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Correspondene. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-Acco ling to my opinion, it does not make the alightef difference what date is on the hos pital ticket that giveB Mr. Cusaok eo much un eoiincM an trouble. Did any of thoBc worlhioi think abou repaying the drugs or bandage the person ia luertton got on hospital expense, except by bute and misrepresentation P Why, the band&j 5 is dirt*cheap for a pound annual .ubscriptio ! But that rage against the unfortunate doctor now, becau e the hospital surgeon is bold enouf h to show up Lhe real cause of the financial .difi* cullies, evel at the risk of exposing the incon sistency of ft big talker, he must be made to tcfiign again; because he has the had taste to ehow ths world the ugly epeotacle of a man with two feces, he ought to be chased froui +he field! Poor doctor, he could«xpcct tnat. Kick up a row with Htherw.omen, and m* if yeu can pre vent them oailiug you names. Gulch the boys stealing apples, and the* .-will throw with snua if they have,* chance. .-Take...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Shooting Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

A Shooting Difficulty. Three beome novelty about the .latest reported ebootiog -djmoulty in Amerioa inasmuch as the persons chiefly interested in it were a gentlemau named Wells T' Clark and . lady who had formerly been his wife, until herpositiou was altered by the finding of . jury in a . suit of divorce. Clark waaanxioua to marry again, but late Mn Clark'disapproved of bljs engagement, and prooAe&eS; to the' factory in Fairfield wherelie wi|a;employed, with a view to adjaatiog ibe difficulty. Tbe final argu ment which the lady proposed to use in oaee mildeV'onee failed she carried with faer wrappeif tip in .paper, for ca the journal from which...we gleam these faots jmtheti cally observes,, "the tyrauny of man forbids women to weir, garments susceptible of being provided' with a hip pocket for a pistol." Tk'us equipped the lady culled upon Clark-,«sd found bim laying thejuista ol a rOom above.' The opportunity seemed to the latoMra Clark much too pood to be lost, eo, unwr...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

WANTED ^Tenders for erection of » WHIM on the PBABODY P.O. For particulars, spjjlv to the olaim. WANTED a{ood general SERVANT. Apply, ? Ml*. Pcboell, Oburch Hill, opposite the Uuonic-lull. - Alexandra Leasehold Goldmin ing Co.-No Liability. TENDERS WANTED. TENDERS ore hereby invited for the further sinking oft Whim Shaft in the above claim to a further depth of SO feet, or till reef is struck. Specifications may bo seen at the Company's Office, Charters Towers. The lowest nor any teuder not neocssnrily ^«J accepted. Tenders will be received until? p.m. SATURDAY VEST. By order of the Provisional Directors, W. A. ACKERS. Secretary. ST. PATRICK'S DAY, 17m UABCH, 1876. Sports. Sports. Sports. AT THE RACE COURSE HOTEL. Coaches rnnniug exoiy quarter-hour from Charters Towers & Mtllcoufllor. Umpires-Messrs. J. Hogan L Jonathan lysou ; B«feree-F. H. Stubley, Keq. rfiOOEAMMB: £ s. let Prize: Wrestling in 41 Cornish" style, One Gent.'e Saddle, val. 10 10 2nd Prize : Wrcstliug "Collar«...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. March 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

SYDNliV. March 6th. Ncwb Las been brought of » violent liurri* oauc at Noumea, New Caledouia bn the 28rd ik'bruarf-several vessels #reoled, bousea un* roofed and others totally destroyed. Oa tbe following day myriads of graBabupperpi pasted over the iaUod, covering the ground *n inch thick and destroying erery vestige of herbage.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CAPE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

