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TOWNSVILLE TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

TOWNSVILLE TURF CLUB. AKNUJLL MEETING. Tlie following are tlie nominations for the above meeting: SEPARATION HAKDI3AP. Refused Old Scrubber Bendigo Abundance Tattler Messenger Maid of Leeds Mexican. Harvester G-arryowen Traitor Confidence Miss Consequence TP A.PLIN MTLE. Refused Cato Harvester Bendigo Traitor Confidence Maid of Leeds Lady Sue Leon Donovan Abundance Messenger Miss Consequence Barton Blink TOWKaVtLLE cup. Sunlight Roue Leon Groldenstone Gildiu Ralston Mozok Barton Blink Lurline John Feel Harvester Donovan The Broker Toomba Ivanhoe TOWU PLATS. Roue Sunlight Lurline John Feel Leon Harvester Goldetistone Donovan. Ivanhoe Barton Blink Oildus The Broker Ralston Tattler Toomba Confidence Morok Maid of Leeds LADIES' BRACELET. My Lady Sue Messenger Toomba Maid of Leeds FABHWEM HANDICAP. Coo gee Confidence Itfnid of Leeds Toomba Mies Consequence (BF BL8CTBIC TBLBOB1PH.) (FROM OCB OWN OOBRESPOKDEinrs.) Sydnbt, May 21. There was very little speculation reported, on the principal...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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DERBY BETTING. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

i'3jf»niDl&:3fl&W3!». I 4 ^ . Obotbos, May 15. ; The iiominations for the Tabletop races jelosetl Flying Handicap 14, and Table top handicapII.

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THIRD DAY. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) HUGHENDEN, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

THIRD BAY. *« .., f ' - .. L*BT ETECTEIO TELEGRAPH.) (FBOM arm. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) HUGTHENDEN, May %2. The following are the results of Saturday's racing; EAJXWAY PLATE-7 furlongs. Mr. A. Shaw's b g Tattler, by TfortSi Star, 4jtS, Set lOlbs ... .... ... 1 Mr.W. Carter's n 8 b g, Applause, 5yrs Ssfc 8lbs ... ... ... ... 2 Mr. J. D. 0'Leary*s b g Castaway, aged, 7st71bs ... ... ... ... B Oilier starters : Caunamulla, 8sfc Tibs; Sunbeam, 8st 13lbs; Jessamine, 7st 81bs; Bluey, 6st Tibs. Won easily. Time, ltniii 32^secs. THE WELTER. Mr. H. Stuart's g g Biclimoiid Grem, by Grandmaster, aged, lOst ... ... I Mr. Frith's ch g Blazeaway, aged, 9st 'l2Ebs. ... ... ... 2 Mr. P. Xilson's b g Visor, aged, 8st 13lbs 3 Lady Sue also ran. Won by two lengths. THE BBCOVEEY PI.ATE.-1 mile and a furlong. Mr. A Shaw's b g Tattler, by North Star, aged,8st91bs ... ... ... ... 1 Mr. E. JL Russell's b m Jessamine, 3 yrs, 7st 51b... ... 2 Mr. &. L. Chirnside's h g Cunnamulla, . aged, 8st 7lb ... ...

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TOWERS QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY RACING CLUB. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

TOWERS QUEER'S BERTH DAY EA.C ma CLUB. AK38TVE SSAEY MEETING*. The -following acceptances hare been de clared:- : FLTIXG HANDICAP. sfc lb sb lb Messenger .... 7 4 Vampire ... 6 7 Bendigo ... 7 13 Abundance ... 6 7 Old Scrubber 7 8 Castaway ... 6 7 WEMEE HANDICAP. Tattler ... 10 2 Sunlight ... 8 12 Ghanyowen ... 9 12 The Broker ... 8 7 Cunnamulla.,. 9 12 Jessamine ... J8 7 Toomba ... 9 12 Samson ... 8 O Afghan ... 9 O queer's bibthday HANDICAP. Grildus ... 9 3 Cunnamulla... 7 4 Leon 7 8 SHORTS HANDICAP. Messenger'... 8 0 Old Scrubber 7 12 Castaway ... 7 5 Vampire ... 7 2 The Broker... 7 2 Saladin ... 6 10 Foxhunfcer ... 6 10 Abundance ... 6 10 Bally ... 6 7 SOCIETIES HANDICAP. Gildus ... 9 4 Cunnamulla... 7 4 Ivanlioe ... 8 5 Toomba ... 7 2 Bendigo ... 7 10 Faug-a-Balla'h 7 0 Loon ... 7 9 MEKEBS, PCKSE. Tattler ... 7 13 Garryowen ... 7 7 Sunlight ... 6 9 Samson ... 6 7

