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THIS MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

..THIS MACHINES. Mury I/Juisa: North Anatraliud No; S going through, Ono-snd-AII: itainbow No. 1 going through, VonM: Alubamt No. 1, WjudliLin, Just-in-Timo No. 2 and North Australian going thrnugb. . Hung-up for irnut of labor ; only working day £liift. Enterprise : Hung-up) cam shaft broken.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADELAIDE. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

ADKLA1DE. ,ir, March 3L Four thousand head of cattle bare died on tbo { Barric liangce for .want of water. During a strong breete a mailpr of a slitp put off to resell hie msei { tlio.boat capsiwd, and four of the crew were drowned. Ht'ld over, Foiled Court, till rje*t iBsuc. I |. We aie glad to learn that Mr. Arthur Murphy, frbo went tiou<.h fottho benefit of his lirolth, liaa &o far fmprorud ttlready ? that heijabi© to walk abot ttydnoj without clutches-and with " a bit of u elick" ai his only support. 4 ? Mr. Cowan received a tologram yesterday from .tho Attorney General aud Mr. Thynne, both of whom ho ha* roluined, to the effect that the npp'imtion Tor the Mandamy* against Mr. Warden Charters was prooeoding nod that he would hear from them in due o^urse. The maps of the new allotment* have arrived and can be got from tiie clerk of prtly sessions, Mr. Slo»vl»;/iy. They show tlie now streets und the name of the purchasers m tno last sale. Air. Mowbray hps been e...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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On The Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

On Tlxe Eoad :* Jforttma fawt Jbrtibtii" Yee, Sir,' iopLune f&Vow tile brave. 71c trna a bravo nlfcflTliHT." brenstddtbe Queen of England landij£uipreg{}i of India's British Channel ay>d guUa$tl^Tbuffeled tbe briny eoa ana landed op the trog .eatera oaastf ' The sniderepij?* boEfttf^ldcrs' ^ver spin Buph a \ycbb as Ctoptaib Webb.^He was & BraYcman that; commanded ibis electric.' fluid to oafy a meeaagc, Ycb, fcloWe lv«aVbra*iT; bfcuefactor oftisage* But'brfiiner 'nien dWetJ-lri this wry district, abo^tt them anon. On the road. Every oue i« on thr-xoad j hurrah, for the rush. would any one .bedjevq it, The Bnrdekia boAtman has been suddenly1' seized with tbe nuggefy ferer and baa pctypjlr sold hie right on tbe nverto Mr. H.'Qninn, who, I believe, will make hie pile. The jBurdekbvisft eoarce of great annoyance to many, atid.J can honestly state that the late lessee fcas given general Ualisfaction to all, and the only thing I wish bim, is, that he niay, strike it 'jb...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

Mining News. The Harf roof," or what is supposed to be a portion of it iu Hargrcavca' Loose, having oeeu sunk through, aud He obaraetcr at the foot of tbedecp eukft well ascertained, 1 have written i written oat in the report underneath the itome of information, whiah mira gircn me direct by a shareholder. The charactort will be seen by. the description to differ entirely, frQjp the Mary |_ rceTm^llie p.c. lease* but ihe pronpeit i?> not-» \rifchstand(iu£ .the change, regarded by leading miners «id most experienced men on the field to be go?d. T<>o. lUtle.is yet known to pronouuee nn opinion ia more thnn^-onerai terms. Tliiiro ib nn improvement in the ptonc raiding from the Mcxicau reel, »na tbort is'ercry prob* ability iu a fcw^ivcj^tfloJ .a yeiy liyejy Umo for reefing on" the' lower "Columbia- reef, where inatlcre, sioco my last visit, are much improved. If the Oomppoy'tf shaft, about.to beeunkottho uortli end, bottoms on on ^ood a reef as it is almost certain Eos...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warden's Court, Millchester. MARCH 31. BEFORE MR. WARDEN CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

