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FEARFUL MORTALITY. LONDON, JulY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

FEABFETL MORTALITY. IiONUON, July 1 It is reported cholera has broken out at Brindisi and Iiataano. The mortality at Baku is enormous, and has cansed a panic.

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

JOSEPH M A LL Wishes to inform Ms numerous acquaintances, and. the public generally that lie has commenced business IN THE GOAGHIRG LlfUE First-class Coach with Civility and Attention. Private Address : Ring-street, <X>ACH AVAILABLE AT ALL HOURS, % J I^ffievde-ld- 4at *$eta amel SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. C. & CO., having opened a Branch b'hop in GiH-street, next door to & m Peter Strang, -are now better prepared to meet their old customers _and the general public in anything in the BUfLDING OR FURNISHING LINE. Having now been in business on Charters Towers for the last ten years, they can be trusted to turn out all work in their usual First-class style. mm em I. ci^im § c@ GILL STREET. CHARTERS TOWERS. Charters Towers jErated Water and Ice KING- STREET MESSRS. J. ROMBERG & CO., having purchased the business lately a carried on by H. Webb, and secured the services of Mr. "Rgnfian Parker as Superintendent of the rated Water business and Ice > Work...

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

MR DIBBS. LONDON. JANE 30. Mr Dibbs Lunches with the Queen. Speaking at a banquet of the Chambers of Commerce Congress Sir Charles Tapper highly eulogised the patriotism of New: South Wales as shown by the Soudan contingent. Mr Dibbs replied and said be was highly gratified at the handsome compliment. He said foreigners in every part of the Empire should assist the mother country in case of emergency.

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MR. DIBBS. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

MR. DIBBS. LONDON, July 1. ] Mr. Dibbs, accompanied by Lord Knufcsford, lunched at the Castle with members of Her Majesty's suite, and afterwards bud a short interview with the Queen, Lord Knutsford being* pre sent. Mr. Dibbs will address the city branch of the Federation League on Thursday respecting the financial position of Australia.

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

A SEIZURE. LONDON, July 3. The United States -has Beized the | British steamer Coquittam and 251 sealers for poaching in Behrings Sea.,

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THE KING OF ROUMANIA. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

1 THEKIK& OF ROUMAMA. I JJOHDON. July 1. 1 The King of Eonmania has been | created a Knight of the Garter.

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

] A BUTTEE aBADEEL Oovernment is is batter giadiog It Is

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THE EIGHT OAR CONTEST. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE EIGHT OAROONTEST. LONDON. June 30. If the Americans are unable to send an eight oar crew. Oxford will not accept the challenge of Australia.

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£1000 DAMAGES. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

£1000 DAMAGES. LONDON, Jane 3Q., I The Bosphore Egyptien paper lias been mulcted in £1000 damages for libelling the English doctors in the hospital at Cairo.

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

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CONGRESS. LONDON, July 1. The final sitting of the Chamber of Cammerce Congress passed motions in favor of State aided immigration, decimal coinage, Impeinai penny post- ( age, and abolition of light-house dues.

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THE WARWICK SHOW. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE WARWICK SHOW. LONDON, July 1. The Prince of Wales visited Chaff -y Bros.' stand at the Warwick show, and expressed much gratification at the progress of irrigation in the colonies.

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CHAPTER XI.— 'HOLY PALMER'S KISS.' [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

MB. WILLIAM BLACK. OHAPTERXT.-« HOLT PALMEB'S KISS.' &33Kr.:-Sr:5" S&ESgp^ii^r" This was a bright and cheerful afternoon in November; and old George Bethune and his grand daughter were walking downliegent street. A brilliant afternoon, indeed; and the scene around them was quite gay and animated; for the wintry sunlight was shining on the big shop fronts, and on the basy pavements, and on the open carriages that rolled by with their occupants gorgeous in velvet and sUk and fur. .Nor was Geroge Befchune moved to any spirit of envy by all this display of luxary and wealth; no more than he was op fnsessed by any sense of solitariness amid this slow moving, murmuring 'crowd. He walked with head erect, lie paid but little heed to the passers by.; be was singing aloud, and that in a careless and florid fashion "The boat rocks at the pier o* Leifch, Fu' load the wind bl&ws frae the ferry, The ehiprides by the Berwick Law" . And I maun leave my bonnie Mary." * But su...

