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

: Queensland Smelting tk, Limited, ACOERSHOT. MARYBOROUGH. tot V BIT EES A3STD SMELTERS, OF lioid, Silvery Kteadaiul ?»PW5r«rc8, Auriferous Concentrates i AKB pyrites, Amalgam, &c. fST&t Highest Prices in the Colo nies paid for Aurifer ous Concentrates Um& Pyrites. I-tot FIRSTCLASS FACILITIES FOB CRUSHING. -tot AJLUXJAMATING AND CONCENTRA TINa ON FRIJE VANNERS. -tot Assays and Practical Working Tests made;; : Slid all kinds of Analytical Work done on Seasonable Terms. -Jot 3E. A. WEIKBER^KII. GENERAL MANAGER. 2HE RUSSELL IMPROVED ELEC TRICAL BEITS BAND 3, FOOT BATTERIES & SEETHING NECKLETS ate a pronounced success in the treatment of various Nervous Disorders, Aches, and Fains. These belts give a decided and uniform galvanic current which thoroughly permeates the whole human system, ? it stimulates to action the half-dormant organs nerre matter, and thereby removes the fundamental causes of disease, m.T and -disorder. The Russell Electric Belts are ab...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RAVENSWOOD JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) RAVENSWOOD, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

RAVENS WOOD JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL ITEETLKA. (B; SUBOMPB.) BAFENS WOOD, June 20. The following weights have been declared s raniG pipicAi: 6 fatioogs. st lb et ft Blacklock ... 9 6 Mundie ... 6 7 OleSid ... 8 10 Jaek Satton... 6 7 Qflieiy ... 8 7 Mies Victor... 6 7 WELTER HJlKBICA.1?-7 furlongs. Thanra ... 10 6 Comet ... 8 O Vampire ... !& 8 Bfun^ic . 7 10 Aveline 8 4 Whalebone... 7 lO PUBHCAHS* PURSB--l^ miLefl. Velocity ... 9 9 Sefton ... 8 O Siiverapray m 9 4 Visor ... 7 13 Sunbeam ... 9 3 Comet ... 7 4 Blackloek ... 8 12 Fairplay ... 7; G Starlight H ... 8 12 ^Staimjc », 6 ; 7 Tharira ... 8 8 liiekSattoo.., 6 7 OleSid w 8 6 SHORTS HAKDIOA.P,-Sfurlongg. Blackloek ... 9 9 Comet ... 7 f' OleSid ... 8 IS Jack Sutton... 6 10 Gaiety ... 8 13 Mundie 6 lO TamO'^hanter 7 9 Itisa Victor ... 6 10 Whalebone ... 7 4 BAVENSWOOD JOCKEY CHTB HANDICAP milee. Velocity ... 9 7 Sefton .,. 7 12 Sunbeam ... 9 % Comet. ... 7 9 Silvewpray ... 9 1 Fairplay ... 6 13 Ffarlight II... 8 10 Whalebone......

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

2STE W SOUTH WALES. 6ydkey, June 14. Mr Arthur rtankin. senur, a we'l-known. pastoralist, died at liis residence, I/ockyera Leigh, near Goulburn, aged 87. He bad been a resident nr the district for 37 years. At the Redfern Police Court tO'djy, Titos. Walker, M.L1., appeared ou remandy charged with having malieiouslywouuded the Rev. DavicLjLasero, with intent to *do him grievous bodily harm. Medical evidence was given that Lasero was still confined tatfae hospital, and would not be a~>le to attend. Court for at leastten days. Be, however, was progressingfavorably towards recoveiy. His life is not nqwcoi^dered indanger. The ca«e was remanded till Tuesday next, biil being allowed, two sureties in his own Tecogaisances £330. " STDjrsY, June 15. - A deputation representing theAjistrjliaa and New Hebrides Company waited ;oa Sir Tliomaa Mc- lwraith yesterday and brought before him a number of mafctersin connec tion with the islands which require to be remedied. JSir Thomas SteLlwraith i...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, DIME 15. j AtraaG trom tteiiuca overtook a ganger, ; iiamed Fower, who was on a trolly in the centre o£ the bridge over the Campaspe Birer near Rochester. Power, fieeing his danger, scaped by j ampin £ off and taking refuge in bridge. The engine clashed i tiie tarolly to splinters, but fortunately kept Over 3003 adults are now registered at the MeIjBOITBNEJ Jioib -15.' is considered probable that the Inter ^lonialGonfereaep <mthe Colored Labor and the ap A iOwing to fee _-~.-Xs_ jjarts *»C Europe numbers of seamen are offering themselves for engagement at nominal wages for the purpose of getting a passage to these colonies in the hope of betteringtheir condition, and the Collector of Customs has had brought under hie notice the fact that vessels are arriving in this port with men who will be discharged almost penniless.. In view of the distress prevail ing in Melbourne, the Porfcmaster has given instructions to the S hippingmaster not to permit the di...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE. June 16. I A disgraceful scene took place at the Crown and Sceptre Hotel at an early hour this morning, owing to the rowdy conduct of several members of the MMbaume Football Club, who are id Adelaide at present playiag a series of matches with the lo^ii teams. They were the worse for liquor, and the rowdies smashed upsome furniture, includinga large mirror, They broke into the rooms occupied by other lodgers, and the landlord remon strated with them in vain. Two of them: afterwards broke into a room in which De tective-sergeant Hampton wm sleeping. The detective awoke, and with the assistance of two constables arrested Sobert Gibson and Emest Howe,whowereafterwar3sbrought before the Police Court and remanded, hail beingrefused. The Chairman of the Baiiway Commis sioners has explained that the ehortnessof Tailway trucks at Port Pirie is due to a number of trucks which had been fitted for tinks to convey water, not only to Broken Bill, hut for working locomo...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

