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THE WOOL MARKET. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE WOOL MARKET. liOHDON. Julv 12, The wool market is firm, all ties eliciting good competition.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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THE CARNEGIE STRIKE. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE CARNEGIE STRIKE. I London. Julv 14. Carnegie, Phipps and Co. have de termined to resist the demands of the Unionists of Pittslmrg despite tbe latter's recent onslaught on the police.

Publication Title: North Queensland Register, The
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OBITUARY, LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

OBITUARY, I London, JuIf 12 Cyrus Field died y"sterday. £Cyrus 3?ie'd wag born >n 1819, and early engaged in mercantile pel-suits. " In 1854 he iies^n t> tufa his attention to the sub ject of ocean telegraphs, &od was instrumental, in procuring acharter frcn the legislature of Newfoundland to establish n helegraph from th;- continent- of America to that colony, and thence to Euro :e. For, the next thirteen years he derote 1 himself exclusively to the execution of this undertaking. He was aetirely engaged in the construction of the land line of telegraph in Newfoundland, and in two attempts to lay the sub marine cable between Cape Bay and C<pe Breton. He aeeom ani-d the espeditioiu of 1857 and 1858 fitted ouct-i lay the cable under the Atlantic between Ireland and Newfoundland. He took a prominent part in the expedition of 1865 and 18S6 ; the complete success in the lasf-n^nfcioned year being, in a great measure, due i is exertions, in the course of which he ...

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GENTLE BUT NOT SIMPLE. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

GENTLE BUT NOT SIMPLE. London. July 12. William Gentle lia^ boen arrested on an Adelaide warrant, for an offence under the Bankruptcy A.cfr. J Hie was remanded far a week.

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A TERRIBLE CALAMITY. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

A TER&IBLE CALAMITY. I liOsoON, JaiF 12. A flood and landslip at Saiot-Oer vaise, Switzerland, caused "the death of 150 people,

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

jilif <%irit ||Ua|<mts pfc fmpto, Offio^s P.O.S. Whisky Aitken's Ale Charente *** Brandy Alexandra Hum TngftVjft, *** Whisky P6iiik>tfc Brandy Piper's Claret A a E xvm VII K — . Iaa Motte C hampagncs Hei zet's Wines, bulk and cases South Queensland Wines Virginia To' aceo Co. Birch's Ginger Ale Jameson's Whisky Glen Dee Whisky Lowden's Dry Gin Johnson's Stout ~ Gillon's Lime Juice Colonial Bottled Ale and Stout Leslie's Whiskies, shipments arrfrr« ing by every mail steamer' ' And all other leading brands. T. R ES AND CO, Tea Importer, Coffee and Spice Merchant, Wholesale Grocer, Importer of English, American and Colonial Provisions, Coffee Roaster, Custom House, Commission and Forwarding Agent, Sole Manufacturer of Kangaroo Hunt Sauce and Kangaroo Hunt Baking Powder. COFFEE. COFFEE. COFFEE. E. C. respectfully draws the trade's attention to his Arabian Brand of Coffee in lib. round tins, nett weight. It is the best procurable, being *J»g Binest Plantation Cey...

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LIVELY TIMES IN IDAHO. LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

IiWEET TIMES IN IDAHO. NewshaE been received of astrike at the Cater Daiene mines at Idaho, United States. It was attempted to replace uniomstsby freelaborers, but the former evicted the latter, killing nine and destroying ike works mill gunpowder.

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

!*> SB? . .J .JJUlUk-l'.ij!- -'JjSU mss, STREET (Nearly Opposite Hospital), ; i ^fcwiag your attention to the Medicines specified below I may mention tha the Articles referred to are especially suitable to keep on hand in the Bush, on Stations and Camps, where the services of a rfrwntnr are snwifltimfis diffi^nH, as are for complaints of almost every-day occurrence in tltLs tropical climate. They are prepared from prescriptions given me by some of the Most Prominent I'iiysicians of the day, and may be depended upon to give good results in every case in w are Soothing Powders for Babies cutting their Teeth, are perfectly harmless, contain no Opium. never fail to Carminative Drops, for Oiildren suffering from Wind, Colic, Indigestion, &c. First dose will relieve the the taste; Children take them readily, said are soon free from Worm troubles. Tasteless Castor Oil. This is a great improvement on the cenainon OIL Ringworm Ointmentai^mys ^ures this annoying com TimniS' Rheumat...

