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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
n KLUGE Bros,, SADDLERS KSD HARNESS MAKERS. , Three Highest A wands 1887. Six Highest Awards 1889. -o- ? OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, Charters Towers. WY ATT & g~A ATJES, YATT & A T E S, TIMBER MERCHANTS, CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS & IRONMONGERS, CHABTEBS Towsss. A Large Stock of All Kinds of Timber and Iron always on hand. DOORS, SASHES, FRENCH LIGHTS, &c.s LOCKS, BOLTS, HINGES, AND BUILDING MATERIALS Of Every Description, and at REASONABLE PRICES. Estimates given of Even- Description of work. OiDEBTAfiilRS. Their New HEARSE has been lately supplied with Handsome Black and White Plumes at great expense. FUNERALS Will be supplied in any style at the Shortest Notice, and the Most Moderate Charges. MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES Supplied and Erected. ADDRESS NEXT TO THE CALEDONIAN HOUSE, Gut STREET. N.B.-Funeral Orders, when the Shop is closed, to be left at Mr. T. WTATX'S Private Residence, opposite the School of Arts. Cool, Beautifully Situated, And Comman...
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
?Jrfe anlr Hie authorities at Munich liftfe forbidd-n fch6 chemists from eel ling Br. Koch's tuber enline, In Chili fifteen different Cabin ts were fanned in tbe thirty months prerious to Feb- | rnary. I be Chinese have no stra'ght stareefcs or 'walla, because they believe the devil trarela in a straight l ne. Under a late law made in Egypt, the man wh ) marries may take tbe name of the woman if he so drsires Th» highest inhabited spot on the' earth i» Galera, a Pe-uviaa Tillage, 15,535ft. above the level of the ee«. During the carnival at Odessa t urteen perso a were poisoned through eating pan cakes containing arsenic. The total number of American citiaensarail able for military duty in case of invasion ii I returned at 7,695,242. ?^Intelligeece from Otutemala states that bandits are infesting the borders o* Sa'vador, carrying off stock and robbing travellers. Dr. Harper, on 3 of the old^R" Presbyterian missionaries in China, places ti e total nam- i ber of Buddhists in the world ...
Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK ? ????. EXCHANGE. :: WENDTa CALL. Quotations for June 3rd, 1891:- " Band oE Hope, b 9s 9d, s 10s9d :! Brilliant and fit^eorge United, b lie 6i, BlIe SdjealeB 50at lie 6d Brilliant Block p.u., b 23s 6d Brilliant B1oek, con., b 17s, 6 17s 6d^ sales 88atl6sl0d Brilliant and Worcester and Victory, b 10s 610a 6d - CharfcersTowers Gas, b 8s 9d - Day Dawn No. 3 W, b Is Id, s Is 5d Dav Dawn No. 4a W.b 3s, s3s3d Golden Gate, b lis lid, s 12s 6d, sales 300 at 12s Midden Treasure, b 3s 2d, s 3s 6d fiome fiule,!) 7d Kelly's Queen Block, b 5s 8d Lady Maria, b 2s Gd, s 2s 9d MiUican's Caledonia, b 6|d, s Is, sales 1000 at 7d Mills United, s 10s 6d Muldiva, cout., b 4s lid, s-Ss 6d New Grace Darling, b Is lOJd, s Is lid, sales 400 at Is lid No 6 Qneen, b Is 7§d, s is lOd No. 7 STJES. Queen, b 8s 7dL sales 100 at 8s7d . * * ' No. S S E. Day J)a|ra, b Is 4d, s Is lOd Queen CrossBeef,b 10s, s 10s 6d Qaeen Consolidated, b 3s 4d, s 3s 5d, sales 200 at 3s 5d ...
