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V. CHARTERS TOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

V. CHARTERS TOWERS. (Br JiEMO.) match between the shore final of the aeries, was played on srnoon on Bicbmond ffill. The pital one for football, being cold sunny, with a moderately strong 5 along the field from the south i ground was terribly hard and circumstance thai; accounted for i for bumps, and for the accident St. Ledger, who was unlucky fracture his collarbone. Tiie Ldanee at the match, which was uated to reach 3000, showed that sst was taken in the result, and ^ the whole behaved well, being -ftial in their applause, and -lam crowding on the field of play, ive already been published, and ut alteration. Mr. S. Perkins ire of the game, and Messrs. W. P. Dwan line umpires. At : cs to 4 Luya kicked off for Bris " kick up field, which Campbell trtiy to Brisbane end, and on 111 again kicked to him, ran it up g St. Ledger, who was, however j At centre, F. O'Rourke, by a en for handled in scrum, sent Campbell at full back, who splendid drop, almost up 21». The game at this as terri...

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

AMtTAL MEETING, TfiCXJESD-A-Y AND IHK.XIJA.Y, 14th <& 15th July, 1892. President i H. H. Bajitok, ESQ. Vice-President: 3. MCKEIYEY, ESQ, Treasurer: G-. Tseheabk, ESQ. Committee: 3. Ektmsh, ESQ., 3. MAEPASS, ESQ., 9. F. MACDOKALD, ESQ., W. T. Cuthbeet, ESQ., D. WESTTEKBOTTOM, ESQ.. J. PODOSKY, ESQ , F. F. PEEK, ESQ., A. HO&asth, ESQ., F. Feeidekbeeg, Esq FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, July 14,1892. "Flying Handicap of 20 son.; second horse 3 eovs. from the prize; for all horses; six furlongs. .Nomination lOsj acceptance 10s. Walter Eandiieap of 10 so vs.; second j horse 2 SOYS, from the prize; for all horses; once round the course. Nomina tion 7s 6d'; acceptance 2s 6d. Publicans' Purse of 35 sots.; second horse 5 sovs. from the prize; for al; Ixorsee; 1^ mile. Nomination 1* sov. acceptance 15s. Selling fiace of 20 SOTS.; w.f.a; winner to be sold for 20 SOVB ; one mile. Poet entrance 1 SOY ; 7 lbs. allowed for every 5 BOVB. redaction in selling price down to nil. Hurr...

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Towers Jockey Club. Nineteenth Annual Meeting. First Day. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

Toners tag Sin. {Uqeteeqtfi jipal pieeling. First Day. Judge, Hon. John Deane; stewards, '"on. John Dfane, J. B Whitehead, W. D, Casey, D. Missingham, and E- re gaskis; starter, G-. Aubrey; clerk of the scales, M. Dee; cl rk of the course, A. J. Foster; secretar , Robert Russ'll. " " Is we swell the crowd which bl eks up the ' stand in front of The Life < ffice, w enever a St Leger or erby telegram is due, into about four millions, we thai not be over stating the number of those to whom * Tat tersalle " is the t-hibu olefch, and whose best sporting affections are bound up in " Buff." It is thus that able sporting writer. " The Druid " commenced the first Of his c lebrated series of workB " Poet and Paddock," and the happily applied words, wh is speaking truthfully of that time were, perhaps, also prophetic, for racing instincts and racing in terests, which are _ bred in Englishmen's bones, hare gathered wonderfully whilst rol ling along upon the tide of time. It was in 18...

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

TOW EES MINERS' RACING CLUB. ANNIVERSARY BACE MEETING, TO BE HELD OK THE Charters Towers Racecourse, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1892. President: T. GlVilNS. % Judge: HON. J. DEANE. Clerk of the Scales: M. DEE. Starter: Gr. SULLIVAN. Clerk of Course: W. PARSONS. Stewards: HON. X DEANE, A. H. PRITCHAB.D, M.BEE, A. EARL, D. MISSEDGHA1L PROGRAMME. First Race, to start at 11 o'clock a.m. Flying Handicap ^Of 60 sovs., for all horses, second horse 10 sovs. from tlie prize; £ mile. Nomination 1 sov., acceptance 2 sovs. Second Race, to start at 11*45 a.m. Back Race ( #l 15 sovs., for all bona fide hacks that have not won an advertised prize exceeding in value 6 sovs., and to he approved of by the Stewards; second horse 3 sovs., and third horse 2 sovs. from the prize; 1 mile, ftfiniwmm weights, 6 fit 7 lb. Entrance 15B, to be in September 7th,; ? p.rft * 1 Third Race, to fitart at 12*30 p.m. Miners' Handicap Of 100 sovs., for all horses; second horse 10 sovs. from the prize; If mile. The winner ...