Warden's Qourt, Millohestor. MtHon 81. BefoRB Mb. Waedkk Oumtens. TjiomAB applied for tnue 107, No. X K. WyndUam, to bo exempted from work for tliirt.y days. . . .. Mr.' Carter, on behalf1 of Hugh Mcwman oppotod Ihe npplicalion for llio oteinplioli from work of the claim known as tlic No 1 N \Vyud Mam for tba following reasons t "1st. "4rhe enid 1 ground is not a loasohold,.' 2nd. TShis court under the Goldfielde' Acl of 1871) And the regu lations baa DO power to grant 6uoli«*Gtyptione except in the cases of claims dr gold-joining loascs. Srd. No ootico of the application for 1 such registration vena posted as required by tlio Act and regulation. 4th. If eucli registration . legrunWd. largo quantities of water will accumu* I lato in tlio applicants grourd and flow into bis Workings, in the 3fastward Jioljeaso, ! reason.of wbich bo will suffer damage io Che extent of.ttroaty pounds per^-eojf. ? * Hugh Mowmau deposed-Ib prospector of tlio Eastward Ho Leasehold ; the olgeotions^read,^ ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REEFS. COLUMBIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

WE> BEKP8..... COLUMBIA. ' Cql.uittbi& Pompauy/ Lease of Qtt&n ecws.-r The ground comprised in ibis lease Includes Iho whole of Kos. 1 and 2; fiotfh, [and as for as half of No. 2 south outside of tho loose hel k by the p.c, proprietors.r The adTO&6ed:pegs arc about 400-yards.irom the cap of the reef; an pld-shaft, in wbjcl^bB i^er-rasf-GQ: feet, is being "widened and re-slatftiMflmt it le yet an .uudepided^ point where tbe principal shaft will be startod. P.c "160 tons of the ordinary kind of brown Btone-roecaaiondl picoes shoeing ' Terr good specimens of gpld-ij' <^d phQ.MrBBft ? !he un derlie shaft ia.bctngconOnucfl steadily, aud not until the wall? proves |too hv&yy will. ^nrk he carried on irvm (he deep thaft which tbe first Columbia leasehold rainly eanfc. Forty feet is the depth ol the underlie shaft, aiid at Its foot tfiere u three four feet of ^ef. Jtbe upper reef h^s not, as was before now, expected, come in through the hanging ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

"THE WEEK." A JOURNAL OK COMMERCE, 1MRM1NG, MJMN'i AND G1LNEKAI, IKFOR M.W10S, aSU jm'sliHEXX. Published at Briiibauc every Saturday morn* ing i. tune for tbe coVvmvy mails. Price Fsuirpfence j. «ub|Ct;ip|ipn-Four 6h.il iioge per quarter, or Fifteen Sliiilings per annum, in adraace. "THE WEEK,*' notwithstanding the bricl period it has been iu existence. bus ullfiincA ft degree of popularity,-both in the metropolis xuid throughout the' cbilntry districts, beyond the nttl song line expectations of its projector* thus indicating that thereby a public desicU'ru turn has beeo supplied, OPINIONS OF THE PBKSS ON TBB TrEJEp." " Ite contents are juried, ehtertmuing,' and Snstrnctire."-tyiMufandir. " Ib a paper well adapted to tbo wants of-bush life."-Dalbv Strald% " It honestly worth the money. I'hoif is bn 4 get up * about it; and yet it is 'well got up, nad will bear the closest ecrutiiiy.V-Horifkra Arjus. "We welcome Tjie"II rat ns ail important And valuable addi^ou to tbe rapidly increas...

