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Wardens Court MARCH 14TH [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

Wardens Court M&ucu 14TH Before Mr Warden CfiaBrKBS ami Meters, 0. KEBB, and G. O'LOUGHLA-N. Assessors. George Embleton and others v. W. J. Jordan and others.-Tresspass and encroachment. Damages £2C0. M.r. Carter appeared for plaintiff. Mr. Cowan for defendant*. The plaint sot fortu that plaiutifEs look up a j block lease of the Henry Harelock, and defend ants took up ground which encroached on it; they played that defendant* should be adjudged tresspassers and damages were laid at £200. Defendants pleaaei pot guilty and put in a p'oi tha' plaintiffs were tresspassers and prayed lor their femoral find claimed £200. damages aud costs. J. W. Moses, watchmaker, * deposed: On August 23rd* 1676, took up a block ol land on. the Havelock tine of reef j got the receipt pro* ducei from Mr. Mowbray ; it is known cow ns the tfavelock block lease, and adjoins No. i S.E. claim, M'Alister and party's claim ; pegged it out properly; knows the claim of the defendants; their pegs did not enc...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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THE REEFS. OLD IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

TUB BEEPS. OLD IDENTITY. Ifo. Z r. (eigiit mem ground).-Tlio pro prietor) are engaged at present in (inking ? straight shaft about 80 (eel behind the one in which, st 65 feat, a good vein of quartz wag got, rather tliin bat rich in gold At 45 feet in the new (haft the; want through a different portion of the eame vein, and hare sunt further oonQdent the Old Identity reef lies below it. No. 1 K.-Coming up from 135 feet level on A block of (tone between and the No. 2. The reef ia considered one of tbe beat shown amongst claims working out ton stone. There is 21 and 8 feet of reef, and gold !. visible in cvoiy pieoe in the heap of 100 tons ia the paddock. The mundlo ii below the preaeut level, and, after the cnulilng, it is Jie intention of the owners to erect a wnim, sink 100 feel into the toundic and clean the claim out to the surface. There ia every warrant for (ping down the underlie, as I the mundio in Mo. 1 is very good atone.J Although' holding but four men's ground along j tbe ...

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

"THE JWEEK." A JOURNAL OF OOMMEKCE, FARMING, HIKING- AND GENEKAL US'FOH HATION, AND AMUSEMENT. Published at Brisbane every Saturday worn* ing i. lime for the country mails. Price Foprpenoo ; subscription- Four Shil lings per quarter, or Fifteeu Shillings per annum, in advance, "The WEEK," notwithstanding lUo brief period it has been in existence, has attained a degree of popularity, both in the metropolis and throughout the coutitry districts, beyond the most sangaine expectations of its projectors, thus indicating that thereby a public desidera tum has been supplied. OPINIONS OF THE PBBS9 ON « THE WEEK." "Ite cooteuts are varied, entertaining, and instructive.''-Quetmlandcr. *' Is a paper well adapted to tho wants of buel) life."-Zfalbv Herald, " Is honestly worth the money. There is fan . get up' about it; and yet it is well got up. and will bear the closest scrutiny."-Northern A. yus. " We weloome The Week as an important and valuable addition to the rapidly incrcasin? list of Qu...

