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Bogus Companies. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Bogus Companies. THE Victorian Minister for Mines lias set Mm ' the task of suppressing bogus companies. His first action, at any rate, seems to have been a step in the right direction, one from which he might be able to obtain a gleaning of the internal working ofW' bladder'' company. Once give him know ledge of the mechanism and he in 11 1 .»! M n 71 i iT*n bring panies, with to the full the members arliament, and then, of firm and corn legislation, to stamp out %his curse to the mining in It has always been a moot point if parliamentary legislation were applied for the purpose of weeding out the " bottomless" mining ven tures, whether it would exceed its intention and reflect on bona-fide in vestment. Queensland not being so old a colony as Victoria suffers less from bubble companies, although it is possible to point to many instances, even in Charters Towers, where com panies have been formed and a pros pectus issued which would almost -tempt a miser to his doom, and after the u...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

' . ' " . . . ' Commercial. Loraoy, March 5. THE Bank of England weekly returns issued to-day showtlie stock of gold coin and bullion in the ssue Depaitnient4 to be £22,106,000; tUe'*?sei,ve in notes and coin in the ? Banking Department amounts to £15,370,000. Proportion of reserves to liabilities 36J per cent, being 2 per cent, less than last week. The circulation, excluding bank post bills, £24,214,100: public dejjjosite amount to £12,254,000; other deposite, £29,314,000. The Government secu-itesare * £11,344,000, other securities £33,"390,000. Copper, Chili bars, £52 5s per ton, cask Quotation. 1 in, Straits, cish quotation, £90 5s per tonw Pig Iron, CrlaSgow warrants, Ifo. 1, 46s 3d per ton. [ German beet sugar, 8$ per eent., 13d 3d 1 per cwt.; business quie^. Java sugar, No. 14,15s6d percwt. ^ Adelaide wheat, ex Irareliouse, 4961bs, I 40s 3d; market firmer. { Victorian wheat,, market firm. 4 96 {ex divideiid.) . 1' . . There is no demand for fofevaixi shipments of Australian wh...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

PROJECTED DEPASTURES. For Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports - Ciiitra, to-morrow, 12fch March. * Aramac, Monday, 16tli Marcli. Gafeo, Thursday. L9th & " 1 Arawatta, Monday, 23rd 1 Quiraing, Thursday, 26th Wodonga, Monday, 30th ] Leura, Thursday, 2nd Aprj For Port Pougla^^imy^nrnton and Dungeneve -i thence weekl Burdckin, l|onda|f |16th March, and thence For Cooktown ash isftfirinediate ports Aramac, to-dW, fflth March. Leura, ^aturdi», 14th March , Arawatta, Wamesday, 18th March. Warrego, Safcuraay, 21st March. Wodonga, W«d»esday, 25tli March. Buninyong, B&/irday, 28th March. For Xorcnanton. ''Iiursdav Island, &c. Leura, Satuf^ay, 14<th March. Warrego, Saturday, 2lst March. BuninVong, taturday, 28th March. For London Dwunda, Tuesday. 24 MaiWi, JeluEfga, lues ay, 21st April. Taroba, Loesd-ij, 19th May. Ta-ra^ Tuesday, 16th June. For Adelaide, via ports- ^ Same as Urisbane. For China, Straits Settlements, &c. Airlie, about 13th March. j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

" M+vE 1? FROM NOW plf 1HE1R AUt5: E .LIAN TOUH. " Coming by Special Chartered Tar^in. - WIEII BEO ES T ES T AD ROM AN HIPPJ Will appear in * barters TtiRKK AFTER! WEDNES ^AY. TH URSfc if, & FRIDAY, March Ilth,J2th4\pd 13t4i, ?oxttmesie«i(is; lft«riio«n, O* THE SHOW GROUNDS. Positively no N\ght !»how. Sole and Fqual Proprietors ... Wihth BROS. General Business Manaier ... Alexander. GLORIOUS U S I IT OF T HE WOlLi'S GREATER SioW^'. ALL PEViOL'S EFFORTS ECLIPSED. Bed and Duskj Warriors. Genuine American Indians. A11 the Greatest 1 rib s represented. THRIL ING EPISODE. Our Large Company of the Most Daring COWBOYS in tfae United States, headed by tjie Rehownsd C PTAIN JACK SUTfON. Scouts, Guides, Indians, No^dty. Splendour, Romance, and Genius are all Com bined in this Great Exhibition of ou-s tojipase tin Public. THRILLING DECIDE>TS OW INDIAN W AKD COWBOY EXPLOITS. An Kxlrbifcion that set England and America Wild- Low Fates. Excursion Trains, de duced tare by road or rail P...

