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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRATH.) BRISBANE, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. ELECTRIC TECEGEATH.) BRISBANE, April 16. The following are the latest salesKo 4A West Day Dawns, 5s, 4s lid, 4s IGJd, 4s lOd, 4s 9§d; Brilliant "and St. George United, ICs lOd, 10s 9d, 10s 8d;- JV7o. I East Sunburst 9Sd. The following are the latest quotations: jNo. 3 West Day Dawns, b Is 3d e 2s lid Hfo. 4A West Day Dawn, b 4s Sid, s 4s 9id Golden Gate, b 8s Id, s 9s . Q.ueeu Consolidated, b 2s 4d. s 2s lid Sunburst, b 13s, s 14s 6d Victory, s 47s 6d s 50s Siew Grace Darling, b 4d, s Is Brilliant Block p-u., b 17s 9d Brilliant Block, con., b 13s 3d, 8 14s 6d Brilliant Worcester and Victory United, b 4s 3d, s6s Id fib. 1 East Sunburst, b 8|d, s lid
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
DEPARTURES. April 9.-Warrego, s, Captain W. R Fleetwood, fop Melbourne via ports. Passen gers-Mesdames Chard, Halliday an servant, A. Jones: Miss Duncan; Captai Connell; Messrs Harlen, Shearer, A. Halli day, 5. B. Hammond, Butterly, KetherliawT Cullen, Foiford. 5. Stevens, Fenwick, and 21 in the steerage. Bums, Philp and Co., Ltd., agents. April 11.--Gabo, s, Captain Pain, for Southern ports.' Passengers - Mesdames C hristenson, Andrews, Willis and child Misses Keith and Kennedy; Messrs Renni son, Anderson, Cooper, Rhind, Cromwell, Donald, and 20 in the steerage. Howard Smitli and Sons., agents. April 11.-Derwent, s, Captain Andrews, for Northern ports. Passenger®-Mesdames Davies and Child; Misses Kenal, Messrs Poynter, Ifobler, King, Sinclair, Jones, Kelly, Herlilvv, Paston, FTammel, and through pas | sengers from South, and 11 in tiie steerage. Howard Cmitii and Sons., agents. I April 13.-Aramae, Captain Meabum, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mesdames Burke r ! Warden, Francis, Ratclif...
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, 6th March, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
3X)3STDOK STOCK EXCHANGE. * ' (FROM OUR LOSTDOX CORRESPONDENT.) LOSX>O>t, 6th March, 1891. The following are the latest quotations for shares in A Dglo-Australian Mining Com panies: Australian Consols, b 14s, s 15s Bonnie Dundee, b 3s 9d, e 4s 3d British Broken Hill, b 2|, e 3 Coromandcl, b Is, s le Cd Cumberland Gold, b 2s, s 2s 6d Day Dawn Block, b 7e 3d, s 7b 9d Day Dawn P.C., b lis Cd} e 12e 6d Eagleliawk, b 2s, s 3s Etheridge United, b Is, s Is &lt;5d Gympie Crn. Crown, b 3s 9i, s 4s 3d %oipie 6t. Easfcera, b 6s 9d, s 7s 3d Ironclad (9s 9d pd.) b is 3d, s is 9d Ifaboonga (9s td ) b lid, s 4|d Kangarilla, b s 1 Xapanga, b 2s 9d, s 3s 3d Midas, b 3s 6d, s 4s 6d Mosznan, b 3s, e 3s 6d Mount Leyshon, b 7s, s 8s Mount Morgan Extended, b Is, s ls6d Mt- Shamrock, b 9d, s Is 3d ®ew Q.ueen, (19s 6d pd.) b 6s 9d, s 7e 3d Port Philip (4s pd.), b 6d, s 9d Queensland Smelting, b f, s f Scottish Australian, b 2£,b 2J Wentworlli Propry, b £ s fpm. Eockiijwmttojt, April 14. Tliec...
