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A COLLAPSE. London, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

A COLLAPSE. 1 London, June 30. A balloon collapsed at a school festival at the Crystal Palace at a height of 100ft killing Captain Dale, the^aeronant, in the presence of bis wifeA and daughter, and seriously injnrfeg three others.

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T ESD.Y. JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

T J3SD «Y. JULY 5. At the 8unbur>t 39 tons of stone have j been raised for the fortnight, iraking 130 ] tons on top. ' , The faces in the Golden Gats are looking well, and 3^3 tons of stone were raised for the fortnight. 338 tons hare been crushed for 769»z of gold. . Things were a little better in the share marketyesterday, and Kelly's Queen Block, No. ? Queen, and Par nan Brilliant and j Victoria showed improvement. tome heavi-y mineralised done was | br night in yesterday from the Identity from | V-eyoad the cro«scourse, wluch wa-» lutlieito j supposed to cut the goll beiring stone out. j At Mills* United there is a reef 4ft thick in I the end of So. 6 lev-1, and reef in the stopee 1 above vary from 4 to 8ft thick. In No 5 j levi 1 the r ef is a bit broken up in the end, but in the stopes above it is from 4 to lift, i here are 3 ft of crushing stuff in the end of No 4 level, and the reef in the etopes above averages 10ft in thickness. During the fort night 2390 trucks of stone...

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ADMIRAL SCOTT'S IDEA. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

ABMEBA.il SCOTT'S IDEA. LONDON, Jane 30. Richard Temple, in the National Meview, supports Admiral Scott's idea to make the Pacific Islands a recruit ing depot under Imperial control, the recruiting ground embracing the IiOaisiade Archipelago, Moresby, Nor manby. Goodenough, Fergusson, and Solomon Islands, and inclading the New Hebrides.

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Managers' Reports. QUEEN CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Managers9 Eeportsl QtEES CEIsTKAXi. J g\ Brown, manage'-, reports under date j July 2nd :-Your shaft has been sunk during the past fortnight 14ft, making total from straight. 280ft 6m. We cut some stone on the "hanging wall, and lia4 one breaking down; it shows gold very freely- 1 he stone is about I6ia thick on'Hie south side of the shaft, but h 8 not crossed the shaft yet; the formation is not so lar^e bS when last ^ reported, but looks well. 1 will be able to j tell more about the reef in my next report, or when we get further undrr it, as it appeals to be bunchy at present. DAT DAWN 3 WEST. W. IF, l ianimat, manager, reports under date July 1st:-The contractors have sunk the shaft a further distance of 5ft, making a depth of 165ft below No 8 level. There are about 15in of rubble stone carrying a lot of mineral, come in from the eastern end of the shaft, and is making further to the west as we sink on it. This is the best iudicakon of a reef that I have seen in the shaft for a lo...

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M[?]LS' DAY DAWN UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Miris* Mf s&wi raiTBa. 3. Henderson manager, reports under <iate Julj 4 :-I herewith submit you my report on work done in your mine during the pa*t fortnight. No 6 level has been extended 12ft carrying a reef that -will average 4ft in thick ness of giod quality, tli1! stopss over the lewl carry a reef which varies in thickness from 4 to 8ft of good quality, a winze has been com menced under the level, and sunk 9ft by con tract. No 5 level is extended 6ft, the reef is broken up in the end of level at present-, the stopes over the level carry a reef vhieh varies in thickness from 4 to lift of fair quality. Winzes-Carvoolth and party sunk 16ft at which point Ihey holed on !So Metopes, total depth 106 feet. Smith and party sunk 20ft. No 4 level has been extended 3ft, there is about 3ft of crushing stuff in the end at present, the stoprs ever the level are looking well, carrying an average of 10ft of reef o'" very fair quality. No 3 level.-Dingle and party hare sunk th...

