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THE NEW LIVINGSTONE G.M. Co. LONDON, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

THE NEW LIVINGSTONE G.M. Co. I Lokbon, July 7. The Chairman of the New Living-, stome G.M. Co, has announced he ifl j about to sell the machinery prior to dissolving.

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THE AFGHANISTAN TROUBLE. London, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

! THE AFGHANISTAN TROUBLE. London, Julv 7. British troops have been despatched j to Jnnwood, in consequence of the Hazaras rising in Afghanistan.

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THE TIMES AND MR, DIBBS. LONDON. July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

I THE TIMES AND MB, DIBBS. Lowdok. July 7. The new Victorian loan of Sk per cent is quoted at 915-8. The Times states that it hopes this discount will | be a warning to the colonies that the! market is not eager to lend. The j Times referring to Mr Dibbs recent letter to that journal declares his figures show that New South Wales is amply a* le to meet her liabilities, and the same is applicable to the other colonies. It would be good, however, if Mr Dibbs wonld speak on the present position of immigration, as it is a common belief in England that no more immigrants are wanted in the colonies.

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RE-CONSTRUCTING A DEAD 'UN. London, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

RE-CONSTRUCTING A DEAD 'UN. London, jaly 8. Sir M. H. Davis, one of the Mel bourne di-ectore of the Mercantile Bank of Australia, which recently sus pended payment, tog-ether with Mr Booker, in arranging a scheme for the re-const action of the institution, pro viding the depositors are favorable. «<eeting will lie held on Monday at v. !itch Sir M. H. Dav»s will explain tbe position. A committee has been ap pointed to assist the liquidator. Sir M. H. Davis bd an interview with tlie agents in Scotland cf the English Aus tralian Lan<t Mortgage Company, who favor the proposal to re-constraet the Mercantile Bank.

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

of Company. Alabama, No Inability (piid up) \ Ditto (contributing)... Bandof&ope ... . © ' x ;S JBs Ha jato & -t. mmi 48000 72000 7^,ooo |2@oooo 70090) 30000) 25000> 600001 120000 V 80000* 100000 100000 5U0OO 120000 120000 12000 36000 483)0 30000 30000 ,Co.Xid. <o.u.) Ditto (contributing) Brilliant G. IL Co., Ltd. (paid up) Brilliant Block G.M. Go., Ltd., (paid up) —. Ditto contributing Brilliant Extended GvM. Co,SX. (mid up)... Jiitto) (contributing)... Brilliant Extended Block &.M. Co., WJU. (eon) i> « M (paid up) "Brilliant Cenbsl 6.M. Co., Ltd. Brilliant Freeholds G.M. Co., Ltd. (pd up) ... Ditto (cont.) ... Bonnie Dundee G.M. Co., Ltd. Clark's Brilliant .and Worcester and- Victor** G.M.Co.,N.L. ... ... .... Oiiziieaty Lass G.M. Co, IT,L. (paid up) ditto ditto (cont-rib-) Boomerang and Hidden Treasure GM Co, Ltd Brilliant, St. Patrick & Queen G-M Co, Ld (p.u) ditto ditto (con) Caledonia F.O Tribute, No liability j 48000 Caledonia ...

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Our Weekly Croydon Letter. CROYDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Our WeeMg CrsgflBR Letter, i Ceoxdok, July 1. There is little or 110 interesting mining mewe this week, as we have for the most part jogged along quietly. The Company's bat 4eiy started pounding away last Monday, and up to the prese t the water has ehown no signs of decreasing. The No. Z South True Blue-finish about 109 tone during the next few days, after which the Ophir Block will have its phenome na.1 crashing of over 500 tons. The Railway United mill started at the beginning of the week to s<nk for water, with the hope of being able to crush before -the wet season. In the way of developments, there have "been none of any consequence. Little moie as known of the So. 3 and 4 Golden Gate strike since my la-t, but the shares have eased considerably, and are likely to go down still lower before the wet sea-on begins. At -the end of the week a report was circulated that the No. 5 Golden Gate had shuck the reef. I believe eucli was the case, but as it is a very riefey thing ...

