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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
WYATT & ri ATES, YATT & %JT ATES, TIMBER MERCHANT* CONTBACJO&S, BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS & IRONMONGERS, CHARTERS TOWERS. A Large Stock of Ail Kinds of Timber and Iron always on hand. DOORS, SASHES, FRPNCH LIGHTS, &c., LOCKS, BOLTS, HINGES, AKD BUILDING MATERIALS Of Every Description, and at REASONABLE PRICES. Estimates given of Eveiy Description ef work. UNDERTAKERS. Their New HEaRS fc has been lately supplied with Handsome Black and White Plumes at great expense. FUNERALS Will be supplied in any eiyle tt the Shortest- Notice, end the Most Moderate Charges. MONCMENTS AND TOMBSTONES Supplied and If reeled. Adbress NEXT TO THE CALEDONIAN HOUSE, GlLI. SlREET. N.B.-Funeral Orders, wlisn the Shop is closed, to fee left at Mr. T. Wyatt'S Private Residence, opposite the School of Arts. .
The Storgteller. SWEET IS REVENGE. [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. CHAPTEERS I. AND II.—Sir Danvers Fothergille, of Fothergille Abbey, a twentyyear-old widower, falls in love with a Miss Fayne. a governess at the rectory of the Rev. Charles Harrow; and after telling the Baronet she once loved another man, now dead, she, not without hesitation, consents to become his wife. CHAPTERS IIL AKD IV.—The marriage of Sir Danvers and the governess came as a, cruel surprise on Captain Jack Fothergille, a nephew of Sir Danvers. who, a roue and gambler, has spent some time in the Australian bush, and returning hears of his cousin's wedding, which bids fair to deprive him of his expected inheritance. At the Abbey he meets the Hon. Mrs. Crayworth, a female adventuress, whom he has known in former years, and he thinks she may be useful to him in his schemes. Whilst on his visit to the Abbey, the captain leaves his valet at home as a matter of precaution. A female with a pensive face, and with an air of mystery about her. calls at the house and asks for the captain. Her appearance and her strange talk about a dream which had separated her and the captain interests Barlyl, the valet, and as she leaves without giving any name he resolves to follow her. CHAPTER VII.—HER HAPPINESS IS MY WOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
SWEET IS REVEN6E. By J. FITZGERALD MOLLOY, ^Author of " Sow Came He Head V' " That Villain Romeo? A Modern, Magician. $(c. prow FIRST PUBLISHED.] [Ail RIGHTS RESEEVED.] SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. VChapters I. akd II.-Sir Danvers Fother rgille, of Fothergille Abbey, a twenty year-old -widower, falls in love with a Miss JWne. a governess at the rectory . of the Jlev. Charles Harrow; and after i telling the Baronet she once loved -.another man, now dead, she, not without hesitation, consents to become bis wife. ^CHAPTERS IIL AKD IV.-The marriage of Sir Danvers and the governess came as a, cruel surprise on Captain Jack Fother gille, a nephew of Sir Danvers. who, a ^trofte and gambler, has spent some time in the Australian bush, and returning hears of his cousin's wedding, which bids fair to deprive him of his expected in heritance. At the Abbey he meets the Hon. Mrs. Craywortli, a female ad venturess, whom he has known in former years, and he thinks she may be usef ul to liim in hi...
BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, April 9. Tiue following are to-days sales : No, 4& West Dawns at 4s 3d, 4s 4d, 4s 3d, 4s 2d, and 4s Id. The following are the latestquotations: ITo. 4a West Day Dawn, b 3s lOd, s 4s Id Golden Crate, b 6b ild Q.ueen Consolidated, e 3s Bunbust, b 13s, s 14a 5d Hiew Grace Darling, b 9d Brilliant and St George United, b 10s 5d, e 10s lid Brilliant Block pju., s IBs 3d Brilliant Block, con., b 13 3d, e 13s 9d Ko. 1 East; Snnborst, b 6§d
Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
rag Tlie CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CAI1I1. Quotations for 9tli April. 1891; - Brilliant and ft. George United, b 10s, 6 lis Brilliant Block, p.u., b 17s 9J, s 18 6d Brilliant Block, COIL, b 1383d, e 13s 6d, cales 100 at 13s 6d Brilliant Worcester acd Victoiy United, s Day Da^n, ¥o. 4A. W. b 4s ldf s 4s 93, Kelly's Queen Block, b 6s 6d lady Maria, b 3s 3d Milk United, b 6s fid Muldiva eon., b 4s 3d, 6 5s 3d Hew lion Duke, b 6d s 7d Jfew Grace Barling, b Is 2|d, s Is 3J, sales 1050 at 1« 4d, 400 Is 3d, 4,450 Is 3d, 400 Is 2kd New Towers Extended, b 4d s Sd ITo. 6 Q.ueen, b 6d, s 8d No, 7 ¥,E. Queen, b 5s, e 5s 8d No. 2 8-E. Day Dawn, b Is 6d, s 1b lOd ijueen Central, b 3s Sd, s 4B 6d .Scandinavian P-CL, b 5d, e 7d Sunfeuret RC., b I4s, s 16s St. George, b 3d 6.E. Brilliant, b 3d, s 6d
" THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
" THE NORTHERN MINING HEGISTER" SHARE LIST. laine of Company. Band of Hope Brilliant and St. Greorge United Brilliant &.M. Co - Brilliant Block p. a Ditto contributing Bonnie Dundee Brilliant and Worcester and Victory -Caledonia P. C. p. u. Ditto contributing 'Charters Towers Pyrites ... Ditto ditto p. u. to 5/ &lt;CIiarters Towers Gas ... Daa'O'Connell ^ Day Dawn So. 3 West ... ... . Ditto ditto p. u. to 10/ Day Dawn So. 4A. West (issued p. u. to 10/- ... DayDawn So. 4B West ... ... ' ... Day Dawn Uo. 5 West ... ... ... Day Dawn So. 6 West Day Dawn Schoo Beserve p. u. ... ... Ditto ditto contributing... Day Dawn P. C. ... GoltkiiOate ... * TTiiidftn Treasure and Mount Lady Maria Home Rule p. a. to 10/- ... Kelly' Caledonia ... Kelly's Queen Block Jjadj Maria... Mosman ... ... ... ... 'Mills Day Dawn United ... Millican Caledonia... ... ... ;3few lion Duke ... ... Sew Imperial Ifortli Queensland Pyrites contributing... Ditto ditto p. u. Sew Grace Darling ISTo. 7 Nort...
The Beginning of the End. (FROM THE MINER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
The Beginning of Hie End. (FROM THE MINER.) OUR telegrams of Wednesday indi cate the first signs of capitulation on the part of the shearers, and it is only a question of a few days until we see the end of the abortive shearers* strike, which has left the strikers considerably worse off than when they went out, and has involved the country in a considerable expense in the maintenance of law and order. Mr. TEMPLE, the secretary of the amalgamated Shearers' Union, has asked for a conference to discuss the tract," and Mr Whitely KING, the secretary of the P&storal:sts' Associa tion, has promised to call a meeting of the pastoraJists* committee to con sider the matters referred to in Mi* TEMPLETS letter. In his letter to Mr j KING Mr TEMPLE says;-" According point of " freedom of con* tothe pastoralists definition of the term 4 freedom of contract,' the shearers are prepared to admit it." Now if such an admission were made by any responsible representative of the Shearers Union ...
The Agreement They Refuse to Sign. (FROM THE MINER) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
(FfiOM the MrN EE ) The shearers strike being tlie princi pal topic of discussion at tlie present time, it wall not be out of place to lay before oar readers the agreement about which there lias been so much dispute, and the refusal to sign which is the primary cause of the strike. The shearing roles are also appended in order that the public may have an opportunity of seeing what they are and judging whether they are fair 01* not. They are as follow: Agreement made this day of 18 between. hereinafter called tlie employer of the one part, aad the undersigned shearer of the other part. The £erms of this agreement are that tlie undersigned shearer hereby agrees to faithfully serve the employer by shearing with all reasonable despatch all the sheep re-1 quired of him by the employer or his agent during the present season in a good and "workmanlike manner and to the satisfaction of the employer or his agent, the total miniber of sheep required to be shorn by the whole of the shearers em...
