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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

BRISBANE STOCK EXCHAiCrE. (by TELEGBAPH.) BfilSBAKE, August 29. - The quotations to-day were:-No. 3 Day _ Dawns, b 2s Id, 8 2s 2d; few Hidden Trea sure, b 5s 2d, 6 5s 7d ; No. 7 ST.E. Queens, b 168 8d"; 3Vo. 2 8.E. Day Dawns, b 9d, s 10£d; Kelly's Queen Block, b 5s 3d; Fo. 6 Queens, s 5s ; Muldiva, paid-up e 3s 6d, con tributing s la 9d.

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CROYDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) CROYDON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

CROYDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) CBOYDON, August 29. The quotations are:-Golden Gate No 1 North Block, s 3s 6d; Golden Gate No 2 North, s 2e ; Gulden Gate 3 and 4, b Is, s 1B 5|d ; paid up, e 2s 6d ; Iguana Amalgamated, s 2sM; Iguana Extended, b 7£d, s9d, paidap b 2s, s 2s 6d; Ieabelle Block, b 9d, s Is; Moun tain Maid United, b 7d, s Is 6d ; True Blue Block, b 2s lid, 8 4s ; True Blue Extended Block, b 4d, s 8d; paid up, b Is 5d, s 16 9cL The sales were : - True Blue E attended Block, 500 at 41, paid up, 400 at 1b 6d. The market is very doll.

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Pastoral and Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

Pastoral anfl Gtwrcial. MB. A M. JS kwman has been appointed agent for the CoLonial Mutual lave Stock Insurance Company, which accepts risks on racehorses, prize rattle, sheep, and indeed every ela-s < if stock. Messrs Aplin, Brown and Co., Townsville, advise ns iixving received the following cable from their ' ondon agents :-*' Ant werp wool i-a'ee about equal to closing rates oflastLon on sales." In another column appears the pros pectus of tli-* Herbert River Meat Export Company, Ltd, .which is being formed for the purpose of preparing beef for export by salt ng and canning in the latest improved methods. The Herbert River dis trict. is admirably situated for the purpose, for it is easi !y reached from the back country, md in the driest seasons elsewhere there is abundant grass there. This year, for instance, thrre is splendid pasturage. The Graziers' Bu chering Corr pany in Brisbane is doing a hjg business with Java and the East, and a< the teeming millions...

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R. D. Morehead and Co.'s Report. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

B. D. Korchead and Co.' Report. (by TEIiEGEAPH.) Brisbane, August 25. Messrs B. D. Morehea^ and Go. report as I follows -Two hundred and eighty cattle 1 wers yarded to-day, and prices we^s 5s per ' 3iead lower. 8100 sheep were penned, prime' 4 "were unatered, but merinos were a shilling i lower. We sold 180 cattle and 916 sheep. j it. D. MOBEHU&d AND CO. report Aug. 18th | 3Tat Cattle: 387 yarded. Market doll at somewhat lower rates. Best bullocks, £4 7s ! 6d, to £4c 17s 6d ; one yard extras, £5 7s 6d, good, £3 17s 6d. to £4 2s 6d; light weights, £2 10s to £3 5s; best COWB, £2 2s 6d. to £3 lite; mothers £110s. We sold on account of 3EL P. Somerset, Caboombah, 73 bullocks, from £3 l7e 6d to £4 5B; £3 19s 4cL On account of M-Fahey, 34 bullocks to £3 5B. On account of executors of the late W. H. Barker, 123 i cowb, up to £3 10s averaging £2 3s 6d. On account of G. H. Basfimgthwaight, 18 light j weight bullocks, averaging £3 2s Id, and 1 row at £2 3J0S, On accountBacon and Co, 2...

