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BLUE BOOK OF MOROCCO. LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

BLUE BOOK OF MOROCCO. LONDON, August 20. The blue book of Morocco states that the Marquis of Salisbury is writ ing to Mr Smith on the lameness of his mission. He was thwarted from fche first by mis-representation, into the source of tirhich it is not necessaiy to inquire, but it clearly indicates France. CHOLERA STILL RAGING. LONDON, August 20. The death* in Russia from, cholera exceed 3000 daily.

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PRESS OPINION. LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

PRESS OPINION. Ijostdof, A-tignsfc 20. The Nome Vremiga states *liat Ku^sia will never consent to recognise Prince Ferdinand as ruler of Bulgaria.

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THE GERMAN ARMY. LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

THE GERMAN ARMY. London, August 20, 1 I Hie Emperor William, addressing the army, informed them that the reported redactions of two years' service was untrue. He would prefer even a smaller army to a larger one with a shorter service. His speech created a wide sensation. Count Caprivi is a strenuous advocate of the latter course.

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

THE FRONTIER TROUBLE. LONDON, August 18. J Three hundred infantry andcavalrjr, with two guns* proceed to Jhanoek to reassure Hie Afghan tribes against the Rnseians.

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

WOOL MARKET. LONDON, August 18, The Bradford wool market and fair business is doing.

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THE HODGKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

THE H0DGKIN80N. Mr. J. Williams, warden for this district reports:-There appears to be a change for better on this field. At > orthcote Mr. J. Monday has four men employed working a four-acre lease known as the Emily. During the past few years the above mentioned ground was worked for antimony alone, but in the latter part of last year the lessee had a trial crushing of 14 tons of quartz treated at the Home Rule Mill, Woodviile, which yielded V2oz of gold, being an average of l7dwt per ton, and the gold was worth £3 8B 9d per oz. As the reef in this ground will average 3ft thick, and there is from 2000 to 3000 tons of quartz in sight, Mr. Monday, the lessee, purchased a crushing plant, which in now on the road. He has also applied for a machine area adjoining the lease. The engineers are already on the ground awaiting the arrival of the machinery, which they in tend to have erected and in full working order before the wet weather sets in. Mr. George M'l avish has also started wor...

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

DISQUIETING RUMORS. London, August 18. There are disquieting rumors in the city regarding the position of one or two Australian mercantile firms.

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Northern Goldif[?]elds. MACKAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Northern Ctoldiftelds. MACKJLT. Mr. T. Mowbray, warden for the Mackay district, in reporting to the Under Secretory for Mines, on the operations dnring the quar ter ended June, states that the yield of gold } comprised 849oz" 5dwt 6gr the proceeds of j 11351 tons oi§8'one. The Zelma mine at Grass tree contributed 724oz. 2dwt 6gr., from 1180 tons, and the Eungella 125oz. 3dwt. from l7i tons. The last cleaning np from the Zelma produced 296oz, 7dwt. 12gr. from 460 tons, the previous return within the quarter from the same mine being 427oz. 14dwt. llgr. from 720 tons. The battery at Grass-tree was idle pending the erection of pipes to con nect the mill with permanent water in Cabbage-tree Creek, a mile distant, it being found that the dam at the battery was incap able of holding and providing a constant sup ply. The work would probably occupy two months and when completed the reduction of stone from the Zelma mine could proceed without intermission. With a battery able ; to cope with 1...

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The Victoria and Caledonia Block. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

The Victoria and Caledonia Block. Mr A. W. Wiison, Secretary to *he Vic toria and Caledonia Block {Kelly's Caledonia) has handed us the following reports, received from various mining surveyors : From Mr D. Missingham:-" Charters Towers, 15th Aug., 1^92. To the Directors Kelly's Caledonia Gsntbbilbk,-Herewith I have the plea-ure to hand yon plan and section showing work done in the Hew Victoria gold mine and positions of the sur rounding leases. The work done when last survey was made in January, 1889, is shown in blue, and the work since that in sienna. 1 he vertical depths are as shown in ink at the ends of the levels. I find by calculation that the depth to sink to cat the reef in Kelly's Caledonia that has been worked in the No. 4 level, New Victoria (on the footwall) will be 835 feet. The depth to sink to cut the reef in Kelly's Caledonia, by calculation from the mean strike of No. 5 hanging-wall level, will be 601 feet, and by using the strike of hanging-wall at No. 6 level th...