C.P.S. OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
C.PJS. OFFICE, Cosfes of Court - ? .. Immigration Department Immigration Refund Theatrical License Fees Fines Slaughter Yard Fees Stock Assessment ?42 0 0 9 14 a 2 0 0 6 16 10 52 0 4r 30 2 £ 0 5 O 0 6 O £165 12 1 LASTDS OFFICE. Grazing Farms ... Occupation Licenses Timber Licenses ... Lithographs 183 9 1 §3 15 O 38 10 0 0 O 6 £178 14 7
North-westwards. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
Xortliwestivards. BUSHE ANGER.) The tide from Huglienden to Biclimoml is generally not very interesting, but yots can make it very much, so by starting in wefc weather. Ploughing along through the black soil (which never hardens with traffic) over the horses fetlocks at eycry step, con stantly making Biblical remarks, wears & man out before he gets 20 miles. And when you have done the 180 miles, and arrived at the city of Richmond, there is nothing to reward you for your pains. The usual little I one-horse township, with its three pubs, and one store, a place that only wakes up twice in the year, and that's at race times, when, the squatters and stockmen for many miles around roll up to decide which of tibieir old. crocks can go fte fastest for a mile or so, that's if they are " jigging," some of them only come to run " stiff," and get weight off for bigger meetings. One night in this place fills a man up to the neck, so X must push, on for Hie mining towns, where people app...
Police Intelligence. MONDAY. (Before Messrs. R. W. Kendrick, W. Holliman, G. Cavey, and W. Philipson, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
MONDAY. (Before Messrs. H. W. Kcudrick, W. HoIIi man, Gr. Cavev, and W. PLulipson, J.J.P.) THE case of Mary Jane Akes v. Damas Akes, for wife desertion, was adjourned for one week. Mr. Dwyer appearing for the defence. Thomas White v. Jacob Sloane, assault and battery. Defendant pleaded cause fo show. Mr. John Marsland appeared for the plaintiff. Mr. I *wyer for the defendant. Thomas White said he was a carpenter, residing at Alabarn i Bridge; defendant, who was a neighbor, came to his place on the 19th March, and asked witness if he had thrown his (defendant's) goat over witness* fence, he said he had, and defendant imme diately struck him under the left eye; there was then a struggle, and defendant got knocked about. Cross-examined by Mr. Dwyer: Did not throw the goat as high as I could or uilk much violence; have stated everything as it happened; do not think I have forgotten anything; I took up no weapon: there was & pea rifle in tha house ; I tried to get it; if I had go...
Inviting Trouble. (From the MINER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
Inviting Trouble. (From the Moras.) THE officers of the Divisional Board seem to be inviting- trouble, and, unless something is done soon, they will have their fondest desires in this direction gratified to the utmost. At the lower end of Boundary-street, where it intersects the St. Patrick road, the Board have been making what they, no doubt, imagine to be improvements, by putting down box drains. Before the late works were undertaken, the crossing was bad, but now the place is infinitely worse. Large quantities of the nastiest and stickiest clay have been put down to make a road (?) and the result is a veritable quagmire. One unfortunate teamster lately got quite stuck there, and in extricating his dray lie made two huge holes in the road, which have been waiting over a week for a victim to fall into them and break his neck. Although the Board's officers must have been , well aware of this, no attempt is apparently made to mend matters. When the Chairman and one or two members hav...
Shipping news. [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TOWNSVILLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
fetos [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TOWNSVILLE. ARRIVALS. April 5.-Birksgate, s, Capt. Higgim, from soutli. Passengers - Mesdames Meny, Wilson, McLarty and cliild, and Judge, Messrs. Gray, Bedrouth, Collings, Willis, Pinion, Keating, Capt. Willis, Inspec tor Judge, and 26 in the steerage. Burns Philp and Co., agents. April 5.-Lucy and Adelaide, from tlie South Seas, Capt. Conuell, with 71 recruits. April 5.-Palmer s, Capt. Clark, from Cairns. Passengers-Miss Brooks, Messrs. Bytheway, Hoar, Crau, Cuddishey, Peters, Blackmore, (rough, Walker, Harlowe, Graham, and 12 in tlie steerage. Burns Philp and Co., agents. April 5--Burdekiu s, Capt. Kier, from Northern ports. April 6.-Star of Hope, s, from Plantation Creek w ith steerage passengers. April 6.-G-ollan, s, from Dungenness. April 6.-Moonta, schooner, Capt. Hal crow, from Maryborough. April 6. - Tom Fisher, from Brisbane, Captain Henry. April 6.-Barcoo, s, from Cooktown, Cap tain Banks. Passengers-Miss Marquis; Messrs Cooper, Col...
EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
EXPECTED ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports Grabo, to-day, Saturday, lltli April. Arawatta, Tuesday, 14th April. Cintra, Saturday, 16th April. Wodonga, 'luesday, 21st April. Howard Smith's s.s., Saturday, 25th April. Barcoo, Tuesday, 28th April. From Port Douglas Cairns, Greraldton, and Dungeness Palmer, to-day, Saturday, 11th April, a-nd thence weekly. Burdekin. to-day, Saturday, 11th April, and thence weekly. From Cooktown and intermediate ports Aramac, Sunday, 12th April. B uninyong, Wednesday, 15th April Arawatta, Sunday, 19th ApriL Birksgate, Wednesday, 22nd April. Wodonga, Sunday, 26th April. Grabo, Wednesday, 29fch April. Barcoo, Sunday, 3rd May. From Normanton, Thursday Island, &e. B uninyong, Wednesday, 15th ApriL Birgsgate, Wednesday, 22nd ApriL Crabo, Wednesday, 29th ApriL From London and intermediate ports Bulimba, to-day (Thursday), ApriL Taroba, Thursday, 23rd April. Tara, Thursday, 21st May. Merkara, Thursday, 18th June. Jumna, Thursday, 16...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
DEPABTtritES. I April 5.-Birksgate, s, Captain Higgine, for i Kortli. Passengers - Mesdames .tfranier, , Netfcleford. Leu, Hee; Messrs Walker, I Deane, Leu, Hee, Hurwood, Coraock, Bur tensh&w, Hunter, and JLS in the steerage. April 5.--Myrtle, Brigantine, for New Guinea. j April 6.-BimLekin, s, for Port Douglas. Passengers-Mr Corney and 4 in the keelage. April 6.-Bareoo, e, for the South, Captain Banks. Passengers-Mesdames Iiethbridge, Moore, Miners, Scott, Henderson, Ryzli.; Misses Harris, Graham, Cape, Irvin; Bevs. Eberhardt, Ellison; Messrs Handley, Bytlie wav, Watson, Greddes, Slait-ery, Dane, Pares, Cation, Byrne, Fuiford, Ashman, Milnian, Chough, Sidley, B-ussell, Eirao, Benson, Smafiey, Young and 43 in the sfceerage. : Bums, Pbilp and Co., agents. | April ^.-Palmer, for tlie 'XoiCL. Pas sengers -Messrs. Harvey, Peters, Palmer, and J2 In the ete&age. Burns, Philp a«a Co-agents. April 8.-rArawiac, e, for the north, Capt. Meahurn. Passengers-Messrs. Dunn, Man bat...
Commercial. (BY CABLE.) LONDON. April 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 11 April 1891
Commercial. CABIiE.) London. April 8. Three hundred and fifty bags and two thousand mats of Queensland sugar have been sold, good ordinary brown realising 12s 6d, fine brownish 18s 9d per ewt. Tenders for tlie North Melbourne Town Council Loan of £60,000 at 4| per cent., the minimum of which was fixed at 102 were opened to-day. The amount tendered, was £203.000, averaging about 103J. The Argentine Cabinet has suspended the payments of deposits in the National and Pro vincial Banks until June, the depositors being offered a bonus. It is proposed to fuse both banks into a State Bank. The Institute of Bankers hare discussed Baden-Powell's paper on the Trustees In vestment Question. Mr Billinghurst said, there were many signs of the colony's pro ceeding with utterly u uremunerati ve works', and they must accept much lower prices for loans of money sought to be raised locally. Wool Market:-Local stocks are good. Greasy merinos and all crossbreds are fully equal to the best prices. Grood ...