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MR. ROBSONS VIEWS. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
MR. UOBSOWS VIEWS. LONDON, June 27. Mr. Rohsoa, the Premier of British Colombia, supports the preferential tariff. THE ANARCHISTS AGAIN. .London, June 27, Two anarchists In Paris have con fessed that thev were implicated in the outrage at Veiy's restaurant, im plicating two more. B0ITI!ff&A3V?GBK.* , Losuou, June 27. There has been serious rioting at pork, and many have whilst several and ?srere
Managers' Reports. DAY DAWN SCHOOL RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
Managers* Reports. DAY DAWK SCHOOL RESEBVE. I J. Bixon, manager, reports under date j ; June 25th:-No 2 east level (Mills' United) j has been extended 14ft for the fortnight, which leaves 10ft more to complete the con- j tract. At the School Eeserve the air, -steam and water pipes have been connected with the j compressor. The underground engine has ] been fitted up and is ready to start work. We are at present engaged in fixing rails in the underlie shaft. We will be ready to start | sinking when tirs is completed, which will be on or about Thursday next. THE VICTORY. J._ Taylor, manager, reports under date, June 18th During the fortnight the foot wall driven in No 7 north level, has been ex-" tended 20ft, total 58ft from starting point, the face of this drive is in 210ft from main level: there is about 4£n of reef in the end, rather poor quality. The stopes on footwall reef at this level are showing from 3in to 2ft of stone, medium qualify. No 9 north level -The stopes on bottom r...
The Carrington Gold Mining Company. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
Tli® Carrington* Gold Sfiiiifig Company. Tlie Scottish Leader, a daily paper printed in Edinburgh, has the following in its issue of May 7th CABBINGrTOX GOLD. " When we first introduced the Charters Towers gold ininies to the notice of our readers, we pointed out that it would be necessary for i them to discriminate very particularly be |tween the good and the bad. We have I again and again had good words for the Bril l liant, the Victory, Mills' Day Dawn U nited, and other proved successes, but have never hesitated to warn investors against those wild cat schemes that would inevitably follow in the wake of sound ventures, trading upon their sensational results. This week has witnessed the introduction of a Charters Towers property to the English market, which requires some looking into. More than one of our financial contemporaries received it with open arms, accepting without demur the statements of the parties interested in dispos ing of shares and ma king a market. We re fer to ...
Ravens wood Mining. (From the Mining Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
Raven§wood HSiiing. (From the Mtmnq Journal.} Old Man Mine-This company are keep ing all the available crushing power going at present; a second 100 tone lot is now going j through the Brothers Battery, and a cleaning ] up of 120 tone on Thursday yielded 90ozs. of j gold, being 15dwts to the ton. This is be : yond the expectations, and has raised the ' hopes of shareholders, and itis inueh more , difficult now to procure shares. They are also carting in 100 tons l*o the Mabel Mill for treatment there, besides keeping their own Huntingdon Mill in full work, and all tl>ia stone is the result of a very small staff, only 8 men working below who are winning the ore atabout 8s per ton. No. 1 South New Fngland Mine-This syndicate have placed their plant and , mine under offer to an English company throught Mr JosephPodosky. That the mina ieagood &lt;raelij^f>een proved beyond all doubt, the preseufc j^dit^ sink ing the o? now opening out a level about 9ft from the bottom. The...
DREGHORN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
DEEGHOE2ST. This once prosperous little diggings is lifee Kavenswood at present, under a cloud- The company formed to work the Currency Lass having ceased operations and are offering their plant for sale. Buildings arc fast dis appearing, only about five fossiekers are left on the field, and soon the dingoes will be master of the situation.
Our Weekly Croydon Letter. CROYDON, June 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
CROYDOST, June 12th. The month's returns, wliicli come "within this week's news, are, under the present; adverse circumstances, deemed to be satisfac tory, as showing what might have been with the help of a good downpour. Up to the present the increase for the year is 7G61fp2, compared with a similar, period of last year. I The stone averaged loz IGdwtrf 12grg to the ton, which at ?2 8s per ounce makes the average value of a ton of Croydon stone £4t 9s. This speaks for itself, and will bear | comparison with any goldfield in the world. II will, however, append the following figures from the Gfolden Age -The returns, for the month are far more satisfactory thaa was expected. The total amount of stone ! crashed was2,064i tons for 4,023ozs 17dwts 12grs ol mill gold, showing a decrease both in the tonnage and number of ounces compared with the same month of last year, but the average yield was 9 dwts. better, the average for May'91, being 1 oz. lOdwfcs. 8grs., and. and for last month 1 ...
