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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
Hj,ew CO. REjnst opening a Choice L/ot of Goods,* eooBistiog of Cloths, Tweeds, 1% Doeskins, Serges, and Sergerettes, &c.? directfrom the Manufacturers ^ Orders Executed at the Shortest Notice ; ".> JlND At the Lowest Remunerative Prices "for Beady Money. Having secured the services of F. G. Hobbs as Cutter, foam Sydney, all work will be under his snpervision, so that every Garment will be guaranteed Troxiser Catting a Speciality. frs from the Country- * Patterns, and Cards with .. ,v Address - ? Your Patronage Solicited E. HOBBS & CO., Street, next to liemels' Store. - ? ???. # GrILIi STKEET> - . Next Door to Court House Hotel. . - . OF BBI854M1, ??'?'.?' -?w Having opened a; Branch on the Towers at the above address, - are prepared to do '? At Brisbane prices, and have a large stock of Winter Goods on hand. A good assortment of worstedand fancy coating, Bedford Cord, Canton Mole, Inspection of Stock Invited. All Goods WellShrimk. Workmanship Guaranteed. the T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
i'--^ir;y,:r.."i'i'iff^''-"^Wifra'W^^F-i^aig^*m'2'wtLc;~: ff^gg ^ f*~ .> 7-Z* .'.-. ?: - / *- - *» .*- J- -£-* _.T im^x I IN THE jour attention to the Medicines specified below 1 may mention that referred to are especially suitable to keep on hand in the Bush, and on Stations and Camps, where the services of a doctor are sometimes difficult to obtain, as they are - \-. liar ^ojni3jaitits occurrence in tjifts;art"e eiifvom. prescriptions given meby soiive of the MOST PhOMINENtPhYSICIANS mayV fee ^depeiMied l upouto gi^ good - every case in w 'V aro ii, ^ S00thllig^0WGlers for Babies cutting theirTeeth, are perfectly harmless, contain, no Opium, never fail to : "give pixmipt relief, and are far superior to tile Quack preparations advertised. ~ esLrrninative Drops, for ChiMreii suffering from Wind* - Colic, Indigestion, &c. First dose will relieve the W&rm:.;.$yrup and lozenges, Very pleasant to . and are soon fee from Worm troubles. Taste'ess Castor Off. Mis is a gr...
The Separation Deputation. LORD KNUTSFORD'S ULTIMATUM TO THE SOUTH. [BY TELEGRAPH.] BRISBANE, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
me Sgparaiiflu fleplalloii. ". - , , - - » .J1} TO" !' . THE«0CTTS: " -j v Bbisbjlvs. June 9, 5 ! the &>«r£er we pub lish simultaneously withihat journal a «* port#itsS^isial i&jwesgpppd m ofaainter view wifcii ? qt(1 iitiutflford j .oil oth fl8 follows ; " The deput tionoftoday from ftf© Ce'tral Queensland ^«P^ion Letpue Wa» small in numbers, hut may honestly be said to hire h *n iargi in re sult-, in addition to fcn*bn it romp ified ^ir ^aito- NtcHtffcob] Messrs Henniker Beaton, A Mcll wraith, jyjurcy, Cam b-Jl Prael, Seroeald, Dr SffcC *nn and two other mem'wrs of the Northern Separation I&lt;eag««v Sir Charles Nicholson intrpdwe^ % deputationproper l&essrs Arehel*;«.«&lt;! son, in » few eulogistic worSs referring "specia'lv to the long comneeiion with i&ock Mnpton of Aitehfl# Brothers." Mr A_rcher in aspeech of an hoar in length put the old Separation points with new faces. and on the whole devel-*j»ed his ease well. reminde...
Northern Supreme Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. (Before His Honor Mr Acting Justice Noel) IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
Northern Scapresue Coorf. WEDNESDAY. JO&E 8 (Before SIS HON R IACTING Justice NOEI-I . m GHA.M8SB3. i I* /v? Burton Brewery'Com jauy, Limited. MrO. -elwy n Smith for further adjourn meat for a fortnight. Application granted. With r^fe-ence to restraining order, money due o i the execution to be p iid into Court "forthwith, otherwise resraining oder to lapse. Mary Parker v. Smith a d Fearnley. Mr Beaumont (of Messrs D tly and Be&u ! intrnt) -forth? plaintiff, Mr Hobsrt* (of Messrs Roberts and Leu) for the 'defendants. Mr Beaumont app;ied far an adjournment sine .die. A pplication was not opposed. Order accordingly. , ^un Kwons; Kee v. Sun OB tee and Co. Mr Roberts (of Messrs Roberts and Lea) for plain' iff, Mr Beaumont (of Messrs Daly and Beaumont) for the defendant company. Mr Roberts applied for an adj ;urnmejit sins die* : Mr Be&umont cons -nted to an adjournment I being granted, * »rder accordingly. re J amp Walters, of Limestone, pear | Maytown, miner. De...
Collapse of the New Oriental Bank. LIABILITIES, £7,250,000. (BY TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
^ of t(t& Hew Oriental _ T .. /priwEuffea^ *7,250,000, * (^fiospuunLji t1-* _.* - (FfiOM OUR OWN C0BSK8P03TDE *X.) Stdsby, June 9. :? iistatem-nfchasbaen aiade by th> Sj dney manager ofthelfew Oriental Bank to the efleet thai he has rpeei^ed no Tiostruetiahs &6m Loudon as to wr-at he should de; u it.il then, he sliould^contiiiue to carry on business as; usual. He received a telegram from: the Melbourne ' ffice last night, Informing him that a reporf was current ;t;> the effect that the tank would susped 01 Wednfesday, and hefwaB asked- to eo&tradict t? ;e r unaor. The /wile^ko stated Che Bank of Knglaud had bees appftffed re .;«iamg^£ai' S^dbaey? manager further states th? batik's bussness i here is Qfaeatisjactory s-ature, and he Ms of op!ni->n had the assistance asked for "been givfch/thebank would have pulled through all-right:; Tie bank is gtili open.
