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THE REEFS. ALABAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

TfiE JIEBFS. AUBAAU. P.c. s Still heating down (tone a bare Uw ISO feet levela, 180 to ISO toni of which b in tho paddock i clean, brown atone t lereti In 80 feet lo boundary weetward of ahaft, and between 70 «nd 80 feet towards lease. Noa. 1 and 2 W._ amalgamated: 140 feet down utidoriie, id formation -6 feet thick j mundic bearing quarts ; reef ia 14 inchea thick, having widened to that from two tnobej in six feet sink iug i every indication of gold in the alone; ten tone elean quarts in the paddock ; itill tlnkinc > down underlie. b I Xjo&w shaft: Continuing cro*s*out in About seven feet; no sigh of«deJT yet. *.. VOHQUT-UB'Vbj. No. I H.B. *. Bunk shaft 100-feet thaonjb red, rabbly stone, holding numerous qunrtx seams ( now in hard rock, looking Us If-(he muadio were at hand j ground %HOVE anaft not much walked : the reef in the soft country *t the basement of tbe low pinnacle from which this reef baa bfen thrown up being fragmentary *nd*poor ; bdd*by Seats* and party, ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

WANTED Two Shearers to shear 1700 sheep at Matal Downs. WANTflD, an APPRENTICE in this Office* Must be able to read .and write well* Noethebn Miner Office. WAITED, a good General BLACKSMITH. None but a good hand need apply. Appljr at once to E J LATHAM, Blacksmith, MU|ob£st*t. Postmaster-General's Office. Brisbane, 7th January, 1676. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH LINES. CHARTERS TOWERS TO DALRYMPLK. XAMBO TO BLACKALL. SEPARATE Tenders will be received fit the Office of the Superintended of Electric Telegraph Brisbane, until Noon on MONDAY! the 21st February next, from persons desirooB of contracting for the suppk of all material except wire and insulators, and for all workmanship necessary for the erection of the abovementioned Lines of Telegraph, according to the terms, general conditions, and specifications published on page 66 of tne Qveentlnnd Otwfrnmettt Gazette, dated 8th Januaiy,.l876. GEORGE THORN, JUKIOB. TENDEBS are invited forjeinking the shaft on Lease No. 92, Mary Reef, a further ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Machines. ONE-AND-ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

The Maohiaes. ONE-AND" ALL. I No 2. Rainbow going through. w . VENUB. - Papuan p.o. and No. 2 Queen going through.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Stetfeldt Furnace. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

The Stetfeldt Furnaue. THIS is the only desulphurising furnace used In California for saving gold, which appears tb claim notioe. This furnaoe for desulphurising and cbioridizing the cte, consists flf a.shaft 20 feet high, by 3 or 6 'feet square, At its base there are two fire places, in; opposite sides, with - short floes leading into the stacks, The ore bating been mixed with 3 to 2 per cent, of salt,. is crushed under stamps, and passed through No. 40s weens. This finely pul veised ore is fed in a continuous stream by tnaohinery from tbe top of the shaft. Just below the top of the shaft is a flue for the escape of the gasses, leading into dust oljanibersB, where say portion of the fine material carried up by the draft# mar deposit; ' Tbe main shaft at the end of the duet chambers is 40 feot high. Aa the fine ore desconda, mixed with stlt, against the current of ' hot air ascending in the abaft, it becomba chloridiKed, giving off sulphurous en'l sulphurioaoid ; every atom of the o...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Practical mining v. Geology. No. 2. PER FAVOR OF "NORTHERN MINER." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

Practical mining v- Geology. . No. 2. . " MSB FAVOB or " NOBTBEBS HIVES." Taking, u 1 do, & deep intere«t in all matter* relative to mining development, and having care fully watched the changes thet take place in the mode of occurrence and presence of . intrust?* rock throughout the various fields which Itm Tutted, I»a>led (ogive your readers tbS result or my experience upon the above subject. Some short time since, 1 learned from a jBympie Press correspondent that a disquietude almost amount* ing to a panic bad -taken -place on that-flak! through the present* of an intrusive ropk greenstone-on (he course of the lode, M geologists bod authors tively stated that its pre* seoce indicated a total disappearance of a payable retf at a further doptli. Now, with a due retpect for that interesting science, let usdispaEsio&ately review the why and wherefore the/ should arrive at such a conclusion, as, until I havesoiftfr more convincing proof than the mere offering of a g...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

