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Billing News. BY TELEGRAPH. COOKTOWN, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

Billing UTews. ] BF THLBGRA.PH. . Oooktowv. AllgUBt 3. .1 _ ? Several claims at the Annan tinficlds axe showing splendid tin. The Native Youth Tin <5O. hare neatly completed blast ing the tail-race through the granite bar, and trill open op the ground in absutten days COOKTOWW, August i The lift daam at llaytown on which an enormous sum of money has been spent, is bring pumped ont,and isto get anothw pros pecting. ICOKTALHKMT, August 4. Ik VulcanTin Hiding Company, Irvine bank bu declared a fifth dividend of 6dper dnn^eqoal to £1100. i ^ ^ Gtia^^Kms, Angust^^ flWMBipirar, August 8. fSbe application few* luro-acte lease oathe Sematiiiw northern boundary, by Mewnn Back and partly was adjourned at Hie Warden's Cbut to-day till September 6th, as an objection had been lodged. Back still contends that Jbhn<<on has struck a rich j fntcii of gold in a ref found in the Sensa tion claim, and says the reef was stripped for 6ft, and three gads were put in, when ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

^ -vfinuS. I0^>a peppK± SSifti'J ':' 1892. Fat cattlei 291 yarded:. Kune^fld.: TBnCed about 5B ; best bollockfi made £4 to £4 12sM;«xfans,£5to £5 5b ; two special bal locks, £5 15s and £7; good £3 5B to £3 15?; ' light weights, £2 7B ?d to £210s ; best cows £2 7B 6d to £3 i extras, £3 7s6d to£4 2s 6d tforone) ; inferior, 15B to 27a 6d. We sold 45 bullocks from Fasnfera at from £8 5e to £7; averaging £4 5s 8d; account Peter Thompson, Trivenhoe, 28 bullockB, to £4; i averaging £3 9s 6d, and 16 cows to £215s, averaging £2 6b 3d; and on account of Bacon j and t'o, 32 bullocks, to £4 5B averaging £ i 18? 6d. Pat sheep:-2340 penned; market very dull at last week's rates, especially for medium and inferior; about 200 being held oVbt; best merino wethers 7b to 8s 3d; fexifras 9s 3d to 10s 6d; good 5B 6d to 6s 6d; inferior, 3B 9d to 4B 3d; best crossbred wethers 9s, extras lis 6d; we sold on account of Bowenville estate 300 merino weathers at, from 7s 6d to 108 6d; averaging 8s 5d, top 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

WM. NEILSON'S AMERICAN ART STUDIO, OPPOSITE SCHOOL OF AETS, MOSMAaS^TEEET. CHABTEBS TOW12B8. omnia Fortrnti of erMr aBKrinhm f» life Sum in Water The BRILLIANT Mot MART. T? * Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, lately carrying on business in Mosman-Btreefe, wishes to announce that he is now established in those newlj .erected, large, and commodious premises situated just below the Sunburst Hotel, Gill street, T respectfully policato a continuance of tine patronage of Ills old friends and customers. chop is well stocked with a carefully selected and varied assortment of Ladies, Gents, and Chlldrens Soots, Shoes, and Slippers, imported direct from the manufacturers and for .ftfi purpose of establishing and maintaining a lasting connection with the residents of the two oenfcres (the Towers and Queenton) these goods are all new stock, and will be sold at the most seaaopabter prices possible to make room for others to arrive. E. Nicholas cannot give away twei^by half-jspyesreignsjbut he cangi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

Registry IJffice AND Sermnte Home. MRS J. J. RYAN, MmnMufawit. Ito Mao's Bfotd, Charters Towers. Hiits Bian also keeps a latgestoek of Groceries, &c, ? Drapery, Fancy Goods, and. yVovUIKiwf J f School Books as recommended tobe used in Schools by Queensland jjjflnrsiiaon Department. MRS H EC KE Ft. (Late of Melbourne.) Redmond Terrace* CHARTERS TOWERS, (Opposite Salvation Army Barracks.) received for Accouchment. First Class Attendance and Accommodation. WILLIAM A, ACKERS AMD CO. Established 1874. STOCK & STATION AGENTS, Auctioneers, £ harebrokers, COMMISSION, FIRE, LIFE, a*i> MARINE INSURANCE AGENTS. Agftnts for Absentees. Members Townsville Stock Exchange. . Agents for North Queensland for the NORTH BRITISH & MKKCAKTffiE INSURANCE Co., I TD. Authorised Capital, £3,000,COO; Subscribed Capital. £2,750,000 sterling. I ' Agents for LANGLhYS WOOL PRESS, and the SOMERSET NURSERY, PARR AM ATT A. P Jlechtutiad Engineer^ GUNSMITH, &c." &C-, GILL ST...

