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COLONIAL STOCKS. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

> COLONIAL STOCKS. LONDON, Jone28. half per cent. The Financial News, " -"*>-». optimism in Mr Dibbs' the stupendous contention that] isabletomeet her

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BIG BAD DEBT. London, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

A BIG BAD DEBT. London, June 29. The Hongkong and Shanghai Bank have positively written off £400,000.

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Unfair Odds. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

' Unfair Odds. Dora : " Shocking o e-sided affair t'us racing is, Fre>1." Fred : *. "Tow's that, de r?" " Why, I just beard those bookmakers sh- uting 4 3' to 1 .against tbe Little 'Un Bather unfair, isn't it ? "

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Pharmaceutical Item. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Pharmaceutical Item. ' Have you the " Fatal Mistake ?' asked girl as she stepped into a bookstore. ' No Miss,' replied the clerk' you will get it at the chemist's shop. ' The chrmist's shop' said the maiden in astonishment. ' Yes that is where they give you morph ine for quinine

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

AUGUST FLOWER." For two years I suffered terribly with stomach trouble, and was for all that time under treatment by a physi eian. He finally, after trying every thing, said stomach was about worn out, and that I would have to cease eating solid food for a time at least, I was so weak that I could not work. Finally on the recommendation of a friend who had used your preparations with beneficial results, wora~oiit' ^ procured a bottle of August Flower, and Stomach. commenced using it. It seemed to do me good at once. I gained in strength and flesh rapidly; my appetite be came good, and £ suffered no effects from what I ate. I feel now like a new man, and consider that August Flower has entirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its worst form. JAMES E. DfiDEBiCK,Saugerties, Mew York. W. B. Uteey, St. George's, S. C., writes: I have used your August Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an excellent remedy.

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A Doubtful Case. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

A Doubtful Case. He-Did ' leave my umbrella at your house last night. She-You left an umbrella, but I don,fc know whe herit is yours or not.

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

Suesestive. " Miss Flo: " And, Ethel, dear, what is the baby's name ?" M 8 Newmother; 'I've named him Alg rnon Oordlon Vivian.' i Miss Flo: ' But I always thought the father named the boy ?' Mrs Newmother: ' If you had I eard what his father called him at four o'clock this morning vou wouldn't wonder I took matters in my own hands."

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

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

CORNER OF GILL AND C ' X"' www* PlKST CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR 1 w. VERY BEST T*H m I E T O 3B J A \* ' m&mm §fm®if8 ? ONLYT&E t ^\"T. T ; -v , rT '*T1£ -^fA # .f - OP WINES a h.-ayt.-V ?"? ITERST-CI.MS ACCOMMOBASIOK. ????"'?"?????? " ? . . ;? r.\ ??? " -? TOWNSVILLE, Opposite Alfred Shaw & Co., and Apliu Brown & wmmd* *5?S*"' N .m&iM - - -1-1 . .* v*.. Importer of Oorksaiid Materials requiredtjy Crated WaterMafers and Confectioners, Importer of Electric .Batteries Water. . - . * . Restorers. S:|d SPECIAL QUOTATIONS G1V££ FOE ? AN© HOSPITALS SUPPLIED AT SCHEDULE PRICES. - CATALOGUES WITH PRICE SENT ON APPLICATION BRANCH I^STABMSnMENT at WEST END, next lb. James Robertson, Grocer. V. c. WHOLiESAXiE & RETAIL HILL, STREET ^PjfeLeBale Orders Supplied at Brisbane Prices. Laigeand Cool Eooms for Iced Drinks Light ^WdinrHy, Fresh Pies Coffee Tk% r-T ?-V'. V;-, :? v-;:r-:~"v- > ?*V-'???".-r.? '--".-.-v..".-,?-.: ??; :;-4r "???'.?§£ . .. .-V....

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A Straight Tip. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

A Straiffht Tip. Sister Maud;-1 Harry was telling me that you bay all your mother-in-law's port wine at the chemists. What on earth for ?' Brother Charlie: Well, no one else in the house drinks port, and not long ago the bounder who makes up my prescriptions sent me a bottle of laudanum by mistake for medicine. When providence offers you a straight tip like that it's always worth backing, my dear.'