The Mount Morgan Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
Tbe Monti t Morgan Mine. The &Gchampton Bulletin says:-"Tlie seventh, annual meeting of the Mount Mor-: gan Gold Mining Company is to be held on Tuesday, ofch July. The directors-in their re-; port say ;-" 'I he directors have now to sub- j mit their seventh annual report, together ! with the balance-sheet and statement of accounts for the past sis months, and the j auditors' report. rJ he statement of accounts ; for the first six months of the year was laid i before you on the 22nd September for conven ience. The two statements have been sum marised. In looking at the figures you will; notice that a large amount has been paid in j dividend duty. Since this tax was imposed, on the 19th September, 1890, you have paid £33,750, and since the Amended Stamp Act came into force on the 1st January, 1891, you have paid £413 for stamp duty on insur ance policies for gold. Since the- company was established on the 1st July, 1886, you have paid £9834 direct to the custom-house,; and th...
The Late Professor Freeman. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
The death of Professor E. A. Freeman, the historian, .which, took place at Alicante in Spain in April, was due to small pox. Mr Freeman had almost attained his seventieth year. He was the son of the late Mr John Freeman, of Pedmore Hall, Worcestershire, and was born at Harborne, in Staffordshire, in 1823. He was elected scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, in 1841, and among Ms fel low students were the Arnolds and Gold win Pinith, He was made a fellow in 1845, and filled the office of Examiner in the School of Law and Modern History in 1857-8, and m 1863-5. He was appointed fiegius Professor of Modem History and Fellow of Oriel in. 1884. But long before this be had spent a number of years in semi-retirement at Welfr in Somerset, inhere most of his literary work was done. His "History of the Normart Conqaeet," one of the most learned and im portant works of the time, began to appear in 1867; the fifth and last volume was pub lished in 1876. His " History of William. Rufus "' is a seq...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
P. SfflK ] Mechanical Engineer, \ GUNSMITH, &c., &en GILL STREET, Next door to the Police Barracks, Charters Towers To die Sporting Fraternity -P. Strung- , Has Just Received, and Has Now on View A Large Assortment of SPOILING iSiptllt All Eequisites forthe Crun andl Fishing Bod Inspection Invited. EDWIN BELL.GROVE, itttuiaat, Kabg, aJ fiffltfal CtatrisssM Insolvency. \
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
ATHLETICS. Alas that such things should be. The Port Douglas Times says:-i neat " take down " in the shape of a bet over a 4ft 8in jump took place on Friday last, a etoreman winning a " oner " off a packer, who "backed himself " to negotiate the stick and-failed. This led to another bet between the same storeman and a sporting-character, the latter giving £2 to £L that the aforesaid packer *'could not" do the 4ft Sin jump. The affair came off, a height-supposed to be 4ft Sin-was jumped; and the money was handed over by the stake-holder, without making the usual verification. Eventually it was found out that the height was really only 4ft 6in, the ends of both sticks which served as posts having been sawn off l|in. In the interests of athletic morality, we have no hesieation in characterising the latter affair " a swindle," penetrated by the party or parties who surreptitiously cut the sticks. Next day the sporting character-who was absent during the jump-demanded a show for his mone...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
NOTHING BUT THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING KEPT, and that is not kept longer tb.an possible, as everybody wko calls is attended to mstanter. - - -- ? \ A XSOOD TABLE AND FIRST CLASS ATTENDANCE. MANUFACTiTBEE AND IMPOBTEB OF EVERY DESCEIPTION OF SADDLERY AND HARNESS, J HAS great pleasure in .returning thanks for ^ y' jft P hotographs of Anglo the much appreciated sup- ^^0 Australian and best Stock port recorded him by his tm% Saddles, suited for either "patrons since he started breaking-in or extra rough the " Newmarket Saddlery f work, forwarded free on Warehouse," and also to JmjiStfl . V| application. announce tlmt be has just /nHB S I enlarged his premises andjiSBm « s " increased hie staff with theffffif & 1 As all orders entrusted best procurable workmen,iHHr S: 4 . 1 to C.E.H. receive his per trust®, moreover, to W v 1 tonal attention, this alone receive the continued con-i/w S I is sufficient guarantee dial:, fidence reposed in bfm by \ m perfect satisfaction will fee Il...
