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

GERMAN SYRUP." Here is an. incident from the South -Mississipi, written in April, 1890, just after the Grippe had visited that country. " I am a farmer, one of those who have to rise early and work late. At the beginning of last Win ter I was on atrip to the City of Vicfes burg, Miss., where I got well drenched in a shower of rain. I went home and was soon after seized with a dry, hacking cough. This grew worse every day, until I had to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon who has since .died, and he told me to get a bottleI of Boschee's German Syrup. Mean time my cough grew worse and worse and then the Grippe came along and I caught that also very severely. My condition then compelled me to do something. I got two bottles of Ger man Syrup. I began using them, and | before taking much of the second! bottle, I was entire clear of the Cough that had hung to me so long, the Grippe, and all its bad effect® I felt tip-top and felt that way ever since." Peter J. BRIAI»S, Jr., Cayuga, Hines ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

J T. BRADLEY AND CO. STOCK, STATION & GENERAL COM ^QSSION AGENTS &H9 AUC TIONEEBS, Burxetowh. CUSTOM HOUSE AGENTS. Aoents foe Mutual Life Association .of Colonial Mutual Bice Association, Queensland Milling Company. J. T. BRADLEY & CO. AUCTIONEERS, &<%, Bprkktowk. R. W. KENDRICK & CO* fc&w©, mwmmM* Insurance, and General Agents, Accountants and Valuers in Insolvency. Bow STREET, Charters Towers. «r. e. SMITH §ge]5& ARCHITECTS AND BUILDING SURVEYORS, BOW-STREET, % CBA&T&K8 T0WSSS, FLINDERS-STREET XOWRSYItlrE. WILLIAM A, ACKERS AND CO. Established 1874. STOCK & STATION AGENTS, Auctioneers, Sharebrok:rs, COMMISSION, FIRE, LIFE, AND MARINE INSURANCE AGENTS. Agents for Absentees. Members Towns ville ^ tock Exchange. Agents for North Queensland for the NORTH BRITISH & M/iKCANTILE INSURANCE t/o., LTD. Authorised Capital, £3,000,000; Subscribed Capital, £2,750.000 Bterling. Agents for LANGLLY ...

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

I Tailor and Woollen Merchant. (Opposite School of Arte.) \j. y, j||TEYENS, in thanking the I - ~ « general Public for the unani , mons support accorded to him since opening in --a- t^e Arcade, begs respectfully to inform them that he is shortly expecting a Large Consignment of TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS -feom. both England and the South, when he hopes to be able to nlease the most fastidious in taste. The whole of the work is done directly under the personal supervision of J. F. STEVENS, and he guarantees Fit, Style, and Good Workmanship, as none but the most competent tradesmen are employed. Mew Ctoods tor the Present Season* E. HOBB8& ABJ3 just opening a Choice Lot of Goods, consisting of Clo£hs, Tveeds, Doeskins, Serges, and Sergerettes, &c., direct from Hie Manufacturers Orders Executed at the Shortest Notice AND At the Lowest Ileum iterative Prices for Ready Money. HaTing secured the services of F. G. Hobbs as Cotter, from Sydney, all Work will bt wider his supervisio...

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

VICTORIA SAW MILLS & TIMBER SALE YARDS. 4 R. CRAVEN. » TIMBER MERCHANT. HARDWOOD, PINE, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TIMBER, LIKEWISE Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Roofing Iron, and all Building Requisites. WYATT & GATES, Ironmongers, Undertakers, &c. VESUVIAN REFRIGERATING PAINT. AWARDED A SILVER MEDAL, AND PATRONISED BY THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT, This Paanfc is well known for its Refrigerating properties when applied to Iron Roofs or Houses. It is capable of reducing the temperafcny* am 10 to 15 degrees. Other compounds have been put in the markets of the Colonies for some time past, representing to fulfil the same pnrpoB^ feat they have failed to complete one half of what they have been represented to. This Paint is packed in 1 cwt. cases, two tins in each c&se. One can Ifill cover about 150 square yards (one coat), or 100 square yards (two coats.) If you wish to keep cool, use VESUVIAN PAINT. SOLE AGENTS, 1 WYATT & GATES, f CHARTERS t TOWERS. rr B...

