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

A COLLISION. LONDOK, J tine 25. Two trains collided at Harrisbuigb, ~ and 10 people were killed.

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

A 1VTEW BANK. LONDON, June 25. The Burdefct-Coutta Bank has been registered as ail unlimited company with a capital of £600,060.

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

A WOOL COMPANT. .LONDON, J ane 25. A scheme is afloat to form a union of wool producers and importers, with a capital of £100,000 to act as their own brokers, and so save commission charges.

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

OBITUARY. LONDON, June 24. The death is announced of Herr Ton Bulow, the celebrated German musi cian. SIR. M. H. DAYDES. LONDON, June 23. Sir M. R. Davies, one of the Mel bourne directors of the Mercantile Bank of Australia, who was referred to at the meeting of depositors in that institution, is expected to arrive in liondon in a fortnight.

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

"GERMAN SYRUP." We have selected two or Croup, three lines from letters freshly received from parents who have given German Syrup to their children in the cirorgencies of Croup. Yon will credit these, because they come from good, substantial people, happy in finding what bo many familes lack-a medicine containing BO evil drug, which mother can ad minister with confidence to the little ones in their most critical hours, safe and sure that it will carry them through. ED- %i. WIIXITS, of Mrs. Jas. W. Kxek, * Alma,, Heb. I give it Daughter*' College, to my children when Harrodebnrg, Ky. X troubled with Croup hare depended upon : and never saw any it in attacks of Croup . preparation act like with my little daugh it. It is simply mi- ter, and find it an m rac ulcus. valuable remedy. Fully one-half of our customers are mothers who use Boschee's German Syrnp among their children. A medi cine to be successful with thelitfcle folks must be a treatment for ijifc sudden and terrible foes of ch...

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ON THE LAWN. (BY MADAME MANTALINI). [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

ON THE LAWN. (Br MADAME MANTALINI). As on Thursday, the ettndand lawn were densely crowded yesterday, and I *m afraid tiiat many becoming costumes escaped my im ice.. Many ladies wore Thursday's dresses, but on the whole I tiiiok the display of yesterday was the better of the two. Among th<»6e with diff rent costumes I noticed » re B attie, wl»o wore an elegant gown of black cloth with waistc »at of white silk, embossed with g *11, and mo=t beaming hat of navy velvet and pale blue tips. Mrs Suter ( Hughen ien) had a co-tume of brown and navy striped Astrachan, and bonnet of navy feathers. Mrs Paull wore a black silk costume, bat of black fancy straw, black feathers and buttercup velvet. Mis F. Johnson (Townsvile) looked exceedingly stylish in a biscuit-colored corduroy cloth costume, block velvet gauntlet, cofis, collar, and reverse, with gold lace edgings, a id red hat. Mrs Gardiner's dress was of a pretty floral de-laine; hat to correspond. Mrs Lemel looked well in a ha...

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ON THE LAWN. (BY MADAME MANTALI[?].) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

ON THE IMAWJU. (Br MATUMB Umiim.) Herer before Jure I seen the grand-stand and lava decked with so many of my e«n ml I am pleased to say too that with advancing numbere die taste in dress has improved, and showy and expensive attire has given way to more elegant, retiring, and refined costumes. Taere was such a minster attendance that my poor pen is quite inade quate to do justice to the many beautiful costumes but among those I noticed were: Mrs fi. Russell, who wore & becoming gown of check tweed pad a felt hat, «nd W"» Bearup, whose rich Made silk costume and smail feather bonnet were veiy effective. Mrs Craven's striking dress was a buttercup satin draped with black Spanish lace, with large black hat and buttercup ^tips. Mre W. Oanpll wore a tailor-made costume of stylish grey tweed with boat-shaped hat. Mrs Pritchard was attired in black silk, with jet trimmings, with fancy str** hat and ostrich feather, and her sister, Mrs Hadte, looked exceedingly well in a fawn cordu...

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MACKAY TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MACKAY, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

TURF iLU& ANN0AL MEETING. (BC TBtEGBAPH.) Ma(3U¥, Jane 23. Tfce fo lowing entries ha e been received: OPEJnsa H4ffi^CiP, 6 furlongs,-Canary, Sunbeam, Kilrea, Carbine,. Sjreetbriar, Fire works. ... , |. Fionbeb EiJlbtCir, 14 mil**a.-Canary, Sunbeam, sKi!tWi, Me4qjhom "TI, Thar*ra, AUieda, Bapua, firewoiis, Bone, Harvester. M.T-C-, Hmsicat, 2 miles, sunbeam, Megaphone «i, Xharwa, Alfrieda, Papua, Firew^rk^iRone, Harvester LADIBSTPdbsb, Imile.- Canary, Sunbeam* Kilr «i Ttt^rwa, Alfti da, CaAine, Firewcrib, Harrester. FtTOTG Hj^kdkap, 6 furlongs.-Camay, Sunbeam, Carbine, cweetbriar,. MEMBERS' SL«p)i?jy?, I mile.-Pardon, Monk, Mignonette, Logic, "-tatesman, Spider, won of Eric, Glenalbyn, The Grub. For the president's i cophj the entries axe similar to those in the Members* Handicap. Fabewsm. HJlWdicap, 1 mile.-Canaiy, Sunbeam, Tharwa, Alfrieda, Carbine, Sweet briar, EireWorke, "iHarvceter.

