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THE MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

THE MACHINES. O.Vft AND Aw,.-Queenslander in retort. TTit or-Miss No. 2, p.o. Mary und Nu 2 Queens lander goiig through. NEVEE DESPAIB.-Si tom No. 2 Wyndham surface, 28 oe 6 dn/ts ; 74 tana No. 2 Moon stone, &2 oz 14 dwta; 23 tons No.'tl, Queen, 28 oz 6 dirts. Queen p.e. and Forgot-mo-Xot going through. MATIT LOUIS*.- -202 lons p.c. Stockholm,. 124 OBJ 89 lons Groat, Briliaii, 43 oz ¡ 80 tons No. 1 Wellington, 203 oz ; Day Dawn in retort. Moonstone No. 1 block going through.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?]ining News [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

IBtníng Nrtoa. 8fcVRD.iT, new rsefa have been recently diacorcred chiefly on the Teven «¡de, disproving tho nation prevalent that this ground had been fossicked over and thorough!; teated. We have the opinion of» well known geologist that thia field is os m - poa ed of a perfect network of reefs, and that the germ of a very largo end permanont field ia here iwhioh oulj requires time a id capital to.fully do-, velop.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. (From the Clereland Bay Express.) THE ETRE[?] Georgero[?], Sept. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

Tekffi-apMc New». ; (from (hü adelind Bay Etpr*tl.\ XilE EinmiiDOK Geurgctotin/Sppt. 8. ? Marlin's nuil-hiño stark d to work again on tho 21ih August. . ... ' A,triiil rrtifhlng oflbree tons from anew wt upan llio Gilbe« Hirer gire flrioaa/QUlbca por (ott. ? . ' Sixtron tans from the Britannia rrof. santo dislriel, rcicnty-threc ounces: Fifivscvcn 'on« fr ,in tho Queenslander at Cimrleptown gtive a rrtitrn 2l4<iurKT¿.,, One huudr.'.l mid twenty tons from tba NU Dt'iiBrnndiiiri 206 ounces. Wogcg, £1 p.'r week. Only two nmi'liiiH'B winking daj*»liifU. Raddle horses tonftr-, onj gdll readily, al £16 to Í20. ?. ; ? ' liBHSnANE. A blackfellow hoi criminally neaaultéd a school girl nt Tingalpa, ... _ ~ . BrnKi T, Soptifriber 8, Tlic R M.5. Jeddah caught Sra iii tho fan complmtuients. She wot scuttled, ^id «tuca floated. A lady lina been blown iiito thebes. A man named Oognil lins boon drowned | body ..iot recovered.

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THE BEEFS. MARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

TUB BEEFS. No. S Blook.-Henderson and Kirk, aro (ink ing to catch tito Mary and when at a depth of 80 feet, the prêtent reef wm cut, whirli ¿rove» to be a different reef, -(mott -probably the Flori). ' The reef, it small, averaging about G inches, but the stone lt very rich, tnatt of which promîtes to yield at much at 1 pound per lon. Tho ground fl easily worked, I lure are a few tons of olean quarti in the paddock.r We »hall ero long give a fuller account of these tvorfcingt No. 8 Block, Mortimer and porty.-Sinking down about 60 feet, expect to catch the reef at a depth of 76 feet from%nrfuee. This claim (originally No. 1 Flora), wat abandoned during the exodus to the Palmer, some good cruthiugi hare beoo obtained from luis lina of reef, ranging M high at 8 ot. per lon. The parties now en gaged arc ihetnselrct men of Pointer experience, and ora determined on giving the ground a fuir trial. To judye from the neighbouring reefa they viii in all probability be successful. Messrs. O'Ne...

