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SOUTHERN SPOUTING. (BY TELEGRAPH.). SYDNEY,June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

SOUTHERN SPOUTING. (Br TELE&RAPH.) . Sibsbt, Jane 29. A. Chapman, the Grafton champion amateur, is going to hare a try for the world's championehip next Januasy. Only a, few weeks ago Darriwell, ft winner of the Melbourne Cup, was reported to be sold for the pal'w earn of £4 10s, 37h» record has been lowered, however, as Sing gard, who a couple of years ago was 4*ne©f the best hurdle racers around Melbourne was disposed of a few davs ago for 30?. Teuton, who was owned by Mr. E. Powers dropped dead while being exercised at Fleminefcon. , Malolo is nominally firat favorite for the Melbourne Cup at 20tol. Old Marmion is eaid to into harness and to take kindly toft. 0H&SMT4 " T^ere wafc present in I In the shafts of & bas/ ouB ._ '8utidial h&sheen struck out of the Caul field Clip, and Sir William from the 41 el ftaunettap:' ' The well-known racehorse Two-up has changed hand?, the purchaser being John Phillii-s, of Rauiwick, the price over £300. / - Stan ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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FOOTBALL. [BY NEMO] [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

FOOTBALL. [ByliE&io] The attendance at tlie recent matches ^between Brisbane andCharfcers To were shows how" football hag esught on Here. Tn Mel bourne the other day there were 3d,000 peopleto seethe match be; ween Carlton, and -^eslong; bat the record attendance is, I beli^, that at Glasgow, in a cup tie, whrre 90,000 peo le followed .the fort-ones of tlie Briti'li Association game, and had to be kept in order t>y mounted police. ri he following washanded in by a. email boy who fled immediately A football match was played on - add s S'dge yefcterda* bfetween th'e Exci>l«uor(E. Erickson, captain) imd Sodd'e fiidge (J. Ford, captain) football dtibs. The .former, -won by 8 points "to' nil. Thft latter shopped placing- after half time -- wa8iip/' jjThingslmust have been stormy at half iimfc on Sadd's Ridg^.--Ifemo.J

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GODDAR[?] V. McAULIFF NEW YORK, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

GODDAR-» v. McAULIFF NEW YOKE. Julv 2. The fight between Joe * toddard and Joe McAuliffe came off oa Friday sight, and resulted in a win for Groddard in the fifteenth round The following is a summary of Joe God dard'« career in the ring:-Beat Ryan in Me'boura*», onee in five and the other time in three rounds; beat Mirlias] in Melbourne in one round; beat Owen Sullivan at Broken Hill in eleven rounds; at the sa?e place beat Charlie Dunn in thirteen sounds; beat Luke Keegan in Melbon^ne in eight rounds; beat Mck Dooleyin Sydney in 21 rounds ; fought a draw in eight rounds "with Peter Jackson in Melbourne; beat MicU Dooley in Me bourne in seven rounds; beat Curran in Melbourne in two rounds; beat Choynski in Sydney in four rounds; beat Billy McCarthy in six rounds at Broken Hill; * eat Tom Lees at Charters Towers in nine rounds. Since, he was in Charters Towers he beat Joe Wilson in three rounds; beat JceChoynski in four rounds; fought eight rounds and a «raw with Tom Lees; be t -tack...

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Miss Lottie Collins. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Miss Lottie Oollins. The above is a. portrait of Miss Lottie Collins, the charming comedienne of the London musie hall stage, who has created each a furore with ' Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ray' litis song which has attained so much popu - larity, and which was sung on Charters ? Towers for the first time last week, has ' become an eternal bore, from early morn to dewy eye, is ' Ta-ra-ra boom-de-rayThe ' milkman serves it out gratis with vour znatu : tinal ration, it hails the approach of the : poF+mMT1i it> enlivens the monotony of the errand bay, in short you have it for breakfast dinner, and tea. Even the sacred precincts of the Court of Chancery could not escape, for yesterday before Mr Justice Stirling Messrs Sheard and Co, music publishers endeavoured to restrain Messrs li'alcom and Co, also, music publishers, from infringing the famous copyright. After the genealagy of the fam oijs song had been gone into, it transpired that plaintiffs, Messrs Cheard's version was practically the sa...

