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art and humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

it ami Itamffttt; ! Friend: 'I Buppose everything is settled In regard to the m&rrxage of your daughter P Stoakiev; ' Well, yes-everything but the bills.' " * * * . # George: ' Cliapley is one of tliose fellows who hare more money than brains, isn't lie?' Jessie : ' Yes, and he is not rich either/ # * * Barber i 4 You gay you've been here before ? I don't remember your face/ Victim: 1 It's all healed up jiotv.' # # * Johnson: * When I do many, I intend to marry a sensible girl if I cm find one/ Tomson: 4 Mow, there's Miss Sliarpe; she jilted ine" -Jolinson: 'Just the girl I want! Won't yon introduce me?' . * * # * What is Smith doing now ?' * He is travelling with a circus.1 * Pretty hard work, isn't it ?' 1 Uo ; he has nothing to do but stick his head in the lion's mouth twice a day/ # . # A Kew Zealand chief who had taken up his residence upon a piece of land, his right to whi«*h was contested, observed, * I have an undeniable title to the property as X ate the preceding o...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hughenden. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Hughenden. . Oub Hughenden correspondent under date 22ndinst. writes:-Upwards of 70 camels, owned by Afghans, have come to town 1Mb week to be loaded for Boulia and Cork. The Afghans will not require any escort, being armed to the teeth, and desperate men. Each camel is capable of loading about 8cwt, so that the loading carried by the mob will be oyer 25 tons. It will possibly be remembered that a camel was shot l^ year, carriers and others h&ving&j^eeat objeadaon to them. Horses ' wall not go nearthe wonderful animals, which have been so suitably described as ships of the desert. One sergeant, one corporal and eight men started by the Cloncurry coach this morning. They will fonn a guard for (h-anada and Clonagh stations, distant <60 and 80 miles from Cloncurry respectively. Another escort of 10 men and an officer will proceed on horse back to Bockwood and Barenya Stations to rnorow. The camp will thus be left with barely sufficient troops to mount' guaxd,...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Topsy Bingham's Boat-Race. THE STORY OF AN INTRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Topsy - / ->KBQB ST0BY OF A3? INTRO DUOTION. ? ? _' ^ ii. i 11 * » ? Topsr ±JisrGHA3kE is cne oene 01 a cer tain suburban community which shall be nameless. It is better not to give it a name, as to do so would immedi ately make every one conversant with some of the most private affair-* of a yoQBg Isidj who, if her real name ig not Topsy Bingham, would at once be recognised if one were to hint that her skirts and neckties-not to men tion her tan shoes and silk stockings --are the cjnosuie of all eyes when ever she graces a lawn tennis party or stroll* down the High street on a summer's day ; while the fact of her favorite color, both in winter and sumuies', being a peculiar rich scarlet, senders her harmless flirtations rather more conspicuous to the eagle eyes of the local dowagers than they would otherwise be. She did noV however, wear scarlet a year or two ago, when she went to stay with the Cookhams, near Putney, for the University boat race. She wore just as mn«h light blue...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NEW BOOK. LONDON, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

A NEW BOOK. J LOXDOV, MAY 21. 1 _ -5 "J Mr Patcliett Martin, will produce a book in the autumn entitled " Lord Carriagton on Australia." Chief Justice Way supplies a chapter en titled the constitutional crisis in the colonies- .

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THE CHILIAN REBELLION. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

THE CHIIiIAJST REBELLION. LONDON, May 21. / The parleying between the insur gent . leaders in Chili and President Harrison, in regard to the Etata incident, is reported to be .progressing favorably towards a settlement.

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FUMIGATION OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

FUMIGATION OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LOUDON, May 21. The House of Commons will be thoroughly fumigated before members re-assemble for the transaction of business.

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ARAB SLAVERS. LONDON, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

ARAB SLAVERS. LOUDON, May 22. I Arab slavers have invaded tlie northern shores of Tanganyka, en slaving or destroying' 10000 of the population.