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Etheridge Mining. (From the Mining Journal June 28th.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Eilieridge mining. (From the Mining Journal J line 28tli.) A crushing of 165 tons from the Inter national claim at the Rocky cleaned up on Saturday night at the Donnybrook mill for 166jz 3dvris of smelted gold. The If 1.1 South National at Lanefi Creek (Messrs Stamp and party) have just had a cleaning np at Burke's mill from 10S tons which yielded 15'£oz of retorted gold. It is rumored that a rich specimen patch has been met with in the National p.c. at Lanes Creek ; a tea-chest fall of Hie stone is said to co afcftin 300oz of gold. Msss rg George and p trty are holders of this property which we trust will continue giving them similar returns. * Our reporter visited the Lord Kelson mine at the Lighthouse en Thursday last. A lot of work is being done and a splendid system of management is being adopted with a view of properly developing ike property, the machinery and appliances are replete with everything that is required to reduce the cost of handling the stone, and should the yiel...

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

.....: ^ v J>-+ " S£.-ii .._ r r .; " :;; FROM FROM FROM FROM O R T A -TO ALL IF YOU SUFFER Depression of Spirits, Fains in the Back, Irregular Action of the Heart, Spots before the Awkwardness in company, no interest in daily occupation, OR Nervous Debility, Tired Feeling in the morning even after several hours' sleep, Involuntaiy Blushing, Loss of Memory, Dimness of Vision, Indigestion, OR Eruptions on the Face, Keck, or Shoulders, Loss of Energy, Loss of Power, any form of Skin or Blood Disease, Kidney or Liver Diseases, in short x w *wj m *f ? m Any form of Nervous, Chronic, or Special Disease, do not lose any time, but at once write to MOORE AMD HOGG THE EMIXKXT NORTH QUAY, BRISBANE. A D V I C FREE. OUR ELECTRIC) BELT, price 12s. <kL, se.it (post free) to any address* r -* - * .i- ; Ta .. ". * ?*; ??* DR. J. MOORE'S :3." B.* J- " AUSTRALIAN LIVER PILL WILL CURE Indigestion, Flatulence, Heaitbm^ a Healthy Hue to the Skin. W . f for them and do not toe put off with ...

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MR. DIBBS. LONDON, Jane 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

MB. BIBBS. IJONDON. Jane SO. The Queen gives Mr Dibbs j&a audi ence on Friday at Windsor. It Is re ported he will be knighted, if willing to accept, The interview with Mr Goschen has been postponed.

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AN HEIRESS. LONDON. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

AN HEIRESS. LONDON. June 29 Ill the action in the Qoeeos Bench, .Fillers v. Wyndham fioper Curzon and Fife, on a promissory note for £1000, a verdict was returned for plaintiff, the Court holding the hus band alone was liable for his wife, ! who was an infant in the eyes of the law when the note was signed. It , was stated in Court the wife was the | heiress of James Bayne, of Adelaide, ta the extent of £10,000 a year.

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

THIS fiPBT DOTIB^ABf V :f - vlitiflriHWL Jfflriii ilrt Two hundred and fifty tons of sal vage have been, landed fipom the Port Douglas, "? "/v.- i \ *.. .''--V

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THE PAN-BRITANNIC CONTESTS. LONDON,June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE PAM-BRITANNIO OONTESTS. IfONDOu, June 30. j Mr Koe, President of the Oxford University Boating, Club, in the I Fortnightly Beviews advocates that the winner of the Grand Challenge Cap at Henley should represent England In the eight-oar race amateurs should row the Henley course in the middle , of July, in every fouri&L or Sikh year, under thepan-Britannic scheme. He - urges that amateurs and professionals should he open to eompetein the s&alW eoDi^ to be from Putney to Iforaafee.

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE GENERAL ELECTION. LONDON, June 29. Mr Balfonr, in a speech at Man chester last night, said a compulsory eight-hour measure would be imprac ticable, and would destroy every in dustry in Great Britain. Mr Goscben, in the course of a speech, intimated that his Government had, during its term of office, accumu lated a surplus of £12,000,000.

