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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH. August 8. A telegram from the police party whicli arrived from the Leoplold Bwgee, reports that the police had a desperate encounter with the natives, in attempting to arrest aborigines connected with the murder of two white men named Henry and Rupert Alien in June last. Several natives were shot by the police in self-defence. The natives speared one of the police assBtants, and tried to kill others belonging to fclij party, when they were brought to hay near Prince Regent River.

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

GMVSS. OIL, COLOUR, AND VARNISH Sheet, and Ornamental Window Glass % Coach Colors, and Colors in Oil f ?« »[ , ' " TOWNSYILLE, , CUSTOM HEAU HOUSE & COMMISSION AGENTS. Carriers to the Government of New South Wales. throughout the Wodi, / Aceals f«r & CB|^EA1®!D TXY TtTHTiTT?. The Best in the Market, ; quality guaranteed. Wedda^ WORKING DEPARTMENT, tances of a First-Class_ Jewellery Establishment, we are prepared te make np any article of Jewellery from Customers* designs. Workmanship equal to the best Edinburgh or London Houses. ?' ? . 0 ?. ; TOWERS. 7. - -

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

VICTORIA MELBOURNE, August 8. The Belgian steamer, Prince Bandouin, arrived in Melbourne last night. She left Antwerp on the 22nd March; shortlybefore the latitude of the Cape was reached, one boiler was injured in such a way that Capt. Meyer decided to putinto Table Pay lor repairs. He reached there on the 30th May, and the following day a terrific north westerly gale broke over the bay, and increased to| hurricane force, the steamer lading with only one anchor, and the fires were out whi e .repairs wire being effected. She was then at the mercy of the storm, and a eeconianchor was let go, but the starboard cable parted immediately, and th«* port cable went soon after. About 8 o'clock the vessel struck a sandy bottom, where a previous wreck occurred, and the spars of the sunken ship crushed through the plates of the Prince Bandouin, but the interior was protected by ballasting. Sbe remained bumping heavily, and in answer to signals a life-boat came off but did not reach the steamer...

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

'.' ' ."" ' -' ' '"" '..... ? .: v ' ' Wm mmmmmmm* of G*m and Silver Watehes -HMlH-CltASS GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY, SILVER and ELECTRO PLATE, CLOCKS, and CUTLERY, WEDDING and BIRTHDAY PRESENTS. W-'J '.. ." ': -. -.. " MOSML&JST STEEET, CTT A TtTEES TOWEKS. J^ND JDEAJSTE STREETS, the Public in General to call and fey his brands of Liquors. NOTHING BUT and that is not kept THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING KEPT, than "possible, as everybody who calla u ribaAtd to instanter. A GOOD TABLE AND FIRST ATTENDANCE, P U R EI TOWERS C L A R 1 W H O L E 8 O M 1 % VHJE PnJdle«{CSuffters Towers cam. best oonsnlt their own interests, and thatof their Gity fcy Supporting the Xioeal Indasfay On tap eweiywhera. Call for it and see "AlwAIM . v' *V.-; . ; . . : ' ' b . * - ~. /.. ." ' .. ,\ ;y:c... - . ----- ??-: ? - - - . . All Orders to be in a Workmanlike Manner. -wv-":5 ; . . .-...= - ; -- ' - . . --iv^ ? "... . . ^y.w.- . : STREET, NEXT POLICE STATION. ;r-> > !hv

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

maw SOOTH WALES. Sydkey, August 8. The house of Robert Johnson, book maker, at Band wick, was en ered by burglars last night, and £150 in cash were stolen. Several valuable articles of jewellery were left un touched. Robert Armstrong, manager of the Bock* dale branch of' the A. J.S. Bank, committed suicide to-day, by shooting himself wi'h a re volver. Deceased was 37 years of age, mid leaves a widow and 2 children, who are at present in England. 3ao cause is assigned as all the bant accounts are correct.. When Armstrong was last seen on Sunday night he appeared to be in t*ie best of spirits. Captain Baven Li tie, of the ship Dur bridge, which is lying at the ballast wharf, at Newcastle, was found dead in his cabin w.th a revolver by his side, and at the inquest a ver dict of suicide w«s returned. At the Central'Criminal Court to day John T>odd, an elderly man, was charged with hav ing at Bullamana, feloniously administered poison to William Edward Walmsley. with intent to murder ...

