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LEES-GODDARD FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

In "the tiees -Groddard fight to take place %L-£he~Sfca££iig t&iikliere on May 23rd with ,3fpj©ves for Hie Championship ofAustralia, preliminary affairs are being disposed of l^tififactorily. Last week Mr Walker re anitfced Groddard's expenses to Sosing Editor of the Sydney Referee, andtiie TOaii going south on Thursday conveyed the articles, acopyofwhieh will be found below, ^bdiHie saarie gentleman, as GoddawFs repce Saatative, for the present champion's signa Ipe. I see by the Tteferee that " Smiler" lias fiied iip eveiytliing with " Cyclone" "Joe, and as both parties a re .out for gore the fight will be one of the best ever fought in the colonies. The articles read as follows: Articles of agreement between Joseph; ^jroddard. of Sydney, Champion Boxer of the i Australian colonies, and TIios. Lees, now of Charters 'I owers, Quepasland, ex-Cliampion IBoxer of Australia. Whereby it is agreed that the -said part ies shall fight to a finish «mder Queensbury Rules with gloves, ...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. (By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUE, OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] TOWNSVILLE, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

a iu s. . r- » QUEENSLAND. (BJ ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FDOM ©UE, OWX CORRESPONDENTS.! - . TOWSSVUXB, APRIL 12. This afternoon a meeting was held in the ! Victoria. Park, South. Townsville, of sympathisers with the shearers in the pre sent strike. About 200 persons congregated in Flinders-street, and marched thence to the i park where the usual speeches were indulged j in. Among the speakers was F. C. B. Vosper, of Charters Towers. A committee has been appointed to canvass the different localities on behalf of the Macrossan fund. Mr. W. V. Brown has Volunteered to deliver a lecture in aid of the fund at an early date, j TOWNSYUXB, April 15. I ^ At the Eupreme Court to-day an applica tion for a writ of Habeas Corpus by Thomas Barton, was refused. The application for an extended panel in Begina v. Vosper was abandoned. _ The Customs collections for the first fort night of April amounts to £6519. It is understood that the information is being prepared by Mr. Leu and Vosper will be arreste...

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H WKESBURY BACE CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

H iWKESBUBY BACK CLUB. AUTUMN MEETISa. {BY ELECTRIC T£I-E<J11APH.) [FROM OUR OWN COKRESPOXDEXT.] STOSTEV. April II.. Tlie Autumn Meeting of the Hawkesbury Bace Club was concluded to-day, the weather being again -beautiful and the attendance was very good. Everyone enjoyed the trip to the old estabb'shed race grounds. Follow ing are the results :-Second Hurdle Bace, 2|- miles.-Hengist, 1; First Light, 2; Kill amej, 3. ISankipoo and General Gordon also started. Betting: 2 to 1 Killaraey. 3 to 1 First Light, 7 to 2 Hengist, 5 to 1 Uan kipoo. Hengist went to the front, First Light, Nankipoo and General Gordon being together with the favorite last. The same order was kept over the first jump and round; i the bend into the straight. They ran in the same positions to the round turn and along the back of the course except that Kankipoo refused to jump and was distanced. Hen gist here came away and won easily by three lengths. Shirts Handicap, H furlongs.J -Oddfellow, !; Flower, 2...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES. STDSET, April 11. At the Quarter 'Sessions this afternoon, Joseph. B. Brady, wlio pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzlement on Thursday lastr was sentenced to six. years' penal servitude on each of four charge brought against 1dm,. the sentences be concurrent. A Wesleyan preacher, named Reuben Smith, has been arrested on a charge of perjury in connection "with the case of slander heard at Walisend some months ago. Alderman Wil'iam tanning was to-day unanimously elected Mayor in place of Alderman Burdekin, who leaves for England on Saturday. John Morgan Druce, who pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzling £4000 from the E. S. and A. E. Bank, in 1888, was sentenced to four years penal servitude to-day. In consequence of the numerous public works recently undertaken the loan fund has become exhausted, and the Government has been compelled to draw on the Savings Bank to the extent of £125,000. They will probably require advances to tlie extent of £500,000. McMillan, Col...

