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

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Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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MANAGERS' REPORTS. BRILLIANT GOLD MINING COMPANY LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

MANAGERS' BEFOE.1B. BB.IJJI.IANT GOLD MINING COHFAVT LTD. H icholas JIayne, mine manager, reports as follows Sothing further lute jet been done in tlie western drive on fo. 1 level, for the simple reason as stated in my last report that it is better for the time being to push forward other portions of the mine. In the stopes above this drive there are still a couple of men in eacli shift working «n about 2ft 6io of stone along the boundary. Hie stopes above the eastern drire continue to look very well. In No. 1 stop© there are 9ft of stone, and in No. 2 there are 8ft of stone. The walls in these stopes are fairly good, but axe, nevertheless, close timbered, 'I he winze on] the last mentioned dr.ve has b en further sunk 9tt, making a total depth of 20ft. At present there is no reef ia this winze, which is accounted for by the fact that the reef in the stopes below is on the footwall, while 'he winze is going down on the hanging wall, and, as I previously stated, is being sunk solely ...

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The Federal Contention. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

! Tlie Federal Contention. i (BY ELECntlC TELEGBAPH.) FE03C OUE OWJT CORRESPONDENT.] Sydkbt. April 2. The Federal Convention met again yester day, and further discussed the Constitution Bill. A great number of the clauses were got through, and the latter part of the after noon silting was occupied by a long discus sion as to the exact time Parliament should be held and commenced, so that its life of ! 3 years would be accurately measured A proposal was brought forward to make the : term begin at the first day of the meeting of the Parliament, and that alteration was-; earned by the narrow majority of one. It was also decided that Parliament should be called together within 30 days after the return of the writs. This brought the com mittee to the beginning of the fourth part of tlie first chapter of the BilL An adjourn ment was then made till the following day. Sy»ke*, April 3. The Federal Convention met at the usual hour this morning, and proceeded with the further consideration of ...

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

Municipal Council. The adjourned monthly meeting of the Charters Towers Municipal Council was held on Wednesday, when there were present Aldermen Johnson (in the chair), Carse, Dunsford. Fsaser, Rollston and Kirk bride. The outward correspondence was adopted, and the inward received. Amongst the laifar were the following lettess:-From W. John ston, askiuf; that cab drivers' licenses should be granted to his two suns, each of whom were 17 years of age, being twins, and to whom the inspector objected, as they were under 21 years of age. He asked that the provi sion should be waived, as the Council had. ample control of all drivers under the pre sent bye-laws to ensure public safety. The letter also stated that the young men re ferred to were in every way competent to take the responsibility of driving. The application wa? refused, Mr Johnston to be informed that the revision of the bye laws was at present under consideration. From Mr. F. K. Bryant, manager Union Bank, asking the Counc...

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Mr. Randall Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

Mr. Raudall IMenievred. Having had an opportunity of interview ing Mr. Randall, tke Government Immigra tion Lecturer, who is now on a tour through the Rorth, we present our readers with Ids opinions as stated in reply to our questions: Question : In what way in your opinion can a continuance of immigration be justi fied especially in view of the large amount of unemployed labour in the colony ? Reply: To the colony as a whole-and that is what we have to look at-what is the use of all the gold raised from these rich mines at Charters Towers, at Gyinpie and at Mount Morgan if it has to be sent out to buy and bring in bread and butter? The wealth goes away from us ; you have no agriculture near you. This sftould be remedied so that a good part of the wages earned by the workers on this goldfield would find its way into the hands of farmers settled in your neighborhood, who in the production of many of the necessaries of life, would be able to raise money from the soil. This would again...

