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Wit and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
iffit aitfc Uttmmtr. FIGURES do not lie, bat liars sometime figure. If a woman was as careful in selecting a husband to match her disposition as she is in selecting a dress to match her complexion there would be fewer unhappy marriages than there are. He-What does the poet mean by an aching void? I can't understand what it can possibly be. She-Why, I should think you ought to know. Have you never had a headache P SNOOKS : "The e were very few people at the funeral of Dr. Soonover." Smggs : "No wonder; hardly any of his patients h.ve survived, liiui" SNAPPER: "Who is that idiot thet just went out, having the door open ?" 0? nic : " He's the fellow who swore so because some one else left, it open.' : "Sashes have gone It's n-t the fashion to wear any hing round the waist at present." J*ck:" Irn't a coa'-sl eve alio we 1 the-e occasionally?" BADGFEora Attoevey :' In ani'y runs in your family, I believe?" Long-suffering Wit ness : "Well, my grandfather quit gathering rngs to become a la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
the new THE stew - ' WEEKLY PAPER! WEEKLY PAPER ! THE .* PUBLISHED In connection with the" Northern Mmer. PAGES FOB. i£D.! 20 PAGES FOE VD.! V V ¥ 'if ' , * v* fer It' « KOB.THER.Jf JfUflNG REGISTER' The prestige enjoyed for so many years by the Mines, as » daily, i iary in offering the public aTWENTY-FOUR, PAjGrE WEEKLY, which will be fullof the] ijatest Local, Colonial, Intercolonial, and I JSuiopMa KewB* . « SOiilllEENT MINING BEGISTEE." The latest Cabled Quotations from lin den and the other great commercial centres will make the REGISTER a, necessity to tue wiftwhiinf, and producer. " NORTHERN MINING- REGISTER." Week by week will appear ORIGIN AL ARTICLES by Eminent Scientific Specialists MINING REGISTER." fotes and Stock- Move ; conste»fc vade «ccw» ?NORTHERN Wfe- f fi"? % mfnts "Will of Pastoraliste. g. "NORTHERN The Correspondence from ite Agent^, in all the great mining centres and outgide camps, will keep the miner and prospector ip touch with all the latest discoveries. «...
Commercial. COOKTOWK, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
- 1 Commercial. COOKTOWK, (W. fi. HraPHmrs reports the sale of six bags of red and black and fifteen bags of teat fish, at £125 per ton; eight bags of prickley red and white, at £35 per ton; and" seven bags of lolly fish, at £25 per ton. J " SWEET ie Revenge.". . Many and various hare been the oppor tunities during the past week for the giddy ? lads and lasses of the Towers to sport them selves. Skating on the rollers, that substitue for thegenuine skating of wliich dwellers in the old country have had so much this win ter ; dancing mixed with social: joys, which would presumably include a little flirting among the frivoloug minded: and the wilder amusement of the Wild West Show. Who says the town is dull in fte evenings"? Mw he sat down with emphasis on the polished floor of the rink, or if not daring to try his akill on the rollers, has he watched the graceful evolutions of the many fair damsels who ^lisport themselves at tlie Athenaeum Hall ? Did he ncftroll up lie in gallantry b...
Meteorological. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
Meteorological. (BY ELECTRIC TELE&HAPII.) [F»03£ OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. TAMBO, March 12.-The weather is fine. BABCALDIXE, Maxell 12.-The weather continues fine, and there are no signs of rain. BRISBANE, March 12. Forecast for the North-Yet squally and unsettled over the peninsula, under prevail ing north-west winds. Generally fine- else where, except south-east from Clermont, where conditions are somewhat disturbed under the influence of a storm affecting the South Queensland coast. Sea moderate. For the South-Generally fine in the West, East, from the Meridian of t'orna however, especially off the coast matters are still in a very unsettled and uncertain state. COOKTOWX, March 13. The weather here is fine and very hot. TowjrsvaiB, March 13. The weather here is dry and hot. BHISBAXE, March IG. Forecast for the STorth-Unsettled and squally, with some rain, chiefly heavy showers "in the coaot districts under fresh strong south south east breeze, veering east winds, chiefly fi...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
CRICKET. On February 27th a cricket match was played at Maitland between a te&ni of lady cricketers from Sydney owl a team from Morpeth. The latter - were the first to bat, find knocked up 55 rung. The Sydneyladies went to the wicket, and for the loss of tw&lt;p wickets put together 243 runs, Miss Dean contributing 139, and Miss Harper 61; *-The captainess of the city team decided to let the Morpeth ladies continue their second innings. In this they Jailed to reach the score of their . fair foes, compiling only 89 runs, thus lead ing the Sydney team, who it is rumored intends visiting England, victors by 1 innings, 8 wickets and 99 runs. If our men cannot vanquish the Englishmen, I think our ladies can the English women.
PROJECTED DEPASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
PBOJECTED DEPASTURES. For Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate porta - Oabo. Thursday. 19th March. Arawatta,Monday, 23rd March. &lt;J.uiraing, Thursday, 26th March. Wodonga, Monday, 3Gth March. lieura, Thursday, 2nd April. For Pott Douglas, Cairns, Geraldton and Pungeuefs - thence weekly Burdekin, Monday, 23rd March, and thence weekly. For Cooktowo and intermediate ports - Arawatta, to-day, 18th March. Warzego, Saturday, 21st March. Wodonga, Wednesday, 25th March. Buninvong, Saturday, 28th March. For Moruianton. ' hursdav Island, &c. Warrego, Saturday, 21st March. Buninyong, t aturday, 28tli March. For London Dorunda, Tuesday. 24 March, Jelunga, f ues^ay, 21st April. Taroba, ? uesday, 19th May. Tara, Tuesday, 16th June. For Adelaide, via ports Same as Brisbane. For China, Straits Settlements, &e. Chingfcu, 19fch March. OtiErie, March. Taiyuan, March. Catterthun, April. Tsinan, April. Menmuir, May.
