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Personal Items. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Personal Items. Queen Natalie is about to go to I-ondon in. eognito fo fia<i a publisher for her mem ire. F. Ma ion Crawford, the novelist, says that women are like religion, «s you must take diem on faith or not at all The Duchess of Maryborough now buys her clothes in New York She says the American modistes are better than the t-n glish. Lady Rail iolph Churchill is the only American woman who hasever been honored by the Queen of England with the order of the Crown of India, The nearest living relative to Shakespeare is probabl -1 homas Hart, a resident of ue - tralia, who is eigh'h in de?c<-nt from Shakes peare's ti ter Joan Edna Dean Proctor, the B ston poetess. is a charming woman, j ust past midd e life, with gray hair and a soft voice. >he does but liitle literary work nowadays. Th • Princess of Wa >s much affects lillies of the alley in h<>r home decorations, an I the Sandriogham dmner table is rare v set with utthe use of these quie...

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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Mr. Gosechen and Mr. Pritchard Morgan. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

^K^JBIr. CesehCT and BVr... Prit cfaard Morg-au. : Tt was-nbt~& very happy fate for Mr Gosdien, says the J?all iMnll &azeftet 4m the first evening of his return to Parlilnent after Mb illnesB, to be obliged to confirm the rumoursof severityto M r Pritchard Morgan in asserting the claims of the State to the xojaliies of' his gold-mine. It as impossible that in their combats with an isolated indi vidual the agents of the State should seem very plucky or heroic. Mr Goschen's tramp Hng on Mr Morgan could scarcely be ~^ibktd.tea, in ; fljje new cbiijage, ^or the pld l£gefid of St Gheorge suai the Dcagbtu Aiid yet it ls wdrt that has lo % done, a»dwe have observed noeign of justification for the assertion that Mr Goschen has performed his task' with any excessive harshness. " ££EA£E, BIB, HE CA1XED M£ FORDID." But Mr Pritchard Morgan sees these things with other eyes—with the other eyes of a man whose prospects have been wrecked and his hopes blighted by the unforeseen ass...

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

3NTa.tu.ral Advaaita^eB. Mrs Mo in m -r " You have a kind look for a nurse; but you are so tall that if yju should happen to drop baby he would have an awful fall." 3£i#$ G1 FLynn ■ '• Viver fear for thot, mum. Say, now, this book was th' baby, an' Oi should drop it—loike tliot —f5ee what a dianee avseatehin' it Oi'd have afore it jreaefatedtiiB Hare.'' ^ 1 * ;

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH. Jnly 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Perth. Jnlv 6. Th^ Mtoroey-General has forwarde 1 a cirsnlar memorandum to magistrates, j 'isrices nfthe peace, and to police stations, impress' ingon magistrates the a cessi y of eeing that only a cat;, or a light whip, or birch rod be used for flogging aboriginal oTenders. Mr Burt also gires warning to any magistrate allowing the ase of any other instrume it that he" will incur a grtve responsibility and render himself answerable for the results of hie acts. The ie->ue of th;s memeran^um is doe *o the recent report that native officers at Cam irvon had flogged aboriginals with thick stacks.

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

ON THE KuN AT FlEMINGTON, NoYEMEURIsT, 1892. lOfOOO SiibseHlierg at 2i6. 6d.—SSS5©.—less 10 per cent. 190 Extra Casb Prizes: Every Investor of Ss- has a cbanee of drawing 8 Separate Prizes Begjster all Letters, and enclose TWO Addressed Km c!opes—one for reply and one for xesolt slip. Torn or Defaced Tickets will not be recognised BARNES AMD SON, ' TOCACCON ISIS AND stationers, Pefcrie's Bight and lloma Street, Brisbane. THE Mir TBEBLE ! ClAA TO^OTHIN0!I C lAfl X1UU TO NOTHING II 5* tt/U jWLDfG to the widespead interest always taken in the big Spring Events ' of the South the Proprietors of m wmm pms^ss eegisteb Have determined to offer a £100% ESH1 ™ £100 For successfully picking the Treble CAULFIELD CUP, V.R.C, DERBY AND MELBOURNE CUP, Run respectively on October 15, November 1, and November 3, under the following conditions :— (1.) No one connected with the North Queensland EsGisim or Northern Miner newspapers to be allowed to compete. (2) The appended Coupon to be cat out; and t...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

