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MASS MEETING. CLERMONT, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

MASS MEETING. Clehmojtt, March 5. i A mass, meeting of Unionists was held here to-night on, a vacant allotment at the end of Main-street, about 090 Unionists and 303 or 409 townsmen were present- The ! scene was illuminated with torch liglrts on a : platfortr, which consisted .of two lorrie8, on which wee Hie principal Union leaders. 1he.cha;r was occupied by Mr FennoBehf, a Justice of the Peace, one of the tliree , magistrates who a few week ag-> signed the cquieitio i calling oat the D^femce EoKe on the grounds of its recessity. 3 he Chairman in l ie opening remarks mentionei.. that the Unions were being unjustly dealt with, and that it was the duty < f every citizen to see fair play between Capital and Labor, fie advocated arbitration for the settlement of the dispute, and said it was the dnty of the Government to first bring their influence to bring about a conference, but if not, then arbitration shou'd be resolved to, and five pastorali-ts and fire Unionists, pre...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Federal Convention. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

The Federal Convention. (BY ELECTSRC TELEGRAPH ) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) STDNEV, MBI-C1L2. Ik the e ening a banquet was held in the Centennial Hall in honor of the meeting of j the Convention. The comp ny present com prised ooe of the largest and most dis tinguished gatherings ever held in Sydney, , and perhaps on no previous occasion in the , history of the colonies has such »-n assemblage i of the leading men in politics and society bean witnessed. 3 he fine hall was brilliantly lit up, and most tastefully decorated. It was filled with an assemblage which included the Premiers of nearly all the colonies, many responsible Minister?, dignataries of the Church and Bench, members of Parliament, Consuls and military officers, while the gal leries were thronged with ladies, who were denitd the pleasure of participating in the banquet, but watched the proceedings with great interest. The scene presented when all were seated and the galleries filled was most brilliant. The galleries...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIR HENRY PARKES' INAUGURAL ADDRESS. SYDNEY, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Sm HEZsTiY PARKE*' INAHGrUE-AL ^ ADDRESS. '": ' SroKBT, March 4. ttcllwnitli Jias arrived, and f":^"i®^'Si'e«aEriBnt health. HieCon not, sit jon Saturday. It is federation will soon t^an ?z2*L accomplished feet. The Sydn y Morning Herald comment favorably on the speeches ma Je by the Queensland delegates yestetdfty. .f-ffSamBdfiriffith usually sits at the tible watching with his accustomed keenness, and interjecting an occasional r mark by way of a solvent. STteariy ail the other Queensland dflsgates git together on the back bench. . Mr. Macrossan keeps quiet, he being »p | garentiy, in feeble health. The President j toot the chair at II o'clock. Sic Thomas I Mcllwraitb and Sir George Grry baring j a lived, they signed the roll, and took their seats. The debase on Mr. McMillan's I motion, in reference to the vo in^|, [ of ihe President and Vice-President was con tinued. The motion "was amended eo as to allow no casting vote, and whe-e there is equ 1 voting on each side the question ...

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Correspondence. [TO THE EDITOR] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Correspondence. [TO THE EDITOR Sib,-Allow me space in your columns to point out what will probably prove to be a source of danger to the healthof the public of Charters Towers. It is the practise!]ere, in lay ing on water from t iie water mains in the streets to private houses and places where the water is required, to use leaden pipes from the main to the front of the allotment where the water is laid on and iron pipes for the remainder of the service. In one place I saw 56ft of 161b lead pipes employed. The reason given is that lead pipes are not so liable to be dam aged and broken by the traffic in the streets as iron pipes would be. This is no doubt quite true, but as there is another consider ation of greater importance than this one, viz., the danger of using water in which lead is held in solution, and as there is a mean?, which I will point out later on, of minimising "the inconvenience caused by damage to pri vate services, I think this is not a sufficient reason for using ...

