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AS COMPARED WITH 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
AS COMPARED WITH 1891. Dividends July, 1892 ..£31,865 I'ividends July, 1891 f.. 19,359 Excess dividends July, 1892... ... 12,515 Tlividende seven months, 18^ ... 182,023 Dividends seven months, 1891 .. . 114,970 Excess seven months, 1892 ... ... ?7053 & ' s d Calls Joly, 1892 10.529 3 4 Galls July, 1891 6,687 0 0 \ ExcessettUs July, 1692 ... 3,642 3 4 Galls seven months, 1892 ... 77,418 6 8 Galls seven months, 1891 ' 48,067 10 O Excess calls seven months, 1892 ... 29,350 16 8 ISxeres dividends orer calls first seven months, 1892 104,605 0 0 ISraraawg dividends over calls fiiet seven months, 1891 66,902 10 0 Increased profit^ 1892 ... £37,702 10 O' The dividends, so liar, it will be seen, exceed those for the same period of 1891 by £67,053, and it is now certain the dividends jpr 1892 trill hugely exceed £300,000. Hie Witwatersrandt district (Johanne-s M produced 99426oz of gold in May lsst, against 64,673oz for May, 1891, and 38,884oz §r May, 1890. t or the first five monthB...
AFFAIRS IN MOROCCO. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
AFFAIRS IN MOfiOOOO. Ijondos, AticruBt 6. Mr Smith, the Consular Agent for Britain in Morocco, denies ihe bom bastic action attributed to him at Fez, and is annoyed at the invention of the reporters, ©f whose presence he was not aware. Parleyingas to the treaty is continuing, and Mr Smith is confi dent of success. BIGHT HOURS. LONDON, August 6. Adelegate meeting of cotton oper atives resolved to vote in future at trade union congresses for a legal eight hours day. ^ MS EARTHQUAKE. LOUDON, August 6. An earthquake has destroyed Costal Chiapa and 15,000 people have been rendered homeless. CHOLERA. LONDON, August 7. Twelve hundred fresh cases of cholera and 560 deaths occurred on 2nd August at Rostoff. An official bulletin in Russia for the first two ' days of August, reports 4100 seizures and over 2000 deaths. There is a violent outbreak at Teheran 7 and die disease is increasing in Poland.
Ravenswood Mining. (From the Mining Journal.) AUSTRALASIAN GOLD EXTRACTING Co. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
Rarenswood Wining. (From the Minieg Journal.) Apbtbat.aktait GW® ExTBACtmo Co. XiABT week I described the new furnaces which arenowbeifag erected bypBriui nitnpany and which die contractor, M1. TJ lifann; pecte to have ready for chaijg^g about the middle of nest month, twit thpreiwrpl«^ fibnges insidethe building, where I found* considerable portion of the previously vacant space filled by 5 large Icadiing Tate each about12 feet in diameter «nd 5 feet high. The dmnager, Mr. Bowie, informed me Hut after the orehss bee»«mffieiently roamed cooled it will go into tibe$e vate, fortiie e: ifthesilver^pnLent in the orein payable qnanf^it aleo wiUbew^tafcencare^. In fte past after the o e had, hem ground: roasted and chlorinated, "the dodge was stacked outside, but in future will be taken to an almost automatic fluice box (which it is intended to patent) where amy. tndeee gold which may hftve wiirfwi the nhlnrinn will be saved. 1 his will be a earing in labour alone of ipaite 10s a day to d...
TRIESTE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
TRIESTE. Things are looking a bit brisk in this dis trict and Messrs Dawes and Smith have de cided to make their battery equal for usefui - me- and economy to any on JJavenswood. They axe now erecting two new Berdan pans, have fitted the stampers with new shoes and are stamping away at anything and every thing that comes in their way. The large reef near the battery is being worked by them selves and M. Braby and being close to the will should pay well. The first crushings from *3vi« jee£ " The Trieste," yielded but 5dwt, the nest £dwt, and the mote recent one of a few weeks back 15dwt. It is the same reef which at a depth gave our JJavenswood townsman, Mr Barton, 4oz per ton. showing that it improves as it goes down. A. par'y of miners have decided to put an engine on the old shaft and continue where Mr Barton left off. The amount of ore is almost unlimited, consequently will be come a veiy valuable property. Mr Bessant, who is worsing a promising looking reef in a rise nearthe Can...