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

H. «J. W. BOWKER flttomes, Solicitor, proctor, ffioifc fecganccr, &c.. Qtn be Mnsulted duly at Hiahon'a Hotel, MILLCHEBTEK. T. S. Carter. SO Ll<5 IT 0 6 Ticrner'i Hiniog Exchange Hotel. Charter* Towtn. J. R. Cowan, , ATTORNEY tm SOLICITOR, COUHISaiOHEIt ro> AffFIDAVITS,&o., Ob/letebs Towieb. H O. P U E C EL L. JT.D, & BURGEON, (UocnMd under tiie Queensland Medioal Baud,) Hue AEUOVED from the Club Hodse Hotel to hit new ruidence, nearly.uppcaite the Uaaonk flail, Miuer-rtieet, where be can lie cboBulted dally, J. A. Scharffenberg, Dr. med., . PnretaiAtr, Scooeon, a»m) Accoocheor Sill; qualified at the Medioal Board. tlHAftTEBS TOVfSBS. ON WAR JANG, G ENERAL STOREKEEPER, GBAB2EB8 TOWKR8. Maoleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom House and Forwarding Agehta, 1 TOWNSVILLE. " ' I. ALAND, #iM0T8@KESR*effl!SBSDSSB®Kl ASSNT - ? . jhHEB 6WIBBT, Office i Ticmej's Mining Exohnnge Hotel, CHARTERS TOWBRS. William Jackson, A U C T 1 O $ jE E n, Gene...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, March 30th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

Telegraphic News. SOUTHERN MIXER OFFICE ( [FROM GUH DRISBAXE TULEOBAPHIC 40EST.] BHISUAKE, March 30tli. 1 CALIFOUMAK items state that Winston, the notorious Boston forger, lifts been arrested in| London. I During all election in Isottingham; tniu'li Vilier feeling was shown and serious j'fOU occurred j tbo mob besieged the head-quarters of the COB', aervative party; the troops treru tailed out and .uceecdod iu restoring order. A. collieiou occurred between tbc " Stratb clyde" and "Francois," steamer®, off Dover; the former sank j fifty-nine of the passe tigcra were drowned, bubsequcutly, another steamer struck the tuaaUof Ibe''SLrathclyde/' and aleo sank in Qflecu minutes; all lier pnsseugcrs Were (tared. lleavy rains have caused much loss of life and property in Germany j thirty houbcs havo been wtecked in one town. A. colossal statue of Count Bismarck goes to. tbo Tbilidelpbia Centennial Exhibition. Tbc Turkish Government bare offered tin amnesty to tbo Uereegovina insurgents, b p...

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Northern Miner SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

8AT0KDA.Y, AEBJL1, 187G. | .THE gi*$t length of our report of Ike jjnportarit business of the District.' Court uittjngs, and. the absorbing character of the ptartlingeveijts of the last fortnight have pfevented ub limi'.noiv offering aiy com ments <on the -decisions given at (he late trials. The decision given in the case MOBSMAN V. MILLS will be accepted by the injning community of the colony as'ttffirm jng the true principles of law and practice. Ihe 'assessors ' JACKSON, KLASTAD, and RICHARDS deserve, well of the field. Their verdict will ie endorsed by a^l who knmv anything of mining. . Registration-ilic great fulcrum of the defence -has, liy £heir verdict been knocked on the'head. As the learned Judge well put it, a clerical error in registration was always possible, but it woula he hard Tiling if a man were to ' e deprived of the fruits of his labor, capjtal, and industry by a mere clerical e'nvr. Registration was 'certainly prima facie evidopce of ownership; hut it...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

BIRTH.   CLARK.—On the 26th inst., at her residence, Mossman-st., Charters Towers, the Wife of Mr. JOHN CLARK, of a daughter. DEATH. COUPER.—On the 24th instant, of dysentery, Alexander Percy, the beloved and youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Couper, of the Bush Inn, Charters Towers Road ; aged, 1 year and 10 months.

