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Cloncurry Mining. (From the Advocate). [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
Cloncnrry mining:. (From the Advocate): We understand that in the case Bell v Watson and party, which was heard before die Warden the other week, and which he decided in favor of the defendants, an appeal has been taken to the District Court, which ib to be held here on the 9th of next month. Owing to the case, Sell v Watson and party having been appealed to the forthcoming District Court, the proposed trial crushing of tlie newly-discovered reef at the Etght mile, must be delayed for several weeks longer. This is unfortunate, as it would, to a great extent at least, have tended to settle the very varied opinions as to the richness of this reef. These opinions vary from half an ounce to the ton, to three or even four ounces to the ton. Several private teste were we believe, made last week by persons interested in yarious claims, and, in the opinions of those making them, they were considered highly satisfactory. But, to the majority of the investors, nothing but a good trial crushin...
The Vulcan Tin Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
t Tbe Vuic*n Hb Hiae. Willie die Great Northern Tin at HerbertonhasthelongeBtand best record of any in Anelxdia, ire believe we aie correct in safing tint a younger rival-the Vulcan at Irvinebank, is now paying the largest dividends. The secretary of the Vulcan Tin Mining Compuij, No Liability, Mr H. J. Armstrong, has sent us a report and balance sheet, which shows that during the last eight months they have cradled 2839tone 10cwt of stone for a yield of 472 tons 8cwt 3qrs 27ib of black tin. This, with the exception of about. 25 tons, has been sold, and realised, exclusive of carting and crushing expenses, £13,735 18s 8d, of which £8333 |6s 8d has been paid in dividends, £421 in dividend tax, and a cash balance carried forward of £1565. The sinking of the shaft has been continued another 76ft, making 150ft from the brace; a level has been put in at lOOEfc, and the lode cut at 120ft from the shaft; this drive was continued another 15ft before Beaching the winze, which was sunk 20ft t...
ROCHFORD [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
RQCHFQBD Capfian P.O. are busy in sfcopes on brown : gtone at'good quality, ,No.l Captain are resting on their arms; tbie p&rfcx has spent a great deal of time and money tarjing to find payable stone, bnt so farlnthoM;laytwmrnwtfpn for their labor: Commodore.-It is reported &lt;b»t this paite is crow-cutting for the back reef, bat as all information is carefully kept from Che public, it is uncertain wha& tbej are doing fiikdlei^ Gaatie.-It is gratifying to be able to sggmf; good praipects In'.- the mine. - X leiira 2Xt of gfctme caraying good gold inibe stopes, and on banging wall m titt eink tiuin Is a splendid reef carrying coarse and fine gold, quite equal to 8OE per' ton. If &vored witha pennitto inspect, I will give you a moretengthy description of this mine in my next mwtt ''?mdiin|ii abont to i«|inon stone ^om titeJUbibnlineof reef. ;. Robinson Crnsoe are still increasing the size of tiuir paddock, they wantto have' 50 I &e stoue liK^s ...
MONDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
MONDAY, ivavBt 8. The shaft st the Old Imperial Is now down 152ft. At the Cbxzington mine the shaft is down 130ft from the surface. The No. 7 North-east Queen has crushed 260 tons for700oe 12dwt. The tributors in Milletfc's Wellington have crushed 86 tone 18cwt ot stone for 162oz of ^g*ld. At Craven's Caledonu the reef in the No. 7 (the bottom) level is from 12 to 18in thick of good quality-stone. In die etopes above the reefis somewhat broken up. At Milleit'e Wellington the reefs in the various faces vary from 3 to ISin. For the fortnight 43 tons were raised, making 183 tons ar grass. At the No 1 N.F. Queen the faces are looking well, the reef varying from 6in to 3fr. During the fortnight 230 tons of stone were ra;aed.
TWO GIRLS ATTACKED. LONDON, AUGUST 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
TWO GIRLS ATTACKED. LONDON, AUGUST 4. The Hon J. G. Groschen's niece while walking1 in a field at Chisel hurst, was shot in the face by a la borer- A girl friend accompanying her, sustained concussion of the brain by ablow from the gun in the hands of the man who attacked them. The motive for the attack is unknown, and the man has been, arrested. IMPERIAL POLITICS. LONDON, August 4s. It is believed Mr Gladstone has satisfied the Nationalists leadtrs as to the nature of his Home Rale scheme. The Imperial Parliament met to day when the Sight Hon. Arthur Weliesl^y Peel, wae re-elected Speaker. Mr Justin Macarthy has been ap pointed Sessional Chairman of the Nationalists, assisted by the following committee-Edward Blake, Michael Davitt, Tim Healy, Thomas Sexton, W. O'Brien, John Dillon, and T. P. | O'Connor. Edward Blake, speaking to a Li beral Club, advocated a wide measure of Home Rule, said admitted the Im perial Parliament should be able to eospend the Irish Constitution. It would b...