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THE ANTWERP WOOL SALES. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

THE ANTWERP WOOL SALES. Losdon, Mav 21. I ' «/ The Antwerp wool sales open on the 1st Jane, and will be continned to the 6th. The quantity to be offered will be 15,000 bales, including 3500 bales of Australian wool.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TORNADO IN AMERICA. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

TORNADO IK AMERICA. LOKDOX, MAV 21. I * mf News has been received that by a tornado which occurred in Central Missouri thirty persons were killed and twenty injured.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRIKE AMONGST THE TAILORS. LONDON, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

STRIKE AMONGST THE TAIIiORS. LONDON, Mav- 22. I Five thousand London tailors on strike.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INFLUX OF GOLD. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

INFLUX OF GOLD. liOKDON, May 21. Tlie large influx of gold is easing tlie money market.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PICTURE FOR AUSTRALIA. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

A PICTURE FOR AUSTRALIA. London, May 21. Mr, Frank Dicfcsee lias completed a j replica of Iiis picture "The Last Watcli," wliicli will be sliipped for 1 Bendigo shortly, !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. GLADSTONE'S HEALTH. LONDON, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

MR. GLADSTONE'S HEALTH. LONDON, May 22. Mr Gladstone is still suffering from a severe attack of influenza, and lie is not oat of danger.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. {"FROM OUB OWK CGBBESPONDEKT/J LOUDON: ANRIL ML The fella wing aw the latest quotations for chases in Anglo-AuBfaalaeiara Mining Com panies: Australian Consols, b 2i,«2£ Bonnie Dundee^ b 4s 9d, e 5B 3d British Broken Hill, b 2f, s 3 Coromandel, b Cd, B Is Cumberland Gold, b 9d, 8 Is 3d Day Dam Block, b 9s 9d, s 10B 3d Day Damn P.O. b 8», s 9s Baglehawk, b 2s, s 3s Etilienilgb United, b la 3d, a Is 9d 3s, e 4s JSasteo, b 7e 3d, s 9d InmslstlW' pd.) b leSdj s Is 9d /Kal»di^a 4(9«pd} b lid, s 4|d Ksng&rilla, b 18-16fcbs, s IS-lBtha b Sis Sd, s&lti. SfidaS, t> 3s , e 4s IfioBSia&j b 3s, s 3s 6d Unuit li^dioB, b 16s 6d . Mount IbigBQ Extended, b Is 3d,&is9d pfih. fMiiumwJr li fil « 1« New Queen, (19s fid pi.) b 6s6d, s7b Bart Philip <4s pd.), b 6d, s 9d Queensland fiadting, t|,i| Scottish Australian, b 2,e 2|~ "Wentworfch Propry, b 7-I6tli8, e 9-16&hs pm.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sales on Local 'Change. Friday, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

