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THE POST ON FEDERATION. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

POST :,.OX? FEDERATION. . j LOXDOX, Marcli 10. I - Tlu? Post, in ail article dealing with the Australian Federal movement, warns tlie Convention~ that the commercial views of the new Bmtisli democracy are as keen as tiieir own. and that they mky refuse to be any longer parties to a one-sided and ex pensive bargain. "

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

j Ws ate pleased to see that ,ijhe "dry bones'* I j of the Pastoral, Agricultural, and Mining j Association can live, aud to learn that they have again Been electrified into life, A good executive has been elected, and an active canvass for fundsis being made. On Cliarters Towers the complement to that statement is that- much money will be got together. 1 his j 'year's show should be one of the best we have yet seen. The grand season just past must have put show condition on to every thing and made placid the minds of the 'gtazier. We trust to see at show time the town, full of "Baldy" and Shorthorn" devotees, and that the prospects of the mines will warrant us to entertain the visitors ac cording to ancient custom, # #" # THE he was a fair chance of a nice little row at the Show Ground on Wednesday last. When Wirth's Wild West Show opened, in addition to the little difference of opinion between the committee and the showmen, some of the cowboys were most insulting, and issued threa...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TROOPS FOR CUBA. LONODON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

TROOPS FOB CUBA. Xonbon, March 10. ~ Spain is despatching 7030 troops to Cuba ' - 't3»e ". Separation' moremeiifc . ." .......;. .*.? ?? ? " ;.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cable Intelligence. (BY CABLE.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] THE REVOLUTION IN CHILI. LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Cable Intelligence. - (bf CABLE.) fFBOaC Otr® OWST COBfiE8POKDE»n?J . . ' I ' «,; - r ? .' .; .. THE REVOLUTION IN CHILL Loxooy, March 9 1 The latest news regarding the revolution in Cbili states that the rebel&'have been ; defeated by tlic Government troops, «ad teh latter regained possession of the province of ' Tarapaca. Order has hcen restored at the port of Iquique. -: >

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAJOR GENERAL EDWASDS' PAPER. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

EDWASDS' PAPER. MajOEr(i®jQeral iLdsraarde i»acL a ps ^0ie tSbkiM^fiiidiute. 3£e * ' *J r.fco ....... if loses her maritime supremacy grass may grow oa the streets of London. HeTartor stated that if the Sydney, Mel bourne* and Wellington, fleet were tied to Aasiaaliia .waters they could nofcproperly defend, them, and ought to be able to unite "with China and Pacific squadrons. He sug gests fchat the Australian military ought to co-operate with-the 1?fatiohal Sa»j.. in cap turing enemies in the Pacific and Indian oceans. The colonists should be trained as bu^hmen and' good . riflemen!. After Aus " _ 'rial Congress er a nationaldefenec policy.

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THE SEAMEN'S STRIKE. LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

THE FEAMEJf'S SIS IKE. LOKDOJT, March 9 The Glasgow aad Lirerpool brandies of the Seamen's Uuiou hare refused to join in a general strike

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TROUBLE, AMONGST UNIONISTS LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

. TROUBLE. AMOFGSriJHIOlSlSTS. I ? XibsnMm. Mareht9. f The trustees of tlie Seamen' Union hming ' objected to provide Mr. Wilson wit& sferifcfr, funds lie lias accepted fte federation ticket.

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[?]ELIEF FOR IRISH DISTRESS. LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

BELIEF FOE IRISH DISTRESS. Loxdok, Marcli 0. | The relief fund raised by Mr Balfour, and ! tlie construction of light railways by the Government in Ireland are both Affording support to 90,000 people in the famine stricken districts of that country.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GREAT SHIP CANAL. LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

THE GREAT SHIP CA3TAI,. LONDON, Marcli 9. Tlie Manchester City Council hare recom mended an advance of two and a half md lions to complete the ehip canal.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARNELL ON LABOR. LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

PABKELL ON LABOR. LONDON. March 9: Mr. Parnell advises the Irish people tor J join with the English working men in their I endeavors to secure the alteration of the j laws, which now prove oppressive to many I industries. i

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AUSTRALIAN WAR SHIP LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

AUSTRALIAN WAR SH'P . LONDON, March 9. | Captains Kingscote. Harelake, and Beck* ? ford tuLve respectively been appointed to tlua [ commands of fcljie new cruise rC Wallaroo, I Mild ura, and Katoomba, I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AQUATICS. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