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"He will never be without it while there's a Shot in the Locker." [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

He will never be wittout it wiiile ibere*s a Shot in the liockep." Sir. A. Rrsbeli, Minre, Top Bingara, N. 8 W., writes as follows; Dear Sir'-Tt is with the greatest pleasure th^t I bear testimony to the wonderful effects of Clements Tonic. I hare been a great sufferer from Liver Complaint. for the past 18 months, scarcely able to work, the least exertion causing gr^at fatigue. I did not know what to do with myself, 1 felt «o miserable; I had no appetite, a chi'd eould ha^e eaten more than I did. One day a friend eave toe one of Clements Medical ?hrid*«, and there I t«d how Members of Parliament and other influential people had been thoroughly cured by Clements Tonic* and I reasoned, "If 4 laments Ton;c cured them, it will cure me." I made up my mind to give Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills a fair and honest triaL I biew it was my last r source, and remember I am only giving you a tme and faithful statement of mr case. *uch as an honest man should give. My eyesight got so ba * th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

J. J. CONNOLLY. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE BOOT DEPARTMENT, I beg to notify to the Public that I have just received BO ^ mm mm® OF ASSORTED BOOTS AND SHOES. Direct from England, and am now in a Position to Sell Ladies' Gent's and Children's Boots and Shoes in every particular, AS CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE IN THE COLONY The Assortment Consists chiefly of BOSTOC ICS * v who are the Best Mamifaetnrers of Ladies' Boots and Shoes in Great Britain, and for the Sale of which W# SITS IBS §eing % ©it(ti Jirerf ;§tigers on Charters ®otora of tjiis pnt. BOSTOCKS' BOOTS ARE GRAND. BOSTOCKS' BOOTS ARE REALLY GOOD! BOSTOCKS' ARE GENUINE I BOSTOCKS' GSET'S SH00TSK6 SHOBS, A SPECIALITY! CONTINENTAL-Also, about 20 TRUNKS °* Assorted Boots and Shoes from the Best Continental Manafacturexs, -Tlie Colonial Leather Boots and Shoes are chiefly of James Hunter's J.BL BOOTS and FEDERAL. We have A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS %m ot©gk rwsf? sr&wi And a Liberal Discount will be made to LARGE PURCHASERS. jf_B...

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THE STRIKE AT HOMESTEAD. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

THE STRIKE AT HOMESTEAD. -LONDON, Auerust 6. At Homestead the strikers have virtually broken down, and Du quesne's men return. !jONO SENTENCES. LONDON, August 7 Twelve of Jagei's accomplices have been sentenced tosix years' imprison ment. PENSION SCHEME CON DEMNED. LONDON, August 6. The high court of Foresters sitting at Ipswich, condemned Mr Chamber lain's pension for old men's scheme. THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION. LONDON, August 6. Sir Charles Dilke proposes early nest session a motion to neutralise Egypt under a European guarantee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

ALWAYS USE IT IS THE BEST. Sold by all Grocers in the North. Procurable through all Merchants. :o: BE SURE YOU BUY Royal Baking Powder. This Baking Powder is now acknowledged to be the Best Brand in the Market. Procurable through all Storekeepers and Merchants. R. W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. INSIST UPON HAVING This COFFEE is cele brated for its EXCELLENT FLAVOR. All Grocers keep it; also to be had from, all Mer chants. Packed by the CRESCENT PACKING COMPANY. FRENCH COFFEE. The ORIGIN AX has a Red, White and Blue Striped Label. BEWARE OF IMTXATIOKS. This is the only French. Coffee prepared upon the original receipe. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Procurable through all Merchants. £ TcftfI w <§??©. ©TO&mi 5o*we"5 R. W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. The Crescent Packing Com pany's PEPPERS, ORANGE BLOSSOM, SPICES, HONEY are the Best in the Market. Take no ither. The Original FRENCH COFFEE has a Red, White and Blue Striped Label. It is the Brat. Take no otbe...