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HUGHEN EN ANNUAL BACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

HUCrHEX EX ANXUAL BACES. The'following nominations, with, owners' names, were received last night from Mr. J. V. Suter, Hughenden Jockey Club : ladies BRACELET, Bracelet value <50 *sovs; Mrs. Brown's b c Abundance, 3 yrs~. Mrs. Brown's b m Roma, 5 yrs. < Miss Jillefctfs g g Ferryman. Mrs. Armytage's ch in Maid of Leeds, <3 yrs. .Mrs. Armytage's b ni Barbette, 2 yrs. Mrs. Bradley's b g Badger," aged. Miss Collect's b g Cato, 3 yrs. Miss Cohen's b g John Peel, aged. Miss Lane's b g Castaway, aged. Miss Thornton's Mandrake. Miss Williams' Sheldrake Miss Macphersqu's bl in Miss Consequence, 4 yrs. Mrs. Wilson's b g Visor, aged. Mrs Crotliers' b g. Barton Blink, aged. Mrs. Crothers' b g Sunbeam, aged. .Miss Wilson's ch g J&ecovery, aged. Mrs. Crawford's b g Wyangerie, 6 yrs. Mrs. Clemeslia's Montague. Mrs. Carroll's b g Messenger. Mrs. Carroll's eh g Toomba, aged. Miss Herbert's b g Pilot, aged Miss Turabull's b g Vampire, 4 yrs. Mis Fisher's b g ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.. PERTH, April 11. W ltlj regard to the recent telegram | received by the Government from tlie j Queensland Laborers' Union in reference to the proposed settlement of 5000 bash work ers in this colony, the Son. Venn, the Com missioner for Kail ways and Director of Public Works replied that he could not pledge the Government to any arrangement of the sort, and mentioned they must wait for the receipt of further details.

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

Racing matters in the Western country are booming. Our correspondent at Wiiiton wires us that 99 nominations liave been received for the different races there. Osr Tuesday afternoon a committee meet ing of the Towers Jockey Club, was held at Mr XL Bussell's office. Mr North, MX.A., aud member of the Q.T.C. Coumiirt.ee, who had. been invited to the meeting, was present. Mr R. Gardiner was elected secretary pro tern, and Mr A. IT. Pritehard, treasurer pro tern, in the places of Mr R- Russell and Mr F. W. Beattie. who are out Weston military duties.

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Cable Intelligence. LONDON, April 9th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

Cable Intelligence. IiOSTDOK, April 9tli. .Lady Zetland, wire ot the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and Miss Balfour are now mak ing a tour through the congested districts on the west coast of Ireland, and at every place they visited tkey have been recived by the populace with an effusive display of affection and loyalty to the Crown. The Lord Mayor of London lias invited the Emperor William of Germany to be the guest of the Common Council .of the City of London during the ensuing summer, when his Majesty proposes to visit England. April 10. The Council of foreign bond holders are urging the Jfew Zealand Government to re consider the case of the investors iu the New Plymouth Harbor Board debentures. The Marquis of Lanedowne, Tieeroy of India, will, it is rumored, shortly resign on account of ill-health. It is thought that tlie syndicates Mill pro bably only tender for email arnoun s for the impending Victorian Loan fearing another will be placed on the market shortly. Lieut. Grant repu...