CAPE BtVBB. I Tlio gold from thia S«ld ii not forwarded by I Kwiort . but it lonl by prims hsud, by tlio dlruui \ i V ~ road to TowusvilU; The (grafting TGfyxfM shew I 40$ tone of .Mane yielded} P*®. oftgold, and II eat imato* about 400 o»> more wen obtained from alLurial working*, j | ^ . There u\epe Ipur-ftoiop gwd onfclhe-rtamp batter/,j^vitb i aObilbnimill/bu tbhf*Feld, but they afgynqfc Tally tf3jig;>xrequently liung up for want of etone^-^*:,.. * The permanent population is about 100 peaon», being ft deorpaee from last year of about $00. i Two ruihte have taken place to this 6eld during, the year, owing to reported alluvial disooveooa,^ but without any beneficial result. , ... I forWortL-the jvQptred ftflfnrnb-fllJedTjtf <» nearly correct ai my means of information yill allow. I bav^thelpQortotavgir, v -j.t J YtolVniMt owti eehrAflt, *<l giny&v,\ : ' ' ?./ .» o. 0HABTEK8T: T&WSfcaAlW* BJ&trGETOirOQJJjtflEXpi QaflfU^rwhing iMc...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

MELBOURNE. March C. The "Auitmliva," Meamer, hu arrived from. London in 42 dii/l. The Ledger wu won by " Biobmond " " Maid of-All-Work" eeeond " Bolliva " third.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Warden's Annaul Report, Charters Towers Gold Field WARDENS, OFF OR, Millchester, 1st January, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

The Warden's Awmmi Report, Charters Towers Gold Field Wakdenb, OFF cb, ? Mlllobetter, 1st Januaiy. 1876. T'ieH0y0R4BI£TJXBMlHlSrtBr0BtfUTOl I Brisbane t Sift,-I have Hie honor to lay before you my Report on the Gold Fields trader my chaige for the year 1876 CHAftTEKS TOWKBfi. ^Tbe quantity ot oold «.»( by Kuort during the year from this mid amounts to 99,277 ots., exceeding the return of 1674 by 0982 ou. The qauitity of stone orushed dunng the yesr, as given by the monthly returns oitteeieii fmm the various qnarU*ttfU6hing machines, is 30,876 tons, and the yield of gold therefrom is given as fi2j214 oss. The quantity of stone crashed ex* eeedsthat of the preceding year byGSSG tons , the yield of gotd per ton of 6tonef by-the machine returns, is X ot. IS dwts. 17 gra--by the amount of gold sent by Rscort, 1 or. 17 dwte.14 grs. Tbe difference of 7014 ou. shewn between that of the machine returns and the true amount sent by Escort arise*, I believe, from the fact that the snaehine owne...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADELAIDE. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

ADELAIDE. March 6. I The "Sumatra," with the Suex mail, arrived thi» morning at daylight, aud wai plnoed in quarantine. Her newi auticipated by cable.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Determined to be Honest. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

Determined to be Honest. THE otl&rday(saysthe Detroit JVree Prett) a man with agaunt look' halted' before au eating stand at the Central-Market, and, after a longiatfrTey of the viands, he Mid to the woman: .. - - " I am a poor man', bat I'll be honest if I have to be buried in the pauper's field." " What's"the mitter nowP" asked the woman, regarding him with euSpicoii. " No one, ww cite pick up a 20 dollar bill bore by this stand early thiB morning;.but, as I said before I'll be honest.'V' " A 20 dollar hill-pick up!" she whis pered, bringing abland smile to bar face. " I snppoBe," hp continued, *' jhat some one pacing along here opuld have dropped such a bill; hut it eesmB more reasonable to think that the money was lost by yon." " Coot talk quite so loud," she said, a* she leaned over the statiijj. " You are au honest (nan, and I'll have your name put iu the papers, so that all may know it. I'ui a hard-working widow, and if you had'nt brought; baot that mpuey it would hav...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Coffin Dealer Wanting a Notice [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

