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

CHOLERA BIOTS. LONDON, August 18. | Daring the cholera riots at Jlaghe sofski, in South Russia, houses have been destroyed and several. Cossacks killed ALL ^UlET. LONDON, August 18. Despatches from the Stanley falls state that all is quiet and a rising is not feared. ? ;

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

HOKOES AWARDED ':n LONDON, Aug st. 18. Peerages have been conferred on Mr Archibald Oompbell of Blythsword, Bis K. Knightly, Sir Thomas Brooks, and Earldo ms on < "ranbrook and Willoughby. Earl Zetland has been created a marquis, and baronetcies conferred on the following : -George Dixon, M.P., Harland, M.P., Thomas Lee, M.P., Marks, M.P., M. J. Stewart, M.P., B. Lawson, M.P. The following have been created Privy Councillors: Stanley Hill, Jessie Collins, Professor Huxley, and Sir Matthew Ridley. Knighthoods have beon conferred on J. Blundell Maple and Ashmead Barfclett. . The honor of Knight Grand Cross of the Bath has been conferred npon Sir Henry Loch, and that of G.C.M.G. npon Sir John Pender. LOUDON, August 20. Peerages have been conferred upon John Mulholland, John Allan Rolls and William John Leigh of Lynn Regis, and baronetcies upon the Lord Provost of Glasgow, Captain Cr. C. Armstrong, E. H. Carbutt, H. F. Farqnhar, Colonel Charles Hamilton, and John Jaffray. The...

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

THE POPE PLEASED. LONDON, August 18. I The Pepe is much pleased at the Marquis of Ripon's appointment as Secretary of JState for tbe Colonial department.

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THE CAB STRIKE. LONDON, Angust 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

THE OAB STRIKE. L0ND0N,Angu8t 19. The cab strike at Paris has col lapsed.

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A FEARFUL FALL. LONDON, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

A FE AHFUL FALL. LONDON, August 19. Leon, the celebrated gymnast, fell off the trapeze, a distance of 75ft. at Paris, and was killed. THE SALVATION ARMY. * London, August 19, A demonstration has been held by the Salvation Army in Canada. Many have reigned, having lost confidence in the management.

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Trial by Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Trial by Jury. THE judgment delivered by the Chief Justice, in the Queensland Investment Company's action against MCILWHAITH and others, has npset many precon ceived ideas as to the right/to and effect of trial by j|,ry- From lihe tele | graphed report published by ns yes terday, it wonld appear that the Judge did not follow the findings of the jury npon the facte submitted to them, but went upon his own findings, which in some instances were diametrically opposed to those of the jury. We" assume that the Chief Justice would not so act without having first satis fied himself that he had full power so to do, and we are therefore justified in assuming that he acted entirely in accordance with law and the prac tice of Courts of Justice. On this assumption we have no hesitation in voicing the opinions of most people, that the law and practice are bad, and might, under certain conditions, lead* to the most vicious consequences. The public ha« hitherto laid the flatter* 1 ing unction to i...

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

CENTRAL AFRICAN TROUBLES. - LONDON, August 20. The disasters on the Upper Congo have been confirmed, bat the troubles are confined to that region.

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Our Constitutional Dress. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

.hp Constitutional Dress. . * ON Thursday night that unrivalled bill-drafter, Sir SAMUEL GRIFFITH, presented the Northern members with their thoroughly shrank and made to order constitution, in which we would have supposed Mr HUME BLACK as the leader of the party, would have fairly revelled. That gentleman, how ever, is very hard to please just now, and petulantly complained, not of the suit, which he wanted with more braid and fuller bell-bottoms, but of the sincerity of the craftsman. The best way to test that sincerity would be to endeavour to put the clothes on. Lord KNUTSFORD has told separation deputations repeatedly how the sepa ration children should be attirsd, and it is no use Mr BLACK kiiikin^ against the ukase of our constitutional head tailor. SIR SAMUEL GRIFFITH is sticking to the style Lord KUUTSFORD ordered, and if Northern members were foolish enough to follow Mr BLACK, " the cause " would go back to the same old point which has been so often discussed at the coloni...

