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SYDNEY. March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 March 1876

SYDNEY. March SO. I Tbe ffitycfttion Sill ba« collapsed on a poiot of ord^c. ;. Bain j^i^dijF wanted ; a water famine feared. The Government intend to ask for half a million 'for providing a permanent water supply. Jtu ibfljietiitiM'committee hns brcn appointed to raise funds.forDMJberit'eNew Guinea Expe dition. Apderaonoti, Madaqie MuraWs hu&baud, is dead. M>rcli 24. Oold ha* btonatfuek In payable quantities at Orangs; men sinking aell. The following telegram wan received here yesterday; 4*The ? Bpnshee' wga wrecked on jJinehbrook Inland on Tuesday afternoon; a fearful ecen* occurred ! Tbirty»tbree qayed ; tweaty-fcwp * lost !. The sumrors lived ou the island two days and were rescued by the schooner f8punkip' apd brought to Townsrille." The "BanBbeeViraBOii ber way to Cooltown, She ft owjjedby Mr Jai.. Burns aud Captain Ovens, who com naatjed W* She left TuFusviUe on Uonday. . In the District Court yesterday, in the esee ^lossmau v. Mills,duoaga from water. n,ve>dict...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 March 1876

WANTED ft General SERVANT. Apply <* the Daibv, St. Patrisk Beef. /^HBI8T CHURCH.-To-morrow Night, 7'80 'J Sui/eot: Thb Pool I ' ^ Opening- of St. Paul's Ohuroh THE above Church trill be opened for Obubob purposes on SUNDAY, tneiStb inst." ' Homing Service 11 .Afternoon " 3 p.m." Evening " ... ... 7.S& {*0.. THE INOUMBEVT Will preaob the Opening Sermon in themorolng and MB. J. JONES, OP RA.venswood, In the Evening. . The preseuce and eupport at all « ntpeotMIjr W- B. ALFORD, Hon. Beo. Chttrteri Towen, 16th Marob, 1B76. CHARTERS TOWERS SCHOOL OF ARTS. i GENERAL Mooting' dfJ MbBpribers will be A. held at the Olub House on TUESDAY night, the 28th llaroh, at nine o'clock, to elect trustees, oBlcera and oommitteot and to tnuu. net other business. -I. O'JCANE, hoa. ee#.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 March 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CKABTEBS TOWERS Juid TOWK8VJLLE "IlBOfto thank the public of Charters lowers, J5 j^iUphester, ind surrounding districts for the vety'liberal eupportbitherto aocorded them. Beiiji thb" PIONEER STOEEKEEPEBS of thtiwud/they ha*o alfTays endeavored to fur therfthe intaretU and/progi-MS of tbe field and population to tho best of their abilities and pecuniary position, and alter a term of four yeaw, Bndthsmselves, "thanka to the public," amplj tottMed. 1 t5t>.*S bdsinesa has progressed with the fewtdj'tind ttoey ate now in a position to offer tothbfeqMta ' ' Advantages | In Nfptippiit.ojE^toaks, low prices, and accomo dation ewond to. none of Hie rival fitms, Which har$', Ailoe' started business on the "Cash," " flain'FigWctj," and other principle!. Dto approaching vet season has induced us to pnepte erleniire etocks of jpeaefcal Merchandise ID idvatioe of the demand in quality, atscrtmetit, sod ptfce.'to euit-tfca Wholes*!* cud tefaiJ coa ?unipeiptfoc tXthis .community. ...

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District Court. MARCH, 21ST, 1876. CIVIL SITTINGS. Before Mr. Acting-Judge HELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 March 1876

District Court, MARCH 21st, 1876. CIVIL SITTINGS. Before Mr. Acting-Judge HELY.     P. O'C. Hishon v. E. Rutherford, unlawful de- tention of a buggy and harness, £120. Mr. Bowker, with Mr. Carter, appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Cowan for defendant. The following jury was sworn to try the case:   — Messrs. S. Tough, J. C. Hutton, George Tough and A. Fraser, the last juror called from the   body of the court. Mr. Carter stated the particulars of the case; plaintiff had given defendant's husband, the late   John E. Rutherford, a buggy as security for the loan of £100. The buggy never belonged to Rutherford, and the mouey was paid back. Patrick O'Connor Hishon deposed: Is out of business, with the exception of a slight interest he held in the corner over the way; knew de-   fendant's husband, John E. Rutherford, a chemist, deceased; had a buggy, bought it in Brisbane, and paid £80 for it" in March, 1875; at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

