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THE CHILIAN REBELLION. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

THE CHILIAN REBELLION, LONDON, Mav 20. The Chilian insurgents declare that tBey will restore the Etafca to the custody of the United States marshall.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Northern Supreme Court. IN CHAMBERS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Northern Supreme Court IN CHAMBERS. - (BY ELBCTEIC TELEGEAPH.) (FfiOM OUB OWN COfiSESPOKDENT.) Towjtstiele, May 20; On tlie application of Mr Milford, James . McKeiina, licensed victualler, and Wm. i Walsh, miner, both of Charters Towers, were* adjudicated Insolvent. Statement to be made Me A. T. Ball, the well-known travelling" agent for the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society is at present in Charters Towers. Hie is located at the Excelsior Hotel, where he may be consulted on all matters pertaining to life assurance. As showing the evil effects upon the youth of this district arising from the lassoing exhibitions of the Wild West Show ana those of the more recent Harmston's circus (says the Cairns Argus) the following will prove interesting:-On Saturday last a yeufch who was sea ted in a spring cart which wa& . travelling along Sheridan-street at a sharp pace was lassoed by some youngsters from behind as the vehicle passed by, with the re sult that the parly lassoed was...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Model Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

A fllodel Xelter. « TffiB following letter bae (ays tile Bris haae Courier) beenreeeived by » gentleman in town fanrnm of the men in & union camp in the South-west:-" Dew Sir,-The net[ue8t I am about to make you may think a i»old one; if wvyou must pardon that bold ness, owing to tlie circumstances that compel me to make it. I know no one to wSom I could apply with any degree of certainly, only yourself. Since last December, when I left you, I have had no work, and since last month Ihare been here m the camp, and la all probability will be hiere for the next two orthree months. £ have nothing to com- ( plain, of generally, for we get enough to eat, and I reckon we are lucky to get thai., j But, as regards everything else you re- { quire, you must procure it yourself. Those : who have got the means can do so, and j those who have not-you know. As ie- j gards myself I have no boots, or rather what ] I have are kept together by means of green hide. So what I want you to do, bos...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HUGHENDEN TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

4\&0J5^HTOHESDEN TBIP. (BR HEBMIT ) Thb Hnghenden imp is always an enjov m one, but it was generally conceded that f&fe B. j.C. hatd cat the record with their kite Manual gathering. As far as my own experi .eacegoesl entirely endorse this verdict, and snore successful meeting, looking at from jnai^ ways, it has seldom been.- my lot to assist ail Full details of the actual running ifckelf have already been published, but there isiiiueli concerning the same, in 1 lie way of comment or anecdote, that is outside of the stereotyped race report, and with which I wiUdeal,. not in any particular " order of Timing," but as they occur to me, or as I find them jotted in my note book. It will perhaps be as well to commence with the Walter races, for it iB mainly to these and the great interest which is always taken therein that the club owes its position in the front rank amongst Northern clubs. The field which started for the Bracelet on this occasion was smaller by two than th...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

TURF GOSSIP. (BY HEBMIT.) Ail erroneous idea has got about that there is a minimum weight of 8st 71b in welter han dicaps ; but each a provision is not made in our rules, nor, as far as I know, in any others. When welter handicaps were advertised for amateur riders, it was necessary that weights should be kept at a very high standard, in order that riders -miglif. be procured, and 8st 71b got to be a usual minimum weight. Now that our welters are open un conditionally to professionals, such a mini mum is neither necessary, nor is it desirable, as the adherence to it necessitates either putting extreme burdens upon the top weights, or else giving no show to the bottom weights, and thus spoiling the handicap. The only rules bearing on the subject are 97, which eays " Welter weight® shall be 2st added to (lie standard weights for age," and 98, which says, " No horse shall carry less than 6st Tibs in any handi cap." Rule &I of course applies to welter weight- for age racee only,...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Murderous Assault. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) MELBOURNE, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Murderous Assault. (BY ELECTBIC TEIIEGBAPH) (FBOM OVTB OWK COBBBSPOITDBNTS.) MELBOITBNE, May ixreat excitement was caused at Pent ridge this morning by a murderous as sault being made upon Senior Chief Warder Stewart whilst visiting the stone quarries within the Pentridge enclosure, where a large number of convicte were employed, at about half past ten. Upon Btewart making his appearance at the quarries, a prisoner named Hooper seized a pick handle and rushed at him, striking him over the head. The officer defended himself, when another prisoner named Bremian joined in the fray. Tlie other warders then came to the assistance of Stewart, and one of them threatened to shoot any prisoner who moved a muscle. The t! -.vat had the desired effect,, and the two men v. ,-re handcuffed. A libel action, which excited considerable interest in Masonic circles, was commenced before Mr. Justice Hodges yesterday, in which. Philip Blashki, a jeweller in Bourke-streefc, claimed £2000 damages against ...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Noise in the House. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESONDENTS.] SYDNEY, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

