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General Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Creiteral Mining Wews. ? ; ?" THE VictoriaGM. Co. reports a crushing of "2671 TONS for 1689ozs of gold, AND the grindings axe expected to yield 120ozs. Mr. Osborne Thompson, at present manager of UTO. 6 QUEEN Gr.M. Co.. has been appointed mining manager of Mills United 3)ay Dawn mines. ' * * * The Brilliant Block had a slight mishap" to the machinery which has caused delay, and the accompanying decline of shares. The mooted sale of Brilliant ground adjoin ing the Block area, and at a high figure is likely to have an effect on this stock. # # # KELLY'S Queen Block, Gr M. Co., Ltd., was, provisos , to Monday last, a Company of 24j000 shares at 20s each, but as there only remained IS 2d per share to be called up, a meeting of shareholders was convened for TW. day, and the following resolution carried:-" That the capital of this Company be increased by the issue of 24,000 new shares of £1 each, such shares to be credited with the sum of 18s lOd per share as paid thereon (the amount per ...

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

MINING REVIEW FOE THE WEEK. Baring the week the share market has been brisk, though not so much activity has been noticeable as for the preceding seven days. This is principally accounted for by the fact that the excitement caused by the rises in Brilliant Block and Brilliant and St. George United shares is slightly toning down. There is, however, still plenty of business being done, and smaller stocks have had a rising tendency. Brilliant and St, George Uniteds were to be had on Monday at 15s 9d, On Tuesday sales were effected at 15s 3d, but on Wednesday sales were made at 13s 6d. Shares retained about this price: to the end of the week. Brilliant Blocks, con., had buyers at 18s 3d, 17B, 15S, and 16s, sellers asking 23s, 21s 6d, 20s, and 21s. Day Dawn 4A. Wests retained their npward tendency, which started the preceding week, sales being made at 5s lid, 6s, 6s Id, 6s5d, 6s 4d up to Tuesday night* At Wednesday evening's call sales commenced at 5s 6d, but gradually receded to 3s lid,...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE POSTAL CONFERENCE. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

THE POSTAL CONFERENCE. LONDON. Mav 26. I The English Press comment favor ably on the Postal Congress accept ing the entry of Australia into the anion. . THE MILITARY TOURNAMENT. LONDON, May 26. the Duchess of Albany, opened the military tournament. The ; Victorians had a tremendous recep tion. THE QUEENSLAND LOAN. LONDON, May 26." ' The brokers have recived applica tions from the public, but there is an impression that the floating of the | loan, has been arranged. THE SOUTH EASTERN AFRICAN TROUBLES. LONDOY, May 27. It is admitted in Government circles at Lisbon that the expedition was wrong in going beyond Masse kessa. THE OMNIBUS STRIKE. London, May 27. The omnibus strike in London is over, and the General Omnibus Com pany has raised the wages all round. Twelve hours a day has been con ceded. THE OPPRESSION OF THE JEWS. London, May 27. It is proposed to forbid the Prussian Jews from observing their Sabbath, and to compel them to work on Satur day and rest on Sunday. f Baron Hirsch...

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DAIRY FACTORIES IN NEW ZEALAND. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

DAIRY FACTORIES IN FEW ZEALAND. Loudok, May 26. A Manchester syndicate is forming a company to erect dairy factories in New Zealand. .

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INFLUX OF GOLD, LONDON, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

nSTFLUX OF GOLD, LOSDON, May 2/. 1 The Bank of England has received £1,000,000 in gold within the last week.

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Telegrams. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) COOKTOWN, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Telegrams. TEtEGBAPH.) - OM OUB OW3T COfiEEBPOSTDESr} Cooktowk, May 22. There Is a good .deal of fiHn<«s in town, " mostly rheumatic complaints. The Oddfellows will give a picnic up the - line on Monday, and a ball will be given in . the evening at tlie School of Arte. A children's fancy, dress ball will be held on Monday in tlie sspe institution. COOKTOWN, May 23. The weather was cool, with, heavy gales all the week, and occasional showers; regular winter weather. : * CooKTOwy, May 26. Yesterday was fine, although cloudy. The Oddfellows' picnic up the line was largely attended, and was a great success. The ball at the School of Arts in the evening was a great success. The children's ball takes place to-night. CAIBNS, May 23. The second section of the Herberton rail way is blocked for all traffic, and the people are simply furious at tlie arbitrary actions of the department. Bread and beef are not even allowed on the contractors' waggons. CATR]STS, May 25. JXTAR?~eather w...

