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Melbourne and Caulfield Cups. MELBOURNE cup: 2 Miles. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

JHel&rane ffltf fiamfltH Gaps. HS180HSHE cup; 2 Miles* fit lb Strathmore ... 9 8 Danton Malvolio ... 9 8 Scot Free Dr e adnought 9 6 Ethelberfc Zilin&ki ... 9 4 leviathan Stromboli ... 9 3 9 2 9 1 et lb 7 4 Sir William Admiral Freedom Oxide Correze La Tosca Realm Tarcoola Paris... Portsea Workman Tirailleur The Captain... Candour Norbert 9 0 Hopetoun ... 8 13 E.K. 8 12 Scrip... 8 12 Stemchaser... 8 lO Vogengang ... 8 lO Fernleaf 8 8 Singapore ... 8 8 Sunlyal 8 7 Dundas 8 6 Adventurer ... St. Albans U 8 S Star of Erin... Gr'Naroo ... 8 4 Wiora Antaeus ... 8 3 Golden St. Biaize ... 8 3 Afcfcelaue Pigeontoe ... 8 2 Vantell ClOQBxd ... 8 0 IUTtuu»nyp_ General ... 8 0 Honor Bright Enuc 8 0 All There ... Swell ... 8 0 Kt. of Garter Autonomy ... 8 0 Culloden Glenloth. ... 7 12 Blaxneystone Pilot Boy ... 7 13 Dundee John 8. ... 7 13 Trombone ... Sainfoin ... 7 12 Kyana Forty Winks 7 11 Syntax Litigant ... 7 11 Els wick fluerford ... 7 10 Iiaunceeton ... Steadfast; ... 7 10 G...

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

LEYSHON'S "FAIR AND SQUARE' CONSULTATIONS ABE The Original and Only Successful & CONSULTATIONS in Queensland. The Names of Persons drawing Horses are never divniged. NOW OPEN Tattersall's Handipap, Ban at Charters Towers, July 2Sjfti, 1892. 5000 SUBSCEIB EB.S AT 5e/EACH. First Horge... Second Horse Third Horse Starters divide T. jSon-6tarters divide 2 Cash Prizes of£40each... 2 " " £20 each... 6 " ,. £10 each... 10 " ^ £5 each 20 " " £210s each 39 Extra Cash Prizes. £500 250 125 55 50 80 30 50 W 50 £1250 ALSO OPEN. Miners Union Associa tion Handicap, Bun at Charters Towers, Sept. 15th, 1892^ 6000 3UBSCBIBEB43 at 5s. Each. First Horse Second Horse Third Horse Starters divide Non-starters divide 2 Cash Prizes of £50 each... 2 " " £25 each... 6 " " £10each... 10 " " £5 each... 20 .J ., £210s each 39 Extra Cash Prizes. £600 300 150 75 75 100 50 50 50 50 £1500 Special attention is directed to my Con sultation on the MELBOURNE CUP 20,000 Subscribers at 5s each Persons making appli...

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

TEELE'S CITY OFTHE PLAINS" CONSULTATION ON THE MELBOURNE CUP, To BE RUN ON OR ABOUT NOVEMBER 1ST, 1892. 50,000 SUBSCRIBERS AT lOs. EACH. First Horse Second Horse Third Horse... Starters divide Kon-starters divide... ... £10,000 ... 3,000 2.000 ... 2,500 ... 2,500 20 Cash Prizes at £100 each 20 " " " £50 " 25 " " " £20 " 100 " " £10 " 100 " " £5 " £2,000 1,000 500 1,000 500 LESS 10 PER CENT. £05 EXTRA CASH PRIZES Every £1 invested will hare 12 separate chances of obtaining a handsome " dwvy." This is the only bona fide investment in Queensland that a working man has for bettering life position by a small outlay of money. The promoter has been before the public for nearly SO years, and during that time his Sweeps have given undeniable satisfaction, which should be & guarantee to the general public that they are a safety-valve for their honest earnings. The Committee \yho superintend the drawing arc tried men of stability and position, and arc all descendants from the grand old...

