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

»«w doois tortte Present E.. HOBBS & CO. -., ? ??> -v. Z' ? ? JI BE just opening a Choice Lot of Goods, consisting of Cloths, Tweeds, JHL Doeskins, Serges, and Sergerettes, direct from the Maanlactflrets Orders Executed at the Shortest Notice ^ . AND At the LoveBt Bemno^aHve Prices for Ready Money. Having secured thse service! of F. 6 Hobbs as Cutter, from Sydney, all work will be under bis supervision, bo that every Garment will be guaranteed t£ gire satisfaction. Trouaer Catting a Speciality. Every attention paid to orders from the Country. Patterns, and Cards with instructions for self measurement forwarded. Address; Tour Patronage Solicited E. HOBBS & CO., iMosman Street, next to Lemels* Store. * © & THE TOWERS TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, GILL STREET, Next Door to Court House Hotel. . Messrs. VEBNER BROS., OF BBISBANE, Earing opened a branch on the Towers at the above address, ace prepared to do FIRST CLASS TAILORING. At Brisbane prices, and have a large ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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A TRAITOR. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

A TRAITOR. IiONDQir, Jane 23. A clerk in the Paris war office has been arrested for selling documents to Germany.

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A BAD OPINION. LONDON, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

A BAD OPINION. Loudon, June 25. The German Press attribute the rising at Usnigaria to the English supplying the natives with arms, and it is expected the English will be expelled from Kilminjaro.

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A SILVER MEDAL. LONDON, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

A SIXiYHB MEDATi. Losmi, Jmmi 22. 1 Sir Henry Braddon, Ageiifc-General of Tasmania, tnw awarded the silver ! medal of the Society of Arts for his | April paper oa Tasmania,.

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THE BOER TREK. LONDON, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

THE BOER TREK. LONDON. JUNE 22. The Boer trek has entered Portu guese territory in Angola, and the Boers have proclaimed a republic.

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

. ? I A SI! BEQUEST. LONDON. JUNE 23, Mr David Lewis, of Liverpool, who died in 1885, bequeathed £200,000 which has since amounted to £350,000 to Gr. J. Cohen, of Sydney, and ano ther for the benefit of the working classes of Liverpool and Manchester. Mr Cohen's co-trustee, subject to the [ approval ef Mr Cohen, hue requested A. B. Farwood, M.P., and Sir Henry j ; Holosworth, M.P, to act ae trustees in1 j administering the fund. Mr Cohen | | has consented to the arrangement. j

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

TH8 PRESIDENTIAL CAM- i I PAIGrN. I Loitdon, June 24. | At the Chicago Democratic Con- j vention General Cleveland was elected ! on the first ballot, the votes being Cleveland 616, Hill 112, Boies 103. fhe platform adopted by the Conven tion endorses a poliey of tariff for. revenue purposes only, and describes ] the machinery tariff as an atrocity.' It demands the recognition of gold and silver as the standard money of , the country. <

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A WINDING UP ORDER LONDON, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

A WINDING UP ORDER LONDON. June 25. Mr Justice Williams has ordered the compulsory winding up of the Mercantile Bank.

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

RAILWAY BILL. LONDON, Jane 28. In the House of Lords yesterday, tlie Baker-street and Waterloo Elec tric Railway Bill was passed, as were also the Newark and Manchester and Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Bills. MR STANLEY. London, June 25. The Home Office have decided Mr Stanley is qualified. The humanita rians are heckling Stanley for his treatment of the natives. IMPERIAL POLITICS. London, June 26. The Irish Education Bill has parsed the-House of Lords. The Scottish Home Rule Associa tion has seceded from Mr Gladstone on the ground that his manifesto ignores Scotland, and that his Irish, policy Is pregnant with danger to the sister countries. The Bank of Ireland and other stocks have dropped one per cent on account of Gladstone's manifesto. Sir W. V. Harcourt and Mr Morley are actively campaigning, and the papers are crowded with political addresses ; the excitement is growing. Mr Balfour's manifesto crisply reiterates the Irish position and replies to Mr Gladstone* Great spee...

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IN INSOLVENOY. FRIDAY, JUNE 24. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Copper.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

t : /Before His HdnorMr Justice Ceoper.) : in the matter of Jolin Henry Pits, nam mieeion agent, of Charters Towers. Mr Mil ford applied far a certificate of discharge, o& the grounds that the insolvency lad arisen from circumstances oyer which in-, solventhad hadno ooatr^L III reply to His Honor, MrMilford staged that all the creditors had not consented to the dt-charge. The amount for which he had felled was £1200, the cause of the in solvency being the pressure of the principal creditor, who was secured by a bill of sale. Mr Milford stated that the insolvent was one of those %h© had. been incarcerate under the. Companies Act, under an order from the Supreme Court, Brisbane, in connection with the liquidation of a mining c ompany. The Official Trustee in his report stated ; that $ie insolvent had used money from hi? business for mining speculations. His Honor said that a man must not use money from his legitimate business for ntin ing speculation. Mining was simply gambl i...