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London Wool Sales. JUNE AND JULY SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Itondon Wool Sales. JUNE AND JUIR SERIES. The following were the principal sales effected in the various classes of Queens land wool specified from June 24 to June - 30 inclusive: GBEASY. DXMX conj / Teriea, 59 bales 8§d; pes 16 6|d. Brenda, 182 7|d; pes 230 7id; bll pes 25 5 fd : dmg 11 6|d. WA / Whyenbah, 131 7?d ; pes 44 7d. Fernlee, 18 7|d; pes 21 6fd; lbs 47 6£4i CC J Gordon Dns, 271 7|d; pes 50 5fd ; lbs' 94 6|d DSW I Normandy, 158 8|d; pes 30 6Jd; blls 13 8d, EHB / Minnie Dns, 206 9fd; pes 166 7|d; blls316£d. B in dia / Grlenlg, 124 7£d; pes 18 6|d; blls 13 154. AP & Co / Noondoo, 86 7fd; lbs' 3d 6|d. K & W in dia / jondarjan, 82 8|d ; dmg . 32 8|d. BE & Co J Logie Pins / Darling Dns, 75 8fd; pes 29 7£d. BLJ / Galiandon, 201 8|d ; pes 184 8&d. GF/ Peak Dns, 173 8£; pes 53 7£d; lbs* 34 7JLd. HMJN / Darling Dns, 232 9|d; pes 44 7f; dmg 22 8fdd. C &E / Corella, lbs* 268d M/Gowan Hills, JL/Gootibinga, 105 8fd 1146 7-8d HHB/Bonnie Dns. 220 W...

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Messrs. M'IIwraith. MEaehran, & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

JHessrs. IK'Ilivrallli, MEaeh ran. A Co.'s Report. Through Messrs Burns, Philip & Co, we have received Messrs Mcliwraith, MEaeh ran, & Co.'s report, dated London, July 8th, as follows: Wool.-During the past week there has been considerable activity in the Sale Room, and the attendance of buyers was larger than hitherto during this series. This may perhaps be ascribed to the considerably improved French competition. The better class of merino descriptions are in excellent demand at full prices, but the inferior and faulty kinds are fully 5 per cent down. Fine cross breds are also selling at prices well up to the average currency reding at all the sales held this year, but here again the low sorts show a decline of 5 per cent. Out of an available total of 387,000 bales, some 278,492 bales have been catalogued. ThiB quantity is made up as follows : Queensland ... New South Wales Victoria South Australia West Australia Tasmania New Zealand... Oape and Natal bales. 26,171...

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

J0C*. M| M MgTM The Eiiglisii sue&oo r*. £9 B 9 O- 'B ? duct? wx-igtit imvunrjitly B IS m E* (I to fud r ? B-B B BB K gjKtxiy ti;eaiis. Strict diet u B u4 uuwdiu drags' »«i BetessHT. PBATTS SYSTBII is universally adopted by professional turn, actors. fwicni and others, who MUST RIG ID SEEP DOWN OBESITY "COBPULBKCr A3TD HOW TO CUEB XT;" all intqvtiTC ?HDridet showing "Hm» to Act." esnt iii sealed apvdagm Mar tear stamps. Aobmwb-M* F. ALLAH, BOPBKB Jfc WflMg CHAMBKK8. HELBi>D£KE, Vic. Avoid base nUITB is Ow mOi an and practical Imtnat, Ml mast (n*«w itiihrtwj i-ulk Vttumt lm liHHh GOLDEN The Drink Habit vim acquired is poeitirely a IDISIE^SIB _ _ __ pore and simple, and h Imiger faahiC [uaKli^>iii>, «.>i u^iiuK, and Taiiiomi. In then Colonies THOUSANDS gnUbdlf .duiowhi|);< the efficacy and success of this great' Beinedy Can be us sd with <uj ^ withoot THE SUBJECT'^* Kjsuwi£tiGK. It is absolutely harmless, ?afe, sue and speedy. The "Golden Spec...

