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WHOLESALE POISONING. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

LoNDON.Janel5. Tlib police have many cases of poisoning against tfce American,, Neiii, bat are oniy proceeding with four at present.

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CAPTAIN LUGARD. LONDON, June l5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

CifiJ^TAllSr iMJOABP. LONDON, Junel5. A remnant of General Gordon's and Baker Paslia's officers have arrived in Egypt, and assert that. 1000 Egyptian soldiers have lately^ joined Captain Lngardin Uganda.

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RAILWAY CONFERENCE. LONDON, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

RAILWAY, CONFERENCE. IiONDOif, June 16. Sir Henry Braddon, the Agent (reneral for Tasmania, attends the Railway Conference at St. Peters

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THE POPE'S ORDERS. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

THE POPE'S ORDERS. LONDON, J one 15. The Pope is reported to bave issued an edict to the Irish priests to eschew polities at the coming general elec tions.

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THE PRAGUE DISASTER. LONDON, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

THE PEA0TJE DISASTER. London, June 16. . i.. Four arrests have been made in connection with the recent Prague disaster, several miners having ad mitted throwing away bnrnuig wicks in the mine.

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

A COMPROMISE. LONDON, Jane 15. Owing to a compromise with Mr the Irish. Education v. Bill ip Committee.

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

A LAEGrB BOBBERY. LONDON, .Tune 15. A bank messenger who was walk ing the streets of London from hi& bank to the clearing rooms, was robbed of £30,000.

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

ATHLETICS. The Herberton Advertiser says :-The final tug-of-war between teams representing the | Married and Single inhabitants of Wat-onville ' came off a few days ago, and re ulted in a win for the married men after a very fair struggle. Diplomatic relations have been suspended between several prominent citizens in con I consequence of this victory; but it is ex i pected that the necessity of getting the b^st team together to do battle agaicst the Her . berton team will lead to a resumption of former amicable relations. In r, sponge to the Herberton challenge in last week's issue, the Watsonville warriors have agreed to accept it. The terms are-fifteen men a-side, best two pulls out of three.

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SOUTHERN SPORTING. (BY TELEGRAPH). (FROM OUR SPECIAL COMMISSIONER.) SYDNEY, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

SOUTHERN SPORTING. (BY TBIEGBAPH). (FJAOM OUB SPECIAI. COMMIssro ITER .} SIDHEI, June 15. The only interesting topic in sporting circles is the billiard tournament at Tatter- : sail's Club. The first prize is a massive tea and coffee service, sterling silver, valued at £80, with a -handsome quadruple plated tea and eefree service, valued at £35 for second prize, while the third prize consists of a set of cutlery in a polished oaken case, valued »t £15. r: . GrandwingV injuries in the Steeplechase -;«h-Satdiday were very severe, but Ray nor anticipates pulling him round in a few weeks. . The final in Sir Joseph Banks' Handicap was run at Botany yesterday withthe follow ing result.:-S- Surman 1st, Jj. Marsh 2nd, : £, Pinto 3rd, Bray 4fch. Betting: Even v, finrman, 9 to 1 v Marsh, 3 to 1 Pinto 5 to 1 Bray. Won by afoot. JemBurge ("Iron Bark Jim") left for . America on Monday, where it is questionable if »' yone wdl be found at his weight, who can lower his colors. . Martin Costello, wh...

