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

OBITUARY. IjONDOK Jnlv 1# liorn Dimnarleighdied yesterday.

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

- DISSOLVE©. Londok, July 13. . Sixteen German anti-Semitic stu dent clubs in ViennaliaVe been dis solved owing to jfckfir political attitude since Bisroarck's yisifc.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CARNEGIE STRIKE. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE CARNEGIE STRIKE. - Lolroos, laiy I L i'o-aav bUUil troops were despatched to Homestead Iron Works, Pennsyl vania, to restore ordr-r. L©?fDON,July 12. The strikers &t Carnegies' works intend to surrender peacefully to the troops wlien tliey arrive,

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ATTACKED BY MICROBES. LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

ATTACKED BY MICROBES. JLiOHDON, Jair 11. M. Pasteur, the famous baeteriolo : gist, lias beep atacked by cholera, and is now lying in a critical condition at Paris.

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The Deaeon Abeille Affair. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

^— The Deaeon AJbeiOe Affair. MB. DEACON. Mr Had Mrs Deacon were a pair of wealthy Americans who were doing the continent. MrsDeacon appears to have loved not wisely but too well a young Frenchman named Abeilie, aa attache to the French embassy in Italy. Mr Deacon discovered the intrigue, MRS. DEACON. and finding M!. Abeille in his wife's bedroom shot him-dead. He was tried in Italy and sentenced to 12 months1 improsonment. The people however, think the punishment unne cessarily severe. It is said Mre Deacon intends to enter a convent.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Soul for Music. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Mo Soul for Music. Mr Soanso—'Can't you play something besides plunkety-plunk ? Mjm Sobubo—" Oh, yes, I can play' There is a land that is fairer than day,' and * Tar m-ra-boom " Mr rJoanso—Keep on with plankety-plunk.

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A Smart Boy, [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

A Smart Boy, Little Dick—There goes Jonny Smart Boy on a safety. He's the brightest hoy in town. Father—How bo ? - * He got himself a rich father.' ' Hu-nph! I don't understand.* 4 Why, his zeal, father died ad9 then an orful rich man got 'quainted with, his mother, but he didn't like Johnny, so Johnny pre tended he was sick and goin* to die, -and then after the rich man married his mother- he got well.' Assistance Still Weeded. Distressed Female—Oh, please, sir, give me something all the same F Benevolent Gentleman—Why 4 all the same?' D. F. (weeping) Oh, sir, you don't recog nise me. I'm the blind man's wife B. Gr.—Yes, I remember you, but what's the matter ? D. F.—Oh, sir, we're in fresh trouble. My poor husband has recovered his sight.

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TESTIMONIAL TO MR. INNES. LATE INSPECTOR OF THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

■■I ■-! ? f ,-.yi • - • .• . T's' '■ - ,"1.*• :u- ."'.Ti* ;*f V" .. "yT. . 1 \ r ■;»-r «. ..-.-ri v"'?" 1 . -'<•>* -• ■- ~ .... .c*. •• . ■ ■ . ;)>.■ 1 T ESTIM O N I A L "= - & • - • • • '••• •• - ~~ - , , = - - ■/ ' ■ • I •>««»»» -ft" S-: . ; TO MR. INNES, LATE IN8PEGTOR OF THE UNTQN BANK OF AUSTRALIA. Above is re-prod aced a reduced fac simile of the testimonial lately presented, by the officers of the Union Bask, to Mr F. M Innis, who from failing health, after a con nection of 32 years—a whole life time—has just retired, subscribed to by every officer throughout Australia, Fiji, and Stv Zealand, and as the sum to be contributed by each "was limited to £1 Is for manager?, 10s for ac countants. and Ss for those on the lower grades, an idea maybe gained of the numeri cal strength of the staffs from the value of the gift which consisted of a silver and por celain dessert service, salver and spirit ketAle. in addition to a most tastefully illuminated addre...

