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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

NEW ZEALAND. I Welukgton, March 6. ] buver ore lias been discovered at Mount Rangitito near Hokatiki. Hie assay from one sample gave a return of seven tiuiidred and' thirty-five (735) ounces to the too. Another ?ample gave three hundred ounces. Great erritement prevails. The lands Office rushed and GOOO ocras taken up. Hold over, Charters Toivera Police report aud other matter. .lie following Are tlie returns of revenue for last month in tbe C.P.B. department, Millohen I terFeet, £1 lis. 6d.f fines, £5 ; license, ££ 17s. fid. j brands assessment, £I 6a.: totul. £10 GE. An action lias been commenced in tbe District Court by Mr. Liuklater against Dr. ticliaifien. berg for oral slander, damages £G0, and for libel, £60. The case is to be uied ut the next Bitting* of tbe court, 20th Mamh. Tbe Cooktem Herald of tbe lit haa a leading article advocating the passing of a new Mining Act, being evidently in profound ignorance that such an Act as tbe Ho Liability Act of 1876, price to, ii to be...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CIMRIEBS TOWER9 AND TOWNSVILLE I.IJE8SHE&&CO. BEG to thank the public of- Charters lowere. Uillchester, and surrounding distrii'ls Tor (be very liberal support, hitherto accorded them. Being the '"PIONEER STOREKEEPERS of this field, the; have always endeavored tn fur' ther theinterests and progrcii of the fit-Id and population to' tbo beet of their abilities and ptcuninry position, and after a term of four ;carf, find th^tiolveS, ''thonW 'to the 'public," »mply . I. Jj. *. CO.'S business has processed villi the Field, and they are now in a position to offer to the pub)Io . Advantages Jo ?B.wtmsot of stocks, low prices, and acroi d&tion second to cone of the rival firm*, "wfc hfl?S"iiJbe fterted burineBs on tlie "Cat " aodotUr principles. The approaching tret wsbod has indoced us c piwurt eti cunts stocks of General Merchandipe - sdtMtturthe demandin quality,assortment, -d price, to snit the Wholesale aud Hetail con umpmption of thin community. O...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Machines. ONE-AND-ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

The Machines. OKE-ANJJ-ALL. TODS. Claim. 01, dwt. grs 676 No. 2 l.einbow ... ... 870. 0 0 P»C. Jtuinbow in retort and No. 1 going tbtough. VEHU0. Hung up«inco Wednesday, ENTERPRISES, No. 4 Queen going through, Uisr LOUISA. North Australian p.c. and Ewlward Ho going tbrougli.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

WANTED a General SERVANT. Apply at the West Const Hotel. WAITED Tenders for erection of a WHIM on t)ie PJSAB0D7 P.O. For particular, applv to the claim. Alexandra Leasehold Gtoldmin ing Co.-No JLiability. TENDERS WANTED. TENDERS are hereby invited for the further sinking of Whim Shaft in tile sbove claim to a farther depth of 20 feet, or till reef is etruck.. Specifications may be eeen at the Company's Office, Chatters Towers. The lowest nor any tender not necessarily ' accepted. Tenders will be received until 7 p-tn. SATURDAY KEXT. By order of the Provisional Directors, W. A. ACKERS. Seoret&ry. Alexandra Leasehold Gold Mining Company. NO LIABILITY. A X Extraordinaiy Meeting of Shareholders will O. be held at the Oompany's Office, THIS EVENING, at 8 p.m. , Business.--Signing memorandum and articles of association, and election of permanent directors. By order of Provisional Directors. W. A. ACKERS, Secretary. Public Notice. THE COLUMBIA LEASE GOLD-MIKING COMPANY. A MEETING o...

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Millchester Police Court. MARCH 9TH. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN, ESQ., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

Millchester Police Court- * MAUCH 9TH. BBFOUR C. S. OICKFIK, ESQ., P.M. Police v. W. A. Ross, permitting gambling witb dice in hie licensed house. Air. Bowker appeared for defendant, who pleaded11 not guilty." The Poliec Magistrate, before the case pro* cieded, said he wished to make a few tomorks1 respecting tho objection wised by Mr. Carter the IflBt asy to Cue summons, on tbo grounds that it did not buar tho seal of lbs juatifce who issued it. lie had then upheld the objection because it was the police who prosccuted, und au adjournment was asked for. Ho bad nince looked into the Act, and found that the word used was " should," not " tball," and therefore it was not imperative. It had been alleged that where any prescribed form was required it should be striet'.y adhered to. Oo referring to Victoria section 11 and 12, chap. 43, he found that no irregularity in the summon* " in substance or form" would invalidate the summons, and, therefore, any oue refusing to obey a summons beca...