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THE WINTON HANDICAPS. (BY TELEGRAPH)IWINTON, June 14 Webtok. June 14! [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

THE WINTOF HANDICAPS. (BY TELEGRAPH) ' I Webtok. June 14 ! The following are the weights for the rincipal events of the Winton meeting: FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs. . st lb fit U> Montague ... 9 77 Yida... ... T 12 tTarsjiai Souit 8 13 Flinders ... 712 G-lafe ... 8 10 Batie ... 7 9 Shamrock ... 8 6 Storm ... 7 9 Sailor ... 8 5 Playboy ... 7 7. JLelso ... 8 4 Exchange ... 7 5 Sir Thomas... 8 4 Bachelor ... 7 2 XLebellion ... 8 3 Wrangler ... 7 0 JTriarTuck... 8 0 - WINTON BRACELET, 1|- mile. Wellington ... 10 12 * Bertie ... 10 5 The Gift ...10 8 Powderhorn.. 10 4 Friar tTuck ... 10 7 Playboy ... 10 0 Storm ? ... 10 5 Briar Boot ... 9 9 wxhtost hasbh^p ; li miles. Tattler ... 9 6 Sailor ... 8 0 {Bunbeam ... 9 6 The Gift ... 8 0 Montague ... .9 O Friar Tack . . . 7 12 Giumamulla... 9 0 Powderhorn... 7 8 M are ha 1.1 Bertie ... 7 7 Soult . ... 8 8 Storm ... 7 7 Rebellion ... 8 3 Blinders ... 7 7 Kelso ... 8 3 Playboy ... 7 6 Selim ... 8 2 Exchange ... 7 5 Shamrock ... 8 2 Erin ... ....

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ROCKHAMPTON JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING ANNUAL MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH]1ROCKHAMPTON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

BOCKHAMPfON JOCpE^ (bt TEUSGSAPHj Soc kh a itPxojf. June 15, The following nominations have been re cehred: ROCKHAMPTOKHAM>ICAP--Beche-de-mer, Accepted, Zingara,Qrion, Talkative, Realm, Ormonde, Banquet, Mariner, Blue Peter, Uuckingbam, Dumb Boy, Quicksilver, ftfac, Gloire DeDijos, Idle Boy, Sir Thomas. POST CURTIS HAHDICAP.-Bet-he-de-Mer, Accepted", Westl&nd, Zingara, Orion, Talka tive, Bealm, Ormonde, Coronella, Priori'y, Bpaquet Mariner, Blue Peter, Buckingham, Bomb Bo;, Quicksilver, M«c, Gloirt-de Dijon, Idle Boy, Sir Thomas.

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FOOTBALL NOTES. ARRIVAL OF THE BRISBANE TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

FOOTBALL JSOTES. A HRTVAT, OF THE BlIISBAKE TEAM {B* J&BMO.) Hie Brisbane team arrived on Friday toy the quarter to 6 train. They were met on (he platform by his Worship the Mayor, the Reception Committee, the officers of the C.'i:E.F. Union and a number of gentlemen Interested in the game. A large crowd of people also were present and cheered a heartywelcome to the Southerners, which was as liberally responded to. The formal welcome was given at Mrs Manson's hotel (where the team is to be quartered daring its stay) at .which Mr ft. Kirkbride, speaking in his dual capacity $s Mayor of the town and president of the C.T.R.F- Union, said it gave him great pleasure to performtbe duty of welcoming the team, and hoped and ex pected that its members would enjoy their stay. Of eour e h's local patriotism would n?t permit him to say that he hoped that they would win, but of coarse they would do their best to do that, and he hoped that, win or lose, they would evince a good spirit. Af...

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CRICKET. SELLHEIM C.C. V MILLCHESTER C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

