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Household Hints. Useful Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

Iguaxa Oix may be extracted by boiling tine Iguana andskimming off the grease that rises. To PRESERVE Pekp.-Steel pens are de stroyed by tlie acid in the ink. If an old nail or old steel pen is put in the ink, the acid therein will exhaust itself on thein, and pens in daily use will remain in good con dition much longer. OATMEAL DRINK.-Boil £lb of oatmeal with, two -quarts of water and loz of brown sugar. If too thick to drink pleasantly add more water. Before drinking shake the meal well through the liq uid. A flavoring of lemon may be added if desired. PICKLED Plums.-61bs of plums not ripe, 6 pints of vinegar, 31bs white sugar, some salt, whole ginger, cloves, whole pepper, an egg-spoonful of cayenne pepper. Put all into a stewpan, enamel is the best; boil until a little soft ; when cold" bottle ; are very nice. SODA Cbbam.-Dissolve 2|lbs of loaf I sugar and 2ozs of tartaric acid in one quar of hot water; when cold, add the beaten whites of three eggs, stirring well. Bottle for us...

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Farm and Garden. The Poultry Yard. PREVENTING CLUCKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

Yard. tjmel expedients. are resorted to by |^epa^ people to prevent hens clucking when |5ftty wish to sit and hatch, such as dipping %*pbpm, ^overhead in mater for a few'seGdnds, |||^|?ijjlllhg feathers from "parts of the body, con them together under a tub for days "// witligut food, and other barbarities - all alike ^iaefftgjfcuai. When more than one hen* is c^>«ofafiaaed under a clutching tub-which is set r "with its mouth raised a little from the eroufid, allowing as much light, as to let the |Q aeris see each other-they fight until their -" «caipsare bared to the bone, and one of them V prftb^hly pecked and trampled to death. . Some writers recommend the hens to be >: inxLulg»>d in their desires for hatching, but as X;--inost. laying hens have a desire to sit when ; the ovarium for the time is emptied of its ?" ^contents, the number of broods would be in - ? -creased beyond the powers of the household . ,*0 superintend them with the requisite care. A hen sittingwithout...

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Supreme Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. (Before Mr. Justice Chubb.) (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

Supreme Court. WEDXESDAT, MAKCH 25. (Before Mr. Justiee Chubb.) (B7 ELECTRIC TELEGHAPH.) FBOM OUR OWS CORUESP 1XDENT.1 Ix F. B. Mellvrame insolvent, the in solvent applied in person for a certificate of discharge. Certificate granted. (Before Mr Acting-Justice Mansfield.) In re W. Mitchell insolvent. This was an adjoux<ed application. Certificate of die charge. Mr Erans, agent for Messrs Bemay's and Osborne, applied for a further adjournment until the 8th April. Adjournment granted ' accordingly. In re F. F. Maloney, Mr Smith, Crown solicitor, applied for certificate of discharge. J" udgment was teemed until 33th in^t. Ok f atardaj last a fund for the purpose of making up the difference in pay allowed - by Government to the troops that may be-« called out for 4*%' *n the west, and tlwfc which they receive intUeir usual oceupaJ* - was started by the SoMhekk Mikkr. to state thtai the ideai

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PARNELL AND MAURICE HEALY. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

PARISTELL AND MAURICE HEALY. LONDON, March 23. The supporters of Maurice Healj are now taunting" Parnell with his refusal to resign. It is stated that Parnell, fearing defeat in the event of his submitting himself for re-election, refused to accede to the request of his supporters at Cork to resign his seat.

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THE LATE PRINCE NAPOLEON'S WILL. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

THE LATE PRINCE NAPO LEON'S WILL. LONDON, Marcli 23. Notwithstanding* tlie terms of the will of the late Prince Napoleon, it is understood that tlie various Courts of Europe recognise Prince Victor Napoleon as the hf ad of the Bona pavte family.

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EXPLAINING AWAY THE BERLIN SCANDLE. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

EXPLAINING AWAY THE BERLIN SOA^DLE. LONDON, March 23. In connection with the statement recently circulated in Berlin with tie- ? - -gard to Dr. "Von Boetlicher, it has - Jbeen explained that the latter was ; ^assisted "by his J grandfather, the j ; present Emperor, from the Prfe - ->«» sims.iitiix|e,Mvl^J

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THE MORNING POST ON AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

THE MORNING POST ON AUS TRALIAN FEDERATION. LONDON, March 23. TJie Morning Post, commenting on tlie proceedings of the Federal Con vention in Sydney, says the results achieved so far have been far greater than it might have been expected. There could be no stronger proof of the common interests between the ." various parts of the Empire than by the ? adoption of Free Trade, but the ini tiative in the matter of Free Trade between the Mother Country and the /^...colonies must come from the former.

