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Northern Supreme Court. 3RD June, 1891, IN CHAMBERS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Northern Supreme Court 3RD June, 1891; IK CHAMBERS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb. Ik rf' J. A. Reynolds, insolvent, Mr. Boss,, for Official Trustee in Insolvency, Mr. Blood Smyth applied under section 127 of the In solvency Act of 1874 for leave to sue Pat rick Bryan, a bill of sale holder, over alleged assets of the estate. For advice as to per sons to sue in respect of such bill of sale an* order was made for leave to serve notice of motion for 14th inst for an order to set aside the bill of sale as void against the trustee, and that Patrick Ryan may be ordered to pay the trustee £80, the value of the plaintiff's commission in the bill of sale,, the same having been sold by him, with costs of the motion and of this application. Cer tify for counsel on this appeal. King v. A..J.S. Bank.-Mr Macnaughton for plaintiff, Mr Jameson for ctefendant. Mr Jameson applied to amend edS^ons as against plaintiff's judgment for costs-taxed, so as to ask that at £117 18s 4d an equal amount o...

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RAVENSWOOD JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] RAVENSWOOD, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

JBAVENSWOOD JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING-. (by elecxbic telegbaph.) [from OPB OWff COBEESPOSDEBTT.l Bavexswood, June 11. The following entries have been received: Flying Handicap- Afghan, Sunlight, Messenger, Broker, Bavenswood, Samson, Olesid, Foxhunter, Miner, Acrobat, Le Prix. Welter Handieap.;--Chancel (Esophagus Stanley, Acrobat, Gleam, Le Prix. Publicans' Parse.-Sunlight, Afghan, Mes senger, Toomba, Ivanhoe, Carleston, Laon Visor, Maypole, Foxhunter, Le Prix, Coogee Samson, THstrict Plate.- Bavenswood, Carleston, Stanley, Maypole, March Fly, Le Prix, Coogee. Shorts Handicap.-Afghan, Sunlight, Mes senger, Bavenswood, Miner, Foxhunter, Gleam, Coogee, Kellie. Miners5 Purse.-Heniy James, Stanley, Acrobat, March My. Le Prix Jockey Club Handicap.-Afghan, Sunlight, Messenger, Toomba, Broker, Ivanhoe, Har vester, Carleston, Leon, Yisor, Sampson, Oleaid, Maypole, Foxhunter. Town Plate.-Messenger, Maypole, Fox hunter, Toomba, Acrobat, Broker, Samson, Gleam, (Esophagus, Coogee, Stanley. F...

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ASCOT RACES. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

ASCOT BACES. (BT CABLE.) Ifosraxrar, Jane 10. ASCOT DERBY.-Colonel North's St Simon tiie Sock, 1; Barbelle, 2; Crevasse, 3. ASCOT HUNT COP,- Lady Vemon, 1; Hfr. John Hammond's Laureate, 2: BothweU, . 3

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

FOOTBALL. . Owing to the wet weather last Saturday the scratch match of the Queenton Hangers (British. Association Eules) was postponed until to-day when the kick off will take place at 4.30 p.m. Team A.-Goal, McAl lister ; backs, Smith, Ferguson (captain) ; balf-backs, A. Smith, Ashwortli: forwards, Bower, Armour, Holt, Stevenson, Donald, Spray. Team B-Goal, ferine ; backs, J. Alexander, Scott : half-backs, Forrest, Hami'ton (captain) ; forwards, D. Q,uinn, leader, Jones, Dimgarel, Lauder, Q.uin. Tffr A. .Mitchell will officiate as referee.

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IMPERIALS V. RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

IMPERIALS V. KANGrERS. prevailed and forced Campbell to save. Shortly afterwards the Imperials made a rally, and disaster nearly ensued, owing to' Campbell getting a free kick. When the ball was returned, Campbell picked it tip in the field, and made a grand drop kick for goal, which was just a little to one side Adair relieved the Banger's goal by a nice nui, winding up with a serviceable' kick. The ball was then taken by Ryan, who sent It back into the Banger's territory with a fine kick. The Rangers again assumed the aggressive, but Nelson re lieved his side by a fine run up the wing. Th- Sanger? the a again prevailed and Mullins was conspicuous in a good rush, which once more forced the Imperials on the defensive. About this time Pike made a clever ran, but was neatly - grassed by Kendall at the finish. When half time was called the ball was in the middle of the ground. On resuming, the Imperials rushed the ball to the Ranger's gaol, and some fumbling by Pike nearly resulted dis...