HISTORY of QUEENSLAND, I Bv William COCTU. THK rubli.'n'iori <?( ti.it- work will COMUEhCE I iu Mo. L6, (April 8,) of "THE WEEK/' Agent® must Ecni their orders for extra cipitf? j CQ or before 4ib .of April.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

ft i/W. BOWKER Sttorhes, Solicitor, Proctor, (Eoit= begancer, &c.. Did be oMunlted.daily »t HUhon'a Hotel, U1LLOHESTBU. ;.. T. is. darters ? BO f. I 6 IT OK TierneVa l&otnc ExcV»ng» Hotel. Ch%rt*rs \ ? * <? ,,^' tt'oweri. ~ 3. R. Cowan, ? ATTORNEY **» SOLICITOR, OOMMtSSlOKEU hi AFFIDAVITS, 4a, ? ? Ojkatiu Towees. HO. P U B ,C E Lb. M.D, & SUUGEON. (Uornwd under the Queensland Medical Bond,) V-. Hal feBttOVEDirem the Club House Hotel tohii cieir re»idenee,n«rlT o'ppoiite the Muontr ff.i), 'WMMtmi, where be can be consulted «Wlj, A Scharflfenberg, Dr.mea., PanictAH, Gdhoeo.v, a*« AocoiiciiEnR ptilj yltflid at the Medical Board* CHAtlTEllB TOWEBB. ON WAR JftNG. OBNEft AL STOREKEBPBR, CEABTEnB TOWKftS. Manleod * Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Ou^iD Hbun «b(l Forwarding Agftbtt, I. AI./UND, M36TIBHEHI fc e©S28Sa«8!SJ3 &©E«T UIKEB ETBIiET, OBoet Tfomey'a Mining Etcliangc Hotel, CHARTERS TOWKUS, William Jackson, JL V C T 1 O X E JS n, General Commissi...

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LONDON. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

MSDOtf, March 23. | After a lengthened nnd animated debate in ilic CoiujtPons the third reading of the Queen's N.ev Title Jlil] was earned on a d vision by 209 to 141. Disraeli adv.. cutcd, on |oliticfll grounds, lit1 |-as-ing of iheBilJj.esjiecia'ly urging iljat the advance of ttURsia's interests towards cui Indian Iron lie I and tht-ir conieinjflA'ed conquest of Turtary Here well-kno«vn matters. That the assumption by tlie Queen of 'he tit e of impress of [n ia woiij i ie tegarde.d as u'i unmistaka'j.e sjgn of 1)10 rqKolutimi of the Government to maintaii ilie J>i isli Empire intact . Lowe and Fuueett Blrongly censured thp allusions mnjp to ihc deigns of Russia.'

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1876. Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

WiJDXRSDAY, MARCH 29, J876. Telegraphic News. ttOHTEEItS JIWER OFFICE [rncai oru srjsbihj; TEiEBiurHic lojarr ] BUISBAXE, March -28.i SLIGHT rains l«ve fallen. The Western drought is still very feevf.re. . - The Central Bdardof UenlltilmK ordered the i-el ease "of iJie^TVeti tui Moum-cli" from gu<i taurine. In the gi-f-at mii.ing eas Koomui v Hollyinan, Gynijiie, tlie Privy Council lias reversed the judgement. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

WAN IE it a Genual Snrtmt j «B«rrieJ woman preferred. Arjily, Mr., i'TitfSoTr, iJosrd Sag Hams, Queen. Columbia Lease Gold Milling Co. .so LUBJWIT. AN Extrabr^inaiy General Meeting of Sharp holder in the ihuve. Com^un^ wiU be hem fit Rigrtfr Hold, Charters town, oa Weds*8- ; DAT, April 6th. | By order of tlie Dree tons, | A. N. PRINCE, Secretary, j « © m Masonic TfiE'rrgu'iir Moutly Meeting 01 tlie UembeiB of tlie Charter* lowers Mamjiite Lodge trill be held In the Lodge-room, Wedxesd&y tiExt. April 6tb, at-f.'JOu.ui. W. J, BOOTH, Acling-Kotietnry. Missing Friend. (CLAUDE TAD11X CbDimnutcote bv telegram J at oboe nitli J. Jonu, Melbourne. Important, b nai oefi#. Notice NOTICE ia liwbj given that ire, the under Kigned, bate made application. 1'hie l>ajr, for£ Jjease under tlie Gold tieldfl Itegultuicma of j ground known ttBlhe Columbia Heef, containing ! Iibput ten atTit, <*jmmenc;.ng on the eiutorn boundary of ideates £oa. 109 ftud 140. J Aa witness pur.bauds e...