AQUATICS. Stdsbt, Marcli 10. John McLean, the champion sculler of" die world, has expressed his willingness to aceept O'Connor'schallenge to row him for, aside. McLean offers to meet the Canadian eit her oyer the P&rramafcfca or the . Ifepean course, and will allow £200 for expenses. ~ . .'J

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Young Folks. A RACE FOR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

A RACE FOR LIFE. I happened to foe in Lewiston, on my way to Pierce City with the Express (Mossman and Miller's Express), when thei'figged and sunburnt lender of the larty that liad made the discovery of gfuld beyond the Bl^ck Mountain came in. He took me iu*o his confidence. I sent an Indian on /with myExpress; «L»d hrauvli ng off a huxidred miles Jo tlie Poll t h -Ear-l, reach* d t he new mines, t ok up '. vlaims,5. and o^fened an spr^ss oHive fee?we a d<»z* n peop'e ^TT.^w of tli*-* 5li-:covery wlucli w££j to give ij' ate a t' f State to t he American Union. You wil fi"d the place on the iria s, and some of the new on^s marked " MiEers'jUJgh." But there is ; iio town there now. i The gold lay almost in the grass - r«ots,in the shallow surface, like grains of wheat. It. was a high bleak place, densely wooded and intensely cold as winter came on. Greater discoveries / lay fnr'hur on, and in kindlier climes, and broad valleys and rich cities receive you. there now. But ou...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"A" TEAM V. " B" TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

TEAM V- " B" TEAM. A match between the above teams was commenced yesterday afternoon on the Athletic Beserve. The day, although some what showery, was a thoroughly cricketing one, the light being good and the weather beautifully cool. " A" team went first to the wickets, and ran up the respectable score of 149, the chief scorers being A. Bowjy, who played first class cricket for his 31, H. MacDonald came second with 24 made by sound cricket, although he gave one or two^ chances which ought to have been accejdpKp and H. Perkins, who played j^flH&rtree; innings for his 19. Walkei^tfllo played a good useful not out is&Mgs'fcr 14. Witb about two hours left them to bat, " B " team took the creases, and when time was called had ran up 78 runs for the lose of three wickets. Miller played -well for his 21, and Pryor and Luke were both not out with 14 and 21 respectively. Appended are the scores " A *® TEAM. H. Perkins c ctabler, b Pryor ... ... 19 J. Carroll, b;Eob5nson ... ...

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THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

THE RIFLE. Hie usual weekly practice of the C.T.R-. CJlub took place on Saturday, all the " phenomenal" men were conspicuous by their absence. Hie weather was decidedly unfavorable for good shooting, as the light was bad and the wind veryirregular, owing to the showers of rain Which passed over the range. At the 500 yards range the men had to take .shelter from the heavy downpourof Tain. Of course our. boys would never think of showing die white feather if a real live lire enemy of tibeir own species was in front of them ; but their only enemy was a bull, and they knew he would keep his eye open for them until the shower passed over, when he would be more easily capturedr Appended are the best five scores: S. Bryan... ... ... ... -99-? W. White way .«. >.* »»» 79 A. Morrison ... ... ... 77 AvSteele ... ... , ..." 75 J. Southward ... r... 74:

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farm and Garden. Largest Farm in The World. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Largest Farm in The World. L-H^- , 1st the extreme southwest cjroer of Louisiania lies the largest producing farm in the world, measuring 100 oiiles north and south and 25 miles east and west, It is owned and operated by a syndicate of northern capitalists. The 1,500,000acres of the tract were purchased in 1883, from the State of Louisiania and from the United States Government. ! At that time it was a *a*3t grazing j land for the cattle of a few dealers of I the neighbourhood, over 30,000 head !of half-wild horses and cattle h^ing ! thereon. Now this immense tract is I divided into cot.lenient pasture sta I lions or ranches existing every six miles. The fencing alone cost 50,000 ! dollars- The land is best adapted for i rice, sugar, corn, and cotton. All | cultivating, ditching, etc., is done by steam power. A tract say half a mile, wide' is taken and an engine is placed on each side. The engines are po* able, and operate a cable attached four plows, and under this arrange ment thi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