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Dalrymple Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Dsftlrymgtle Dfvfsiomil Board* THE usual monthly meeting of the Dalrymple Divisional Board was held on 4th, Inst, at their offices, Grill-street. There were present Messrs Geo- Cavey (chairman), J. E. Jardine, A. W. D White,B.Kirkbride, ELff.T. Plant, J. Byrne, £. Phillipson, the Eton. J. Deane and the Hon. W. Aplin. The minutes of the Inst meeting were read and confirmed, and the correspondence was dealt with in the usual manner. Amongst | the inward correspondence were the following | Letters:- I From the Newtown Butler G-.M. Co. re the bad state o£ the road in that locality. Be ferred to the Kb. 1 sub-commi tee From Mr. V" C. M. Sellheim containing! tracings of surreys made, and asking that his j remuneration be fixed £33s per day. On the motion of Mr. White, seconded by Mr. Jardine, Mr. Sellheim's sequest was granted. From MrP W. J. Paull, asking tlie Board | to re-erect a fence in King-street that had been removed in consequence of the re-sur- i vey of King-street. Application ...

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

Miitifcfpal (Conutcil. .^1® usual monthly meeting of the Muni cipal Council -was held in the M uuicipal Chambers yesterday7 afternoon. Present: The Mayor (Aid Millican), and Aldermen Bollston, Carse,Dunsford, Kirkbride, John Toll, and Fraser. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed^ outward correspondence was adopted. ihe inward correspondence was received, andcomprised the following letters :-. From A. Mackay, nistriet surveyor, Towns ville, enclosing plan of surrey of the portion of land ceded by the Council to the Crown for Post and telegraph purposes and also * transfer" of same, to be executed and re sumed- . There were other letters received from Mr District Surveyor Mackay and Surveyor White, the -former stating that A^ers' Buildings encroached on the Muni cipal reserve and the latter refuting the statement. Aid. Toll moved that a letter be written to the Postmaster-General, enclosing the corre spondence and asking for,his advice on the subject. Seconded b...

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

Marriages and Deaths. MARRIAGE. BRENNAND-PENPRASE-On the 25th Feb- ruary, at the Baptist Church, Mary-   street, by the Rev.Thos. Vigis, Malcolm, second son of James Brennand, Esq., of   Lochiel, South Australia, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Joseph Penprase, of Queenton. IN MEMORIAM.       HAMMOND.-In loving remembrance of   Robert Goodwin Hammond, the dearly     beloved father of Charles Alfred   Hammond, of this town, who, died at   Ipswich, England, March 7th, 1890, aged 73 years.   "He rests from his labor.!'      

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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Shipping News. TOWNSVILLE. [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

TOWKSVIJLLE. AX|I 'ELECTRIC ; FJRAJEFESAIPAR.] .' IBERVAJTE. ': ? , ; 4i^Barcoo? ^ Gsg>fam Banks, feorn Messrs Martin, ? ;>od5BimYn.B.iu?kland. Williams. Butt, .__rjr, paaipbeli, and 11 in tlie Burns, Pmlp and ? Co., Ltd. i4.-Buninyong, s, Captain Richard %*'from the 3foith. Passengers-Mrs ^Sfesaesv-ifiys Haig j Messrs < aptain soil. Danger,.? iiret, Stmt, Dove, and ; sit^sige. " Bums, Plutp ^nd Col,; -Palmer, e, Captain Clark, from ' w Mesdanies WSlsbn, 5 Messrs Baines, ojrie, Oates, Shields, Erer^on, and "9 in "" Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd., OL..Clyde, Captain Minehan, from y Passage. ~7-' Pamer, s, Captain C ark, from Passengers-Mesdanies McEiroy ^f^hildren), Sinuionds; iss Hamilton : D eksGo, Wilshire, Collier, Blundell, U^ Pctelaii, McEiroy, >itmnonds, '^eel jEmd l% steerage. Burns, Philp ^iWeh 7.-"" Arnim, barque, Captain Bar |pbF.|^D><in ;'.. . Captain McKen . /^TOm Ba^tt^ Creek. -" f' March 7.--Catterthon, s, from China. ^M^cLl %;-^-Q,uirang,...

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Monday's Police Court. (Before W. M. Mowbray, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Monday's Police Court. (Before W. M. Mowbray, Esq., P.M.) HARVEY, Dicky, Harry, and Jimmy, abori- ginals, were charged with assault on Noah Pearn. Constables Quinn and Coles having given their evidence as to the conduct of the blacks, the case was remanded for further evidence till Thursday next. In the case of wife desertion against David Odgers, order was refused. Mr. Milford appeared for defendant. The case against John Gunn by John Barr, for insulting language, was dismissed, no order as to costs. Mr Milford for plaintiff, Mr Jarvis for defendant. The Inspector of Nuisances summoned William Dungaven for breach of Bye-laws, and secured a fine of £5, with £2 2s profes- sional costs, and 3s 6d costs. Mr J. Marsland prosecuted. Same v. Alfred Benford, similar offence.   Fine and costs as previous case. Mr J. Mars- land prosecuted.   Wm. T. Wallis v. George Bowley, for assault, was adjourned to Thursday next. Mr Marsland for the prosecution. Regina v. Yun Wa...

