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WORDS OE PRAISE. LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

WORDS OE PRAISE. LONDON, August 22. 1 The Financial News commends the policy of the Premier of New Zealand (Mr- Ballance), which is a great and grand departure from the previous policy. The paper declares the colony 19 on the high road to a career of suc cessful developments.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INDUSTRIAL WARS. LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

INDUSTRIAL WABS. LONDON, August 22. The rioters at Hughes's steel rail factory at Ek-at-erinoslav in/Southern Russia fired th« workmen's houses and wrecked the factory. The mili tary quelled the disturbance, killing several. The Buffalo strikers derailed the engine of the New York express train, bat the couplings breaking off, the coaches did not leave the rails. LONDON, Angust 23. The strikers at Buffalo derailed three goods trains. Colonel Games has imprisoned 250 citizens of Nashville for aiding the miners.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INTENSE HEAT. LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

' lUfENSE^ HEAT. | LONDON: A&GTI8T22. I <Gatof au-Itnlia ? i^finieDt niu«hmg -to Venice, lOO Werfe'prbifertlted "bythe ^ heat^ and w*re left on tbe'llo^ide to recover, attended by residents of the locality. Seven deaths occurred from beat and 160 (sen were disabled by «nn etroke during theG«rmanmanoe<i vres. \ t :

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MORE HONORS. LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

MORE HONORS. LONDON, August 22. | - Honors have been conferred on Sir IfjTon Piayfair, Cjrril Flower and Osborne Morgan. THE AFGHAN TROUBLE. ? IIOFDOH, August 22. Russia is - colonising- Rhooshja Valley, in Central Asia, on the Afghan frontier, and challenges the right of the Ameer to occnpy Shim nan.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SILVER QUESTION. LONDON, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

THE SILVER QUESTION. J ; LONDON, August 23. ' I - There is a clamor in India to close ifjbo mints, as the coinage of silver is viticre *8mg, and the »efnsai: of tlie (government to indicate any remedy has caused the angry feelings of all Nttctions.

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SIR M. H. DAVIES. LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

8IB M. H. D&WmS. ! LONDOV, AUGUST 22. { I A represent ofDaiziel's Agency interviewed Sir M. H. Daviee at San s^BrantMsco. Sir Matthew stated he *waB 'indeed surprised .at r the >. tnrn ©rents had taken iu Melbourne. He. iras returning to Victoria sooner than »iiei intended, because of the unsettled rendition of the Mercantile Bank Hih^se affaire tie intended to disenf r jfongle.. The charge he had used tiif lands { r hid own private purposes twas simply absurd.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER PRESIDENT DEPARTS. LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

ANOTHER PRESIDENT DEPARTS. LONDON, August 22. Owing to a dispute in the Argen tine Congress, the President, Doctor Pellegrini haa resigned.

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ANGLO-COLONIAL MATTERS. LONDON, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

ANOIiO-COLONlAL MATTERS. LONDON, August 2S. | JSarl Kip-in has explained to the -Agents-General that the Colonial Office was the only position he de sired to take. '* Mr Monro interviewed Earl Ripon, ?who desired to assurethe colonieshe would meet them every -way. Mr eMunro discussed the New Caledonia imatter, and asked that the inhibition British subjects selling spirits and 4rms, shonld be rescinded, or that the slither powers should aijree to similar restrictions. A* Earl Ripon's request Mr Munro explained the Victuiian ^W8 of Federation, and pointed out the difficulties cr ated by New South' Wales. ? Mr Munro interviews Sir W. Vernon Harcourt shortly, on the in vestment of Trust Funds,

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Telegraphic Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] COOKTOWN, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

-: : [BY E&ECTRIC TELEGEAPH.] [FFIOM OUE OWN CORRESPONDENTS. ] COOKTGWN, Aug US* 25. The Convent Bazaar in aid of the reduc tion of the debt oil the buildings, held for a few nights, was a completelsuccess. All the returns are not yetto hand, but the amount realised is very large. Normanton, August 24. Mr Pureell. of showman fame, has arrived, and is said to be collecting some aboriginals for his proposed show. Much regret is expressed at the transfer of Sergeant Ferguson to C oydon, who is being replaced by Sergeant James Kennedy. Outing the late north-east winds the town suffered much from the objectionable smell from tbe decomposed digester refuse at the Meat Works. It is stated the Municipal Council will take action to abate the nuisance. The bore at the Meat Works is down 230ft, and has not yet touched fresh water. The to« n is very quiet, the weather is hot, and there is no sign of rain. MACK ay, August 23. A representative meeting of the Mackay Chamber of Commerce was...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

VICTOEIA. MELBOURNE, August 22. Early this morning a fire was discovered at i'^bersallB Hotel at Warnambool. The lire brigade came on the scene and extin guished the fire, when it was fouiidthafc five distinct fires had. been lighted in various pacts of the building. The safe stolen last night from. North Melbourne was found in JSlwood's swamp, having been blown open with gunpowder, and the money which it contained abstracted. Melbourne, August U3. Joseph Reddiek, a young man, was arrested at Bendigo ou Sunday night for drunken ness. He has since informed the police that he is one of the gang who br<>ke into Mayne, STickless and Co.'e and blew up the saf-?. The police ate making enquiries. The will of the late Phillip Russell, of Carngham, near Ballarat, grazier, has been lodged for probate The property in Vic toria is of the valoe of £170,003 realty, and £4900 personalty. Among the bequests are £3000 left in trust, the income from which is to the main tenance of relig...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, August 23 [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, August 23 At Southern ' rose the directors of the Sou'hero Gross mining companies, towards the end of last week, met Messrs Cassidy, Sharan, and Goodwi>, members of the Com mittee of tne Miners* Cnion, to endeavor to arrange a settlement of the strike. Mr Black, Mayor of Southern Cross, attended to mediate, hat nothing resulted. It is under stood the companies object to what they con sider an increase in the former rate of wages and alteration in liourj of work, and are re solved if matters are not soon settled that men shall be obtaine i from the eastern colo nies to wjrk the mines.