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A PLOT THAT CANNOT BE SWALLOWED. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

IJONBON, L The cablegrain menlaoaiiig tlbe plofc iosmrder Sir S. W. Griffith andpro minent membersofihe Assembly lias created mack amazement, and is con

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The Percy River. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] PERCYVILLE,June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

The Percy River. pFBOM OUB COEBEBPOHDKKT.] j PEEQYvrtEK, Jane 20. ] This being my first letter from this rising field I cannot do better than begin by describ ing the position of its township. It is situ ated on the north bank of the left hand branch of the Percy River, which at the township runs nearly due east and west, and the wiain street runs along a fiat parallel with the river. On the south side of the street are found first a blacksmith's, then Healy Bros' store and hotel, and crossing the Georgetown and Mt Hogan road, W. Suhle's ten bead battery. On the opposite side are Martin Kane's butcher's shop facing Healy*s store; Calvert's billiard room and Ward's hotel facing the battery, and W. Gordon's cordial factory facing the side upon which our lucky townsman, Galloway Johnson, is about to erect a hoteL Mrs Chesterman from down your way, is also building on the zise overlooking the river with the intention of making a bid for some of our surplus cash, and numerous residences ...

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

GrlHiXi JL2STJD OE^JSTB STEEETS, CaARTEES TOWERS. ' EDWARD NOCK, AVUiTG assumed the Proprietorship of the above Hotei, and tiiorougiilj renovated the House from stem to stern, hereby invites his Old Friends ftnd the Public in General to call and try his brands of Liquors. NOTHING BUT THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING KEPT, and that is not kept longer than possible, as everybody who calls is attended to instanter. A GOOD TABLE AND FIRST CLASS ATTENDANCE.

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VICTORIA EAST EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

VICTOBlA EAfiT EXTENDED. : it. js. Mahoney, manager, reports for the j fortnight ending July 1: The contractor jhave extended thesouth-eaetern level a ""farther distance of 13ft, making a toted dis- ? tance from the Bhaft of 126ft. There is -abbot - a foot of hard formation on the hanging-wall, with veinB of quartz through it, and about 4 or Sin of soft formation, with bunchesof quartz intermixed on the footwall. liOKD BTAiriBY BLOCK. W. H". Pemberton, manager, reports under .date July 1:-The contractors have sank; your shaft a further depth of 7^nukmg a - total depth of 119ft 3in, and leaving 16ft -for them to rank to complete their contract. One of those heeds that I mentioned in the last report has been carrying a Bmall vein of quartz for the last few feet, and inside of the head the conntry is heavily charged with .mineral, and very hard both for boring and shooting, but it has improved a little for the ilast couple of shifts. DAN O'CONNELIu James Imxon, manager, reports under d...

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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Managers' Reports. HTODKS TB&&8T7BE NO. 1 SOUTH. W. Bickatd, manager, reports underkdate 27th w»nfc. :-The contractors have sunk 6ft. ftin| which completed their contract of 50ft They continued on wages, and timbered 27ft, 8ft of which was in the contract. Tito total depth sunk is 239ft, and total timbered 212ft. The country consists of granite. SXAB OF HOPE, I Michael Covne, manager, reports .under date, June 27tfc: I beg leave to report on work done in your mine for the past fort night. We have finished timbering and I some repairs to the road. Your underlie has been sunk 2ft, making distance from bottom . ! of straight shaft 304ft. Contractors started j On Monday, the 20fcb. Owing to holidays we did not measure them up thiB week. I ; NO 2 EA.8T VICTORIA. J. Roberts, manager, reports under date June 27thDuring the past fortnight we have driven the drive a further distance^of I9ft, mnln'Tig a total distance from shaft 25ffc There is nothing fresh to report. The for ...

