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THE WOOL SALES. LONDON. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

THE WOOL fs * TjES. LONDON. Ja'.v 5. ■VN • ^ -u There is a large ntu n ia^co at the .wool sales, and ( rices a»e very firm, for anything good, Are weaker f<> inferior. The catalogue is chiefly Inferior. The sales do e on the 15th July.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Cable Intelligence. ME. GLADSTONE'S STATEMENT, LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

ME. GLM}$TOKTF.'S STATEMENT, Loiidos, July 5. Mr Gladstone states that the de mand for eight; hoars is premature, if not impossible. The case of the miners would be more hopeful if the district were unanimous ou the ques tion of the eight hours day. Local option should prevail, but there i* little hope of success.

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A SPLENDID PRICE. LONDON. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

A SPLENDID PRICE. Lonooit. julrs. The Cardiff ^"ity Council l»*aa. of £422,000, at 3^ per cent, averaged £106 Is 9d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

■m'm pxua 4A.o i J&. r$-*x vnen hxio jc. -v ^ gaMn&aii fctM ^ 4 ^ira.ftMlllA1. i. pue pjoijasripH 0jBMpj?H 0jbmssb{q aj9Suoujuoj| 'sauooojg ; —JO axi^STBtxoo 'spooo JLtlO II©® TITOS BAA 'AiiYJiaw^ Pi'Xs.aa BBj a'jui 'ipeKOtLfnohap o& ®QKno&&r bx ms sua diqwrnd pdanorj &ni pa ofoifdy poo$ V •ouisivifto ao sfloaisaa KK©5iN(gt 444 ffi sstacrao iioiios. xaTiQ^xoacissra:; elai w r- bwpm j> wtjw CAN SELL AT • WE A Rig' pf rmm jf pwwfw tpww AND THEREFORE, THE LOWEST PRICES ! ! ! ^ WE HAVE ON HAND AND ARRIVING BT EVERT SOUTHERN STEAMER:— BUTTER V BACON V CH ESK \* EGGS V MAIZE V WHEAT V OATS CHAFF, HAY. POTATOES & ONIONS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

COANE and OIiARKG| WW^M£r.&M&*W BWSS.3®E15i€pS» S£<i§iBM2&«3i.v Gfeatfeis Towess. sharebrokprsi; assayers, analysts. ;|l. J. COABE, member ol the Charters Towers Stock Exchange, pays exclusive atten tion to the Stock and Sharebroking Branch of the Fiim. A. W- CLARKE, F.G.S., late Government Mineralogist attends to the Assaying and Analysing Department. | K.B.—-Water, Coal, and Organic Analysis can be executed in our Laboratory. E. B. MILES.] >m> [J. MULLIGAN. MINING AGENTS, CHAETRES TOWEES. % BRANCHES— _ _ __ BRANCHES— London, Sydney, Brisbaue; ^ ^ f | £l 1^1 1 Jw Mormanton, 'ffhnr§day €airn§, Cooktown, -1 § j^- Island, Port Moresby, CSharters Towers, ^ P- ^ ^ ^ andSamwaL * TOWNSVILLE. * Importers of Station Requisites, also Wines, Spirits, Ales, <fcc., AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF STOREKEEPERS' AMD HOTEK.KEEPERS' SUPPLIES. SHIPPING, INSURANCE, & FORWARDING AGENTS. w Asian Fl^ AGEHC1ES. | Australian United Steam Navigation Co ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

J. R. Bradshaw, Bow-street, Coane & OlarM, Buekland's Build Robert Rtassell, l^sm&n-street. R. W- Ken(Irick,^& Go, Bow-street. Uiears & Co, " City Auction Mart, A. M. Newman, Gill-street. ,\ .. 1 W. G. Smith & Sobs, Bow-street. B>. W. Kendrick & Co, Bow-street. X/Romberg & Go.Ice Works, King street. The Non-alcoholic Beverage Com ' pauy. ' - " BAKERS &C. C-M'Donald, Gill-street. T. W. Cowin, Mosman-street. BUILDERS «€. B. Toll, PhoenixSteam Joinery Works Mary and Ann Streets: Towers Bazaar,Gill-street. Wyatt & Crates, Gill-street, Impor ters of Yesuvian Refrigerating Paints. : ,-*"0,Meara Bros, Gill-street. J. Crab& Co, Gill-street. The Towers; Brewery Co. Ltd. S. Nicolas, Brilliant Boot Mart, Gill street. " A, B. Face, Sydney Boot Mate" Arcade,Mosman-street. Joseph Wiltshire, Gill-street. " Robt. Dott, Njrkhem Miner Boot Aicade, GiU-stceet. Guthrie ^Stephens, Gill-street, Iver Bedersen, Hodgkinspn-st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

