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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

MOSMAN ICEW BARN» . . f Direct Importer of Gold aad Silver Watches by Nicole & Neilson, Rotherham, Cross, Erhardt, Waltham, Elgin, and other celebrated makers. -HIGH-CLASS GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY, in laitLwinm^ OpulH, Pttoriw, and other G^rns. JSHJYER and ELECTRO PLATE, CLOCKS, said CUTLERY, suitable for WEDDUWar and BIRTHDAY PRESENTS. The Lai^esfc and Best Assorted Stock out of Brisbane, and the Best Quality Made. Every Article Guaranteed. Jewelleiy manufactured from, original designs, and all repairs in the above lines turned oat equal to new. HOTE THS ADDRESS . BARNETT, MOKM AN STRBSSt, t .'II ABTKI&i TOWEBS LYA L MOSMAN STREET. CHARTERS TOWERS. Kings from 12s. 6d. to £20. AS ahvays onhand a First-Class Stock of Gold an>l Silver Watches, from 40s. te £40. Disss and fc' and Keeper ^ngs^m 20s. Biooche8,B^i^S^ WORKING Having al! the appliances of a First-Class Jewellery >Establishment, wis one prepared to make Workiinaiship equal to the best Edln; burghs mm a...

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Herbertoo Mining. (From the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Herbertoo Killing. (From the Advertiser^) The amount of tia raised from the alluvial workings in the district is not so large as last year, but had the season been a good one more stream tin would have been raised than rinring any other previous season. The rain fall was, however, so intermittent that many minftTs could notTeaiise, and the consequence was a diminished supply of tin; Should next season prove favorable, a very large amount of tin will be produced. Some fair tin is being raised from the Wheal Vor, the last crushing from which gave about 7 per cent. The lode is a large one, and the owners are confident they will be able to make the mine pay. Good progress is being made with the ?erection of the machinery at Montalbion, and a - boom is expected there when it starts. Should the new works prove a success, Montalbion should, before long, become a busy centre. It is reported that the party on the Greraldton road have struck payable gold in the vicinity of the line. Ko authen...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

The Concentrating Mill at the British Mine, Broken Kill.

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Limestone. (Cooktown Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Eiimestone. (Cooktown Cotirier.) The No. 1 West Anglo-Saxon are ejKIl raising fair stone from the bottom levels. There is also some very good stone coming out of tiie 90 t level. The contractors for winze in western level are pushing ahead, and will shortly break through to bottom, level. All machinery is in tip-top going order, and should shortly part a div. The Anglo-"axon P C, are busy crashing full time, and will clean up this week. It is rumoured that this crushing will not be much better than the last. However, they mean to give her another sink. A contract has been let to sink the main shaft a further 100ft, and it is to be hoped they will find the precious metal this time. The Michael Davitt party have started stoping out what appears fair looking stone. The Good Hope, Rose Ann, South Cross, North Cross, Highland Mary, and the [ Healey's Lease are also raising stone, which i I trust will repay the plucky owners. [ Limestone, August 1st, 1892. I Bendigo is looking remarkably ...

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ROWING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

B0W1NCK (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, August 9. At a meeting of the Victorian Bowleg As sociation last sight, a tetter was received from the New South Wales Bowing Association, staging thejdeemed it undesirable to alter the definition of an amateur. All condi tions being gatit factory the Association were favorably disposed to continue the' annual .ight oar contest between the Colonies, and suggested that tkenext race be held ou the Paramatta river as the Association is at pre sent not in a position to send a crew to compete for the Champion Fours, and as the Queensland Association had intimated they could not be represented this year in the champion fours. South Australia has inti mated the intention of the Port Adelaide Club to take port in the contest. It was de cided that tiie champion fours should be com peted for on the 22nd October, and the champion sculls on 9th November.

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

BOXING. The glove contest between Shannon and *' Black Chris" took place at the ckating Kink on Saturday night, there being a good attendance, lhe fight was a real good one from the start, but alter the fourth round Chris had all the beBt of it. In the tenth round Shannon threw his opponent, and on appeal being m> de to the referee, the fight TOE awarded to Chris. T. Phillips seconded Shannon, vhilst the wants of Black Chris were well attended to by J. Malone. Mr D. Msssingham acted as referee, and Mr H. Perkins as time-keeper. [BT CABLE.] LONDON, August 12. Jem Burge, the Australian "Iron Man," ? - met Lavigne, of 1M ichigafi, at the California - Athletic Club Booms, San .Francisco, yester day. . After the men had fought 13 rounds the affair, much to the dissatisfaction or tie spectators, was declared a draw.