PEBTH, June 13. J William Gliopin, a chemist at York, lias been 5ommitted for trial on a charge of pro curing abortion ou two ypuiijg girls by means of medicine and instruments. PEBTH, Jane 14. JSews has Just been received from Derby that a white iaati, whose name is unknown, j arrived at the Barrier station on Jnne 9th,; with two spear* sticking in him. He stated : fliaf, bis two companions had been murdered ; by the blacks in the Leopold Kanges a few days previously. Three men named Hand, T. Henry, and E. Allen, left Derby last May and went prospecting, They are believed to be the party attacked. A Chinaman named Bong Du was charged at the Police Court, Perth, with attempted suicide. It appears that the servant girl accused him of theft, and hie cut his throat in consequence. He only inflicted a slight wound, and; was cautioned and discharged! PEETH, June 18. Further particulars regarding the murder by natives in the LeopoldRanges shows the men were Allen, and two brothers, Robert...

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

¥.jfn\.v\ When_yer goes to sea mini jjer drinks WOIFESSCHNAPRS IF AIN'T adulterated an' its as armless as Mothers milk. Its tfie bestSJ>erit T ^FFJFE^AIJPRS T*UT ?ISS^QMNR' ^IFV^' fop

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Shipping News. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

ABEIVAXS. June 13-Guthrie, s, Captain P Helms, from Hongkong via ports, with through pas sengers for the South. Burns, Piiilp and Cor Ltd, agents. ? June 14-Jelunjra, Q.R.M.S., Captain A W Mann, from southern ports. Bums, Philp and Co, Ltd, agents. Wodonga, s, Captain Lake, from southern ports. Passengers-Mesdames J Johnson*. Ogilvie, ft Craven, Ramsay and infant, Jul-6, K Thomas, Wellmington, Bourne and child: Misses: Hawkins, Andrews, Wilson, Bodi, L Miller; Bis Honor Judge Cooper; Hon W A Vanneck; ifteHMosmanj. Messrs Pestell, Pennell, Sace, Tremain, Whatman, Fobertson, E Craven, Morpher son, Whit worth, Kirkaldy, H J Beattj, W Flynn, W Mooney, Maughaa, J C Ashe, Burke. J P Fitzgerald, Martin, Wood, Hain, A E Face, W Heiadorff, J H Bead, F A .Walker, H M Banisay, B O Bou^n^ A. H. Wilmington, Meldrom. For Northern ports--Mesdames Adams, J W Banker J Murray; Rev. F W Walker; Dr. Aubrey Brown; Messrs D G- fcyme," James Smiberfc, A B Joyner, E E Hawthorne, A. E Devine, Waters, A Pixl...

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

OwiK» it is said to the scarcityand high prices of fat Btock the price of meat ist Ade laide has been advanced by the butchers eon nectedwith Hie Maeter Butchers' Association, a penny per lb. One of the leading butchers ofAdelaide on Saturday morning infoi^ggda Register representative that the stepjlken was necessary untilthe price of fat stock was reduced. His reason for the scarcity and high prices offiat stock (referring more par-" ? iacularly to cattle) was that the roads bjr which the animals came for conveyance by rail to the market had been closed through want of water and feed. Graziers through out the colony had been in the habitof taking store cattle in to fatten in order tomdi^feirf paces, but as the season last year was so Ja&e they had ILO grass to put their stock on. Afc the present time butchers axe giving 3£d per* lb, for live beef. Some of the leading butchers here have been obtaining aupplies from the Melbourne market.