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

ItfEW ZEALAND. Auckxanu, August 22. Sir George Grey to-night w s presented with a eongra1 uiatory address, which was signed by over 3000 ci izens of Wellington, on the attainment of his 80th birthday. In reply Sir Gforge Givy gave an interesting sketch of his life, in the coarse of which he . remarked tnat his early life had been pissed in sorrow and sadness, and during the 80 Tears of his life he ha 1 been subject to fits of melancholy, which he could only with great . difficulty shake off. A SAD and fatal accident happened to a young girl named Hannah Maria Buckley, a laundress at the Royal Hotel, Millchester, on August 23. She was at her work, and in -re moving an iron fro a; the fire her dress caught fire. She ran away in vain a1 tempt to ex tinguish the flames, and, her screams attract ing some people from the hotel, they, by the aid of rugs, extinguished the flames. She was removed to the Hospital, but the shock was more than she could, withstand,- and she died at an early hoa...

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THE British Co-Operative Congress. HOW THE PIONEERS STARTED [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

THE t MOW THE PIONEERS.STAfiTED. Two fears hehc> 1 'istributive Co-opera tion, as itisnow known, will attain its |afei lise. To Rot-hd le, in Lancashire, belongs the honorof establishing a ." a basis which lias proved permanently -successful. This year, lor the firsttime .since the forinition of the Co-operative Union-the Parliament of Go-<»perators-the annual rongress hsus bfen held at Koehdale, ^pd has been exceptionally well Attended! Theevept suggestsa backwardglance. Why .a,nd whenep sprang the Co^operative move ment, which, especially , ml-ancashire and Yorkshire, is dadygrowiug in influence and wealth ? It is well-known thatthe industrial revolution which introduced the factory -system, although ft developed trade at an -amazing ratevdegraded and_impoveiishedthe workers. It is heartrending to review the state of the working population daring the early decades of the century. The Co-opera tive movement is only one form in which the workers, after a period of bewi...

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Townville Footballers. W. S. Buchanan. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

W. S. IBsichaiian. Footballers. ? ? " ». . W. S. Bucltaiiau. The above player learnt liie Rugby football at an English school and captained the fifteen before leaving for Australia. He is also a Queensland native but of the reverse order of build to Forbes, and is a ver. strong player. - He is the captain of the Cleveland (" Boce Ilanj'") club and ie u great acquisi tion to Townsvile football; he generally plays forward. W. S Buchanan is 'the son of the proprietor of the Imperial Hotel and ie engaged in a merchitut.'s office.

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A BIG SUPPLY. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

A BIG SUPPLY. LONDON, August 24u . The Portuguese Government has authorised the import of 12,000,000 kilos of wheat monthly for a period of |ten months to supplement the present stocks which, owing to tfae had harvest, are light.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A TEXAS OUTRAGE. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

A TEXAS OUTRAGE*. LONDON, August 24. A baud of ontlaws murdered four Germans who were on a hunting ex cursion at Coney, in Texas, and then sacked the camp.

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TASMANIAM TREASURY BILLS. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

TASMANIAM TREASURY BILLS. Ijoedon, August 24. The opinion in the city at present is that it is a very inopportune time for Tasmania to issue Treasury bills.

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THE MERCANTILE BANK. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

THE MERCANTILE BANK. V * . h » M LONDON, August,554. A -mm- * Mr. Butler, an accountant of Mel bourne, in a letter to the Financial Times, asserts that Sir M. EL Davies, a director, and bis friends, were £120,000 in pocket through freehold investment transactions, and urge* the English investors to take joint action for a control of the assets.

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THE AFGHAN QUESTION. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

THE AFGHAN QUESTION LONDON, AUGUST 24. ? * ' i m '» _ 3 , The Ameer's tro ps have defeated Usbeg'b followers at Kaiser and Mai mana, and succeeded id quelling' the rebellion. Russian officials haw been ordered to allot land to Afghans, taking refuge in the Russian territory. . LONDON, August 25. General Yanoff's report regarding the Ameer's complaints, states the Afghans have not. only refused to treat amicably, but have opened tire. The Ameer has appea^d t<» the English for aid against the Russians Greneral Yanoff's force consisting of 2000 men and 12 guns, is at pre^e. t at Alichur, in the Pamirs, besides tribal levies. Another Russian force is a> Kolepaihg on the River (Jias.

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OBITUARY. LONDON, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 31 August 1892

OBITUARY. LONDON, Aogosfc 24. Marshal Deodoro d« FonBeca, President of the Brazilian Republic, died yesterday. It is thought there is oome mystery about his end.

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