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FOOTBALL. [BY NEMO.] [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

FOOTBALL. [Br SlBKo.j With a flaming hot son. no breeze, and a fearfully dusty ground, the prospect of wit awning a fast game onSunday between the Baogexp and the Wallaroos appeared to be email. The game was late in starting, how ever, and at kioking-off time, 4J0, the atmos phere had tempered somewhat. The 'Boo», stimulated bj their recent victory, kept things fairly even in the find; half, bat weight told in the second half, «mi *3i« 'BOOB had all the work cut tint to defend their goal line. Hall, I think, did Che best work of any player on the field, cert , inly the best of his ride, and it is a that he does not get backed up better; his dribbling was splendH, and his tackling consistently good, Mel lamby took the honors amongst the Bangers, be seems to have as mu<-h " last" as a steam-engine and all the opinions to the con trary, his centre three-quarter play is soundly correct as yesterday it was not until his passes we e repeatedly fumbled that he monopol sad the ru...

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ATHLETICS. CHARTERS TOWERS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

ATHLETICS. CHARTERS TOWERS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. The following entries hare been received ; G-SAJTD HANDICAP.- James Hamilton* George Pollock, F McKif-rnan, A Bu chanan, & St Ledger, P Birstwell, Thos. Jinks, fl- Cockerill, C V ureombe* M Staunton, J Bain, £ Newton, J D Jenkins, 8 J teddy, £ Wicker (a) (condt), E J Wat son* H Squires* fi W Smythe, P S McLean, T Boardman W J Pattmson* (condt.), A Dielum* P O'Coonell, A S McAllister, C Mezger* N Mahoney, W T<egear, Q- Char don, Norman (a)* G- McAuliffe, W Faull* B Enright, fi Borresen, F cSmith, J E Fogg, J Washington* W H Buchanan* A E Camp bell* J Edison* W J Nelson* C Bamford* J 3 Bairatow, J Edwards, B Bridge, E Smith, C E Smith, James Malone* F Nelson, F Erickson, J P Malone, A F Campbell, E. Holland. QCABTBR UDJS.-J Hamilton, W S McLean, A F Cross, J P O'Oonneli, C Mezger, G Oockeriil, F T Watkins, Norman (a), G McAuliffe, J J Biirstow, C E Strike, J McNamee, F Nelson, F Erickson, ? A F Campbell, E Holland, H ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

"OAHBISE'S" Monster Consultation ? Oir THE MELBOURNE GUP, TO BE eun AX FLEMINGTON, OH KOVE1HBER tet. 1§9S. 30,000 SPBSCKIBEEB AT 2/6. 130,000 £2,600to be divided as foILowe First Horse Second Horse Third Horse Starters divide Non-starters divide 4 Cash Prizes of £40each 10 " " of £10 each 20 " " of m each ... 40 " " of £2 10B each... £2500 Division Pro Rata. Every 2s 6d invested will have 79 sepa rate chances of obtaining a substantial prizee The promoters, to suit the dull times, hav determined on making 2s 6d Consultations on all the leading xaces throughout the year, and hope, by having everything conducted in a fair and legitimate manner, to have a share of public patronage. A Committee will be eierted from the eubscribere, and the time and place for drawing will be adver tised in the daily papers. We have bIBO Straight out a* d Double Books on all Principal events. Our Cau'field and Melbourne Cup Double is worthy of at tention. £30 to 3s. Persons making application for tickets ...

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THE RIFLE. (BY MORRIS-TUBE.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

TOE RIFLE. (By MOKKIS-TIJBH.) Practice was vigorously persaed last week at the long ranges, and though the wind was generally strong and gusty, and the light bright and glaring, the scores were very good indeed. I t-peak advisedly when I say that we coald find a team of ten men, who could take tea, with a similar number | from any Rifle Club in Australia at the five distances, 3,5,6.8, and 900yards. I come to this conclusion from a comparison of the 1 different scores, and although Gymyie, for instance is always phenominal, and ; extraordinary recoras on their pwn range, they seem to be " diminutive tubers, and spaxse in the mundane elevation " when they get on neutral ground. Our team for Bris bane, if there is to be one (which appears even now to be problematical) will not be finally picked till Saturday night, so that an opportunity will be given to all who have a " show" to havea final practice at the 3, 5, and 000yards, and the entries will have to be wined down. Besides the te...

