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A Spelling School Episode. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
A Spelling School Epi§o&lt;Se. Old Asa Beeson has served in the capacity ot justice of the peace, up on Possum Ridge, for thirty years, and has gained a reputation among his neighbours for being an exceedingly learned man. Me is looked np to as ; a scholar and as an authority in mattery | of education he stands pre-eminent ] and alone. The other night they held an old fasboned spelling school at the Ridge school house, and of course the squire was on hand to participate in the exercises, The teacher offered a cheap prize to the best " speller," and the squire went in to win it. He had succeeded " downing" about half of his competitors and was growing sanguine of success, when the teacher suddenly changed his tactics aud began to " give out" words of three letters. Right there the squire struck a snag. In words of two letters he could hold his own, but when it went beyond that he was out of his depth. The word passed to the squire was "one" and he promptly spelled it to the n...
Not The Right Way. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
Sunday forenoon a man with, a satchel in his band harried along a cross streetto Woodward. Ten feet behind him hurried a woman, also carryingasatchel. Jts he wai«ed for a Woodward avenue car she came up and also waited. N either looked at nor spoke to the other. They took the same car androdeto the Third street depot. The man wen* to the ticket window and asked: "What's the fere to Syracuse?" The woman followed close behind and said* / 'fm going iio Syracuse, ibo." The man turned «wat without a ticket and walked out and got iuto a hack. It had not yet. started when the woman got into another aod told the driver to follow the first. Both went up town and probably home, as it was easy to see it was the case of a "tiff" between man and wife, A bootblack who caoght on at the depot said; "What an ass that man is?. Why didn't he portend to take pizen an' scare her to death? " I
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Maivh 4. Bradley, late bank manager of the Devon shire-street branch of the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered. Bank in Sydney, and vh « was charged with embezzlement, w is arrested at Blam'ierg yes criay efter noon, where he li d been staying for 4 days, a. large amount of cash was found upr-n him when aries ed. At daybreak yesterday a Chinese named LfTji +*ong went to a camp a few miles away where thr.-e Gfeiijameii were sleeping, and with whom the visiEo^^itedjt; ^ uarrel arising out of gamb'i~g, a,nd with a t." niStiawk he killed one of the sleeping men and baffl^F" maltreated the other two, afterwards giving himself up to the police. i ?
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
WESTERN AUSTRALIA PERTH:, March 6. At York yesterday, an inquest was helu on tlie body of Ah Gin, a Chinaman, who was killed by El Hong with* an axe on Tuesday last. It appears that the murderer went out to where some Chinese lay sleeping and attacked tliein, two of whom he left for dead, and then searched for amUier, All Gin, whom he found and struck with an axe. Ah Gin asked a white niau to lake charge of and protect them. The white man, who was a cripple, adrised him to run away, which he did, but was followed by £j Hong, who struck him down with the axe, one blow nearly severing his heed from his body. 'Ike jury returned a verdict of murder against Ki Hong. Since the inquest one of the remaining Chinese died from his wounds and the other is in a very critical condition. Holmes, against whom a jury recently re turned a verdict of manslaughter for the murder of his wife, whom lie kicked to death, died in the lockup at Perth from alcoholic poisoning yesterday.
Supreme Court. IN CHAMBERS. (Before Mr. Acting Justice Mansfield.) (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] TOWNSVILLE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
Sapreme Court. IN CHAMBERS. (Before Mr. Acting Justice MaiisfieLdL) (by ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [from OCR OW3T COR&ESPOXDEKTS.] Towstsvixle, March 4. Geokgk Holmes DE Vis, of Millehester, sto reman, was adjudicated insolvent in forma pauperinon Ms oivn petition. Petitioner appeared in person. First meeting, 12th March. Official trustee. Le Grrmid v. Dobson (Walsh and Co.,; garnishees), adjourned from 25th February. Mr. Leu (solicitor) appeared for judgment ^peditor. ? Mar." -bys! cause. " Viz.,' the gamisJiees to pay the sum of iE14 le lOd into C5ouxt witlun 6 daj^ otlierwiee exeeu tionto issue against them. Case adjourned .£3 18th March-. . jQaestion ofeosfcs reserved. i ^^^-ikcorge Halt; Mr. Milford appeared lor tSie in^ivent,. and applied ^or tlie last esaaimatiou |b» fe Sated for 31ist Ma®di, I89l,; :Charters ;:;^|^l0irae3a^-.^;r, V-" . , In ne4aiaes Domh. Mr. Milford appeared - for tit? insolvent^ and made a similar appli cvtidiu which ,vas granted. . 111 WJiat kind of ijq...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
D R. EMANUEL, SURGEON DEXTI8T, TwEsrrr-six. YEABS' EXPERIENCE, lECADE, MOS3IAX - Sr. W. G. ST JCXIOR VR?BITE?T. JED. JUL Al YTOI, inctioiieer. Horse and Cattle Salesman, STOCK, STATIOJf, and «Seiter»l Igeui. GILL-ST., CHARTERS TOWERS. Ail kinds of Auction Sales undertaken, and Account Sales promptly rendered. Agent for Lf&lt;»u fere faisiirauec Co. Atlas Kpe Iiftsoraaee Co.. Samuel PllPCliase. Somerset X ar se rv, Parramatta. T» B« B E A R v P, SUarehrofeer & Mining Isent. CHARTERS TOWERS. Cttg Uental Institute. (ESTABLISHED 1685.) Mr. J. U C.D.S..1 Eng., SURGICAL DENTIST, Ross' Buildings, comer of Grill and Mosmau Streets, CHARTERS TOWERS. - TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. - ME. WILK1XS0X call be Consulted Daily. Complete Sets of Teeth on J Gold supplied from £15 15s.: on Vulcanite from £8 8s. Teeth filled with Gold Amal gam and Cement Stoppings. T&lt;'cili Ca^fag^ttiKlpacted X.B.-Regulation of Chflsinen"s TeeiV ,:4 Speciality. PLEASE Xote THE ADDRESS : ROBS' ...
