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Miss Geraldine Ulmar. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Miss Geraldine Ulmar. The Theatrical libel suit in which Tilkins and wife (professionally known as Mr. Ivan Caryll and Miss Geraldine Ulmar respec- tively) sued Mr. E. T. Greaves, the London correspondent of the "New York World"     for damages in respect of an alleged libel published in that paper resulted in a verdict for the plaintiffs for £1000 damages. The judge in summing up stigmatized the libel as a gross one.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Father Lockhart. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Father Lockhart. The sadden death in Lodon from heart disease is announced of the Rev. Father Lockhart, Procurator of the Roman Catholic Order of Charity, at the age of seventy two. Father Lockhart, who was a descendant of Sir Walter Scott, was one of the disciples of Newman in the early days of the Tractarian movement. He joined the Roman Church in 1843 becoming a priest of the Order of Charity. The "Conciliation Bill" introduced by   Sir S. W. Griffith, provides (says the Brisbane   Courier) for the appointment of "concilia- tion justices" who will be empowered to adjust disputes voluntarily submitted to them by the parties concerned, and to hear wit- nesses, but not to summon them, or put them on oath. The conciliation justice is required to "use his best endeavors to induce the parties to agree to a settlement .... and may give them such advice as he thinks fit." When an agreement has been come to it must be taken down in writing, and in the event of it...

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Political Morals. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 17 August 1892

Political Morals. UNDOUBTEDLY the exclusion of the Central province from the privileges of decentralisation, has simplified provincial scheme, but it has been brought about by an unholy combina- tion of Northern and Southern mem- bers, and it must be confessed that the part played by the old allies of the Central representatives is by no means to their political credit. The   Central people to use a common phrase, have been very badly left, and are naturally enraged at the defection of the Northern members, and at the satisfaction with which the Government regarded the division on Mr BARLOW'S amendment. No wonder then that hitherto staid   citizens of Rockhampton have   amused themselves by burning Sir SAMUEL, Sir THOMAS, Mr. MOREHEAD and others in effigy, and it is some- what surprising that prominent Northern members escaped the same distinction. Under the measure to be introduced next week the Cen- tral people will be worse off than ever for...

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THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

THE RIFLE. A meeting was held on Friday night at the Town Hall to consider the question of sending * rifle team to Brisbane. Mr R. Kirkbride was in the chair, and there were about 20 others present. Mr Kirkbride, in introducing the meeting, stated on behalf of the Committee, which had been appointed to canvass for sub scriptions, that they had not been particu larly successful. Some gentlemen had pro mised certain snms in the event of the' President subscribing similarly. The latter gentleman had promised 5 guineas, and many, on seeing this amount against his name had declined to subscribe, BO that the collecting of about £160 was a job the committee could hardly hope to face. The meeting had been called so that those in terested might meet together and arrange, if possible, the ways and means. He considered it would be a great pity if a team were not sent. Mr F. W. Beattie moved, and Mr T. A. Craven seconded, " That it is advisable to send a team to Brisbane." This was carried, and...

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FOOTBALL. BY TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

FOOTBALL. BY TBIEGKRAFH. Sydney, August 21. The last football match for the Cup pre sented by the Cricket Association Ground trustees took place yesterday, when the Bandwick team created a surprise by de feating the University team by 6 points to 3. The positions for premiership now stand as follows:-Wallaroos, 38 points ; University, 36; Bandwick, 32.

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BOXING. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

BOXING. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, August 18. Jem Hall and Ted Pritchard have been matched to fight for £2000. LONDON, August 21. Jem Hall beat Ted Pritchard in four rounds. They fought in the open, near Brighton, and the battle mas a fast and furious one. In the second round Pritchard floured Hall, but the latter recovered, and in the fourth round he dealt out very severe punishment, raining b-owe upon Pritchard left and right, sending him out with a crash ing blow upon the ctun.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