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Fatal Accident. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Fatal Jiecideiit. (BY ElECTBIC TELEGRAPH.) [from OUB OWN COBBESPOHDENT."] Sydney, May 22. A fatal railway accident happened to-night in the southern end of the Eveleigh tunnel. The goods train from tlxe south coast drawn by an engine driven by a young man named Richard Bertram liad just entered the tunnel, when it came into collision with a light engine, which was shunting from the Redfern Station. The engine of the goods train was severely damaged, and Bertram, who was crushed* between the reversing wheel and tender, was di-embo welled, and died almost immediately. He was a single man and resided with his mother. The fireman, whose name was Barn borough, escapedwithslightinjuries. If either the fireman or the driver of the other engine were much hurt. Two of the trucks of the goods train were derailed 5fo damage was done to the permanent way. The cause of the accident lias not been definitely "deter mined, but it is stated by some that the error lay in the light engine shunting on ...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. LONDON, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

MISCELLANEOUS. London, May 22. The death is announced of Sir Kobert N. Fowler, Bart. " The youngest of the Manipur princes ha^ been captured. ? '? , ;:;; The law Courts have been thoroughly disinfected as a precaution against influenza. It is reported that the Etata hassurren deredto the United States authorities, and' that the munitions of war on boardhave been transferred to the ISsmeralda. Later. Balmaceda's navy lias captured TaltaL The Commercial Navigation Co. claim the ownership of the Etak, which, the rebels ' seized, and deny the right of the United" States to detain her. ? A water spout descended on the Tuilleries - gardens in Paris, doing much damage. LONPOK, May 23. Parnell admits that the plan of campaign - has failed. The tailors strike has extended. One-third of the masters have conceded the terms of the - strikers. Westgarffis Circular says that the Queensland loan is inopportune, and the adoption of different dates for re-payment unpopular. The colonies must cease t...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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Fatal Fire. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Fatal ilre. (BIT ELECTRIC XELEGHAPII.) (NTOK OCB OWV COBEESPOHDENT.) SYDNEY, May 24. A fatal fire occurred at Broken Hill last j Friday night. Four detached zooms con nected with Tattersall's Hotel were totally destroyed, and a man named Nicholas A. Farley, an employee on the Netley Stataon.il was burned to death. Another man, who 1 was rescued with the greatest difficulty, was . badly burnt about the ariiis, and it may be I necessaiy to amputate both of them. The J cause of the fire is unknown, but it is under- J stood that Farley was the worse for liquor I when he went to bed. j

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Fatal Accident. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Fatal Accident. (BY Electbic Telegkaph.) {FBOM OUB OW2T COBBKSPONDENT.) Sydxtsy, May 24. A shocking accident occurred at the Brothers' wharf, Stone Island, near M'Lean, on Friday evening. Three youths, named James ROBS, Walter McLean, and Geo. Black, were letting off fireworks and jumping jacks in the store and one of the squibs jumped into a desk containing several pounds of gunpowder. A terrible explosion then occurred, the front, of the shop being blown out, and the three young men all received such, serious injuries that they had to be removed to the M'Lean hospital. Block, who was badly burnt, suc cumbed to the injuries soon after admission, and the others are still in a precarious con dition.

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Revised Catechism. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Revised Catechism. Who made you ?-Mrs. Montmor ency Seattercash. Why did she make you?-That I might pay her debts, drive her about in my carnage, and make myself generally useful to her. In whose image and likeness did she make yon?-According to the latest type at present in vo<*ue. Is this likeness in your body or in your soul ?-In neither. It is mainly in my clothes and my general be havioar. How is your behaviour in accord ance with the latest fashion ?-Inas much as I possess no opinions or principles whatever of my own, and that I do not mind what I do, so long as I do it in distinguished society. What is Reputation ?-The estimate your Neighbors entertain of yonr wealth said social position. Who is your Neighbor ?-Any one received in good Society. Should you love your Neighbor ? Certainly-in proportion to the esteem 1 he temporarily enjoys. What is Fashion ?-The latest frivolity practiced by the smallest number. Why should you follow fashion ? That I may be recognised...