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THE GREAT LAW CASE THE DIRECTORS HELD RESPONSIBLE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

TH<C GREAT LAW CASE THE DIRECTORS HELD EESPO.N BIBLE. (BT TELEGRAPH.) FSBOK OTJB OW» COBBESPOKDENT.] BRISBANE, August 16. Judgment in the big law case, the Queens land Investment and Land Mortgage Co. T. Grimley, Hart, Drury, and Sir Thomas McHwraith, was given this morning. His Honor in the course of an exhaustive judg ment, which occupied nearly an hour in delivery, traversed at length the details of the case, pointing out that he distinctly made the reservation as to trying the cases himself and dismissing the jury and he so acted on account of the expense and manifold and complex questions in volved. He referred at length to the ques tion of dummying, and while expressing dis belief that the Grown would interfere with the selectors who had acquired a bad title to their lands by thus dummying; he said the evidence clearly showed Grimley dummied on behalf of the Bells, and that defendants must have been aware from the first that dummying was going on. The titles of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

VULCAN TIN MINING CO., MO LIABILITY. -© DIEECTORS' REPORT. To THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE YULCAS TIN MINING COMPANY, NO LIABILITY ?q GENTLEMEN,-Your Directors have the honor to submit to your consideration, their First Half-Yearly Report. At the Half-yearly meeting of'Shareholders held tm the 26th November last, It was re volved-" That the Directors consider the advisableness of altering the Share Capital of the Companyand at subsequent meetings it was resolved-" That the Company be dissolved, »nd a new Company registered nnder the No Ia&bility Act with a share capital of £44090 " These resolutions were duly carried into effect, the property was transferred to the new Company on the 11th April, and the old Company wound up. As no Report has been submitted to you since the 26th November last, the present one -commences from that date We have crushed2839 tons lOcwtof stone for a yield of 472 tons 8cwt 3qr 271b of black tin. This, with the exception of about 25 tons, has been sold,...

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Managers' Reports. BRILLIANT FREEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Managers' Reports. TtHIT.T.T A ATT1 FEEEHOU) The manager, S. Allen, reports for the fort night wiping - ugust 16th:-Daring the fortnight the machinery is getting pretty well completed and also the engine ehed. The bricklayers will finish their contract to-mor row. Hie contractor for the poppet legs will complete his contract this week. The horse for the mullock tip and the stringers were - landed on the groand to-day, ) O. 2 E&.ST srSBUBST. David Christie, manager, reports under date August 17th: I beg to report work done during the fortnight ending August 17th, Your shaft has been sunk a further distance of Sft, making a t tal d pth of 211ft fiin It has also been timbered a further r^infanw of 70ffc, making a t'Jtal distance tim bered of 195ft, The ground is much the same as when last reported on, Kelly's QUEEN BLOCK. IT- O'Brien, manager, reports under date Aug. 19:-For the past fortnight the follow ing work has b 'en done: I have eight men sloping from the Victory boundar...

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THE RUSSELL RIVER GOLDFIELD. (Wild River Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

IHE BUS SELL RIVER GOLDFIELD. (Wild River Times.) There is considerable progress to report in connection with the development of the Rus sell River goldfield since my last. Messrs Hobson and Behan (Cairns) some time ago made application for permission to cat a water race from the north branch of the Johnstone Ewer to Kiandra, the western portion of this field. The site fixed for the dam is the Johnstone River crossing (Boar Pocket Road), and the length of the race is estimated to be about 12 miles. It is stated the promoters of the scheme propose to form a syndicate to cany out the work. At Bunjee, the Just-in-Time eiHI maintains the premier position, tome of the chums here are about worked out, and others are still being prospected with more or less suc cess. AtCoopa, the proprietors of the Caledonian Lease will soon finish their water race. On the Crown Terrace, fair progress has been made during the past three months, the water supply being more plentiful than at any previous tam...