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

fiiljl I^TttUlg A^Ettciaiiron 'yrili ; show," all being well, onthe29th and 30th of June, and it lias been suggested that in connection wiih. it the Travelling Dairy,which much useful knowledge as to cheese ancl hotter nfflMng amongst the selectors and daiiy farmers in many of the districts of, North Queensland, .< should be asked to make one of the attractions that combine to bring to shows the attendance of the general public. The idea is a good one, and we are glad to learn that the committee have taken the necessary steps to secure the presence of the dairying experts., They are in com-1 munication with the Department of Agriculture with the object of ascer taining whether it wilibe practicable for the dairy to come here at the time of the show. We trust the answer will be a favorable one, because we can see a probable good result . from its arrival and valuable instruc tion. The importance of a good supply, of cheese and butter can hardly - be overrated, and as to th...

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SAVED FROM MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

SAVED FSOM MISERY. Mrs Fanny Dent, wife of a gentleman, employed in the Lambton colleries, kindly allows us to publish, tke following facts of her interesting case and wonderful recovery, which we gather from liercorrespondence, and which we will be glad io allow anyone to peruse who wishes to do so. Mrs Dent has been in a state of extreme f'ebility for twelve years, frequently quite uj: 'jle to do any work, the lightest kind cau; great fatigue, with: severe pains in tlxe .n.ibs, back, and left side So severe was the pain that she would have <0 sit or lie down frequently. Walking exer cise was very trying and she could only walk very slowly. She had long seen Clements* Tonic advertised, but lite many more people, her-husband was prejudiced against " patent medicines," but (now we use her own words) " I knew someone who had tried Clement's Tonic, and I decided to get a bottle on the quiet and say nothing about it if it did me no good. The effect I thought something wonder ...

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The Employment of Electricity in Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Tlie Employment of ti'icity In Mines. The complaint that the world is growing too old is apt to find its ap plication in mining as well as in most other things. Our predecessors have '* picked the eyes out" of too many of the most valuable mineral deposits, for mining in the future to be what it has been in the past; and if mining in futuro is to be a profi table industry, it must be made so by the aid of every possible appliance for extracting the utmost value out of the low grade and refractory ores. Our ancestors have been so long en gaged in exhausting the world's sup plies of rich and easily treated mineral that comparatively few of such wel come sources of wealth remain. As a consequence, there is no other in dustry moire ready to give a hearty reception to new processes and im proved appliances than mining. It is not, therefore, wonderful that the : electricial transmission of power, af- ? fording as it does the means of. uti lising cheap sources of power in the; most conveni...

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A Russian Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

A Russian Murder. In Paris lately the trial has taken place of a young Russian, an officer, | M. Bartenieff, aged 22, for murdering one of the most celebrated artistes of the Polish dramatic stage, Miss Mary Visnovsky, in Warsaw. Last Jnne Miss Visnovsky, an actress in the hey day of her- beauty and talent, hap pened to attract the attention of this young Bartenieff one night at the theatre. Having obtained an intro duction to tiie lady Bartenieff soon remarked that she was surrounded by a large circle of admirers, many of whom appeared to be pretty well advanced in her good graces- Being full of vanity, and perhaps, really in love, Bartenieff proposed marriage to the actress, who, being over 30, and knowing full well that none of the others would ever marry her, con sented to become his wife. But Barte nieff parents, rich and influential people in Russia, never would have given their consent to their son's marriage with a per son known for her light conduct and numerous flirtations...

