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CROKE ON PARNELL. LONDON, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

CROKE ON PARNELL. Loisdon, May 28. I Archbishop Croke, in a. speech \ made at Limerick last night, said he was greatly afraid that the cause of Home Rule was lost, and that the poople were utterly unfit to rule them selves if they sympathised with ParaelL

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE LATEST INVENTION BY EDISON. LONDON, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

BY EDJBOiV £idKJ^)xsMay 29. Experiments have been made with a kinefcograph, a new invention by JEdison, which, combines the phono graph with photography. The re sults are stated to be marvellous. j

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OP WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY AND ELECTRO-PLATE. ANY ARTICLE OF JEWELLERY MADE ON THE PREMISES. ONLY HBST-CLASS WORK TURNED OCT!!! MASONIC JEWELS, MEDALS, fc &c MADE T O O ft D E E. BIOCK TO "SUIT ALL SIGHTS, FROM 2/6 PEE PAIR. tlNtS^ BBAZILIAN PEBBLE LENSES. English and Foreign. Watches and Clocks Cleaned and Repaired. .Satisfaction Guaranteed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

E. D. MILES ] t$. MILLICAN. MINING AGENTS, CHARTERS TOWERS. F9W1§§ iiiWllf I'lHW MB ?©; The Best Pale Ale in the Market. £{#? Support Local Industry BP TO C0MP^NY, . (No. 1 Bums, Philp, and Co's Buildings,) FLINDERS-STREET, TOWNSYIL LE. Steel, Hardware, and Machinery Merchants. Sole Manufact ureivs of I - . ' . SlacBralr^ Rubricating Oil. Steel Tract J¥"hcele, Steel Stamper Shoes and Dies. - ?ai»)>>. Steel IMses,. And of Steel Castings. A large Stock on liand of Engines, Boilers, Winding . . §JF ' Drains, Pumps, Belting up to 14 inches wide. Pipes, Brass Fittings and General Engineers and Mining Requisites. W«. M. MACBbaik, $heaf Island Worts, Sheffield. COANE & CLARKE, [LATE BVBY AXD COAKfc,] 0> i MINING BROKERS ak;d ANALYSTS, r ^ W. CLARKE, 1\G.S., Certificated by South Ken sington Science tod Art Department, late Government Miueraloglcal Lecturer, having joineu^he firm, we are now [prepared to make complete Chemical^Analyses of Minerals, ~ 5, Water, etc., or LEX....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

X? . _0» JM^cliwAoiris, v A |Fc;i*.;i0-M;|||E'« ..._ LAND A SPECIALITY. MAC'S MABT, FLINDERS-ST., TO W3XTS VIX. LE. THE NEW THE NEW WEEKLY PAPER ! WEEKLY PAPEE ! THE f§tetJtem pining ffegfeitfr. PUBLISHED In connection icith the." Northern Miner.' C%£* PAGES FOE S*T).! AU PAGES FOE OD.! NORTHERN MINING EEG-ISTEE." The prestige enjoyed for so many years by tlie Miner, as a daily, warrants the proprie tary inoiferingthe public a T WENTY-FOUE PAGE WEEKLY, which will be full of tke Latest Local, Colonial, Intercolonial, and European News. NORTHERN MINING REGISTER/' The Latest Cabled Quotations from Lon don and the other great commercial centres ?will make the REGISTER a necessity to the merchant and producer. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." Week by week -will appear ORIGINAL .ARTICLES by Eminent Scientific Specialists "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Meteorological If otes and Stock Move ments Trill make it the constant zadc mecum of Pastoralists. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Correspond...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

miii MOSMAN-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. IE. JOHN HOMBERGr lias pleasure in informing Ills Enends and the Public generally that lie bas resumed tlie oecu ^ I pation of the above Hotel, and solicits a Share of Patronage. The Management will be under the immediate Supervision of Mrs. BoHiberg. Only the Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, etc., kept. Accommodation for Boarders Second to JNoneon Charters Towers. Convenience for Commercial Gentlemen. I/avge and Well-fitted Sample Rooms. R O O M & CEirir"CIT ® iSBBSKC i; ISfiff CARRIERS, Forwarding, Commission, and Insurance Agents and Wholesale Produce Merchants. .CJustom House and Shipping Business Transacted. Freight and Duty Paid and Goods Sent to all parts of Queensland and the adjacent Colonies. Office and Receiving Store Goods and Machinery delivered to any part of the Field. 31 IBeeksellers and "Fancy (Seeds dealers GILL-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. ' . 7> 8^jjii^)»r. - :Pisliing Tackle in great variety, Berlin Wools, Oil Paints, Ma...

