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Shipping News. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

ABUVm Jane 27.-Dancing Wave, sen, Captain Calder, from Maiyborough. Aplin, Brown and Co., Ltd., agents. June 27.-Kingswear, b, Captain Farmer, from Maryborough. Aplin, Brown and Co., Ltd, agents. June 27.-Chilian s, Captain Lawsoo, from Dungenness. Aplin, Brown and Co., Ltd, agents. June 28-Arawatta, e. Captain F G- Lee, from Southern ports. Passengers-Mesdames T E McDonald, J C Leete, Harry Kiekards, W G Williams, Martin, fiarper, Bice, Boas, Hoolahan, Anderson; Misses Bnckland, E Thompson, Henning, Rolfe, Honey, Stan bridge, L Wild, A Edney, Parsons, Lart, Bice, E Harper, Kendall, Bice, G Anderson; His Lordship Bishop Birlow; Bev Canon Edwards; Dr Hyman; Messrs W Q Yates, Anderson, 6- Anderson Jnr, G- Gordon, 3 Brown, F Raymond. Lampaw, Rivers, Lang ton, G- Graeewood, T W Webb, C 3 Buck land, H P Dixon, A Brierley, B Bolder, W Beattie, M Bentley, H Burton, A Lucas, J C Leete, Haray Rickards, 3 Scrowcroft, A B Want, T 3 Ledingham, J 3 Kingsbury, J A Kenyon, A Overend, Cross, E P W ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

&E find that- Epfiideats of Towns and Outlying- Dis iaHffitB are rapidly grasping ffac fell Post System, by which parcels weighing to eleven (11) pounds can be sent to any post town in the colony connected with Brisbane, by rail or steamer, or by both, at therateof 6d. for the first lb., and 3iL for each additional lb., or part of a lb., tip to the maximum weight (11 lb,); the postage ?on which is 3s. ; Goods weighing over lllb.canbe divided into two or more parcels, so fey this system;. Of<M)iirse,whenthereifiany con siderable weight, itwil! b» cheaper to «e«d them by the nsnal carrvinir 3&8831S. In addition to th-3 above, small parcels limited to 16ounces may be «ent toevcry part of the Colonyat IdL for every 2 ounces or fractionof 2 ounces, GLOVES, JLaces^ RiBBOSS,HAND KERCHIEFS, SMAiLWAKES, ofwhich we always hflve a splendid stock, in /^prices and =ibis post to the best advantage. Under the parcel post almost every article inonr establishment canbe sen...

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

THE Boulia correspondent of the Winton Herald, writes as follows:-Atthe police court, on the 10th instant Edwin de Satge and Will lam Mills were charged with abducting an aboriginal girl about 10 years old, from Bou lia on the 3rd instant. Both prisoners plead ed not guilty. Constable John Smith deposed to the arrest of prisoners on Suliman freely near Buckingham Downs. De Satg<M(«Sg£ ih ~^ss0 camp, while Mills was out for horses- The girl was also in camp, dressed in boy's clothes, and was called Bob. De Satge elated he in tended to keep her as a boy for a couple of years- He found two revolvers and a large quantity ofamunitioa inca.mp. When Mill* returned, he (Smith) arrested both pri8:<ners and conveyed them to Boulia. Johnny .? Hamilton, an intelligent aboriginal, acted as interpreter, but his services were required but little, the evidence being free From cross-ex amination. Maggie (mother of the girl), Aleck St. Oage, and W. Walker also gave evidence, whi...

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PARLIAMENT. (By TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

(By Teee&baph.) Bkisbake, Jane 28. In the Assembly, Mr. Glassey was ruled out of order by the Speaker in attempting, under cover of an adjournment "of the motion, to reply to charges made against him in Committee on the Elections bill on Thursday. The Souse in Committee re sumed consideration of the Elections Sill at Clause 2, repeals of Sections 4 and 5, 86 Act. _ MsMEHaBaey then, after a lengthy opposi tion by Mr. Nelson and the concurrence of the Chairman of Committee, replied to the Premier's charges, giving them the most cmpliatic denial, asserting that no Mends of his were discussing a new policy of murder, and he challenged the Premier to give proof. of it, or that he (Mr. Glassey) had preached sedition. Sir Thomas Mcllwraifch made a warm speech, advising Sir S. W. Griffith not to reply to Mr. Glassey,5 and charged the labor; members with monopolising the pages of Mansard, The Clause was then passed on division bf 41 to 4 An amendment to Clause 3, by Hr. Glasaey, to i...