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PRINCE BISMARCK. LONDON, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

I PRINCE BISMARCK. LONDON, Jane 25. Bismarck was immensely ovated at Munich, alt he ugh lie arrived at two o'clock in the morning. Interviewed in Vienna, he stated war with France ultimately was inevitable, it only needed some man to cause the neces sary effervesence. Germany had not the slightest interest in a war with Russia, while Austrian in teres fee were best served by a closer union with Russia and Germany. The official German Press attribute Bismarck's jealousy of Caprivi to the latter's foreign success.

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A Funny Game. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

A Funny Game. A few friends met the other night in a Newtown stop * to spend a jovial evening, but ' as they were all teetotallers and none of them drank anything stronger than Oiements Tonic, drunkenness was out of the question. Mae | proposed a game of euchre, and Jones said they had better play for something just to give the game an interest and make it lively, but times were hard, so they did. not «us to; play for money. Smith, however, spieda box of Fletcher's bilious and liver pills, and pro posed that each time a man was beatenhe should take a pill, and thismade the game i lively, and the fun was fast aad furious, Simpson swallowed five, Jones got away with four and Smith a^d Hopkins two each and Mae got off scot free. The game terminated by a general exodus at S a.m., for Dr Fletcher's pills neverlabour in TUB, They axe the best and mildest pills made and are sold by all chemist and druggists every where ; being a positive, safe, and reliable cure for constipation, liver com...

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IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

INT CHAMBERS. Parker v Smith and Fearnly.-Adjourned summons. Mr llacnaughton for plaintiff, and Mr Lea for defendant. Order-Lean to defend, costs to be in the cause. j Ferry v Petrie. - Adjourned summons. Mir Leu for plaintiff, Mr Maenaughton for i defendant. Older-Leave to defend with liberty to defendant to amend writ by adding Angela Rose Ferry u plaintiff in support of tiie claim to £28 for rent if so advised; costs . of this summons to be costs in the cause. 1

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

J. A. HAGGER, WHOLESALE and RETAIL. PRODUCE ME ELCHANT AND FAMILY GROCER, Sadd's Ridge, Queenton TT'AMlLIHia waited upon, and Goods |j delivered to a3j|pftrts of the field dally. WILLIAM A» ACKERS AND CO, Established 1874. STOCK & STATION AGEBTS, Auctioneers, Siiareforokers, COMMISSION, FIRE, LIFE, aub MARINE INSURANCE AGENTS. Agents for Absentees. 'Members Townsville Stock Exchange. Agents for North Queensland for the NOETH BRITISH & MERCAHEU INSURANCE Co., L». Authorised Capital, £3.000,000; Subscribed Capital, £2,750,000 sterling. Agents for LANGLEY'S WOOL PRESS, and the SOMERSET NURSERY, PARR AM ATT A. CARDIFF STORE, TOP OF fflGH-S T., DAY i.'AWN RIDGE. T. JONES, Faintly ?*r©cer and Produce Healer. OWING to Increasing Trade, it baebe come neeessaiy to enlarge the present premises, and in order to do so I am now ailing of Goods, consisting of a Large Assortment of Crockery and Hardware, at a Very Reduced Rate. Groceries, Farm and »®iry Produce, aJgo at Reduced Rat...

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What People Say. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

What People Say. 'Truth la stronger than Fidin,' so people my, but «ooh truth as wa reccivad from 17 Channon, Esq, Photogragher, Sown, N.S.W., Is only a sample of what comes to hand by every mail from all ports of Australia. Mr Channon speaks for himself ' I was one of the first attacked by La Grippe at Nana. The symptoms-sneezing, running at nose, weak, watery eyes, frontal headache, as if the brain wanted to press through, the pain was almost constant, restless sleep, poor appetite, constipation, foul tongue, constant expectoration of yellow greenish phlegm, burning prickling feeling in the chest, great weakness and. pain st (ha nape of the neck,, water-dad brown, 1. tried to rise but was too weak, and had to lie downs-gain. Whilst at the worst, I read of the curative proper ties of Clements Tonic, and was induced to try it, although sceptical about advertised remedies; - after a few doses I certainly felt better, '«o much that I wrote you, asking advice, which you promply afforde...

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Bad Manners. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

Badlffanners. j The scene in theHouse on Tuesday .sight is not calculated to impress the | world as to the intelligence and lie- ? land Ijeg^latiye Assembly. " The langnageusedby Mr Ryak was quite unjustifiable, and had the subject been approached without anger he could Mve beeh fqrced tohumbly apologise, ^taid if he prayed obstinate could have from the Victorian Assembly lor an . expression of much the same charac ter, and the country endorsed the' punishment by refusing to send him Ijackagain. Unfortunately, some of the members who took it upon them selves to reprove Mr Rtas, became .afeabusive in their language as he ihe f act that the number for Barcoo 1®ehaved unwarrantably did not jus tifyMr PERKINS instyling the mem* ber for Bundaberg, Mr HiLL, an abor tion. A splendid opportunity of vin dicating the honor of the House was lost, and hon. members who take a delight in damaging the credit of the chamber in which they are out of place, have escaped being taught that such --actio...