"W rs - - *Sf T HE PHARMACY <*? - a- /*.. GILL STREET (Nearly Opposite Hospital), TO STATION OWNERS, MINERS, AND RESIDENTS IN^HESOSH. IN drawing your attention to the Medicines specified below I may mention that the Articles referred to arc especially suitable to keep on hand in the Bush, and on Stations and Camps, where the services of a doctor are sometimes difficult to obtain, as they are GENUINE & HONEST REMEDIES for complaints of almost every-day occurrence in this tropical climate. They ate prepared from prescriptions given me by some of the MOST PROMINENT PHYSICIANS of the day, and may be depended upon to give good results meVery case in which they are used. Soothing Powders fur Babies ^cutting their Teeth, are perfectly harmless, contain no Opium, never fail to give prompt relief, and are fer superior to the Quack Carminative Orops, for Children suffering from Wind, Colic, Indigestion, |&c. Fipst dose* will relieve the little Worm Syrup and Worm Lo...

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Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

j~BY JCTTEMIS]. Wh are passing through, one of those dull eeuona now, from a pressman's point of view, when in the absence of » Deeming, who used to supply his daily column of blood-curdling atrocities, the big pumpkin, and the tall snake yarn find room in our daily papers. We can now attend to record-breakers in any line. Sprinters boxers, preachers, Casters, or ieasters, can all get space to record their feats. The latest among these record breakers appeals in a new line altogether, and strange to Bay hails from hussia this time, not America. Mr Ivan Wassilief was presented to the Czar for his very pronounced success as a father. this gentleman, it seems was married twice, and if happinesB consists in the number of one's olive branches, Mr Was silief should have been fairly contented. His record of 97 children will take some beating at all-events. The first Mrs Wassilief led off with fours, four times in succession, and then was content with presenting the happy father with seven ...

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Cable Intelligent. THE INDUSTRIAL WAR. London, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Cable Intelligent. THE INDUSTRIAL WAR. London, August 15. The miners at Tracey city, Ten nessee, seized the convict laborers, put them in a train and took them away from the city. : * The switchmen employed on the New York and Lake Erie "Western Lehigh aiid Buffalo Creek railways bave struck for hieher wages. They fired two" trains of sixty cai*s and some watchmen's houses, and derailed a passenger train, but no lives were lost. The police and soldiers are restoring order. The millers on strike at Tracey killed several convict miners, and the Governor of Tennessee declares he ? will shoot the ringleader?. Four thousand Par s cabmen have struck, and five thousand omnibus men threaten to do so.

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MR. MUNRO. LONDON, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

MR. MUMO. LONDON, August 15. I Mr Mnnro has decided nothing, and has only asked whether leave will'be granted if he finds it necessary -to ask for it. Sir: Andrew Clarke has offered to take charge of the Agent General's department for-six months' to enable Mr Munro to return. Mr Munro declares. the statements pub lished about him are outrageous false hoodE, and that his faith in the Real Estate Bank was so great that he bought shares tlie same week as Mr Cloud deposited Mrs Cloud's £10,000.

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BOLIVAR BAMBOOZLED LONDON, Angust 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

BOLIVAR BAMBOOZLED. I London, Angus 15. ] Bolivar was captured by strategem, ttfi Venezuelan rebels drawing the garrison under *he pretence of flight:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

: V :;V-:y'TOIING. AGENTS, : : X CHART EES TOWERS. BRANCHES Normaiiton, Thursday Island, Port Moresby, arid Samarai. Importers of Station Requisites, also Wines, Spirits, Ales, &c., ' A SB * VERT DESCRIPTION OF STOKEHeGPBRS' Ann H«TELKiSBPEBS' SUPPLIES rker Steel EollerFlour. >»; Bros/ " King ot Patents " Steel oiler Hour. > m&Ariell's Bisepi&s^Slbtm. t^terbury Cb|»8 send rr Plum Puddings, &8o7?B Bottled Ale^BeyoW ; Co.'a Bomford Pale Ale. ^fia^rtson's Whisky in balk. t JOlmaniock, . Blend Whisky, Brandy, in^wwe^ bulk, including their celebrated jjtiicelf from Jeaad of the v^rr.ijglj^^lasSt L liinie. J"ruit Juice. . " - ~ Hops, iilb ' sizes with or without 'Texas Tobacco, grown and ictured intke ^Colony, and have Graved gold atadsilvermedals wherever Ibs^mndof Sub The extrasixe^ Ep&J> BbOTHEBS' no etout but Gtaimess's best, brewed expreessly for exportation. Bottles istobe noted, W jfett *8 the good corking. J'""" noone else. ..; All ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

