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A RUSSIAN ADVANCE. London, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

A RUSSIAN ADVANCE. London, July 9. Enssia is advancing on Para vis, and encroaching on the Afghan boun dary.

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CHOLERA. London, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

. CHOLERA. London, July 9 I There are many deaths from cholera, i at Sawar, and f?e'ri->us riots at I Aetrakan. The po ice were present;, but are fleeing t*ie city. .

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

municipal Council. The monthly meeting of the Municipal Council was held on Tuesday afternoon at the Council Chamber, there being present—The Mayor (Aid. K. Kirkbride), and Aldermen B. Toll, F. Johnson, C. J. Eraser, J. Millican, W. J. Paull, J. Duneford and M. Barnett. The minutes of the last monthly ! meeting were read and confirmed. The out ward correspondence was approved of, and the inward correspondence received. The secretary of the Townsville Separation League wrote, forwarding copy of resolu tions passed at a meeting of delegates from Northern local governing bodies and the Townsville Separation League, as follows: — " That we are of opinion that nothing short of Territorial Separation will meet the require ments of the North," and " That copies of the foregoing resolutions be forwarded to each member of Parliament, and each Northern local authority." Aid. Paull moved That a reply be sent to the effect that the Council do not consider that -either they or the dele gates sen...

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[NOW FIRST PUBLISHED. ["STAND FAST, CRAIG ROYSTON!" New Nobel. All Rights Reserved. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

[NOW FIRST PUBLISHED. [ M Stand Fast, Craig Royston I" m&ci, BY wxil.t.xa.m: black, Author of " A Princess of Tiitile," " Sabina Zembra," " The New Prince Forfcmiatus," &c., &c. All nigTita Reserved. ******** 9* *************** MB. WILLIAM BLACK. CHAPTER XII.—Lsttebposition. Yes, she had come near—so near that she seemed to absorb his very life. He could think of nothing but her. As he walked away down through the dark streets, he imagined her to be still by his side ; he tried to fancy he could detect some faint perfume of sandal-wood in the sigrounding air; his right hand tingled yet with the touch of her warm, infcerclasping fingers. And if at one moment his heart beat high with the assurance that she had confessed her love and given herself to him, the next he tor tured himself with vague alarms, and wondered how the long night was to be got through, before he could go up to her in the morning, and challenge her to speak. All the future was filled with he...

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FIRE AT NEW BRUNSWICK. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

FIRE AT NEW BRTOSW10K. I.OSDON, July 9. St John's, New Brunswick, is burn ing. The Government Offices, Roman Oalholic Catlied ai, Me? ho<iist. College, Masonic Temple, .and hundreds of factories and ho-ig^s have l»een des troyed. The Parliamentary Buildings and Govern men' Hon*e are threa tened, the wli *le of the city is en dangered, and 3000 people are home less.

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

v" C'SK #W -*m am* FROM FROM IP YOU SUFFER Depression of Spirits, Pains in the Back, Irregular Action of the Heart, Spots before the Eyes, Awkwardnessin company, no interest in daily occupation, Nervous Debility, Tired Feeling in the morning even after several hours9 sleep, Involuntary Blushing, Loss of Memory, Dimness of Vision, Indigestion, OR Eruptions on the Face, Meek, or Shoulders, Loss of Energy, Loss of Power, any form of Skill or Blood Disease. Kidney or Liver Diseases, in short F FROM Any form of Nervous, Chronic, or Special Disease, do not lose any time, but at once write to OGG «Aa THE EMINENT ? eft till&l NORTH QUAY, BRISBANE, I € & E. OUR ELECTRIC BELT, price I2s. GcL, sent (post I'ree) to any address. DR. J. MOORE'S AUSTRALIAN LIVER PILLS WILL CURE -Sluggish Liver, Stomach Derangements, Constipation, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Flatulence, Heartburn, give Healthy Tone to the System, promote Appetite, and produce a Healthy Hue to the Skin,

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

ALWAYS USE IT IS THE BEST. Sold bj all Grocers in the North.. Procurable through all Merchants. BE SURE YOU BUY Royal Baking Powder. This Baking Powder is now acknowledged to be the Best Brand in the Market. Procurable through all Storekeepers and Merchants. R. W. THURLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. INSIST UPON HAVING This COFFEE iscele brated for its Excellent Flavoe. All Grocers keep it; also to be had from all Mer chants. Packed by the Crescent Packing- Company. FRENCH COFFEE. The OfiiGtffAt has a Red, White and Blue Striped Label. Bewabe of Imitations. This is the only French. Coffee prepared upon the original reeeipe. SOLD EVERYWHERE, Procurable through, all Merchants. jo* ^ Take no .ither. E. W. THUBLOW & CO., Brisbane Agents. ^ss=ssss=sssssssss=ssssssafe The Crescent Packing Com pany's PeppebSj Oraitgm Blossom, Spices, Hqkey are the Best in the Market, The Original FRENCH COFFEE has a Red, White and Blue Striped Label. It is the Best. Take no other. R. W. THURLOW ...

