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Warden'S Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 13TH. (Before the Warden.) G.F. HOMESTEAD LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

' Wardeii'iS' Court, FBIDAY, MABTH 13TH. (Before the Warden.) G.F. MOMESTE&D LB&SBB. John Craib, No. 2y32, part bjf&e-aban doited G.F.H., 1>:63, for the area of 1 rood 30 perches. Mr Missingham raised an objec fcion on behalf of T. Haine. The ease was adjourned for one week. Richard Bennett, Mo 2033, Milton Boad, 2 roods. -Grranted conditionally. Annie Bennett, at the St. Patrick Boad, No. 3034, for area of 2 roods. Adjourned, for 14- day p. Greorge Olirer, Kb. 2035, at Puddier's Creek, for area of 40. acres. Gr ran ted con ditionally. John Buckley, No. 2036, at Natal Downs Boad, for area of 2 roods. Granted con ditionally. John Lynch, No. 2 37, at Stubley-street, for area of 2 roods. Granted conditionally. John Jackson, No. 2038, at Alabama HiU,. for area of 2 roods. G ranted conditionally as per amended plan. Richard Nieholle (on adjournment), No 2031, was further adjourned for one week. EXEMPTIONS FBOM WOBK. Bonnie Dundee G.M. Co., Ltd., applied for 6 m...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Household Hints. ?-: Toueli flie haed of the warts daily for a few days jpith spirit of salts. Taking es much pepsine as would cover a sixpence after every meal in about a tablespoonfull of warm water, it is stated to be an excellent remedy for indigestion. Carpet-particularly a dark carpet -often looks dusty when it does not need sweeping. Wring out a sponge quite dry in water, and wipe off tbe dust from the carpet. This saves much labour in sweeping. After the removal of dust from the eye, if pain and inflammation are still felt, a drop of cantor oil should be placed in the eye with the feather end of a quill, and a bandage worn for a few hoars to secure rest and exclusion of light. It is not generally known (says the " Hospital 3,)that a decoction of to bacco sometimes releives the agony eff gout. A great sufferer says he-find it more efficacious than any thing else. Four ounces of tobacco are infused in a pint of boiling water, and flannels wrung out in this infusion ai-e swathe...

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The Labour Dispute. The Police Visit the Camps of the Unionists. Further Arrests Made. PRELIMINARY TRIAL OF RIOTERS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] CEERMONT, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

YLHIE S*offce Visit ific CAMPS OF tlie Unionists. * - * ' FIIRFLICR AFTES^ HADE. PRELIMINARY TRIAL OF RIOTERS. (BY ELECTKIC TELEGRAPH.) [>RO>£ OUIi OWN COBWE6FOXDENT. j . GAF^OXR. March 10. e authorities made another movement . on the Union camp to-day, ?vritli the object i©£ aifeefciiig more arrests in connection with Saturday's riots t enior-Sergeant Dillon, with a body of police, went by a back track to the rear of Sandy Creek camp. On their arrival they noticed several Unionists run ning away to shelter themselves in the maize fields. The maize in which they were ., hiding was about six feet in height. The police chased them into the maize, ana soon came . up with two, who seeuied very frightened. and called out '' For God's sake . don't shoot." However, the poli e could not identify either of these men as being concerned in the riots. In the meantime Mir Eaukin, Inspector Ahe .me. and Major Jackson and Kicards, with the military forces, approached the camp from the other ...

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The Federal Convention. SYDNEY, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Tlie Federal Convention. SVP> I:V. MARCH 6. The President took the chair at 11 o'clock, Tnrhen the debate oa the Federation proposals of the President was resinned by Mr Edmund Barton, one of the Mew South Wales delegates. He said it -seemed settled to him that the President- deserved the commen dation of this Convention for the form in -which the resolutions were introduced. It would not hare been wise at this stage of the proceedings to enumerate the powers which should be limited to the general government of the respective province. It would not have been wise to Have done that or to have gone into details of any kind, been use there were certain matters which must 'precede details and which must be dealt- with before they came to the conclusion that tliey were to federate. He agreed considerably with Mr. Deakin in thinking that the first batch of resolutions were such as most to com mend themselves to the convention as far as violation number twenty-three. He did not Had it a...

