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THE BISHOP OF LONDON THREATENED. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

THE BISHOP OF LONDON THREATENED. JjCMsdok, May 26. 1 A madman threatened to shoot Dr. Temple, Bishop of London.

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

Sear and Engine Fight WmxE crossing " Rattlesnake Trestle,' near Ijakeland, Florida, two large bears were overtaken by a train. The bridge was too liigb to jump from, and, finding escape im possible, tlie bears turned, stood upright, and faced the train with fore-paws up in prize figliter style. Theengine dashed oneofthem off tlie trestle, but the other was thrown up into the air by the cow-catcher, and in Mb fall clutched the brass rods in front of the locomotive. Desperate with pain, he growled savagely and scrambled along towards the " cab," where the stoker's face was visible. *£he stoker had justbeen raking the fire, and made a lunge at his ferocious assailant with the great red hot poker. With a terrific liowl thepoor beast tried to spring upon the -stoker, but lost his footing and fell almost under the wheels. He lost part of a bind leg, but in spite of all his wounds be picked himselfup after rolling down the embank ment (by this time the train was off the trestle), and boun...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PARNELL O'SHEA DIVORCE CASE. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

THE PARNELL O'SHEA D1VOKCE CASE. LONDON, May 26. in the O'Shea Parnell divorce case a decree absolute has been granted.

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Scientific notes. ON SOME OF THE CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF GOLD. XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

[BY A. W. CLARKE, F.G-.S.] ON SOME OF THE CHEMICAL PEOPEHTIES OF GOLD. XIII. ITottovnKG Article XII, tlia next subject; I for our consideration, in connection with the superficial tarnishing of gold surfaces, is the oiddation thereof. I am sorry to state at the outset tliat my experiments on superficial oxidation of gold surfaces are veiy meagre. Being personally more interested in the sul pliurization, and wliat I term the arsenicalizing of gold, and this is because I am inclined to the belief that sulphur, arsenic, and perhaps antimony, in certain ores, are more common and implacable enemies to the capture of gold by mercury. The question of sulphur ization on gold was considered in the last article, and the action of arsenic will be dealt with in the next. Of course all these obstructions, films or "foes" can only be fought with the weapon of solution. Faraday's "matter out of place" j anglicee dirt is removed from clothes by soap j which promotes a solution, and just as they j c...

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

Attempted Wife Murder. BY ELECTIBC TELEGRAPH. (FROM OUH OFFY OOSEESPOJIDKNT). MELBOURNE, May 25. An old resident of Ballarat, named Jolm Hurdie, has been arrested for attempting to murder liis wife. Tlie Latter was found wifcli a fearful gash in her throat, the windpipe being severed. In her dying depositions she stated that the wound was inflicted by her husband. Her statement is supported by lier children. Domestic trouble is supposed to hare been the cause. Hurdie states that his wife cut her own throat. Tlipre is no hope of her recovery.

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Mr. Champion on Trades Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Mr. Champion on Trades (JuioDi§m. ? I " THE Crushing Defeat of Trades Union- ? ism in Australia," is the title of Mr. Cham pion's article in the Nineteenth Century. He begins by enumerating the highly favorable conditions under which the working classes in Australia are placed, their wealth, their political power, and their organisation and obedience to their leaders, to say nothing of the £15,000 tbev received from Great! Britain, and then states: " Conceive that after three month's fighting these leaders are unmistakably and avowedly beaten on every point at issue; then you will have a fair idea of the remarkable defeat which has just befallen in Australia, ' an army of lions led by asses,' and of which the effects - good and bad - will inevitably be impressed upon the labor movement wherever the workman looks upon trades unionism as the means of liis deliverance from the land of bondage." Mr. Champion considers that the real cams belli was the intention of the Federated Unions to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Dangerous Practice. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

