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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT. BRISBANE February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE OUR Dueiust teleobathic AOENT. BRISBANE February 21. Cablegrams state that a Boyal Commission has been appointed to investigate tbe question of < tbo Bust African slave trade. | The '. Cbino," tnoii eteamer, liaa arrived at. GHcnelg from Guile, ©even days late; ber machi nery broke down, Tho Municipal Council of Paris have voted 30.000 franca aa a grant to tbe workmen em* ployed at tbo Philadelphia Exhibition. Several new ships have been laid down, both in tbe royal and in private dockyards. Desertion* from tbo army are increasing tear* Cully. Tbctrainingabip, "Goliath," has been burnt to the water's edge. The echoolma»tcr and eleven boys «irfi missing. Henry Wuiowright, the murderer of Harriet Lone, Whi'.cchapei, wa» executed on tbe 21at of December* He bceased hit brother Thomas ae the actual murderer i be afterwards admitted the justice of hit sentence. ' The Princcof Wales laid the foundation stone of a monument in commemoration...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Hortherm Hliner. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

tpj WfcDNBSDAY, FEBKUABY 28, 1B76. It was obviously the intention of the framer of tlie Gold Fields Homestead Act to promote the permaneit settlement of miners on gold fields, and, so for, Sir. KINO deserves credit; but it unfortunately happened that his good intentions are entirely frustrated by the loop-hole left in tbo Act, through which monopolists can boldly march and take jip as ninny bomc iteade as they please. ' In order to give (he Act the effect intended by its author, a stop should be put to the acquisition of | more than one homestead by one person. This can be done by {ths Minister for Mines refusing to grant a lease of more than one homestead, and the Act could be Amended next session to the aurae efl'ect. Where homesteads should be allowed is a matter that should be soft'.od by tlie District Surveyor .. TJie petition now before the Minister draws a pretty accurate line, vihin which no homestead should be granted. Ground in the .' imme diate vicinity of working reefs "...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 4.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 February 1876

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 4.15 p.m. About 10 p.m. last night a dark cloud came up from the northward. A ball of lightning played round and in the town, as described by an eye-witness, with a frightful roar, struck the town, levelling Wagner's public house, the bakery, and other houses. Thence it crossed the street, and struck, unroofed, and completely wrecked the School of Arts and Hospital. It then struck and levelled Gregory's Building, part of which are used as Land Offices. This was a very curious sight, the walls having a twist given them like the screw of a steamer. The next house, the residence of Mr. Palmer, was completely blown away. Still bearing south- wards, it lifted Captain Bristowe's house from its blocks, depositing it on the sand at a distance of fifteen feet. The last house struck and de- stroyed was that of Mr. Silber, line repairer. Telegraph lines much damaged, but repaired as soon as possible. Many people narrowly es- caped; many are hurt — none seriously. Other sma...

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"THE WEEK." A JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, FARMING, MINING AND GENERAL INFORMATION, AND AMUSEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

"THE WEEK." A JOUHNAL OF COMMERCE, FAHMLVO, MINING AND GENKKAL lUJJOft, ilATlON, AND AMUaJiAlliJS'T, Pufelielicd at Brisbane every Saturday morn ing i. time for the country mails. i*rice Fourpenpo ; subscription-Four Slul* tings per quarter, or Ftfteeu Shilling* per annum, in advance. "The TVpcp" pofcwithstanding tlie briel period it bas been in existence, hue auuiued u degree of popularity, both,in the metropolis and throughout the country districts, biyond the moAt eangiiue expectations of its projector*, thua indicating tb»t thereby & public deuidcrn turn bas beeu supplied.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