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Who's Afraid? [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Who's AUraid t The learned physicians tell us there is danger in a kiss: Disease and death may reach us through that avenue of bliss. The gentle osculation which our being wildly thrills May bring us months of sickness and a lot of doctor bills. They say that with the honey we are all so prone to sip The deadliest bacteria may pass from lip to lip. But when a fellow gets a chance to kiss a pretty maid He's very apt to say " Oh, hang the doctors! Who's afraid?"

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He fought for Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

He fought for Show. .' SEE here, you stepped on my foot." "Beg pardon," replied the stranger ad dressed, " I don't think I did." " Yes you . id, or else you jabbed me with your elbow." " I don't believe you know what you are talking about. I don't think that I touched you at alL" " Yes you did, and we've got to settle it right here." " Settle it. How ? " " Fight. You've insulted me, and you've got to fight." "But I don't want to fight. I've got nothing to fight about.-" " We'l, I have. Ceme, git in shape," and before the surprised stranger could get out of the way he caught it" biff" under the eye. The fighting man danced around him and yelled, "Put up! put up!" The stranger made a weak attempt to defend himself, but the fighter planted a whack on the jaw that brought him to the dirt. I "Git up now, neighbour, my honour is satisfied," he exclaimed, as he lifted the fallen man to his feet. " I never allow an insult to pass unsatisfied." The stranger walked off rubbing his head, and t...

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A QUEER STORY. THE KENSINGTON BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

A QUEER STORY. THE KENSIZS'GTO]ST B UROL A BY. ME. HUMUS, the great private detec tive, was seated in his office. For once the distinguished man had ab solutely nothing to do. The season had not been a good one for divorce business, and as for burglaries, which were Mr Euman's speciality, why it was years since there had been so few. Indeed, as Mr. Ruraun himse'f often said, if things did not improve, he did not see how honest people were to earn their livelihood. Mr. Bumun, then, was seated idly dangling his legs and biting his nails, when suddenly the door opened and the office-boy sang out: "A messenger to say you're wanted at Moodie's Bank,* sir, at once/' In an instant the detective was off his stonl and on his legs. In another lie had seized his note book and lite hat. In a third he was hurrying down the stairs on his way to Moodie's Bank. Mr. Kumun might well display this alacrity. Sir Charles Moodie was one of his very best clients. Indeed, the only case of any importance be...

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[?]it and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Hit anb Pammw. A measured tread-That of many feet An improbable tale is lite a pill-difficult to swallow. In the midst of strife, jet never in trouble nor quarrelsome-The letter "i." These cotton cloths containing the largest percentage of starch do not command the stiffest prices. Yerily appearances are apt to be mislead i ing .Tlie so-called " dyspepsia cracker" might readily be mistaken for a dog buscuit The football may be said to resemble a grievance. That is: It affords the player something to kick about. A fashion item says: Velvet collars are considerably worn." So they ate: especially those of some ofl&st year's overcoats Isn't a woman absurdly illogical if she tells her husband he is an idiot, and then asks him why he hasn't more sense?" It is one of the peculiarities of an old "plug" of a lior.«e, that ere he is fairly started off, his driver must begin to urge him on. Who will venture to say woman is not infinitely the superior of man when it comes to that, which...

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Useful Garden Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

I seftil Garden Votes. ACRE {or acre bananas will sustain a greater aggregate of human life than any other pro duct of the earth. Mir. Stanley advises that dried and pulverized bananas make a flour invaluable for delicate digestions, and in that condition bananas could be imported at a | cost which would bear an insignificant pro portion to the expense of importing the fruit in the form in which it is served as dessert. A preventive of mildew upon plants.-Take 3 lb. each of flour of sulphur and quicklime. Slake the lime and boil with the sulphur in six gallons of water until reduced to two gallons. Allow this to settle, then pour oif the clear liquid, and bottle it for use. An old iron pot will answer to boil it in. Mix a gill of this liquid with five gallons of water, and shower upon the plants m soon as the mildew appears. Here is an easy aui inexpensive way of preventing the roots of gr iss from spreading on gravel walks bordered by lawns (says the" Ameaicim Agriculturist). A nar...

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A Man's Opinion of Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

1 Mail's Opinion of Woman. A man's opinion of woman is always curi ous, so I asked one tlie other day if a woman on front of me, whom I had been admiring for an entire block, was not what I call a pretty woman. - / He said " JVTO:'£ and when I asked liiui wlw, he answered me'thus: " She is not pretty, because her hair is in disorder, and a man likes a woman's hair to look smooth when she is 011 the street." " She is not pretty, because there is a line of black under her eyes to enlarge them, and a man likes a woman to have a clean face. " She is not pretty, because she is conscious that she is attracting attention, and a man likes a woman to be so ladylike on the street that she passes by unnoticed. "She is not pretty, because she doesn't walk well, she minces one moment and trots the next, and a man likes to see a woman a little slow and dignified in her movements. " She is not pretty because her mouth is too big and a man had rather have a woman with no mouth than one with one tha...

