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

PROJECTED BBPABTUBSB. For Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate Barcoo, Monday, Gfch ApriL Warrego, Thureday, 9th ApriL Aramac, Monday, lSfcii April. Buninyong, Thursday, 16th ApriL Arawatta, Monday, 20th April. Birksgate, Thursday, 23rd ApriL For Cooktown and intermediate ports Birkegate, to-day, 4fch ApriL Aramac, Wednesday, 8iUi ApriL Gabo. Saturday, 11th ApriL Arawatfca* Wednesday, 15th April. Gabo, Saturday, 11th ApriL For London Jelunga, Tuesday, 21st ApriL ! Ttaroba,Taesday,I9tli May f Tara, Tuesday, 16fch June. ForAdelaide, viaporbH Sameas Srisbaiie. (MerHiun, April, Meamt^, Hay. £ For Pint J^niglaa, Cairns, Geraldton and Ps^tueK, Burdekin, Monday, theiweweeklj.. April 7ih. a»d

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

W : Author of "How CameHe Bead?" "A Modern Magieiaa," "What Hast Thou Bone?" "That Villain Borne®,' ^ T^ft» R»W Kfan-T" ««». Life and Advent.m* of Beg Woffington," Etc., Etc., Etc. <0 The New Story will be found of a Highly Sensational Character, with many thrilling Situations- The action is rapid and dramatic, the dialogue is epigrammatic and each instalment whets the reader's appetite for what is to follow. -,.,r . ?-.. - *) mmmtmrnm TO-DAY'S ISSUE OF mowrmmnM utmtm© WILL ALSO CONTAIN THE NEWS OF THE W FUIiL, REPORTS OF THE STRIKE AT CliERMONT, SPORTING, MINING, CX)MM3 AND OTHER INTERESTING NEWS. .^11 'd. 3?:: SWEET IS REVENUE.

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THE NORTHERN Mining Begister, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1891. Trades Unionism —Its History, Uses, and Abuses. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

fM'. ? PUBLISHED WEEKIiT. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1891. Trades UMioiMSiii-Its History Uses, and Abuses. + The attitude assumed by.the Shearers Union in their present struggle with the pastoralists of Queensland renders interesting tlie enquiry-What were the original objects ©£ trades unions and in what manner was it intended they should bear on employers and employed f Professor MARSHALL, in the work entitled 41 The Economies of Industry," informs us that trade unions are modern representatives of a series of movements that have exer cised great influence over the growth of the people of England and of all other countries of Western Europe,; commencing with the citizens of the Middle Ages, when they formed them selves into town guilds to defend themselves against the oppressions of lawless barons. Afterwards they paplr into a habit of harsh exclusive uess towards their inferiors, and the consequence was that they in thei* turn were overthrown by the op pressed craftsmen, who formed them ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

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Shipping News. [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TOWNSVILLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

[BY POST AXD ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TOWNS VILLE. ARRIVALS. March 27.-Star of Hope, s, from Gerald ton, Captain Stewart. March 27.-Cruthrie, s, Captain Shannon, from South. Passengers-Tiro In the March 26.-Minnie Young, schooner, from Maryborough. ,. March 28.-Palmer, b., from Cairns, via ports, Captain Claifce. Passengers-lies dames Diiiytan, McDonald and child. Ban nerman . jtets. MeDiarmid, Mylne, Earis, O'Malley, Bannerman, Dunsfcan, Newman, and 18 steerage. Burns, Philp and Coy., agents. March 28.-Buninyong, s., from South, viaports. Passengers-Mesdames Christian And two children, McConnell and daughter, MeLelland, Peterson, Wellington, Baaslam, Slogatt, Oxnan: Miss Simm; Bishop Stanton, Messrs. Hammond, McDonald^ Osborne, Slogatt, McConnell, Basslam, Matthews, McDonald, Brown, Watson, McLeod, Oxnan, Burrell, Dunstan, Beames, and 28 steerage. Wm. Howard Smith and Sons, agents. March 31.-Barcoo, s, 1505 tons, Captain Jas. Banks, from Melbourne. Passengers Mesdames Pope, Chester, Mc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

