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SIR ARTHUR BLYTH. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

SIR ARTHUR BLYTH. LONDOB, May 15. I . Sir Arthur Blytli, Agent-General for South Australia, is indisposed, and lias 111 consequence postponed his departure for Vienna, where he is to attend the Postal Conference.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping News. [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

[by TOST AKD ELECTRIC TELE&BAPH.] A-BBIVAXiS, Maj 16.-Arawatta, s, Captain F. G-. Lee, from Cooktown via ports. Passengers-Mrs Kennedy. Miss Askew; Messrs Williams, Rosenweig, Wilson, Crees, Raddon, Fairley, Anderson, Byrne, Smythe, Harvey, Wright and two Burns, Pbilp and, Co., Ltd., agents. May 16.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clarke, from Cairns via ports. Passengers-Mes dames Sevendsen, Hbgan, Cochrane; Misses Feniman, O'Mara; Messrs Hogan, Cochrane, Ralston, Manhattan, Foster, and 18 steerage. Burns, Pliilp and Co., Ltd., agents. May 17.-C intra, s, Captain Medley, from South, towing the Octopus. Passengers Mesdames Livey, Collard and child, Keogh; Bsv. A. M. Gauld; Messrs Turner, Collier, Mansfield, Wood, Abraham, Spencer, Kelly, Macnaughton, Beaumont, Jameson, .1 olrns ton, Sweetland, Campbell, Seanlon, Morgan, Thompson, Byrne, Barker, Hopper, Fraser, Kirk, Bone and 15 steerage. Burns, Pliilp and Co., Ltd., agents. - 7 May 16.-Buninyong, s, Captain Richard son, from Cookto...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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A PARLIAMENTARY PETITION. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

A PARLIAMENTABY PETITION. London, May 15. I It has been decided to present a petition against the return of Sir James Bain, a Conservative, who was recently elected a member of the House of Commons for Whiteheath.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

DEPASTURES. May 17.-Buninyong, s, Captain Richard son, for Melbourne. Passengers--Mesdames M'Cullagh and two children, Bray, Sum Ti Kee, Wallie, Harding, M'Kenna; Misses Partes, Thomas, Leahy, Emerson; Captain Melville; Messrs Wafiis, Emerson. Pridie, Hog, M'Kenna, MeCullagh, Lotherington, McLean, Sum Ti Kee, Edgar, Grant, McDonald, and 31 steerage. Wm. Howard Smith and Sons, Ltd., agents. Maj 18.-Arawatta, s., Captain F. Gr. Lee,, for the south. Passengers: Lady M'Grregor, Mesdames Leslie, Vance and family, M'Millan, Paulig, Pounds, Wildins and child: Misses O'Connor, King, Pestal, Messrs. Leslie, Cornock, Burns, Paulig, Potier, Robins, Wallace, Vance, M'Millan, Wilson, Bosenweig, Drackney, Colly, Barton, Kilgour, Pisier, Harvey, 19 members of the Salvation Army, and 37 s'eerage. Burns Philp and Co., Ltd., agents. i May 17 Minnie Young, schooner, Cap tain Gray, for Mackay. May 18-Grollan, s, Captain Heede, for Creraldton. May 18-Burdekin, s, Captain J. Keif, for Port Douglas via po...

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THE IRISH LEAGUE. LONDON, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

I THE IRISH LEAGUE. I Loxbon. Mav 16. 1 At the annual conventional of the Irish National League of Great Britain, it was resolved unanimously, that Mr. Parnell is morally 3,nd physically unfit for farther trust.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cable Intelligence. A DOUBTFUL RUMOUR. THE ITALIAN RIOTS. VICTORIAN RIFLE TEAM. MICHAEL DAVITT. THE AFRICAN TROUBLE. TERRIBLE MURDER. THE POSTAL CONFERENCE. THE PRICE OF MONEY. AUSTRALIAN MEAT. LONDON, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