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New Elections Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

New BBGtioqs Bill. A 1>ill Amendin the present Lair relating to eiectiotiewas introduced in* o the Assembly by the ChiefSecretarv on Wednesday. The measure tob deigned p mcipally for more effecj/tiaHy carrying out the eti tirg Law, and does not contain any important elector 1 reform. The serond clause pro * ides t hat every claim mad** :by a person to hav hie name inserted « * an lectoral roll must set forth the age and occupation of the claimant, and must be dec a red by him be fore and attested by a ju tic* of the peace. Claus- 3 amends the present form of ap plication so «8 to givH effect to the previous section, and provides that the attesting justice must sign a certificate to the effect that the claimant has satisfied him " after full enquiries that he po sesses the qualifi cation above »? t ted." Under clause 4 "any jutice that signs any such certificate without personal knoledge o full inquiry, for which purpose he may require the applicant to de pose to the facta upon oa...

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An Exciting scene. (BY T[?]LEGRAPH). [FROM OUR OWN CORR[?]SPONDENT.] ALLORA, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

Ill EiGiflug Scene. (Br T LEOBAPE). [fBOM OUR OWN COBB 8POSDENT.] A LLORA, June 24. A«> unusual ?c<*ne was wit essed here on Sundij when a nidation Army service was being held In th . afternoon a member of the Army nirae l Meenin after "testifying" prew fearfully excited stating he was under the sj.ccial p otertion of heaven, wnd could not die. He pr duced a bott e from his pocket declared it contained pois n and drunk the contents . A. scene of great excitement ensued, women hrieked. and there was a perfect pandemonium for a while. The police were sent for, Meenin was > nested, and r Fain was called in an * administ red remedies. The pris ner was brought up b fore the local bench, yesterday, nd th^ me i al evidence was to the effect that he was suffering from incipent insanity. An analysis of the rema ning f*on'ents of the bottle showed the present of 6 grains of stiych nine crystals, which fortunatel had not dis solved in the water used, but were found clinging to...

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Almost A Hint.. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

Aluio§| A Hint. 1 hey were walking under a very little' umbrella, and the liked Well enough' not rto * want; f large spread of alpaca. He was modest, and seemed to foe uerrous, and she finally remarked very softly, and with a note of inLewogation; * Charley, I'll carry the umbrellr if jou wittletme.' ' Oh, no! I can ean^ it.' * Yes Charely, bat you see your arm takes tip so much^bom that one side of me is out in the wefc' / :/' * I know, Fannie, hut what mil I do with my arm ? Won't it be in the way all the same.* * I don't know, Charley. T m Clark always know^Jthat to do with his arm when he is under an umbrella with Mary Martin, because Ifmy told me so.'

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

A merchant is a great flunky after people who have money, and he has a correspondingly .. bad opinion of those. who are .poor. A few day6ago he asked hie chief clerk; * Have you written the letter to gmitfa, Jones &Co?' 'Yes, I have Jusfc finished it, but it is not signed.' * Ihendon't sign / very respectfully yours * Leave out the word' very.' 1 here are rumours that they .have sustained heavy losses of late, ? and are not quite as solvent as they might be:'!

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The Drowsy Old Man, the Bull-Pup and the Thief [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

Tlie OrowBy Old oaid tlie Tta-i^F Grood do.* stay there." (2) " I trliiak it's goad enuff. /2l * * Gently does libe Jock/' - (4) "Muitfaari

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The Delights of Matrimony. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

The Ueli^lite of Patrimony. They a'I h«d notice I the man just ahead of them wheeling a baby can* age, and finally one of them spoke up " -'y Greor^e! I believe that's a case of kidnapping!" he said. " It does look suspicio 6." >aid the sharp little fellow next to him. .' N onsense," said the elderly man on the right of the other two. " But see how hard he tries to look uncon cerned," pr tested the fir?t. " And see how furtively and anxiously he looks back to see if he is followed," ad ed the second. '. Of course he's not'hurrying," put in the firs*, " because that would attract attenti »n." " But heis ready to run if he sees anyone following him,", suggests the -harp little fellow. .' We'd better make him eive an ac c unt of himself." " Now hold on," interrupted the elderly man. "Did either of you ever hav * your wife Ml you start ahead with the baby and she'd overtake you ?" " ky no. We're not married." " Exactly. Then you never knew what it was 'ob; haunted by the fear that, s...

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

James Berry. James Berry, the subject of oar sketcb, occupie ' the position of public hanguian from 18S4 uniil recently, and at length resignei his position owing to a difference of opinion with the authorities held by lum on the subject of the drop, which lie con sidered to be too long and which verified his opinion by decapitating the first criminal operated on. There has been published (says the Pall ifall Budget) by Percy Lund and Co. " My Experiences as an Executioner," by James Berry. A large portion of the book has evi dently been written before Berry's recent resignation, as he uses the present tense throughout. The editor, Mr Snowden Ward, gives abio graphical introduction, from which among other facts, we learn that in conversation " Mr Berry is fluent, apt in anecdote and illustration, and fall of a subtle Yorkshire humour which he cannot entirely shake off even when talking on serious subjects. Tfis tastes are simple. His favourite occupations are fishing and otten-hunt ...

