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WILD RIVER JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL RACE MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH] HERBERTON, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

WILD BlVEft JOGKEY CLUB. UACE MEETWGL lBTTEtEaBAPH.3 HSBBEBTOB, August 0. There was a good atte ndance at the races to-day, and the weather was splendid. The results were as follows. FIRST HANDICAP HFRDLB8. Of 25 sovs; second bone 5 sovs from the prize $ about 1| mile?. Mr B. McLean's bl g Charcoal, aged, lQst . 131b 1 Gteenvale, 9at 101b ... ... ... 2 Buccaneer, list 91b, 3 BHOETB HANDICAP Of 15SOVB, Distance about 5 furlongs. Mr B. McLeaa's g g Charlemagne, 3: .1 ... (McTavish) f IL Turner's br g Afghan t The owners agreed to divide. 'v ' W ATSON VILIiK HANDICAP, Of 40 SOTS; second horse to receive 5 move from the prize; distance 9 furlongs. lEr P. Nikon's bg Tattler, by North Sta--Tiny, 6yrs, 8st 121b (J. Riley) 1 Roving Jim, 6st 121b ... ... ... 2 Stanley, 7st 81b 3 "Won easily. TBIAIi STAKES, Of 25 sovs; second horse SSOVB from the prize. 1 mile. jTerrima ... 1 SELLING- BAGS, Of 15 sovs ; "winner to be sold for £1; viA. 1 mile. Paddy 1 , Over the Flying Handicap there was a gre...

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SPORTING NEWS. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

SPORTING NEWS. KACING FIXTURES. August 23, 24-Coofctown T.C. September 1,3-flawkesburj R.C, September 10,13, 15, 17-AJ.C. Spring. September 14 -Thursday Island. September 15-Towers Miners' Racing Club; Nominations for handicaps August 18; weights August 29; acceptances Sep tember 7. September 23, iiormanton ; } ominations September 13, weights September 16; acceptances and general entry Sep tember 21. October 6,7-Croydon; Nominations August 24, weights September 1; acceptances and general entry October 1. October 8,15-V.A.T.C. October 20.-Towers Jockey Club. October 29, November 1, 3, 5-V.E.C Spring. December 26, 27-Towers Jockey Club.

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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

TURF GO;SIP. (Br HERMIT.) THE Winton Herald eays:-" Mr W. B. Steele has purchased from Mr Taylor a bay colt by Newbold out of Little Witch, and as his breeding is excellent, and he is a non performer, his owner expects great tilings from him. britomarte is in foal by the Jewel, and she has a foal at foot by Wood* lands. Evidently Mr Steele intends securing a string of really high-clase horses. I noticed a week or two ago that die Queensland Sportsman was to be revived under a new management, and the first issue is just to hand. There must be a good opening for each a paper in Brisbane at the present time; and not only is the local sport thoroughly dealt with, bos chatty and interesting notes are published, both from Korth and South, BO that the paper will be a thoroughly comprehensive one with re gard to Australian sport. In the first number there is a picture of Mr. Flynn's Talkative, who a short while ago was figuring on northern racecourses, and the likeness is by no means a bad ...

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TORRES STRAITS JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

TORRES STRAITS JOCKEY" CLUB. The following weights have been de clared : WAI WEER HAH3DICAP, 6 furlonge. at lb st lb Sunbeam ... 10 0 Pickpocket ... 7 9 Iranhoe ... 9 10 Louefcte ... 7 6 33tarwa ... 9 8 Scanmag ... 7 2 OoBni - 9 7 Kick.:. ... 7 2 ... 9 5 Fairlight ...< 6 13 f&xby ... 8 6 The G-loamin' 6 12 ^iaaioe ... 8 2 Marathon ... 6 12 Sowldf ... 7 12 Fandango ... 6 10 fihfefoMn ... 7 9 Millie ... 6 8: TOTESBAI IBT.AWP CUT, 14 miles. Snhbeam ... 9 10 Pickpocket ... 7 7 Tharwa ... 9 fi Louette ... 7 4 7 o 7 0 6 10 6 10

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SECOND DAY. (BY TELEGRAPH.) HERBERTON, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