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An Adventure in India. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

A CORRESPONDENT sends the follow - ing " account of tis experience 10. killing a tiger in India. He was travelling- on official business, and in -one of the villages heard, of a tiger which committed nightly depreda tions. He bonght a calf for bait, and t(;lie natives took it to a point outside sfche village, and fastened it to a stoke .under a convenient tree, where a branch, some twenty feet from the ground, hong over it. He con-1 tinues:- " ^ | Just before night, armed with two rifles and two pistols, all the firearms I had with me, I established myself alone upon that branch. I did not even take my one servant with me. He would only have gone to sleep and fallen to the groundL Quietly I prepared for business. I hung my amunition belt over the limb where I could reach it easily. My pistol belt I hung beside it, with' <©ne pistol on each side, so that I could lay my hand upon either instantly. One rifle I balanced against the tree, and as there was no place for the othe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

. n KLU6E Bros., SADDLERS and HARNESS MAKERS.'^ Three Hi-liest Awards 1687. Six Highest Awards 1889. -o OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, Charters Towers. . ' Y ATT Y ATT & VTATE8, JHERCHA]¥XS, CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS & IRONMONGERS, Chaktehs TOWERS. A Large Stock of All Kinds of JTimber and Iron always on hand. DOORS, SASHES, FRENCH LIGHTS, &c., LOCKS, BOLTS, HINGES, AND ^ BUILDING MATERIALS Of Every Description, and at REASONABLE PRICES. Estimates given of Erery Description of work. CWDEBTAfiERS. Their New HEARSE lias been lately supplied with Handsome Black alad White Plumes at great expense. FUNERALS Will be supplied in any style at the Shortest Notice, atid the Most Moderate Charges. MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES Supplied and Erected. Addeess NEXT TO THE CALEDONIAN HOUSE, Giix STREET. N.B.-Funeral Orders, when the Shop is closed, to be left at Mr. T. WrAir's Private Residence, opposite the School of Arts. Cool, Beautifully Situated, And Commanding Beautiful Vie...

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Horrible Murder. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) MELBOURNE, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Horrible Miardcr. (Br ELECTRIC TSIS&SICFF.} (ETTOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) MEUBOU&NIS. Mav 25. Amufder was committed at Soldier's Hill, BaUarat, on Saturday night, the victim being Kicholas Heeney, aged 58. A young man when passing the corner of Ligan and Hbwitt strains found .Heeney <n Hue footpath with the left side of his skull smashed in. The injuries had ap parently been done with a tomahawk or similar instrument. Heeney was gasping but died in a few seconds, tie was a widower, residing alone at Rocky Ponds, half a mile from where he was murdered. Me was well off and very intelligent. He was educated for lite priesthood, but latterly ; had been rather eccentric. It is supposed he was' murdered for his money, but the C"'ce think he was killed by someone who a, grudge against him. This theory Is supported by the fact that the sum of £2 and half an ounce of gold was found in his podeete on Sataxdaj.

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Weather Forecast. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Weather Forecast. J^EtBCTBIC TE1EGKAPH.) fFE(S|^ajB OWN COBRESPOJTDEKTS.l Bbisbanb^ May 28.-The following £ tlie weather forecast for Korfh and South Queensland:-Under the prevailing dis tribution of pressure we can only forecast much as before, namely, decidedly unsettled weather in all the Eastern districts, with heavydoud masses, although intervals of HpayiTig skies will be also noted. Then un settled conditions will probably extend further westard than ¥efx>re. Shipping ' l>ound from Northern ports will meet head winds, squalls, and rough seas in places. The concert given by the choir of the Presbyterian Church, assisted by tha Orpheus Xrless Society, passedoff very wellon Thurs day at the School of Arte, the attendance being good. The glees and cheroses by the Orpheus Glee Society and the choir Were creditably disposed of, a£ also were the severalsongs, duets, and trios on the pro gramme. , Mrs Hutter and Miss Meldrum deserve much praise for their excellent rendering of t...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

