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CROYDON JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) GROYDON, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

CROYDON JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETINGS. (BY EEECTBIC TJEXEGBAPH.) (FROM OUtt OWN COBBEBPONBEIN:) GBOYDOX, JUNE 8. 1 Tke following entries have been received j for the annual meeting, which takes place | on Jul j 2nd ami 3rd: 1 Fltino ILOTOICAP, 6 furlongs.-h'edl&iids, [Venture, T^uin, Hub Xorman, Peter Simple, Saxby, Melrose, Liithologist. TuexxoBs Pirate, 6 furlongs.-Bedl&nds, ! Veatufe, Tarquin, Irishman, Peter Simple, SaxbyvMd^oBe/£^holo^Bfc. Bajxway SaJAEBB, miies.-Eedlonde, Lifchologist, Melrose, Inkermau, isSaadby* 'Tumin, Tajquin, IriBhmaa,Venture. , MlKBEfi' PiJKSB, 14 milfiS, - IrtthologiBt. I Venture, Turpm, T»rquin, Saiby, Interman, Melrose, Peter Simple, Marionette, Irish imui. --A* CJ".T. HAHDIOAJ?-LatliDlogisfc, Turpin, Marionette, Irishman, Venture, PeterSimple,. Melrose, Yufctendon. ? t COOK TO WK, June & The programme for the annual mefitingdf' the local Turf Club comprises a Maiden Plate of 30 SOTS; Flying Handicap of 30 sovs ; Town Plate of 75...

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THE WOOL MARKET. London, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

? -- : A THE WOQ& MABKET. | . London, June 10...,/] The wool market is steady and opening prices have been fully main tained. '

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Q.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. BRISBANE, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Q-TC. AUTUMN MEETING. BRISBANE, June 6. Tlie postponed races were continued to day. The weather was fair, and the attend ance good. Following are the results: BEDCLIFFJ5 PLATE, Of 100 sovs; second horse, 10 sovs; 7 furlongs. Mr. H. Paradise's brh Redfern, bj Golds - borough-Stella, 5yrs, 9st 8ib . ... I . Mr. J. Yernor's (ns), ch h Goldenstone, aged, 7st 41b ... ... ... ... 2 Mr, P. Nolan's ch f Splendide, 2yrs, 6st 101b a Seven others started. Won by a length. Time, Imin 32£sec, CB.ITEK.IOIf KCKSEBY HANDICAP. Of 150 sovs, for 2yr olds; second horse 20* sovs from the prize; 7 furlongs. Mr. C. E. Brown's b c Warby, 2yrs, 8st ' 41b 1 Mr. J. Finnie's b f Pet 'Girl, 8st 121b ... 2" 1 Mr. -Wilson's Rosy Dawn, 7st 21b ... 5 {. Eleven others started. Won rather easily, j Time, Imia 32§see. \ MOEETOV HANDICAP. Of 300 sovs ; li miles. Mr W. H. Kent's br c Elymas, by Sweet William-Eetelle. 3 yrs, 7st 71bs ... I Mr G. W. Murray's chh King Olaf, 4yrs, 9s* ... :... ... 2 Mr J. Finnie's b m Lurli...

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DISAPPOINTED AGENTSGENERAL. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

AOENT£ GENE RA.Ii. LONDON, June 11. Surprise iBexpressed at the Colonial Agents General being our t ted from the governing body of the Royal Colonial Institute.

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THE QUEENSLAND LOAN. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE QUEENSLAND LOAN. LONDON, June 11. The strong syndicate which took up the Queensland loan is supported by the Qn/eneland National Bank. The price obtained was slightly below 90.

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VIRTUE REWARDED. LONDON, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

VIRTUE REWARDED. I LOXDON. JUNE 11." Sir William Gordon Camming, the unsuccessful plaintiff in the Baccarat slander case, was to-day married to Miss Wamer, an ^American heiress, worth £20,000 a year. He was en gaged to the lady prior to the trial, bat she refused to accept the verdict, and insisted on carrying out the engage ment.

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CHEAP EDUCATION. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

CHEAP EDUCATION. LONDON, Jane 9. j In connection with the proposals of the Government to devote a portion of the surplus for the current year, towards the establishment of a system of free education, the Right Hon. Sir William Hart Dyke, vice-Presi dent of the committee of the Council on Education, moved in the House of Commons last night that an extra capitation grant of 10s per annum be made with respect to all children between the ages of 5 and 14 years in attendance at elementary schools. This motion will have the result of Tna.lrmg absolutely free two-thirds of the schools in England and Wales. .The proposal was well received, and a Bill embodying it will probably be read a second time, further con sidered, and then postponed until next session.

