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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

BRISBANE STOCK KXCHAaGfi. {BY TS1I»SA7E.) BRISBANE, August 22. The quotations to-day were ;-New liid den Treasuias, b 5s, b6S ; No 2 South. But Day D&WB8, b 9§d. s lid; ITo 6Queens, e 6s 3d; Maldives, paid up, e 4s.

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Local Mining Mews. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

I>oc«I Mining Mews. FRIDAY, Axtgvbt 19. At the DfiyDawn Freehold Extended the shaft is doira64i.lt. The Victory has declared a dividend of 2s per GOjOOOfch share, equal to £5000 ; this makes £10,000" in dirideads from fchiB £or the fiist 18 daje of IMs month. The Victory's rough cleanup for the fort night is as follows: No. 1 ehaft Victorylreef 40 tons for 133oz; No. 2 shaft Brilliant reef 342 tone 1788oz. The concentrates "accumu lated from line crushings fromthe *o. 2 shaft are estimated to yield folly 20oz of gold. SATURDAY, August 20. Theehtae martcet was weaker yesterday, the etockfl principally eoffiering being Bril liant «tid St. C^eorge Umted, lOiark'e Sril fiant, Worcester, and Vict Jiy, and No. 7 2TJR. Queens At Craven's Caledonia the reel on tfa® bottom levl is ISin thick of gooi quality stone. In the etopes above the reef varies from 6 to lOin. Daring the fortnight 60 tons of stone were raised, malting 65 tons in the paddock. At Ho 1 shaft in the Victory, 60 tone of a...

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Managers' Reports. STOCKHOLM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

llEftxragers' Reports. BTOOKHOIW. H. tester, manager, reports under date 20th August: No. 7 south level has been extended a further distance of 19 ft for (be fortnight by contract, total distance from the shaft 203ft, carrying at present about 20m of fair quality stone. The contractors have 14ft further to drive to complete their con tract. We have 6ft further to drive to be in a line with the winze, the face of the drive is still very dry. I have also pat in four sets of timber for the fortnight with two men ; I intend to start the rise over this drive on Monday next. I have hauled about 50 tons of stond for the fortnight, total in hopper about 100 tons. No. 4 south level tributors Doody and partv, have about 12 tons of fair quality stone broken below. The cross-reef tributors, Carney and party, have between 40 and 50 tons of good quality stone broken. WO. 7 NJB. QUEEN. J. Wilson, manager, reports under date, August 20th, as follows: I beg leave to re port work done in your mine fo...

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Russell River Goldfield. (Wild River Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

[ Russell River Goldfield. I (Wtid River Times.) There is considerable progress fcj report in connection with the development of the -Kus sell River goldfield since my last. Messrs Hobson and Behan (Cairns) some ! time ago made application for permission to cut a water race from the north branch of ! the Johnstone River to Kiandra, the western j portion of this field. The site fixed for the j dam is the Johnstone River crossing (Boar Pocket R.ad), and the length of the race is estimated to be about 12 miles. It is seated the promoters of the scheme propose to form a syndicate to carry out the work. ' At Bunjee, the Just-in-Time still maintains the premier position, do ate of the claims here are about worked out, and others are still being prospected with more or less - suc cess. At Coopa, the proprietors of the Caledonian Lease will soon finish their water race. On the Crown Terrace, fair progress has been made during the past three months, the water supply being more plentiful than...

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Our Weekly Croydon Letter. CROYDON, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Our Weekly Croydon Letter. CteoxDOB, August 14. The fctriking of the reef, both in the Iguana Amalgamated Blocks and the Golden Gate Block, which was wired <to yon at the time, ate the principal mining events of the week. My endeavors have been always to impress the readers of *' Weekly Croydon Letters" with the importance of the success of these two mines, s . that a detailed repeti tion of the effect they will have on Croydon is unnecessary. It may also be remembered that mention has been made of the four shafts which were to be in their turn the gradual proofs of the permanency of our reefs. They were the No. 3 West Iguana Block, the Iguana Amalgamated Block, the Golden Gate Block, and the Diamond Drill, Of these the Iguana 3 West bottomed at 175ft vertical, on a 14ft reef, 10ft buck, the re mainder quartz. After driving east and west for a short distance, a small trial crash ing was raised, but as it returned very poorly, exemption was forced on the share holders. &am...

