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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
ATHLETICS. Acceptances for the Grand Handicap of £50 and Amateur Handicap. £50 GRAND HANDICAP. Yds. Yds. E. Stewart (a) 24| A. Park ... 31| J. Maioiie ... 27| L Simpson ... 311 John Doyle ... 29 P. Kerr ... 32§ N. Adair ... 29| J. Washington 32 F. Kelson ... 29| Benau... ' ... 33 J. D. Jenkins... 30 E. Tucker ... 33 E. Holland ... 30| W. Tregear ... 313 A. Aelrtou ... 31 G. Coleman ... 34 L. G. EOSB ... 31 P.Duustau ... 35 F.Williams ... 3l§ A- Gr. Stapleton 35 AMATEUR RACE. F. M. Gordon 27 Joe Tippetfc ... 28 W. J. Hutton... 28 W. Donsford... 30 J. Foster ... 30 A. Buchanan... 30 T. Jones ... 30 J. J. Bairstoiv 31 W. Tregear ... 31 A. Asiitou ... 32 ^Morrison ... 33! E. Robert ... 34 J. Coleman ... 34V H. T. Bolton... 35 Joe Healy ... 36 P. Dunstiiii .... 36 C. Titiuuf? ... 36 A. Jackson ... 38 W ra. Gusthardfc 39
The Labour Dispute. (BY ELECTRIC TELEOHAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BARCALDINE, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
The Labour Dispute. --? (BY ELECTRIC TELEOHAPH.) [FKOM OUK OW5T COHEESPOXDENT.] B.VRCALDIXE, March 24. Kam contiuu d to fall heavily all last niglit, but it cleared up early this morning, since which time the weather, with the ex ception of a few short showers in the after noon has been dry but dull and cloudy. The rain gauge at the Post Office showed a total fall of 2in. The ground is well soaked, even for light-wheeled traffic, and the roa'is will be impassable for the next two days. Several teams, however, will be stuck up for a much longer period. The carriers are quite happy that the rain held off till the strike started, as if they had not been stopped by the rain, they would still have been stopped by the burning grass. Traffic will now be impossible for quite; fortnight. Ihis delay shows vividly the necessity for a supply of saddles and bridles, for had such been available the infantry detachment could hare been despatched on horse back. On the black sod country in weather l...
THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
THE RIFLE. THE return match, between f&vengwood and Queeaton was shot on ITridayafc the Qaeentoa Rifle Range, wlieu the local team grot beaten by 23 points, the scores being, Ravens wood, 723 ; Q.ueenfcon, 700, There was a bad light nearly all day, and consequently tihe scoring - on either side yinupfc the Ravej^wood te&m JCr. Jtennie top seore, 85; and $£r, R. Ipisher made top eeoife for % H. Barton performed a similar duty for the ^avenswood boys. Appended are the scones:- . * Qdeestos. 200 500 600 tL JEt. 5. Fisher ... 30 27 27 83 H- Elliott ... 30 32 15 77 T). Misaingliaaw ..27 ' 30 19 76 E.--K, Collins ... 31 27 18 76 T. Sobinsoa ... 24 22 28 74 W. Whiteway ... 28 25 19 72 ri9t. Perkins ... 28 15 23 66 3. Martin ... 25 23 16 61 H. March ... 19 25 15 59 O. Gr. H. Day ... 29 8 19 56 700 Eatenswood. Pennie ... ... 30 29 26 85 J. Allen ,. ... 29 25 24 78 J". Furze... ... 27 26 23 ' 76 L. Hill 27 30 19 76 Eldson ... ... 28 25 22 75 E. Bussey ... 32 19 23 74 Fox ... ....