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

THE QUEENS*.A.NDER" : For 1876. | AMOStO the special fegluros of The Queens lander for 1876 will4 bo the issue of a Series of ' District Haps of Queensland, | giving the latest information ia the possession of tbe Laads Department and showing distinctly the Public Lands open to Selection, in the various Land Agents' districts througbont te Colony. Each Plan, as issued* will contain plain printed | instructions as to the mode of acquiring laud I conditions of settlement, method of keeping the plan an authentic record of the progress of land settlement in each district, find such other infor mation as may be likely to prove profitable to our country readers. As the work will entail greptcost pn4 labor tbe Proprietors trust that thosejinte^psted xri\ recognise their efiorls Id "ioppiy b great and long Arrangements have also been tnade to secure Ch* services of a practical and competent Agricultural Reporter, whose time Will oe exclusively 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 — 11 March 1876

H. J. W. BOWKER attonug, Solicitor, proctor, CEoit* 6qmncer, &c., Ou be consulted dii|; at Hilton's Hotel, HlLLOHESrUit. . T. S. Garter. SOLICITOR. heraeft 'Mining Etchange Hotel. Charter* lowers. ,J.,B Cowan, JLTTOEMBV un> 80LI0IT0B, ~ OOMttiBSIONEU vob AFFIDAVITS, io., ' OHA&TBBS TOWEBB. a a. PUEOELIi. <M.D, A SUUGIioN, (UMBied tinder theQueenelaad Murlim) Board,) Has BEUOVEO from the Club House Hotel to bis new residence, neurlv opposite the Masonic flail, Mioer-ltreet, where be can be consulted daily, J A. Boharffenberg, Dr. med., ParetoiAN, Subobon, m ACCOUCHEUR Duly qulified at tbo Medical Board. . CgAtiTEBB TOWBBB. Oil WAR JANG, QfittERAL STOREKEEPER, OHAETEEf? TOWKBS. Manleoi & Co.. i^NEBAL STOREKICEPKRS, Cuitom House and Fortrarditig Agcbts, TOWK-nLLE. I. ALAND, .'.'."OTieMEEB * ©©jasaasaasini £®ekit JtlKEB 6TBEET, OBee j Ticrney's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWIiliS. William Jackson, A VGTIONEE B, i?eneral Commission Agent, MOSSMA...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

Telegraphic News. NOKTBBRK MINER OFFICE OUB BB18BAX7B TELEQIUTIIIO AGENT.] -BUISBANB. March 9. IK tbc case Godfrey vcrtug Bailey the appeal \ dismissed, the costs of appellant fuiliog to obtain | a judge's certificate to costs at the timu ul j verdict. Qarlin has un1 optlitionally resiguod the muPter febip of the Gran mai School. Sinoo the land ng at Maryborough of the im* migraots bj the " Indus*' eleven hare been sent I to the hospital i iffcring &um typhoid fever, and | two have died. March 10. At a Humeroi sly attended meeting held here 1 the formation of a Cricket Association was J resolved OD. | Cablegrams state that Poo Carlos, on taking I refugo in JJrflnce, was ordered to leave the I country. He is now residing in London and] aliU lii&intaine.tiis right to the throne of Spain.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

SATtJflDAV, MAROH 11, 1876. In t&a starting of companies liere under the No J'ipbility Act particular care should bo taken that no clause is allowed in the Artices of Association opposed to the principles of the Act. In one of the companies nlreudy floated a boi rowing |iower to ilie extant of two calls litis been granted to tile permanent directors. This we consider opposed to the spirit of the Act, and at variance with the very object for which it was introduced. The trans actions under the No Liability Act are all cash, and no borrowing powers are granted or conemplateJ by it. Wo question wliether registiaiion of a company re-1 cciving ihis borrowing power from the shareholder would be granted, and if granted, such borrowing power would have no legal force. In the case referred to, supposing the directovd to ask for a loan fjoqi a bank, what security could they offer for the money 1 The calls covering the loan may never be paid, as the shareholders may refuse to pay even ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 March 1876