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Increase of Crime in the Southern Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

Increase or Crime ftn tlie - S(»utiierii?ol4»i68. ."» ? SCARCELY a day goes by but we are informed throughthe telegraph Mfires of the perpetration of some frightful tragedy in either one orotherofthe southern colonies. It is only a few ^ days ago since the Ballarat murderer JOHNSTONE, paidthe extreme penalty : of the law for the butchery of his wife and four children. Whether his legal murder was Justified it is not for us to pass any opinion, bat one circumstance in that case strikes I . ns as being extraordinary. Not I satisfied with murdering his family, I JOHNSTONE attempted to take his ova I life and failed.' The' best medical ! talent available was secured at a con | siderable cost to the country tosave J his life. His life was saved only to | prolong the agony; he was after j wards tried for the murder, found ! guilty, sentenced tobe hanged, after j . wards reprieved on the plea of 1 Insanity, which was subsequently set I aside . and finally, legally strangled. I In fact JOHN...

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Antarctic Exploration. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

Antarctic Gsploratioii. Thb proposal to fit out an expedition for Antarctic exploration, having Australia as a base of operations, lias slipped a little from the public rieir of late (says the Melbourne jlrjretf), but the efforts of the scientific en thusiasts who are bent upon undertaking the work have been going on quietly but steadily all the same. The provision of the necessa y funds is the first essential for the carrying out of the undertaking, and it is in this direction thai efforts are 110 wr being concen trated. It is felt that if tuoney is only forthcoming the contemplated enterprise can be readily carried out. Baron Dixon, the liberal savant, who has already con tributed largely towards the work of ex ploration; , and through whose assistance Baron Nordenskiold was enahlel to achieve his groat work of the discovery of the eastern passage, has promised a con tribution of .£5,000 to the next Antartie expedition on condition that Aus ralia con tributes aa equal amount. Hope...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scientific Notes. ON SOME OF THE CHEMICAL PROPRTIES OF GOLD. XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

1 ; . = j [BY A. W. CLARKE, F.G.S.] ON SOME OF THE CHEMICAL PEOPKTIES OF GOLD. XIV. THE action of arsenic coines next in ' the category of dete rents to amalgam ation. Professor Skey does not ' mention arsenic as a " foe." Prob-j ably because at the time of the publication of his paper experiments were still being carried out, which are not y«-t chronicled. Arsenic exists in many of the mundics as k direct combination of arsenic, sulphur, and iron. Its proper mineralogical name is mispickel (a more general naoie is arsenical pyrites). Mispickel very readily changes by oxiflat ion, the arsenic becoming acid, and therefore " aggressive" and ready [ to form other combinations. I cannot ! say with certainty that arsenite of | gold is formed by leaving the go'd I and mispickel in a watch glass, with i water, for some hours, but there can | be no question about the deterent ! influence exercised by the mispickel on the amalgamation of gold so I treated. H>re one must, not be too hasty ...

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The Georgetown Miners on Strike. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) GEORGETOWN, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

Viae Cieoi^etomi Miners Strike. (BY VXIECTBJC TBLEGBAPH.) (FROM OUB OWX CORRESPONDENTS.) G EOEGEXO WY, JUNE X. The miners and engine-drivers connected I with the Ether dge Workers Association struck work to-day in consequence of the mine owners and battery owners reducing the wages of miners to £3 10s per week, mine drivers to £5, and battery drivers to £4 lQs, tliese rates being an average reduction of 10s per week, but tliey are eti.l as high as any field in Australia. Sufficient hands to keep the mines barely represented liave signed a contract to work at the reduced rates, but several have been induced to go out, and it is expected they will be proceeded against in the Police Court. The mine owners have issued placards offering £20 reward lead ing to the conviction of any person guilty of intimidation. It is expected there will be a general exodue, there being a! limited quantity of labor aud considerable antagonistic feelings displayed. The conflict will be sharp, and is not ex...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

SflB ordinary monthly meeting of the Muni held on Tuesday afternoon, the following aldermen being present: The Mayor (Aid Millican), in the chair, and Aldermen Toll, Carse, , Johnson, Fraser, Dunsford, Rollston. Aid W. J. Panll also took his seat, and subscribed, to the usual declaration. , MIMtTTES. Theininutes of the last meeting were read =aaid confirmed. CORRESPOND FXCE. The outward correspondence was confirmed -aaidthe inward received, amongst the latter %eing the following: From J. C. Walker, Bur.daberg, acknow ledging receipt of the Council's annual re port, and asking for informa ion re the .cleansing and nigli t cart system adopted by the Charters . owers Municipal Council. Received and attended to. From the clerk of the Divisional Board (rate notice), stating that- the property in ^Stubley-street occupied by Mr. Henry Hub bard, sanitary contractor, was valu d at £89. Received. Supplement to Government Gazette dated i May 2nd containing list of loans to local authorities up...