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Buckskin Joe's Last Fight. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

Biicfatiikiii Joe's La§l Tlie recent killing af a noted desp *- * rado and highwayman named Kates, better known as Buckskin. Joe, near* Tucson, Ariz., was the work of two? plucky telegraph operates, one of whom, a native ot Philadelphia, is named George li. Simon. He tells the story in a letter written to his brother. 44 On 2nd December George left Sentinel, on the Southern Pacific Road7 to go to Tucson. He was accompanied by a brother operator mined Nugent. Both were well mounted and well armed. At noon they stopped at Red Spring to water their horses, and there met a party of freighters. One of the men told Mr. Simon a man had been shot and robbed about twenty miles south by a highwayman supposed to be Buckskin .Toe, as he was known to be in the neighbourhood, and a strong party from Tucson had been looking for him. for some time. The man advised the two friends to lose no time in shooting if they met the outlaw, as he was a dead shDt, aisd^jf in the humour, he would not stop at k...

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Sporting Notes. Racing Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

Ffxtiu*e§. Richmond Downs, April 29th ami 30th. Hnjjheaden, May 14m and 15ch Charters Towers Queen's Birthday, May 25th. Sluttabarra, May 2Sth and 29 th. Cloneurry, June 4 th and 5th. Xormanton, June 18th and 19th. Towville, June 18th and 19 th. Charters Towers, July 2nd and 3rd. Croydon, July 2nd and 3rd. Ravens wood, July 9th and 10th. Burse town, July I6th and 17th. M&ckAy, Jiily 23rd and 24th. Boweu, August 6th and 7th. WUd River, August 20th and 21st. .CainiK, August 27th and 28th. Port Douglas, September 3rd and 4th. "Cookfcown, September 10th and 11th. Herbert River, September 17th aai ISth. Jolmstoae liiver, September 2?-th aad 25th, Eton, November 9 th. WalkeretoiL, November 12th.

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

THE TURF. A Sydney tofcalisator runner had to pay £100 to bow to "Your Worship" a few d»ys ago. . Carbine ran the last 6 furlongs in the All Aged Stakes, one mile, at the recent V.S-.C. meeting in Irmw I4l-secs. In fclie year 1S87 Sir George Chetwyud came across the "Jubilee Plunger" at York, and again afc Huntingdon- At an hotel at 'which he was staying in the former city Benzon lost £10,000 to a notorious blackleg - and meeting with the Plunger shortly after wards, Sir George said to him, " Why don't you collect all the money you have in the world, and throw it out of the window to Save you the trouble of getting through it, as you are trying to do ?" and catching eight of some sovereigns on the floor, under and around his bed, .which had evidently Tollerl ant of hi.s pockets, Sir George added, " Xoi ccateiii, with losing your money like a - fool, yoa must needs throw it about the floor!" This did appear to wake hiiu up, and he promised to amend, and not to go on gambling in tlie ...

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MORNING GALLOPS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

MOIIX1XG GALLOPS. WEDNESDAY. owing to ttie recent rams the trews has been so heavy that no wort of note could be done, consequently I did not visit, the course for the past week. This morning a few of the horses entered for the Easter meeting exercised, although they had to plough through mud. Donovan and Garryown opened the proceedings by completing two circles together," spurting from : the six furlong post to the bridge, and going slow overtherestof the journey. Vampire cantered three miles slow. Messenger put in a mile less at strong half pace, and his stable companion, Toomba went three times round slow, with a spurt down the hill in the way of a change. Vigor cantered once round slow, and was picked up by Newbolt, who accompanied tiim over two more miles. Tiiis pair jumped away from the 6 furlongs post, and raced to the bridge twice. Kewbolt was of no use to Mr. Lindsay's big chestnut, who covered the quarter in 28sees. up the hill. C'orsican was the last on the track. He was ...

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FATAL INFLUENZA. London, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

FATAL INFLUENZA. '( London, March 22. J Three-thousand persons are said to fee at present goffering from influenza at Pittsburg, in the United. States. Several cases have resulted fatally.

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VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. LONDON, March 22. 1 After a debate extending over three days, the French Chamber of Deputies passed a vote of confidence in the iiudivi Ministry by 254 votes to 96.

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A USELESS SHIP. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

A USELESS SHIP. LONDON, March 22. J The second trial of tlie Karrakatta, one of the cruisers >o£ the Australian Auxiliary Squadron, proved a greater failure than the first one, and a thorough overhaul of the vessel has now been ordered.