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
CRICKET. -A one day's match was played oil the Athletic Reserve between the eleven selected to represent us against Townsville at Faster; "and an eighteen selected indiscriminately. Tlie eighteen,' who were captained by W. Stabler, winning the toss, elected to bat, : but failed to make any prolonged stand, being disposed of for 49 runs, the principal scorers being Kelson, McMahoii and Smiley, with 11, 11, and 7 to their credit respectively, while the only Joe Smith remained not out for 5. The eleven rattled up the respectable total of 159 for nine wickets,'the top scores being, Hutton, 71, not out; lJryor, 19; Shel drict, 17. Judging by all round form shown throughout the season our boys should give a very good account of themselves this year, and may prove to the Townsville boys they are not the shot birds they are supposed to be. Following are the scores: - Walker, b Pry or... 0. Ball,b Pryor ... ... ... 0 Hawkins, c Welding, b Hutton 1 Keightley, c Luke, b Hutton ... 0 Kekon, e S...
Australia as he Saw It. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
Australia as lie jSaw B. . . .. --, »'' .. :. Wfi wish to acknowledge the receipt of the February number of the Journal of the Royal Colonial In stitute, London, which contains a full report of the paper read by Lord OAEEixxjroxr on "Australia a a I saw it," before that body on the 26th January, 1891. The PIUSCE OF WALES, as oar cablegrams have already advised us, presided on the occasion, and many distinguished colonials were present, including Sir H. W. NGRHAX, the popular Governor of Queensland. The gathering also included all that was most eminent in home and foreign politics, with. just a sprinkling of the good colonials, whom Lord CABBINGTOX describes in the words of the cherished Aus tralian poet, ADAM LINDSAY GORDOF. '3Va* merry 'mid the biackwoods, when we spied the station roofs, To wheel the wild scrub cattle at the yard, With a running fire of stockwhips, and 1 fcerj run of hoofs; °^ li1iidIlardeSfc daj was never THEN too Before reading his paper Lord CARKIXGTGX said he ...
Phlebotomy vs. Rose Water. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
Phlebotomy m Itose Water. THE following excellent Letter from the pea of Mr. It. Xewton appears in the Oniricr of the 11th:-Sir,-Your excellent leader of this morning emphasises in a very outspoken man ner, the difference between t he act ual nature of the mobs of strikers assembled at Clermont, and the character given theni by their leaders as peaceable and law-abiding citizens. But it appears to me that you pass over some rather obvious considerations without com ment, and which are certainly worth notice. The first* to my mind, is the reflection on the military position. A large trained force has been despatched to Clermont, where they are camped in the neighborhood of an oppos ing army, whose movements it is at least thei business to watch. And yet, while the troops are cricketing, such an outrage as that of Saturday is enacted. Sty experience of gar rison duty in pe£c?ahle times reminds me that there are always a certain number of men kept on duty, and that a field oSSccr of th...
New Care for Cancer and Tetanus. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
\>w Ciire for Cancer aad Tetanus. WHILE the civilised world is ringing with the praises of the Koek lymph cure for con sumption, Dr. Landes, of the veterinary de partment of the University of Pennsylvania, (says the San Fratwinco Chronicle), lias been making a number of successful experiments that leave no doubt in the minds of gentle men of broad experience that he has dis covered the bacillus of that always-fatal and much-dreaded disease known as lock-jaw cr tetanus. The investigations of Dr. Landes date back to 1889, and were first brought about by the &cfc that in 1888 the Fourth of J" uly toy pistol did so much to cause fatali ties among the junior population of Phila delphia. It was during this period that lock jaw prevailed to such an extent as to almost amount to an epidemic, and there was no cases cured. Dr. Zaill, one of the surgeons m-eliief of the veterinary school, said to a reporter, " I hare no doubt that 1 r. Landes has found the bacillus that causes lock-...