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The Strike and the Wya Out. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

The Strike aauft Hie Way Out. UKDEE the above heading a letter appears in the Brisbane Courier, of 12th inst, signed by Zachary Pearee Pccock. as follows :-Sir, One is accustomed to hear «o much of the the freedom which is said to exist in these democratic colonies that the present attitude of labor unions is rather puzzling. Certain persons in these free countries haveeheep, and wish to pay certain other persons for shearing them in order that they may sell the wool and get money to maintain them selves and those depending upon them, «nfl are willing to pay afair price for this shear ing. But certain other persons say, " No; you shall Hot shear your sheep unless you first bind yourselves to obey rules which we, in our owri ' other persons who, in the exercise of their rights as fiee men, hare agreed to shear yoursheep, shall not be allowed tb do iso, and ifwe cannot prevent them from doing so bypersuaeion we| will do it by force and willburn and destroy your property so that you sh...

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Police Intelligence. MONDAY, APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

I Police Iiitelligeii ce. j + MONDAY, APRIL 18. THE following cases were dealt with at the Police Court oil Monday before Messrs E. H. Ayton, Greo. Canny, E Pliillipson and B. Kirkbride, J's.P.: P. Maker, disorderly con duct in Mosman-street and obscene language, adjourned for one week. George * Little obscene language, fined £3 or 14 days in the lock-up. The following summons eases were also heard: Simeon Bird r. Mrs. Griffiths alias Evans destruction of property. Mr. L. W. Marslarid appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr.Milford for the defence. The case was withdrawn. A counter summons be tween the same parties, in which Bird was accused of using obscene language, was dis missed, In the case of the Singer Manufac turing Co. v. Wallen, illegal detention, a nonsuit was given, with leave for the plain tiff to come again. W. Lorry v. Isabella Gllancy, a summons for assault and. battery, was dismissed with costs. Inspector-of Mines v. John Padjield, breach oi' mining regulations, in not p...

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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] LONDON, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

lAJNDGN STOCK EXCHANGE. [JPBOIE OTTB OWK COBSGSFOIDESI.] LONDON, April3. The following are the latest quotations for shares in Anglo-Australasian Mining Com panies: Australian Consols, b 2d,s 2Jd Bonnie Dundee, b 4s 3d, 8 4b 9d Bl^ub Broken Hill, b 2£d, e 2fd C&ixttnandel, b6d,s Is Cumberland (fold, b Is, s ls6d Day Dawn Block, b 9s 9d, s 10s 3d Day Dawn P.C. b 10s, 8 lie fiacLehawk, b 2s* 6 8s itliendge United, b Is 3d, e Is 9d Gympie Oo. Crown, b 3s fid, e 4b Gympie 6t Eastern, b 7e 3d, e 7s 9d Ironclad {fy. pdL) b IsSd, els 9d Ksboonga (9s pd ) b ltd, s 4|d gnngariHa, b 15-16the, s 11-16&S J^pangB,b2s3d, s 2e 9d IGoas, b 3s,» 4s MbBman,b3s, s3s 8d Mount Leyehon, b Ss 6d, e 6s 6d Mwmt Itoigetu Extended, b Is 3d, e ls9d WDfc. Shamrock, b 6d, 8 Is Hew Queen, {Ids 6d pi) b6s6d, 87e Port Philip (4b p<L),bGd,e9d Queensland Smiling, b f, s | Scottish Australian, b 2,e 2i Wenjbwortli Propiy,-b 7-16tJis, s 916ths pm.

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BRISBANESTOCK EXCHANGE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) BRISBANE, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

B RISBANESTOCK EXCHANGE. [BY ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH.]. (FBOM OPB OWK COBHESPONDENTSO BEISBAJTE, May 21. 3Che following are the latest sales: Wo. 4A West Day Dawn. 4s 4d, 4s 5d, 4s 3d, 4s 3|d, 4s 4d, 4s Sfd, 4s 2§d : Queen Consolidated,'4s 2d; Brilliant and St. George. United, 13s 5d. Tiie following are the latest quotations: No. 4A West Day Dawn, b 4s 2d, s 4s 5d Golden Gate, b 8s 9d, s 9s 3d Queen Consolidated, b 4s Id, s 4s 3d Sunburst, b 23s 9d, e 24s lOd New Grace Darling, b 8d, s lOd Mills' United, b 9s Brilliant and St George United, b 13s 3»d, s 13s 6|d Brilliant and Worcester and Victory United, s lis No. 2 SJE. Daj Dawn, e 2s 9d No. 1 East Sunburst, b Is 101, s 2b 3d