PROJECTED DEPASTURES. for Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports Bar*oo, Monday next, 1st J tine. Warrego, Thursday next, 4tli June. Aramac, Monday, 8th June. Buninyong, Thursday, 11th June. Arawafcta, Monday, 15th June. For Cooktown and intermediate ports-" Warrego, to-day, Saturday, 30th May. Aramac, Wednesday next, 3rd June. Buninyong, Saturday, 6th June. ArawaMa, Wednesday, 10th June, for Cairns, Creraldton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dnngeness Eahner, Tuesday next, 2nd June and thence weekly. for Port Douglas, Cairns, Creraldton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dnnge ness Burdekin, Monday next, 1st June, and thence weekly. for Normanton, Thursday Island, &c. Warrego, to-day, Saturday, 30th May. Buninyong, Saturday, 6th June, for London Tara, Tuesday, 16th June. Merkara, Tuesday, 14th July. Jumna, Tuesday, 11th August*. Jelunga, Tuesday, 8th September. Dorunda, Tuesday, 22nd September. Taroba, Tuesday, 6fch October. For Adelaide, via ports Sameas Brisbane. for China, Straits Set...

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EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

EXPECTED ABBIFAZS. From Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports Warrego, to-day, Saturday, 30fch ./-.u^May. . * Jbrrfmac, Tuesday next,2nd June. Bj^inyong, Saturday, Gth June. ; Arawattu, .Tuesday, 9th June. From Cairns, Greraldton, Mourilyan, Gard well, and Dungeness Palmer, to-day, Saturday, 30tli May, and thence weekly. From . fort Douglas Cairns, Greraldton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dunge ness Burdekin, to-day, Saturday, 30th May, and thence weekly. From Cooktown and intermediate ports Bareoo, Sunday next, 31st May. Warrego, Wednesday next, 3rd June. Aramac, Sunday, 7tli June. Buninyong, Wednesday, 10£h June. Arawatta, Sunday, 14th Jane. From IJormanton, Thursday Island, &c. Warrego, Wednesday next, 3rd June. Buminyong, Wednesday, 10th June. From London and intermediate ports Merkara, Thursday, 18th June. Jumna, Thursday, 16th July. Jelunga, Thursday, 13th August. Dorunda, Thursday, 27th August. : Taroba, Thursday, 10th September. From China, Straits Settlements, &am...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

DEPASTURES. May 28.-Leura, s. Captain J. D. Joy, for Adelaide, via ports. Passen gers-Mrs Tolfion^ Misses M'Carney, McCarthy, Cowell; Captain Keating; Messrs Abrahams, Kirby, M'Granley, Goddard (2), M'Queen, Phillips, fiyan, Adrian^ Irvine, Orphanage children, for Boekhampton, and 3J9 steerage. Wm. Howard Smith and Sons, Ltd., agents. May 27.-Chingtu, s, Captain .Hunt, for Southern ports, with through passengers from Hongkong.

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THE INFLUENZA. LONDON, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

THE ESTFLUENZA. LONDON, May 27. I There were 379 deaths from fluenza in London last week.

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THE TROUBLE IN SOUTH-EAST AFRICA. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

THE TEOUBIiF, SOUTH-EAST AFRICA: t LOKDOV, Mm 25. ! News from South Mast Africa states that an attack was made by natives in the Portuguese service on. Hue British Chartered South African Company's expedition, which num bered sixty persons, between Masse* kesse and Popfc Salisbury, in Malieo land. The Portuguese have now closed the route to the eastern coast , by the way of the Pangiv^River. It is believed that' a body of police, ' escorting 350 miners to the M&sona Plateau, were a t tacked in the com pany's territory. The London Press are willing to await the discussion of the affiair in the Cortes. The Governor of Mozambique de clares that the British Chartered South Africa Company men attacked the Portuguese in the neighborhood of Massekesse. The fighting lasted for some hours, several persons on both sides being killed. Another account from Delagoa Bay states that the Portuguese arrived within 20 yards of Fort Salisbury, when the British fired on them, kill ing 7 and wou...

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