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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

DETABTPBS8. February 23.-Star of Hope, s, Captain i Steward, for Barratta Greek. 1 February 23.-Tom Fisher, sell., Captain j Heury for Brisbane. j February 23.-Moonta, sell., Captain Hal? | crow. I February 24-Palmer, s, Captain Clarke, ! for North. - Passengers - Messrs John son, Siiraett, Howitt, and 12 in the steerage. Burns, Pliilp & Co., agents. February 25:-Wodonga, s., Captain Lake, for Northern ports. Passengers-Messrs Johnson, Anderson, Scott, Hnughtoii, Clms tison and eight in the steerage. Burns, ; Pliilp and Co., Ltd., agenss. February 26.-Wairego, s., Captain Fleet wood for the South, with the dredge Octopus in tow. Passengers :-Mesdaiues j O'Sliaughnessy, Merry and child, Lurlbutt, ?; Holiday and 2 children, Nelson and child, \ Neilsou, Misses Sargeant, McGugan, NcNichol j Messrs. Artilty, Gorell, Davis, Magie, Camp- 1 bell, McGregor, O'Sliaughnessy, fiadeu, Holford, Davis, Bears, Hurlbutt, Hollidav, Garroway, and 21 in the steerage. Bums, Philp and Co., agents...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

EXJ-OHTS. Arawufcta, for Southern poite: bows* of gold, containing 19,L75ok> "M" ' % jo'0&

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Fighting at New Guinea. FROM 15 TO 50 NATIVES SHOT. CIVILISING THE HEATHEN. (By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] THURSDAY ISLAND, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Fighting at Xew Cruinea* FROM 15 TO 5J NATIVES SHOT CIVILISING- THE HEATHEN. (ry ELECTRIC TELEG&aph.) [from OUR OW1' COBBESPOKDEKT.] Thubsday Islajsd, February 22, News has been reesired from Mabuadan that Mr. Cameron, the Resident Magistrate of the Western Division, has liad a serious encounter with the natives. During Januaty Cameron, with .a powerful party, went to enquire into the reported depredations by a neighbouring tribe. When they approached the native camp, the interpreter suejd for peace The natives replied by the usual custom of sheeting arrows in the air, thus deneting peace. Mr. Cameron approached towards them, when just as he was .shaking hands with the chief, who went to meethim, Mr. Cameron's party was treacherously shot with araows by nearly the whole of the native tribe. One of Cameron's men fell dead, pierced through the heart. Cameron's party then bristly retaliated with firearms,, but the interpreter says the natives first tauntingly replied that their...

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EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Fwm %dney, Brii&ane and intermediate , '?:.-!P«ttfe~.-.? " ..? ' Qjuiraing, Friday, <5th March. 1 Aramac, Tuesday, iOth March. tieijra, Friday, 13tli March. * Tuesday, I7i3i March. . Warrego,.Friday, 20th March. ? Wodonga, Tuesday, 24tliMareh. Buninyong, Friday, 27th March. ; From i*orfc Douglas Cairns, Greraldton, and Dungeness Palmer, Saturday, 7fch March, and " thence weekly. Burdekin, Saturday, 7th March, and thence weekly. From Cooktown Bod intermediate ports Buninyong, to-morrow, Wednesday, 4th Barcoo, Sunday, 8fch March Cinfcra,Wednesday,llth Aramac, Sunday, 15tli March. 0^^,WednMday^l8fchMarch. Arawatta, Sunday. 22nd March. Q.uiraing, Wednesday, 25th March. Wodonga. Sunday, 29th March. Leuta, Wednesday. 1st. Aoril. From Normanfcon, Thursday Island, &c. Buninyo.ig, to-morrow, Wednesday, 4th March. ? - C intra, Wednesday, lltli March. trabo Wednesday, 18th March* QjUiraing, Wednesday, 25th March. Leura, Wednesday, 1st April. 'From London and intermed...