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SPORTING NEWS. RACING FLXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

SPORTING NEWS. RACING- FIXTUBEd. July 6,7.-Croydon Jockey Club. Ju'y 7, S-Tosrnsville Turf Ciub. July 14, 15-Bavenswood; acceptances, July 8. July 2'J* 21-Mackay; weight^ July 9th; acceptances and g neral entries July 14. Julj 28 -N.Q.. Tafctersall'e Club; weights July 16 ; acceptances and nomination* for Hack b ace July 23. July 28, 29-Burke town. July 28-Bowen. August 9, 10-Wild River Jockey Club, (Herberton); weights, July 12; ac ceptances and general en ry, August 2. August 23, 24-Coobtown T.C.

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

TUBF GOSSIP. (BY HERMIT.) Tho Melbourne Cup weights, Ibgether with those for the CauljBeld Cup, appear in this issue, and food is now provided to fill t ;e minds of many thousands of sporting men for the nest few months. X have not, the least intention of attempting to analyse the work of the Victorian bandicapper, but there are many items of interest to be found in the comparison between the handicap this year and last. Last year the demon Car bine headed the list with 10st 12:b, and there is no doubt bat that could the champion have only been lauded atthe post in Ms beet form, he would have started first favorite-and very near won. This year we have no Carbine, and last year's winner, Malvolio, with the crack three-vear-old (run ning as a four in November) are bracketed at tiie top under 9st 81b. This, as far as actual weight is concerned, mates out Sfcrafchmore a better hor^e than the threes of the preceding year, as Megaphone, the top of last year's batch, was awarded 9sfc 2:b. ...

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TOWNSVILLE TURE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH] TOWNSVILLE,July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

TUWNSVILLE TITEF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH ] TOWK673X£E. July 4, The following acceptances have made: TOWNSVTLME TUBE CLUB HANDICAP sfc lb. Harre>ter ... 10 I The Broker ... Donizetti ... 9 8 Boue... Talkative ... 9 O Cato ... Decorum ... 8 2 Biacklock ... TOWN PLAXB ; mile. ... 10 3 Little Bertie The Broker... Foue Oato ... Biacklock ... 1| mile. st lb. .80 ,. 7 5 . 7 0 . 6 12 Harvester Donizetti Talkative Sir Oliver Decorum 9 10 9 2 9 2 8 4 fitvikg- HANDICAP ; 6 furlongs. Sir Oliver ... 9 6 Marble Silverepray ... 8 13 Merlin Decorum ... 8 8 Argvle Mark Tapley 8 6 Ole Sid Tmitor ... 8 ? Testator Little Bestie 8 6 Donizetti Sir Oliver . Silverspray . Traitor Little Bertie Marble Merin Sunbeam CLUDEK PLATE ; 7 furlongs. 9 13 9 5 8 12 8 5 5 3 13 7 Cato Pifflenix Ole Sid Sefton Testator Roebuck First ladj IADIES BBiCSLET ; 1 mile. Decorum ... 10 10 Tharwa Sunbeam ... 9 12 Ole Sid Sefton ... 9 7 Verdict Biacklock ... 9 5 1 he General Enntries are as follows: MAIDEN PLATE :-...

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Marriage of Sir Edward Watkin. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Marriage of Sir Edward Waitkin. The marriage of Sir Kdward Watkin, Bart, M.P., with lbs Herbert Ingram, was cele brated on April 7th at t George's, Hanover The bride is the widow of the founder of the Illustrated, London News, and is a elear witted lady of 80 years of age, the bridg^room being in his 73rd year. It ib stated thiat Mrs Twjgrmn, who iB phyeieally infirm, Igw a fortune of £300,003. at her absolute cototroL Hie BOOS and daughters of Mrs Ingram were said to be greatly opposed to the match, and declared their intention of opposing it, but obviously without success. The anounee meat of the engagement created a great sensation, and was freely criticised by the Press. . Mrs Ingram's former husband, Mr Herbert Ingram, Vf.P. for Boston, d ed 32 years ago, having lost his life in the sinking of an excursion steamer on Lake Michigan. He started The Comic Times a rival to Punch, but it speedily expired. The Ingram family are (he financial backs of Pearson's Weekly, The Week's News...