SECOM) DAT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) HEBBEBTOM, August 10. The following are the results of the second day's running: BECOBD HANDICAP HOBDIBS Qf30 SOTS ; second horse to receive 4» eovs. . .. from the prize; two miles. Kyogle. 9st-61b ... ... ... 1 Charcoal, list 71b (including 101b pen *'illy^ «.» ... .«. ... 2 DISTRICT PLATE Of 25 sore, a Welter Handicap ; second horse 5 sova. from the prise ; 14 miles. Eerrima - ... 1 Wll/D Bim JOCKEY CLUB EABSIOtf of ;60 soys; second horse 10 SOTB from the prize; distance, 1£ miles. Mr P. Niieon'8 b g Tattler, by North Star-Tiny, 6 yrs, 9st71bB (includ ing 7lbs penally) ... (J. Riley) 1 Boring Jim, 7 lbs ... ... 2 The Gloaming, 6st 12 lbs S HAND! CAP HACK RACE of 10 SOTS; once round the course. Maroon ... ... ... 1 KEBBEfiTOB HTHH of 30SOTS; second horse 5 sovs from the prize; one mile. Tick pocket... 1 Xerrima 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

[ONEER FOUNDRY AND ENGINEERING . ... WO RKB, >r, Xroxx a.Tnrt Sra>ai -Coontay Ordem receive QUE EN TOUT, ± , *aaiiM csnitt wan 'Naaao t NOSdHiOHiL ^^BieoaS oi[qnd eq) puu sooted Biq jo joavj oq^. amoas oj. di^acoqioM poo3 puv sseu^dmoad ,£q odoq pu« 's^aiilSIia ONIHXIFCSSOV'ia <|Tf? £«93AriO XHOf JJl paBBqamd 9A«q tex# ?«q^ oounoum* o* *epiStxmmk 9 mimszms t**smsB & $mmis 'aauim .STira Hvan 'Naaa*> y NOSdwoHj^ SPECIAL NOTICE; CENTRAL COACH & CARRIAGE FACTORY. Brennand & ANDREWS (LATE OF 1VEB PEDEBSEN'S), .Jtl lSH to inform their numerous Friends and the Public of Charters Towers that they ft hove commenced business as Coach and Buggy Builders, General Bhcksuiidia, and Wheelwrights on their New Premisee, opposite the Court House, and hope by strict Attention to basinets and turning out First-Class Work to merit a fair share of public patronage. Coaches and Buggies of every description mads to order. Repairs and pointing a speciality. Charge...

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COOKTOWN TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) COOKTOWN, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

COOKTOWN TUtiF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETOra. (B7 TEXLBG-E. aph.) - Cooktowd, August 10. The following weights have been declared : bbaceibt; one mile. efc lb si lb Bone... ... 11 O The Gloaming 7 7 . Sunbeam ... 10 9 Willie ... 6 7 Barton Blink 9 O Freetrader ... 6 7 Otacflajn ... 8 3 TEESroEIFOSFLm. Sunbeam ... 10 0 Charlemagne 7 7 Tattler ... 9 7 Fairlight ... 7 0 Barton Blink 812 Gloaming ... 6 9 C. T. C- HANDICAP. Bone... ... 9 11 Charlemagne 7 O Sunbeam ... 9 7 Pickpocket ... 6 10 GQaUler ... 9 3 The Gloaming 6 7 Barton Blink 8 7 Maefie ... 6 7 Chieftain ... 7 5 FLTIKG HANDICAP. Barton Blink 9 6 Fairlight ... 7 9 Chieftain ... 8 9 Freetrader ... 6 7 Charlemagne 8 2 TOWN PLATE. Bone 10 0 Charlemagne 7 2 Sunbeam ... 9 10 Pickpocket ... 6 12 T£ct£ler ... 9 6 Gloaming ... 6 7 Barton Blink 8 9 Maefie ... 6 7 C^uftain ... 7 7 . CAPTAIN COOK HANDICAP. TSpttler 9 7 Fairlight ... 7 0

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Waterworks Board. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Waterworks Board. 33ie monthly meeting of . the Waterworks Boaid was held on Tuesday morning at the Board Chambers; present Messrs E. 0.T. Plant (in the chair), J. Byrne, B, Toll and E. ITirliliriflft. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed and the out ward correspondence adopted, the inward being received. Mr. Bearup in enclosing cheque for rates from the Enterprise Mill and speaking also on behalf of the Brilliant G.M. Co. and Brilliant Extended asked if some concession could not be made in the charges in the future. It was decided on the metion of Mr. Kirkbride, seconded by Mr. Toll, that a reply be sent staling that for the present no further reduction could be made. The clerk of the Divisional Board wrote asking that the Board might be allowed the use of the hydrants on the road from - Boundary street to Q.ueenton, once a. week, for the purpose of sufficiently flushing the channels, to assist in thorough cleansing of the same. He also drew attention to the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