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

ISte, {by totbkis]. I fiiBB my dommslied head ! I'm beat. I am a regular attendant at the races here, and. ^sometimes I ao fop forget myself as to lose £1 Vftt- iay collaborator «Hepmit&?' tips—bad luck to Mm. I hare now, hovrever, given notice, and next week I hope to be far from this. Where am I going to ? To a new Elysium—a bourne from which no traveller shouldreturn, so long as he can back cer tainties, aod where it Is a case of " Tell me fairy, tell me true." At a celebrated place called Burgilliwum bah they hold races, and run a newspaper. ®he nominations appeared on the day set for fihafc purpose, and on the following morning the sporting man stated straight out, " From a cursory glance at the nominations, I con sider the double is a dead bird for Tiger." Hooroo for Tiger, I know it's a good thing, and I'm off to-morrow to back him. * * # # * Thet have ladies' carriages set apart for the j exclusive use of the fair sex on most of the English railways now, but somehow ...

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WAITING FOR A RISE. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

MKArtlM EQfi l RISE. remains imtil ^Sep^ iatiae ito®Doie^]

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Local aid General lews. It ie rumored Major Ralston, Townsville, has handed in his resignation to the Com mandant. As Italian, well known as " Joe the Fisherman,9' was on Friday brought to the hospital, suffering from a broken thigh. The accident was caused by the bolting of a horse which he was driving. j A TEiiBCrEAii has been received from Bris bane which states that .the Peregrine only occupied 53 hours in travelling from Towns viile to Brisbane, including stoppages, and 23 hours from Keppel Bay, the fastest on record. In the will of Patrick Martin MacMahon, late of Millehester, near Charters Towers, amalagamator, deceased, probate was granted at Towusville on the 11 instant, to Elizabeth MacMahon, of Millehester, wido»r and sole executrix of deceased; amount, £543 12s. At the Police Court on Thursday, before Mr O. A. M. Morris, P.M., E. Forster, on remand, was charged with the larceny of a blue blanket, the. property of Mr P. Molloy. Accused, who said the blanket was given him ...

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MR. DIBBS. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

MB. DIBBS. London, July 12. Cables received attribute Mr Bibbs' Intention, to negotiatewith M, Carnot on the, basis of the; cession of New Caledonia fortbe New Hebrides. Mr Bibbs states hehas 4<3 suck intention, and merely hopes to bgtablish a basis _ forformal parleying between England and Prance for the cessation of the ex portation of reeidivistes. He has no thonght of proposing the exchangeof - tbe isiands. ;>■.

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Cable Intelligence. THE WOOL MARKET. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

The wool iiiarket is |irm3 arid there - is gootl competition for all glasses.

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THE WOOL MARKET. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE WOOL MARKET. JjQXDGN. JniT 12. .. * . The wool market still remains firm for all varieties.

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

to m m w * m < ADDRESS: * ALLEN," ^OWITSVILLE. H<»«l (Mee, T«wnt»ville; and at Gtiters Towei ts andRavenswood. 6 I 0 im m CO m z # ;f £1 ■# m **■ CO CO 8 all Colonial P^o&tiee, Ores, Ifec., for v. v>- ,;V^/ ' fmnsafctMfaamaal and A^eacy Business iaaUBran^es. or Fli^f«l European & American Cities. ■f js«' w. & Go., <3lote Express; €o.. Golden Lane, <& Cp., 20, Bxeli&nge Place, *Ml i:'.. --;.■ jS" ,vfe | $neensiand Smeltiii^ CqmpauyLtd. Lion Fire Insniani^ ^ . u ^^P09OOO. f German Go vernuient Smelting Works. WiUiam MeEwari^and Co? Edinburgh, Bulk and Bottled Ale. West End Breweiy —— ■; LueienFoucauld & Gold M^Jal Pai^S Exhibition. 1891) JuHenneet Pils, Cognac ^Brandy., bulk Lenion^ Hart andSons West India Bum Stirling Bonding Co's Gaelic ,W|ii£kev—Special Reserve and, James WatsonibCo. Dundee,, Glenlivet Whiskey. bulk and case J. Smith, Drace i Co„ " Old Tom/" Blood Wolfe & Cbus Liv...