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THE CARNEGTE STRIKE. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

THE CARNEGTE STRIKE. LONDON, Ansrost 6. Three thousand workmen at Stnde broken Wagon works have struck be cause Carnegie works material is being used there.

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Northern Supreme Court. MONDAY, August lst. Before Mr Justice Chubb. IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

northern Supreme Court* MONDAY, Atrecer let. Before Mr Justice Chubb. IN CHAMBERS. Burev liehy, Summons forfinai judgment; Mr Lea for plaintiff, Mr Maenaughton de fended. Order.-Leave to defend; costs to be costs in the ease, Dalj v Hopkins and wire. Summons for direetionB ; Mr Maenaughton for petitioner, Mr Len for defendant, Mary Hopkins. Mr Maenaughton applied fir l^ave to amend sum mons by striking out *' for further direction®." Allowed by consent. Mr K. Selwyn Smith here said he appeared for defendant, John Hopkins. His Honor ruled : Gould not be heard, as judement had been given by default against his client. No order on this sum mons. Hopkins v Hopkins -Motion for directions as to mode of trial. W. Boss for petitioner. Order as per motion for trial on the 24th August at 10 a.m. In re V O, Murray Presley, of Croydon, insolvent, Motion to stay proceeding? pend ing negotiations for a composition. Mr Beaumont for Alfred Shaw and Co., one of the creditors. Order: Upon the Officia...

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

TTTESDAY, AUGUST 2ND. Debtor's petition by Arthur Edward Face, of Charters Towers, ho t impo ter, for ad judication of insolvency. Mr O'Ma'ley for petitioner Older -accordingly; let meeting lOfck A-uguefc, statement 9th August.

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AN AGENT-GENERAL'S TROUBLES. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

AN AGE N T-G ENERAL'S TROUBLES. LONDON, Auensfe 6. The Hon. James Monro, Agent General for Victoria, has returned to London and written to the liquidators of the Land Credit and Real Estate Bank. He says it is impossible for him to pay the £37,000 he owes in Cji^ls, and if he « n'y considered his persona! interest and peace of mind be would return to Melbourne, become insolvent, and as a result the liquida tors would get nothing, as he has no available assets, owing to the shrink age in values. All his real and personal property w«s mortgaged to the bank long before the call of the Seal Estate Bank wag contemplated. If the Bank were williog to wait for better times, he hoped eventually that his estate would show a substantial surplus. Towards the calls he was "willing to devote all his savings for the liquidators, and he placed himself unreservedly in their hands. If they deemed it was their duty to press for immediate payment, and intimated the. same to him in an official letter, h...

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THREAT TO MURDER. LONDON, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

THREAT TO MURDER J Ijondos, August 7. The Anarchists in Paris are circu lating 100,000 placards, directing the extermination of the judge and jury who condemned Etavachol and other anarchists.

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DOES THE PUNISHMENT FIT THE CRIME? LONDON, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

DOES THE PUNISHMENT PIT THE CRIME? LONDON, Augrast 7. An infernal machine destroyed a part of Pigott's hotel, at Limerick, owing, it is said, to the landlord vot ing for the Tories. A YACHTSMAN'S BOAST. LONDON, August 6. The Emperor William considers his yacht, the Meteor, the fastest yacht in the world, though it has suffered four defeats owing to the time allowance. Re says it was all lack.

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A DEFAULTER. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

A DEFAULTER. LONDON, August 6. Rothschilds1 defaulting Frankfort cashier, Buger, was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment.