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

T HE GREAT HYGIENIC DISCOVERY. THE GREATEST HEALTH-RESTORING REMEDY DISCOVERED. A MARVELLOUS TRIUMPH OVER DISEASE WITHOUT MEDICINE. THE BEST PREVENTATIVE AND BLOOD PURIFIER IN THE WORLD. THE TREATMENT IS UNFOLDED IN THE HEALTH PAMPHLET. PRICE POSTED, £1. MAN? THOUSANDS who have purchased tbe w;>uM not gin» u;» (!I.' «se of >ho Treatment for ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD. OFFICE FOR SALE OF PAMPHLET S 2, TREASURY BUILDINGS, GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE. Sick Persons can. Care Themselves, atid be free from Doctors or Medicines for tbe remainder of their lives. JOHN HERN, 2 Treasury Buildings, George Street, BRISBANE. Office hours.-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mr. Hern who has had long experience of the treat ment can be consulted personally from 10 to 12 in the morning, from 2 to 6 in the after noon, and 7 to 9 in the evening. Pledge of Honor, ATo. B. I hereby pledge mj word and honor not to show the pamphlet that I am to receive from 3. Hern, or reveal its contents to anyone, nor allow it to be se...

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"Courier," Bariley and Figures. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

* Courier," Bariley and ?wares. " MB N. BARTLEY," who can tell the exact date of the first dog fight in Brisbane, is about the most aggres sive " oldest inhabitant" to b** found anywhere, and it would be she^r madness for anyone to write a history of Brisbane while he is alive ; to do so wonld be to invite contradiction of a most emphatic description, backed up by personal recollections as volu minous as they would be assertive. It is as a statistician, however, that Mr BAETLEY has made his mark. Those who peruse the Brisbane Courier are aware that he can tell the cubic contents of the Sphynx, knows to a second cook the number of HAN NIBAL'S camp followers, and can give the price of red currant jelly in the reign of BOADICEA. Recently the Courier statistician, roused, no doubt, by the crash of falling land banks and tottering investment companies, Has deserted ancient history, in which so few can be found to contradict him, and has plunged into modern mining aff airs. In several par...

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

'Flie Tariff. THE budget speech, of the Treasurer on Thursday night was by no means heroic, indeed, in the majority of in stances in which alterations have been made, it must be styled tinkering. Only about £100,000 were wanted to balance receipts and expenditure, and so far as Customs duties are concerned it would have been better for the country had no change been made. A 10 per cent, reduction on Civil Servants' salaries would, have given £79,000, but the Ministry, though " game" to cut down the pay ment of members 50 per cent., could not face the auger of the army of Brisbane bloodsuckers, who can now go on merrily drawing fat salaries. In the face of the example set by Victoria, it was hoped the incapables would have lost a slice of their plunder, but the civil servants are such a stand-by to Brisbane, and their influence is so strong that they were spared. For this no excuse can be offered; it is simply shameful that a struggling people should be taxed' to keep a gang of idler...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

SIR F&BDEBICK B4TEHAN. M.D. I Br. Frederick Bateman, one of Hie new Knights, is m citizen of Norwich, where he wbb borne in 1824, and where he as spent an tdira life as a city fand county rna^i teat*. In 1872 he held the office of sheriff. Sir Vrederiok Hafaimn holds t vesy position intfcemeideal pro&nion,uft Fellow j «f Hw Bofal Oolite of Shfujaans, and oom^ses nnmenras important positions.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

SIR OLIVER MO WAT, K.C.M.G. Dr. Oliver Mowat who has been appointed Enigbt Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. Geerge, is a Queen's Counsel, and holds the pasts of Premier and Attorney General of the Province of < ntario in the Dominion of Canada, fir Olievr Mowat has held these high offices ever since October 25th 1872.

