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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY MAY 5. (From the Courier) GOLD-FIELDS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Mi* 6. (From the Oniric) GOLD-FIELDS BILL. He, MicDEriTT, in moving the second reading of thi« bill, said (lie matter of goM'BttJdg legitla. lion bad b««Q the objeot "of numerous effort* in that Houbp, but ho trusted tliat the present measure would not experience the fate of its predecessors. A considerable Amount of care had been taken in its preparation, and ha thought tliat an analysis of its contents would show that it would fulfil the objects of its introduclisn. Oar gold-fields had been governed since Septra* Hon-by the Act pasaett in New South Wale* in 1858, which contained a few simple provisions going no further than giving the miner a right to work, and .providing a sort of ilinyant tribu nal, in the person or n Gold Commissioner or justice of the peace, with the power of deciding disputes. The Act was defective in providing no proper measure® for the purpose of enabling the miner to ascertain his tenure, or adequate judieuil mathiaety by which his rig...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

Mn. CHAHLKK J. MARE is authorised t0 COLLECT for tlie Hobtuebs JliXEB. T. O'KANB. SAW!.-THE COOKTOWN HEBALD. at this Office. Dressmaking and Millinery. MHiI/OIIESTEIl. TLTISS STACK begs to inform llie LndioB J t! , of Btillcliestcr and Charters Towers, Oml. ehe is liow prepared to oxccuto uti orders iu ilio pbove department®. Agistment. fintTAIiTEB H. SBAW lio^e to inform the publio of Charier# Towers that hois prepared to tako in horsos for Agistment at jJorghero's Verde on and after MOKI)AY, 27th ApnJf Q-ooB Paddock. Horses delivered daily. {JJ^tges moderate. MICHAEL KELLY, (Latp pf SbmbarwOi Jt .& IP.) Wheelwright, Farrier, General Blacksmiths,'and Goacli builder. JIILI-OHESTEE. BEG8>o inform tlie pablio of Mjllcheatej and Charters Towers that ho has com menced bushiest adjoining tlio Kojitjieiin MINEU OFFICE, and opposite tUe Queen's Arms Uotcl. All orders promptly attended to, and esocuted 4l) jiys^orktnanlike mannor. By civility and ^ftrtatJftlten^ioa to business, l...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the C. B. Express.) BRISBANE, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the C, B, ExprttiA BEISBMS MAY SI. The Council baa rejected the P^ytteiit of Members Bill by a majority of ten. The Assembly liai paesed Estimates to defray the aurpltit revenue. Tne Supreme Court Bill petted Oommittoe. The rceidencc of tlie Northern Judge ii flte4 at Bo«e&. 1 May 22. The Assembly eat tilt 8 o'clock this morninz in Committee on Griffith's Non-vested Sohoo) Abolition Bill, which, after prolonged opposition parsed through Committee with the compromise * that the present-Denominational schools receive aid till June, 1860. T. SrtKBT, May 21. Hawthorne and Gloror hare been executed. Tho former confessed Laving oommitted lour murders. The Government aalc Parliament for epecial recognition of the aervieet of Sir Alfred Stephen*. May 22. The Assembly it considering the proposed arrangement for a aeoond cable to Singapore. Mkiaoubkc, Uk^ll. The^MtnHiry hare a strong majority. Several butchers hare been fiued £10 for selling flukey mutton. Euso...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

? SYDNEY. ; . i'i M«T 26. .TwotbauMnd volunteers Ue tocamped at Cappbelltowa. The. Governor. reviewed* them y«st$r4«jr.

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THE MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

V THE MACHINES. OiTiWD Aix -General Wyndham and North ?AuitraH&c going tnroagh. '? Venus.-6* tout Indrpendeime prospecting claim, 76or Sd<rt i 88 font Imperial, p.e., SSoi 18 dwt ( X84 tops surface, 80oi 8dwt; 45 tons Quetn, No. 1,16oi 4dwt. Buoburst, p.c., in re tort.' - St. Patrick, No. 2, going through. IqOtBk.-St bent lOcmt No. 1 east, Hoonitana, 24oi j 81 tool 10 art, Contest, p.c., 97otl5&Vft. 800 tons Alabama going through. NEVEB DESPAIR.-47 tons No. 1 H. Jost-in Time, 47oc 8dwt; 6 tons No. 2 QueerL, {gr*nite) Sor; IS tons Just-in-Time, (surfaoe) 6GC{-n? tons. Victoria (surface), loi; 20 tons Gladstone {sur face), Sac..

