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Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) CAIRNS, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

liatest Tdegraiiis. QUEEMBIjA^D. [fbom ofb owar coBBESBoNDEirafi 3 (by BliECTRIC TEHBGffiAPH.) Caibstb, April 23. The local bodies are taucli disappointed with, tlierefuealof the Government to grant further loans, Further dismissals have taken place in the Bailway Office here. . The recent rain did no damage to the construction. The rails are ex be laid to the end of the second The Minister for lands has granted fee simple of the School of Arts land to the Cwnis tnusteas. Bhisbaxb, April 23. I The Brisbane agents for Adelaide milling ,' firms Ijare received insfcruetionB not to sell flour at under' ' * A largely attended meeting of the , creditors' of Barker and Co, merchants, of Brisbane, wae held this afternoon. The total debts were j^veirat and asBets 1*27,455 Ho offer of composition was made* It mm unanimously decided that the estate be liquidated and not placed In insolvency.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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Winton News. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Wimfton Mews. (From the Eerald,} On Saturday night an illustration was given of the facility with which the men can get Into harness. A revolver was accidently discharged in Captain Russell's orderly room, and in less than one minute the men were out of the barracks and standing to their arms. Not a man had on any more than hie shirt and bandolier. Rather an amusing incident occurred on Saturday last. A drunken unionist was searching for gore in a boycotted hoteL He was successful; but the " claret" was hie own. His impetuosity ran him up against a set of bare knuckles that whizzed around like a Nevada cyclone. Captain Russell, in order to quiet the disturbance, called to the sentry for two men, and in about half a minute 20 were on the spot, but the unionist had taken to his legs. A few minutes afterwards, a labor delegate interviewed Captain Russell to protest against " calling out the military to arrest a drunken man." In very few words the burly captain sent a chill down the del...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Cablegrams. AN ECCENTRIC OLD WOMAN. LONDON, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Latest Cablegrams. AST ECCENTRIC OLD WOMAN, j IJQNDOTS, April 22. | Mrs Bell, of Glasgow, who recently died, has bequeathed £70.000 to the Salvation Army.

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VICTORIA. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

1 VICTORIA. {BY ELECTfilC TELEGBAPK..) (FeOK OlTB OWK GoBBBSPONDBNT.) Mei,BOiiBir£, Api3l 22. , ? ^ - - - __J1 .d.^ Tlie Congress of Labor commencea Ms sifeSngs yesterday in tiic City Hidl, BaJJanfc To-day, over 100 representatives were present. Mr. W. Hudsfield, President of the Baiiarat Trades and Ij&bor Council, was dieted Chairman. Mr. P. J. Brennan was elected Congress Vice-president and T. H. Fawn treasurer A resolution was moved by the secretaryof i the Sydney Trades' Council, and carried, w-, fusing to credit the acts of violence-and law iessness attributed to the Queensland bush workmen by the capitalistic press. The speakers expressed sympathy with those; workers, and the Congress pledged itself to i use every effort to assist the men in resisting encroachments on their rights by the Aus tralian capitalists. At the annual meeting of the Mel bourne Chamber of Commerce to-day, Mr. Turner, the president, in referring to the labor troubles, said that owing to the late ...

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

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

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Winton Wires. WINTON, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Wfiiiton Wires. WnreoN, April 17. It Is raining to-daj- and appears to bare set in. K~o Southern mails liave been received for the last four weeks. The mounted infantry men left in town are drilling steadily. Lieutenant Wilson with a patrol is out yet at Ayrshire Downs. Strike matters are quiet. WrvTox, April 19. Strike matters are quiet. The unionist camp is steadily decreasing. The infantry are doing light drill. It is raining heavily all day. Provisions are getting scarce and no teams are wo-king. It is feared the races will be postponed again. If they are postponed a number of horses must be thrown out of 'work, as there is no feed for training.

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In Adjacent Colonies. Melbourne Information. Melbourne, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

in Adjacent Colonies. Melbourne Information. Melboubiie, April 17 In regard to complaints of unionists about working alongside bLaekfellows and Chinese, the secretary of tlie Pastoralists' Union stated It 16 Ms belief that the pastoralists would be perfectly willing to guarantee that no Chinese or kanakas will be employed as shearers or woolshed laborer?. There would be no difficulty in the pastoralists doing this, kas they would be pledging themselves to oppose a state of things which had not been called into existence. MB. Wiujam Bem, the Registrar of JoWl StoeV Companies, has sent a circular i letter to all such companies, calling the at tention of the nranageinent to the provisions of the various Gompanies' Acts, requiring the registration of various returns, lists of members, etc., etc^ and to the penalties pro vided for non-compliance wTuth such pro visions. - These|M» visions have been almost wholly disregarded hitherto, but it '-mW- ap- | pears -as though in future theywiil ...