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

PE DESTRIAJriSM. The Cttrrington Professional 75yds Handi" cap, wor& 50 so vs., vas run on May 27th* The sport was capital, Bays a Sydney papers a Mwiph being the fact that H. Uoian can two dead heats with W. Abbott before lie could defeat him by a very little. One of the earnest and most honest runners on the tracks, the negro C. A. Murray, won the final, which was in every way a red-hot heat, as will be seen by the names of the contest' ants. There were 13 preliminary heats, and the second round produced groat running. The final resulted: C. A. Murray, 7yds 1 J. Butler, 5fyds , 2 Or. Kemp, 74yds ... ... ... 3 Si. T. Noonan, 54yds ... ... 4 Betting: 2 to 1 on Murray, 2 to 1 v But ler, 3 to 1 Noonan. 5 to 1 Kemp Murray just outlasted Butler's desperate dash, and won by six inches. The winner, Murray, is well known on Char'ers Towers. WITH a view apparently to restrict immi gration under the " nominated passages'3 sec tions of the Immigration . Act of 1882, to classes of uers...

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SHIIPPINING HENS [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TOWSNSVILLE. ARRIVLAS [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

[BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH-] TOWSTSVJXLE. ABttmifi. June 5.-Guthrie, s, Captain Helms, from Hong Kong, via ports. Passengers-Mes dames Leong Sing Hing, Day, M'Kenzie and child, Kelly and three children, Holtze; Misses t arruthers, Balk, Jarutech; Messrs Leong Sing Hing, Ord, Fleming, Stedford, Hendren, Day, Aitken (2), Cunningham, HaepheL, Rhodes, M'Kensie, Kelly, Holtze, Edwasd Fox,Master Holtze. and six: steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd. agents. June 5.--Clyde, seliooner, Captain Mine han, from Whitsunday Passage, fiooney aud Co., Ltd., agents. June 5-Laura, schooner, trom Korman ton. June 6-Gambier, s, Captain T. B. Richardson, from Southern ports. Passen gers-Mesdames D. C. Gilchrist, Verney, Miller, and two children; Misses A. F, Gil christ, G. Keane, N, Hayden ? Drs. White, Redmond, Messrs. T. Bull, E. G. Swan, W. Payne, G. R. Griffiths, W. Forsyth, T. Jones, Q-. Fleck, T. Beeston, M. Jones, D. Dixon, A *£. Keeple. t or * orthern ports Mrs. McPhee, Miss Davis, Dr. Nava...

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

DEPASTURES. June 5-Guthrie, a, Captain Helms, for Sydney. Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd, agents. Jane 6-Gambier, s, Captain 3. B. Bichamlson, for Cooktown, via ports, with inails for Thursday Island and Gulf ports. Passengers-Mesdames McPhee, Gregory and child; Misses Davis, Kenny; Dr. KaTam,; Messrs. D. A. Davidson, H Haniey, fi. Pritz, W. A Southerden, £. Sunt, P. O'Brien, D. Bodges, 6. K. Lotherington, and seventeen in the steerage. Wm. Howard Smith and Sons, Ltd, agents. June 8-Christina Gollan, s, Captain Heede, for the wreck of the Moltke. June 8-Changsha, s, Captain Williams, for Hongkong, via ports. Passengers-Mrs. Tom Tip, and eight steerage. June 6-Burdekin, e, Captain Seir, for Port Douglas, via ports. Passengers-Messrs McPherson, Jack, and seven steerage. June 8-Clyde, schooner, Captain Mine l»an, for North. Eoouey and Co., Ltd., agents. June 8-Aramac, s, Captain J. E. Mea- J burn, for Melbourne, via. Southern ports. Passengers-^-Mesdames Elder, Berwiatr and two children. Jo...

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EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

EXPECTED AERIYAXB. From Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports Cintra, to-day, Saturday, 13th June Wodonga, Tuesday next, 16th June. Lean, Saturday, 20th June. Barcoo, Tuesday, 26th June From Cairns, Geraldton, Mourilyan, Card well, and Dungenese Palmer, to-day, Saturday, 13th June and thence weekly. From Port Douglas Cairns, Geraldton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dunge ness Burdekin. to-day, Saturday, 13th June, and thence weekly. From Cooktown and intermediate ports Arawatta, Sunday next, 14th June. Cintra, Wednesday next, 17th June. Wodonga, Sunday, 2 let June. Iieura, Wednesday, 24th June. Barcoo, Sunday, 28th June. From Burketown, Normanton, Thursday Island, &c. Cintra, Wednesday next, 17th June. Leura, Wednesday, 24th June. Expected arrivals at Townsviile ^ from London: - Merkara, Thursday next, lfiMjpe Jumna, Thursday, 16th JujP^ Jelunga, Tliursday^I3th August Dorunda, Thursday, 27th August Duke of Argyle, Thursday, 10th Sep tember Taroba, Thursday, 24th September Tara,...