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THE PUZZLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

I Tire rczzLEii. ! is eil ant i-tl uh mt, fix inil.'i from Mill- j cheater ci tim J-I rouvin OM Ito ul, nid whnh ve.it i recently jtimp?<i, was divided in favour of flu» 1 j mn j lpn* who havn re-eliristeiii'd, it id now IMIIHJ (ho " Wandering Digger." Then' nra now throe in i'll ut work who have yat completed a i-rushing of 44 U)\\t uf eionc which yielded 4S oz. ILdwU Thu ri y ure, working at a depth of 25 feet. The reef is from 2 to 3 fciît'thiuk, tho stono is sn easily ob tai nod a$ to keep tho tenuiB coiistunlly employed, a larger cru Bili ag is cipected to fake place iu ubout a fortnight. The etono now raised prospects better than that just crushed

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

NOTICE. William A. Ackers & Co., Auctioneers, Commission Agents ", und Sharebrokers, Sfo. OFFICE & TABDS ADJOINING BUCHANAN'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL, MILLO HBSXEB. K JB. AU commissions entrusted to the above will reserve immediate atttention. AcoounjE^aies'^iiuptly rendered. We will koli Sales of UofcsEs, STOCK, Seo., at. Woodbourne't " Beefers' Arms" Hotel, Charter-Towers, EVEEV SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock sharp. . . 9*t Entries st the office adjoining. Notice. ALLEN BROS., OP SIDXEV AND TOWHSVÍLIE..* Wholesale fy Produce Salesmen, MILTCBESTER. HAVE opened business at the old."SOV EREIGN HOTEL. Millchester, with a large supply of CORN & BRAN always on hand. BUTTER, BRAN, CHEESE, POTATOES. " ONIONS. |0- AUoräeritßellvereäfree. We have authorised Mr, G. C. EDGLEY, to .ot for us, and intend to supply customers at cheap rate, having our own teams on thc roa d. ALLEN BROS. Millchester, July 18th, 187«. Millinery and Dressmaking Establishment. MILLCHESTER. (Nert t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

Wit Ntirtfjem fainer t A WEEKLY PAPER, Hpocially devoted to tho interests of the Miners of .Northern Queensland, Il PCBLIfiRKD IN JtriMirE8TES STOBTMttTUMT. MOEHIKO. ? TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. |P«r Quarter, fia. i per Annum, «ne guiñen tn all eatetfta/abU ia advance. ABVERTJSEMENTS. BOAM or OIUBQES. Firat eight lines (one inoh) . Si Every addition») inch (or frac tion of en trifli) ...". 1« «<i No edvertisenient will bo booked under Si. On, advertisements inaerted eight eoiweotiiiee time«, 10 per cent, discount will bs allowed i thirteen ditto, 25 per cent. BWhs, Marriage*, and Deaths, (which muitin all case» ho well authenticated and paid Cur in advance,) £a 6d each iniertion. Address Gards, if not exceeding eic hntt, will be inserted at the uniform rate of BO» per quarter. the number of. insertions required mud be plainly written on eaoh advertisement. Olden to;withdraw or alter advertisement* mut bein writing.' Tiley cannot be attended to later titan S p.m. on Thursday. ...

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SYDNEY. September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

SYDNEY. The Government rail tray to the border. The Derby has been intend extending thc won by KînÇBboroogh.

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT. NORTHERN MINER OFFECE. Friday Evening. BRISBANE. Tuesday, 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

Otlcflrapljic Netos. [FBOII OÜE BRISBANE TELEOBAFHIO AGENT. I NOETUEEN MINED OFFICE. i ? Friday .Evening. BRISBANE. Tuesday, B. Tho Marquis of Ripon has joined the Roman Catholic Church, having first resigned the Grand Mastership of the Freemasons. Tue Austrian Polar expedition has arrived in Noway, after having been absent two years, they were com l olled to abandon their vessel which was ice-bound, And .travelled, in sledges from beyond the eightieth drgres of lo.tr tonc. The Spanish Ministry is reconstructed. The Carliste at Gotuana (7) fired on a Ger man gunboat, which replied, firing twenty-four shell» into the to vn. SeriouB disturbances have occurred in the de partment thc Mcoso. France, one person WEB killed and twenty wounded.

