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Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

<JhM&ESS SIJOCK BXOHAHGB EYENIIfGr CAM,. The following were tlie quotitionB^at the call of fcheCharfcers Towers Stock Exchange ou last evening :-Alabama, contributing, J» 2£d, b 4d: Band of Hope, s 10s 9d; Brilliant < and St George United^ contributing, b 12s 6d, 1 s 13s j Brilliant Extended, contributing, b . Is 7d, s Is lid; Brilliant freehold, paid up, j fi 9sClark's Brilliant, Worcester and. Vic- J tory, b 6s 5d, s 6s 9d; Charters Towers Cras, b 7s; Day Dawn No, 3 West, b 9d, b ; b is 3d; Day Datm 4A. West, b lid; Day Dawn School Beserye, contributing, b :3s dd, s 5s; Guiding 8tar, b ld ; Golden King>; * 3d; Hidden TreasureJNo 1 South, b 6§d, s 9d; Identity ^contributing, b 2s 6d, e 2b lid; Kelly's Queen Block, b 6s 8|d, s 6s 9|d ;4 I»ady Matia, b Is e 2s 3d; Milhcan'e Caledonia, b Is 5d, a Is 6d; New Mobnetone, b3|d,s lOd ; NewHidden; Treasure,b 5s 3d, 8 5s 6dj No. 2 East , b3d,«M: Ko. 6 Queen, s 5s3d; j Normanby Welcome, b Is j No. 2 East Suh b...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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MONDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

MONDAY, June13. The Biilliant has declared a dividend. Ot 3d per share equal to £3125. June shouldbe agoodmonth for dividends, for already in the first tea days the total declared has reached £ll,i)08. The 3fo. 1Morfchea&tQueen has declared a dividendof 9dper4S,0G0th share equal to . £1800. ' Xhe fortnightly clean up from Mills' United was 1110 tons for 994oz, A dividend of 3d equal to £3750 has been declared Matters still remain, stale, fiat and unprofit able in the share market. Several brokers have gone out shooting, and it is understood others are qualifying themselves for the miiiistay. 2 he Macenswood Mining JTour»alsa,ya:~ "TheCaesell <9 old Extracting Company's machine has been removed to Cbaxtezs Towers owing to the stone on this field not being so easEj. treated as the Chatters Towers etone.Mr Macmtyre, the manager, we regret to eay has also left in consequence of the removal of theinaehine.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

SA.I URDAY,JTirirE .UL ,< . Miilei's Wellington lLas crushed706 tons ofstonelor 1206ozofjgold, ' '. . v' l!hrf eiiaremarket etiil remains in the game .. y. At Eeliy *e Queen Block 28 tons of stone have teen raised for thefortnighfc. Jfo I shaft is now down 642ft, and sinking is pro Atth^ oidsh^ ' has. variedlromStoI^^^ ^ne^ve he&bi raie«i. ( At the newehaft: theunderlie is iiong gtaded, and it will he unoiy another fortnight before stopitigre commences. . : At $ie Brilliant in the stopes over tlie western drive there iBfrom 6 to8ft of stone. Inthe eastern drive «b ®o 2 level there is a foot of stone, and the reef in the five stopes abjve varies from 18in to 5ft. JSfd 3 west level has 5ft of stone in the face, and the stopes above carry from. 4 to 10ft of stone, | The face of the western drive on Kb 4 level I shows 3ft of stone, and in the stopes above I there is from 1 to 4ft of stone. The underlie I shaft is now down 111ft from JSTo4 level,and it is intended to o...