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Ravenswood Mining. (From the Mining Journal). BOCHFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Bavenswood mining. (From the Mining Journal). BOCHFORD. Tlie eigne of the tames are prosperous in /£his distant part of the district. The first in importance is the fact that the large engine and - Cornish boiler, with two more berdan pans are about to be added to Brietereitz's mill The whole plant is to be re-laid some 60 feet further up the hill, which will give four feet more of a rise to enable concentrat ing and grinding to more advantage than at present. This shows the confidence in this grand old field. This is but the small beginn ings of a great future when the present claims are all pounding away, getting and crushing stone. Rochford will then absorbe a great deal of mining and other labour, 'f here is no question about its mineral wealth, few old mining localities can show a bettt r record in the past, and withjthe improved advance both in knowledge and treatment of mundic ores, a great future is in store for it. There is the Bobinson Crusoe on 2ft of good payable stone. ...

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Percy River Motes. PERCY RIVER August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Percy River Motes. PEBCT RIYEB August 4. I have allowed. three weeks to pass since my last letter, bat there was nothing stirring to report. Mining matters axe quiet and one might say doll although the batteiy still keeps j pounding away and the returns keep up to^ the average. Bain still keeps off and the country round. here is becoming very bare, bat we have sufficient water thanks to the ppring Sukle discovered to keep the battery going for some months yet. Warden Haldane passed through here on, his way to Gilberton last Friday. He returned on Monday and was all day yesterday occupied transacting mining business and settling dis putes. He left for the Big Beef last night; while here he initiated Mr. Philip Healy into his new duties as acting Mining Registrar, and if one can judge by the number of appli cations that are now to be seen posted outside the office Mi*. Healy will find his office no sinecure. The committee for the provisional school have received a reply from the Under...

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Gilberton. (Etheridge Mining Journal correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

ClllliertoiL (Miheridge Mining Journal correspondent). I am glad to inform you that Mr. W. ti. Grove, the managing director! of the Gilber ton Gr.M. Company went down to Sydney in June last to procure pans for the battery. He has purchased and shipped 15 different grinding pans, -which will arrive here about August next. Hitherto the company have used no grinding appliances, and the tailings, specimens of which were sent for assay have given a yield of from 3£ozs to lOozs to the ton; and also from a few to 26ozs to the ton. Mr. J. E. Gross, an old hand at Gilber ton-one of the oldest residents-has 200 tons of ore at grassland expects {to get it put through when the new machinery arrives. He anticipates a yield of from ljozs to 2|ozs to the ton. Several parties have lately come across here from Percyville. and have taken up some of the abandoned shows, principal among which are the Caledonia, Janet and Danish. In the past there were over 100 gold reef ing claims at work here, and no ...

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Etheridge Mining Notes. (Etheridge Mining Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Etherids^e Mining Notes. (TEtlieridge Mining Journal.) Mr Phil Healy has been gazetted Acting Mining Registrar at Percyvile. The Monitor mill is now engaged on a crushing from the St George mine which will clean up this week. It is reported that Messrs Maitland and party hare concluded arrangements with Mr Harris to have 150 tons from the Spero No 1 West crushed at the Durham battery. . The Golden Crown battery cleaned op on Saturday night a crushing of 100 tons (Crown tribute) for il4oz 9dwts smelted gold. A crushing of 16 tons from the Balmoral (Brownlie and party) is now going through the Struggle mill; 37oz 2dwts were taken from the pans after eight tons were put through, which speaks well for the quality of the stone. This is one of the claims at Castleton which was abandoned some time ago on account of its refacto^y ore. Operations at the Pa-pa mine are progress ing, night and day shifts being engaged to lessen the water to enable the purchasers of the machinery to get at the ...

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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH) BRISBANE, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. \BY TELE&BAPK) Bbbbui, August 15, Tiie quotatiouB to-day were :-Day Dava No. 3 West, 8 la6d ;No. 1 Bast Sunburst,« 4B 5 Claxk'eBrilliant, Worceeter and Victory, b 3s$d ; Ho.2 South-east Day ©awivb 9d^ s e ll|dj No. 6 Queen, aSs 3d j Muldiva, paid up, e 3b lid, contribating, 8 2e6d.