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Mr. Macrossan's Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

Mr. Macrossan's Meetings.   On Saturday afternoon Mr. Macrossan addressed the electrs in front of Woolbourns's Hotel,       Charters Towers. There were about 200 persons present. As his speech on that occasion is con-     tained in his address delivrered on Tuesday night     at Long's "Wandering Digger" Hotel, we do not think it necessary to report it. Mr. Hubert took the chair at the meeting on Saturday. On Tuesday evening Mr. W. A. Ross took to the chair, and said that he hoped they would give Mr. Macrossan a fair and impartial hearing, and after hearing him he felt confident they would be   satisfied with the way in which he had conducted their business in Parliament. Mr. MACROSSAN said when he had the honour of last addressing them, he appeared before them as a candidate for the Assembly, and he had then     made certain pledges. He was t...

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Notes and Ebents. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

Notes and Events. We are obliged to hold over an article on the extraordinary contradictions between Mr. Macrossan's statements on Tuesday night regarding the "tampered document" and several paragraphs on local matters. A branch of the Joint stock bank opens to-day   at the Towers under the charge of Mr. Zillman. All the local banks are represented now at the Towers. Yesterday in the Police Court verdicts were given to John Percival and John Jamison for £18 each, wages due to them by William and   James Foster, respectively. Defendants pleaded indebted and got a week to pay the money. Mr. Buckland assayed this a week a small sample   of quartz — about 7ozs. — from the "Last Chance". It contained 99 ozs. 20 grs. of gold to the ton. The assay button weighs 13.892 grs, The gold is of a superior quality. The specimen is from a vein at a depth of 85 feet, which is making as it goes down, and if it proves equal to the specimen, the " Last Chance" wil...

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Complimentary Dinner to Mr. Macalister. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

Complimentary Dinner to Mr.   Macalister.     A Complimentary dinner was given on Satur- day evening, to the Hon. A. Macalister, at Hardgreaves' Hotel, Charters Towers. About fifty persons sat down to dinner, which, was laid in a large marquee adjoining the hotel, tastfully decorated for the occasion. Notwith- standing the shortness of the notice, host Hard- greaves proved equal to the call, and the spread was of a superior kind, and the attendance ex- cellent. A band was in attendance, and con- tributed materially to the enjoyment of the evening. Mr. H. W. Palmer occupied the chair having on his right the guest of the evening   and Mr. Gill, and on his left Mr. Macrossan M.L.A. and Mr. G. E. Clarke. Mr. H. Hebert occupied the Vice-chair. After the usual toasts of the "Queen," the Prince of Wales, and the   rest of the Royal Family had been given and   duly honored. The CHAIRMAN in rising to propose the Gu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

B BWHAHAH & C0.» JErated Water and Cordial Manufacturers. EG to ioform the Hotelkerpere of Charters Towers and the surrouuding District that tbey are prepared to supply every requisite in the trade-delivered to All parti of the Field FREE of charge. !Madc by liorte-nowor from one of Haywari Taylor'# best Sudu Water Mncliinof. GINGER liEEli. CORDIALS-of every doscrinuon. GltfGER-WINE LEMON-SYliUP, I'Elil'ELiMINT CLOVES LIME JUICF CORDIAL RASPHERRY STOUGHTON BITTMRS CRINGE do. QUININE STILL CHAMPAGNE. &C. ? Giureli of England. jQIVI-NE Sorvico will (D.V.) bo bold ot ST. PH 1 hh IP'S 0 II 0 ECU, Millehcster, and THE MASONIC TXALL, Charters Towors, . Twice orcrf Sunday, until furlfre'r nolieo Morning Servicc 11a.m. Evening Service ... 7*80p.m. Ibc Commillc) ' W, A. ACKERS, Honorary Secretary. Presbyterian. Churcli. ?jlHE Rev. James Corson will (D,V) conduct X Hivine Service on (o-morroir (Sabbath 27tli)' lu MUIcbcstcr Court House, (it U o'clock a.m. ?? >n the row room...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