A Dangerous Practice. SlKCE the Wild West Shows made the* appearance in Charters Towers, all the small boys in tlie town have been practising throw ing the lassoo, and many of them have be come so expert in its use that they are able to catch any living tilling at which they cast it, and the practice is becoming dangerous. Not many weeks ago one of Mr. 5. Harvey's employees was dragged off his horse, and injured so eeverely that he had to be taken to the hospital, where he remained for several days. 29b prosecution followed as it should have done, and lassoos have since been used without let or hindrance, until last Saturday, when two lads were brought up at the Police Court charged with, the larceny of a turkey, the property of lb D. C. McPlierson, the local postmaster. The evidence showed that the boys, after lassoo ing the bird, carried it into the bush and hid it. They were both found guilty, and as they were both evidently neglected children, were ordered to be sent to the Refo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A CAUTION TO CONSPIRATORS. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

A CAUTION TO CONSPIRATORS. LONDON, May 25. I One hundred and sixty prisoners, cliarged with, being concerned in the Mala Vita conspiracy in Italy, bare been convicted, and sentenced to terms of imprisonment ranging from six months to 15 years.

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THE EMIGRATION OF THE JEWS TO ARGENTINE. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

THE EMIGRATION OF THE JEWS TO ARGENTINE. LOXDOX, May 25. Baron Hirscli's Committee is buy ing 5,000,000 acres of land in the Argentine Republic, and is arranging to emigrate the Jews from German ports.

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MUSS ELSIE HALL. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

MUSS ELSIE HALL. LOKDOK, May 26. I Tlie Times, commentixig' on Miss Elsie Hall's playing at a concert at Kensington, states that she has excep tional execution, and gives lier a high place amongst professional pianists. [Miss Hall is a native of Toowoomba, Queensland.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FINANCIAL CRISIS IN PORTUGAL. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

THE FINANCIAL CRISIS IN PORTUGAL. London, May 25. In view of the present financial crisis in Portugal the Portuguese Government propose to make French and Spanish gold coin a part of the legal currency, and also to tem porarily abolish the import duty on grain.

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT BROMPTON, LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

FATAL ACCIDENT AT BROMPTOIT, Iioxdok, May 25. 1 I A fatal accident occurred last night 1 | at the residence of Lord Romilly, at Brompton. It appears that Lord Romilly accidentally overturned a paraffin lamp, and thus set fire to the ( house. His lordship and two ser-! vants were suffocated by the smoke \ before they could be rescued. The ' flames spread rapidly, and the house was completely gutted.

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AN OMNIBUS STRIKE. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

US OMNIBUS STRIKE. LONDON, May 25. 1 Traffic in Paris lias been paralysed . owing to a. strike among the omnibns I drivers. | IiOKDOK, May 26. j Five thousand omnibus drivershave struck in Paris, and fifty have been arrested for intimidation,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Postal Intelligence. + TIME OF ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS AT THE CHARTERS TOWERS POST OFFICE. Mails Close as under :? For Brisbane -Every Sunday and Wednesday, at 8 p.m " Townsvllle-Thrice daily-12.30 p.m, 4 p.m,. and 8 p.m " Millchester-Twice daily-9.40 a.m and 8 p.m " Black Jack and Stockholm-Daily, at ?.30 a.m ,, Balfe's Creek, Homestead, Pentlaiid, Torrens* Creek, Prairie-Daily, 9.40 a.m " Queenton, Macrossan Bridge, Selllieim, fiavens wood Junction, Beid Biver-Twice daily 12.30 p.m and 8 pan INLAND MAILS. teave Charters Towers for: Time of Departure. Time of AxrisraL BrongMon Georgetown Hughen&en HiUgrove Mount Leyshon. fiavenswood Richmond Downs Bishton Friday, 9 a.m Wed, 9.40 a.m Daily, 9.40 a.m Wed, 8 p.m 99 »» D'ly, 12.30 p.m. Wed, 9.40 a.m Friday, 9 a»m Friday, 11 ajn Tuesday, 8 p.m D'ly, 6.25 p.m Thu'd'y, 6a.m » 10 " D'ly, 6.20 p.m Thurs, 8 p.m Friday, 2 p.m Addressing- the jury in the conspiracy case yesterday afternoon, Mr. Justice Harding alluded to the fac...

