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

WAV E RLE Y HOT E L, LOWER MOSMAST-SSTREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. PBOPEIETEESS. Mmi Mm&ds ei Wmm mwik g&iFit® always im Mtecks M118CT AfiTrTBFR AIV'D IMPORTER OF KVItRY DftSCRIPi'lOy OF AS great pleasure in returning thanksfor the muck appreciated sup port accorded him bj his patrons sinee lie started the " ScwnuirkeC Saddlery Warehouse," and also to announce that he- ha * enlarged his premises and increased his staff with the best procurable workmen, and trusts, moreover, to receive the continued con fidence reposed in him by hie client® in the country. Photographs of Anglo ustralian and best Stock Saddles, suited for either breaking-iu or extra rough work, fir warded free on application. As all orders entrusted to C.R.H. receive his eonal attention, this is sufficient guarantee that perfect satisfaction will jbe given. Buck-jump and Anglo-A ustr&lian a speciality- The latter kind are particularly adapted for UBe " out West," where the large fcnee-padded kind maj...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOR TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

LABOR TROUBLES. | ! Thb Barrier Bangera Mineowners* Asa*-] «*ia4ion have written from Melbourne to the ; jyQners' Association at Broken Hill as fol- ; Io^b:—"It hu beea patent to the directors : of Associated isines for some titae that the mines cannot be worked to proper advantage] ander the present -yetem of agreements, and j )ias been folly explained in letters from i the mining companies to your association- j It was, therefore, unanimously decided by j j(hfl mining companies that notice of the | termination of the agreement of 1889 and , 1890 ghrtiild be given to that effect from j 30th July next. The mining companies' cannot possibly consent to arbitrate, as there is a right on either ride to give notice of termination of agreements. The mining companies claim the right to work thsir mjmM as they deem best, and cannot refer this right to arbitration. They have «o desire to deal harshly with worker* in any branch of their service or reduce their eatu and they regret it has now ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping He[?]s. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

m ABBXVAX8. 3"uly 6.—Aramc, s, Captain J. E. Me& bum, from Southern ports. Passengers for Townevill**—Mesdomes T. J^cDonald Patereon, Mark, Hurlburt, McGee, infant and maid, Cardew, Mc ntvre, children (2) and maid, JSissenberger, Elliott, Face, Robinson, D. Brown and maid; Misses Craig, Willmett, Fa?way, BL Gordon, HalLoran, Hellicar, A. Hi*rks, Lawson, M. D. Heory, Sweeney, Rlla Carrington, Fogg, Wxay, Es a'e, Yates, Ofifay, It Giles, Coleman, Brumfit Hon. T McDonald-Paterson, Captains Sandeman, J K Rohe-tson, Malcolm Messrs Craig, & Salwey, G- £ vlliott., MeGibbon, McGee, Boddington, Mclntyre, J A Mowbray, F Ryder, J B Higginson, Adare, S G Clark, H Joice, W Jj Bebb, J Norris, Smi&eon, Chares Taylor, Speller, D Carr, Mangel!, Keegan, Haynee, ^wis, Armi'age, A Reye, C Gilbert, Vf Perroux, W Marsh, 3 Croker, W 8peer, Cardew. Through passengers for Northern ports: — Mrs. Murfin and two children, Mies W >lcot±, Messrs Walcott, Uhr, Mnrfin, A C Todd, R E Sway...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Hit p. & Co., Ltd. Charters Towers, IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF MINING REQUISITES. I —Just Landed— A Shiphekt of T. amd W. Bhiih's CELEBRATED STEEL WIRE ROPES. Y I c TO R I A g A W ' jyj ILLS, AND T I M B E R SALE YARDS. O IR/ .A_ "V Hardwood, Pine, pjid every description of Timber, likewise Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Hoofing Iron, and all Building Requisites. Every Man His Own Landlord. WHY FAY RENT? A Grand Drawing on the Art Union Principle for 6 subRiantially Built 4-roomc<I rVjTWJES to be crected upon any Residence Area provided by the Lucky Winners. The Drawing to take place on or about June 23. in the School of Arts, and of which due notice will be given. Each of the Six Cottages to be well and faithfully built, of the very Best Material and Workmanship, and valued at £100 each. Owing to the great scarcity^of Houses, and the inability of many to build, the Manager of the Victoria Saw Mills places a chance within the reach of all to cecure a comfortable home fo...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