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Charters Towers District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

extorters Towers Di§trict Hospital. THE annual meeting of the Governor-- and contributor- to the Cha tens Towers District Hospital, was held on Bfond .* a the Court House, 18 being present- The Vice-Pres dent Mr John Rixon, occupied the chair. The Secretary read a Ltter from Mr P. J, Allen, apologising for the absence of the President^ Mr T, Buckland, owing to sicknes . he mi utes of the' ast annua meeting were read and confirmed. The ann .ai report and financial statement were then read by the secretory the report bein^r as follows: In presenting the twentieth annual report, the eomm ttee have again to congratulate the governors and>.su'< scribers on the increased prosperity and use fulness of the ins itut on, as shown iu the treasurer's statement and the res dent medical officer's report. Tue private contri butions amount to £: 85110s 7d, «s against £1660 lis 7d the pr vious year, or an in crease of £190 19s, and the general receipts from nil sources are £5588 7s '6a...

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He Had to be Rough. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

He Had Co be Itough. A Queensland young man was pa ving his addresses to a young lady, bat her father ob jected £o her marriage. * What objection do you have to my marry ing your daughter, you blasted old fool ?' asked the suitor. ' My principal objection is thtt you are rough and disagreeable in your manners' * I am compelled to be so by my expecta tions. I would never be successful if I acted like a gentleman, you old mutton-headed gorilla.' 'What axe your expectations' asked the parents * I am a, coming candidate attha nest Gen eral election'

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

Natural philosophy. " John, can you tell ine the diff- re ce between atfcr cfcion of giavitation and attraction of co hesion P" w Yes, eir ; attraction of gravita tion pulls a drunken man down to ?he g ound, aod the att acton «f cohesion prevents his getting up again."

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A Consoling Thought. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

1 CoasolingThiw^ht. Miss Arabella Morris *y, one of the belles of Austin, went to the Hot Sgring[3 in Vrkansaw, -last week. Hbstetter fc lianis to whom she is engaged accompanied her to th» etation. ' Yon will not forget me while yon are enjoying yourself at the Springs, will you, dearest? Your heirt will still be it for me alone?' whispered Hoatetter. 'Why, of coi-se, Mr Mc Hnnis. Don't you know it is oal * the liver thit is 'ffeeted by the water at Hot Springs. It has no effcct on the heart whatever., Hostetter said h^ didn't know thrit before, and just then the the conductor said, 'all aboard.' Hbstetter says he feels more easy in in his mind now.

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Society in Arizona. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Society in Arizona. We are pleased to know that the cowboys on the lonely ranches of Arizona do not for get their social duties When the work of the ' round up' is ended they generally give a grand ball which is conducted in the most bon-ton manner, it such a ball which re cently took place, the order of the dancers was as follows: I. grand circle march; 2, horse hunter's quadrille; 3, cateh hors^ waltz; 4, saddle up lancers; 5. broncho racquet; 6. captain's quadrille; 7, circulars gallop; 8, ronad-up lancers; 9, cut-out schottische; 10 branding quadrille: II, cow and calf waltz ; 12, night horse lancers; 13, day herder's waltz; 14, maverick polka; 12, bull calf's medley; 16, stampede all.

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THE VICTORIOUS TOWERS TEAM. S. LONG M.J. MOLBAN [?]RYSHON W. TREGHAR A LOVRDAY J.S. ANDERSON B. KENDALL [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

iiYdKaa; g; jiosaaaiiY *g .£ ivaaAoi T Hvamaj; ']& rnnsssr j nva'jojtt 'f 'H ©noi .{? ' WV3iL SH3MO! SnOIHOJiDIA 3 H JL ajjaoo a Kvnijttopi '1 *f wiiTiYoojfl *J& aaiavxg sawviihh *? naaaKvo 7 nvwxvaag *0 H Hxvaji *;j . A. BEGBiiAB Old S tick-in-the-mu 1-An ; anchor. His BxsT'E-Mr. Ardup: * Can't you come ? round to-morrow? Man with bill: * So git. I never put off till to-morrow what .ought to be dunned to day.' He bad never kissed her, and Wd< t-ome what ani ons to make up for lost time s he . said: "Yon might let me Kiss you-just once." - "No," she said, p ay fully shaking her head '. I know wha, just once means-it means . 'half a d->zen times. Vou are 1 ke all the rest." Duri 'S the Zulu war, Dr. entering the surgery, nut and a ked Paddy 1 vo\ le, the or . d<?rly, "which he thought tl»e mjst dangerous .of the cases in the hospital. ' Th»t eir," eaid Paddy, with a jerk of the thumb, point ingto a case of surgical inst ainm s o.i t ie table. ...

