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The Storyteller. SWEET IS REVENGE. [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XI.—SEEKING REST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

By J. FITZaEEAiD MOtLOY, i Awtfwr Mow ?cme Jfe JHad T* ** ThM " Magician, ^k., Sfc. ' CHAPTER XF.-SEEKING REST. Before Jack Barlyl haul time to answer his strange visitor the door had closed gently behind lier and lue was alone. He took up the photo graphic frame toreplace it on. the mantelpiece, and saw the portraitit contained had gone. Instantly he rushed for his hat and darted into the street, resolved to fotfoff her. In a moment he caught sight- of her tall, figure with its veiled face and gliding motion, sawher enter Picca and proceed in an opposite ^.course from that she had taken when he last pursued and lost tier. She now directed her steps towards Hyde Park Comer, moving along swiftly and witha grace and ease of carriage that even more than her low soft voice and delicate-shaped hands betrayed good breeding. Barlyl took the other side of the street, remaining a few yards in the rear, and never taking his eyes from her lest she might vanish as before. The lamps bad been lit...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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THOSE WHO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

THOSE WHO KNOW. To edit a paper is any fool's t*sk, Think the people who never have tried it While for criirques of preaehiugyou'veoniy to ask, ' . The men who go there to deride it.

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Weather Telegrams. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Weather Telegrams. (BY ELECTRIC TEIEGEAPH.) JTKOM OUR OWN OOBSESPONDENTS. ADELAIDE, April 13.- Heavy rain, lias fallen in the far Iforfch and North East, and. the mails have been delayed. The country is flooded, and in the agricultural areas fine rain has fallen, which has improved the farmers' prospects. A good season is expected. AuGrATHELtA, April 22.-Four inches of lain have fallen since Saturday. The river is very high, but is now falling. ' Barcaldixe, April 21.-Wet weather still continues. BijAckali., April 20.-One inch seventy four points of rain fell on Saturday and 2*27 inches on Sunday. The Barcoo is very high. Weather very unsettled. BxackaitIi, April 21.-The Barcoo is in high flood, and creeks and rivers all flooded. The rain is stall continuing. About 4£n fell during the past three days. Bulckaix, April 23.-The river is still in. high flood, but the water is falling. The roads am impassable. Brisbane, April 23.-Mr Wragge gives the following forecast:-North : Cloudy in....

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

PBOJBCTED DEFAE.TUB.ES. For Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate - ' - Woaongo, Monday, 27th April. Barcoo, Mbna^^^tit Aramac, Monday, 11th May. Howard Smith's e.s., Thursday, 14th May. Amwatte, Monday, Ugtti May A.U.S.N. B.B., Thursday, 21st May. Wodonga, Monday^ 25th May. For Oooktotm and intermediate ports Leura. to-day, Saturday, 25th April. Barcoo, Wednesday, 29thApril Warrego, Saturday, 2nd May. Aramac, Wednesday, 6th May. Howard Smith's s s., Saturday, 9fch May.. Arawatta, Wednesday, 13th May. AU^-IT. 6.6., Saturday, 16th May. Wodonga, Wednesday, 20jh May. For Cairns, Gheraldton, Mouriljan, Cardwell, and Dungeness Palmer, Tuesday, 28th April, and thence weekly. For Port Douglas, Cairns. Geraldton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dange nesB Burdekin, Monday, 27th April^ and thence weekly. For Normanton, Thursday Island, &c. Leura, to-day, Saturday, 25th ApriL Warrego, Saturday, 2nd May. Howard Smith's 6.6., Saturday, 9th May* A.U.S.Ji". £.s., Saturday, 16th May. For London Tarob...

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EXPECTED ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

EXPECTED AXBXVAXM. From Sydney, Brisbane and intermediate ports. Leora, to-dny, Saturday, 25th April. Barcoo, Tuesday, 28fcli April. Warrego, Satarday, 2nd May. Aramac, Tuesday, 5tli Mav. Howard Smith's s.e., Saturday, 9th May. Arawatta, Tuesday, 12th May. A.U.S.I*. g-8., Saturday, 16th May. Wodonga, Tuesday, 19th May. From Cairns, Greraldton, Monrilyaa, Card vrell, and Dungeness Palmer, to-day, Saturday, 25th April, and thence weekly. From Port Douglas Caims, Greraldton, Mourilyan, Cardwell, and Dunge ness Burdekin. to-d^y, Saturday, 25th April, and thence weekly. From Cooktown and intermediate ports Wodonga, b'unday, 26th ApriL Eeura, Wednesday, 29th April. Barcoo, Sunday, 3id May. Warrego, Wednesday, 6th May. -. Aramac, Sunday 10th May. * ? Howard Smith's 8.6., Wednesday, 13 th May. Aiawatta, Sunday, lYtk May. _ A_tLS,®T, 6.s , Wednesday, 20th May. Wodonga, Sunday, 24th May. From liomautoQ, Thursday Island, &c. Leura, Wednesday, 29th ApriL Warrego, Wednesday, Howard mith'...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

