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THE BACCARAT SCANDAL. LONDON, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
THE BACCARAT SCANDAL. LONDON, Jane 2. I The hearing of the baccarat case was resumed to-day, when according i to expectation, the Prince of Wales ! was called upon to give evidence. The | Prince of Wales, in the course of his examination, said he saw no irregu larity in the game himself. Lord Coventry being, the first to suggest that there was, but there were so many witnesses, who declared that they had seen Sir Gordon Gumming cheat, that he could not help believing the latter's guilt. Sir Sir Charles Russell's cross-examina tion of Sir Gordon Cumming was damaging to the plaintiff's case, though he (Gumming) re-asserted his absolute innocence. He explained that the magnitude of his winnings was due to his system of play. The evidence of the Prince of Wales was brief and colorless as against Cum j mi rig's five witnesses who gave evi I dence for the defence, the Prince evidently having been influenced in his judgpnent. General Williams in his evidence admitted that he saw no cheatin...
NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES TROUBLE. LONDON, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES TROUBLE. LOXDOX, Jwie 2. It is reputed that the United States Government willsend an iron clad to St. George's Bay, Newfound land, to make enquiries into the reeentaction of the French Admiral there withregard to the fisheries. T In replying to a question in the sdf Commons hast night, Sir ibreign .Aifairs, stated that the , IfVench Government had beenj^Blced for an explanation of their apparent interference with British" righte in. connection Avith the fisheries on the coast of Newfoundland.
A Case of Suicide. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
A Case of Suicide. (FKOX OUR OWN COKKBBPOKDEHT ) (Br ETBCRFIIG TBLEGBAPH.) BXSM, May 31. Shortly after midday on~ Saturday, two ^ousg men named Jiu. Steel and Arthur Bourne, while walking along Cliff-street, at the South Heads, saw a man jump off the locks near the Gap, and affewaxdB saw his body floating in the oeeao, they reported the master to the poliee and & pot steamer went round to the spot indicated,buteould find no trace of the man except his hat, which they recovered- A man answering to the description of the one who committed sui cide went down bv the 11*30 train from Sydney. He appeared to be in the last stage of consumption.
Death of a Pioneer Printer. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BRISBANE, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
: Bealli er« JPioiieer Priater* [BY ELIECT&IC TELEGRAPH.] (FSOK OUB OWK CORRESPONDENT.) BKGBBASS, Jane JL ?JL cable message "was received. In town this morning conveying the intelligence of the death *)f an old pioneer printer, the Hon. James Swan, SLJL.C^ in the Mediterranean Sea, on board the B.MJ8. Jelunga, on 28th Slay. Mr. Swan vae on his way, with his wife, to XSngland, where he intended staying twelve months. The dectafced. gfentleman "was in feeble health when heleffc Brisbane. No particulars as to the cause of his death have been received, bat doubtless it was through his advanced age, as Mr. Swan was fully 80 years old, together with climatic changes experienced, on thevoyage thatwere responsible for hie demise. - .
Shipping News. [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
[by TOST A37D llBCHOC XMXOUfE.] ; ARRIVAJ&B. May 28.-Airlie, e., Captain Miis, from Southern ports, with the following through passengers for Hong Kong and ports : Mesdames Smedley and six children, Taeker and three servants, Freshfield, Davies, Davis, Miss Young; Messrs. Tasker, J. R. Burns, M'Micking, Cooper, Wallace, Fovier, Davis, Searcy, Wilson, Alexander. M* si icking. Burns, Philp, and Co., Ltd., Agents. May 29.-Warrego, s., Captain Fleetwood, firom Melbourne, via ports. Passengers t MissMuir, Dr. Ryan, Messrs. Wilson, Farrell, Mosm&n, Gordon, Tyson, Craddock, Kerr, 19 steerage, and 52 Islanders. Burns, Philp, and Co., Ltd., agents. May 30-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clarke, from Cairns, via, ports. Passengers-lbs. Clarke and.two children; Miss Graham; Messrs Tiddy, Kirk, Dempsey, Fisher. Par sons, Newman, ShiresB, Black, Foster, Badis den and 15 in tjie steerage. Burns, Philp and Co, Ltd, agents. May 30-Bordddn, s, Captain Keir, from Port Douglas via ports. Pass...