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

CLUB, 189 2. 1 8 92 RING MEETING. TO BE HELD O IT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1892. PEOGEAMME: 6 furlongs. Nomi Start at 1.30 p.m. FLYING HANDICAP Of 00 Sovs. Second horse 10 sovs. from the prize. nation f sov. Acceptance 1 sov. Start at 2.15 p.m. MAIDEN HACK RACE Of Sovs. for all Maiden Hacks Second horse 3 sovs. from the piize. 5 furlong. Catch weights. Entrance 7s. 6<L Start at 3 p.m. SPRING HANDICAP Of ISO Sots. Second horse 20 SOTS, and Third horse 10 so vs. from the prize. 1 j miles. Nomination 1 sov. Acceptance 2J sovs. Start at 3.45 p.m. SHORTS HANDICAP Of 50 Sovs. Second horse 5 sovs. from the prize. ^ mile. The winner of Flying Handicap to carry 5lbs. penalty. Nomination | sov. Acceptance 15s. Start at 4.30 p.m. HACK RACE Of 20 Sovs. For all approved Hacks. Second horse 5 sovs. from the prize. 6 furlongs. Minimum weight 8 stone. Entrance ^ sov. , Start at 5.15 p.m. OCTOBER HANDICAP Of 00 Sovs. Second horse 10 sovs. from the prize. 1 mile. The winner of Flying Handicap...

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

F. "CABBINB'S" f? VJ Monster Consultation OK THE MELBOURNE GUP. TO BB RUN AT FLEMIMTON, OH NOTEHBEB 1st. 1&92. -:0: - S0,000 SUB8CBIBEE8 AT 2/6. 80,000 £2,500 to be divided as foUowe: First Horee Second Horse ... Third Horse ... Starters divide ... Non-starters divide 4 Cash, frizes of £40 each 10 " " of £10 each 20 " " of £5 each 40 ,, " of £210s each £1000 500 270 ISO 120 160 100 100 100 £2500 Division Pro Sata. "Every 2s 6d invested will have 79 sepa rate chances of obtaining a substantial prize. The promoters, to suit the dull times, have determined on making 2s 6d Consultations on all the leading races throughout the year, and hope, by having everything conducted in aiairand legitimate manner, to have a share of public patronage. A Committee mi Be'cliebted from the subscribers, and the time and place for drawing will be adver tised in the daily papers. We have also Straight out and Double Books on all Principal events. Our Cauifield mud Melbourne Cup .Double is worthy o...

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Mlebourne and Caulfield Cups. MELBOURNE CUP—2 Miles. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

HSSBODBHE CUP-2 Miles. Strafchmore Malvolio Zilinski Admiral Freedom > Oxide . Gorreae^ Tarcoola Fans... Portsea ~Workma.ii Tirailleur St. Albans U 8 G'Naroo Astens Sjb. Blaize ! Pigeontoe v Olonsid Enuc... Swell Autonomy Glenlofch Pilot Boy John S. Sainfoin et lb 9 8 Danton 9 8 Scot Free ... 9 4 Ethelbert ... 9 1 Leviathan ... 9 0 The Captain... 8 13 Candour »&££< Nerberfc-*. 8 10 Hopetoun ... 8 8 F.K 8 8 Scrip... 8 7 fternchaser... 6 Vogengang ... 5 Fernleaf 8 4 Singapore ... 8 3 Sunlyal 8' 3 Dundas 4 S -Adventurer ... 8 0 Star of Erin... Golden ... Attelaus Vantell 7 12 Mascara 7 13 Honor Bright 7 13 All There ... 7 12 Culloden et lb 7 4 8 8 0 8 0 8 0 7 7 7 7 7 JJ" 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7'i 7 4 4 4 3 3 % 2 2 2 0 0 O 0 0 Q 0 Forty Winks 7 11 (iHarneystone Litigant Gresford Steadfast Affiance 7 11 Dundee 7 10 Kyana 7 10 Syntax 7 10 Els wick Calculus 9 Lemnos 9 Climax 8 Jew Boy 8 Courteous Captain Webb 7 10 Cannon Chatham ... 7 9 Calculu .Aithotas ... 7 Harfcington ....

