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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

Local anfl GeneraI lews.   A private wire was shown us on Tuesday to the effect that Sub-inspector Meldrum was to be transferred to Maryborough, probably as Inspector, and that Sub-inspector Durham was coming here. AT the Police Court, Wednesday, before Mr C. A. M. Morris, P.M, Inspector of Nuisances vCharles Haxnmon for keeping an unregis tered dog. Mr Jarvis appeared for the prosecution. Defendant was fined Is and £2 5s 6d. Mary Young v Sam Young for sureties of the peace, Mr Jarvis appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Milford for defend ant. The case was dismissed, with profes sional costs £2 2s. The members of the St. Patrick's Literary conversational discussion, decided to ftold weekly reunions on Sunday afternoons in future, in the reading-room. The hours for meetings were fixed at from 3 to 5 p.m., «nJ the firct reunion will be held on next Sunday afternoon, when a large attendance of members and visitors is expected. The meet ings will be devoted to discussions on...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. (BY TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

(BY TELEGRAPH)       (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.)   TOWNSVILLE, June 21.     The leper from Charters Towers, who arrived last evening, was put on board the Albatross directly. The vessel left early this morning for Friday Island, calling at Cairns en route. A man named Latchford was to-day fined   20s with costs, amounting to £1 15s 6d, for illegally employing a kanaka.   The machinery for the meat works was started on Sunday, but there has been no killing yet. The sitting of the Full Court to-day lapsed, owing to the absence of Mr. Justice   Chubb.   TOWNSVILLE, June 22. The new gaol at Stewart's Creek will be finished in about a month's time. The con- tractor is now putting in the iron gratings to the windows. It is stated that the Meat Works will com- mence operations on Monday at the latest, probably before then. CAIRNS, June 21. Fitzgerald, charged with...

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A Gentle Reminder. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 29 June 1892

A Gentle Reminder.   Customer (who has waited, two minutes for the froth to subside) ; That beerhtwjn't settled yet!' ^ Barmaid; * Nor have you. (Whereupon^ customer hands over sixpence }

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

of ike Bow -S T E E E T, Charters Towers. .. W. L. w Skarebrokers, Miaing Secretaries, and Insurancsa^ents: .' CHARTERS TOWERS/ Agents for the :- ; Guardian Assurance Co., Corresp indents in England, and all the Colonies. W" Hi. Davies, , (Member Charters Stock Exchange). ^SSSSpilt'

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Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

L%te§£ Quotations. CHiBTERS TOWERS STOCK: EXGSANCrE. EVENING CALL The following were the qiotitions at the Charters Towers Stock Exchange last | night:-Alabama, contributing, b l|d, s 13d ; Brilliant and St. G-eorge United, contributing, b lis Id, s lls6d; paid-up, a 12s 9d; Brilliant Extended, contributing, b Is 2§d, « le 4d; Brilliant Extended Block, contributing, s 5d, paid up, b Is, s 2s 3d; Brilliant Freehold, paid-up, b 5a, s 8s 9d; Clark's Brilliant Worcester end Victory, i» 4s 9d, e 4s 1<M; Craven's Caledonia, b 4s 3d, e5s3d - Day Dawn No. 3 West, b Is IJd, s 1b 5d; Bay DavrnJ No, 4A West, b Is 2|d, 8 Is 3£d . Hidden Treasure No. 1 South, b 5d, 6 9d; Identity, contributing, b 2s 9d, 8 2s lOd, paid-up, b 2s 101; Ketty'a Queen Block, b 6s 8d, s 6s 9|d ? Lady Maria, b Is 6d; Millican'e Caledonia, b ls~ 7d, s Is lOd j Miller United, b 26s 101, s 28s; Mai dim Silver Mines, contributing, b 2e lOd; New Moonstone, s8i; New Hidden Treasure, b 5s 4|d, s 5s 61; New (Jraee Da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