"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
P$SfcE'' NORTHERN MIMING REGISTER'* SttAEl LIST. Name of Compaaiy Bafid of Hope : Brilliant^*. M-®0-- ... v* BriHiantBlockp.il. ... ... Ditto contributing Bonnie Dundee J. ... . Brilliant and Worcester and Victory Caledonia P. C. p. u. y x: Ditto - contributing * ^C&arfcers Totnere Pyrites ... .V. jjjf^Ditto - ditto p. o, to 5/ .^Starters Towers Gas - Han G'Connell ... ... ... Day Dawn So. 3 West ... ... ... Ditto ditto p. tL to 10/ Day Dawn So. 4A West (issued p. n. to 10/- ... ... ? .>. Bay Dawnl^o. 4B Wesfc^i Day Dawn So. 5 West ... Daf Dawn So. 6 West .. Day Dawn Sclioo Reserve p. u. ... Ditto ditto ©ontributing... Day Dawn P. C .Oolden Crate ... Hidden Treasure and Mount Lady Maria Home Kule p. u. to 10/ EelLy5 Caledonia ... belly's Queen Block Xady Maria... Bfofewiftn ... ... ..I ... ... ^Mills Day Dawn United ... Millican Caledonia... Uew lion Duke Sew Imperial ... North Queensland Pyrites contributing... Ditto ditto p. n Sew Oraee Darling So. 7 Sorth East Q.ueen S...
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
LONDON STOCK! EXCHANGE. (fhom ope OWN COBEESPOKBENTS.3 liONDON, April 24. The following are the latest quotations for shares In Anglo-Australasian Mining Com panies: Australian Consols, b 2|t e 2f Bonnie Dundee, b 5B, 6 5s 6d British Broken Hill, b 2§, s 2| Coromandel, b fid, s Is Cumberland Ghold, b Is, s Is fid DayDawn Block, b 9s 6d, e 10s Day Dawn P.C. b 8s 3d, s 8s 9d Baglehawk, b 2s, s3s U^ed, 1> le, e Is fid Gympie fin. Ctaown, b 2s, s 3b Gympie fit. Eastern, b 7s, s 7s fid Ironclad (fy. pd.) b Is 3d, s le 9d Kaboonf^ (9spd) b 3d, s fid Rangarilla, b 15-lfithB, s 1 l-16fch Kapanga, b 2s, s 2s fid Midas, b 3s ,b 4s Moeman, b 2s fid, s 3s Ifonnt Leyshon, b 5s fid, B 6s fid - Mount Morgan Extended, b Is 3d, s is 9i M& Shamrock, b fid, s is Hew Q.aeen, (19s fid pd.) b fis9d, e 7e 3d Boxt Philip (4B pd.),b 4|d, e 7|d Queensland Smdting, b i, e § Scottish Australian, b l|,e 2| WWntworth Propiy. (Lp) b 2 9-10ths, s 15-lfifchs
BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (JBY ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH.} jjFB/OM OUE OWN COSRESPQNDEKT/l BbisbakEJ June 3. Hie following are the Latest sales : Brilliant end St. Greorge United at 10s 5d, 10B lid The following are the latest quota&o&s: Golden Gate, b 10s lOd, e lis lid Queen Cross Beef, b 10s, b 10S 9d Qoeen Consolidated, b 3a 4|d, s 3s 7d Sunburst, fi 30s, s 31s 9d Victoiy, b-4£s 63, 8 62s Hew Chnee Darling, to Is 9d, e 1b LLd Brilliant and St Greoi^ge United, b lie |d, e Us l|d Brilliant Block, con., b 16s, s 20s Brilliant, and Worcester and Victory United, b 9s 9d, e 10s 3d No 1 East Sunborefc, b Is IGd, e 2s
General Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
General Mining: IVews. ? Mills' United mines cleaned up acrusliiiig of 1040 tons for a yield of 1149oz 9dwt gold. The Great Britain and Shamrock Block I have rnatlfi a start with. 24,000 contributing shareholders. The promoters are sanguine of liaving a good thing on. THE christening of the new machinery of Hhf. Victoria GLM. Co. (no liabilities) took place on Thursday afternoon, and was success fully carried out in tlie presence of a large as semblage of gentlemen connected with mining. The Band of Hope Gr.M. Co had a partial cleaning up on Saturday from a crushing of 306 tons, the result being 777OZB 12dwts 12grs of smelted gold. They are still crushing. At the half yearly meeting of the share holders of the Q.ueen Cross Gr.M. Co., held at the offices of the secretary on Wednesday night, when 14,629 shares were represented in person, and by proxy, the following directors were elected for the ensuing half year, viz.,-Messrs T' Raines, W. H. Duman, F. Finch, K. Gross and E. Swords. ...
