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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
THE " Northern Mining Register."' TO-DAY, SAT1ROAY, JLlkE Otli. C O N T JE N T S Adtektisemexts ... 339,340,354, 359,33.5 Cuneot Jfotes ... 341 Local and General ... 347, 349, 350, 452 Cable Intelligence ... ... ... 342 THE LABOR DISPUTE 347 Articles ... ... ... ...348,349 j Inereaseof Grime in the South ern Colonies, Australasian De fences, Alteration of the Bail way lime-table ... ... ... 348 j Dangers of Hypnotism, Postal 1 Irregularities, British Sew j Guinea ... ... ... ... 349 j Sforthern Supreme Court ... ' ... 348 j Police Intelligence 351 j Wit and Humour ... ... ... 352 THE YOUNG FOLKS Queer Story, The Day Before Went to School ... ...352,353 Court ... ... ... 354 Odds and Ends ... ... ... 354 Shipping 354 THE STORYTELLER SWEET IS Revenge-Chapter XXI.-A Dangeraus Deed. CHAPTER XXIL-Murdered... 360,361 SCIENTIFIC Kotes On Some of the Chemical Properties of Gold ... ...* 361 J Latest Telegrams ... 315 IiEADEB- ; j Alderman Dunsford's Motion in the Municipal Council ... j KTN...
EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
EXPECTED ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports Gambier, to-day, Saturday June 6th, Arawafcta, Tuesday next, 9th June. Cintra, Saturday, 13th June Wodonga, Tuesday, 16th June. From Cairns, Geraldton, Mourilyan, Card well, and Dungeness Palmer, to-day, Saturday, 6th June, and thence weekly. From Port Douglas Cairns, Geraldton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dunge ness Burdekin. to-day, Saturday 6th June, and thence weekly. From Cooktown and intermediate porcP* Aramac, Sunday next, 7th June. Gambler, Wednesday next, 10th June. Ar&watta, Sunday, 14th June. Cintra, Wednesday, 17th June. Wodonga, Sunday, 21st June. From Normanton, Thursday Island, &c. Gambier, Wednesday next, 10th June. Cintra, Wednesday, 17th June. From London and intermediate ports* Merkara, Thursday, 18th June. Jumna, Thursday, 16th July. Jelunga, Thursday, 13th August. Dorunda, Thursday, 27th August. Taroba, Thursday, 10th September. From China, Straits Settlements, &e.- , Guthrie, S...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
BOXOTCL In older to avoid clashing with the O'Callaghan Opera Company to night the fight between Walsh and Foote lias been postponed by mutual arrangements until Tuesday night. Both men arc reported to be in capital nick, and are each confident of securing a win. (BY GAJBIIE.) London, May 30. Peter Jackson lias challenged Corbett to fight for 5000 dollars. If Corbett declines to accept the challenge, Jackson challenges the winner of the forthcoming fight between Slarm and Kilrain. IiOXTDOK, June 2. A scandal has arisen in San Francisco in consequence of a discovery that nearly all the officials connected with the recent fight between Jackson and Corbett were backing , Jackson at long odds. It is alleged that the fight was stopped simply to prevent Corbett from winning.
VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB. CAULFIELD CUP.—1½ Miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
VICTOBIA AMATEUH TUBF CLUB. CATJI.FIELD CUP.-H Miles. J£nu.e ¥iwg William Teksurn Forest King Havilali Kevton JolinS. Melfcenian Associate Steatfomore Buttons Lemtium ' Yengeaiu^" -, Anfcartic , jfcfo^narie &lt;, 4.ft Tj dements9 Tonic Zalinski * W batawai Burlesque Geld Reef Lord HopetowA Jew Boy . The Golden King Yarran Clonard Gnaroo Aecideut Marmot Steam Fast Silvester Whimbrel Bandit Freedom Mikado II W3d£ose Gresford "jDeejcsirood - jProh 3?odor .Stone Design Malrolio TeaEose Rudolph Don Giovan Anneeley IMUM Porteea Dondas (late Newton) Sinecure Wycombe Beverley Sultan Pygmalion Wandering Willie Corjtlxns Mirnie Harbor Light First Boolfca IKEOOK Glenboth Benzon Laverock Deceitful Loyalstone Bendigo Cooramin Sadila GRANITE PANE WINIFRED Stromboli Norbert E.K. Young Sardonyx Tradition Choice Ester Chintz Wilga Buroka Tolande Magnus King OLaf Bengal Merriwa The Tyler Ronald Master Walter Montrose Ascotvale Swing Union Flag Sternchaser Sandy Greaves Kingswood Albermarle Co...
