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Shipping News. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

ARBITAXS. August 16.-Cintra, 8, Captain W, W. HpinpfOQ,. from South. Passengers-lies dames FeiguBon, Puller, Cumming and four children, Richardson, Army tage, two chil dren end! two maids, Willis, Daly, £mall wood and child, Calder, Gelling, Willis; Misses Loughman. Pullen, Willis, Moore, Shields, Quinlan, Daly ; Hon Forrest; Rev Haggar; .Messrs Irvine. Thistlewait,McArthur, Dibben, Ferguson, Richardson, Aldridge, Rogers, Pogers, Earl, Davies, Wingfield, Davy, JLarl, Hains, Presiwell,Moon, imytege, Robert son, Keily, Meikle,. Donaldson, Moynihan, Daly, Plaisted, Smallwood, Lees, Taylor, Johnstone, ,8hoileT. Smith, Shiels, Seaward, Gelling, Richardson; Master S mall wood, and 52 in the steerage. Barns, Philp and Co., Ltd,, agents, August 17.-Mayflower, sch, Captain Louden, from Maryborough. Hyne and Sons, agents. August 17,-Fearless, sch, Captain Harris, from Maiyborough. Rooney and Co., agents. August 17.-Lalla Rookh, sch., Captain Powell, from Seymour Biver. Aplin, Brown and Go^age...

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"THE NORTH QUEENSLAND REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

SMiRE HST. Name of Company. Jdabaina^NoLiability (paid up) ... ... '' 1 Ditto (cooteibtitang)... "i B£nd of Mope , ; si;-; .. .. ! Brilliant&St. George Uti G.M,, Co. lid. (q.q.) * - Ditto (contributing) Brilliant G. M. Co., Ltd. (paid op) ... ... Brilliant Block G.M. Co., Ltd., (paid up) .4 , ? Ditto* contributing ..i Brilliant Extended G.M. Go.,V.L. (paid op}... Jjitto) (contribufciiig)... Extended Block 6.M. Co., STJj. (tms! » » (paid«p! Hialliant Central G.M. Co., Ltd. Brilliant Freeholds G.M. Co., Ltd. (pd,up) ... Ditto > (codL) ... Bonnie Dundee G-.M. Co., Ltd. CSail's Brilliant and Worcester and Victory - G-.M. Co., NJJ. ... ... ... ... Brilliant, St. Patrick & Queen &M Co, Ld (p.a) . , ditto ditto (nmf Caledonia P.C Tribute, No Liability Caledonia Consolidated G-MCo, Ltd... Craven's Caledonia 0M Co, N.L Charters Towers Pyrites Co, Ltd Charters Towers Gab Co, Ud Dan O'Connell 0 U Co, Ltd ... Day Dawn No. 3 West G-M Co, Ltd ... Day JJawn No. 4i West G...

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

DBPASIITBBS. August 15. -Wodonga, s, Captain T. A. Lake, for MeIbour.se, via ports. Passengers - Mesdames Henderson, Tindall, two children and maid, Johnson, Collings, two children and maid, A Kogers, Danielle, Johnston, UcEenzie, B. Tindall, Heid and family; Misses A. McKenney, Shadforth, Walton, Buekland, Severin, Harwood, Lart; Hon. F. Dalton; Messrs McKenzie, Picton, Jordon, Weimer, Little, Warren, Keseeli, Coppock, Grant, Mci-very, Walker, Wise man, Towner, Craig, Colliugs, T. Mathews, W. Mathews, Horton, Russell, Dickson, Hickle, Henderson, Bryant, Goold, fi. Tin dall, Byrne, Francis, Brown, Rand, Dibble, Hoan, Anderson, Slack, iiellock, Paton, Smith, Husband; Masters Shadford (2), Biodgers. Burns, Philp and Co, Ltd., agents. August 16-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark, for Cairns via ports. Passengers :-Mcb dames Cahill, Blis«, Fen wick, Connors; Misses Cahill (2), Butt, Duffy, Flannigan; Messrs Elliott, Duffield, Walsh, O'Brien. Brooks, Stewart, Connor, VYise, O'Mailey, and 16 ...

