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

J. PAEKES. FLIJSBEKS STREET, TOWlfSVILLE T« B. BEAR up & oo, Sbarebrakei-s and Winlofir Agents, CHARTERS TOWERS. JJTTNTER AND £<OMPAKY, LIMITED. SHAREBROKERS, Qiix-STEET, CHABTEBS TOWEBS. J AS. A. GORRINGE, Stock atffl Sfrarc Crofter. MEKBEB OF THE STOCK Exchakge OF CHA.BTEKS TOWEBS, LIMITED, lining, Financial and Insurance Agents, LICENSED SURVEYOR, ARCADE, CHARTERS TOWEBS, . J. F. HINSCH, Member of Brisbane and Charters Towers Stock Exchanges, -STOCK AND SHAREBROKER, -j^itb - CHARTERS TOWERS, W. P. DAWSON & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS {pining fglgentd. Ail "Mining Business promptly attended to, and Reports furnished. Absentees Mining or Land Interest attended to. W. F. DAWSON Member of the Charter* Towers Stock Exchange. t > W- F. Dawson & Co., flm-jiTMiBT, Chapters TOWEBS. OWAN & RUSSELL, SHAREBROKERS. Mining Secretaries, HOUSE, LAND, INSURANCE AND GENERAL COMMISSION . AGENTS, Trustees in Insolvency. Member Charters Towers Stock Excha...

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

Established 1881 JSeD. MILES. ' J. MILLTCAS. E. D. MILES AND CO., SHABBBEOKEBS AND -MININO AGENTS Are prepared to undertake every description of MINING BUSINESS And Guarantee Prompt Attention to all communications. -(«) RELIABLE REPORTS MADE ON MINING PROPERTIES. MIS MANAGED FOB ABSENTEE ABC Aim MOEJEING-S CODES FSED. CaMe.Address: MELES," Charters Towers. OFFICE OF THE Brilliant Block Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Brilliant Freeholds Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Brilliant and St. George United Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Brilliant St. Patrick and Qneen G.M. Co., Ltd. Brilliant Central G.M. Co. No Lia bility. Boomerang G.M. Co., Ltd. Charters Towers District Hospital Charters Towers Cemetery Trust. Church Land Syndicate Ltd. Caledonia Consolidated G.M. Co., Ltd. Craven's Caledonia G.M. Co. No Liability. Day Dawn School Reserve Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Bay Dawn 4A. West Gold Mining Co Ltd. Defiance Mill Syndicate. Identity Gold Mining Co. Ltd. Mills* Day Dawn United Gold Mines _ Ltd. ^^^TMIllican's Caledonia Go...

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THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CONGRESS. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

! THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ] CONGRESS. LONDON, Jane 30. At the Chamber of Commerce Congress Mr McMillan o£ Sjnadey opposed Sir Charles Tapper's amend ment, and declared the next election would show that New South Wales was in favor of free trade. He said Sir Charles Tapper's proposal was im practicable and pettifogging, and com mercial union was impossible unless based OIL free trade. Mr Huddart argued that 84 per centof the Australa sian external trade of 1889 was trans acted with the empire, and the Eng lish share had slightly increased with in thirty years. Sir CharleB Tupper ought to show better results with pre ferential rates. Sir John Lubbock vigorously opposed the amendment, which was lost by 79 vote to 3& Sir Gharles Tapper challenged the vote, which was retakea.

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OBITUARY. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

OBITUARY. -K ' . ? LONDON, JiineSO. The Mftrqms of Drogteda lias died snddenly ofapoplexy.

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THE IMPERIAL ELECTIONS. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE IMPERIAL ELECTIONS. LONDON, Jane 30. It is stated locally that the woman who injured Mf Gladstone, was drank, and opposed toiH^ipeRiiJe. Mr Glad stone has recovered from the effects of the injury sustained by him re eently at Chester, and has opned the Midlothian campaign. He was ac corded ovations at the railway stations I between Ha warden and. Edinburgh, j and at several places delivered short eheeches. On each occasion he spoke i sanguinely as to the snccess of the Liberal P*rty at the elections. On: arrival at Edinburgh Mr Gladstone was received with great enthusiasm. The Irish. National League in Britain warn Liberal candidates that nothing short of legislative autonomy on the terms demanded by Mr Parnell will satisfy Iceland. The Parnellites rushed and took possession of the hall from the anti jParnellites in Dublin. Several were maltreated and robbed and there was an attack made on Dr Tanner, whom the"'police were compelled to protect with swords. It is expected that at ...

