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Cable Intelligence. MR GLADSTONE'S HEALTH. LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

fiafim Hieiiipw. --.» '. ? ~- . MB GLADSTONE'S HEALTH. LONDON, August 1. 1 There is much consternation at Mr Gladstone's illness. He, however, passed a good night.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BISHOP OF LINCOLN. LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

THE BISHOP OP LINCOLN. LONDON, August 2. 1 The Privy Council has endorsed all the rulings of the Archbishop of Can terbury in connection with the case of the Bishop of Lincoln, who iB charged with ritualistic practices.

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A CONFESSION. LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

A COMESSIOK LONDON, August 1. ] The papers represent that a prisoner at Glasgow has confessed he was employed to assist in the murder of Lord Leitrim by the man who shot Carew.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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FATAL EXPLOSION. LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

FATAL EXPLOSION. LONDON, Auerast 2. I An oil train collided with another oear Ohio city; 200 people were watching1 the wreck, *vfcen a tank ex ploded killing 20 people and injuring many others.

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A DEMAND. LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

A DEMAND. LONDON, ANENSFC 1. J The United States Central Labor Union has demanded that all men in the National Guard shall resign as a protest against the thumb torture at Pittsburg. James, the private soldier, has sum moned the officers for suspending him by the thumbs. AIT ALARM. LONDON, August I. The residents of Douglas are excited because it is reported Mr Gladstone intends to annex: the Isle of Man under Home Hole to Ireland.

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REPUBLICAN VICTORIES. LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

REPUBLICAN" VICTORIES LONDON, August 2. I The French Council elections hare resulted in large Republican victories

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Hard To Get At. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

Hard To Ctefc At. Inquisitive city people in the country some times fiud email satisfaction in catechising little country boys About th^ir nawefl ana affairs. A " summer b wder * o<ce n£d to a small boy dr ssed in a broad straw bat, a. gingham waist" long trou ers and bam feet: " Hello, little boy! What is your name ?" " Same as pa's," said theboy. " Wha/eyour pa's name ?" " Same as mine." " I mem, what do they call you when they ca'l you to bteahbst ? ' " Tbey don't nuwer call me to breakfust." " Why don't they ?" " 'Cause I alluz git there the fust one!" Youth's Companion.

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Giving him Five Shillings, [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

dying bin Five Shillings, A popular young fellow who is wi4ply known in atble'ic circles telle this «-tory. I was in the office of a friend of mine $he other morning, when a rather seedy lookjpj^ young chap came in, and nodding to hini fn a jaunty waysaid : ' Billy, old man, I w^ut to borrow fir© shilling^' ® H-ni-m-m/ replied Billy, slowly. * Well if I remember rightly. I loaned you five shillings last week' * 80 you did,' said the visitor, ' but I'm dead strapped and must have five shillings now/ Billy p -ndere 1 for a moment and replied : ' WelC * our'b no good: I'm convinced of that, so Fll not lend you five shillings, but I'll eive you one. ow'll that do ?' * First rate," responded the shameless striker, and then, after a moment or so, as the cash was not forthcoming, he aided: * Well, where's the fire shillings, you are going to give tike ?' *Oh/ replied Billy,' smilingly. " I'll give you the five shi lifig yd;i borrowed last we k.

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Old Acquaintance. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

Old Acquaintance. Waiter («e * oodless is about to leave)-? Ahem! sir. ft Is customary, sir, for patrons to-ahem !-to remember the waiter, sir. Moodles-Oh, never fear! I shall not forget you in a hurry. How coa'd I, when we have been together so long ? It- seems ten years sin e I gave my order.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Emersonian Test. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

The fimeraonian Test. * I shall not open the door, Harva dson,' said the wife at two o'clock A.M., ' until I have satisfactory evidence that yon have not been spending the evening in riotous con viviality.' ' Your precaution, my dear,' replied the hus band ib natural but uunece-Bary. 1 have beenin attendance at an un usual 1. interesting session of the Zoroaster Club.' Wiliidear,dl6tinctennnciationbeth9Q w* pettbptl rapidly Hub passage from Erapreon'e essay on Plato: * Seashore-sea eeen from the en shore, ehote seen from the sea.' And the door was thrown open at once.