VICTORIA. Melbourne JhIv S. The Executive fCouncil have con-tdered the eentence off death recently recorded at Senjligo, flgaioet Peter Smith, for ehootiag James cXayior, .ftnd Jiave cammuted it to 15 . years' i mprisonment. Harry Clark, who stracR Henry Fdwler on the head with an ase, with intent to commit --1 J'H.. f ~.u»r A—i i-.JV —X&tT-UeZa&^SXSt ~T - mnrder1gnd'tuul the death "Be tenee inwwi ob bim, lias had blBiaentsea^^imin^^^ to 10 ifflpBtBoaio^d^i^i |y|a'latoo&"'' ^ ' - V The registration of till jWE .^mem ployed at the Government1 'abor Bureau has increased to 8250. If is calculated at pre sent that- work has been found for nearly a thousand The entries for the race meetius to lie held alt CautBIdih Md of th£ fund dosed, ad aii »|int able rejsjMpnseTfaM been made bytheoA'ners and .trnferji-of horses. There are to lie races for which the j^&nd total of 18 J entries have been received. tn res ons6 to the rejw^-i&tionfilfwrm^ a deputat...

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A member on Toast. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

B member oq Toast. Mr W. V. Brown, one of the metii1 era for TVwnsvilie, is about to journey to England, and lias been interviewed by a represeiitati ve of th e Wownsville Bulletin, who asked" him narlpke an account of bis stewardship. Mr Brown complied, and, of conrse/ was first -catechised on bis views with regard to Separation, the people of^Towns ville being as exacfcingin requiring' their ineinbers fo be sottn^ 'iii that dogma as are the j?ly|he kirk in Sc tland that shall stray from the beaten ^athjff of the Pr< sby erian doctrine. Mr i-BifOWN, however, so far as Separation, is • on cer ned, has n'-vf*r been exactly ortho dox, and wisely, we think, acts as an opportunist. "If we cannot get Separation let us take the next best thing," he says, Hisconsritu-nts would like Mr Brown to go down to Bris bane and vehemently oppose the pro visional proposals. As this would afford th i colonial office fu'therexcse 'to 'delay Separation Mr Brown refuses, and ai^o declines to a...

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

"FAIR AND SQUARE" CONSULTATIONS ABE T&e Original and Only Successful 5» CONSULTATIONS inQueensland. ./■ The Names of Persons drawing Horses are never divulged. HOW OPEN— Tattersall's Handicap^ Eun at Charters Tovrerg, July 28th. 1892. 5000 SUBSCRIBER at 5a. Each. fiEBtOnse... ... ... £500 £econdiforse ... ... 250 Third Hone ... 125 Starters divide ,.s ... £g Non-starters divide ... SO SCaghPrizes of£40each... 80 2 ,, „ £20each... 30 5 „ £j<Seach„. fio 80* 20 „ £210a each SO £1250 30 Extra Cash Prizes. AISO OPEN. Miners Union Associa tion Handicap, Bon at Charters Towers, Sept. 15th, 1892. 0000 BtJBSCBIBEBS at 6s. Each. £600 Second Hone ... ... 900 Third Bone ISO Btadmdinde ... ... 75 Non-starters divide ... 7s 2 Cash Prizes of £50 eaph... 100 2 „ „ £25 each... 50 6 n „ £10each... 50 10 „ „ £5 each.. 60 20 „ „ £2 10s each SO £1500 29 Extra Cash Prices. Special attention is directed to my Ooh« ndtatiw on the - . MELBOURNE CUP 20.000 Subscribers at Sa e|di Persons ma...