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A BIG FIRE. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

A BIG FIRE. LONDON, MAY 20. I The whole of Grindelwaid has been burned down, and the luggage of 1500 tourists, who were staying in Hie piece at the time, was destroyed. The coolness of English ladies in forming a line to pass backets of water at the Grindelwaid fire, though their property was burn ing, was much noticed on the con i fcinent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

i* GREATFUL-COMFORTIN&. EPPS'S COCOA. BEE A KFAST " By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, by a careful application of the fine psoperties of well-selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds, of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselveB well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."-See article in the Civil Service G-azette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold £-lb. packets by Grocers, labelled thus : JAMES EPFS & CO., HOMXEOPATHIC CHEMISTS, LONDON, ENGLAND. Hie Queensland National Bank Limited. Incorporated under the Companies Ac...

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THE INDUSTRIAL WAR. LONDON, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

THJT INDUSTRIAL WA.R. LONDON, August 19. A large force is hurrying to the rescue of Colonel Anderson. It is feared that the militia at Knoxville have been butchered. LOKDOF, August 20. The miners at Coal Creek, Chatta nooga, made three attacks on the; militia, who fired upon them with Catling guns, killing a number of the rioters. It is rumoured the miners have cap tured the colonel of the militia and threatened to lynch him. LONDON, August 20. The miners' strike in Tennessee against the employment of Belgians has been successful, and the latter have quitted the country. Colonel Carnes has defeated the miners, and rescued Colonel Ander son. Many were killed on both sides. Seven railways are involved in the Buffalo strike, ineluding^the whole of Mr, Vanderbilt's lines. LONDON, August 21. Colonel Carnes' victory has vir tually closed the miners* war.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

M. T> U N W OODIG, FLINDERS STREET. TOWNSVU.I.F ^ ' ? ? FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. Only the Best Brands of Wines & Spirits kept in Stock Visitors to Townsville made at Home during their Stay. M. DUNWOODIE, PBOPEIETBEBS. \ METROPOLITAN HOTEL, fiwkm Stisgl West, f0V3s?II!8. AocomiM m maisebs m mraLHs. BOOMS WELL VENTILATED. PLUNGE A1STD SHOWER BATHS. None but the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits Sept PATRICK Conn ELL, proprietor. THE PALACE HOTEL, Flinders Street, Towns ville. BILLIARD ROOMS. SPLENDIDLY APPOINTED BAIL LARGEST AND BEST FURNISHED CLUB ROOM. CUISINE UNEQUALLED IN TOWN. Ample Stabling Accommodation. HENRY FISHER, PROPRIETOR. HOTEL FOR SALET A CENTRALLY SITUATED HOTEL. *R. J. G. BROOKS, having decided to give up business, wishes to ael > his ENTERPRISE HOTEL at Queenton. Thia house is om of the best Hotel Investments in the North, and will be Mid as a going coiiuarn. Si is centrally situated, being opposite to the Railway Station. HSill particulars can be obt...

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OBITUARY LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

OBITUARY LONDON, August; 20. I The death is announced of Madame Trebelli Bettini, the once celebrated operatic singer.

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BARKER AND CO. LONDON, Angust l9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

BARKER AJSTD CO. LONDON, Angust l9. | Official intelligence received states that Barber and Company, bankers, knew years ago that they were utterly insolvent. The creditors displayed intense bitterness at the meeting.

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

SUNSTROKE PREVALENT. LONDON, August 18 Many deaths from sunstroke are reported from Paris, Bnda Pesfch, and Yienna.

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