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Unwholesomeness of Chinese Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Unwlftolesoineiiess of Cbiiiese Vegetables. IN tlje course of a le iture delivered a little while «nc« by the ine'ruetor in agriculture for the local fioaxd of Technical Education in "Sew Booth Wale, the following obser vations were made with respect to ve-etables from Chine?© gardens:-"The plan, was to develop all the ammonia passible f«om the . map tl»ej > -g*, tumble emell in Oiinamen^ garden*. Then they drench theircrops with paler: 0m water took up hundredis of times its own bulk in ammonia, which was then forced into the plants, and in turn farced into-the bloated loose thingB they sold #fi cabbages, lettuces, &c. Cress was forced in the same way. Ammoniacal compon "dB thue got into theeyefcenj^of those who used Chinese vegetables, and he {tlie lecture*) had no doubt this accounted largley for the development of gastric, typhoid and other fevers of &b intestine^. Ammonia, was acute p isoa is such cases/ 3 liege are statements worth cooBidering, particulary d...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Value of Stirring the Soil. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Value of Stirring the Soil. THE following experiments, made by Dr. Collier, in America, to ascertain 111 how far stirring the soil conserved moisture, show: 1. That keeping the surface of the soil stirred, if only to the depth of half an inch, increases the water coatenfc of the first 12 inches to a very appreciable degree. 2. That the deeper the tillage, at least up to four inches, the greater is the increase in the water content. 3. That the rate of inc ease diminishes as the depth increases. 4. ' That a slight mulch exerts a far greater influence in retaining water than tillage four inches deep. An observation made while excavating for a lysimeter in the latter part of August is appropriate heie, showing the depth to "which surface tillage affects the water con tent of the soiL The excavation was made on a dry ridge, in order to escape the bottom water, and on one side it reached iato the corner of a plat that had been ploughed in the spiin but upon which no crop had been planted...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Treatment of Bones. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Treatment of Bones. Boxes put into a well-kept, moistened man ure pile will themselves gradually decay and disappear, enriching the manure to that ex- ! tent. Saw bones may be bodily buried in the soil around the trees; if placed at suffi cient depth beyond the reach of the summer's 1 heat and drought, the rootlets will cluster ! around each piece, and in the course of a year consume it entirely. Bat it will not do ( to have these root clusters broken up by the cultivation every season. Bones may be j packed in moist wood ashes, best mixed with a little quicklime, the mass kept moist, but never dripping. In a few months the hardest bones will be reduced to a fine mush, which is as effectual as super-phos phate. "Concentrated lye" and soil may be used instead of ashes. In this process the nitrogen of the bones is lost going off in the form of ammonia, the odor of which 6 per ceptible in the tank used. For neither of these processes should the bones be burnt. The burning of bones is a...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Farm and Garden. Rules for Dairymen. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

? . JWBEy now and then someone site down and - wJBjOEyOMBD*,. fcUftlly pattfty . Here «the liu&ifeat we ha^mhx&i , After you have brushed the ndderckan, nmstmrn" cowasfastasyoucan null: her idfejwMiO titoe Iastdrop, Jf more than one milker is employed do '? not converse. You will have to stop and ask, ("Whalidoyoii«yr ] If you- &r© musically inclined you may I hum in a low tone. The cow will like it I and commence ruminating. 1 Never drive milk cows or fattening stock i faster than a walk You have no need of a dog in bringing the . eattlehome from pasture. Do not allow or force milk cows to drink ice cold water. Your COWB will certainly fall ofiE In their milk unless housed in a warm stable during ; icclement or very cold weather. If you desire your cows to do their best a' the pail, give them a change of food as often as possible. To sell milk-pays better than to make it into butter and cheeee, and sell it as solids. If you sell milk breed into Ayrshires or ...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEWAEE OF BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

