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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

J' OSK P H M A L 1 () N Wishes to inform his numerous acquaintances, and tka pvbKc generally that lie has commenced business IN THE G9AGHINB UNE ?' J _ . " . ?.->>- -t-u_ Eirfst-cl&£B Coach and Civility and AJbfeiiliiiL, . ' { Frinte Address : King-utreek* i : : \ ' ' ~ COACH' AVAILABLE AT ALL HOURS. JOSEPH MALLON. CONTRACTORS, tat. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, fCL & CO., having opened a branch Shop in Gill-street, next door to # Peter Strang, are now better prepared to meet their old customers Sfld the general pnblic in anything of Hie BUILDING OR FURNISHING LINE. Saving now been in business on Charters Towers for the last ten jeans, can be trusted to turn out work in their usual First-class style. J. C^HB % W GILL STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. Charters Towers J!nted Water and lee KING STREET >BSSRS. J. ROMBERG & CO., having purchased the business lately ; ^ » carried on by H. Webb, and having secured the services of Mr. Benben Parker as Superintendent of the ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ULSTER QUESTION LONDON, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

THE ULSTER OIJESTION I "' ~ London, Jnne 24. At the Unionists* Convention at Dublin yesterday, 5000 delegates were present representing Leinster, Mun ster and Coxmaught. Eesolutions were passed confirming those recently adopted by the Belfast Convention. Six* Gavan Duffy, in a speech at a dinner given by the Ulster Home Balers, said no injustice would be done to Ulster, in the event of an Irish Parliament being established. LONDON, Jane 25. Sir Gavan Duffy also stated that Ulster would fight if subjected to manifest injustice.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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The Convent Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

The Convent* Concert. i Tw thtt concert given b, month ago by the ^lflJd& tod ^apik tif the Coa^ent School - I^p^^^bcoiess from every point of view, -~ -- /the repetition of Tuesday night can onlybe termed aiionsler success both financially and; otherwise. Looking at it from a monetary point of view, it is sufficient to say that the frontseating accommodation was augmented by the addition of 200 estra chairs, and that when the curtain rose there-was-not a vacant omf, The hall was again taxed to its utmost capacity, but profiting by the experience gained at the former entertainment, the pro moters had completed their arrangements in < such a manner that, although the hall was .crowded, everbody was comfortably seated and nobody had cause to complain. As an ' entertainment, the concert was all that could j be deBiredj its originality was itsgreateetcharm, and the variation given to itcaused the interest; fobe sustained from beginning to end and the j appreciation of...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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KIDNAPPING THE EXECUTIONER. LONDON, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

KIDNAPPING THE EXECU - TIONEH. IJOXDON. Jane 25. I Bavachol's friends endeavored to kidnap the executioner, Deibier, but the police frustrated the plot.

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ACCIDENTS. LONDON, June 24 [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

ACCIDENTS. LONDON, Jane 24 I j In a landslip at Montespo, Italy, 30 people were killed and injured. An explosion of gun cotton on the man-of-war Your La Boy killed an officer and a man.

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CROSSE AND BLACKWELL. LONDON, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

CROSSE AND BLACKWELL. LONDON, June 22. The firm of Crosse and BlackweJl, provision merchants, has been floated into a company with a capital of £570,000.

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MR. IRVING. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

. MB. mvma. Londow, Jane 23. i Mr. Henry Irving, the tragedian, lias announced his intention of making a tour of America, extending, over 30 weeks, next year.

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THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. LONDON, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

THE PRESIDENTIAL CAM PAIGN. LONDON. JUNE 24. Adler and Stevenson have been nominated for the Vice-presidency.

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MR. GLADSTONE'S POLICY. LONDON, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

I " MR. GLADSTONE'S POLICY. LONDON, June 24. Mr Gladstone's manifesto at Mid lothian describes bis Irish policy as a proposal to set both Parliament and Ireland free, enabling the former to overtake arrears of {legislation, and the latter to manage domestic affairs. He declares that Scotland and Wales are in favor of disestablish ment^ and promises electoral registration reform, one man one vote, payment of election charges, allowances to workmen mem bers of Parliament, Local Option and licensing. He admits the desire for shorter hours is largely dereloped, and j implies Hie assent of the miners,! The manifesto is considered common place and disappointing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