A Coffin Dealer Wanting a Notioe "I'VE taken your paper for twenty-si* yeare/^ he oommenoea, as be reached the head of tha etairs," and now. I want a puff." He was 0 verr tall slender man, had a (aoe which liadhY united dace 16(2, and hie neck was embraoedt by a white cravat, and bis hands were tiunsl into hlsek (.loves, " IVe got a new heane, a: new stock of coffins, and I want a local notice," he oonttnued, as ha sat down and sighed as if ready to sorcirja coffin lid down. "Mr dear sir," teplied the man in the comer, "I've met you at a gwat many funerals, and your general bearing has created a favorable impression. You sigh witt the sighers, grieve with the grievera, end an extra occailons you can shed tears of sorrow even though you know ypn can't get 10 per cent, of your bill under six months." "Tei," sighed the undertaker, iustinstively measuilig the table with his eye, and wonder ing to himself wny editors* tables weren't covered with orape, with raws of coffin nails around th...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

The Machines. Tons. Claim. - 0t« dwLTgr. 90 Wellington p.c.... ... 824 3 0 37 do Ci 6: 0 35 .Maude St. Lodger ... 16 .17. 0 11 ViotoriaNo. 1 7 19 0 30 Surtase ... © 0 No atone to crush; going to b ang up for e met. ONK*AND*ALL. I Jlftinbo* Ho. 2 and p.c. going through. - - ENrKRPElSE, ' Qaeen Ko. 4 going through. j Mar LOUISA. Wyndhanj p.e, going through. .

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 — 8 March 1876

OPINIONS OF Tfifl-rftBBS TTBEK," '* I* tffcpei ^yfell adkpted to the wfents ofjbusb j life."-Jpaity ticr*ldt - [ ' "Is honestly worth the money. There U ii° .fist up * about it; and yet it ii well got vA And mil bear the v-ftf** M We welcon* IJS&B? tmpcfe ifelan .bmxyfaut and valuable scKuu6n*tx> t&o rapidly InerbKomg list of Queensland newspapers."- Gympie Times. "Coutains a Urge amount ci iutereeiiug and ?arifd reading matter, and is soldat the cheap rate of fourpence per copy. We should hui^ine that the jdarnal is likely to be *try snccoefui and command an extcueive cireulatiuii."- H'.'Aj Bay Nem. 11 Promises to bo a decided accession to colo-t »ia1 literature.-Chronicle. *' Well calculated U>, iuelruct and tmuw the family circle."-Tooyooomba Chronicle. 11 Willi oo doub', run the Queensland#- vory close."-Evangelical Standard, " There is an attractiveness about it that will ( commend it to any and ereiy class of society."- { Bnndaberg Star. " Already takes r...

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"THE WEEK." A JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, FARMING. MINING AND GENERAL INFORMATION, AND AMUSEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

"THE WEEK.f A JOURNAL OF COMMEROB, F. MINtNG AND GBNKJUl UATION, AN1) AUOaEJ^EKB .RtirNft. liit'Otf ^ Published at Brisbane even* Gatuil wg i- t*m© for the country mail*. ^rioe KourptiRce; .ubacription uags per quarter, or Fifteen Sh] annum, inadraooe. - " Thb Week," aptj^fchBUifadiiig period it hM been in ttxutonoe. hu degree of popiuarlt/t buUil niEKe mi] throughout-^. ^Mnr«:vlifitrici+.l 1 saogmit <£p«rf5tionii o\ iU tbui indicating that thereby a publ tun hM been «upplied. 'our tiiiil lllinga por the 'briel utiaiitutl a. 'opolis and the projector*, i desideni

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MIXER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTBERK MIXER OFFICE OCa DBISBANE TELKOEATniC AGENT.] BBI6BANE. Maroh 6. T'le Government workmen are agitating for the initiation of tho eight .Lours eyatem, the Dock laborers bare re fated to relura to work aatil their request for abetter hours 4s granted. Cablegrams state that Belknap, fipcretarj fc>r War United bt&tes, has been compelled to resign in' consequence of disclosures made in Congress in reference to the sale of commie*, tfoca by hiut sod other ma'practioee. The 1 Senate has ordered bis impeachment, Mnreb 7. Tlie Mayor proposes to apply to the Gorern i ment for the loan of £50,000 for corporation I worlts. I A wan well known as the Mouse drank a whole bottle of brandy iu oue drink at a hotel in iioma. and died shortly after in . the lockup*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