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How It Hurt Him. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

How It Hurt Him. Member of parliament (indignantly)-The report going about that I am one of the best loo players in the country is doing me a great deal of harm. Wife (soothingly)-1 don't see why it should, my dear. People pay veiy little attention to what they read in the papers. How does it harm you F . enator-I can't get anybody to play with me!

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Current notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

[by jiJVEirxs}. A CONTBMPOBAEY has the following! Three men attended the bedside of a dying financier, who had, ever since his last illness, tdawi to good works. Two were YankeeBand y iJie third a Scotchman, and all p*omisedto place the bujh of £100 in the dying mwi a coffin if he would say a good word for them up aloft. He duly died. The two first men, 1me to their promise, eaeh laid in a hundred pound bank-note. TheScotsehman, also true to bis promise, slipped in a cheque to " order" for £300, and took the two Mildred as change. # * * * Okly a few months ago, eaya a "Local labby9 Cooktown Independent, a mining friend of m'nfi found out that it was not good for man to be alone, even on the Borneo tin- , Ijftldj and he came down to have a peep at a j few of his immigrant countrywomen. He j was struck with a pretty, simple, innocent j and demure looking colleen from Kerry, trotted her out, cut out the mate of a steame', poppei and was accepted, all within a month. Within another m mf...

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MONDAY JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

MONDAY JULY 4. - Wilkie and party, tributors, in the Xden " tity hare crashed 55 tons for i73oz 9Jwt of gold. Daring Jane 1030 tons of stone were ^crashed at the Burdekin Mill for Mills' United, which yielded 1112jz of gold. The Day Dawn Slock and Wyndham has had a good month. Thirly-five head of stamps were kept going, and 162J tons of stone were crushed for 1934az 7dwt. The recent rise in Queen Central is dan to st gold bearing reef coming in the underlie shaft at about 280ft from the straight. The zeef which is not right across the shaft is about 16in thick, and a bit bunchy. The share market is very quiet, the only stocks showing any activity being Queen Centrals and Ne. 7 North-ea-t Queens. The latter hare taken a 2s 6d rise on the strength of the recent capital crushing?. No 7 N.E. Queen, is making the pace very .warm just now, and dividends are droppiu in with startling frequency. This is priiie - pally owing to the improvement in th.3 quality of the stone, which.within the l...

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SATURDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

SATUBDAY, Jrax 2. ' The shaft at tlie South-east Brilliant is now down 394ft. The shaft at the New Moonstone is now down 210ft. 'I he shaft at the Iiord Stanley Block is now down 119 feet. At the ISio I East Sunburst 36 tons of stone have been raised for the fortnight. The tributors at the Grace Darling have crashed 45 tons of stone for 38oz gold. During the fortnight 38 tons of stone were raised at the Papuan Block, making 365 t-»ns in the paddock. The reef varies from 2in to & foot m thickness. At the Pan OVonnell the company is stop|ng on a reef about a foot big. Bodney and party, tributors in the mine, have crushed 41| tons of stone for 163oz 3dwt gold. The share market still remains very flit. Brilliant Blocks, owing to the call and the last unsatisfactory crushing, have come down -with a run, and are quoted at b 9s. Q.aeen Centrals are holding late improved rates, and No. 7 Queen- seem to be too good to be dragged down by. the depres-ed market. An important discovery h...

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Finney Isles & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Fiuney Esles A Co. THAT - Id and well known firm of Finney, Isles & Co, B';sbme, draw special attention, in the announcement; on another page, to the special facilities given by the parcel post tysfcem, whceby pirceta up 10 II lbs weight ; can be forwarded o any p int reached by boat or rail, or both, at. a very easy rate, la their price lists will be found a number of examples of the postage rate on q each rticle, and no do bt this facility 1 will meiin a farther extension of their aire dy* immense business. They i^e in receipt erf regular direct shipments of every descriptio i of m'Hitiery. drapeiy, Manchesrer goods, ''lotiing & - &c. in addition to which the r furnixre department is largely stocked with all kinds o furniture, bedsteads <&c, and they are in a positioi t > furnish Hotels or . private houses throughout.