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Warden's Court. FRIDAY, May 22. Before the Warden. GOLDEIELDS HOMESTEADS, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Wa^den's Court. FRIDAY, ££4F 22, Beforethe Warden. GOX,DEIEtDS HOMESTEADS, 2098. It. Etlierton, 40a, four miles from. Pentland. Approved conditionally. 2099" M. Hegarty, 2r, Broker-street. Ap proved conditionally^ 2100. J. B. Green, 2r, Hicks-street. Ap proved conditionally. 2101. W. F. Potts, 2r, forfeited GLFH. 1406. Approved conditionally, 2102. F, C. Breen, lr, forfeited Gr.F.H. 264. Approved conditionally. 2103. I. Weir, 2r, forfeited Gr.F.H. 1907. Approved conditionally. 2104. B. J", fiayers, lr 32|p, Millcliester Road. Approved conditionally. 2105. T. H. Mann, 2r, forfeited Gr.F.H.. 1917- Approved conditionally. 2106. D. Hughes, 2r, Tram-street. Ap proved conditionally. 2107. S. Richardson, 2r, forfeited Gr.F.H. 764. Approved conditionally. 2108. J. Comerford, 5a, forfeited Gr.F.H. - 771. Adjourned for one week. 2109. 3. Waldby, 2r. New Alabama Road. Approved conditionally. 2110. N. Waldby, 2r, adjoining Gr.F.Hw-^ 2109. Approved conditionally. * 2111. C. Williams, 40a, Clarke...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

- The Latest Qnotailoi^ CHAPTERS TOWEBS 8TOOK . . ESDSAlSflil. ; EVENING- CALX.. Quotations for 2rfch May, 1891: Brilliant and St George United, b lis, s e lie 3d, sales 230 at lis 3d Brilliant Block, con.., b 15s3d, s 18s Brilliant and Worcester atid Viqfoiy, b 9s 3d, 610s 3d - - Charters Towers Gas, b 8s 6d Day Dawn No. 3 West b Is, s ls6d Day Dawn, Kb. 4A W, b 3b 2|d, s 3e 4|d Golden Grate, b 9B 9d, s 10s 6d Kelly's Q,aeen Block, b 4s 8d Ifldjf Maria, b 3s 4d, e 3s lOd iGIls United, b 10s s 10s 3d Sew Grace Darling, b Is 5d, s Is 5|d, sales 600 at l«5£d ifculdiva coiu, b 4B lid, s 4s Gd Muldxra,p.av b 6s lOd No6Qaeen, b Is 8§d, e Is 6d, sales 450 at ft* 4d . Bo. 7 JSjE. Queen, b 9s 3d, a 10s ffo.88 8. Day Dawn, b Is 3d Pagnum Block. b 10s6d Queen Ctoes ileef,b 8s 9d QB«m Consolidated, b 3s 109, a 4s 4ne^i Centra!, b 6s 6d, e 6s Seandmaiip, b 4£d, s 6d, tales 100 &t6d SanbonlwJ^p, b 27s, s 27s 6d Soidii ^ntiBnlliuit, b 3d, 6 6d ^ict(MT»b46te ' Victoria Ho. I West, b Is j J...

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"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

REGISTER" SHAKE I,IST. mm. STune of Company. .Band of Hope ... ... Brilliant and St. George United ... jfealliant Gr. M.Co. Brilliant Block p . u. Ditto contributing Bonsie Dundee ... .Caledonia P. <3- p. U. ... ... Ditto contributing dhartera Towers Pyrites ... Ditto 'ditto p. u- to 5/ "ChartersTowers Gas fi)awu No. 3 West 'Ditto ditto p. u. to 10/ j}&y Dawn Uo. 4A West (issued p. u. to -10/~ ... ? ... .». ... DajDavn No. 435 West ^Bay Dawn Iffo. 5 West ... ... ... Day Dawn No. 6 Wed; ... ... leserre p. a. ... Ditto ditto contributing... l^ay*J^Pftwki. . C. ... «** *«. ... <£toldenGate 'Hidden Treasure and Mount Lady Maria JBome^nle p.u. to 10/- ... ~:XSelly® Caledonia ... . Queen Block Mosman ... . .. ... -mSh Day ©awa Uaited ... ... ... yillinan Caiedoma. ... "Uew Iron Duke M» ««« ... ... New Imperial . .. jlorth Queensland Pyrites contributing... Ditto ditto p. u.... ... :3Tew Graee Darling JTo. 7Norfch EastQueen «#? ... ... 3So. 1 East Sunburst . ....