A DOUBTFUL RUMOUR. THE ITALIAN RIOTS. VICTORIAN RIFLE TEAM. MICHAEL BAVITT. THE AFRICAN TROUBLE. TERRIBLE MURDER. THE POSTAL CONFER ENCE. THE PRICE OF MONEY. AUSTRALIAN MEAT. LOUDON, May 14. A doubtful report has been received that the American cruiser Charleston has sank the Chilian vessel Etata. The Italian Consul at New Orleans claims having prevented the Italians from murder ing the Major and Parkinson, one of the leading lynchers. The Victorian rifle team have arrived and ore quartered with the G-uarde at Windsor. ; Michael Davitt has started on a tour to New Zealand, «ia America. It is stated that Lord Salisburyhas ex tended the term of the modus vi endi to Portugal with regard to South Africa for one soonlih; _ Mis Donkin, of Baltimore, has been found witli her head battered in on a mountain at Betoreyeoed, Her husband, who was ar rested on suspicion, has confessed that lie murdered her. Sir Graham Berry and Sir Saul Samuel, delegates to the Postal Conference, start for Vienn...

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OBITUARY. LONDON, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

OBITUARY. Londox, May 16. The deaths are announced of Mr. Sampson, editor of the liondon Referee, Mr. Edwin Long, B.JL, and Messrs. Thomas and Collier, well known artists.

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

E, D. MILES.} [J. MILLI?AX. CHARTERS TOWERS. w. 7ijaD 6WP, And (No.1 Burns, Plulp, and Co'« Buildings,) FLIXDERS-STREET, T O W N B V I L LE. Steely IFajd^fe, and Machinery Merchants- Sole Manufacturers of .' iaclBcair's Lvbricatiug #IL Steel Truck W>feels, Steel Staiiiper Shoes and Dies. Steel Cams, $Ceel INse^, Ail Kinds of Sted Castings. A large Stock on hand of Engines, Boilers, Winding Drums, Pumps, Belting up to 14 inelics wide. Pipes, Brass Fittings and General Engineers and Mining Requisites. Wit. M. UicBaus, Sheaf Island Works, Slie&eld, ?OAJfE & CLARKE, [lATE BCKY &2$B CGAXJi,] MINING- BROKERS jlstb ANALYSTS, » , ME. A. W. OiiABKE, EXx.S., Certificated % South Ken sfi^toa Science and Art Department, late Government iiaving Joined tke firm, we are now m e ?OFf©M MB m. Pale Ale in the Market, Support Local Industry. OMPANY WiiolesaleaiLd Fas^^ir^eei^^W'liLe,- $pirit,and Provision Merchants, - Plfi.EC/3? SHlPME3f3?6 from- IjQjidon Every Montli bj B. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

- THE NEW TTTK HEW WEEKLY PAPER! WEEKLY PAPER1 THE pitting fUgisster. ;' PUBLISHED In connection-with theu Northern Jliner.-* Ch£* PAGES FOB ! * PAGES FOB \Md. ! «NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The prestige enjoyed for eo many yeaas by the HbSBB^as a diuly, warrants the proprie ^jnoffmngtliflpttMic a TWENTY-FOUR "BASE WEEKLY, which will be fall of the TM.fa»A Jjocai, Colonial, Intercolonial, and European News. "ITORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Cabled Quotations from Lon don and the other great commercial centres will make the Register a necessity to the merchant and producer. "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." Week by week will appear ORIGINAL ARTICLES by Eminent Scientific Specialists "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Meteorological Notes Mid Stock Move ments will make it the constant vademe&m of Pastoralists. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." Thft Correspondence from its Agents, in all the great mining centres and outside camps, will keep the miner and prospector in touch with all the latest...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

ission, and Insnrauce Agents and Wholesale Produce Merchants. - .. ?' *« #? ft ' ?? ? IVeight and Duty Paid and Goods Seat to all parts of Queensland and the adjacent Colonies. v:: E:; Office and Receiving Stove Goods and Machinery delivered to any part of the Field, ?J - . i,. a oners j ~ m~ww & ILL-STE® BT, C H 4 &T EES TOW EES. in Great Variety.

