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Tattersall's Club for Norrth Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Taltersiili'^ ?!«!» for Xoi'tli ^iceuslantl. Ok next Monday week takes place the adjourned meeting of those in terested in the formation of a Tatter sail's Club for North Queensland, au4i.no better time for its inaugura tiil^CDiild be fixed npon than the present, when oar winter campaign is just commencing. The want of such an institution here is one which is always much felt, and, indeed, is one which can hardly be done without; in fact, with the advancement of turf matters, the want of a betting tribunal becomes more apparent year by year.- In betting disputes appeals are often, in the absence of a Tatter sail's, made to the stewards of racing clubs, but these as a rule decline to interfere ; and most naturally so, for their decisions can be in no way bind ing, neither can they hold out the threat of expulsion froni theelab,J^ be a member of which ispart of the betting* man's living. Betting is, so to speak, outside _the v pale of the law, but this notwithstanding, there are numbe...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HUGHENDEN JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. (BY OUR SPECIAL REORTER.) (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAM.) FIRST DAY. HUGHENDEN, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

HTOHEXDEX JOCKEY CLUB AX5TAL MEET1XG. (ur oru speciai. kepouter.) (or ELECTKIC TELEGRAM.) FIfcST DAY. Hc&uEkdex, Mav 14. ^Notwithstanding the strike the meeting was most successful from every point of view. Hie unionists boycotted the meeting, and at about 10 o'clock iu the morning they all mustered on the flat just below tke town, and formed a procession through (he town of about 250 horsemen. 150 foot, aud 40 children with a band on a lorry. They then crossed the river, aud I believe held a race meet ng of their own. Iu spite of this the attendance at the races was very good The stand and paddock were quite as full as usual, though perhaps there were not so many outside, The fields were very good, and the racing was excellent. Mr. George Sullivan, who acted as starter, was very suc cessful with the flag. The weather was simply splendid. The following are the results : Maidex PLATE, of 45 sovs; second horse 5 so vs. from prize. 1 mile 1 furlong, w.f.a_ Mr. Carter's Kilmanv....

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

TURF GOSSIP. (Br llEllMIT.) TirE contractors? for tkc improvements at the racecourse, Messrs Wyatt and (Jnites. have commenced work, and expect to have things ill readiness by the 25th. The saddling pad dock will foe fully twice its present size, and a special paddock will also be made for mem bers. At the western c-nd will be a retiring room for ladies, and several other important improvements will also be effected. Money spent in improvements is never thrown away, and the T. J.C. committee are to bo com mended upon the energetic maimer in which they are continually laying out money to ensure comfort to their visitors. It- is to this fact that they owe much of their success, and their course with its appointments is far ahead of anything outside of the metropolis. The Muttaburra folks have received capital nominations for the principal handicaps at their annual meeting which takes place on the 28tli a d 29th instant. For the Flying Handicap there are 32, for the Cumberland Handicap...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Domestic Iiiteltisreuee. BIRTHS. TREMBATH.-On May 6th, at her parents residence, Queenton, the wife of Mr. Thomas Trembath, contractor, Mackin-     lay, of a son. Both doing well. KINCADE.-On May 10th, at her residence, Dalrymple Road, the wife of Joseph Kincade, of twins, son and daughter.   All's well. DEATH. PORTER.-On May 27th, 1890, at Brisbane, Frank Porter, late of Millchester, aged   40 years. Deeply regretted.

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

The Townsville Murder. MICHAEL JOSEPH McLOUGHLIN and Peter   Dominick Bourke (on remand) were charged, on Tuesday, on suspicion with having caused   the death of one Jimmy Ah You. Mr. Le Vaux (on behalf of Mr. Leu) for the prose- cution, and Mr. Milford for the defendant Bourke. After evidence had been heard de- fendants were committed for trial at the next sittings of the Supreme Court, on Wednes- day, 3rd day of June. Bail was applied for and allowed defendant Bourke, in his own recognisance in £200 and two sureties in £100 each. — Bulletin.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Local and General. COLLECTORS of the Widow Macrossan Fund are requested to hand in lists to Mr   Cavey at their earliest convenience. TEN free laborers went up to Hughenden   from Townsville on the 13 th. They appeared a likely lot of men, and will be probably at once set to work. CONSTABLE HARVEY left by the first   train on Monday for Townsville, escorting the aboriginal prisoner "Jimmy," who was   committed for trial on Friday last for the murder of a black boy named George, at Lolworth, on 22nd April. AFTER 1st June an amended time-table will come into force on the Northern Rail- way. The first train from Townsville will leave at 7 30 a.m. instead of 5.40, and the first down train from here will leave at 6.45 a.m. instead of 6.20 a.m. THE monthly meeting of the Philosophical Society was held on Wednesday the chair being occupied by Dr. W. G. Browne. There was a good attendance, and after the formal business was over Mr. C. H. H...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] TOWNSVILLE, May 9 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Telegrams. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]   Townsville, May 9. Owing to the completion of the jetty works Messrs. Brand and Dryborough have   dispensed with 37 men at their foundry, and shortened hands. It is stated that a big firm in the timber trade has reduced its staff, owing to the strike causing the cancellation of western orders. A public open air meeting, at which Mr. Ogden, President of the Trades and Labor Council, was in the chair, was held on Saturday to consider the shearing strike question. The speeches generally were con- ciliatory, and motions were passed requesting the calling of Parliament together to arrange for a conference, and that Messrs. Philp and Brown should be asked to assist to that end. A meeting of ihe Typographical Associa- tion was held on Saturday night, when it was unanimously decided to with- draw their delegate to the A.L.F., and also to urge the Queensland Typographical Associa- tion to withdraw from affiliation with the ...