t ALAND, AUOTIOMSA * &62S5T xmt 8TB£ST» CHARTERS TO WEBS. LAVERY & LATHAM, HORU&HOERS AND:qenoehal > BLACKSMITHS. Jaidine-Street, ItoWHESTEB. 5. J. W. BOWKER, Stttonwa, Solictor, proctor, ffion. f HiahoH'a Hotel, STBE. J. A- Soharffenberg, Dr.med., PkTBIOUH, BOEOKQN, AMP AOCODCHina , Poly qualified the Medieal Board. 4JBABTEBS TOWBBB. «OJuurt©rt Towers Timber Yard STBIET. iKmt doorto'Dr. 8ohar£fcnberg, Charter# Towen. jBirn.nm tTNDERTAKING, A3S1> JOBBING Wont kt the ehorteit rmtioe. H. Btgj Agent. T. S. Carter, SOLICITOR Tfleratj't Khiing Bnhange Hotel. Charter. Tower*. Maoleod t3&., UENEB&L STOREKEEPERS, Otttom ®5Um and Forwerding Agehta, aOWNSVILLE. ( Eraser's Timber Yard, jtmlimm txV (HUKUS TOWIM. j AT.KY FEABKB. Victoria Bakery* '(Adjoining A. Fraaer'e Bmber Yard, mluibesteb). VHABIiG SEHEHARDT, ^ PBOPBIBTOE. 11.6. -.A £t#ck*rf Corn fe Bran Always ?n hand ON WAR JANG. 'STOREKEEPER WINE AND PP1E1X MEEOHANr. His omswp an NEW STORE ?JL'...

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Telgraphic News [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT NORTHERN MINER OFFICE Friday Evening. BRISBANE. June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

Telgraphic News OUR Smsb&ne teleoeaphiq aoekt NOB.TITEB.tf UrXSB OFFICE, Friday Evening. BRISBANE. June 24. lHie ABsembly have passod the estimates ill the Treasurer's department. I In consequence of Maca inter's absence, the Opposition refused to . proceed with' the debate on the Education Bill. Hem 311 aut announced it as a Government mea sure. The Council have passed the second reading of the Deceased Wife's Sister Bill. Juno 26. The Assembly, last night, voted a turn of one thousand pounds (£1000) to the discoverers of the Charters Towers gold field. Macrossan asked only £500, but on the motion of M'llwraitli the sum was doubled. The Assembly also affirmed the desira bility of forming the nucleus of a Free Library in Brisbane, and on the motion of Stewart, a sum of £600 was voted for that object, The Government made Palmer's resolu tion, in reference to the Sub-agent fur Emigration, Wheeler, a piu-ly question, and obtained a majority of seven over the Opposition, the div...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JUNE 26,1875, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

8ATPEPAY, JPgS 86. '676, Tbb Queensland limit,- of the 6th June' ha& a turgid and' high-flowered article on' tlW " Liberty or the (Subject," and', though it declares that " no' opinion is pro nounced" on die cnSe of Miohael Hayues, the whole scope of the article is to point out Mr. Gill as one of those *r petty sover rigns ready to fling their iron (ot brazen,) hands on the subject and deprive him of Us. liberty." Our learned contemporary does not question (he legality of tho com-' mittal made' by Mr. Gill, leaving that point to higher authorities to decide,but| argues strongly against the possession' of such a terrible power by any judge or, magistrate-" this we do affirm, that no' judge, no magistrate, no individual under' HeaVon ought to possess suok power over a. follow citfcah," that 16, that no judge-or , magistrate should have power to punish a, person for "contempt of coiu't, unless' the change be' substantiated against itim. The manner in which this offenoe ought to...