Shipping News. BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
jjjr POST AXB ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH.] ABEITALS. April IO.-4)erweBt, s, Captain Andrews, from Brisbane. Howard, fcmith and Sons, agents. April 11.-Gaho, Captain Fain, from Southern ports. Passengers - tfesdauies Buddy, Whitehead, fr herlawf Huddy, two children and servant, Misses Fickle, Lowe, Three Sisters of Mercy. "Messrs Shanalian and child, Wliiteliead, Corbett, Crripp, Pafker, Young. North. M'Gowan, Craig, C3heeen, Casely, and tluwigii passengers for North, and 17 in the steerage. Bo ward Smith and j Sons., agents. April 11.-Aramac, s, Captain Meaburn, from North Passengers-Mesdames Dun bar, 0'Donohue, Burke. Cluristoe and child, Gordon and Miglieli; Misses Jackson, Bat ton and Maker; Messrs Dunn, Morris, Dolphin, Etranerson, Houston, Davey, Thom son, Sabs, Morris, Sanders, Jackson, Grant, Chard, Mighell, and 13 in Hie steerage. Burns, Philp & Co., agents. April 12.-Burdekin, s, from North. April 12.-Palmer, s, C-aptaiju Clark, jfrom Cairns wm ports. Passengers-Mesdames Pa...
Mining for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
Mining for the Week, j (BY CUE MOTIJTG HEPOBTEB.) Last week there appeared to be more business done on the share market than usual, principally caused by the Grace Darling, Brilliant and St. George, and No. 4a West Day Dawn The Sew Grace Darling came upon some better stone, and about 9 tons were put-through atthe Venus Mill. Shares took an upward turn, and had buyers as high as Is 2§d, but receded again to under the shilling. This claim soon takes a jump up to a small price, but investors feel shy of it, as many hare been " bitten" at various odd times in the past. Plenty of interest was, however, centred in the claim during the week, aud the result of the crushing was anxiously looked for. That result turned the scales at over an ounce to the ton, which is satisfactory when the usual under half ounce crushing^ of the New Grace are taken into consideration. "The directors hope to get out about 20 tons in the near future, which if it crashes well ought to gire the public more confide...
Supreme Court. TOWSVILLE. 14th April, 1891. IN CHAMBERS (Special Application.) (Before Mr Acting Justice Mansfield.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
Supreme Court. ? TOWJfSVILLE. Mtli April, 1891. IN CHAMBERS (Special Application.) (Before Mr Acting Justice Mansfield.) Oil the application of Mr. Milford, who represented the petitioners, the following were adjudicated insolvent, in forma _2>au(peris i. Peter Morgan, of Charters Towers, wood cutter. William Tierney, of Charters Towerg, labourer. First meeting fixed for 28th April. 15TH APEIt, 1891. In the matter of the application of Thomas Barton for a writ of habeas eerpm ad subjiciendum . Mr. MaclSTaxigliton, instructed by IVfr Brown, (of Maryland and Maryland) appeared for the applicant. Mr. Leu (Roberts and Leu) appeared on -behalf of the Crown, v Mr. MacKaughton proceeded to show liow "the applicant had been committed on the 11th February, 1891, by the Police Magis trate (Mi*. Mowbray) at Chaffers Towers for trial "at the Northern Circuit Court,, to be holden on the 4th of May, 1891," -ajad- -had been allowed out tm hail. However, the further words "at Charters Towers," w...
Sir S. W. Griffith Before the Royal Commission on Strikes. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
Sir a W. Before the on IBS: EliECTRIC TEXJSGSAPX.) - XES03T OTJB OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY April 9, :SiJ£ S. W. GrfirFFiTH gave evidence to-day before the fioyal Cnmniissinn on Strikes. After explaining the ternvsof the Bill which lie intended to inteoduce into the Q.ueens land legislature, and after expressing the opinioa that Courts of Arbitration or Boards of Conciliation wouldbe useless, lie said if It vras onee rceognised that the workers were entitled .to a fiairshare in Hue results of their , work^ strik es wouldbe at an end. He was of opinion that the scheme which ke would glace before tkeniwas quite applicable to the . eomplicatedeondition of affairs. The present iBjrsbem was both unjust and dangerous. He did not think it would be to the interest of the workman to realise his profits instantly instead of selling his rights. He was aware that many trades unions were established on a minimum standard of wages, but ke did not propose to adopt their standard, as the natural i»...
