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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

BOXDTCk About 300 sports paid admission to see the fight to a finish, with Goz gloves between Jim Shannon and M. Walsh at the Skating Rink on Saturday night. T. R-odgers and S. Wilson sparred five short rounds to amuse the spectators till the principals entered the ring. Walsh was the first to crawl through the ropes, attended by. his brother and W. Sutton. Shannon, who was esquired by the veteran Tom Morlee and Phillips, Lee's pupil, stepped into the magic circle a few moments after. Neither of the men appeared to be in any thing like condition, if anything Walsh had the advantage in that respect. Phillips won the toss for gloves for Shannon. Both agreed to have Tom Lees as referee, and S. Fullerton as timekeeper. Shannon scales i list Slbs, and Walsh lOst 13lbs. Five i rounds were fonght, Walsh hitting short, and lunging most of the time, while Shan non, who was reserringhis strength, acted on the defensive till the fifth round, when : he began to make matters merry- Uofor fortuna...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILSON'S STATEMENT TO THE REV. R. BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

WILSON'S STATEMENT TO THE BEV. R. BEOWN. The following interesting statement in writing was made by Wilson to the Rev. Ralph Brown on Saturday eve ning, in the gaol: ' Melbourne Gaol, * 8a£urday evening, 21st March, 1891. 'As I am about to die on Monday morning, and must then meet my God, I wish to make a short statement, which may be published after my death. I now know that I must die, and that I must soon give an account of what 1 now say to God, and in his eight. I solemnly declare the following to be the truth concerning the awful deed thatbro light me here and sent poor Stella, that I loved so much, so suddenly into eternity- I had been engaged to her about two months, and I always respected her when out with her, and beleived she was a moral girl. I was greatly annoyed when I saw her out with Mm on the Saturday night, for I loved her dearly, and had betfri Spending all my wages in giving her things. On (Sunday morning, 25th January, I went to St. Kilda to have an explanation ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-I am reluctantly compelled to again trouble you in nference to tiie running of my liorse Corsican on Monday 30th inst. As you are already aware the stewards censured me and my jockey for the running of my liorse on that occasion, but I think that all except those who are wilfully blind will accept my explanation as correct. L said in iny letter that any of the " Marvellous" breed could not cany weight over a mile and my assertion has been fully borne out by the running of Marvel and Carbine. In the mile race Marvel won as he liked, and whilst in the two mile Car bine simply waltzed home. A would-be writer in the Times asks; " We would like to know what course the gentleman named (meaning me) as a straightforward and honest racing man that he claims to be, will feel called upon to pursue." I can inform this individual, whoever he may be, that I intend to conduct my racing as I have always done any business I have been concerned in in a straightforward, manner. 1 d...

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FOREBODINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

FOREBODINGS. When vromans rights have come to stay, Oh, who will rock the cradle ? When wires a*e at the polls all day Oh, who will rock the cradle ? When doctor Mamma's making pille, When Merchant Mamma's selling bills, Of coarse 'twill cure all woman's ills, But who will rock the cradle P When mamma to the court has hied, Oh, who will rock the cradle ? She hag a case tfast must be tried, Bat who will rock the cradle? When Captain Mamma walks her decks, When Banker Mamma's cashing cheques, When all our girls have lost their sex. Must PAPA Bock The cradle ?

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HAWKESBURY RACE CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

HAWKESBUB.Y RACE CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. (BY EI/ECTKIC TELEGRAPH. (FROM OTJB OWN COBBBSPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, April 9. This morning turned out beautiful for the first day's racing in connection with the Hawkesbury B>. O- Autumn Meeting. There had been some misunderstanding between the Bookmakers' Association and the Hawkesbury Race Club, and many thought it would interfere with the attendance, but at the last hour everything was amicably settled, and there was a very large gathering. The course was in splendid going order; and the surroundings looked fresh and welL The following were the results : Hubble EACE, of 100 SOTS, 2 miles. First Light, 1; Hengist, 2: Kankipoo, 3. Other starters: Stimulant, Grandson and The Mason. Betting: 5 to 4 The Mason, 5 to 1 Kankipoo and Stimulant, 6 to 1 Hengist, 7 to 1 First Light. Kankipoo went off with a slight lead, and raced over the first jump just in front of the others, but they were all going at a slow pace. On passing the stand the order was St...