DEATH. HASSARD.-—On the 7th instant, at her residence, Charters Towers, Marie Anne, the Wife of William Hassard, native of Grossheragth, Baden, Germany, highly respected by all who knew her, leaving two children (both girls), one 2 years and the other 4 years of age, to mourn her loss. [Home papers please copy.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

A Vitalizing Elixir. Nervous, weakly persons frequently dose themselves for imagiaaiy diseases when fill they require is wholesome inngoration. Thousands bare reoovered robust health, by sub stituting for unwholesome drags a pure and agreeable vitalising elixir which solaces the nerves, overcomes digestive andjother functional weakness or disorders, and is prescribed by four thousand intelligent physicians. We allude to Udolpho Wolfe's tScliiedam Aromatic Schnapps. DEAffH. PpbceLl. -On the 12tb March, at Charters Towers, Mercy Irena lima, aged 5 mouths, only daughter of Dr. Herbert O. Parcell. W ANTED a General Servant. Apply to Mrs* FcboEll, Church Sill, Charters Towers. w ANTED a General SERVANT. Apply at the West Coast Hotel. CENSUS, 1876. COLLECTORS WANTBD-NOBTH KEN NED F DISTRICT. FOR particulars, apply to the undersigned, at the Court House, Uillchester, on MONDAY, 20th March, between the hours of 9 a.m. and P'm" FRANCIS GILL, Ennaerator. Notice. THE Banks will be GLOBED on FR...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. TO THIS EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

Correspondence TO THIS EDITOR. Sra,-In last Saturday's Advocate I noticed a letter from the chairman of the last Hospital Committee meeting-and a handtome chairman, too!-in the latter partofwhioh be referred to myself, I being, I presume, the " filial baton" he mentions. Now, I tell E. P. Graham that he is aiiah, and a very ugly one. I never bad a baton in my hand, neither did I wear a blue jacket, whion S. P. Graham might not be able to Bay for himself- I have nothing to say to the possessors of batons, and I think that Graham would find a difficulty -in keeping his shell together were it oot for the batons and their owners j but I can't stand by And listen to a fellow like Graham imputing falsehoods such as appeared in last Saturday's Advocate without coming out and proving the author of tbem a liar. This is a oowardly way for this " game-bird," as he styles himself, to fight. When he sees he is beaten by you, sir, be says to himself, *'I can't make anything out of T. O'JL, so I w...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS TOWEK9 AKD TOWNSVILLE i. LzssmeK&co. BEG to thank the public of Charters Towers. Millchester, ana eurrounding districts for the very liberal support hitherto, accorded them. Being the PIONEER STOREKEEPERS of this field, they have always endeavored to fur* tber the interests and progress of the field and population to the best of their abilities and pecuniary position, and after & term of four year?, find themselves, " thanks to the public," amply rewarded. I. L. & GO.'S business has progressed with thePield.and they are now in a position to offer to the publio Advantages In assortment of stocks, loir prices, and accomo dation second to none of tfio rival firms, which have since started business on the " Cash," "Plain Figure*," and other principles. The approaching wet season has induced us to procure extrusive stocks of General Merchandise Jo advance of the demand in quality, assortment, and price, to suit the Wholesale and Retail con* ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic News, NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

Telegraphic News, NORTHER# mmm OFFICE OUB BRISBANE TELEOEA.PHIO AGENT.] BRISBANE. March 14, I?aioiaiibkt has b&en further prorogued until the 2nd May. It trill probably mcetforthedespatch of businp&s ID the third week of May. Friday, St. Patrick's Day, will be a public holiday. Cablegrams announce that the Prince of Wales is leaving Calcutta on life return home to-day. The utmost loyalty Las been displayed through out bia tour iu Bengal. Bo shot seventeen tigers. S'be departmental constitution of tie French Cabinet has been modified. Dupare ia Premier. Deoazes, 6ay, and Crisy remain on it, while the rest of the Ministry arc members of the Loft Centre. The Turks have lost 800 killed, several guns, and suffered a eeriou* defeat from the Hereego vinianson the 6th March. March 14. The Suez mail arrived yesterday.