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

NORTH QUEENSLAND TATTERS AliL'S CLUB, CHARTERS TOWERS, Q iHM.tfS'Oa.B.h MEETING TO BE HELD ON THE CHARTERS TOWERS RACECOURSE ON THURSDAY, 28TH JULY. FLYING HANDICAP. Of 50 sovs.; second horse 6 Sovs. froji the prize; 6 furlongs ; nomination 1 so v., acceptance 1^ sovs. HACK RACE. Of 15 sovs., second horse 3 sovs. from the prize, for all approved hacks which a* the time of starting have not won a prize of the. value of 6 sovfi. or over; 1 mile; catch weights; nomination 15s. TATTERSALL'S HANDICAP. Of 125 sovs.; second horse 15 sovs. ; third horse 5 sovs. from the prize ; If} miles; nomination 1 sov., acceptance 5 sovs. SHORTS HANDICAP, Of 40 sovs. ; second horse 5 sovs. from the prize. Winner of the Flying : Handicap to cany 7 lbs. penally ; 5 furlongs; nomination 1 sov., ac ceptance 1 sov. '? '' ' i v. BOOKMAKER'S PURSE. Of 70 sovs; second horse 10 sovs from the prize. Winner of the Flying Handicap to cany -51b penally, winner of Tattersalls Handicap to carry 71b penally. Penalties ...

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Death of Lord Ancrum. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

Dealt) of Lord Spun. (by 1ELEGR vPH.) Sydkky, June 16. Lord Ancrum, one of Governor Jersey's aide;--de-camps has been killed while out shooting on. Ed wards' Bibenluke sta'ijn, near kionatu. The ace dent was due to the restive ne?s of the horse which the deceased was riding. Lord Ancrum was 25 years of age, and was the eldest sjn of the Marquis of Lothian. ? Z> - Sydney, June 17. The body of the late Ljrd *ncrum will, acc <rding to pres ^nt arrangements, be sent down to Sidney from Cooma by special train on Sunday evening, and will arrive o » Mon day morning. 1 p to tiie present no word has been received from the Governor as to his movements. it is understood he is now on his way back to the city as fast as possible. Gene al arrangements for the funeral will, therefore, remain in abeyance until the re ceipt of a telegram ftvm him. During the morning several visitors called at Government House to express regret at the s*d occur rence. Ano her acco-iir of the fatality wi...

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The Reward of Courage. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 22 June 1892

The Edward of Courage. Young Ai'perve-I . would like to many your daugh er. . Old Twomiilionr-You would ? Weil, -is anytting elee ypu'd like ?; . ; . , * Well, yes oow.you ask, I .would like to have settle a million on us atonee, and 1 w«uid like to eater yuur firm . ei= an equal putner, and I would 1L e to have you and your wifegeta bearding hou6e outfiidesome whe e, as your home ie hardly,«noughfor so many,;9.nd I would like-' But the oldman, after, several short sharp gasps, had parsed awajand thecouragejus youth got; the daughter, the whole two million,, the en ire house everything \here was. j -!

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

SIXTH ANNIVERSARY RACE MEETING, TO BE HELD <m THE - Charters Towers Racecourse, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I5» 1892. ,.. ' President: T. OlV IfiSB. Judge i Hon. J, DBASTE. Clerk of the Scales: M. DEE. Starter: G. 30LLIYAN. Clerk of Course: W, PABSOJfS. Stewards: HON. J. DEANS, A- H. PSITCHABD, 1C. DEE, A. EARL, D. MISSIKGHAM. PROGRAMME. First fiaiee, to start at 11 o'clock a.m. Flying Handicap Of 60sovs., for all horses, second horse 10 sovs. from Hie prize; f mile* Jfomination 1 sot., acceptance 2 sovs. Second Buee, to start at 11*45 tsum, Hack Race - Ol 15 sovs., for all bona fide hacks that hare not won an advertised prize exceeding in value ? sovs., and to be approved of by the Stewards; second horse 3 sovs.,-and third horse 2 sovs, from the prize; 1 siile. ffiwnmm weights, -6 si 7 lb. Entrance 15s, to be in September 7th, 6 p.m. Third Race, to start at 12*30 p.m. Miners' Handicap Of 100 sovs., for all horses; second horse 10 sovs. from the prize , l^ mile The winner of Flyi...

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