"THE QUEENSLANDER" PorJ876. I MONO lb* special features of The Queens ^ ilander for 1876 will be the issue of a fieries of District Maps of Queensland, giving the latest information ia the possession of the Lauds Department and allowing distinctly the Public.Ia.nds open to Selection. in the various Land Agents' Districts throughoutte Colony. Each Plan/as iaiued, *ill contain plain printed imtructiont u to the mode of acquiring land, eonditionaof dottle meat, method of keeping the plan an authentic record of the progress of land settlement in each district, and auch other infor mation as may be Ultely to prove profitable to oar country readers. At the work wijl entail great cost and labor ha Proprietor! trust that those inteiited will ? recognise their efiort* to supply a great and long ] lelt want. . inwfe[Bife 'Uvt also been made to man Ilia aatfjfis «f a practical and oompetent 'Agricultural llepoiter, wboao time trill Of eiolusively devoted to a Personal Examination of the Farmin...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

; ^ w. BOWKER ' Solictor, proctor, «£om fcegancer, .&c., -. .G» b» ojMuulted daUj at Hfahon'e Hotel, . MlJXCBEfclElt. ~'.t Um 'I '| |. J-;--- r 1?. S. Carter. L I OITOR Hotel. .Charter* viiu if.' . Iow»i».: i .;iiuv i ? ? ??? : J; E Cowan, .- ATIOFIFCLEV ahb 'SOLICITOR, &o., ^ <tolET«M,. j;0WEE8. " ' ' ' ?' H ??;*}.! : P ti b o E \ i,'.! M.D, & SOliGEuN, ' <In«rii*6d-underlhe>Qiieen»liiid Medial / - Board,) . H»» "PEMOVED from the Oluib' House Hotel \ to,hi* new midence, nearlt oppoilte th«M«sonIr flktlj 'tJlKfWtet, where bf cu be cobeiiltedj &-.&» Itoliarifenberg, *>«?. "">4., PhWJCIAK,SoR<M0K, Abp AtXOOCBEOB { .' Dulyqoililledat the Medic&l Board. , quABiiBS towbbs. ON WRfi JANG, QBNER&L «TOBKKE BPBR,J .'????' ' CHARTERS TOWBBS. ^WHNBBAU STOREKtiKWCRS, 'l&whim 'Boiur KB# Forwerding Aeebta, 4-' iZ^aowKaviiik.: : ... inland. AUOTienKcR * eoniiBDSSDsn aceot mutts BIBEET, Office: ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS ON "THE WEEK." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS ON "TBE JCBKK." " It* coofaebU ate varied, entertaining, and lnatroctire.H- Queetulander. uJs a paper well adapted to the wauls of bush life,"-Xteiiy Herald, . *'.Is honestly worth Hie money. There btm ' ge tup' about it; aud y*t it. is well got up.aod will boar the closest scrutiny."-ISotikern Argue. "We welcome The Week as aa important a*d valuable addition to tbqrapidty increasing list n( Queensland newspapers."-(fpmpie Timet. "Oont&ina a large .amount Of intorceting and varied reading mutter, $nd is Sold at the obeap rpte of fourpenoe per copy. Wc should imagine that the journal is'liktly .to be *wy successful juid command anextensive _rirculatiun."- lYidc Bo# Nem.^.. '* Promises to bo a dcoided accession to colo nial literature. Chronicle, V Well calculated to instruct and amuse the family circle."-Toomomba Chronicle. . *" will, no dpab% run. the Quecnetander very clote/'^JSmi^etteal Standard. *' There i* an ^ttraotfvenesB about it that will commen...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE WEEK." A JOURSAL OF COMMERCE, FARMING, MINING, AND GENERAL INFORMATION, AND AMUSEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 February 1876

"THE WEEK." A JOURSAL OF COMMERCE. FARMING. MINING, AND GENERAL INFOIU MATION, AND AMD8EMENT. . Publiihed at Brinbane crcry 8aturdny morn ing in line for thecounuy mnlle. trice Fourpence »ub«criptfon- Four Bliil iinga per*, quarter, pr Fifteeu Shillings pgr annum, ii».*4raoCe. "THE WKEK," notwithstanding the brief period it hu been in existence, hug attained a degree of popularity, both in the metropolis and throughout the country aittrioU, beyond tbe meet mngjjue expectations of ita projectors, thue indicating that thereby u public deaidera iuXD has been enppliett.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