Latest Telegrams. [BY ELECTEIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPO DENT.) BRISBANE, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
Latest Teiegrpns. ' A ' ' [BY EtECTEIC TELEGRAPH.] ; (FfiOJI OtTE OWS GOBBE6PO" BEOT.) BaisBAirE, Apia! 16, A petition was filed yesterday for' tbe liquidation. oftlieesfcate ofJas.Stodarf, team ing as Ja?. f todarfc and " Coy., merchant^ Brisbane. Tke ii^ilities iare set down afc £28,24S T!ie general meeting of ! creditorg willlw held, on ^nisday. fhe 3(ffli "April. |-' ?? T1ie twal «»f Mrs Barrett for arson, was eoncluded ia tlie Sapreme Court yesterday, i wlien site was remanded for sentence, & lie was brought up to-day and sentenced to ^iglifeenmontiis imprisonment in the Too WiS^bk^qL:\
THE ASSAM MASSACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
THE ASSAM MASSACRE. Details disclosing the most revolting cir cumstances have now been received of the murder of Lieutenant Q.uinton, Chief Com missioner of Assam, and the other Europeans. It is stated that Mr Q.uinton, two officers, and the bugler, were hacked to pieces by the insurgents and then mutilated. The bodies were then thrown outside the walls of Tamu, and devoured by prairie dogs. Mr Greenwood, the British Resident at Manipur, and two other officers were shot, and their bodies treated in a similar manner. The ammunition of Lieutenant G rant's column was almost exhausted when the relief force reached him. Later news states that Lieutenant Grant, with his Reserve Force, retired on Tamu. The fate of Sena putty, the leader of the insurgents in Manipur, who according to recent advices had fled into the jungle, is uncertain. Three relief columns of troops are now massing at Jlohiwa, Siichar and Tamu. Influenza is now prevalent in Sheffield, and is spreading in Sew York, where a...
THE NORTHERN Mining Register, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
SATURDAY, APRIL 1« 1891. WE quote from the Loadon. Times a; portion of a speech delivered by a man who holds one of the first posi tions in the world, and who has a large voice in the control of nations. We refer to the MARQUIS of SALISBURY, the Premier of Great Britain, who, at a dinner given by the Associated Chambers of Commerce at the Hotel Metropole in March last made the following remarks "These fights between labor and capital of course have their incon veniences, but they are controversies which I suppose most take place, and our business, certainly the business of her Majesty's Ministers, is to look at them in. a spirit of absolute neutrality, only desiring that that result may be achieved which may be for the great-; est interests of both the panties who ate concerned. (Cheers.) I do mot: think it is just to eay that the exist ence of unions, trade unions, federa tions, or bodies of that kind, can. be looked upon as a danger or an unex pected evil by the commercial inter e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
jQ.B. E It A 3T U E L, SUBGHEOX »ES®SIf ^/T WEKTr-six: Ye-Veb' Experience, ABCADE, MOSMAISt. MITH, J UKTOR, ARCHITECT". Ed H. A Y TO N, Auctioneer, Morse ajut Cattle Salesman* ^STOCK, STATION, and Cteneral Commission Agent, Sirai:ei>r&lt;>feer, GILL-Sx., CHARTERS TOWERS. All kinds of Auction Sales undertaken, and Account Sales promptly rendered. Agent for JLioil Fire Ill8IU'aiieik Co. Alices Fire lasurauce Co.. Samuel Purchase, Somerset Nur sery, Parrainatta. T» JB« B e a r IT P, «Shawbroker & Minliig Agent* QUARTERS TOWERS. Citij JBintal institute. (ESTABLISHED 1885.) Mr, J. WILKI\SOX. C.D.S., Eng., SURGICAL DENTIST, OPPOSITE POST GFFIC E, Grill Street. CHARTER-S TOWERS. -TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. MR. WILKIJSTSON can be Consulted Daily. Complete Sets of Teetli on Gold supplied from £15 15s.; on Vulcanite from £8 8s. Teetli filled writh Gold Amal gam aud Cement Stoppings. Teetli Carefully Extracted for®;®. H.B.-Regulation of Children's Teetli a Speciality. ...