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London Quotations. (BY CABLE). LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

London Quotations. (BY CABLE). ] IiONDOX, AttffUfit 16- ! The Bank of England weekly returns issued ] to day show the stock of gold coin and bullion I in the isBue department to be £26,062,000.1 The reserve in notes and coin in the banking ] department amounts to £17,332,000. The j proportion of reserves to liabilities is 48i per | cent, being 2f per cent more than last week. The circulation (excluding bant post bills) is £26,450,000. The public deposits amount to £4.034,009, and other deposits to £31,756000. The Government eecruities are £11910,000, and other securities £24,678,000. Copper, Chili bars (cash quotation), £445B. per ton; business steady. Tin, Straits (three months' quotation), £93 5b. per ton. Pig iron, Glasgow warrants, No. 1, 41s. 10Jd, per ton. (lermam beet sugar, 88 per cent, 13b. 4|d. per cwt. Java sugar, No. 14,15s. 6cL; market firm. Adelaide wheat, ex warehouse, per 4961b., 34s., market weaker; Victorian wheat, 33s., market weaker; New Zealand wheat, long i ber...

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London Wool Sales. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

London Wool Sales. (BT CABLE.) LONDON, August 23. The Antwerp wool sales opened to-day when there was a good attendance. T he bidding was animated, and previous prices were maintained for all kinds. 1250 bales of River Plate wool were sold oat of the 2250 catalogued. There is a hopeful one for the next series in Xtondon. LONDOK, August 26. Prices at the Antwerp wool sales are weaker, being 5 centimes per lb under those of the opening day. Half the wo .1 offered during die day was withdrawn.

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The Frozen Meat Trade. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

The Frozen Ileal Trade. LiONDON Jul J 15. I Mr A. Towers managing director of the Central Market Gold Air Stores, Ltd, London, reporte as follows:-"The feature of the past 14 days has been the continued depreciation in the value of Australian Mutton, largeley owing to the arrival of the " Duke of Argyll'' with a heavy consignment on board. The " Coptic" also has arrived with the usual cargo of Sew Zealand 84eat. The demand generally has continued to be very sluggish and the same difficulty is experienced in selling large quantities. .Hie present stock in L ondon is a heavy one, which must be reduced a considerable degree before much improvement in prices can be looked £or. Mutton-The demand is of a very ordinary character, and to effect some clearances of stocks, prices a fraction lower than those given below are being accepted. The large difference between the values of New Zealand and Australian mutton, so apparent at the close of last year, is again repeated, and the tendency of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

(DTTEBIM) PROSPECTUS of the HE|BR£BT RIVER MEAT EXPORT COMPANY, LTD, INGHAM, OAPITAI : £10 000 (with power to increase) in 10,000 Shares of £l Each. 2s 6d per share on application, 2s 6d on allot ment, and the balance in instalments of 2B 6d per share at intervals of not lesB than three months. Shareholders pay ing calls in advance will receive at the rate of 7 per cent, interest on the amount thus paid in advance of Calls. Provisional Directors: HOB. A. S. COWLEY, Brisbane W. G. EWAST, Water view and Gunnawarra P. O'BRIEN, > arpentaria Downs S. PHILP. M.L. A, Brisbane £. H. T. PnAUT, Charters Towers fi>. H. RAMSD 'N, Kangaroo Hills (With power to add.) Bankers: tCfflB QUEENSLAND N ATIONAI, BANK, LTD. Solicitors : ROBERTS & LEU, Townsville. Brokers : Messrs W. ESXJ^ETT&CO., Brisbane. . GEO. ARMSTRONG, Townsvilie. Messrs COWLEY & ( ocaBANS, Ingham E, H. ATTON, Charters Towers Messrs HAKBING & WIXSON, Herberton. Secretary pro tem. L. J. COWLEY, In...

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SERVICES REQUIRED. (Services from and to, and to and from). [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

SERVICES EGQDIBKD. (Services from and to, and to and from). 91. New Hidden Valley (Mount Wyatfc, and Bulii Greek, via Conway's, Yacamunda , The Bridge, Bowman's and Mount Douglas; return route via Twee a Hills, A.von Downs, YTacamunda, and Conway's if required, once a week 94. Townsville and Ravenswooi J unction via Thornton's Gup, Argentine (Star River), Dotswood and Fanning River {Station, once a week. 96. Gar goon and Hughenden, t'a Reedy Springs, Mou it Emu Plains, Mount Sturgeon and Wongalea, once a week, 96A.. Or alternitve : Car goon and Huglien den via Seedy Springe, Bfount Emu Plains, Chudleigh Park, Mount Sturgeon, and Won i galee, omitt ng Chudleigh Park on the return journey, once a week. 97. Pentland and Georgetown, via Upper Cape, Lolworth, argoon, Wando Vale, Crai gie, Pandanus reek, Lyndhurst, Carpentaria Downs, Goldsmith's Creek, Big Reef, and (Jnarleston, once a week. 107. Winton and Clone urry, via Aryehire Downs, Dagworth, Kynuna, Pen >la, Eulolo, Mackiolay, b...