CBIOKKT. SELLHEIM C.O. V MIMJCHESTER CC. A cricket match wae played at Selliieim on Sunday last, 12th inet, between tlie local team and Millcbeefcer O.C., and resulted in a win for SeLlheim by 24 runs on the first innings. Appended are the scores : SELLHEIM : SELLHErM ; 1st InningB. 2nd Innings. Lloyd, b Ellis 38 b Peace ... 0 Willie, e ®eil, b "Doyle ... ... Q b Doyle ... . 0 Keseler, b Doyle ... 6 e Cody, b Peace ... 0 Hedgers, c Peace, b Doyle 18 b Ellis ... IC Grrifiitli,b Peace ... 5 c Iiloyd, b Moffat ... 17 GvKolf, bUllis ... 0 b Moffat ... 0 W. Kolf, b Peace ... 8 not out .... 2 Trembatb, b Ellis... 0 b Moffat ... 2 Bencfe, b Ellis ... 2 b Moffat 0 Museon, c Cody, b Peace ... ... 2 bEllie ... 10 Cockfield, not out... 5 b Moffat ... 0 Sundries ... 8 Sundries ... 8 Total 86 Total 55 MnXCHESTES : MlMCHESIER : " 1st Innings. 2nd Inuingg. Currie,b Crriffitli ... 3 JJeiL ruii out ... 15 b Griffith ... 5 Moffat, sfc Hedgerg, | b Griffith... ... 3 b Griffith- ... 2 Peace, c Trenbatb...

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What People Say. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

What People Say. * Truth is el ranger than Fiction,' so people say, but such truth as we received from T Channon, Esq. Photogragher, Nowra, K.8.W., is only a sample of what comes to hand by every mail from all parts of Australia. Mr Channon speakB for himself 'I was one of the first attacked by la Grippe at Nowra. The symptoms-sneezing, running at nose, weak, wateiy^yes, frontal headache, as it the bipm pmjted h) press through, the pain was almost constant, restless sleep, poor appetite, constipation, foul tongue, constant expectoration of yellow greenish phlegm, burning prickling feeling in the chest, great weakness and pain at the nape of the neck, water-dark brown, I tried to rise but was at, the worst, X (atd of the curative proper ties of Clements Tonic, and was induced fo tryit, although sceptical about advertised remedies | after a &w doses I certainly left . better, BO much that I wrote you, asking me. I staged-iay co^e and you said it was a severe grip, and recommen...

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A Funny Game. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A Funisy dame. A few friends met the other niglit in a Newtown store to spend a jovial evening, but as they were all teetotallers and none of them drank anything stronger than Clements Tonic, drunkenness was out of the question. Mac proposed a game of euchre, and Jones said they had better play for something just to give the game en, interest and make it lively, but times were hard, so they did not care to play for money. Smith, however, spied a box of Fletcher's bilious and liver pills, and pro posed that each time a man was beaten he should take a pill, and this made the game - lively, and-the fun was fast and furious. Simpson swallowed five, Jones got away with four and Smith and Hopkins two each and Mae got off scot free. The game terminated by a general exodus at 3 a.m., for Dr Fletcher's pills never labour in vain. They are the best and mildest pills made and are sold by all chemist and druggists every where ; being a positive, safe, and reliable j - cure for. constipation, li...

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WHATTH WICKED ACTRESSES REDING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

WHA^^fc§#tCKfil)ACTEES >ES AliETi OTG English Woman-I wanttigo onthe stege and t think! should like to vifc:t America.. Manager-Well, v u most; get into some nasty ecraqe w th some Iiord: Fee? * /. " '11 attend to the rest. I know the man at this end of fchecable. W6'll paralyse the Americans ifthe p ess will risk publishing the nauseating details." Feathers in a hat do not make old and ugLy. weatere look: ^ifce «priiigch^&ens. No man can be agoodman, in your esti mation if-hewants the officeyouwant. Atfieta ch id want^ the moon- A li tie la'er he ante thetavfch. " Brains ill t il/' So wi l the little bro ther 1 idd^n under the sofa. he timps w^en it is not adviaable to tell the troth are also the times whenit is not advisable toteUanyjfching. George Kl^e Caiter was acq ,itted at the Criminal irittfligs of the Supreme Court on a. charge of making b. false statement under the Kle tio s Act. Great dissatisfaction with the new railway tuifi on agrieu tural products1 Is expre...

