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A Good Dodge. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

' 3 ' A" iwbOH A member "of accompany of plavers was to have . a^erieUt night, ar d (fie |aeetion "Web bow to gefc-ja good':*uttxence Accordingly goiye days brfore-ihe; memorable evening, (hgre appeared this advertisement in aU the papersv A-gentll^-ii," who has a ward possessing a diSpoeablfe property'of fia ,009, desires to ffnd a_ y « u|i« uian mhowould b WD te e thelitiisband of the young lady.' 'the vosseesioo of pro perty is no object. Apply to ' tj Hundreds < t letters came in* reply to" ths adrieilif«tfSt, to all of whonlllftriK reply was eent:~"J J ,d ."<.-' ' ' I he most important "point is, ? f "cotirse, that you «h£.uld jkpow each oth«rr. My niece and ? a-re g<»ing to the theatre tbie evpmpgi and" you can just drop in upon ue ro.box No 1. .. ;i ." " Offonw the theatre was crsrWtfietir" "

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

MERCHANTS, CARRIERS & ? .'W. m *&% m A z < O xn m h k& m e> o o z < OS S3 rA ' Hold liarge Stocks of Wanes, Spirits, Beers, un& General Merchandise. , Have Shipments constantly arriving of all lines of Colonial Produce Indent In all descriptions : Advance against all Colonial Produce. Ores^ &c" for realization inthe Colonies, London, Germany or 1 Agents in every Town of Importance in Australia & in Principal European & American Cities. London Fot^^i^ngAgenis-~G. V^; WHEATLI5Y& Co., Globe Express ; SUTTOK & Co., Golden L&bb, EC. American Forwarding Agents--R. F. DOW i&'IN G & Co., 20, Exchange PIace, Nfew York. & M m %> St AGENTS IN TOWNSVIL.LE FOR German A^tralian Steamship Co. Lion Fire Insurance Co, Capital £825,000. Atlas Fire Insurance Cop capital ^1,200,000^ Imperial Fire Insurance Co, capital £2s00tf,O00, I 'Qaeenslac.4 fc> melting Company Ltd!...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Zelma, Vine, Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

The Hopper at tli e 2 elm si. -'Flie Zeinia^ inc. Iflackay. .This -week"- we give three views vf one of the tno.-t promising mines opened up in North Queensland during -th trlast twelve/month®, that" of the Zehna "«'orapany at Mackay. BepoVts 'as to the Gra~s Tree gold field have Appeared m-theMackay. p<pers, and it w&s fuBV described in the- North Queensland ?Minings Animal by the M aekay'co r responden t 'Of 'tfiafc Journal andrthe North .Queensland .Jfoegtetrr. .At that time- we had great hopes of -the Eelma, because; no ouefiad ever or "written it was 5 better than Mo-.nt Mor gan.'' it was certainly referred to as " the Mae kay ? M ount Morgan,'' but this risky nomencla ture docsf not carry the curse-with it that, .'better-than Mount Morgan" does, ihe latter sentence is indelibly associated withT.ir anganbas, and Last Calls, and is only employed by men who if they had their deserts. would have beenr ssnt to a place safer-'and '? better thvn 'the bastille." And...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic Intelligence. (BY TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). COOKTOWN, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

TfiiegrapHie intelligence. : J± (BriELBGBiPIL) (XBOH ODB COBJftKSPONDKNT). * OOKTOWN, August 17. Six pearling cutters passed port going South tiiis morning, and a dozen others are ex pected to 68 to-day. <ll are bound for the new pearling grounde he'twjggp here and Idle Bioomfield -''The prospects of. pearl flaking here are very bright. COOKTOWN, August 19. The increased duties &*% causing intense d ^BiNsftct on and wide-spread indignati in, . aud will greatly fur the/the^eparation :»u?e. CooEXbwv, A uguet 2m. The bazaar in aid of the C »nvent «Schoo; openB to-night, and continues fchr ugh next week. G-EOBGBTO*TH, August 17. Mr Poss Robinson left Georgetown to-day for Herberton. It is repotted he has a favorable opinion of tv e Cumberland P.C., mine. The Rev P. Aston, I.O.G. <*. Grand Lo Ige Lecturer, paid a short visit and preached on Sunday last. He delivered a lecture on " The Modern Crusade" last night, but the attendance was vmall. A few people sig...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Joint London Office. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