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Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

VHe Tatte&t Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS BTOCK EXCHAZfGE. EVENING CALL. Quotations for21stMay, 1891: Band of flope,b 9s 6d, jb lis, sales 100 at 10s Bnllivnt aiid Worcester and Victoiy. b 30s 3d, e 10s 5d, sales 100 at 10s <5d, 100 at 10s 5d, 400 at, 10s 4A. Charters Towers Pyrites, b 3s 9d, s4s fid Hay Dawn No. 3 West b Is 4d, s ls8d ,Day Dawn, No 4i W, b 4s, e 4a 2d, sales . 300at 4s ! jtfolden Gate, b 9s 3d, s 10s Hidden Treasure, b 2s 3d, e 2s lOi Home Bole, b 7d I Kelly's Queen Block, b 8s 6d, s 9s 7d Jbady Maria, b 3a 9 i, 8 4a 6d f Mills United, b 9b 9d, e 10s, sales 300 at 9s 3d ' ' " Muldira con., b 4s 6d | Mcddira, p.u, b 6s 9d,s 8s Hew Grace Darling, b lOd, s lid, Sales 1,500 at 10d, 650 at 10|d Kew.Towere Extended, b 3d. s 5d No. 6 Queen, b Is 3d, e Is 4d, tales 450 ait Is 4d No.'7 EM. Queen, b 8s 9d, b 9s 6d 17o. S S.BL Day Dawn, b le lOd,e 2s 2d Queen Cross Beef, b8s9d, s9s6d Qoeen Consolidated, b 3s 8d, a 3s lid, sales 500 at 3s 9d Sonth East Brillia...

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"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

'msrnm Nome of Company. Band of Hope - tH, Brilliant Gr. ML Co.... Ditto .contributing im *». Bonnie Dundee .mmm ' .** Brilliant and Worcester and Victory Caledonia P. C. p. h. ... - Ditto contributing !.« Chaafeis Towere Pyrites ... Ditto ditto p. n. to 5/ Charters Towers Gas ... ... "=^^09ConneU ly Dawn. STo. 3 West ... ... ... Ditto ditto p. n. to 10/ Day Dawn No. 4A West (issued p. n. to 10/- ... ... V* -?* Day Dawn Ho. 4S West ... ... ... Day Dawn So. 5 West ... ... ' ... Day Dawn So. 6 West Day Dawn Schoo Eraerve p. n. ... ... Ditto ditto contributing... Day Dawn P. G. ... ... Golden Grate Treasure and Mount Lady Maria Home Rule p. il. to 10/- ... ... Kelly5 Caledonia ... Kelly's Queen Block ? Iiady Maria... Moeman Mills Day Dawn United ..k - ... Milliean Caledonia... Sew Iron Duke New Imperial ... 2fortli Queensland Pyrites contributing... ? Ditto ditto p. u.... ... Sew Grrace Darling So. 7 Sortli East Queen JSo. l East Sunburst Sew Towers Extended Sew Livingstone ... So. 6 Q...

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News [?] Cunnamulla. CUNNAMULLA, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Hfews Horn CiitiiuimiilKa. CuKXASfCXXA, May 20. j There lias been, great activity in tlie union camp. Eighty-five mounted men started out yesterday, many going up towards Charle ville to pack rations from Mack's Creek. Small parties also proceeded towards Widgeegoara Greek and Barringun, it is sup posed, to compel tlie men at outlying camps to obey the order to deposit their tickets with the chairman of the Control Committee. The Defence Force men and police are fol lowing these scouting parties. A patrol tinder Captain King, Mounted Infantry, escorted several teams and mobs of travelling cattle near Tego Springe, until they mere safely across the border. A police filiation has been established at W©oroorooka with four men, and the Hungerford police has been reinforced by six men, the Eulo police by two, and the Cunnamulla police by three men, all of whom are well armed with, carbines and revolvers. The Police Magistrate recently visited Eulo and swore in six special constables for ...

