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Items from Blackall. BLACKALL, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Items from Blaekall. BtACKAM,; April 20. - Sixteen military under .Lieutenant Mar shall arrived from Barcaldine by special -coaches on Saturday morning. Strike matters are quiet. BLACEAIX, April 21. The military are performing their duties £H a good manner, having hada rough time of it "Owing to the wet weather. The unionists axe very quiet here. About sixty men are in camp. There is general disapproval at burn ing. Some unionists are returning to work "when the weatlier clears.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Matters at Barcaldine. Barcaldine, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Matters at BarcaMiue. Babcaxdine, April 16. 1 The trials for conspiracy were resumed this morning. Sydney Sharwood, secretary of the Pastoralists' Association, produced the shearers' agreement signed by himself and 18 shearers, in the presence of the defend ants and insisted that all these agreements should be read as the Crown had ordered the reading of all documents ex hibited the day previous. After read ing through one the Bench decided to make all one exhibit. Stuart then insisted upon the printed rules and ration scale being read. 1 he witness also put in the agreements between himself and the laborers made at Bainworth on 12th March. He said that afterwards he met some of the men at Springsure Railway Station, and accom panied them to a place between Cler mont and Capella, where the men were taken from the train to pro ceed to Peat Downs. He described how the party was followed by unionists using inducements and threats, one threat was that the men would be sorry if they did ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A COLLISION AVERTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

A COLLISION AVERTED. Later news states that the AfriS cander Bond is disposed to favor the Hon. Cecil Hhodes's suggestion fop averting a collision between the Boers | and the British in South Africa.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AFRICAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

THE AFRICAN DIFFICULTY. Portugal agrees to the modus vivendi to open the Pnngive river to j British vessels. Mr. Krnger, the president of the Transvaal has put a damper on the1 Boer expedition and arrested several leaders.

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AN IRONWORKS SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Atf IRONWORKS STNDTfJATR. Mr. Joseph Mitchell, of Sydney, lias enlarged the syndicate recently formed fey him, so as to provide aft the capital required for establishing the proposed ironworks in New South Wales.

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EXCITEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

EXCITEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA. There is a good deal of excitement in Cape Colony in consequence of a report being current there that Lord Salisbury will do nothing farther than deliver a remonstrance to the Portu guese (rovernmerit in connection with the recent attack by the Portuguese on the "Willoughby expedition and the seizure of the steamer Agnes Cape. The Times, in an article on the subject, hints that it would be advis able to lower the British standard at Standora, and states that it is untrue that the proposed Boer expedition into Mashonaland is under the patronage of Portugal.

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Affairs at Clermont. CLERMONT, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Affairs aft Clermont* CLERMONT, April 17. 5he Pastoralist's Executive left this morn ing for RockhamptoHL. Lieutenant Spencer Browne, with a flying column of the Moreton Slounted Infantry,! leftby train for Alpha, from whence tine. column will ride via Sambo to Listowel Downs, which urgently requires protection. Shearing is progressing salisfiactorily at KUjcmmnin, Peak Downs and Huntley Sta tions. The local unionistsare remarkably quiet. lie principal event yesterday was the ^Attnxe of theWol&tng free laborers. Some daysago it was arranged that the - the Wolfiang contingent remainder, consisting of expert machine hands, should be sent to some Western sta tion, shearing with machines, as Cambridge Downs used shears. Accordingly the Cam bridge contingent, numbering 55, left Wol f&Hg early in the afternoon, escorted by & large body of police and Mounted Infantry. They met a few unionists on Hie road, but arrived at Clermont without anything note worthy occurrin...

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Dalby Intelligence. DALBY, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

ftalbv Intelligence. DAT.BY, April 21. Reid, Stewart) and Mclntyre, labor dele gates, addressed a large number of people at the Fcliool of Arts last night. The meeting was orderly and unanimous, no pastoraliets being present. Beid was very rabid in his speech, and abused the Government and Defence Force generally.

