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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

SUMMjEE GOODS ! SUMMER GOODS! AT TflB CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S STORES. NOW SHOWING, A Splendid Assortment of Summer Drapery and Clothing, Well bought and carefully snorted, for the Hequirements of this Field. THE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY) beg to thank the Public for put favors, and trust, bpr strict attention to their wonts, to merit a con tinunnoeof their support. 11*. ' ~ ** The Present Stock Will be found replete with the latest Novelties iu LADIES' and CHILDEEN'S GOODS. MEN 'S.vYOUTES' "jd HOYS' CLOTHING, i HOSIERY, H ABERDASliS BY, &c. Wluch, in Quality, Style, and Price, will be found unprecedented on Cburteft Towers. The Boot & Shoe Department H«s been seplonished with aShipmentof GENTS' OOfcONIAL-MADE B30D9, AND 1ADIE6' & CHILDBENN BOOTS & SHOES, Of English wd Foreign Manufacture, Which will bo sold at Prices which defy! Competition!! | The Grocery Department ' Continues Well Btocked and Assorted ' &U the 1/inee required by a Cold-field's Po...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

WANTED Two Shearers toehearlTOOeheep ot Natal Downs. MB. J. C, NOLAN is requested to call At the Miner Office. Masonic Notice, AN Emergency Meeting of tbe raembera of the Charters 'Jowere Loiigo is hereby called foe WEDNESDAY EVENING, February ICtli, at 7°30 p.m., in the Lodge-room. Bv order of ttoiW.H. VfrtLMu DAVIE, Secretary. Millchester School of Arts APPLICATIONS for the offipo of RESIDENT CA&BTAESB are hereby invited, under covor, (stating weekly salary expeoled), until MONDAY ETBKIKG- NEXT, at 8 o'clock. Particulnrfl ot the autics required may be had on application to W. G. KELLY OUSAOK, Hen. Bee. PUGH'S Almanac. Law Calendar, ' Coast Guide, Directory and Gazetteer, 1876, COKTAIPB 418 Page* of Matter, and is an improvement an former Imte*. Price i 6CUthx G*. 6*.; Postage,%d. Brisbane: Thome & G-rcenwell. , BOpD BY T. Willmett, Townsrille, Wholesale Agent for Northern Queensland. A. Ehrlich, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JJSn FJ.LER, CODIIT HOUSE HOTEL, UlLLCHESrEB,...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS: "NrifBop" in pur next.

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Town Tittle-Tattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

Town Tittle-Tattle Br " WATCH UAN." When the busy World's asleep, When gloomy Night hath encompass'd fatr, | J'in OD my lonely watch. T Shaespearb asks, " What's in a name f " t would humbly answer, a good deal, especially in I the name of a Goldmiolog Company, for I con I eider it Las a good deal to do with the getting up ! or Buoh. It is a well-known fact that the publfo have a great veneration for a. long bombastic title, ana are generally 'prn'ud to inform tVoir friends, when aflked, that they belong to euoh and such a Company.; besides, it is so attractive iu print, and, therefore, sure to draw,people's attention to it. Such wa6 the case with myself on Saturday morning on opening tlie Wbrtwr* /Miner, for the first thing that caught my eye was ** The Towers Hill hong Tunnel Company Ro Liability" and I could not help admiring the namei and thinking how grand it would be to ovvn shares in such a magnificent company. In* deed, iu name is almost as long an the mountain which it prop...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, FEBURARY 16, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

WKDNBSDAY, PEBUtTAEV 16, 1876. THIS goldfiold is just entering on a transition stage, from tljo stow patient mining operations of a few associated ^shareholders with little capital to the bra pf company-forming, large capital and extended ejaculation. This stage is at tended with its own perilR, and it is the duty of tho whole community and it& organs the Press, to scrutinise closely the plaims pf all comjiaiucs sacking (lublio 6iipi«)vt. A. Cilsft stAp now will cause irreparable injury to the field, and once woakeppd pfi'ilic ponfideneo will not easily be restored. Cliartcin Towers Ucm at last forced itself on the notice of southern capitalists; the grand ro.su'ts obtained here are producing thoii natural effects, find it becomes our business men to set .oiit the advantages proseptetj by tills field for investment without meretricious ex /iggeration or adornment We have a jboundloM field for bona jido speculation } /let us then avoid making any raise movos ' in the opening ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

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Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELE GAPHIC AGENT. BRISBANE February 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