the House. (BY ELBCTBIC TELEGRAPH.) FFBOM DUE GW2T COBHESPOKDENXS J SYDNEY, May 21. An unusual scene oceurred-inthe Iiegis Legislative Assembly early in the evening. Owing to a noise in the etrangere' galleiy.th& Speaker gave orders to have the galleries cleared, but at the suggestion of a member, the older was withdrawn. A person named Michael Tearney was pointed out as the offender, and was ordered to be brought before the Hoil&e. He denied having com mitted the disturbance when brought before the Speaker, who said he would not exercise his power to punish the offender. After cautioning him against offending again, he ordered, his discharge. Mr- Want, in supporting the amendment to the Address-in-Reply, declared himself a determined opponent to Federation, and after further discussion, the debate was adjourned, and the House rose at 11.20 p.m.

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Northern Supreme Court. TOWNSVILLE. IN CHAMBERS. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Northern Supreme Court. TOWISSVILLE. IN" CHAMBERS. (Before Hie Honor Mr. Justice CLIUBB.) (I8IR EI,E^TEIC TEISGEAPH;-) (FROM OUE OWE COBBESPONDENT.) TOWKSTILIA, May 20. Emerson r. Emerson and another, Mr Macnaugbton, instructed Mr Evans, for plaintiff. Mr Ross, instructed byMessfcs Eoberte and Leu, for defendant. Thiswas a summon6 by defendant to set aeide judg ment for the ^ Order made^-Judg ment set node. DefepaanitB to deliver state ment of defence witfaa three daye, and to pay plaintiff all his costs incurred subsequent to-delivery of"stagliiient meiit to be made <*i 3rd June, Rwt meet ing of creditors 4fch June, in both caeee

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HUGHENDEN JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) SECOND DAY. HUGHENDEN, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

HUGHEUDElSr JOCKEY CLUB AMUAIi MEETING. BY F LECTRIC TELEGRAPH:. (RT OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) SECOND DAY. HUGHENDEK, May 15. To-day's racing was quite equal to yester day's. The fields were big, and the attend ance was good, the general verdict being that it was the best meeting ever held here, and all passed off without a hitch or a protest, and the management is to be complimented on the efficient carrying out of the pro gramme. The following were the results DISTRICT PLATE, of 55 SOVB ; second horse 5 sovs from the prize, f mile ; w.&a. Tattler, by North Star, 9st 2lbs (Sullivan) 1 Sunlight, 9st - {Hughes) 2 Castaway, 9st 91b ... ... (Snell) 3 The other starters were Marathon, Ivan" hoe, Forest King, Bonnie, Vampire. Barbette Leila, Marquis, and! Lolwortli. Betting: 4 to 1 against Tattler and Forest King, 5 to 1 Marquis. Castaway led most of the way, but Tattler came with a wet sail in the straight and won veiy easily by three lengths Time, Imin 18secs. Totalisator dividend...

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A Scene in Court. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MELBOURNE, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

A Scene in Court. (BY ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH.) [FEOM OUR OWJT COEKESPOKDENT.J MELBOUEXE Mav 20. During the hearing of the case a difference occurred between Mi*. Purres and the Judge Mr. Purves, who appeared for the plaintiff, took exception to the manner in which a witness was giving his evidence. They could not, he said, deal in generalities, and then added, " Let the witness tell us what lie said." His Honor : That is what the witness is doing. Mr Purres : " You say so " laying em phasis on the word "you." His Honor said he had to conduct the business of the Court, and would not allow counsel to tell him that what he said should ba corrected Mr Purres repeated his .statement, and His Honor then told the crier to go for the sheriff. Other counsel engaged in case, attempted to explain matters, and ultimately Mr PurVes left the Court. On Mr.-Justice Hodge taking his seat "on the Bench this morning, Mr. Purres rose and said that after seeing the exact report of what had been said by him ...