Kilmer Goods! . i.. UMMElt GOODS! PHEB GOODS! AT TBE CO-OPERA.TIVE CdPANifs STORES. KG'V SHOWING, A Splendid A»iorlmeht of Suit ter Draperyand Clothing, Well mght iinci carefully assorted, for Lhn Bequiroments of tbii Field. THE to-OPEPATlVE OOMPAtfY| beg to thlk <b&£ub)M> for paBt;C®*orfl» trust, by strfmttcntion to their wants, to merit ft con* tiniura&f their support. v Tie Present Stock Will be /yO'l replete with the Latest Novelties in \ Lefts' nod CHILDREN'S GOODS, MEN'S TOOTES' ujd BOYS' CLOTHING, ^fflSIKEV^HABKEDAfiitSEV, to. Wliidi fnlQti'ality, Style, and Price, will bo found Unprecedented onC hartal's Towers. The Boot & Shoe Department 1L» been replenished with aShipmentof GEM'S' COLONIAL-MADE B30TS, j A2f» LADIES' & CHILDREN'S BOOTS & SHOES, <?f English and,Foreign Manufacture, Whidb jvrilt ho .bid »l ' Price,' which defy 'Competition 1! The Oropery Department CdntlnueaWell'Sfcockcd.nnd Assorted In all the ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(From the C. B. Express.) RAVENSWOOD. February 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

(From the C. S. Exprcts.) KAVENSWOOD. February 18. 1 Tbo Gercral Grant prospecting claim bos bct n jumped £8 abandoned ground. Tbo Beaumont, claim, Adjoining the Old Mat) Companj's claim, tme been taken up, aud nn in iluentirtl Directory has been formed for tho pur» po8o of floating a company. The Melnaur Company comincneed work last Week. The next escort leaviug here will bo a good one. The London Pyrites Company a works are to be uold on Saturday Post. There was & heavy gale here on Wednesday night. Tbe creeks rose to a greater height than h(u ever before been known. No sorious dam&go bae been done. j The coach returned after camping oil al night. H left again for the Houghton on Friday.

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Town Tittle-Tattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

Town Tittle-Tattle. Bv " WiTcniiAK.1' When the busy. World's asleep, When gloomy flight I mill euconpafg'd her, Vwontuylonely watch. TfiB Hospital Committee intend to do business properly at their next meeting to be bolden at Milicacster oa Wednesday evening next j %o it would appear, anyhow, from tie businesslike style ol advertisement calling the meeting, in Saturday's -£aper,' in wbich the eccretaiy is requctfted 11 lo veil o special general meeting of the contributor and governor* of the Hospital,'* Mr. E. & Graham's oame being the fii*t of (lie five names of the humble " wo hereby request you.*' Doubtless, tbcsL-verecafttigatton come of the comimUoe tnerv received after their last wetting had the desired cflect, «B Che/ seem quite contrite, and intend to amend their toau. iter* isnd do thing* properlv tn future. I hope to, and also that the subject of poultry will bo let to stand over for anjtberoccasioo. It would be well that the committee appointed4( to take into cons...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BOWEN. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

BOWEN. February 17. | terrific uyclonc last night. HoBpital blown down, and six patients Geriou&ly injured. Scores of people injured by railing houses. It is u heartrending eight, to BOO the mutilated children being dragged from under the tains. Ojrcione lasted two minutes. Direction of atoiui Iroui S.R. to N.W.,

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Charters Towers Small Debts Court FEBRUARY 22. Before C. S Dicken, Esq., P.M., and H. W. Palmer. Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

Charters Towers Small Debto Court FEDBD&T 22. lit'fore C. S Dickon, Eiq., P.M., anj H. \V. Falmtr. Esq., J.P. Vcrille T. Ah Sue, £2 15ft., compensation for unlawful dismissal from hired service ; Air Cowan appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Carter for de* fendant. Mr. Cowan staled that this case had been be* fon1 the court before, and the plaintiff1 was non* suited OD the ground® that owing to a certain cu6tom be ru not entitled to flue for . week'* wages, as be bad not got a week's uctica. SPbe action was now brought under another form and plaintiff sued foi compensation for wrongful dismissal. William Neville, tbe 'plaintiff, repeated hit evidence given »u tbe former care, and added that be wns worktug for Mills and gave blm a week's notice t Beloher was with Mills at tbe time, and kocw the custom wae to gi*"« and to got a week's noUctt j Hubert used to .discharge without notice; Scarborough brought an nrtion against Hubert, but loti the day, as Hubert bad all the lawyers on t...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