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The Storyteller. SWEET IS REVENGE. [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXIII.—AT THE RECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

. , . - . By J. FITZGrEEALD MOLLOY, Axiltor of " Sow Cattle He Dead ?" " That Villain Romeo" A Modern, Magician. Sfc., $c. [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [AN BIGHTS EESEETED.] CHAPTEB XXIII.-AT THE RECTORY. Coming1 homeward through the Hayton Pine Wood two gamekeepers ladjia the twilight of a su mmer even ingstnmbled over the seemingly life less body of Lord Hector Maynes. ^^ acciderits and adventures attend their calling somewhat accustomed iheco to fiQch sights as they now treheld, jgfei they at once concluded the uncrap^ious man wag the victim of an attempted or an accomplished murder. Use had made them skilled in attending such disasters, and one of them going down on his knees lifted the bruised and bleeding head jbf £h|$ unknown man with one hand whilst with the other he felt for the f: heart beat which would determine if life still remained in this battered and fractured body. * Is he dead, Jim?' his companion asked * Don't know, if he's not he been't far from it. You run t* rectory,...

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Miscellaneous Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Miscellaneous Kotes. W KITING oil til© question of electric" Ugliting a confcributorto Truthe&\&--" I have? been endeavoring to discover exactly what is ftfop. price of electric lighting, for all my Mends who have introduced it into their fywisfts are either in a state of ecstasy at its being bo cheap, or in despair at ite being so dear, the fact being that what is burnt is no criterion of what is paid for. This is due to the meters, which do-Hot register correctly. Experiments with, meters have been made by the Board oE Trade, with- the result that the best is Aaron's meter. The House of Commons is now lighted in part with, elec tric lamps, and it is proposed to extend them. At first it made its ovm electric light - now it takes it from a Company. Here are the calculations of the Superintendent of Hie electric-lighting department, based on ex perience. It costs 4Jd per unit to make the ? light, exclusive of interest oil plant; if made in large quantities, it ought t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

** ,- « .1 .' ~ . *..'. 4 V ^ tV < * "Jr>* <** *P$ fesgs&sl: 0- ' ^ ' t * Vi^aMiBw4i«»" Y * * If * ^ ^ \ -~^ if <l Jr Y. :Z -fS a Highly Sensational dhaia^btsr, with many thriflikg mil and dramatic, the dialogue is epigrammatic *J*' ..'*:*.. V - ?'. ? "... - ? . ? 1- '.' . .?-???>; - what is to follow. *) fO«DAYJS ISSU1 OF xomna* mtvtxG . _ ALSO CONTAINS '-LlV-J "'VV' " 'V,? y -.' "" y > L-."" '-V' ° 1 : " ' ' ';V' .?-' . V: ?' '' ' ] / J* V" " r":".? "r./''"':..'.?? v f'Y tY ?';???: THE NEWS OF W WiBE, i t r' - x. - ^ "-i; Al;. ' jf * J " t5' ** i * v ?Vs «, - .. . .. 4"i C.r , -T v" 3 &S«\ * r , MININU, mm. ^. ?6k-; 53-; , V' A, nv ' ** . " * V> r J ^ fVWJl. V' ' f ^ JS r * \ . ^ \ / ..\ T'/f. 'v ^ 1 «v ,^v »s»# 4" /v ^' 2j| /tr> *o 4. t"Vv f :-" ',.'' *'? 'v ? :: :' ~^v'" . '- ? '" ^r'Y- / -C'-.'-' - r" § ly^ ;*v ? ^ f i .*10 iV ri ^ V" i *.' ' 4 ^ .- > ^^' ?. ti ^ tl x& ' ' - - ? is J,/ 4U i W " * 1 - Sfe...