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CROYDON JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (BY TEELEGRAPH.) CROYDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

CROYDON JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (BY TECEO-BAPH.) CROYDON, July~4. The following acceptances have been made: C J.C. handicap, 2 miles. Lifchologist ... 8 10 IVanhoe ... 7 12 Oounfc ... 8 0 Ijouette 7\ q Proximo ... 7 12 leap Yea^ ... 7 0 6HOHTS HANDICAP; 5 furlongs, Royal Oak ... ^ 10 Bowler ... 8 5 DISTRICT HANDICAP-1| mile. Lithologiefc ... 8 7 Ivanhoe ... 7 8 Count ... 8 0 Bowler ... 7 8 Proximo ... 7 II £»eap Year ... 7 2 FJOTING- HANDICAP -6 furlongs. Royal Oak ... 9 4 Bowler ... 7 11 ILeon 8 13 Sa*by ... 7 7 ISo^nl: ... 8 5 Ijouette ... 7 7 Donation ... 8 1 Afghan ... 7 5 The general entries are good. There are eevenandeighfcre-pectivelyfor fclie two hscl races, four for the Selling Pace, sis: for the Lnjies* B-acelet, nine for the Trial Stakes, et lb ef, lb Lithologiet Count 9 6 Saxby 8 12 Afghan 8 O 7 12

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Spending The Honeymoon at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

Spending The Honeymoon at Borne. The Pall WaU G-azette says that Sir Ed ward and Lady Watkin have gone to their. Cheshire seat, and not to the continent as stated. As oar readers are aware, Sir Ed ward's Cheshire mansion is situated at Norfch enden. The newly married pair left the Metropolis by & traia reaching L mdon-road S:ation, Manchester, at 6-15. From thenca they were conveyed by special train (via Reddish and Stockport) to Jiorthenden. On arrival at the rill .ge there was no demonstration, owiag to th i fiajt that the das ination of the bride and bridegroom had been kept a profound secret, s j far as outsiders were c »ncerned. ml only the household at ftode Hill were cognisant of the fact. A closed carriage c mveyed ?ir Edward a-id 11s wife t > th^ir residence. It is stated that the bride will take the tide of Lady Ingram Watkin, and that a month hense a coritinantil taur in the south will be undertaken. Sir Edward Watkin formerly represented. Stockport in Parliame...

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

Mr. Arthur edge is * Londoner and started life as a clerk inthe banking house of Prescott . Grote & Co. He came to Australia in 1880 and spent .thej first .three years in travelling through ^ colonies. He finally settled.on the H erberjfc River in 1885 and has since, been engaged in cattle rearing. He was elected chairman of the Hinchinbrook Divisional Board in .1892 also a member of the com ^nittees of the Hospital, Pastoral Society and Jockey Club and is a past-master of the Hinch inbrook Masonic Lodge. The fortnightly meeting of the Associated Workers' Union was held at the Union Hall -on Saturday evening, th» presid nt (Mr T. Givene) occupying the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con firmed, »>nd the outuard correspondence adopted, the inward beinu received. d the mct'on of Mr- Mc ann, seconded by v*r. Oliver, it- was resolved that the secretary be in tructed to ask th- NORTHERN Muter to take note of the Broken Hill miners unem ployed. The lett...

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SECOND DAY. LADIES' MILE [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

SECOND DAY. IiADIEfc' MILE Handicap of 30 sovs. 1 mile. Mr B. fiudd ns eh e Exchaifgfc ... ... 1 Mr C. Crean us bg Marshall £odt, 5yzs... 2 Mr E. Dirch'e bl g Kelso, aged,... ... 3 Won by a length. PRESIDENT'S GIFT, A trophy value 50 sovs, presented by W. iff. > J Corfield, Esq, M.L A. and 20 sore added s ; by the Club. A welter handicap; 14 mile. Mr Glhsan'e b g Briarroot, aged... ... 1 Mr A. Dale's b g The Gift, cgea, 8st - 2 Mr C. B. Klugh'g ch g Powderham, Sjts 3 NOVEL SELLING RACE. Of 35 sovs ; winner to be sold for a SOT. | mile, weights 14lb over weight for age. Mr W. B. Steele's b g Playboy, aged ... 1 Mr L. Crean's b g Sailor, aged 2 Mr Lightning ... ... ... 3 Won easily. NORTH GREGORY TURF CLUB HANDICAP Of 100 sovs, second horse 10 sons from the prize; 2 miles. Mr P. Nilson's b g Tattle-, by Nortli Star, 5yrs, 9st... ...- ... ... JL Mr 5. G. 1 antigen's ch g Friar Tack, sged, 7st 101b % Mr 1). Sslwyn's ch g Rebellion, 4yrs, Sat 21b t Mr 5. Forster's ch g Sir * homas, ag...