Sales on Local 'Change. FRIDAY, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
Sales on Local 'Orange. I' - Eribat, May 29. XEB following sates were reported on 'Change last nightBrilliant Block (con.), lOOat 15s Gd; Charters Towers Pyrites, 109 at4s 2d; Day Dawn Mo. 4b West En-" tended, 100 at 8s M; No. 6 Queen, 200 at 1b 5d; Consolidated, 200 at -4b 9d, Saturday, SEaj 30. The following sales were imported pa "Change on Satunlayni|^t:-Brilliant and St. George United, 50 at 10s; Brilliant and Worcester and Victory, 200 at 10s; Grolden Gate, 300 at IGs; New Grace Darling, 100 at le lid, 200 at Is 10d; New Towers Extended, 100*at 9d, 300 at 9d; No. 6 Queen, TOO at Is 6d, 200«t.ls 5|djQueen Consolidated. 100at 3s lid, 300 atSelfld; Scandinavian P.O., 200 at 5|d, .* ? Monday, Jane 1.. ? [M The following sales were reported on changelafitni^bt:-Brilliant and St. &lt;3«orge United, 100 at 9s 6d; 200 kt 9s 7d5 Day Dawn 4b West, ICO at 3|d; No. 7 N.E. fywrn* 1000 at & 6d, 100 at 8s ftL TUESDAY, June 2. The following sales were reported on ; 'Change ; l...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. . Adeiaide, May 29. j The Marine Board of Ifoqairy «m Hie t&nndingof the Giamis at Kingston, on . Jl^yXSth, liave decided that it was due to negli gence on tiie paitof tbe «faief officer in not fixing on or recording fclie position of the vessel when finally anchoring. The Board ' was also of opinion that the master was blameable for having an inexperience steamer apprentice on watch all night. It was stated there was no light in the binnacle. As no damage was sustained no further action will be taken. The result of the ballot taken at the Port Augusta branch of the A.S.U., on the ques tion of members staying at home until en gaged through a union officer, is regarded as satisfactory, there bein? fully 96 per cent in favor of the union. The agents anticipate that the sheep owners will have some diffi culty in getting shearers, in. consequence of the unsettled state of shearing matters. Three hundred and fifty cattle have been successfully inoceulated against...