SPSS : EATON & ' ERAl/ CiEEIBES, 3, FORWARDING, SHIPPING, CUSTOM HOUSE & COMMISSION AGENTS. HEAD OFFICE : Carriers to the Government of New South Wales. PEEKINS Agencies and Correspondents throughout the World, Aetata Mmm CO.'S CELEBRATED Sc Hie Best in the Market, XXX On Tap Eveiywhere. BEER. URNS, P H I L P. & Co., L T0. Charters Towers, IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF MINING REQUISITES. -JUST LANDED A SHIPMENT m T. AS® W. SUIIH'0 CELEBRATED STEEL WIRE R O P E & . > ...' X DAKING SMITH & GO !n|*a» PilEinn, ?hi\im> (SktStte* AND GENERAL DEY GOODS W A REHOUSEMEN. -R-J BLANKETS BLANKETS BLANKETS LESS THAN COST PRICE. | | Avmq purchased for cash a Warehousemen's Shipment for the present season at a discount of 25 per cent, off price list, we prepaxed to eell in every quality Blankets at less than cost price. The firm in question being in difficulties is the only reason why we can offer Blankets at prices 4s. 6d. to 35s. per pair. The MILLINERY, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

ALWAYS USE IT IS THE BEST. Sold by all Grocers in tte North. Procurable through all Merchants. -:o: BE SURE YOU BUT Royal Baking Powder. This Baking Powder is now acknowledged to be the Best Brand in the Market. Procurable through all Storekeepers and Merchants. R. W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. Ctm.E . ? OPTCH ? CO INSIST UPON HAVING This COFFEE is cele brated for its EXCELLENT Fla^oe. All Grocers keep it; also to be had from, all Mer chants. Packed by the CRESCENT PACKING COMPANY. FRENCH COFFEE. The ORIGIN A! has a Red, White and Blue Striped Label. BEWAKE OF IMITATIONS. This is the only French. Coffae prepared upon # the original receipe. SOLD EVERYWHERE Procurable through all Merchants. R. W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. The Crescent Packing Com pany's PEPPERS, ORANGE BLOSSOM, APICES, HONEY are the Best in the Market. 5oi»w 5 Take no ither. The Original FRENCH COFFEE has a Red, White and Bine Striped Label. It is the Best. Take no other. R« W. THURLOW St C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

s JOI ARCHITRAVES ^ S K < R t i NOSl MOUtO>N6S.~* TUtfatfTk ; Feer^ofti^ &», ft LARGE ASSORTMENT OF QUEENSLAND PINE HAROWOOO Cf DAR .ORkbON PINE CALIFORNIAN REOWOOO AC TOWJJSVILLE STE/M S/W/ Afio PLACING Mats Ado WOODWA^E FAQTO^Y?, Estimates supplied for Cottages. Wool-sheds, Shearers' Huts, &c., prepared ready for erection. Gates and Sheep Hurdles supplied, fitted ready for going together. Large Stocks of Oils, Paints, Paint Brashes; Plain and Fancy, Polished and Silvered Plate Glass, Beer Engines, Bolts and Nuts, &c., &e Regular Shipments arriving monthly. Wire Mattresses manufactured on the premises, of the very best quality; frames of Moulded Maple varnished and finished in best manner. Mining Timber tongued and grooved for shafting purposes, accurately fitted, prepared by machinery. WYATT & GATES, VESUVIAN REFRIGERATING PAINT. AWARDED A SILVER MEDAL, AND PATRONISED BY THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT. This Paint is well known for i...

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[NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] " STAND FAST, CRAIG ROYSTON!" New Nobel, All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XVII.—"AND HAST THOU PLAYED ME THIS!" [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

[NOW FEB£T^PUBLISHED.[ " STAND FAST, CRAIG ROYSTOH !" Ncto Nobel, BY WILLIAM BLACK, Author of " A Princess of Thnle," " Sabina Zembra," " The New Princ Fortmiatus," &c., &c. A,ii Riglits £leserve<i. ***************** ^* ************* *~* CHAPTER XVII.- " AND HAST THOU PLAYED ME THIS !" ND now in this time of urgency the appeal was to Maisrie I herself; she it was who must deter mine what definite bond should be between them as a safeguard for the future. Virtually he had her grand father's permission to speak to her, and how could he doubt what her answer would be, in spite of all those strange and inexplicable forebodings that seemed to haunt her mind ? She had made a mute confession ; and now there remained nothing for him but to claim and bear off the fair lily prize. But when he got up next morning he found to his dismay that a sudden change in the weather was like to interfere in a very practical manner with his audacious plans. During the night the w...