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AFTERNOON SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

AFTERNOON SITTDfGB. Frank Charles Brewer sworn, states : I reside at Charters Towers j am valuator for the Municipality of Charters Towers, and a Commission Agent at Charters Tower?, and I am the person who laid the information in the present case; I know Charles Henry Haggar, the defendant; I recollect Tuesday, the 17th February, this year; I on that morning 7purchased a copy of the Charters Towers Daily Seruldavd Mining Record from Mr Ellis, a news vendor at Charters Towers; (witness looks at exhibit D,) says that is the paper I purchased; £ paid one penny for it; I read in that issue a letter addressed to the " Editor," and signed " C. H. Haggar"; (witness looks at letter) "such a blackguard as Francis Brewer," that means myself; pro fessor of the night cart, that means me; the. F.B. refers to myself j the word " He" I take it means myself; the whole of the sentence from " argument with every amusing vagabond" down to " never earn au honest crust" refers to me; I take it " Franci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

CMA6TERS' TOWERS. fa informing his Friendsand the Public generally that liehas resumed the occ» and solicits a Share of Patronage. The Management will be under the Immediate _ . " etc., kept. Accommodation for Boarders Second to Every Convenience for Commercial Gentlemen. Large and Well-fitted Sample Rooms. R I H, LIA:RD ROOM - ? . r r vjr. m oo. 4Bff Forwarding*, Commission, and Insurance Agents and Wholesale Produce Merchants* Custom House and Shipping Business Transacted. Freight and Duty Paid and Goods Sent to all parts of Queensland and the adjacent Colonies. Office and Receiving Store mwm SOT Goods and Machinery delivered to any part of the Field. IlllIlH ill i % 'Tsbaccsriistsj Stationers, ^Newsagents, Booksellers arid "Fancy (Seeds ©eaters. GILL-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. i iggaKigcjsii i «z- n . . . Tnf&T Ashing Tackle in great variety, Berlin Wools, Oil Paints, Macranii Twine, Tinfoil, Toys and Eancy Goods in Great Variety. - §lpx Northern Ucprescntafives for TOOTH a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

E. D: sules] [J. MltttCAX. MlNTINO AGENTS (Xo. 1 Burns, Pkilp, and CVs Building?,) FLINDERS,STREEJ, rn ^v: i iu TL* k. Stoel. IIardwajeej aud 3£^liinery Btereliaufci. Hole Muuufa£turers of ; Steel Tru^k Wiiijels, Steel Bt&nijjer Shoes aud Dies. gs:.:V'A large Stobk oii kaud of E tigiiies, Boilers. Wiiidmg DruuiSj X'uiup^^ up to i4 inclies widc. .'.' :g* Wm. M. MicfiiiAiiij Slieaf Island Works,' Slicfficld, COAII '' Tr,AT? BUKY A¥l>:-.(f)ASSJ^ MIXING! BROKERS and ANALYSTS, bpck^a»p/§ pwI£ aiomaii^t.1 Cfeartete T^weffg, ilSCax. A. W. ClajocE, Jf.O-S,, Certificated hy South Ken- j isijogton Science and Art . Department, late OoireriiiMieiitj J, Minemlogical Lecturer, ba.viag' joined tlic firm, we are now» prejmred to make complete Chemical Analyses of Mmerals,! Ores^Wafter, etc., or proximate Analysis of Coal. j 0L1IFTOH mm w, -^The Best Pale Ale in the Market. r4# Support Local Industry. OiPiNY, I^K Merchants, 3M11EGT from London Erdrv *B-1. Sfceauusrs and Sailing Vessels. ...

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Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

i& is Htost refreshing inthese days ofttade - to see any new industry started, and &/?%uisition byfthe Meat Freezing and Preserving Company of a piece of land oil Soss Biver for the purpose of erecting worts is doubly so. In t'ae first place, tlie filling and exporting the products of, say a hundred bead of cattle daily, will give nO small fillip to the trade of Townsville, and tlien the fceef-raisers in and. around our district will lie able to find a ready sale at a fair price for all their fats instead of, as at present, having to send them across the border and talcing thft risk of the markets, or of being fleeced by the paddock-owners. # * * ChA-ETERS TOWERS, without doubt, gives freely of this world's goods with which it is endowed, but the paee has been merry in the giving line even for our fat goldfield for the past few days. The Noutser^ Misek Defence Force Fund, the fund in aid of the strike, the Pastoral, &c. Show, and the District Hospital have ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