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

JNew Croods tor the Present Season* E. HOBBS & <30. EE Just opening a Choice Lot of Goods, consisting of Clothe., Tweeds, Doeskins, Series, and Sergerettes, &c., direct from the Manufacture!?} Orders Executed at the Shortest Notice AND At the Lowest Remunerative Prices for Ready Money. Having secured the services of F. G. Hobbs as Cotter, from Sydney, all work will be under his supervision, so that every Garment will be guaranteed to give satisfaction. Trouser Cutting a Speciality. Every attention paid to orders from the Country. Patterns, and Cards with instructions for self measurement forwarded. Address: Your Patronage Solicited E. HOBBS & CO., Mosman Street, next to kernels' Store. ^ THE TOWERS TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, GILL STKEET, Next Door to Court House Hotel. Messrs. VERNEK BROS., OF BBIS SANE, Having opened a branch on the Towers at the above address, are prepared to do FIRST CLASS TAILORING At Brisbane prices,, and have a large stock of W...

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AN ADMISSION. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

AN ADMISSION. LONDON, July 3. Those accused of BeltecheiFs murder at Sofia have made "a remarkable admission and implicate the Russian Consul, Bourgas. They admit attempt ing to shoot Prince Ferdinand ill 1890.

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ARBITRATION. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

ARBITRATION LONDOH, July 3. The Bootmakers' strike has been, referred to arbitration. A STEAMER WRECKED. [ LOJSDON, July 3. I The Inman line steamer City of | Chicago ran ashore at the head of Kinsale in a heavy £03. 400 pas* sengers were landed in boats. SPORTING ITEMS. LONDON, July 3; Lord Francis Hope has purchased the filly New Zealand for 500 guineas. Yale College beat Harvard by six lengths. THE UGANDA TROUBLE. LONDON, Jnly 3. The French missionaries declare the Protestants at Uganda have again attacked the Catholics, assisted by Captains Lingard and Williams. BISMARCK CLIMBS DOWN. LONDON, July 3. Bismarck, in a moderate tone, dis claims enmity to General Capri vi.

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A GOOD PRICE. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

A GOOD MICE. The Ipswich. corporation loan of 32288,000 at & per cent, averaged 95

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THE SOLVER QUESTION. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE SIIi¥EB, QUESTION. LIOMJON", JULY o. Mr Stewart's Silver Bill has passed the Senate by 29 to 25, with th© proviso added requiring all silver coined to go to. the Treasury.

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

DEPARTURES. June 27-Burdekiix, e, Captain J. Keir, for Fort DougUs, via ports. Apliu, Brown, and Co, Ltd, aeeatB. 'June 28.-Palmer, 6, Captain A. W. Clarke, for Cairns; via porta. Passengers Mesdames Dooner, Flannigan, Stewart; Mifites Wyatt, Wilson, Ferguson, Troueive; Inspector fsley; Messrs. Frith, Peson, Cellerannj, Kenion, Wareham, Wyatt, and 13 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. June 28-Palmer* b, Captain Clark, for | Cairns via ports. Passengers-Mesdames Dooner, Flannigan, Stewart; Misses Wyatt, Wilson, Ferguson, Tronsire; Inspector Isley; MesBrs Frith, H. V. Deson, Elleramy, E. J. B. Wareham, Kearon, Wyatt; and thirteen in the steerage- Burns, Philp and Co, Ltd, agents. June 30-Changeba, s, Captain Williams, for Hongkong via ports, with through pas- j eengers from the south. Aplin, Brown and Co, Ltd, agents. j June 30-Kingswear, Captain Williams,' for Maryborough. BurnB, Philp and Co., (.td, agents. | July 1-Dugong, s, Captain Vipan, for' Brisbane direct, Burns, ...

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THE FROZEN MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

I OCHE FROZEN MEAT MABKET. Mb A. T. Towbks, manager of the Cen tral Markets Cold Air Stores, Ltd, Smith field £iondon, reports as follows, under date May 20th During the past 14 days the re cent large arrivals have been put into stores, together with the fresh consignments per " Star of Ktgland" and *' Boric.' The quantities now on hand are far in excess of what axe required in the usual course of trade. The result of these increasing stocks will be still lower prices than those ruling to-day, and these are distinctly easier than they were it fortnight ago. It would be more advantageous to ihe colonies to regu ate the supplies sent here than it would be to adopt all the other means or keeping up prices which hav* been suggested. The regulation of the quantities shipped and the still further distribution of consignments into other hands instead of the absorption, mainly by two or three firms, would be of immense value to. the consignors «f meat. Mutton.-A refera^ce to tlie following ...