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WAR[?]EN'S COURT. (Before the Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

WARiJKiVS COURT. f Before the Warden.) Af ike Wwden's C urt yesterday before the WudeBi ~W. II. Mowbray, the fol lowing kpplie ti»as were conditio oallj ap proVed t~-S0i)2. Hie hard Tirrell, 2rds, Ma honey-st; 8808, Ja e Jk&ee, 40 acres, near Scrabby <• 5 3009, Bobert John McKee, 40 acres, near Scrubby Creek; j3010, Percy W. Blaefcetoiae, 40 acres, near 8crubby Creek 3011, Adeiai«« Wjatt, 40 acres, near' ; Scrabby Creak ; * 3012, John Gamercn, 40 acres, near herubby « reek.; 3014, Annie Shargo, 40 aerea, .>outbe n Cross Greek; Al fred Holdway, 2 acres, Maonersfitreefc; 3016, John Bowjer, 2- ds, near cem fcary: 3017, Thos Henry T** lor, 2rds. Marsland-et; 3018, Mary Ann , & !«, Eddy-et; 3019, £l> len Hall, 2rds, Ediy-st; 3020, John Monro, 2 rda, Eddy-«t; 30ZI, • enry IrVine Weir, 2rdB, Eddy-rt; 3022, Such la- T. Eeoooct, 2ms, Fddy-et; 3023, Thomas Ireland, 2rde, Eddy fifc ; 3084, Thomas Keisall, 2 rd», Eddy-st, 3025, James A. Monahan, 40 acres, near S...

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Sensation P.C. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

31m MtJteridge fining Journal aays —By^ a rocenfc arrival from the Percy {Mr J Badi)' w» learn tfeafe one day in flie last «»:% liie sensation news got wind thafc Galloway leboson bad cut the reef infhe famoai - t-o—ation round. Our informant iianng iospeoted the place reports to us that the reef, which is exactly similar in appear ance to tiie #9116 which carried gold on the jsurlaee,rams eastand west and was cut in a shaft at a drpth of 12ft and at nine feet in a cutting lower down the hilL He does not think tte Rcl as at present developed will givea lH|i» orpayable average yield, but he consider* it will tdwaye be a specimen reef, end that say time 2>*00oz or more of gold may be pieked out in a few hours. The reef was first sighted at a dpth of nine feet below where ths specimens were found. It is about 10in Is ifciokness dipping north about one foot in on*, and has ihe appearance of going down. After puring through fhe red clay which we informed our leaders underlay the top g...

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

H. LEON ARD begs to inform tlie Pnsiiiess Public of Charters Towers, the Secretaries of Gold Mining Companies and other t/ocal Institutions tliat he has recentlyimporfced from Jjondon one of the 'Latest Improved Plants for the manufacture of Bubber Stamps, and hopes to receive a share of the public patronage. The prices charged are strictly reasonable, and the article supplied is guaran teed to give satisfaction. A large stock of Mounts and other appliances for the repair of Subber Stamps always on hand. Address all orders cane of Ngbkesbn Miner Office Gill-street, Charters Towers. Mrs Green, (Ryan Street, next to Masonic Hall). D R E 8 B M A K E Vaefiol G>ow33La, Sa.ll, " Sveolag Ssbsbbb. Ladies in the Country can have a Good Fit bysending Pattern Bodice. MELBOURNE HOUSE, MXtS TEEGEAE, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. Dress, Mantle, and Habit Making Establishment. Having received a choice assortment of Winter Goods, Wedding and Mourning Costumes made up on the Shortest Notice. LADIES' AN...

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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Police Court. "Wednesday, Julv 6. Before "Mr G. A. M. Morris, P.M., and B. Kirkbride, J.P., J. Prior, charged with drunkenness, pleadedguilty and was fined £1, or in default three days' imprisonment. Mr Kirkbride then left the bench. Andrew B. Grant, on remand, charged -with wnlwstzling certain earns of money be longing to Barns, Philp and Co., was again brought op, Mr Jar fib appeared for the pro secution, and Mr JT. Milford for the defen dant. Harold McMahon, in cross-examination, stated that he had been six or seven years in f.bfi employ of Barns, Philp and Co, and it was his business to receive and bank the cash daily; there were very few cases in which the cash And entries in the cash book had not balanced; those few exceptions were invari ably caused by accused receiving money and Tint telling him of it; he could not point out every instance in which accused had done the gpmft thing, but could mention a few by referring to the cash book; he did not com plain of accused's condu...

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Commercial. (Br TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Commercial. (Br TEIjEOKAPH.) Bbebbakb. .Tulv 9. Messrs B. D. Morehead aud Co. report as follows: — 300 cattle were yarded and the market was unaltered. 3,8J; sheep were ppnned, prime were le, and medium Is 61 lower. We sold 218 cattle and 1(69 sheep. Dm B. Morehead and Uof reports 30fcli Jaar, FstCatUe—279yarded, market dull through out at lower .rates than^ist week. Bes^. Bullocks—£3 7b Gd to £l; extra prime and heavy, £4 7s 6d to £4 15s; light weight, £2 10s to £2 15s. Best Cows £2 7s 6d; others £l 7s 6dto £1 17e 6<It We sold on account of Messrs Broad bent and Co, Mon dure, 103 bullocks mostly young and -very much wasted at from £2 10s to £4 7s 6d, 2 cows at £2 3s 9d; account Konzo Sparkes, Manumbar, 67 bnHocksfrom £3 7s 6d to £4. Fat Sheep—3170 penned. Prime sheep held theirown. but tned um and inferior were Is to Is 6d lower. Quotations: Prime well woolled wethers 8s 64 to 9s6d; extras 10s to lis 3d; good 7s 3d to 7s 9d; cross breds 9s 9d to 13s. We sold on account o...