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

H. J. W. BOwKER Sttonteg, Solicitor, Proctor, ffiojt= fjegaticer, Can be consulted daiij at Hishon's Hotel, IIILLCHESX'EB. T. 8. Garter. SOLICITOR Tierney's Mining Sxcbange Hotel. Charters Towera. J. R Cowan, ATTORNEY in 80LICIT0R, COMMIES tONEU FOB AFFIDAVITS, &a, Oiustess Towbbs. HO. PUECBLL. M.D, <fe SURGEON, (Licensed under the Q ueensland Medical Board!) Has PEMOVED from the Club Home Hot?! to his new residence, nearly opposite tbe Masonic fid), Miner-street, where lie can bo consulted dtiljr, J. A. SeharffenbBrg, Dr. mea., PhFBICIAN, ScEGEON, Atti) ACCOTJCHEUB Duly qualified at tbe Medical Board. ohabteus TOWEBB. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, OHAETEBS TOWEE8. Maoleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom House and Forwarding Agehti, TOWNSVILtiS. I. ALAND, &tSSYt®S3EER ft <g{S5fl(ifl!I83I©E3 fiSEOT 3CXNEB. fiTBEET, Office i Turners Mining Eicbangc Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William JackBon, AJJCTIONEEB, General Commission Agent, MOBS...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1876. A BMBBHSE correspondent, and a friend to our field, referring to the petition sent down againRt MOSBUAN'S selections Bays. " It appears to me tliat a great deal of ignorance exists about this Act. The petition talks as if those homesteads could in any way restrict the working of the ground. If you will read tl.e Act you will see that any miner can work iiside a homestead snd in only required to pay ylieti he actually injures IMPBOVEMEKTS. On Gyfnpie this Act has been extensi vely taken advantage of, and no ill results have been complained of, although the area of that goldfield is not one-tenth part of that of Charters Towers. The number of homesteads in Gympie is abont 250. all pt them improved, one was sold for £500 some time ago. The Gympie |cop)e say the Act JIBS worked well by preventing vise from goinjf away to new rushes, that some hundreds of men have stuck to Gympio, because they had comfortable homes, who would have otherwise gone to 'the Palmer ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 March 1876

NOTICE TO OOEBESPONDRNTS. OFF-SIDE LEASES JII our nest.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS TOWERS AND TOWNSYILU5 S.&S881fKR&CO. BEG to thank tbc public of Charters rowers. Millcbester, ond surrounding districts for the very liberal support hitlicrlo aocorded them* Being the 1'IONKKR STOREKEEPERS of this Hold, they have always endeavored to fur ther tfco interests and progress of the field and , population to the best of their abilities tuid pecuniary position, and after ft term of four years, find themselves, 41 thanks to tUo public, amply rewarded. I. L. it CO.'S business lins progressed with llio Field, and they arc now in a position to offer to the public Advantages In assortment of stookB, low pricos, and accomo dation secondto none of the rim! firms, which Jiavc tince started business on the "Cash, " Plain Figure," wid other principles. The Bpproftchiiig wot se&sau has induccd us to procure etJeusire stocks of General Merchandise In adranco of the demand in quality, osBortraont, and price, to suit tfoc^Wbolesale aud llet...

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Fresh Air and Ventilation. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

FreBh Air and Ventilation. THE daily airing of the house through every eorner of it by open doors and windows i* a matter of great consequence, but through iguor auoe or apathy it is too generally neglected. Iu our bedrooms too much care cannot be tftten l-o secure perfect ventilation, since there we spend, ouau average, one-third of our lives. If you can avoid a draft or ationg air current it is tnofit bene* ficml to sleep With your bedroom window open a few inched at top; and therefore the top soah should uever be fixed. Of all things the most I would have you beware Of breathing (lie poison of ouce breathed air.1 It is better as a rule to have no curtains, or valances, about a bed; and the bodstead should not be placed ugaiust a wall, but well out from tbo walls, eo as to admit ot air circulation, as to avoid possible dampness. Do not keep in your bedroom an excess of furniture, lumber, portmanteaus, trunks, and boots; which mono polise breathing apace, aud serve to vitiate the a...

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Correspondence. ANNUAL RACES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

Correspondence. ANNU4L BACKS. TO THE SDITOK. ! BIB,-Through tne incdinm of your valuable columns. T tuiuk it high time to remind the snorting commmunity of this district that tune u on tl»o wing, and that, if they wish their i Auouttl Eoccb to be worth seeing, tiiey should, as early as powible form their committee and issue their programme. The advantage of thug taking time by the forelock would be that the Southern paper® would copy the programme in ample time for owner# of horses in thfi South, to tuake arrangement* to enter. Wo should* ,by 1 that meaus, have a little faosh excitement, and not a tncre repitition of the performances ot last mecLiug, amounting to a dead gift to the ;; one or two horses of known quality up here. I would also suggest that at least .one really good handicap prize, say of of £300, be offf rod, so as to tempt Southerners to compete. Why should we not havo as good horses eutered here, and as good races as auy in the South P I am. Sir, yours, &c.t ...