SOUTHERN ENTRIES. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) MELBOURNE, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
SOUTHERN ENTRIES. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FKOM OTTB OWN CORRESPOVDEKT) MELBOURNE, June 2. The following entries were received yes terday for the Melbourne and Caulfield Caps: VICTORIAN RACING CLUB. THE Enue Steadfast Kocondra Yowi Annesley Myrtle Portsea ' Sinecure Lyndhurst The Rebel Stamboul Royal Mail Tantallon Marmot Whakawai Forest King Havilak Firelock John S. Dreadnought Redleaf The Admiral Accident Glen Era Hartington Adventuress Zalinski Wliimbrttl Bandit Antarctic MELBOURNE CUP.-2 Miks. .Artisan Sfcrathmore Wandering Willie Corinth Freedom Dundas (late Newton) Wildrose Calm Stone Design Greygown Tradition Benzon X.L.C.R, Rudolph Buttons Burlesque Xiinburn Chaldean Lord Kopetoun Litigant Richelieu The Spot Deceitful Glen Both Carbine Sultan The Golden King LeTiatban Vengeance Jew Boy Mikado II, late Mikado Gresf ord Penance Effie Gnaroo Yarran Pro!i Pudor Curiassier Knight of the Garter Malvolio Singapore Aster The Serf Ascot Yale Sadina Yarrana Chintz Sword Bearer Union ...
TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
TURF GOSSIP. (BY HERMIT.) WITH recent running to guide him, the TowiisvilLe liandicapper should certainly have steered clear of several rocks against which lie has hit in his estimate of the horses entered for the meeting of our neighbors, on Ju-e 18 and 19, and if such a total disre gard of recent form, was to be exhibited, where was the use of giving the handicapper the benefit of a guide, of which he appears to have bad no intention whatever of avail ing himself. If the Townsville handicaps had been published weeks ago, some of its errors would hardly have been warrauatble, but coming as they do now, they are alto gether past comprehension. As being more nearly assimilated with distances recently performed over, it is perhaps better to start with the Town Plate, and here we find Lurline at the top of the tree with 9st 101b. She is a good performer and has won a lot of races, but I tnink she is here overestimated, as «he has never shown a disposition to run a fast race with anythi...
Mr. Justice Cooper's Return. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
Mr* Justice C ooper's ISefiirii. Foe the first time since Ms return from tlie old country, His Honor, Mr. Justice Cooper, presided at the Supreme Court yesterday, and occasion was taken by the legal gentle men present to formally welcome His Honor, Tliere was a full attendance of barristers and solicitors, and several of His Honor's | persoral friends. , Immediately upon tlie opening of the Court Mr. A. W. Macnaughton rose and said, Before proceeding witli the business of the Court, as senior member of the local Bar, I beg to offer you hearty congratulations on behalf of the profession, on your return to work here after a period of well-earned rest, and we trust with renewed vigor. We especially desire to greet you as this is the first time your Honor has presided since the Act altering the constitution of the Northern Court came into force. When your Honor left early last year there had been no time for the provisions of this Act to get into working order, and since then there has ...
Racecourse Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
Improvements. The committee of the Towers .Jockey Club met on the 29th ultimo for the purpose of discussing1 the . advisableness of proceeding at once ?with the substantial improvements to the precincts of their race course, which, as we have previously stated, they had in contemplation, and though there seemed a disposition to have them carried out in accordance, or nearly so, with the plans submitted, it -was, and perhaps properly, left for a fuller meeting to pass their approval of them. But though the resolution ^passed was, that with the exception of the memb&rs carnage paddock, iihe plans be left in abeyance, we sincerely trust that this does not mean any lengthened period of shelving the matter, and that an early meeting of the committee will decide upon under taking the necessary improvements « in one act." We are now but little .more than, a month from our Annual Bennion, so that it is not to be expec ted that everything can be passed and completed by that time, and...