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Fatal Accident. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Fatal Accident* (BY ELECTRIC TELEGrRAPH. ) [FBOK OUK OWN COEKESPOXDBNT.] Sstpjtek, February 24. At Blayiaey, on Sunday a fetal accident Occurred. Barney Flood and Lizzie Clancy were returning from Bowling's Square to Flood's house, when they were struck by lightning. Flood was killed. Miss dfiacy had. }ier clothes burned. She wandered about the bush, for some hours, but did "not, set to Bowling's Square fail 2 o'docJt ^on Moadaymowueg. y

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

PBOJBCTED DEPAHTCEES. For Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports - Buninyong, Xhursdav, 5th March. Barcoo, Monday, 9th March. Cintra, Thursday, 12th March. Aramac, Monday, Itifch March. Crabo, Thursday. 19th March. Arawatta, Monday, 23rd March. Q.uiraing, Thursday, 26th March. Wodonga, Monday, 30th March. Leura, Thursday, 2nd April. For* Fort D juglae, Cairns. Gteraldton and Dungeoecs - Palmer, to-day, Tuesday, 3rd March and thence weekly. : Burdekin, Monday, dud March, and thence weekly. For Cooktowrn and intermediate ports Barcoo, to-day, Wednesday, 4th March. Q.uiraing, Saturday, 7th IbiidL Aramae, Wednesday, tlth Mferdh; Leura, Saturday, 14tli March. Arawatta, Wednesday,. 18th Manch. Warrego, Saturday, 23L«t Match. Wodonga-, Wednesday, 25th March. Buninyong, Saturday, 28th March. For Kormanton, Ihursday Island, &c. Quirauig, Saturday, 7th March. Leura, Saturday, i4th March. Warrego, Saturday, 21st Mareb. Buninyong, Saturday, 28th March. For London Dorunda, Tuesday, 24 M...

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Twins Burned to Death. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

T*vius Burned to Death* (BY ELECTEIC TEMGEAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN COBRESPOXDEKT.] SYDNEY, February 24. A sad occurrence is reported from Tflllan gatta. A young farmer named Matt lie Smith on Thursday went out with his wile to drive home some calves, leaving twiner, aged nine months, sleeping in their eot. While away a fire broke out, and on return ing twenty minutes after, the house was enveloped in flames. In laying to reach the children the mother narrowly escaped burn ing, and was struck by a falling partition'. Everything in the house was consumed. The charred corpses of the twins were found beneath the smouldering ruins.

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Latest cablegrams. LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

' " Latest. ('ablcgrams. _ y .+/. IjdsrDOSr, February 27. Owing to the agitation brought about bv M. de Roulede, the French painters have refused to send any exhibits to the Berlin Exhibition, The Cologne Gazette, in a fierce article, protests against the villainous insults offered to the Empress, which it assert® is the deadliest insult one nation could offer to another The article calls upon Count Be Freycinet, Hie French. Minister of War. to punish, the wretches, who it says are the scum of society. Great excitement prevails in France overthe matter. The Post Vesti bule publishes an article calling upon the Chamber of Deputies and M. Be Roulede to abandon any final demonstration against the Empress, German Consols h ive fallen five eighths in consequence, and the other bourses are affected. The Empress Frederick has sailed for England to-day. Henry Hornby, the member of the House of Commons for Blackburn, and who up to the present time has been in a somewhat critical state of hea...

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Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

latest Telegrams. ! i. .. . i * (? QUEENSLAND. ' ELECTRIC TEL.E&BAPH,) ^FBOK OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.J Townsvillk, March 1. James Miller, au old resident, of tlie Towel's, andfor many years an alderman and a leading member of the Masonic body, died to-day. - The Customs returns show an increase of £2003 for the mouth of February. Cairns, March 2. A Chinaman to-day was committed for trial for perjury. The case arose out of a, small debts c.»se in which defendant, was sued I for goods. He swore be never received the 1 goods, and was never in p'aintiff's (a China man's) shop. Several Chinese witnesses evide- cc clearly prove I that defendant had perj ured himself. Altogether four interpre te e were engaged in the case. Bockhampox, March 2. Tlie artesian bore at Bockhampton is now down 2090 feet without any indication of water. A man named Denis Kileber was drowned in Moore's t reek at North Bockhampton yesterday. He went info tlie water with his singlet and trousers on, when he g...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES. SVDKEY, .March 1. J Early on Saturday morning an. old man, ] named Joseph Coiley, aged 86, who was residing in Summons-street, New town,, at tempted to murder his wife, and then tried to couiiuitt suicide. According to M*s. Coiley, she and her husband went to bed the best friends possible, but about 2 o'clock on Saturday morning she was awakened by hearing her husband moving about the mom. i Shortly afterwards lie made a savage attack ] on her with an old tomahawk. The second blow stunned her, and she remembered no more. The screams she had uttered before she lost consciousness attracted the attention of Sergeant Hynes, who was on (duty in the street, and he b.oke into the house and found the woman lying on, the floor, whilst Coiley was sitting in the comcr with a nasty gash in his throat and a razor in his hand. The sergeant tookbothto the Prince Alfred ^ Hospital, where theirwounds were atfcended to. Mrs. Coiley was found, to be not .riously hurt, and after the wo...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