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

WAN19SD & GootV OIHL to nurse children Apply to Mrs. Hakskjbd, Wsnderinf Digger Hotel, Milloheslcr. \\J A.NTJSP a General ? Servant, . Apply at the. VV D4i<y, B(,. P»trioV reef, cr--.: '-? ? ? ? . :-: Columbia Lease Gold Mining Go. . |3fO,*tiiBILITy. A If Extraordinary Qenera.1 Meeting of fiharo. holders Jntbe above Company will 4>e held at NigroVKotel, Oliar)berfl TowSre. on Wednes day, ApJJl gfb., j, By order of the Directors, A.,,y. PBUfCB, flecrelaty. Chdrifers ^ofjrer£ Hospital. THE u^uai j^pt^iy.Meetiaf of the Iloapjlal Committec will So l"pld in theCourt. house, Mil!ohe»ler,,afi.T,BCB$04r EvBKiNq.-tlie* 6H1 April, at^J'SO p.in. . -r- iOm o'FlYNS, Secret* f Oddfellows' Hall Company. A SPEOIAJV Meeting of shareholders will be held in the. Hall, «u TdoBfiDMr BrastKO Beet, at 8 o'clock sharp. Business-To consider lite advisability of re moving Uiejbuilding. . DAVID DICKSON, Searetaiy. In the Supreme Court of Queensland, BOWES. Iff the Will of Cteoaqf Kdwabd ...

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Total Wreck of the "Banshee." (Townsville Times, 25.) REPORT OF ANOTHER PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 April 1876

Total Wreck of the "Banshee." (Townsville Times, 25.)   REPORT OF ANOTHER PASSENGER. Charles Price states that after the vessel struck he laid hold of the boom, and then the funnel came down knocking him between decks; then jumped up on the   rail and caught hold of one of the spars; managed to get on one of the rocks; then   looked round and saw the stewardess and Pat Ryan hand-in-hand; they jumped into the water and separated; then saw the engineer and Mrs Antonie clinging to a spar, she on the top and he under- nerth; she had hold of one of his legs     with one arm and clung to the spar with the other; Price then went out and en- deavoured to save the woman and succeed- ed in catching her by the hair; she said — "For God's sake help me, help me!" Price then said " let go your hands " ; the   sea then dashed up and the woman was washed away ; Price was driven on to the rocks with the woman's hair in his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 April 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS TOWERS AND TOWN 8Y1LLE i M&smK&m. BEO to ttinnli the public of Charters lowers. Millcliester, and surrounding districts for | the very liberal support hitherto accorded them. Being the PIONEER BTOBEKEEPEBS of this field, they hare alvrays endeavored to fur ther the interest* and progress of the field and population to the beet of their abilities and pecuniary position, and after a term of four jean, find themselves, "thanks to the public," amply rewarded. I. h. & CO.'S business lias progressed with the Field, and they ate now in it position to offer to the public Advantages In assortment of stocks,. low prices, and accomo dation second to none of the rival firms, which | have ance started business en the "Cash," " Plain Rgutw," end other principles. - (The approaching wet season has indnced us | to pn>cure extensive abodes of ' General Merchandise In advance of?ho demand in quality, as&ortraetit, and prioe, to *wit the Wholes...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 April 1876

WANTED a Good GIEti to none children Apply to Mrs. Hancfobd, Wandering Digger Hotel, Millcheeter. - WANTED a General Servant. Apply at the Dairy, St. Patrick reef. Annual Races. A MEETING will be held lit- Hughes' Exchange flotel, Charters Towers, on TOESDAY, 11th April, at nine o'clock, to arrange the programme for the Annual Meeting, appoint the Committee and receive tbe resignationa[of the last Officers. (By desire,) Jtio. DVEB {leases. Columbia Lease Gold Mining Co. NO LIABILITY. AN Extraordinary General Meeting of Share* holders in the above Company will be held at Nigro'e Hotel, OharteraTowera. on WEDNES DAY, April. 6 th. By order of'tbe Direotbn, A. N. PRINCE, Secretary. -Alexandra Leasehold Cold mining Company, NO LIABILITY. AN EXTBAORD1NAEY MBEriNGof Share holder in Ibe above Company trill bo held at. tbe Company's Office on FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, at 8 p.m. Bnsiueu: To confirm minute* and other business. W. A ACKERS, Secretary. Charters Towers Committee. A MEETING of the abov...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 April 1876

Telegraphic News. NOHTttERN SUPER OFFICE [FBOM OCE UBISIUKB TELEaaAHIIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, April 4. | At a meeting of the shareholders ot the I Queensland National Bank held to-dny, it was rMotred to increase (he capita! of tbe Bank to one million, with an open share register outside Queensland.