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Charters Towers Liedertafel. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Charters Towers liiedeiiafcl. -----R (Br CROCHET.) APROPOS the Liedertafel which lias just been started, a few words m«y not be out of place. ?" bout the earliest history of tiedei+afels may be traced to Zelter, the tutor of Mendelssohn aud friend of Croetlie, and " the restorer of Bach to tlie Germans." Zelter was a stone- * mason by trade; he became a musician by choice. and was so successful in Iris art" career as ultimately to conduct flic Srnga Iwdrmie at Berlin. Zelter" s scientific- pre?---1"-" tensions must ha e been limited in his early day^, as apprentice and journeyman, .to a knowledge of bricks and mortar, though later on in life be became a learned theorist in tlie nobler ait of music. Zelter in 1808 instituted, in honor of the King"s return., a Liedertafel, a society formed of twenty-five men, the twenty-fifth of whom was chosen master. It. assembled once a month at a supper of two courses, enlivened by jovial German songs. The member? had to be . either poets, singers...

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The Labor Difficulty. (From the MINER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Jlfpt|^^ : -\ ---??-' .+. - - '.?? ? V. (From tlie Moras.) -THE prompt action of ftp authorities at Clermont in arresting some of those concerned in the disgraceful * riot which occurred therelast Saturday appears to have had the effect of frightening the lawless shearers into submission. Proceedings like those on Saturday, when two ^EunSed mounted Unionists mobbed and hoofed and jeered and spat in the faces of half a dozen peaceable citizens, are a disgrace to any com munity, and only a lot of low; vagabonds could be guilty of such a crime. Had it not h en for thej bravery d splayed on the occasion by SERGEANT DILLON, who, alone a»dj unarmed, faced a -howling m b of men drunk with excitement, and, thirsting far 'he blood of the pastoral ists, murder would have been com mitted that day. Even when wounded, and bleeding from, a wound . on the forehead, inflicted by one of; these "law abiding" unionists, the sergeant manfully stuck t» his post until the pastoralists gained the shelter ...

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Will The Colonies Federate? [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Wiil the various colonies of Australia federate, and that by means ©f peaceful legislation, is a question wJiich must arise in tlie mind of every one who lias studied, Itow cverslightly, the question of the federation of states, either in the old world or the new; The daily reports which reach its of the pro gress and work of tlie Federal Convention, now sitting in Sydney, all go to show that each of that assemblage is animated with much the same niind on the subject, and that the importance of forming an united nation of Australians is underrated by none. However well the prominent men who are taking part in the Convention may agree, it will not be seen hew the Assembliesvof the various colonies view the Federation scheme , until the proposals which will be formulated are placed 'before them for consideration. Though none will desire other than to create one nation of Australia, the means of that creation will be a hone of contention in many men's months. It must not be forgotten t...

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The Heathen Chinee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

The Heathen Oifnee. THE ubiquitous Chinee, with hie calin expressionless face, and his odours of evil savor, "while devoting much of his colonising energy to the Australian continent, is now slowly permeating another important terri tory, which hitherto has been claimed by the white man. The newspaper men in Johan . nesburg. S. Africa, are endeavoring to rouse their readers by publishing accounts of the evil ways of the Celestial, and of his unfitness to mix with the sons of a " dominant race." The British have annexed, which is to say seized, a linage slice of East Africa, and seem to think it is quite enough that they should allow the original black Kaffir to remain and; work under them, but the competition of the cheap-living yellow man they do not want at any price. The Kimberley folk have pro tested against the intrusion of the philoso phical Chinkee, and at Barberton some years ago the white men emphasised their protests by hanging the first arrival from the flowery land to a ...