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

AHE SHEWING A. Magnificent Range of I igh-CIass Goods for the Winter Season. These Goods are Quite Kew, of the Latest Fashions, and were imported direct from LONDON A IN I ) PABI8. GEO. TOMLINSON We ask the favour of a Visit of Inspection, when, any orders you may favour us witli will fee esteemed. CRITERION NEWEST SHADES DAMAS, SIAMOIS, FAILLE, ANI> BUFFALO SKINS. ALSO FANCY SILKS FOR BALL DRESSES. LATEST PESIGNS in ^EIGE POSTUMES AND J^ANCY PRESS ^Aaterials, ? I ' WITH TIlIMMIKGts AND FURNISHINGS TO HATCH. SHEWING IN THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. . .. ;* .' :C jv P»bibm^hm'« m TOY mm QUALITY m wmm mm ARE A SPECIALITY WITH US.

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

ALDERSHOT, MARYBOROUGH. ^ -tot ^ BU ESS AND SMELTEBS OF Cold, Silver, Lead and Copper Ores, Auriferous Concentrates AJTD Pyrites, Amalgam, &c. tot . Highest Prices in the Colo nies paid for Aurifer ous Concentrates and Pyrites. \ tot 3FERST GLASS FACILITIES FOB CRUSHING. -tot AMALGAMATING AND CONCENTRA TING ON FRUE VANNERS. -tot Assays and Practical Working Tests made, and all kinds of Analytical Work done on Reasonable ?Terms. -t°t E. A. WEINBERG, £.91. GENERAL MANAGER. THE RUS4ELL IMPROVED ELEC TRICAL BET IS BANDS, FOOT BATTERIES & TEET3ING NECKLETS are a pronounsed success in the treatment of the various Nervous Disorders, Aches, and Pains. These belts give a decided and qinifnrm galvanic current which thoroughly permeates the 'whole human system, it etimulates to action the half-dormant organs and nerve matter, and thereby removes the fundamental causes of disease, pain and disorder. The Ruseell Electric Belts are absolutely free from shock or unpleasantness. The...

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

BftASGHBS AT BRISBANE, TOOWOOMBA, ROCKHAMPTON, IPSWICH, WARWICK, ETC., ETC. THE WOOLLEN MILIiS. NORTH IPSWICH. £HE above Company having gone to considerable expense in procuring the services of a FIRST-GLASS CUTTER FROM SYDNEY fare now . prepared to execute TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. -Gentlemen [requiring a Perfect Fitting Suit for Business or Evening Dress camiotdo better than pay us a visit. We guarantee otir Tweeds, "Worsteds, &c., as being manufactured from PURE WOOL only, thoroughly shrank and fast colours. STYLE NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. CHOICE SELECTION OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. EEADYIMADES, &e, We hold a splendid stock of Ready Mades, equal to bespoke. Also Gentlemen's Mercery in Great V ariety. Onr AXdj WOOL BLANKETS are worthy of inspection, warranted to last 20 years. The Company's Celebrated Tweeds can only be obtained from their Establishment, Mosman-street; so d.9 llOt |b8 misled by^OtherS ad?0r eap imported tweeds as Queensland Man...

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'WHY HE NEVER LOOKED BEHIND HIM." "After this I[?]er looked behind me." [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

-XS& "WBT ia NEVBB LOOKED Bfi HUTD HIM." [ " After this Ineser looked behind me?* This Is a very common expression., do people mean bjit? l ot's wife looked be hind her and wm changed into a pillar A looomotive drirer in America looked behind him one day last summer and so * didn't see an open drawbridge in front of him. Hence a wreck and great iosa of life. A w^T1 in Londonto look behind him and was run down by a hansom. What alia.11 we do as a rule? Look behind us or not? We introduce a man who aayo he never looked behind him-after a certain faW How are we to take his meaning? Why by letting him explain it. Hegoeson to say that in one day in 13ejb~ ruary, 1890, he was suddenly seized with dizziness and .pain in his head. TJlm aU_ healthy people, under similar circumstances, he didn't know what to make of it. He says he felt strange and queer, he shivered as though the weather had Suddenly turned cold, and then flushed with the heat as though it had turoed hot again. What a...