? E^iibli«hcd 18P1 SiMiiLEV. ?' J-MIIXICAS Mi D. MiLiiif AND CO., 8 H A B HBO H8S " AND -rj; - - -. -MINING AGENTS prepared to undertak« «ve*y description of > MINING BUSINESS Omnintee Prompt Attenfci<J» to *Ll communications. -(o) RELIABLE REPORTS MADR ON MINING PROPERTIES. - BfifBABSiNWB. A B C 1NB MOKEING»S CODES VSERr mil l jlmi - MILES/ Churtsii Tv'Wt OFFICE OF THE Brilliant Block Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Brilliant Freeholds Gold Mining Co Ltd. Brilliant and St. George United Geld Kining Co. Ltd. Brilliant St. Patrick and Queen G.M. Co., Ltd. Brilliant Central G.M. Co. No lia bility. Boomerang G.M. Go., Ltd. Charters Towers District Hospital Charters Towers Cemetery Triost. (jjhnw}> Land Syndicate Ltd. - Caledonia Consolidated G.M. Co., Ltd. Craven* s Caledonia G.M. Co. Inability. Day Dawn School Bcserw Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Bay Dawn 4n West Gold Mining G» Ltd. . Da&ance Mill Syndicate. Identity Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Mills' Day Dawn United Gold Miaw Co. Ltd. ...

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UGANDA AFFAIRS. LONDON, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

I UGANDA AFFAIRS. LONDON. June 24 Captain Lagard reports that the trouble arose through the murder of a Protestant Chief by Catholics, fol lowed by a general attack on Pro testants and Captain Lugard's fort.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Mining Laws. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

7^ SSDiBg Laws. The Ijondofi Mining Journal " Tfce |fcll jwicg important information in refeiea e pa * Foreign Mining lawe' is ^.ven by Mr Arthur Strauss, and the reader will quickly realise their great superiority over those in force ia this coanfcry i-The ba*is of the Gerva&ii law is free minings that is t a eayt the minerals beiongto the nation or, ae mo right to- file mir*ral*, »nd t^wfwofceavj fines of imprisonment egMi^ Sti *PF*Pr;" ation dauneiali onyour own property. The French law expnn it d'ffeteatly, but it-comes to the nme thitaf. Itsays "The moment the eonpsraion M ' considereda new property- ®re*v body >im a right to digfor npiitlii except ?? under streets, railways, «sd churchyards. It is allowed to dig on othmr people'*p«»pe^yir; except under the^r buildings, or within awft thereof. The owner'®permission!* requisite, ^ hat should he refuse it, the mining courts | forcebim to gnal ft, sniMi ho can show ? good xMmiii to thepubUo safety '« refusing j his perm...

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Etheridge Mining. (Etheridge Mining Journal) June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

Btheridge Hilling, (Etheridge Mining Journal^ Jane 14. A crushing on account of Mr Ned Dris ' eoll was cleaned up at the Cumberland mill last Thursday. Hineteen tons of surface ] from die Cumberland p.c. gave him a return of 42 ounces of gold, It is reported that anther mill will shortly be ereeted at the Woolgar, raitbat thu j iiild which has been w <|uietfor some time | past will once more boom again. !Jhe { Warden informs us that there is * large j extent of reefing country ear-jing big reetB | which will average 18dwts to the ton. I Jim Thompson brought a t«f nice eake j of AOoze of gold in from the Golden Crown | last week which wm obtained by himself and ! a mate (Snell) in their tribute, from 14 tons ! raised in little more than a week, The gold I is worth Goande»% more than JS2 an | ounce. j It was rumored in iom yesterday that some chink i-.s were on cood alluvial gold ; below the junction of tbe E&heridge river and ? Fiery ereek, atout4i miles from Georg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

AND MOSMAN STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. -*ir 9 WIKPli is & true friend to its owner, and were its merits and the advan tages afforded by its use more generally studied, it would be much more commonly used than is now the case. A GOOD WINDMILL costs E9 more to erect than does an inferior one, and this i« a point to be carefully borne in mind. The motive power-wind-being- a free gift of Hature, the first cost of a windmill may be said to be practically the only cost, the expense of maintenance being very trivial. The " PERKINS*3 Hill is to be thoroughly relied upon. It has no mechanical "notions/' but is as simple as ABC, is well made, and a perfect regulator-that is, in storms it automatically puts itself out of work until the violence of the wind abates, when it at once again automatically goes into work. The question as to what sort and size of Pump to use with a Windmill is a matter to be determined in each case by the work required to be done. A few illustrations are given on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

TO THOSE ABOUT TO MARRY, AND OTHERS, GOOBSBfTDTO H. J. ABBOTT'S V GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOCSE, \ ; __ Flinders Street (opposite Newmarket Hotel), Townsville, «aA obtain the best yalne for money im FU RNITURE, BEDDING, AND HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Hafa'miAm given for «fc Single Article or for Completely Furnishing Cottage,^Villa* or ifamttfon COUKTET ORDERS BBCBITB PROMPT ABTB CAREFUL ATf SUTIOr. MORAN'S QUEEN'S HOTEL GILL-STREET. ^ j ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES AND SPIRITS KEPT. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. ©EST LOOSE BOXES ON TH E TOWERS BENJAMIN TOLL, TF Hmnfcing the Public for past farow JL wishes to inform them that the Jmkix Jiiai jiBKir Utais Are BOW in Full Swing. TUEBS1Y&LATSBWQBK ARCHITECTS* OWN DESIGNS AS Southern Prices. Joinery of all Descriptions. Sashes. Doors, Shopfittingfi, mouldings, Fretwork, Scrolls, Copflli near Work. ForItaiauskiiig in Every line not to fee nupaasedL If you want a Good Bed fay B. Toll's. »q£b made and laidprojperiy, Me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