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Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. CHARTERS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Hie Mest ^ttotaHons. CHARTERS TOWEBS STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENING- CKSAJ. Quotations ffor23nd April, 1891 . -- Band of Hope, b 10* Brilliant and St, George United, b 10s W, s 10s 9d Brilliantjb 0110s Brilliant Block, p.u., b 21s Brilliant Block, con., b 16e 7d, s Vfe Worcester «nd Victory, s 6s 9d Day Da*n, No. 3 W., b Is 6d Hay Dawn, No. 4a. W, b 4s Gfoldeu Gate, b 7e 3d, cSe E Kelly Queen Block, b fe 9d, g 8s 9d - My Maria, b 3s 6d, s 4s 64 I Mills Umted, b76 6d Muldira, con,e4s9d, Hew GraceDarling, b 7d, B 101 Ko.6 Qjieen, b 6|d, s!TH,ealce250at7d No. 7 N.E.Queen, b Ss 9d, e 6s STo. 2 S.E. Day Dawn, b Is 3d Papuan Block, b 10s Queen Consolidated, b 2s 2d, s 2s 3d, sales 400 at 2s 2d * Queen Central, b 4s, s 4s 4d Scandinavian, b Sid, e lOd Sunburst P.C., b 14s S.E. Brilliant, e Sd Victoria East Extended, b Id

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MINERS' FREE EXCHANGE. GILL STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

MUSTERS' FREE EXCHANGE. GIIII. STBEEX. IiAfiT maHFS GAEL-So'clocfc. Band of Hope, e 12s , b 9s Brilliant and fit. George United, 8 b 10s Brilliant Block, p.u, b 20s Brilliant. Block, con., b 16s Charters Towere G»s, b 9s Day Dawn No. 3 West, e 2s Hidden Treasure, s Ska lid, b Is lid Belly's Queen Block, e 9s, b 7e 9d Ijadj Maria, e 4s, b 3s7d MSlfi United, b 7s 6d New Grace Darling, s lOd So. 6 Queen, e 9d, b 6d Ho. 7 N.E. Queen, b 5s 6d IT©. 2 S B. Day Dawn, b Is 3d Papuan Block Extended, b lOs Queen Cross Beef, e 8s 6d, b 7e 6d Queen Central, s 4s Sd. b 4s fiaoboi^ b 13s

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TRUE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

A TRUE BILL. Dr. Morgan T. Wills, a recognised Ameri can authority on cerebral disease and insanity, writes: " It is well for us to know that the emotions cause more unhappiness and crime - than any other function of the brain. Human being6 are governed by their emotions, and it is well that they should be, though it is emo tions that wear away the brain. It is the emotions such as anxiety, fear, sorrow and love. I consider that eight hours are suffi- . cient for a ma n to use his brain, because if he exceeds that time he becomes nervous and. fretful, and an exhausted brain is an irritable brain. You may not feel the evil effects of the stress of brain work at the time, but you will sooner or later, whep it will be too late. The men that work at sight with their brains . are the ones that expose themselves to - danger and death, which will surely come unless the great strain on the mind is . lightened. Any man that neglects the first warning of a brain or nervous system that is beco...

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"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

£?~ * ifwiie oE l^pnypugsL Band of Hope ».* - *»» «.. . »» ... i|^ "feillKUli ft- M.Co... ... ... ».. Brilliant Block p. u. - ?.. ..». Ditto contributing Bonnie Dundee ... ... .?* .BriHiant and Worcester and Victory ... Caledonia P. C. p. u. Ditto contributing ... ... Charters Towers Pyrites Ditto ditto p. u. to 5/ CiiaitereTowersGhaB ... - >v DanO'Connell Day Dawn 35o. 3 West ... Ditto ditto p. u. to 10/ Day Dawn No. 4A West (issued p. n. to r 10/- ... ... - - /'-3pj^ty DawnlSo.4B:"WeBfc-r» ... ?. -... "Day Dawn 3fo. 5 Wert ... Day Dawn Ifo. 6 Werfi .... ... Day Dawn Schoo Reserve p. a. ... Ditto ditto contributing... Day Dawn P. O. ... *.* <?rolden Gate ... ... ... ... Hidden Treasure and Mount lady. Maana Home Rule p. u. to 10/- ... Kelly' Caledonia ... ... ... JKeHy^s Queen Block ; lady Maria « .4. Ttfosman ... ... ... ... Mills Day Dawn United ... "... Millicaa Caledonia... New Iron Duke ... ... 1J«w Imperial North Queensland Pyrites eontributang... Ditto ditto p....