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Shipping News. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

. V:-; A||BP?Ali8. ' August 23.-Arrawatta, 8, Captain W <5 Lee, from Southern ports, passengers Mesdames Cornwall, Smeaton, Greig and "Mil, JC Wuddell,Egan, Laurence, Barnard, ; "Sell, Livingstone . Misses Suter, Pigdon; the _/flon J JJeane; Messrs Thirlo*dy, Von .Bertouch, W B>. Von,, Steiglitz, Y tuter, J 'A Graham, Smeaton, Rdey, Burgess, W Aldis, I Brennan, J Forsyth, V Spann,W - L G Draw, Will Robertson, A 8 Bean, i Robley, Raymond, E Milter, C P Downes, J Wiuiace, JSgan, Bahmeger, J Dean, Pid ' gon, S Hinton, H Green, J Milne, Laur ence, Barnard son, G Barnard, A Paterson, Bobertson, A Stewart, A J Potier, A A Yound, selL For Northern ports-Mes dames Morton, D Bann, Y H Boyle; Hiss Lamont, Or Ziilman; Messrs W H Haigh, H . C Pawsey, 5 Pawson, W G Carvell, T A Bennett, Geo Babbington, N H Boyle, A X Minto, and 42 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Go, Ltd, ogems. August 24-Quiraing, s Captain Thom son, trom Gulf ports. Passengers-From 'ihurediy Island: Miss Jihuali...

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THE NORTH Queensland Register PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1892. A Privileged Class. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

THE NORTH PUM>I6HED WEEKXY WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1892. A Privileged Class. THOUGH Mr. S A YE Re' amendment was 1 only supported by six members it has { the hearty concurrence of four-fifths of the people of the colony and the dis cussion it evoked cannot but fail to damage the reputation of the Govern ment, the members of which have shown their determination to protect the civil servants from financial harm. The scale of redactions proposed by Mr. SAYEUS was eminently just and reasonable, bat had it been carried Brisbane garden parties and Brisbane drawing rooms wonld have been shorn of their brightest and best, and the pillars of Brisbane's existence would have been sadly shaken. Though the voting was all one way the argument was the other, and Sir Thomas MCILWRAITH'S face mast have been a study when Mr CAMPBELL asked why the former's recommendation to laborers to accept a lower rate of re muneration during the depression did not apply to the civil servants. Re duction in the sa...

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LATE CABLES. THE CHOLERA SCOURGE. LONDON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

THE CHOLERA SCOURGE. LONDON, August 29. ' w Cholera has appeared at Bremen, j and is increasing alarmingly at Ham- j burg, where there were 200 deaths on Saturday. The disease is spreading j in the neighboring towns and districts ' There is a great exodus of wealthy people, and prayers are being con- j tinuonsly offered up in the charches. Two sailors at Grimsby at Yorkr . shire, and one at MiddJesborough from Hamburg, have been attacked | by cholera, and the latter has died, j Two hundred and fifty deaths have occurred at Havre from cholera. It is thought all trade will be pro hibited between Great Britain and the Continent until the disorder abates., Pitiful stories are told of the scenes in Hamburg. In one big build ing in the poor quarter 34 people died, including a family of six. If the disease is not checked, it is feared the life insurance companies will get a shaking, especially as they suffered so much from the influenza epidemic. THE BRIDGEND CATAS TROPHE. LONDON, August 2...

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Tragedy on the Tiles: or, the Green-eyed [?]onster. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

'X'ra.gedF' ozi tlie ?37<OMs»1sf ? ,' HA, iia J wfaat do l see ? Semohna *J&ne flirting with Jheopbilus Tom. Let her be wwfa lefcher beware!' . .