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Mining Mews. [BY TELEGRAPH.] GEORGETOWN, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Mining Mews. [BY TELEGRAPH.] G-KOEGBTOWS, AUGUBT 22. The well-known Spero P.O. has again been taken np. This time it is, no doubt, in the hope of getting the stone which recent developments in the Spero No 1 West hare disclosed, and which is reported as being splendid. Oroydok, Augost 19 The Golden Gate Block is through the reef and into the foot wall The reef is 5ft thick of kind-looking stone, but it contains at present but little gold. After sinking a well hole they will probably open out north on the reef. Ckofdok, August 22. The Ophir Block cleaned up the second largest crushing vet obtained on the field, being 582 tons, which yielded 3,330oz gold, of a monetary value of £8400. The stone was thus worth over £14 a ton. Three hundred ounces of gold were brought in to-day fom a rough cleaning up of a crushing going through from the True JblueP.C.claim.

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FOOTBALL. RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

FOOTBALL. BUGBY. (BT NEMO.) The Wallaroos did not manage to score a win in their return match against the Alham-. bras, of Townsrille, whLh was played at that place on Saturday, being beaten by .6 points (a try and goal) to nothing. They blame the slippery nature of the long grass mainly for for their defeat. The try. I hear, was got from the kick off, which bounced over Bowden's head, and bein>j smartly followed, up by the Alhambras, was kicked over the line, and after some half-a-dozen of both sides had tried to stop it, was touched down by one of the Meiklee. The Alhambras' team has been considerably strengthened since their visit here by the inclusion of the Meikles and some others. RANGERS v. WANDERERS. Unfortunately I was unable ta be present at the first half of this important match, which was played on Saturday afternoon at Richmond Hill. Loveday scored, I hear, a capital try in the first half, and considering the array of weight against him, he is worthy of all praise. I...

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Overheard after the Hatch. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Overheard after the Hatch. ALHAMBBA FOOTBAI-I.BE-Well, little 'an, no 28 points this time, how do you feel after jour licking, don't look BO cross. WALJGABOO DITTO -I'm not goin' to growl, bat bloom me wait till we get you 011 the 'ard ground agen at the Towers: last time up there, one of your coves said I threw 'im, and then fell on 'im; that's a thing I never do, bat I'll bump a few of 'em next time, I'll promise yer. TOWERB BABBICEEK-That's right little 'an, we'll wipe the floor with 'em when they come up as yer did last time, and fall on 'em too.

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ATHLETICS. CHARTERS TOWERS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. SEPTEMBER MEETING, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

ATHLETICS. OBABTJEBS TOWERS ATHLETIC % ASSOCIATION. SEPTEM3EB MEETING-, 1892. The following handicaps have, been de clared : - GfiANB HAKDICAP. Noimaa (B) ... 10 Wm Eanll ... ll GChardon ...12 £ Wicker (a) con 12£ J: Hamilton ... 13 Japaesjilalone 13 Cltfeseer ... 13 AjDielim ... 13 J Ellis on ... 14 ITMcKiernan... 14 E Hawkins ;H Squires F Nelson G Cocfeerill T Smith H Borrensen yds 20 m m m 21 21 HBtLedger .3^]Malone iXfrataion FErickson G Nuxcombe PBirstwell ^M Mahoney TD Jenka... MTS McLean rAPalmer 1C Ktaunton J C Bain 38 Holland W J Nelson E Newton J J Bairstow C Bamford J P O'Connell a Pollock 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 16| 17 18 18£ 18| 18| 19 19 191 m W .H Buchanan 21 JD Jenkins ... 21| T Board man. ... 2l| RVSmjthe ... 21| AC Barker ... 21* A ECampbell... 22 7 E Fogg ... 22 W JPattanson, (con)... ... 22 A Buchanan ... 22| E Smith ... 22J E Bridge ... 22| J Edwards ... 22| J Washington... 22£ J J Bvrne ... 22i CE Strike ... 23 B Enright ... 23 Gus McA.uliffe... 23 J Smiley ...

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

CRICKET. C. A. POLLARD and Co. are now the sole agents on Charters Towers for W. H.,Cook and Co., of London, one of the largest and best known firms w England for the manu facture and sale of sporting requisites in every shape or form., and the many modern contrivances which each year brings forth would probably astonish th<5 Dans, Tarrant®, Caffyns, Lockyer.«, Lilly whites, etc., of the olden days. The " Magic " bat u a marvel of ingenuity, and the combination of cane,, whalebone and indiarubber in such a manner as to obtain a maximum amount pf ^nog power wjth a minimnm amount of " sting " to the hand is really a marvel of modern ingenuity. All the latest improvements in pade, gloves,, bails, stumps, etc., will also be of much interest now that the cricket eieason is approaching. -Some of them seem indeed to be so specially adapted to our tropical climate that the wonder is that we should,owe their invention to colder countries. In other branches of sport, Mr. Pollard, t...

