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MR DIBBS. LONDON, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
ME Lostk>n, June 16. J Mr D£bbs met a nnmber of finan ciers and bankers and di£GH8sed for: several hours the position of the colonies. He laid special stress on the son ndoess of Australian securities, and was gratified to find the city confident1 that the depression was only tempo-; jrary; Mar Dibbs is convinced feat plenty of money will be available for loans on adv^antageoas terms. He Is parleying for the erection of a small arms and ammunition factory in | Sydney, but will consult his colleagues ; on his return before defioitely arrang ing. He goes to Ascot to-morrow and dines with the IjeatUer Sellers' Co. on .. .
SATURDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
'jrais -18 LiSfenlej Block eliaffc ie down 3Sew Hidden Treasure lias crashed s"t"-^ - \ . .V WesfcVietona is At the Ko^Essi; Sunburst the reef varies from 9in to ISin. In one place recently cut there are 4ft of stone; 51 tons of stone were raised for the fortnight, making a total of 83 tons. ' Tin. is now quoted at £104 per ton, the highest point reached for several jeare. It is rising at the rate of £2 per day; it is to be hoped the advance is due to legitimate de mand, and not to a " corner." The ehare market still remains very dull. Clark's Brilliant, Worcester, and Victory have eased, but Muldiva's are recovering from the knock back they lately received. No 7 Queen's are firmer, and so are Vic torys, Generally speaking other stocks are weaker. At the Dan O'Connell stoping is proceed ing on a reef varying from 6in to 2ft. The cross reef is keeping about a foot thick; 27 tons of company's stone have yielded 318oz of amalgam, and about 170 tons mill be put through. The tributors fo...
MONDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
MONDAY, JtHB 20. I The shaft at the eoutli-east Brilliant is down 384ft. The shaft at ik Day Dawn No. 3 West u now down 943ft. It is understood three levels will be put in on each side of the new Victory elm Ft right away. The Papuan, Brilliant and Victoria hauled SO tons the last fortnight; not 25 as stated on Saturday. The Old Man mine at Bavenswood has crashed 100 tons of stone for 62oz of gold, which will pay very well. At the No 6 Queen a little stone came in on Friday in the Eastern level, showing coarse mimdic and galena. The Iaondon quotations for Queensland shares, published in Saturday's issue, should hare read May 6th, instead of May 16th. AtBocMord a 16-inch reef, prospecting well, has hem discovered in the Bobinson Crusoe mine.. The Australian Gold Recovery Co. are about to erect works on the creek at the back of Craven's Caledonia. .. At the Queen Centralthe underlie is down 266ft from the straight in 3ft of formation, which carries small leaders, showing a little gold...
TUESDAY, JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
TUESDAY, JUNE 21. At the Sunburst 160 tons of stone have been hauled for the fortnight. The market still remains very flat, Victoiys being the only stock showing solid improve-: ment. At the Golden Gate the reef varies from i 6in to 4ft in thickness. During the fortnight 320 tons of stone were raised, and 326 tons were crushed for 564oz of gold. When the rumor of the encroachment on the Golden Gate by the No. 7 Queen reached London shares in the latter claim fell from 21s to 17s. Home holders would not be reassured, so Towers speculators stepped in and picked up a thousand or two at 17s. Sellers at that figure are now much dis gusted. At Mills United No 6 level east is carrying ? a reef 8ft in thickness. In STo 5 level east: the reef is broken up in the face, but the stopes over it varv from 3 to 12ft intliiekness. The winzes connecting the two levels have a - reef their fall sizes* In Wo 4 Jeveleast the reef varies from 3 to IQIn in thickness. The ; stopes over No 3 level east to N...
Managers' Reports. PAPUAN BRILLIANT AND VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
Managers' Reports* PAPPAir AO TTCTOB.IA.. w V. Jones reports under date June 17: -Since last report the No G level north has been extended 6ft total 109ft there is noebone in this drive at present. In the stope over this drive there is from&lt;3 to 14m ofetone In the slope the south side of the underlie there is 6 in of stone. The No 5 south drive has been extended 10ft total from the underlie 109ft there is lOin of stone in the face of drive of good quality. In the stope over this drive the reef is from 4 to 10in. In the slope over No 6 north the reef Is fr an 6 to 12in of good quality. In the etopes over No 4 levels the stone is from 4 to Sin we have hauled 60 tons for the fortnight making 325 tons in the paddock. Machinery in good order. dak O'COKKELIi. James Luxon manager, reports under date June 17th: I have to report that stoping has been carried on in the back of No. 1 level on . a reef varying in size from six inches to two feet, There lias been crushed at the Fair R...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
CO LIMITED BRANCHES AT BRISBANE, TOOWOOMBA, ROCKKAMPTON, IPSWICH, WARWICK, ETC., ETC. THE WOOLLEN MILLS. NORTH IPSWICH. above Company having gone to considerable expense in procuring the services of a FIRST -CLASS CUTTER FROM SYDNEY are now prepared to execute TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Gentlemen requiring a Perfect Fitting Suit for. Business or Evening Drees cannot do better than pay us a visit. We guarantee our Tweeds, Worsteds, &c., as being manufactured from PURE WOOL only, thoroughly shrunk and fast colours. JIT AND STYLE NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. CHOICE SELECTION OP PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. EEADY BMADES, Ac. We hold a splendid stock of Ready Mades, equal to bespoke. Also Gentlemen's Mercery in Great Variety. Qtir ALL WOOL BLANKETS are worthy of inspection, warranted to last 20 years. The Company's Celebrated Tweeds can only be obtained from their Establishment, Mosman-street; SO do not tb8 milled by Others ftdver -fcisiiig'eheap imported tweeds as Qu...