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Charters Towers Police Court. MARCH 10TH. Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ. P. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

Charters Towers Police Court. MABCH 10TH. Before C. 8. DIOEBK ESQ. P. M. Jane Buchanan v. Pasquale Nigro --unlaw fully deserting hi* male child. Mr. Carter appeared for complainant Mr* Cowan for defendant who pleaded *' Not Guilty V aod denied the pateranity of tne child, Jane Buchanan deposed; Knew the defend* not; bore an illegitimate child to hie; lie was born on tbe 18th ofOclober, 1873; he is tiro years and six months old; the defendant is the father of the child ; has summoned him for deserting bis child; he has been paying £1. s*week up to five weeks ago; is a single woman i defendant never denied to her that he was the father of the child; when she went for tbe money hit wife objected to his paying* saying the child eras not his; was living at Mist Smith's when she bad in* tercourse with defendant; be is a publican and lias paid £1. a-vreek ,* be gave ber money regu* larly up to fire weeks ago. By Mr. Cowan: Had intercourse wftn no other man but the defendant; had to do with...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. March 13. 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

SYDNEY. March 13. 1 A boat containing five oseo, on returning from a fiebiag excursion, capaieed outside ftewc&atle. One man was drowned. The others were flared with difficulty. Ibe beat in the Boorke district is intense. March 14. The Fitcroy Iron Company shipped fifty tons of iron to San Fraucisco. Messrs. P. N. Russell and Co. have closed thair eugincering establishment in consequence oftheactionoft.be Labor Union and the uncer* tainty of tfao labor market.

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The Machines. ONE-AND-ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

The Machines. ONE-AND-AXL. T006. Claim. Of. dvrt. gre 1H Bsinbow p.c 153 o 0 Rainbow No. 1 going through. VENUS. Imperial sod Queen Nos. Igoiog thrOMgb BKTBBPBI8B, Queen No. 4 going through.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOUBNE. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

MELBOUBNE. March 13. Tbe population tf tho colony was over £20,000 at tne end of last tear. HiMBio**.-Siaitava, Yoodle, Nowbold Newkaeeet Phie.-Richmond, Invitation, Melbourne. * March 14. Richardson, n member of the Assembly, has poisoned himself. A tucinbcr of the National Reform League has given notice of motion to obtain signatures throughout the colony to * petition to the Queen, praying for the recall of Governor Bowen because he supported tbe HoCuUoch Ministry in tbe deadlock. Held over, yesterday *e Police Court, which trill appear in our next. The Licensing Court was adjourned fromTues* day until to-morrow, at 12 o'clock-Millchcstcr, One person, obarged ye*t«rday in the Police Court with being drunk in a public place, was cautioned and discharged j The raffle advertised to take place on Saturday night neat, at the Exchange Hotel, will not come olf, owing to Mr. Owen O'A'eil having purchased the photon.-£ADVT.] Mr. Thomas, manager of the Rainbow, requests lis to correct the ...

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Mining Companies.—No. 4. (Per favor Northern Miner.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

Wining Companies -No. 4. (Per favor Northern Miner.) The time having arrived when tbe introduction of capital will be necessary to auist in developing at a depth the mines on this field, a few words upon the subject m&y not be out of place. The preeeut stagnation existing in the mining centres of tbo other colonies oan be traced in tbe first instance to tbe formation of " bogm com* panies," and on tbe othfer band, through tbe In* sufficiency o£ capital necessaiy to develope the mine. Duiiag the miniag mama of 1872 ic New South Wales, imaginaty lines of reef wire eagerly molted off or purchased by a horde of amateur speculators, and as eagerly disposed of to tbe verdant public at fabulous sums j BO the game went on, until Hill £nd alone absorbed two and a half millions sterling. Competent men were then appointed to inspect the mines on be half of Sydney and other investors, and tbe ex amination lea to the closing up of mines whioh were floated for the purpose of finding the c...

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Milling News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

Milling News. The Hit or Miss, Old Identity, Victoria, St Andrew, Papuan Extension, and St. George reefs hare gifen sufficient news to form a report tliis week, tbe prospects on the Old Identity and the. St. George beitif particularly good. Sou.e lively work-driving in knofekiug out pegs end jumping ground Ia«t Monde/ morning ou tbe Old Identity-has giveo rise to litigation In the Warden's Court (much to the credit of the regu lations of the Goldfields Act, and the disputants oot in the P.&l'a Court) which yet remains un-; settled, tbe encroachment biang upon the holders of the No. 1 W., wlo are a&o interistcd in the p.c. X mention this as a confirmation of my statement as to the prospects of this line of reef. Tbe 8t. George claims ore rapidly demon strating tbe eiistcnce of a fine reef in Uio Queen Creek Valley, which, from its bearing, is very likely to be a continuation of tbe Papuan Extru sion reef. Considering how fortuitous was the catching of this lead throug...

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