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TASMANIA. LANCESTON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

TASMANIA. Launceston, July 5. A Court of inquiry was held at Devonporfc yesterday to inquire into the grounding of the sfce-imer Flinders on Forth Point. The Court suspended the certificate nf the second officer,' Holland, for three month* for not having followed t e instructions of the ch ef officer. The captain, who was not on deck at the time of the accident, was let off with a caution. Mr.fHarke, the Attorney-General, de clined to «neet in public his constituents, who a e' objecting to recent Government appoibtmfents to the 'Uejidatire Council. He met about 20 of those who stoned a petition, yesterday in his office, and In reply, saiSl 4ie would be prepared to justify the appointments when in Parliament. The majorityof those who were present were not satisfied with the rt-ply given. fbe1n^rs%eloDgin^ ta the whal r.Watejr witeli,'lying off Iluon Island, were fcaken ^-o HI ifeajfc GaftV for continuous disobedience."" Work has heen resumed in the western mineat'fche bid rate of wag...

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Melbourne and Caulfied Cups. MELBOURNE CUP; 2 Miles. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

MBEBOTJRITS CUTi SMilee. «ijb Strath more ... 9 8 Danton ... 7 4: Malvolio ... » 8 Scot Free ... 7 4; Dieadnought 9 6 Etliejbert 7 4 Zt'inski ... 9 4 Leviathan ... 7 4 Stromboli ... 0 3 The Captain... 7 3 Sir William... 9 2 Cand.-ur ... 7 3 Admiral ... 9 1 Norbe:t 7 2 freedom ... 9 0 Hopetoun ... 7 2 Oxide ... 8 13 IS.lL ... ... 7 3 Correze 8 12 Scrip... ... 7 2 Li Tosca, ... 8 12 ^temcbaser... 7 0 Realm ... 8 lo Vogengang ... 7 0 Tarcooia ... 8 lo Fem!eaf ... 7 O Parie... ... 8 8 Singapore ... 7 0 Portsea ... 8 8 Sunlyil ... 7 0 Workman ... 8 7 Dundas ... 7 0 Tirailleur 8 6 Adv<ntnrer ... 7 O St. Albans II 8 5 Star of JEiin... 6 12 G'Naroo ... 8 4 Wiora .. 6 12 Antaeus ... 8 3 fiolden ... 6 12 St. .blaize ... 8 3 /ttelaus ... 6 12 Pigeontoe ... 8 2 Vanteil ... 8 12 Clontxd ... 8 <1 M.ecara ... 6 12 General ... 8 O Honor Bright 6 12 Enu© 8 0 All There ... 6 12 Swell ... 8 0 m. of Garter 6 12 Autonomy ... 8 0 Culloden ... 6 12 Glenloth ... 7 12 Blarneyetone 6 12...

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THE NORTH Qeensland Register PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1892. TELEGRAMS. LATE TELEGRAMES. (BY TELEGRAPH.) FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. TOENSVI LR, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

THE NORTH   QUEENSLAND REGISTER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1892. LATE TELEGRAMS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. TOWNSVILLE, July 11.   The first season's sugar arrived from the Pioneer Plantation, Lower Burdekin, this morning, consisting of 65 tons, the quality being splendid. Crushing commenced at the Pioneer on the 29th June. Kalamia and Seaforth, also in the Burdekin Delta, will commence crushing the first week in August. Mrs Castling's funeral to-day wad very largely attended. The Otarama, to load the first shipment of frozen meat, is expected on the 27th. Copies of a pamphlet on the re-intro- duction of Polynesian labor into Queensland, compiled by Mr J. T. Critchell London representative of the Toumsville Herald Newspaper Company, have been received. The subject is extensively dealt with. MONTABLION, July 11. Dr Jack has left on leave for Europe. He was presented with an illuminated address by the Hospital Committee, and was given a hearty send-off...