: j; w. BOWKER Stents, Solictor, Proctor, 0nis < jtegatwer, &c.> .?? ? Pain bejwniulted 4t%Vt Hiihpn'e Hotel,. ' " -'<( .AtlLLOHESTER. Titrney'e ^T.g. Carter. 8 0 LIOITOR Mining Exchaojge /Hotel. Charter! Towert.' ' J. R Cowan; AtTOBNEYjuiD SOLICITOR, COlOi^IONBllTOBAJFIDAVJTa, io., ChAST»B8TOWBB8. HO. P IT , B C E L L , M D, & SURGEON, ' (Incensed under the Queensland Medickl Eu PEMOVED from the Oldb House Hotel to bil sew reeidence, uearlr epporit* the Muonle fl*U, Hiner-etreet, where he can be consulted d«Hf, J. A. Soharffenberg, Dr.med., PflffilOIAN, SOBOEON, Air*) AOCOUCHEUB . Duly qualified at the Medlonl Board. QHA&TfiBS TOWERS. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHARTERS TOWERS. Uaoleod ft Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS; Custom House abd Forwarding Agehte, T0WN6VILLE. I. ALAND, AU6Tj@HiSBft ft ©Masa.asBiSKi fl&EMT UJHKB STREET, Office: Tieroey's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. . William Jackson, A U C T 1 Q N B E Jt,...

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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS ON "THE WEEK." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

OPJKI0NS OF THE PflESS ON " TEE . » WEEK." . , " lie cootente are varied, entertaining, and instructive."-Qfieetwlatuler. " la a' paper yrell adapted to fte wante of bush life.*'-.Dafcy flerald, " Is honesty worth the money. Tlictfi U.no . get up' about it ; and yet it. is well got up, aiid ."will bear tjje eloseBt scrutiny."- Sartberri c'We welcome The Week as an imiK>r.*ut pnd valuable addition to tbe rapidly inefaiBinp list of QucenBland newspapers."-rOympie Timtf: V Contains a large nmoupt of iniereating'tind *aried wading matter, and is sold ot tbe cheap rate of fourpence per copy. We should imagine | 'th^t the journal u likely to be rery enccpRaftil and command An extensive circulation/V- Wide . £<?# Kewt. u Promises to be a decided eececBfpn to colo-; .nial liteiature.-Jdaryborovfjh Chronicle, \ . *' Well calculated (o instruct and amuse tbe | farailv circle."-Toonoomba, Chrmiclc. I " Will, no doub*, run tbe Queenslandsr very j close."-Etangelicpl Standard. " Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

BoUawajft FUth.-tha Females' Friond fto soon aa the buman funrliuna are disordered tbey snould be reo tilled. It it a hopdesi delu elon to leave the malady to it< own course. A few appropriate-doses or Hollowav'e Pills at the proper period will prevent many a serious illness i they arrest ell morbid induenoe and prevent disease from extending and affecting more dis tant organ». Their primary action is upon tl>e i blood, stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels t their j second action .strengthen! '.the nervous centres. No -drug can be at once 80 harmless yet w anta gonistic to the disojders affecting llic other «e*. .Mnnost perfect reliance may be p'oced upon their policing, regulating and renovating "irluce. their may be wifely taken by females of any age. - With every-pulsation that foro -pump ot the body, the heart,- sends conning through the atjsrtas and veins -the. jropy Said which-auBteins < litoandnoaiiihra the system. If the vital cur- - rent rbooomes .oon...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

Telegraphic News, NOHTBERN MIMJR OFFWB [EMM ODE BaiBBlSg IBLBOaiPUIO AOUXt.] BRISBANE. Fulmmry 23. A llBBriNO of Hie cilieens will he Ltcld thie evening for the Uowen Tor.tado HeHef Fund. Weaiuer unsettled, Fcbruai^ 24. Kobcrt Forsyth cliurped with keeping unci ubuii* a .lit! without a license was fined £106, the still tt'iU other atciuils.to be forfeited. The Gorerror and Muyir lmve given fc5 p&vh and f.cmiraut £10 to the Bowcii Ilund. : Ao local news. Frbruary 25. The Ifew Zealand Gorerira n. received j t«*lf gram yesterday from Lord Carnarron, oxpressiug satisfaction it (lie establishment ol telegra^'iic oommfloimtJou 4>&twe»r> Nrw Ztaland <tnd the Motuer Country. The New Zealand Govern ment ImvtJ instructed thoir Ag«u -General in London U> et<*p Foreign immigration. The* BiMirfi ol' j£due&liou hare decided practically in (to t of secular ^duration. lu tfydney great exciuuneut prevails: regarding the i^pprOAcbing criekt* roai...