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The Land Grant Railway Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

The Land Grant, Railway Bill is still occupying fcbe Assembly, and the worst enemy of the Government qan not assert that it is being hastily rushed thr nj?h- Of course, it is oi&y the principle that Is being affirmed, for ■ apart from themefesure each «|pa&te contract for the construction of a un<i mu-tlie on the tableol' "both Houses for li days, and then be affirmed By the Legislature As the terms of can tract will besubject to the scrutiny of erery member of the House, an 1 be published widely throughout the colony, the dangr of^ corruption will be reMeed to a raitiirtrum. It is alleged * that the profits of Land Gra «t Railway syndicates aw made by inducing Gorernm-nts, sub sequent to the entering into of the cm tract, to intend the conditions, but this is a contingency that is very unlikely to arise here, and if it does the syndicate wilt get the worst of it. Of course it is unpleas int to •evert to the land grant manner of buildim* railways after con...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Samuel Smith and Polynesian Labour. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

-Mr. Samuel Smith and Poly nesian ^Labour. -> Mr. J. T. Critchell of 31 Fleet-street, Xondon, E.C. lias written and compiled an interesting pamphet on the " re-intiodnction -of Polynesian Labour into Queensland, "-in which he combats the views of those who -style it **slavery." The chief alarmist in tluB respect is Mr. Sama-1 Smith, M.P. for Flintshire, who takes under his especial care old maids (>ho he saye must hare a vote), missionraries and the oppressed peoples of the earth. Our sketch shows this universal philantlirophist delivering ihe following philippic. " The Kanaka was quite unused ' to the steady grind of manual labour, such as he was subjected to on Queensland planta tions ; and the traffic was simply -the traffic of a slaughter-house. It produced a far more rapid distribution of human beings than even the sla»e trade in old days. hi. Hume N is bet, who had spent -some time in the South Seas, stated in a letter "to the Pall Mall Gazette that he had never eeen a S...

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

THE BOOST. BEFORE. AFTER. v _ Season to Doubt.—' Did you tell him you ^wouldn't hit him if he called you a liar ?3 * Yes-' * Well, did he then call you a liar ?' * No, he riaid he hadn't sufficient confi lenee in mjr word to do it.' Mr Kichfellow—' I am told that Mi e Fie gaa£on took all the prizes at VasBsa i ollege. What a wonderful memory she mast -have.' Miss TwoBeason—' ludeed she has. And it goes so farback,'

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[?]rt and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Sttit anft Uttirtor. IStfOugh by daylight—tbe eight-hour amm. Sleight of hand—refusing a marriage offer. place for undressed tia is (tie Eveiy desire is insatiable and therefore is filvajB in want. * cent in your pocket it worth two on your handkerchief. An oocplist is the man who can make people * open their eyes.' ' Have you ever heard a parrot swear ? No, but* I've seen a cro-cus. Tfae male voice a girl like* best to hear— the one with a * ring5 to it. *Tis strange tha we shonl« h*vefresh eggs as the result of a fowl habit. It iB'nt bee-use the toper is chagrined that he4 draws in his horns.' If any boat can shoot the rapids success fully we should think it would be the gun bbat There are some men who are so opposed to anarch that they will not even wear zed flannel. Tramp—* sorry I have to tear myself away.' The man who pays as he goes is seldom jostled out of the line. A. dead beat is a man who doesn't work himself but works everybody else No man is great enough to veto a mil l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) BRISBANE, July 18 [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

BRISBANE STOCK EXC3ANGE. (by telegraph.) Brisbane, July 18 To-day's Exchange quotations were:— Brilliant, e 25s; Brilliant and St. George United, contributing, b 10a lOd, s 12s; Clark's Brilliant, Worcester and Victory, b 4s 8d, s 5s 5d; No. 2 South-east Day Dawn, b Is, s Is 2d; Brilliant Emended, 6 Is 6d; No. 6 Queen, s 5s ; Mu'diva, paid up, b 4s 10i, 8 5s 3d; contributing, b 3s Id, s 3s 6dL

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CROYDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) CROYDON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

CBOYDON STOC& EXCHANGrE. (By Teiegbaph.) Croydon, July 18. Tee latest quotations are Gt ledonia, b 2s 6d; Golden Gate Block, b 3s 3d, 8 3s 6d; paid up, b 6s, 8 7s 101; Golden Gate No 1 North. Block, s Is 6d; paid up, s 4s; -Golden Crate No. 2 North, b Is 3d, s Is 8J; lauana Hill, s 4s; Iguana Amalgamated, b. Is 3d, s 2s; Lady Mary, s Is 3d; Ieabelle S and 3 South, b Is Id, s Is 3d; Golden Gate 3 and 4, b 1b 5ii, b Is 7d; paid up, b Is 6d ; True ' Blue, 8 10s. Sales—Golden Gate 3 and 4 500 at Is 6d, 500 at Is 7d; Golden Gate No. 5 North, 500 at 7d, 500 at 6i. 250 at6|d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NARROW ESCAPE. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