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How Bill Got His Breakfast. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

How Bill Cr©t His Breakfast. Wandering William-' '8cuse my presump tion, ma'am, in aiskm* von ef you have any of yaur home-made bread I've heard so much about F' Mrs. Tiddletrink-4 You dear man! of course I have, and coffee and meat and cake too. Come rig t in.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

siaoiHd ivio i xiivnen h xi o >i> v .* MMM *. PUB P|0l|8sn0^| '9JBMPJBH 49JBMSSB|Q MJ0SUOUJUOJ| 'S9M990Jg -jo Su^BT^uoo 'e-^oo-o Jtio xx©b HPS ®AV -.I/VKCvE. on8flj hhi cot 'saBjcoisao sao ox (sotfaoiMY on w% QiqwsOfj peawj 9ttf p> apifdy poof) y .DniKiviffo &o snottissia f fWf ssiacrao jlioitos xt-t; a^iJLOatisaia; si^a. WE ARE 7W J-AW/T IPPPfiTFJ¥ Pf PfiPPPFF If fFWTFW TPWP-P AND THEREFORE, CAN SELL, AT THE LOWEST PRICES ! ! ! WE HAVE ON HAND AND ARRIVING. BT. EVERT SOUTHERN STEAMER: BUTTER V BACON V CH. MSI£ V i-GGS V MAIZL V WHEAT V OATS CHAFF, HAY, POTATOES & ONIONS STOVES A SPECIALITY ! ! !6 Gllth STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

McCALLUM & INESON, CHARTERS TaWER§, SHAREBROKERS, MISTING, INSURANCE, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. A. 9tcCall«lin, Member of Charters Towere Stock Exchange. Absentees' Interest® carefully attended to. A S C and Moreing's Codes used. Cable Address-IKESOV, Charters Towers. MINING AGENTS, CHAET EES TOWERS. BBAKCHB9- __ _ _ SEARCHES London, Sydney, Brisbane, ^ "f 1 mL mNI 1/ Kormaiiton, Thursday Cairns, Cooktown, I W m l«land,Porl Uoresby, Charters Towers, J P ^ ^ ^ ^ andSaniarai. <?> TOWNSVILLE. Importers of Station Requisites, also Wines, Spirits. Ales, Ac., AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF STOREKEEPERS* A3*© HOTELKEEPEBS' SUPPLIES SHIPPING, INSURANCE, & FORWARDING AGENTS. I SHIPPING iGEUXKES. Australian United Steam Navigation Co , Ltd.! British India Steam Navigation Co. (Q.R.M- j lane. | Eastern and Australian Steam Navigation Co. j ' Gibbs" Lme ot China Sleaojets. j *' Norddeuteeher" Lloyd's Bremen Imperial | German MaiL " Scottish" Line of Sailing Vessels ...

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Not Abrupt By Any Means. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

Ifot Abrupt % Any HeiBii6. Mise Gladys: 'Bow often have I told you, Kate, not to come into the room bo abruptly when you know Harry-I mean Mr. Jones-that is, when yon know I have visitors ?' Kathleen : * Abrupt! nd is it abrupt you call it - and me at the keyhole for three-quarters of an honr or more!'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

????-??? ????? ?? ?.= . . ?" , ? "' :VV..V^' :v. "' . -. ":--r ' ?; ; . - ; .? -- -:: ? - s^rz A - ? i. , v.. - , . ' ? . ""tsp*-.-: ". ". . I THE PHARM it OliLIi STREET (Nearly Opposite Hospital), TO STATION OWNERS, MINERS, AND RESIDENT IN THE BUSH. IN drawing your attention to the Medicines specified below I may mention that the Articles referred to are especially suitable to kepp on hand in the Bush, and on Stations and Camps, where the services of a doctor are sometimesdiffieuit to obtain^ as they are GENUINE & HONEST REMEDIES for complaints of almost every-day occurrence in this tropical climate. =They are prepared from prescriptions given me by some of the MOST PROMINENT PHY«ICLAN8 of the day, and may be depended upon to give good results in eveiy case in which they are used. Soothing Powders for Babies cutting their Teeth, are perfectly harmless, contain no Opium, never fall to give prompt relief, and are far superior to the Quack preparations advertised. Cartlflinati...