DEPARTURES. April 19.-Cintra, s, Captain Medley, for the Gulf. Passengers.-Mrs. Lyone and child | Messrs Macnaughton, Jameson, Marker, Thompson, Bugers and. seven in the steerage. Bonus, Philp and Co., Ltd., agents. April 19.-Dickey, s, Captain Stewart, for Brisbane. W. Black, agent. April 19.-Star of Hope, s, Captain Stewart, for Dungeness. Passengers-Messrs Wallace and Gordon, and 10 in tlie steerage. April 20.-Burdekin, s, Captain Keir, for Port Douglas, via ports. Passengers : Six in, the steerage. April 20.-Gollan, s, Captain Heede, for . Dungeness. April 20.-Lalla Sookh, schooner, for Greraldton. April 20.-Arawatta, s, Captain Cr. F. Lee, for Melbourne, via ports. Passengers: Mes dames Watt and two children, Hii3, Earls, tnr-ee children and servant, Downey, Living stone and two children; Misses Bertha Cast ling, Edwards; Captain Ingham, Messrs Hill, Jones, Withey, Lilley, Martin, Linden, Earls, Randall, Wallace, Grant, Dolphin, Saunders, Babone, Parsons, Smith, Craddock, Liddi...

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Fire Brigades Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Kre Amee* ing of the Brigade Boaid was heldyesterday tus the Town Hail. Present t Mr J. Millican (in tlie clmir) a#d Messrs. C. Eraser, and 8. F. 13". Johnson. Mir F. John-* son, Superintendent ofthe Brigade, "was also in attendance. The minutes »f the last meeting were read and confirmed, and the correspondence, out ward and inward, all of which wae of a formal nature, were dealt with. The Superintendent's report wae then read tsi^binsi ** I have to report as follows onihe general condition and efficiency of the five brigade. We have had seven practices during thtej quarter which have been well attended, and so alaxmB a& ai*. All tJie material of Hie, board is in good order and fit for use. The Deputy-Superintendent, Mr. 31. D. Edwards, has had to leave, and I have accordingly granted him leave of absence mid appointed Mr. William Husband temporally in his place, he being the choice of the men. Your Board authorised me to collect prices and samples of uniforms, and I beg to...

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Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

QUEEISSLAXD. 4?iro girls and laiociced- them both down and broke one's nose. Tile ; other girt lost two teeth. The horse and woman also fell, but the woma n remounted and disappeared. 93ie police ai« lookingfor the rider. . .''? Probatewasgranted to Bobert and John Philpin the.estate o£ thelate John Philp, senr., deceased,the amount being £17,300. James Brown, licensed victualler, ofSouth Townsville, hasfiled his petition in liquida tion ; amount of debts, £705. Mr. W.Y. Brown delivered a lecfcifce in aid of the Macrossan fund to-night, Townstilx®, April 22. A meeting of local shareholders in the Muldiva S.M. Co. was held at the office of J. SVPaifcBs, Ten thousand shares were re presented. It was unanimously decided to hand proxies to Captain Sandem&n for use at the general meeting of shareholders. A wishwas expressed for the election of Captain Sandeman and Mr George Young, of Mont allwonyto the electorate. Mr W. V* Brown wOl address the electors to-morrow. . , ; ? CAIRNS,...

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Musical Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Musical Jottings. (BY CROCHET.) ! jiszT, the prince of pianists-a Hun garian by birth, was bora in 1811 Educated at Vienna and Paris, he early acquired great celebrity as a jianist. In more mature years his : ame as a composer has been exten sive, though bis compositions have leeo marred by extravagances and excises. In bis personal history the same tendency to excess has al 1 jeroated with such fits of fanaticism, as that which threw him for a time among the St. Simonians. Liszt ac quired a fortune by his professional tours. In Moscheles* life there is mention made of a tour of Lizst with Cramer through the English provinces,, in which the remuneration was at the rate of fivehundred pounds a month. F. Hiller describes his arrival in Leipsie, fresh from his triumphs in Vienna and Prague, which re vol utioa ised the quiet town. In Paris, he had excited Mendelssohn's highest admiration at his first concert, as he glided along the platform of the orchestra to the piano as lithe and sle...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES. <5¥DKET, April 17. Sir Henry Parkas addressed a public meet ing at St. Leonards to-night, and unfolded the Government programme for next session. Amongst tlie promised Bills ane a Local Government Bill, a Bill for the enfranchise ment of women, a measure dealing with labor disputes, a Liquor Traffic Bill increasing local option, Water Conser vation Bill, Mining Bill, Sew Civil Service Bill, Fire Brigade Bill, a Bill for encouraging the volunteer move ment, a Bill for making justice more expe ditious in the lower courts, a Bill to regulate monetary insurance companies, a Factories Works and Shops Bill, a Bill to provide water supply and sewerage in country towns, altera tions in t he fiscal policy which is to be made in accordance with the professed Free Trade principles of the Gove raiment, and a Bill to establish an elective Upper Konse. Sir Henry Parkes dealt at great length with the Federation question, and stated that a change should be made in some o...