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

.'---- .' -- .* - ? .. __ . .' " . .. ^ . . '.. '*'? . ?: '." ' ":-/r": "". . ... ': " ?-.- . , ? NORTH QUEENSLAND 'S CLUB CHARTERS TOWERS. -:0 : IS&VGVRAI, XKKX1B6 TO BE HELD ON THE CHARTERS TOWERS RACECOURSE ON THURSDAY. 28TH JULY. FLYING HANDICAP. Of-50 BOYS. ; second torse 6 sovs. frooi the prize; 6 furlongs; nomination 1 gov., acceptance \\ SOYS. HACK RACE. * ^jsecond horse 3 sovs. from the prize, for all approved hacks which a*1 the time of starting have not won a prize of the value of 6 SOYS, or over; 1 mile; catch weights; nomination 15s. j TATTERSALL'S HANDICAP, Of 125 SOYS. ; second horse 15 sovs.; third horse 5 sovs. from the prize; 1£ miles; nomination 1 SOY, acceptance 5 sovs. SHORTS HANDICAP. Of 40 SOYS. ; second horse 5 sovs. from the prize. Winner of the Flying' Handicap to carry 7 lbs. penally; 5 furlongs; nomination 1 sov., ac ceptance 1 sov. BOOKMAKER'S PURSE. Of 70 sovs; second horse 10 sovs from the prize. Winner of the Flying Handicap to carry 51b penal...

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(BY CABLE.) LONDON, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

(BY CABXJ3.) LONDON, JUNE 25. At yesterday's public auction of AuBtra lasian tallow the number of casks offered was 1851, and the number sold 1325. The price realised for mutton tallow, medium, was 25s6d per cwt; and for beef, medium, 24a per cwt. The English wheat market is weak in tone, without any quotable change in prices. The Continental markets are depressed, and the American market is showing a general decline in prices. Hides.-Salted Queensland ox are quoted at2fd per lb. ' Basils, Australian strained, are quoted from 8dto Is Sid per lb. The total quantity of wool catalogued to date since the opening of the present series of sales is 164,600 bales, and the quantity sold 141,000 bales.

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

THE Church of Quiet Sunday School Anniversary was celebrated on Sunday, the 26th instant, when the little church was full -to overflowing, the chair being occupied by Mr. Brand, who, with a few opening re marks, gave a brief outline of the progress of iheschooL The choir was conducted by Mr. Steel, and they deserve much credit- for the manner in which their part of the entertain ment was performed. At the opening they sang the anthem " Hosannah," and this was followed by a recitation entitled "Fraying Always, nicely given by Miss A. Clark. Mr. J. Hanlrirvis then recited " Call my brother back to me," following which Miss J. Thompson recited the second psalm. The next item was by the choir, who sang " Give me the Wings of Faith," after which Miss Ellen Walker re cited " The Child's Hymn of Praise." Mr Henderson addressed the children at some' length on "The Power of God," after which they sang "I lore to hear the Story," which was followed by recitations from Mies E. Petrofski and Mr...

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(BY TEELEGRAPH.) BRISHBANE, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

(BY TEI.EGBA.PH.) BBEBBAHB, Jane 90. I ICessBB B. D, Morehe&d and Co. report: 280 cattle were yarded; the market is doll; 3290 sheep were penned; prime qualities are unaltered, but medium and inferior were Is 6d lower. We sold 180 cattle and 1000 sheep.

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

-AND MOSMAN STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. BWIlllli is a true friend to its owner, and were its merits and the advan tages afforded by its lise more generally studied, it would be much more commonly used than is now the case. A GOOD WINDMILL costs no more to erect than does an inferior one, and this is a point to be carefully borne in mind. The motive power-wind-being a free gift of Nature, the first cost of a windmill may be said to be practically the only cost, the expense of maintenance being very trivial. The " PERKINS " Mill is to be thoroughly relied upon, It has no mechanical " notions," but is as simple as ABC, is well made, and a perfect regulator-that is, in storms it automatically puts itself out of work until the violence of the wind abates, when it at once again automatically goes into work. The question as to what sort and size of Pump po use with a Windmill is a matter to be determined in each case by the work required to be done. A few illustrations are given on the left h...