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False Teeth Lengthen Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

False Teetlif LeBj^keii Life. VERT few people realize how muph the dentist has done for mankind. ; To mention one thing only, the perfection/ to which the manufacture of false teeth has been carried has practically" abolished old age-that is, old in the sense that I used to know it. Ton see none of the helpless mumbling old men nod. women that you formerly did. This is not because the people do not attain the age their parents and grandparent reached, but because the dentist has prevented some of the most unpleasant consequences of ad vancing years. Men of $0 no longer either look or feel old because they are not deprived of nourishing food at the time when they need it most. Estimates have been made showing that the average length of life has been ircreased from four to six years by the nse of false teeth.

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Q.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGEAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

Q.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGEAPH.) J^FHOil OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. J BKISBANE, April 7 The following are the principal entries for the Q .T.C. autumn meeting: BRISEAKE CUP. Lady Lisgar, Porter, Wheatbrand, Buttons, Empire, Elymas, Roue, The Empress, Ronald, Redfern, Abacus, Lord Pastille, Musician, Lagrange, Lurline, Mrrus, Governor, Trojan, King Olaf, Yabba, Lord Headington, Lauristina, Coronella, Graruda, VI uriska^ Grrejgovra, Ralston, Yowl, Inheri tre.--. L.iureate, Young and Sardou. M0BET05T HAKDICAP. Lady Lisg»r, Porter, Wheatbrand, But tons, Empire, Trojan, Elymas, Roue, Vizier, 1 he Empress, Redfern, Goldstain, Ronald, Abacus, Bowler, Musician, Lagrange, Pas time, Lurline, Refused, Governor, Waterlily, Maribilis, ITirig Olaf, Yabba, -Lord Heading ton, Embers, Dan O'Connell, Lauristina, Coronella, flarnda, Muriska, Greygown, Ealstoo, Whirlwind, Yowi, Laureate, Young and Sardou. MEiAOtrrans, April 6. The Committee of the Victoria Amateur Turf Club has decided that ...

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. (BY EUECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) SYDNEY, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETDfG. (BY EUECTKIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT ) Stdxey, April 4. The final day's racing in connection with the A. JT. C. Autumn meeting attracted another large attendance at Randwick to day. The weather, though dull, was fine. The following were the results: Rous HANDICAP.-Paris, 1; Halo, 2; Correze, 3. Other starters: E.K., Utter, Helene, Rover, and Transparent. Bettings 5 to 2 Helene, 3 to 1 Paris, 5 to 1 Correze, 6 to 1 Utter and ELL, 10 to 1 others. Utter went to the front from a splendid start, with. Halo, Transparent and E.K. next. Kound' ing the turn E.K. went to the front and led along the back, and round the bend, where they ail closed up. Transparent was first Into the straight, with Paris in close atten dance, but at the distance Paris came away, and won easily by two lengths. PLACE HANDICAP.-Little Bernie, I; Wan-ego, 2; Ellerstesie, 3. Other starters: Sir William, Greygown, Tarcooia, Muriel, Wilga, Aviemore, Vespasia, Hop Bitters, Wandswort...

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THE TURF. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] TOWNSVILLE, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

THE TURF. [BY EXIECXBXC TELEGRAPH.] FFEOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENTS."! TOWNSVIIXE, April 8. The racehorse Lucifer died of inflamation. of the lungs to-day.

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Sporting Hotes. Racing Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

$0rtM0 fjtote. Racing Fixtures. Richmond Downs, April 29th and 30th, Hughenden, May 14th and 15th. Charters Towers Queen's Birthday, May 25t2u Muttabnrra, May 28th and 29th. Cloncurry, Jane 4th and 5th. Norinanton, June 18th and 19t3u Townsville, June 18th and 19th. Charters Towers, July 2nd and 3rd. Croydon, July 2nd and 3rd. Raven swood, July 9th and 10th. Burketown, July 16th a»d 17th. Mackay, July 23rd and 24th. Bo wen, August 6th and 7th. Wild River, August S0& and 21st. Cairns, August 27th and 28th. Port Douglas, September 3rd and 4th. Cooktown, September 10th and 11th. Herbert River, September 17th and 18th. Johnstone River, September 24th and Z5th, Eton, November 9th. Walkerston, November 12th.