BEWAEE OF BUSGXABS. *Jis some lover geatly tapping at tike pane Below! *TLs the rustle on the window of the rain " - - ? Koteo! *? Isitthe^ghing of the gale? Jb it the creeping of Hie snail, . Or a wandering pussy's wail? . . Oh, npl : The idea, of coarse, ie quite aprefcty thought. JButsad to eay, ifc,6 aothing of tiie sorfc, Ko, no 1 ItVa bttrgliir gettiog ic .' . ' S J, uoless you go to win Don't go! -* JL child three years old lias been xaurried ^oS near Trenesm, in Hungaiy, by on eagle, in sight of the child's father and moUier.; 'tFbe lather, who Lb a railway servant, was ; giving the signal for an approaching train, andiiie child was left alone for a moment. *The eagle seized it, and disappeared with tie grey into the clouds.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE MAMMOTH CITY. LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE MAMMOTH CITY. 1 IjOndctcl Julie 7. I The population of London and suburbs is 5,630,4X2.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE QUEENSLAND LOAN. LONDON, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE LOAN. liOSBOST, June 5. a OMy ano ther £300.000 of tlie Queensland loan has M subscribed daring ilie weefc It "as rumored tbat the Bank of England is en deavoring1 to arrange a syndicate wliicli .will take up tlie balance o$_ the loan on morse favoi*able terms have been offered to tlie public.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON. LONDON, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE AUSTRALIAN SQUABEOST. I LOJTDOS, Jane 5. 1 All the Agents-General, excepting Sir James (xacrick, saw Lor^s Knnts fordand Hamilton to-day with refer enceto tlie Australian squadron pro ceeding to Australia via Cape Leeuwin. Thery said they were unable to even consider a change of route. Sir Graiam Berrysaid Australiawas not iikely-'to be pleased if the vessels were unable to go round Gape Leeu win. Lord Knutsford retorted that the polonies had received the class of vessel they wanted. Sir Saul Samuel madeno objection to the route, not having beeninstructed to do so. All the" Squadron will visit Thursday Island, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide.;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHILIAN REBELLION. LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

CHILIAN REBELLION. 1 IiOHDON, June 4. 1 Details have been received of a naval encounter between the conflict ing parties in Chili. ^ The cruiser Magellan, -which is in the hands of the - insurgents,: sustained a gallant fight; against the Government vessels in "^thcT Chanarel Harboijr, and eventoally compelled them to re tire..: .

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE JEWS IN RUSSIA. London, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

JETiyB IlJ ETTSSIA. London, June 5. Th§ British Consul at Liban on ' the Gallic coast in Hiissia, wires that . the ffcoesian Jews ace emigrating to - FugWd seeking employment. 4

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ONE MAN ONE VOTE PRINCIPLE IN CANADA LONDON, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

MM MJM GSE WOTE ' IjOKDON, JNIIE 5. I The Ottawa House of Commons ha\ne rejected the "One man one vote" principle by a majority of 32. "

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WALL-STREET FINANCIAL POLICY. LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

WALL-STREET FINANCIAL POLICT. . IiOXDOs, June 4. I Fifteen banks, six: trust companies, and'the large money firms in New York are combining to maintain a nniform rate of interest, in order to stop the flow of American gold to Europe.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE POSTAL CONGRESS. LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE POSTAL CONGRESS. Losbos. June 4. 1 The Agents-General have returned from Vienna, and the Times felicitates Sir' Saul Samuel and Sir Graham Berry on their telling speeches at the. i Postal Congress.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NAVAL DEFENCE. LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

NAVAL DEFENCE. Lq&dok, Jane 4. I Sir Samuel W. Griffith, has cabled to Lord Knntsford that he intends to ask Parliament to sanction a Naval Defence Scheme for Queensland. CWlth reference to jbhe above it will be seen from, a message from our Brisbane correspondent that it was not Sir Samuel W. Griffith who cabled home, but probably the Grovernor.j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHORTER HOURS OF LABOR In FRANCE. LONDON, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