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SYDNEY. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

StDNEV. ilarcn 28. Tl^e Government have do ictep ion 10 int'oluoe an Education ftiU. Various Pcotes ant bo iies at Ooulbo'irnc |»ave iiod unied ji-ay.i'-mee'ings for tain. ' Isaac, barrister, in A. Jiai.ic |irevnils uUput -water (sup !y. ' j r^e Government iiiioud to s.i\e , increased facilities 10 pionaotc iuuuigm- j tion. ' ' ' j

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

srnxBoutiNE. Portfou pf ci wreck has been "found at I Hummuck Island. A hut uasbndtontof ilie wreckage, but no traces of the cr< w were found Theiipseitingofeke-osenelamp resu't^d in the clestruci n of a house. The inmates narrowly escaping with their! yes.' [Wc have lo thank Mr. LinMater for the following telegram received by him from tlie Editor of ihe Queeneluader.-Ed. '&m. 3 Brisbane, March 23 Tbe Brisbane (-ofertVr received tliQ l&anuscript diary of Mnlii an an4 tho pros|>ector& of tlie new gold-tie d on the ! HodgkiiiKon to-dar. It does nrt at nil j justify ihe glowing accounts wired from [ 'the &otih losp'Cting tho tiUuvjal. Mul ligan's party of three men f?jt o ly 3tbs j in ten weeks, and lie lvpo'rts^e never >vorkfd harder for a uimilav quantity | The fi' Id is long bui narrow\ and the gold { very j a'chy ; .tlie reefs a e btpJfevei be 1 good. Mulligau writes (hat tjiere is £! large Reefing district. an4 npve< r,uw...

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District Court. MARCH, 23RD. 1876. CIVIL SITTINGS. (Before Acting-Judge HELY and Assessors.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

©istrict Court; llABCII eSllD, 18W. CIVIL (sIITISOS. (Before Afline-Jinlge Hew and Assessors.) Mobsman-y. Mii.t.B: Damage from influx'br vrnter on Iue K&fttwnrn Ilo tn-wBe. Mr Corter ft)»peitrcd lor plaintiff. Mr Coimti. end Mr Dulj lor defendant, And idi'udc.l Kul Ouiltv. l*rCarter itftted ibt? crtpc foi plninllif. "IV Euitward Ho \vu§ tlir properly nt ploiimti', and lias been working by 0*1 miritrtio from tin? pe. nd joining it; fl^io duftfitdnitt bi-jke down fhe tiil.g wull between liiiislaim uml jm-'b, and Ido ^rfiltiage flowed into 1>U uprterlip fiiiaft, an<l ii w»> Ti questfoii to ef(iit.atu the damage donp bj f t" "rr" r " vi v miner s right, and was at tike tlmr lb 43c of nclion took j)la<56 *'£* JWJ j)??uQr >f ihc pe Gen.Wjndtfflm and owner of the Knnward Ho; defi'Odaiil urn then owner of llieCJfnm No t K »V; vqb working the Eutwurd Ho through un undor* liaghaft in the pe 1 worked from tl e lower level, era in Gt6f#g»t>ut, ditf-orpr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS TOWERS a*d TOWXSVILLE I. UgSMEi&eO. BEO tA thank the public of Charters Towers, MluclrCster, and surrounding districts for tbe Vtey liberal fltipportbUhctto accorded them. fiem* Jbe PIONEER STOREKEEPERS or tttla field/ Ule^MraVealways endeavored to fur* 'ttoer the inte'ri^ju and i>rogr«ssof the ftaltt and fcn>jrattrti<rti to ^tHc beet of their abilities fcnd ?isdtacuaiy (Msitton, and after & term of four ytattg Cod themselves, " thanks to the public/' tttnlply rewarded. t. %. it CO/S business lias progressed with tbs^ield, and they aic now In apposition to offer (o the publ|o Advantages In assortment of stocks, loir pri<r£. accomo dation second to none of the rival li<nn, whi^h twve eii.ee started business oo the " C&tb," " Plain Figurci/' andolbcr principles. The approaching tret teaeon bos induced us to procurc otffnsire stocks of General Merchandise In advance of the demand in quality,««hr>rl...