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Meat Export Company, Ltd. (Brisbane Courier). [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Meat Export Company, Ltd. (Urisbane Courier). A little over two months ago there was ^.delivered to the refrigerating stores at Fort 8aid of Messrs. Wills and Co., T-imitwl, the first consignments of frozen meat ever received -from Australia. The experiment of Handing frozen meat to Hie land of the Phaxoahs was .inaugurated by Messrs. Wills and Co., of London "and Liverpool, assisted by Messrs. IC'llwraith, M'Eacharn, and Co., of London -.and Melbourne, and the meat was supplid by J Messrs. Nelson and Sons, Limited, of New South W ales. From private advices received in Brisbane it is now clearly demonstrated that a tateStf- market tor the sale of oar surplus stock haB bepb opened up, and we may hope fully look forward to the establishment in a .short time of a direct trade with the Medi terranean ports, the central depot being at Port Said. There is a great dearth of animal food in Eygpt, and a large population which .is gradually increasing in number and its' -standard of living, t...

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

fcharters IjaWfiTs Athletic Association. T H IB D Grand Sporting Carnival TO BE HELD OS THE jpiiTiip spibj ihhbsii wr ^ , - ON . i"-' Thursday, and Ss^Burday9 3rd September, ®lfe , r--u ~ J?-y r XiT Patron; B. J. Sayers, Esq., 1LL.L, J.P,, * President: J, Mi|lie»n1jEsq., J.P. Vice-Presidents: A. H. Pritehard Esq, XP. H. P<Jrkins Esq John Cameron, Esq. Judges: A: H. Pritchard Esq. J. Gameron Esq. . Handicappers, Foot Haces : HlftHBra James Carroll and Sid Moose. Handicapper, Bicycle Baees: A. C. Xieyshon. - Starter: I James Canon, Esq* Referee; Bichard Kirkbride, Esq. Master ofTracke: H. J. Welding,Esq. Official Timekeeper Sid MooreEsq,, Committee: Messrs A. E. Campbell, D. Edwards, E.Shel driek, F. T. Watkins, E. Nelson, P. F. Byan, H. J. "Welding, W. Stabler «.wd H. Marsland, - Hon. Secretary: 0. Ii. Bncknell Hely. PEOGBAMME OF EVENTS ; CHARTERS TOWERS ATHLETIC ASSOCIA TION THIRD Grand HANDICAP 0££4O; distance, 150 yards; -1st man, £30 ; 2nd; man, ~£5i);;.3r|k man, £3 ; ...

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Pastoral and Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Pastoral am BummiL OUR Hughenden correspondent writes, stating that another bore has struck water on Cambridge Dovyns at a little over 600ft, the supply being about 1,000,000 gallons dailv. This is the fourth successful b jre on the run. A telegram wis received on , August 13th, by the Chief Inspector of stock, from the stock' in-p^cfcor afe Gladstone tp the effect that the steamer Cloncurry sailed for New.'Cale donia, on Monday night with 374 bullocks, 25 store pigs, and 25 sheep, all free from disease. THE Winton Herald says: " Artesian water has been tapped on Messrs Hebden Bros'. Wanaaring station, Paroo, the outflow being 1,000,000 gallons per day. The water was met with at 1300ft. It will supply many, miles of dry country. The water is fresh, with a temperature of 120deg. Fahr. The gas rising in connection with the water will maintain a continuous flame." A REPORT having been current, says the Courier, that the Dalgonally Meat Works, Normanton, had been stopped for want of wat...

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

ESTIMATES StTPPIiIBD FOB Cottages, Wool-sheds, A . & Shearers9 Huts ' Prepared Beady {or Erection, Gates & Sheep Hurdles i&M&SEASSORTMEBT OF Supplied ready for coins ®i6EHSLft« o PWLiUfiOvteOD tncmtW OEOAR.ORESOB Pt»C. " .tAUnmHIAHGEDWOOO&« BASSES BUILDING MATERIALS IRONNOHCERY 5TDVESMCES4* AfiGfwraftves. SOtRTtBQS MOUL04«si?iS TffBHEfiSf Large Stocks ...OF... Oils, Paints; Paint Brushes, Plain & Fancy Polished ...ABB... Silvered Plate* <51. ASS, TotofisViUJE Sham $fi*f Alio Pianing Mills Ado WoftDwMQE ffeersi(f~, Beer Engines, Bolte and* If ate, &e.t &c. REGULAR, SHIPMENTS A-TtRIVINO MONTHLY Wire Mattresses Manufactured on the Premises, of the Very Best Quality. Frames of Moulded Maple, Varnished and Finished in Best Manner. Mining Timber tongued and grooved lor shafting purposes, accurately fitted, prepared by machinery.