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Treatment of the Metals. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 April 1876

Treatment of the .Me tals IN nearly alt the mills of the States some ap garatuB u used as an adjunct to the stamper attery-amalgamating pane, arr&fitra, Beath's .gribder, centrifugal grinder, Byarson's pulyoriser, superheated steam' apparatus, snaking tables, fibaking pans, Chilian mills, cast-iron barrels, Ambler's - concentrators, Verney1® Knox's, or Wheeler'p pans, or two or more of tlie above. ,On the adaptation,, of jthe treatment to suit the charaoter of .the rook depends the skill ^nd suoccss of the millman; in ,rook containing fine .gold the redaction must be carried to ft point ao .cording to its fineness, sometimes to an im palpable powder, r bave already adverted to tbe ! fact of gold often ocouning in large quantities in such a fine state of division as to be invisible (even with the aid of a magnifier). If the gold is coarse it is better not to use a fine screen, for reasons which will presently be shown. This is a subject deserving very careful attention. Ia | ...

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SYDNEY. April 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 April 1876

SYDNEV. April 3. The Premier has promised to support any pro posal enabling publicum deeirom of closing during the whole of Sundays doing bo, Dudly Cooto is negociatiug with the Govern ment in .reference to laying a cable to Europe '^rld-BWBhane Qiid Kormanton* A triua, in running orer a bullock, caused three carriages lo he thrown off the line ; nobody iras injured*

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The Road to the New Rush from Cooktown. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 April 1876

: Tue Boad to the New Bush from Cooktown We we exceedingly glad that in this publication weaiwobletogire the fullest information pas ribtetotoobtsined ~l«guding(lie truero|iteto the'n6wgoldllfield i aha In doing' to lira en in debted to the kindness of Mr. Mulligan forttac Jjntonnation we Bow plaoe before tbe publio, end whloh bos bis immediate sanction as being OoiTeotj Since tbe first announcement of the discover;, we hare ignored tbe thousand and one theories that have been put forward bv those who pro fessed.to be in the BCCret, una knew the exact .pot, some of them being too palpably wrong to H worthy of a moment's consideration, whilst other* hove been so incomplete in detail as ti be wore than useless. There isone.tbing, however, certain, and that is, that there is a clear, well defined, and good road from Oooktowu to Byers town, and it is from there that the diverging point exists. Arriving at Bforstown, proceed to Nobby, On the Upper Grauite Hungo; thence southerly along th...

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HOBARTON. April 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 April 1876

HGBABTON. April 3. I Chapman, the Colonial Secrotarr, has been compelled toxotire from the'fclinutry. The revenue of Uio cotouy for the year has been £380(000. Tbe " Defiance" started work on Monday evening .after getting a general repair. The ordinary monthly meeting of the hospital committee will be held in the Court House Millchebter tomorrow night at 8.30. Tbe meeting of subscribers to the School of Arts, called for hut night, was further adjourned to this night week, the 12th instant. An extraordinary general meeting of tbe share holders of tbe Alexandra Leasehold Gold-mining Company will be held at the Company's offices, on Friday night at 8 o'clock. An extraordinary general meeting of the share* holders of the Columbia gold mining oompany will be beld this evennp at 8 o'clock at (he Hotel d' Italia to eouGrm previous proceeding* and for other business. Tbe Port VenUo* Timet of the 25th contains . Supreme Court advertisement, announcing that John Miohael Byaa and tticbael fiUh...

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