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

.TAIIt AND SQUARE" CONSULTATIONS ABE Ttie Original and Only Successful 5s. CONSULTATIONS in Queensland. The Karnes o£ Persons drawing Horses are never divulged. NOW OPEN Towers Jockey Club Handicap, ^Rfin at Charters Towers, June 23rd, 1892. 10,000 SUBSCEIB EBS at 5S. EACH. first Horse... £1000 Second Horse 500 Third Horse ... ... 200 Starters divide 150 non-starters divide ... 100 2 Cash Prizes of £70 each... 140 2 " " £30 each 60 5 " ,. £20 each 100 10 " " £10 each 100 20 " " £5 each. 100 25 " £2 each 50 £2500 MiUchester Handicap, l?nn at Chfutera Towers, June 24111,1892. 5000 SUBSCEIBEBS AT 5S. EACH. Kist Horse... ... ... £500 Second Horse ... ... 250 Third Horse 100 Starters divide ... ... 75 Non-starters divide ... 55 - 2 Cash Prizes of £40 each... 80 2 n " £20 each... 40 f» " " £10each... 50 10 j, " .£5 each... 50 20 .. .. £2 10B each 50 £1250 Persons malnng application for Tickets are requested to Bend Iwo stamped addressed envelopes, one for reply, and one for result of draw...

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MR. WILLIAM BLACK. CHAPTER X.—BY NORTHERN SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

MB. Wl;-i CAM BLACK. CHAPTER X.-BY NORTHERN SEAS. Here, in front of the great, square, oldfashioned Scotch mansion, which was pleasantly lit up by the morning «jnn, stood the family wagonette which had just been filled by those of the house-party who were bound for church ; aud here, too, in the spaci ous porch, was Mrs Ellison, smiling her adieus with rather a sad air. ' Good-bye, dear;' said her kindly hostess. ' I hope you will have got rid of your headache by the time we get back.' And therewith the carriage was driven away alonsj the pebbled pathway, through an avenue of mag sificent wide-spreading elms. Then the tall and graceful young widow, who carried a book in her hand, glanced around her. There was no living thing near except a white peacock that was solemnly stalking across the lawn. Mrs Ellison strolled towards a hammock slur-g between two maples, and stood there for a moment, and considered. Should elie attempt it? There was no onlooker, supposing some slight accident ...

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BRISBANE V. CHARTERS TOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

BRISBANE V. CHARTERS TOWERS. I (BY NSKO.) The return match between the above fifteens, and final of the series, was played on Saturday afternoon on Bichmond HilL Tlie day was a capital one for football, being cold and not too sunny, with a moderately strong wind blowing along the field from the south east, but the ground was terribly hard and and raspy, a circumstance that accounted for the stoppages for bumps, and for the accident that befell St. Ledger, who was unlucky enough to fracture his collarbone. The capital attendance at the match, which was; roughly estimated to reach 3000, showed that a keen interest was taken in the result, and the crowd on the whole behaved well, being fairly impartial in their applause, and abstaining from crowding on the field of play, 'j lie teams hare already been published, and played without alteration. Mr. H. Perkins was sole umpire ofthe game, and Messrs. W. Hutton and P. Dwan line umpires. At twenty minutes to 4Luya kicked off for Bris bane, a...

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

^ ^ PUBLISHED ] " STAND FAST, CRAIG ROYSTON I" Keto Noftcl, EY WILLIAM BLACK, Author of " A Princess of Thole," " Sabina Zembra," " The New Prince Fortunafcus,'' «fce., &c. * ai-1 xuglits Reserved. ####*:*# **##**=#«=#* *=»* ************** *

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RUGBY FOOTBALL. BRISBANE V, CHARTERS TOWEES SECOND EIGHTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

ETKxBY FOOTBMiL. BSXSB&XE V, CHA.KTER8 TOWEES SECOND Ali&hteeu. (By Memo.) The second match of the series, when ike j Brisbane team played the second eighteen of Charters Towers, came off yesterday. The afternoon was hot and sunny, with a faint easterly breeze, and the attendance of spectators was fairly goad. The teams have already been given in yes terday's issue, and as there was no alteration, I need not recapitulate. At 20 minutes to 4 McMillan kicked off for Charters Towers, ard the umpire, Mr. Speakmao, promptly called the ball back for off side. Scrums at ^centre succeeded, and following them, Adair secured the leither, ran and passed to Grlenvvright, who dittoe-i to Ryan, carry ing the play to Brisbane end, until Kerr stopped the rush, and kicked the ball back 11 centre touch. Braham passed well from the throw in, and soon after F. O'Rourke put in a good run, but, on reaching the Chaiters Towers 25, made a bad pass to O'Shea, bring ing about scrums at. the C...