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Theory Versus Fart. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

Theory Versus Fart. Little Jack-Grown fo ks don't know every thin;. Mother-Wh«t's the matter now ? ' Didn't you oay cigarettes stepped boys from growin,' an' injured their nervous systems, an' gave 'em hetrfc disease, an^ dysp psiti, an* kidney trouble, an' flabby muscles, an' wpfck rack, an' everything ?' * Yes, I d d, And it's so too.' * WWI, Jimriiy Ale Mugge has been smokin' cigarettes an' clear etuinps an' ole pipes, and chewin' besides, ever ein *e he was a baby, an' to-day I remembered wot you said about t >bacco mabin' boys weak, an' so I sassed him-an' he licked me.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

*;V .-?is-r.fsi?" V.'-^ r,-. ^' Q IN STOCK, ONLY. THE & KEPT, M A NSOH TOWNSVILL.E, Opposite Alfred Co., and Aplin Brown & Co. I L LI WHOIiBSiZiB AND RETAfli DRUGGIST AND DISPENSING CHEMIST. Importer of Corks and Materials required by Crated Water Makers and Confectioners. Importer of Popular Medicines Importer of Druggists' Sundries. Importer of Surgical Instruments and Appliances. Importer of Electric Batteries. Importer of and Sole Agent for Apollinaris Water. Importer of Mooserrat Lime Fruit Jnic$. Importer of Hair Dyes and Restorers. Importer of Photographic Plates and other Goods. SPECIAL QUOTATIONS GIVF3T FOR ACIOS ud CHEMICALS USE» ON THE GOLOFIELDS, HO^PITAJjS STCTLIKO AT SCHEDU1.K PRICES. CATALOGUES WITH PRICE SEST'OK APjP^di®ip^; v BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT at WEST END, next Mr. James Ho^ertsOH, Grocer. s; abaC WHOLESALE & RETAIL MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONER, -AND GILL STREET. Orders Supplied at Brisbane Prices. Large and Oool Rooms for Ibed Drinks and Li...

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

SATURDAY, Augttst 6. ] Although the sales were not heavy on Fri day on 'change, there was a noticeable improvement in several stocks, notably Sehooifieser ves and Mills'United. Jkeb Kell/fiQneoi Block 16 tons p! stone have been audi for the fortnight, making 106 jtons at grass. £To. 1 shaft isnowdown 705ft. At 698ft a formation was struck, and they "axe not yet through to the footwaU. The directors at their xneetingon Friday * afternoon decided to allow the contractors to | continue sinking on the same lerniBasat present until next meeting, and this being their first regular meeting since the half yearly meeting of shareholders. Mr Ffeiffer was elected daiimaa of directors, lor the ; ensuing half-yew. j At the So.l shaft at the Victory 60 tons of atone have been raised for the fortnight. At iSb. 2 shaft (Brilliant reef), the lower level on the western aide of the shaft is in 50ft; the reef in theface: measures 6ft, and the hanging-wall portion another 4ft. There i lb* eastern drive ...

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Local Mining News. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

Loesl Mining Mew§. WEDNESDAY. Attotbt 3. Craven's Caledonia has erudaed 402 fame for 172oz.. ,The Victoria has crashed 125 tons of stone for 632oz 18dwt of gold. The Bainhow Block (Mbeman Q-.M. Go.) has crushed 355 tons of stone for 682oz 3dwt 12gr gold. At Clark's Brilliant, Worcester and Victory the reef in the underlie -varies from 1 to 2ft in thickness. There are from 70 to 80 tons in the paddock. In the face of Ne 6 level at Mill>' United the reef is now 3ft in thickness and of good quality. Ihe winze from the level is down 22ftjcarrying a reef the full size of the winze; the stopes over the level cany stone vaiying froVn 18m to 8ft in thickness In Ho 5 level face there, is a formation 12ft thick with 3ft of stone in it. Thp stopes over the leveleariy from 3 to lift of stone. Over fib 4 level the reef varies from 3 to 10ft thick. In Mo 3 level driving has been resumed through Hie cross couree, and the reef is now 6ft thick, heavily charged with mineral. T HUBS DAY, AUGBBT 4....

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Revised Motto. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

Revised Motto. 1 ; hat's a neat motto/ said Briny Billing to a r>al estate man who asks why pay cent when TOO can own your own horn- ?' ' Yes,' was. the reply. ' hut £ have just had a tenant who revised, it in a way that made me dislike it. ;He says why pay for a hon>e when yon can owe the rcnc money ?'

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