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HAWKESBURY AUTUMN MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

HAWKESBUBY AUTCMX MEETING. (fiT EfcECTHIC TEfcEGBAPK.) (FBOM OUH OWK COBBESPOKJDEST-) Smw, Manet JLL. Tlije foliowing weights have been declared in connection witli tlie Hawkesbury Autumn Meeting: BOWI£T xnx. . fit lb sfc Ib : ^Xrideotiae :. 9 O Kalston ... 7 4 Cardigan ... 8 12 Cobar .... 7 -4': Matador ... 8 10 . Chorister -. v7 2 Glonawl --8- -iruslila ... 7--.2. IJjagam ?. ... 8 .ft.. Conceit ' * 7 2 Spiendora . ?"*'7 -li? :... 8 G JJarae ... 7 flhcBBsfe ... 8 4 Ibpnir ... ? f ... 7 O ©pneaster :®. fr O ;. 8 2 &ira!if; ' , : Wiibeife^e... 8 2 Our Jane ...- $ 12 Utter... 8 O Vop Bitters... - 7 4 Paris... ... 8 0 Handover ... 6 12 _ Yespasia ... 8 0 Jack ... ... .6 12' Odo .. 7 IS Marion ... 6 10 Amina CrownJewel OTayiing ; ... 3?efc Oirl Don JOJM ... iFuradi .v. Goldmaster*. Dilifik W andsworth KingOlaf Dolosa HariLah Dick... Leiehardt ... Malgdaia, Chatham T M -7 12 7 12 7 10 7 10 7 10 7 10 . 7 .7" 7r 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Proctor - ... f o'th'rly B Vt'r Sophie^®, ... Aenill...

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SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

SATURDAY. Tlie opening proceedings were very inter esting this morning, and, as I anticipated, some of tlie shot birds were asked questions Two hours before daybreak Right Bower opened tlie bail by racing over 6 f urlongls It was too dark to see him going the wkoe. of the journey, but he shaped in good style over the lagt 6 furlongs or so, and pulled up none the worse for this early airing. Mirander put in a couple of rounds of the cir -ie. slow. Gild us was 'the next to make his bow;. He cantered to the half-mile post and was sent from, there 1| miles at his top with J. Hughes up and shoes on round the course proper. Perseus escorted him over tike first part of the journey, wliile Abund . ance chaperonedhim to the winning post, which the big son of the Levifce strode past a couple of lengths in f^ont of his companion. The last circle was completed in Iniin 53sees,, whlcli is a decent go with shoes on, and in the dart. Jack went twice round strong. Eoma trundled over two miles, fini...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

BOXING. A very enjoyable evening was spent in the Athenaeum Hall last night by those who wit nessed the boxing contest for the amateur lightweight championship. The master of ceremonies, Mr. Walker, opened the proceed ing6 by inviting Jim Shannon and Walsh into the ring in older that they might make preliminary arrangements for a fight to a finish, and offered the pair a £20 purse to be fought for on April 4th with eight ounce gloves, Both parties agreed to put up a side wager of £25 each, so I hope to see a merry mill between this pair. The fun began by Mr. Walker and a pupil exhibiting gome very neat boxing, after which the event of the evening began by Sid Wilson, attended by J. Shannon, stepping through the ropes. Weevil, his only opponent (Husband having retired), was not long ere he followed. The quartette having shook hands, Mr Waiter wished the pair joy, and the battle opened very merrily, especially for Weevil, who was most of the time on the floor. Six: merry rounds were c...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

ATHLETICS. The following are the nominations for £50 G rand Handicap and Amateur Race, to be run on April 2nd and 4tli: Criand Handicap.-H. Cupples, J. D. Jenkins, W. Tregear, A. Park, F. Nelson, J. Malone, W. Richardson. A. J. Staple ton, E. Tucker, F. Williams, P. Kerr, Peter Aiebetfc, P. J. Dunstan, J. Washington, L. Simpson, Bruce Campbell, J. Carroll, N. Adair, Gr. Colepian, E. Stewart, A. Ashton, E. Holland, Jolin Coleman, L, G. Boss, E. Gran, John Doyle. Amateur Handicap.-James Foster, J. J. Tarrant, C. Newcombe, J. t ealy, A. Crago, D. J ones, P. Hunter, John Morrison, W. Dunsford, G. Grant, R. A. Brown, J. J. Bairstovr, H F. Bolton, T. Jones, F M. Gordon, W. J. Hutton, John Coleman, B. Roberts, A. Ashton, C. Jackson, C. Titmus.