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A BLOODTHIR TY PRESIDENT. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

A BLOOBTHIR TY PRESIDENT. London, June 9. I Hews lias been received from Hayti with reference to the recent outbreak there, to the effect that General Hyppolite, President of the Republic, has defeated his enemies, and is putting the majority of them to death. jTEhe island of Hajti, in the West Indies, is about the size of Scotland, and is divided into itwo Republics, that of San Domingo, on tlie sast, and Hajti on the west. Hie popu lation of Hayti is about 600,OCO, tlie half of whom are negroes, and the rest French speaking Mulattoes. The legislative power rests in a National Assembly, divided into two chamber®, called the Senate end the Souse oL^opmoiiB. The latter is elected by the of all male residents for the term *^iitftree jears, while the members of the Senate are nominated tor two years by the'House of Commons from a liet presented by the electoral colleges. The executive power is in the hands of a President, elected by the people for four years, and wlio must have reached...

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THE BACCARAT SCANDAL. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE BAOCABAT SCANDAL. LONDON, «Tnne 9. 1 The Baccarat slander case was con cluded to-day, when a reidict was given in favor of fclie defendants. Sir W. Gordon. Camming having utterly Sailed to clear himself, will now be c«unpelledto retire from the army. London, June 10. Lord Coleridgesnmmed up against the plaintiff* and said it was almost incredible that any innocent man. would sign so .damning a confession as that signed by Sir W. Gordon Camming. He deprecated Sir Edward Clarke's comments upon the PriiiceofWalesand General Williams. The jury were only absent from the Court for seven minutes. When the verdict was announced it was hissed, and the defendants were hustled as they left the Court. ' * Later. ? . ? The Times says it profoundly regrets that the Prince of Wales was con cerned in the case, and that it is a serious matter for public regret that he was present when the alleged unfair play on the part of Sir W. Gordon Camming took place, and the Prince's gambling set was disco...

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DIED IN HARNESS. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

DIED m HARNESS. LONDON, Jane 9. I There was a memorable scene in the Canadian Parliament yesterday in connection with the death of Sir John A.. McDonald, the Premier. It was decided that a State funeral should be accorded to the deceased statesman. This will take place at Kingston, On tario, where Sir John, McDonald passed the earlier years of his lifr. A. telegram was read received from the Queen, in which her Majesty ex pressed deep sorrow at the death of the Premier, and Lord Salisbury also sent a telegram which seated that Sir John McDonald was one of tbe greatest statesmen that had ever di rected any destinies of the Colonies of Great Britain. A memorial service to the late Sir John. McDonald will be held in West minster Abbey. June 10. Sir John McDonald's body is now lying in State, and is being visited by great numbers of people. £Sir John McDonald, who was of Scotch descent, was born ill Ontario, Canada, in 1815. He was educated in Canada, called to the bar in 1836, and (sea...

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ANOTHER FIT OF MORALITY. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

ANOTHER FIT OF MORALITY. LONDON, June 10. The principal sufferer by the bacca- j rat slander case is unquestionably the Prince of Wales, on whom the odium ; of the trial has apparently fallen, i The morning and evening papers, and the provincial press unite in severely censuring the Prince and warn him that he is imperilling the monarchy. The Tories fear the ex posure will prejudice the next elec tions, for the Non-conformist preach ers, and writers are most outspoken in j their denunciation of what they term " the Prince of Wales* gambling pro-j elirities." It is understood that the Queen has remonstrated strongly with the Pi inc. The action of the defen dants in endeavoring to entrap Sir Gordon Camming, the romantic mar riage of the latter; tbe uncertainty to his guilt, and the wigging the Prince of Wales is receiving, are almost the sole topics of conversation in the pub lic conveyances, in the streets j and in the clubs.

