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News from Roma. ROMA, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Stews from Roma* j Hoist A, May 22. j At the Police Court to-day, John. Graham and John Kennedy, two prisoners under going sentence in the Soma gaol, were charged with setting fire to the Railway goods shed at Arnby Downs on April 28th. The evidence of a man kept forcibly in the union camp named Brocklehurst was to the effect that he saw the prisoners fire the shed. Brockleliursfc was subsequently arrested as a vagrant for protection. The prisoners were remanded for eight days.
The Chilian Rebellion. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Viae Chilian Rebellion. For many months past a rebellion in. Chili, one of the republics on the western side of South America, has been proceeding, and although dis turbances in that country mnsthave | a considerable effect on Australian trade, comparatively little is known; bv the general public as to the causes ] which led to the result. It is true we have had almost daily references to the affair in the cablegrams, but they have been so meagre, and in many instances, so disjointed, that they conveyed very little information. The Sydney Daily Telegraph, ho w ever, ^ a recent issue published an. interesting account of the beginning of the revolution as described by the representative of a shipping firm in Sydney, resident in Valpa raiso, and who forwarded his diary to his principals. It appears from that gentleman's narrative that " in the middle of October last the Presi dent of the Republic, Don Jose Manuel Balmaceda, closed the extra ordinary session of Congress, find ing himsel...
The Ministers' Farewell to Canon Tucker. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Tiie Ministers' Farewell to Cauou Tucker. £c 3MJ£U3JTCATED.3 As many of your readers are aware, the ministers of tlie various Protestant churches. in town formed themselves into a union ajittle over three years ago for the pur pose of mutual help and co-operation in so far as these ends can be achieved by members of different communions; and it is well-known that the results have not been confined to the union, but have extended to all the congregations. Canon Tucker, who is about to leave for Towns ville, was one of the movers in the formation of the union, and he has done very much by his constant attendance and deep interest, but above all, by the able papers and con tributions submitted by him at its meet ings to widen its influence and enhance its worth. It was therefore felt by the mem bers that they could not allow him to depart without expressing these feelings in more than a formal way. Accordingly they invited Canon and USE. Tucker to a Social gathering on Thursday evening...
SAVED FROM MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
SAVED FROM MISERY. Mrs Fanny Dent, wife of a gentleman employed in tlie Lambton colleries, kindly allows us to publish, the following facte of her interesting case and wonderful recovery, which we gather from her correspondence, and which . we will be glad to allow anyone to peruse who wishes to do so. Mrs Dent has been in a | state of extreme debility for twelve years, | frequently quite unable to do any work, the , lightest kind causing great fatigue, with, severe pains in the limbs, back, and left side. So severe was the pain that she would have to sit or lie down frequently- Walking exer cise was very trying and she could only walk very slowly. She had long seen Clements? Tonic advertised, but like many more people, her husband was prejudiced against" patent medicines," but (now we use her own words) ' I knew someone who had tried Clement's Tonic, and I decided to get a bottle on the (Jbiet and say nothing about it if it did me no good. The effect I thought something wonder ful....
The Municipal Election [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Tlie Municipal E!e?^«tl&lt; The election of anaidennan to "fill flic vacancy for the South Ward, caused by the resignation of Alderman Go ugh, took placa? on Friday, 22nd, tie candidates being Mr. W" J. Paul! and Mr Stephen Eddy, both old and well known citizens, but as there is no par ticular burning question at present to agitate the minds of the ratepayers, the election was a very quiet one, and barring a" few cabs being driven about there were no risible signs that it was going on. The polling took place at the Australian Natives Association Hall, at the corner of Hodffkinson and Deane-streets. Mr H. B. Walker, Town Clerkj acted as deputy return ing-officer, and. at half past five the ballot boxes were taken to the Town Hall, and the poll declared as follows: Paull ... ... 166 Eddy 121 Majority for Paull ... 45 Mr Paull briefly thanked the ratepayers who had voted for him, making special men tion of the miners, amongst whom he worked, and whose support he had always expe...
That Editor had a Liver. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
That Editor hail a Liver. Ah Anglo-Indian editor once relieved his feelings and increased his circu lation thus : Somewhere in the forties there was a paper called the Mofus silite. The greatest ecclesiastical dispute, Gorham versus the Bishop of Exeter, was at that time occupying men's minds and filling the columns of the newspapers at home; and though a very absorbing topic in England, it had but faint interest for Anglo-Indians. There was thea no telegraph to India, and only a monthly mail to keep India in touch with Europe. Any curtailment of the supply of suitable news by such a controversy was, therefore, rather a serious matter, and it was no easy thing to make a presentable ap pearance. The infliction was horn in silence for some time; bat when, at length, after some months had gone by, and the stream of dreary disputa tion continued, the edit^^^lljlM',; it no longer. He indiifel^peihaps,/ the shortest leader that ever Was written ; but that leader told the j whole story of ...
