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Supreme Court. TOWNSVILLE. (Before His Honor Mr. Acting Justice Mansfield.) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Supreme Court. ? ^ TOWNSVILLE. (Before His Honor Mr. Acting Justice Mansfield.) WEDNESDAY, APRIX29. IN CH AMBERS. la te, William 1 ierney, insolvent, Mr. Milford applied for the order of the litk April to be yaried by fixing the date of first meeting of creditors for the 5tk May, usual advertisement to be inserted* In re Peter Morgan, insolvent, Mr Milford made a similar applicatien, which was granted! on the same terms. In the matter of Regina v. Mieliael Fraber, the Crown Solicitor applied for. tlie production of a witness (Catherine Parson.) at the trial, she being at present a confine© in Townsville &lt;xaol. Application granted, Charles Dver, of Townsville, lorrie-driver, was adj udicated insolvent, in-forma, pauper in, on "his own petition. First meeting of creditors, 12th. May.
Buggy Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Bu^y Accident A HOKSE attached to a buggy, belonging to Mr L. W. Mainland, was left standing afc tke St. Patrick by that gentleman's groom about five o'clock on Sunday afternoon, and as the animal was a spirited one and only recently broken in. he at once took advantage of his liberty and bolted. Before it had got very far the fore carriage of the convey ance became separated from the hinder part,, and the horse continued his career through the town, along Mary-street, turning into Mosman-street, and after narrowly escaping collision with" several vehicles, galloped away on the Black Jack Koad. He was ultimately captured near Mr Carrington's residence, having succeeded in smashing the fore part of the buggy into small fragments; and when brought back into town did not appear much the worse for his gallop.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
J) B. M M A If U E Ii -, SURGrEON DENTIST, TWENTY-SIX YEARS' EXPERIENCE, AS C ABE, MOSMAS-ST. W. G. sT JUKIoa> ARCHITECT. JED. H. TTOS, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman, STOCK, STATION, and General Commission Agent, ssjiaselireise vt GILL-St., CHARTERS TOWERS. A ll kinds of Auction Sales undertaken, and Account Sales promptly rendered. Agent for Lion Fire Iu§iiraiice Co. Atlas Fire Insurance Co.. Samuel Purchase, Somerset Siir sery, Parramatta. T. B. B E A R U P, SliareHirofeer & Mining Agent,. CHARTERS TOWERS. Cttg ©ental Institute. (ESTABLISHED 1885.) Mr. JT. WILRIXSOX, C.O.S., Eng., SURGICAL DENTIST, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, Gill Street, CHARTERS TOWERS. - TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. MR. W1LK15SON can be Consulted Daily. Complete Sets of Teeth, on Oold supplied- from ^15 15s.; on Vulcanite from £S 8s. Teeth filled with Grold Amal gam and Cement Stoppings. Teetli Carefully Extracted for^/O. K.B.-Regulation of Children's Teetli a Speciality. PLEASE Kote THE ADDEESS O...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
VICTORIA. MELBOUEXE, April 30. reform. The committee appointed to draw up a report on juvenile labor submitted its report, which was adopted. An additional resolution was passed dealing with social re form, Sunday work, and - foreign sailors* labor, and a long resolution was carried in .denial of a statement which Mr Champion made relative to the late maritime strike. THE engagement of Mr. J. Chamberlain who for several months has been superin tending the erection of improvements at the Gas Works, has now terminated, and we understand he leaves here shortly to visit all the Gas Works in the colony, and as a gas engineer is in a position to advise concerning l extensions and improvements to Companies I requiring them. He also takes with him J several commissions from the field for the supply of machinery, etc., and as will be seen | in another portion of this issue, is prepared to execute plane, etc., for additions to machinery and plant 'that may be wanted by mining, companies and o...