MISS LAIftG, JmMS AKD >4-. ' : HABIT MAKEB, Rext Medical Hall, Crill-street, diarters Towers. - • - TRAM «»««••««« <•«*«<*•••««•«•#•* Mechanical Engineer, GUNSMITH, &c., &c.f GILL STREET, Next door to the Police Barracks, Charters Towers« ^To tbe Sporting fraternity. —P. Strang— Has Just Receired, and Has Now on View A Large Assortment of SPORTING MATERIAL. ill Requisites for the Gun and Fishi&g Bod Inspection Invited. Patents. PATENTS applied for on behalf of in vent re by CHABLKS. F. BERNAYS, liegietered Patent Agent, Adeliade-etreefc, Brisbane. J. A. HAGGER, Wholesale and Retail PRODUCE MERCHANT AND FAMILY GROCER, Sadd's Ridge, Qweenton. FAMILIES waited upon, and Goods delivered to all parts of the field daily. William A, Ackers AND CO. Established 1874. STOCK & STATION AGENTS, Auctioneers, Sharebrokxrs COMMISSION, FIRE, LIFE, and MARINE INSURANCE AGENTS. Agents for Absentees. Members Townsville ttock Exchange. Agents for N...

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

LIMITED BRANCHES AT— BRISBANE, TOOWOOMBA, ROCKHAMPTON, IPSWICH, WARWICK, ETC., ETC. HEjabove Compaaj having gone to considerable expense in procuring the services of a FISST-CLASS CUTTER PROM SYDNEY ire now prepared to execute TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. -Gentlemen requiring a Perfect Fitting Suit for Business or Evening Dress cannot do better than pay us a visit. We guarantee our Tweeds Worsteds, &c., as being manufactured from. PURE W OOL only, thoroughly shrunk: and fast colours. FIT AND STYLE NOT TO BE SURPASSED IN NORTH QUEENSLAND. CHOICE SELECTION OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. EEADY £ MADES, &c, &*>. We hold a splendid stock of Ready Mades, equal to bespoke. Also Gentlemen's Mercery in Great Variety. Our ALL WOOL BLANKETS are worthy of inspection, warranted to last 20 years. The Company's Celebrated Tweeds can only be obtained from their Establishment, Mosrnan-street; SO d.0 not b9 misled by Others advert ising cheap imported tweeds as Queensland Ma...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVER COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Ill FEB COMPLAINT. Is the cause of many pains and aches which some people consider are separate and die-* tinct complaints. Headaches, pa'pitation, indigestion, flatulence, &c, are symptoms of a disordered liver and stomach. Many are the qoack nostrums sold as cures for " indi gestion;1' but surely the world is getting sufficiently enlightened to see through the quackery which is so prevalent in this coun try. There are broken down plumbers, pain ters, plasterers, and printers selling " medi cines " to cure diseases of which these people do not even know the symptoms, to say noth ing of the therapeutics. Such is not the case, however, with Br Fletcher's Pills. I These are the prescription of one of Eng land's most eminent physicians and patholo ' gists, and hare been used most successfully by him for the last thirty years in private and hospital practice. They have ever been found effectual in all bilious, stomach and j liver complaints, wad can be used by both I sexes with ...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARLIAMENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

PARLIAMENT. (by 1siwbwh.) Bkesbajtb, July 5. In the Legislative Council to-day the Bill to amend the law relume fta the^eale of j bread, and the Bill to «m|sd the law ire lating to the winding up of -Joint 8***^ ~?j"T panies were introduced, and read the Bret tim<*. The Indecent Ad-erfcisements fctfl was read the third time acd passed. Al» Dentists Bill was read the second time, and th» House adjourned until next Tuesday. In the Assembly to-day, a message was received from the Governor, assenting to the Brands Act Amenement Bill. Sir S. W. Griffith tabled a return, showing the progress of the sugar and gold industries daring the past decade in Queensland. The Trustees LimifcedBill was referred to a select committee. _ i Xhe Souse resumed in com mittee the con sideration of the Elections Sill at clause 16, which was passed on the voices. Mr. Barlow moved a new clause pro viding for the taking of a second ballot, mm! the counting of the votes given to those candidates who w...

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

EDWIN BELLGROYE, iiaifig, and desen Agent, Trustee in Insolvency. Tradesmen's Books Kept, Accounts Audited, Eeids Gollecfeed. /Boir; Opposite Fire

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Wonderful man. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

My wife'* present estimate of M'Shaugh WB»y'« knowledge »s the result of re-action The first time iheerer saw him was one even - JBg ft week or two after oar marriage, when I ^brought him home wi Jb me to dinner. n ftst occasioH4he and he got on wonderfully well together; and when I returned to ihe dm wing room after seeing him down to the igpfe her fir t wotb were " What a wonder* fill ®ian£ .that. _ Mr M'8- Rugbnpfey ie. He eeems tbkno* inch a lot about everything." That deeeribeB M'Shaugnnssy exactly; He doe* seem 10 know a tremendous lot. 3Se is possessed of more information about «ve»ythingt-an any man I ever c me across. Occasionally it is correet information; but speaki- g r.ro&dly, it is r mark ble t- r its marvellous unreliability. V here he get* it from is a secret that nobody has ever yet been able to &thom. This would net matter so much if he would only keep it to himself, or put it into an encyclopedia or newspaper, where nobody would take any notire of ...