THE ULSTER CONVENTION. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
THE ULSTEii CONVENTION: LONDON, June 15. j Belfast is filling in readiness for the j Ulster Convention, and there is much excitement, but quietude has back decided on. There will be no proces sion in the streets so a® to avoid riots, and motions to be submitted declare that the Irish Parliament will molt in violence and bloodshed, and pledge Ulster men to abstain from the elec tion of such a Parliament which Ulster will be forced to repudiate.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
- B. ISharebroker^ IHHning Agent, CHABTER3 TOWERS J | VNTFM AtfD ^JOMPANY LIMITED. SBA8EBBOKERS, GH.I.-STEET, CHARTERS TOWERS. J AS, A. GORRINGE, Stock anli SJjare Broker. MEMBEE OF the STOCK EXCHANGE OF CHABTEBS TOWERS, LIMITED, lining, Financial and Insurance Agens, LICENSED SUB.VEYOB, ARCADE, CI1ETEBS TO WE BS a J. F« HINSCH, Member of Brisbane and Charters Towers Stock Exchanges, -STOCK AKD SHAREBROKER, CHARTERS TOWERS. W, F, DAWSON &CO-, STOCK AND SHAB.EBBOKERS jentd. All mining Business promptly attended to, and Reports furnished. Absentees "Mining or load Interest attended to. W. F. DAWSQN Member of the Charters Towers Stock Exchange. W. F. Daw§on & Co., G-ill-STEEET, CHAETEES TOWERS. DWAN & RUSSELL, SHA&EB ROGERS. 9Ktning[ Secreteries, HOUSE, LAM),' INSUBAlfCE AND GENEBAL COMMISSION Trustees in Insolvency. Member Charters Towers . Stock Exchange ROYAL ARCADE. J. R,"Srai>SHAW, LAM1TOT iSD ASS&T fifflCE, Bew. STREET. CHARTERS TOWERS. ...
Percy River. (BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) GEORGETOWN, June 1st, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
Percy River. (BY OUB SPECIAL COBRESPOITDENT'.) Geob&etowk, June 1st, 1892. cDifimisfiing, f&lt;>r4tfaejime the " Sensation ^ find, in viewing this district and " tovnaehip" the first thing that is very apparent' to toe most casual observer, is that the " Percy " is : Jairveritable.hotbed of unionists, a "branch ; centre of the Gulf F.W.A." It is estimated j liiat two-thirds of the adult nrnla population belong to this organization, and there are not a Wvr who openly expressed their opinion that others, who were at the Percy, or" Perey ville," as the mining surveyor has christened the'township, and who declined to, what they considered " surrender their liberty and fol low and.obey the behests or demands. of this organization, should not be allowed to remain in fiie township unmolested!" At one time it was attempted to boycott the "free laborers" oranyotbers who did not belong to Union, from obtaining rations at the ' camp. The Percyvillites are not without their "...
The Carrington Gold Mining Company, Limited Charters Towers, Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
Hie Carrington dold Sfining Company, Limited Oiarters Towers, Queensland. Proposed to be Registered In London under the English Companies' Acts. Capital-100,000 shares ofl2s *6d each folly paid, and a re^erre of20.000 shares flf 12b 6d each fully paid, I20,0e08hare8 of 12s 6d each fully paid. - Reserve.-Out of the above only 100,000 shares are to be issued, the balance of 20,000 shares being retained by the company as a reserve to be subsequently issu d at the option of the Directors, 'he proceeds to be wholly devoted to the future development of the mine, purchase of macLinery, etc., as may be necessity. Cash in Hand -On the cgfeipany being registered, it will have a credit balance in cash of ^§000 for carrying on the workings of the mine, etc. Office of company will be at 13, Basinghall Btreet, London,E C. Directors in "London mil be four in number, and their duties will be p incipally connected with passing transfers and issue of scrip, etc; Cost ot London Office.-Ifc is anti ipa...
British Minerals. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
British minerals. " Of British mines, -commencing with cop per, there are nine mines, with a subscribed capital of £257,576, which have declared in dividends £2,094,808 13s 4d, the present market value of which is £486,062; ten tin aidd copper mines, capital £838,19412s; divi dends £1,552,333 7s; market value £903,416; one copper ami lead mine, capital £140,000; dividends £430,000; market value JB60,000 ; six tan mines, capital £207,173 7s 6d; divi dends £328,795 7s 6d; market value, £222,687 10s; 16 lead mines, capital £836,550* dividends, £2,341,355 18s 8d; market value, £1,301,285. The grand total of these 44 mines shows a subscribed capital in round numbers of £1,800,000, upon which divinends have been received of £6,800,000, and the present market value of which is £3,000,003, thus showing a net return of 400 per cent upon original outlay. Of foreign mines the capital subscribed on ten copper mines is £9,154420; dividends declared £4.208,234, and the present market value £18,15...
A Weight-Lifter in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892
A Weight-Lifter la Trouble. Afl Europe faae rung with the deeds of C. A. Sampson, the great weight-lifter whose records run into tons. As usual with such men he overdid the thing and is now in com pulsory retirement for having lifted some valuable diamonds belonging to Mrs. Bern stein. The evidence showed that Mrs. Bern C. A. SAMPSON. (The Great Weight Lifter.) stein, who is described as a very pretty young woman, of about 23 years of j age, was com pletely infatuated by Sampson and was almost constantly at places where he performed. Hie repeatedly visited her at her house, and lore letters written by $Irs. Bernstein to the weight-lifter, showed the perfect abandon of her pasBion* She loaned or gave some £400 j , worth of jewellery to Sampson, who seems to ' have made away with a portion of it to some 1 | other fair-haired Delilah. This would pro-1 MBS. BERNSTEIN. bably account for the prosecution of Sampson by 31x8. Bernfiteio, who, strange to ear, all through the trial evinced the...