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Watch Your Nose. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Watch Your Afose. .Already the "claim is made that one's dis position is outlined by his nose. According to the Buffalo Commercial, targe nostrils show courage. People of fearless dispositions' breathe folly and freely. All the fiercer ani mals hare dilated nostrils. The drooping nostrils show histrionic talent. If the nose also droops, it denotes tragic power, and if only (he nostril the capacity is marked for the interpretation of come iy. When die nose ib *hin at the bridge it shows generosity, while a nose that is thick at the bridge argues inquisitiveness. When it is tip-tilted like the petal of a flower,' the person is inquisitive. A projecting nose argues a disposition to in vestigate. It is ahead of the person as it were and wants to scsntout things. Look at your { nose in the glass and see what sort of person you are any way. If jour i_ose is blue you have a bad circulation, if very pale you are suffering from poority of blood, if full of blackheads, which you can eqeeee ou...

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

AND MOSMAN STREET. CHARTERS TOWERS. MOSMAN STREET, •y —CHARTERS TOWERS.— Engines of all descriptions, Vertical and Colonial Boilers, Pearn Cameron Steam Mining Pumps, Manchester Wall and Boiler Feed Pumps, Deane Direct Action Steam Pumps, Pulsometers, Gwynne's Centrifugals, Gould's Rotary and Hand Pumps, Perkins and Althouse Windmills, Lloyd & Lloyd Pipes, Contractors' Machinery, * Agricultural Implements, Engineers' Tools, Schram's Air Compressors and Bock Drills, Coach-builders' Goods, Blacksmiths', Plumbers', Tinsmiths' Machinery, Ice-making and Refrigerating Plants (Pulsometer Co.'s). SEHELliE am GO Catalogues Free. Enquiries Invited. Correspondence Solicited a

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

WESTERN" AUSTRALIA Pekth, July 8. A serious affray occurred * efcween a .party of whites and some natives a* the Angelo Biver (W.A.). The blacks, who had been caiding the battle an i f-heep, were pursued by D. Breenahan and A. Riehoison, with eight native boundary riders, and the offenders were caught in the act of commit ting furtli -r depredations. They turned on their pursuers: and the white party, being outnumbered by four to one, had to use their revolvers, nd three of the natives were shot dead, two oth re being severely wounded. After a desperate encounter Breenahan's party captured eWencitf. e-stealers, amongst ihem being several known murderers. Breenahan and Nicholson were both wounded while bringing their prisoners in, to hand them over to th« police.

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

M, DU N WOODI E, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FLINDERS STREET, TOWNSVILLE. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. Only tiie Best Brands of Wines & Spirits kept in Stoefc. , Visitors to Towns ville made at Home during their Stay. M. DUNWOODIE, Peopeietress. 1 METROPOLITAN HOTEL, fSMsss Steel West, ferosstflki fiMD ACCMMDATON MB BOMtDEBS AND KAWM BOOMS WELL VENTILATED. - PLUN0E AND SHOWER BATHS. None but the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits Sept. Patrick Cqnnell. PROPRIETOR. THE PALACE HOTEL, Flinders Street, Townsville. * BILLIARD ROOMS. SPLENDIDLY APPOINTED BAR. LARGEST ANI) BEST FURNISHED CLUB ROOM. CUISINE UNEQUALLED IN TOWN. Ample Stabling Accommodation. HENRY FISHER, PROPRIETOR. o card.] Jjr TOWSTSVUiLE. Day Dawa fetal, JE' JHIL VERTON, Proprietor. 20 Ysabb Sxbwabd rsr the oib AJ3.1T. Co. HOTEL. FOR SALE. ! A CENTRALLY SITUATED HOTEL J. 6. BROOKS, having decided to give up business, wishes to sel , fflwa his ENTERPRISE HOTEL at Qneenton. This house is on%o£ the best Hotel Investments in the No...