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AQUATICS. SYDNEY, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

I I StDFEr, ApBil 20. His Anniversary Cup Four-oared race was rowed on lire Paixamatta river yesterday and resulted in a win for the Sydtley Morn- ? Herald crew, with Hie Star second, and JS-etUng News third. The Literary Staff Handicap was rowed in club working light skills, and wo6 carried off by XLBrannon of' the MiertiM tfofL

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

. VICTORIA. 1 MEtBOtTRKE, April 17. I ? A special meeting of the Creswick branch of the Miners' Association at tAIlandale, last night, decided to hold a ballot to decide: the question of striking a levy in aid of the j QueenslaadBlifeaapers The engine-drivers resolved to hold a ballot with the same object. " MELB0UBlfE, April 20. The first business to be brought before Parliamen t when it assembles, will he the Federation question. Parliament. will be asked to decide what steps shall be adopted ? to ascertain the siewg «f the YitAoriaH. people on the subject, :|»ewgery& ? Iflve question to a conference j^eo^ ^ # amendments proposed in Hife Federal MM, and remit them to the Federal Parliament to : 1»« JmI^; WiHi., .; MrMunrohas received a prirate Mfcer finom Sir Heniy Partes, mwfocht^latter st^es it is Ida. intention to visit Melbourne to consult witli liim oti Fedecation, Mr Munxo has sent a eommunieation to lite Indian Government, drawing atteniaon to tlit> marwuw in tii...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

JFOOTBAXill A numerously attended meeting of foot ballers was held at Jeffs' Mining Exchange Hotel on Tuesday, the purpose being to form a club to play during the present season. MrSellheim was voted to the chair. It was decided that a club be formed, to be called the " Rangers," and that the uniform should be blue jerseys, blue knickerbockers, and red stockings. The subscription was fixed at 5s, and the following office-bearers were ap pointed : President, Br. Forrest; Vice-Presi dents, Messrs. H. Perkins, J, Allen, and St. Paull; Captain, V. Sellheim - Vice-captain, Mr Adair ; committee, Messrs. Cupples, p. Dwan and Dunsford; secretary, Mr. Win niett; selection committee, the captain, vice captain, andMr. St. Paull; delegatesto the union, Messrs Dwan said Sellheim. It was resolved that apamphlet; ** Hints to football players," should be printed for the benefit ' members. The chairman pointed out Hue necessity of getting into good condition if ( and It was arranged that' Tuesdays, ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Pbrth, April 17. 1 Yesterday Id Ki Hong, the Chinese murderer, was executed in Frenrantle Gaol The man met Ills fate with. the utmost forti tude. * The Oovemment quarterly financial re turns ehowan increase of £10,525 m com- ; pared \iiHi the corresponding quarter of last year. The total receipts amounted to ; £101,269, and tke expenditure to £80,910, HMlud^ credit balaaiee of £45,599 at com- i mencement of tfosyie^ The Balance to tlie5 ? ^credit of fSie colony atthe beginning of April: J' £105,958,; The' * principal iu lands, railways, and Customs.

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

BOXOfGr. Seldom, if ever, have the Charters Towns people witnessed a. more determined or more equal fight than that which took place at the Skating Bink on Saturday night, when Tom Phillipsand Billy Foot met: to contest the light weight honors of the field- Counter attraction, inthe shape of the circus, inter fered considerably with the attendance, but ' by nine o'clock some 200 people had assembled, shortly affcer ^hieh the mmwere in the ring. Phillips was attended by his tutor, Tom Xiees, and J. Carroll, whilst the local man. Some little trouble was ex perienced in the selection of, a_ referee, hat; finally the veteran, Item second round Phillips had a decided lead, andheuppercut his man with the left rexy feet and furious, both men feeing. flvidenRy "do^Jor goiie," ;time; the. localman, who had had somewhat the wont ; of the^xchanges, seemed fte weafcerof the tiro. In round four Phillips knockedFoot down, and lie took his ten Bccondsj^after which they sparred to the dose. Fbot no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