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TRUST FUNDS. LONDON, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

TRUST FUNDS. London, March. 20- I The Right- Honorable George J. Gosehen, Chancellor of the Ex chequer, declines to pledge himself to legislate for Trust Funds this session.

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DEATH OF A CONFEDERATE GENERAL. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

DEATH OF A CONFEDERATE GEKMAL. | LONDON, March 23. The death is announced of General Johnson, who held a prominent command in the Confederate Army during the civil war in the United States.

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THE INQUIRY INTO THE WRECK OF THE UTOPIA. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

THE INQUIRY INTO THE WRECK OF THE UTOPIA. LONDON, March 23. | In connection with, the recent col between the steamer Utopia! and the ironclad Anson, which re sulted in the sinking, of the Utopia and great loss of life,, an inquest lias been held, and the verdict of thej Coroner's jury returned was that the collision was accidental.

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BETTING MARKET. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

BETTlJfGr MARKET. [BY ELECTRIC TEiEGrBA-FH.] ["FROM OTJB OWN CORRESPONDENTS.! SroXEr, March 24. The most notable change in the belt lug market yesterday was a .demonstration against Bluenose, rho, consequent on an exhibition of lameness after a gallop with Little Benie, receded to an outside price, whilst- Little Bemie was installed a® favorite for the Syd ney Cup. Excellent form was shown by Paris on the training track to-day. This caused him to harden for the Doacaster Han dicap. Helene was also backed. The present quotations are as follow: Doacaster Handi cap : 100 to 15 Paris, ICO to 12 Helene and Marrel; 100 to 8 Megaphone and Triden tine ; 100 to 7 Fernando; 1C0 to 5 Arnina : { from 100 to 4 to 100 to 2 others. Sydney I Cup: 100 18 Little Bemie ; 103 to 16 i Highborn ; 100 Jo 14 Greygowu : 100 to 12 I Muriel; 100 to 7 Crown jewel. 4

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RANDWICK GALLOPS. SATURDAY MORNING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

BAND WICK GALLOPS. SATURDAY MOKXIXG. (BR ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWK CORRESPOXDEXT.L STDNEST, Varch 22, The tracks were in good going order, but no fast work was recorded. Euroka put in some strong work. Achilles moved at tim e quarter pace. 3? arvel galloped over a mile in splendid style. He is very well just now. Q.ueen of the Night defeated Penance. Tareoola going in good style, cantered once round, fiendigo galloped well over a utile. Crown Jewel and Ascot cantered once round Penance and Wilga put in a fast mile, as also did Fiancee. Megaphone moved in nice style over a mile, going strong Little Bernie had Biuenose for a companion over a mile j and a half. Ouida beat Plover badly over 1 sin furlongs. Ethelbert did likewise to ? Gatling. Minerva Correze, and Jfbrbet j bowled over a mile fairly well. Tiidentine ; went once round in grand ttyle. King Olaf also threw a mile behind him in good style, j King Carbine seems to be improving. He romped once round the circle. EK, Do...

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V.A. T.C. MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MBLBOURNE, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

V.i T.C. MEET1XG . (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRFSPONDENT.) MBLBOCUNE, March 22. At the V.A.T.C. Meeting, - held yesterday, tlie weather was flue. Following are the results: FEDERAL STAKES.-6 furlongs. Lai 1 Porfcsea ... ... ... ... 2 Melba 3 Five others started. Won by two lengths. Time, lmin 17sec. HURDLE RACE Of 130 so vs. added to a sweep stake of 3 | sore, eacli from starters; second liorse 30 j sovs. from the prize-2 miles. j Mr. R. B. Melvor'ts us b g B>uapchu, I a<red 1 ^ 1 Wr. S. Wallis's b in Lady Wilde, 6 yrs. 2 | , Mr. M. Carmody's b h Mibbeleck, 5 yrs. 3 ! Six others started. Won by 4 lengths. , Time, 3min. 53secs. |«* 6EM.IKG BACH 1 C f 150 sovs.-7 furlongs. i Mr. A. Ferguson's br g Lucifer, aged ...» 1 j Mr. J. Readfem's bl g Mcintosh, 5 yrs.... 2 [ Mr. A. L. Johnson's br m Assyrian, 5 yrs. 3 j Won by two lengths. Time, linin. 32sees. | ST KILDA CUJP OF 300 sovs added to a sweepstake of 5 sovs each for starters, second horse to receive 50 s...

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