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The Taylor-Carriagton Compa[?]y. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

The Taylor-Carriagtoa Com pay This favorite company opened on Satur day night to arioverflowing house; in fact Jong before the curtain ro-e, standing room only < ms the entrance word. The piece selected Eviefetl," a sensational Irish.drama of 4he Boixcicaultian style. SSibs Carriogtan played the pretty colleen, and Mr Taylor the peasant lover, and right well they inter preted the alternating humor and pathos of the play. Mr Carr'e " Father Mahoney* was a very correct piece of aciing, but the Cockney servant should be' careful to . «mother hi" undeniably Irish accent. The mufflcal nuinbeH were well done, and capitally received, Charlie Taylor's Irish comic songs being rapturously applauded. Space forbids =->.=*r ' piece is i» peated to-night, all lovers of a really got " drama should . not miss eeeii_ ** Evicted," as the eijmijany leave to-morrow = «i(>ming iar Hu^henden, where a short sifter which J&ey stfll

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

TASMANIA. Launcebton, July 6. The case of John Russell t. Dr. McColl, M T. A., was tried in the Supreme Court at Hobarfc yesfcerda <■* Plai ntj fir s ued For £192 on a brfaeti of contract in the non-delivery of 350 eh res in the Mount Dundas and Zeehan Railway, for which pla i.fcifE paid, but could not recover either money or f hares. The Chief Justice, in summing up, said it had been con ended Mct'oll receiv d the shares as the j.»rii?e of lis vote in Parliament, and if anything of the kind eiis-ted persons lending themselves t » such corrupt practises should be out of the legislatures- There should be a sweeping fioyal Commission to ascertain whether the men whot-e riutt it was to make taws for the good of the country pursued such a practice. The ju-v, after 10 minutes* retire merit, found for the defe dant. The evidence adduced in the case has created a deep impression, and there is a general opinion that a Royal Commission should be appointed to thoroughly investigate...

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

Geo. R. Ogg, COMMISSION A<xENT 4K9 6HAREB ROKEE, No. 6 Boss's Buixdikgs (Up Stairs). MR. GLEN CAMERON, (Late Under ^Secretary for Mines.) Advices furnished oil tke mr i n i u g X- a. w » Of the Colony Generally, and Coses of Disputed 1 ttfes, <ind ApplzCo, tion for Exemption Attended to. 118 Queen Street, Bblsbane. M ARSLAND & ARSLAND, Solicitors, > Gill-siCharters Towers, Wickham-st; TownsviUe Ei. W. 1 Notabim _ . mT_ i Pub mo The Queensland National Bank Limited, | Incorporated uuder Uie o npa-uM Act, 156$ l ; I Basilars flsi1, I of :-e;ssi Authorised Capital Subseribfd Capital ... __ Paid-up Capital BeserK Fund ••• ^ * DlIJKCTORS; Ho*. F. H.HABT, M. L ''..Chairman. Hoy.BOYi* f>. MOKKHKaD, M. . A. Ho*. Sib II. PALMtiil. hL-U.M.U., Si t-O A. B. tfiiBiTSK, -Esq. ■AruiTOKS. Fbakcis O- S.orxtiiEHDJix, Esq.^ Wji, EoBfiUidcs ,'ihysij' ' s>4 , C.A« i Solicitous: Messrs. Hart & Fj.owkr, GEVEy s. '•'« '.SAGEft : ! Et>waup Bobeht Dkuus, GENE...

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Telegraphic Inteligence. (By TELEGRAPH) TOWNSAVILLE, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

\BV TKLKGRAPIt) TOWNSriXLK, Ju'v 10. Repairs to the disabled engine of th - mffi1 hare b eu «iti-fcto?ify couip eted, and it started »unnn g lo-day. Tlie works are now in all swinn agsiin, and if no further liitch ofi'urs they will ioarl t e firvt vessel between 25th and 30; h. Thedr<»dge l<as nealy completed % cut off • r>e jetty wharf where the hulk Alexandra * ill b *. The wife <>f > J Castling died eudden y this mora ng. ' hue-"D y Island, July 9. The maiTfte mer Indi arrived th s morn ing. She left London on the 25th May, ;»nd has passengers. - '-or Coo^tow?!— visa For xest; for Townsviile—Mrs Boyd and two children; Hev M H Br e-in^ton; S M Boy >, J T mot G- H Eunamy rr; for Boekh mpfcon—liadame E Freeman; for Brisbane Mrg Sim cin, Mrs W Baynes, L Lynch, J 11 Hume; Bothery atid Cliamper none. The India biings the foio»iag cargo:—Thursday 'sland, 125 fcon>; Cook town, 471- t<>fs; I\rt Douglas Ik tons: Cairns, 34 t n?;...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. BROKEN H[?] L. July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

3SrEW SOUTH WALES. Bboken Hi t. July 9. Everything is quiet, and the police hire nothing o do. Hie mines are sti.l closely picketed.

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