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MELBOURNE. May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

May 26. | The prosecution jigainrt Green for Ihe nitro I gtyoerme ex£loaibri; c^iuing ^bc dftithofEey l&otds,1 U phjceedlijg/ there Me £0p witneaeea to Wexatalned.1 '' 1 - The system tf Hoinlnatefl immigration Js 3>e ing lMgty adoptedtn fTe* Zcnlan<L

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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THE BEEFS. QUEEN, P.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

THE BEEFS. QOEEJT, P.O. I The ebfcft down 6U feet, expect to cut mo reci ih nuother 85 feet < blocking out faim tlie 60 foot lerel in the old shaft; (he reef averaging about 19 inches thick. About 100 toils of etoue oo groH* Ho. 1 8.W.-Oruehlrgr No. 2 8.W.-Sinking on underlay in tfO foot .haft-reef fiom 4 to 6 feet thick. The reef going towards the surface is froiu 7 to 8 feet mixture of granite ind uiindic-15$ torS oCjrhicli vm crushed last week, yielding loc to ttovfti % below this the inundio stone become* puter tfed proepeota form ® to 4ow to the ton. 5 torn, of thi0tooe jt&Mng reduced as a trial. jUxmt lO tons oh .W» bwing gStff^Crcely. I ]&o.,TjB.\¥Vi?8h&& dtiwo S&Teet^kpMb to cttl thahwfatWniefj^ytlflig thix^hh^rd blue 4 8.W55 m#T| "the i %^n#tf*A)Abhaok \ blookltf undnl^ Aboiiiw Amfffooe oD|fjl Perpendicular shaft doirn dftveet oo underifcy, reef areregiag 2 feet thiol About 60 tohs oF stone ongtass proipeotiog for Stez., &a...

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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

; LONDON.-" : The aewFtencfe Ministry-ie formed. Cissy, | -Minister Ibr l^Vicfc-T^afot.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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HAWK-EYE'S CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

HAWK-EYE'S CHANGE. 41 What Bliss to find an arrow .tent, Has hit the Mark for which 'twas meant; But unfledged archetft ne'er should try To aim at Uarks for them too high lw

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Notes and Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

. jfotre attiji -lEbents. Toappftar in otir next-" Fur rin," "Fro Bono Bublioo," and " A. Lover of Fair Flay." A full meeting of the Bwe Committee is re queitcd on'.Wednesday. It i* Baid that the change made in the Hurdle fitce smAls oT a .urinate. A serious riot has taken place at Shanghai) *nd the French and all other foreign settlements were attacked, exoept the English. The dii turhftnoe ^iioMh^sbeuiiythc) j#ettler« cat ting 'qiMigbf ^nm^ii<|."'8erenil of th« j-iitets Weri sb«»f t v . Mr. Commissioner Ramsay, we regret to re port, met with a rather serious accident on Monday whilst returning from the Broughton, Mr. Eatneay it~ appears was one of a pic-nic party to the Broughton on Monday. When re turning, his buggy whilBt going at a moderate pace gave way, the clips holding. the two parte together taring Mrnkfia. Ibo land part of the boggy was left standing in the «oad all right with too ladies and a baby, the rare part forged ahead and the horses relieved beta the ex...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