BY CABLE. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
BT CABLE. . -f LoxDoar, Jane 8. IneJsew Amenta! nanfe suspended nay '~ mefit at 6 o'clock to-night; the immediate I cause being- £750,000 .locked tip in land in Melbourne, and £500,000 in land in Mauritius. Appication was made to the Bank of Eng-: land for assistance, bat the decision was ad journed until to morrow. An official circular - says the susp Vision is owing to the deprecia tion in silver, and the increasing distrust in j Britain as to investments in silver countries Has caused depositors to withdraw aU capital frgm the East. The un precedent edly de .pressed condition of trade in China, Japan, and Australia, "and the hurricane at Mauritius are also mentioned.. -Steps have . been taken to protect the assets. It is un officially stated that the Bant of England lias . ^refued assistance, because they think the securities are not suificent tomeetobliga tionB. The liabilities are £7,250,03 ;, ex olusive of piii-up capital. The directors state they hope to pay. in full, and wil...
MR. DIBBS. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
MB,. DIBBS. June 9. K': - «*-' ^rfPrlli&bs Mid && |S|$|:|$(^A&lt;4^ad, a long in t&rsTBsrwjth Lord Knutsford, andhave arranged, to discuss freely all the subjects teoxmRcted with Mr Dibbs' mission on Tuesday next. SeFeral ^Ag^ents-G^neral have called voa Mr Dibbs. Lqjsdof, June 10, There have beeiiinariy callers an Mr* Dibbs, including several Agenfcg G-eneral, George Augustus Sala, and Lprd Carrington. Mr. Dibbs recog nises a certain, perplexity on the part of the Ager is-General, respecting tlie superior powers accorded him. Hift f has been mad$ a honorary member of; the Befortn, fSt. St, 1 ^r^ige^s Clubs. He di^ ] wii« the , -if" -whose ? to" read 3, ^aper, ^fc, /spebiai: M&tiag. Mr, an #r&lt;pde in the ' colonial Inrj^-jinSMrr^is. ? JBfe claims *that the. official statistics ar® reliable.
FRIDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
The Daj Dawn Freehold Extend ;d is do va ^ - ? ??; ? '\ - fdHc, mo8t of whom, spend eceity out of"" sugar in mining are, it seemB, to Bavef a Blifee of \ luck witbiblie Zelma P.C. Vrhieli hae juet of stone for 296oz of £old. About 6dwt will cleaned 460 toii6 pay etpemes, eo&3jaiiM^ bearii^^ ~ ^ : 3 The^aa-e^maa^^ -ndfi^gnsof bufcBand .off H^pesiiavedropped Jielow ^bliBL dtfe: j iriii^r^ri Clark's Saja.4 ^| ;bo la^ '1^ -1
THURSDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
. r'-; .. THUKSDAY, Juke 9. J * ; The final elean/upfromtke 326 tons of V ; Kelly's Queen Block stone raised the total to 2190oz lOIwt 18gr,ora little over 6oz 14dwt .. to &e ton. . - " - The reef lately struck in the No 7 level at. Craven's Caledonia is looking very well, and; is the best Bade of stone in the miw> It is; ^^.^ffdin, 12 t& i5inches thick of highly minera " liaed stone. * > ^ The Deoiotrat Syndicate at the Black Knob i^O^lslirares,- all 'ton. directors axe Messrs. J: - MeQii lio. and A. iGoldiin^;- '-7. At-Mills United No 6 level east carries a; ;f to 8 feefrthidc, and the etopeabove to 8. feet of good 3Sie »eef is; ler pinched m lTo 5 level jbutthe stopes ve carry lOlfeet of reef., Tkejs^es over o4 level look: -well, the ^-eef varying from 3 3ev#ara^aj»iMe|at 2 ;k, and W hatogbag wall yet"- Thestopes ive^tO So 1 cany from 18 meh^toS feet. stone. 2570 tracks of stone wpre hauled. 2d tx) 5s 4d, and School Beeerves were easier. Ho.YQueeng dropped 9...
Local Mining News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892
Loeai Kining Ufiews. ^EDIfESDAY, Jcisns;8. The Sunburst have raised 100 tons stone: for i&e ^MSfctiigbfc.: '? The reef inthe sink,952ft from the sur-i face, at the Victoria, is 2ft thick. The reefin No.5 SB. level £B looking well, and,! thougn split, is equalfco 18 inches of stone. In a levelabove there are!8 inches of Btone, These are 325tonB rai8ed,115 tons being ob taiheddurmg the fortnight. . . * Some concentrates sent away from Charters. ' TowfersV fot treatment Foirestprocess, have b^ntr^tedmi most: satisfactory faehion,anti the owners of ©n.e; 4jf the largest mills on Charters Towershave^ defei®aj^d-;Tbb eiperiinent on the concen tratesthemselves by means of the same pro-&lt; cess. If the result ib satisfactorylarge works: ..vUl^ereet(^..:;-: ??^ y^terd^ty. Brilliantand StCfeorges ea^sed about 6d, and Claris Brilliant Worcesteraod "Vietorys fell nearly 4d. School Seserves, weakened S»m 4s 6d to 3s 3d,and IdeiatityB and Lady Marias were 2d easier. ' New Hid den...