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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. IN CHAMBERS. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Cooper.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
Widhuoat, Axsacm 10. IN CHAHBEBS. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Cooper.) j Me Jeremiah Down Armitpg^Bj .^bbff'e petition in insolvency. Mr Boberte for pe titioner. Adjudicated accordingly. First meeting. 25th inst,, statement of a5ai»24th instil Me William lITanJnnJd, insolvent, motion topaB^hst examiiiitiim.; MrfiomB for in solvent. The 17th September was fixed as the dav of last examination before the Police Magistral at HeHberton. Re John Story Xhomasson, Chatters TOWNS, miner, debtor's petition in forma pauperis. Mr Miiford for petitioner. Adjudicated accordingly. First ^ meeting 24th August, statement 23rd.
What does a Squr do for a Horse? [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
What does a Squr do for Home ? Tour horse is weak and weary with a long day's journey. You have ridden him sinoe early morning, Impatient to reach a shelter for the ilight., you. &lt;irive a epur into his pant ing sides. He leaps forward, and for a time trots onward rapidly What did the x/jur do Jbr him? I>id it give him strength? Use, why feed him P If not, what made him go faster ? Here is a short personal statement which a man makes. I ry if you can see any likeness between the two cases. He says: * Up to August, 1885, I was always a strong, healthy man. it that time 1 be*an to feel ti-ed, dull and heavy with a faint dizzy sensation as if I should tumble down a'iv minute. I coul 1 not imagine what was coaling over me. There was a bid taste in my mouth, my breath was bid, and my mouth would often fill with an offensive sli'iiy matter. My appetite was poor, and after eating I suffered great pain, and wind, would roll all over me. I ha t much pain at the st >mach, and ...
IN CHAMBERS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9TH. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
IS CHAMBERS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9TH. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) Special application in re Y. C. Murray J Pre-ley, insolvent. Motion to amend the j minute s of the order of the 1st August. I Mr. Beiumont for ^ Ifred Shaw and Co., - creditors of order. Vary as follows:-Upon the official t>-u tee's coats being paid or secured, to his satisfaction and upon Simon Presley, the father &lt; f the im-olvent, depositing in the hands of the manager of the Queensland National Bank, &lt; roydon, £92, being a sum equal to 2s in the £, or thereabouts, on tile date specified in the statement of endorsi g insolvent's promissory notes' in favor of the trustee for sums equal to 9b in the £ on the said debts, and delivering the same to the bank-manager, to abide the order of the court, and the trustee consenting hereto, let him withdraw from possession and assets, and let pro^dings Jiereiii be stayed until tha 23rd inet. or further order. J
Northern Supreme Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
KorUiern Supreme Court* F BID AY, AratrST 5. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) IN CHAMBER*. HAROLD TURNER, of Charters Towers. Debtor's ppfcition for adjudication of insol vency, i* formi pauperis. Mr E J. Forrest for petitioner. Adjudicated accordingly. First meeting, 23r«i ugust; statement of affairs, 22nd of August. Official trustee to be trustee in the estate. James Giovt-r, Charters Towers, miner. Debtor's pe ition for adjudication of insol vency. Mr £. J Fo rest for the petitioner. Adjudu'Hted accordingly. First meeting, 23rd Aug ir-t; statement of affairs, 22nd August. The official trustee to be trustee in the case.
Tin Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
Tin Mining. ! IOLDERS of ehares in gold mines are : iortunate in one respect, and that is in knowing tlx© value of the mineral ::or which they are seeking. They may not get, gold in payable quan tities, but they need never fear of 'railing to find a market. The price of course varies according to quality, 13ut other metals are similarly affected, and are subject to other fluctuations, which simply npset the most sensibly aid calculations. The copper mines of Australia are practically idle owing to the depreciation in the price of the metal, caused by the enormous exports : :rom the United States and Chili, and which are likely to be main tained. Silver too has bad its fall; over 30 per cent, during the last twelve months-and while the pro duction is so heavy there is but little lope of a recovery even if the desired !ree coinage legislation is effected in the United States, a contingency which daily becomes more remote. It is this drop in silver from 4s 9d to about 3s 2d which has p...
My Sweetheart. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
My Sweetheart My kingdom is my sweetheart's face these the boundaries I trace: Northward, her forehead fair: Beyond, a wilderness of auburn hair. A rosy cheek to East and West Her little month, The sonny South, It is the South that I love best, 3^ Her eyes two crystal lakes Sparkling with light ^ Caught from the sun by day The stars bynight: The dimples in her cheek and chin, Are snares which love hath set, And I bare fallen in.
Mr. Simpson at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
Mr. Simpson at Home. Mr. George Simpson (says the Townevillc Star of May 10th) was "at home" last evening, and among title visiters to ? the spacious and elegant Family Hotel which Mr. Simpson is now conducting was a Star man. " Let me show you over the house/' said the genial George; you newspaper fellows sel dom see the interior of a hotel, I know, and besides, this place is so large you might lose your way." And he led the way first of all upstairs. Here are located the bedrooms, all of them large and delightfully airy. They open, too, on a wide balcony from which splendid views of the neighbourhood are obtainable. There are spacious drawing: rooms and parlors, and the kitchens and other outbuilding are of a very complete character. Of course, the visitor inspected the bar, where, by the way, he expressed surprise at the generous proportions of the " long sleevers" dispensed to the thirsty populace. The largest glass of beer in Townsville surely, is that obtainable at the Family ...