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Managers' Reports. QUEEN CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Managers' Reports. QtrEEU CEKTHAX. Thoe. Brown, manager, raports under date, July 16th :—-The underlie has been eunk daring the past fortnight 16ft (Jin, malting total depth from straight 297ft; the walla are going very flat at present, with about 2ft of formation on the hanging-wall, and no stone in the face at present ; there as about 4in of rubbly stone on the south side of the shaft. We have to lift about 5 ft of the foot-wall to keep the proper grade for the skids. BAND OF HOPE. John Rutherford, manager, reports under ! date July 15:— inee taking charge on the | 11th inst. sinking underlie shaft, driving No 2 i south level, and stoping in Freehold have been | carried on. We have about U8in stone in upper side of the level, this level has been carried a little to far loo the right for the course of the reef. Should the directors deem it advisable, tenders can be called any time next week for putting this .on contract, it ie now in from the shaft 63ft.* and very fair driving grou...

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THE CREW SAVED. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE CREW SAVED. liONDOX, July 14. The crew of the torpedo catcher fiosale, hare been rescued.

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ETNA. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

£m&. London, July 14. Streams of lava are being ejected at Etna, and huge rocks are hurled im mense distances. The people . are seriously alarmed.

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MR SHERMAN. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

MB SHERMAN. Los»0|fjJa|y 15. Mr bherman has introduced a iiill repealingfcliat clause 111 fcheSihrer j^fc, providingformonthly purchases of bullion. The Bill proposes to operate in January.

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MOUNT VESUVIUS. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

MOUNT VESUVIUS. London, July 15. Mount Vesuvius is in a state of eruption. THE IDAHO TROUBLE. London, July 17; The Idaho strikers have dispensed voluntarily, but retaining their arms.

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BUSHRANGING IN AMERICA LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

BUSHBANGING IN AHlSlCA liOMDOX, J rely 1% A band of robbers stopped a at Adair (America), shooting police guard. They then burst the safe open by means of dynamite and stele £8000.

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MR. DIBBS. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

MEL DIBBS. London, July 14. Those interested waited on. Mr Dibbs to-day and asked that the If S.W. Government would inspect all shipments of butter for the purpose of securing equal and regular ship ments. They also requested him i to use his influence to effect a [ reduction in the freight of butter and | fruits. Mr Dibbs said he would attend to the question, though he refrained from making any promises.

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IDAHO MINERS' TROUBLE. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

IDAHO MISTERS' TROUBLE. London, July 14. The Idaho miners dynamited a rail way bridge to prevent the arrival of the troops, an<l seized the owners of the mines and adjutant of the troops as hostages. The bodies of 12 more free laborers have been found. The miners at Idaho are entrenched opposite the troops. They have killed and mutilated the manager of the mine, and imprisoned the re porters.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 88. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

VICTORIA. Melbourne, June 88. E. Elliott, the well-known bicyclist, died on Saturday, after a short attack of typhoid, aged 28 years. He secured several cham pionships during' the past few years, and gained a world's record for half-a-mile at Adelaide. With a view of ascertaining the exact ebarac er of men registering at the Govern ment labor bureau, 100 names were recently selected at rafidom and submitted to the police, who found that 97 of the men named were genuine workmen with families. wV The Agent-General has forwarded to the Premier a letter received from Sf. Heileger, of Verviers, requesting information respecting the establishment of an irrigation settlement in Victoria. He wishes to acquire 1000 acres in the Ghmbower district, at a reasonable price. The land must be irregalable, with a supply of water at hand, and be suitable for the growth of vines end fruit trees. He speaks of sending out 100 families, or a number of unmarried men, with sufficient means to insure the su...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

NEW SOUTH WALES sydxey, jalv 18. The Boyal Commission appointed to en quire into the charges made against the nail way Commissioners by Mr Schey MLJL.A. was re-opened inconsequence of Mr Alex ander Archibald Tennedt, whom Mr Sclity q oted as an authority for making the charges but who hitherto could not be found, having turned up and expressed his willingness to give evidence and call witnesses in support of statements he has made. The date of the further sitting has not been definitely fixed. A boy named Henrj Norman Bains , six * ears </ld, was knocked down and killed by a train at St Peters station while crossing the line on the road to school. The rouseabouts on Weilmoringle station, near Brewarrina, struck on Thursday last f*»r 30s per week. It is feared the strike may extend to other sheds.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. (BY TELEGRAPH.) FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. CAIRNS July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