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HAWKESBURY RACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

HAWKESBCRY BACISG CLUB. SPFILNG MEETING-. (BY TELE&RAPH.J SYDNEY, August 15. The following weights have been declared in connection with the Hawkeabury fcpraefj Meeting: county PURSE, 6 furlongs. st lb Tridentine ... Victor Hugo Shamrock DanO'Connell 8 7 9 8 Spyglass 9 3 Dutch Hoe 9 0 Steelfcrap 8 4 Crichton st ib 7 3 Ruenalf Elymas Tallboy Belgiorno Bendigo Cumino K.K ... Borer 8 7 Miles Stan 8 5 dish 8 5 Glitter 8 3 Beta ... 8 3 Ileal Lace ... 8 0 Splendalia ... 8 0 Bonnette 6 11 6 11 6 9 Kookaburra... .7 11 Syracure Alcidea 7 11 Alba... Q.uicksilver... 7 11 Blacklock Piecrust Sunbeam Insignia Neptune Mayday Thespian Cancan Isaac... Daredevil 9 Baroona 9 Bodkin 9 Osprey 7 Tresfeldt Lucinda Blue and Gold Miietos Pilot.. 6 a Tridentine ... Realm Florrie Penance Forty Winks Eh mas Althotas Pippin ifendigo Dan O'Connor HAWKESBURY GRAND HAKDICAJP.-1 mile and 3 furlongs. 9 3 Isaac... ... 6 11 8 9 Dare Devil ... 6 11 8 7 Cancan ... 6 11 8 7 Rover ... 6 10 8 4 Studbook ... 6 10 8 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

QUEENSLAND WOOLLEN MANUFACTURING LIMITED, I * fiRIHE above Company having gone to considerable expense in procuring the services of a FIRST-CLASS CUTTER FROM SYDNEY are HOW 4b prepared to execute TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Gentlemen requiring a Perfect Fitting Suit for Business or Evening Dress cannot do better than pay us a visit. We guarantee our TwaA Worsteds, &c., as being manufactured from PURE WOOL only, thoroughly shrunk and fast colours. FIT AND STYLE NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. CHOICE SELECTION OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. READY MADES, Ac-, &c. We hold a splendid stock of Ready Mades, equal to bespoke. Also Gentlemen's Mercery in Great Variety. Our ATiTj WOOL BLANKETS are worthy of inspection, warranted to last 20 years. The Company's Celebrated Tweeds can only be obtained from their Establishment, Mosman-street; SO d.O not b0 misled by OtilGrS 2MlV0F" tising cheap imported tweeds as Queensland Manufacture. Carriage paid as far as possible pe...

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SOUTHERN SPORTING ITEMS. (FROM OUR SPECIAL COMMISSIONER.) [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

SOUTHERN SPORTING ITEMS. (FROM OU& SPECLAX COMMIS8IOXBB.) [bs TEI.EGI1A.PH.] 8tdnet, August 15. Paris is performing splendidly on the Band wick track at the present time. Trieste did a splendid mile and a furlong in 2min 2fsec. Little Bernie and Oxide are also doing grand work. Oh Saturday Marvel did the circuit com fortably in 2min 35«ec. Autonomy beat Donation easily over 1 mile and 3 furlongs io 2min 37£sec, while St. Albans did a mile and a quarter in 2min 23sec. The latest quotations for the V.R.C. Derby and Caolfieid and Melbourne Cup* are: Derby : 4 to 1 Autonomy, 8 to 1 Meli and The Captain, 10 to 1 Azim, Candour, and Blarney stone. The last named is a full brother to MarreL Melbourne Cup: 10') t > 8 Malvolio, 100 to 5 Mrathmore, Zal nskt, aad St Albans Il.t 109 to 4 Oxide, Penance, Honor Bright, Tirailleur, Correze, Stea ifaet, Pigeontoe, and Onaroo, 100 to 3 Autonomy and Malolo Caulfield Cup: 100 to 7 Trieste, I0J to 6 Malolo, 100 to 5 Marco, Impulse, Fortunatus...