Iftininn Netos. TAEBB can be bat little doubt that our field is as yet in its infancy, as far as regards its mineral resources, the more the field has bees developed the more has its wealth become ap parent, andjeven the most sceptical mutt now admit that this field has every prospect of be coming one of the richest in the colonies; there is, however, one serious drawback-that is the want of capital on the field-as it is evident that without capital we shall be unable to work the deep ground in which our richest treasure* lie ; there is, however, but little doubt that be fore long capitalists wjll be attracted to this field, needing no talvgy from our f-e.i, it speaks for itself. Our reefs continue to turn out rich atone, abandoned and fresh ones are being taken up, and block claims pegged off on mort of the principal reefs, and more leases applied ft*, plainly showing that .those At present on tu& ground are fully impressed with the value uf the reefing* property in this di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

Mining Exchange Hotel, MUilcHESTEB, MJJS. MoREgAN begs to notify that she has taken the above hotel, niiij hopes by civility and strict attention to business to ynerit a share ol public support, brands tf }n?>Ar, Spirit* and Alet kept. ? the Worshipful the Justica of the i*qace. act- ' if*' /;. ^or *ke, district of fcfriirters i fOWCfs, in thg colony of Qnppndn.^H I I JAMES DUN STAN,. now residing on j P tbe Broughton Road, do bei-eby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the aext Monthly Licensing Meeting tpbe holder lor this district on the 9th day of June next ensuing, for a Publican's General License for the ?ale of fermented and spirituous liquors iA the house and appurtenances thereunto' belonging, fiitimtedon Broughtonroad. The house contmns2 sitting and 4 bed-rooms, exclusive of those re* quired by the family; and which I intend to keep as an iim or public-house, under the eijm of the « Picnic Hotel." I am not mw ned, ana not hpld a license before. Given under m...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, Friday Evening. BRISBANE. Tuesday, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

fFBOlt OUR BEIBB*iraajBL^_ ^sf NOBTHBBN MWllBOFPIOBrt. ' - rftiday Bvetvirig. BRISBANE; . . .3 . -*??. ? Xiuad V^May 26. - ' A splendid general holiday yesterday. There w.ae a latgs .attendance .at thej^cea. . .. The publisher of the Telegraph, newspaper, has been Bummoned to appear at the Bar of the Assembly for pnbliihtag a faiie and defaniatoiy report of Gordon.&andeman*« speech In the {legislative Counbii: ' - Bailey moves thst.a_-e»in qf £9000 he voted for the payment of the'atpeneet of members Archbishop Vaughaahv laid the foundation atone of a convent at Ipewoh.

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1874 AN article calculated to mislead many persons, and apparently written by one or more of the "foolish virgins" of the many   edited Northern Advocate, appeared in the issue of the 16th of that paper. It starts by saying that a new Election Bill had passed a second reading; and therefore, that the time for action had arrived for all who were qualified to put their names on the roll at once. The writer then adds that the time is short, and the qualification is six months residence. Then followed an advertisement in last Saturday's issue to roll up. Whoever wrote that article muddled up two separate things — the old Electoral Act of 1872, and the new Elec- tion Bill; which, having passed its second reading on the 7th, is now probably the law of the land. Three months ago, when it was a matter of doubt whether a new Electoral Bill would be passed this session, we ad- vised persons not on the roll to comply with the existing Act, and secure their right ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Original Correspondence. No communication will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "NORTHERN MINER." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

Original Correspondence. No communication will be inserted in this paper   unless accompanied by the name and address of   the writer, not necessarily for publication but   as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MORTHERN MINER."     SIR, — I have been a reader of the Northern Advocate, newspaper, from its first issue up to   that of last 8aturday's. During which time I   have entertained a very high opinion of its character, but I must acknowledge my surprise at their utter want of local subjects, when they allow "Hawk-eye's" trash to appear in the columns of that once respected journal. Such paragraphs are only calculated to lower that journal in the estimation of the respectable por- tion of the community. I will note a few o   " Hawk-eye's" words — He says that "Big Arthur and some other Son of a Gun, had a scruffing match on Monday." Such language could only be us...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

Every additional inch 1s 6d No advertisement will be booked under &s. Q> advertisements inserted eight consecutive   times; 10 per cent. discount will be allowed :   thirteen ditto, 25 per cent.   Births, Marriages, and Deaths, (which must in   all cases be well authenticated and paid for in advance,) 2s 6d each insertion. Address Cards, if not exceeding six lines, will be inserted at the uniform rate of 20s per quarter. The number of insertions required must be plainly written on each advertisement. Orders to withdraw or alter advertisements must be in writing. They cannot be attended to later than 3 p.m. on Thursday.   A. N. PRINCE & CO., Auctioneer and General Agent, COURT HOUSE HOTEL, MILLCHESTER     Account sales promptly rendered. W. J. TOLL,   Lemonade, Soda Water and   Cordial Manufacturer, Main Street CHARTERS TOWERS.  ...