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

I L L AND A L E Y A R D S. \l Hardwood, Pine, »jnd every description of Timber, likewise Sashes,£)oors, Mouldings, Hoofing Iron, and all Building .-x . EveryMan His Own Landlord. ? l ^J'T PAY REN T? Union ^Principle for 6 substantially Built 4-roomed COTTAGES to be erected upon any Residence Area provided by the; -Winners. The Drawing to take place on or about June 23, in the School of Arts, and of which doe notice will be given, x Cottages to be well and faithfully built, of the very Beet Material and Workmanship, and valued at £100 each. Owing to the ~ TJonses,and the inabih^vof many to build,..me l^nager of the Victoria Saw l^Us places a chance within the reach of all tojje^ae a comfortable home for*One Week'sfient. TP l,c Jke its »-<; JBacIi. / Tickets caa be purchased from the Principal Stationers and at the Victoria Saw MilU N.B.-A Committee will be appointed from the list of Subscribers to superintend the Drawing. LESS THAN COST PRICE. season at a . $ i * we every ...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MONTALBION, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

L<ATE TELEGRAMS. -^ [BY TEfcEGKAPH J rFROM OUB OWK CORBESPONDEHT.") 5" Mohtai-BION. August 8. Mr. W. J» bidiHidB, chairman of the Walsh Pivisional Board, and president of the Walfih hospita!, lia i ft send-off on his leaving forthe Hodg inson us superintendent oE^fessrs. Hoiett and Go'e (Jaime at Sorth %>fce. ' GfilBBEXOWlf. Augusts. A very lately attended meeting ffcok place on Saturday night, composed chiefly of wolfing miners. An amendment to the following effect was almost unanimously carried:-"That this 'meeting th roughly condemn the system of constructing railways on the land grant system, and is of opinion that the trae inteests of the Etheridge will be served by remaining without a railway unless on the system hitherto practised, or on a guarantee system.9' 'The opinions of all the speakers were against the alienation of mineral rights, which was unanimously -agreed to be too high a price to pay for the railway construction. Had the surface rights only been co...

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

?CITY OF THE PLAINS" CONSULTATION "la n ur i ri£i rLf ON THE To BE RUN ON OR ABOUT November 1ST, 1&92. 50,000 SUBSCRIBERS AT lOs. EACH. First Horse ... £10,000 Second Horse ... ... 3,000 Tkird Horse... ... ... 2S000 Starters divide ... ... 2,500 -starters divide 2,500 20 CasG Prizes at £100 each £2,000 20 " " M £50 " 1,000 25 " ", " £20 " 500 100 " " " £10 " 1,000 100 " " " S5 " 500 LESS 10 PER CENT, EXTRA CASH PRIZES Every £i invested will have 12 separate chances of obtaining a handsome " divvy." This is the only bona fide investment in Queensland that a working man has for bettering Ids position by a small outlay of money. The promoter has been before the public for nearly 30 years, and during that time his Sweeps have given undeniable satisfaction, which should be a guarantee to the general public that they are a safety-valve for their honest earnings. The Committee who superintend the drawing are tried men of stability and position, and are all descendants from the gran...

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SPORTING NEWS. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

SPORTING NEWS. RACING FIXTORES. August 9, 10-Wild Biver Jockey Club, (Herberton) August 23,-24-Ctooktown T C. September 1,3-Hawkesbury B.G, September 10,13,15,17-AJ.G. Spring. September 14. Thursday Island. September 15-Towers Miners' Boeing Club; Nominations for handicaps August 18; weights August 29; acceptances Sep tember 7. September 23, Normanton; Nominations September 13, weights September 16; acceptances and general entry Sep-1 9 . tember 2L October 8,15 - V.A.T.C. j October 20.-Towers Jockey Club. ' October 29, fiovmber 1, 3, 5-F.B.G . Spring. December 26, 27-Towers Jockey Club

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

TURF GOSSIP. [BS HERMIT.] The Municipal Council last week j unanimously resolve i to recon.mend to I the Colonial Secretary the greeting of a holiday for the Miners' Racing Club, on September 15, and 'I am glad that the right resolve has been taken, as it will considerably enhance the success of the meeting. Mr B. E. Fenwick won the first and second prizes at the Brisbane Hunt Club Sports, for the open Hunters' Plate, with Spondulix and Pasha respectively. fie steered < ach of his hordes himself. The Camooweal races which are held under BT.Q^B.A, Bules, tike place on the 22nd and 23rd of September, when they give away £1SO. Nomi' ations for the Spring, Geoi^rina and Camooweal Handicaps close on Sep tember 8th. The Cloncorry Bseing Club, also registered with the N.Q.R.A., will race upon Wednes-1 day and Thursday, the 12th and 13th October. Their programme comprises 160 SOTS. ^Nominations close on 19th September. According to the financial statem nt to be presented to the m...