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Mr. W. J. W. Richards. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

♦ Mr. W.J.W. Richards,         Mr Richards who represented the Walsh Divisional Board at the Local Authorhties   Conference at Townsville is a native of Corn- well and is now 40 years of age. He landed in Victoria in 1868 and worked on the Bal-   larat and Chinaman's Flat Goldfields in that colony. He came to Queensland in 1873 and excepting for a short visit to the New England tin fields has remained in the colony ever since. Mr Richards has been a miner all his life working principally on copper tin and gold. He was one of those who tried their luck at the Hodgkinson goldfield, for the last eleven years he has been in the Herberton district and for the last six has been managing the great Southern tin mine   at Irvinebank owned by the Irvinebank Mining Company. Mr Richards enjoys considerable popularity in the district in which he resides. He is chairman of the Walsh Divisional Board, presid...

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

Domestic Intelligence. BIRTH. MILNE. — On the 6th July, at her residence, Stubley-street, the wife of John Milne of a son.

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Northern Supreme Court. Wednesday, July 6. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Northern Supreme Court. Wednesday, July 6. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb.) IN CHAMBERS. In the will of Edward Hart, deceased. Application to pass accounts, for extension of time for further accounts, commission to trustees, and cost of application. Mr. Roberts (of Messrs. Roberts and Leu) for W. Kirk and J. Hodel, trustees. Order. Pass ac- counts from 8th September, 1885, to 30th June, 1891; no commission in respect of   administration before 30th September, 1886 ; in respect of period from that date allow £50 commission; extend time for passing further accounts to 6th July, 1894; costs of this application out of estate. Special order: no precedent. In the estate of Albert Edward Abel, otherwise Albert Edwards, deceased. Motion for leave to Maria Abel, widow of deceased, to swear to date of deceased's death. Mr. Roberts (of Messrs. Roberts and Leu) for Maria Abel, proposed administratrix, read the affidavit of G. A. Roberts, filled 6th July. Order as per motion; a...

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FOOTBALL British Association RULES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

FOOTBALL British Association Bux.es. (By Ohl-oreh} la my report of the Bangers match with Towns Filie SjG. I omitted to mention that Waddell linsi&e sight) of Uie tatter team had to s-etn® frdmthe field ehorfcly after the minutes from time backs and tluaiir teoaii. j&e tedding *»nd judicious kicking of their b»tf4»ckft coirfaiiaBd 'wifli the passing and unselfish play of tbe forwards, w<m the game for them t e last twenty-five minutes. who bent the Scothmen by four goafc to one Of-oal, Toone(lJdtta); backs, Holme® ; (North End)and unn (OldfCtonians) i half backs, Reynold- (West Bromwich), Ai Holt (Everton), and Shelton (Hetfce); forwards, Ba88efct(We-t Bromwich) andGoodali (Derby Oify). {-ftuthworth (Blackburn Borers)* Hodgetts (Afton Vi la) end Chad wick (fiverton). ; There was a splendid turn-out of players on the &ane$mvground on Saturday affcer | noon. Stdes were picked but awing to the | absence of un form, the players were often I charging th...

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Telegraphic Inteligence. [BY TELEGRAPHIC.] TOWNSVILLE, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

Telegraphic Intelligence. [BY TELEGRAPH.] TOWNSVILLE, July 7. Repairs to the disabled machinery at Ross River Meat Works were completed to-day. The engine will run a day or two before full operations are resumed. Meanwhile 30 or   40 head per day are being put through. On Monday and thence forward, if all goes well,   100 bullocks per day will be killed. TOWNSVILLE, July 8, William Duncan, late Municipal ac- countant, for whom two warrants have been issued, one by the directors of the Penny   Savings Bank, and the other by the Muni- cipal Council, for embezzlement, and for whose arrest the latter body offered a reward of £50, returned to Townsville by the Pere- grine to-day, and gave himself into the cus- tody of Senior-constable O'Sullivan. CAIRNS, July 5. Another supposed Chinese leper has been arrested by the police, who have no power to have him examined without getting permission from Brisbane, application having first to go to the Inspect...