Telegraphic News. ; ^ORTIIERN MWER OFFICE. OUS BtUGBANB TELE GBAMIO AGENT. BILISBANE February 14, Oat i-graras stato Ibat tbc English Govern ment arc introduced a Bill for tko regulation of tbc Merchant Shipping ? Th( Queen lias given nor assent to the Bill paP8C( by the New South Wales Parliumcnt for Marri go with a Deceased Wife's Sister. The Adelaide Cricket ore boat the Victorians in one innings with seventy-three runs to 6parc. The steamor " Western " ie detained here oa accout; of numerous writs served oil lier. Par ament has been prorogued again to Morel '2\bu February IB. The cable steamships " Hibertiia and Edia burgh ' nearing the New Zealand Coasti on S&turd iy night the lino bad to be bvoyed in eonscc icuce of bad weather. Tlic eouthcru linos were interrupted last night/ A complimentary ball will be given on Thurs day to tho captain and officers of the " Tupca rora" the United States corvette.

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Extracting Gold From Pyrites [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

Extracting Gold From Pyrites Ik the year 1867 it was computed tliattbo_ general IOFB Id tbe treatment of gold quartr averaged from 20 to 42 per cunt, tbroogh tbe State of California, but tbe subsequent ? introduotin of improved plant for' tbe treatment of tailings is supposed to have redaoed tbe aotual loss, in some cases, as low as five per cent, on tin? fire assay, when no Bolpbnrets are present. Tbe Califor niana concentrate and roast their pyrites by tbe usual methods/and appear to look, with great favor upon tbe process of oblorioataon, as a n>ethod of extracting the fine gold therefrom. Tie coaitnisioners speak of its suecees with confidence, and, in my opinion, without enffioient mervation. There certainly are conditions under which the process can be used with great advan tage, but I believe they are exceptional. Those under wh'ich it appears to be not applioable-and which appear not to bave been notioed by the commisioners-are well known to metallurgists, and are as fol ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Machines. MARE LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

.rne Ulanhiniw I Hftwg LotHBAi Tons. . m«un. On. dwt, gr. S3 Pcabudypc.. 127 10 0 62 j Wellington^ No 1 SB 0 0 12S J Euinbow. No. 3 C35 0 q 15 - Lord Stanley *£900 361 Aberdeen * 48 0 0 3d Moonstone, No. 1 ... 60 0 0 28 Kniiibow No IS. (brn 6t) 20 0 0 40 , Svrcdcnborg 14 10 0 ! Forgel*me-Not and Telegraph going through. ON'E-AND-ALL. BuiuboF No 2, going tlirough. TEPftrs. Papuan p.c, and Queen No I going : tnrougb. SNTEBTHIBB. Queen No. 2 going through. DBFXAVCE. Uutig up ; pelting a general MJrubbing.

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Methods of Mining.—No. l. PER FAVOR OF " NORTHERN MINER." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

Methods of Mining-No. l. TEH FAVOB OP " JTOUTSSftK HIKER." Mticit has been snid, and b great deal written upon tho suplneness displayed in the method a? . quarts mining on this Held, and 1 now purpose , to draw ottcDliofl, in o scries of popjrs, to the modus operandi as "carried out in the largest - mining districts, ani trust that the example ehtwn and tba wonderful results achieved wi 11 tend to awaken tlio various claimholders from that lethargic state inio wjiich they hare apparently drifted. \Viiilst*quoting largely fcotn authentic statistics oomplled in California and Viotoria, I will also gire the results of wnat has oomo uudsr my ownpersoual observation during a continuous period ©fiipwardsof twieafcy»£ke years, and as they are not offered in & dictatorial spirit, but simply to point out the errors that exist on this field compared with other great mining centres, I hope tbey will be received in a friendly spirit, and that .some remedy will spring thorefroift. and th...

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Charters Towers Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

Charters Towers Committee' A- SPECIAL meeting of the Charters Towers Committee.was held on Monday liigbt at fiat* greaves' Hotel. Present - Messrs* Maloolir, Mill#. Ackers, Prince, Hargreaves, Stubley, O'Koqg, and Jamison. Tl>* Secretary stated that tho object of the meeting was to elect a permanent chairman in room ot Mr. Hubert, who b&u left, and to con*; sidcr-tho question of homestead areas* i On the motion of Mr. Ackers, seconded by Mr. Jamison, Mr. Malcolm took the chair pffl. icm. &lr. O'K&nto moved, and Mr. Ackors seconded, that Mr. Cowan be s member of the Committee. Carried. Mr. Cowan roturncd thanks. Tho minates' of the previous meeling were then read and confirmed. Tho secretary, Mr. Jamison, reported that, according to instructions from the Committee, he had wired to the Minister for Miiirb the day after the last meeting in reference to the elate of the lower part of the main atreot. and filBo asking him when the sale of ihe rrserved allotment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