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

>. 1 s"'?Av; 3STeto Kofecl, BLACK, Author of " A Princess of Tlmle," " Sabina Zembra," " The New Prince . BV»4?amalni8,®* &c., &c. A.11 Bijglitt 'e(3U ? # *.**"--*- * # *#»*?? ^# ***** * *-* * * * * * * *

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"WHY HE NEVER LOOKED BEHIND HIM. "After this I never looked behind me." [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

"WHY HE NEVER LOOKED BE HIND HIM." " After I never .looked behind me" This isa very common expression. WJhafcj do people mean by it? ' 1 of s wife looked be hiwd her and was changed into a pBkr of salt. A locomotive driver in * merica looked j behind him one day Inst summer and so ?] didn't see an open drawbridge in front of him.; Hence a wreck and great loss o' life. A man I in London failed to look behind him and was j run down by a hansom. What shall we do i as a ride? Look behind us or not ? We introduce a man who aays hs never looked behind liim-after a certain time. How are we to take his meaning ? Why by : letting him explain it. He goes on to say that in one day in. Feb ruary. 1890, he was suddenly seized with dizziness and pain in his head Like all healthy people, under similar circuinstanc. b, he didn't know what to make of it. He Bays he felt strange and queer, he shivered as though the weather had suddenly turned | cold, and then flushed with the heat as though it had tu...

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THE IMPERIAL ELECTIONS. LONDON, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

THE IMPERIAL ELECTIONS. LONDON, July 2. Sir E. W. Watkin, U, Hythe; Sir A. Borthwick, C, Kensington; George Dixon, 1J, Edgboston (Birmingham); Sight Hon. A. W. Peel, U, Warwick; F. F. Barry, C, Windsor ; Sydney Everslxed, GL., Burton (Stafford); Sir W. EC. Ho aids worth, C, Man chester KW ; Sir Michael Hicks Baaeh, O, Bristol W.; Right Hon. H. H. Fowler, G.L., Wolverhampton; Right Hon. H. C. Villiers, U, Wol verhampton S.; Sir John Lubbock, U, London University; Sir Joseph D. Weston, G.L., Bristol (East); J. Henniker Heaton, O., Canterbury; J. A. Picton. G.L., Leicester; Sir James Whitehead, G.L., Leicester. Bitter opposition to Mr. H. M.j Stanley continues, and the party papers are printing gory passages from Darkest Africa. The streets of Lambeth axe placarded with carica tures of Stanley hectoring cowering natives. Mrs. Stanley is delivering 1 thrilling speeches in support of her husband. Doctors Dale, DaUinger, Williams, and Arthur are appealing to their congregations for suppor...

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

GBEATFUIi-GOMFOBilNGL EPPS'SlCOCflA. BEE A KFAST " By a thorough knowledge . of the natural laws which govern the operations o£ digestion and nutrition, by a careful application of the fine psoperties of well-selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating axound us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We ;may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.''-See article in the Civil Service G-azette. Made simply with boiling water or milk Sold 4~U»- packets by Ghroccrs, labelled thus : JAMES EPPS & CO., HOMXEOPATHIC CHEMISTS, L05TDO X, ENGLAND. Cf«b House Hotel, JAffftS <SATCUJM, iiaviug Leased the above inten...

