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ADVICE. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

ABt3B31B. | LoxDON,Jaiie 15. 1 The Pope has instructed Arcbbistiop Vauglian to abstain from politics, especially not to oppose Home Rale.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CANADIAN LOAN. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

THE CAifcPH-ffi liOAJST. LONDON. June 15. I Tke Canadian loan was subscribed threefold averaging £92 Os 6d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

JLowdm's Djfjr^rin Cfilotfs lame Idoe CoMiiM Bottled Meaaid Stout Julie's W!iiskies3 sMjmients amy iug by every mail steamer Aiid all other leading' brands. Tea Importer, Coffee and Spice Merchant, Wholesale Cxrocer, importer of English. American and OoiofiM Provisions, Coffee Boaster, Custom House, Commission and Forwarding Agent, Sole Manufacturer of Kangaroo 4 ,0~ Hunt ISauce and Kangaroo Hunt Baking Powder. fg. R. {)" respectfully draws the trade's to his Arabian Brand of l4oWee m lib. round tins, nett weight. It is the best procurable, being the - Finest Plantation Ceylon, Jamaica, and Costa Rica Berries,. roasted and ground daily on Hie pramisesby an entirely xiew process, in a Patent Gas Boasting Machine, which willturn out roasts of the highest possible quality, Packed hot m air-tight tins set B. E. Cowley's Arabian Steam Coffee Works, Flinders Street, Townsville. ~ - ~ KANGAROO HUNT BAKING POWDER Is the best in the colonies. tJee no oilier and yon will always have Light and...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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THE DEMOCRATIC WIGWAM DESTROYED. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

jfig DEMDORATlG WIGWAM DESTROYED. , A cyclone destroyed the Democratic i Convention Wigwam, at Chicago. TheJ 1 building was large enough to hold 30,000 people, and 7 people were Mted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

wm sSt-S S IU 75$G6*I£S ^«-J=vt''5SB^1'"" %iM E*C~ i-;i;?V -; . / -"j . ~.~'. '.v. .. -"- . ^-J- '; -.- --. }j£S&t r'^^-^r . . ...... . .... ... '-."w .">-.. ;. :>:/ "-;- -~ *.. ". ;-:;-a^ -:...... . ^ --: . ^ 2"' ~ *"' ?- ????- -...? ... ;...- . .-.-. * ... . ' - .. ?.^V .?' i ?C'% 2^/j*K£ ? "? '' -\ > -W- V . They are PHYSICIANS M every case 111 'V?-r::-V-: :.: ->".. ?'---?: ".- .? :s-~. ~ sss, contain no-C^fli^ neverMLto give prompt relief, and are far superior to tbe Quaek ive Drops, for Children buffering from Wind, Colic, Indigestion, &c. First dose, will relieve the little sufferer. , ~ wf-gg y> yfSJM imm\ WwmSyrupaodW Tery plea^kt to -. ^ t^e^&te" jGhiMrea -lake fea readily, are soon free from Worm troubles. Tasteless Castof Oil. _ This is a great improvement on the efcmmonOiL ^ - *. _ Ringworm Ointment always cures this annoying com- - Tinams' Livlf OH, Specify selected In London for Us - parity. ^ Timing' JiSfllSia Csrd- This will be ...

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MR. DEACON. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

ME. DJ3A.C0BT. LONDON, JUNE 14. It is reported that President Oaraotwlll pardou MrDeaccm, the American, who «liot the Frenchman, M. Abeille dead for belng in Mrs Deacon's bedroom.

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Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

\W JUVEKIS]. WHAT would oar ;Northern Chambers of: Commerce do withoutthe present Postmaster <Jeneral, I wonder. As law-breakers are invaluableto the policeman, for withoutthein r ve should not require the " bojs in blue/' so the Postmaster-Greneral seems to be the very ;3ife of our Chambers, and as long - as the present gentleman ho'ds office there is no fear . rdf there being S*y lack of something to gamble at. Should any unforeseen calamity cause Mr Unmack to deprive an ungrateful cdustrj of his services, we can imagine our? .Chambers singing inthe words of tbe comic opera* Oh don't the days seem lank and long, whelh allgoes right and nothing goes - wrong, and isn't our life extremely flat with oofcliing whatever to grumble at." Unlike . ordinary mortals, Jitr Untnaek finds no diffi culty iji saying nrj; in fact he is now so much accustomed to returning curt refusals ta all and sundry grivances brought under his notice, that it is a matter of grave doubt if he could sa...