4 Joint London Office. FOB some time past a proposal to open a join* transfer office in London has been before the shareholders in the various Charters Towers mining companies, bat, so fir, the scheme has not met with much favor. Nearly every investor in agreed that the establishment of such an office in London wonld facilitate dealing in shares-and improve prices, bat then the directors in nearly every company are waiting to see others try the ex periment and bear the cost. What is everybody's business then is nobody's business, and steadily the share market, deprived of the solid support accorded it by English ca dtal, becomes weaker. A few days ago we published the views of a leading London broker on the matter as given to his agents here, and his arguments in favor of the opening of a joint transfer office are endorsed by the London agents of every pro ««iaent broker on Charters Towerw, and by private people, who, when sen liiu; shares along for tra isfer, complain b fcterly of ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN EXPEDITION ABANDONED. LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

AN EXPEDITION ABANDONED. LONDON, August 18. 1 Gray's proposed Antarctic expedi tion has been abandoned.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOCK OF AN EARTHQUAKE LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

SHOCK OF AN" EARTHQUAKE LONDON, August 18. j Shocks of an earthquake were felt early to-day 111 South Wales, Corn wall, Devon, Worcestershire, and Gloucestershire. Crockery was broken and furniture shifted, and many people were frightened out of rheir beds. The earthquake was also felt at Dublin. INDUSTRIAL WAT?. LONDON, August 18. More troops have been sent to Buffalo. The patrols cover an »reaof 25 miles, and the local militia at Hew York are ordered to be in readiness. Martial law has been proclaimed at Buffalo,#nd the Governor of Tennessee has called out 13,000 troops. Six thou sand miners at Court Creek drove the troops back six miles, capturing a number of hostages. Five thousand militia are picketed along the. lines, with instructions to shoot any mail found tampering with the rails. The strikers threaten to blow up the bridges with dynamite. In connection with the strike against the employment of prisoners in Tennessee, the military fixed twice upon the rioters, killing 18. ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRONTIER TROUBLE. LONDON, Augst 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

FRONTIER TROUBLE. LONDON, Augost 18. At the Ameer'8 suggestion the Eng lish officers and regiment, with two guns will proceed to Knram Valley to pcotfefct the native raiders.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETIRING AT IAST. LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

RETIRING AT IAST. LONDON, August 17. i Mr Munro has at last made up bis, mind and sails in the Vicfcoria for Australia on 16th September. Sir Andrew Clarke will take over the Agent-Generalship. , THE VENEZUELA REBELLION. | LONDON, August 18. Five States in Venezeula have sec i ceded, and formed an independent league. K WISE DECISION. LONDON, August 17. ! The mine owners of Tennessee have decided in future not to employ con victs in the mines. COUNT STAMBOULOFF'S SUCCESS. London, August 18. The Russians are chagrined at the success of Count Sfcamboaloff in his interview with the Sultan at Con stantinople. A FATAL FIRE. London, August 18. A fire occurred in the model lodg ing house at Tredgar. Eleven people were cinerated and several others seriously injured.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INDUSTRIAL WARS. LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

INDUSTRIAL WABS. LONDON, August 17. The switchmen, on the New York Central Railway hare struck, which with theliehigh Valley strikers, ties up an enormous traffic. The miners at Nashville made a second attack, and after desperate fight ing were defeated; .12 were killed, and 20 wounded. They had released, 200 . convicts. The tioops are massing in the^dis triet on foot, the miners having dyna- . mited the railroads to prevent the arrivals. The Buffalo strikers were charged and dispersed by the troops. It is feared the drivers and stokers on the New York Central Railway will strike.

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LOBD CARRINGTON. LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

LOBD CABBIN GTQ35T. LONDON, August 17. It is reported Lord Garnjigtoii will receive an earldom,

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A PLOT TO MURDER. LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

A PLOT TO MURDER. LONDON, AUGUST 18. I A Bussian plot Ens been discovered to murder Prince Ferdinand, of Bul garia, when be was last in Vienna.

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MOORISH THREATS. LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

MOORISH THREATS. LONDON, AUGUST 18. ] The French Minister at Tangiers has been twice insulted by the Moorish soldiers, who threatened to murder him. A PRESIDENT'S END. . LONDON, August 18. It is reported the rebels have killed Bograro, president «£ Honduras,

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OBITUARY. LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

OBITUARY, LONDON. August 18. I The Duke of Manchester is dead.