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General Mining News. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) BOWEN, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

' TEI, box oirs OWN CORM^POTNASSR ) SOWEV. A pril 17, A pareel of 1200 shares in the Welcome jet.. 33ie Victor tunnel has come upon a diorite bandj which is causing delay. The manager expects, however, togetthrough it by the end of the month. A new make of stone is coming in on the norUi side, and is l(K>king veiy promising More ore from the Flagstone lias just come ? in. A email quartz leader was struct in the eastern 800ft level in the Day Dawn Ko. 3 West mine which we trust will make Into a good reef. The Band of Hope lias a large paddock of ?good looking stone ready fo - the mill, "which : when crushedsliould givcthe shareholders a -dividend. | The Brilliant Gr.M. Co. has just cleaned up another,crashing of 1257 tone, for a yield of 1898oz of gold. A 2s dividend per 50,000th ? share hasbeen declared, and is payable at theoffice oftheseeretary to-day. , | - THE following are the latest Gympie! crushiqgs to hand:-Crown and -Phoenix, 320 tons, 283oz lOdwt 18grj Tiorth Glan mire,...

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

BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY ELECTBIC TELEGBAPH.) £FBOS OUB OWJT COBEE s PONDEKT.] TTWTRBTTJKL ANAGLG^ saless BriliSaSfcBlock p.u., 22B, 22S 3d. The following axe the latest; quotations: Jffo. 3 West Day Dawns, s Is lid * ^O. 4 West Day Dawns, 1) 4s lOd, 6 5s lf*l Golden Gafce, b 7s 4d, e 8s Queen Cross Beef, s 9s lOd Queen Consolidated, b 2s .Snnborsfc, b 13s, e lffs New Grace Darling, b 3d, s 9|d No. 7 305. Q.ueen, b 4s 6d, s 6s Sd mils United, b7s 4d Brilliant and St. G«orge United, b 10s Id, a 10s 7d Biilliant Block p.u., b 22s 3d, e 22s 9d Brilliant Block, con., b 16a Id, s 16s 3d No. 1 E. Sunburst, b 8|d

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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, 13th MARCH, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

IiOJfDOM STOCK EXCHANGE). LONDON, 33th MARCH, 1891. The following are the latest quotations for shares In Anglo-Australian Mining Com panies : Australian Consols, b ISs 6d, s 16s 6d Bonnie Dundee, b 4s, s 4e 6d British Broken Hill, b 2|, 8 2|d Coromandel, b Is, s Is Gd Cumberland Gold, b 1B 9d, s 2s 3d ' Day Pawn Block, b 7s 3d, s 7s 9d Day Dawn PA3., b lis, s 12S Baglehawk, b 2e, s 3S Etheridge United, b Is, s Is 6d Gympie Chi. Crown, b 3s 6 J, s 4s Gympie 6t Eastern, b 6s 6d, s 7s Ironclad (fy. pd.)b Is 3d, s Ie9i Kaboonga (9a pd } b lid, s 4|d K&ngarilla, b f , s § / Kapanga, b 2s 6d, s 3s IGdas, b3s6d,s 4s 6d Mosman, b 3s, s 3s 6d Mount IjeyBhon, b 6s, s 7s Mount Morgan Extended, b JLs 3d,s Is 91 Mt. Sfcamrock,b 6d,sl6 STewQ.ueen;l(19s6dpd.) b6s6d,s7s Port Philip (4s pdL), b 7§d, s 10|d t QaeenBlandSmdtang,b|,sf Scottish Australian, b 2, s 2^ Wcntwofth Propry, b 5-l6th s 7-16fch pm. The crushing returns for the Bockhamp fcon goldfield for the quarter «nding March 31stBho...

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The Labor Dispute. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) THE LATEST PARITUCLARS. AUGATHELLA, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

Hie Labor Dispute. .*> fjBr SUECTKIC TKI>E&KA_PH.] ij: (fHOM OPS OWN COBBEBPOKDEKT8.) . TOE I^EST PAda^CTl^ - A&GrATKEIfcL, Apttl22. ; About 50 unionists are in camp here. They are "Very quiet. A email number of tiie Soma infantry are here, and many people l^e "wbo bare nothing to do with amwyijam are strongly in favor of a conference on the basisofneither party binding other until fa ?Hie conference chamber, where it Is believed the men would be glad to /amp to tmy reasonableterms. : JBabcaubikb, April 22. There were nine carriers present at a mating called to consider the proposition «w voting money towards lite cost of defend- j Ing Hie unionist prisoners In the Supreme Court. There iqb evidently a large number in fa vor of contributing, and those who ob jected . deemed it prudent not to majra j speeches. A mover and seconder however' were found for an amendment "that the j funds of this union remain intact for union j purposes only," but it was very coldly ...