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MR. DIBBS. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

MR. DIBBS. LONDON, June 15. Mr. Bibbs will probably visit President Carnot, and urge it is not desirable to send the prisoners to New Caledonia. 9r. Dibbs attended an at-home yesterday, given by Mr. Charles Bright. He regrets that Mr. Fitzgerald, M.L.A., of Sydney, is j I orating' on behalf of John Barns, as | lie fears the interference of an Ans ! tralian member in English elections will harm his mission. Mr. Dibbs ! met Mr. Pottery M.P., and the latter upbraided him with deseriing Free Trade. "? | Mr Dibbs had an interview with] Lord Knutsford to-day. Lord Knuts ford promised to write to Earl Duf- ] ferin, the British Ambassador at Paris, asking him to prepare the i grounds for the parleying which is to j take place regarding the question of Jfew Caledonian escapees. Mr Dibbs j is sanguine this will have the effect of producing definite proposals on the | part of the French Government, and a. cessation of the evil. Mr Dibbs,; during the interview, told Lord Knutsford be held autho...

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THE FISHERIES AGAIN. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

*feas ^MBIES 3 IiONbON, June 14?. ] TfceFreneh have destroyed ;3{® - lobster tramps. The Newfoundland men-of-war, the Pelican and Emerald, have sailed to enqire iato fchematter.

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Cable Intelligence. MR. DIBBS. LONDON, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

. l3. 1 mm of the Canadian to the Cham ber of Oom iConference, consented to attend -ae CanTerence as a listener only. He will address the Empire Tiade League on the resources of the colonies, but ; -will not identity himself with the policy: of the leagne, Or advocate preferential tariffs. The principal subjeet to be discussed at Tuesday's interview the investing oftrust funds in Colonial Securities, Lord Ejautsford person ally favors colonial investments. Mr JHbbs intends to try and convert Mr Goschen. Mr Dibbs also advocates Syndneymiat coinage of $ilver, a>nd lie left alone for tlie present. Mr Dibbs also asks the Queen toassent to the DivorceBill. HeiB besieged with visitors ando verpowered with hospi Lokdos, June 14 Mr Dibbs was present in the House during Mr Balfour's ..statement. He afterwards dined with Henniker Heaton* JSir Heniy Chaplm, Sir John Oorst, Sir Jas. Ferguson, Mr James Iiouther and Mr Howard Vincent.

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CHOLERA. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

IfONDON, June 14. i deaths diaily from cholera.

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No Time to Look. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

HTo Time to X«ool£- -. r '! -- . * ? 'i /'I J i * / J j. Jt i i. M Haehaway-What did THiss Palisade have on last night ? Stuffer-I don't know; I only saw her at dinner.

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A Modern Street Cleaner. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A Modern Street Cleaner. * Now that I have my brand new train.' She said, with joyous smile, * I think 1*11 take a little vnplk And clean the streets awhile.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

An B!xplanatioii. * I hare never given you credit for knowing very much, mad m,' eaadablunt old bachelor, i * bnii* ' "" * Sir,' she interrupted. * Do you wish to ineult'-r-r :.«. > ? i ' tiut he continued ' have always admired your grace and beauty.* * I will accept your at plogy,' 6 id the lady.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

His SilKte Scheme Elder Brother (who has to do the work C jr the family)-£J., did 1 hear you say ?bu the other day you wished you k ew how to milk a cow? , . , Young Brother- Yes. Elder P rot her (benignly V -Well, if you will hl«ck my shoes for me I will let you milk the cow to-night. The arrangement was made and performed.