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The "Octopus." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

The 44 Octopus.'9 THE dredge Octopus, which arrived safe and sound in tow of the Cinira on Saturday, will begin work this week on the third " cut" under the outer Rim of the Eastern Break water. She will excavate to a depth of I5£fc at low water, and to a width of 100ft. The " dredge will be attended by the barges Nautilus and Dugong, formerly employed in conjunction with Hie Hydra in the Norman River. It is expected that - the Western Breakwater, which, is now being " topped " by the contractors, Messrs Brand and. Diy borough, will be completed within four months, and the extra etrengthening of the Eastern Breakwater will be finished in a few days. It is intended to-erect the little light house, which was displaced by the hurricane of 1890, on a more solid. l>edL Tins work will be carried out under the supervision of Mr Pefchbridge of the Post Office.-BuUetiv.

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Terrible Gale at Cooktown. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] COOKTOWN, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Terrible Gale at (BIT ELECTRIC TETEGKAPH.) [FSOU ora OWN COBBBSPOXDEVTS/] COOKTOWK, May 19. A heavy gale was blowing all last night. Hie schooner Retriever, anchored in the harbor, dragged her anchors, and now lies aground at the North Shore. Attempts are being made to get her into deep water.

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Raid on a Gambling Den. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ADELAIDE, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Raid on a Crombliii^ Den. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDEHT.} ADELAIDE. Mav 17. , J The police made a successful raid on » gambling saloon kept by Frederick Whitfield, In Victoria Square, early on Sunday morn X capturing tlie principal and fire r gamblers.

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Cattle Speared by Blacks. LADY McGREGOR AT COOKTOWN. NEW BUSINESS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) COOKTOWN, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Cattle §peared by Bkeks. LADY McGKKSGOR AT COOKTOWN. NEW BUSINESS. (Br ELECTRIC Telegeaph ) (FROM OUfi OWN COBRESPO <DENT.) Cooktown, May IB. The blacks have been spearing a number of cattle at Breeza Plains, the property of Mr. Balser, and the native police at Laura,, consisting of eight boys, are eating their heads off, Constable Smith being unable to leave the camp, as Inspector Murray has taken the campkeeper on escort duty. The Government promised to establish a camp ab the Kennedy River, but this hae not yefc been done. Lady McGregor arrived by the Merrie England, and went south by the Arawatta. Mr. Philp and Mr. Bromley will visit Dinner Island to establish a business there.

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Death of Mrs. McBean Walker. BY ELECTIRC TELEGRAPH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) CROYDON, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Death of nrs. HcBeaai Walker. BR ELECTIRC TELEGKAPH. {FROJI OUK OWE" CORBESP0KDENT-) OEOYDGX, May 18. The wife of Mr. J. McBean Walker, manager of the Bank of New South Wales, died here this morning. Mrs. Walker was known to be ailing, but her death came somewhat suddently, and general regret is felt all over the field. Mrs. Walker leaves » little girl 4 months old. The funeral this afternoon was largely attended.

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Buried Alive. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] CROYDON, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Buried Alive. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FBOM OUK OWN CORRESPONDENTS.1 CKORDOK, MAY 15. Two men named Richard Kenneth ami Peter Kess, working in the Banner of Free dom claim, were putting in a drive, when, without warning, about 2 tons of earth slid down, completely burying them. They were quickly dug out. Kenneth's leg was badly broken, and liehad internal injuries, which, have proved fatal. Ness, who reeeived serious injuries, is in a precarious condition, but improving.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PORTUGUESE FINANCIAL CRISIS. LONDON, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

I ... . ' LONDON, May 16. The Portuguese Ministry has resigned, and the financial crisis con tinnes. The Cortes will discuss the Anglo »- Portuguese agreement next weeM.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BANK RATE OF DISCOUNT. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

JLoxbon, May 15. 1 ,It lias transpired that tlie increase in' the hank rate of discount is due to the unexpected withdrawal of ^&G0Q,OQ0 in gold for Bussia June. %

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INFLUENZA. LONDON, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

THE lOTLUENZA- 1 LOUDON, May 16. I Bisliop Moorhouse is suffering from influenza.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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