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

HI LEONARD begs TO inform the BIISINESS POBLIC of Charters Towers, the Secretaries OF OoldMining Companies and other Local Institutions THAT he has recently imported from LJONDON one OF the Latest Improved Plants for the manufacture ofRubber Stamps, and hopes to receive a share of *HE public patronage. THE prices are strictly reasonable, audthe article supplied is guaran teed to give satisfaction. £ large stock of Mounts and other appliances for HUE repair of Rubber Stamps always on hand. ADDRTSS all orders case of NOBTHERN MINES Office Gill-street,Charters Towers. M RS G REEN, (UTAH STREET, HBKT TO MASONIC HALL). 3> » ESS \M A Ladies in the Conntiy can have A Good KT by sending Pattern HNA:<W_ MELBOURNE HOUSE, , MBS TE1GEAJE. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. Dress, Mantle, and Habit Making BufeijiliBlimiait, Having received a choice assortment of Winter Goods, Wedding and Mourning Costumes made up on the Shortest Notice. LADIES' AND CHILDREH'S UDERCLOTHING IN stock, Hodgkinson...

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Harpy Rickards Comedy Company. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Harpy Blekardg Comedy <"ompany» Thkbe is no more successful caterer for the public amusement than Harxy Rickards, whose fame may be said io be almost world wide. He is familiar with all the more im portant towns throughout the Australian colon ea and his advent is always one of rejoicing amongst playgoers. He has again returned from one of his periodical tripe to the old country, hanging with him a new Comedy Company, and one which he has as usual, selected with a considerable amount of judgment. Harry Rickards is unlike some theatrical stars, who attempt to usurp all the honors at the expense of the rest of the company, end in his little troupe every member is given ample scope to earn dis tinction. There is one matter which requires mention before proceeding to details of the performance, and it has been a growing evil here now for some lime past. A number of larrikins from the back seats have the habit, as the house is filling, of hooting and groaning at the front seat...

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

LIVER COMPLAINT. Is the cause of many pains and aches which some people consider are separate and dis-» fcincfc complaints. Headaches, palpitation, indigestion, flatulence, &c, are symptoms of a disordered liver and stomach. Many are the quad: nostrums sold as cores for " indi gestion ;" but surely the -world is getting sufficiently enlightened to see through the quackery which is so prevalent in this coun try. There are broken down plumbers, pain ters, plasterers, and printers selling ** medi cines " to core diseases of which these people do not even know the symptoms,-to say noth ing of the therapeutics. Such is not the case, however, with Dr Fiet.her's Pill?. These axe the prescription of one of Eng land's most eminent physicians and patholo gists, and have been n«d most successfully by him for the last thirty years in private and hospital practice. They have ever been fonnd effectual in all bilious, stomach and liver complaints, and can be used by both sexes with the utm...

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

HURT jyQUSE S Gill-street. WILLIAM WHITE. M.I.SiV., fraiHm nnw soHirtt &. WiTHngj Lnndj dud otlici" Surygyg Made. and-Goid Fields Homesteads, Leases, &C. BUCKLAJfD'S BUILDINGS, Cliartcrg Towerg. «. J. R KAEV, 33E3 3DE3STTIST, of Soutii American Medline Co.) ?Is IM)IV PF(LCTI/SI/TB^ his PROFESSIOIH IN all its BRANCHES* M -'osum,. CMLLDREIPS TEETff REGULATED. All Artificial Work Warranted. ADDRESS W J. ft K/MJS, c/o ME. MCDebmott, 'Chemist, Mosman-et. Charters Upwers. * JMPORTER op F&ESH J^RUIT. Consignments received by Every Steamer. Country Orders,<fcc., receive Special Personal Attention. LOWEST QUOTATIONS. jNote Address F L I'M" D E a s - 8 T REET, TOW T* k«A.DI«EY ASTD CO. STOCK, STATION & GENERAL COM MISSION AG -NTS . ASTD A IT c t i o ar le g b s ; SuRKExowar. CUSTOM HOUSE AGENTS. AGXSTB BOS ia.1 Life Association of Australia, Colonial Mutual Fre Association, Queesglmd UTiiling CnmpgnjL J, T. BRADLEY & CO. AUCTIOJfEEKS, &am...

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