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Growing Younger. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

Crrowius Youager. The young elim of 23 was wont to meet the man of forty in a social way among the ladies, and it was his delight to poke fun at him and make life a burden to him as much as possible. he older man was big- and good' natured, and seemed to enjoy it, until one ' day the elephant turned on the gnat and held, up hisyouth and boyishness in such a fashion, that he was angry all over, and his vanity was punc nred full of holes. Laker he met the big man at tbeir lodging ! house. 1 Look here,' he eaid to him hotly, * I dont want you ever to talk to me that way again.' * What way ?' inquired the big man smil ing * A« you did last night.' * What did I *ay ?' ' You eaid 1 wasn't old enough to know better.' 4 Well, if I did, aren't you showing this very minute that 1 was right ?' ' It s none of yonr business what I am or am not and I won t have it, I tell you,'': protested the slim, losing more temper on every word. * My, my/ exclaimed the big man, * you are younger than I though...

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The Policeman Knew Better. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

The Policeman Knew Better. Policeman-*Come down out o' that, young feller.' Reporter-' But I'm a reporter and I want to get a description of stlie fire.' Policeman-* i'o the devil wid you. Sou can't stay the > e. You kin foind ouc all about the foire from the p&pe s in the morning.'

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Give Him A Chance. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

Give Hint 4 Chance. Hosfietter BicJinais proposed to Jiiss Esmeralda longcoffio, the belle of Harlem, one day last week, dtie replied: ' 1 want you to distinctly undersiand that I reiuee t > be jour wife.' 4 No*,. don't say that, at least nit yet. Wait .until next 25-ttu d*y before you Bay positively that you will not marry me,' said Hostetter with tears i« bis eyes. * Why wait u. til £>atu <Jay ?' * Becitusb before you reject me I want you to eee mv t.-ew guii, and i'li get it fr^m the tailor's iViday night Just wait till you see me io diem lavender punts before you say I'm not the apple barrel of your expec tations.'

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An Important Omission. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

Au Important Omission. The mothers suspicions were aroused and that night when the young man left the house, and ttte daughter came upstai B, she interviewed her. * Itlizabeih,' she said eteraly, ' v idn't 1 hear Mr. JSimpiey kissing you in the parlor as I came along die hall V * ao, mamma, you dido t.' responded the daughter emphatically. * Weil, uidu't he try to kiss yon ?' per sisted the mother. * Yes, mamma,3 demurely. The mother spoke triumphantly. * i knewit, she said. Did you permit hiT to . do so ?11 .llfo^lLa'aia^ I didnot, I told liini you had friwap taught me that I should not permit any young mau tokiss me, * ihat waB right, that was right, my dear,' said tho mother encouragingly. 4 And what did he say to that?' Thegirl biushedbut was undaunted. ?' ever told me I was not tokssa youn^ man.' The uiother began to feel that possibly she harf^onaijbed link ta the chain of "her instructions. ? . /' , _ "What did'you tell -him ?' she asked *'\"VJ'-'- *' ' " ;? i caid I dida't r...

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An Anxious Passenger. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

TRAVELLER (to man at the wheel) : ' Why has the boat stopped ?' * loo much fog; can't see the river ?' * Bat you can see the stars overhead?' ' Yes,' replied the urbane pilot: ' but tilt the hiler bu'sfcs we ain't going that way.'

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AGIN THE MISSION ARIES. LONDON, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

! AGIN THE MISSION ABIES. LONDON, August 23. 1 The agitation against the Christian missionaries in China has been re vived.

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THE AFGHAN TROUBLE. LONDON, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

THE AFGHAN" TROUBLE. r A J_ AA IdOsrsoN, August!». Russia has assured China that Yanoff's is merely an. exploring ex pedition, and Russians will not occupy any position in the Pamir. Governor Wakhan has reported to the Ameer on the conflict of Aktash, and complains of the high-handed conduct of the Russians, who are en croaching on Afghan territory, and shooting Afghan subjects. The Hazaras have been driven back by the Governor of Candahar, from Chainan. The Ameer's troops are Buffering from want of food. Cholera has appeared at Cabul. A Dalziel's telegram states that 20,000 Russians have been ordered tp Afghanistan; it is believed the rumor is a canard.

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