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VICTOrIAN ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL.. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

VICTOBIAN ASSOCIATION FOOTBAIIIJ. [BY NEMO 3 J P The first game of this season's football finder the above rules was played on Rich mond Hill yesterday afternoon between the Bankers and Brokers. The game did not display itself in at all a scientific aspect, but, no doubt, the smallness of the ground, the lack of sufficient players to form full sides, and the ignorance of the rules by many playen, conduced to that. An accident sustained by a p'ayer, too, who was unlucky enough, through quite a simple fall, to frac ture the email bone of his l*ft arm near the wrist, also damped the ardo :r of the con eonteetants for a while. The game ended in a win for the Bankers by 5 goals and 9 behinds against the Brokers' 1 goal and 7 behinds. Should the game catch on, I I have no doubt it will develop much latent talent, as I noticed many players who have not hitherto played football here.

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B.A.R. TOWNSVILLE V. QUESTION RANGERS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

BJLB. TOWVBTIUB V. QIBENTOS BANGERS CMTB. (BR ONEOOKBB.) The above two teams met in their friendly return match, on Saturday afternoon last,: and notwithstanding the other football attractions elsewhere in town, the Queenton ground held the largest number of spectators, including a good sprinkling of the fair sex, that have as yet witnessed a B. A. gamehere. I Considering it was a match for suprejnasy I between Towneville and the Towers, the " barracking" element was conspicuous by its absence. The ground, which with the ex ception of the surrounding mullock heaps, boasts of no grand stand, was indeed very dusty, and the* Queenton men, in future, when playing a match such as Saturday's, atinpld call into requisition the serFicesofthe Corporation witter wrfa. Th» TownBTille team, who played in mourning bands, in sympathy for the sad death of their late club mate, Mr Archie Rowan, were minus Smith, their dashing right wing " feather weight," hut in &ogersoc, of the Caledonians...

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Discrepancy in Gold Returns. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Discrepancy in Crold Returns. SO rHB EDITOR. Sib,-I note in your report of last monthly meeting of Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Buckland again refers to seeming discrepancy between returns of gold through the Banks and Mills, and showed a pattern of a amfa'ng for the redaction of specimens. Also re ported that an engineer had informed him that he often supplied jsprs for hand stone breakers. Now in justice to the miners of Charters Towers allow me to state one or two facte apparently overlooked by Mr Backland. First that in walking between the Bailway Station and Millchester I picked |up a water worn surface boulder of quartz-which when broken up produced between 2 and 3dwts of gold. This stone was partially embedded in the ground and was not the property of a mine owner. Further there are plenty of places just out of t harters Towers which pro duce specimens, whilst I am in a position to prove that almost if not quite-sufficient gold is produced by the Fanning-Kirk-Roch fom and Bavensw...

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

J. N. FAMES. Sharebroker, FLINDERS STREET, TOWNSVILLE JAMES HALL, Stocfc anfc gbarotaofter. Member of the Charters Towers Stock Exchange. Bow STREET, ./ " Charters Towers. GEO. R, OGG, COMMISSION Amsn jm 6HABEBB0KEB, ^ Bo. 6 Boss's BuuauBCH (Up Stain). W. L, DAVIES & Co., Sharebrokers, Mining Secretaries, and Insurance agents: CHARTERS TOWERS. Agents for the : Guardian Assurance Co., Correeponden it England, and. all the Colonies. W. L. Davies, (Member Charters Stock Exchange). ELMSLIE & CO.. Mining and General Agents, CROYDON. Iiondon Agents: Elmslee & Co., 79|, Grace* church-street, E.C. Codes: Moreings 3rd Edition, A.B.C. 4th Edition. Mining report posted regularly on application Coaae azxd. Clarke, Buckland's Buildings Mosman-streeet, Chabtees TOWEBS. SHABEBB]OKEBS, ASSAYEBS, ANALYSTS. E. J, COANE, member of the Charters Towers Stock Exchange, pays exclusive at tention to the Stock and Sharebroking hyannTi of the firm. A. W. Clarke, F.G.S., late Gov ernme...

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

QUEENSLAND WOOLLEN MANUFACTURING CO LIMITED, M&8MAM SmSETt mAMWEMS W&WEMS. BRANCHES AT BRISBANE, TOOWOOMBA, ROCKHAMPTON, IPSWICH, WARWICK, ETC., ETC* THE WOOLLEN BULLS, NORTH IPSWICH Hi above Company Having gone to considerable expense in procuring the services of a FIRSTrCL ASS CUTTER FROM SYDNEY aire BOV 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 onr Tweetfti Worsteds, &c., as being manufactured from PURE WOOL only, thoroughly shrank and fast colours. FIT AND STYLE NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. CHOICE SELECTION OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROk. READY MADES, M Ac We hold a splendid stock of Ready Mades, equal to bespoke. Also Gentlemen's Mercery in Gzeat Variety. Our ATiL WOOL BLAiSlvETS are worthy of inspection, warranted to last 20 years. . The Company's Celebrated Tweeds can only be obtained from their Establishment, Mos...