LATE TELEGRAMS, (by telegraph .) "FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. Oatovr Till 17 1R Jatiee Hughes, poet and telegraph master at Biboohra, died suddenly yesterday. It is believed that he ruptured a blood-vessel in the head. His body was brought into C&iras to-^ay for interment. Deceased was well known in Eoekhampton, an 1 was greatly re-' ppectecL The wharf laborers have accepted a reduc tion from eighteen pence to fifteen pence per hour, and from two and sixpence to two shillings for overtime. I / Brisbane, July 18. i The big mortgage cases were resumed this morning before His Honor ths Chief Justice, and argument on the motion for judgment i ' commenced, There was a large attendance of the public, who evinced great interest in | the proceedings. Any hope which might 1 , have been entertained as to a decision | being given straight away was at once did- | pe led, as both Bide-* moved for a verdict j then. There a'e several side issues to be j decided, materially bearing upon the ver...

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The Imperial Elections. (BY CABLE.) LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

Tit medal Miss. » (by cable.) London, July 15 Joseph Arch (labor) has been elec ted lor the North-eastern division of Norfolk; Sir Chas. Dilke for the Forest of Dean division of Gloucester, and Digby, C., for tbe South-eastern division of Suffolk. The following were re-elected: - Stafford, Western division: Hamar Bass, L.U.; Nor thumberland, Wansbeck division : Chas. Fen wick, G.; Durham, Bishop Auckland division: Jas. Paul to", G. ; Suffolk, Stowmarket Division : Sydney Stem, Gr.; North ampton, Eastern division: Francis Channing, Gr.; Stafford, Kingswinford division: Alexander Pill, C:; York, West Riding, Holmforih division: H. Wilson,Gv; L<ncaster, Leigh division: Caleb Wright, Gr.; York, North Riding, Cleveland division : Hy. Pease, G.; Northumberland, Berwick upon-Tweed division: Sir Edward Grey, Gr.; Berks, Eastern division : Sir ^Greo. Russell, C.; South Kerry; Denis Kilbride, N.; York, West Rid-1 ing, Bark^ton Ash division: Colonel Gunter, C.; Essex, North-east div...

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

CAPE ROYAL, QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. MS. A. THORSBOBNE (late of Been leigh), has taken over the above well inowri Hotel. Famous for Aerated Waters. First-class Accommodation, and a lip-top Table. Best Brands of Liquors. Cleanliness and Civility can be relied upon. EDWIN BELLGROVE, tanntenfc, lining, and General (Jommissson Agent, Trustee in Insolvency. ^Ifoadesmen's Books Kept, Accounts Audited, Eents Collected. , JSowSmBET, Opposite Fire Brigade Office.

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The Broken Hill Strike. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ADELAIDE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

The Broken Well Strike. (by telegbaph.) Adbemdb, Julv 18. Messrs M. Burke and J., H. Sturetsi, who lisve been delegated by the miners of Broken TTill to visit Melbourne and Sydney, arrived ■Mb Adelaide this morning. Mr Burke in tends to go to Sydney, and will probably visit Illawarra and Newcastle. Mr £turetei goes to Melbourne, and will call at Ballarat and Creswick. It is their intention to lay -the miners' ease before the people in the colonies. Bbokek Hiii, July 18. Bishop Dunn was to-day waited upon by a representative of the Silver Age, bat at this juncture deemed it advisable to ray little re ferring to the meeting at Ade'aide, which .refused to .hear delegates from Broken HilL fie remarked he did not think it was at all creditable to Adelaide, and the better class of people there were thoroughly disgusted with the meeting, and the press had made some amends. The feet of the directors in Melbourne refusing to see a -deputation, in Bishop Dunn's opinion, -assisted in strengthe...

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TWO CIRCULARS. CHARTERS TOWERS GOLD FIELD. CARRINGTON GOLD MINE. alias NAGLE'S CALEDONIA, alias CALEDONIA P.C., alias CALEDONIA P.C. TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

CHARXE&S TOWERS GOLtt FIELD. CJABRINGTOirXJOLO MINK. aUas nagtik's calbdokia, alias Caledonia ■ P.O., alias cazibdokia r.C. tbibutb. A. pew vieeks' ^gofhepublic were Invited to purchase shapes in % proposed company intended. to be ^alled |be (Harrington Uold Mining Company, Limited, on the &itb of a mem jrandum or prospectus, the salient points of which were the following *tarements:— Xhe property is exceptionally well situ ated, being alongside the famous N«w Victoria Gold Mine, whose sensational crushings place it In the position of being the richest gold mine on the field . . . and when it is known that the New Vic toria rich reef has been worked by them Tight up to the Carrington boundary (see plan which shows the Victoria Jfo 4 east level entering the Oarington ground); where the fo>mer company have left a 2 ft reef of rich ore running, straight into the ground of the new mine, some idea of the prospective value of this property m*y{ be formed. Ae the Victori...

