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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
sjSlfe::B. MISEwISe; . t-E «' .' ?St-t , -i- *7" - - - >A3fD LAND A SPECIlLITT. Ip^r- V MAO'S MART, FLINDERS-ST-, "S70 "W 350- S T7" ZZ.1.B. THE NEW THE SEW WEEKLY PAPER j WEEKLY PAPER ! THS /a connection frith the" Northern Miiier.j OH PAGES FOR £*T>.! PAGES FOR UD.! " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The prestige enjoyed for so many years by the MIXER, as a daily, warrants the proprie tary inofferingthe public a TWENTY-FOUR PAGE WEEKLY, which will be full of the Latest- Local, Colonial, Intercolonial, and European News. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Latest- Cabled Quotations from Lon don and the otlier great commercial centres will make the RE&ister a necessity to the merchant and producer. « NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." Week by week will appear ORIGINAL ARTICLES by Eminent Scientific Specialists "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Meteorological Notes and Stock Move ments will make it the constant rode mecitm of Pastoralists. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Correspondence f...
CHAPTER IV.—A MYSTERIOUS APPEARANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
CHAPTER IY.-A MYSTERIOUS APPEAE AXCE la leaving town Captain Fothergilie | thought it wisest h*s valet Jack Barlyl j should remain behind. For in the first place it vras*necessary for the captain to know what efforts were being made by the dans to seek his society or gain his addressf; and in'the j second place, though he trusted Barlyl, who knew much concerning the shady passages in his life, he considered it best not to submit him to the mani fold temptations to gossip which i abound in servant's halls. ! Jack Barlyl had come o£ a good Welsh stock that had encountered reverses and drifted iiito obscurity. Whilst a youth he was thrown on the world, unfitted by education or train ing to make his way through its i tangled paths, He had therefore en- | listed, and through his natural intelli-! gence, courage, and smartness, soon rose to the rank of sergeant. When j the years of his service ended he became an officer's valet, and by some strange fate had taken services under Captain Fo...
The Storyteller. SWEET IS REVENGE. [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. CHAPTERS I. AND II.—Sir Danvers Fothergille, of Fothergille Abbey, a twentyyear-old widower, falls in love with a Miss Fayne, a governess at the rectory of the Rev. Charles Harrow; and after telling the Baronet she once loved [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
By J. FITZGERALD MOLLOY, -Author of " Sew Came He Dead ?" " That Villain Romeo" A Modern. Magician. $c., 4'c prow FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED.] SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. CHAP TEES I. ASB II.-Sir Banvers Fother gifle, of Fothergille Abbey, a twenty year-old widower, falls in love with a "Miss Fayne. a governess at the rectory of the Rev. Charles Harrow ; and after Celling; tlie |8aronet she once loved another man, now dead, she, not "without hesitation, consents to become liis wife. ^CHAPTER III.-CAPTAIN JACK POTITEB CTILLE. Sir Danvers jFothergille and his bride spent six months abroad before returning to the Abbey, where they were received by the baronet's daughter, Meg, a girl who had just passed her twentieth year. The news of her father's marriage h*d come upon her as a surprise, bat it by no means estranged the affection which had ever existed between them. Being romantic by temperament, she was glad rather than sorry be had married a governess instead of a titl...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
Commercial. + = E: H Attos (late of Acers, Wilsonr Ayton and Evan) reports under date, 25th March, 1891 The effects of tlie strike out West, com bined with the continued, wet weather, tend to make all business connected with pas toral matters exceedingly dull, buyers hesi tating on the one hand to close for large lots of live stock, owing to the fact that they never know at'what stage of their journey their men may be called out, and then live1 stock left to the mercy of chance. Owing to the continued wet, also a number of my clients have had to postpone operations till a more favorable state of the weather per mits of inspection and mustering. Fat Cattle-I have to report the local market, as well as Townsville, fully supplied, and prices very low indeed, prices ranging from £3 5s to £4 per head, latest sales being ICO head at £3 10s cash. I am now nego tiating a further sale of 300 head at £4r delivered at butchers' yards. Store Bullocks - I have several en quiries for this class o...
DR INKIOW BRSBE ERAN DITWI LLD OYO TGO OD [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
DE INEIOW BBSBB EBAK DITWl IiLD OYO TGO OD "NlPPB'G before breakfastis a very common custom in this colony, bat it is a very injudicious one at the same time, as the ordinary drinks taken do not conduce to the healthiness of an empty stomach. A glass or : two of WEST End BEER, however, will be found of value as a mild tonic, and its medi cinal properties very effective in inducing ap petite and otherwise benefitting the man who does not feel quite " fit." Deikk of the Gods, Ambrosial Kectar Increasing all oar powers. Drink ror the Miner, Vwvy, and Selector, Ihe pore brewed * To were." In dap of old, an " Agent '* bold Held fine eway on tins field, But now, the " Towera" has g t a hold To which he needs must yield. Federation is a subject which is daily at tracting attention, andthe day may not be for distant when the whole of the Australian ? colonics will enter into a riwioiis combina tion for the oomnwD goodL The £g»Eit of goodwill and amity should be encouraged t»y all legitimate...