?^.-4- ? ;K:'- . ff ecEef c vbs «s CARRIER S, , y; _ - Forwarding Commission, and In^itraitce Ageiite and Wholesale Produce Merchants. Oustom 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 MWi MM© WmMm^TME^ Goods; and Machinery delivered to any part of tiie Field. © | Tobacconists, Stationers, ^Newsagents/ Booksellers arid Taney (Seeds Sealers, * . GILL-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. Fishing Tackle in g£eat variety, Berlin Wools, Oil Paints, Macrami Twine, Tinfoil, Toys and Fancy Goods in Great Variety. Goods ei all kinds mtziwimg h j mmy mrnl* Northern ltepresentati ves for TOOTH aiul CO., Vulcan FoniuJiy, Maijboroiigk - - z3a "«gr: . >r ;; 'B!" " X * ?*. 3 * ||s Bates: : .. 'i.v; : ' A v . :; " y; "V V" - ..?? ?; u .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

. v ' * {No. 1 Burns, Pliilp, and Go's Buildings,) . FLIKDEBjSviS^ilET, 7 St^dj Hardware, and Maelfliiery Merchants. Sole Manufacturers of JSac^rair^ Lnlirleatiikg Oil. Steel Truck W heels, Steel Stamper Shoos and Dies. Steel Cains. Steel IMses, Ami All Kinds of SieeJ Castings...; A iarge Stock oa hand of Engines, Boilers, Winding DftQB£, ^uiupE. Beltiag to 14 jaclies wide. - v Pipes, Bra.bg Fittings and Greneral ISnguieeEs and Mining Requisites. Wm M. MacBbaik. Sheaf Island Works, Sheffield. ?? >a > COANE & CLARKE, J_LATE fiLHY AM) tGAX£,j wm# - mjsmik BEOJPPSS as© A&&ESK1S Mb. A. W. CiiAB-KE, EXx.S,, Certificated bypath Ken #agt?M! Science and Art p>epirtjnent5 late ?k>Y«Tnent %nemlogic^l Lecturer, liaviiig joined ike firai, wemeww prepared to make complete Chemical Analyses of Minerals, Dies, Water, to,,, or proximate Analysis of Coal. i ' /. ounm MB c®, Pale Ale In the Market. ^* Support Local ; Industry. JilLL * P OMPANY ALEX. Wholesale and F...

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Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

The -very latest &nn ofbettingi is to mA a mail tolfcy you £20 to nothing that he Is not annrtqiwhfied aas,: to put up the stakes in your own hand, and let your brother settle ihewager. 'This is just about the size of & Suggestion ofaii "organ" that recently made Borne most' unfounded statements as to Hie intention of the Employers' Association to reduce the rates of wages on our gold-field. Afterthe " organ" had been forced to climb down some, the Secretary of the Association offered £20 to the Strike Fund if the said *c organ" could malm its position tenable by - adducing - proof, whereupon, the offer is jumped at on the conditions that the money is handed orer to the Secretary of the A.L.F., ywri the casesebtledby llie august council of that body; This appealed to be written in all seriousness, if so it is as great an insult to the intelligence of the workers, whom the " or gan" affects to represent, aB the original allegations. were an outrage against what must b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

FLOffDEBS-ST., XX- Xi THE sew PAPER! WEEKLY PAPER! THE - PUBLISHED in eomteelion with the" Northern Miner.*' *££* PAGES FOE 4»D.! PAGES FOR OD. ! « NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The prestige enjoyed for BO many years by the MINER, as adaDy, warrant® the proprie tary inofferingthepubllc a TWENTY-FOUR PAGE WEEKLY, which will be full of the LatestLocai* Colonial, Intercolonial, and EuropeanNews. MINING REGISTER." | The Latest Gabled Quotations from Lon don and the other great commercial centres ! will makethe REGISTER a necessity to the merchant and producer. "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." Week fey week will appear ORIGINAL ARTICLES by Eminent Scientific Specialists "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Meteorological Notes and Stock Move ments willmake it the constant vade mecum of Pastoralists. "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER," The Correspondence from its Agents, In all the great mining centres and outside camps, trill keep the miner and prospector in touch with all the latest discoveries. "NORTHERN M...

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The Poet's Corner. A BUSH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

came ' wh»riing, Bore the s&d sound of animal cries; Dark volumes of smote rose up,curling, And red flames shotup in the skies. ' Bed flames over "alley and dale raced, Scoarged on by a hot summer wind ; Tenor, beforethein, rash pale-faced, Desolation frowned darkly behind. Horses-cattle-fled by fast and fester. With terrified glance to the back, For the fire-fiend-oh, terr ble master Was racing along on theirtrack. It- laughed at the feeble obstruction, On its terrible errand it ran Through broad fields of wheat and barley, It swept like a demon of might; (They gleamed gold in the calm morning eadj, They lay blackened anddesolate by night) Through clustering pine trees, its red flare Swept on at a racehorse's pace; It mocked at the startled sun's dead glare, And flung it* black emoke in his face. It coiled round the trees like a serpent, They shrank from itewitheringtouch, And the wattles and she-oak and fir bent And writhed in its terrible clutch. Forward, etili forward an...

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