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

The majority of well-read phys icians now believe tliat Consumption is a germ disease. In other words, instead of being in the constitution itself it is caused by innumerable small creatures living in tlie lungshav ing no business there and eating them away as caterpillars do the leaves of trees. The phlegm, that A. derm jg coughed up is those iiiiBrwTBr Pai*t® the longs which " have been knawed off and destroyed. These little bacilli, as the germs are called, are too smallto be seen with thenaked eye, but they are very much alive all ffie same, enter the body in our food, in the jaii* we breathe.and through the' pores of oar skill. Thence they-get into the blood and finally arrive at the lungs where they fastii and increase with frightful rapidity. Then (German Syrup 'conies in,4oose»s them, kills them, expells them, heals the places they, leave, and so. nourishes ami $bothes that, in a short tame consump tives become germ-pmiGf and welL

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A malapropos Parnet. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

A malapropos Parnet Tome Mr Pippitt bad a father somewhere in. America. Every one who knew young Mr. Pippi t knew that ; for he had often spoken of his father; of the fortune he was m»lnng w«d of (be liberal presents he Bent him.! Then a time when Toung Mr Pippitt said lees about his father and less about the presents. Thus it was that people had almost forgottenthe existence of old lb Pippitt, when it was recalled to their memories in * very startling and tragical way. Old Mr Pippitt had landed in England, and was on' his way to Iiondon when he w&skilled in a great railway dn&Ster. Hw tiame^diBco ve«d from a letter in Iub pocket* was published; and yonng Mr fippittinidiedti the scene. The body was not mangled or disfigured, and after one moment of extrwe agitation the berea»ed son informed the official who had led him to wherethe dead man lay, that it was indeed his father. His evidence before the coroner put the matter beyond doubt, Mr Pippitt buried his father, as...

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SATISFACTORY POSITION. London, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

SATISFACTORY POSITION London, July ?. The London and Westminster Bank has paid a dividend of 6k per cent, and carried forward £59,000.

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ANOTHER BALLOON ACCIDENT. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

ANOTHER B\JiLOOJf ACOIl D&N*\ l »ndox, July 9. There has been a second balloon accid at at he Crv tal Palace.

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ANOTHER SLICE OF TERRITO Y. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

AJTOTHEIi Si.IOfil OF TKBEI TO Y. I | L >xdo *. July 9-. The Govern men r. at Singapore has decided to administer affairs in P*h»ng; an«l are rp; no vino- t.'»e {Saltan of that .latry he has been half hearted iu the sap port of the British. JL(j io uu-i "V»-d will epee lily b - ^ stored, and that mining • ill be specia lv eiseouragel

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STRIKE IN PENNSYLVANIA. LONDON. July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

THE STRIKE IK PEItfNSYL- 5 VANIA. i r_iONDOK. Jdr ^ iy[i reported that 400 police start works inbaUefc and fire pr»af cars |»rsovisiotied for several days. %bei-ipw»rB *®e well armed, and They patrol all the ftpproaiAivs ta Carnegie's mil!?, and havedeclmed to respond to the sheriff's ' ZiVl----. - • - ■ - Vic'oriou 3§ per cents at a baif discount. Mr FitK^ibbon: w ill probably defer" tiie Metropolitan Board of Worke Loan until October.

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A GOOD DIVIDEND. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

A GOOD OIVIDKND. Londov, 4u!y 9. The Urn n Bank has declared a dividend <»f 10 p*»r ent, and carried a snb^t intial sum f r^arl,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WOOL MARKEL. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

THE WOOL MARKEL. IjOSDon. .ThIt 9. The Bradford market has not im proved, Crossbreds show a slight de cline, and men noes a-e weak.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. DIBBS. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

MR. DIBBS. Lovoon, July 9. The Sydney Cabinet de-ired fco open Parliament, the a« eond week in August, but, yielding to Mr Dibbs, have agreed to postpone it a "til the 22nd. Mr i>ibbs ur^ea "bem to m> et early i» September. Tne Cabinet vvi<h Mr Dibbs to return via Sue?, but h» re turns by Canada. He has informed the Cabinet by cypher urbat he hopes to obtain in Paris with reference to New Caledonia. It is understood there Is a movement in the Royal Family to five Mr Oi^bs high honor. Hie gives a ba que? at the Hotel Me tropole, and has invited Earl Salis bury and Lord Knatsford. The Tamers Co., in recognition of bis ad ministratis e abifitv and statesmanlike qualities, have offered the freedom of tiie company to Mr Dibbs.

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