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NORMANTON JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH). NORMANTON, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

NOBMANJQN - Jane 25 At the annual races yesterday'tlie atten dance was poor, there being from 3Q0 to 400 people there. . A.strong S.l£. wind was tolow ing thTOii^iout.t^e day. The following are Hie V ELYIKG HANDICAP, .*t* ~ * 0£ 26 eovB; 6 furlongs. Sonnie, 6st I{ftbs V.. 1 . Afghani, 7st'9lb... ' .v. 2 " rB6wierj'8Bt 2lb ... ... 3 "Hive started. ? After threefalse starts they got away badly, Bonnie being a long .way Itehind,/ Atfchehalf mile lie rah op to Iub field, and coming ihroughwon eaeisy by two lengths. Time, lmin 20 l-5th see. . v . -_??? HiCK EACE OflO s >vsj hiif-a-mile. Joker - ... ... ... "... I Scfcolboj^ ... ... ... 2 Joker led throuehout and won easily. Timo, 53sec.'. . NOKMANTOH JOCKEY CttTB HANDICAP Of 50 80V8, second horse 5 sovs fromthe . pme ; l£ mills. ... ... ... 1 V.. ... ... 2 Boiker^i2lb ..." * ... 3 Seven starters. A good start was effected, and the horees fcfgt w -U. together till passing the hblf-mile, ypfaejaOoiuife* forged ahead. Bis was. challenged...

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MELBOURNE AND CAULFIELD CUPS [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

MELBOURNE AND CAULFIELD CUPS [bi. teiobgbaph.J Mbi^bournb, Jans 27. The following weighteh»ve been .declared - MEtBOUBNE CtFP; 2 Miles. " . $lb fitlb" Sfcrathmore ... 9 8 Danfcon ... 7 4 : Malvolio ... 9^8 Scot Knee ... 7 4 D* eadnought 9 "6 Ethelberfc ... 7 4 Zi'inski - ®/4 leviathan ... 7 4 Stromfooli ... 9/ 3 XfeeOsmtam... 7 3 Sir William,.. 9 2 <3*iadotir ... 7 § Admiral ... ,9:'<i$v|p£ife4v ... 7 2 Freedom ... 9 ... 7 2 Oxide ^ 7 2 * orreze ? ... : 7 .g" La Tosea ... 8 12 f-temchaser... 7 0 Realm ... S lu Vogengatig ... 7 0 Tarcooia ... 8 IO Femleaf ... 7 o Paiis... ... 8 8 Singapore 7 0 Ports^a ... 8 J8 Sunly&l ... 7 0 Workman ... ® 7 Bundae ... 7 q Tirailleur ... 8 6 Adv<nturer .." 7 0 St. Alfeans H * 5 Btorof Erin... 6 12 G'Naroo ... 8 4 ^loja, .. £ 12 Antaeus ... 8 3 Golden .M 6 12 St. 1 laize ... 8 3. Attelaus ... g i<s Pigeontoe ... 8 2 Vanfcell 6 12 Cion *d ... 8 O . Mascara - ... R ip General ... 8 0 B^norBright 8 12 E...

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ROCKHAMPION JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH] ROCKH MPTON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

ROCEHAMP I03T JOCKEY > LUB. ilTSTRAlL. IfflEETINGk [BY TEfcE&KAOTj Bockh sepxov, June 27. The following ; : weights have been BOGSMtlfflXW HMDlCif. Realm Talkative : .. Dumb Boy .. Bech-de- Vtjer Bl e Peter .. Mariner Bncfcinghajn Quicksilver ... BOkT Betdm. ... Talkative Dumb Boy ... Beche-de -Mer - Blue Peter ... - Mariner Buckingham Accepted CoroneHa Quicksilver ... Orion 3. et lib 10 4 Orion 9 2 " 8 7 8 4 8 2 8 0 Mas... 7 12 Idle Boy 7 9 CUBTES HAKDICAF. 'fif; lb' 10 6 Zingar* 9 4 Sir Thomas... 9 2 Grloire de Di 6 9 jon 8 ; 6 Bo u quet 8 4 Ormond 8 2 8 0 7 12 7 II 7 4 Max... Idle Boy Priority" Westiauds