Managers' Reports. NO. 2 EAST SUNBURST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
KG. 2 BAST SUNBURST. Bavifl Christifi, manager, repoffa under date August 8rd: I beg to report work done during the fortnight ending August 3rd. The contractors hgTe rank your shaft» for* ther depth of 13ft, making ^ total depth sunk by the contitocton 103ft. Hie rod granite bar mentioned in Inst report was about 24ft thick. After getting through it *"* Into *ery hud cranite similar to that passed through before cutting the red granite bar. DA.X DAWS FBEBEOLD BXXBSDED; 3 A- Thomas, manager, reports for the fort night ending August 2nd.-Baring the past fortnight the contractors hare sunk your shaft a further depth of 17ft, miAing tb depth from the timbering down, 33ft; and ! the total depth from the surface 624ft 6in. The total distance siink by present contractors up to date is 140ft 6in. There is no material change in the ground to report on. We are still sinking through hard rediah grey granite country. Everything in connection withthe mine and machinery is in good condition and i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
T. B. B BAEUP k bOn filmrebrakers and Klinii^; Agents, \'S CHARTERS TOWERS? | | UflTKR AND £JOMPANY, LIMITED. SHAREBROKERS, GOX-STEBX, CHABTEBS TOWERS. J AS. A. GORRINGE, Stocft atffl Sfyace Bra&ET. MKITBKR ob THE STOCK: EXCHANGE . o* CHABTEBS TOWEBS, LnttTED, Mining, Financial aad Insurance LICENSED SURVEYOR, A RCADE, CHARTERS TOWERS, J. F. HINSCH, Member of Brisbane and Charters Towers Stock Exchanges, TSTOCK ASD SH ARE BROKE R, -gsHMitp, CHARTERS TOWERS. W. P. DAWSON &CO,, STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS ting fjgentd. All Mining Business promptly attended to, and Reports furnished. Absentees Mining or Land Interest^, attended to. W. X1. DAWSON Member of the Charters Towers Stock Exchange. > W. F. Dawson & ?O^ Q GKHI-BXEEET, CHARTERS TOWEBS. DWAN & RUSSELL, SHARES ROEERS. MINING Secretaries, HOUSE, LAND, INSURANCE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Trustees in INSOLVENCY. Member Charters Towers Stock Exchange ROYAL ARCADE. MOSMAN STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. J. ...
THE TIMES AGAIN. LONDON, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
THE TIMES AGADf. LONDON, August 5. The Times says that in rieSFof the trouble which has overtaken Australia, Sir George Dibbs cannot be surprised if he failed to persuade the Govern ment to allow trustees to invest in colonial securities. When Australians deal with labor, railways and finances, and commences a more statesman-like and straightforward way, it will be easy to persnde investors that the colonies are »ble to pay their debts. The financial measures resorted to in Victoria and Tasmania resemble those adopted by bankrupt Portugal, and were hardly creditable to great colonies.
THE NORTH Queensland Register. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
PUBLISHED WEEKXY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1892. Mr. W. C. Sims who managed the Queensland National Bank in Cairns five years ago is to take the management of the Bank of North Queensland at that place. DAK GALLES, a well-known packer in the Herberton District, was found dead there ; with his arm acd leg broken. He had evidently sustained a heavy fell from his horse. j THE Herberton Advertiser says :-A miner i named Gr. Henry was brought in from the Kueee l Birer on Tuesday, suffering from some internal complain'.. He was carried in ! from the field by a party of minere, who must have had a very hard job, as the dis tance is over 30 miles. The patient is pro gressing very well under the care of Doctor Bowkett, and will shortly be about again. T&E Cooklotvn Independent says:-On Fri day evening, at the Diggers' Arms Hotel, & Mr James Mac* onald, from Croydon, retired to rest about 11 o'clock, after witnessing the performance of " Never Despair" at the Town Hall, and short...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
HOTEL. FOB SALE. A CENTRALLY SITUATED HOTEL, J. G. BROOKS, having decided togive up business, wishes to ad > his ENTERPRISE HOTEL at Queenton. This house is on** of the best Hotel Investments in the North, ^ will be sold as a going coumsrn. It is centrally situated, being opposite to the Railway Station. Full particulars can be obtained on the Premises from the Propnetoc. J, G- BROOKS GREAT WESTERN HOTEL, H U O HT« WOE flf. fcHIS Large Building having just been recently completed, the Proprietor invites inspection from the Travelling Public. LOFTY AND WELL VENTILATED BOOMS. PLUNGE AND SHOWER BATHS. i*arge and Well Furnished Coflfee ICoom. CUISINE UNEQUALLED. SPLENDIDLY APPOINTED BAR. Only tlie Ite^t Brands of fUnes a««l Spirits M . MO W N E Y, The Vulcan Tin Mining Co.. Bio Immwrr A DIVIDEND, the fifth (5th) of Sue PENCB per Hbare, has been declared, vndwill be payable at the Company's Office, Irvinebattk, on SATURDAY, 20th August. P THE SUPREME «300&T OF .JL QUEENSLAND. ...