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WARDEN'S COURT. YESTERDAY. (Before Mr Warden Cusack.) G.F. HOMESTEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

WARDEN'S COURT. Yestekdax. (Before Mr Warden Cusack.) G.F. HOMESTEADS. 2068 W. H". Weeks, 4a 3r 38p, norfcli of Approved conditionally. 2067 A. H. Batten, 4a 3r 88p, norfcli of Cr-F.H., 2566. Approved conditionally. 2068 A. J. Weeks, 4a 3r 38p, north of .JPJtL, 2067- Approved conditionally - 2069 J. H. Harry, 5a, Mosman-street. Adjourned for a week. 2070 D. Thompson, 5a, south of G F.H., ^ Adjourned for a week. 1 J- H. Taylor,. 2r, Pentland. Ad-; ^S^rned for a week. 2072- A. Oairns, 2r, south of 2io. 6 Queen. Approved conditionally. 2073 Jas. Healy, 2r, north of Gr.F.H., 1094, Mount Leyshon. Adjourned for a ^074,C. T. Hess, 2r, Oliver-street. Ap proved conditionaily 2075 k- W. Gelling, 2r, Millchester Koad. Approved conditionally. UBASES. - 1335, S. Craven, 10 acres. Wi hdtawn. ' EXEMPTIONS. X Scrfven and Party (claim), one month. Granted. A ; ;Sp4..Queen Block Extended, I and 5 months partial, 7 men in lieu of 24 Oae MMmthgraated; 5 months recommended. A. Templeton v, H. Bligh, cla...

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DAY DAWN NO. 3 WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

J ' * BA5T DAWir iSr0. 3 WEST- " W. H. HBuuma*?, manager, reports under date 10th j|^^:28BI'e'%te''tiBotaw«0»ii»ve^ extended the No. 8 level feast a farther dis tance of 18ft for the fortnight, making the total distance from the shaft 25ft 6in. Hie stone In the etope east of the winze, and above the No, 8 level west, is about the same ae when last reported <od. The stone in the stope west of the winze above thfe level, will average 15in In thickness of heavy mineral stone. Doling the fortnight we have raised 22 tons of quartz. There are 07 tons of stone in the paddock. SEW QUEEN. The following fortnightly report was pub lished by the Directors in I/ondon on the 12th February : " No. 1 levels i North level During the past fortnight this lev# has been extended 12ft by contract; total, 290ft from the straight shaft; the formation or lode is veiy wide at present, being 19ft between the walls. We have cut a reef on the hanging wall 3ft in thickness, of poor quality. Stop ing h...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. VICTORIA EAST EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

MA> AGUES' REPORTS. TICTOBIA. BAST EXTEKDED. B. Trevarthen, manager, reports under date April lO : Since lost report the underlie shaft lias been Bank a further depth of 10ft, making a total distance from thjeeurfabe of 636ft. The ^otind continues very hard, and owing to the late tain Hie water has been vezy lieavy. j5L fresh contract of 50ft bemlefcto Coyne aud party, who will com mence sinking to-morrow. CAJjVDQtriA PjC, TRmUTE fiYSTDICATB. . Thomas P urcell, manager, reports wider date 15th April:-I begi^ on the ; work done for the past fortnight as follows 1 ;^SEourunk a ^Du^erdi^ance - of 9ft, making thetotaldepth 167ft from the surface. 1but

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The "Courier" and the Premier. (Courier, April 11.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 25 April 1891

{Courier, April 11.) Sift S W . GRIFFITH lias won golden opinions in Sydney as apractical politician as .well as a/ parliamentary draftsman, and most Queenslanders have felt proud of their Premier's per formances at the Convention. They have assumed tliat whatever credit might attach to Sir Henry Parkes for initiating the new federation movement, Sir S- W. Griffith has, by simple force of character and un questioned ability made himself the central figure of the most commanding assembly of Australian public men that the world h^s yet seen. But the old Book tells us that pride goeth before a fall; and most of Sir Samuel's Queensland admirers must feel them selves heavily thrown by the report of their idol's examination before the New South Wales Royal Commission on Strikes on Thursday last. The common exclamation is, " How un fortunate that Sii' Samuel could not let well alone, and allow his grati fied friends to revel a little longer in the belief that in the Legislature of Queensla...

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