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THURSDAY, JUNE 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

iffc 166 tons of y _ jstoue havebeen enrehed, and a rough clean -- up therefrom gaXb 593oz. Crushing has been __ - started with 10 head of stamps on stone {Bnlliantreef) and fr ~vSr"~ fhead are going on stone from Jfo7 1 shaft . . Owing to the boundary with the Brilliant tisen determined, sloping cannot l>e gone on with there, and the stone at So. 2 v iehaft is being obtained from the four levels tiwo on e»eh side of the shaft-which have been started. ggipS?

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HE LOST HER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

EE L >ST HE l. He hid asked her to marre him, *nd was waiting i n patiently for her answer. " Will you ex:pe t ine t» keep house ?" she finally asked. " No, indeed, ray lore; the servant® will attend t) ail that." *' You won't ask me to make the brea4, or brail beef-<ie b ?" " Certainly not, my angel j hT* will hare a cook." " And I mil not be compeUed to pound the wash-hoard " Sow can you ask such a question P No, no, no " " Then £ cannot marry vou. I h ire I een b'O iffht u i to do all those things, and I c >ul J not be happy in a life of idleness." * Whe t he realised wlnfc a treasure he had l'st he went sadly to his luxurious ho n% aid vo *ed to remain a bachelor for e«?er. He : ' Mattie, if I onl ? dared to kiss you!' She: Harry, whatever you are don't be a. coward ?' Boibdeb : ' It Looks now as if the weather . had settled.' Landlady: * Yes : it has set a very good example.' GOOD OLD Lady (to tramp at the door): ' Are you a pious man ?' Tramp: I think so mum, ...

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Local Mining News. WEDNESDAY, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

liOcal Milling JHevreL WEDNESDAY. Jirais 29. The ilrare market was quiet again yester day. The half-yearly meeting of tha Day Dawn Freehold Extended was held la E. D. Miles and Co.'s office last night, Mr D. Rollston In the chair. The reports and balance-sheet were received and adopted. Messre J. MUlican, D, Ko 'Iston, A. Bowry, S". Pfeiffer, and John Bixon woe. elected direc tors, and Messrs C. Bowry, and R. Williams auditors for the ensuing halt-year, In connection with the recent Ml in the marketvalue of Day Pawn P.O. shares, the secretary in Iiondon has written as follows to a shareholder:-" Jn reply fc > -5 onr letter of the 11th inst., 1 beg to inform you that oar manager advises th.it the output from the old. workings cannot be merased, but when our 2To 3 shafts, which in going down rapidly, bottoms, it iB anticipated that the zetaxjoe will again be np to the usual average. At their present price of 5s 6dto~6i the nlmiiy appear a good speculative purchase." , -

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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE,July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

BRISBANE STOGK EXLCifANG-E. (BIT TEIFIGRAMC.) , v-I J BRISBANE, JTUIF 4. =»?«*--' - i The Exchange quo'ations twlay Hidden Treasure, b 5s, s 5s 7d: JSew ^rraee Darling, b Is, s 2b ; No. 2 South-eastrBay Dawn, b 9d, s Is; Kelly's Queen Block, b 6b 3d, s 6s 101; Ko. 6 Queen, b 4s 7d, e 5s ; Victorians 19i fid; MuldivB paid-up, b 4« 3d, e 5s, contributing, b 2sl0|d. s 3s 31.

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CROYDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) CROYDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

CBOYDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELSGBAPH.) CHOTDOK. JUIF 4U The quotations to-day were:-Caledom%*ss&% b 3s; Gulden Gate Block, b 3s 7d, s 43 Id, paid-up b 61, e 8« ; Gtilden Gate 2Jo 1 Worth Block, b is 3d, e Is 6d; No 2 « North, 8 5s ; Iguana Hill P.O., b le 6d; Iguana Extended, b 2 lse 31d; Iguana Amal funated, b Is 4d, s Is 9Jd, paid-up, s 3s 6 J ; ortlx Star, b 3|d, s 4§d; Lady Mary, s la L 8d; Isabelle, K03.2 and 3 South, b Is, e 2s 6d; Isabelle Block, b 8J, e lOd; No. 3 Golden Gate, b 10J, s la 2d; True Slue, Jb. 4b 9d. The sales were:-Nancy Lee Ex tended, 250 at 4d, 259 jat 4|d, 500 at 4|d; True Blue, 3 and 4, 500 at 9J, 100 at 10d. -

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