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Supreme Court, TOWNS VILLE. WEDNESDAY, 8TH APRIL, 1891. (Before His Honor Mr Acting Justice Mansfield.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

Supreme Court, j Weditesday, 8TH: April, . 1891. {Before His Honor Mr Acting Justice _ Mansfield.) Ik the matter of Wiiliam of; Townsville, draper, and insolvent. Mr. Evans, on an adjournment from 25th Mareit, applied for a certificate of release, as the separate statement of affairs , previously required had since been filed. Mr. Black appeared as trustee in the estate, and replied to several questions, after which leave to obtain a certificate was grantecL M. L. Halbert v. T. H. Mann, motion for Judgment. - Mr- Boss, instructed by Mars land and Marsland, appeared for plaintiff, and moved for judgment under order 29, Eule 10, for default in delivering statement of defence. Several affidavits were read, after which His Honor gave judgment as prayed, with liberty to apply, and reserved the question of costs. IN CHAMBERS. In the matter of H. A. S. Adams, an insolvent, and of tlie trustee, as against J". andW. 1). Clarke. Mr Brown (Marsland and Marsland), appeared for defendant, Mr Sca...

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Departure of the A and D Companies to the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

Departure of the A and D Companies to tflie Front. Ik response to the command conveyed in the Mixer Extraordinary issued ot Th ursday afternoon, fully a hundred members of the A and D Companies of the Q"D F. assembled in the drill slied last evening. I>ong before 1 o'clock a crowd of civilians congregated around the enclosure, and by the time the iae:i were ordered to fall in, fully a thousand 'persons thronged around to witness the proceedings, and although the larrikin element was conspicuous by their vile utter ings and vain efforts to be witty, nothing very startling eventuated. One Ip-ading light in the Republican Association made himself prominent by offering to lead a mob to induce the men to disobey their orders, while one or two others at the gate tried hard to induce a couple of the red coats to refuse to march: - The men seemed to enjoy the idea of proceeding to the disturbed districts, and responded cheerfully to the roll call. After the re quired number had been pick...

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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, February 20 h, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (FROM OUB fcOJTDOX CORRESPONDENT.) IjOxdox, February 20 h, 1891. (The following are the latest quotations for shares in Anglo-Australian Mines : Australian Consols, b 13s, e 14s Bonnie Dundee, b 3s 6d, s 4s British Broken Hill, b 2§d, s 3«d Coromandel, b Is 3d, s Is 9d Cumberland Gold, b 2s 6d, s 3s Day Dawn Block, b 7s 3d, b 7s 9d Day Dawn P.O., b lie 6d, e 12s 6d Eaglehawk, b Is 6d, s&6d Etheridge United, b Is 3d, s Is 9d Gympie On. Crown, b 4s 3d, 8 4s 9d Gympie Gt. Eastern, b 7s, s 7s Gd Ironclad {9s 3d pd.) b Is 3d, s Is 9d Kaboonga (9a pd ) b l|d, s 4|d Kangarilla, b fd, e Id Kapanga, b 2s 9d, s % 3d Midas, b 5s, s 6s Mosman, b 2s 6d, s 3s Mount Leyshon, b 8s, fi 9s Mount Morgan Extended, b Is, s Is 6£ Mt. Shamrock, b 1b 3d, s Is 9d Jfew Queen, (19s 6d pd.) b 7s, s 7e 6d Port Philip (3s 6d pd.), b 3d, s 6d Queensland Smelting, fa 1, b | Scottish Australian, b 2^d, s 2|d WE learn from an authorative source that Dagley and Party, at Black Knob, are...

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

B. E M A W V fi'f-X., SURGEON DENTIST, TwEKxr-srs; TEAKS' EXPERIENCE, ARCADE, MOSMAX-ST. W. G. sT J raiOB' AJRCHITECT. Ed. H* A Y T O K, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, STOCK, STATIC 2%, and Cresierssi ^ooiui^skHi l^eait, §k2r§fjEok§f, GILL-ST., CHARTERS TOWERS. All kinds of Auction Sales undertaken, and Account Sales promptly rendered. Agent for fLion Fire liasssraMee Co. Atlas JFire ffitSEirctsiee Co., $a5£lliel i'illMilSISP, Somerset- Xur sery, Parramatta. To B« B E A S C P, ^ li s« reS>pokep & Agent, CHARTERS TOWERS. Citg Ueutal Institute. (ESTABLISHED L8S5.) Mr. «J. WILKfiXSOX, C.IK&.. Eng., SURGICAL DENTIST, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, Gill Street. CHARTERS TOWERS. - TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. MR. WILKINSON can be Consulted Daily. Complete Sets of Teeth on Gold supplied from £15 15s.; on "Vulcanite from £8 8s. Teetli filled with Gold Amal gam and Cement Stoppings. Teeth Cewefullj Extracted for 2 6. 1T.B.-Regulation of Children's Teeth a Speciality. PLEAS...