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Mr. H. H. Barton. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

* J ' ►— " — — Mr. 3HC. T11*" Sa>rtozv> M|r H. H. .Farton, .the. President of- the Bavenswood jockey Club has. been clpsely Identified with that "body for the last 16 years, Always being an active and useful supporter of the turf, in which he takes much interest. Poth as starter and handicapper, he has al-o> on many other ccasions rendered the dub good service. In January 1889, Mr "Barton was elected a member of the of the Executive Committee of the 3ST.Q.R.A, to which he still belongs'. Mr Barton aleo occupies' several public positions in the town of his. adoption, being chairman of the Bayenswood Divi sional Bo rd. President of the Hospital and President of the Kifle Club.

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

- r w^ • •' -- - . :• •• " •;•: : • - • • .-.•-r .t=^: -.? >= \ v.-, ■ V ; • S . :: t*'* ••" •• - v- • .- . v ■ :: Townsville, and obtaintiie beet vahie for money in , AND HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION* Estimates given for a Single Article or for Completely Furnishing Cottage, Villa, or Mansion. COIJNTE? OBBIS E S RE C E I V B PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION* <3 ONLY OF WINES AND SPIRITS KEPT. FIRST CL AS S ACCOM M OD AT ION. BEST LOG8F! BOXES ON THF, TOWERS F tfaftiAiwg the Public for past favors wishes to inform, them that the ;Ax <goiNM mm Are now ia!iru& Swing. architects' own designs AX Southern Prices. ills, Curvili near Work. - get ifarmriimg in Eveiy line not to be tnnwwd. If you wantfhCfood j— Bed tgr B. Toff*. F ~ ^ * *. ■. - J' gliffiWi#*? iTdW HANBM KNIVES* &e. SILVERWARE ELECTE0.P£ATE Coffee and Tea Services, The A mm &em wt Tea Best Makers. ' - fob BDILDING AND FUENITUBE (NottobeSurpatisecI) SBOU NAILS to Bert D...

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

c8 I* OUR RECENT IMPROVEMENTS ENABLE US TO SHOW THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF RAPERY and CLOTHING I N NORT H QUEE N S LAND. ^ J bp - s The Markets of the World are continually being searched to provide Novelties for the C)iIiED0]\!I^]^ flddjSEL ■■ *11 ■ ■ —— ■ I ■ ■ ■! . ■ ■ - ■■■■— ■■■ ■ | Letter Orders faithfully executed. Patterns and Prices sent We buy for Cash, and sell at the Lowest Margin of Prcfit. oif;: r is t h e The Inland Parcels Post reduces the vost of transit to a low rate, therefore do your shopping by letter from l e d o n IAN * I - ' - . -

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PARLIAMENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

{Br XBCBSS&BH.) Bbibbake. July 12. Ik the Legislative Council to-day, the JQrctions Bill was received, from the Assembly, sad read a first time. The Sale of Bread Begniatioc Bill and Cotop&nies Winding-up Bill were read a aacon 1 time^ andthe ©enfiefe Sill jtaiseA Cnrou jh »"dinmittee, aii 1 the ad journed. Mr. Cowley, re lyitag to Mr. B^bfir said were 416,'l<)0acre8 of unalienated land, ^ould hp avilaMe for the exteonoii of the Itun^T and Ga. ndah railway under Land Grant swtem. Iffr JJninack i^formed Mr. Stevens that Mr, ifansfield was only temjporarily filling Bib positio-i ofllocomotive foreman at Tpuwinhj and that he had been in the service wacel885.. Mr. Unmack, replying to Mir. Isambart said that the old iron raita were sold to the Auckland foundry at 41s per ton, delivered a|b Woollongabba. Ifr Smith carried a motion for a return in an amended form to that previously agreed to of exports and imports from the various ports ofthecolony. The L nd Gran...

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