"THE WEEK." A JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, FARMING, MINING, AND GENERAL IN FOB MATION, AND AMUSEMENT. Published at Brisbane every Saturday morn* fine in time for tho country mails. | Price Fourpenco ; subscription-Four Sliil- J lings per quarter, or Fifteen Shillings per1 annum, in advance. ."Tub WEEK," notwithstanding the briell Period it bos been in existence, has attained a degree of popularity, both in tho metropolis and throughout the country districts, beyond the imost Bang line expectat ions of its projectors, :thus indicating that thereby a public deiiderti ,tum has been supplied.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

H. J. W. BO WEEK attorncg.^SoHcitnr, proctor, ?otw fcegancer, &c.,' Can be oomulted daily at Hiahon'a Hotel, MILLOHE8TEB. T. fi. Carter. SOLICITOR Tierney'C Mining Exchaoge Hotel. Charters Towers. J.BCowan, iWORNEV1 akb SOMCtrpE, . COUBl8&oNatt-zffiina*«i»£?Ess; *o., " / ChABTEBS TOWEB8. H/C. PUEOELL. / M.D, & SURGEON, (Lioented under the Queensland Medical H»s BEIiOVSD frem the Club House Hotel (0 hi* new residence, uearlT opposite the Masonio Hall, Hiaerotroet, vrheic be ean be consulted daily, j. A. Bcharffenberg, Dr. toed., PbTSIOIAN, SURGEON, AM A.OCOUCHBUB Duly qualified al the Medloal Board. OHAETEEB towibb. ON WAR JANG, GEN ERAI.6T ORE KEEPER, CHABTERfl TOWEES. Manleod A Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom Hou» abd Forwarding Age Mi, TOWNSVILLK. I. ALAND, ««jeTI@S9ESft ft eeeSE8S3M3)S9 A&EBT ST BEST, Office: Tierriey'fl Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A U C T 1 O N E E B, General Commission Agent, MOBSMAN BTBEET. W . JAS...

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Commercial. W. A. ACKERS & Co. report as follow:— Friday, Feb, II. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

Commercial. W. Ai ACEBBB & Co. report as follow ;\ Friday, PeW II. F&ODUCE.-We hare quitted several parcels of .colonial produce at reasonable figureB for Bouthcra and Towns villa constituents, We ^note main 12s 6d to 15s Cd, bran 6s, flour £87» bottle and bulk ales move off slowly. 1 Houses.-Wc have noticed a slight inrocasc Sii the demand for good, staunch whim and whip horses; light-harness horses are not so much inquired oilers saddle hacks ure in good demand. We quote unbroken draught oolts,£I6 to £20; broken do, with trial, £20 to £5o; light harness, at lost quotation paddle jjackv-C&pAfo. ^ *n Hofrefcs akd IiATrp.--Our remarks in last re* port apply etill to this branch of our business j nothing new to report. MtKnro AVJ> Macqikeet.-We have to uotice «n improvement in «ome of our leading lines in their yields of gold, but no business of import ance has transpired since our last, with the ex ception of a rumor we havo had relative to float ing o new ...

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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS ON " THE WEEK." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

.OPINIONS OF THE PBKSS ON " THE WEEK." "Its content* are varied, entertaining, and instructive."-Qucenslandcr. " Is a paper well adapted to the wants of bush life.*'-Vatby Bcr&ld, " Is honestly worth the money. There ia bo * get up' about it; and jet it is well got up, nod will bear (he closest scrutiny."-tforthcrn Argus. We welcome The Week as an important .and valuable addition to the rapidly increasing list of Queensland newspapers."-Oyvipic Times. "Contains a large amount of interesting and .varWd reading matter, and is sold at the obeap ratotf fourpeace per copy. We should imagine *^jihe journal is likoly to be very successful ^-and an extensive circulation."- Wide baa ccoldod accession to oolo .»ia\ nte'tature.~-tea>yboroHgh Chronicle. " Well calculated la instruct and amuse the fatuity- circle."-Tnoiwtmia Chronicle. "Willi no doubt, rurv the Queensland#- very .clow,"-EvangcUeal Stmdard. 11 There is an attractiveness about It that will " commend it to any and ciW cl...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 February 1876

Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR SIR, — You are, no doubt, already aware of the fact that Cobb & Co.'s groom at the   Houghton, accompanied by a little boy of seven years of age, the son of a widow, if I am cor- rectly informed, in service at Mr. Holmes'   hotel, returned there alive, after having been lost in the bush for tweve days, but you may not be in possession of the following particulars:   It seems that the poor little fellow, although hungry and footsore [he was bare-footed], never murmured for several days, nor did he seem to be aware that they were lost, but at last he said to his companion, "Bob, do you know the way home?" The man, no doubt, feeling that it would be wrong to deceive him, replied, "No, my boy, I do not; we have lost ourselves in the bush," The little fellow then said, "If that is the case, I will pray to God to show us the way" and immediately kneeling down, did pray; this he repeated every morning and evening ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, I87C. THE Ministry will find itself, on the opening of the session, compelled to admit that it lias outrun the constable, und, unless it can make a way out of the diffi culty, its days are numbere.l. last year, nearly two millions wero spent in ordlna'y and loan expenditure, boing considerably in excess of the income. It follows that, if expenditure goes on increasing in. the same ratio without some means being adopted to increase the revenue, a collapse is inevitable. Retrenchment or increased taxation must be adopted. Looking at the steady increase to our population, the occupation of new country for settlement, nnd the opening-up of new goldfields, it be comes evident that no substantial diminu tion in expenditure can take place New roads must be made, new post -offices estab lished, new lines of telegraph laid down, and all other necessavy works required by the population spreading northwards and westwards. To diminish thin expenditure would be to arrest t...

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Drunkenness [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

SraakQimess is bid for metvUnt of service to hibd The espeoiri jirovince of DrnnkennesB is lo toarch'througliibe world for imperfeot nervous] eysten.s,! for ill balaooed brains, feeble wills, and- latent insanities, and to weed tliem dat. -'? Without Dropkenneie without ,the outing short of many lives byhor-{fie toiaap; herd would degenerate end toDjtavardiidiotoy. : While' < OdDtramption attends for the elimlnati;n ;oY p$e class of debilities, and wipes oilttbe families no longer fit for the struggle -Ion-existence, another class is with equal . fidelity plucked up by Drnnkeotoessj brtheit power of reproduc tion arrested.' , Whei^me&.nfho, hare pasted through inany years oflifowithbut yielding co toe temptotions of drink-7-wlthout even feel ing them to ;tt temptations-suddenly take to the hottte and drink themselves w»fl,tliey "do .not go b>ad beoante they drink, but they drink-' because'' they are going ,'CBildv ' The' popoltir idba hero trunsptaes Cauto tod ...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

Wining News. A few months having passed tint* my last visit to (he Grand Secret and Forgeb-Me-Not reefs, which lieabout three-quarters ofa mile west ward of the Alabama reef,. it seemed to me ' reasonable to expect there would hare been suffi cient improvement in mining matters to make a second and better report than the last, ond each -beyond mv expectations very considerably-I found to be the case. There were, at the time I reported last on these reefs, bar. three claims woncing-one, the prospector's claim on the Grand Secret, and two, the prospectors' and 1 8.W. claims-the latter but newly taken up at tiiat time-on the Forget* Me-Not. At this time of reporting there oro eight claims in all working-G»e on the latter and three on the former reef, la fire of the seven claims the miners, at once owners and workers, are men of old experience and tome stability, and, though unfortunate hitherto on thiB field, hava high hopes of anting on some thing good in their respective claims. So, ...

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Burdekiniana. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

So t auppoi^. tJblc !l4 ,tbe ,wet ^season; well, ! certainly tooted a . weter one; I hope you ; don't caU.jtbese th^ee yor four day* drilling: rain, backed *ip'by ft thunderstorm or two, ft wel season j but tlieo, y?u justly observe, that tbU ; is only thb,pororbei|cemen£ of it, so I shall re* serve my 'opinion fo the ending of it, u I will l>e in « (oaifion tlieii to give you my cature, de-1 tided, professional opinion as to whether we can voteittt Vet eeasonprnot. t , . . Hamilton'scrosting of tbe Burdekia hai lately assumed quite ft l>usinea» Appearance. Any one pawing by .ft month ago and, beholding the sickly ' stream that was lasily meandering its sinuous i course dowd Jtotbe many waters, and. the long ' stretch of heavy.' sand that elicited endearing i expletive*' from teamsters, and itiereased the expenditure' ifc wbfp-cord and eilk, would not now know'the great broad river that runt roar ing to the 'sea. Ton* can always tell when a fresb tributary 'mixes iU water* wit...

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