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Mr. Lyon Playfair on the Labor Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

nr. Lyon Playfair on flie I>»l»or Question. AT the annual meeting of the Leeds United Liberal Association, Sir L. Playfair, M.P., In his address, spoke with reference to the Commission on Labor. He said:-We all feel that questions relating to labor hare a special--even a transcendent-importance. They require to be approached with sym pathy to the working classes, but with a spirit also of calm and impartial judgment, because iudustry is a complex machine, and may easily be put out of gear by in discreet legislation. There are the interests of the employed, and the interests ef the employer; but above them both aire the interests of the nation, isrhich most be maintained. I have always advocated the efficient organisation of labor through trades unions as great edu cational agencies, through which working men may acquire lessons in the political economy which governs production. But there are high national considerations outside their purpose. The trade and commerce of a country a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Melbourne Information. MELBOURNE, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

I Melbourne hnfornaiatfioii. MELBOURNE, MAR 28. The suspension of work bj the Queens land carriers, in sympathy with the shearers' strike, was considered at a meeting of the pastoraiifits and others interested in 4he grazing indusfay to-day. After the situation had been explained by the chairman, it was 1 decided to form. a. carrying company with a 1 capital of £100,000, amount be subscribed. £25 000 was secured in the room, but as the carriers had accepted the terms offered by the Fast *ralists' Association, and decided to return towork, it was agreed not to com-1 mence operations at present. A telegram ! was forwarded to the Pastoralists* Associa tion in Brisbane announcing the formation of the company. MELBOURNE. May 31. About 70 picked shearers for Queensland left by the steamer Arawatta yesterday, un der a guarantee for six months' work.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXII.—MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

CHAPTER XXII.-MURDERED. Captain Fotheigille entered the i Abbey by a side entrance, and with a stealthy foot glided to his own rooms without encountering any one by the way. He looked swiftly and suspic iously round to see the apartments were vacant, then locked the door and flung himself into a chair. Currents of opposing thoughts and feelings crossed his mind. He was at once glad and gratified that he had removed Lord Hector from his path, and at the same time he was depressed and terrified that the deed bad been done by his hands. Had another taken this man's life then his delight would have known.no. restraint. It was not that th*3%R«n^ sat heavy on his soul that he groaned in spirit at having spilled the blood of a fe 1 lo « -creature ; the shadow darken ing his joy proceeded from a fear lest this foul act nrght be traced to him. So far it seemed there was no danger of him being associated with the murder; no one had seen him and his victim in conversation; not a soul suspected...

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In Adjacent Colonies. Adelaide News. ADELAIDE, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

| In Adjacent Colonies, i Adelaide Ken s. ; Adelaide, Mav 31. Although the early shearing lias began, yet the £outh Australian squatters in view of tiie trouble which, may arise in several sheds have started operations in the far STorth East and North West. , From some stations heavy clips Jiave already been taken off, and no difficulty was experienced in filling up the boards, men coming from all quarters ready to sign the pas'oralisfcs' apeemmt So ample it is stated is theWppiy of shearers that the Pastoral ists* Union do not espeet to hare any trouble, but should a serious dispute arise they will be quite prepared for it, as they know where to obtain asuffitiLenfc 'number'- of

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MORE FISHERY TROUBLES. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

MOKE FISHERY TROUBLES. IIONDOK. Mftv 31. I It is said that French agressions St. George's Bay amoimt ffco an inva sion of American rights under the Anglo-American treaty.

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ATTEMPT TO STEAL BARNUM'S BODY. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

ATTEMPT TO STEAL BAR IUM'S BODY. LONDON, May 31. Aq attempt has been made to steal the corpse of the late T. P. Baroum, the celebrated showman, but was not maecessfiiL

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THE MANNING OF TROOP-SHIPS. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

THE MANOTNa OF TKOOP -SHIPS. LONDON, May 31. The Admiralty is parleying -with the Orient S.N". Co. for manuinq- and working Indian troop ships.

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THE SCOTTSDALE STRIKE. LONDON, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891

THE SCOTTSDALE STRIKE. LONDON. May 30. I The "Scoifcsdale colliery strike has collapsed, and the condition of the strikers is terrible.

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