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PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 May 1874

PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE, A MEETING of the Provincial Committee was held at Hishon's Hotel on Thursday evening at 6 o'clock. Present — Messrs. Hishon (in the chair), Palmer, Rutherford, Ross, Rankin, Foy, Long   and O'Kane. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Jamison's resigna- tion as Secretary, was accepted and Mr. 0'Kane was appointed in his place, telegrams were read from Mr. Macdevitt asking for suggestions for the Gold Bill, and from Mr. Macrossan ask- for for statistics on which to found a motion for increased representation for the district. The Committee decided that it was too late to offer any suggestions on the Gold Bill. Mr. Rankin said he was greatly surprised that Mr. Macrossan should have come to the Committee for information which he ought to have at his finger's ends, he should be as good a judge, even better than they were on the whole matter, he knew the population of the distrist, and that was the basis of represeNtion. He did n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 June 1874

OxTOmt ie LITS.-Dr. Bright's Phosphodyns. Multitudes of people ore hoppTeuly suffering from Debility, nervous »nd Liver complaints, Depm> sion of Spirits, Delusions, Unfit nen for Bunnoo or Study, Failure of Hearing. Sigltt-nnd Memory Iautrcude, Want of Power, ike., wbosoossei ad mit of a permanent oure hy the new remedy PHOSPHODTHA, (Oxonlo Oxygen), which at. on oe allays all irritation and exmtemenV impala, . new energy and life to the enfeebled eoriitiUtlVbc,. ' and rapidly cures every stage of these hitherto, tooureWoerj4 durrtss«ng miladies. Belo, ky aH ehemVitsand storekeepers throughout tneeofoniee from whom pamphlets* containing. testimonials, may beobtsined.-{AsVi^

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ROCHFORD. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] June 23, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 June 1874

BOOHFOED. TroOK A COBBE8PONTJKNT.1 June SS. 1874. Thc following are the owlungs tor tb« wreak :-? 86 tona, Bobtnaon Omaoe, p.e., 77o». Mdwte. - 871 tom, Hedleigh Cattle, (Amalgamated) eurfaoe, 7oa. 67 toni. No. 1 South Captain, SSoi. Adara. SS toni, No. 1 North Captain, 19oz lOdarta. Bobinton Crusoe, p.e. aurfaee in retort, and Tiittle Wonder, and ktilU' aurfaee going through.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAVENSWOOD. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] June 15th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 June 1874

! BA VENSWOOD. I June Mta, 1874. IIB, HjJfSBK1«", case respecting his extended allnvinl claim, esme betöre thé notice of oar OammieaioBer but Friday. The assessors chosen ' were Messrs. McKeeron «nd Bateman. It ap peared from Hr, Hansen's statement that Mosers. Plant and Jackeon were encroaching upon ground which he hid pegged oft aa aa alluvial claim, in ground granted to Messrs. Plantand Jackson for the purpose of catching tailings, by the late Commissioner for Ravenswood-Mr. Hacket. Kow, it was quite evident that it was the tailings Mr. Hansen wanted, aad not the allurial in the creek ; our Oommissloaer also -taking this view of the casa. Hr. Hansen tried to make nut that as the tailings belonged to no one tn particular, he had ls good aright to them as the proprietors of the Vulcan,'but Mr. Plant in bit evidence soon put this idea on one aide by (tating that out of iQ.OOOoas. of gold turned ont from the Volcan, 18,000 bad been derived from claims In whick he and hia partner wera...

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