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Charge of Murder. THURSDAY, MARCH 5. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr GeorgeCavey, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Charge of Murder. THURDAY, MARCH 5.     (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr George Cavey, J.P.) AH SEE was charged with the murder of   Jimmy Ah Linn, at the Lower Cape, on 25th February.           Mr. Jarvis appeared, in conjunction with Sub-inspector Meldrum, for the prosecution, and Mr. John Marsland for the defence. Sam Fung, a Chinaman, stated that when prisoner was arrested, he told him the charge in Chinese, and interpreted his answer to Constable Evans; prisoner said "he take shovel, he take him stick." [The charge at that time was inflicting bodily harm, but was altered to murder after the deceased Jimmy Ah Linn died.]               Constable Evans, stationed at Pentland,     stated: I examined the ground where the alleged assault was committed; it was &am...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

Local and General. Mr A. E. C. Bartlett, tinsmith, of Hodg- kinson-street, desires us to state that he was not the defendant in the case Harden v. Bartlett which Was heard at the Small Debts Court on Thursday.     A YOUNG man named John Fleetwood was   admitted to the Hospital yesterday suffering from a fracture of both bones of the left forearm. He had been thrown from a horse at Lolworth Station, where he was employed, and came down by the midday train. MR. "TOMMY" RICE, an old resident of the Towers, has entered the ranks of the bonafaces, and taken the Albion Hotel. The Albion, since the time when it was run by Joe Owens in the seventies, has had many   landlords, including Mr. W. A. Green and   others equally well known. It has been   re-built recently, and is now now almost as   good a hotel as we have in town, and under   the management of Mr. Rice it is bound to &n...

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The Labour Dispute. THE LATEST PARTICULARS. GREAT EXCITEMENT POLICE ATTACKED. THREE UNIONISTS ARRESTED. SERGEANT DILLON'S BRAVERY. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) POCKHAMPTON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 March 1891

The Inborn* Dispute. GREAT E M Xf'E M E H.TL'? POLICE :j^'M3Ete&»' . ':? ' "> ' ? TitS-EE tTXIONJSTSl. ARRESTED. SER<rEAXT DILLON'S BRAVERY^ j (sr VIMCTH'C TELEOPAPlI ) ' , 'f -. r " / [FROM ore owk ooseespossekt.] , Pockhamptov, March p. "flie Pastoralists Executive now in Koefc' hampton forwarded the following reply in a letter to the Bockhampton Bafletin, to'insert in a nsvrer to the manife^o issued by tW Council: " A series of statements is emanat ing from the Council of the Australian Labor Federation, published in your issue -of 4th inst., and that body pledges itself for the ab solute truth of the same. As" those state ments appear to us to be entirely misleading, we ask you to publish our reply, which will place before the public the plain facts cf the case. 1 lie first statement is one so often re peated by the labor lenders, tkat no attempt has been made by the employers to meet the bush unions in a friendly way. This has fre quently been proved to* b...

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We Lead the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

W o Lmd Hie %V<»rtd. AccoaiHSfr to the Latest statistics, Norway lias one wiirereily, 46 professors and 880 j students. France has one universit y, 180 j professors and 9300 students. ' Belgium has ' four universities, 88 professors iand 2400 stu dents. Holland lias four universities, 80 professors and 1600' students. Portugal has one university, 40 professors and 1300 stu dents.. Italy lias 1.7 universities, 6 0 pro fessors and 11,140 student's. Sweden lias two universities, 173 professors and I 16 students, Switzerland has three universities, 90 pro fessors and 2000 students. Russia lias eight universities. 582 professors and 60 JO students. Denmark lias one university, 40 professors and 14 0 students, Austria has fen utiiver-, sities, 1810 professors suid 13,600 studeuts. !"ipain has ten universities. 380 professors anp 16^000 students, Germany lias twenty-one universities. 1020 professors and 25,084 students The United »St tes of America has 360 universities, 4240 pro...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

