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THE UGANDA TROUBLE. LONDON, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

T&E JTB0UBI2B LONDON, Jime IB. . Earl Salisbniy lias received a tele gram from Mr. Williams, at Lake Kyanza, dated March 31, stating that fighting had ended^ and the mis sionaries were safe. Eail Salisbury hasappealedto the public to suspend ^eir verdict, as he was unable to believe Captain Lugard or Mr. Williams would act as alleged. London, Jane 14. Earl Salisbury, states that he ber lieves the South African Coy. will only withdraw partial ij from Uganda, and the best hope of holding the terri tory lies in the railway. . The Oerman press donbt if Eng land will withdraw,asGermany is the next heir but has her hands too jfnll to annex the place.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Long and Fair Test. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A Long and Fair Test. Sufferer (to druggist) -And you say these plas ers are good ones : do they effect imme diate and permanent cures ? Prugjist ''emphatically)-Yes, sir; I-have tried them for twenty rear*?, and I wouldn't be without them.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Incedinary Item. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

Iticedinary Item. ' How happened it that you were out of the city when the fire took place?' he aeiked of Mose Sehaumbarg, whose -elothing store had been badly damaged by fire. 4 «-'reat heavens, man, vhat do you expect ?' exclaimed Moses. ' Do yon pelief I sthay in town u' d le folks pelief I done it instead of my clerk ?'

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
She was Unworthy of Him. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

She was Unworthy of Him. A Chicago} husband in filing a bill for a divorce mentioned as one of his grievances the f ct that his wii» was accustomed to pray aloud for an hour b- fore retiring, enumerating all her husband's sins in detail. If she could do this in an hour she ought to have had a divorce from a man so much above the' average husband.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Shock for the Barber. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

4 Shock for the Barber. Rather a fastidious young min that hand some barber who leaned over a customer whom he was shaving, and said: ' Excuse me sir, bat if I were you T wouldn't drink ^owery whisky' ' And why shouldn't I if I want to ?' eaSd the man, wohderin iy. ' Because, sir, the smell of it takes all the edge off the razor, and when liquor does that I guess it can't be healthy.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maiden Innocence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

maiden Innocence. Mies Primrose-Do y<ra know, my brother Ned told me the other day that Tom Allison said 1 w?s N. Cr. Mies Violet-Why, whatever did Torn Alli son mean by saying such a thing as thsXr?* Miss Primrose-I'm sure i don't knoV. IVe been frying to make out ever Eiocc vhat 'N, H ' stands for, and all I can think of is 'nice girl.'

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A GOOD REASON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A flOOD REASOK. Larkin-I have a great deal of correspon dence to do, and ittirestny hands greMty. Bunting?- Why ?dont: you : use- » - type writer ? Larkin-If ' did, people would find out how ba*Uy I spell. The coming cri-si« -the girl baby. The coming man the collector. Habit is the master and man is an ass. The ball dr<-ss comee ? low,- bat' we must have it or bust If you don't keep up with your business you'most run behind. ? You must put this and that togetherif you want to even «hings-up. The bad man's associate eats redhot brick bats and drinks melted lead for soup. Man manufactures most of his temptations himself. The tramp's mind winders, but he is no fool. This T"s a country in which a m n must take the lead orhe will never get it. Either the sod or the child must be spoiled Always forgive your enemies - especially those.you can t lick. That man or woman is generally considered successful who outfigures all of his or her rivals rl he. trouble with the person who i...

