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TROUBLES IN BOLIVIA. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

TROUBLES .IN" BOLIVIA. Loxdost, Jane 18. Th# rebals have defeated the Presi dent, and are now advancing on the capital. .

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THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

THE IMPERIAL PAELIAMEJ3T. LONDON, J une 18. 1 Mr Balfour lias stated that a dis solution is impossible before the 29th or 30th June.

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

JOSEPH MALL . Wishes to inform Ms numerous acquaintances, and the public generally that he has commenced business W THE GOAGHHW UNE Eirst-class Coach and Civility and Attention. r~~' " * Private Address : King-street, COACH AVAILABLE AT ALL HOURS. JOSEPH MALLON. CONTRACTORS, h 4m SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. f C. & CO., having opened a branch Shop in Gill-street, next door to W t - Peter Strang, are now better prepared to meet their old customers aiid the general public in anything of the BUILDING OR FURNISHING LINE. * Having now been in business on Charters Towers for the last ten years, they can be trusted to turn out work in their usual First-class style. gf&gggffig Mailt sbM FrnmisMM w Bmar T&rmh j. ($ms § ce GILL STREET. CHARTERS TOWERS. Charters Towers Crated Water and Ice woat«Mv KING STREET >ESSRS. J. ROMBERG & CO., having purchased the business lately ) carried on by H. Webb, and having secured the services of Mr. Reuben Parker as Superintendent...

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A SHCOK FOR DIBBS. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A SHOOK: FOR DIBBS. LONDON, June 18. Captain Charles Selwvn, in the; Statist, states the market is distinctly | averse to the in vestment of trust funds in colonial stocks.

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

Waterworks Board. THE regular monthly meeting of the Charters -Towers Waterworks Board was held at the Board Chambers on Tuesday morning. Present-Messrs. 8. H. T. Plant (president), M. Bamett, T. Buekland, B. Sirkbride and B. Toll. The previous minutes were read and confirmed, and the outward correspondence adopted, the in ward being received. , A telegram from Mr. E. G-.Callen, Under Secretary of the Treasury Department, stated that with reference to the Board's letter of 28th May, it was found impossible to give the Board retrospective powers. Another telegram from the same source stated that the reconstruction of the Waterworks Board was now being dealt with by the Grown law Officers, and would be settled in a few days. A farther wir^from the Department stated that an Order-in-Co uneii was gazetted on 30th May, constituting the Waterworks Board under the new Act, the order to take effect from June 1st, the first meeting to be held on Tuesday, June 7th. Another telegram, dated 3rd...

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LYNCH LAW. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

LYNCH LAW. 1 LONDON, June IS. IToar Italians have been lynched at Scat'le, in the United States, for murdering an American foreman.

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A PRINCELY GIFT. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A PRINCELY GIFT. LONDON, J une Baron Hirscli has given £7000, won by La FU cbe, who ra i second in the Derby, and won the Oaks, to the London Hospitals.

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A DOCTOR IN TROUBLE. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

A DOCTOS IN TROUBLE. j IioiffDosr, June 18. Dr William Maonsville Collins, of j tlie Horse Guards, has been committed j for trial for forging a promissory note for £1500- . I

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THE BELFAST DEMONSTRATION. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

!TH33 BELFAST DEMONSTRA-1 TIOK : I LONDON, June 18. :r-Belfast is Soil to overflowing1, and; the people are making" a complete , Tke ships and town are decked in flage, and special boats and trains are bringing In tens of thou sands. The hnge marquee is decorated -with emblems of England, Ireland, ^Scotland aiid Whales,: and many patri-; oticmottos. The Bar! of Abercom presided, and many members oflhe^ Honse of Commons and House of, were : present- Telegrams of sympathy were read from America, i elsewhere. The Areh motions wei« moved with the audience sta^dingand «hoatitig, " We ; Lord IJnblin to have the Parliament for is atid oiher speakers people were at the ibingis qniet in

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MR. DIBBS. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

