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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891
BIRTHS. GREENSILL.-On June 1st, at her Residence, Rutherford-street, the wife of A. &nbsp; Greensill, of a daughter. Townsville papers please copy. DEACON.-At her Residence, Park-street, the wife of the late Mr Deacon, of a son. TRODD,-At her residence, Excelsior Ridge, on 8th June, the wife of J. V. Trodd, of a son. Both doing well. WILLEY.-On the 10th inst., at her parents' residence, Park-street, the wife of J. B. Willey, of a son. Both doing well. &nbsp;
T e l e g r a m s. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) TOWNSVILLE, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891
Telegrams. &nbsp; &nbsp; (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) &nbsp; &nbsp; TOWNSVILLE, June 8. Some anxiety is felt regarding the steamer &nbsp; Dairymaid, which left on Thursday with a salvage party for the wreck of the Moltke, a heavy gale having been experienced off Bowen and Cape Bowling Green. The steamer Gollan left on Saturnay night, and has not yet returned. Mr Vosper delivered an able speech on im- migration to-night. An inquiry into the cause of the orphanage fire is proceeding. TOWNSVILLE, June 9. The steamer Grollan has returned from the Moltke, and states that all is well, but operations have been impeded by the bad weather. It is thought they will get the Moltke off next spring tide which occurs in about eight days. TOWNSVILLE, June 11. The Municipal Council to-day appointed a special committee to revise the duties of officers with a view to economy in adminis- tration of the Municipality. It is stated that th...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891
Local and General. The annual ball in connection with the Benevolent Society has been postponed to Wednesday, 1st July, which will be the last day of the Pastoral Show. MESSRS. Keith and Fair, contractors for the artesian bore at Bowen Downs, struck water a week ago, at a depth of 1220ft. The supply is now 250,000 gallons per day. WE ure glad to learn that Dr. Forbes so far recovered from his recent serious ill- ness as to be able to leave his room. It is not, however, likely that he will be suffi- ciently well to resume his duties at the hos- pital for some days. AT the Police Court on Wednesday, before Messrs. E. D. Miles, and F. Pfeiffer, J's.P. a first offender charged with being drunk was allowed to go, on payment of 3s cab fare. Joseph Knall, for disorderly conduct assaulting the police, was discharged on the first offence, and sentenced to pay £2 or 14 days imprisonment for the latter. AMONGST a batch of applications from persons wishing to be placed on the Parliamentary Elec...
"Will morality Survive Religion." PROFESSOR, GOLDWIN SMITH ON THE BIRCHALL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891
46 Will morality Survive Religion." PBOFESSOB, GOLDWIN SMITH ON THE BIRCHALL CASE. The April number of tlie Forum contains a paper by Professor Goldwin Smith under the above title. Here are a few extracts: An ethical interest attaches to the cliaracter of this man, who, when he was not 24, mounted the scaffold for a singularly cold-blooded and deliberate murder. Birch- all was a perfect specimen of the moral, as well as of the religious, agnostic. As he was the son of a clergyman, and had been well brought up, he must have been thoroughly enlightened, and cannot have been led into crime by anything like the brutal ignorance of moral law which is often the heritage of the gutter child. It even ap peals that there was an amiable side to his character. His college companions liked Vn'm He seenis ^o have been a loving husband, and there was something touching, almost heroic, in the efforts which he success fully; made, while he was awaiting execu tion, to master the fear of death and to...
THE AEGEHTTINE FINANCIAL CRISIS. LONDON, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 20 June 1891
THE AEGEHTTINE FINANCIAL I CEISIS. ; LONDON; June 16. I The leading tin'mciers of Europe are [ now initiating a movement for the es tablishment of a new National Bank for the Argentine' Republic , and are also talcing steps to create a fund to facilitate the floating of loans which may be placed on the market by the Provinces, the object in view being the removal of the financial cloud which of late years has hang so per sistently and menacingly over this erstwhile prosperous couc try.
Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 20 June 1891
MB. Johk CAE£T, or Mr Jack Curtis, .or Mr Gilbert Casey, or s >me of them, or the lot of them, or somebody trading uader the names of the three, made a very nice little b ' eecli indeed at Barcaldine last Sunday-a little speech tliat was simply brimming over with good sound advice to the shearers encamped in that local. ty. For their future guidance the orator *f ornfeed out three courses, the first and jwcommendahle one, to go to work like decent honest c tizene : the second, which seemed to find no little measure of favor, was for the men "to become paupers aod draw permanent relief from the Government; but the third wsb the gem, par excellence, viz., for his hearers to eo traverse the laws of the land, became criminals, and enjoy an honor able refosa as coufiuees in one of Her Majesty's gaide. To give them a ir'al, Mr Ca?ty has. it is all ged, complied with the cond tions necessary for the carrying out of -the third course, and has found the pre liminaries of his reward. The "...
Telegrams. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) TOWRSVILLE, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 20 June 1891
T elegra ins. (BY ELIECTRIC TEUBGBAJPH.) (FROM OUR OW5T COKRESPOXDENTS.) TOWIRSVNAA, June 15. Shortly before eight o'clock to-night the Ifrrebell raised the alarm, when it was die covered that the awning boards of the lighter, iforsem&n, lying at Messrs. Burns Philp and Coy's, wharf were on fee. There was a great blaze, and some apprehension was felt, but the night was calm and the fire was soon quenched. Very little damage was done in .consequence. The School of Arts was crowded to witness the first appearance of the O'Callaghan Opera Company. . - Cooktows, Jone 12. H.MJ3. Lizard arrived to-day. She coals, and proceeds to tlie Solomon Islands on a punitive cruise. The Boyalist is due to-day, and will coal also, and follow the Lizaid a week hence. The Ringdove is expected here in about a month to relieve the Lizard, which will proceed south to dock and be re commissioned. The Royal Duke, which upset neat the wharf, was bought for £56, and has been successfully righted and is...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 20 June 1891
NEW SOUTH WAX.ES. SanDKEr, lime 12. An intimation was received by Hie Post Office authorities to-day stating that the - coach which left Bega forltoruya on Thure dayhad eapsized. The scene of Hie acci dent was Hamper's Creek, about sis: miles from Bodalla, in which, a strong flood was running. One of the horses was drowned, and ax mail bags lost. Ijlfine of the mail bag? wet® swept away, but three of tliem were recovered later. * * Bydsey, Jane 15. Some sensation has been cause! in political circles by a. statement made by Mr. Higgs, one of the labor candidates for South Sydney, thatan attempt had been made to bribe him to retire. He says he was offered ! £100 by the Protectionist party to withdra w ; Ills candidature, and the money was to be paid over five minutes after the nominations on Mondaynext Knowing that a bribe was to be offered, lie secreted a number of witnesses in an apartment in his house where they could hear transpired between him self and Use FroteejioniBt represent...