CIVIL JUR SDICTION [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
CiyrL JUR SDICTIOK Jolui W. Milne and others (thie Pictur esque Atlas Company) v. Dr. Leonard Bed mond for "goods sold and delivered," and " goods bargained and sold." Mr. John Maryland appeared for the plain tiff Company. Mr. Dwyer for the defence After argument on either side Mr. Mars land asked for a special case to be stated. Mr. Dwyer preferred the present case to be proceeded with. His Honor decided to hear the evidence. Mr. Erb stated: Am an agent of the plaintiff company; went to defendant's place of residence in October, 1888, in Grill-street, ?of Charters Towers; defendant was a way in England; I saw Dr. W. Redmond, his brother; tendered him the agreement; he 6aid he had no authority to take the books ;. offered the books to Dr. W. Redmond on this occasion ; called on defendant himself ?on liis return from England, in November, 1889 j told defendant my business 5 told him I was there to deliver the books; had the latter in town, but not with me at Dr. TJed mond'e house; de...
AN UNSCRUPULOUS FOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
AN UNSCRUPULOUS FOE. j Creeps upon us unawares lite an assassin in tlie dark, and whose dangerous proximity we never suspect until it makes the last fatal clutch on some vital organ. We are always warned in ample tiuie of the impending danger, but with criminal carelessness neglect these warnings. That tired feeling, those aching limbs, and that grand feeling one day and seedy condition the next, the sour taste on waking in a morning, and the frequent sick and splitting headaches, all make their debut before serious illness sets in. All or any of these symptoms indicate the approach of disease, they are fatal signs that the liver and kidneys are not doing their duties, that the morbid and effet s matter instead of being eliminated from the system, is being retained, and is positively poisoning and destroying the whole physical st-ructnre. Neglect in such cases is criminal, recourse to rational treatment should be had at once. CLEMENTS' TO SIC should Ik? taken to strengthen the diges...
Warden's Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 20. (Before the Warden.) GOLD FIELD HOMESTEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
Warden's Court. FRIDAY, MAjRCH 20. (Beforetlie Warden.) GOLD FIELD HOMESTEADS. 2039. Thomas - Scott Fisher, 2r&s., aband. &lt;3S-. F- H. Approved conditionally. 2040-Buaaa^, Srds-, Cheey Boad. Approved conditionally. 2041- jamesWilkinson, 3rds, Gladstone JJoad- Approved conditionally. 3043. John Lambert Thompson, 3rds., Gladstone Road. Approved conditionally. 2043- Robert Moores, 3rd., Gladstone Road. Approved conditionally. 2044. Wm-GUjslin Joliust m; 2rds, Keegans Road. Approved conditionally. j 2043. Wm. John ©avey, 2rds, corner Bluff ; -.-ajid Buehannan-streets. Approved con-1 ..ditionally. . . . j 2046. James Foster, 2rds., Bluff Road. Approved conditionally - 2047- fialph Foster, 2rds.. Bluff Boad Approved conditionally. 2048- Jfeilfl Hansen, 43 acres; Mount .Xeyshon. Approved conditionally. 2049. Don Martin, 2rds., King-street. Approved conditionally. 2050. David Olierney, 2rds., Milichester Eoad. Approved conditionally. 2031, Richard Ificholls, 2rds. Kb ap - ...
Not a Bride. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
Mot a Bride. On a Philadelphia train that- passed through Washington the other day the passengers derived considerable amusement from the actions of a handsome young man and a worried-looking but still pretty woman. They were so entirely absorbed in each other that they were not separated for a minute the whole trip. When she wanted to walk on the platform in Baltimore he promenaded up and down at her side-yet they ne er . spoke save when necessary, and the people concluded that a honeymoon quarrel was in progress. Kobody doubteel for an instant they were bride and groom. When they got out to change ears for Biehmond, their destination, the conductor, who knew the man well, said : u Well, «o long. Hope you get her there all right." "Oh, I guess so. But she's a mighty slippery customer, and I. hate to watch her like a cat." The good looking man was a deputy sheriff, and was taking back to Richmond an unusually clever shoplifter that he had tracked to Philadelphia and arrested. Boston...