$ales on Local 'Change. Fmdai, May 22. The following sales were made on 'Change last night :-BriIliant and Worcester and Victory, 100 at ICte Idj Day Dawn No. 4a West, lMMt4s, lOOat 4s 3d; Lady Maria, 100 at 3s J9«y New Grace Darling, V50 at Is Id; No. 6 Qtteens, 850 at le 3d, 150at Is 3|d; Q aeen Consolidated, 200at 3s Saturday, May 23. The following rates were reported on nonaged on Saturday evening:-Brilliant and St. George United, 100 at 13s, 200 at 12s 9d, 100 atl26 6(1,300 at 12e,600ai lis 9d; Day Dawn 4* West, SOOatJte lid; Now Grace Darling, 9J»9 at 1b 3^ 300 at at 3s 8d. WEDNESDAY, JTay27 The following sales w«re reported on. 'Change last nij^bt: New Grace Darling, 280 a£ lB 4d , No. 6 Queen, 500 ait la 3d 5 Queen Consolidated, 100 at 3s 6d; Scandinavian, 500 at 3d. , Thursday May 28. 1 The following sales were made on 'change lad'. ;-Brilliant and St- George, 250 <4* lip 3d $ New Grace Darling, 000 pt la §§ds No. 6 Queen, 450 at lfi 4dj Scan .dlaaviaDjlOO at 6&a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADEiArDF, May 27. A deputation from the Royal Greogr plii pal Soeiety waited on the Premier to-day, and asked the Government to contribute £1000 towards Baron ifordenskfold's Ant arctic Expedition. The Premier replied that the Government were of opinion that Australia would not be benefited by the ex pedition. He pointed out that New Zealand, which was the nearest colony to the Polar Seas, had not subscribed a penny. If the governments of the other colonies were uanimoue in supporting the expedition on a basis of^ population, he would be very pleased to join. It was mentioned during the inter view that Sir Thos. Elder had promised to give £5000 towards the expedition, pro viding that the balance of money necessary to make it a success is forthcoming.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, MAY 22. , The Colonial Treasurer states that only . 2,&i0,000 of the loan of £3,000,OCX) recently issued lias yet been, taken up, bat the Government will not be put in any position of embarrassment in consequence. The sum actually required to reimburse the banks and trust funds for advances made is £2,450,000, and the present position is this: Reimburse ment has taken place to the extent of £2,000,009, and the debt of £450,000 to the trust fund will be continued. The railway contracts, in which an advance is necessary, will not be completed until the end of the year, when two million will be floated to enable the finances to he'put on a proper footing. It will signify little if the remain ing £1,000,000 on the market is indefinitely postponed. MELBOURNE, May 25. To-day was observed as a public holiday, the weather being delightfully fine. Thirty thousand people attended at the football match between the Eesenden and South Melbourne clubs, and other amuse...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

W SOUTH WALES. 1 Sydhey, May 22. I Tke Address in Reply *was presented to I the GoFeraor this afternoon by the Assembly. . reply, thanked them lor the ad^g^wid the expression of attachment m MurwiUumbah states that the inflny of unemployed from Queensland continues unabated. Yesterday over 20 tramps, spine without swags and begging their w»y? passed through there, and not a claypasses but a number put in an appear ' anee. It seems as if all the surplus labor of Queensland was flocking to this colony. SrDSnsr, May22. Edward Mirams, formerly postmaeter in charge of the offi^ afc the®B^iiry^uild- j Inge, Melbourne, was remanded to that city, on> chai*ge o£ embezzling moneys, thepro- i perfcjr of the (Werament of Victoria. Hois a brother of James Mirams, ex-M-EA., who is at present serving a term of imprisonment in connection with the Premier Permanent; Building Society's cases. . Sydhef, May 26. To-night Sir George Grey lectured to a crowded audience in the Town Hall on the question...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Managers' Reports. DAY DAWN NO. 3 WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Managers' Reports. BAY 94WIT NO. 3 WEST. Mr. W. H. Mammat, manager, reports under date 22nd May:-During the past fortnight the contractors hare extended the No. 8 level a further distance of 17ft, the total distance from the shaft is 75ft 6in. The underhand atopes below the ITo. 8 level west have been discontinued. The reef in the stopes above this level will average lOin in thickness. We have raised 10 tons of stone for the fortnight. There are now 110 tons in the paddock. JMfSiBU. James Walby, manager, reports under date May 21: During thepast fortnight the No. 2 north level lias been extended a further distance of Oft 6in with, one shift: total from shaft 120ft, with a great improvement in the last 4ft driven, the reef in the face averag ing lOin of heavy mineral stone, which pros pects well. The contractors started on Mon day last to sink a winze from the inter mediate level through to the. No 2 XT. level, a distance of about 40ft, and sunk 6ft Gin up to date. As soon as this wi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

ABEITAIS. ^ 3^ gj Captain Se^le,":'V-^ May 28.-Leara, e, Captain 5, ©. 5py, fromCooktown, via ports, wife mmls from ? Thnrsday Island and Gulf ports. _ Passen Sers-Messrs Klrk,Wa£te, Johnson, Master olmson, and seven Peerage. Win. Howard Smith and Sons, Ltd., agents, May27-Halley Bayly, 6chooner,from Sydney. Wright, Heaton andCo., agents.

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