Postal Intelligence. TIME OF ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS AT THE CHARTERS TOWERS POST OFFICE. Mails Close as under:— [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
Postal Intelligence. TIME OF ABKIVAL ASD DEPARTURE OF MAILS AT THE CHAJRTEKS TOWERS POST OFFICE. Mails Close as under: For Brisbane -Every Sunday and Wednesday, at 8 p.m " Townsville -Thrice daily-12.30 p.m, 4 p.m, and 8 pin " Manchester-Twice daily-8.40 a.m and 6 p.m ,, Black Jack and Stockholm -Daily, at 8.30 a.m " Balfe'a Creek, Homestead, Pent&ad, Torrens' Creek, Prairie -Daily. 9.40 a.m " Queenton, Macrossan Bridge, Sellheim, J&avems wood Junction, JSeid Biver -Twice daily 12.30 pjn and 8 p.m INLAND KAII.S. Leave Charters Towerafor: Time of Departure. Time of Arrival. Brongiiton Georgetown Haghenden HiUgrove Mount LejE&oa... Savenswood Richmond Downs Bishton Friday, 9 a.m Wed, 9.40 ajm Daily, 9.40 a.m Wed, 8 p.m D'ly, 12J3& p.m Friday, 9 a*m. Friday, 11 ojii Tueaday,8pjn D'ly, 6^5ajn Thu'd'y. 6ajn » 10 tt D'ly,^.20 p.v Thura, 8 pjn Friday, 2 p.m Leave the undermtnfcioned places for Charters Towers Time of Departure. Time of Axcival. MB. Sr»!iUT W...
PARNELL. LONDON, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
PABNELL. LOXDOX, March 20. The Parnellite press seek to excuse Parnell's resignation, alleging tliat Maurice Healy's response to ParaeH's challenge to resign was coached in offensive terms. THE WRECK OE THE UTOPIA. LONDON, March 20. The captain of the steamship Utopia, which recestly sank after the collision with the ironclad Anson, has been arrested on a charge of manslaughter, but has been released on bail. The divers examined the i sunken vessel, and report that they discovered hundreds of corpses packed in masses in such a position as to show that the people on hoard were fighting to reach the hatchways whpn the vessel foundered. WHITE SLAVERY. * - LONDON, March 22. \ Hideous stories of white slavery in the wilds of Virginia are arriving. The victims are chiefly Bohemians.
THE NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES DISPUTE. LONDON, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
THE NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES* DISPUTE. Loxdon, March 20. Lord Knutsford, Secretary of State for the Colonies, lias introduced into the House of Commons a Bill to enable the Imperial Government to secure a modus vivendi with France on the Newfoundland Fisheries dis pute, notwithstanding the refusal of i the Government of that colony to consent to the matter being submitted to arbitration or to give a legal effect to the modus vivendi. The Bill was read a first time last niglit.
AN ENGLISH 8 HOURS' BILL. LONDON, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
AN ENGLISH 8 HOURS' BILL. LOXDOJT, March 20. A conference of tlxe members of the Miners' Federation has been held, at which it was resolved to prosecute the agitation for an Eight Hours Bill, apart from any action the labor com mission may take. THE ITALIANS CRY FOR VENGANCE. LONDON, March 21. At an excited meeting of the Italians of New York, Philadelphia and Newark, a demand was made for vengance, and the organising of the 14,000 Italians of America and Canada for this purpose.
SCULLING. BROWN [?]. DUTCH. ANOTHER "FOUL" FIASCO. SYDNEY, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
SCULLING;./ BROWN r. DUTCH. AJTOTFFEA "FOUL" FIASCO. SFUXEF. March 2?m A sculling race for £200 was rowed over the Parramatta championship course, between Clonics Dutch, of Sydney, and Robert Brown, of the Clarence fciver, yesterday afternoon. The Pheasant carried a moderate number of people to "witness what should have been a good race. Professional rowing received a shock that it will take some time to pet over. Brown had the south show, and held his own till nearing Blaxland Point, when Dutch touched his boat and claimed » foul. Going between the beacon and the land, both scullers came to grief. Dutch walked up to his middle in water, aud struck Brown, who was trying to get his skiff off the rocks Brown got first away, and held a lead of 300 yards, -when his boat sunk, and Dutch rowed oyer the couise. The umpire gave the race to Dutch. (Br CABLE.) LONDON, March 20. Oxford won the University Boat Race by a quarter of a length. Time, 2Lmin 4Ssccs. Cambridge led at the start but Oxf...