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The Last Survivor of Trafalgar. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

The I>ast Survivor of Trafalgar. DEATH OF H. LOUIS CABTIGUTSV M. l/ouis Cartignv, tlie last survivor of the battle of Trafalgar, died at Hy&res, France, in April. The deceased, who was in his 101st year, and retained his faculties to the last, served in 1895 as a powder monkey on board the Redoubtable. On the surrender of that vessel to the Temeraire, he was taken to England, where he remained a prisoner of war for a period of fourteen years. Sf. Car tigny was the dayen of the order of the Legion of Honor, and on the occasion of the cele bration of his centenary last year, his coun trymen showed great interest in the veteran. It had been announced that Her Majesty the Queen would pay U, Gartigny a visit during her stay at Hyeres,

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

TINSMITH, mjmBER, & GALVANISED IRON & AH Orders Grcai^anteec to be and io a Workmanlike ? G I . . ' v_ "VO-v~ f:~. ?-'; "S" - v.. ?* ':U .->... N. v ..?.,. . " . . "... ' ' ? It. ? V. D ~ - ' - FIRST Have J cist Opened OF mmwm GOODS, COMPRISING ; AH the Latest Novelties in Shawls, Millinery, Ladies and Chiidrens' Underclothing, Corsets, Ribbons, Laces, In ail Shades and Styles. Berlin Dress Goods-A T&rge Assortment. Nmi's Veiling, Serges and Viennas-A large stock to Ohoose xTroni. - 4 ^ . ' ... .' . ^ '.. . . . . . . .. . ,: / . ^--V- > Velvets, Plushes, in. Every COIot. and Gloves. -Sheeting (in all widths), Quilts, Toilets, Towels (a Large Selection), Flaianels, Blankets, Nets (In jali widifcs). ... '-L" "M" Men's* and Boys' Clothing. i *« thR above iu . .:. .. r-' v ..-n;..r? ??.??.j;^^.- -:; '?.? >-.v;* ?/.*... ?% MA *:£?: i;;: . - :. - ....: .. ,?r . . .. . -.. ' '. ^ : 'O. . W*. Wm W yr: V;-- .

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

QUEENSLAND MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED, ARAMR. CHARTERS TOWERS, BRANCHES AT BRISBANE, TOOWOOMBA, ROCKHAMPTON, IPSWICH, WARWICK, ETC., ETC. T wnpuEK iPLtg. amnt tpswich. >HE above Company having gone to considerable eipenae in procuring the services of a FIRST-CLASS CUTTER FRO if STTICTr prepared to execute ? "® ni"r TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Gentlemen pairing a Perfect Fitting Suit for Barium or Evening Dress cannot do better than paj as a rtsit. We GMVMAEE «r Tweed, Worsteds, &c., as being manufactured from PURE WOOL only, thoroughly shrank and fast colours. FIT AND STYI^E NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. CHOICE SELECTION OF PATrERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. BEADT SHADES, Ac., Ac. We hold a splendid stock of Beady Mades, equal to bespoke. Also Gentlemen's Hercery in Great Variety. Our ALL WOOL BLANKETS are worthy of inspection, warranted to last 2-0 years. The Company's Celebrated Tweeds can only be obtained from their Establishment, Mosman-street; so do not be minimi...

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UGBY FOOSBALL. WANDERERS V WALLAROO[?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

i ucmi FoQSB&Mi. (BY N EMO.) WATfJiERESS V WAXXABOO3, 1 The above matcii, the fir&t of fcbe rouud, was pi <jed at Richmond Hill yesterday afternoon. Tlie afternoon wa-^ fearfully Iiot, no breeze, and the ground hard as nails. The team? hare already t een published, but the 'Ews played fch -<xe men short. At half past 3 Fardon kicled off for the 'Boos', a -d McLean ran it back to oast centre, where the game stayed for some lime until the 'B>oo forwards rueh.-d .he ball to th-? Wanderers' 25. Bronnley relieved by a tick to touch, and, shortl; after, Glenwright, securing, potted «t goal at too long a distance, missed, and Stewart, Wanderer full back, saved. At fire minutes Speikman, Acderson, end McLean - y good running and passing took the game up to the 'Boos' 25, Boyle stopping a good run by Anderson. Still press ng, t e Wanderer backs let the ball go past them by some loose play, but Conuel made up the lost ground and the play stayed at 'Koo...

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