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The Metal Harket. (BY TELEGRAPH). SYDNEY, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Tbe Metal Harket. (BY TELB&BAPH). SYDNEY. August 10. 1 he Sydney quotation of tin ore ifi 16s 3d per unit. C IB J.B. Londox, August 18. The quotation for copper is, Chili bats, £14 5s per ton. Straits tin (three months qaotationB), £94>. Silver, 3a lid per ounce. -

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"Derby Tobacco." [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

w Derby Tobacco." Our readers are reminded that full stocks of all shapes (both flatwork and twist) of this famous brand axe now procurable from all retailers, and smokers are cautioned to examine the article, as each plug is stamped by "David Dunlop," the clebrated manu facture Aplin, Brown and Co, Ltd., sole agents.* CEETAIHXY the best and cheapest for whole sale and retail dealers is Areda's Union Stores, Hughenden and Winton, Great satisfaction given to the public by his Saturday evening auction sales. * KINTYRE TEA.-Imported by the Queens land agents (Aplin, Brown and Co. Ltd) direct from the estate in Ceylon. Miller Bros have supplied nothing else to Govern ment Houses for years past, and consider there is no better drinking tea to be had in Ceylon. First award for tea at Dunedin Ex hibition, New Zealand, 1890.* Ax the Police Court on Monday before Mr C. A. U; Morris, P.M., H. Bland sued Win. Broddie for assault and battery. There was also a cross-summons. Mr Oostello appeared...

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

MR. E. J. FORREST, Solicitor, &c., COMMISSIONER FOR. AFFIDAVITS, Flinders-street, TOWNSVILLB. MR. M. O'M ALLEY, Solicitor & Proctor, PLANT'S BUILDINGS, Flinders-street, TOWNSVILLB. JYJARSLAJND & "J^ABSLAJYD, Solicitors, GiU-stu Charters Towers* Wickhanb-st-, Toumsvtfle* I* W. MARSLMD, 1 NOMIM S. KMUUM, 1 STB0 FOLLERR MILFORD BARRISLER . AT - Law, SOLICITOR ETC., ETC., OFFICES : URT J^IOUSE ^HAMBERS, Gill-street.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) COOKTOWN, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

LATE TELEGRAMS. A - (BY TKMSGBWH.) F . ' " OOOS^OWH, AUGUST 22. The Kent, alarge steamer bound south, is. reported bythe Quiraing to be ashore on I reef, 280 miles northof Cooktown. The racehorse Lord Newxy dropped dead! after his gallop this mornings The hospital on Saturday and Sunday netted £45. The town u lively and fail of visitors for the races. "h&et. .The steamer Kent is ashore onthewuth east end of the reef. The t Quiraing offered assistance, whichwas nfdwd. The vessel -appeared to be afloat all Tound, except Tier nose, ^whiich was on the reef. Captain Thompson thinks she would come off by last night's tide. GSOHGETOWN, AtJgUSt 22 f Mr. W. A. "Spencer, manager of the Queensland ^NationalBank willfebortly leave here for Brisbane, to "which branch- he Has .Jbeen removed. His sueeeesor will arrive next w^ek. Mr Piper, manager of the Oubmerland P.C mine will leave by next coach en route for E ngland. A Mr Tills is his, successor in the charge .of the property. Business ...

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

.ftjlg hJC«DEN|T p- of fafcintf * JJlft is anoffier sad case of drinking imhureconcocfions. Wolfes Scnnajijis is tfie only reliable spirit and itfiossesses the... additional merit of being a high dass Ionic much in favor with the faculty. ^ j. m PAKKES. ShorrMker. FLIHDERS STREET, TOWSaVHiLB JAMES HALL, Stotfc antr gfmrebroker. Member of the Charters Towers Stock Exchange. Bow &TBSET, Charters Towers. G EO. R. Ogg, COMMISSION jumux us SHABEBBOEB®, > Ho, 6 Boss's BuniDiarat r " (Up Stain). W. L, DAVIES & CO., Sharebrokers, Mining Secretaries, and Insurance agents: CHARTERS TOWERS. Agents for the : Guardian Assurance Co., Correeponden an England, and ail the Colonies. W. Ei. Davies, (Member Charters Stock Exchange). iELMSLIE & CO., Mining and General Agents, CROYDON. London Agents : Eluslis & Co., J79J> Grace church-street, E.C. Codes: Moreinge 3rd Edition, A.B.C. 4th Edition. Mining report posted regularly on application RAVENS W OOD ASSAY OFFICE...

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