. ... .^ 7 Wh. V . . "r..?-.- . V? .. -- .???: . ^ ^ . ..; /... , *.-.. ** ^ :' ... . ? . . ? ? ? nn tt g . ? ? . .>. ENSLAND R r CHARTERS TOWERS. ASSAYERS. J. R. Bradshaw, Bow-street, Coane & Clarke, Buckland's Build ings, Mosman-street-. ! AUCTIONEERS. Robert Russell, Mosman-street. R. W. Kendrick, & Co, Bow-street. Mears & Co, City Auction Mart, Gill-street. A. M. JSewman^ Grill-street. ARCHITECTS. . "f^jT. Gr. Smith & Sons, Bow-street. E. W. Kendrick & Co, Bow-street. AERATED WATER MANUFACTURERS. J. Romberg & Co. Ice Works, King street. The Non-alcoholic Beverage Com pany. BAKERS &C. C. M'Donald, Grill-street. T- W. Cowin, Mos man-street. BUILDERS &C. B. Toll, Phoenix Steam Joinery Works Mary and Ann Streets: Towers lasses ^ - Bazaar. Gill-street. Wyatt & Gates, Gill-street. Impor ters of Vesuvian Refrigerating Paints. O'Meara Bros, Gill-street. J. Crab & Co, Gili-street. BREWERS. Ilie Towers Brew...

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"THE NORTH QUEENSLAND REGISTER"SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Name^of Company. Alabama, No Liability (pudup) Ditto {cos Band of Hope ... Brilliant &St. George 1M Gr.M., Co. lid- fo.u.) Ditto : Brilliant M. Co., Ltd. (paid up) Sijlliaat Block I >/ VDi^^Ifg brilliant , Ltd-, {paid up) contributing ... Co ,N.L. (raidtip)... (contributing)... [Brilliant Extended Block 0.1L Co., N.L. (con) « » (paid up) -Brilliant Central Gr.M. Co., Ltd. Brilliant Freeholds G.M Co., Ltd. (pd up) ... Ditto (bout.) ... Bonnie Dundee jG.M. Co., Ltd. Clark's Biillianfc and Worcester and Victory Gr.M, Co., N.L. ... ... ... ... .Curre ncy Lass G-.M. Co, 3f,L (paid up) ditto ditto (contrib) boomerang and Hidden Treasure G-M Co, Ltd Brilliant, St. Patrick & Queen GrM Co, Id fp.u) ditto ditto (con) ?Caledonia P.C Tribute, No Liability ... Caledonia Consolidated GrM Co, Ltd .Craven's Caledonia G M Co, N.L Charters Towers Pyrites Co, Ltd Charters Towers Gas Co, Ltd ... Dan O'Connell G- II Co, Ltd Day Dawn No. 3 West G-M Co,Ltd ... Day JJawn No. 4a. Wed: G- ...

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THE VICTORIAN LOAN. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE VICTORIAN LOAN, IiOHBON. Jane 29. Tenders for tike Victorian 3| cent loan of £2,000,000, the minimum of which was fixed at £92 have been opened, and somewhat to the surprise of financiers the total amount tendered was £2,477,000. Tenderers at the minimum price will receive about 30 per cent of the amount applied for, ten derers above the minimum price being allotted in f nlL The total nnmber of tenders received was 290. One broker tendered for £200,000 worth at Is above the miniimnn price; another for £115,000 at a premium of 2s, and the associated banks tendered £750,000 at the minimum price. Londoh, Jnn&j Sir Graham Berry admits tanks' tenders saved the that the situation was fluenced by them. It is belu banks and most companies holding old stock tendei^ oVer the average. It is understood#,h a Lon don and Westminster -tmnk agreed to tender for £250,0&O if necessary, and tfaere is a rumor the banks only agreed to subscribe on condition that ihey were released fr...

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A HEAVY LOSS. LONDON, Jane 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

A HEAVY LOSS. liONBosr, Jane 28. Latest advices received concerning the rebellion in Southern. Afghanistan show that in the fight with the Naimtma tribe, the Ameer's forces lost 1500 men. AM "ATTACHE" IN TROUBLE. LONDON, Jaue 28, It is alleged that Captain Borap, the attache to the American Legation in Paris, who has been recalled, sold to Germany military documents of an important character.

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A BIG LOAN. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

A BIG LOAN. liONDON, June 29. The Russian Government are tak ing steps to float a loan in France of £10,000,000. The Kothsehilds have refused their assistance.