(BY OLD CRICKETER.) Likely team for Townsville. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
(BT OLD CRICKETER.) Likely team for Townsville. 1st. Hector Perkins, best all round cricketer on Charters Tourers; splendid break bowler, good field and reliable bat. 2. Joseph Pryor, good left hand bowler, with good break, splendid field and reliable bat. 3. William Hut ton, real good bowler, with nice work from the off, hard hitter and good field. 4. Louis Miller, grand field, good bat and fair change bowler. 5. Edward Sheldrick, real good bat, good field, and fairly good change bowler. 6. Walter Aspinall, best wicket-keeper in Queensland, splendid bat-. 7. James Carroll, the old veteran, one of the most reliable batsmen in the team, good field. 8. Henry Welding, good bat and good field. 6. William Bowjy, bats very nicely, leg strokes being his masterpieces, good field and fair change bowler. 10. Matthew Luke, a batsman with splendid defence, fair field, good change bowler. 11. F. P. Parkinson, stonewaller, punishes loose bowling, and grand field.
EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
EXPECTED From Sydney, Brisbane and ports lTrom Porfc Douglas Cairns, Ckeraldtoa, and March.' 21ft, and ', 21st,; March, luifcram^ddcate pwjte 3a1w, to#jC 18th. Sbich. Jtewwrifce,, Siimday. 2£ad March. W«dije«day. 25th March. Wfldongft. Sunday, 28th Match. I*eui58b. Wtedne8dav. let April. From Normanton,Thuj*sday Island, &c. MnJ^o, to-day, lSfch Mareli. ' \_. Q.«iming, Wednesday, 25th March. iLeiira, Wednesday, let April. JTromLandon aad intermediate ports JeLunga, Thursday, 26th March. Btdimba, Thursday, 9tli April. Taroba, Thursday, 23rd April. Tara, Thursday, 21st May.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
DEPARTURES. March 10.-Palmer, s., Captain Clark, for the North. Passengers ; Mesdames Tippett, and Figg, Messrs. Carney, Thompson, Brown, and G in the steerage. March 11.-ATaniac,s, Captain Meaburn, for the Sljorth. Passengers-Mrs Dunbar, Messrs Gray, Life, Batfcersby, Taylor, Gerry, Alexander andJohnson, and eLeven ia the steerage. March 12.-Cintra, s, Captain J. B. P. Medley, for Soutliem ports. Passengers Mesdames ISock and child, Warren, Misses Kingston, K Shanks, Rev. J W. Watson, Br; Crane, Messrs. White, Ac. W. Shanks, Bell, t oghlan, Warren, C. Baries, Cursen, Thompson, Bobt. Abraham, S. J. Hungcrford, W. S. Donald, Colbert, P. Collins, S. Bait lett, Hungerford, Osborne, Isaac, W. Fran cis, Constables .Crooks and Gtiillinsan escort . ing 5 prisoner, Nurse O'Donnell and 3 lunatics, and 27 in" the steerage.. Burns, Ph% and Co., agents. March 13-Star of Hope, : Captain Stewart, for GFferaldton March 15.-(xollan, for Greraldton. March. 16.-^-Leura, s, Captain Joy, for ISorthrrii...
GRIFFO-POWELL FLIGHT. SYDNEY, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
OBIFFO-POWELL FIOIIT. Stdhif, March 12. T he fight to a finish , at the Sydney Amateur Gymnasium Club rooms was contested to-night i for the featherweight championship, and resulted in a win for Griffo, on a foul, after 19 rounds had been fought. The exhibition pas a splendid one. It will he remembered that Guorge Powell is a Queenslander, and visited these parte » couple of yeare ago with George Dawson, who owes much of his success in the ring to the Brisbane idol, while Oriffo is well known, having defeated Bil y Murphy recently, thus becoming champion featherweight of the world. (®Y CABLE.) j " Ted Pritchard knocked Jaek Burke out in ] tliree rounds in a fight for thie ItfKddLeweight Championship of England, for £1200 prize money. Eritchard jrili probably fight simmona, the middle weight champion of the worlil, . . .
Shipping News. TOWNSVILLE. [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891
-e t^-"C ^?iV''"^' - ""' .' T~ ."i'~!~': ' ' - [sir POST A"X» EHECXBIC TEjLEflrTlAPH-^ - AaeaiVAis. 1 March 10.:-Grollan e., Captain from Getaldton. March .10.-Aramae s., from South, just; anchored at 10 p.m.' -Msareh 11.-Cintra, s,~ Captain Medley, from tiie Iforfch. Passengers-Mesdames Warren arid "two children, William ; Miss Kingston, Masses jHoghlan, White, Hungerford (2), Cusseri, Warren, Williams,Spencer, Culvert mm! the JRev. Watson, and thirteen in the steerage. . : March 11.-~tar of Hope, Captain Sfcewirt, '^iaSm &lt;3^raldton.' -- - i March 10.-Aramac, s, Captain J. E. .. Meaburo, from Melbourne, via |jorfcs. Pas - seMgers-Mesdames Stevens, F. C. Gardiner ? - Lang, A. Pain, Holiis Hopkins. Kidgley andehild, W. Thompson, If. Flem ing, Sudd, nurse and child : Misses Bam, Bella Bain; Messrs. Justice Chubb, W, Thompson, X- Gr. Babone, E. D. Miles, Chubbj Reiiminee, Frank s Hazell, W. ; McArfchur, J: F. Hindi, E. Gr. Fleming, H. ^^Tarrant, J. Jackson, Te Hloot, E. M. G...