoon, getting in preparation for their u.atch with the Cale donians, on Saturday next. The Caledonians were, £ expect, hard at it yesterday on their own ground, only spelling for " crib." Judging bv the meeting held on Saturday last, noshing but good feeling exists between the two clubs; long may it continue. A meeting of footballers connected with the British Association game took place at Gough's Hotel on Saturday evening, thirty - three members of the various clubs being present. - A proposal re the forming of an association or union to be called the North Queensland ' British Association, was unani mously carried, and the following gentlemen were elected as officebearers. Patron, Mr Edward Drummond; president, Mr David Green; vice-presidents, Messrs. Joe Millican, Cr. fi. Burns (Townsville), J. O. Morris (Pre sident T.P.C.), Robert Russell (president Caledonia Ass...
Mr. C.F.A.Sparre. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
Mr. C. F. A. Sparre. &nbsp; Mr. Sparre, mayor of Townsville, presided over the Local Authorities Conference at that place. He was for many years identified with mining in the North in the early days, but early in the eighties settled down in Townsville. He is a member of the well- known building firm of Sparre and Hansen, &nbsp; who have successfully carried out several &nbsp; large contracts, and manages an extensive timber business in Townsville. Mr. Sparre is new to public life only, having been an alderman for about four years, but he has the reputation of possessing solid and practical knowledge.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
MARRIAGE. PARKER — McKENNA — At Charters Towers, July 18th, 1892, by the Rev. Father Commerford, Sarah McKenna to G. R. Parker. DEATH. LAVERY. — On the 17th July, at his resi- dence, Mary-street, Charters Towers, Bernard Lavery, the dearly-beloved hus- band of Margaret Lavery, aged 48 years, native of Co Armagh, Ireland. May his soul rest in peace. &nbsp; In Memoriam. In sad but loving remembrance of John Mills, aged 30 years, who was killed by a fall of ground in the Mills' United Gold Mining Company, Limited, on the 27th July, 1891. In sad and loving remembrance of my dear Husband, WILLIAM ROBERT RICHARD- SON, who departed this life July 25th, 1891, The face I love, it now lies low, The fond true heart is still; The hand that often clasped in mine Lies now in death's cold chill. Inserted by his loving wife, G. Richardson
Northern Supreme Court. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 27 July 1892
Northern Supreme Court. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) IN CHAMBERS. REGINA v Hall,— Motion to change the venu. Mr Leu for R. N. Hall; Mr Mac- Naughton for the Crown. Mr Macnaughton applied for an adjournment until the 25th and for leave to file a further affidavit. Order accordingly. In the will of Massey Studdart, deceased. — Application for leave to dispense with sureties. Mr Leu appeared for H. Tall, pro- posed administrator in the will annexed. Order, security for £1700 to the satisfaction, of the Registrar, to be reduced to £200 if the consent of Aplin, Brown and Co, Ltd. (a creditor of the testator) thereto be filed. In re William Bankie, of Mackay, black- smith, debtor's petition for adjudication in insolvency. Mr Leu, for petitioner, assigned petition to the judge, and order accordingly. First meeting, 5th August; statement, 4th August; J L Blood-Smythe, official trustee, to be trustee. In re Joseph Cannon, Mulgrave road, Cairns, carrier. Debtor's ...
LATE CABLES. A QUARREL IMPENDING. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
" THE I&CRIMINATING iM>emiENT. LONDON, August 6. ?*The Standard states that M. Stam bduloff privately seized the papers of Jacobson, the Russian dragoman, and din not buy them. Nouie Freie Presse ©f Vienna .states the documents demonstrated that it was simply im possible to associate Russia with thus civilized powers, but she must be regarded as a savage nation. A PROTEST. LONDON, AllgUSt 8. A stormy meeting has been held in: Paris protesting against the. Sofia executions. The victims were landed as martyrs. CHOLERA. Loki>ON, August 8. No less than 3590 deaths have occurred from cholera, in Russia on tile 3rd and 4th August. A BISHOP MURDERED. LONDON, August 8. The Bishop of Foligno was mur dered in a train between Florence and Foligno. THE CARNEGIE STRIKE. LONDON, August 8. The Pittsburg strike is fast col lapsing. Several hundreds of men have already resumed work. The strike at Carnegie's works at Home stead has already collapsed.