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A WASHING TO ALL LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

A WASHING TQ AM*. IJONDON, J une 29. The Victorian loan has not bees subscribed, iand Victorian 3| per cents have fallen a \ per cent. The Stan dard states this indicates qnifce plainly that the new iesne cannot besold and a most ealnt^ry lesson will thus be administered to the most extravagant colony in Australasia. It will now be for Victoria to #hotv how herresoimjes can stand the strain of adversity.

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POLITICAL ITEMS. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

POLITICAL ITEMS. LONDON, JUNE 29, 1 Irish bank stocks continue to fall, in consequence of tba political situa tion. Parliament has been prorogued, and dissolvesto-night. Mr. Gladstone is nearly well, and a meeting of unionists at Birmingb am, Mr, 3. Chamberlain presiding, sent

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cable Intelligence. MR DIBBS. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

IiONDON, June 27. ] Mr.Dibbs, ina letter to tiie Times published this mornings defends New Sooth Wales from the recent asper cast upon the colonies. He says, in spite of the depreciation of certain persons and financial depres sion, the colonies have paid British investors rem^R*kably well, and given excellent security for tbe loans that have been raised. The advancement of the colonies daring the last twenty years has been substantial, and solid progress is discernable, while no public man of any eminence in the Australian colonies has yet been proved to be guilty of corruption. With reference to the alleged con fusion in regard to public accounts, he says this has never been the fault of the financial administration of the colony, and the present system of ac counts is the least open to objection. Mr. Dibbs contends the object of the construction of the railways is not so much to get a return of interest on cost as to settle the people on the soil, and to open up the land of the c...

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A TRANSVAAL LOAN. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

A TRANSVAAL LOAN. LONDON, JUNE 29, 1 The KothseMld's float a Transvaal loan of £3,000,000. WOOL SALES, LONDON, Jane 29. There are laxge selections of in* ferior wools, and prices are now fully 5 per cent, below opening rates. Heme buyers axe depressed.

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MADAME MELBA. LONDON, Jane 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

TfrAtlAMK MELBA. LONDON, Jane 27. Mr. 0arner lias concluded an en gagement with Madaoie Melba for twelve performances in Melbourne a^iSydnej. She will sail for Aus traMk by the Mas si li a, leaving London on the 5th August, and will open in Melbourne on the 24th September, and will be supported by the members of Williamson's Opera. Company. She will leave Sydney at the conclusion of her Australian, engagement on 31st October, and proceed, thence to the United States, opening in New York in December. -. L&tbb. It has transpired that the agree ment between Madame Mel^a, the operatic prima dona, and Mr Garner, has not been finally settled, and that her visit to the colonies is due largely to private business. A New York manager has offered Madame Melba ^620,000 for 50 performances in America daring the spring, f

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LATEST POLITICS. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

LAXESr POLITICS. LONDON, June 29. 1 | Leading Nonconformist Ministers ; in England, replying to the manifesto of the Ulster Ministers, think they take an exaggerated, if not absolutely groundless view, in believing Home Bnle to be dangerous. Mr Balfour, speaking at Manchester, said a universal eight hours would propably destroy the industries of England. He was strongly inclined to ameliorate the condition of the workers in eveiy way short of sock cast-iron legislation. Parliament is dissolved. The poll ing in the ^orongbs will be from July 4th to July 6th, and in the counties from the 7th. to the 18th, The writs are returnable on August 4th.

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THE GIRL POISONER. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE GTRL POISONER. LONDON, Jnne 27. It has transpired that the real iiame of Heili, charged with girl poisoning, is Cream, and that he was formerly a medical student in Canada, Sniiere he underwent several terms oi imprisonment.

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NOT A FAILURE. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

NOT A FAILURE. LONDON, June 29. ] It is declared officially that it is quite untrue the Brennan torpedo failed.

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ANOTHER MANIFESTO. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

ANOTHER MANIFESTO. LONDON, June 27. I Lord Randolph Churchill has issued ' a manifesto stating that it would be : madness to attempt to make one aaationof two classes of the Irish are more bitterly opposed _ to each oilier than France and G?®niany.

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WILL THEY BEHEAD HIM. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

WILL THEY BEHEAD HIM. LONDON, Jane 29. The North German Gazette warns Prioce Bismarck that he is not invul nerable, and the Press of North Ger many almost unitedly warn him that his policy is unpatriotic, his agitation is imperilling foreign relations; creat ing distrust at home, mid mnst end.

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