Dr. Vaughan. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
Br. Vaughan. Dr Vaughan, fiojnan Catholic Bishop 1&£ Salford, whose nomination as Archbishop o£ Westminster in place of the late Cardinal Manning was announced from Bome a couple of months ago, is in Jub sixtieth year. He is a man of great energy and activity. Some twenty years ago he founded the beautiful missionary college at Mill Hill, and literaliy tramped over -America North and South, eol leeting the necessary funds. This institution with preparatory schools also established by him near Southporfc and on the Continent, will ever stand as a witness to his zeal and work. In 1872 Dr Vaughan ?was promolred to the . See ol Salford, and since that timehaa labored steadily to make Manchester at Catholic centre. In philanthropic work he ha*£ always taken anaefcive pa^ To; him. more than to any other ecelesiaatac belongs the credit of having led the crusade against ~ " the overcrowding and other imsanitary con ditions of the housing ofthe poor in Hah Chester and Salford. The sw...
Managers' Reports. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
VpPfdey, manager, reports data, 16fe t&jt; i- ftrrirea on your ainw tfe*; % « |itnt of the minaj it taak twodaya. On the 11th 1 aftuted ^Jwpiogonthe bottom of the drire,»o tiut I &lt;Srald get this drive 6ft lower, bnl the l«t iihree days the m^n hare been in tha irits: working. There Is ISin of «lo» *® A* ^rire, and we hare raised 22 tons #f stone for the' week. No. 1 level co ;th is 86 ft |gn fromih» shaft; nx men hare been «9nployed in this level. Dannf tk* bA few &lt;Ujs X hate had one as braeeman to iand tie dirt. CKABS'fl BHIMJATTr, WoBGESSSB A*» '"\ .. ' TIOTOKY. . ? "'] J. Thompson, manager, reports under date 21st June, as follows:-I have the honor to report the work done in your inioo for the; fortnightendrag Jane 21st. The level t^ij been extended an additional 18ft, making the1 distance from the shaft 1&lt;01. Thers is jWtiang of any importance to repoit ebont this dri'e. The total depth of the wiaze it 32ft. The vein of stone continues ab...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
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ROCHFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
ROCHFOED. Captain P.C. have finished crush ing, but |I have not heard the result, but according to returns weekly from tables, wells and patis the returns must be good, the quantity put through is about 180 tons. Mo. 1 Captain have ? got through the blank in the sink, and are on 2ft of stone of poor quality at present, but no doubt will improve in value as they get down. Captain Block are sinking away and are in good hopes of bottoming soon to the royal metal. Rob inson Crusoe-The reef in this claim is improving greatly both in thickness and in value, but water will soon compel them to employ horse or steam power to unable them to continue sinking. The reef is now 2ft thick, solid stone, which prospects for about 25dwts. Commodore have got the water clear of the mine and a long pull it was, but patience, perseverance and long suffering bave prepared the old mine for more remunerative mining operations; you will no doubt soon hear of this famous old claim giving a good account of its...
TRIESTE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
TRIESTE. On this live little, field affairs al round bear a much more eheeiful aspect it is also mooted th.it the miners there intend to ask the Diamond Drill Committee to put down a bore ia their locality, and they deserre it. The proper authorities will also be asked why the money given for repairs to road betweeuRaveuswood and the Seliheim is pat to its proper use? The action of Divi sional Board in this matter is inexplicable and in the opinion of many quite inexcus able.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892
NEW SOUTH WALES. fiOBSi. June 26. 1 | Dr McPherson, the surgeon on tile Oroya, addressed a letter to the Sydney Morning Heralde claiming that no blame attaches either to himself or the Orient Co. with re gard to the outbreak of small-pox. He denieB that Miss Jones suffered from small pox when on board the steamer, and asserts that the disease must Lave been contracted by the passenger Osmond at Colombo, and that the period of incubation had just ex pired when the passengers landed in Mel bourne. The Typographical Association met to con sider the reduction in wages proposed by the newspaper proprietors, and a resolution was carried asking the proprietors to have the matter-.referred for settlement to a Board to be appointed under the Trades Disputes Con ciliation and Arbitration Act. The meeting pledged itself to abide by the decision of the Board.