Brewer [?]. Haggar. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
I ) Brewer vs. Hafgar* I THE final act of the Brevrer v. Haggar criminal libel case M as played a& the Police Court on Thursday morning. Mr. Jarvis. who appeared for the plaintiff, called the Police Magistrate (Mr. Cusack's) attention to an apology which appeared in yesterday's HeraM, and mentioned that his client had given a guarantee to the Supreme Court that he would not accept an apology, and he did not accept what had been published in that light. Mr. John Marsland, who appeared for the defence, pointed out that the apology was made at the instance of His Worship. The Police Magistrate then pro ceeded to give his reserved decision, and said that lie was glad thai something had been done by the defendant to satisfy public opinion, and do something to compensate Mrs Brewer and her friends. In the opinion of the Warden, the original letter containing 1 the alleged libel was a most disgraceful, low, filthy production, but one that a man might possibly,write under undue exci...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
MESSRS L. 1L BECK & Co. report:-In. stock aad station matters we have very little change to report tills week. The strike of couise very seriously militate against busi ness, and we can liardiv hope for an Improve ment in sales in squatting properties until some arrangement has been come to. We however, have negotiated (without finality we are sorry to say) for some, valuable hold ings, and notwithstanding the critical state of affairs, are open to buy a depot for stock about the Warrego, if capable to cany say 5000 head of cattle. Fat Cattle remain at last week's quotations, viz., bullocks say £3 10s, and cows £1 to 15s per head less. Stores are in fair demand. The number of disappointments experienced last year by growers who forwarded their surplus stock South lias not altogether deterred breeders trying; again, -and we have amongst us a few buyers from the South. About 55s for right ages of bullocks is the standard price. Dairy cattle are in good demand; £4 to £4- 10s fo...
Harmston's Circus, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
Sftarmstoii'§ Circus. WHICH is the largest combination tha& ever visited &lt; barters Towers, opened to a tremendous audience on Thursday evening opposite the Skating Rink. The large tent was uncomfortably filled, many persons being unable to get seats. Taken all through, the show is first class, and the audience appeared to be thoroughly satisfied with the entertain ment given. The first item on the programme was a pony act by Master Frank Ifarmston. The riding of Mr Geo. Harmston was highly appreciated, and his wonderful forward, somersault was a marvellous performance. Mr Gilbert Harmston's baiebaek riding was veiy clever, his jumps on to the horse could only be accomplished after long-continued practice. The Japanese, who form suck an attractive feature of all circuses, were very much e/i evidence last night, and the dexter ity with which one of those clever people tossed a few younger Japs, about whilst lying on his back at a height of about 20ft from, the "grou...
MINERS' FREE EXCHANGE. GILL STREET. LAST NIGHT'S CALL-8 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
MIXERS' FREE EXCHANGE. GTLL STREET. LAST NIG-HI'S CALL-8 o'clock. Sand of Hope, s lis Brilliant and St. George United, s lis 10s lid; siles, 100 at lis Br'lliaut Block, p.u, b 18s 4d Brilliant Block, con., b 13s Sd Charters Towe s Gr&e, b 9s 3d Day Dawn Jfo. 4A West, s 5s, b 4s 3i Gulden Gate, b 7s 9d , ICelly's Qjaeen Block, s 10s Lady Maria, b 3s 4d Muldira con., b 3s 4d * Ho. 7 Queen, s 6s, b 5s 3d Jfo. 2 S.E. Day Dawn, s 1B 6d, b Is 3d Papuan Block, b 9s 6d Queen Cross Beef, s 9s Queen Central, b 3s 9d Scandinavian, b 6d ISTo. 1 East Sunburst, b 6d Victory, b 49s
Mining Intelligence The latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
fpmmg intelligence Quotations for 16fch April, 1891: - . ^Brilliant and St. George United, b lie, s - ; sJUts S^ sale^, 215 atljs Id, ,115,4at Ils:2d 100 at £7103 Brilliant Block, con., b 13s ?4 Brillittnt&nd ^^feestei; and Tictory, b 5s &lt;5d, Day Da*n, No. 4A W., b 4s 4d, s 4s 8d, s les, 700 at 4s 6d, 200 at 4s 5d Day D ran, Ifo. 3 W, l» Is 3d Golden Gra'e, b 8s, s 9s Lady IV aria, b 3s 5d, 6 3s 8d Mills United, b ts, a 7s 9d New Iron Duke, b 3d Sew Grace Darlinjr. b 8d. s lOi JJew Towers Extended, b 4d, e 6d Ho. 6 Q.ueen, b 7d, s 9d Ifo. 7 F.E. Q.ueen, b 5s 2d, s 5s lOd Ifo. 2 S.E. Day Dawn, b Is 3d, s Is 6d Queen Central, s 4s 6d .Scandinavian P.C., b 6|d, s 7d i5.E. Brilliant, b 4d, s 7d