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PARLIAMENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

='"i^4^3iunjS: :1 BiH read a ? furllier^onsidered . Slid the -House arn§hroed the = -~" -.."" .. - Speaker an . :v., v. nounced the return i>f the5 writ? for Bulimba and Musgrave eleetoiates, -a? <1 -Mr O'Cdnneil :v //- ' wasled in by Sir Thos, ^'ell wraith and Mr Stevens took ilie customary oath and re sumed his seat on the Government benches. Dickson, who was' introduced by Sir Thos- Mellwrnith snd Mr. W^-tson, made fche : customary oath, .and took his seat on the . Government cross benches. MrByanmoved the adjournment of -tiie House, callingthe attention of Goveratnentto the unemployed question, and the number of men who con gregated at Parliament gates that afternoon... He stated that between 1500 and 2000 men -V ~ irisre'outof employment.^ "These men com plained to him that measures of relief) which . ttad been doled out to them, had been stopped 4hat dav, and besides, the _ C hitf Secretary had. failedio ke.p hispromise re . garding giving a definite amwerto the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

Hardwood, Pine, and every description of ISmfeei', likewise Cooes, MbrMiagS, Proofing, Iron, and all Baildiug E^oisitei , 1 y " EveiyMaai His Own WM. A Grand Drawing on the Art Union Principle for 6 substantially Bnilt 4-roomed COTTAGKB to be eaaeteiiipon any Residence Area provided by the Luclsy Winners. The Drawing to take place on -or about June S3, in the School of Arts, and of which due notice will be given. Bach of ^Ke Six Cottages to be wetl and faithfully built, of the very-Best Material and Workmanship, anil valued at MflO each, Owing to the great ^carcity of Houses and the inability of many to build, theManager ofthe Victoria Saw IGlls places a chance within the reach of ail to secure a comfortable home for One Week's Rent. © Tiekets AT 2 O s £^«h. - Tickets can be purchased &om the Principal Stationers and at the Victoria Saw Mills. NVB.-A Committee will be appointed from the list of Subscribers to superintend the Drawing. liUhtr*, ?lii|f n> - AND GElSrEii^X. D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

®irst-cla68 Coach and Civility and Private Addraw COACH AYAILABLE SECOND-HAND t o. & CO., having opened a branch . Peter Strang, are now better andthe general publicinanything of the in Gill-street, -jetest door to tomeet their old customers ; V Havingnow been in businesson Charters ^Towers for. the last ten years, iheycan be trustedto tnrn outworkintheirusual First-class style. .. GILL STREET. CHARTERS Chait^^^TW^ ^#er and lee KING S T K E 35 T >E*?SRS. J. ROMBERG & CO., having purchased the business lately carried on by H. Webb, and having secured the services of Mr. Iteuben Parker as Superintendent of the Crated Water business and Ice Works. Publicans and others can depend on getting A Redly Good Article delivered to parts of the Field. To the Inhabitants of Charters Towe.s and jBfo ^HE above Company is preparedto supply the Public with the foEowing I Drinks at a price that will meet with the requirement of the times; Hourehound Beer. Shandy Gaff. GingerBeer Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

T T TI m m s a SERVOUH AND CHRONIC immm-AWD ? !v , V.;'jv _ >?£. . v:^-.£* . ::, r. -' ^ ?*>:? ^«^V55^YS5\Yj *iE Address (M«si peer to RE reminded of this opportunity of obtaining the best treatment known to WgA^m mwBwso|^^ G. A. MOORE, BOmOTC PHYSICIAN, XXE* this town profes wipg MOORE k HOGH&, North Quay, Brisbane, who is now visi* sionally, and may be consulted at the above address during the wmmi-m tm 4 and 7 tai 9. THIS EMINENT BOTANIC PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST in BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES of all forms, affectmg Body, Nose, Skin, Throat, and Bones, Eruptions, Blotches, Acne, Eczema, Ulcers, Painful Swellings, Old SoreB, from whatever cause, treated by means of Safe and Reliable Bemediefi. Sufferers from Nervous Debility, General Weakness, Physical Decay, Failing* Memory, Lad of Energy, arising from Indiscreton, Excess,or Over-Indulgence, producing some of the followingsymptoms: Nervousness, Loss of Memory, Painsin the Back and Loins, Dimness of Vision, Spote floating...