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Murder of a Blackfellow. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Murder of a Blackfellow. AT the Police Court on Friday, before Mr. W. G. Kelly Cusack, P.M., an aboriginal named Jimmy, employed at Lolworth Station   as a stockman, was charged on remand with the murder of another blackfellow named George, at Lolworth Creek on the 22nd April. The principal witness examined was a gin named Minnie, who stated that on Tuesday the 21st April, she and the deceased   George left Toomba, an out station of Lolworth, to go to Cargoon. At sundown they made a camp at Lolworth Creek, and early next morning she was awakened by hearing the discharge of a gun. She jumped up, and being frightened, ran away, but stopped and looked round, and saw the accused pausing close to George's head with a gun in his hand. She went back and saw     George give a little kick and die. After- wards she and Jimmy dug a hole in the sand, and after wrapping George's body in a blanket, buried him, putting his nulla nulla alongside o...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Charleville Newss. CHARLEVILLE, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891

Charleville News. Charleville, May 8. The carriers here number about fifty, who have been idle since before the 23rd March, and appear to be in a peculiar fix. Three who loaded before that date are afraid to leave for the West unless they are indemni- fied by the Australian Labor Federation Council for any loss they may sustain. It may be remembered that the Carriers' Union agreed on a rate of carriage with the Rail- way Department prior to the date mentioned. In the meantime there is a plague of bush mice, which are over-running the district, and. eating the perishable loading. The word mice is not meant to mean human pilferers, but actually mice similar to the ordinary household mouse. Several parties of men have left the camp, but the numbers show no reduction. Last night a large meeting was held, at which a labor organiser named Ornsbv was the principal speaker. A local publican pre- sided at the meeting, and the proceedings were quiet.   Charleville, May 11. A larg...

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Music and the Drama. A Ring of Iron. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

tofc Md Ufa jirama. A King of Iron. IF the Crook, Forbes end Lyle Dramatic Company could wish for a move representa tive or a more thoroughly appreciative audi ence than that which greeted their return visit to witness their performance of tine " Ring of Iron'* they must he a very exact ing lot of mortals. The house was densely packed, numbers being unable to gain admit tance. The piece went without a hifceh from the rise to the fall of the curtain. The drama itself possesses great merit, the situations being possible, an item somewhat foreign to the general melodrama. As a rule the dia logue too ie sparkling and natural, and emi nently calculated to interest as well as a muse. The motif of the play deals with the machi nations principally of one " Gentlemen Jack," a queer digger, who delves by choice ] on the banks of the Ovens river in Aus tralia. He is possessed of a treasure beyond all gold in the shape of his wife, Mary Gordon, who lores, not perhaps altogether wisely but too w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Sad Affair. HORRIBLE DETAILS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Jt Sad Affair. HORRIBLE DETAILS. [BR ELECTRIC TELE&EAPH.] [FBOST OUS OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SFDNEY, May 17, A. shocking accident occurred on tb<B suburban liue between Burwood and Strath field early on Saturday morning, the victim being a young woman named Agnes Louisa Martin, 19 years of age, and employed as a servant at Burwood According to the statement made by her after she was found, about midnight on Friday she was seized with a sudden impulse to get ap and go out, and having dressed her self she left the house, and can remember no more. She was found lying across the line, and by her side was the dead body of a male child, naked and newly-bom. The wheels of some train had passed over the unfortunate woman's lege, crushing them so badly that it was found necessary to ampu tate both at the Prince Alfred Hospital, where she was removed. Though she sur vived the amputation, no hopes are enter tained of her recovery.