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A Cowardly Action. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGEAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

A Cowardly Action. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGEAPH.) (FROM OCR OW5T CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, June 8. Members of the Permanent Artillery have been, oil unfriendly terms lately} the men having a grievance against Sergeant Clark. On Saturday morning {Sergeant Clark was surprised to find, on leaving Ms room, a, carbine loaded with a ball cartridge pointed towards the door of the bedroom occupied by himself and Sergeant Somerville. The car bine had been fastened to the bannister of a flight of steps leading to the basement floor. A long piece of string attached to the trigger was connected with the door of the bedroom on the other side of the passage, in such a way that if the door had been opened before the contrivance was discovered, the carbine must have been discharged, and the bullet would have entered the room occupied by the two sergeants. Detectives are investi gating the matter. The republic of Mexico is ajiffmcingi* civilisation and humanity. Biill fighting has been abolished in the Qwy ...

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A Want of Confidence Vote. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ADELIADE, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

| A Want ©f Confidence Tote. [be ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH."] Adelaide, June 9. IN the Assembly to-day Mr. R. J. Kelly moved the adoption of the Address-in-HepIy, and Mr. Hancock seconded, it. Dr. Coekburn, the Leader of the Opposi tion, then replied, and unexpectedly cloged his speech with an amendment that " This House regrets the absence frotn his Fxeel lency's speech of any allusion to a measure for providing for the befcier utilisation of the large-landed estates." Mr. Playford, the Premier, briefly but somewhat warmly replied, and accepted the motion as one of want of confidence, and after a little fuirther speaking, the debate was adjourned till to-morrow. It as understood that Dr. Coekburn lias no chance of success, as the Opposition are annoyed at his anticipating Mr. Holder, who intended to move a similar vote to morrow. The members of the Opposition appear to be quite bewildered by Dr. Cock burn's action. Mr. Parsons gave notice of motion in the Assembly to-day for orders to sec...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

PROJECTED DBPABTUBHS. For Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports Arawatta, Monday next, lotli June. Cintra, Thursday next, 18th. Jane. Wodonga, Monday, 22nd Jane. Leura, Thursday, 25th June. Barcoo, Monday, 29th-June. For Cooktown and intermediate ports Cintra, to-day, Saturday, 13th June Wodonga, Wednesday next, 17th June. Leura, Saturday, 20th June. Barcoo, Wednesday, 24th June. For Cairns, Geraldton, Mourilyan, Card well, and Dungeness Palmer, Tuesday next, J une 16th, and thence weekly. For Port Douglas, Cairns. Greraldton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dunge ness Burdekin, Monday next, 15th June, and thence weekly. For Burketown, Normanfcon, Thursday Island, &c. Cintra, to-day, Saturday, 13th June Leura, Saturday, 20th June. Expected departures from Towneville for London Tara, Tuesday next, 16th June. Merkara, Tuesday, 14th July. Jumna, Tuesday, 11th Augdsfe. Jelunga, Tuesday, 8tli September. Dorunda, Tuesday, 22nd September. Duke of Aigyle, Tuesday, 6th October I Taroba, T...

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CHAPTER XXIV.—WHAT THE CAPTAIN SEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

CHAPTER XXIV.--WHAT THE CAPTAIXJ When morning came Jjord Hector "was still amongst tke living. " The Hayton practitioner visiting betimes, found his condition scarcely changed; «no forward : step bad been tbwards recovery. Sir Dan vers ba-d been early to make inquiries, bat prompt as his vis*!; was lie was fore -stalled in that charitable act by his ?cousin, wlidse solicit nde for the patient admitted no rivalry. He had been surprised and disappointed at finding his. victim yet existed, for he had re tired to bed with the comfortable as surance that death would claim Lord Hector before morning. : . As he returned to the Abbey his dark face expressed perplexity and gloom. |fow that Maynes lingered it T^as possible he might ultimately re ?cover ; and the moment he regained consciousness the accusation would be made regarding the diamonds, and the story of the attempted murder re lated. Why had he not made sure of having taken his life, which in so many ways was an obstacle to him. , I...

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A Horrible Murder (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWW CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

A Horrible Murder. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH ) (FROM OUR OWW CORRESPONDEKTS.) STDNEY, June 7. A horrible murder was committeed at Deni liquin yesterday, when a man named William Thomas cut the throat of his paramour, whose name wasSarah Asher. Ihe pair liad not been living happily together Lately, and both of them had been drinking. On Satur day night Thomas met the woman as she came out of the Globe Hotel, and in crossing the street he asked for money, which she declined to give Jiim Me repeated his request, and being again met with a refusal, lue stabbed her "under the ear with a eliarp long-bladed penknife, and drawing the knife deftly round he cut the unfortunate woman's throat. He then called loudly for the police to arrest him, threatening if they did not do so he would take his own life. Two constables 'were quickly on the scene of the murder and arrested Thomas. The woman died before medical aid could be obtained. Thomas is 3 man of violent temper. A little time ago he, wag. be...