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RANGEES V IMPERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

SASQCGS V IHPEBIAM. Tiiie mafcelt excited great interest, the ; unbeaten reco rd of the Imperials in the Srefc round, emboldened their supporters to pre .dicfc another win for them, while St Ledger's | rabsence from the Hangers' ranks made them i anything but ponfident «»f victoiy. /t 20 past four Adair kicked off and, Loredsj i dribbled nicely up to ItnpB* 25 where the ball ] was fuesed to Campbell who ticked into touch, i^me good passing between I&Klg-: kioson, Button anl Mc i-ii&hoapjnesBpd ; fhe; Ijnps fctrougly, until Tregear relieved by a timely m Running exchanges followed a> free kickto the linps for a Rauger man hold ing the bail when field, bath sides play ing up grandly. Good irons bj Craw ford and Mellamby were discounted by the Hangers' backs passing back too lengthily and losing much ground taking the play to anger end, enabling Campbell to try a pot at goal. McMahon took Hie ball and ran it out and gained a free kick by an Imp holding the ball after...

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BOXING. [BY CABL[?]] London, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

BOX :2s Gr. CAB If-* ] . London, Jane 27. Jackson has rep'ie ? so Siavin that lie will meet Lioi for a purse given by any sporting club.

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

IONEER FOUNDRY AND ENGINEERING WORKS, W, HOBSON, itr* pie*1**-, a>*nfi JOSVSL&S Fomti trf oy»? »-Comi^yOrdCT6^^*iTC QUE^JfTOIf, Spaeial^aparyisio ESTABLISHED 1879. R. E. J ARM AN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OP 11 pinbs of JJafrMcrg, HEAD ESTABLISHMENT-QUE EN-STREET, BRISBANE, TOWWSVMAK BBMCffl HHAB VICTORIA BRIDGE, (Opposite Queensland Hotel.) THE LARGEST, BEST, AND CHEAPEST STOCK IN NORTH QUEENSLAND TO SELECT EROM. ?ss « 1 8 -I ^3 V. O 6 o ft, Is e -§ =1 M *5 § *3 *5 **3 i IQ «rt K «g O r«S g <u Si Q? rS" I OQ c J .«a 13 4 I SADDLES and BRIDLES complete fi-ora 60s., 5 per cent less on Lin?s of a Half Dozen. QUOTATIONS FEES BT POST ON APPLICATION. R. E. JARMAN, MARKET RESERVE. E. J. WALKER, Local Manager. H. MURGATROYD [ESTABLISHED 1880.] Mow (Htuens of Charters Towers and SurromiSiiig District: flT returning thanks for yonr past favors I Have to Mform yon that having now removed all the old premises and erected instead the Largest Store on ...

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Another Mail Entirely. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Another Mail Entirely. I am doing a good deal better than I need to do, sir," said a dissipated man to the Rev. Mr. Parkhurst, who had been trying to re form him. " Well, that'«s good, and Fm glad to hear it. Have you quit using strong drink al together?" * Well, you see I am straightening up by degree?, and 1 don't pet drunk half as much as i used to. I o-ily thrashed the old woman twice last month. I whaled her more than a dozen fames, and I wa? in jail part of the time too, sir, the month before. I'm &r from being the brute I used to be." and fertile valley with the verdure of an everlasting spring, while for variety, on the fourth side, there is the mighty scrub, rising like an impenetrable wall and forming its own horizon, riurely no district could have been better designed by nature for a sanatorium than this . with Jts salubrious climate, the air of which isa positive luxury to breathe. The great and almost insuperable difficulty o? access at present stands in the way...