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

Mechanical. Engineer, GU N SM ITH, ?&C., <fcc.,;. - ... GILL STREET, Next door to the Police Barracks, Chfirc&rs Towers To t&c Fi*alepiti(yb - -P. Strang Has Just Received, and Has Now on View A Large (Assortment of sfomst. ukinui. All Requis.tes for the Gun mid Fishing Bod i ' Inspection Invited. MISS LAING, MILLINEFI, DEESS AND "HABIT J&AKER, * . NEXT MEDICAL HALL, dill-street, CHARLERS TOWERS "FAIR AND SQUARE" CONSULTATIONS '. ' 1 " ' ABE Tlie Original and Only Successful 5s. CONSULTATIONS in Queensland. The Names of Persons drawing Horses are never divulged. NOW OPEN Miners Union AssociaJ tion Handicap, Ran at Charters Towers, ? Sept. 15fch, 1892. 6000 SUBSCRIBERS at 5S. EACH. First Horse £600 Second Horse ... ... 300 Third Horse 1§0 Starters divide 75 Non-starters divide ... 75 2 Gash Prizes of £50 each... 100 2 " " £25 each... 50 6 " " £10each... . 50 10 " " £5 each... 50 20 ,, £210s each 50 £1500 39 Extra Cash Prizes. Special attenti...

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B. D. Mordhead and Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

B. O. Ilordhead and Co.'s Report. B. D. MORE HEAD and Co. report-. 11th August, 1892:-fat Cattle : 240 yarded. Prime beef a little firmer. Best bullocks, £4 5s to £5 2s 6d one yard extras £6; good, £3 10i to £A. Best Cows, £2 5s to £l 15s ; extras. £3 12s 61; inferior, £1 to £l 10s. We sold, on account of fl. P. Somerset, Caboombal, 50 bullocks at £4 5s to £5 2s 6d, averaging £4 13s 9d; an account of D. C. McConitel and 80m, 3 extra prime bullocks at £6; on account of JJ. Williams, Stone house, 42 bullocks (lightweights) to £4 5s, averaging £3 6s Id, also 10 cows to £2 15s, averaging £1 19s, and on account of Kent and Wienholt, Tarampa, 67 cows, averaging £2 Is 7d. Fat sheep: 3019 1 enned; prime unaltered; medium lower. Best wethers, Ss to 10s, extras 10<j 6d to] Lie; good, 6s 9d to 7s 3d; best crossbrecis, lis to lis 9d. We sold, on account of James Tyson, 220 merino wethers averaging 10s 2d. We offered 1060 wetfeers, early shorn, and sold 630 at 6s 6d to 6s 9d. Ijambs :...

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VICTORIA DERBY, [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

A BweepsfcakeB of 25 sovseach. 5ft, witti 1000 added. Second horse to receive 200, and the thi»i 100 60v8 out of the stake. For three-yearrolds--colts, Set 101b; fillies, 8st 51b. Geldings at the lame of winning all »wed 51b. One mile and a half. (IIS sub*,) Ifr O ^ornmers' br c Azim, by Newminster Znlpikfti ..? .*«* & - a MrD James* lire Broken B ill7by~Biehmond -Gratitude Mr P BusseU's br c Cobalt, by Richmond Blue Lake WrT BuBsell's ch c Idolater, by Newminster -Sina A f Mr W ® Wilson's b g Willyma, by Trenton --**aquita . "MY C Haimes' b c Hilltop, by Neckersgat Cyclone ...r Mr W Topple's ch g Goldtop, by Claptrap Hose Mr W Topple's b or br g Mainstay, by Clap trap-Eveline Mr H Goodman's b e , by Sir Garnet Gitana ,, Mr A Smith's fe c JEntieer, by Chatterer Temptation ^ Mr T Brown as b c , by HuggSfeden Streamer - Mr T Brown ns b c--, by Napoleon-Mies _ Jackson Mr J G Pritchard'e bl c Erebu6, by Nicholas -Fidalma Mr F Langloh Parker's b g Sandie Mohr, by M'Callum Mohr-Sa...