LIFER COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
LIFER COMPLAINT. Is the cause of many pains apd aches wMch gome people consider are separate and dis tinct complaints. Headaches, palpitation, indigertioB, flatulence, &e, are eyanpfcoms of a disordered liver and stomach. Many are thequack nostrums sold as cores for " indi" gestion;" but surely the world is getting sufficiently enlightened to see through the quaekery which is so prevalent in this eo un to^ There are broken down plumbers, f ain ters, plasterers, and printers selling " medi cines " to cure diseases of which these people do not even know the symptoms, to Bay noth ing of the therapeutics. Such is not the case, however, with Dr Fletcher's Pills. These are the prescription of one of Eng land's most eminent physicians and patholo gists, and have been used most successfully by him for the last thirty years in private and hospital practice. They have ever been found effectual in all bilious, stomach and liver complaints, and can-be used by both sexes with the utmost ...
Mr. Simpson at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
Mr. Simpson at Home. Mr. George Simpson (says Hie Townsville Star of May 10th) was " at; home" last even-ng. and among the visiters to «3n? spacious and elegant Family Hotel which Mr. Si-upson is now conducting was a Star mim Let me show you over the house," said genial 6eoige; you newspaper fellows mST" I dom see the interior, of a hotel, I know, and | besides j this place is so large yon might lose yourw&y/V And ledths way first of all' npfcaarsl Here are located the bedrooms, aQ. «f them large and delightfully airy. They ope a, too, ,©n a wide balcony from which splendid views of Hie neighbourhood axe obtainable. There are spacious drawing: rooms and parlors, and die kitchens andofcher outbuilding ace of a very complete character." Of course, the visitor inspected the bar, where, by the way, he expressed surprise at the generous poporuons of Hie "long sleevers " dispensed to Hie thirsty populace. The largest glaBs of beer in Townsville surely, is that obtainable at the F ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
o BIENT LINE OP ROYAL MAIL STEAMEKS. The following Boyal Mail Steamships be longing to the ORIENT and PACIFIC Companies will leave Sydney at 1 p.m. on the undermentioned dates for PLYMOUTH and LONDOH (Tilbuiy), via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal, calling «t. Naples and Gibnltar: 'Steamships Tons Comm&nd'r Leave Sydney fibOB; OEOTA OBI^BT OBKXTZ OBiTlVi... 6077 5365 6031 5552 A. W. Clarice H. Gr. Darby W. E. "White, R.N.R. W, Waddilove, R.N.R. July IB Aug. 1 Aug. IS Aug. 29 And fortnightly thereafter. PJJHASS MOHEF-Saloon, £58, £66, and£7G. Second, 4>85 mid £37,' Third, £13to £23. KXCUKSSOV ItexpBsr TICKETS at RBDUCBD SAXOOK PASSKKGEB8 allowed to break their Facilities are aSoided for bringing opt IriendB and relatives by the pre-payment of passage money. London Managers ; F" QREGH & Co,, and AjTOBBSOH, AXDBBSOK SL CO., Fenchurch avenne. v" ' : ^ Sydney-T. L. DBFirr, 43 Pitt-street. \ Townsville-AJPMK, JBBOWV & Ct., LTD., > ;? V...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
Local ail bieni lews. TUB Yarrawon?a, s, will load wool at Townsville for I ondon, leaving the former port about the middle of September. THE returns of births, mariiages, and deaths for the month of July were:-Births, 43 male, 39 female, total 82 ; marriages 12 ; deatiig, 12 male, 10 female, total 22. THE death is reported of Mies Gracie Plaisted, the prima donna of the Harding Opera Company, which had eo successful a career up North. A CORRESPONDENT telegraphs from Cairns to the Brisbane Courier as follows:-" The Mayor of Cairns has telegraphed to the Mayor of Croydon soliciting co-operation to advocate the Croydon via Granite Creek to Georgetown Land-grant railway, and oppose connecting Georgetown with the Northern line. A public meeting is requested." The Townscille Bulletin says :-We learn from Mr Cordingley, the manager of the Alligator Creek Meat Works, that during the | past month 1915 head of fat oxen were slaughtered at the Company's works. The outward cargo from the works...
A SAD END. LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
A SAB END. London, August 2. I To-day was held the adjourned inquest on the body of the man Brock, who committed suicide at Ely. A touching letter to the- coroner, addreee^d by the d«eea&lt;«d,. implored that a lode of a child's hair found on htm should be buried with him, as he would then rest more quietly in his grave. He asked that a lock of his hair should be sent to his wife, and excused the act of committing suicide on the ground of mental 8offering. In a letter addressed to the Rev. Boutledge, Weeleyan clergyman, de ceased asked that gentleman to break the news to his dear wife. He attributed all his difficulty to an unfortunate speculation, and stated that not having the moral courage to face the situation be fled.