AT the Police Court ou Tuesday, before Mr, K. W. Kendiick, J.P., a drunk wa® brought up and discharged on the payment of the j usual 3s . cab hire. We are pleased to learn that, though progressing somewhat slowly, Mr CTovett is i progressing satisfactorily towards recovery, \ j antl we -h pe in a few days to be able -to | j announce bis return to active business life j again among us. j ME. A. 3. Fosxeh, special representative j of the Northern Miner and Northern Miming i JRegister, left by train on Friday for Hughea- I den, from' whence he .will depart on an j ext ended trip through the north in the interest of both papers. The places to be visited and reported on by Mr- Foster are Richmond Downsw. Georgetown, 1 theridge, Croydon, Uiormanton, Herberton, and all the principal mining camps. Correspondents and agents will be appointed in each of those centres who will supply the latest information. THE usual weekly meeting of the St. j Patrick's Literary and Debating Society was held ...

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The Noet's Corner. Sober and Free. " I would rather see England free than sober,"—Bishop of Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

ffik loft's fawc Sober ami Free. " I «vou?d rather see England free thai; sober,"-Bishop of Peterborough. Good cews for the count'y, good luck for the" 8fe, An A lvh bishop's appsin'c I who's sober and free. Here are thr e risging elieera for goo 1 F r. Mage ; It'e a difficult job, h.:ugb, -'n that state to be, And often a man who's not Fober i* free. Awl that is the man for Archbi hop Magee S:iH, if an A-chb"shop should step o'er th3 mark AconMgencr all must have hope will not 4-e-; The Diocese thfu will with the pleaBurc remark. That though he's not sob'r he's perfectly free Not sol*er but free. Not. sober but f»ee A condi-ion that's pleasiug to Dr. Magee! ''A la-!" says the bisli p," what would the* world be If the whole popu'a'ion were fober-but .me?" What, a for ibie eight for a Christian to seer A lot of abstainer? and rone rf the fiee. None of them free None of them free. None of them free but Archb'sliop Vagee! There are hrndrcds and thousands in hovel" and <?en, ...

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The Sto[?]gteller. THE VICAR'S AGONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

p W*P-,anc THE Rev. Lyon Stedfast was one of those persons who take their calling seriousfy. Whenheresolved to enter the Church. lie did not do so with the ^ot^eefe^^t:jget&ag^a'&fc living; and wfea^^idlid-get a living, lie did not leave the work to be done by the curate, and himself settle down to enjoy the income; Among ail the <clergy in or aboyt the, fashionable suburb of Bourgoistown, he was the hardest worker, the most generous giver, and the most frugal liver. Yet strange (perhaps) to say, he was re garded with respectful aversion by his wealthy stock-jobbing, company promoting, shop-keeping hearers and their wives; and with suspicion and ?disfavor even by his own brethren of the cloth. Among the poor, indeed, was adored as such a good friend ^ the poor deserved to be, and there popularity migrht be said to begin '^and end. There were various good grounds for the dislike towards him mani fested by " the smart people" and the clergy of Bourgoistowri-...

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THE LABOR COMMISSION. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

THE LABOR COMMISSION. liONDQsr, March 10. It is considered probable that Sir Micliael Hicks Beach will be appointed Chairman of the Labor Commission, and that Messrs Giffen, Burns and Maudsby will be on the Commission.

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NAVAL APPOINTMENT. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

3TAVAL APPOINTMENT. Loynoy, Marcn 10. I Captain Anthony Eingserate lias been ap- | pointed to tlxe command of H.M.8. Curacoa. i

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A ROYAL COMMISSION. LONDON, March 10, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

A ROYAL COMMISSION. f Loxwon, March 10, ; JEf. G. I. H. Vincent, M.l1., will at the suggestion of Sir Julius Vogel, move tlie ap pointment of a Royal Commission, having for Its object the closer commercial union of the Ipmpire.

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PRINCE BISMARCK. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

FRIKCE BISMARCK. XiOKDOK, March 10. 1 It is stated tliat Prince Bismarck intends to contest the 19th. division of Hanover in the next Beichstag. .

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