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THE LAST CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE LAST CALL. Writing of The Last Call, Warden Gibson, of Cloncurry, says:-Martin's Creek, on which, is situated the new reefing centre now known as Henley, thirty-five miles south eouth-east of Cloncurry, was some four years ago thescene of animation as an alluvial dis trict, where a considerable number of miners succeeded in turning out fairly remunerative returns from comparatively shallow workings in the ratines running into the main water course. The gold won from this area was of excellent quality, from very fine dust to substantial nuggets, the wash occasionally revealing the presence of Jnsmuth, the prin cipal^inking largely composed of limestone and sandstone iron drift, occasioning extra labor in washing and much difficulty in separating from the gold. Likethe majority of shallo w diggings its reign was short, and, save from the inevitable presence - of the hopeful fossieker, became comparatively abandoned until the discovery of a rich leader by a miner (Thomas Burns) onc...

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VICTORIAN MINING. (From the Mining Standard, May 30th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

aj -C- ?fe,.. ' YlCTOB,IA3f MOVING. Mining Standard, May 30fcb.) 3?he annual report of the Secrefcaiy for Mines inVictoria, although, perhaps, not intended to do BO, furnishes rather depressing reading. There is not only an appreciable falling offin the yield of gold to be faced, as an unpleasant, fact, hut tiie expression of opinion that the winning of gold in large quantity, is daily becoming a more difficult and complicated process. Mr. Hovritt, after pointing out that the main decrease Is in the yield of alluvial gold, says:-" Doting the 30 years past, the whole of Victoria has been more or less - searched for auriferous alluviums. These deposits, wherever occur ring in considerable amount and at moderate depth, have been very generally searched out and worked. Each year, during the con tinuance of the prospecting grant, similar prospecting has been carried on, and we must, though reluctantly, conclude that, unless in more or less inaccessible localities, or at considerable dept...

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SPORTING NEWS. THE TURF RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

KACINdh FIXitJRES. June 18, 19 :.-Townsville AjanuaL June 17,18Kormanton Annual. . JmJe 25,26Maryborough Annual. July 2, 3:-Towers Annual. Weights June 20 ; acceptances and general entries Jime25. July 9,10:-fiavenswood Annual. July 2,3: - Croydon Annual. July 8, 9 Uoekliampton Annual. July 22, 23 :-Mackay Annnal. Entries for Handicaps, June 24; weights, July 8 acceptances, July 16. September 8, 9: - Cooktown Annual. Eniaies for Handicaps July 31; weights August 24; acceptances September 4; general entries September 5. : r-ffg;

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYD:NEY, June 5. The dispute between Che Soman Catholic Archbishop said the Anglican Primate on the question of precedence at public functions ha* been revived. The -Governor supports the Anglican riimate. Archbishop Moran, 1 therefore, declined attend any private . functions. He expressed a desire that the ; matter he settled amicably and privately.j He is on good terms with Iiord Jersey. Bishop Saumarez Smith feels that he will be compelled to demand what he considers fee rights attaching to his poiition. SYDHEY, June 5. Monday, the lSthinst., is to be fixed for nomination day in connection with the metropolitan elections. The polling will take place on the following Wednesday. This will affect fifty-three membeis of the Assembly. . The dates for the other consti tuencies have not yet been fixed. Parlia ment will be dissolved to-morrow. Ministers will commence the electioneering campaign 1 on Monday, otherwise there are little fresh j political matters to report. ...

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The Labor Dispute. THE LATEST PARTICULARS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) ADAVALE, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

The Labor Dispute. THE LA.TEST PARTICULARS. Br JEiiSCTBic TeiiSGkaph. (FROM OUB OWN COEEESPOKDENT6.) ADAVAIE, Jane 8. The number of men at t>1ie union camp has increased. There are about 130 now in it. many of whom are destitute. Their credit has been stopped except -with the butchers. Parties have been sent to Chaaeleville tor rafannK- but they are not likely to return for some time, and in. the meantime flour is very scarce. ? _ . The military are packing their supplies for 20 All the water courses are flooded again, and heavy floods are now coming down- The weather, however, looks better to-night. _ Work is proceeding on the stations so far as the weather permits. It is reported that a "large {party ,of free laborers»is coming, and a vigilant watch is being kept on all the stations. Jfo mails have arrived here for fourteen days. . The military forces here are being strengthened. ADAVAXE, June 11. The rations in the union camp are very short; the men have been living for some d...