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M. MERCIER IN TROUBLE. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

M. MERCIER IN TEOUBLB. IiQNDO-X, J une y. Hon ore Mercier, the iate Premier ot Quebec, b&s assigned his estate, and f

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THE PRESIDENTAL CAMPAIGN. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

: . Lteft:- June 9U -i:f; Theelectionof Mr lWcKmley, the author of the fambus Mcfciiiley tariff :$o the Presideticy ofthe Minneapolis Republican ConFentioiij iiidicates thpLt he is likely te secu re the RepubHcan nomination forthe Presidency if in the first ballot President Harrison fails to secure a majority. -: ^ :

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A PROTECTORATE. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

A PBOTSGfOBATE. , LONDON, June 9. 1 t Hichard Teinplfe a ' ISritisti. Protectorate over the islands wiiere 1 1 , kanakas are recruited, if France will agreeto such action.

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GALLOWAY JOHNSON'S LUCK. A WEEK'S WORK ON THE PERCY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

GALLOWAY JOHNSON'S LUCK, I ^ OK THE PERCY RIVER. . Weight of the seven bars obtained from tile specimens he obtained in half an hour, 1433oz 4dwt. Thirteen specimens above, as taken out of ihe ground 381oz 9dwt; total 1814oz 13dwt; value £5300. The specimens are almost pure gold and sinoe the sketch was madeJohnson has raised the value of his Percy Biver discoveries to about £7000. Our artistworkedon a sketch furnished by Mr W. A. Cooke, of Georgetown, through the kindness of Mr A. Spencer, of the Queensland National Bank.

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THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

, F LONDON, Jane 9. The h of the Blaine is irritating President Harrison's fol rl<fytatoj 'fol':£&me aballot. The efeceete of Minneapolis are being paraded by rival parties, which lias naturally resulted in collisions. Presi dent Harrison's supporters destroyed a ntimber ofBl&me's banners inscribed , " Ireland," and' the Blaineites de stroyed Rimers bearing ^ Harrison's ' portrait. Harrison, Blaine, Alger and 51 Mackinlay are tilie only Republican names likely to be sabmitted. ? ' t CleVelandhas a ; good chance of being the Democratic nomination. Londos, June 10. An informal meetingof delegates shows that 511, support Harrison. Xlie Blaineites declare this is;;imre liable, aod thatMrBlame hasa slig'ht majority. The resolutions of the Re publican Committee appiwe of Jbi mefcallismr the (^verninent maintain- W . ?? of the metal, and r ;-\v\ V i^r^flSriiaL prafeetlon. iy A

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

~-- =-?-- - ?swissa^ L®®#»»««., , >« - MAN UFACTURIN<3 ||« LIMITED, HQSMAM M&MMT, ©MMSWBMM mwmm.. -5' ^?>^:'. ? ;-.-Y.' BRANCHES AT BRISBANE, TOOWOOMBA, ROCKHAMPTON, IPSWICH, WARWICK, *» ETC. , .' -v-'- ' - ':. : .'c- . ' ^HE above Cempsmy having gone toconsid^rable expense in pi-oeor^^thr a FIRST-CLASS CUTTER FROMSYDNER arts TAILORING RA ALJL ITS BRANCHES. F _ Gentlemen requiring a Perfect Fitting SiriS te" Business or Evening Dress cannot do better thanpay us a visit. , We guarantee oar Worsteds, ?*"') -«« luting nmufariiiwd faun -Pi i«K WOOJj only, thoroughly jskrrmk and fast. colours. FIT AND STYLE NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. - CHOICE: SELECTION, OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. EE^33Y JMADES, &c-, &c. ' \ ' - " We told a splendid stock of .Heady- Mades, equal to bespoke. Afeo Gentlemeia's Mercery in Great Variety. - Our ALL WOOL BLANKETS are worthy of inspection^ warranted to last 20yeare., T Tlie Company's Celebrated Tweeds can....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

\ PRIIk Hme mb %irit Aitken's ,Me Chareate *** S Alexandra Rui Inzeva ^* Wl3 Poiiisott Bland Piper's Olaret Lowden'sliiy ?Kn Johnson's ^toiifc CHIlfiii^s laiiiB Joiiee Colonial Bottled Aleand Stout Leslie's Whiskies, shipments arri\r ing by every mail steamer, Andall other leading brands. Importer, Coffee and Spice Merchant,, Wholesale Grocer, Coffee Blaster, Custom Souse, Commission and Hunt Sauce and American and Colonial Bole Manufacturer of Kangaroo Powder. - c-'vo ,:r ^ COFJFEE. R% R. Ci respectfully draws the trade's attention to his Arabian Bi^nd oi ^o^e m llh- ^nadtLpE, nett weight. It is the best procurable, being the Pinest Plantation Ceylon, Jamaica, and Costa Rica Berries, roasted and ground daily on the premises by an entirely new process, in a Patent Gras Roasting Machine, which will turn out roasts of the highest possible quality. . Packed hot in air-tight tins at E. E. Cowley's Arabian Steam Coffee Works, Flinders Street, Townsville- _ " - a,,: . - ' " * KftNGftSOO H...