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Contagion in the Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

Ck)ntafdon iii Ihe Schools. Visitor - Po you have calisthenics at this school. Tommy P "Tommy-vo, ma'rn, but they have measles; .. I'm coming down with 'em now.:

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Collars and Cuffs. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

Collars and Cnflk ' Why didn t you put on a clean collar be fore you left home ?' Called out an imperti nent dude to a cabman. 1 Cause y«>ur mother didn't send home my washing.' was the extinguishing^ reply.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Leap Year Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A. fljeap Year Girl. He How chilly it is to night. I could hug a stove, I feel so cold. She-Ts that so? Wh*-, I'm so warm I feel just like a st ve.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Good Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A Good Explanation. Mr Harrison-Why,T declare Miss Fanny your mamma is getting quite stout. Miss Fanny-Ah, that i* because we all mate so much of her.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARDEN'S COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 17th. (Before the Warden, Mr. W. M. Mowhray.) G.F. HOMESTEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

WABDEN'S OOUftH Feiday, JUKE 17th {Before the Warden, Mr. W. SC. Mo G.F. H0MBSXBABS. The following applications were condi ? tionally approved:-No. 2938, Sarah lane Dougharty, 2r, Cemetery road ; 2939, 3j. G-. Fitzmaurice, 2r, Black J tck Boad; 2940 Jam68 Crawley, 2r, Daman toad; 2941, Joseph Bobson, 2r, Daman road; 2942,' Samuel Whitehead, 2r, forfeited^.Fi1987; . 2943, William Red, 2c, forfeited CkF.H 1988 : 2944rPatrick Murray,2r, forfeited : G.F.R. 1989 ; 2945, Earnest WilliamJames "Forbes, 2r, BnrdeMn-Btreet; 2947 lames | Larkin, 35 2-3r; 2948, John Orman, 2r, corner of Hemy and Osm&n-streets; 2949, Mary Jane Oxman, 2r, Oxm&n-street; 2951, William Wall, 2r, Racecourse Road ; 2952, joW Kelly, 2r, Baeecourse Boad ; 2953, John T- Eddy, 2r, east of. and adjoining 2696 ; 2954. Lancelot Emerson, 2r, (MadBtone Etad ; 2955, Henry H. Charles Hurle, 2r, forfeited &.F.H 2305; 2956, Elizabeth Jessie Hurle, 2r, abandoned G.F.H 2306 ; 2957 Eleanor Ann Fisher, 2r,. Rai...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

Established 1881 E. D. MILES. J. MfLLICAST. E. D. MILES AND CO., SHABEBEOKESS AND -MINING agents Are prepared to undertake every description of MINING BUSINESS A«d Guarantee Prompt Attention to all communications. -O) RELIABLE REPORTS MADE ON MINING PROPERTIES. ESTATES 1AMED FOE ABSENTEES. ABC AND M.OBLIN&S CODES USED* : MTi.ES/ Cliarters Towers. OFFICE OF THE Brilliant Block Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Brilliant Freeholds Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Brilliant and St. George United Gold Mining C/O. litd. Brilliant St. Patrick and Queen G.M. - Go., Ltd- ? Brilliant Central G.M. Co. No Liar - biliiy. Boomerang G.M. Co., Ltd. Charters Towem District Hospital Charters Towers Cemetery Twist. Church Iiand Syndicate Ltd. C^Jftrlnnia. Consolidated G.M. Co., Ltd. Craven's Caledonia G.M. Co. No Liability. , _ Day Dawn School Reserve Gold joining Co. litd. Day Dawn 4* West Gold Mining Co LixL ? ... . Defiance Mill Syndicate. Identity Gold Mining Co. litd. Mills' Day Dawn. United Gold Mines ?/ Co. Lt...

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THE ULSTER CONVENTION. : LOND,NJune 16.. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

? : LONDON. J AOE 16. a fuadof £17,000. beett issued for the meeting to-morrow, and there is great enthusiasm throughout the whole north of Ireland.

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MR. GLADSTONE ON EIGHT HOURS. LONDON, June 16.16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

I MB. &L ADSTOKE OK EIMT I HO0SS. IJOxdon", June 16. Mr Gladstone received an Eight Hours' deputation from tbe Trades HallOoiiQ.cn. He said the depatation was unsympathetic and was astonished at tlieir desire to restrictthe personal freedom of workers. He declined to express himself as to what should be the limitation of hours of work, and pointed oat that the great object o£ his life was to secure. Home Rule. ,v:; ;; ^ Janb |L7.: Mr Gladstone in his interview with ?he deputation entered into an animated discussion with, sudd com-: bated every statement advanced by the delegates. He declared he would bedisgraced, and lie would sink to the lowest point possible, and would be most unprincipled if lie forsook Home Rulein favor of other matters. The delegates retired greatly incensed. The Times applaudea Mr Gladstone for refusing to commit himself. The Standard states the unhappy cham pions were forced by Mr Gladstone from point to point nntil redueedto go floundering in a moras...