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THE SEASON'S STATISTICS. 1891-92. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

THE SEASON'S STATISTICS. 1891-92. [Br HEBMTT.] When at this lime last year I made up the statistics for 189091, I did GO with the remark, that though a very successful season had then been put behind us, from vhe o it look ahead, the season just commencing bid i fair to eclipse it in every way. 1 his has been fully borne out, as the figures I now have to place before my readers will show, i i and I give them with very pleasurable feel ings on the healthy aspect worn by the t«rf throughout the districts in which the 3ST.Q JUA. holds sway. During 1890 91, the money raced [for under ST.Q,. -<.A. rules, as near as could be ascertained, was £13,586, ; but this year the amount run for reaches £16,405 10s, whilst were all the returns fully furnished, it won d probably be somewhere [ about £1000 more. During the season 1890 91, £4470 was run for on the Towers Jockey | Club track, of which the Jockey Club con | tributed £2990, but the year just past shows a very substantial increa...

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

WINNING HOfiBES. Name No. of Amount. races. £ e. d. Dooixetti, ch c 3yrs, by Marvellous - <xer trude ... ... 6 ... 1155 0 0* Harvester, bl g, 4yrs, hyTbeTester-Lady Kyogle ... 7 ... 793 0 0 The Broker, b g. 6yrsf bv Qui Vive -My Lady 8 ... 715 O 0 Count, b h, aged, by Westminster ... 12 ... 620 O 0 Saladin, br g, aged, by Sydney ... ... 7 ... 565 0 0 Silverspray, b g, 3yrs, by Ormond - Glit tering Spray ... 8 ... 530 0 0 Talkative, b c, 3yrs, by Wheatmeat - Yel lena... ... ... 2 ... 515 O O Little Bertie, b c, 2yrs, by Cheviot (imp.) Guelder Bose ... 6 ... 445 0 0 Merlin, be, 2yrs, by Chesham-Contessa 5 ... 370 O O Blacklock, b g, Syrs, by Ormond-Arab .... 8 ... 367 0 0 Toomba, ch g, aged, by Mozart ... 5 ... 300 O O Velocity, br m, Syrs, by Euclid - Miss Bean 4 ... 285 OO Tharwa, b g, aged, by . Levite - Hawthorn den mare ... ... 3 ... 276 10 ? O Mark Tapley, b g,aged by Souvenir-Lady bird ... 4 ... 265 O Tattler, b g, Syrs, by Worth Star-Tiny ... 5 ... 250 0 O Tvanhoe, ...

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SUCCESSFUL SIRES. Races [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

SUCCESSFDXi BIKES. Name. Winners, won. Marvellous Ormond -Qui "Vive Westminster The Tester Wbeatmeat Sydney... Chesham The Levite Cheviot (imp.) Scanmag Eewfaoid Hie flake North Star Woodlands Mozart... . . ... Euclid!.. Satirist.... Ibttmdfflle Venom Iiapidist Bolivar Sunligfafc Msonp Oarou 4 8 2 2 1 2 1 2 3 1 5 5 3 2 % 1 1 1 ???»?? i vi-: Booixetti. .-at ?1 i Bracelet 13 27 10 14 7 4 7 6 8 6 11 9 .3 6 11 5 4 8 6 6 ..'4 2 5 4 I value Amount.. £ e. d. 1472 10 0* 1336 0 Cf 600 0 0 665 0 0 793 O 0 570 0 O 565 O 0 465 0 O 459 10 . 445 0 O 428 0 0 SJB- O O 350 o o 0 0 300 O O 285 0 0 265 O 0 261 0 O 240 0 0 220 0 Ojj 218 0 O 191 10 O 175 O 0§ 160 O O 150 0 0 £60 won bj f lfot including Siree ProduceStakes *011 byLoM jftWinn in feockhampfon.' J lnbluflmg trophy value £50, won by .wa&niPr. *>- . T jpIi^lnS!ng bracelet, valua £30, won by Apjplafise.^ *r: (' §?> lifclufling bracelet, value £10, Won by Sptoi.