A NARB0W ESCAPE. I/ONDON, July 16. A party of aeronauts from Havre iu a balloon tried to cross the Channel. The balloon collapsed and fell into the sea, but its occupants were rescued by a sailing ship and landed at Pini sterre. OBIT0AB.T. Jjondon, July 16. Thomas Cooper, Chartist. [Thomas Cooper was bom at Leicester in 1805, and commenced life as a shoemaker, but hating found time daring his work to instruct himself in Xjatin, Greek, Hebrew, and French, he became a schoolmaster afc twenty-three. In 1811 he became leader o£ , the Leicester Chartists, and lectured in the Potteries during the riots In Aug., 1842, but, being found guilty on & Charge .of conspiracy and sedition, was sent to jail for two years. He spent his term of confinement in writing, producing an epic poem, " The Purgatory of Suicides, and several stories, during that time. He was editor'bf the Plain Speaker, _ a weekly radical journal, in l84$, and of Cooper's Journal in 1850. He was a pro- >, lific wrif...

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TRIED IN GREECE. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

TRIED IN GREECE. London, July 16. The experiment of destroying mice by the typhus bacillus has been suc cessful in Greece

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CHICAGO EXHIBITION. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

CHICAGO EXHIBITION. London, July 17. The Senate have quashed the decision of the Committee for the prohibition of the sale of intoxicatiDg liquors at the Chicago Exhibition.

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Mining News. (BY TELEGRAPH.) HER[?], July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Mining Hfews. {by teisgbaph.j hekbertov, July Splendid tin baa been struck in the Three Star tin mine. Tidings from the mines are most encourag ing all round. Cbovdok, July 13. ' The 6-olden Age summary for next Fr day gives the following figures :—June eruehinge, 1889 tons, 3650oz. Halt-year's crushing!?, 17,069 tons, 31,307oz, again r-t 19,848 (oris for 28,909az for the corresponding period of | last year. Tlie average per ton is 7dwt 5gr higher thfa year than la-t. During the lost" six months 19 new companies have been j formed, with a nominal capital of £250,000. According to the bank figures the; gold averaged £2 10s 9d per oz. Every ton of etone raised was worth an average of £4 14a. The bank returns are 1122oz in excess of the mill returns. During June 425 miners were employed. The sales on the Exchange since it etarted are 25,750 shares for £2247. The True Blue battery started for die firit time to-day, with ten head of stamps. CfiOSDOH, July 14. The Highland Mary 3A.and 4b ...

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THE METAL MARKET. (BY TELEGRAPH.) SYDNEY, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE METAL MARKET. (by telechbajph.) Stdset, July IS. The Sydney quotations for tin ore are 16s 6d per unit. [BY ca.BI.H 3 London, July 14. The London quotations for copper are : — Chili bars £44 20s per ton ; Australian tin, £955b per ton ; antimony, £46 10s per ton; silver, 3s Sfd per ounce.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A New Invention for Saving Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

A Kew Invention for Sawiiig Gold. % Durig the past 10 days, says the Mel bourne Age, Mr. C. M. Otto, Bond Mint Mel bourne, has placed before the mining: world a patent improved Combined electrical Separa tor and- Amalgamator for savng gold and other metals, 'ihe apparatus consists of a round cast iron di'ii with a cone shaped horn in the centre and three adjusting screws underneath. The horn is covered by two cone shaped quicksilver plated copper plates, and a funnel above with a sieve at the top. This funnel can be raised or lowered by three screws fixed in three pieces of indiarubber, that hold also together two brass rings in vwhicli carbons are fixed, the outer ring being larger than the inner one, with a spa- e be tween.. These two rings can be raised or lowered by three stands fastened in the dish. I The mercury bath in the jdish is of a round ring shape, and does not touch the two carbon rings above. The eleetric connection is made with three brass holders at the top of the i...

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