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LEGAL COMPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

LEGAL COMPLIC AT ONS. " My neighbor tied a knot in my horse 6 tail an i I vnntter hab de law on him," eaid Si Jackson, n Onion Creek darkey, to lawyer Gouge. " Kand over five dollars," said the lawyer. Si did so cheerfully. ' aving got the m ney the lawyer said calmly, pu ting it in his pocket: My advice to my you, coloured friend, is now to fro and untie that knot In your horse's tail." The plant of happiness cannot thrive with out the air of cheerfulness Electricity is making rapid progress, but as a motive power money is still ahead. * Keep faith with your children ' Certainly. If you promise them a licking give it them. The blossoms on the trees indicate that it is spring, but tue blossoms on a man's nose denote the fall. Wealth may not bring happiness, but it manages to make appearances very agreeably deceptive. The Czar of Russia receives the largest salary paid any ruler on the face of the earth. He ought to. He has the most dangerous job. When Mr. Carpenter married Miss Barb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

3C TfcSE <3C . *3E -ITC ®iJC jEfcr.iJiP TfeSE 4I3L O ? a3Cp 4 gaiigmte timtitti & u puB pjpi|9snon 9JBMpj?n QJBMSsfig Aaasuouiuoj| weopag -jo fltcT^KTe'U0o (Bpoo<p aiao n^S maa qa^ piwaj cr^v "tpwiio mo m io^pm ox vwm M w 09& y ad snoHisaa ,,/ &g?4S) .^j^)-b^'As<e) saaaao xiorios WE ASM ?" / ; T# WPWl: PF fPPPWF JJ* PJWTFA? TPfFW5 AND THEREFORE, CAN SELL, AT THE LOWEST PKICES ! ! ! . ?" 1i . .' ' '"v -1-'- 1 i . . ' ' ' : . ; --- . - . . -,- _ . - , WE HAVE OS HAND AND ISSIVING BY E V/E R Y SOUtHEEN STEAMER: BUTTER V BACON V cheesev EGGS v hlmze ... WHEAT V OATS ; CHAFF. HAY,^ POTVrtOES- & ftWldNS JI mix*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

COANE AND ~ E. J. C^ANE, mfember of the Charters Tow^r^ Cioji to the Stock andj&hftrebroking Branch of the 'jbvernmenfc Mineralogist attendstothe Assaj*' _ ; If .B.-Water, Coal, and o rganic AiiaJy^can be e BRANCHES Ttormati ton, Thursday Island, Port 91ore§by, " ~' and Samarai. tmpdPters of Station Requisites; afeo - Spirits, Ales, &c., A KB EVERY DESCEtPTIOK OF fAfi® ,.. HOTELKEBFEKS* SVPPUES. ^BXPPOkO agencies. Australian United Steam Navigation Co , I>td. Britifih Tnilift Steam Navigation Co. lone. 7 .' .. ' 7 . «tiH Anrfrftliftw Navigation Co. '* ^iy>s"iXjme ofChinar Steamers. .>? '?/: ??. ** Norddeatscher" Lloyd's Bremen Imperial German MaiL ' ? " Scottish" line of Sailing Vessels. Nippon Tn*en Kaisjia Co. (Japan Mail g.S. Co.) :7- : f ? ? I' ' ?: \ / ' V * A Ttf^^yftwllufiield's. brilliant anil HawkeifjpPBffler Mdttr. ^ ' : <3iilespie ? . :*; V ' H-'?? Swallow& AriM's Bteel Eoller Flour. ' " " ' *. Biscuil«? 2 lb tin. :i,y: ~. ? ti ...

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The Harmless Cosmetic. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

The Harmless Cosmetic. She didn't have the best comp'exion in the world, and she contended with her father and family that cosmetics were notinjuriouB. Hie other day. she met the doctor. "Doctor," ehe said, "we've been having la discuBsion for some time t ast at home about Hi: use cosmetics." " Yes?" he replied interrogatively. " Yes, and the j say I shouldn't use them, btttlE d i |ust (lie euiie. Bo you think they are injurious ?" "Pm-er- o, I should say they were not," said the doctor slowly, as if considering his fee in flue ease. " hat's what I told papa," she exclaimed . 'triu mphantly. "Now I'll gi and tell him vlutfouwv.". " I believe I said they were not injurious,1 he inquired det-inin^ her a moment. * Yes, you did, and I'm going to fail papa so." * But I did not say they were nofc injurious to the skin, did I? " " ff-n-no," she hesitated. " I thought not. t meant they were not in jurious ta whitewash fences with or to touch up the color of -a brick pavement, though I don't...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

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