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

TO W B R S MINERS' RACING CLUB. SIXTH ANNIVERSARY RACE MEETING, TO BE HELD ON THE Charters Towers Racecourse, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1892 President: T. GIVENS. Judge: HON. J. DEAIiTE. Clerk of the Scales: M. DEE. Starter: G. SULLIVAN. Clerk of Course: W. PARSONS. Stewards: HON. J. DEANE, A. H. PRITCHARD, M. DEE, A. EARL, D. MISSINGHAM. PROGRAMME. First Race, to start at 11 o'clock a.m. Flying Handicap Of 60 SOYS., for all horses, second torse 10 sovs. from the -prize; f-mile. Nomination 1 so v., acceptance 2 sovs. Second Race, to start at 11*45 a.m. Eack Race Of 15 sovs., for a!! bona fide hacks that have not won an advertised prize exceeding in value 6 sovs., and to be approved of by the Stewards; second horse 3 sovs, and third hor,-e 2 so Vs. from the prize; 1 mile. * Minimum weights, 6 st 7 lb. Entrance Ids, to be in September 7th, 6 p.m.. Third Race, to start at 12*30 p.m. Miners' Handicap Of 100 sovs., for all horses; second horse 10 sovs. from the prize; 1^ mile. The winner o...

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TOWERS MINERS RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

TOWERS MDiJSHS' BACIITO CLUB. The following nominations hare been re ceived for the meeting to be held on the IStli of September: FI/XTNG HANDICAP. - Phoenii, Verdict, Saladin, Fanny Sykes, Remus, Silverspray, The Fet Qirl (late Pet Gii-1), Merchant, ? First Lady, Nicholie, Olive, Lord Marion, Testator, Donovan, Vampire. MINERS' HAKDICAP, 1^ mile.-Cato, Roue, ; Pho&nix, Saladin, Fanny Sykes, Donizetti, The Pet Qirl (late Pet Girl}, Merchant, JEthon, iNicholls, Tharwa, Richmond, Olive, Sal vador, Little Bertie, Mexican and Hornet. ASSOCIATION HANDICAP, 1£ miles.-Cato, Roue, Saladin, Fanny Sykes, Donizetti, The Pet Girl (late Pet Girl}, Tharwa, Richmond, Olive, Salvador, Little Bertie, Donovan. Abbot P^|d Hornet. SHOKTS HANDICAP, 5 furlong*.-Phoenix, 'Fanny Sykes, Silverspray, Merchant, First Lady, Kichollfi, Candid, Olive, Gaiety, Tes tator, Verdict, Vampire. FEDERATION ILANDICAP, 1 mile.-Cato, : Saladin, Silvenpray, The Pet Girl (late Pet Girl), JEthon, Sefton, Lord Marian, ...

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SPORTING NEWS. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

SPORTING NEWS. KACINa FIXTDILES. August 23, 24-Cooktown TC. September 1,3-Hawkeebury B.C, September 10,13,15,17-A.J.C. Spring. September 14. Thursday Island. September 15-Sowers Miners' Racing Club - weights August 29; acceptances Sep tember 7. September 23, Normanton; ^Nominations September 13, weights September 16; acceptances and general entry Sep tember 21. October 6,7-Croydon; Nominations August 24, weights September 1; acceptance* and general entry October 1. October 8,15-V.A.T.C. October 20.-Towers Jockey Club. Nomi nations for handicaps September 26; weights on October 3; acceptances Oct ober 12. October 29, November 1, 3, 5-V.R.C. Spring. December 26, 27-Towers Jockey Club ^oinin&tionB far handicaps Novembe '30; weights December 12; acceptances .(December 19: general ^entries December 15.

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

ALWAYS USE IT IS THE BEST. Sold by iff jfifi No^fei Procurable through all Merchants. BE SURE YOU BUY Rojral Baking1 Powder. This Baking Powder is bow acknowledged to be the Best Brand in the Market. Procurable through all Storekeepers . and Merchants. R. W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. INSIST UPON HAVING This COFFEE is cele brated for its EXCELLENT FLAVOR. All Grocers keep it; also to be had from all Mer chants. Packed by the CRESCENT PACKING- COMPANY. FRENCH COFFEE, The"OBISIHAI, has a Red, White and Blue Striped Label. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. This is ( the only FreQCh. Coffee prepared npon the original reeeipe. SOLD EVERYWHERE Procurable through all Merchants. J0ije R; W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane .Agents. The Crescent P^Mn^ 'Ccto pany's PEPPEBS, Qbahoe BLOSSOM, SPICES, HONEY are the Best in the Market.. Take no ither. The Original FRENCH COFFEE has a Red, White and Blue Striped Label. It is the Best. Take no other. R. W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. O B...

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