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THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CONGRESS. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CONGRESS. LONDON, July 1. At the Congress of Chambers of! Commerce the voting defeated Sir; Charles Tapper's amendment by 55 to 33, and Mr Medley's was earned by 47 to 34 Mr Gr. R. Dibbs spoke in favor of a motion for the creation of Boards of i Conciliation on trade disputes, and= said the Trades Unions in the colo- j nies embraced the most intelligent j artisans. It was a great mistake for Capital not to trust them. He was pleased to see 36 labor members in the Sydney legislature. Their as sistance had been given to effect the i object of their motion. j Lord Brassey agreed that it was foolish for employers not to recognise the TJnions. The motion was carried, also a resolution in favor of codifying I commercial laws. Mr Clarke, of Auckland, moved in favor of bills of lading reform, and the Canterbury Chamber of Com merce representatives also spoke. The subject was withdrawn. Most of the speakers were in favor of a Conference with shippers and merchants to ...

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ANOTHER EXHIBITION. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

ANOTHER EXHIBITION. I LONDON. June 30. The official German Press states that Germany holds a univer&al exhi bition in Berlin in 1900.

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WHOLESALE ROBBERY. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

WHOLESALE ROBBERY. LONDON, June 30. Charles Anthony Beyts and George Grant Oraig, agents for a Bombay firm in London, have been arrested for forging bills of lading to the value of £100,000. They were remanded in custody.

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WOOL SALES. LONDON,June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

WOOL SALES. IJQNDON, Jane 30. The French buyers are operatingj more recently, the recent decline is; being recovered, and a more hopeful j tone and better prices for lower sorts prevail. All good wools extremely firm. I

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

I NEW SOUTH WALES. 1 Smsr, Jane 28. Theballofc which has been proceeding for days to determine whether the Western Miners' Association should with draw from or remain affiUatejl with Trades and La*>or Council, closed yesterday. ] When the final leturns ca»ie to hand they showed a majority of 29 in. favor of with drawal, the numbers being 163 for with drawal, 134 against. The rninere declared that they were as staunch as ever to union principles, bat were disgusted by the methods of the Council, particularly by the political squabbling carried on at the meeting of that bo iy. SYDNEY, J une 29. An Indian has been arrested for shooting a man named Smith dead, near Bou*ke. The Indian's excuse is that he thought Smith was going to attack him. The firtt death in connection with the out break of email-pox on the Oroya occurred at 4 o'clock this morning at the Fort Ja kson Quarantine Station. The patient was Albeit Blake, aged 38 years, an able seaman. He tran-ferred on June 20th to the ...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. (BY ELETRIC TELEGRAPH.) TOWNSVILLE,July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

LATE TELEGRAMS. (BY BLETEIC TELEG-BAPH.) TOWNSYTLMB. JUJV 4. A telegram from Croydon announces tlie death of D A. Moir, late accountant; in the Union Bank, Tovvn6viile, ia the hospital, of fever.. BowEy, July 4. On Friday night, while drilling a hole in ; the shaft at the Normanby Welcome, an i explosion took place, seriously wounding a miner named Landstrom. The ac.-id nt eci- j dently .rose from an old hole in which was a j charge which must hare loin for the pa t six months. Landstrom had one arm broken, and the side of his face is fearfully emashei. THUBSDAY IgL&KD, July 4. It is stated there has been tribal fighting j amongst the nafciws of the mainland. It appears some natives have obtained firearms j and ammunition, and that several hare been i killed and wounded. Sub-inspector Savage, i accompanied by other members of the fo-ce, I left by the Albatross on Saturday last to j disarm the natives and restore order. The i Albatross returned this evening leaving the ! poli...

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THE NORTH Queensland Register PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE NORTH <fiiemiaub||epta* PUBLISHED "WEEEXY. WEDNESDAY, JULY G, 1892. THE Serberton Advertiser says:-The '?Charters Towers Carnival Week was a great success. The local horses scooped the pool at the races; a local pugilist whip ei an outsider; the local footballers beat Brisbane; and the Salvation Army plucked several brands from the burning. If this is not -enough glory for at least a year the Charters Towers people are hatd to satisfy. THE Northern Argus says:-Wc are glad to note the success which has attended the La&es Creek Co-operative Society. In their past six months' venture th y have declared : a dividend and bonus to members, as follows: -Interest on capital subscribed, at the rate of 10 per cent per annum; and a bonu-j at the rate of 5 p r cent, on the amount of their purchases. There are but a few shares -still to be disposed of. THE latest stock passings at Winton have <ibeen :-On the 19th ia=t, 360 fat bu locks, from Cliarlo te Plains to...

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

Patents. PATENTS applied fcr on behalf of in vent rs by CHARLFS. ET. BERN ATS, Begistered Patent Agent, Adeliade-street, Brisbane. The Vulcan. Tin Min n? Co., loxilited. (No LlABlLITr.) TGnS usual Monthly Dividend (the fourth) of Sixpence per share, amounting to .^Sl,100, is hereby declared, end will be pay able at the' Company^ Office Irvine bank, on SATURDAY, 23rd July. H. J. ARMSTHONO, Secretary.