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

TURF GOSSIP. (BY RBBHIT LAST year the North Gregory -l urf Club (Winton) paid away £628 in prizes and -ended with 4 credit balance of £39 3s 9d. Altogether 2436 coupons were received for the^OBTB QuEENSi/iND REGISTER prize of £25 for those who could name the » barters Towers double. The list w s made up on Tuesday morning, and then 619 ti s remained .good, the other 1817, owingto scratchings, being null and void On Tuesday afternoon Lurline was scratched, and the'87 coupons starting with her are now.. out of -the ru ning, r. ducing - the - number of live coupons to 532. Of these I'oni .zetti commences 116 coupons, Biehmond 100, ;lie Broker 87, Bilston 78, Talkative -54, Goldstain 41, Bone 21, Toomba 19, Tharwa 12, and Blackl'ck 5. For-the fi et -few weeks the favor.te picks appear to have been . Forty inks, Harvester, Gildus, and St. Albans II. Forty Winks, who dropped out-easily, spoiled 86 coupons, and-Gildus, wbo had a big local following, had 104 admirers Harvester found 135 sup...

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SPORTING NEWS. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

SPORTING NEWS. RACING FIXTURES. -July 6,7.-Croidon Jockey Club. Accept ances and general entry, July 2. July 7, 8-Townsvilte Turf Club. July 14, 15-Ravens wood; acceptances, July 8. July 20, 21-Mackayj weight** July 9th 5 ^^acceptances and g neral entries July 14 July 28 - N.Q. Tattersall's Club ^nomination all handicap s June 25; weights July 16 ; acceptances and nominations for Hack (<^e July 23. -July 28, 29-Burketown. July 28-Bovren. August 9, 10-Wild Biver Jockey Club, (Herberton) ; nominations for handicaps (4), June 25; weights, July 12; ac ceptances and general en' ry, A.ueust 2. August 23, 24-Cooktown T C.

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

TASMANIA. . . ' IiAFHCESTON. Jiine 20. I 2s is'stated that a patient in the New Horfoik Lunatic Asylum has given birth to a child, and there is much popular indigna tion. _ LAiarcBSTOS, Jane 23. At a meeting of Civil Servants, held at ; Hobarfc last night, the Auditor-General ple ading, they unanimously adopfceda proposal for the establisnment of a Civil Servants' superannuation fund, the Grovernmeufc to frame a scheme in accordance with rate and scales adopted. -. . ..:! -&? crowded public meeting yesterday affirmed the nf tha corporation out the

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TOWNSVILLE TU[?]F CLUB. AN CALL MEETING. The following weights have been declared: FLYING HANDICAP; 6 [?]ongs. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

?AS E-M. yrgan ^efci^irl ^K^Tppley JQdttleBerfcie:. fciarb' (Hire ' |b ,ip r '8 IS 8 8 liejjlijn Argrle Sieholb 8 8 8 8 8 JB Vanity Fair Le Erii t es-tafc-^r . ^'-ifcfire JjEOWK6F0?S TPBFGHJB BWDICAP: Sarroster j&oMzetti .;; <£hMne iBaifcative'' ... Luiiine jSt... Aibana-II 10 1 8 2 0 m 10 The Broker Goldefcain ". "Haisboli Eoue... ' ... jfjito..? Blackloek Toomba - !v» -19 9 m. ^ B^onito; # -2 'Mark -Tapley V8 0 - :? l^aiDEirMATE ; .Jioinzehi1! ,19 13 Suribfeaih. ^Ir i -liver "9 ". Talkative .. ? r" -9 5 Phoenix ? ? -. Sihserspray ... 8 12 t'!& l?id Traitor,.8 5 Vanity Hair ?ctGM * -8 5 litfcleBerfier. 8 5 Salvador Marble : 8 U -^De&taiter Mw i - 8" ©' Boebuek Itfer.iii ' 7.13 Ifet 'ady jEihon ..; 7 7 SpTtHra Befiised WWIT TWITE; H 'Mile. Barretter -3 Traitor - .. 8 »*? v. 7 ... 7 ... 7 ... 6 13 ... 6 9 6 7 if -'ile. .. 8 0 7 12 7 12 7 $ 'fr. o 8 12 6 "*7 9 10 9'2 9^ 9 2 8 12 8 4 .*.?§* B 2 S 2 1A3JIES BliACKI-ET - 1 mile. Decorum > 3"&...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 20. Tlie total number of unemployed regi stered tow exceeds 4500. Melboujjne. 5irne 21. Instructions were issued by the Premier to-day to the permanent heads of the depart ments, to make wuea preparing their draft estimates for the ensuing., financial year, a reduction of 2| per cent on all salaries from £150 to £300 a year, 5 per cent on salaries from £300 to£709, and 7k per cent from salaries above the latier amount. An order in Council was passed to-day disbanding the second batallions of 1 and 2 Regiments, and. directing the cessation of effective allowances from to-day. teix commissioned officers will be die ensed with and officers of higher rank will be placed on the reserve list. The Victoria cavairy corps at Bendigo will also be disbanded from the 3lBt instant. Mjeibousne, Jane 22. For fear the stock tax should interfere with meat expo it, regulations have been drafted for the removal of all obstacles to the transmission through Victoria of car cass...