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The Two C.'s—Not Q.C.'s. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

The Two 0.'s-Not Q,C.'s. " When Greek meets Grjoli, then oomn the ttug of war." Dssoend, O, llniel and on my pan alight Of heroes twain, vrhile I describe the fight: On Thursday, grub time< in the boUM of Boss, Where bould Fat. Hishon oueewu ban, Two hungry lawyers-Co W*n, and t'olber Carte r^ Beef juontum tuff, andtateiBatter Cramming, '(jan ta look with onfcry glanoes Hot words, " coward, liar I" Up laneee I '.A ring 1 a ring I" the Baled boarders cry, " What fun! two lawyers in deadly battle rio !'. The yard waareaeW, the ibirte were oft: No boaUle Bobby cried " Hold! enough! " Carter,-a good 'un, (mall, wiry, thin, Quoted Oawan largely, and tried to win, But the.bearler animal, loth to fail, Gatne 'lown a " butter," like a dish of kale; ' ' There was battel]/, assault, all Milled In one, But no limbs of law were broken,ochoset notone. The heroes parted, and then "called to the bar.'* Lltyuorfed up pleanantly, and then talked of the [.par. The story, cxparte, I got fro...

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SYDNEY. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

swan?. February 21. I < The Melbourne OrioVcter*,h&re arrirfld.: In the diftcusiipu oil ilio Volunteer intimites tbe volunteer fljsbom wbi condemned. Application* li wvo been made for the tequei* trnlion of the Estate of lj)n C jrporatiou fop noil- . fompliauce with nu ordur to ftbile Clip nideanpo [ of Blai'k Wattle 8nnip» i Ail prirosiid increase* on the Estimate* were widhlntujit.in Parliament. The iym»rd imgiisb mail left Melbourne on Satur tij. 'Che c ought has broVen up. David ALcilullen, convicted of bomi side, baa buua ce, tenced to dualb, N j J. :al now* JTebiuary 24. At (12 Intercolonial cricket practice a boy was serioml' injured by i ball striking abiui on the, M.i. I Cath jfrt'a wliuif bas be:,\ void for £11,000. I Josojili Coulaen has becu convicted of man* felau^hitiran.l eeuuinutd to bix. years* penal «-r ricqdo. ?*. 'fhe Governor has assented to the bill abolish ing vepJicta of felo 4e se. .t conaittprable^dvance u agpeoted iu the prieo of Queensl...

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NEW ZEALAND. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

I NEW ZEALAND. Fflbruarr 23. yogel reoeire^ ah imme&ie reeep&ioo i be was i entertained at a banquet, ami tUert was a j (orc'j'bgUt procession. He has been rainitated j .10 Premier of the Colony. Congratulatory mea*1 «ag b were exchanged between liim and Governors No.uiaubj'f Hobnuoa and Uuirni.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

SYDNEY MOUSE, CHARTERS.TOWERS Awd TOWSSVILLB 1XJ88HKK&CO. BGO to thank the public of Charters lowers. Millcheater, and surrounding dirtricts for the TCry liberal support hitherto accorded .them. J3TOH 381*0003OA";!! Being the PIONEER STOREKEEPERS of tbUfleld, they hare alwayi endeavored to -fur. ther'ihe ihterfcitt land progreniof the field and population to the titft 6f :thelr abtUtiee and pecuniary poBltion, and' after a term of four jetitf, 'find tbimielws,thanks to the public," . 1 *;? y:1' ? "tl.^ CO.'S taiinew taw programed with the Field, and they are uowin asposftion to offlsr pijfb]U4i ?*'' - »....«.. Advantages In fcBBOttnient of stocks, low prices, and accomo dation aecond to none of, the rivfll firms, whjcb hare eicc* storied business on the "Caen, ." Plato Figured," and other principles. , The appniicbing wet season hu-itfdueed us to procure erteosive stocks of j General Merchandise ! In advance of the demand inqtiality, atBorlment, and price, to suit the Wholes...