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THAT AGENT-GENERALSHIP. LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

THAT AGENT-GENERALSHIP. LONDON, August 18. A Dalziel cable message to Hie Times asserts Professor Pearson will succeed the late Cashel Hoey, as secrMary to the Victorian Aaent General, and that he will take entire charge during the absence of Mr. Munro. Mr. Munro states that Mr. Wbods bought La Rose from Kobertson's trastees for £8000. Of this £3000 were deposited in the Heal Estate 13ank, and the balance was in bills, bearing 5 per cient. interest. When the bank took over, the directors en dorsed the British Australian Publish ing Company's bills. Mis. Woods' affidavit with the letter, Mr. Munro describes as slanderous, ana denies that directly or indirectly he was concerned in the purchase of Iia Kose

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Where Work is Pleasant. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Wliere Work is Plca^uiit. Neglected wife: 'Why don't: you- go to work ?' . j. , Unfiling (& ne'er-do-well} : ' lain't got no tools ... i t' ,51;" , ' ?"'! *.' " ; i Jercon Smith offered i^ii $F0«hilliog8 to me id Itjg. fen^e, and you^ave ajaw^and- a plane, and anainmer.anftii&ils { Vh'sit more do you want?' - . \ '*%, * I'he. saw ain't no eon(CTiflgot no file to sharpen It. Die SmM eaiftfifend thfe fence himself.' £atne husband (fen;: years later) : ' Hist! say, wife, I've eseaped from prison. Gimme Bome;other clothes, so I kin light out agin,' ' My, my! faotrdidfoa get out?' * I dug'-forty feet underground with a two pronged fqrk/ and then cut my way through : two feet .of stone wall, and ten inches of' : boiler iron,' with a saw tnide out of a tin. dinner-plate. A tailor , sent his bill to a lawyer for money. The lawyer bade the bo., tell his master that he was not running away, but very bu-y at the time. . he boy came back and told him that he must have the money....

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A Case For Compromise. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

A Case For ?ompr6iiiS§c. - A e shelay tremblingia thedarkness she woe just as sure there were burglars in the din ing room down «t?ire astbat she was scared out of her wits. . . . 'John!' sh- gasped Hs paused in the third quarter of a snore and awoke wifii. a start - ' Wha-wh'atcher you want,' lie crossly de manded. Placing her pallid lips close to his ears she whi pered a single word. .?Burglars!' ? A trem r might have been observed to run through . his frame. ; He did not rise how eve . ..* * John.!' , * My-my d^ar, : ' Ain't you goingdown ?' ' i think not-.' ? At the moment a -slight clinking of silver ware was plainly to be heard: "Jofm.1 < The answer was quite inarticulate. ? Haven't you al ways said that it would go liardwith =^4»urglar'who had the ner*-e to break into your hou-^e ?' ~ " - h.' . .Haven't you insisted that if he escaped Without~being chewed up he would be very forhiaite^' - >;. * . : ttrseemedas if aglass or two 'must have been s wept off the dini...

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He Won't take an Apology. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

He Won't take an Apology^ j It's no ufe y,e bowin' an' scrapin' llie e, ye blayguard ye knocked me down, t e know y§ did; ar,' I'll take tkf'pOlogy ».

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good Results. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

G«(Hl 'BesiRlfc. .5 - .. ; ,. '? Brown : * You hsw had a good l9enl< to 'say, first apd in praise «ff youjfe*eon derfiul «pfecxfic, and tyet,^ so fur ae as-1 cast .disoj^en it! never .yet worked a single cntte:!^- -...v-4 "? Chemist : M heg pa^don^ but I never bobsled Fo( ^ie curative pp^rs'ctf'* nvy .epeci 6c.1''' C^oreiy "^ald" fhat jt h'ad® lfen taken by thdii sjLtadfe, good 'rfesulteV -*i~ BiJr<iwn i'-Well, and doesn't ttiSf. 'anion nfc to the same -"fcta&iist: 4 ;Kot^a1i?;- .The g6od;,resu5iN5''l, £poke'of ^ the'HSite' 13^^'suine 1 have tfiade "the stufF/'-Vlou. «***> * - \

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Not What They Expected. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Wmt What Vhey Expectetl. A. man was once tailing an assembly of friends a tale of which he had,been a witness 'The murderer, said_ het continuing 'drew neater his vidfcim, and. putting his hand into his pocket,*' brought forth^ d&2ger;ftben, goiriii to the bleclfhe - bared the neck of the , gleepin^nfan. raised the dagger on a line with, the victim's neck, and was 1 net f oifgto strike. WheAj * \ [ V, - '?* Go on,^o on I1 said the. listeners, who were raised to a pitch of eicitement. Wlitn,' "SSidnie man," a fly got on his noae..!'.;.. '. >. . --5, Prisoner, standup! Are you guilty or not , ' . Prisoner ? ' Faith! -do you think -I'd" be doing the work of the jury when they'repaid for it?-Letthem find it out themselves.'

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