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An Imperial Insolvent. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

An Imperial Insolvent. WHAT think you of the account sent to ub tbe oilier day of the sort of life led by this precious Sultan P The limes' corres pondent at Paris furnishes us with the fol loiring particulars :-Be reports " that tbe Economizte IVancaix continues its descrip tion of the Sultan's habits and expendi tures. Be pays almost daily viBils to hiB colleotion of wild beasts and birds. Some be makes favorites, whilst to the others he takes a dislike' from the tone of their voice, or other oauses. and they are banished from the Imperial Gardens to tbe extremity of tbe Seraglio. Men-of-war are sent to all parts of the world to increase his col lection, and the Governor of every proviuce tries to afford him an agreeable snrprino by costly presents, Arabian horses, carpets, fruits, &c. So, too, wealthy Mahometans, ms soon as they purchase a bacdsome slave eend tar to tbe Sultan Valide, who never refases hei. The presents, of coarse, do sot oome out of the officials* own po...

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A Connubial Controversy. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

A Connubial Controversy Tug bolt on the back door bad needed re placing for b long tiiue, but it was only the other uiglit tbn Mr, Troatou bad tile pre lonce of mind to bay a new one and take i home. After supper he hooted up bit tools, removed the old bolt aod measured tbc lo. oaliou fur the uetr one . lie must bore soma oe» boles ,aud Mrs. Tlirocton beard him roatniug around the kiteheu and woodshed, slamming doors, pulling out drawers and kicking tbe furniture around. She Went to the head of tbo stain* and called down. ?' Riebard, do you want anything f" " Yea, I do!" bo jelled back. ». I want to know where in Texas that corkscrew is?'' " Corkscrew, Richard f" " Yes, oorkflorew, Richard! I've looked the haute over and can't find it!" " Why, we nevor had one. Richard f" " Didu.t, eh! We've had a duien of 'em in the lust two years, and I bought one not four weeks ago. It'a always the way when I want anything." " But you muni be out of your bead, buB band," she said, aa tbo 'loacoin...

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MELBOURNE. March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

MELllOUBNE. March 17. 109 Assembly lias passed Property lacoiuo <F« Act, Tbo " Durham" b&s arrived, J I A private telegram, reamed liero on Tburs-1 flay, states thal"&u\Mgan had opeucd a goldilcld on the head of the Johnson. Heavy gold found. j The prospects of tb* 8t. George arc improving; I tberq is a good show. They arc down filtvfoct; ! they have etruoV ^ai. folio wed a leader, which U saaki&g right. A meeting of subscribers to the School of Arf s yi\\ be held on Tuesday pight, at "9 o'clock, at the Cltjb House Hotel, to elect trustees and com* mittee. We trust thero will bo a good attend ance. In the Supreme Court, in Chambers, on the prd, in the case Keep vHtaliot^leare was^iven, pn the application of Mr. Blake, Q.C., instructed pv Messrs, Boherts and Dalj, to P. O'Connor Hishon to appear and defend. Fifty shape* in the Alexandra Lease Company, »n which two shillings-|iad been paid, were sold CD Sattyrdfiy at 5s. the seller making a clear pro...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

Mining News. Ay item of mitimg news was purpose!; omitted from last week's report whioli: may be expected to interest Cho whole mining oomnumity; I refer to the altered formation which the con* traotore in 1he jWary Lease shaft cut into in the middle of the week. Awaiting an opportunity of descending the shaft, the probability being in favor of my looming more important particu lars of tho nature a fid prospects of the country, which the reef expected to underlie, I need make no further mention of the matter until next week. The Eoinbow No. I K.it putting through a large body of stone at the Qne-anrt-All battery, monopolising the plant at present $ 1000 tons is the estimate of the quantity that will complete this crushing. Besides tho facts that two whims are in course of erection on the Queen reef, one ou the Rainbow and that preparations arc going on iu at least half a dozen other claimB for working by the same means thore is little news to report. The heaps of stone are very stea...

