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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
&lt;rrff~ '. ;.' ?.' ; sp nil-' 4-.' ,«..!.>; iv .-. ? ?. > v> T A NT!!! -TO ALL IP YOU SUFFER FROM Depression of Spirits, Pains in the Back, l&egular Action of the Heart, Spots before the Eyes, Awkwardness in company, no interest in daily occupation, OR FROM ferrous Debility, Tired Feeling in the morning even after several hours* sleep, Involuntary Blushing, Loss of Memory, Dimness of Vision, Indigestion, OR ' - - FROM Eruptions on the Face. Meek, or Shoulders, Loss of Energy, Loss of Power, any form of Skin or * Blood Disease, Kidney or Liver Diseases, in short FROM Any form of Nervous, Chronic, or Special Disease, do not lose any time, but at once write to MOORE AND HOGG THE EMINENT NORTH QUAY, BRISBANE. A D V I C E F RE E . OUR ELECTRIC BELT, price 12s. &lt;fcL, seat (post free) to any address. * N i"%* it. ii 1 ? Wt* ! Sm ?f- ^ f i *; i: ?i 4 &lt; ! / &lt; i o ^ > . ./.. U' . 11::-,I. i ' i I.' '"i i-," : -£ v i .. ?_ ... . -i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
- F^HlONABLt: DRESSMAKER, '1, ."i ' V I " '.I Jj&te of Dublin, - MANTLE AND HABIT MAKER,-* $|?n! $tjHUI $£»& NEAR THE' SCHOOL OF ARTS. Soliciting your Patronage. MELBOURNE HOUSE, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. Dress, Mantle, and Habit Making Establishment. Having received a choice assortment of Wintsr Goods, Wedding and Mourning Costumes made up on the /Shortest Notice. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UDERCLOTHING ; : a in Stock, Hod gki n BOH-btreet, Charters Towers. MRS. W. JACKSON, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER, 9ms, Kaatk, aad HaMt-laMag IsUbMaeat, GILL STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. A COOICB ASBO&TMfiNT OP Cashmere, Veilings, Serges, Silks -Liberty and Pongee-, and other Fashionable Dress Materials. WEDDING and MOURNING COSTUMES made up on the Shortest Notice, -Bolicitiixg Yoiar Miss. M, PANTON, COURT DEBSS AKEE - (IiATB OF IiOlfiOX AND XELBOBIN) awl fpautte patting *? Upper Mosmaa Street, NEARLY OPPOSITE SCHOOL or ARTS. ? CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF C*rd«lettes, Babztldered CklflMa, Gllaa...
PARLIAMENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
PARLIAMENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SBISBAHB, August 16. In &lt;iie Legislative Council to-day the Mining Companies' Act Amendment Bill was read the thira time -ind passed. The Electoral 1 K.-fcricts Bill passed through Committee, and the liand Grant Bailways Mwas further con lder^d in committee. A lobg discussion ensued on clause 18, pro Tiding that blocks of land shall be selected alternately along the line of railway, which was eventually passed, and the House ad journed. Tn the Assembly, Sir Samuel Griffith, in reply to Mr Barlow, stated that he had not arrived at any decision under the present circumstances to deal with the question of the Civil Service superannuation fond. Mr Hodgkinson, in reply to Mr Barlow, stated that there were nine provisional teachers and 22 State school teachers aged 55 years and upwards. Mr Dozer, in reply to Mir McFarlane, stated that according to the Heading of clause 124, his department issued special permits for the sale of liquor on race-courses ...
The Budget Speech. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
The Budget Speech. The Treasurer then delivered his Budget; Speech, and said the financial results of the past year had been most unpleasant for all Australian Treasurers. The effect of the j excessive borrowing had been not simply to saddle the Government with heavy liabilities for principal and interest of loans, but at the same time to divert a large portion of the best labor of the colony from useful and reproductive cban- i nels into others. Labor troubles had added greatly to the difficulties of the situation, directly by adding very considerably to the expenditure of the Government, and in* directly by diminished production reacting unfavorably on the revenue. He then pro ceeded to go into details of the Treasury accounts, and stated with reference to the j dividend tax. that whilst it had been collected | without difficulty from Queensland com panies, the Government met nothing but: difficulties at the hands of foreign companies i trading in Queensland, most of which decline...