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Mr. H, J B. Halloran [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

3kEr. "FT, J B. ECn.1,1 oran Vir. Henry James Burnett ETalloran was born at Fort Macquarie in 1847 and is the fourth son o£ the late Arthur Kdwaxd Hal lo ran, who was for 25 years {Sheriff of Queensland, tie came to Maryborough with his parents in 1853, and received his educa tion at the Maryborough and Warwick ttate Schools. On leaving school Mr Halloran took to a bush life and has been in turns overseer, drover, and station manager. A few years ago Mr. h alloran took up a selection near the Evelyn fc'crub and has since formed it. He has been a member of the 'iinaroo Divisional Board which he represented at the local authorities conference for .years unit has been chaii man of that body for two years A pleasant ride of ten miles or so from Herbertdn, in which, among other objects of interest, the workings of the Deep Lead (tin) are passed, as well as the capitally situated and admirably laid out show grounds of the Wild Hirer P. A. arid M. Society; and further on, the .Bacecourse; ...

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Mr. A.J. Draper. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

31dCx*- A.. J r A. J. Dr*per was horn in Willi amstown Victoria, in 1863, eing the son of, Captain Draper of the Victorian pilot service, » nd o e ofa-family of eighteen. At i i e age of fourteen he started life as. an office boy in tlie Government service of Vic toria, but two years later entered the em ploy oF the Ba-ik of Aiutralasia a»-dijoined rhe Bee h worth Branch of th t iaeri: ution, His promoti n was wonderfully rapid for after serving but four years "in dfferent taitns, both in Queensland and New South Wnles, lie was sent to Charters Towers, where aft<r a few mon'hs, and wnen under 21 yea~s of age, he was appo nted act n»r mana ger of the bran h in succession to Mr O. M. Williams, who was absent for some six. months. Upon that gentleman's «*-tur ? he took charge of the Cairns branch, but follow ing 'lie example of man v others at that time, 'he «es£ nedhis po ition and joined Mr W. D. fiobson, and commenced business as a wine and spirit merchant . His connectio...

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

DONIZET'll, Winner of the Charters Towers Jockey Club Handicap ani Mi'lcliesfcer Handicap. (From an instantaneous photograph by .Mr R. J. CottelL) Don iarietti: In this i sue of the REGISTER we furnish an admirable likeness of that brilliant three year old colt, Donizetti. It was not without eome trouble so fait' ful a representation was secured. Once an almost perfect negative was secured but a gentle breeze at an inop portune moment had blown his tail out of focus and so the hors was robbed of one of his chief orna r t nts 1 he trouble too was to get Donizetti to " look up." He was roused from a comfortable afternoon nap in his .-tall at the Courthouse Hotel to be taken, and yawned about thirteen times in an irritated fashion as he was combed, brushed, and saddled. Once outside he toed the scratch and seeing nothing to eat and no horse to race began to compose himself for another sleep. In vain Snell who takes great pride in the horse he has ridden five times to vic tory, endeavou...

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

Area under Pastoral Lease, Unsettled Districts on 31st December, 1891, 273,253,700 acres. Area of RiffiR brought under the provisions of 1 The drown Iiands Act of 1884/* Unsettled District, up to 31st Dee., 1891, lffc0J724<, 160 acres. fcand Aetof 1876, 529,598asqas. mkimm on 31et Dec., I891i a on. Dee., ' s