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SOUTHERN SPORTING. (FROM OUR SPECIAL COMMI[?].) (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY. July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 13 July 1892

SOUTHERN SPO&riXft. (FBOK OITB KPEOIAi COMHTHHOTTBtt.) (BY TEHEQB4FH.) Stdkkt. fair 8. The trotting pony. Ohilde Harold, who re ■ 1 c^ntly distinguished himself at the Boyal Agricultural Society's Trotting Carnival was sold yesterday for 150 guineas, the purchaser feeing Mr T. V^sb. The General, who as a two-year-old gave promise cf a successful career, who did not ran the last two seasons, mired " from Queensland, and is now pursuing his studies binder J, Allsopp at Kandwiek. The General is engaged in the Cau;fieJd And Melbourne Cups. The Victorian Club has voted £100 towards the unemployed. ¥. D, Brewer, the well-known rider, sus tained a broken cellar bone at Williametown on Saturday, through the Commissioner falling with him in a steeplechase. : Tiraillerie has broken down badly, and is not likely to trouble the turf again. The will of the late 1. S. Chapman (Augur) has been proved at j£3,996. Walter Hickenb thatn, the well-known Memington trainer, has been confined to h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

MINER'S HALL, CEOIDOS. THE NEW HAIX, le now open for engagement by lecturers, Travelling Companies, &c. Terms and particulars on application to W. IT. BB0W1TE, Secretary A.M.A. Croydon.

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Shipping News ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Ja'jr 12.—Wodonga, e, Captain T A Lake, from Southern ports. Passengers for Towns vil'e - Mesdamee Dokon, Berwick and two children, Grove, Young, E Noble, C Price and chiid, Fu'ley^ Nice, Boberteon; Misses McQueen, P Ballard, Gerahall, MaeDiarmid, Inches, L Thompson, £ Hood, Tockingson; Messrs Grow, Cadby, Wooden, A Seholeser, Inches, Tessero, B Teece, Bind, Metcalf, H Bacon, Ribriek, W Pearse, Horn, <3- Hen derson, J Fnaith, G Price, Webster, B W Kaig, C Horroeke, A G Ogg, Salmon, 3 Biyedon, Young, A Wilson, Le Grand, 3 (3 Cocksedge, K Feumridge, S J Jeffrey, Boberfcson, and 21 in thesteerage. For Nor thern ports Meedames Moreton, A. L. Boss and child, Dammkohen, C 3£ Daniel, Mibs Harwood, J Palmer, S Shield, Messrs 3 Byrne, 3 *yme, T CI Harwood, W H Ander son. IS Youngman, 3 C White, A Youngman, A Gordon, B Simpson, 3 8 Mil'er. De Burgh PersBe, and 15 in the steerage. BaroB, Pfailp and Co, Ltd, agents. July 14—Dornnda, Captain 3. Gray, from Brisbane, via ports, with thr...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

DEPARTURES. July 12—Dorunda, Captain J. Grray, R.V B., for London. Passengers—Mel bourne to Colombo: Mr Webster. Mel bourne to Batavia: Mr J. M. Indies. Miss Inches. Sydney to Bofcavia: Mr and . Mrs Walcot, Mr <3- Tessero, M- L. D. Woodin, Mr and Mrs Phillips. Brisbane to London: Mr W. A Oodby, Mr P. G-. Harfce. Brisbane to Naples : Mr Webendorfer. Brisbane to Thurday Island : Mrs Brown and child. Towns voile to London : Mr Warrington Laing, Mr W. V, Brown, Mr W.E. Brown, junr, and 44 in the steerage. Bums, Philp and Co, Ltd, agents. j July 12.—Palmer, s, Captain A J Clarke, i for Cairns, via ports. Passengers—Mesdames , Blackman, Duncan, Muir, Connor, Connolly, Blisses Hurwood, Duncan, McTavieh, His Lordship Bishop Barlow, Messrs J Caseidy, Shewcroft, J Byrne, J i-yme, F Raymond, A. Gordon, A Youngman, E C Simpson, B Blackman. i Youngman, W Headrian, Sauzers, Corbeth, and 16 in the steerage.: Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd, agents. July 13—Kingswear, s, Captain Farmer, j for ...

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