SHORTER HOURS OF LABOR Df FRANCE. LONDON. June 5. The French Chamber of Deputies have agreed to a bill extending' the twelve hours' limit of a day's work for employees on all railway, naviga tion, and omnibus companies, who are in possession of concessions from the State or from local bodies.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

' Chamber of Commerce.:! - '-j Ms. Waxkeb'S endeavorsto rouse the busi nest people of Charters Towers to tiie **jneetinjg point" last Monday proved a; failure. However, lie had/another tay for a meeting at 4; o'clock yesterday afternoon. ? Top businesses set down in the advertise ment was " to decide whether the Chamber was to live or die/' Mr. Walker senfc Mr. Pearce round during the day to personally, notify all p ersons likely to be interested. The result of the experiment was a success. At*J few minutes after 4 o'clock the follow ing gentlemen were present:-Messrs. E. D. Miles, B. Toll, W. P. Potts, J. Ellis, E. J Coane, Gr. E. Ogg, W. C. Gardiner, A- W. Clarke, A. Sellars, P. Dwau, A. B, Bright, T. W. Cowin, A. H. Pritchard, 4. W. Gates, H. St. Paul, W. P. Canny, H. B. Walker, B. J. Sayers (M.Ii_A.), A. Turner, Tracey, E. H. Ayton, 3. Gordon, B. L. Lyall, P. F. Byan, P. Mclnerney, W. Holliman. Mr. Walker said the first business was the election of a chairman for tlie meeting. M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The New Victoria G.M.Co. CHRISTENING THE MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

CHEISTENIUXJ TSSS MACHINERY. A SEW crushing and winding plant, together with an alar compressor, lias just been erected on the New Victoria Gr.M. Co's underlie shaft, and the starting of "the ma chinery was made the occasion of a" christen ing" on Thursday last. A large number of the principal residents of the place attended the ceremony by invitation from the general manager of the mine, Mr. W. Holliman, including bankers, merchants, mining kings, mining managers, civil servants and others. Mr. Holliman, in opening the proceedings, remarked that he had received apologies for non-attendance from Captain Biattie, Messrs J. Marsland, E. Tregaskis and others. He said they were met to celebrate the christen ing of the winding plant which had just been erected, and he thanked them for their at tendance. He then gave a vivid description of how Mr. Hugh Mosman, the discover of Charters Towers, selected the ground. How he was walking about with some pegs and a tomahawk, and how he marked of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE 'BUSMEN'S STRIKE. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE 'BUSMEN'S STRIKE. Lqstdon, June 9. Tiie omnibus men 011 strike have refusedi^r^pt the terms offered by the conSHpft^.- They demand abso lutely tffStr a, days* work shall not exceed 12 honrs in duration, also increased pay, and a holiday onoe a fortnight, for which they shall be paid. The London Trades' Council is about to appeal for financial help. The summons against Mr. John Burns for intimidation in connection with the omnibus strike has been dis missed. XJONDON, June 10. The strike amongst the employers of the Omnibus Companies remains

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIENDS FALLING OUT. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

: FBIFNDS FALI OfG OUT. j Londox. June 9. The adverse decision given by the Czar of Russia in the matter submit- ] ted to his arbitration as to the French j and Dutch possessions in Guinea, 1 Africa, has caused great dismay j among the French.. The friendship j lately manifested by France towards j Russia cooled when the latter nation refused to enter into an,offensive and j defensive alliance with France in opposition to the Triple Alliance, bat this last action of the Czar has intensified the feeling into one of hostility.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN INDEMNITY DEMANDED. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

1AN INDEMNITY DEMANDED. LOXDON. Jnne 9. A French squadron is now pre paring to bombard Nanking unless mi indemnify is paid by the' Chinese Government for the recent attack" bw the populace on the mission station there. The-TJnited States Govern ment also demand from the Chinese Goveraient protection for Europeans, and the instant punishment of those attacking them. If the bombafdment takes place the carnage will be dread ful, for tbe city fags $110,000 in

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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