JQ R. E M A ST U E L, SUSdEOK DENTIST, ?'1 TwmTTT-sis: Teaks' EXPERIENCE, -AI^C A B E, Mlo s M iS -St , ^ gMITH, J U5TOR, ARCHITECT. Ed IS . A ITO K, Aiictioncer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, STOCK, STATION, and dciicral Commission Agent, GILL-Sr., CHARTERS TOWERS. All kinds of Auction Sales undertaken, and Account Sales promptly rendered. Agent for Ll«fii Fire liisuraucc Co. Atlas Fire Insurance Co., Samuel Purchase, Somerset Nur eery, Parramatta. TT> ? "O". . Dm X> E A B U P, Sharcbroker & Mining Agent, CHARTERS TOWERS. Cttg liental fnstttute. (ESTABLISHED 1885.) Sr. J. WILKIIVSO^, ?.».^ Eng., SURGrCAL DENTIST, Ross' Buildings,. corner of Gill and Mosman Streets, CHARTERS TOWERS. -TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. MR. \VJLLKlH"SOIf can be Consulted Daily. Complete Sets of Teeth on 0old supplied from £15 15s.; on Vulcanite from £8 8s. Teeth filled with Gold Amal gam and Cement Stoppings. Teeth Carefully Extracted -. tor &/fi» Xf.B.-Regulation of Children's Teeth a S...

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, April 1. Reports have been, received by Mr. Rhodes from Mashonaland, in Africa, stating that the gold reefs found there prove to be of extraordinary richness. Numerous deaths are stated to have been caused bj influenza in Berlin. The International Miners' Congress which opened at Paris to-day, repre sents nearly 1,000,000 men, half of them being trade unionists. The British revenue for the -year ending 31st March, 1891, amounts to £89,489,000. The Times estimates (xoschens sur plus to be £1,300,000. The American Federation of Labor, with a view to assisting the Pittsburg strikers has directed a general strike of miners, forthwith, to support the eight-hours system. Professor Tyndall is i& a critical condition. The American Minister at Rome has requested Italy to exercise pa tience owing to the difficulty America encounters in arranging matters on account of Louisiana State rights. The American Press declares that Rudini is indulging in dramatic dip...

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Supreme Court. TOWNSVILLE. WEDNESDAY APRIL 1. (Before Mr Justice Chubb.) IN CHAMBERS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

Supreme Court. TJWMBVlfcm WEDNESDAY APRIL 1. {Before Mr Justice Chubb.) Or CHAMBERS. (SIT KLECTEIC TELEGRAPH.) (FKOM OITB OWK C0KEESP05TDEKT.) Towsmtlle, April 1. In re Ju Harper, an insolvent. Applica tion was made by Mr E. Brown (of Mars land and Marsland, for costs to be allowed for-the prosecution, etc, of insolvent. Costs were allowed at £4 4&. In re F. B. Macllwaine (insolvent), If Gr, Armstrong as trustee, applied for etructions concerning certampayr made by him in the estate. The d was reserved. In re Brewer T. Haggar, IF (Roberte and " lieu), appear plaintiff,and'asked for me Much to be amended b words and Mining Meewr The Charters Towers T wasgrantedacoordioei

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

Commercial. .> L. P. BECK & Co. report under date 2nd April: SrocK AND STATION.-Fat Stock: Prices remain at about £3 10s for bullocks, and say £l less for cows. Through the week several mobs have been delivered, and knights of the Cleaver are ill lavender just now, as all stock for sale are f'ai. A question now arises, wliflt shall we do with our stock ? The freezing works at Townsville, most growers expected, would relieve the congested market, but now the matter is in statu qw>, and it is an open question where the com pany may start. Values we confidently quote, and although we have not this week made any direct sales, we know of small mobs sold at £3 10s cash, and larger lots to Cairns and Northern butchers at £3 12s 6d, a little better than cash. Fat sheep are quoted at 7s 6d, delivered at Hugheiideu. Most of the local mutton is too fat, some drafts of sheep going up to 601bs. Store Stock-Bullocks ISos. 7 and 8 are worth 55s at yards. We have now for sale i 2000 h...

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The New Hebrides Question. (By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] MELBOURNE, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

The Kew Hebrides Question (By ELECTRIC TEUEGBAPH.) [fBOM OUU OW3T COEBESPOXDE2TFS.J " Melboubbe, March 28. I THE Premier received through the Gover nor a despatch, from Lord Knuteford, Secre tary of State for the Colonies, in Deference to the reported conveyance of Liberes from New Caledonia to the Hew Hebrides, stating the French Government deny that the authorities at Noumea have been sending I Liberes to the New Hebrides, and so far | from sending any liberated convicts there strict injunctions had been issued in the j opposite sense, and vigilance is exercised to prevent their escape. Possibly seme persons who had completed their sentences, and were free to go where they liked, found their way there.