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

MILLER DAY DAWN ENGINE WORKS, TOWERS STREET. the erection and repairing of steam engines, air compressors, gearing and machinery of every class, for mine and milling purposes, receive special attention. PUMPS ForMining,Irriga ting, Wool-washing, &e. quoted for on Application. Stations requiring Machinery, or having same to erect will have our PROMPT ATTENTION! M. & Co, have arranged for Supplying all glasses of machinery. CHARTERS TOWERS DAY DAWfl FOUNDRY IVI9AI ft 09. MAKE A SPECIALITY OF BATTERY REQUISITES, STAMPER SHOE OF BEST HARD HEMATITE, AIM D BERDAN PANS, * FREE FROM BLOW HOLES. All Work in Iron or Brass of Best Description and Quality of Material, RATES ON APPLICATION. GIVEN

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

WM. N EILSON'S AMERICAN ART STUDIO, OPPOSITE SCHOOL OF ABTS, MOSMAN-STREET, CHABTEB8 TOWEB8. Artim. Wv N. having erccteda New Studio at the above address is prepared to ' execute Bortraita of ei«(j deGC>iptun from Miniature to Life Siee in Water : Ooln, Black and White, &c.t either ^direct or from the Photograph. 1 J* C BttTOET —Awarded Three First Medals, Rockhampton; awarded B»t Prize Indian and Intercolonial Exhibition-. J. Tosb—Awarded "First , Prise. Medalj Townsville; awarded First Prize Certificate, dmrtert Tawen. Specimens on Tiew at the Studio. Inspection invited. The Brilliant Boot Mart. "IJ "VTICffOLAS, Practical Boot and Shoe Mebr, lately carrying «b basincH in JLl/# XH Mosman-street, wishes to announce that he is now established in those bevlj -erected, large, and commodious premises situated 3 net below the Sunburst Hotel, Gill street, anjlrespectfully eolic^s a continuance • f the patronage of life old friends and customers. Thenew shop is well stocked with...

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

JOSEPH MA LLOS Wishes to inform his numerous acq uaintances, and the public generally that he has commenced business IS THE C0AGHIK6 LINE First-class Coach with. Civility and Attention. Private Address : King-street, COACH AVAILABLE AT ALL HOURS. JOSEPH MALLON J. c R A I B & Co CONTRACTORS, 4,-n. *5$ewt *zmet SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. C9 G. & CO., having opened a Branch Shop in Gill-street, next door to 0 # Peter Strang, are now better prepared to meet their old customers and the general public in anything in the BUILDING OR FURNISHING LINE. Having now been in business on Charters Towers for the last ten years, they can be trusted to torn out all work in their usual First-class style. tfotteges Built smi FueamM^ em Easy Teems. j.ewm % m GILL STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS. Charters Towers Jlrated Water and Ice WOBKS, KING STREET ^S^ESSRS. J. ROMBERG & CO., having purchased the business lately gSwa carried on by EL Webb, and secured the services of Mr. Reuben Parker as ...

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Looking Onward. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Looking Onward. The sacce-s of the pre-ent racing season in the north, as far as it has gone, has given ample testimony of the thriving position in which the tarf stands in this neighborhood, and year by year we seem to be getting ahead by leaps *nd bounds. Perhaps in no way is improvement more noticeable than in the class of horses which are now tempted to com- j pete here, and whereas a few years ago a second rater, with a bit of condition on, was considered good enetigh to travel the North, it is found n<»w that unless they are really first class they are better left at home, and a second rater in Hie South is found, upon arrival here, to be still in the same dhfie. Perhaps at the meetings just passed into history, the homes running hare shown better class than ever they did before, and the hero of the Charters Towers meeting, and Town Plate < winner in Townsville, Donizetti, | has proved himself to be a real gem. of the first water, i Why should he not be ?...