OL.A.TE OlfcEEiirS FAMILY M&mim sirmiEir, iciAifiia vowe&s OP KEPT. » S ? G M. MANSON, PEOPEIETE^SSl » x TOW PUR XI § S BEER!! O L E & B I W HOLESOME* THE PkUic <O£ (UttirtGn Tow©ib caa best consult their own interests, and that of their City ty Supporting Ttn^I Industry -T O yST E E s?f BEE E fte only truly genuine article. Call for it and see you get it. On tap everywhere. isSwr. (gaff > %\t Caforers ^retetg Comfaug, |t& ?M - T. R. HUGHES AND 5s F.p.S. Whisky .tken's Ale nte *** Brandy dra Bium ###' Whisky m Claret Spirit Penfants nrib TOWN8VILLE. A G E m T S W « R - La Motte Champagnes Herzer's Wines, bulk and cases South Queensland Wines "Virginia Tol acco Co. BmshV^inger Ale Jameson's Whisky Gle n Dee W hisky OtJ Lowden's Dry Gin Johnson's Stout Gillon's JOdme Juice Colonial Bottled Ale and Stout Leslie's Whiskies, shipments amy. ing by every mail steamer And all other leading brands. T R. H U G H AND CO. ?. McDONALD, WHOLESALE &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

" ASSAYERS. J. 3£. Bradshaw, Bow-street. 5 & Clarke, Buekland's Build ings, Mosman-street. Bnssell, Mosman-street. T. Kendrick & Co., Bow-street. Ifears & Co., City Auction Mart, Gill-street. A- M. Newman, Gill-street. ARCHITECTS. W. G. Smith & Sons, Bow-street R. W. Kendrick & Co, Bow-stroet. AERATED WATER MANUFACTURERS. J. Biomberg' & Co lee Works, King street. The' Non-alcoholic Beverage Com ply BAKERS AC. aJt'Donald, Gill-street. T. W. Cowin, Mosman-street. BUILDERS &C. 5. Toll, PhcenixSteam Joinery Works Mary and Ann Streets: Towers Bazaar, Gill-street. Wyatt & Gates, Gill-street. Impor ters of Vesnvian Refrigerating Paints. OHeara Bros, Gill-street. X Crab & Co, Gill-street. BREWERS. The Towers Brewery Co. Ltd. BOOTMAKERS. R. Nicolas, Brilliant Boot Mart, Gill street. Wiltshire, Gill-street. Dott, jVorihero Miner Boot Arcade, Gill-street. J. I. Connolly, Criterion Stores, sole Importer of the Celebrated Bo...

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Ravenswood Mining. (From the Mining Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Ravenswood raining. (From the Miming Journal.) I have no doubt good fortune is now setting In for the Bavensvood mining dis trict, and that the recent adversities have run their course without doing anj material injury to the field. In the fcruehinge for July it will be noticed that the Mabel machine produced 651oz 15dwt of gold from 239 tons of stone. This is accounted for from the richness of the General Grant stone, which went as high as lloz to the ton. At present the Btone is yielding 12£oz to the ton, and although the reef varies in size, sometimes getting as large as 2ft, it is a proof that the stone becomes richer the deeper the shaft is sunk. This is the most satisfactory news for a mining £eld. In many fields at a certain depth the rich stone ceases to exist, but for Bavenswood field for 60 far the richest part of the field has not yet been reached, owing to the shafts not having been sunk deep enough. In the MelLaneur mine a reef from 1ft to 2ft in size has been struck co...