Cable Intelligence. THE NOVA SCOTIA FISHERIES DISPUTE. THE BUDGET SPEECH. DEATH OF COUNT VON MOLTKE. THE PORTUGUESE IN AFRICA. EXPLOSION IN ST.PETER'S CATHEDRAL. JACK THE RIPPER IN NEW YORK. EXPLOSION IN A MAGAZINE. THE STRIKE AT SCOTDALE A FAILURE. REDUCTION OF WHEAT DUTY PROPOSED. MADAME AUSTRALIAN VOCALIST. MADAME MELBA RECEIVES AN OFFER OF £30,000 FOR TWO SEASONS. MISCELLANEOUS. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Cable Intelllgrencc. -- THE NOVA SCOTIA FISH6BIE3 ' JHStfUTE. ' THE BUDGET SPEECH. BEATS OF COUNT VON MOLTKE. THE PORTUGUESE UT AFRICA. EXPLOSION OT ST. PETER'S CATHEDRAL. JACK 1HF KIPPER EST 5EW YORK. EXPLOSION IN A MAGAZINE. THE STRIKE AT SCOTDALE A FAILURE. DEDUCTION OF WHEAT DUTY PROPOSED" rlHE AUSTRALIAN VOCALIST. MADAME MELBA RECEIVES AN OFFER OF £30,000 FOR TWO SEASONS. MISCELLANEOUS. I/OKDOif, April 23. The Hon. J. GL Goschen, Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his budget speeeh last night-, from which it appeared that the ex ^ ^??^psnditare last year amounted to £87,750,000, and receipts to £1,879,000 above the estimate. The revenue for next year is estimated at £90,430,000, and the expendi ture at £88.404,000. The surplus is to be wholly applied to assisting education, school fees ceasing on 1st September, Lo>rDOX, April 24. The colonial warship Mildura has developed leaky valves, and her trial cruise has, there fore, been delayed. The wool market is brisk. Good gre...
Another Death Sentence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Another Death Sentence* (BY exectbic texegeaph.) (FfiOil DUB OWST COBBESPOKBENX.) Melboiiexe, April 29. Hie trial of Joseph. Cheeiiak, an Assyrian, charged with shooting with in teat to kill Abraham Phal *n, his partner, was concluded. The jury returned a verdict of guilty, and Mr. Justice A4 Beckett passed sentence of death. MB BEKJAMUT TOLI^, the contractor foe the new residence about to be erected for Hie accommodation of the Sub-Inspector of Police, made a start with tlie work on Fri day- The building will be situated on the Government Reserve, and will face Hodgkin son-street. On paper the house looks a nice and comfortable one, but as southern archifcists seldom have muchidta of MortJi ern climatic conditions, a few alterations will have to be made in tfic details.
NEW SOUTH WALES. WILCANNIA, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
I FEW SOUTH WALES. WniCAHKiA, April 30. The weather is fine and cool, and the river falling fast. Feed is springing slowly, and the rabbit plague is very bad. Eight hundred and eighty mixed cattle from Jjueknow, Queensland, crossed the river to-day for Echuca, Rogers, drover, in charge. 5700 wethers from Tiiiapacee have started, and passed Wanaring on the 15th inst. for Broken Hill; Kidman, owner; McCallum, drover, in charge; 1400 fat and store bul locks from Palparara, Queensland, passed Wanaring on Sunday last, bound for Mel bourne, via Wileannia; Malouey, drover j Hay Bros., owners.
Latest Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. (BY ELECTRIC TELGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) CAIRNS, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Latest Telegrams. + QUEENSLAND. (BY BIIECTREC TELK&EAPH.) (FROM OUE OWX COBEESPONDENTS.) CAIEKS, April 30. The Railway Commissioners arrived this morning, and have proceeded up the line. It is understood this present visit is only a flying one. A public meeting has been con vened by the Mayor for Mouday for the pur pose of urging the Government to get plans for the fourth secti-ra prepared. Many people here consider the action inopportune. Ohotdojt, April 30. John Crorkan, a publican, was charged this morning with having robbed one Cuff, a carrier, of £33. The evidence went to show that Crorkan and Cuff were having a friendly wrestle in Lawrence and Mooney's Hotel, North Croydon, when Mooney stated he saw Crorkan take the money and' almost im mediately leave the hotel. Crorkan was committed for trial at the next District Court. Bail allowed, himself in £60, and two sureties of £30 each. Arthur Batt, an old resident here, and a very popular young fellow, died this after 11001...
NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
NEW ZEALAND. Auckxakd, April 28. The exports for the past financial year are Talued at £9,799,000, showing an increase of nearly £93,352 as compared with the previous year's rates, and imports £6,294,000, or an increase of £33,413. Mr Cannon, Chief Marine Engineer, lias received an important appointment in Western Australia. The Government intend abolishing the practice of electing volunteer officers by companies, and will adopt General Edwards' recommendation, witli a view to securing thoroughly trained men for the police force. The Defence Minister lias decided that no man shall be taken into the force unless he has been three years in the Permanent Artillery.
Two More to be Hanged. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) MELBOURNE, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Two More to be Hanged. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUBOWK CORRESPONDENT ) MELBOURNE, April 29. A. prolonged meeting of tlie Executive - Council was held yesterday to consider the cases of James Johnston and John Wilson alias Frank Spearen, who were sentenced to death, the former for murdering his wife, and the Latter for criminal assault on a little girl six years of age. With regard to John ston, who murdered his children as well as his wife, and then attempted to com mit suicide by taking poison, a petition was received from forty-one Melbourne uxedical men for the appointment of a Medical Board to inquire into the menial condition of the prisoner. After full con sideration of the case, the conclusion arrived at was that there could be no doubt of the sanity of the prisoner while lie committed the murder, his action being attributable to fear of disgrace upon the exposure of serious forgeries he had committed. With regard to Wilson, who in 1875, was sentenced to 10 years' impri...
Arrival of Archbishop Dunne. GRAND RECEPTION. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Arrival off Archbishop Duuiie. GRRAKD RECEPTION. (Br ELECTBIC TELEGBAPH.) [FROM OCR OWLF COKBESPOKDENT.J BRISBANE, April 26. About 150 gentlemen, leading residents of Brisbaae, proceeded down to Moreton Bay on Saturday by the Government steamer Lucinda, to wclcome Archbishop Dunne on his arrival from Europe. On his arrival at the Bay, His Grace boarded the Lucinda, and was formally welcomed by the Eon. T. J. Byrne, Solicitor-General. On arrival at Brisbane the Archbishop landed at the Queen's wharf, where a large number o£ children were assembled. He then drove to St. Stephen's Cathedral, where a very large congregation had assembled, and where an address from the clergy of the diocese and laity of Brisbane and Toowoomba were presented to him. His Grace was much overcome by the enthusiasm of the welcome given him, and read a long reply which had been previously prepared, in which he gave an account of his sojourn in Europe, concluding by expressing his pleasure at returning to Queen...
Affairs at Rockhampton. ROCKHAMPTON, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
AffEafrs at Rockhani|Uo», BocKHAMPToy, April 28. I lie case against Jas. Martin for using seditious ' language at Barcaldine, was re sumed before the Supreme Court to-day. Defendant opened liis defence, and said he had been completely taken by surprise by being indicted for an offence committed on 21st Marcli, and in consequence was u liable" to call necessary witnesses. tfe then called Thos. Blactwell, late secretary of the; traborers' Union, and four others confined in ILockhatapton Gaol. They denied that Marti& used the language imputed to him, but the whole of their evidence was of a . negative character. They admitted, how ever, that they did not hear the whole of Martin's speech. The majority said they were not in as good a position to hear as the chief witnesses for the prosecution. The defendant's bearing was . more cour teous to-day than on Saturday. He then addressed the Jury on his own behalf - with considerable ability, fie said undue obstacles had been thrown in...