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(BY BRAVO.) THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

(BY BSAYO.) TFTE THEE. I have received from Mr Frank W. Giles, lion, secretary of the Bulburraman Jockey Club, the programme of their second annual meeting, to be held on Victoria Down's Race Course (Mr P. Helur's station), on Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 1«. The events for the first day are Maiden Plate, Cape Biver Handicap, Sapling Stakes, Breeder's Trophy, Stockmsm's Bag, Down's Flutter, and the Pajingo Stakes. The added money fbrthe firstday amounts to £83, but the prizes for the second day's races will not b e published until 4 p.m. on the first day's meeting. The events for the second day are Hurdle Bace, Flying Handicap, Visitor's Handicap, Bulburrainan, Consolation and Forced Handicaps. I understand that a large number of racing men from here will attend the meeting. THE privileges in connection with the forth coming races on St. Patrick's Day, were dis posed of by Mr. R. Russell, at auction, and realised £1G6. The grand stand booth wag purchased by Mr. P. F. Ryan, whil...

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Mining News from South Africa. THE DISPUTE ABOUT MANICA. Financial News 21st January, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Mining XVwti fl*ont £oi*tli Africa. THE DISPUTE ABOUf MANIC A. Flmtieial Netc* 21st- January, 1891 THE Manicaland question is gradually beiug denuded of all extraneous matter, and re duced to consideration of the real point at issue: Is the country at this moment pledged to England, in the agent of the British South African Company, or to Portugal, in the shape of the Mozambique Company ? It is a curious coincidence that on the same day voluminous evidence should come to hand from correspondents in South Africa; and from Lisbon equally valuable testimony. There Colonel Paiv* d'Andrade has spoken, in the course of an interview with an enter prising journalist, more frankly, it may be, than the second thoughts of a diplomatist will approve, but quite in the way that English interests will welcome and applaud. He has indiscreetiv proved the case of his opponents. The * Anglo-Portuguese Con vention of August 20, 1890, and the sub sequent agreemeut, known as the modtis vivendi of Novembe...

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Sporting Notes. Racing Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Racing; fixtures. Richmond Downs, April 29th and 30th. Hngbenden, Kay 14th and 15th. Chariers Towers Queen's Birtiiiay, May 25th. Muttaburra, May 28th and 29th. Cloncorry, June 4th and 5th. Normanton, JnnelSth and 19th. Tow*sviiIe, Jane 18fch and 19th. Charters Towers, July 2nd and 3rd. Croydon, Jnly 2nd and 3rd. Ravenswood, July 9th and lOtb. Bnrketown, July 16th and 17th. Macfcny. July 23rd and 24th. fiowen, Augnst 6th. and 7th. Wild River, August 20fch and 21st. Cairns, August 27th and 28th. Port Douglas, September 3rd and 4th. Cooktown, September 10th and 11th. Herbert River. September 17th and 18fch. Johnstone River, September 24th and 25th, Eton, November 9tih. Wfdkerston, November 12th.

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THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

THURSDAY. The weather was much cooler this morning than hitherto, a slight chili being perceptible. Shortly after daybreak -Vampire opened the ball by traversing the circle twice at a strong pace. Perseus and Gildus were the next to make a bow to the early birds. They sailed twice round the outside course, the last mile being rattled over at a good speed. Sam pirt in a couple of miles at half pace. Abund ance was very eager to extend himself and trundled over the course proper twice at a good sound pace, finishing the last six furlongs in 1 min. 31 gees.-, and the half mile in 58secs. He did not have it all up. The Broker went twice round outside the hurdles at medium pace, f iclimond in dulged in two miles of slow work. Mirander who seems to be endowed with a good deal' of fo t scampered round the circle twice and wound up .at fast three-quarter 'pace. The next to prance on to the track was Rebel, who is a very pretty mover and knows ho w to sprint. He contented himself with a two,...