TUESDAY, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
TUESDAY, August 9. The daft at the Victoria and Caledonia Slock is down 767ft. The shaft at the Hidden Treasure STo. 1 South is down 270ft. Mills Pay Dawn United has declared a dividend of 3d per share equal to £3760. The No. 7 North-east Queen has declared a dividend of 6d per 48,0.30th share, equal to £1200; the dividends for the first week of the month t tsl £9950. There is not much doing in the share market just now. School Reserves, on the strength of something good in Mills' United npar their boundary, have improved nearly 6) pot cent, for the week. Brilliant and St. George receded Is yesterday, and Victoria Blocks picked up nearly 6d. At the New Hidden Treasure the underlie is down 509ft from the surface. The reef in the sink is now Sin thick on one dde ofthp shaft. The reef in thestopes rones from 6!n to 1ft, and in the underhand stope tB 3ft 6In thick. During thefortnight 00 tonsofstone were raised, and there are now 250 tons in the paddock. An occasional correspondent from...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
Report aod Balance Sheet. fJIHE NO. T NORTH EAST QUEEN GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED THE Eighiii Half-yearly Meeting of Shareholders mt held at the Registered Office, Mosman-street, Charters T**wersr on SATURDAY, July 30th, 1892, at 8 p.m., Mr |T. Henderson, in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed. The Statement of Accounts and Balance Sheetwere received arid adopted. The retiring Directors, Messrs J. Henderson, «J. Tippett, A. Bowry, J. Rixon, St. Webbter, were re-elected; and Messrs. W- Henderson and N. Hodgson were also added to the s, Messrs R. Gibbon and II. Gardner were re-appointed. d^gCM«^DBnt8f«rlAiie TO THE SHAREHOLDERS. I&Djxg AJTD Gxkti,EMEN,-In presenting our Eighth Half-yearly Beporfc of r's affairs. we beg to congratulate the ahjuvholden on the prosperous .tato of % r, «s shown in the Abatement of accounts hereiritb. The mining operations havenofc so much purely progressive works as in the previous half year, as the mine is ia « nm liHi...
THE CENTRAL MINE AND BATTERY. YILGARN—(W.A.) The Central Mine and Battery, Yilgarn. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
THE CfiTSTRAI, MINE AND BATTERY. YILGARN-(W.A.) The Central Mine and Battery, Yilgarn. We give a sketch of the above, taken from the Australian Mining Standard Like all gold mining centres in West Australia, Yflgarn h*.i been boomed far beyond its deserts, and frith the lessons of the last six years before them, it is wonderful miners will go to a dry, inhospitable, barren country, where there is scarcely a payable mine and where the alluvial fields have invariably proved a delosion and a snare. Just now the directors of the Central -mine with others are attempting to reduce the wages to from about 10s downwards. This is cheerful for the men, who have to buy condensed water, and live generally like blackfellows, in a blackfellow's country. Happily not many men are affected. The reefe employ but few, and are not likely to improve. With, these facts before them North Q.ueenslanders will do well to believe there is no place like home.
Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
Managers9 Reports. HIDDEN TREASURE NO. 1 SOUTH. W- Kickard, manager, reports under date 8th. instant:-For the fortnight ending 6th August the contractors have sunk 13 ft, j malnng a total dep^h of 270 ft. The country ' consists of bine granite intermixed largely &lt;with diorite. Everything about the mine is in good working order. VI^TOBIA & CALEDONIA BLOCK. Michael Dunn, manager, reports under date August 8th. as follows : Fortnight report of work in your mine : The contractors have sunk 17ft for the fortnight, which makes a total distance of 767ft from su'face. The ground is still shooting well, there are two good heads to shoot from, one going down along tbe side of the shaft, and the other across it. DAT DAWK SCHOOL BESEBFE. J. Bizon, manager, reports under date August 6:-During the fortnight the under lie shaft has been sunk a further distance of 28 ft. Total from cross-cut* 74 ft. 'the country is softer and better for sinking. We j passed through, a small leade...
DENOUNCING NEW ZEALAND. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
DENOUNCING NEW ZEALAND. LONDON, Ausr«st 3. j The Investors% Me view, in an article entitled "Heavy-laden New Zealand," states the residents of New Zealand may regard a graduated tax: on real estate as emancipation from. t.h« ty ranny of land-owners, but the English investors will consider it confiscation, which more than neutralises the soothing1 effect of the policy of ab stention from borrowing. The tax has already done immense mischief, and wil! bear bitter fruit]; yet, it ap peared it was only by some such step the Government could bring the finances of the colony into a healthy condition.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892
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