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Art and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891
Aw absorbing subject-A piece of blot ting paper. A jack-pot is a vessel often used, for roast ing greens. WHES a woman is as good as pie she will not make tart answers. WE bate to see girls throw kisses-the average girl is such a bad shot. SPIDERS are affectionate little creatures. The females eat up their lovers. ME WIGGINS-" Do jou play tliat fiddle by ear, Mose ?" " No, sail; by hand." WEES a girl is hogged by an inebriated individual she gets a tight squeeze. MrssTKESS-u Have you any references ?" Ifew girl-"? 2s o, muxn. Have .you r"' EVERY father tliinks there's no baby like his baby, and all the other fathers are glad of it. CHURCH union is the easiest thing imagin able -if everybody will only unite upon our church. PRESENCE of Mind-" Lend me fifteen dollars, will you?" " Certainly-how much did you say ?" " Fifty dollars." " EXIMELIKE, can you keep a secret ?" he whispered hoarsely. " I dont know. I never tried to. What is it ?" A young man who married a "butterfly of fashion...
Mining for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891
Milling* for the Week. -T ?? . (BY OUB MIXING BEEOEISB.) K&xxebs mining for the past week hare been bright, both in the actual proceeds from -the mines and in the share market. The Victoria GkM. Co. cleaned ap its first crush ing for 1891, and the result has only further proved the richness of the reef. Hie exact numbers were 417^ tons giving 2085ozs ldwt 12grs, or a fraction less than -5ozs to the ton average. Before the Victoria in. its gross return, but far below it in the average per ton, comes tiie Brilliant, which yesterday had its three weeks gold return smelted, showing a yield of 258lozs from 1540 tons of stone. It is expected the usual 2s dividend will be payable to-day. When the No. 2 erosscut turns out the share it is able to of payable stone, the usual' 28 div. " will most likely be increased to a " usual 3s." The No. 4i West Day Dawn has continued to look well, and witli a consequent result shares are firm and difficult to procure, there being very few scrip he...
The Labor Dispute. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ROCKHAMPTON, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891
The Labor Dispute. (&X EtECXBrC TEtEGHJUPflT.) [kbom OTTR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BOCEHA wptoit, March 31. Henry Burley and Jauies Mur ay, wlio were sentenced to one month's imprisonment each for asuealting Sergeant Billon at Cler mont, and who were also committed for trial to the Supreme Court for conspiracy, arrived by the maU train last evening. Geo. Zrelaan, who was sentenced to two month's imprisonment for pointing a loaded revolver at a lad at Clermont, was a passenger by the same train. The Moreton Mounted Infantry Regiment, Wide Bay Mounted Infantry, Wide Bay and BundRfoerg Regiment, alse the Volunteer Rifles, the Brisbane field battery, and the Queensland Scottish Volunteers, numbering lf> officers atuigl3 mm left by special train last night Cor Barcaldine, under the com mand of Colonel French. Cujhmont, March 31. Be-inforcemente arrived this evening, ar tillery came by special, no one was aware of ft, and the railway station was without a -i-owd. Thirty men of the W...
AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. THIRD DAY-APRIL 2ND. CARBINE AND MARVEL MATCHED TWICE. MARVEL BEATS CARBINE. CARBINE REGAINS HIS LAURELS. SYDNEY, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891
AUSTRALIAN JOCKJEF 0LUB AfJTCTOT MEETOfa. THIBD DAT-AFHIL 2NB. CARBINE AND MARVEL MATCHED TWICE. MARVEL BEAT3 CARBINE. CARBINE REGAINS HIS LAURELS. SRDKEY, April 2. The third day's racing of the A.J.C. Aiifainm Meeting took place to-day. The weather was showery, but the attendance was good. Following are the results : THE Two-TEAB-OLD PLATE, of 200 sovs. For two-year-olds. Colts, 9st, fillies, Sst 121b. Winner to be sold for £150. fib allowed for every reduction of £25 down to £25. Five furlongs.-The Markee, £25, 1; Ber niee, £25, 2; Lady Mildred, £25,3. Other starters: Sea Kuig, £75, Teuiplefcon, £/5, BlueJacket, £25, Emin Pasha, £25, Wind sor, £25, Little Daisy, £25, Ambrose, £25, Tambaroora, £25, Starch, £25. Betting: 5 to 2 Starch, 4 to 1 The Markee, 6 to 1 lady Mildred, 10 to 1 others From a fair start Tambaroora was the first to show out, fol lowed by Starch and The Markee. The same order was kept round to the bend, but The Markee was the first into the straight. From this out...
ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891
ATHLETICS. OK Thursday afternoon the first rounds of the Amateur Handicap and the Grand Ha ndicap were disposed of at the Athletic Reserve. Messrs. J. Ogg and George Leyshon performed the duties of judges, Mr. Hutfcon acted as referee, Mr. Shaw timed the different events. Mr. E. Hawkins had charge of tlie track, and Mr. E. Ander son fired the gun. These gentlemen per formed their tasks very satisfactorily, and BO far as the management was concerned everything passed off very nicely. The attendance was not up to the mark, and the runners did not perform ss creditably as they should. Two very palpable stiffs came under the notice of the promoters, and I expect to hear of one or two clever young men being disqualified. The following are the re sults of the heats:-Amateur Handicap. First Heat: T. Jones, I; P. Hunter, 2. Time, 12 3-5th sec. Second Heat: J. Healy, 1; W. Grusthardt, 2,13|secs. Third Heat: & Roberts, 1; Bairstow, 2 ; 13 3-10th sees. Fourth Heat: Morrison, 1; H. Bolt...
The Annual Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891
lite Aimiisil JCtieensiug Court* THE annual meeting of the licensing Au thority was held at the Court Souse on Thurs day, tiie members present being Messrs T. BuckUnd, chairman, E. D. Miles, E. H. T. Plant, and B. Kirkbride, J.J.P. Hie following town renewals were granted without any objections being raised:-G, Ballard, fet. George Hotel, Gill-street; S. BickelL, Prince of Wales Hotel, Mosman street; J. M. Brooks, t»nterpriseHotel, Gill street ; W. Burgess, Excelsior Hotel, Gill street ; John Byrne, Daylesford Hotel, Mos man-street; Bridget Byrne, Miners'" Hotelr Gill-street ; Susan Clancy, Park Hotel, Mosman-street ; John Clark, Crown Hotel, Mosman-street; John Comerford, Sunburst Hotel, Gill-street ; E. Col lins, Exchange Hotel, Mosman-etreet; J. Curnow, Sportsman's Arms Hotel, Mos man-street j G. G. Dan, Queen's Hotel, GUI-street; F. W. Dittman, Sovereign Hotel, Gill-street; M. Donaldson, Rose, Shamrock and Thistly Hotel, Millchester ; W.Duugavel, One and All fiotel, Millchester;...