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NORTH QUEENSLAND TATTERSALL'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

NOB rEE QUEENSLAND TATTER SALL'S GLUB. The following entries hate Keen received for Tatfcersalls meeting on July 28: F1.YIKG HANDICAP ; 6 furlongs. -Argyle, Nicholls, Velocity, G-aiety, Zema, Mark Tapley, Olive. Pet Girl, Blacklock, Silver spray, First Lady, Hefused, Decorum, Traitor, Old Sid. SHOETS HANDICAP; 5 furlongs. -Argvie, Ki*holls, Gaiety, Zema, Mark Tapley, Olive, Sil^erspray, Fir&t Lady, Refused, Decorum, Traitor, Old Sid. TATTERS ALL'S HANDICAP; \\ mile.-Doni zetti, Little Bertie, Harvester, SirOliver, The Broker, Velocity, Olive, Saladin, Sefton, Pet Girl, Blacklock, Lurline, Decorum. BOOKMAKERS' PURSE, 1 mile.-Donizetti, Little Bertie, Harvester, Sir Oliver, The Broker, Velocity, .Mark Tapley, Sefton, Blacklock, Lurline, Silvers pray, Decor am, Olive, Saladin WIND-UP HANDICAP, 7 furlongs.-Little Bertie, The Broker, Velocity, Starlight II., Mark Tapley. Olive, Saladin, Sefton, Black lock, First Lady, Decorum.

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

Jack Riley Third on the list of winning jockeys stands Jack Riley, with 39 rides for 11 wins, one of   the most popular riders in the North, and a most able horseman. He came to the North some five years ago, at which time he was a light-weight, but he grew apace, and it is a matter for regret that increaeing weight has necessitated his declining many good mounts which would otherwise have fallen to his share.     AN English paper informs its readers that the Central Queensland Separation agita-   tion is being conducted by the miners of Charters Towers with the view to securing Polynesian slaves to work in the Mount Morgan mines." AT the Police Court on Monday before Mr C. A. M. Morris P.M., William B. Gibbs was charged with drunkenness, disturbance, and makng use of obscene language, in Mos- man-street last Saturday afternoon. Gibbs was acquitted for drunkenness and creating a disturbance, but for the obscene language was fined £...

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FRIDAY, JUNE 24. MATRIMONIAL CAUSES JURISDICTION. SOMERS v. SOMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

FRIDAY, JUNE 24. MATRIMONIAL CAUSES JURIS-         DICTION. SOMERS v. SOMERS. THIS was a petition by the wife for dis- solution of marriage on the ground of adul- tery and desertion. Mr. Jamieson (instructed by Mr. B. J. Forrest), appeared for petitioner. There was   no appearance for respondent. Mr. Jamieson read the petition, which set forth that the petitioner, Mary Somers, was married to the respondent Alfred Somers in July, 1888, at Townsville. There has been no issue of the marriage. On the 15th March 1889, respondent had committed adultery with one Ethel Hood, a prostitute at Townsville, and in April, 1889, respondent deserted her, and had not contributed to her support since. Mr. Jamieson tendered an affidavit, filed on the 13th January, 1892, setting forth the facts of the desertion, and read an affidavit filed on the 10th February, 1892, containing a great many letters which had passed between petitioner and ...

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

Dancing. The Rev. G. W. PAYNE, Wesleyan minister, of Townsville, has com-   menced a crusade against dancing, and with an utter absence of that modesty which befits a Christian, says: " It is part of my life-work to make war upon the follies and vices of to-day." A perusal of his sermon, in the Towns- ville Bulletin leads to the irresistible conclusion that he should commence war on himself in order to inculcate charity, truthfulness, and refinement when dealing with social questions. We say unhesitatingly that there are sentences in Mr PAYNE'S discourse as suggestive as anything ever written   by ZOLA, with the unpleasant addition of extreme vulgarity. The text was, "Let them praise his name in the   dance," and the preacher explained the rather contradictory text by stat- ing that the dancing advised was "a custom prevailing among Eastern people of swaying and moving in a rhythmical motion to the accompani- ment of music, whilst singing hymns...

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