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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
-AND MOSMAN STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. mmm MOSMAN STREET, .j -CHARTERS TOWERS. Engines of-all descriptions, Vertical and Colonial Boilers, Feam Cameron. Steam Mining Pumps, Manchester Wall and Boiler Feed Pumps, Deane Direct Action Steam Pumps, Pulsometers, Gwynne's Centrifugals, Gould's Rotary and Hand Pumps, Perkins and Althouse Windmills, Lloyd & Lloyd Pipes, Contractors' Machinery, Agricultural Implements, Engineers' Tools, Schram's Air Compressors and Hock Drills, Coach-builders' Goods, Blacksmiths', Plumbers', Tinsmiths' Machinery, Ice-making and Refrigerating Plants (Pulsometer Co.'s). Catalogues Free. Enquiries Invited. Correspondence Solicited.
REVOLT IN AFRICA. LONDON, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
REVOLT W AFRICA. LONDON, August 12, There is a great rising in Central Africa. The Belgian stations have been destroyed, and it is feared that 30 agents have been killed on the Upper Congo and at Katanga. The steamer Beerannt has been captured. The tribes on the*western bank of the Congo revolted, and three agents were killed at NyangialL The stations on the Upper Lomaime were destroyed, and it is feared that the Arabs at the Stanley Falls will become hostile. LONDON, Augnst 13. The are grave details of the Arab rising and general revolt on the Upper Congo, Chief Enmiza commanding. The troable extends from Tanganyika to Nyanza, and the Upper Lomaime Stations. Jacques and Jouberfcs' ex peditions to Taganyika were driven b^ck, and it is believed that Mr Hadister, a director at Katanga, has been killed or captured.
M. BLOWTTZ'S STATEMENT. LONDON, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
M. BLOWTTZ'S STATEMENT. LONDON, August 13. M. Blowitz, the Paris corres pondaot to the Times, says that news from Fez station states that the Moorish Ministers, who presented th, Saltan from agreeing with Mr Smith the ambassador, will each receive 10,000 dollars from the French, agent, who is the chief wire puller.
General Gresser. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
General Gresser. General Gresser, Prefect of St Petersburg and head of the police, has just died from blood poisoning. General Greaser's seizure gave rise to great excitement in the capital, and manj sensational rumours were afloat, but'it is now generally regarded as having been caused by an unclean syringe used for injection of vitalin as a relief from rheuma tism. The Czar placed great confidence in him, and his administration was veiy .uccessful. His habit of personallyexamining the ..slums and low haunts of the city, earned for him die nickname of Haroun-al-Baschid. He was born in 1833.
Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
Magisterial Inquiry. AN inquiry was held on Friday before the [Police Magistrate, touching the death of Patrick Lennon and Richard Mc&fanus, who were killed in the No 3 shaft of the Day Dawn P.C., by an eioloeion on 2nd August. Dr Paoli stated that he examined the bodies of the deceased in the hospital morgue on the 2nd of August, and found that the cause of death was laceration of the brain from ei olo&ion. Thomas Brown gave evidence to ihe effect that he was a miner, and was working in the No. 3 shaft of the Day Dawn P.O. He went to work at seven o'clock in the morning of the 2nd August and knocked I off at three. He was boss of the shift, and tli&lt; re v. ere two other men working with him. They fiied tix shots at one o'clock, a'd then j cleaned the mullock up, and j ust before three l o'clock he fired eix more, hut only heard five reports. He waited a little while to see if the other would go off, but it di i not, go they went back and started to clean u...
Mr. Cunioghame Graham. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
Mr. Cunioghame Graham. The dulness that characterised the pro ceedingB In the House of Commons last session was broken by an extraordinary f-cene which took place during the debate on the Local Authorities Purchase of Land Bill, which has for its object, in the first place to empower Town and County Councils to acquire land compulsorily on fair terms for local purposes. Mr Asquith, who supported the BQl on the ground that it involved no new departure, but merely proposed to extend the powers of local authorities, was speaking in defence of commercial undertakings, when he was interrupted by Mr Cuningham Graham who rose and put a question to the Hon Member which, however, the latter refused to answer. Mr Graham declined to resume his seat when ordered to do eo by the Speaker, and was named by the latter. Sub sequently, on the motion of Mr Matthews, the hon gentleman was suspended, and walked out of the House exclaiming that he was expelled for standing up in defence of Socialism. Mr ...
Right Don. Lord Bramwell, Q.C. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
Bight Don. Lord B ram well, QC. The above is a portrait taken shortly before his death, of the Bight Hon Lord Bramwell Q.C., who was called to the Bar in 1838, became a Q.C. in 1851 and was made a Baron of Exchequer in 1856 when he received the honour of Knighthood. He retired from the Bench in 1881, and the following year was raised to the peerage with the title of Baron Bramwell of fiever. Lord Bramwell was a constant contributor to the Times over the signature B. his favorite topics being Social ism and Home Bole, to both of which he was a bitter and uncompromising opponent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
ALAND STREET CASH STQTE. F. T. HOOPER, GEOCER AMD PRODUCE MERCHANT, HAS PRIME BUTTER BACON, HAMS, and CHEESE always on hand, LUCERNE AND OATEN CHAFF, MAIZE, WHEAT, POLLARD and BRAN, POTATOES ajsd ONIONS, of the First Quality F. T. HOOPE R also keeps a Large and Varied Stock of China, Glassware and Ironmongery. Goods delivered witbi promptness to all parts of the Field. BUNN BROS., to annoancp to the Public of Charters Towers that they hars taken . (|^ over the book-binding and paper-ruling department at J. McClelland s printing* office, and are now prepared to execute, in the best style, for Southern prices, everv description of - ACCOUNT BOOKS, Cin special or ordinary ruling), SHARE BEG'STBRS,8habb rec&lt;>rd B(K>KSi And all mercantile stationery. Music bound in any style. Esfcima es given for re-biuding library books or law libraries. BUNN BROS., Upper Mosman-streefc. J, BRICK. GENERAL PRINTER. (:0:0:) The folowing Executed in good style : Billheads,Placards, Memo Fo...
Our Morals [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892
\ Our Slorals \ AT the end of every year the heads of departments in Queensland report to Parliament on the operations they have superintended for that period. This is probably their only occupa tion, and they generally manage to make it spin out for the first half of the year. The Commissioner^of Police is one of the latest in the field with his report which, though it contains less than two pages of le'terpreas, has taken him about six months to prepare. Common individuals who lu&nage a business would be dismissed »f they did not furnish more exhaustive reports by the second of the succeeding month, but Crovemmect servants must not be hurried. Besides the gallant Commissiouer, who was so prominent a dealer in Mount Morgans and so enthusiastic a steeplechase horseowner had his own bouse to set in order, and he should not, there fore, be singled out for blame for observing the nsual departmental indolence. We learn from the tables submitted that during the year 117 persons w...