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The Strike in Brisbane. BRISBANE, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

The Strike lit Brisbane. BBISBAKE, May 20. J At the annual meeting of the United Pastoralists' Association held this morning, it was decided that the following should in future be accepted by the Association, as the the voids defining freedom of contract, the definition being the same as that of the Pastoralists' Associations of Kev South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia "" That an employer is to be free to employ whom lie pleases, and that the employee is to be free to engage or refuse to engage to work as he pleases," - Which being more fully defined, gives the right to any person to give or accept employment without any Interference or molestation. At the quarterly meeting of the Federated Employers' Union, held yesterday af ernoon, the subject of freedom of contract was also .considered, and the following decided upon as that which would be accepted in future as their definition :-" That it is the right of .any Worker to accept work from any em =ployer and the right of any e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Labor Dispute. THE LATEST PARTICULARS. THE ALLEGED INSUBORDINATION AT WINTON. NO TRUTH IN THE RUMOR. RESIGNATION OF PARNELL. THE COMMITTEE AESO RESIGN. THEY EXPECT TO BE ARRESTED. URGING THE CONTINUANCE OF THE STRIKE. THE CABBAGE STEALERS IN COURT. TWO MEN DISCHARGED. THE REMAINDER WERE SENT TO GAOL. INTIMIDATORS SENT TO GAOL. THE ST. GEORGE MEN TIRED OF THE FIGHT. A HEAVY FEE. [?]CATING WITH PRISONERS. COSTS £15 OR THREE MONTHS. MUTTON MARAUDERS. ARRESTS UNDER THE "VAG." (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] Affairs at Adavale. ADAVALE, May 21 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

£ "? ^ .4 ? f.y ? <*3? 1OT MCTST PABmCUliJiyaS. SO TRUTH liTTHE BTJMOB. BESIGN ATIGN OF PABKELL. THE COMMITTEE AESO IESIGN. THEY EXPECT TO BE ABBESTED. UBGING THE COKTENIJAirCJE OF X THE STRIKE. THE CABBAGE STEALERS IN COUBr. TWO MEN DISCHARGED. "THE REMAINDER WERE SE5TT TO GAOL. DfTTMTDATOBS SENT TO GAOL. THE ST. GEORGE MEN TIRED OF THE FIGHT. A HEAVY FEE. CATiNG WITH PRISONERS. COSTS £15 OB THREE MONTHS. MUTTON MARAUDERS. ABBESTS UNDER THE " VAGJ (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) JFBOMOUR OWN COBBESPOBTDEKTS.l AflUirs at Adavalc. ADAVAXS, May 21. Three eases of intimidation were heard io-day, when a man named Waidrick was ^sentenced to eight months imprisonment on three charges of intimidation. William Frederick Smith were sentenced to three months each, and a second charge against 3Ti«derick Smith was dismissed.

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

Affair* skt Oeraiont. OLERMOSTT, May 20. I Matters lately liave been remarkably quiet J ia strike circles bene. Tiie unionists in &e decreasing, «*wl | several have gone West, ©fcliers JSor$i, and ! maay juce mirnng and fossicking about the goldfield, ft 1b estimated that there about200 left ttfc tlie Sandy Creek camp, and about 70 at Volfang. "Very few aa« observ able In tpwn, and their behaviour is excep tioiiallyorderly. V . * 3?ius news of the verdict of guilty and the sentences of the conspiracy prisoners at Bockhampton to-day caused an Intense sen sation. pe local unionist leaders were con fident of an acquittal, and can scarcely realise the fansfc of the conviction. The leaders now seem to be spiritless, and several union ists have applied to surrounding stations for work. . I filiMwiig at Huntley Downs is expected to finish this week. Arrangements are being mde for the transport of free laborers tothe west. The last; lot of Wolfang wool came in to-day. and the Logan,...

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Items from Blackall. BLACKALL, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Items from Blaekall. I BL4CKAX.L, May 21. I Junes Toohey was fined £15, or three months' imprisonment with hard labor in Blackall Gaol for attempting to communi cate with prisoners , under committal for arson at Lome weolshed. The Bench noti fied that in any future case of this .kind the minimum penalty would be six months, with out the option of a fine. Tlje ILewley perjury case is proceeding slowly. * Angathelia reports that six men arrired at the Caroline Crossing on the B uremia Run, with a large quantity of mutton in their pos eession, and also a quantity of kerosene. 3?he men hare been arrested fiw having pro perty in their possession for which they could not satisfactorily account. WMi re gard to Hie kerosene, they will be charged under the Vagrant jLefc with loitering with intent to commit a felony.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneous Notes. (From our Exchangee.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Hf8eellfuie»ii6 Notes. (From our Exchangee.) A Sofia telegram of 27th Match tsaid :-At a, quarter to 8thu erenine, while If. Stam buloff, the Premier, and M. Belteheff, Mlnifiter of Finance, were entering their official residences, whieh are contiguous, an unknown man stepped forward, and, pre senting a revolver at BL Belteheff, fired three shots point blank at him. The Minister fell to the ground dead. The report of the three shots immediately brought a number of passers-by to the spot, but in the darkness and confusion the assassin, who took to heels immediately after effecting his heinous purpose, made good his escape. Whether he woe in any way recognised is not known, but some witnesses of the crime say that he was accompanied by three other men who assisted him to escape. M. StambulofFs escape was almost miraculous. Little or no doubt is entertained that the murderer's bullet was intended rather for the Premier than tlie Minister of Finance, and the fact of M. Sfcambuloff passi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Labor Dispute. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) Affairs at Adavale. ADAVALE, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

