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TOWN VILLE JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] Townsville, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
TOWN VILLE JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. (UT ELECTRIC TEI.EOKAPH-) [FRO31 OCH OWN COUSE3PONDEKI 1 I Towxsviixe, March 20. I At the meeting of tlie Towusville Jockey Club, it was decided that the added money be 805 gov8 at the Annual Meeting. The following is a rough draft of the pro gramme :-First day: eapliag Stakes, 100 sovs; Corinthian Cup, 40 govs; ! owusrflle Cap, 200 sovs, 1 mile and 3 furlongs; The Gilpin Stakes, 30 so^s; Separation Handicap, 65 SOTS; Cludeu Plate, oJ sovs. Seeond day: A ply Mile, 80 sovs; Maiden Plate, 35 sovs; Town Plate, 140 sovs, lj mile; Ladies' Bracelet, 40 sovs; All Aged Stakes, vr.f.a., SO govs; Farewell Handicap, 40 sovs. BRISBANE, March 20. Following are the acceptances for the principal handicaps at Q. T. Club meeting. METROPOLITAN STAKES of 200 SOVS, 1| miles. st lb Redfern Lurline Abacus Governor Ronald Bone... Lauristina 11 7 3 3 11 11 3 La Orange Embers Grana la Stafford Eau de Vie Porter st lb 7 5 7 2 6 13 6 0 CITY AXD srBritBAN EAXJJICAP OF loO...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
I BO XI NO. MeCarty and Burge fight at Broken ffiH for a tidy parse on April 7Hi, and a month later MeCarty meets Ted Ryan at Coogee. ' Billy Farnaa, who once defeated Peter Jackson in three rounds, and again, had that sable warrior of the roped arena fairlj done up in Sydney when the rin» was rushed, has been committed to an asylum. Fast life and hard fighting deranged his mind.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
1 NEW SOUTH WALES. Stdxet, March 20. A sensational case is reported from U-un ning, near Gnoulburn. Samuel Pembroke, Crown Lands Agent and Clerk of Eettv Sessions, lias been under suspension owing to some irregularities in liis accounts, and this afternoon a warrant was issued for liis arrest. The police proceeded to his resi dence, and when the warrant was read lie admitted liis guilt, and asked to be allowed to see his wife. Permission was granted, and after going into tlie next room, he sliot liim sclf through 4$ue head witli a revolver, deatl* h^abn^wfeOMiai*, 'Ji" .%' 1 * Joseph Bradley, 'was committed for tr/al to-day *oii several charges of forgery and" embezzlement on the E, S. and A. C. Bank, in which lie lield the position of manager of one of the branches. SYDNEY, March 22. " A shocking tragedy was perpetrated at Brook ston, near Wallsend, early yesterday. A young man named D. Stubbs liad his brains blown out by "his brother-in-law, Jas. &lt;3 ay. It appears that ...
A FRENCH SHIP TAX. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
A FEENCH SHIP TAX. LONDON, March 23. The Maritime Congress of Paris advises a tax o£ 10 francs on all ships entering tlie ports of France or her colonies. O'BRIEN AND DILLON. London, Mai eh 23. O'Brien and Dillon will jarive evi dence in the Tipperary riot e*se. Mit Gomr, who has been in the Hospital since the 8th inst" suffering &om the effeets of a fall out of a buggy caused by bad driving, was Eufficienllv recovered on Monday to go out for an'airing for a few hours. fife wiU pro bably be able to leave the institution alto gether in a few days. JroGB Koe£ broke the record on Monday. He left Hughenden early in the morning, arriving at Charters Tofers at 12*40 p.m. After iuneh he opened the District Court at 2 p.m., and finished the business in exactly two hours. Hie sentenced one prisoner to &lt;me minute in gaol, jad another to 12 months imprisonment for bigamy, but ex tended the Prisoners' Probation Act to him. The Judge also heard a Picturesque Atlas I. l.i J L- ...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 19. James. Fletcher, M.L.A. for Newcastle, Ifew South. Wales, who has been travelling in Tasmania for the benefit of his health was recently ordered to Melbourne. He was staying at Parer's hotel, Bourke-street. Last evening he complained of feeling ill and died this morning. Two male patients suffering from tuber culosis of the lungs were operated on at the Melbourne hospital to-day. Dr. Spring thorpe, who has only recently returned from Berlin, injected Dr. Koch's lymph into the back of each of the patients. A man going by the name of Hy. Palmer but who is known to the police as Sweeney, was arrested in Collins street in connection with the robbery of £2,640 from a clerk in the employ of Cornelius Proud, of Adelaide. An examination of the books of the Mel bourne Storage Company shows a deficiency of about £10,000 in the accounts of Edward Bogg, the accountant of the Company, who recently disappeared. ME3C.«orK>*E, March 23. Wilson was hanged this morni...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. i ADELAIDE, March 19. j Lionel David Jar vis, son of E. E. Jarris, at 1 Murray Bridge, was suffocated by swallowing a copper rivet. AN inquest was lxeld and a I verdict of accidental death returned. j ADELAIDE, March 24. j 3)r Scliomburgk, director of the Botanical1 gardens, died this morning at the age of 80 years. He expiredso^whatsuddeiily in flie arms of his son, Otto-Scliombergk, while' in the act of dressing The deceased gentle-1 man has attained a world-wide reputation as a botanist, second only to Baron von Mueller. : He has received a number of honors from tie different learned societies throughout the world.
A Bad Boy. EXTRAORDINARY CAREER OF A YOUTHFUL THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
A Bail Boy. EXTRAORDINARY CAREER OF A YOUTHFUL THIEF. A boy named James Curley, 10 years of age, a native of New South Wales, whose parents are mi Ik-ven dors, residing at Swan Hil!, was arrested by Sergeant Brown yesterday. His eareer is an extrarordinaiy one. He first came under the notice of the police in connection with, a horse which was stolen from a Mr. O'Connor, and sold to another boy for half-a-cro wn. 3STo proceedings were taken, as O' Connor g-*t bis horse back. Since then fowls have be^n frequently m:ssed in the neighbourhood, and although the lad was suspected tie police had not sufficient proof to arrest him. A few days ago he went to a man named Honer, who resides in O'Gonoel Town, and borrow^i his horse on false representations. He then went to another man named. Parsons in the Albion, obtained from him a loan-of a bridLe and saddle, and then rode siiiotti the town. In the evening he pulled up at Hawgood's pawnshop in the valley, took off the saddle, and pawned it w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
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CHRISTENING THE ELEPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891
CHRISTENING THE ELEPHANT. There are some good Scotch anecdotes which will bear telling. One is that p, care ful mother who had a smattering of higher talk gidned by association with the quality." "Ye maun gang to the minister and tell him to come baptize the bairn, but mind, John, that ye diiina say bairn-say infant." Her better half pondered over the word, and. when he had committed it to memory lie had reached the minister's house. As soon as lie saw the reverend parson he began his mes sage. Maggie says ye air to come over and bap teeze the ?" "Is it the bairn ye mean, John?" "Ifa, mi, it's 1100 that at a'," said John in. deep distress, "it's the-the-it's the ele phant, sir!" WREX you turn the leaf fasten it down, with cement. " ACTIONS" speak louder than words ; &. judgment is worse than a dun. COURAGE is a hardy plant; it is never de stroyed by being " plucked up." Save us from the girls and matrons who, dull in arithmetic and nowhere in Euclid, yet invariably solve the...