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LONDON. Feb[?]21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

Feb u&ir 21. King Alphonco opened the Corlea in ptrson. The copper market is depressed. The Merohavt Shipping Bill bat panedtbe second readiug. A bill bas' been read a first time wbfoi pru posed to attter the tide of 4%ueeu to that of impress t it has been objected to by Lptve and Foster, as despotic. Februaiy 23. Active oompetiuon at the wool sales. W*ieat easier. Copperaud Uu remain uncbauged. Xbe Goodenough Memorial Committee bare decided that the memorial eUull tube the form of a charitable educational institution in conuectiou with the Navy. The Queen hat written a letter to Csptain Bufber, expressing her admiraii^ of the be* havior of ell on board the ship ''Goliath," wbicU Has been destroyttfl by fire. fcitenslve tires bavd occurred at the ootton mi li| Manchester. The National Eifle Association have aotepUd the challenge of the United (Stales Wifle Team. A destructive hurricane baa occurred St the Phillipina Islands t 26tf perftjus were killed aud 3800 houses wrecked...

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Warden's Court. FEBRUARY 26th. Before Mr. WARDEN CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

Warden's Court. FEBRUARY 26tb. Before' Mr. WAKDMT OBIRTBM, Kirk V. others v. William Ogilvimnd ollieri encroachment Mo. 1 6. General Wyiidlum end rrmoving atone valued at ££0. The tug wu8 heard on the Ulsl December and the tteeiu'on* of the Oourl was r»«rved. I'ho cvidenoe taken in the oiae read over. The Warden gave a verdict (or plaintiflk staling llie map showed tho abaft wot on the boundary, and Mr. Swan'* evidence proved thai the underlie drove into Mo. X 8 General Wyndbam. Dehiidant me alio lined £6, and profemiunal ooeta, to return the atone or to pay CSD, in default levy *nd dlitrapi. ' Below the WirDBS an-) Means. OONNOX.lt »ad LOZAU.. AsposBors. Harry BooHeyv. Gullet and ot]ier^jo»f je« caie.-Application to be declared a The plaint and plot i:» tl.U ease have been for the plaintiff, Mr. Carter for the defendant*. .. ij Mr. liowker in opening the case stated,»t si) turn on a question of law as to "hfttcon stjtuted an abandonment of a ,*"c' ?? sold one-ninth of his interest ...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 February 1876

6ATDRDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1876. The immediate and pressing want of this goldfield is more crushing machinery. The transfer of the " Defiance " and " Enter- prise" mills from owners not very exten- sively interested in claims to Messrs. STUBLEY and CRAVEN, two of the largest claimownetB on the field, has already ma c this want more felt. They have an un limited quantity of Btone to draw upon ol their own, ami will be in ao hurry to crush for the public. Tue " Defiance" has been lii^ng up fop tiie Jast tl>rer- weeks, end ia likely to remain BO for another month. The other throe machines on tlie field are unequal to the demand made on them even now, and in another mouth more Btone will have accumulated ilian they can get through for many «»cnt!is. It is evident, (hen, (hut unless mora ma chinery is | lit on t$)B ground noon, the jmogrcBs of the field will be mater a ly affected, the interests of all chiimowners -especially email daimholders-will be seriously injured, and trado in gener...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 March 1876

Mining News Tin* discovery of 6 lino gold bearing mundic reef at a depth of eighty feet, fully four feet through is l think, an unprecedented record in the jtunals of mining on the Charters Ion-era goldlield. The neighborhood of tho reef 1 allude to will astonish a good many of our miners it is ccrLain, for though a good many rich patchcs of brown quart* «av« by various parties been cut out of the reef in the hill, whctc, the Stockholm Kes, the mundic van i never looked for at less than 150 feet. However, in the p.c., on the Stockholm reef, ot even less than 80 feet down the underlie of the reef, Messrs. Longlcy ond party have crossed the top of a fine mundic reef, con* taiuing plenty of metal and streaked with seams of galeaa. (by many b Id to be an unerring sign ot the presenco of gold) and having an appcaronce eqtiil to very fair specimens of Bainboiv and St. Patrick qu&rix. The Stock* boltn is one of fire or sis reefs outcropping from the liiil whore the Donnybrook wasdi...