News from Roma. ROMA, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Hhfevrs from Romau Bom'A, April 27. Amby Downs and Waroonga cut out ; on Saturday, and except a few" stragglers, the free shearers, numbering 23, were brought in buggies and drays, and on saddle horses to the gate on the railway line six miles east of Amby Downs to avoid the union camp," passing through Soma this morning. Their destination is unknown. Inspector Lewis with a body of police, joined the train here. There was no demonstration whatever, as no ! intimation had been received of the move- I ments. Fanning and the other prisoners ar rived at Soma under sentence on Saturday night, aud were conveyed from the railway ' station to the gaol in a buggy. They were cheered by the unionists, and the cheers were ? acknowledged by Fanning, who stood up in the bufrgy. Jfo other demonstration took \ place. ]
News from Cunnamulla. CUNNAMULLA, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Xews fioiit Cuiiuamulla. CpxirA*nTiXA, April 28. j Tke strikers are still; quiet, but detack-; meats of men are being sent oat to organise camps, at Eulo and other places in. tke dis trict. , At Hangerford 50 strikers are camped on tke New South Wales side of the border. A camp containing 21 men lias been formed at Wooroorooka during tke last few days. A detachment of Toowoomba Mounted Infantry arrived last night from Ckarleville under commdnd of Captain King. Not withstanding the heavy, state of tjie roads, and the flood in the Warrego, they made the trip in three days, doing 50 miles the last day. The men and horses arrived quite fresh. The troops were accommodated in tke Court House. The unionists at Eulo called out six men from JBingam, and .three drovers' men, and in consequence cattle that had been mus tered for market afe Biugara were Let go. The bedroom of tke agent of the Shearers' Union here caught fire last week, and the bedding was consume J. It is reported that £53 of u...
The Strike in Brisbane. BRISBANE, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Viae Strike in Brisbane. BBISBANF, April 26. A man named Termyu lias been arrested by the police at Cliarleville on a charge of conspiracy with E. H. v- urpliy, now of Kockliampfcon, to procure and use dyna mite for the purpose of destroying property. Amongst the papers found on *'. urpliy when he was arrested was a compromising letter written by Jermyn referri g to a telegram which read in these words:-" Be sure and send me by guard train pounds worth same material; don't forget string." Roma reports that the Inspector of Police has returned from Amby Downs, where 22 unionists were camped under a leader named Patten. At Waroonga on Thursday, Mr MacFarlane decline to permit the unionists to interview the men working in his shed. On leaving they separated into parties of five, and spread themselves over a mile from tlie road. They fired the grass the whole length, and thousands of acres was then burnt, and the .fire was still burning when the police and military passed the men as the...
The Labor Dispute. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Affairs at Adavale. ADAVALE, April 24 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
BYEEEPISICTBUSGBJLPH*) (FBOX OUKOWNCOEBESPOKBENT.) ALLAIRS AT ADAVALE. ADAVAXE, April 2FT A flying column of mounted infantry, under Lieutenant ipeneer Browne, reached here to-day. The country is flooded for miles. On Tuesdav the troops had Tery heavy swimming all day, between Minnie ©owns and Listowei Downs. On Wednes day they had to swim nearly five miles on a etretch with occasional breaks, and had to camp knee deep in mud without food or fire. On Thursday tli°y were only able to travel two miles, owing to the great stretch of flood water. To-day they took to the ranges, thus avoiding much water, but they had heavy work on account of the horses bogging. On Monday and to-day the troops went 58 miles over flooded country. The water is now rapidly falling. Mr. Paul, a traveller who was for three days with the column, did much to keep up the spirits of the men. The pastoralists consider the journey re markable! They do not expect the troops frill reach here until Sunday next. Adav.AX...
Affairs at Clermont. CLERMONT, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891
Affairs at Clermont CiebmoSt, April 20. I The news of the acquittal of tlie seven alleged Clermont rioters was received yester day morning, and there*was intense jubila tion in local union circles. Timothy Biordon, one of those acquitted, was a pas senger by Alie ordinary mail train last even ing, and on his arrival was met and cheered by a small crowd of unionists, and was driven to the Queen's Hotel, on entering which he -was met by a body of police, and arrested on a charge of intimidation. His arrest caused a sensation .amongst the union ists. Telegrams were received about the. same time announcing the re-arrest of McCarthy and Matthews in Rockhampton, which caused some excitement. There Ls no change in the local camps. The Capella camp is not jet broken up. The feeling of tile'majority of the occupants of Sandy Creek camp seems as bitter as ever: - 'Cebrhoxt, April 27 At the Poliee Court , this morning, John White, on remand,was brought up charged with * unlawfully 'wounding Su...