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The Orphens Glee Society. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Ibe Orpheus Glee Society* Thb Orpheus Glee Society gave their second season conceit on August 9th at the School of Arts, and they were greeted by a large audience, it being difficult to obtain a seat | anywhere in the front of the house. On the curtain rising a pianoforte duet, whjeh. was correctly played by Miss C. Fardoond J 1L Bawden opened the performance, followed by " The Gjpsy'fe Glee" from the full Strength of'(he company. *' Grace Darling," "the nest number on the programme, Imas' not sung, and a cornet solo, ?'Pretty Jane," which waB then played, by 4jjr. S. Hooper, was very well received. Mr J. T^ Lewis was in good voice, and gave *' Alice, where art Thou," in his best style whilst the doable quartette in which the performers were Messrs E. R, Williams, D. Davies, J. T. Lewis, J. D. Williams. D. Pardon, D. Johns, F. Broomhead, and P. Maskell, was rendered very creditably, and they did every ju-tice to *' From distant lands 1 greet Thee." In " The Bride's Farewell," MieB R...

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VICTORIA AMATEUR TUBF CLUB. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

VICTORIA AMATEUR TUBF CLUB. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. (BY TBEESBAPH.) MELBOURNE, August 15. Hie V.A.T,C. races took place nt Oaulfield on Saturday. The results are as follows : SAPLING 8VAKSB, Of 100 sore; the second horse to receive 10 sov8 from the stake ; for two-year-olds; colte, 7«t 12Lb; Allies and geldings, 7st 71b; three furlongs Mr S. Miller's b f Meg, by Neckersgafc Meg Merrilies, 7st 71b, 1 Mr J Wilson, junr.'s br f Zeph, 7et 71b... 2 Mr J E Brewer's br c Baltic, 7et 121b ... 3 Ten others started. Betting: 5 to 4 Meg, 3 to 1 ftada, 10 to 1 each Zeph and Haughty. Won in a canter. Time, 39£see. .ATCFleijD GUtAHTD BATIOXTJAX HUSDIE RACE. A handicap of 500 so vs. The second horse to receive 76 sovs, and the third 25 soys from the stake. About two miles and a quarter; Mr Or Davis* b h Tim Sniveller, by Snivel ler-Burlesque, 5 years, 9st 61b, « * ... ^ RtWBTPP^ Mr W Bailees ch g Havilah, aged, lOst 111b (Boobie) 2 Mr W T Jones' ch g Buttons, aged, 9et 121b (Ferguson) 3 The other ...

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The Military Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

The Military Tournament. SWORD V. LANCE. TENT PEGKJIKG At the Agricultural Hall, at Islington, the usual Royal Military Tournament in which the oick of the army competed was held. In addition to contests with title foils and corn bate between eword and lance and bayonet versus bayonet, there were all the usual feate of tent pegging and lemon cutting, and as the competitors had been in training for a considerable time part a very interesting spectacle with exciting incidents was afforded. BAYONET^Y. BAYONET.

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QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. EXHIBITION MEETING. SECOND DAY. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. EXHIBITION MEETING. S&00B9 DAY. (BY ZECBGFIAPH.) BRISBANE, August 14. The second day's racing in connection with the (J.T.O. Winter Meeting took place on Saturday. The weather wae fine, but there was only a fair attendance. The racing was good. The following are the results: - ASCOT HANDICAP, 7 furlongs. Advance ... ... ... ... 1 Fitzroy 2 Ayeshah ... ... ... ... 3 ' Six others ran. Won after a good race by a length. Time, limn 31feec. HCTBDUB BACE, about 2 miles. Maneroo 1 Cardigan... ... ... ... 2 Bedheart ... 3 Two others ran. Maneroo led from start to finish, and won comfortably by two lengths. Time. 3min 55sec. EXHIBITION HANDICAP. Trident *te 6st 51b 1 Prime Minister, 9st 21b... ... 2 Stray shot, 7st 121b 3 Other starters: Elymas, Dillon, Sing Song, and Minster Bell. Setting: 6 to 4 against Elymas, 2 (o 1 Prime Minister, 5 to 1 Dillon, lOto 1 others. The horses got away to an excellent start, Tridentate going to the front, and, bring never headed,...

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May Day in London. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

May Day in London. The great May Day manifestation of Labor has come and gone, and all concerned have reason to congratulate themselves on the re sult. There have bean many trade demon strations of recent years, but the May Day display surpassed them all in magnitude, and, what is more satisfactory, in the peace ful and orderly manner in which it was con ducted from first to last. ^11 told, there must have been nearly half a million of souls gathered in Hyde Park, but among that vast multitude, collected from every quarter of this teeming city, representing every branch of trade that flourishes in oar midst, not a single case of ill conduc was observable. None of the usual hustling, wrangling, or rough horseplay was indulged in, and al though the arrangements made by the authori ties were excellent in every respect, the ser vices of tlie small body of police were; not brought into requisition. The resolution, which was proposed at all the platforms where the speakers were of the mal...

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