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MINING SUMMMARY FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

MINING SUMStABY IFOR MARCH. ^ OUR MINING REPORTER) The last monthof the first quarter of 1891 l>as closed, but left a very bright outlook. Theligures for tlie month show up well beside all previous and similar periods. Dividends have been phenomenal, calls com paratively light and crushing returns, though not yet all in, will touch nigh on 20,000ozs. The total amount paid away in dividends was £24.962 lis 8d The giant share of this was contributed by the Day Dawn. P.O. of £12,500, but as the declaration of the divi dend did not reach here until last month, though it was actually made on February T3th,we have credited it to March. The Bril liant has made a very pleasant change and .one that the shareholders can no doubt ap preciate, by paying two dividends in one month or one every three weeks. It is ex pected that this mine will go one better and contribute £7500 or 3s per share every three weeks instead of the present £5000. The Swedenborg Ext. made that peculiar anomaly, a liqu...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. WILCANNIA, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES. Wn&CAKjriA, April®. A mob of 886 cattle from ILueknow to Fcliuea, wlii cross liere next veek. Rodgers in charge. ; All fitock routes from Queensland to Btel bourae arc good, as tains haxh fallen to tlje extent of from one to four inches. Feed is now springing np, %ut is iikdv , to fee dps: trove,A for tabbite before it attains any 1ms0&s ? * .v' ' "

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CRUSHING FOR, MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

CRUSHING^ FOB, MABCH. Thk following are tlie erusliings for the month of March, 1891: OSE-ASB-AIX. tons cwt. qr, oz. dwt gr. Brilliant 763 0 O 1237 10 0 SOUTHERN CROSS. STew Towers Ex tended 237 4 0 183 0 0 VENUS MJXJJ. Grace Darling ... 146 0 0 58 0 0 Old Identity Tri bute 15 0 0 11 0 0 Hempensfcall and party, Kishiou... 11 5 0 32 0 0 Hirers and party... 11 15 0 32 10 0 Sunburst... ... 485 0 0 1782 0 0 Imperial Tribute... 10 5 0 7 10 0 Grace Darling ... 150 0 0 46 0 0 ENTERPRISE MU.Ii. Brilliant 1761 0 0 3117 5 0 FAIJJ SOSAXOKD. Golden Gate ... 600 O 0 557 0 0 NO. 2 QUEEN. Eddy and Party, Old Identity ... 29 10 0 27 5 0 Care, Alexandria 7 10 0 3 9 0 Golden Gate ... 320 0 0 282 0 0 Mew Queen ... 570 0 0 593 0 0 DEFIANCE. Golden Gate ... 161 14 0 194 14 0 Victory 600 0 0 808 5 12 MOSMAN. New Victoria ... 417 10 0 2085 1 12 Q.ueen Cross Reef Trib 68 15 0 89 13 12 Columbia, T. Kelly 36 0 0 10 14 11 BUBBESBT. D. D. Block and Wyndhain ... 937 0 0 2079 5 *0 Mills Day Dawn United 1530 O 0 ...