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Scientitic Hotes. Hints to Prospectors. SPECIFIC GRAVITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

Hates. Hi ut« to Prospectors. [Br A. W. CLARKE, F.G.S.] VI. SPECIFIC GRAVITY. MIXERS and prospectors generally avoid this simple method of testing minerals and ores, although unconsciously tbe operation of taking the specific gravity is performed frequently in a rough way. We should most of us know a lump of brass from a lump of gold, not entirely from its color but from its weight (i.e. its weight in relation to its bulk,) Ores are generally heavy. That is, the bulk is small, while the weight is high. A pound of feathers and a pound of lead both weigh a pound, but the former is more bulky than the latter. The object of this article is to place the whole matter of specific gravity (s gr. is the sign used) in a clearer light if possible. The person who declares brass is not gold, or that an oi® is too light, has actually measured the balk both by eye and by grasping in the hand, and he has also weighed it by hefting and has determined in his mind whether the bulk is too great for the...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDSEY, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDSEY, April 4. * * -« At -N yngaii the man who murdered, another man named Black, made a confes sion to Serjeant Webb to-day. Hie save his real name is Stalling. He was working at a selector's place near Melrose station when first he met the murdered man, whom he only knew him by the name of Jack. They agreed to go shearing together, but the stranger wished to shear non-union, while the accused desired to remain Union. They came to words, and the stranger made a rash on Mailing with a sheath knife, W cut his hand. .The accused then snatched the knife from the other man and stabbed him in the breast, killing him almost instantly. A shearer's ticket was found on. deceased which bore the name of John Wilson. A terrible accident happened to-day at Middle Head encampment during the visit of the Earl of Jersey, who went down with a large party to inspect the camp fortifications. It was arranged, for the instruction of the visitors that several submarine mines should be ...

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Musical Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

Musical Jottings. FIATF CROCHET.) MB Saktixt, the famous baritone, says an /English paper, who has been long absent in Australia, re-appeared in London on Janu ary 19, and was received with boundless enthusiasm by a St. James' Hall audience. He sang Schubertz " Erl-King," Ground's " Maid of Athens," and Hatton's " To Anthea." Mr Santley it will be remembered, visited Charters Towers, and the criticisms! verb sap. The centenaxr of the death of Mozart falls on December 5th, of the present year; and in Vienna and various German cities the date will be observed by j special representatives of one or other of! Mozart's operas. It lias been proposed to j .celebrate tlie centennary in England with a I simultaneous performance by choral societies of the " Requiem" or one of the masses. At a dinner given in London recently a newspaper man, Mr Edward King, was most enthusiastic in his praise of Wagner, not only as a musician, but as a poet. * I have no doubt' he said at length that in coming ...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

VICTORIA. MEtBOUHNE, April 4. fenders have been invited by the Munici pality of North. Melbourne for a loan of £60,000, beating four and a-half per cent interest. The minimum price is fixed at 102, tenders to be opened on the 8th inst. MELBOURNE, April Q. Mrs May Smith, an old lady who wag as saulted by a blackfellow in her own house afr Benalla on 7th March, died last night from the injuries she received. Majors-General Tulloch and Dowries, and Lieut. Combeniard left by the Sydney ex press train to-day to join the members of the committee of commandants appointed to report on the best means of coastal de fence for Australia. The members of the 'committee will proceed by the steamer Tsinan in a few days to Thursday Island and Port Darwin, The Minister for Defence has decided that a Board, consisting of experts in chemical, and mechanical, and not connected with the military forces, shall investigate the recent Queenscliffe gun accident.

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Housebold Hints. Use ful Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

Use fill Recipes. Maxt a cup of coffee is ruined by too long, boiling. The fine flavor goes off in steam r and there is apt to be left a strong bitter* taste. QrEEN OF ProDiifCrS.-Into one quart of milk put one pint of bread crumbs, butter, the size of an egg, the yolks of four eggs ; sweeten and flavor as for a custard, and bake ; make frosting of the whites of the eggs and one cnp of sugar: put on a layer of jelly when the pudding is hot, and then the frosting ; brown slightly in oven. TURKISH DELIGHT.-Two ozs of gelatine, soaked in two cups of cold water for twenty minutes, then boil for fiften minutes with three-quarters of a cnp of water and 21b of sugar, plenty of essence of lemon; pour on flat dish. When cold, cut in scares and cover with icing sugar. Color l»a|f with, cochineal. Mutton CmEis.-Cut the remains of a cold neck of mutton into neat cutlets, brush them over with a well-beaten egg, and roll them in finely-grated bread crumbs; fry them a nice brown color in plenty of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