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Police Intelligence. TUESDAY MARCH 31. (Before Mr.G.W.Kelly Cusack, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

TUESDAY MARCH 31. (Before Mr. Or. W. KeUy Cusaek, P.M.) William Livingstone and Percy Walsh were charged iwith breaking into Drummond and Co.'s store, Grill-street, with intent to commit a felony. The prisoners were two small boys, and pleaded guilty through their parents. Elizabeth N orris stated that on Sunday morning last, about 6.3"J or 7 o'clock, she saw the two defendants at the back of Drum mond's store; saw them take a ladder from Mr. Taylor's place; they put it up to the lunlight at Drununohd's, and the boy Livingstone went up the ladder; he tried to press the fanlight in; the small boy(Walsh) handed him a stick up; Livingstone tried to press the window open, but could not; the little boy handed up a stone, and Livingstone made a hole in the glass, Mid got his hand in; the small boy broke a bottle, and handed a port of it to Livingstone, who cut the fitrmg with it; he then oped the window, and. got inside the store; she gave the alarm, una" Sergeant Irwin came; Walsh went a...

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Dalrymple Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

Dalr^wple Divisional Board* The usual monthly meeting of tlie Dal rymple Divisional Board was held on Wednes day afternoon in tke Board's Chambers, Grill street. Present- Mr. Gr. Cavey, in tke chair, and Messrs Kirkbride, Phillipson, Plant, White and Byrne. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, the outward correspondence adopted, and the inward received. The latter contained letters from the treasurer of the Home and School for Blind, Deaf and Dumb children, and asked for a subscription towards a new building that is to be erected. A sum of £5 5s was voted to the Chairman as a donation to the Institution. From the Treasury, Brisbane, enclosing cheque for £3887 19s 3d, being endowment due to the Board on account of rates collec ted during 1890. From the same enclosing cheque for £1000, being payment of final instalment on account of loan for Water Works. From the Department of Public Instruction, enclosing the recommendation of the Warden for a lane to be left when...

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Scientific Notes. Hints to Prospectors. V. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

tfbttitftt Wst®, Hints to PrxMspeetiMns. [Br A. W. CLARKE, F.G.S.] V, ACCCBATE weighing is, of con's*', ihe verykernel of assaying, but a pros pector could not amy a delicate scales about with him in the hneh; neither would lie, as a rale, know kow to use it. Although it is not essen tial, yet the advantage of bring able to weigh minerals, gold pannings, &c., are sufficiently evident. Originally, T had not intended touching on the subject, but these notes have grown somewhat, and really, when the reader reflects that the main question is pretty nearly always, how many ounces does tlie stuff carry to the ton P it is not inappropriate to devote a few remarks to the question of scales. In determining whether a transparent stone is a gem stone or a quartz, <&c., the first thing the' mineralogist does (after that pre- \ liminary attempt to cut it with a1 knife, without which experiment no j one would presume to give an opinion) 1 is to find out its , specific g...

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CHAPTER VI.—CAPTAIN FOTHERGILLE'S PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

CHJLPTEEYF.-CAPTAIN FOTHERGILLE'S PROPOSAL. Captain Fothergille liad not been many days at the Abbey when, after careful consideration, he made his first movement in the game he intended to play. * Do yon know, Dangers,' he said as be and the baronet lighted their cigars one night in the smoking-room, * I think you've done the wisest thing in the woild in marrying again.' His cousin smiled gratefully, con sidering this a good-natured speech from a man who in all probability would lose twenty thousand a year and a baronetcy by the act of which lie expressed approval; for being wholly unsuspicious, he beleived the speaker meant what he said. 'At first I feared it would be a blow for yon,' Sir Danvers replied, * but then there was always a chance of my marrying again, * My dear fellow, Inever counted oU succeeding yon/ said Hie captain, ' for I'm not many years your junior, and I've led a much harder life than you, and that pays a man out in the end.' *1 suppose so,' reflected the baro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

T^r E tl B. o T I C Jji EuaoTic THE WONDERFUL CUBE FOE NEUSAL<*IAAND BEADACHE. 'Will give Belief in Two Doses, and Effect a Cure in Twelve Boors. Sold by all Chemists-Price, 3s 6dL WXT XT I K T O N . il« JJl I » T O H PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST FLINDERS STREET, TOW58T I L L E. * (late of Spring-street, Mjelbourne, and Picaadilly, London.) ^DISPENSER TO THE Townsviixe MESICAXi ITKION. BEST AND PUREST DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. ^TEW PARCELS BY EVERY BOAT. MEDICINE CHESTS SUPPLIED AND RE STOCKED. PRESCRIPTIONS . dispensed with Accuracy and Despatch and forwarded without delay to any address ^rfllMM'S T^EURALaiA M~WRE. X liars l^i EURALGIA VyURB. AfFew Doses of tMs preparation will relieve 'the agonising pain of Neuralgia, laceache, '&c., give refreshing sleep, and in the majority of cases make a complete and lasting cure, DISPENSING CHEMIST, Nearly ^Opposite SospitaL .6d. "O Xr J3 fl 18 S. ?d* .ea. Jtpirfis^& m JOHNSTONE & COMPANY Announce the arrival of their ...