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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BRISBANE, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. [BI ELECTRIC TELEGBAPIlJ - {FROM OUB OWK COBBESPOKDERT.} Bbxsbajve, May 28. The following axe the latest Bales z 4a. West Day Dawrn, 3s 8d, 3b <Jd, 3b 5|d, 3B 5d, 3b 4Jd: Qneeii Consolidated^ 3?,$d , Snalnnt 25e 8d, 26s, 26s; Heir 6m» Pw Hn|la^d The following are the latest quotations: Brilliant, e £8 5B XTo. 4A. West Day Dawn, b 3s 3d, e 3p 4|d GoldenQafce, b 9s ltd, e 10s 8d~ . QiieenCross Beef, b 8s 9d,s9sdd Qoeeh Gobsolidated. b 3B 9|ds 6 3B lOd Sunbturet, b«26s, s 26B 2d NewI%pfiefJ&u3iiigt s Is 5d# i ls6d Mills' Unite^b 9s 3d, e 15B Brilliant and St George United, b 10B dd, s lie fid Brilliant Block, p.11., 8 24B 6d Brilliant Block, eon., s 22s Brilliant and Worcester and Victory United, b 6b 9d, e 10s

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BOXING. JOE GODDARD V. TOM LEES. CHAMPION SHIP OF AUSTRALIA AND PURSE OF 250 SOVEREIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

Boxma. JOE GODDABD V. TOM LEES. CHAMPION SHIP OF ArSTBAJLIA AND PlTRSE OF 250 SOVEBEICrJfS. 2ffeveria tlie annals of the premier gold field has anything in mattersfistic created so nxucli interest as the match between tlie two above weilknownheavy weights, which took place on Saturday night, and itwas in every senee a. championship battle. . Tom Lees, who first was brought into prominent notice by his defeat of Farnan now some years back, has the disadvantage of being what maybe termed a little stale at the game, and it is over two years since last he went Into "ng to fight to a finish. These is no doubt that this want of recent practice is by no means in his favor, and being about a "efcone and a half the ~ lighter man, there seemed every justification to the layers of odds. Lees is 33 years of age, and last night entered the ring at about list 61bs, whilst Croddard, who is 28 years old next birthday, turns scale at 12st 121bs. Joe Goddard until tv^years ago was an unknown man, but...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Matters set Barcaldine. BARCALDINE, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891

I Matters set Karcaldiiie. Bascaldiib, Mav 27. The freelaborers for Beacongfie I and Bimerah passed. through. Barcaldire at 1Mb morning, with an escort of the Naval Brigade and police. Thepilot engine, which, was 10 minutes ahead, picked up two car riages with 20 infantry and 12 mounted in- x fantry and the Government Agent, and' preceded the feee laborers' train to Saltern Railway ? Station, 12 miles away., ^ . Im ae- ~ empdancp withtheb- new rtde&, ih!e ? unionists ? tsnade no demonstration o* attempt to. inter fere with anyof the men at Saltern. There were horses ready saddled for tke Beacons field contingent, numbering thirty, an& within an. hour this party, who have I previously shorn at Huntly Station had' theirsw&gspacked on horses and were away * with their; escoit of mounted infantry. They expect to reach Beaeonsfield to-night. The larger party for Bimerah could not; proceed, as the ground is too heavy owing to recent ^aansfor loaded waggons. They ac...

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