I VICTORIA. Melbockxe, Februarv 28. H.M.S. Dart has concluded the hydro graphic survey of the locality near Wilson's Promonfcary, where the ship Carlisle was wrecked in August last year, Tlie Dart, however, has failed to find any uncharted rock in the place indicated by the master of the Carlisle. There is no trace of rock either near the position assigned by the master of the Carlisle or near the spot tuentione i in Wellbank's Australian Coastal Gtiide. Professor McDonald, of the Theological Hall at Ormond College, was to-day pre sented by his numerous friends with an address, as an expression of their esteem end sympathy with his present trying circum stances on the eve of his departure for Europe on sick Leave. Mr. tiayter, the Government Statistician, estimates that the population of Victoria on 1st D. ceniber last was 1,147,994 souls. J The Alfred Hospital committee considered the subject of the alleged typhoid cure to day, and passed a resolution deprecating the introduction i...

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A Queensland University. (From the MINER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

(From fclie MIXBS.) THE proposition for the establish ment of a university of Queensland in Brisbane, to which reference was made in a telegram that appeared in our issue of Friday last, is one that trill be viewed with favor by all persons who are cognisant of the value of such an institution for im parting a high class education to the young' men of the country, who may be expected to become our future legislators, clergymen, lawyers, doc tors, engineers, and others occupying proihinent positions. The proposal was made years ago, but probably because that the country was too young, and the proper time had not arrived for the fulfilment of .such an ambitions object, it was allowed to remain in abeyance. The advan tages to be gained, however, were too palpably apparent to allow such a scheme to fall to the ground, and we are glad to find that it is now being taken in hand by a Royal Commission consisting of a number of gentlemen whose names are a sufficient guarantee that it will be...

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The Shearers' Dispute. (From the MINER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

TSie Shearers' Oi$|H(te. (From the MIKE a.) Judging by recent devselopaieats, the dispute between the shearers and the squatters, as to the employment of non-muon labor sind other minor - patters, is likely to end as might . have been expected, in a, peacable settlement, notwithstanding all the! threats of violence that have been so ? jfarUUy littered by the ciliables of the labor party for several I weeks past. That the change of tactics on the part of the shearers has been brought about by the firm attitude assumed by the Premier in his recent reply to a labor deputation and by the prompt action taken by the Government in sending to the seene of the threatened disturbances such a force as would show the mal contents that a resort to violent measures could have but one result, no one possessed of common sense can deny. We are aware that a certain section maintain that the shearers would be justified in going to any lengths to redress their real or supposed grievances, but those ext...

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Sentenced to Death. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] MELBOURNE, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Sentenced to Befttia* {BY EMCTHIC TBXB&HAMI.) [FBOK OUK OP OOBUEEPOBDKKT ] MEI/BOUHJTE, FEBRUAIY 23. John Thomas Phelan to-day was found guilty of the murder of Ada Charlotte Hatton, an unfortunate, with, idiom he had cohabited. The jury recommended him to merey on the grounds that he had received great provocation. 1 he defence was that Hie prisoner was suffering at the tame from impul sive insanity, the result of an hereditary taiat from two sunstrokes received some years ago, but no medical evidence was called to prove this. Justice Molesworth, in passing sen tence of death, said the prisoner appeared to have murdered the woman merely because she would not live with him any longer as Ms mistress. He said that he would forward the Juiy's recommendation of mercy to the Governor, but held out no hope.

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FURTHER PARTICULARS. CLERMONT, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

FURTHER PARTICULARS. Cubkoni, February 25. Mr. Stewart, chairman of die committee of Hie shearers at Sandy Creek, says he expect# lOWneBfiieiis by Monday, but Mr. Xanden, the man in charge here, thiols 000 in ail the camps wili be the limit. At Sand <.- Creek there are about 35 men, all far west men- and rough characters, different to the men at Wolfang and Capelia. A man was arrested at Capelia to-day for tearing down the pro clamation. but Mr. Ranking ordered hie dis charge with ,a caution. Mr. Stewart also says they will not attempt violence, but are determined not to give in on fieedom of contract. The shearer's terms include a provision that no Chinese or black labor well be em ployod. Majors Jackson and Hicbrdo are uncea sing in w orking for the weil-being of all here. None of the regular station hands on Peak Downs have responded to the call out, but they probably will west of this, but plenty of available rumors ate rife here. Five hun dred more free laborers are ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADIXALDE, March 1. A terrible tragedy occurred at Jumboneii siding on Saturday night Mrs. Watson, the wife of the signalman, cut the throat of her child, which was four mouths old, and des troyed herself in a similar manner. Mr. Jenkins, who has been appointed to succeed the late Hon D. Uews as Minister of Education, will be sworn in $o-m rrow.