Shocking Murder. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN COREESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
Shocking JHnrder. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH*) -(FROM OUR Offi* COREESPOlSrDEKT.) Sl'DKKY, April 14. A shocking murder was committed to-day at Surrey Hills. An old man named Maurice Dalton, battered bis wife to death with, a branding iron. The man is 72 years of age, and the wife about 20 years lus junior; They have been living for some time past i*1 a house situated in Ko. 1 Foveaux-street. I hough old Dalton was still vigorous, he was too lazy to do any wort, and for many years has lived upon his wives exertions. She took in lodgers, and also did a good deal of needlework. It spite of .all the favors he received at her hands he was anything bufc grateful, and according to the statement of the lodgers there were continual bickerings between the pair. This morning Mrs Arthur, one of the lodgers heard Dalton and his wife quarrelling, but as it seemed to be only a wordy warfare, £hfi did not interfere. Phortly - afterwards Dalton left the house, and about dinner time Mrs. Arthur went into ...
In Adjacent Colonies. Melbourne Information. MELBOURNE, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
In Adjacent Colonies. Melbourne Iififorni^tioii. Meiboubke, April 11. 1 be officials of the Amalgamated Shearers* Union at Creswicfc deny their acceptance of the pastoraliets' definition of freedom of contract and say they cannot come to any agreement regarding the question until the subject lias been fully discussed with the pastoralists in open conference. They also gay they agree that freedom of contract i= opposed to the principles of trades unionism. MELBOtriijrE, April 13. The Council of the Pastoralists' Union lias deeided that the time is ripe for their ex- . tension by the establishment of District Com mittees, a special provision for which is made in the rules of the Pastoralists' Union of Victoria and the Federal Council of the Pastoralists' Union of Australia. A sub' committee .was appointed by the Council of the Union to draw up a scheme to provide for the establishment of District committees in Victoria, and fcouth Riverina^ Meetings will shortly be held in the various...
Warwick Wires. WARWICK, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
WaPivick Wires. WAEWICK, April 10. A meeting was lield in the Town Hall last night to hear the addresses from the delegates of the Labor Federation on the bush workers' strike. There was a large attendance, bat & great number were evidently present out of i curiosity. The addresses were delivered by Melntyre. Bowman, and Stewart, who piaeed the case for the shearers before * the meeting at great length. Garpfoxd and Uurston, two local men, also spoke. Mc-J lutyre and Stewart spoke modestly and sensibly, but Bowman's speech was one long tirade of abuse against the Government and the pastoralists' press. An earnest appeal was made for subscriptions in aid of the men on strike, and collectors were .sent round the room with plates, but the response was not gratifying, only a few pounds being con tributed.
Winton Wires. WINTON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 18 April 1891
lViulou Wires. Wintox. April 10. J. lie latest reliable news states that the same hand of unionists as raided Oondooroo, rode to Manuka by daylight on Thursday morning, and surrounded the few free laborers there and commenced the moral suasion business. The men, however, refused to leave work, and the unionists were on the point of carrying them off when the picket announced that the troops were crossing the plain. The unionists immediately took to their horses and galloped off. They had pack horses and carried firearms and am munition. All the laborers for Manuka hare arrived, and consequent on threats of a rush on the barracks, twenty rounds of ammuni tion were serred out to each man.. Information has been laid against two local leaders for intimidation. The unionists are getting more aggressive. There is no strike news locally except the arrival in Keppel Bay of the Derwent with the shearers and rouseabouts from Mel bourne. [[FROM AXOTHEU COKRESPOXDKKT.l Wis TON. April 10. Lieut....