The Conspiracy Trials (Rockhampton Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
The Conspiracy Trials* (MocJihampton Bulletin.) " THE chief satisfaction arising from' the lengthened trial concluded in the Supreme Court yesterdw, is that it establishes the equal claim of the inhabitants of Central Queensland to the three great fights which Mr. Justice Harding declared were the pos session of all British subjects-the light of personal liberty, the right of property, and the right of reputation. That these rights have been vervseriously invaded in the last three months lias been, patent to every one. Men following, or desiring to follow, their lawful occupations, have been reviled, harassed, and attacked at jemy turn. . ISseat bodies of lawless and desperate men, bare beset the public highways, taken possession of the railway stations, and attacked priyate buildings. At Barcaldine for nearly a month, every train that aerived was met by j-a baud numbering hundreds, who prevented I any passenger leaving until he had been presented to them for inspection. Those whose...
LATE SPORTING. THE TURF. THE ENGLISH DERBY. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
LATE SPORTING. THJE TUBF. THE ENCFLTFIH DERBY. (BR CABLF.) LOSSOK, IBY 27 The Derby was run for at Epsom to-day, with the following results Lord Alingfcon's br c Common, by Isonomy-Thistle ... 1 Grouverneur, by Energy 2 Martenhurst ... ... ... ... 3 After a mile bad . been travelled Gouverneur took up the running, and brought the field along until a quarter mile from home. Here Common put in his claim, and coming to the front, seemingly without an effort, he won in a canter by two lengths. Time, 2mm. 56 4-5secs. The race was run in pouring rain, which will account for the -slowness of the 'time. Sincehie whny in the Two Thousand Gruineas Common lias been animmense favorite for (be Derby, odds having been laid that he won for some time. It is presumable from this that he started one of the hottest favorites that ever won a Derby.
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
ATHLETICS. The folJo*rhig are tihe results of sports held in Pcntlaal on Saturday, 238d May :-r yds.-J. T. SEaughton, fjW- Greenleas, f " ?-? . - Hop, £tep and Jump.-J. Morrison, Ij W/Etfaerfcoii, 2. ^ Pentiand Handicap, 200yde.-W. EtJier ton, l; T. Hauglitou, t; X Morrieon, f. Ladies' Bara^-McGiarrigal, 1; Hogan, 2: ? '"r.". W^Ghreen-' leap,;!; Jblin Kelly, 2; Rfii^en, 3. '.'/ -evening
The Election Clap Trap (Courier, May 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Tlie Election Clap Trap (Courier, May 22.) THE Workers' Political Association have captured a popular cry in their sententious and symmetrical pr«£ j gramme of *' One man, one vot ."^ ' But one man one wife, or one montli one idea, would be just as euphonious and perhaps equally significant as an axiom. Again one of the great evils that afflict the commanity is held to be £t plural voting," bur plural voting in the ordinary sense is not lawful in. the election of members of Paaliament in Quesnsland. It is always jvell for the political speaker who does not wish to become popular at all risks to beware of pretty catch phrases. "We; in fact, are now living uuder a system of one man one vote, because no .man can have more than one vote for one candidate in any one constituency. A i person unacqaainted with facts would suppose that the popular cry in Australia at present was being directed against pluralist voters in | the sense that in a parliamentary elec | tion they exercised double ...
Late Mail News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Late Mall Mews. It is remarked in connection wifcli tke aiili tory movements in Bussia and Germany, that great activity also prevails in the French military departments. Several mobilisation trials have been made on the Franco -Grerrnan frontier, witli complete success. One was made in the neighborhood of Belfort. The French War Minister is likewise to make a tour of inspection of the defences of the eastern frontier, but no date is yet fixed. It may be added that the War Minister js in the habit of making this tour yearly, and. that no particular importance, as a' rule, is attached to it, but in the present state of Continental affairs the case is otherwise, and it will, therefore, be followed with great at tention. J THE Daily Telegraph says : While rum maging among the parochial archives of Islington, Mr Edwin Davey, clerk of the guardians, found an old book which gives some interesting facts about this famous metropolitan distract as 'it existed at the beginning of the present c...