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THE NORTHERN Mining Register, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1891. The First Quater's output. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

THE JSTOETHEEN PUBLISHED WEEKLY SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1891, THE golpl returns from the Charters Towers gold field for the first three months of the present year far exceed those of any three months since the field was discovered- In January, 12,211 tons 16dwt were crashed, for a yaehl »f 15,257oz Idwt; in Feb Tnary 1L,560 tons 12c wt of stone were treated, for a return of 13,392oz 17dwt 19gr; and in March 13,206 Ions 12c wt wene, pnt under tie stampers* for the very satisfactory yield of I9,140oz 19dwt 16gr, the total for the three months being' 36,939 tons, for 47,79002 ISdwt llgiy being an average pep month of I5,930oz of gold, which shows an increase over the corresponding period of last year of 18,327oz. It will be seen by the above figures that the output of gold is steadily increasing, and taking into considera tion that many more mines besides those already turning out regular crushings, will soon be on gulden stone, we may safely predict that the yield for tbis year will be ve...

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WARDEN'S COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 3. (Before Mr. WARDEN Cusack.) G. F. HOMESTEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

WABDEIPS COUBT. FRIDAY, MABCH 3. (Before Mr. WARDEN Cusaek.) G- F. HOMESTEADS. 2051. Robert Hassell, 2r, JST. of and adjoin ing G.F.H., 1318. Adjourned for a week. 2052. B. P. Williams, 3a, Buchanan Creek. Adjourned for a week. 2053. W. Milton, 2r, Milton Road. Adjourned for a week. 2054. Chas. Black, 2r, Mount Leyshon. Adjourned for a week. 2055. J. E. Cork, 2r. Approved. 2056. W. J. Gibson, 2r. Approved. 2057. A. L. B. Laurie, 2r, Tram-street. Adjourned for a week. 2058. Geo. Norman, 4a 3r 29p, N. of Gr.F.H., 98. Adjourned for a week. 2059. E. Williams, 2r, Alabama Road. Adjourned for a week. 2060. W. J. Kempfeon, 2r, Tram-street. Adjourned for a week. 2061. Greo. Parson, 2r, Dalrymple Road. Adjourned for a week. 2034. Annie Bennett. Adjourned for a week. 2030. J. Craib, lr 30p, abandoned G.F.H , 1863. Not approved. GOLD MOTIKG LEASES. 1333 Mosman G.M. Co., Ltd., 25a, N. Aus tralian Lease. Recommended. 1334. Hugh Mosman, 4a, Wyndhaui Lease. Adjourned for one week. EXEMPTIONS. 1264...

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

Tt/f" AFEICE ~Q AE ITMTT i3rJL AURICE, -O AEN ETT WATCHMAKER ASD GOEDSMITH, Corner Arcade, Mos^rAis' STEEirr_ Jfew Work and Repairing In all brandies Done on the premises. n KLUGE Bros., SADDLERS AND HARNESS MAKERS. Tiiree Highest Awards 1887. Six Highest Awards 1889. OPPOSITE POST OfflCE, Charters Towers. THE "Northern Mining Register.3 -)o( TO-DAY, SATIKDAY, APRIL lltti. -)o( CONTENT S AD FEHTISEMENTS ... 128,129,130, Current Hotes ... ... ... 131 Iiocal and General ... ... ... 131 Deatli of Thomas John Kelly ... 131 Telegrams ... ... 132 tabor Dispute ... 137,138,139,143,144 Departure of A and D Companies to theFnont... ... ... ... 143 Bevenus for March ... ... ... 139 ARTICLES The Agreement they Refuse to Sign, The Beginning of the . End, Inviting Trouble ... 140 Police Intelligence ... ... ... 140 Supreme Court ...140,143 The STOBTTELLEB Sweet is Revenge ... 145,146,147 The Darling Grardens Murder ... 147 Mining in the Sixties 148 Wit and Humor 148 HouseholdHmts ... , ... ... 1...