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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

TURF GOSSIP. /Br &EBKIT.) " fiobin Hood," of Hie Av*tralasian gives the following description of the meeting of the two year old colt JfilfordL, u > to that time untried in public, and Mr. ftfapJeVsoJar un beaten filly, Minting Queen; - " Hie weather was fine, if dull on the fislt day ofthefixture, (Kempfon Park), and the attendance very I&cge The attraefcionwae iherich tnpro-yearoldmce, the Royal Stakee, end the interest in tills w 4 enhanced when it became known tint a very highly tried two year old in Milford vrae to asolee his debut, tad endeavor tr> clip the wings of Mr Maple's m few unbeaten filly, Minting Queen. It was reporlel that r. "Abingdon" Baird who bred M iffijrd, had ma "e a present of him to Mrs. langtij, and* when it was foand that the colt Has . to run in Uii> assumed name ®f Mr. "Jersey" whose colon were registered ft few days before, the report waa confirmed. I What antce horseto be made a presentof, and what with big engagements, is he ...

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

"GITK 0PXHE PLAINS" CONSULTATION ON THE 9 To be Bun on or about November 1st, 1S92. SUBSCRIBERS AT 10s. EACH. First Horse ... ... ... £10,000 ] 20 Casli Prizes at £ 100 each £2,000 Second Horse ... 3,000» 20 „ ,, „ £50 „ 1,000 Tkird Horse... ... ... 2,000] 25 „ „ „ £20 „ 500 Starters divide ... ... 2,500 j 100 „ „ „ £10 „ 1,000 fton-startere divide... ... 2,5091100 „ „ „ £5 „ 500 LESS 10 PEE CENT. EXTRA CASH PRIZES Every £1 invested will have 12 separate chances of obtaining a handsome " diwy." This is the only bona fide investment in Qaeeneland that a working man has for bettering Ids position by a email outlay of money. The promoter has been before the public for nearly 30 years, and during that time his Sweeps have given undeniable satisfaction, which should be e guarantee to the general public that they are a eafety-valve for their honest earnings. The Committee who superintend the drawing are tried men of stability And position, and are all descendants from the grand old knight...

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SPORTING NEWS. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

SPORTING NEWS. RACING FIXTCBB3. July 14, 15—Barenswood; July 2', 21—Mackay; veighb My 9th; acceptances and g neral entries July 14. July 28 N.Q. l atteraall's C ub; weights July 16 ; acceptances and nominations {or Hack ace July 23. July 28,29 —Burketoim. July 28—Bowen. August 9, 10—Wild River Jockey Ciab, i (Herberton) Nominations for handicaps (6) July 22; weights, July 25; ae- j oeptaoces and general en iy, August 2. j August 23, 24—Cooktown T C. i

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TOWNSVILLE-TUFF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

TUWNSVILL R*TU h F CLUB. ANHTJAIi MEETINGS. (Br Hermit.) It is but a fortnight *go since we were wel coming oar Townsville s d other visitors #t the Towers Annual Meeting, and now the scene is changed, and we are in turn the visitors. A right good welcome we receive too, at the hands of the Townsville TurffClub -committee, who, with tbeir acting secretary, Mr Love, seem determined that the outing shall be an enjoyable on*. The trip to "The Bay" at the annual meeting each ■winter is always a pleasant one, and the change to a few days of sea air is, I am sure, in addition, health-promoting. Calm and clear, the sea breezes are laden With a fragrance, a freshness, a power. With a so-ig- like the song of a tihiMwi, With a scent like the scent of a flower; And a whisper, half weird, half prophetie, Comes home with the sigh of the surf ; But-1 pause, for your fancies poetic Never rise from the level of " turf." Calm and clear; bat srill, as we land from the Towers train at about 11 o'clock...

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Crown Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Gnu Laid Sales. Tbe following is the result of the last sale under the Special Sale of Lands Act Bill: The M te< r Downs jots were bought bj Mr James Tyson , Weribone, Me-srs Rowe and Smi* h (per Newton and Co t; Noodoo, the Australian Pastoral Company (per E. Newton and Co.); Rock wood, by Stuart Bros, and M 'Caugher (per C Musson and Co) ; ierrick Terrick, by Wallace and Casey (per Mr Walsh); Avington, no offer; I1 vesham, with drawn ; Eveebam and Campsie, no - offers i ower Hill, Stewart Bros and McCaughey per C- Itwson and Co); DiUalah, tbe Dillalah Co (per B.D. Morehead and Co.) ; Biddenham, Freen add Perrel; Boombah, withdrawn; Callandoon, executors of the late Dr Jenkins (per B. ti. Morehead and Co) ; Carbuckey, ditto ; G-nnj an, C G. fin da! (per A.J.S. Bank) ; Comongin Soutti and Ardoch resumptions, Culloden resmnp ion, mid Cameron Downs resumpton, no offers; Greendale resumption, ex cut re of the Lite Thorn s Gillet (per B. D. Morehead and * o) Boom bah, W. Ross...