The Strike in Brisbane. BRISBANE, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Tlte Strike iu Brl§baue. BRISBANE, May' 22. , I Charleville report® tliat the patrols wlio returned from .Ajigellala Station state that the j unionists are frilling the cattle on all therune adjoining Cliarleville. The system adopted by them is to leave the camps in small gangs and bring the meat in by packliorses. The Police Magistrate at Cliarleville pro ceeded to-day to Augatliella to try several men charged with, having mutton in their i possession for which, they eould not reason ably account. There are no further developments at Cliarleville. The leaders there are discussing the situation consequent upon the conviction of their delegates at Bockhampton. CunnamuUa reports that 80 unionists left camp, and 40 of them are now camped 14 miles from town, on the Weelamurra road,. The others are supposed to be going to Cliarleville. j Camels, loaded with provisions for McGrlengan's station, started from Barringun on tlie New South Wales border, llie drivers requested Captain "King to ...
Matters at Barcaldine. BARCALDINE, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Haiters at itarcaldiiie. Babcaldine, May 22. I When the teams for the Darr Kiver Downs had loaded and were leaving tlie town, a crowd of carriers and others followed them to the railway crossing, and while tlie horses were pulling the waggons in deep sand, several men commenced yelling out, causing the horses to stop. As they could not proceed a messenger was sent for the police, and the crowd immediately scattered. The most officious slinking away. The police ar rested two carriers, who were identified. The Brisbane Field Artillery have re ceived orders to return home, and will leave here on Monday morning. Preparations had been made for a general parade on Monday in honor of the Queen's Birthday, but in consequence of a large detachment being re quired to convey free laborers to Biinerah, there will be only a few troops to tote part in the celebration. Mr Smyth, member for Crympie, who has been in town this week, is expected to ad dress the unionists at their mass meeting on Sunda...
News from Cunnamulla. CUNNAMULLA, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
News liom r,nnnamiill^T CuNNAiroxtA, May 25. On Saturday afternoon a unionist proces sion, 200 strong, with a band and banner., marched through the town very quietly. They cheered at a union public house, but otherwise made no demonstration. An open air meeting was afterwards held at the rear of Carter's public house, the cook of which establishment presided. Several unionists, addressed the meeting, and the usual resolu tions were passed. The speeches were ranch milder in tone than at previous meetings. The meeting was afterwards addressed bf a drover in favor o£ a single tax. A meeting of the Warrego PasfcoiaJisfs*' Association was held at Mr Story's, the secretary's office this afternoon, Coongoola, Thuralgoona, Weelamurra, Burembilla, Widgegoara, Camden, and Olfham stations were all represented. All the large stations but one, from Coongoola down the Warrego to the border, joined the Association, as well as most of the grazing farmers, representing over a million sheep, and givi...
Charleville News. CHARLEVILLE, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Cbarlevilie Mews. CITABLE VRIIIIB, MAJ 22. Matters in connection wit h tlie strike con tinue mucli in th e same position, except that the mounted unionists appear to be £ Lifted about. Last evening the Arnby Downs detachments of military, in charge of Lieut®. Major and Kicliards, -arrived by ordicaiy train, and as soon as the river is crossable the officers named will leave in charge of patrols for the north and west respectively. The case against Ormsby, for vagrancy, was dismissed this afternoon. This morning a man named Greech, charged with using obscene language towards the military, was found guilty, and fined £10 or three months' imprisonment in Soma Graol. For using obscene laugurge to Sergeant Creraghfcy he was further fined £3 or one month's imprisonment. On other charges against him, to which he pleaded not guilty, he was discharged with a severe caution. The ? prisoner on Iub arrest was violent and had to be carried to the lock-up by the police who were assisted by some m...
Loss of the Barque "Moltke." (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) TOWNSVILLE, May [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 30 May 1891
Loss of the Barque "Moltke." &nbsp; (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, ???? The Moltke, German barque, has been wrecked on the Barrier Reef, off Cape Upstart. Three boat loads left the ship, two of which have turned up all right, but the third boat, with three men in it, is still miss- ing. The captain's boat was saved by throw- ing oil on to the waters. Townsville, May 26. The Dairymaid steamer was despatched this afternoon to search for the missing boat from the barque Moltke, and to the scene of the wreck. Lloyds, surveyor (Captain Mackenzie), Captain Mackay (marine surveyor), an expert engineer, Captain Heyluga of the Moltke and others were passengers. The Moltke is supposed to have struck an unnamed reef, 22 miles off Cape Upstart, and immediately to the north of Flinders Passage. This reef is locally known as the Paluma Reef. The vessel was in- sured in the German Company for the sum, equal in English currency, to about £7500. A telegram...