MB. BIBBS. IjGNDGK, June 18. ^bifs onThna*day,wherebowiIl meet the Prince of Wales. He leather SfcinneraVdiniierhas been cancelled. Mr. Dibbs had several boors inter view with Baron Rothschild regarding the conversion and consolidation of Niew South Wales loans. He found Baron fiotbschild well informed, and regarding favorably the position of tbe colonies. Headmits Mr. Dibbs' scheme is a practical one, and wi ! h*ve a second interview with him. Mr.Dibbs also disqossed the matter wifch Mr. Antbony Gibbs, who is sure the scheme is possible on ad vantageous teraife to the colony. Mr. Dibbs lias arranged with Mr. |ru?iuaa V«d, the British Commissioner, to parley with the Chicago Exhibition Commis sioners for a place for New South Wales exhibits in a special court, otherwise New South Wales to refuse to join. Mr. McMillan is supporting Mr. Dibbs.

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SCOTCH HOME RULE. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

SCOTCH HOM E RULE. Lgndox. Jane 18. ] Tiie Scotch Home Rule manifesto is distrastfnl to Glad stone.

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THE WOOL MARKET. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, June 16.6, [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

MARKET. (BYTEtE&EAPH.) ; ; JSBXSB&HJBj June 16, , Messrs. B. D. Mprehead and po" report:-, 220 cattle were yarded to-day when the market,was dull, andlower. rates jizled. 1370 ? sheep were penned. Prices advanced Is 6d to 2s. We sold m catrlef 300 sheep, and pri vately 5200, Rosenthal weathers and eix Tocai Devon bulls. . BS" ^ June 14. : Misers Charles;|iolme and CJo., in conjunc tion with Messrs «Jacoi?son and Co, opened the new series of wool sales to-day, with a catalogue which could hardly:_be styled representative; 12,700 bales were offered. There was a large attendance, and the sale was characterised by a briskness in the com petition foxgall Australian wools, which were niirmbii May clbsiijg prices. ' Xfbw graces of Hew Zealand crossbred, however, wereS per cent easier, Lossoir, June 15. At the wool sales to-day there were brisk t biddingsSydney and Port Phiilig» greasies wjere keenly. competed for, and prices were V^ry' fiiiri. Best classes ^ow an upward ten...

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

51 Sow does he feel ?-He feels bine, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in the- wool, eternal blue, and lie makes everybody feel the same way Sow be feel ?-He feels: a headacUe,generaliy dull and con- j stant, but sometimes exeraciatmg- \ August Flower the itemeciy. j ? He feels j a ^oleai hieeoagbing or jamping of the stomach after a mea1, J bitter-tasting iiiatter of what he bas; eateaor drunk--August Flower

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

COMMERCIAL. I ^ i B. D. Morehead and Co. report 9th Jane, 1892:-JFat Cattle.-330 yarded market weaker. Best yards of bullocks made from £4 to £4 7B 6d; extra, £410s to £4 15B ; good £3 6s t» £3 15B. Light weights £2 10s. Cpws £15s to £2; extras £2 17s 6d to £3 5s. We sold ac D. C. McConnel and Sons, Gress brook, 108 bullocks to £4 7s ,6d, also on account of owner 20 bullocks at £4 7s?d to M4 15b. Sat Sheep.-2*460 penned. Prices un altered. Best wethera in wool 7s to 7s fid, gowd fe 3dt» 6s Mj metlinm n.nil- inferior 4s6dfco a few extra prime crossbreds, well wooled, lie 9d to 14B. We sold account S. A. 1 Co, Ltd., Mount Abundance, 1210 wethers at6s3d to7e 6d; 2L5 ee^as «t 5s 9d to 6s, and 8 crashed at 3s; account of T. A. Ryan, 10 merino ewes at 3s 6d. lambs.-121 penned. We sold 50 on account of T. A Ryan, at 4s to 7s. Produce.-Hides.-We disposed of 700. Extra htavies 4d to 4|d, a few extreme weights 4£d to 5£d, medium weights 1| to 2d : light 2d to 2gd. Tallow.-We offered 37 casks ...

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LORD ANC[?]UM. LONDON, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

LORD ANCoUM. LONDON, Jane 17. LorJ An cram's death created a pain - fed sensation at Dalkeith. The J3uke of Buecteuck broke the tidings to the father. There have been many callers at the Scotch office.

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

. J. B KA1N, (Late of South A"""""1 Medicine Co.) CHILDREN'S TEETH REGrXJIiATED. All Artificial Work Warranted. ADDRESS MR- J. u/»j., ,c/o Mil. MCDebmott, Chemist, Mosman-et,, . Charters Towers.