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The Victoria Transformations. A GREAT RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

The Victoria Tran§for matioDS. A GEE AT B33GQ3D. We have received the first half-yearly report and balance-sheet of the Victoria Gold Wining Association (Chatters Towers), which verifies the old proverb that ** & raise by any other name would smell as sweet." In "the last six years the company has had four different names, and has been steadily ?productive under all. As the Victoria CkM. Co. Ltd., 1382 tons of stone were crashed for 4261oz worth £15,265, and £7200werepwd in dividends. Under the title Sew Victoria GJL Co Ltd., 2893 tons were treated for 11219oz, worth £38,141 and £22,000 were paid in dividends. The same happy record was pre served hy the Victoria &-H. Co. ( -barters Towers), No Liability, which raised 1481 tons for 78lloz worth £26,471, from which £14,400 was piid in dividends, and £4000 carried to reserve fund. Last change of all comes the existing Victoria Gold Mining Association (Charters Towers), No Liability, in 150,000 shares fully paid up to £1...

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

#1. DUNWOODIE, " COMMERCIAL HOTI5L, FLINDERSSTREET, TOWNSVILLE. -;,;v£jfi^eLASS ACCOMMODATION. Only the BestBrands of Wines & Spirits kept in Stock. : vVaatMS to Townsville made at Home dnxing their Stay. ; M, DUNWOODIE, I*roTiistbeb6. I METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Hi&dess SteeelWest, fewssviUe. cess mmrnts m bmemis is® mum BOOMS WELL VENTILATED. PLUNGE AND SHOWER BATHS. None bat the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits Kept PATRICK Connell. PROPRIETOR. THE PALACE HOTEL, Flinders Street, Townsyille. BILUARD ROOMS. SPLENDIDLY APPOIHTEB BAR. LARGEST AND BEST FURNISHED CLUB ROOM. CUISINE UNEQUALLED IN TOWN. Ample Stabling Accommodation. HENRY FISHER, prqpbietob. [i CIBD.] IN TOWNSVILLE. Day B&ws Hotel, E- MILVERTON, Proprietor. / 20 YEAKS SXEWABB X3T THE OLD A.S.ST. Co. HOTEL FOR SALE. A CENTRALLY SITUATED HOTEL. ^jgSlpR. J. G. BROOKS, having decided to give up business, wishes to sel tSSftfe his ENTERPRISE HOTEL at Queentoa. This house is on^of the best Hotel Investments i...

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

- - Ai' :" ' WHOLBSALE Ali© RETAIL PEODtJCE MERCHANT AND FAMILY GROCER, Sadd's Ridge, Queenton TIAMDjIES waited upon, and Goods £ delivered to ell parks of the field ?daily. MISS LAING, MILLINER, DRESS AND HABIT MAKER, MEXT MEDICAL HALL, Otll-street, Ciiarlers Towers. ^TAXKS. BATHS. H. SEWELL, TINSMITH, PLUMBER, & GALVANISED IRON WORKER, ST. GEORGE'S CHEEK, GILL-STREET, QUEENTON. and Water Laid on at fi&easonaltle Rates. Estimates given. Orders punctually attended to. OPPOSITE LISSNER PARK OHARTEBS TOWERS. w. H I T E , PROPRIETOR. WAYERLEY HOTEL, LOWER MOSMAN-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. MRS. SCHINKEL, PROPRIETRESS. @£ Wimm in> WXIMII ^HIM !n33HO y NOSdWOHiL P11® siq jo joa«j ojnoas diqsrreuE^aoM pooS pros ss0o^draoj;d adoij pros 'gS&NHSJia DJtflHilWS^oVia @ -S.aaATIO NHOP paseqojiid 8A<eq Xai# yev$ aauuonae *>gj 'aaxma mhuk Hvan 'NaaHQ v NOSdWOH^ ?. R. HOPKINSON MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION" OF SADDLERY AND HARNESS, HAS great p...

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