(LATE GHSMEHgTS FAMILY HlOTiEZL,), H&i&ioH STiuM&x,. -GHAetbes towbes. s. «•#■ ONLY THE OP WINlS^ KEPT. R B i r ;!!£■ M il: H H ESTABLISHED 1867* NSLAND DRUG HJf TOWNSVIIiLEf Opposite At Shaw & Co., aiia Apliii Brown & Co. i Importer of Corks andMaterials required by Crated and DRUGGIST AND I Imp&Efcer of Soaps, Perfomeiy, Pace Powder and Washes. Importer of Sponges,Bras1iwaTO, &c. .' Lnporteror*&»d Sole A^ent for Apollinaris Water. Importer of BrnggistsVSimdiies. ^ - 1;;1 Importer of Surgical Instruments and Appliances. _ J Impoz-fcer of llair Djes aiid llestorers. . Importer o£ Eleetrid Batteries. , | Importer of Photographic Plates and other Goods. SPECIAL QUOTATIONS <3l¥F.N FOR HOSPITALS SUPPLIED AT SCHEDULE PRICES. CATALOGUES WITH PRICE SENT OK APPLICATION. / BRANCH ESTAB11SBMENT at WEST END, next Mr. James Hoberfcson, Grocer. GILL STREET. k Wholesale ^)rdere Supplied at Brisbane Prices. -<■ -...

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LATE CABLES. TWO DESTRUCTIVE FIREES London, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

two besimrotiim fires. London, July ii. Two-thirds of 8t. John's, Newj Brunswick, has been desr toyed, and six people have lost their lives; not a public boildiog or mercantile house has escaped. A vessel was burned in the harbor, bat the other# steamed to ee*. Hie fire origi nated. through a man dropping j ft match in a barn. The fire ] stopped only when there was nothing i more to born. The damage is esti mated at £4,000,000. Men of war are conveying food from Halifax, and j funds have been opened in all Cana diancities. Another disastrous fire has occurred at Christiana, the capital of Noway, j where one-half of the city has been i burned, including the Bank of Nor- j way, savings bank and post office, i The damage is estimated at £1,000,000.'

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To A Fair Saint. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

To A Pair §aint. For forty tediouB days drawn out, Thou most perverse of misses - (Your sacrifice you sayit was), You've kept from me your kisses. And now yon come with lips held up To mine—your penance over— You'd have me leave the arid sands - And dwell once more in clover; But has it been an arid sand For me while you've been fasting ? Dear me, so far as I'm concerned. Your penance can be lasting. Saharra was too much for me, It had too dry a basis, And while ton fasted, dear, I found A dimpled, sweet oasis...

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No Wonder She Died. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Wo Wonder She Died. A Scotch, clergyman was lately depicting— before a deeply Interested uudie ce—the alarming increase of intemperan e, when he astoniBhed his hearers by exclaiming : '1 young woman in my neighborhood died very suddenly last Sabbath, while T was preaching the gospel n a state of beastly in toxication.' < The late Prince of Farstenburg practically owned the entire country between the Neckar and the Danube, in which w situated the Black Forest, tlia Schwarzwald, dear- to song and story. Max O'Rell says that every one, except kings and- the prime ministers of a few great powers, likes to be interviewed; and he considers it a compliment to be ash d to give ,» newspap r ids ideas. Miss He'en Ola^etone, d*ughte<- of the ex Premier, is the vire-president of Newnham College, the women's annexe of Cambridge CDiversity. Miss Gladstone is 46 years old and of « very r- tiring disposition. The late Or Wa ter Charming, one of the leading physicans of Boston,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Jtla. ^toc^ aiiljf ^iardnroker. Member of the Charters iWaa StockExehaiigie. Bew S^b**i; Charters Towem W« L. Davies & Co., Sharebrokers, Mining Seer>-tari©s, and Insurance agents: CHARTERS TOWERS. Agents for the;— Guardian Assurance Co., Correspondents -Sa England, and all the oloniee. W. L. Bavies, (Member Charters iitock lxdtti|e}. THE COMPETITION. JL Is for the beet short Sketch o* Btory. 10s 6d for the most Hamroem bfident. 'The Proprietors of the Nobtb Q«9<98tli>B Bkkbibs offer as follows:— BEST SKETCHY ARTICM STORY. OR £1 Is for the best Sketch or Steiy dealing •with Queensland Life, seat in b fen the 1st August. The sketch or story wast be at least one column of the *- bgirpeb in length, I and not more than three coiemu. I he! name of Che winner will be published with | -the contribution. ] A Similar Offer will remain open iadeft-: nitely, Competitions closing on the let and 15th of the various months. Jtt CURRENT NOTE TION. 00MPJ5TI 10s 6d for the b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Charters Towers Athletic Association. TEISO Grand Sporting Carnival t© BE held OJT THE iSSIClATHirS GEOORD. OTI8M IILL, % OK Timrsd&jf 1st September, W Patron: S. J. Bayers, Esq., M.L.A..JJ?., President: 9. Millican, Esq, J.P. Vice-Presidents: A. BLPntehard Esq., J P. H Perkias Esq John Cameron Esq. Judges: A. E. Pritchard Eeq. 3, Cameron Esq. Handicapperg, Foot Races ; llnsn James Carroll and '"id Moore. Handicapper, Bicycle Races: A.C. Leyehon. Starter: James Carroll, Esq. Referee: ffifihiwd Kirkbride, Esq. Master of Tracks : H. J. Welding, Esq.. Official Timekeeper: Sid Moore Esq., Committee: Megem A. F. lampbell, D. Edwards, E.Shel drlek, F. T. Watkina, F. i^eleoa, P. F. Bjbd, H. J. Welding, W. Stabler, and H. Marslaad, Hon. Secretary; 0. If. Bucknell fielj. Programme of Events ; Charters Towers Athletic Associa tion Third Grand Handicap Of £40; distance, 150 yards; 1st anan J£30» 2nd man. J&S, 3rd man £3. 4th man £2- Nomi nation, 7a. 6d; acceptance. 5s. Amateur ...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