CHARTERS TOWERS, SL JTGHN EOMBEE^ lias pleasure in informing his Friends and the Public the occu pation of the above Hotel, and solicits a Share of Patronage. The Management will' bs n 111 ediafas Supervision of Mrs. Romberg. Only the Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, etc., kept. Accommodation for Boarded S^adto None on Charters Towers. Em x mm M JBL x* v Every Convenience for Commercial Gentlemen. Large and Well-fitted Sample Rooms. R I I, LI ARD ROOM CARRIERS, Forwarding*, Commission, and Insurance Agents and Wholesale Produce Merchants. Custom House and Shipping Business Transacted. Freight and Duty Paid and Goods Sent to all parts of Queensland and the adjacent Colonies. Office and Receiving Store " fNs3<S i Goods and Machinery delivered to any part of the Field. 11 & H S tobacconists, Stationers, ^Newsagents,- Beelcsellers and "Fancy (Seeds ^Dealers, GILL-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. ii 'niaBWatKHPB^r Fishing Tackle in great variety, Berlin Wools, Oil Paints, Macram...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

E. D. MILHS.] [J. MJLLiCAX. MI ®»$H? W ffl® WMWS?. r fflfilNCEfiS' STORES. . ; {So I Burns. FJiilp, and Co^ BnHding^) ' , ' - * FLIXD^BSiSmEET. : .T O W K -© V I L I, E. Jjtttei I^atthvjira ttutL MacJimery £ole Manufadhinoi-s «f gg|§gff§§||||ll^^ \ -- Steel T4"uck WIhmjIs. Steel j3!u»e* ©iesv i Xud 411 Hud* oftSljeet JLAarge .Stot^k on haiid of JBhig^iet Batters, Wiiiduig ,pH»as. l&awpcC Belting up 4» 14 iaches wide < Eips, Brat>$ Fittings jaijd <rmerai IpgineeK and Mining IteqiUMtee - ' War. AC.BR uii. tsheaf Island Wbrks, Sheffield ""' '. '.. ;-v;y ;?-??. Y " Y---V-;'-< (V/^jV ?"' V. -;'.;v . .". : ? .- ?. V . .'. ., .? ? ^ ,j - :; 5 .A-lt "fl :' . ?' ". "':- 1"?? :'" ' ;Y ?J;-,-:-.,":V.- J- ?:-.'...... -'?. - V ;':\ V"' ":? "-" "' ?'' :\ .? .. '. . . -. iT ''.?'.»?"?- /".? ' ",.?' Y^y'U ;" ( Support Local Industry. ; ?: '^-'it-v y .. *. » -. '* ? .. - . . . .. . . - . : :. . * 0 fee J'.'. ' . .. .. ,' ''i flinders Sire**, Toww ?S - r;Y^...

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A Rear's Poker Bluff. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

A Scares KIliflT. Geoege COLE, of Fairhaven, Wash, who has charge of a port Townsend Southern party of engineers for some time past, was in the city the other day and talked freely of the ex periences the " boys" had with big game in that wild region. Gn^ <»f t he 1 stories which he relates is as follows: . " During^ the summer we had a pet bear-one <hat we caught when it was ! only a few we^ks old, and kept it until it pot 'o be a nuisance. We had trained it down to a fine point. Yon have heard of the educated hog that could read ? Well, Ruby couldn't do that exactly, but he could play cards, and when it came to a bluff at | oker j he simply couldn't be beaten.. He was sublime. I've §een him when j there was a pot of fifty or more lumps j of sngar-we always played for sugar . when Ruby was in it-'bluff tLe entire i gang and rake in the stakes when it j proved he had nothing better than a j pair of twos. No he couldn't- talk ; j but he'd wag his head if he want...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

WIED -v; .: «©JST£J3J THE FIRST CHAPTERS "'"" ^ OF AX OBI a I IS A L IALS, ENTITLED IS IlEVENOE !*' (By Fitzgebaxd MOLLOY.) -The Sole Sight of Publeation lias been purchased by the " JNOR1 HERN MINING REGISTER" " Sweet is Revenge" .THE PLOT OF " Sweet is Revenge" Is Strong and Original, as is guaran teed by the name of the Author. The Story opens with an ,ATTEACTIVI SITUATION. A3S ENGLISH BARONET A Widower with one Daughter, is THE HERO OF THE TALE. The Villain is found in the Heir Presumptive. The Baronet wishes to marry a Governess, the Villain works to prevent this, and is as sisted by a Mysterious Woman, "whose. identity it is difficult to diseoter. Among others,-^ clever Colonial Character is introduced, also a Tragedy, wliieli appears to defy en ravelment. From this outline it will be per ceived that the Story is likely to prove full of interest. "Sweet is Revenue" TOx BE COMMENCED 'acipr : I . * . * »®XT S AT CRD A Y'S -ISSUE OF THE ? ? - - " :? i.i >'"1 ^JVoriliern SCinin...

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