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The Mulligan M'Leod & Party's New Gold Field (From the Cooktown Herald, 18th) MULLIGAN'S DIARY [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

The Mulligan. M'Leod & Party's New Gold Field (From the Cooklwvn Ueratd, 16th) MULLIGAN'S DIARY Ik order to give » accurate a description of the cnuidly in which the new etluviul mid quartz cold'fleld is ?i'Uit«d, we waited on Mr. J. V. Stuilignn, who kindly acceded to our request for, and gave us the use of bit diary, which tv« no** place ot tie disposal of our readers. On I he 81st December, lt>76, J. V, Mulligan, F IS. Warren. an I Peter Abr'acm' iP-ier B own) Jeff B;«r*t0wn, will) (be intention of prospect' ing the Hodgkineon river cuunlry south of the Mitchell. January 2nd-Arrived at the Emu Creels rush. 4th-Wide letters, and corawcnced pre paring 'or ou^lde pioneering. 6ttt-6hiflcd from Koiu Creek, and patted through a gap at the head of a gorged creek, and rati tluwu the Mai:Vod, which is 8.E. of the Mime gap | then bore E. to the head of the 81 George: prospected the district. bat did not get anything good; proceeded oirr tbe range to the Mitt bell Falls, and did ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

DEATH.     COUPER.—On the 24th instant, of dysentery, Alexander Percy, the beloved and youugest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coupcr, of the Bush Inn, Charters Towers Road ; aged, 1 year and 10 months.

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Total Wreck of the "Banshee." (Townsville Times, 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 March 1876

Total Wreck of the "Banshee." (Townsville Times, 25.)     ON Tuesday morning the steamer Banshee left     the wharf in the creek with four horses on board and a large number or passengers. The,weather was extremely thick and boisterous. At 3.15 in the afternoon of the same day she struck at Cape Sandwich, Hinchinbrook Island, and immediately became a total wreck. It is melancholy to report     a loss of at least nineteen lives. The following, so far as can be ascertained, is a list those saved and lost: and the subjoined narrative is by one of the survivors:—   List of those saved:—Captain Owens, Mis   James (stewardess), B. Coutts (mate), C.   Farsens (engineer), E. Baines (steward). R.   Jornby (carpenter), F. Robinson (fireman), R. gonss (seaman), J. De Jersey (seaman). Passen- gersE. Mullens, F. W. Burstall, Fred. Broad, H. Hughes, J. Capper, T. Harle...

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

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS TOWERS aw> TOWN8V1LLE I. LSSS3SFER&C0. BKQ to thaxifc the public of Charters lowers. Hillcliester, and surrounding districts for tberet^ Ubftraltupportliitherto accorded them. Being theBlOKEER STOREKEEPERS of this field, ilpeyhare almijs endeavored Xo fur ther the InterseU *nd -prions of -the field and population to the best of Abeir abilities and pecuniary ^ portion, and after a teem, of four rear*, find themifelVea, ^ thanks to the public/' amply tewar&ad* t L & CO.'fl business list progreiied with the Field, anfltbeyare new in a position to oHer to th« Jiablio Advantages ! To assortment Of stocks^ Icvr prices, apd accomo dation second to none of the rim) firms, which Have since started business on the " Cash/' *. Plain Figures" ; and other-principlcB. The approaching vet season hag induccd u£ | to procure erteusire stocks of General Merchandise In adranee of the demand in quality, n^Bortmcht, | and pries, to suit the Wholesale eud...

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SYDNEY. March 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

6YDNKY. March 80. 4 Special Bcrriocj were held yet tenia; in lUt Anglican and Wcsleyan churches. The "Gunning" bringB Fijian advices, wliioli »t»to that the planlcn are anxious to relinquish their plantations, in consequence of ttie 'dovc uor'e policy of discontinuing the cmploymout of native labor. MjUVllBl: There are indications of a cessation of tie1 drought. The coining exhibition ot the Agricultural I Society bide fair to be the best yet held. i The Assembly njectcd the motion for setting I apa>I a day for prayer and humiliation for lain.

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Scene in the Warden's Court MARCH 28th, Before Mr. Warden CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

Speno iu the Warden's Court MABcn 28tli, Before Mr. Warden CHARTERS. Mb. Ccwav applied for an Injunction for eeren days, on behalf of the wanager of the Joint Stock Bank, MflldhMtcri to restrain one William Ryan from transferring one-fourth ehare ia the .Rainbow Ho. 1 South, and quoted the section of tlie ^ct bearing 01 tbo point. The Wardon j " Vpw W°N' *n consequence of what you eud against mo it) the case Atoss man ?. Mills, and wbiob 1 see published in the Northern Miner, I do Dot intend to hear any application f roo, you unless yon tnuko an ample apology for^ypijr lahguage."" Mr. Cowan: refuse to apologise. A polo* gire! No. My language was not half strong enough. I wont apologiio." The Warden 1 " You forgot yourself, sir, as a goutleman, and used mopt offensive atvd ruda language, ai|d I will not bear you in this court unless you make a most ample apology.0 Mr. Cowan: " t refuse tp apologue, you eliall bear from me again." Mr. Oowan then left tbe court..

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MELBOURNE. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

MELBODliNE. Marcb SI, Wahcr Snorwin, tho singer, Ii&b been fined fclOO for smuggling cigar*.

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