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South Derbyshire Election. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

- Soiith Derbyshire Slec- , tion. . MR. HARRINXxTO?* EVANS BROAD. Mr.Harrington Eh&n6 Broad, me Liberal Candidate "was born at llxtchin, in 184CThe was educated privately, andstartedlife in the services of the English and Scottish, Bank of Australia, in which country he remained some time. Heiad^a natural aptitude for figures,. ~ and ^i 1868founded the firm of ' Broad Patter son &j0o., Accountants. Eie resides at Stone wall Park Edenbridge Kent. MR, BEEESFOBD VALENTDOl MEL . - telle. >? My.Beresford Valentine Melville the Con servative Candidate, is the son o£±he Kev. D. " Melville rector of Great Witley Stourport and Cbamon ,of Worcester. Mr. B. V. Melville is - about 35 years of age, and lias received a collegiate "education, he residesat Longfield, - Surrey, and is a magistrate for the. counties of Snrry and Middlesex as well as for London.

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A Funny Game. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

A JPunny Game. A few friends met the other night in. a Jfewtown store to spend a jovial evening, bat i thev were allteetotallers and none of them drunkenness was out of the .question. Mac proposed a game ofeuehre, and Jones said Shey had better play for something justto give thegamean interest and make it lively, - tot. times were -hard, so they did notcareto play for money. Smith, ho wever, spiedabox ©f Fletcher's bilious and liver pills, andpro posed that each time a maa was beaten he should take a pill, and this made the game lively, and the fun. Was fast /and f urious. four and Smith a«d Hopkins two «aeh and Mae got off scot free. The gameterminated l»y a general exodus at 3a.m., for Dr Fletcher's pills never labour in vain, They are the best and mildest pills made and are cold by all chemist and druggists every where; being apositive, safe, and'reliable cuise for constipation, liver complaint, head ache, &ei They always give satisfaction. .at Xmas, for the seven first n...

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HOME RULE. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

kol^Thje Jfyeemtitws J&e\ nGc^sityofMrGrla^etoHeformalatiiig laiijif JSbibci^ ;|ptip07^|M3a^&. ' i . -'

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EMIN PASHA. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

? I V 'V.y: ;r *V :', jf Jhu^ ? confirming the death <)£ Emiii Pasha.

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NATIONAL ATHLETIC SPORTS. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 15 June 1892

NATIONAL ATHLETIC SPORTS. I TjOSTDon, June 8. 1 ; fayOJFS tfee fao BrItanmccoiitestB,andhopes America willjoinin ttegames. opps; f ^nae8. a " ? Miv ? DHaibfl aiaiyed tin** . aftenioo n . ii^was ofpneumonaa f^m^eylon i® the BedSea, wbere heregamedhis Strength rap£<%. Mr. "Fitzgerald, }Mfo Dibf* ** Tilbniy. Mr. ^Satouel ¥~ardley, by request, waited on him at the'Hotel Metropole, but Mr. Dibbs was reticent as to bis mission, wbich it is bplieved includes an effort to induce Mr.Ctoschen to per mitthe investment of trust Tonds in colonial securities. Mr. Dibbs will present Lord Jersey's letter of intro duction to the Cabinet Ministers immediately, and hopes to have one pr two -ebanees of placing bis views before the English people. He expects to remain > for six weeks, returning via America, where be will interview the Cabinet Minis ters, aaidrhie will see the Chicago Ex hib»tion jwitborities with a view to re cessing t\ie New South Wales Exhibi tion grievance. Sir Saul Sam...

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