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Wardens Court. MARCH 15TH. BEFORE MR. WARDEN CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

Wardens Court. SlAtton 15TH. BCi'ORS Mil. WAllDJJN CUABTEIIS. Colter and oLhcrs Jj<:nu McLean, Dreghorn. There was no appiumnce of pluintiflfc ; verdict for defendant. Enos Warburton, J. M. McDonald, and J* Uoekins v. llathcw TOoboy ona party. Mr. Carter uppeurcd for plaintiff, and Mr. Tlowk«r for defendants. Plaintiffs complained tliaf on the 2l6t Feb ruary, 1676, tlioy marked off and took possesion o£ a piccc of land on tho Old Identity line of reef, situated on tho Chancre Towers poldiield, UOO fcofc by 4(H), and kuown us the Old Identity No. 1 S.W., &nd the Bume was worked in ac cordance with the oguiation ; Lbat after taking possession they were info/mcd by some of the defendants that they wore tlic owners of the ground, and {.lie plaintiffs were thereby pre* j vented working tbesamo ; they, therefore, prayed | that the defendants should be declared tress j payors, and that pluiulifftt arc the lawful holders. Tho plea was a trnverso of the whole plaint, linos...

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Charters Towers Police Court[?] MARCH 14TH. Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ. P. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

Charters Towers Police Court MABCU 14TU. Before C. S. DICKER ESQ. P. M. Waller v. Allen, aud cross case, and Altai. v Longstrum, wages, adjourned until half-past Wo o'clock Wednesday. Jobu M.Veigb, charged with uttering base ooin, ca the 12tb March, with inleut to de fraud. Mr. Carter appeared for prisoner. Senior Court able. Utggac, deposed" Know a the prisoner; Wtu. Moore complained to him of prisoner on Sunday the 12tli, he garebim a coin resewblhg a sovereign ; bo said he gob it from *. lielfatt Jack " in a throw of dice t laid an in formation, in conec^ucuce of that, and obtained a warrant; the coiu before the court is not a genuino coin ; it iB a counterfeit; prays. ior ft .remand until Thursday. I by Mr. Carter : It resembles a sovereign; it is not a genuine sovereign; it is a counterfeit of u sovereign i it is Dot gold ., bad seen Chinese voiiik ; they arc not gold; il is not a Cbiucse coiu. Bj-tbe Bcneb ; It is notaQueon'* current coin, in size; it la not b'ko a Queen's cur...

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THE MACHINES. MARY LOU[?]SA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

THE MACHINES. I roue. Claim. Or. dwt.gw. i** % Eastward Ho and > ( North Aiutraliau p.c, j ® North Australian No. 3 going through. ONE-AN'D-ALL. Palnbow No. 1 going through. VENUS. Icpcriftl ami Qiicon No 1 going through* ENfEItP&IBE, Quoon No. 4 going through. ThoOharlevillo correspondent of tbe D. D. Gazette writes 11 Mr tikuthorpCj who recently had some cattlo travelliug in this district, and whiob were impounded and eome of tbem sold in Tambo, and wmob underwont a similar * culling* procoBs at Uharleritlo* was arres.od last week in the town* and on the following morning fined £10 and costB. When he got hotno lie would havo had a nice little r)do of GOO miles. His way bill was incorrect, bonce the eoieurc of cattlo and the fine. The Magistrates and police ore very verr sharp upon drovers here, nud ii#btlv( as audi immense tracts of oountry are being taken up for gracing putposos, and annh large mobs of cuttle are continually moviug (o and fro.