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PARLIAMENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.)APRISBANE, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

- -.i - - ?-..?: » -J (BY TEIIE&BAPH.} BBISBA&E, June 14. In the Assembly, Mr Morgan presented a petitionfrom Mr Ransome, of Warwick, re Tfflffduig a Verdict of a jury at (he Circuit Courtthere in 1884. Sepljing fco a question without notice, by Mr E. Palmer, Mr Tozer stated that 36 Chintse had been arrested at jComooweal, and the Government had no knowledge of any more being on the road. Mr Black gave notice to ask Sir S. W. Griffith when the Government intended to introduce the Bill dealing with the division of the colony, as provided in the Governor's speech. - , In committee, the Criminal I/aw Amend ment Bill was re-committed, when clauses 3 ? and 4 were amended on the motion of Sir S. W. Griffith. The alteration had reference to ; the cross-examination of a - witness by the : accused person who tendered evidence. The < 321 was reported, and the third reading j ordered for-Wednesday. | Sir S. W. Griffith moved the second read ing of the Elections Bill,...

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A HINT TO MOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A HINT TO MOVERS. A colored man who was huntingp|ft toaw to move into was ? eked if lie paidhts renfctd^ Ms former landlord. " Teg, eah," he said, rather hesitatingly. '.Cati'i you tt a recommend tionP" " Oh, yes sail, 1 can get Mr. Smith, my landlord, to give itte a recommendation." "How do you know you can?" "Oh, ' know I can, cause l.e wants me to get out." A j CKEY in p litics"* will try o carry favor niha dark horse. MOST of the .-elf-m de men lia e a ho ne* made look. FRIENDS often get alon^ better together when they are apart RAI WIT GuA D AT I (OUBSTEJLD - It IL 'tart on ti i e to-day I ain't got much appe-ite. ICELAND has 70.0D9 inhabitants, - mo -t'y fool- 10 not eniigr itinc. A* VICE fro the Century D ctiouar* . pige 4808: '1 o pop the que tion. r-'ee pop. HE - What sort of a chair do you like t» git on best F She (slowly) -A kneesy one. Os-B of the things that is not faithful to the end is a cheap cigar. The best " coast defences" n this country are the rea-side hotels. ...

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

JL LEONARD begs to inform the Business Public of Charters Towers, the Secretaries of G^ldMining Companies and other Local Institutions that he lias recently importedfrom London one of the Latest Improved Plants for the manufacture of Rubber Stamps, and hopes to receive a share of the public patronage. The prices charged are strictly reasonable, ^FLGWWM H ^l » and Hie article supplied is guaran- 1 ImJl teed to give satisfaction... Alarge JL JLW JL -M'" - stock of Mbnnts and other appliances for the repair of Rubber Stamps always on hand. Address all orders care of Ngbthern MIXER Office GlE-street^ Ghaa^berB Towers. . I>i^c?'?'«?.- '-A.". "K E Ifc :» n.n<1 ? M XTM^TTA. Ladies in the Country can have - ja» Good. Bit by sending Pattern Bodice. ^ FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. i, 7* Dress, Mantle, and Habit Making Establishment. r v Having' received a choice assortment of Winter Goods, J Wedding and Mourning Costumes made up on the Shortest Notice. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UDERCLOTH...

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The Handypen-Haydon-Coffin Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

The ^ndypen-Haydon-Ooffiii Divorce. MRS. HANDYPEN. MB. HAYDON-COFFIN. ? --^ A-pp&rt; irente In Kensington ?qnare, where die was frequently visited by co-respondent. The Lot of fudges in divorce eases would be easy wereit not for the theatiical profes sion, who, it is Bad to note, are' famous as disturbers of domestic peace. Hie latest Thespian to maintain the tradition is Mr Haydon-Coffin, who has loved not wisely but too well a Mis Handypen, a lady, as our sketch shows, gifted with many attractions. Mr Haydon-Coffin is A very popular baritone who has been singing for some years in comic opera. He is the eon of a Kensington dentist, and wae originally educated to fo low his father's profession.

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