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RAVENS WOOD RACES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) RAVENSWOOD. July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

RAVENS W OOD SAGES. (by ssusesifff.) Ravenswood. Julv 8. The following acceptances have been re« c*:ired:— vaasa hakthcap : 6 furlongs. et jb st I|» Ole Sid ... 8 10 Comet ... 7 0 Gaiety ... 8 7 Mandie 6 7 wbiaaa* hanbicap-7 farlongs. Tharwa ... 10 .6 Avelino ... 8 4 Vampire ... 9 8 Comet ... 8 O Twilight ... 8 6 Munic ... 7 10 potbltcaks' pcBes—14 miles. Blacklock ... 8 12 Befton ... 8 0 Starlight H... 8 12 Visor ... 7 13 Ole 8td ... 8 6 Comet ... 7 4 8HOBTS hakdicap,—5 furlonge. Ole Sid ... 8 13 Comet ... 7 3 Gaiety ... 8 13 Mundie ... 6 10 BAVWBBWOOD SOCKMT CLUB HANDICAP— 1J miles. Starlight IX... 8 10 Ole Sid ... 8 4 Blacklock ... 8 10 Seffcon ... 7 12 Tharwa ... 8 7 Comet ... 7 9 xowf plate—1 mile. Tharwa ... 8 8 twilight ... 7 5 Vampire ... 8 7 Comet ... 6 12 Gaiety ... 8 5 IStandic ... 6 7 Visor ... 7 13 Hie entries £or t&e District Plate are— Comet, Gaiety, Mondic,0)e8id.

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Q,T.C.WINTER MEETING. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Q,T.C.WIKT£BMEETt!ro. (BT BbisbAlfE. Julv 6. The following are the entries for the cipal handicaps of the Q^.G. Winter meet ing, to beheld o» the 6th and 13th August i Q-T.-C. HajroiCAP -rJEI^M, Lord Heed {/linker, Bpiendide, Strayahcfc, Wandering Jew, Talkative, Canobie, Oeeoy, Sir Oliver, CVmmellft,iPrime Minister, Toll x«ijrfwigcr Exhibition Hakbicap.—Eiymasj lladj, Bob»wliI, 1^ Grange, «ecoj, Taiikataye, Elei nare, MiuiBtrel Belle, Tridentnte, Dill<m.XordHc ,SirO!lirer,

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The London County Council. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

The London County Council MR W. H. DICKINSON". Aft the first meeting of London's new County Council, Lend Koseberry, w&s unnaminously BMleeted chairman. Mr Job* Hutton, whose portrait we give, m elected *ice chairman, sad v-r W. U Dickinson, u deputy chairman. The last name t gentleman. wm born in 1659, and is one of the youngest members of the County Council, he is a mam ICE JOHN HOTION. of untiring energy, of gt«al tact, and and ut iron will. The depnty ehairinan is really th# permanent administrate? of the Council, and is responsible for die smooth working of fch» whole affair, necessarily the post demands » man's whole time and caetgy. The salary is a year, which is nothing extraordinary, considering the responsibility of the post. At the Police Court on Friday, befors,~Mr C. A. ML Morris, F.1L, Isabella Carrington summoned O. Alexander Carrington for assault and battery- Mr Brown, from ths office of llnsn Mwsland and Mai-eland, appeared for the plaiotii, and Mr P. M31 f...

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The Northern Local Authorities' Conference. Mr. Joseph Hodel. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

The Northern Local Authorities' Conference. IVTr- JTosepb. Hodel Mr. Joseph ETcriel who represented the Thuringowa Divisional Board at the Lo<-al Authorities Conference came to Brisbane with, his family in 1863 from Jersey, Channel Islands. He -was with " Bobby " Towne oa the Logan for a few years bat in 1870 when 20 years of age he came north * ith his people and settled at Townsville where he has suv-e resided. Mr. tfo'lel has always been a shrewd man of business and as Towns iile progre?ped he benefitted pecuniarily. He erected the North - tar Hotel on the present site of the Excel-ior Hotel in Flinders street, ani sub sequent^ he purchased the Newmarket Hotel from Messrs Clifton and Aplin. Mr Hodel became the possessor of considerable land in the early days within the "town and Suburbs and has retired from active business for some years past. He resides at Oakiands near Cluden abo^t four miles out of town- I n 1889 and 1890 he was chairman of the Thurin gowa Divisiona...

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