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Telegraphic Inteligence. (BY TELEGRAPH.) CAIRNS July [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

(BY TBHSWBAPH.) r I; ' -4J"" CAI&BS July ' The Customscollrctions for the quarter . ending 30th June show a decrease of £12->6, and for the year £4451 v Thp collec tions for the year were £22,4 75,. The weather is showery. Thursday JsiJ^nd, June 28 - The-Government steamer Albatross arrived, yesterday with three ep rs from Townsville, - Cairns and Codktqwn. The lepers wore a 1 landed at Friday sland be'ore da^k, and every provision had. been made fo~ their reception. - The Albatross proceeds ;to D y men Island to-morrow to convey two leptrs from: there to Friday Island. Mu h dis-. satisfaction is expressed at the ^Premier not even acknowledging the protest of the resi dents against landing the lepers at Friday Island. s." | . : htjbsday IsiiAKD, June 30. - At a |>ablic meeting, held last night, to. considerate .desirableness of establi-hing a general hospital, there was a Large attnd ancet and Mr Frank Summers, Chairman of the fDimonal Board, occupied the chair. Resolu...

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GREGORY TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING (BY TELEGRAPH) WINTON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

FORTH CKREOORY TUBI? CLUB. \ - '?' ' '7fewS: A\TNUAIi MEETDTGK _ J:- '' . ;r ? -- 'S (.BY TEI«EGJ1APH} Wi3fTOK, Jujie 30. ? The Winter Annual Races hare passed off" successfully, and the following are the results FISST DAY. TBIAL STAKES. Of 25 eove: for nil horses that hafesoti won a prize exceeding 15 SOVB. 1 mile. 141b OTer w.f.a. Mr fi. Sadd ns eh g Exchange ... 1 Mr J. Anderson's g g Erin, aged... ... 2 Mr <T. Butler's b g K pper, 5yrs ... ... &? FLYIKG HANDICAP OISOBOTS; § mile Mr S. CJemesha's ch m Vida, 7st 12lb ... 1 Mr D. Selwyn'e ch g Rebellion, aged, Sst 31b 2 Mr J. Forster's ch g Sir Thomas, aged, 8st 4lbs ... 3 A splendid race. Won by half a lengttu EELhlKG RACE Of 20 bovs ; winner to be sold for 29 BOVB» surplus to go to the elub ; 71bs allowed for every reduction of 5 sovs in selling, price; 1 mile, w.w.f.a. Dragoman ... 1 Rifleman ... ... ... ... ... 2 Rifleman and his rider Williams, an ama teur, were disqualified for twelve months for suspicious ...

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CHARTERS TOWERS V.TOWN [?]VILLE BRITISH ASSOCIATION RULES. TOWNSVILLE VERSUS QUEENTON RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 6 July 1892

<2HAKTEitS TOW EES V. TOWNaVIXLE # BRITISH ASSOCIATION BULKS. c.% *? - - . r * "TOWSSVIllE TEESTB Q.UEENTON BaJTGKEHS. (BY QKLOOSES.) The above l&atft rr et ia their tliird match on Saturday afternoon, &; Victoria Park, SOBS i eland, in the presence of a fair numb er -of spectators. including- many more ladies ~£han graced the speptators' raBiks in Charter* Towere. What -prpy^d to be a rather ear i wire was received^ on Flidajr afternoon ie,^cr^Eary;! pf - the Towns ville Cluh Lihe 3m jbhfie : "^ming do wn with rather %i; * he lehie ^t with" us." Seemingly sp^l&e- Towneville men w much iaT;w^'e^co -fident of success. At fire the and a good wind at "' the gaice wais started. .jOfe; and, tandgr anxious. |)aring this half Be :umonfc and McAllister had a good show of distinguishing themselves, and did go with great credit. WMe admiring the splendid goaikeeping of both, irje must not pass over the Judicious tackling and reliable kicking of the back divi...

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