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

ffgll IPs mm Ifsfi op^n's^peiatecHDMfl, STREET.' CHARTERS TO f? SEi gi» ? ? a D R. W ? R E D M O N HAS OPENED It Ifurthertt ^ispMsarji. ?<f Where tlie following Remedies, which have been tried with unfailing success for many years are to be obtained :-~ TJauo 3BwmM%wnx*,'xh?& 3E*3r±ie3ta.«3L """ - " ' This Mixture is guaranteed to He the finest ever made for persons resident in thebush and exposed %||^;peaMier ; for ;. " ,* f3olds, Pains in the joints, leading to Chronic Rheumatism, Headache* rl hirst, l;oss of Appetite, Heavy i)ukl?eelings, Eyes " ^ fulland heavy, Pains all over the body, $©" this Medicine is invaluable. A few doses will restore vitaliil, -: ^ regulate the bowels, and give tone to thewhole system. One trial of this remedy will make it a household word, v ' ^ Vr, ^ ^rft iinportanee of keeping the laver in good order cannot be over-estimated. It is the largest and most active gland in '^fsfehe whole body. Nutrition Cannot be effected without its ac...

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

DAVID MTSSINGIIAM, Miuia^ Surveyor & Engineer, COUfiT'KGUSE CHAMBERS, OILL-ST., bflJLRTERS TOWERS. Applications oilier Gr *ld£elds and tands Acts attended fek Plans af all descriptions prepared MR. E. J. FORREST, Solicitor, &c., COMMISSIONER FOB AFFIDAVITS, Fi iaders-street, T O WSS VILLE. MR. M« O'MALLEY, Solicitor & I*roetor, PLANT'S BUILDINGS, Plinde rs-stree t, TOWHSVILLB. HOLLIS HOPKIHS & CO., ia», Wholesale Warehousemen, [swcrkrs cif Drapery, Bens Clothing, k, TOWNSVXLLE. PE3MANEXT SAMPLE BOOMS : DEAN-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS R. W. Kendrick <3c CO |h$SSCI$, Lmm. Insurance, and General Agent®, Accountants and Valuers in Insolvency, age Brokers. - Bow STREET, Charters Towers. w. a mm 4 ARCHITECTS **?> MINING SURVEYORS, BOW-STREET, ©ttA.K.TEK.5 SftWEKS, AiTD FLINDESS-STEBBT ALBION' HOTEL, Fli aiders-street West, OrEOsiTE RAILWAY WORKSHOPS, Tpwrnn-yp ALL THE FAVOURITE BRANDS OF LIQUORS KEPT. Good Stabling. Travellers GALLED FOB EABLV TS...

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

OUR RECENT I MPROVh ENABLE US TO SHOW THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF GENERAL DRAPERY AN ifM M A D T LI n I I C C M C I AMPk IfN NORTH QUEENSLAND. The Markets of the World are continually being searched to provid ? - ? ? . r\ 1 ? | ? '? 1 We buy for f^ash, and sell at the Lowest Margin of Profit. Letter ^ wmmm on applic The Inland Parcels Post reduces the cost of transit to a low rate THE CALEDON

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BY CABLE. LONDON,May 28. I [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Br CABLB. LojfDKN, May 28. I Fe lis secured fire wickets for 107 against Surrey for Gloucestershire. LONDON, July 1. In the University cricket match, Oxford batted first and made 365. Jardine scored 140 and Hill 114. liONDOX. July 1. 3k the match between Oxford and Cam bridge, the latter scored in their first in nigs 160, and in their eec^od 315 for fire wickets, Xx>lTD0*r, July3.. fc Oxford beat Cambridge by eight wickets.

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

ALDERS HOT, MARYBOROUGH. - B1J ERS A23T> SHELTERS OF CrOld, Silver, and Copper Ores, Auriferous Concentrates ? AKD - ? - PjTites, Amalgant, &c. lot M^hest Prices in the Colo nies paid for JLurifer ous Concentrates and Pyrites. EERST CLASS FACILITIES EOB CBFSHOTG. -tot AMALG-AMATENQ- ABD CONCENTBA TIJSGt ON FBUE VANNEB?. -tot Assays and Practical Working Teste made; and all kinds of Analytical Work done on Reasonable Terms. -tot E. A. WElKBE&Cr, £.91. OENERAL MANAGER. BUS^ELL lilPBOVED ELEC TRICAL BEJ3S BAJSTH, FOOT ; 3ATT3ER1IS £ 3 EETIiiG- NECKLETS ^are a prcnbnr.3ed Buccess in'the treatment of (tie venous JTervouB Dieorders, Aches, and JBains. These belts give a decided and uniform galvanic current which thoroughly j»ermeates the whole human system, it stimulates to action the half-dormant organs and nerve matter, and thereby removes the fundamental causes of disease, pain lusd ^disorder. -The Russell Electric Belts are absolutely free fromshock or unpleasantnes...