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Police Intelligence. THURSDAY, March 12. (Befor the P.M. Mr W. M. Mowbray, the Hon. John Deaue, and Mr G, Caney. Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Tm?RSDA.T, March 12. {Befor tlie P.M.. Mr W. M. Mowbray, the Hon. John Deaue, and Mr ?r, Caney. Js.P. ^ii^ aborifflrpak, fiforvey, Jimmy, Dicky, Joe, >>were charged on remand, with using language to Noah Pearn; Harvey being ftisp' ^liarged with assault <m Xuafa Peam aiid Constable Quinn. . fiarrey said that tlie white man threw a stone at him first; Dicky said he did not hit Noah Pearn, nor did Joe or Jimmy; fiarvey said he did not threaten to kill Noah ? Pearn, lie only asked for a job, and Dicky, when asked what lie said to the while man, replied " I say nothing." Constable Q.uinn- said : I arrested the prisoner Harvey, and he (prisoner) attempted to hitme with a nulla nulla; he afterwards struck me while I was holding him by the hair of the head; none of the others assaulted we: Hairev threw a nulla nulla at Constable Coles; I charged Harvey, Jimmy, and Joe with using threatening language to Noah Peam; they understood ^*the information read to them; there were ' ...

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MORNING GALLOPS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

MORNING GALLOPS. WEDNESDAY. There was very lifctechange in the kind of ?work done this morning on the course" Mirander was the first to put in an ap pearance and finish three miles just as day was breaking. Rebel followed his stable companion and did similar exercise, if any thing, rather s ower. Perseus and Gildus went together. They negotiated three rounds of the course, and spurted over the last four furlongs fast, Gildus having all the best of it. Garryowen bowled round twice, finishing the last half mile on ilie course pr per, in 54|secs. Bosvrortiv went twice round at half pace, which he increased at the finish. Vampire romped home the last quarter of two miles in 29secs. Soma went three times round pre'ty strong. Richmond and Jack put in two miles at half pace. Donovan moved nicely twice round and fished the. last quarter strong iu 32secs. Sight Bower, who seems to be well and enjovs his wort, had on the sweaters and trundled over the coarse three time®, finishing the last qu...

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The Postal Conference. (BY ELECTRIO TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

flic Postal Conference. (BY ELECTBI3 TELEGRAPH ) (FROM OUR OW> CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, Mart-LI 10. The Intercolonial Postal Conference met again this mommg. the Hon. I). O'Connor presiding. Mr. Duffy submitted a paper show ing the unfairness of the rates charged on. press telegrams throughout the colonies at present. He asked for the co-operation of the other delegates to endeavor to effect an universal reduction in the charge for press messages " The delegates of the various colonies promised to . use every effort to obtain the proposed redaction. The Chairman submitted a general report of the proceeding of the Conference, vvhieb was received and adopted. Sir John Bray then moved a vote of thanks to the Chairman of the Conference for the manner in which he had performed his duties. All the delegates warmly supported this resolution in eulogistic speeches, and the motion was carried unanimously. The Hon. P. O'Connor returned thanks. Mr. Ward then moved a vote of thanks to the se...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 March 1891

Marriages and Deaths. MARRIAGES. GRANT-DITTMAR-At Hackett Terrace, Richmond Hill, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. J. Bowes, Andrew B. Grant, of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to Eliza Maria, eldest daughter of John Dittmar, late of Sandhurst,Victoria THOMPSON-BLAXLAND.-On Februaiy 26th at the Paris Church, Burke, N.S.W., by the Rev. Bowyer Shaw, Vicarof Single- ton, Wm. Thompson, of Charters   Towers, to Ellen Blaxland, of Fordwich, near Singleton, N.S.W. DEATHS. HEXAMER.-At Townsville on 8th March,     of typhoid fever, Mattie Evelyn, the beloved wife of George Hexamer, of Charters Towers. " If 'tis to he, 'twill be, The readiness is all The rest is silence." JENKIN.-On the 4th instant, Ezekiel, the   infant son of W. T. and Julia Jenkin, at their residence, Elizabeth-street, aged 7   months. Deeply regretted.   CARTER-On the 13th inst at Rutherford- street, Ethel Doras, the beloved daughter of John William and H...

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