The Charters Towers District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
Xlie Charters Towers District Hospital. THE usual monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held on Thursday at the secretary's (Mr. E. D. Miles) office. There were present Mess's T. Buckland (President) in the chair, J. Bison, J. Henderson, £. Shaw, W. H. Phillipson, H. Davis, D. Ken nedy, C. Armstrong. B. Kirkbride, J. McLaren, F. Pfeiffer, M. Quinh. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Amongst the inward correspondence were several letters enclosing donations which will be acknowledged in due course. From Dr. D. G-rahame Browne, staling tliat as he intended leaving Charters Towers early in July he took the present opportunity of bidding the Committer farewell. For the past three years, in connection with Dr. Paoli, he had. acted as consulting Medical officers to the C.T.D. Hospital, and had watched with pleasure the numerous improvements made in that institution under the able direction of the Resident Medical Officer, so that it was with regret he looked ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 31. . j There lias been no change in the political situation since last Friday, and speculation is rife as to the course to be adopted by the Government. Some* people are inclined to believe that the Government will resign, and that his Excellency be recommeii Jed to send for the leader o£ the Opposition, when others are of opinion that the House will be dis solved. Sir Henry Parkes returns from Cooma fa»-morr«w afternoon, and a Cabinet meeting -mil be held immediately afterwards to decide upon what sourse of aetion the (xovernment will prosecute. Sydney, Jane 1. The revenue for the month of May shows an increase of £69,285 over the receipts of the corresponding month of last year. The increase to date is therefore £371,304, made up principally from the following sources: Customs, £83,869; excise, £125,510; land, £34,168; Railways, £242,055; postage, £26,844. Against these increases are various decreases under heavy miscellaneous receipts, and the item i...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
VICTORIA. Melbourne, June 3. 1 A deputation from the late labor con ference, waited on Mr. Munro, tlie Premier, to-day, to protest against the propose exten sion of tiie franchise to female ratepayers as being anti-democratic, and likely to lead to plural voting, Mr Munro said there was too much to be done next session to allow any hope that the female suffrage ques tion could be dealt with. The Governments of New Zealand and Tasmania have agreed to co-operate with Victoria in endeavoring to have the route to be taken by vessels forming the Australian auxiliary squadron changed. Hie Admiralty have arranged that the vessels shall rendezvous at Batavia, and proceed to Sydney via Thursday Island. The southern colonies desire that the vessels shall meet at Albany, and proceed via Adelaide, Mel bourne, Hobarfc, and ISiew Zealand ports before going to Sydney. The judgment of the Court of Marine inquiry in the ease of the loss of the ship Joseph S. Bcammel was delivered to-day. The Court f...
THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
THE RIFLE. Only 40 members of tlie Rifle dub put in : an appearance at the Bange fop tlie usual; weekly practice on Saturday last. The ranges sliot at were the 200, 500 and ?00 &lt; yards. The weather was anything but &lt; favorable for good shooting, a drizzling rain or heavy mist having fallen during the whole I time tlie shooting was going on, thus malrmg i it very awkward for the shootists, the " bull's eye "being liardly discernible (at the long range) at times. However, one. of our cracks (W- Biclmrds) did some good shooting for the day, having made.a total of 94 at the three ranges, which were .compiled as fol lows :-At the 200 yards 32, at the 300 yards 33, and at the 600 yards 29. West Saturday tiie competition for the rifle presented by Mr. Allen, together with, a few other prizes, will take place, on the range, when a good muster and some good shooting ib anticipated, should the weather prove favor able for the contests. The scoring for the day: TO&...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
ED H. A YTO K, 1 Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesnvaiu . STOCK, STATION, and Cteueral Commission Agenf, it GILL-Sr., CHARTERS TOWERS. All kinds of Auction Sales undertaken, and Account Sales promptly rendered. Agent for Liou Fire Insurance Co. Atlas Fire Insurance ?o^ Samuel Purchase, Somerset Nur sery, Parramatta. D R. E M A If U E L, SURGEON DENTIST, TWENTY-SIX YEARS' EXPERIENCE, ARCADE, MOSMAN w. a. smith'aT1 ARCHITECT. J. N. PARKES. Sharcbpoker, FLINDERS STREET, TOWNSVELLE T. B E A E U P, ShareRtroker & mining Agent, CHARTERS TOWERS. Cttg Ucntal Institute. (ESTABLISHED 1885.} Mr. J. WILKIXSOX, C.O.S., Eng., SURGICAL DENTIST, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, Gill Street. CHARTERS TOWERS. - TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. MR. WILKINSON can be Consulted Daily. Complete Sets of Teeth, OH Gold supplied from £15 15s.; on Vulcanite from £8 8s. Teeth filled with. Gold Amal gam and Cement Stoppings. Teeth Carefully Extracted for 9/6. N.B.-Regulation of Cliildreu's Teeth a Speciality. PLEASE...