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Postal Intelligence. TIME OF ARRIVAL, AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS AT THE CHARTERS TOWERS POST OFFICE. Mails Close as under:— [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

Postal Intelligence. ? -. ? TIME OF ATERIVAT, AlfD DEPASTURE OF UkTTJR AT THE CHA&TERS TOWERS POST OFFICE. Mails Close as under: for Brisbane-Eveiy Sunday and Wednesday, at 8 p.m . - " Townsville-Thrice daily-32.30 pan, 4 p.m, and 8 p.m " MiUchester-Twice daily-9.40 a.m and 8 p.m ,, Black Jack and Stockholm-Daily, at 8.30 a»m " Balfe's Creek, Homestead, Pentland, Torrens* Creek, Prairie-Daily, 9.40 ajn " Queenton, Macrossan Bridge, Sellheim, Ravens wood Junction, Beid Biver-Twice dally- : 12.30 p.m and 8 pan INLAND MAILS. Leave Charters Towers for: Time of Departure. Time of Arrival. Broughton Georgetown Hughendeu HiUgrove 3£onnt Leyshon... Ravenswood Biehmond Downs Jiishton Friday, 9 a,m Wed, 9.40 a.m Daily, 9.40 a*xn Wed, 8 p.m D'ly, 32.30 p.m Wed, 9.40 a.m Friday, 9 a*m Friday, 11 aan Tuesday, 8p.m D'ly, 6JS p.m Thud'y, 6 ajn »» J® H D'ly, 6.20 p.m Tliurs, 8 p.m Friday, 2 pan Leave the nndermtntioned places for (Siartexs Towers: Place, Time of Departure. Time of Arrival. ...

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Additional Free Labourers. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

Additional Free Labourers, £F&OM OTTE OWK COHBESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, March 28. Wliifcley King, the secretary of the Fas* ' toralists Association 1ms received instructions from the Q.ueensland Association to send up - an additional number of shearers and shed hands. Mr King will act in concert with Mr Mitchell, the Secretary of the Melbourne Pastoralists' Association, but if necessary two steamers will be chartered to convey shearers North. Should, however, certain arrange ments which are now pending, be satisfac torily made, only one steamer will be des patched and the Sew South Wales contin 7 gent will join the vessel at Sydney Heads. It is expected that the requisite number of me* mil be got away within the nest week. -

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New South Wales Military Encampment. 4000 TROOPS UNDER CANVAS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

Xew South Wales Military Eneampmenl. 4£00 TROOPS TUFDEE CAUTAS. [BR ELECTBIC TELEGBAPH.] £FBOH OUB OWN COBBESFOSDES16.} STDNER, Marek 28. The annual encampment of the Permanent ! and Volunteer Forces of the colony com menced at Campbelltown to-day, when the parade state Tshowed that close upon 4009 troops, including cadets, are under canvas. A large section of the permanent and volunteer, artillery, engineers, sappers and torpedo corps are encamped at the Middle Head for* tification. The Campbelltown camp will be visited by Sir Henry Parkes to-morrow, and by the I Governor and the delegates to the Federal I Convention on Tuesday next.

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CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. LONDON, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. XiONiMMr, March 31. The failure of the West Tndiaa Market for Canadian products, has greatly embarrassed McDonald's reciprocity parlying with the United States. THE ITALIAN CONSUL AT WASHINGTON. LONDON, April 1. He IMian Minister^ Washington has demanded passports.

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RETALIATION. LONDON, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

I RETALIATION | Lostdon, March. 31. Some Italian navvies have mur dered a Scotch ganger in West Vir ginia, who approved of the recent ease of wholesale lynching in Kew Orleans. THEBE was an excellent muster of A, E and D Companies, Kennedy Begiment, with Ambulance Corps and band at the Ckorck parade called for Sunday lapt, and the men presented a smart and creditable appearance In their white uniforms. About eighty attended the Church of England, and a number of others went to the Bomam Catholic, Presbyterian, Wesley an and otlier places of worship. Tlie officers present were Captain F. W. Beattie, Captain jarris, Lieu tenant Gordon, Surgeon Maior Browne.

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