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Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

JLatest Quotations* CHARTERS TOWEfiS STOCK .^oapr^i. EVENING CALL The following were the quotations late night:-Alabama, contributing, e 2d; Band of Hope, e 10s4d; Brilliant and St. G-eorge United contributing, b 6s 7d, s 7e 3d; Brilliant Extended, contributing, b S|d, b 6d; Brilliant Freehold, contributing, b . 9d, b 1b 6d; Clark's Brilliant, WOT eeetiber andYictory,b 3B 5fl, a 3b 7d; Craven's Caledonia, b 2s 6d, 8 4B; Day Dawn No. 3 West, b 7d, b IS; Day Dawn 4A West, b 3d, 0 9d; Day _ Dawn School Keserre, contributing, b & 3d, e Sc 6d; Hidden Treasure No. 1 South, s 4d; Identity, contributing, b Is 6d, a 2s 3d; Kelly's Queen Block, e 6s; Lord Stanley Block, b Id, s Sd; Lady Maria, b is .0 Ib 6|d; Millican's Caledonia, b 7d; New Hidden Treasure, b 5s 7|d, s 5s 10d^ No. 7 N,E. Queen, b 14s, 0 16s 6d; No, 1 JEaet S^nbnr^, b 2s 9d, 8 2s 10d; No, 2 East Sunburst contributing, b 6d. 0 7£d; Papuan Brilliant wad Victoria b 60 3|d, e 6d@d; Queen Central, b 2s 6d, 0 3b jSd; United ...

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

CHOYDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (B7 TELEGRAPH.) CfiOTTKJK, AueiiBfc 22. The following are the quotationss-tiolden Osie Slock, p 6B, paid-up, e &; Golden Gate Nos 3 and 4 Worth, b 1B,b 1B 9d; Golden Gate No. f» North, b 6d, e7d; Iguana Amal gamated, b2s Bd, b 3s, pai l-up s 4s; Tguaiaa Extended, b 7d, s 9d, paid-up b Is 9d, s 2s 6dj Iron Duke anl Nancy Iiee Block, b 9d, s 1b 2d; Ieabelle NOB. 2 and 3, b ls.9d, 8 2s 7d; Is&belle Block, paid-up, b Is 6d, is 2b ?i; Mountain Maid United, b 5d, e7d; True Blue NOB 3 and 4 paid-up, b Is 3d, e ls 6d; True Blue block, b 3b, s 5s ; True Blue Six tended Blbrk, i> lis 3d, s Is JOd. Sales -laa belle N db 2 aud 3, 600 at 2s, 100 at 2b ; True Blue, Nob 3 and 4 South, 60 at 9|d.

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THE KANAKA QUESTION. LONDON, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

THE KANAKA QUESTION. LONDON, August 16. Mr W. H. Groom, M.E1.A. for: Toowoomba, who is BOW in England, in an interview stated that the Kanaka Act' was most distasteful to the people, and the indeceiit haste in which the matter was pushed through Parliament, was a public scandal. Miss Marion Disney in a letter to the Daily News describes some heart rending scenes in connection with Kanaka labor, and alleges they meet horrible treatment which is worse than American slavery. IiOKDON, August 17. Dalziel's newspaper published the interview with Mr. Groom, but Mr. Groom denies that - he gave the opinions alleged respecting kanakas, or said anything on the Queensland crisis. The article, he says, is a gross exaggeration, and he declined a formal interview. THE IMPRESSION ABEOAD. London, August 17. There is an impression abroad that Count Stambouloff visited* Stamboul to prepare the way for King Ferdi nand, who is anxious personally to solicit the Sultan to recognise bim.

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HOME RULE. LONDON, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

HOME RULE. LONDON, August 16. ] The Irish Societies have resolved if Home Rule is rejected, to use physical force to compel acceptance.

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THE AFGHAN AND PAMIR TROUBLES. LONDON, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

THE AFGHAN AND PAMIR TROUBLES. LONDON, August 16. J The Marquis of Lansdowne has in formed the Ameer of Afghanistan that it is necessary to receive Xiord Roberts befoie October, as he returns to Eng landin the spring, China is strongly protesting at St. Petersburg, against the occupation of the Pamirs as being a breach of the treaty of Livadia. The Daily News statesjthat nothing further will be heard of the projected Russian expedition to. the Pamirs under Lieutent Yanoff, if Mr - Glad stone gives proof of a generous policy towardsRussia,the first proof of which will ^be to permit Russia to occupy the head waters of the Oxus. : LONDON, August 17. Seven Afghana were killed at AJttasii in the dispute between the Russian andAfghah leaders; The Russians have arrived at Gond, be tween Shigiian and Roshan. It is re ported the Afghans have retired to Faizabad, and the Chinese to the Mutgab River. A vast quantity of warmaterial is being despatched from Sebastapool and Odessa to YouofJ, and ...