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NEW ZEALAND. By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) AUCKLAND, APRIL 2, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

NEW ZEALAIOX BR ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH*) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) AUCKLAND, APRIL 2, During a thick fog on the West Coast early fihis morning, the Union. Company's eteamer Wanaka struck on tlie Puketapu Reef, about three miles from New Plymouth. The eeat was smooth at the time. An unsuccessful at tempt was made to get the vessel off, after which the passengers were landed. It was at first expected that the Wanaka would be floated off at high tide, but according to later reports there is a large hole in the vessel amidships, and. four feet of water in the engine-room. It is now doubtful whether she can be got off. Xeb lad, Wm. Livingstone, who vw sentenced to three days soiitaiy confinement juid six: strokes with a strap, received the latter punishment on his discharge on Satur day. Hie went away a wiser and sorer boy, and* will not sit down nunfettuui can help for the nest few days. Tate monthly meeting of the Charters Towers Philosophical Society -was held afc the Council Chambers...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

SOUTH AUSTRALIA ADELAIDE, April 6. Tlie Government has entered, into a pre liminary agreement with E. L. Davis and Wylie for the contract for the construction by them of the railway between Port Augusta and the Western Australian border upon the land grant system. The sums, which are to be settled by a future agreement, will be subject to the ratification of parlia ment, and in the meantime the contractors have agreed to deposit a substantial sum of money in support of their bona fides. A telegram was received at the Crown Lands Office to-day from Beltana stating that splendid rains have fallen in the interior and heavier towards ^tlie west. All the dams in the surrounding country are over flowing, and the creeks are running bankers so that a splendid pasfcoralist'e season is assured. ADELAIDE, April 8. Mr. J. B. Cox, M.P., who has been sent out by £h* Irish National party, arrived from London by the Austral He was con ducted to Adelaide by t he Irish National League and other Hiber...

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Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

i Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Beisbaite, April 9 It is understood that a writ has been issued against the Tehyraph Newspaper Co, by Alexander Costello, barrister, for an alleged libel contained in the issue of that paper of Wednesday la&t, in a paragraph under tiie heading of ** Experienta Docet." The amount of ^ie«lmgesW)U)j;jd; been laid.

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Cable Intelligence. LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

Cable lutelliKcncc. IiONDOX, Apral 2. - :j President Harrison lias assured, awg Humbert , of Italy, that lie deeply deplores the recent abhorrent occurrence" at Uew Orleans, and promises that a foil enquiry shall be made into the matter. It is re ported thai> the United States Government intend to Indemnify the families of the pen who were lynched. The President considers that it is not necessary to call Congress together, and believes thatany serious diffi culty with It^iy will be averted. The Attorney-General of the State of tinyiMana. declares that a Grand Jury is enquiring into the cases of lynching, and nothing else is possible at present, Lofdox, April 2. The British Australian Trust and Loan Company has declared a dividend of 10 per cent for the past year. Tliti Australian Investment Company has declared a dividend of 4 per cent. I Owing to the small response of the colonies j the Imperial Institute lias abandoned the j Wining!?,Trhibitionandmerely holds an Exhi- j bition ...

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The Labor Dispute. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPO DENT) CLERMONT, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891

i The Labor Dispute. J [BR ELECTRIC TELEG«AJ? H.] (FfiOlC OUB OWN COBHBSPO ' DFIVX.) CLJEBLIONT, APRIL 8. THE rioting prisoners were brought up at die Police Court) this morning. The local paper issued an extraordinary re the Austra lian Shearers® Union and freedom of con tract, which caused much excitement. Knots of unionists are in town discussing it, and it ifi expected there will be a rush for work in a few days. The pastoralists will find work for as many local men as possible on improve ments, but the shearing sheds arc nearly all full of free laborers. A hope is expressed by the unionists as well as the pastoralists that the end is coming. Joseph Murphy, for rioting at Peak Downs, and molesting hired servants, was discharged, not being identified. Martin, for obscene language, and Thomas Maclntyre, obscene language and disorderly conduct, were fined each £2 or a month in* gaol. Mart in paid the fine. These were ail Peak Downs riot men. Eockhampxoos", April 6. A judicious sile...

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