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

TASMANIA, LrA*T*reE3TOAT, Julv 3. Some time ago notice was givea tj the miners at Zeehaa and Duadas, that - fr>m the 1st ef July the wages would be; Cktrpeaters atidshiffcbosses, lO^ to 9a; er-:-~ " ' " ' drivers and iret shift miners, Osfcofej

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adeiaide, June 28. The Uolonial Treasurer has reeeired a tele gram from Mr Justice Dashwooi confirming the nenrs reeeired from G imooweal on Friday with respect to the number of the Chinese who are making their way from the Iforthera Territory to .Queensland. J udge Dash wood states that, so far as he can ascertain, about 90 Chinese left the Territory this year for the Queensland border. There appears to be no truth in (he reports that the magistrates at Citnooweal departed large numbers of Chinese across the border to face the long stages of drp country, an attempt to cro3S which would tnem certain d«ath to them. ADELAIDE, June 28. M* J. Haul, M.LA.. wared as a deputa tion on the Premier to-day, to urge that some official inquiry should be made into the truth, or otherwise of the rumours current, as to the exhaustion of the ore Lodes at Broken Will. The Premier p omised to consult his colleagues on the matter. , The Son. A. M. Simpson, M.L.C., has given his year's ...

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

COMMERCIAL, - A B. B. Moeeheab & Co. report 23rd June, 1892:-Fat Cattle: 417 yarded. Owing to the large number forward, prices were lower than last week. Best bullocks, £3 7B 6d to £4; a few extra, £4126 6d to £4 15B ; good, £&% light weights, 2 5s to £2 15 s; best eowB, £2 10s to £3 2s 6d; others, £L 12s 6d to £2. We sold account Hon. 3. F. MeDou^all, 50 extra prime co*«, £2 10B to £3 2s 6d; account owners Yabba Station, 70 bullocks frjia £3 3s to £4 (7 e^lle at £3J ; and account A. H. Thompson, Esk, 7 bullocks at £210 to £4; 1 cow, £2 2a 6d. Fat Sheep: About 2700 penned. Market opened Is lowdr, but prices improved as sales progressed, and closed at last week's rates, BeBt merino wethers in wool, 8s 6d to 9s 9d; extra prime and heavy, 10s 91 to lis 6d; good, 7s 6d to 7s 9d, We sold account Southern Queensland Pastoral Co, Ld, Daan dine,300 merino wethers to 8s 6d, averaging 8s3d; account Bawenville Estate,240wethers to 8s 6d; account F. West, St Helen's, 122 Merino ...

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Watch Your Nose. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Watch ¥oor JSTose. Already the claim is made that one's dis position ib outlined by his nose. According to the Buffalo Commercial, large nostrils show courage. People of fearles3 dispositions breathe fully and freely. All the fiercer ani mals have dilated nostrils. The drooping nostrils show histrionic talent. If the nose also droops, it denotes !ragic power, and if only the nostril the capacity is marked for the interpretation of come iy. When the nose is thin at the bridge it sho VB generosity, while a nose that is thick at the bridge argues inquisitiveness. When it is 'tip-tilted like the petal of a flower,' the person is inquisitive. A projecting nose arjrie.- i disposition to in vestigate. It is ahea * 1 ..be person as it were and wants to scent out uiags. Iiook at your nose in the glass and see what sort of person you are any way. If your tiose is blue you have a bad circulation, if very pale you are suffering from pooxity of blood, if full of blackheads, which you can sqeeze ...

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

\J 0, U B N S, r H I L P, & Charters Towers, IMPORTERS OP ALL KINDS OF MINING REQUISITES. -JUST LANDED " A SHIPMENT OP T. AND W. Sutra's CELEBRATED S T E E L WIR E ROPES. y I C T O R I A g A W jyj I L L. S, AND TIMBER SALE YARDS. O E/ ^L "V" Hardwood, Pine, *>.nd every description of Timber, likewise Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Roofing Iron, and ail Building Requisites, Every Stan His Own Landlord. WHY PAY REN T? A Grand Drawing on the Art Union Principle for 6 substantially Built 4-roomed COTTAGES to be erected upon any Residence Area provided by the Lucky Winners. The Drawing to take place on or about Jane 23, * in the School of Arts, and of which due notice will be given. Each of the Six Cottages to be well and faithfully built, of the very Best Material and Workmanship, and valued at £100 each. Owing to the great scarcity of Houses, and the inability of many to build, the Manager of the Victoria Saw Mills places a chance within the teach of ail to cecure a comfortable h...

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HOME RULE. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

HOME RULE. I LONDON, June SO. Mr Win. O'Brien has been assured by Mr Gladstone that his Home Rale Bill fwill go further than the one of 1886, from a Nationalist standpoint.

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THE GERMAN WOLSEY. LONDON, June 3o. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE GERMAN WOLSEY. LONDON. June 3o. The attitude of the (government I towards Prince Bismarck has caused an enormous painful sensation in Germany, and many papers appeal to Bismarck not to force a prosecution.

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