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Townsville News. TOWNSVILLE, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Tomtsiille Xews. TOWXSYTLLE, April 21. 1 Fifty-eight free labrrerJ arrived by the Wodonga . The train first took in 47 mem bers of B Company under lieuteoaut Law rence aud then ran across Boss Island to the back of the Immigration Depot, 203 yards from Boss Creek, where the free laborers were landed from a lauck. Everything was arranged so well that the public were in the dark, and but a few persons were there to see the embarkment. Four -constables and two black trackers also accompanied the laborers.

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Warwick Wires. WARWICK, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Warwick Wires. WARWICK, April 17. Between thirty and forty men of the local Infantry Company, under the command of Captain Keogh, left by the mail train last night for the west. A large crowd assembled at the station to sec them off, and there was some boo-hooing mingled with cheers. WARWICK, April 20. A requisition is going around for signa tures, asking the Mayor to call a public meeting to advocate a peaceful settlement of the present labor troubles.

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Affairs at Rockhampton. ROCKHAMPTON, April 2[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Afl&iirs at RoeklifunntoH. BOCKHAMPTOJT, April 23. Xiie prisoners from Barcaidine, all union ists, under committal for rioting, several of nrhom fiave been seuteaced to terms ofim train to-day and vveretaken direct, from the railway station to gaol. Beyond a little cheering ^ tke«fcataon gates from a few per sons who gathered there, no demonstration took place. - Tlie engine of the ^Special train, which left Barcaidine at 1.35 this morning, broke down -at Back Creek, distant 22 miles, and when attempts to repair damage had failed, a mes senger on a trolly was gent to bring back tlxe pilot engine, wluch drew tlje train to Bogan bungan, casting off the helpless engine at Alice. This accident caused a delay of one hour and 40 minutes. All then went well "to Rushley Siding, distant 20 miles from Rockliampton, when the slide valve of the fresh engine, which liad been obtained at Emerald, broke, and a messenger bad to be . -sent forward to Stan well with the news, and X _ - on it ...

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Tambo News. Tambo, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

1 Tamlio Mews. Tambo, April 19. ] A. nynig columa under Lieutenant 1 Spencer Browne, which leffc Clermont, on Friday readied Alpha tin same night at half-past 8. They were detained there for horses,and started for Alpha station at half past one, and rode all through the night, reaching their destinat ion at 7 o'clock next morning. Bain began to fell just before day light, and the men caught fresh horses acd started at half-past one for Tambo, distant 73 miles. The rain made the roads very heavy, and the horses began to tire after going 4'J miles. The rain had been very heavy all day, and it soon became evident that the column had another night's riding before them. The progress made was very slow, both men and horses being tired, but they reached Tambo at half-past five this morning, having travelled in the saddle 32 hour#, with only one meal, covering 109 miles. The men suffered much from ex posure, the night being bitterly cold, and from want of sleep. All the creeks and rivers ar...

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The Strike at Isisford. ISISFORD, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

I XIic Strike at Isisford. IsrsFOHD, April 20. Lam * 1 A 1 a ue unionists uere ace very quiet. A de tachment of infantry Is gtill liere.

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News from Muttaburra. MUTTABURRA, APril 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

l«ws from IHuttaburra. MUTTABURRA. Anril 20 Two thousand five hundred bullocks an<T cows fromXfamtnjerinoor passedfor southern markets, Byder in charge. The unionists interviewed the men and Ryder, being a contract man, bought ail his men unioa 4ickete The military returned from Bowen I>o*ras jestewlay- Ml is quiet there, but tmublefis feared at Green Hills. JL detachment |as, jieft jar tliere. Forty more mounted Hfles are expeeted in a few days. The unionists -are quiet Bat axe going through a serere course <o£ drill Mails trill probably be blocked again by -the floods. The river is rising rapidly.