Revenue for May. WARDEN'S OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
Beyenue for May* WARDEN'S OFFICE Miners' Bights Business Licenses ... Mining Transfers -... Lien Ticket®... Bents, G.M. Leases ... Rents, 6.P. Homesteads Survey Fees Lease exemptions ... Bents, Garden Areas 6kF.IL Transfers ... Magazine Fees Judicial Fees Sundries £ 6. d. 73 10 O 8 0 0 7 0 0 15 O 268 O 0 16 O O 91 12 O 29 8 0 14 0 O 5 10 O 6 7 1 9 0 1 17 1 522 18 1 Mijjeral CojDrissiosEE. Mining License 10 0 £523 8 1 Ms GeOjRGB CAVBY has been gazetted a member of tlxe licensing authority for tlie Charters Towers licensing district." . MB. Httgh Mosmak returned to Charters Towers on Monday, after spending a holiday in the South. Tw view of the fact that by the new rail way tii»R fable the departure of the morning train has been postponed for 25 mintttes, it woul&lt;i,be of considerable advantage to 'the jpuhlic if letters could be posted up to 6 a.m. Vrntliedayslon which Hie regular steamers leave say Mondays and Thurs days, At ^Besent letters must be posted !&&am...
An Interesting Case. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ADELAIDE, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
An Interesting Case, (by ELECTEIC TELEGfiAFH.) [FEOM OUB OWK COBEEePONDEKT/j Ajdhaide, June L. At the Police Court this morning-an interesting case, arising out of the recent mantime strike, came on for hearing. A lighterman named Peterson sued the Ade laide Steam Tug Company for wages due to him. from the evidence it appeared that the plaintiff and others were engaged to load tie lighter for the German steamer Dresden, and after this were told to load the Jobba and take two lighters to the anchorage at the Semaphore. Just as they were hauling away from the wharf they heard an Asso ciation man, who was on the lighter, call out that he was not allowed to handle the cargo of lighters taken to the Semaphore, as the steamer had not arrived. The man was taken ashore, and never retained, and his work was completed hyson-unionists. The plaintiff sued for wages work already done, and the Company refused to pay on tSe grounds that the contract was not fulfilled. The plaintiff was non-suited,...
LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
LATE SHIPPING. ABMVALS. June 2.-Aramac, s, Captain Meabura, from Melbourne via ports. Passengers Mesdames Cowper, Holmes and child, Wilson, Abercrombie, Watson, Harrison and. child, Shields and child, Kwong Wall On; Misses Salmon, Bennett, Hewett, Benzent, McLean,. Lloyd - Hevds. Edwards and Bryant; Soufcherden, Andrews, Gaynor, HsJPeek, Newman, Leu, W. A. Tully, T. S. Sword, Shannon, Finsch, Morrison, Burn, Tait, Baine, Hoddentot, Victor, Eve, Cornock, Brown, Cribson, Jbice, White, 29 free shearers, and 25 steerage. Bums, Philp and Co. Ltd., agents. June 3.-Lalla Bookh, schooner, Captain Lawson, from Cairns. June 4.-Eleefcric Light, s., Captain C. Moyses, from Baratta Creek. Burns, Philp,. and Co,, Ltd., agents. June 4.-Warrego, s., Captain W. W. Hampton, from Cooktown, via, ports, with mails from Thursday Island and Grulf ports. Passengers :-Mrs Downey. Miss Downey, Messrs. Affliek, Grardner, Arundel, Barrett, Dr. Emanuel, and 3 steerage. Burns, Philp, and Co., Ltd., agents.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
DEPASTURES. June 2.-Elect; Light, Captain Moyses, for Bsratta Creel . Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd, agents. June 2.-Palmer, s, Captain Clarke, for Cairn6 via. ports. Passengers-Mrs. Clarke ; Rev. McKernan; Messrs. McKay, Dutliie, Tait, Levy, Dempiey, Rankiu, Blackmore; 59 islanders, and 21 steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd., agents. June 2.-Star of Hope, s, Captain Stewart, for Plantation Creek. Passengers-Sirs. Benjamin and two steerage. June 3.-Aramac, s, Captain J. ID. Mea bura, for Cooktown, via ports. Passengers Mrs Eluge; Miss Richards; Messrs Hill, Ckarfeer, Kirk, Hanrahan, and 11 steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd., agents. June 3.-Lalla Rookh, schooner, Captain Lawson, for Mackay. June 4.-Dairymaid, s., Captain Mackenzie, for the wreck of the Moltke, with divers. Burns, Philp, and Co., Ltd., agents. Jane 4.-Warrego, s, Captain W. "W". Hampton, fnr Melbourne, via ports. Pas* sengers :-Mesdames Turner, Campbell and child 5 Misses Grilder, Lees j Messrs. Gror ringe, Weinholt, ...