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

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

. . " . . -'- - ' ...M= ' -;:.-.V< . . - _ _ - :. CHARTERS TOWERS. " " -?.' - ZOZ; TO BE HE LD ON THE TOWERS RACECOURSE ~ ?>;;:. . . xm , 28TH JULY. FLYING Of SO SOve.; second horse 6 so vs. frojx the prize; 6 furlongs * nomination 1 SOY., acceptance If sovs. RFLCE PS!86^FIME AN*>rnmmm, and SLAT JDLY, LIDG. O . - O FPICE S S - 3E*ap©s^T^ljea3Litis Sox M. H.BLACK, M.L. A. ITice-Preaideaate: : D. H. DALRYMPLE, M I*.A., E. S/SA.WSOJT- - E. M. SMITH, F. M. HAGrGARD, H. B. BLACK, A. WILLIAMSON,. F. REICELE LMANN, N. C. MORTHENSEN, J. H. McLEAN, F. H. MYDDLETON, J. H.SHARP.H. BELL, F. H. A, TFLO0Q. A/MARSHALL 0B. McBURNEY. FIRST Day-Wednesday, July 20th. FirsfcJRace.-Tostart at 12noon. OPENING HANDICAP.-£40; six fnrlonge. Nomination £1. ftvwnA Ram.-»TV» atari; ^ 12. iS p-tn, MEMBERS' HANDICAP.-£50 Welter Handicap; second horse to RECEIVE £10 out of lite stakes; for horses fclie ,/wfc property of members ofthe MACKFTY Turf Club for two monttispriDr to the date of races; to...

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

JONEER POUNORY AND ENGINEERING S23.gtz1.eer, Xron. n.n<i nxeini QUEEN TO JT, Special Snperriao BSTABttSHSD 1879. R. E. J ARM AN, . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER ABB X>OFOB.lE» O P II Pink 0! HEAD ESTABLISHMENT-QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE, TOWMSTOM BBAMCB-miR VICTORI1 BRIDGE, . (Opposite QneenslandHotel.) THE LARGEST, BEST, AND CHEAPEST STOCK IN NORTH QUEENSLAND TO SELECT FROM. *0 ?8 o $ -*» Ri V 5* e 1 O £ § e lO «« 1 or GQ >5 ts J -<c» >5 SADDLES and BRIDLES complete from 60s., 5 per cent less on Linrs of a Half Dozen. QtTC " TlOJfS FREE BY POST OK APPLICATION. R, E. JARMAN, MARKET RESERVE. E. J. WALKER, Local Manager. H. MURGATROYD t .[ESTABLISHED 1880.] Citizens of Charters lowers and Surrounding District: U returning thanks for your past favors I have to inform yon that having now removed all the old premises and erected instead the Largest Store on Charters Towers, where I can display the Goods to the best advantage, and also being a large importer...

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

i -Li- . , ?: /y : rT.... >:^ I * AT SOME FBIOE. >C: I ONDON, Jane 24l The Ameer of Afghanistan lost ^ 1500 men quelling the Hazara tribe,

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

RATHER SEVERE. LONDON. Jane 21. | The Standard states the scandal# disclosed surrounding the proceedings of the Melbourne Board of Directors of the Mercantile Bank of Australia, have made the market less disposed than ever to take the Victorian Loan, but dealers favor the loan, fearing a refusal will lead to more serious con sequences. The Times states the bad impression created by Victoria is still unfavorable to colonial prices.

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

COLONIAL ITEMS. LONDON, Jane 25, The Standard states the drop in Victorian stocks is reported to have embarrassed large holders. The Economist states the loan "is peculiarly damagi ng to Victoria's credit, as it shows her inability to refrain from borrowing after Sir Graham Berry's expressed conviction. This creates the impression that the finances of the colony are really worse than is supposed. The Economist also attacks the view expressed by Mr Dibbs at the Empire Trade Conference, and thinks he is disposed to come to hasty conclusions. A letter in the Economist from their Sydney correspondent declares that the Newcastle Goal Trust is viewed with grave suspicion. The PaU Mall Gazette colonial in terviewer states that Sir Charles Lilley, Sir Henry Parkes, E. Barton, and Sir George Grey have avowed | themselves Home Rulers, i

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