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

CRICKET. Playing for Mr. A J Webbers Eleven, Cambridge { uivereity, W. L Murdoch, the ex Australian, scored 67out of a total of 215 in the first innings, and 54 out of a total of 173 in tiie second innings, being the top scorer in each innings. William Bates, the well-known Yorkshire professional, has signed for the season with the Leek Cricket t-'lub, (Staffordshire). He played for the first time on Saturday, 16th May (writes fci e English t-portsvtari) against Bollington, (Cheshire, and scored 88 andjbap tu ed three wicke's for 18 runs. Bates has been unable to play for several seasons owing to an accident he met with while practising in Australia. A southern cricket writer says:-From in formation I hate received 1 am able to say that Messrs Bruce, Blackham, Turner, Giffen tyons and Bannerman. are all interesting actively in the visit of a. team of cricketers to ITngland. I have reason to believe, indeed, that the six, who, it goes without saying re present the pick of Australian ...

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

TOWERS MINERS' RACING CLUB. SIXTH ANNIVERSARY RACE TO BE HELD OH THE Charters Towers Racecourse, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1892 President: T. (tIVENS. - Judge: HON. «F. DEANE. * Clerk of tlie Scales: M. DEE. Starter: Gr. SULLIVAN. Clerk of Course: W. PARSONS. Stewards: HON. J. DEANE, A. H. PRITCHARD, M DEE, A. EARL, D. MIS SINGH AM. PROGRAMME. first Race, to start at 11 o'clock a.m. Flying Handicap sovs., for all horses, second horse 10 sovs. from the prize; f mile. ^Nomination 1 so v., acceptance 2 sovs. Second Race, to skirt at 11*45 a.m. Hack Race .Of 15 so for all bona jule hacks that have not won an advertised pri« exceecung in value 6 sovs., and to be approved of by the Stewards; second *%orse 3 sovs., and third horse 2 sovs. from the prize; 1 mile. Mimmrmi weights, 6 st 7 lb. Entrance 15s, to be in September 7th, ?6 pan. Third Race, to start at 12*30 p.m. Miners'(Handicap Of 100 sovs., for all horses; second horse 10 sovs. from the prize; If mile. The winner of Plying Handicap ...

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

BARNES* CONSULTATION. ON THE \ MELBOURNE COP, RUN AT FLEMINGTON, NOVEMBER 1ST, 1892. 10,000 Subscribers at Ss. Od.-S1SSO.-Less 10 per cent, MYO Extra Cash Frizes. Every Investor of &s. has a eliance of drawing & Separate Prizes Register all Letters, and enclose TWO Addressed Envelopes-one for reply and one for result slip. Torn or Defaced Tickets will not be recognised BARNES AND SON, TOBACCONISTS AND STATIONERS, Petrie's Bight and Roma Street, Brisbane. TEE BIG TREBLF, I £100 TO NOTHING 11 TO NOTHING I! £100 \WTNGr to the widespead interest always taken in the big Spring Events " of the Sonth the Proprietors of N® WETE QTmssum mmm Have determined to offer a j £100 OF PRIZE OP £TOO For successfully picking the Treble . CAULFIELD CUP, V.R.C. DERBY AND MELBOURNE CUP, Rim respectively on October 15, November 1, and November 3, mider the following conditions : (1.) No one connected with the NORTH QUEENSLAND REGISTER or NORTHERN R newspapers to be allowed to compete. (2 )...

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