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Smuggling by Office. A PITCHED BATTLE. (By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] COOKTOWN, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Nni upline toy A PITCHED BATTLE < ^-1 .ft-"', (By ELECrBIC TJSLEGfiAFH,) [FROM OUB PWN COSfBESPOJIBJBNr J Cooktow*. March ? At the Police Court this morning Dr Doyle appeared on a summons in answer to charge of importing dutiable £ood«^£nd evading tlie payment ofthe duty ttereon under sec'ions 49 and 188 of ^ " Act of 1883. The defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr. Harnett appeared for the prose cution. The Ueacli, after' hearing the *vi£ - dence, considered the case clearly prjved.aiid fined the defendant £5, £2 2e professional costs, 10s far two witness' expensesj-4s6d costs of court, in default lery ftod dibixess, Williim A. Uhr, the Postmaster^ pleaded guilty to a like chaise, and was same amount with £1 professional costs and - 3s 6d costs of court. Frederick J. Jluraj^ Superintendent of Police, pleaded guilty t» a like charge, and was fine tin the same atnoif^t as Mr Uhr Murr-y stated that behadnfot the slightest intention of evading (he pay ment jf duty, but he was- wa...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

EEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, MARCH 1. Alfred Bremncr, % passenger by the Mari posa, kg been arrested on a charge of obtain ing goods in Melbourne on the fiftli Decem ber under false pretences. Hie accused expressed great surprise at the elutrge, and eaitl he had a large business in Sydney. He M as reniauded for eight days. Tbe monthly meeting of the Licensing A uthority will take place at ten a.m. to-day at the Court House. Wk htiw b ea informed on reliable authority that the shearers and their com panions «iio Left Baicildine recentlyarmei. to the teeth," were fully "bent on fighting when they arrived at Logan Downs in order to compel the Victorian shearers who were at work there lo desist f om shearing. % he prompt and dec'sive steps taken by the Government in massing troops and police at Clermont prevented what might have resulted in a serious <juarrcL Our informant ale? stated that the Pastoralists' Association are in apoiition financially to meet the shearers and hold out ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTHS. COFFEY.-On the 21st February, at her residence, King-street, the wife of Walter Coffey, of a son.       PHILLIPS.-On the 25th February, 1891, at   the residence of Mrs. D. Smith, Church- street, t he widow of the late Andrew Phil-   lips, of a son. MARRIAGES.   FISHER-COWAN.-On February 4th, by the Rev. Canon Tucker, John Fisher to Mary Ann Cowan; both of Charters Towers. McNAMARA-HETHERINGTON.-On the 17th         February, at the P.M. Office, Sarah Maude, only daughter of Thomas and Georgina Hetherington, late of Norwood to James Francis McNamara, contractor of Ayshire   Downs, youngest son of the late Martin McNamara, of Ballarat, Vicoria. DEATHS. STANNARD- At the Vita Studio, Mosman- street, at midnight, on the 26th instant, Earnest Albert, the beloved son of Albert and Florence Stannard. Aged 5 years....

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Telegrams. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. TOWNSVILLE, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 March 1891

Telegrams. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. TOWNSVILLE, February 23, At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce   to-day the following resolution was unani- mously carried: — That the Government be requested by telegraph, in view of the con- gested state of the labor market, to continue the Ross Creek reclamation works, which are of a highly reproductive character, and   having regard to the temporary withdrawal of the drege and the completion of the jetty works and harbor works, which will be practically at a standstill. A motion was also carried asking the charge for telephones to be reduced from £10 to £6 per year. TOWNSVILLE, February 27.   When the time for the mayoral election came on Alderman Cameron came out of the caucus, and the meeting was adjourned for a week; this means until after thirty days from the original date of election and the Colonial Secretary will therefore appoint the   &...

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