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SECRETARIES' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
SECRETARIES' REPORTS. We learn from the Secretary (a& Briglit,) that the manager of the Day Dawn So. 3 j West, left a piece of stone at the office on Friday which shows gold freely. The ! (Stone was obtained from one of the stopes I near the winze, between No. 7 and 8 level?. ! A. 3. FISHER reports as follows for the week ending, Friday, 6th March:-The slrniv market has been much quieter this week, and stocks generally have declined In price. In the instance of the Golden Gate, the drop has been very great, shares falling from Lis to 8s 6d. 1 he stocks of miiiefc adjacent to the Brilliant are also easier, bus this could have been expected, as the recent spurts have been caused by development® |ni the Brilliant itself, and shares advanced simply in consequence- Good progress, few ever, is making with the sinking of both the .Brilliant«ad St. 'Cte(g93g£fFnifced and - Brit luint Uloek shafts,\\tiie' United the contractors ate now ineetuig witlL floory country. * The Brilliant ^...
BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. BRISBANE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
BRISBANE STt CK EXCHANGE. BE'SBAKE. March 9. The following sales wfre effected Brilliant and Sfc, George I'nifceds at 8s 3d The following are the latest quotations: Golden Gate, b 8s Id, s 8s 9d . Q,aeen Cross Beef, b l0s3d, s lis 6d Queen Consolidated, b 2s 113s 2d Sunbursts, b 13e, e 14s Id Victory, b 43s, s 53s Ko. 7 KB. Q,ueen, b 4s Brilliant and Sfc George United, b 8s, s Ss 4d Brilliant Block, p.u., b iTe ld, s 18s 3d BJUiant Block, con , b 13s 6d
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, January 23rd, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
LONDON STOCK EXC «ANGE. I IiOSDOX, January 23rd, 1891. The following are the latest quotations for shares in Anglo-/ ustralian Mines : Australian Consols, b 9e, s Us Bonnie Dundee, b Is 9d, s 2s 3d British Broken Hill, b 3g., s 3 3-8tb d Coromandel, b Is 3 J, s Is 9d Cumberland Gold, b 2s Gd, e 3s Day Dawn Block, b 3s 9d, e 4s 3d Day Dawn P.C., b lis 6d, s 12s 6d Baglehawk, b Is 6d, e 2s 6d Etheridge United, b Is 3d, e Is 9d Gympie G. Crown, b 3s 9d, s 4& 3d Gympie Gfc. Eastern, b 6s, a 6s 6d Ironclad (9s 9d pd.) b Is, s le Cd Kaboonga (9s pd ) b 3d, a 6d Kwgariila, b ll-16ths, s 13 ICfchs Kapanga, b 2s 9d, s 3s 3d Miqas, i> 4$ 6d, s 5e 6d Mosman, b 2s 9d" s 3s 3d Mt. Morgan Extended, b Is, s Is 6d Mt. Shamrock, b Is (Sd, s 2s Uewr Queen, (19s 6d pd.) b 7s 6d, e&Odxd Port Philip (3s 6d pd.), b 3d, s 6d Queensland Smelting, b f, e 1 Scottish Australian, h 2£d, s 2|d Tasmanian Silver, b 9-16th, s 11-16th Weutworth Gold, par 1-Sth p.m.
MINING FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
MDTIXG FqE THE WEEK. im OUR MINISO REPORTER) 1 ^ THE first week of Marcli hm goae by imeveutfully, in mining' eireles. market ha» become ca^er, aaA spccnlafciori bOS SIQt - -"''#il« m run ing, and shares hare lowered considerably* Ko. 3 West, Day Dawn have been obtaining some heavy mineraL stone for some time past, 10 tons of which has been bagged and shipped to Maryborough for jfereafcmenfc. At tlie end of the week the manager of this mine repor ted getting a piece of nice mineral stone in the winze between Ko. 7 and 8 levels, with gold freely visible running through it. The Victoria G.M. Co is still. " crush ing. For a 7 days run she liad a partial cleaning up for 5I9oz. The Queen Cross Beef is still raising stone. Before crushing is started there is likely to be 70 J tone in the paddock. This claim is no^ putting out about 100 tons for the fortnight. The Brilliant is still turning out its average amount of stone. Everything is looking as well as ever in this mine Since striking t...
WARDEN'S COURT. SATURDAY. (Before the Warden.) GOLD FIELDS HOMESTEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
WARD EX'S CO CRT. SATURDAY. (Before the WarcLeu.) GOLD FIEtDS H03IESTKAIJS. 2027 -Tolm Summerfield, 4/Ja, Saudy Creek. Approved conditionally. 2028 W. "EL. Payne, 2r, on forfeited lease 977. Approved conditionally. 2029 0. A. Yaodersee, 2r, Rainbow Creek. Approved conditionally. 2'J30 P. MacPherson, 3&lt;i, Buchanan's Cjvek. Approved conditionally. 2031 Richard XIcliollsi, 2r. Adjourned one week, EXEMPTION FEOM WOsK. 587 Day Dawn 8fo. 6 west, 1 mouth total. Recommended by wire. 1250 Slew Grace Darliug. 1 month partial, 10 men instead of 20. Recommended by wire. . 691 St, G«orge Gr.M. Co., Ltd., 5 months partial, 5 men instead of 10. ljecoiumended. Towers Sill Tunnelling Co., 7 days total, (xranted. IJIACilHfE AREA. 167 J. R. Corte, la lor. Granted. The court then closed.
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
ATHLETICS. Averv successful meeting of atlilete was j field at Collins' Exchange Hotel OH Friday ev« ning,when *fr. Weldiug was voted to the chair After a little discussion it was uftinimously. j agreed to postgpne the sports till Thursday and Saturday-, 2nd and 4th April, and to keep tlie nominations open for a wek. Peck, should rally up and support the promoters of this class of amusement. i
THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
THE RIFLE. Yb\- KIFJLE BAX6EC.) I see that the Gyrnpie club did our boys bad. last Saturday week with lite terrible score of 824. beating us by eight points. As we all know. Gyrnpie has one of the best ranges in the colony, * and Charters Towers one of the 'worst. nevertheless, give the devil his due, the Gympie boys shot up well, and deserve every credit. All we want now 5s to meet ten or fifteen of them on the same range, with our best men, and 'die! tak' the liin'most." And what about- Brisbane ? A dirty hazy light and a very strong fish tail wind must be held accountable for the very " fishy " shooting done last ' aturday. Barring Elliott not one man out of 23 reached 80, although many of our best shots were on the job. The average, 74.8, was the lowest made for many mouths,, so the day must have - been a bad one, and reminded me of the time when the pick of T-jwnsville and ; Charters Towers failed to make 80. ] A match has been made between D and E > Companies, ten men aside...