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Millchester Police Court. MARCH 16. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M[?] and H. W. PALMER, Esq., J.[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

Millehester Police Court. Mincu 16. Before C. S. Dickek, Esq., P.lt,. and H \\\ PAUWii, Esq., J.r. Job a TucVeigh, charged with uttering & fipurious coin, resembling, or intended to re* Bcmblc, one of the Queen's currcnt coin, Mr. Carter appeared Tor pri*oncr< Williaui Mount, a miner, deposed , Save prisoner At Peadon'e lUcccoura? Ilotcl on Sun* d&y t prisoner gave him a coin ; they were tos sing with di^c nt the bar; propoeed to tb* prisoner to toss for a pound; was very drunk / staked a £1 note j prisoner put down a coin on the note OD tbo counter; about half an hoar after tendered the coin for drinks; tboy would not give drinks for it; the prisoner, subsequently, offered to give liim a pound lor the coin* Thomas Buckland, asseyer. depoeed ; £un> amincd the coin produced; with the exception of small traces or gold upon the (surface, it did not contain any gold in thu body of tbo coin merely au alloy of copper and tin, and has at some time been evidcut...

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THE REEFS. ROSE OF DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

THE BEEPS. fcOSB OF DENMARK. Though the prospects of this reef do not boar as flourishing an Appearance as when 1 repotted upon it a few months past, 1 consider they are more satisfactory for the dead work; sinking through very hard rock, aad baling constantly ; is nearly finished, oud this reef at 100 feet is likely to be good property. Block Claim Uid off as No. 1 W.; shaft sunk 96 feet; estimated to be close upon reef; forma* tion easier } water rather heavy: two shifts sinking, one baling. The claim is distributed among ten shareholders, whe value their pro* pertjr highly. Prospecting Claim-(two men's eround, sit in party.)-Working with a whip in G0-ft> enaft, at1 which depth reef was cut this week; 18 inches of good stone was left in the face of the reef in the nest shaft above j water requires constant baling, bat eround easily worked No. 1 K B.-a few tons of surface stone from this claim has given a fair yield, but little work of importance that I could bear of was being d...

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St. Patrick's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

St. Patrick's Day Sports. Tub sports at tlio Quean opened yesto»d&>. Mr. Peadon, landlord of the Kucccourso Ifotel, had a ^regular paddock fenood in and covered ftl! round ?villi green boughs- Around the sides ran a Beat veil covcrcd in with branches. On tbe left side >U>od the bar, nod alongside a long dining«room, embowered in green. A capital luucheon was prorided, and the table was well patronised. I'ho whole get up reflects great credit on Mr. I'radou, who spared no expense to mako every -mo oomfortable The sports yesterday wero vitnossod by o. large trnd ivery ihing passed off well, everyone came to enjoy limsclf, and the progroinmo was up to the mark, '.'ho order of tho programme, as published, was :>oi strictly followed, owing lo the difficulty of filing up tbe cnlrancos in tue opeoing contests tor wrestling. The first event was throwing the leavy stone, about Sllbs.-it was nearer to 40 jrize, £2> Thero wore four entrances, Cushen,1 'ioberts, McGui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 March 1876

"THE WEEK." A JOUHNjUj OF COMMERCE, INARMING, MINING AND GENERAL INFOR MATION, and AMUSEMENT. Published at. Brisbane crcJ'y Saturday morn ing i. Uuti for the country mails. Price Kourpenoe ; subscription-Four Shi!-! lings per quarter, or Fifteen Sliiiliiigo per Annum* in advance, » uT*E WEEK" potwitligtanding the bricl period it lias boon in tfxistcnce, bus attained a degree of popularity, both in tlie mciropolib and throughout the country districts, beyond the inost sangaijie expeutationu of its projectors, ;hui indicating tbat thereby a public desidera ta® has beuu supplied. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS OF " TEE WEEK." M Jts contents &t£ varied, entertaining, and instructive."-Quecnslandcr. " |le a paper well adapted to tbo wants of bush life/'-JD/fibv Herald, ! ,k{s honestly worth tbe money. There is bo j f gat up * about it; and yet it is well got up, and ' will bear tbe elosest scrutiny.*'-Northern Argus. | 11 We welcome The Week as ao. important Md valuable additiou to tbe ra...

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