MISCELLANEOUS. LONDON, March 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
MISCELLANEOUS. Lo^bost. March 2 lieutenant tlie Hon. AValter Lewis Bagot, of tlie Grenadier Guards, has been appointed aide-de-camp to the Earl of Untoie, Gover nor of South Australia. . The Admiralty authorities have raided tlie -wages of the men , who axe employed in the British Government dock yards. This will in voire an increased expenditure of JE78,000 per jmniim. The SH&w, fiaville, Aibion fii^ping Co. have declared a dividend of lO per cent. v Jl^Ki>0sr, . American Congress. lias passed a Copyright Bill, ? LOXDOK, March 5. Thft American Senate lias rejected the ^ proposed Brussels Slavery Convention. * City ^ Bear" rumors itave heea i^mA-laflge^'1$£&lt;$bs. aof securities have :, ? - rellbawiptct The & merican House of Representatives lias finally decided to omit the hill providing fer a subsidy for atelegraph cable to Hawaii, and Congress lias closed. Lord Salisbury, at a banquet given by the associated Chamber of Conunerce last nighty stated that...
Telegrams. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. TOWNSVILLE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
Telegrams. - (8¥ ELECTRIC TEiEG-EAPH.) [EBOM OUE OWN COBEESPOXDEKT.] QUEENSLAND. TOWNSVIXM:, March 4. To-day ( lie District Court cases were un important, except that of T. Durham, a clerk to Mr. Carl Harden, who pleaded guilty to forgery and embezzlement, fie was "sen tenced to three terms of fifteen months' im prisonment, the sentences to be concurrent. Mr. Fred Johnson was unanimously elected Chairman of the Thuringowa Divisional Board The laborers' Union have passed a motion i condemning the Government. The I'nionin tends to start a co-operative store. Townsytixe, March 5. Jack Xormaii, an aboriginal, was sentenced to seven years9 imprisonment for attempted rape. Sikh, a malay, was sentenc ;d to five years hard labor for burglary. T iWirsvrtLE, March 6. A drunken man interrupted the service at St. Luke's, presided over by Dr. Hunter Finlay. The latter wrote a letter demanding £3 3s for the church as a solatium to his wounded feelings. The man refused offered a guinea, and Finlay...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
VICTORIA. MELBOUHSTK, March 6tli. A letter has been received from the Premier of Queensland, intimating that the Government of Queensland approves of the recommendations of the committee of Commandants in reference to the fortifica tion of King George's Sound. The com munication further states that instructions have been given to the Agent General for Queensland to co-operate with the Agents General of the other colonies in securing the assistant of the Imperial Government so that the works suggested may be undertaken as soon as possible The committee leave Sydney on the 5th of April for Thursday Island.
THE NORTHERN Mining Register, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1891. The Labor Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
THE NORTHERN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1891. The La&or PiSlcufry. THE shearers dispute is still dragging* along in the Central District, to the great loss of Que-nsland if not of Australia. To any unprejudic d per son it mast appear that th^re can only be one termination to the present difficulty which is that the pastoral ists. will win the battle, and the goal which the labor unions are seeking will be a hundred years fu ther away from themr In another part of this issue trill be found the manifesto issued by the labor leaders and also that of the pastoralists. The labor leaders dc- ~ elare that they cannot accept the terms of the ^toi^isl^^^^epia^^ that * , (to th'i&)~0bti0xions clause "freedom. . of contract" whilst on the other hand the eqnat.ters refnseto withdraw what they consider is a fair flause, la replying to the labor manifesto on this point the pastoralists say.-" It wonld mean we ehoa'd join tbe Labor Union, in driving e%*etyone into these...
EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891
^ . tfabo, Wednesday, ISfcu. March, Arawatfca, Simday;22ttdM&rch. Quiraing, Wednej«iay,25fch March. - Wodotoga, Sunday, 29th March. L«eura,. Wednesday. IsfcAsmL ? From Ifonnanton, Thursday Island, &c.~ Gintra,to-day,liyiMareh. Gabo Wednesday. iBthMamlr ? Q.uiming, Wednesday,25fch March. . Leara, Wednesday, 1st April. From Ivondon and intermediate porte Jehmga, Thursday, 26fch March. Bulimba, Thursday, 9fch ApriJ. T&roba, Thursday, 23rd April. Tana, Thursday, 21sjb May.