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Misrepresentation Exposed. (FROM THE MINER) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

; , (FEOM THE MOTE K ) W E cast no aspersion upon the work- J ing man when we say that one of the chief characteristics of the ordinary fin de siecle labor leader is the reck less utterance of any falsehood that first suggests itself to him, if by so doing, he can prolong the agitation upon which he thrives and fattens, The custom is scarcely edifying, but it is a custom, and the public, gaining prudence from experience, has learned to swallow the assertions of the professional agitator with a great many grains of salt. The utterances of such an one may be allowed to pass unnoticed, but not so can we disregard like statements published in any section of the public press and vouched as correct by the anony mous editorial " We." In the one case the utterer himself is known and properly estimated, and the occasion of an irresponsible speaker lashing himself into fury for the purpose of catching a fleeting round of applause discounts what he says, whilst in the other the accusations are...

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

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

Patbon-HON. JOHN MACROSSAST VICE PRESIDENT-RIOHARD GRAYED President- HON". JOHN" DEANE TREASURER-FRANCIS W. BBATTIE C OMM'ITTB 3E X B. WHITEHEAD A. H. PRITGHARD F. W. BEArTIB W/P.-GAMTT E. LINDSEY J>. SYMES CAVEY T. J- KELLY J. BYRNE D. MISSINGH AM W. D. CASEY JUDGE-HOjN". JOHN DEANE CLERK OF SCALES-W. P. CANNY SmTBE-a. MISSIN GH AM CLEEK OP THE Cousse-A. I. POSTER P B OGB A M Maiden. Plate 100 soys, for all Maiden Horses; second horse 10 sovs Tr "" 4 , eafaance 4 SOYS. SECOND if ISO SOYS, for all horses; second horse 20sovs, and third horse 10 sovs from the prize . 6 furlongs; nomination Isov; acceptance 4* sovs. A Welter Handicap of 100 SOYS ; second 20 SOYS from the prize; 1 mile and a distance; nomination. 1 sov£"; acceptance 3 sovs. Money or bracelets optional to the winners. Jockey Club Handicap Of 400 sovs, for all horses; second horse 50 sovs, and third * horse 25sovs from the prize; 2 miles; nomination 1 SOY; acceptance 9 sovs >?-. -. > : Sapling Stafces Of 100 sov...

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

WIATT & ATES, Y A T T & 1JT ATES, TIMBER MERCHANTS, CONT8ACIOBS, BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS <fc IRONMONGERS, CHARTERS TO WEES. A Large Stock of Ail Kinds of Timber and Iron always on hand. DOORS, SASHES, FRENCH LIGHTS, &c" LOCKS, BOLTS, 1HNGE*, AND Y BUILDING MATERIALS Of Every Description, and aJb REASONABLE PRICES. Estimates given of Ereiy Description of work. UVDGBTAKEBS. ?" Their Few HEARSE has been lately supplied with Handsome, Black and. WiutePlttmeeafcgreat expense. . ' i FUNERALS Will be supplied in any et?le at the Shortest Notice, and Hue Most Moderate Charges. MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES Supplied and Erected. TlfYHf^gg NEXT TO THE CALEDONIAN HOUSE, Griix STREET. N.B.-Funeral Orders, when the Bhop is closed, to be left at Mr. T. Wrill's Private Residence, ODposi'e the School of Arte.

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The Labor Dispute. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) The Strike in Brisbane. BRISBANE, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

-y.-v ? v,?.-,., _ J:'- .. . >-jT.-;",y . .?- ." ? Ike Labor Dispute. 4- - (by EiECfRIC TELEGRAPH.) (from OTTE OWK COBUESPOKBESTTS.) . _ Tlte Strike im Rrii^aiie* ?? -V-v ApMl l7» i Mr. Hinclieliffe, secretary of the A.L.F., and James Wilkinson, editor of the Railway Times and secretary of the Bail way Em ployees' A^ciatMn/have each been served; with subpoenas by the Crown to attend the Circuit Court at Bockhampton, which opens onWednesday next, as witnesses in the ca^e' of Kegina, v. Xxeorge Taylor and others, charged with conspiracy, and hare also been ordered to-produce^certain documents which they have in their possession. They leave Brisbane for Bockhampton by the Bodondo to-morrow. . i Bbxsbajt?, April 19.. The following official telegram from In spector Ahem, at Clermont, was received to-day:-" A most determined attempt was made to bum down the Court House here at X o'clock this morning. Kerosene had been splashed all over the back verandali,*and set fire to. - A sentry at...

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