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The Townsville Divisional Board in Distress. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). TOWNSVILLE, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

The TovmsvSlle Divisional Board in Distress. i i (BY ELBCXBIC TEIIEGKRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWK CORRESPONDENT). TOWNS VLLLE, May 17. At a meeting of the Thuringowa Divisional Board held on Saturday, the finances were discovered to Win on alarmingly low state. The Engineer was notified that hie services would not be required after the end of the month. The Board Clerk and the Water Work's Engineer expressed their willingness to allow the payments of their salaries to remain in abeyance for three or four months. It was decided to discharge all the free labor ers except the overseer, whose salary was reduced from 10s to 8s per day. It was also decided to take nummary proceedings for the recovery of the arrears of rates.

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Explosion in a Coal Mine. WONDERFUL PRESENCE OF MIND. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) SYDNEY, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Es|»lo§ion in a Coal Mate. WONDERFUL PRESENCE OF MIND. (BY E1BCTBIC TEHJGBATH.) (EB«lt oum OWN cobbespokdest) SrosEr, ifcav 17. An explosion of mineral gas occurred in the South Bolii colliery nit on Saturday, 1 when a miner named John Tresidor received some very severe burns in the face. In spite of the injuries received he preserved hi? presence of mind, and pluckiH' crawled alor. % a distance in the drive to escape the after damp, which he knew would follow the ex plosion, and when rescued the skin was hanging from his hands, arms, and chest, and he was badly scorched, and his face was swollen alniosfc past recognition. The noise caused by the explosion wa£ heard half-a 4 the first fire damp that mine for years.

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A ROYAL BETROTHAL. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Jl'SOTAi^' BliraOT&AI,. 1 IjOnbgn, May 17. 1 It as reported that the Czaat?ewifcdl j betrothed to Princess Helene of

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THE DUTCHESS OF FIFE. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

THE DUTCHESS OF FIFE. 1 LONDON, May 17. J The Dutchess -of File lias given birth to a daughter.

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THE PORTUGUESE AFRICAN DIFFICULTY. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

THE PORTUGUESE AFRICAN DIFFICULTY LONDON, May 15. I A draft agreement between Great Britain and Portugal with regard to tine claims of the two Powers in Sooth East Africa has now been signed, and this fact produced an excellent effect in Xasbon, as the friction which has "so long existed between the countries is now likely to cease. By the terms of the agreement Portugal receives a portion of the territory of a roughly triangular shape, with an area of 50,000 square miles, bounded on two sides by tlie Goanza and Zam besi Rivers respectively, and on the other side by a line from Marandi to thejunctionof the ShireRivers. Great Britain obtains and rectifies the fron tier of Monioland, with the eight of passage over the Limpopo River.

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THE ANTI-JEWISH RIOTS IN GREECE. LONDON, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

THE AISTI-JEWISH RIOTS IN GREECE. London, May 16. I A. mob invaded tlie Jewish quarters at Oorfu, disarmed tlie troops, and murdered 17 Jews; the Governor and Mayor have removed. . News regarding the anti-Jewish outbreak in Corfu states that a mob of Greeks attacked the Jewish resi dents, killing nine of them and wounding a number of others. They also pillaged and burned the houses of the Jews. In consequence of the outbreak, martial law has been pro claimed in Corfu. Fresh outrages against the Jews been committed at Corfu.

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ANOTHER "JACK THE RIPPER." LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

ANOTHER "JACK THE RIPPER." 1 LONDON, May 15. 1 A man known as Frenchy, a cattle drover, having connections with the shipping trade, -who was recently arrested at New York, has been found gailty by a Coroner's jury of the murder of a woman named Brown, who was killed under circumstances similar to those surrounding - the Whitechapple murders committed fey " Jack the Ripper."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

f!»tniinglmmR Gtaium^ M.P., is £mt O* it «gafn. He isn't up to anything very out rageous this time; lie is only on the Eight Hours ticket. He is bringing in a Bill in the Commons to provide from the commencement of 1892 " that no person shall work or cause "or suffer any other personto work, on sea <l or land, in any capacity, under contract or " agreement dip articles, for hire or labor, or t£ for personal service on sea or land {except a In case of accident) for more than 8 hours " in any one day of 34 hours, or more than " 48 hours in any week." The proposed pen alty cannot be less than £10 or more than £103. We are gradually drifting on to freedom all xight. Perhaps it is better that Mr. Graham should be amusing himsef bringing silly Sills into the House than getting his head cracked in the van of a riotorous mob, or being chucked out of free and republican France for im peaching freedom as it flourishes in the sunny * # * ^EM^tdie read by Mr. Justice Harding to the j...

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THE RIOTS IN CHINA. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

THE EIOTS m CHINA, LOKDOST, May 15. | Information regarding riots on the Yang Se Slang River shows that the Chinese rioters wounded the British Consol, destroyed the Consulate, and burned down the Custom House building, the Roman and the Catholic mission.

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