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"THE NORTH QUEENSLAND REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Name of Company. Alabama, No Inability (piidup) Ditto (contributing)... Band of Hope ... Brilliant &St. George Utd. G.K., Go. lid. fn.u.) Ditto (contributing) Brilliant GL Iff. Co., LifccL (paid up) . .. Brilliant Block &JL Go., Ltd., (paid pp) Ditto . contributing Brilliant ExtendedG.M. Co.,N.L. (paid up).,. liitto) (contnbuting}... Brilliant Extended Block OiL Co., N.L. (con) " " » (paid up) Brilliant Co.. Ltd. Brilliant Freeholds G.M. Co., Ltd. (pd up) ... Ditto (cont.) ... Bonnie Dundee G.M. Co., Ltd. Clark's Brilliant and Worcester and Victory G.M. Co., NJj. ;i. Brilliant, St. Patrick & Queen GM Co, Ld (p-n) ditto ditto (con) Caledonia P,C Tribute, No Liability ... Caledonia Consolidated GMCo, Ltd... Craven's Caledonia G M Go, N.L Charters Towers Pyrites Co, Ltd Charters Towers Gas Co, Ltd ... ... .. Dan O'Connell G M Co, Ltd Day Dawn No. 3 West G M Co, Ltd ... Day liawn No. 4a. West (J M Co, Ltd Day Dawn No. 4B West G M Co, Ltd (pd. up) ditto ditto (con...

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Local Mining News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

I<eettl flinin^ Kew«. WEDNESDAY, Au&trsr 10. Mills* United lias cra<h d 1222 tons £or~ ISylctz, including 58oz from the Defiance 'Mill Crushing*. :* The Brilliant and St. Gheorge United cleaned up jee erday for 280oz from tons of ctoue; tue gald was worth £3 11 7d per oz. A. nice reef 2ft thick in some pieces was cut in t e bait to crosscut at the end of jat-t week and hardened share*, but the disappointing crushing knocked them back to the old level again. 220 tons of etoue were raised for the fortnight. THUiiSDAV, A.UQU8T 11. At the star of Hope they are driving on 2ft of stone, which so far is of rather fnor qua.) it lhe shaft at the Alabama is now down 532ft. The reef in the sitxk of the underlie has improved in sue and appearance. The Victoiia inu cleaned up from 260 tons of stoue for I260oz 16dwt of gold. The battery is still kept going, and will be for eome tune to couie, a* tue workings eveiy where areopeuiug up good payable etone. At the Ao. 7 ...

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Ravenswood District Mining. (From the Mining Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Kaven§wood District Alining. (From the Mining Journal.) The Polyglot.-This company have their shaft down 63ft on the ' Old Dominion' and and have a formation 4|ft wide with three reins of ore. Fair gold is showing in the stuff, which is a massive black mineral, cany ing a fair percentage of phoepate of lead and sulphide of lead, and looks well for silver as well as gold. It was worked in former days for silver, but aa the two metals could not be extracted in the colony, it was abandoned on that account. Sow both metals can be saved by snifcltang. Harry t quires has taken up the adjoining 'The v utsider,' from which he got good cru^hings some years ago. He is now gjing bald-headed for the mundic, and has com menced by carting in some ore to toe New Enlgand mill.

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ROCHFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

BOCBFOBD. Captain P.O. axe in the north-east stopes on brown stone, the reef is large and carries good gold. It most be very gratifying to the owners to find gold-bearing stone of so great a length and uniform value. Captain Block are steadily increasing their distance from the surface, and will shortly provethe value of the Captain reef at a fair depth. The fact of the P.O. having so exten sive and valuable a shoot of Btone ought to con firm their expectations that their claim carries MI abundance of rich 6tone to reward them for their long and anxious labors. Commodore are strictly on the keep it dark line--this public most draw their own conclu sion.. Hadleigh Castle may now be said to be fairly under weigh sinking and stoping, alieady their paddock is of good dimensions of-lair quality stone, bat it is expected when next breaking down of stone in the sink to find the rich hanging wall reef greatly in creased in sizej although last breaking down was not bad ; reef being 2ft thick...

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ARGENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

ARGENTINE. There is little or nothing doing in silver mining here. The Northbrook owners are at present dressing ore, and a load has just been despatched for Townsville. It is to be hoped that the Hero properties will resume work before long. Mr. Faulkner's battery is crushing away. It is a great convenience that Mr. Faulkner is again starting to crush for Hie public, and though his charges are very high, amounting to half an ounce of the gold per ton, which price he mast charge in consequence of the battery being able to put through only a small quantity of stone daily, yet I understand the miners are quite satisfied. At Piccadilly, about 20 miles south up Argentine there are 16 miners and about 8 Chinamen working in quartz and alluvial. I learn that there is a large reef carrying good gold, and a crushing at Mr. Faulkners' battery has given very sat isfactoiy results. This locality is a good one and if the reefs turn out as expected abatteiy must shortly be erected there.

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