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

, - - .a.-- ••• - s, .-.V : • ;'v\ : .1%-: -I % %. ' "' - -V" .. .. ' |^,,;,.v.,.,;:^ , _ •': '"''' - t '-':± " ' - ■' •■ ■ - ; . • • -■ ■. -, :• - .-=?■ ■?'.%■■ '...'-w\-. " . I • : ;■*/ -TO M*h IF YOU SUPPER Depression ofSpirits, Pains in the Back, Irregular Action of the Heart, Spots before the Eyes, Awkwardness in company, no interest in daily occupation, OR Nervous Bebility9 Tired Feeling in the morning even after several hours' sleep, Involuntaiy Blushing, Loss of Memory, Dimness of Vision, Indigestion, FROM PROM Eruptions on the Face. Meek, or Shoulders, Loss of Energy, Loss of Power, any form of Skin or Blood Disease, Kidney or LiverDiseases, in short FROM Any form of Nervous, Chronic, or Special Disease, do not lose any time, hut at once write Jfco THE EMINENT NORTH QUAY A D Y I C Ep u - Oll-E ELECTRI€ itl^LT, price I'M. 3d., se.tfc (post free) to any address. WILL CURE Sluggisli Liver, Stomach Derangements, Constipation, Siek •v ■■■. ■■<-. Indigestion, Flatulenc...

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

J. N. FAMES. Simrebroker, FLINDERS STREET, TOWNSVILLE Tuesday, 2nd August AT THE MART, Q UE^k-STREET, BRISBANE. By Order of the Croy ion Homeward Bound' Gold Mining Company, Limited. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF THE Whole of their Valuable QUARTZ-CRUSHING MACHINERY. PLANT, WINDING PLANT, Etc., Etc. IN TWO LOTS. JAMES R. DICKS >N & COMPANY have been favored with instructions from the Croydon Home sard Bound Gold Mining Company, Limited, to eell by auc tion, at their Mart. Queen-street, Brisbane, ON TUESDAY, 2nd AUGUST, At II o'clock:— Lot I — VALUABLE WINDING PLANT, comprising 1 8-Horse Power Dempster and Moore's Engine, Iron Tracks, ! Water Trucks, Flexible Wine Rope, Tools, Tanks, Gear, Plant, Dray, Harness, etc.,^etc. I ot 2.—QUARTZ-CRUSHING MACHI NERY, PLANT, TOOLS & SUNDRIES ON MACHINE AREA, comprising I 20 Horee Power Robey's Portable Engine, 20 sfcamp Battery, with Tables, Pulleys, Belting, Pump«, Tramways, Plant, Tools, Sundries, etc., ete Approxhnate Inventori...

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Gold Mining in Queenland. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

, Gold mining in ^ueeo§land. The figures published elsewhere afford gratifying evidence of the cota tinued,prosperity of the gold mining industry in Queensland. Charters Towers, of course, is easily first, and Roekhampton with I00,000oz less tor the year is a good second. The mar vellous mount holds its own well, and shows no diminition in yield for the last quarter. Gyre pie exhibits a decided iniproveinenfc for the first six "months of the year, which we trust will be maintained. Croydon should have been a good third on the but While there are thousands of tons raised, and tens of thousands of tons of stone in sight, the uii-Is with one or two exceptions are lying idle for want of water, and the mines are working short handed or are under exemption It may be five months before rain falls there, and then it is quite likely it will descend with such violence that the mines will be flooded and work again interfered with. These extremes occur almost every season on Croydon, and no att...

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THE CARNEGIE STRIKE. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE CAEFifiGXE STRIKE. London, July 15. I j Martial law has been proclaimed at i Carnegie's works. J *

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THE UGANDA DISPUTE. LONDON, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Queensland Register — 20 July 1892

THE UGANDA DISPUTE. | London, July 15. ferreet ngtitmg has ceased in Uganda and the missionaries are safe.

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