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

Commercial. B. D, Moreliead and Co. report 16th. Jane, 1892:-Fat cattle: 218 yarded, market ruled dull throughout at somewhat lower rateB than last week. Best pens of bullocks £3 17B 6d to £4 2s 6d ; extras £4 10a to £4 I$s; good, £3 2s 6d to £3 Z2s 6d ; light and medium, £2 2 s 6dto £2 17s 6d. We sold on account of D. O. McConnell and Sons, dress brook, 78 prime and weighty bullocks to £4 15s, averaging £4 Od 10d; account Patrick McNamara, Ksk, 16 bullocks, from £2 2s 6d to £211163 ; ani account of owner, from Beauderest, 20 bullock, from £3 17s 6d to £412s 6d. Fat sheep: 1370 penned. IGus beinga very limited supply, brought about by the heavy rains, caused prices Jto advance onaUprimesbeep from ls 6d to 2s; best woollea wethers from 8s to 9s; extras, 9s 6d to 10s 9d; good, 7e to 7e 6d. We sold account Boweoville Estate, 240 merino wethers from Ife to 10s 9d, averaging 9s 6d; and account W. J. Chandler, 43 wethers £r~m 8s to 8s 3d, and 2 at fa 3d. Lambs: 130 penned. We cold 17 acco...

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

ItEGTSTRY SUFFICE AND Servants Home. MRS J. J. RYAN, Mosman- street, ?3ear lilac's Hotel, Charters Towers. MRS ErAN also keeps a large stock of Groceries, &c. Drapery, Fancy Goods, and Stationery. School Books as recommended to be used in Schools by Queensland Education Department. and CO., Stock, Station, -AND COMMISSION AGENTS. Sheep aud CMHe Salesmen, Wool and Produce Brokers. Search OFFICE : East Street, Bockhampton. Sheep and Cattle Stations, Aim OTHER Freeliolci Estates, Together with large Numbers of AND jsrp'pjs PTPfiJi' AND Sfxid Slieep and Caitle For Sale throughout Queensland aud the other Colonies. WMTED MIS PDMiffl if iCCHCN, ft E NTS PAID, And all other Business connected with Pastoral Property and the Crown lands Ajets transacted. DAVIT) Mining Surveyor & Engineer, COURT HOUSE CHAMBERS, GILL-ST., CHARTERS TOWERSA Applications oader G-al&fields and Tamflfi --- attended to. Plans of all descriptions prepared. " MR, E« J. FORREST, Solicitor, &...

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Wnangdoodle Baxter Lectures. Stinginess. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

Biiisx. B. SWEET, EST " Texas Stsmfis." Stinginess. BRIEF DISCOURSE BY THE TBEI BEVHREITD WHANGTOOODUE BAXTBR OF THE AUSTIN BLUE IiIGKT TAEEKNACLE. BEBLUBBBD Bbedden ind Sistebn : The subject oh dis ebenin's discourse am abarice, in other words, stinginess. * Dar's lots oh stingy folks in ebery ker munity, but de wust case of abarice -ebber I heered of was dat of a man in Alabama, fiie tried ter pawn a coat ob tar and fedders dat had been presented ter him by: hie nabore. I has heered ob anudder ease dat was nios' BM bad. A chile drank about a pint ob kerosine by mistake, and hisTnudder, who was a mighty close ooman, ran a wick down de chile's froat, and used that infiat for a lamp. Y es, bredden and sistern, dar's a gennerman ob my erquaintance who am afeared ter buy a lead pencil, bekase he can't be puffectly shore, dat de lead reach clar fru it. Dar'e a man libben in Western Texas who Paris-greened his tafcer bugs ter deffi, and den he raked up dar carcass and dried 'em out ober ...

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

MISS LAING, MILLINER, DRESS AND HABIT MAKER, NEXT MEDICAL HALL, CriBI-street. ?liarter§ Towers. ALAND ST. GASH STORE. F. T. HOOPER, GBOCES AND PRODUCE MERCHANT, HAS PRIME BUTTER, BACON, HAMS, AND CHEESE always on hand. LUCERNE ASTO OATEN CHAFF, MAIZE, WHEAT, POLLARD AND BRAN, POTATOES ASD ONIONS, of the First Quality. F. T. HOOPE R alsokeeps a Large anii Varied Stock of China, Glassware and Ironmongery. *Groods delivered with promptness to all parts of the Field.

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