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

1 i WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. In re Bill of Sal», No 189, Book 31, (Bris bane Begietiy) ; M. F. Grace to P. Aiebett, &pplica ion. Application to extend time for filing renewal. Mr I#eu for P. Aiebett, bill of Bale holder. Order as per application; ex tend time to 12th inst. In re Thomas G'Doheitr, insolvent. Ap plicationto examine (he insolvent before the 1 police magistrate, at Croydon, and for produc j lion of document. Mr Beaumont for the | official trustee. Order accordingly for the | 15th *agouati. | In re Leonard Hartwell, Towneville, con . tractor. Debtor's petition for adjudication of insolvency, Mr Selwyn Smith. for peti tioner. Order accordingly. Firet meeting 37thin6t, statement of affaire 16tih inst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

*4KSUXMfli <8111111 Hf3N ?Na3H9 V. NOSdlAIOHJ. /[faianaS or^qnd aqfj puB suoJcjBd oiyej snj |» joa«j amoas diqsu'enoj.iOM ?ooS pire BB0a^draaid odoq pire 'SSSMSlla OistlHXIMS^OY^ia gip 3<H3AFIO NHOf *¥L V?Bupan&. ©a«£ ^9^ saunoinre o% ftaHfc <wtiSm®>nM «» mjsmmmmevm m.sw*m 'aaiiHfl .stiiw avafi 'NaHHJY V MOSdWOHJ^ ALAND STREET CASH STOTE. F. T. H OO PER, GROCER AND PRODUCE MERCHANT, .: ' ? HAS ? . PRIME BUTTER, BACON, BAMS, and CHEESE always on hand. LUCERNE AND OATEN CHAFF, MAIZE, WHEAT, POLLARD AN* BRAN, POTATOES aKd ONIONS, of the First Quality F. T. HOOPER also keeps a Large and Varied Stock of China, Glassware and Ironmongery. Goods delivered with promptness to all parts of the Field. 3PJL&S KOTSX.. OPPOSITE L1SSNER PARK, CHARTERS TOWERS. W« White, PROPRIETOR. WAVERLEY HOTE LOWER MOSMAN-KTREET, CHARTERS TOWERS MRS. SCHINKEI PfiOPBIETBESS. i Li p Bmi Brands &£ Wtms and Spirits in gtQQke mlw&ys EMPIRE H Mosman-St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

M TRACING MOSMAN STREET. ®i?R. A. E. FACE begs to notify to the residents of Charters Towers and District that they have received another Large Shipment of his Famous SCHOOL BOOTS, Also a Large Shipment of LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ENGLISH, CON > TINENTAL AND COLONIAL BOOTS AND SHOES AND SLIPPER?, From all the Leading Manufacturers. N.B.-Repairs Neatly and. Promptly executed. A. E. FACE, ARCADE., ~ ENGLISH HAND-SEWN BOOTS. JUST ARRIVED A GRAND ASSORTMENT OF BEST EKTgT»TSB: UNEQUALLED FOE Style, Pinislx a.nrl wx-cellence GENTS' WALKING BOOTS GENTS' SHOOTING BOOTS -FDKTHE UDIKS. AI>L CLASSES OF* Ladies9 Boots, Shoes, and Slippers MtOK THE BEST ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL MAKERS. !^sP5CTieif w&wwrsmw* JOSEPH WILTSHIRE, TOWERS BOOT PALACE, GILL STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. GILL STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS, Next door to Drommond & Co. typM ROBERT DOTT, in returning thanks for past patronage, wishes flewb to intimate that she has removed into the above Commodious Pre > mises, a...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

IVfumcipal Council. THE monthly meeting of the Municipal Council was held at the Council Chambers .a Tuesday afterro n, those present te ng: Aid Millican (in the chair), F. Johnson, W. J. Paull, J. Dunsford, B. Toll, D. Missing ham, and C. J. Fraser. The minutes of the previous monthly meeting were read and confirmed, also the minutes of special meet ing. The outward correspondence was adopted and the inward received. A letter from the Colonial Secretary'e office asked for information with regard to ?the rates last year, m order that the amount of endowment due to the funds of the Fire Brigade Board might be ascertained A memorandum from Trackeon Brothers, on the subject of electric light, whilst thank ing the Council for the resolutions passed in the matter, stated that the plant they pro posed erecting would be for 500 lights to start with, having capacity for double that output when required. The clerk of the Waterworks Board wrote asking that instructions might be given to the m...

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