WEDNESDAY, MABCH 8, 1876. IT is admitted that our strictures on hospital "management haw already led' to results beneficial to tho institution itself, and to tiie general public also, by diminishing their liability to increased taxation. Among tlie causes of involve ment and embat rasmeut already uoticed, one deserves par-ticularconsidera'ion-the admission of non-paying patients. The ticket-holders are the poisons directly responsible ^forthe disgraceful slate Jo which the. hospital has ' been reduced, and in'the interest of the public we demand that a list of the non-pa)^n£ patients admitted last year, and of the contributors who gave thorn tickets, should be published. It will be seen then whether there is any ground for ?he as sertion that publicans, butchers, bakers and o'hore have manipulated those adr niBuonT tickets for (heir own benefit or sot. The toUas "loafers" is to be found even hem, and they have their patrons and backers;. TfceiV i» aiptyer olasa, the "curmudgebtu,'' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

DEATH. ON Tuesday, March 7, Marie Anne Hassard, wife of William Hassard, aged 25 years. [Home papers please copy].

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
(From a Correspondent.) RAVENSWOOD. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 March 1876

(From a Comipondeot.) EAVEN8WOOD. On)j 6 small portion of the London Company 'e machinery was sold: buyers various. The rest has been kept to try and atart a company. (From the C. Herald) . Tha following prirate telegram, received by our local station master, Mr. T. H. Cowl, yes* terday morning from Mr. Canty, at the other end, lias been courteously placed at our disposal by the former gentleman, he knotting foil well the oxtrmuii satififaciioii with which tba public would read ti|c welcomo ioteliigcnoo..:-. I'ALMERVILLli, . - j . ...... c Tuesday, February ,£2. ICew* from KdwardctoiCri, ^uet received, pHngs the intelligence that the Udwardbtoqru quartz crushing machine is.iu full operation" and busy crushing. ' ' , i Several parcels of stone have passed Under the stampers, the first of which, supposodto be from, tbo AJiiance, nveraged C bzp to tlio tOD. The second parcel did not realise os high as ihe first, averaging only 4 oia to the ton. A third parcel of 90 tons, supposed to be...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. March 9th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

SYDNEY. Marcli flth. I A sum of £20,p00 has been subscribed toward* pacing (lie expomes cf a shipment of frozen meat to England. Largo contributions are expccLed from Victoria for the same object. The debate oa the second reading of the Education Sill has commenced. March 10. Blunt, a surveyor, died in two hours after taking strychnine in tmetalce forsglts. A tqeetiog held to advocate a railway to Hawarra broke up in disorder.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

MELBOURNE. The Legislative Council have rejected tlio Legal Professions Amalgamation Bill. It u the intention of the Government to with* raw the property tax. Scarlet fever U veiy prevalent. The Australian Cap won by Riolimoad. Dead heat between Jew and Dartifice. Imperial Produce Stake* woa bj New Muoetcc.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Millchester Small Debts Court. MARCH 2ND. Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

Millchester Small Debts Court. MAIIOU 2ND Before C. 8. DICEEN ESQ., R.M. dosrpu ajtc v. James U-regg-wages. Mr. Bowker appeared for pIpintifT Mr Carter, for defendant, applied for*f»n-BtiJh'£n tbe grounds that the causo of action lay in 'i'ovrnsvillc. Both parlies resided toei« when, (be alleged debt was incurred. Plaintiff non suited. W. A. Boss v. G. Lingard, £1- 10a. board and lodging. Mr. Carter appeared for plaintiff. The plaintiff deposed that defendant was boarding at the hotwl; had a room to himself and a photographic room; ho acknowledged him as landlord by paying £2 10s. on a Dill furuubed by hiui. By defendant: The first account tendered, was on the Slsr January, defendant paid £2 10s. before he received tike transfer of the license. By the Police Magistrate: On tho 17 th Januaiy became the lessee oC HisUon'a hotel: tiok tbem from the Jo.nt $toek Bank t his prc aecoewr was Hansford ; ho got the transfer on 2nd i ties Jay in February; until then he was only agent of the fo...

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