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Our Weekly Hughenden Letter. HUGHENDEN, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Our Weekly Hughenden Letter. Hughehssh, August 22. THE most important event of the week was the meeting on Friday night, to consider a a water scheme for the town. There was a good attendance, and in the a^Bence of the Mayor (Mr *J. T. McLaren), Mr W. E. Gibbons was voted to the chair. A letter was read from the Mayor, regretting that urgent business had called him to Townsville, and expressing his warm, sympathy with the movement. Mr Gibbons pointed out that the town was much in need of abetter supply of water than at present, and the advantage of an artesian bore was considerable. Mr w. H. Ooldiing moved the first resolution, which was seeonded by Mr R, W. Geary, and carried-" That an artesian water supply is necessaay and desirable." Mr W. Wilson moved, and Mr Fogg seconded," that the Municipal Council be requested to apply to the Minister for lands for a reserve for artesian well boringcarried. Mr Mnrinuw moved, and Mr J, Smith seconded," that this meeting, recognising the neces...

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LATE SPORTING. LATEST QUOTATIONS. (BY TELEGRAPH). MELBOURNE, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

LATE SPORTING. XATEST QUOTATIONS. (B7 T£XiB6SAPH). Mbkboubkb, August 23. Titan, who was backed last week, remains favorite for the Caufield Cap, 109 to 6 bang offered. Trieste Mid Malolo are 100 to 5, taken and offered. Autonomy is a firm favo rite for the Victorian Derby, 100 to 30 being the best price against him, 4 to 1 being readily taken. Meii, Captain, Azim, Camoola and Etra Weenie are quoted from 7 to 1. Malvolio is at the top of the quota tions for the Melbourne Cop, 100 to 6 being taken, and 100 to 7 is now Hie best offer. Strathmore, ZaiinBki, St. Albans H» and Penance are quoted at 100 to 5 each- A wager of £2,000 to 60 has been booked about Tirailleur.

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THE NORTH Queenland Register PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

THE FORTH PUBLISHED WEBKIiT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1892. THE Customs collections at Townsville for the fortnight ended August 16, amounted to , £8696 9s 3d. The date on which the totalieatort^x, if agreed to, comes into operation was noteiVen moor budget speech telegram, and it maybe that it takeB effect at once as in the case of the Customs' Duties. If «, the Miners' Becwg Club will be the first here to feel the Ihx which will be about £125 on the day's racing. . J At a meeting of the Meldrum Testimonial Commrttee held oh Monday morning in the Town Hall, His Worship the Mavor pre siding, a sub-committee fifiarapointed to draft, and hare prepared l^tlclress, which it "was decided shoqld be presented at the Court House on Friday afternoon next at 4 o'clock. The address which is in the hands of Miss Flockton, will be accompanied by a puree of sovereigns. Oub Limestone correspondent writes as follows: " A grand ball, given by the Limestone Kifle Club, in aid of the District Hospital, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

MINER'S HALL, CROYDON. THE NEW HALL Is now open for engagement by Lecturers, Travelling Companies, &c. Terms and particulars on application to W. EL BROWNE, Secretary A.M.A. Croydon. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAXL STEiMERS. The following Royal Mail Steamships be longing to the ORIENT and PACIFIC Companies will leave Sydney at 1 p.m. on the undermentioned dates for PLYMOUTH: and LOXDON (Tilbury), via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal, calling it. Naples and Gibraltar: Steamships Tons Reg. Command'r Leave Syd hey Noon. OBA.TA.VA. ... OKCTBA 5552 5552 R. Studdert Lindsay Hay, R,N,R, Aug, 29 Sent, 12 And fortnightly thereafter. PASSAGE Momsr-Saloon, £58, £66, and £70. Second, £35 and £37. Third, £19 to £23. BXOITBSIOK RCTIT&K TICKETS at RBDITORD RATBB. SALOON PABSBNGERS allowed to break their Journey. Facilities axe afforded for bringing out friends and relatives by the pre-payment of passage money. London Managers: F. OfiBBN & Co,, and AHDB&...

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