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Notes and Events. Crushed out, Mining Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

Notes and Events Crueliod out, Mining lieport. Additional representation for the Kennedy will not bo coiLsiderod until after- the oensus is taken. hs^[r« Harry Buckcridgo has taken tbo fine din* iog room's oftho Exchange Hotel, and from his welI*known ability us a caterer fur the inner man liis unvarying civility and. general smartness, he may fairly oxpcct to be extensively patronised. Mr McLean delivered a lecture on Good 2bm nlarism in tho Primary School, Millobester, on Wednesday evening to a crowded audience. Tho Bnv Mr Jones presided and announce his adhesion to tbo cauee and that he was willing to join tho order. In the police court on Monday, Patriok Duggan Mathcw Martin and Henry Keeler were fined respectively £1 for disorderly conduot, and Patrick Fitzgerald charged with a similar ofFenoo woe discharged. Mr. Campbell, Iuspector of schools, inspected the Milichester school tost week. There were 108 pupils present. He inspected the ecbool'sitc ! of our school cti Friday week...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

SjS.@MiSET» J. B. TREVETHAN, is ADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER JIAIN Stbbbt, MILLCHESTER. FULL and MOST VARIED SXdCK Most FASD.ioNA.BLB GOODS IN THE TRADE; Diniot troKx Brisbane daily Expected. MBtkiiL ORDERS promptly attended tot and Jkceeittid with KtaJn&i and Dbpatck. West °oftst Bakery, * Charters Towihs. JOHN CLARK, i>x«s to inform ilie paople 61 Charters' JCp , Tovren aod UHlcheste^ tbat he liiti aow &PBKBD _ , . AfeAKEBY . in the K^aiVatreet, Charters Xovrerv. id t*u»ta that fcy strict atUntioa to biitraess Will aectire * fair chare of piiblio support. STEAM SAW MILLS . ' T. MILLS Cbabtebc TOWEES. PLENTY of tfll sorts of 8*wn Hard wood always' od liabd, and catf be supplied .ay quantity on the ehorUet notice. "tU CARRIERS & OTHERS. T OOCKFIELD, Sftvrjers' Arms, at jtncUon V of Charters Towers s»d MiDcbester road.and to inform the Public that be Lu now « Two Horee Power , btiiFK-ODIliit. It Outs and Keflnes at t he same time. . %. Any quantity of Chaff supp...

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Machines. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

Machines One-and-A.il.-138 tnn= Queen, No. 2 west, 216 ol». 12 dais.; 29 H..se of Bug gland, p.c , 13 oz°. 12 ; 12 Queens lander," No. 2 9 ozp. 7 divta ; Kaiiiboiv, N>i. 2 N. g"ing through. Never Dospnir.-08 tons Kalniiow, Nn. 4 north, 44 uzs. 9 ilwtn.; 41 Jnnt-in-Tiiuo, No. 2 north, 32 on. 0 ilwts. ; 8 Wormut'r, No. 2, 17 t'i«. 9 divti).; Wellington, p.o and Grand Secret, p c" going through. Enterprise.-17 tons L >rd Nelfl iii. N > 1, 20ois. ; Oen. Wju.Ilium g-iiii; tli"uugh Miry L'nisi-209 tuns Mom I. tic p.r. 260 ozs. 15 d*ts.; Wellington, No, 1, going through. Dcfianoe.-SOO tons St. Patrick b.c., 5)9 ozs i do going through. Venns.-H4 touB Pacific, No. 3. 87 o* 8 iwts; 199 Queen po, 211 oca 10 <lwn 65 Wellington, No 1 east, 76 ora 10 dwi« 25 Alexander No 6, (heading,) 11 ' a- 0 i]*!8i 28 Old Identity pr, 9 oz> 0 '>w \ (Jen. Wjnriliuui, No 1 eotich und Warrior Lo .sea clcauiug up.

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

Correspondence. TO TUE EDITOB. Sib,-You will oblige mc by inserting these fo«r lines in your paper concerning the prize flgbfc whioh came offou Tuesday lost, between Boston end Brorvn s-Sii*F I mean lo eay they are a dis grace to ibo community, and the police ought to keop a elmrp look-out for suoh youog larriluas .. lur the fuiure. I am yours. &c., A SUBSCRIBER I

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