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Messrs. W. A. Ackers and Co's Report. Townsville, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Messrs. W. A. Ackers and ?«.'s Report. Townsville, August 19. j Messrs. William A. Ackers and Co., stock and station agents, Townsvil e, report:-Busi ness is rather quiet in stock matters and owing to the dryness of the season causing a scarcity of grass and water in some districts owners have been offering both male and fe male cattle at abnormally low prices Veiy much depends upon tie successful operation of the various meat buying and extract com panies To relieve the market a demand for good bul ocks is now being made to supply the requirements of the southern market, and we fully anticipate a substantial advance in value early next year. Sh aring is progress ing favorably at most stations and it is anti cipated that die clip this year will exceed that of last by a very considerable number of bales, and experts speak highly of the quality of the fleeces. The mining industry is flourish ing in the north particularly at Charters Tow ers and Croydon which latter field is rapidly co...

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Estimates For 1892-3. DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 24 August 1892

Estimates For 1892-3. DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. The following is the continuation of the summary of the Estimates for 1892-3, which   were laid on the table of the Legislative As- sembly on Thursday by the Colonial Trea- surer: — PAYMENTS FROM TRUST AND SPECIAL FUNDS Under this heading the most noticeable item is the vote of £17,000 for European Im- migration as against £20,000 last year. This includes 10,000 passage money ; £2000, ex- penses of shipment and medical treatment; £3000 contingencies England; and 1000 con- tingencies Queensland. Pacific Island labour shows and increase of over £6000, of which nearly £1000 is for payment of Government agents, and nearly £5000 incidentals, including refunds, return passages, &c. The Chief Inspector of Stock requires several additional inspectors, which is chiefly responsible for increasing his vote from £2885 to £3192. The vote for Registrar of Brands shows a small decrease. LOAN ESTIMATES. The estimated expenditure fro...

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

Domestic Intelligence. BIRTH. REDDIE. — On the 19th inst., at her residence, Gill-street, the wife of William Reddie, of a son. Both doing well

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

& GO., BRISBANE. ().I .V t - : - WALT£B SAVAttIS, - MOKMAN STUKKT. LSBI klfoxm laclraeiy, fee. && CORNISH BOILERS, . B«ul£ Jiroughout of Steel. ; lloarteCrasliiiu; Katteries, CoDceiitratons Pomps, Grinding Pans. Wradii^ Eiigiiiee of all Sites. CAM SHAFTS of Hammered Scrap Steel* F0RGJNGS op to 5 TOHB Weight CASTHI6S up to Ten Tons Weight. For the Station and Western Trade. Sheep Troughing of Wrought Iron, Boring Plants, Digesters, mfl ftll ywijwmwJ OLD&tB. TkrtAnmtew and SperificataoiiB Aee. igplr t» our Kanesentatiie for information (See address above.) EVANS, ANDERSON, PriELAN & CO*i BRISBANE,

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

REAR-ADMIRAL RICHARD C. MAYNE. Rear-Admiral Richard Charles Mayne O.B. entered the Navy in 1848, and served in 1854 in the Baltic expedition and in the Azov expedition, receiving for his services the Cri- mea and Turkish medals, with the Asoff   clasp, and being made a Knight of the Legion of Honour. As commander of the Eclipse he was specially mentioned to despatches in the campaign against the Maories in New Zea- land in 1868, being severely wounded while leading an assault on a redoubt at Radgiori. For his services he was again speeially pro- moted captain and granted the C.B. A's captain he commanded the Nassau on the survey of the Magellan Straits from 1866- 69. Admiral Mayne was J.P. for Middlesex and Pembrokeshire, and in 1886 entered Parliament for Pembroke and the Havorford- west district. He was the son of Sir Richard Mayne, the well-known Commissioner of Police.

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LACROSSE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

LACROSSE. (B7 TELEGRAPH.) BEIBBAKE, August 23. The New South Wales lacrosse team played a match against 12 of the Brisbane Club to-day, the game resulting in a draw, both sides scoring one goal. Bbisbake, August 25. The Sydney Lacrosse team played another match to-day against a combined team, and won by 1 goal to nil. Brisbane, August 28. The return intercolonial La Crosse match between New South Wales and Queensland took place on Saturday, when, after a fast and exciting contest, the game resulted in a draw, each Bide scoring a goal.

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