TI lrAOliiWA3ffl®i-i B. MiolxWJUESB. j|UCTl®3V®®® . . JLSTJ 3LAND A SPEOIA-tllJ'T. MAC'S MART, FLINBERS-ST., THE 3SSSW THE SEW WEEKLY PAPER J weekly PA3?E»! THE PUBLISHED In connection with the" Northern Mine?; O/J PAGES FOE U5 !; PAGES FOB IlFD. I « hobthebist Mirora BEGISTEB." prestige enjoyed for so many years by 1 & MiWBB,« » daily, fcarv inoffermgthe public aTW&Bi 13c PAGE WEEKLY, which will be full of flie JDatesfc Local, Colonial, Intercolonial, and European News, * * 2,'OB,THEBir MISTING REGISTER." The Latest Cabled Quotations from W don and the other great commercml centres will make the REGISTER a necessity to ttie merchant and producer. "UOBTHEBN MINING BEGISTEB. Week by week will appea* OBIGOT^ . "nmfnT.Ufl RfflftntinC SpCClHl 1 Sv6 «SfOBTHEBK MUTIN# BE6KTEB." The Meteorological JN otes ana 8^ Move mentswill make it the constant vade mecitm of Pastoxalists. " NORTHERN MINING 1E&ISTIE." The Correspondence from its Agents, in. all the great mining c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

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The Federal Convention. (BY ELECTEIC TELEGKAFH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

The Federal Convention* (BP ELECTEIC TELEGKAFH.) VEOK OUFI owar COBRESPOSTDENT.I SI'DXEV, APRILS. The Federal Convention met tliis morn ing at the usual hour, and an address of welcome from the Sydney Chamber of Commerce was read and received. An address of congratulation from the Fiji Chamber of Commerce, expressing the interest which the people of Fiji as a part of the Australasian, group took in the proceedings, was similarly dealt with. Sir S. W. Griffith moved the adoption of the Constitution Bill as reported by the committee. The alterations made in committee had not altered the principles of the measure, as it came before the committee. He congratulated the Convention on having succeeded in framing a measure which he thought would meet with the acceptance of the people of each colony. Several speakers spoke to the motion, which was carried. Sir S. W. Griffith then moved " That this Convention, recommends that provision be made by the Parliaments of the several colonies for su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

.v*; ?*??.???; TO BE HELD ON tsvmssAT juts nzu.T, s* & a* arw&ir. f/l'QNC!f Sk=xi=i=====s=s- ®i3l(? m*mm ft SHHffi. R|» PATBOX-HON. JOHN MAOROSSAN Vice PRESIDENT-RICHARD CEAVEN PRESIDENT- HON. JOHN" DE1NB Trbasctkeb-FRANCIS W". BfiATTIjB COMMITT EE J. B. WHITEHEAD A. H. PRITCHARD ¥. W. BEArTIfi W. P. CANNY E. LINDSEY D. SYMBS Gr. CAVEY T. J. KELLY J. BYRNE D. MISSINGHAM W. D. CASEY JUDGE-HON. JOHN DEANE CLERK op SCALES-W. P. CANNY Starteb-D. MISSINGrHAM CLERK OF THE Cogrse-A. J. FOSTER PBOGBAMME FIRST DAT. Maiden Plate Of 100 sovs, for all Maiden Horses; second horse 10 sovs from the prize; If mile; W.F.A.; entrauce 4 sovs. Flying' Handicap " Of 130 sovs, for all horses ; second horse 20sovs, and third horse 10 sovs from the prize; 6 furlongs; nomination Isov; acceptance 4 SOYS. i Ladies' Bracelet A Welter Handicap of 100 sovs ; second 20 sovs from the prize; i mile and a distance; nomination 1 sov; acceptance 3 sovs. Money or bracelets optional to the winners. ^ Tow...