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
WIT AND HUMOR. A correspondent wants to know ' How 1 long girl? should be courted ?* On . stilts, of' coarse; short ones on chairs. ( What sort ofa dram is that which is best when it cannot be beaten? Why a conun drum,of course. - ? A young man living in Wa'es is humility personified. The other day he asked a young l£dy if*he might be allowed the privilege of going home with her, and Was indignantly re fused, whereupon he enquired very humbly if hexmght be allowed to sit on t'/e fence and see her go by A mail who claimed to know most of the little catches which the cleverest are caught napping at, was asked by a young lady which two out of a row of pines were the 'farthest apart. The man instantly replied : The two middle ones.' The young lady said: ' Wrong; the two end oneB are1 the farthest apart* ' ' An old skinflint was looking for furnished zsoomB k few weeks ago. * What will you charge me for these for a week ?' he asked, ^hillings.' ' Til give you seven-and sixwence,' 'No, si...
THAT TERRIBLE SCOURGE. LONDON, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
THAT TERRIBLE SCOURGE, j .LONDON, August 15. I Three thousand are dead from cholera at Fabreez in Persia, and the town is deserted ; 5000 died of cholera. In Russia on tlie 11th instant. FRONTIER TROUBLES LOUDON, August 15. : The Ameer Addurrhaoi ann's answer is considered as satisfying-, and he is now awafe of the Russian tactics at Pamir and else whereon the Afghan frontier. The situation is causing a fojU in Goyernment securities at Cal cutta, itiopgh the fears of a positive rupture wlth the Ameer have sub sid«L It is reported thie villages in against the Ameer, and that the dis ian --.v-V
AN INTERCHANGE OF SECRETS. LONDON, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
AN INTERCHANGE OF SECRETS. LONDON, August 15. ] Count Stambouloff visited Con stantinople at the request of the Sultan, who treated him in a princely style, and declared that he would, recogniw King Ferdinand as ruler of B,&lt;;&lt;rari-a. at the proper -moment. Count Stambonloff showed the Sultan Jacobson's documents, which stated that BQSGIB, through the medium of the French Ambassador, requested the Sultan to absfe iu from an interview with Sfambouioff.
Wit and Humor. An Encampment Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
A n .ICiicaiiipm^iaf In '. id rn t. Major ,, Rollimjstone. 'str rnly.) - How. dare.. you'.eome: o i^ .|iap«de,. with,.yourI faci* striped like.^ Zebra's body. . ..i . ? T*rivate W;!ckuezo-Please -ir, Tj^leyfc.under a government blanket and "had to keep "my head cover.d to dodge Jfc fe Burdekiti mos quitoes. When it rained jthe dye in the.. stripes came thr-nigh and. .wish emotion) as jou see i am disfigured for life. "" ' 'r^- ' - Major Kollingstone P orfellow, bear up adjourn to the- canteen and see f whiskey externally and internally taken will give r lief. ., :
The Best End of a Joke/ [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
The ISesfl End Joke.' £©:i.e years ago there were a number of Armj officers slopping at a hotelin London. Among them were a Captain % xiiers 'n .-md a Captain Jon**6. + i J&lt;merson :>nd Jone - used to -have a good deal of fun together a#the table and elsewhere. One day at the jdinner-tabi-. when the dining hall was welll filled C'aptfiin Jones finishe.l his dinner first, got up and walked almo:&lt;t to the dicing h$ti door, when r merson called 10 him in u loud voice : 'Hallo, captain! See, her^; I want -to. speak to you a minule ' \ l* The captain turned and walked back to the table and bent oyer hini,jsrheu ^ Kuier^ n whispered: J ? ?? ' I wanted to ask you how .far you would have gone if I had not spoken :!0 * ou,g' Thec'ptain never changeda muscle. T>ut straightened up and put his fiupers into his rest pocket and said: 'Captain K merson, I don't biow a man in the world t.» whom 1 would rathfr leud fi*e pounds tun to y nu: bu| thefactis L aren't a cent wit...
Much Too Quick. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892
, While school .one muddy 4^y? Tommy fell mro tke eutjter, «rith the ipe,-, Hiifc.tMtit was rather difficult to decide-; wliich">»ag Ynutl, 4ud which was Tommy. When lie urffaed honiil tlie foll wing ditddguc ,|pii|il&lt;iicertv . *" .'.-*: rr" .« ?' .' r B-o-o-o-o, I've fal'en -d 3"? » T: "% ? ' i.~ Zf-'- «?» ' '**?! . ' Yon nao§e )k ni':k|rbQcfe 3175 ^ ** * ? * * ~ ^ 'Tommy ?k ibs^ for a ? ^xCuke):: ''B-OiO-o, X' haJn'^tifiie to tstkfetlieiiKilffiialten I f"% myself , T>3 .&lt;.