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Farm and Garden. Fine Points of the Devons. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Ifarm anfc Pine Points of the Devous. DEVOXS are the prevailing cattle in several districts in the southern countries of Europe, and there are a considerable number of dairy herds of the breed. While there are several large milk and butter records of Devon cows, they have as a breed never been famous for giving large quantities of milk, but their milk is rich in quality, and Devonshire cream has world-wide reputation: It is said that a gallon of Devon milk will yield more, butter than a gallon of milk of any oth r breed except the Jersey. It is only in compara tively recent times that much attention lias been paid to the development of milking qualities in the Devon; for in times past the Devon, like the Hereford, was raised chilly with & view to the development of the male for working purposes. Hence the greatly smaller size of the cow, a point which should decidedly be considered in speaking of her yield of milk. In view of her hardiness, her ability to pick up a livlihood...

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MINERS' FREE EXCHANGE. GILL STREET. M NDAY NIGHTS CALL—8 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

MINERS' FREE EXCHANGE. 0izx Stbebt. M XDAY NIGHCS CAJJL^rB o'ciocfc. Band of Hope, & 12s i Brilliant and rt, George United, s S« 3d, b 8s Id Brilliant; Block, p.u, s 19s Brilliant Block, con., s 14s 9:1, b L4s Charters Towers Gas, b 9$ 3d Day Darin No. 3 West, s lid Day Dam, 3!fo. 4 a, e 1 3d Golden Gate, b 7s Hidden Treasons, s 3s, b 2s 3d Ke'lf'e Caledonia, s Is Kelly's Queen Block s 10l, b 8t'<ld Lady Maria, b 3a 6d, b 3s :. Moldira, con., s b 8s ITo. 6 Qjieen, e6d b 21 JTo. 7 ^T.K. Queen, s 5 3d. b 4s lid Ko. 2 S.E. Day Dawn, e 2s 3d, b Is 6d Qoeen Cross tieef, b 10s Gd Queen Consolidated, e 3s 3d, h 2s <5d \ United Queen Consols, s Is Victoria Bast F x* ended,-b 31

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Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. MONDAY EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Tlie Latest llaotaHous. # . CHARTERS TOWEBS STOCK EXCHANGE. MONDAY E7ENDs3h CALK. Quotations for the 9th March Brilliant and St. George Unite! b 8s id, s8s 2d, sales, 350 sit Ss ' Brilliant Worcest T and Vi toiy, 6 7e 6d, Hidden Treasane, e 3s 3d Kelly's Queen Block, b 7s, s 10s Ladf Maria, b & lid, s 3s 4d Muidir* Silver Mine, con., b 7s 6d Ho 7 X.P. Queen, b 4s 1 Id, b 5S 4A Ko. 2 tj E. Day Pawn, b l«6d Qjieen Cross Beef, b 10a 9J, s 11b S.E Brilliant, s 6d Victoria E. Extended, b 3d, s 5d

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"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

TOE NORTHERN MIJVUVCJ REGISTER Naaw of Comjjany. Baud of Hope ... ... v.. Brilliant and St. George United ... Brilliant tr. MCo.... ... ... Bril liaut Block p. u. Ditto contributing Bonnie Dundee . ... Brilliant and Worcester and Victory Caledonia P. C. p. u. Ditto contributing /Charters Towers Pyrites ... Ditto ditto p. u. to 5/ Charters Towers Gas Dan O'Connell |^.Day Dawn Xo. 3 West. % . .Ss Ditto ditto p. u. to 10/ Dav Dawn So. 4A West (issued p. u. to "io/- ... ' f Daj Dami 3fo. 4B West ... Day Dawn Ifo. 5 West Day Daum Sfo. 6 West Day Dawn School Reserve p. u. Ditto ditto contributing... Day Dawn E C. ... 'GoldeaGate Hidden Treasure and Mount Lady Maria Home Ride p. u. to 10 - ... KeEy'Caledonia ... Kelly's Queen Block Lady Maria Mopinan ^i... ... . ... Mills Day Dawn United Millican Caledonia... ^few Iron Duke 3Jew Imperial ... ... Jiorth Queensland Pyrites contributing .. Ditto ditto p. u. 5Tew Grsauee Darling 3fo: 7 Sortli East Queen 3So. 1 East Sunbuist New Towers Extended...