[BY BLKCTBIC TEfiEChBAPH-3 ?kOM OUR OW1* COBBBSPOiroEBrTS.J Mfmr§ at Adavale* - Ab&TAIE, May IS. Constable King and seven, men o£ tire Toowoomba Mounted Infantry, with three prisoners charged with intimidation on Milo Station, and one witness, arrived here last nigkt on their way to Charleville.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

PBOJECTED DEfASTUBES. For Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate Wodonga, Monday next, 25th May. Leura, Thursday next, 28th May. Barcoo, Monday, 1st June. Warrego, Thursday, 4tk June. Aramac, Monday, 8th June* Howard Smith's b.s., Thursday, 11th Jane. Arawatta, Monday, 15th June. For Cooktown and intermediate ports Leura, to-day, Saturday, 23rd May. Barcoo, Wednesday next, 27th May/ Warrego, Saturday, 30th May. Aramac, Wednesday, 3rd June. Howard Smith's 8.8., Saturday, 6th June. Arawatta, Wednesday, 10th June. For Calms, Geraldton, Mourilyan, Cardweli, and Dungeness Palmer, Tuesday next, 26th May, and thence weekly. For Port Douglas, Cairns, Geraldton, Mbuxilyan, Cardweli, and Donge O08B Burdekin, Monday next, 25th M*y, and thence weekly. For Normanton, Thursday Island, &c. Leura, to-day Saturday, 23rd May. Warrego, Saturday, 30th May. Howard Smith's s.s., Saturday, 6th June. For Loudon Tara, Tuesday, 16th June. Merkara, Tuesday, 14th July. Jumna, Tuesday, 11th August. Jelunga, ...

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Weather Forecast. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Wealher Forecast. (BIT EX8SCX&EC TBMBGEAEH.) [FBOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] I Brisbane, May 21.-The following are j tho forecast®:-For Sorti Queensland-J l Considerable clouds will be noted, with, a i tendency to showers, and especially showery J ' weather in the coast distracts; prevailing | winds south-east, veering to east and north- J . east* blowing strong in places along the sea | [ boaxd; sea moderate. South-While in-j | terrals of bright sky may be experienced, I such will be preceded or followed by masses ! of cloud, with a tendency to isolated rain; j winds between south-east and east,-blowing fresh, with local squalls oil the coast; sea moderate Isb rather foeeh.

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Items from Blackall. BLACKALL, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

Items from Blackall. JiLiCEAil. May lb A large and most enthusiastic meeting of ratepayers and residents was lield in the Town Hall last night to present a memorial to Mr Ghae Carkeek, editor of the Barcoo r Independent, who lias been removed from the commission of the peace in their opinion in an unjust manner. There were fully 300 persons present. The Major of Blackall presided. Mr. Tolano, in presenting the memorial, which was signed by 76 ratepayers, residents in the town and district, spoke at length of the recipient in the warmest terms, and the Rev. A. Hillier also addressed the meeting. Mr. Carkeek, in responding, said he grieved at being struck off the commission of the peace without a chance of saying a word in his defence. The statement that he was at the head of the mob at Kewiey'e arrest and called for cheers was a lie, and that he said " a magistrate of the territory leads our boys" was a wilful and pre meditated lie. If he (the speaker) had been punished for sympathis...

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The Conspiracy Trials. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 23 May 1891

over conspiracy t " ''is"'01^^ or "could reasonably be After being locked up for a the jury evinced a desu ;ve themselves of the responsi hi finding a verdict by agreeing >, but Mr. JUSTICE HwuMNei not, in the ^interests of law, and justice, accept such a and fold the jury in terms cbuldnot be misunderstood by obtuse juryman who ever pitJI^Sed" a book, that it was their Siif a:verdict on the evidence pre Wthem, and-declarewhether' 'prisoners were guilty or not The "jury then found prisoners, with the excep -Bfct1 and '-Etw, guilty jflif flflimffeB .with which they were charged, which' brought to a one of the longest, most in tliSMang, arid important criminal caw cvkr triedin a Queensland Court. The people of: Quetaisland are to bel ColQgratulafced upoJ^lbaFiiig feuCh a {earless - and upright Judge as Mr. Justice HABDING, one who simply administers the law as he jmds it, equally regardless of the n^plause of the idlers who are to be found in the auditorium of every court house in ...

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