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The Labor Dispute. WINTON UNIONISTS QUIET BUT DETERMINED TO HOLD OUT. STATIONS WORKING WITH NONUNIONISTS. THE ISISFORD CAMP BREAKING UP. THE UNION MEN GENERALLY VERY ORDERLY. SHEARERS STILL CONFIDENT OF SUPPORT FROM THE SOUTH. BARCALDINE UNIONISTS STAND OUT, SOME CLERMONT MEN GIVE IN. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN COEEESPONDENTS.] ADAVALE, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

The Labor Dispute. /. -.-i i- .; <. .L&OTXJJR UNIOJJTSTS ®P!T BETJEEMIINED IX) HOIJDOUT. STATIONS WOBKUFA WITH JSTOIT ULSLGWIBIS. ;; THE IS3BFOBI) CAMP BREAKING UP. THE TTNTONMEN GRENEBILIIY VERY OEDEELY. SHEABEBS STILL CONFIDENT OF ? SUPPOET FBOM THE SOUTH. . BABCA1DINE UNIONISTS STALSD OUT, SOME CLEEM03ST MEN GIVE ' nr. (BT EUECTBIC TELEGKEAPH.) FFROM QUE OWIR COEEESPONDENTS.] ADATAIJB, June 5. Work is progressing on most stations here. The unionists are quiet, and a good many' men ajg^ijjg to work quietly. ' Bonos, June 5. camp here now numbers about 80. Ail the men are very quiet and orderly. Babcaxdxbe, June 5. Trains are now resuming night running, and for the first time since the strike a pas senger tram this morning left without the usual pilot engine, if early all the men in the military camp and a large number of townspeople gathered at the station at 5 o'clockto bid farewell to Major Dea Voeux The strike committee notify that in con sequence of the wet ...

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The Late Gale. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGTBAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] SYDNEY, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

----- The Late Ciale. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGTBAPH.) [FEOM OUB, OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SNUASR, June 9. A very heavy sea stall prevails along the coast. The schooner Venus came ashore on the north beach ®fc Bellinger Heads at day~ light when the crew were seen to be clinging to the rigging. Pilot Stewart with hie crew, attempted to rescue them but failed, and returned to the pilot station almost ex hausted. Another crew in charge of Cap .tain Waisfcholm, lately captainof the steamer Aron, went out and got all the hands of the Venus in safety. The schooner Bertha, and the ketches, Set Nympth, Gteorgina Davis, and Jessie Sinclair, are also ashore near the same place. All bands were saved. The steamer Captain Cook returned from Gabo Island to-day, without being able to discover anything of the missing steamer Taramung. Captain Greer, who was in charge of the pilot steamer, says that even if the crew of the Taramung succeeded in getting into the boats, it would be impossible for them to keep afl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Postal Intelligerira. TIME OF ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS AT THE CHARTERS TOWERS POST OFFICE. Mails Close as under: For Brisbane-Every Simday and YTednesday, at 8 p.m " Townsville -Thrice daily-12.30 pjtn, 4 p.m, and 8 p.m " Mllleliester-Twice daily-9.40 sum and 8 pan " Black Jack and Stockholm-:Daily, at 8.30 a.m " BalCe'e Creek, Homestead, Pentland, Torrens* Creek, Prairie-Daily. 9. JO va. " Queenton, Macrossan Bridge, Seilheim, Ravens wood Junction, Re id River -Twice daily 12.30 p.m and 8 p.m INLAND HAILS, Leave Charters Towers for ' Broughton Georgetown Hughenden HIDgrove Mount Lej®hou Ravenswood Richmond Downs Rishton Tune of Departure, Friday, 9 a.m Wed, 9.40 a.m Daily; 9.40 a.m Wed, 8 p.m D'ly, 12.99 p.m Wed, 9.40 a.m Friday, 9 a.m Time of Arrival; Friday, 11 am Tuesday, 8 p.m D'ly, 6.25 p.m Thu'd'y, 6 sum »j M " D'ly, 6.20 p.m Thurs, 8 p.m Friday, 2 p.m

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