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

Iteoort, Balance Sbeel and Subseii^loii I4st -V. ^v, ; V" "? -v:"- - T '.HE CHARTERS TOWERS BEJTEVOLElTr SOCIETY,8 SIXTH JLSTNUAlj SEPOBT AND BAJjAHrCESBEET, VI HH IiIBT OP OoFTBIBimOjre. ^ I^HB Sitbsceibebs,-Your Committee have much pleasure in compared with'l^yeM'. Partofthe increase is due to tb^^wernment fiuSBldy bem^<£SO morethan larfiypftr. The total expenditure for tlie year is £49017s, being 3247 feSdmoxe than last year. Seventy-two cases have been relieved dnsangthe year, and 752 relief tickets issued. ~ The amount of £54 9s, shown in the balance-sheet as travelling expense^, lip been «jWiMa6fdlow8>-Sending a. widowfco her friends in England £12; another widow to hex 4aaab in the South, £3; £5 to a vidov, past passage to a situation atCroydon; ^S^lSte iixpenBes for child sent south for medical treatment; £16 10s sick inserts expenses - ISs 6d. Bluwti in the Balancs sheet for cleaning the -School oIArt8 :$sdne3»ia&.v-'" vT. ? ?- . - ; Your Committeehave...

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Dalrymple Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

Dalrpnple Dlvfeioiial %dard. WasheldoiiTuesday afternoon, at whichthe members present werar; "^ssrB\lS. Plant ^chairman), John Deane, 4, T. Bnekladi, ana «T- Byrne. . Tlie minutes of the last monthly meeting were read andcon firmed, the outward correspondence being adopted .and the inward received. A letter from Mr E. A. Smith, sgcrefcaryof the Jfational AffricuItura! and Industrial Association, of Queensland, statedthat other ? Boards contributing towards the prize for the best collection of road-making appliances, were giving from £2 2b to £3 3s, and that in aio case had the Dalrymple Board's offer of i>5 been equalled* It was requested that a cheque might be sent for such amounts^ the Board deeidedupon, in time tobe included in theprizeschedule. He promise of the Board was to give £5, provided other similar bodies did likewise. It w^decided that a cheque for £3 3s be seat. J. Pick, manager of the Brilliant Ex tended Block G.M.Co., wrote. asking per imrabni ito erect a bridge f...

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

-AND MOSMAN STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. iivm is a true Mend to its owner, and were its merits and the advan tages afforded by its use more generally studied, it would be much more commonly used than is now the case. A GOOD WINDMILL costs no more to erect than does an inferior one, and this is a point to be carefully borne in mind. The motive power-wind-being' a free gift of Nature, the first cost of a windmill may be said to be practically the only cost, the expense of maintenance being very trivial. The " PERKINS " Mill is to be thoroughly relied upon, It has no mechanical " notions," but is as simple as ABC, is well made, and a perfect regulator-that is, in storms it automatically puts itself out of work until the violence of the wind abates, when it at once again automatically goes into work. The question as to what sort and size of Pump to use with a Windmill is a matter to be determined in each case by the work required to be done. A few illustrations are given on the left hand si...

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

WM. NEILSON'S AMERICAN ART STUDIO, OPPOSITE SCHOOL OF ARTS, MOSMAN-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. J. C. Biltofl, J. Tilse, Artiste. W. N. having erected a New Studio at the above address -Is prepared to execute Portraits of every description from Miniature to Life Size in Water Colors, and White, &c., either direct or from the Photograph. J. C- Bh-TOFT -Awarded Three Firet Medals, Bockhampton; awarded First Prize Indian and lntereolonial Exhibitions. J. Tixse-Awarded First Prize Medai, Townsville; awarded First Prize Certificate, Charters Towers. on view at the Studio. Inspection invited. The BRILLIANT BOOT MART. it. T^TTCHOLAS, Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, lately carrying on business in J3I Mosman-street, wishes to announce that tie now established in those newly erected, large, and commodious premises situated just below theSunburst Hotel, G-ill street, and respectfully solicits a continuance cOjhe patronage of his old friends and customere« The new shop is well stocked with a...

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