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Q.T.C. WINTER MEETINGS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

'. Q,T.C. WINTER MEETINGS. (BY XEEBek&PH.) Brkbake, August 7. The firstday's racing in connection' with the QfT.Q.; Winter Meeting came. off on Saturday, wbenvthp,: weather was delightful, and , there was .a iargeaitendance and good racing. The aresulte F^?6- . TEIAI HaM)icAP.T-Prime Minister 1, Advance 2, Clythe and (Minster Bell dead heat for third glace. Four others started; woiryery easily. TimCj lmin 32sec. HuKptB fiACH.^-Bedheart L, Socket 2( Lightfoofc 3. Three others onlj, started; three finished ; won bj a dozen lengths. Time, 3min 2see. 3Ti,Yiir& HA> DICAT.-Dillon 1, Tallboy 2, Virago 3. Tenothera started ; good race all the way, Dillon coining eat at the half dis tance ; Won by a length. Time, lmin 16^see Q,.T.C. HAKDICAP, l£mile -Elymas 1, Strayshot 2, Sing Song 3. The other starters were: Splendide, Coronella, Decoy, Canobie, Pifate, Wandering Jew, lady, ihe horses got away to an excellent, start, and nun bunched nearly all the way, Coronella making m...

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A.J.C. SESING MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

A.J.C. SESING MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, August 4. The following weights were deeUred to day for the'piincip&L handicaps of the A.J.C. Meeting^ EP801C HAKDICAP.-1 mile. .t lb Marvel ... 10 7 Bookaburra... Bungebah ... 10 0 Chatham Stromboli ... 9 5 Bedtime Donizetti ... 9 0 Sternchaser... Oxide ... 9 0 EX ... Alchemist ... 8 .12^ Insignia Tridentine ... 8 12 Cumino Autonomy ... 8 10' Neptune Paris ... 8 10 Utter The Workman 8 8 Flaymafce St. Blaize Trieste , JFlorrie Fenance Quadrant Victor Hugo,.. 8 Candour ... 8 Pilot.Boy ... 8 Aurelius ... 8 The Swell Impulse Shamrock 8 6 Befnse 8 6 Penman 8 6 Stone 8 4 Isaac... 8 4 Daredevil ... 4 Wandsworth 2 Scintilla 8 2 Cardoness ... 8 2 Spyglass 8 0 Alcioes 8. 0L Arrow 8 0 Ermini The General... 7 12 Bqtdly . Fernando ... 7 12 Lady Lovell... Dan O'Connell 7 111 Silver Knight 6 9 Xtuenalf Hero... Helena Tallboy Argus jKJyinas Magnus Attains BebGiorno ... Vespasia Bendigo Mascara Arquebus. ... Danton Carlist Babel 7 11 Dutch' Hoe...

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A WARM CROWD." [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

A WARM CROWD." 'Many years ago I was pissiona'ely fond of billiards, and could play a really good .eame myself in fact, few amateurs in England ?couTS beat me. As a matter of course, I got to know and be known by them pretty generally. But amongst all I have ever known poor dear old Fred Shorter-now alas! no more was my special favourite, and there existed between us a friendship only ended by the poor fellow's unt'mely death. Tn a d tlon to being a brilliant player and a rar . sticker in the pit. Fred was a really charming man in every way, and without doubt one of the most popular men in hie profession In the zenith of his fame we often used to travel together. O e day Fred called on me looking as fresh as paint, his cheery face wreathed in smiles ?' No*, my boy,"' said he, no denial - come you mnst and c-hall. Cook, Roberts, and MIt bell and myself go to-morrow, - Sunday) to Manche-ter, where we play all next week, aud on the Tuesday following we commence a foi<r days ...

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He Wasn't There. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

He Wasn't There. A. Houston, Texas, preacher caught four or five bore in ftus pe ch trees. He did not punLsh them, but said: 'You ought to be ashamed of yourselves, particularly the big boys. Which of you boys here is the oldest?' ' He ain t here at all, sir. He didn't fcnow that we were coming,' said the youngster.

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

The difference. ' your practice frill kill you,' Bald the doctor to the young woman Buffering from too much piano playing. * That's all right,' she responded spitefully 'yours kills other people,'

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Too Good To Be True. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 10 August 1892

Toe: Good To Be True. They were wandering through the woods when the email child picked eome berries 'Papa, what axe these?' * I hat.'e a wild Tine, my child.' * What Bit for?" ' They make wine from that.' 'I hey trotted along, when die picked another berry and squeezed it, and a soft creamy froth came out. ' Oh, papa, see. Here's some wild beer.' * No such look,' said the tired parent.

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

Commercial Exduiiige. * (his,' saidafasfcyoungman toacoibpanion, ; * If you had to be dunned every day where would you father be dunned, down in the street or up in yonr room?" * Up in my zoom, of course' * Because you don't want everybody to know it r 'No. it'e not that; but what I want is the satisfaction of kicking the fie low down -tain.*

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