MOSMAN-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. |R. JOHN ROMBERG has pleasure in informing his Friends and the Public generally that he has resumed the occu pation of the above Hotel, and solicits a Share of Patronage. The Management will be under the immediate Supervision of Mrs. Romberg- Only the Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, etc., kept. Accommodation for Boarders Second to None on Charters Towers. Every Convenience for Commercial Gentlemen. Large and Well-fitted Sample Rooms. BILLIARD ROOM & @®« ^??iilinr %or %r CARRIERS, 4gg Forwarding, Commission, and Insurance Agents and Wholesale Produce Merchants Custom House and Shipping Business Transacted. Freight and Duty Paid and Goods Sent to all parts of Queensland and the adjacent Colonies. Office and Receiving Store MSlWtt ENID) M©§M»§THEirc Goods and Machinery delivered to any part of the Field. A M ill ? . . ft Tobacconists, Stationers, ^Newsagents, ^Booksellers and Taney (Soods ©eaters, GILL-STEEET, CHARTERS TOWERS. liiHi Fishing Tackle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

"> - (3To. 1 Burns, Pimp, audio's Biiildmgp,) r " FLlK»'iks^.TEMET;- ? TOWN S V I L I, E . Sfcecl, Haa*dw^feJ-aad Macliiiievy Sl^icliaiits... Sole Manufacturers of ; ? 1 v^ MaeBpair^ Iiiel>riealiit^ Oil. - Truck Jj&ebt:'0§i^ soiid.'y3)les."~ , :;J Steel ? Cant*. Steel Wfecs, id AU TTmfls of Stucl Cast&gs.*' :i'iJSi*ge Stock non. liand a£,JEijguai3s, floilt?i!s3 Winding <j Dj^aas, Puiups/^ejtitig up to 14 iiickes wide. . - ! Pipes, Brass Fittings and General Engineers and Mining Requisites. Wat. M. MacBeuBj iSlicaf Island Work*, iSlieffiold. & CLARKE, ? , bukt a^d .coa^.j V; Analytical CternisM, MiiM ©uiFff©! m. :* '? : ;? Pah' Ale in the Market. t*® Locai Ittd'ustry. . timmmsm Wliolesale and E?amiiy Grocers" Wine, Spirit, and Provision Merchants, v'.'Y '®;V .Si fooiii London Ercrv Moiitii br B. I. Steamers and, Couniay Orders carefully execute!.. ,l"r* t ALEXANOE R Mill & *Co. Sljarc Sro&crs, Members of the " v' . . ' m, :-!h;...

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Current Hotes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

QUITE a plethora of Commissioners hs^ been among us. First the Civil Service Board, or two gentlemen out of the three who look after the bureaucracy of Queensland, were here to enquire into the workings of the local public offices. As there are no wars or rumors of departmental wars, we assume that all is going on as merry as a marriage belL Then Mr. Commissioner Millman ar ived to set in motion the operations of the Stamp and Dividend Tax Act. Wie regret that we personally have not the biggest prospect in the world of swelling the public income through the channels of revenue that Mr. Millman directs. * * * EVERYBODY who was here in the " early days," and those who came after, knew Tom 3£elly. What a grand specimen of a man he was a few years back. The old hands will xemember the St. Patrick's sports at Mill- j «hester, when he an Inspector Collopy carried I off all the events. They are now both. gone. } ^ The loss of our friend Kelly will leave a big >»? blank. Tom was a sample...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

PTt tmtactlwaine, . X>« iyJLAcXLWAIStC, A MJC TIO^EEE JLSTB IAID A SPECIALITY. MAC'S MART, FLI^DERS-ST., T O *TO" 3SSTSVILLB. THE ISEW THE STEW WEEKLY PAPER! WEEKLY PAPER! THE PUBLISHED Xn connection with the" Northern Miner.* - PAGES FOB £*p. \ fiO PAGES FOE *JD.! ?vy;-:1 . . « NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The prestige enjoyed for so many years bj the MINER, as a daily, warrants the proprie tary in offering the public aTWIKW-FOUfi FACrE WEEKLY, which will be foil of the Latest Local, Colonial* Intercolonial, and European News. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." 'i'&fi Latest Cabled Quotations from Lon don and the other great commercial centres will make the REGISTER a necessity to the merchant said producer. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." Week by week will appear ORIGINAL ARTICLES by Eminent. Scientific Specialists "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Meteorological Notes and Stock Move ments will make it the constant vadc mecum of Pastoralists. " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Corresp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

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