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INDUSTRIAL WARS. LONDON, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

INDUSTRIAL WARS. I London, August 16. Two hundred cars were destroyed Lehigh and Lake Erie. The police refused to act against the strikers at Lehigh, and the militia were sum moned. It is feared the pointsmen wiil join the strike. - : The Tracey miners have deported additional miners, despite the police. LONDON, August 17. Traffic is being resumed on the railway at Lehigh, under the protec tion of the troops: The attempt^ of the miners to re lease the convicts at Nashville were ddfcated, and many were wounded. The troops are hurrying to reinforce.

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WANTED, £1,000,000. LONDON, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

WANTED, £1,000,000. LONDON, August 16. At least £1,000,000 will be required to satisfy the debenture holders in Mariettas and Co.- before ordinary creditors can handle the assets.

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A NATIVE RAID. LONDON, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

A NATIVE RAID. ?LoifDOsr, August 16. 1 Natives have raided Kiiloa in East Africa, firing on the village and killing 20 people.

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CHOLERA. LONDON, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

CHOLERA. 1 LONDON, August 16. 1 . There is a visitation of cholera at HelBUigfors, the capital of Finland, and 300 deaths are reported.

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INJURY TO THE WARSPITE. LONDON, August 15 [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

INJURY TO THE WAR SPITB. London, August 15 The Warsprite has been seriously damaged, and has been ordered into dock. MR. MtTNRO. London, August 16. Mr Monro denies that the Real Estate Bank was insolvent when it acquired the Australian Property and Investment Territorial Bank. The depreciation of its asset* was simply due to the fall in values. He strongly opposed acquiring the Australian Property Investment Co., knowing it was a bad investment, bat the arbi trators over-ruled him. He wrote to Mr Shiels on July 21st, fully explain ing the La .Rose Estate transaction, and authorising bim -to use the letter as he judged best. He (Mr Munro) received a letter from Mrs. Woods, dated Melbourne, June 3rd, stating she had refused Godfrey's request to examine the papers, believing her husband would have so wished, and she asked hixne to advise her course of action; yet on July.8 her affidavit was published in Melbourne, ridiculing the idea that the late Mr Woods would confide in his second w...

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ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES FOE EJECTION. LONDON, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

ALTERNATIVE SCHEMES FOE EJECTION. LONDON, August 15. 1 i i i . I Jacobsons documents enow that Hitrovo, the Prussian Minister at' Bucharest, wrote to the Foreign Office | at St Petersburg, proposing to remove] King Ferdinand by means of a revo lutionary committee or by dynamite. Hence, the bombs which were dis covered at Rustchuk were the out? j come of this suggestion. The Fdreign Office previously informed BLitrovo that King Ferdinand was regarded jas | beyond the pale of all laws, find tbat they should seek fit tools to remove him. -~, A CAPSIZE. | LONDON, August 15. The barque Thracian, capsized near { the Isle of Man, andseventeen people were drowned. . I

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SIR HENRY NORMAL ON THE KANAKA QUESTION. LONDON, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

SIB HENRY NORMAL Otf THE KANAKA QUESTION. LOJSTDON, August 15. ] The Bine Book on the kanaka question contains a despatch from Sir Henry JTorman, dated May 23. fie says that he thinks the abuses would be very rare if a committee were elected. The opposition, he states, is mainly confined to the clergy and the trades unions, and employment in Queensland isfavored amongst the Islanders.'