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

Cttg ©ental Unstitute. (ESTABLISHED 1885.) Air. jr. wmKiarsox, Eng-» SURGICAL DENTIST, . OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, Gill Street. , CHARTERS TOWERS. - TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. - ; ME. WILKINSON can be Consulted Daily. Complete Sets of Teetli on I Gold supplied from £15 15s.; on Vulcanite, from £8 8s. Teeth, filled with. Gold Amal gam and Cement Stoppings. Xeetli Carefully Extracted for S/O. N.B.-Regulation of Children's Teeth a Speciality. PLEASE Note THE ADDRESS : Opposite Post OfELce, GrILL STREET. DAVID MISSINGHAM, IHiiiiu^ Surveyor & Engineer, COURTHOUSE CHAMBERS, GrILL-ST., CHARTERS TOWERS. Applications under Groldfields and Lands Acts tended to. Plans of all descriptions prepared. Ml ARSLAND & jy^ARSLAKD, Solicitors, Gill-st; Charters Towers, Wiefcham-st-, Towiisvitte Wjm W. HAJRSI-AXI*, I 2fOT ABIES «J. JHARSLAJTO, \ PuB"C" ^ LAN jg jg RIGHT, Sharebroker & Mining Agent, CHARTERS TOWERS. ! ? Mil-TISTEY. MR. W. H. DREUX, Surgeoiti Dentist,I Hon. Dentist, ...

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Affairs at Rockhampton. ROCKHAMPTON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Affiiirs at Roekliamiiton. I Bockhampxon, Mav 20. I The conspiracy trials were resumed to day. The jury returned to Court at 10 a.m , and the foreman announced that they found the defendants Fry and Ryan not guilty, and all the other defendants guilty on each and every count of the information, but it was the jury's unanimous wish that His Honor should be as lenient as possible. His Honor: Give me your reason. The foreman; We have not considered that. His Honor: So your recommendation arises only out of a sort of Christian feeling. You dont like so see the defendants hurt. I am always glad to have the advice of a jury, but unless the jury have considered it, I always think it is better that they should stack to their business and let mc stick to mine. I am a Christian as well as your selves, and I will bear in mind what you have said. His Honor then dis charged the defendants Fry and Byan, and in doing so said: " Let me give you a word or two of advice as from one man to another. It...

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THE NORTHERN Minining Register. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1891. Conspirators' Sentences. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

THE NORTHERN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ^ SATURDAY, MAY 23a 1891. Conspirators' Sentences. THE remarks made by Mr. JUSTICE HARDING^ from the bench of the Rock ham pton Supreme Court on Wednes day last, when sentencing the con spiracy prisoners, will do more to put an end to the Shearers' Strike than anything that has occurred since it commenced. The decision of the juiy was a triumph of mind over matter, and will, for years, redound to the credit of the city in which twelve men could be found, who, though placed in a delicate position, possessed suffi cient moral courage to discharge their duty faithfully and fear lessly. It was no concern of theirs what sentences the judge would pass on the prisoners. They were to say whether the prisoners were guilty of the crimes with which they were charged or not. Our readers are aware of the verdict they returned and the nature of the sentences passed on the convicted men by JUDGE HARDING. In passing sentence on the prisoners the fudge referred to the ...

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SPORTING NEWS. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

?» T y- " . . ... ?_ - . -ffl&r) - im'l.. ;. ? ??* nm.£^4s: itimmsfk tomrBhs:' ? j>25 Towers Queen's Birthday Bw ' " .. r : May 23/25,30:-Q.T.C. Autumn Meeting. May 29:-Muifebnrra. - 4,5t-Gloneurry Annual, j: 'Junel8,19:-Townsville .Annual. Weights May29 : acceptances and general entries t J. aTpse 17, 18!N"ormanton Annual. y i 3itoe 35, 26:-Maryborough Annual. 3i:<3uly"2, 3 .-Towers Annual. Nominations for handicaps June 9; weights June 20 ; ^wx^ptanees and general entries June 25. July 9, 10:-Bavenswood AnnuaL July 2,3 : - Croydon Annual. July 8, 9 :-Bockhaxnpton Annual.

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DYNAMITE EXPLOSION IN AMERICA. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

DYNAMITE EXPLOSION" IN AMERICA. IiONDON, May 20. A railway waggon, conveying dynamite at Farrytown, near New York, exploded 30 Italian navvies were blown to fragments, and 25 others were injured. The engine driver and stoker were blown into the river.

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