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THE REEFS. STOCKHOLM. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 March 1876

TilII lllCKFS. STOCKHOLM. I r.C. (Longley «nd jmrty, 8 in all), 80 feet domi iittderiw/ GJ feet muntiic Mono nt foot of »U&ft, over 7 feat bctwuon whIIh, latter cloun lei'f, coming ofl' froth n little red quarte is mixed with mundic stone where latter is making. manager intends following the ret-f down perhaps 60 feet further before putting levels in: 30 fee/ from the surface a block of 30 tons of rt'd iron-stained stone was broken down anJ crushed for an ounce. At the end of the drivo where this lot was- got-tberc is 4 feel; width of reef left, The mundic however is giving IOO good prospect to be left and possibly beside i, (tie top stone mil not bo worth break ing down. Nos. 1N.W. and S.E.-The latter had been taken i'P u few hours botoio I called the reef. Til t he Jther number a shaft bus been sunk 30 foct. Numerous leaders arts coming in and giving-indications of being somewhere close to 1 he ree;. GUEAT BRITAIN. P.C. (3 men's ground and ron-arti ground). Rd. Ttomas and ...

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Correspondence. ON THE ROAD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 March 1876

Correspondence OK THE KOAD. TO THE EDITOR. 8ifl,-" ^uotb the rarcn, »erer more." Edgar Allen Poe must have had an unusually heavy fit of the dumps when he wrote " The Raven," and by what etrcteh of imagination he can make a raveti say u nercr more/' I oan't make out. 1 I, a loyal subject of Her firittumio Majesty, do most emphatically say never more shall 1 lake a trip j>er Cobb & Co. from the Bay to the Towers without carrying my own tucker along, for, birring two or three homes, you can't get n square mual. I most decidedly object to salt junk and bread for* two shillings, end cleauliuo** is oot an adjunct. I hope s>me of the landlords when they see this, will put this end that to* gather uud find out whether they can't get up a better teed or no beforo £ return, as I am a good feeder, and I might iueommode the ooaoU had I to carry two days' provisions., Oobb's horses fitc bettor noused Uian the people at wmo of the planes, aud they, at least, get theii regulation we...

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THE MACHINES. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 March 1876

THE MACHINES. Todb. Claim. Oz.awt.gr. 162 Papuan p.a 248 0 0 Queeu No*. 1 and 3 8.W. going through. ONE-AKD-A-LL. Rainbow Ko. 2 going through. SKTEBtBlSE, Queen No. 4 going through. Nasi Lours*. ' Wjndham No. 1 going through.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 March 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, ClUUrKItS TOWERS AMD TOW.VSVILLE I. L? j& BEG to thank the public of Charters lowers. Millcliester, and suirdunaing dirtr-icta for the very liberal support hitherto accorded them. Seine the' PIONEER STOREKEEPERS or this field* they have always endeavored to fur* ther the interests and progress of the Held and population to the best of tbeir abilities and pecuniary position, and after a term of four year?, find themselres, *' thanks to the public/' arnpl; rewarded. L L. t CO.'S business has-progressed with the. Field, snd tbpj*re«p]f if) eposiiion to offer to the public . *" " Advantages In «6sortmeot of «tocksf low prices* and accomo dation second to "none 'of the rirnl firms, which have Eii.ce -started business on the "Cash" " Pl&ia Rgui*ad" AQ0 othpj principle^. The approaching tret ecason has induced U6 to procure ctt entire stocks of - General Merchandipe In tdranoe of the domandin qu»litv,»fBortment, and price, to suit the Wholesale and Retail coil...

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