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

I*aR>or Agitation. AT last;, after many months bidding foz the retirement that a prison grants, has Mr CHARLES FREDERICK BURLEIGH VOSPER attained that ultima thule of umbrageous seclusion that u only afforded by the institution prepared by a paternal Government for malefac tors and vagabonds. Mr VOSPER is typical of a class that has somewhat recently sprang into existence, useful they have no desire to be, fame they know they have no chance of arriving at, so they seem to be perfectly satis fied! with a state of infamous notoriety. Their special calling is to pose as the friend of the working man, though they themselveB toil not, neither do they anything to promote any form of industry, thrift they know nothing of of, for their living is only a hand to mouth one, got out of the toilers sometimes by cajolery, more often by threat. Their friendship to the work ing man is shown by the making of long speeches abusive of employers, and deifying the particular class of laborer they hap...

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

WIONEER FOUNDRY AND ENGINEERING ? W wouks, r W.HOBSON, gineer, Irosx IBkraoa SFomirtfWP, Orders receive QUESNfOH. Special Sopenriaio* THOMPSON & GREEK, NEAR MILLS* UNITED, - , Mining gneial MmksmitM 4k Wks&Mgbts, '^EGr to announce that they ltaye purchased Mr. JOHN OL1V MEt'S BIiACKSMITHING BUSINESS, and hope "by promptness and good workmanship to secure the favor of his late patrons and the public generally. THOMPSON & GREEN, WEAR W1T.T.M' USITGn. SPECIAL NOTICE. . CENTRAL COACH ft CARRIAGE FACTORY. BRENNAND & ANDREWS (LATE OF IVER PEDERSEN'S), WISH to inform their numerous Friends and the Public of Charters Towers that they have commenced business as Coach and Buggy Builders, General Blacksmiths, and Wheelwrights on their New Premises, opposite the Oourt House, and hope by strict attention to business and turning out First-Class Work to merit a fair share of public patronage. Coaches and Buggies of erery description made to order. Bepaws and Paintin...

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

The Constitution Bill. On the motion of Sir S W. Griffith the order of the day for the second reading of the Queensland Constitution Bill was discharged from the paper, and the bill was withdrawn. Sir S. W. Griffith in moving for leave to bring in a new bi 1, said the Government had accepted the resolution of the House, affirming the desirability of dividing the colony into two provinces, and lmd endeavoured to adapt the Bill previously brought forward. After referring at length to the difficulties the Government had experienced in dealing with the question, he said the Government bad been driven back to the position arrived at by the Sydney Convention, and that if they xeally meant to give autonomy it should be given completely. The changes in the new Bill compared with the former were that it was not proposed to have a Lieutenant Governor for the North, tut that the Gover nor should reside in both provinces, living a portion of the year in each capital, and being always in communi...

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The Tariff. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

The Tariff. (by TEIOEGRAPH.) Bbisbanb, Aueusfc 19. Last nifrht. the Colonial Treasurer moved, « There shall be raised, levied, collected, and paid in lieu of duties now levied upon the undermentioned goode, and by way of new duties ,the several duties following, tha* is to say, axle and lubricating grease 6s per cwt, acid sulphuric 5s per cwt, acid acetic con taining not more *than 33 per cent acidity, 3d per lb, for every extra 10 per cent or part thereof of acidity Id per lb; ale, beer, porter, cider and perry Is a gallon, ale, beer, porter, cider and perry, six reputed quarts Is 3d, twelve reputed pints Is 3d; boots and shoes, except indiarubber shoes (present English sizes to be standard), men's No 6 and up wards, 33s per doz pairs, ladies', youths'. Wo 6, 21s, boy's NOB 7 to 13,17s, women's No 3 and upwards, 19s fid. girls' Nos 11 to 2, 16s, girls' Nos 7 to 10, lis 6d; carriages, tip drays, dog-carts, gigs, Boston chaises, other two-wheeled vehicles on springs on thorough brace...

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

* OUR RECENT IMPROVEMENTS ENABLE US TO SHOW THSf 3RJST COMPLETE STOCK OF GENERAL DRAPERY AND CLOTHING IN NORTH QUEENSLAND to The > arkets of the World are continually being searched to provide Novelties for the CRIiEDflJMJI]? JI0ll|5K. We buy for Cash, and sell at the Lowest Margin of Profit. Letter Orders faithfully executed. Patterns and Prices sent fill OH AFFLIOATIQgl 1 g The Inland Parcels Post reduces the cost of transit to a low rate, therefore do your shopping by letter from \ T H E C ALE DON I A N H O US E. Tv :A WKJS*fe* V f .> /

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