WIT AND HUMOR. A ' chestnut is the story tbt Mi^f»r fellow tells. he best method for handlingbees, for; |wd amateur, is by prosy . = 4 ™an'8 potit'eal friendB are-tiofralw«ys the * meajie would like tolb«de horsra«ilh. ■ t. « iB & lemenfcable fact that Pride often patent- leather boots and begs ite f» T Jnat i-an »tjgel of a house!' mid Ae £ ; Nofcquite,'.he implied. 'It has only one - flP£» ' ' % ■ ' That remain*to be seen,' as the boysaid t^ J^epUtttie ink on the tablecloth. Wa^lfconyouregi8?' JJJ#«o think you. $hey re not aTall * ' Miss Sharpe proposed toC3holly last ^4- *D& he accept ?' • He had to. Her father was in the house.' t * If there is anything I dislike,' said Blig gms sas the edtor returned his witty efifort, *sit. s a man wh • won't tekea joke.* i She—* Will yon take a part in oar the&t ipcals F* He—■ Aw —weally—I—aw—should bo ifk- to. What should I fate. She— 'Tickets' Atlast—11 have at last come to (lie con clusion ' began Mr Stalate.' 4 So ...

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[?]BY F[?]BALL. IMPERIALS V. WALLA[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

f itgbt FooeBAix. DDFUIiie V. VAUiUNW. (Br Nbko). 1 he above teams met yesterday at Bich mond Hili. - The afternoon waa s.lendiril for playing, being cold and bracing, though a strong wind from the sou" west made kick .ng awkward. Though, the play mostly was fast and open, it was uninteresting from a spectator's point of view bjr reason of ita one-. sidedsess, the Imps fairly running over their opponents. The limited space at mr die-; posal forbids a detailed account, s» I will simply describe ho-*7 the points were scored. ; At 15 minutes the play being near the 'Boo 1 goal, Newton, Imp three-quarter, secured i from behind scrum* and got a> by. Camp bell took the kick, but missed the goal. Score, 8 —love. Fire minutes later Treg^ar, under similar circumetances, san in and touched down, which Campbell, though he put in a grand kick, failed to convert into a goal. Score, 6—love. At 27 minutes, after * nice string of short passes. Nelson dodged In and tried. Trevarrow essayed fchs l...

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THE NEW ORIENTAL BANK. LONDON. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

THE NEW ORIENTAL BaNK. Ijondon. Julv 5. Mr Justice Will jams has granted an •rder for the volant »y winding up of ttieNew Orieutal Bank.

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A "LITTLE WAR"IN DAHOMEY London, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

A ** IiiTiliE WAR" IN DAHOMET London, Ju'y 5. :The Dahomevans ate a<Uauctng oil Port Novo. 'I he Fre> cb g-n rison is Weak, and imploring rem fore*-ments.

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COLONIAL ITEMS. LONDON. July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

COLONIAL ITEMS. Lonuon. Jalv 4>. Mr. Fitzgibbon has arrived and iff hopeful of floating the £200,000 loan for the Melbourne Board of Works,: though he is assured the Victorian loan hampered his chance.

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ELECTION AMENITIES. London, july 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

ELECTION AMENITIES. London, jul* 4. The ParnelHtes attempted to wreck a train on which 200 Auti-Parnellites were proceeding to Lisdeen. Tho disaster was, however, averted. CHOLERA. £ London, July 4. Cholera is raging at Sarator, is Russia.

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MR. DIBBS. LONDON. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

MR. DIB8S. liONDOH. Jnlr 5. Mr. Dibbs hascancelied his engage meats with the Imperial Federation Leagae. He dines with the Lord Major on Wednesday, meeting' the Archbiehop of Canterbury aad other prelates. THM GITY QRJ&mG&&0. The attempt to float the Cifcy ol A I'ESTirAk. Xjondon, JnJj 6. College, Dublin, commenced with ft brilliant function and a pnb'ic pro cession of delegates and graduates to St. Patrick's CathedraL Th ANOTHER BALLO0$ z " ?

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THE "CITY OF CHICAGO." LONDON. July 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

THE "CITY OF CfllCA&O." iiONDOtf. JoJv 4l + af -—. Sip Mathew H. Davies w»s <«q tlifr deck at the time ofthe striking of the Cifcy of Chicago, and was among 200' passengers who climbed the face of a cliff by means of 300ft of rope ladder, la the £04 and rain they tramped across the hills to Kinsale. Mr. Pavies personal baggage is still aboard. , .

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