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An Unscrupulous Foe. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

All I: user nfMilows Foe. Creeps upon us unawares like an assassin in the dark, and whose dangerous proximity we never suspect until it makes the last fatal clutch on some vital organ. We are always warned in ample time of the impending danger, but with criminal carclessness?Bj3sap^ these warnings, that tared feeling,^ose aeliing limbs,, and that grand feeling &mrday and seedy condition the next, the sour taste on waking in a morning, and the frequent sick and splitting headaches, all make their debut before serious illness sets in. Afl^or any of these syinptoiusH^cate the approach of disease, they are faithful signs that the liver and kidneys are not doing their duties, that the morbid and effete matter instead of being eliminated from the system, is being retained, and is positively poisoning and destroying the whole physical structure^ Neglect in such cases is criminal, recourse to rational treatment should be had at once. Clement's Tonic should be taken to strengthen the...

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Our Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Oitr Volunteers. LAKCK-Cobporal T. Edwards, of fcke Mounted Infantry, has been nominated by Captain Bussell as Lieutenant to succeed Lieutenant Xamcott (retired) of thatcorps. Both Captain Russell and the Company can be congratulated on the selection made. Lieutenant Edwards is a good horseman and buslinian ; he would during a row keep up his end of the log, and we think that hie ap pointment will receive approval. A meeting of the members of A Company was held at the Drill Shed on Sunday afternoon, for the purpose of selecting a Lieutenant id fill a vacancy in that Company. Color-Sergeant Gibben was unanimously chosen, and he has accordingly been nominated for the position by Captain Beattie. We think this mode of selecting officers will help to make the force more popular in some quarters than.it has hitherto been. Both Lieutenant Edwards and Gibben have proved themselves good men in the ranks and they will, unless we mistake very much, make efficient officer?.

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School Teachers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

§clio«I Teachers' .l£§i>eiation. ?-' THE adjourned meeting of the North Kennedy Teachers' Association wa-s held on Saturday morning at the Boys' fctate School, Charters Towers. ? There were present: Misses Hushrick, Lynam. Jenkins and Livingstone (Girls' State School) ; Misses Pingel, Broe, Bullock, McDonnell and Bsyd (Infant'8 State School); Messrs Jforris, Bess, Ellis, Perkins. Lister and Broe (Boys' State School); Messrs Finch and Holien house (Milchester); Mr Ind (Macrossan Bridge); Mr Dowthwaite (Sellheim). An apology was read from Miss Flatrey (Haughton Valley). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Mr Perkins, seconded by Mr Finch. The sub-Committee brought uj> a set of rales, which were passed with ©lie amendment, on the motion of Mr Norris, seconded by Mr Fincli. The following officers were then elected: -Mr ISbrris, President; Miss fiustirick and Mr. Finch, Vice-Presidents; Mr Bees, Treasurer; Mr Perkins Secretary; for the Commi...

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Welsh Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Wclsli Eisteddfod. + The announcement of a musical festival (Eisteddfod) from our Welsh compatriots is at any time sufficient to put the music loving people of this city on the qui rive of expectancy, and the programme submitted in the School of Arts on the afternoon and evening of tlio 2nd March in connection with the United Welsh Church here must have satisfied the most fastidious amongst us. The best proof of its irresistible attractiveness perhaps was the packed and enthusiastic house, one to transport a theatrical manager into the seventh, heavenr of delight, and we feel sure the committee as well as the ener getic and courteous honorary secretary, Mr. Llewellyn Williams, must have felt- amply repaid for the necessarily large amount of time and trouble entailed in bringing to so eminently a successful conclusion an enter tainment of such a pleasurable and varied: description. All the characteristic love of and enthusiasm for part and chorus singing has evidently been carried in...

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The Labour Dispute. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] CLERMONT, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

(by IfcECXEtC TELBGHiPH.) ifBOM. ora OWN corkespondbitt.] Clekmokt, Marcli 3. It is currently rumored this mozning that .. one of the objects of the visit of the unionists to Logan Downs is to form a camp on the other side of the station in order to intercept any free laborers coming from Nebo ojr Maekay, it having transpired that the pas toralists either hare" established, or were about to establish agencies for free labor at - Dic e places. This is the view held by a large majority of the people, but a few stoutly maintain that Wellers (non-union) wi'iii. team* of which are supposed to be en i't'u f'e bet-.veer. Logan Downs and Cler mont just now, will receive some attention iluri'iig tile clay. La^t evening the union leader* notified to Mrs. Mullin, proprietress of the Commercial hotel, which is the leading hotel here, that uuless jflie immediately dis her Chinese cook the hotel wttl be tjoycolted. She retorted that when she is 1 liot able to manage her own.1 feusiness she may as...

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