The Miners' Strike at Georgetown. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) GEORGETOWN, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
The Milters' Strike at Cteorgetown. (by ELECTRIC TKIEGEAPIR.) (FEOM: OPE OWN COEHESPONDEKT*) GHFCOBGETOVTN, JUNE 4 THE miners strike is being conducted in a quiet and orderly manner, the principal operations being a picket patrol watch on the Herberfcon, Charters Towers and Croydon roads. Attempts have been made by the miners to jump claims, but so far they have failed. An application was made on behalf of the Workers' Association for the Durham mine, but refused at the last Warden's Court without entering into evidence. The Warden refused to entertain fcha application, as this mine is under one month's total exemption. The other principal mines are manned sufficiently to prevent forfeiture, mostly by contractors. Great efforts are being made to get the contractors to come out at any loss, so as to get the mines for feited. There seems little chance of th© strikers obtaining their demands. Meetings are held nightly, and are pretty unanimous. Most of the miners admit that the reefs a...
SPORTING NEWS. THE TURF. RACING FIXIUR[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
SPORTING NEWS. THE TUB-P. RACING FIXIUR^S. June 18, 191-Townsvilie Annual. Ac ceptances and general eotriesJune 10. June 17,18:-Iformanton Annual. Jnne 25, 26:-Maryborough Annual. July 2, 3:-Towers Annual. Nominations for "handicaps June 9; weights June 20; : acceptances and general entries June 25. July 9, 10:-Ravenswood Annual. July 2,3: - Croydon Annual. July 8, 9 ::-Rockliampfcon Annual. July 22, 23 :-Mackay Annual. Entries for Handicaps, June 24; weiglits, July 8 acceptance, July 16.
Supreme Court. TOWNSVILLE, JUNE 3. THE LAMMERMOOR, ARSON CASE. (Abridged from the Bulletin.) (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Cooper.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
Supreme Court. TOWKSYUXE, JUKE 3. THIS LAMSIERMOOK, ABSOK CASE. (Abridged from tlie Bulletin.) (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Cooper.) Andrew Ieytjte and John Jeffreys, other wise called John Johnson, were arraigned that on the 26th of May at I ammermoor station they did feloniously, unlawfully and maliciously set fire to a certain, cliattel, a crop of grass, of the goods and cliattcls of Robert Christison, then standing and growing. The Acting Crown Prosecutor set forth the case for the Crown, and called Charles Craig, who deposed that he was manager of Lammermoor Station, 50 miles from Hughenden, on Tower Hill Creek, the property of Robert Christison, now in Eng land. Remembered the 25th of May last, when 40 or 50 men on horse back came to the stockyard. He believed them to be unionists, or shearers on strike. They arrived about noon, and after staying 10 or 15 minutes, they went on towards Hughenden. That evening about nine o'clock witness, in company with Senior-Sergeant Breene, ...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
PROJECTED DEPABTtTBES. for Sydney, Brisbane end intermediate ports Aram&c, Monday next, 8th June. Gambler, Thursday nest, lltli June. Arawatfca, Monday, 15th June. Cinfcra, Thursday, 18th June. Wodonga, Monday, 22nd June. For Cooktown and intermediate ports Gambicr, to-day, Saturday, Jun« 6th. Arawatta, Wednesday next, 10th June, i Cintra, Saturday, 13th J une IWodonga, Wednesday, 17th June. For Cairns, Greraldton, Mouriljan, Cardwell, and Dungeness Palmer, Tuesday next, June 9th, and. thence weekly.
THE NORTHERN Mining Register, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1891. Alderman Dunsford and the Chinese. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 6 June 1891
THE NORTHERN Iptmtg |kpter, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1891. Alderman Dimsford and the Cliiwese. IF ALDERMAN JOHN DCKSFOSD suc ceeded in anything at the meeting of the Municipal Council on Tuesday last it was in making himself su premely ridiculous when he moved the resolution that he had given notice of, that the Government be requested, if possible, to pass a measure by which the Chinese residents in Charters Towers should be compelled to remove to some spot not lees than SL mile from the Post Office. It ap parently did not stoke the sapient Alderman that such removal would entail the planting of a Celestial colony within the area of Number I sab-division of the Dalrymple Divis ional Board, and that that body would naturally object to have such a nuisance as would be caused by the existance of a Chinese camp in their midst. Mr. DUXSFOSD qnofced the Southern Colonies as affording in stancg£^a$he isolation of Chinese in the laj^e towns, but he was quite wrong m his premises...