w :"7. . D U N W OO D I E, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FLINDERS STREET, TOWNSVILLE. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. Only the Best- Brands of Wines & Spirits kept in Stock. Visitors to Townsville made at Home dnring their Stay. M. DUNWOODIE, PROPRIETRESS. I METROPOLITAN HOTEL, FJifldws Street West, Towas?fl!e. fiMB ACC8H8DATHK M MEBEBS AID TRAVELLER BOOMS WELL VENTILATED. PLUNOE AND SHOWBB BATHS. None but the BeBt Brands of Wines and Spirits Kept PATRICK Connell. proprietor: THE PALACE HOTEL, Flinders Street, Townsville. BILLIARD BOOMS. SPLENDIDLY APPOINTED BAB. IiABGEST AND BEST FURNISHED CLUB ROOM. CUISINE UNEQUALLED IN TOWN. Ample Stabling Accommodation. TBmass asooEBAva HENRY FISHER, [A 0119.] IN TOWtfSVILLH. Say Sum Botd, E- MILYERTON, Proprietor. SO Tflus STEWARD ns tbx oio ABJT, 0*. HOTEL FOR SALE. A CEWTRALLY SITUATED HOTEL. SR. J. O. BROOKS, having decided to give op business, wishes to sel > his ENTERPRISE HOTEL at Queenton. This house is on%of the best Hotel Investments in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

H- I32QNABJ3 begs to informfee BnsineB&jPablie of Charters Towers, the stud c^lier Local Institutions that he imported from London ono of the Latest Improved Plants for and hopes to receive a share of the public patronage. The prices chai^gedarestrictljreasoMWe, suttdthe articleeupplied is gnaratt A lafge otookofMoiwtsand oilier applisncea for ths repair of &ubber Stamps adwayB on hand. Address all orders estre of Nobthmbh Mdjer Office C^-street, Charier* Towers. Ladjeain fee Country can b>TO a Good Fit by wending Pattern Bodice. HOUSE, 1C&& Tmm&MJkJEL . IfaiBtla, and Hi^nft tf^lnwg IMtWihmHiti H*Ting received % ehme» assortment of Winter Goods, iE Wedding and Mourning Costumes made up on the Shortest fJLDIES9 AND CHILDREN'S UDERCLOTHING In Stock, Q mmgmim* Hodgkinson-staeefc, Charien Towers. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER, GILL STHE&T, CHARTERS TOWERS. A CHOICR iSSOStlHENT OS Cashmere, Veilings, Sedges, Silks -Liberty and Pongee-, and othe...

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A UNIONIST MEETING. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

A U3TIOHIST MEETING. IiOKDON, Joae 23. A great meeting at St. James Hall endorsed the sentiments of the Ulster Convention, after addresses by Earl Londonderry, the Duke of Argyle, and DP Keane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

LISSNER PARK, TOWER& PROPRIETOR. WAVE RLEY HOTEL, LOWER M0SMA2T-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. MRS. SCHINKEL, PROPRIETRESS. Brands e£ Wiam amS M&Mis mlwsya is IStmk* TASKS. H. SEWELL, TINSMITH, PLUMBER, & GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ST. GEORGE'S CHEEK, GILL-STREET, QUEENTON. id Water E<aid on at Reasonable Rates. Estimates given. Orders punctually attended to. BARNES' CONSULTATION ON THE MELBOURNE CUP, Ron AT Flemington, NOVEMBER 1ST, 1892. 10,000 SnbscrlbeK at Ss. 0d.~-JBIS50.-Less 10 per cent. 190(Sash Prizes. Every Investor of fl>e. has a chanee of drawing ® Separate Fmes Register all Xetten, and enclose TWO Addressed Envelopes--ona for reply and one for mult «1ip. Xpm or Defaced Tickets will not be recognised BARNES AND SON, TOBACCONISTS AKD STATIONERS, Petrie'e Bight and Roma Street, Brisbane. W. B. STEELE'S "CiTY OF THE PLAINS" CONSULTATION ON THE MELBOURHE CUP, TO BE RUN OK OB ABOUT NOVEMBER lBT, 1892. 50,000 SUBSCRIBERS AT lOs. EACH. First Horse ....

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SENTENCED TO DEATH. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

SENTENCED TO DEATH. LONDON, June 23. UavacliDl has been further tried for fire murders committed near St. Etienne. He has made a confession, gloating over his crimes, and has been sentenced to death.

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