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A BRUTAL MURDER. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A BEITTAIi MUBDER. LONDON, June 15. .» A- murder was committed by a woman at Portsmouth to-day, whilst under the influence of drink. Her husband was lying ill in bed, and she attacked him with au axe, mutilating tiim in a terrible manner.

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The Land Grant Railway Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

The Land Ctesint Railway . MR DONALDSON'S speech in opposition . to the Land Grant Bill published in yesterday's issue is pleasant reading It is fair, and candid and although we do not agree with the general conclus ions of " honest John" there are many points in his argument which deserve i most serious consideration and in which we are heartily with him. Notably where he opposes the Trans continental Railway of 900 miles which as he points out would absorb 30,000,000 acres. Mb DONALDSON'S chief objection to the Transcontinen tal, after his principaloneas to the land required, is that it " would wipe out] had! the runs in the West, ' As it would not pay the syndicate to allow j their country to be idle it is clear the land though finding other owners ! would beequallyproduetiveof wealth.; Our objections to the Transcontinen- j tal line are numerous, the principal one being that too much land! would be required £or a railway which i would b * of no practical service to the colony fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

FJNRN - at - SOLICITOR ETC., ETC., HJ«T JJOUSE ^H&MBERS, GLLL-SFOEEK Mil Sim. OPPOSITE LISSNER PARK, CHARTERS TOWERS. SHI9BI PROPRIETOR. WAYERLEY HOTEL, LOWKB MOSMAST-STREET, CHARTERS TO WE US. PEOPMETEBSS. .f Wimm &M SpMts mlways £m St&ek* . TAMK* H. SEWELL, BAT TINSMITH, PLUMBER, & GALVANISED IRONWORKER, ST. GEORGE'S CREEK, GILL-STREET, QUEENTON. Cas <uid Water biid on at Reasonable Soles. Estimates given. Orders punctually attended to. BARNES' CONSULTATION ON THE M ELBOURNE CuP, RUN AT FLEMINGTON, NOVEMBER 1ST, 1892. 10f000 Snbseribers at 9s. 6d.-fiiS50.-Less 10 per cent. 170 Extra Cash Prizes. Every Investor of Ss. has a chance of drawing 8 Separate Prize* Register all Letters, and enclose TWO Addressed Envelopes-one for reply and one for result din. Torn or Defaced Tickets will not be recognised BARNES AND SON, TOBACCONISTS AND STATIONERS, Petrie's Bight and Roma Street, Brisbane. W. B. STEELE's "CITY OF THE PLAINS" CONSULTATION Off XE...

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The Selfish Colony [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

* themost - - selfish colon j of the Australian gronn ?&>? over-reach, ttne sistercoloiiies asforeign countries" ' statesmen keep up a fS?® abonfe S'^eration, like rascally make it Ti *^ eSS ro^ ^he collection plate. It is a wonder that ere now the re maining Australian, communities have . . no^ made common cause against their . grasping neighbor, and placed a special duty on everything Victorian. The Federal spirit talked of in Victoria, but practised elsewhere, however, has prevented such an act; of reprisal. The feeling that Victoria was playing a selfish game was, no doubt, the came of the "protectionist wave" which swept over Few South Wales at the last general election, fl.nrl estab lished. Mr DIBBS SO firmly in power, i The recently adopted protectionist i policy of the mother colony is of course j prejudicial to Victorian interests, aud i to once more get the advantage the! golden colony has had resort tp a dig-1 jfiae^u%pi»teciaye tax ; one i£ we mistake not,...

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