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IN CHAMBER. 15TH APRIL, 1891. (Before Mr. Acting-Justice Mausfield.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

IN CHAMBER'. 15TH ipso, 1891. (Before Mr. Acting-Justice Mausfield.) In the matter of Segin-a, v. Vosper. Mr. I/eu represented the Crown Solicitor, and. intimated that he desired to withdraw the summons which he had applied for on the 8th instant. He xws allowed to do so. In the matter of the Mountain Maid Gold Mining Company, Limited, Croydon, v. Burke. Mr. Beaumont appeared (as. agent for F. J. Beor, solicitor, Croydon) for the plaintiff company, and asked for leave to sign final judgment. Mr. Evans, on behalf of the defendant, who is on Croydon, asked for an adjourn ment to the 24th, which was granted on defendant agreeing to pay the costs of the adjournment. _ -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

ilp|^§P ^^WWs^fflJrriiDAY RACING CLUB v?§5SgB: £ 1891 , MMO. E. D. MILES B. TOLL Jcjdge-W. M- MOWBRAY STARTER-F. FITCH J. STOCKS X RIXON T. H. TAYLOR K. GAKD2S ER W. JOWETT Cleek op &Aiie&-E. O ARB IS CLERK: OF TUB COURSE-43r. KKAPP Of 50 SOYS, for allhorses; seeond horse 10 SOYS from the . I mile. _ domination lsov; acceptance IJSOYS, Welter Handicap Of 50 SOYS, for all horses; second horse 10 sovs from the prize; one mile and a distance, domination 1 SOY ; acceptance LJ SOYS, ( Queen's Birthday Handicap Cf 110 SOYS, for all horses; second horse 10 SOYS from the prize; 1J miles. Nomination 1 SOY ; acceptance 4 sovs. Shorts Handicap ? A . . SO SOYS, for all horses; second horse 5 SOYS from the prize; \ milc^ Nomination 1 SOY; acceptance \ sov. Societies' Handicap Of 70 sovs, for all horses ; second horse 10 sovs from the prize; 1^ miles. The winner of Elying Handicap to cany 51b penalty; the winner of Queen's Birthday Handicap to carry 71b penalty. Nomination 1 SOY; ...

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IN INSOLVENCY. (Before Mr.Acting-Justice Mausfield) April 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

IX INSOLVESCF. (Before Mr. Acting-Justiee Hausfield ) April 15th. - In the matter of Louis GroskoS, Hr MaclSaughton, instructed by Mr. Leu. (Roberts and Leu) appeared far the insol vent and applied fur a certificate of discharge on the resolutions passed by ail the creditors present at, the last meeting. Trustee's {Mr. Blood Smyth's) report was read and being favorable towards the insol vent His Honor granted the certificate of discharge.

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Hughenden. April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891

Hugliesiffteit. /BY OPE SPECIAL, REPORTER.) April 12. j Ojt tlie arrival of the 50 men from A and D Companies, Kennedy Regiment, they were marched to the Divisional Board lall, where tliey have since been sleeping, march ing out to meals, A Cornp iiv to Downey's Great Western, and D Company to E. J5L Russell's Hotels respectively. This mode of living is of course remarkably convenient and excellent, but terribly costly, and will not probably be of long duration. The men do not go out jn the town promiscuously, bat if requiring so to do are escorted by a non-commissioned officer. For instance yes terday a squad was marched away to the barber to be shaved, shaving being _a neces sity «sseept where beards are grown. Eeveille is sounded every morning at 5.30, and the men are takenat thai early hour to bathe in the Blinders, which is running strongly. Morning parade occupies from 9.30 to 11.0. The evenings are spent in great hilarity, and altogether the men seem to be enjoying themselves...

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