WANTED, & good General BLACKSMITH. No&e but a good band ucad apply. Applr at onoe to H J hktniia, Blacksmith, MiUoliebLor ST. PATRICK and Queen Orabd Jutwtio" Company,-A -Call of £B per share js uuc on Saturday,-2tfth instant I Titostu CHftiBTHy. THE TOWFRS HILL LONG TCNNEL COMPANY. No Liability. To be registered uodtr the provisions of the No-liability Act, 39 Victoria,So. 9. capital, £40,000 in 40,000 Shares of £L each, ? ihi , hich 10,000 fully paid up 4re "Hotted to the promoter and 30,000 will be »peo to the public. Provisions Dicbctoes : HO Gil MOSMAN, jlSQ., S.V. I. LIB8NEK, Ee®. VP. P. MACDKRMOTT, ESQ., B WVKDHAM TAXjMEft, Kxj -JP JA8. KIRK, Eta., 3 P HESRY MAODBRHOTT, EBB. THOMAS COCJUJUiiN, ESQ. With power to add to their number. SOLICITOR : J. S. CA.ETEE, Es«. Seoeetibt : E. T. JAMISON, ESQ. .JUtlKEBB: BANK OF SEW SOOTH walks, Charters. Towers. OFFICE . MALCOLM'S BBttBlNGS, Charter* Towert. rii proposed to form tlii« Company to m"1 the expenses of potting ...

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The Machines. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

The Machines. llAEr IvOUISl. ao. i Wyndham ^oing through OK£-ANP«ALl. No. 2 Jlainboir going through. r£KU6. PapUHft p.c. and No. 2 Queen going thraggh.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Carlyle at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

Oarlyle at Home AN A merican My, Clarence Winthrnp liowen, has been " interviewing" the veneral le man of letters who resides iu Obeyn^ CUStomi of whan to Gba though] Row; aid, in acaotdance with the [of iier nation, rhe gives an account she saw anil heard on tier pilgrimage, sea The narrative is amusinc, at times, if not indeed altogether impertinent; but we are almost tempted to I fui give privacy! nor K#i Miss ilorcen an intrusion upon tie of domestic life that ia foreign to igliali habit"1 for the cake of oue really i alnable anecdote which she ia able to toll. Mr. Carlyle, being closeted with two mi mbere of Parliament uprtair*, kept her nsi ii g in an ante-room below for f«Jly bd hour tbongb, part of that time she snjiiyed (be company of the great author'* lirotber Dr .Carlylo; and when at last tbe author if Sartor made bit appearaooo, it was on y to lay down bis long pipe on a table, a id. taking tip bis felt bat, .' with ae broad ' brim as yon see on a Colorado ranchman's be...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warden's Court. FEBRUARY 19TH. BEFORE MR. WARDEN CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

Warden's Court. SRBBUASr ISTJI. BEFORE MB. WABDEN CHARTERS. Mesirs. CostfU and Connolly, assessors. fleury Itookley v. George Gulla and other*. Mr. Bowkcr appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Carter for defendant. Mr Carter applied for another adjournment, his client was coming by the coach, and th» coacli bad not arrived; lie could not go on with* out him. Mr. Bowker opposed the application. i The Warden said he regretted lie was not up in time yestordiy* an accident bad happened to his brother, and he wan delayed in consequence, i Besides, he had asked Mr Carter to adjourn the I case until 2 o'clock when lie was here* He would adjourn the case to Friday nest, at 10 o'clock, on payment- of costs of tfio day by de* endanle.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OHONS OF THE PRESS ON "THE WEEK." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

OljlONS OF THE PRKSS ON " THE WEEK." " I contents' arc varied, entertaining, and instn re."-Qveendander. "I paper well Adapted to the wants of busb liter Dolby Meraldt - " Ii gnefitly worth the money. There is »»o 4 get i fabout it; and yet it is well got up, nod will b 'the closest scrutiny/1-rAdrwerw Argue. "fi welcome The week as an important ftp^Jiiablo addition to the rapidly increasing */CoiiVlns-^ largc mno'unt of iaTejeslfngand . Varied tiding mutter, and is sold at the cbcap \ rate ofpurpence per copy. WVehould imagine \ tliatth journal h likely to ha very sncceBsful \ and coiiuand an extensive circulatiun."- Hide I JBap Mv. \ ** Frames to be a decided accession to colo ssal lirtatHi*.-Maryborough Chronicle. " Wll calculated to instruct and amuse tbe familioircle."-TqoKoomla Chronicle. "V)U, no doub*, run the Queentlander veiy olo BP.'- Etange lie a I Standard. " Tere is an attractiveness about it tlicit will cotmrnd it to any and every class of society £*nbberg Star. " ^re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

THE WEEK." AIj op COMMERCE, FARMING, tSG A.ND GENERAL INFOit ION, AND AMUSEMENT. Pl td at Brisbane every Saturday morn* ing i c for the country ut&iU. P* Pourpenco ; subscription-Four Shil lings * quarter, or Fifteen Sbiiiiug* per atinm advance. WEEK," notwithstanding the briel peiic has been in existence, bus attained a dpgr' popularity, both in the metropolis and | throi »ut tbc country districts, beyond tbo most ngline expectations of its projectors thus icating that thereby a public desidera tum beuo eupjilicd.

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