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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

TUEF GOSSIP. (BY HBBMIT ) The A.J.C. Committee have removed the disqualification from W. libud. It will be remembered that he was disqualified in con dection with, tlie Marvel scandal about two years ago. Mr, Herbert Hunter has brought Theorist back again to Queensland, but the rest of his string, who were in training in Victoria, he has disposed of. Gildus was to have left for Townsville on Wednesday, but as the track there was not in a fi state to work upon, owing to the rain, his owner decided to let him remain here a few days longer. The number of entries received for the Towers Jockey Club's " Annual" Handicaps may be looked upon as most satisfactory, and they augur well for the meeting on July 2nd and 3rd. 1 here are in all 156 nominations received, which is an average of 19| per race. Mr. Finnie nominates largely, having no less than five horses engaged so it is al most a certainty that we shall see him amongst us. Weights are due on the 20th instant. At the Toowoomba Winter ...

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Special Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

jeeial Races. THESE 5s no doubt that in many places in the outlying districts horseracing is not what it was, and it is a bad sign when we see man y clubs which formerly advertised good fat pro grammes, in return for which they used to get a lot of horses and capital sport, gradually dwindling into insig nificance. Perhaps this may be to a certain extent accounted foe by the gigantic strides which hare of late years been made in this sport in the settled districts, and the great success which seems everywhere to attend it. Where there was one meeting ten years ago there are ten to-day, and with the increased facilities for getting about, horseowners in the coast districts, and at any point seached by railway communication* can get as much racing as they desire without putting themselves to the risk and inconvenience of tedious road journeys. There is one way in which, however, the prestige of many an old club may be maintained, or where lost, restored, and that is by offering someth...

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TOWNSVILLE TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

TOWNSVILLE TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (B7 mexBic inMBiPS.) (FROM ottr OWN- corhrspovdext.) Townstillb, June 10. The following acceptances have been de clared : CORINTHIAN CTTP-1 mile. st lb sfc lb Jack... ... 8 10 Messenger ... 8 4 Maid of Leeds 8 8 Foxhunter ... 8 0 My Man ... 8 8 " SEPARATION HANDICAP-7 furionge Refused ... 8 13 Traitor ... 7 4 Confidenee ... 8 9 Messenger ... 7 4 Tattler ... 8 9 MissConseq'nce 7 3 Mexican 7 10 Harvester ... 7 0 TOW* PiiATE-li miles. * Lnrliile ... 9 10 Leon ... ... 7 6 G-iidus ... 9 2* Confidence ... 7 4 Bartoft Blink 8 6 Toomba ... 6 9 Ivanhoe ... 7 9 Sunlight ... 6 9 Tatter ... 7 7 TOWNSTlXIiB CUP-If miles. Lurline ... 9 8 Imnhoe ... 7 7 Gildus ... 9 0 Sunlight ... 6 7 Barton Blink 8 4. Cato and Lady Sue are scratched in the Aplin Mile, and Lady Sue in the Bracelet. The following general entries were re ceived : Maiden Plate.-Marquis, Barbette, Silver spray, Harvester, Coogee. Johnny Gilpin Stakes.-Stanley. . Cluden Plate. - My Man, Leila, Pet ...

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TOWERS JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

TOWE8S JOCKEY ChUB. ASTFUAIJ MEETING. The following nominations were received on Tuesday for the handicaps m connection with the Towers Jockey Club Annual Meet ing, which takes place on 2nd and 3rd of July: - FETING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs.-*?oogee, Saladin, The Broker, Ivanhoe, Confidence, Shamrock, Refused, Le Prix, Abundance, Barton Blink, Castaway, Miss Consequence, Tattler, Messenger, Rebel, Traitor, Corsican, Foxhunter, Donovan. LADIES' BRACELET, a mile and a distance. Sunlight, Blazeaway, Mexican,Visor, Maid-of Lseds, Toomba, Jack, Corsican, Saladin, Afghan, The Broker, Samson, Messenger, Ueon, Harvester, Garryowen. TOWERS JOCEEF CLUB HANDICAP, 2 miles. -Barton Blink, Ivanhoe, Tattler, Shamrock, Lurline, Ralston, Corsican, Newbolt, The Broker, Morok, Tooniba. Rebel, Refused, Harvester, Gildus. MINERS PCRSE.-1 mile. Sunlight, Barton Blink, Saladin, Jessamine, Mexi can, Boma, Ivanhoe, Tattler, Samson, Confidence, Toomba, Messenger, Shamrock, Miranda, Leon, Pet Girl, Jack, Traitor,...

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