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Horthern Hliuer. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 April 1876

SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 187?. The bod sple yesterday gave results which offer satisfactory evidence of the confidence felt by the people of Charters Towers in its permanence and stability." Of ona hundred anil uiiief en:lota put up for sale .bout one hundred were purchased by, residents here at prioes ranging from upset to £20 for a quarter-acre. About {twenty lots' on the ridge near t)ie schoq found no purchasers. Tlie other lots werp fought up eagerly, and the bidding over some favorite bits was very keen and ' sftnted. Only seven allotments in Mill chester found buyors. Tliis it a decisive proof that the tide lias tuned for that )pwns!4pj f>n<l Charters Toweri commands ppw -the bu'k of the populaf on and the largest ainnunt of capital for investment. rTho«liotraqnts in Ecctiop fourteen, punping up towards the hospital, fe clied the 4 Jitghest prices, and the back allotments iqi section bight, running from ihe Masonic Ball to Deane-street, sold readily und at fair prioes....

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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS ON "THE WEEK." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 April 1876

.OPINIONS OF THE PllKBS 0>' " TSf! :. .i; itrstap "Its content* are varied, entertaining, and instructive.'*-Quceiisla nder. " Is a paper well Adapted to tie wants of bush life"-ttaiby Herald, . " la honestly worth the money. There ia bo ' get up* about it; and jet it is well got up, and will bear the.close6t ecratiuy."-Northern Argus. ** We welcome The Week .as an important »nd valu^HleiwidiUod^te" 4hc rapidlyipcreiiBmg . lilt of Queensland newspapers.'1-ttyfapie Timet. "Contains a largo amount of interesting and varied reading natter, and is sold at the cheap rata -of fourpence per oopy. We should imagine that the journal is likely to be very successful and.cofiMttlgdjJije^tei&nre fireulaliun."- Wide Bay lfyvs.'s i>. * t .", . j "PromisA fco "be a ricoided accession to colo nial litej atui«.-Maryborough Chronicle. " Well calculated to instruct and amuse the family-circle.'1-Toonwmba Chronicle. " Will, no doub% run tbe Queeiulander very i&aieS'-JSvangeti&a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 April 1876

BIRTH.   COUPER.—On 2nd Instant, Bush Inn, Townsville   Road, Mrs. A. P. Couper, of a daughter ; both   doing well. SHEPHERD.—On April 1st, at the Just-in-Time,   Mrs. John Shepherd, of a daughter.    

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Small Debts Court WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. Before C. S. [?],. Esq., P.M., and Messrs PALMER and ROSS, J.'S P. UNDEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 April 1876

Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. Before G. S. DICKSON, ESQ., P.M., AND Messrs PALMER and ROSS, J.'s P. UNDEFENDED CASES. Helena Crawley v. Henry Ruckeridge, £5 5s., wages, as cook. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. W. D. Casey v. Charles Kolass, £6 2s. 7d., goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff. Joint Stock Bank v. Thomas William Mann, £30,money paid. including interest. Mr. Cowan appeared for plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff for amount, with £2 2s., professional costs. Brodziak & Co. v. James Tronson, £12 16s. 6d, goods sold ; verdict for plaintiff. Same v. Prit- chard, £13 5s. 1d., goods sold; adjourned to Tuesday. Same v. Patterson, £12 0s. 3d., goods sold; verdict for plaintiff. J. H. Robertson v. Timothy Larkin, £12 6s 6d,   goods sold ; verdict for plaintiff, with court, 6s., and professional costs, £2 2s. Lissner & Co. v. William Milton, £25 0s. 9d., goods sold. The defendant was present and admitted the debt, and plaintiff volunteered to take ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

THE HOME SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH Sewing Machine. The Perfection of Jjlcckanium-Simple, Compaat. Efficient, Durable$ Complete, IT SEWS with the least possible amount o£ labor, and a girl twelve years obi can run it without iatigu)-it itjn Triumph or Mechanical Genius I The "Home" Shuttle Is the only practical Low-priced Lock-sticbed Sewing Machine ever invented, end has now the largest sale of any kind in Australia. Tbia unequalled Machine uses a straight needle, makes tho " Ipck stitch" alike on both sides, has a self-adjusting tension, and iB adapted to every variety of sewing for family wear-from the lightest muslins to the heaviest cloths, and will even sew leather.. It will bium, fell, bind, cord, braid, seam, tuck, ruffle, hemstitch and gather. This machine will eew ou ,and gather at tho same t&xno, and will work equally well on silk, linen, wollen and cotton jjoods with silk, linen, or cotton thread, Price List No. 1. RAKD MACHINE (Complete) £4 IOB. | K.B.: This is also ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

WANTHu ft Brickmakor; also a Stonemason. Apply to J. DEANE, WANTED, n good Cook, who can also "look after a bono and uxtko liimaolf generally useful. Apply to J. R. Cowix, Miner-street. WANTED, Miners for No. 2 St. Patrick. Wages, JJS per wook. Apply on tho Claim. WANTED A Good GIRL to nurse children^ Apply to Mrs. Hansfobd, Wenderinf Digger Uotcl.Millcheslcr. 0oliool of Arts. I MEETING of members will bo held Tjire T. . LvbKISO, at 0 o'clock, at the Club House Hotel, to oleot oommittcc and to transact other busines*. T. O'KANE, lion. Geo. Notice. THE Banks will be closed for the Eas tor Holidays on Friday, Saturday <md Monday, tbo litb, 15tb and A7til instant* 4 St. Paul's Ohureh-Good Friday. THE Rev. 0. P. Thomas will conduct Divine Service io the above church on FRIDAY next, tbo 14Ab instant, beiug Good Friday. W, U. ALFOllD, boii. eec. Charters Towcra, 11th April, 1876. Quadrille Assembly WILL bo beld-thi* week on TiiUBSDAr Night, the following night t>oing (rood F...

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Crulties in Bulgaria. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

. Crulties in Bulgaria The Tunes correspondent nt, Poraj In'1 7 support of ^allegations .jmto <.he crool treatment of the (Jbristian subjects of the Sublime Porte by tbeTurks/qunteBtliev ?. fallowing letter ft<im Kski-Zaghrn,'printed in tbe Istochno Vreme, and -reproduced in tlie .Courier de Orient^ telle US ltiatl«t fSI p Sulmuohli, a .viHagp.io tbe p)royino?.ff , Bulgaria, " the juries -have .broken into tj the UouseB of the Bulgarians, Where they" . violated half a 6Qoro of youug girliywd) ibr».e young married women. They killed . twelve Bulgarians and -woupded eight; then as they withdraw, tiiey. took "ajroy ' with them the torn, and lighter furniture, and all the 'portable property «f the: . Christian inhabitants. In "tlie village of OaKanka, three bonrs and a half distant from Kski-Zaghra, tbe rural guard with two steptieha, or policemen, and other Turks arrested fifteen Bulgarian^ shot them up in a hut, and, putting knives to their tfflroata, eitorted fo...

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She Got the Dress. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

She Got the. Dress. Okr day not leng ago on old chap from the in terior, accompanied by liu wife, entered a Vieks-i burg dry good* etore, nud after looking round for a moment, said .to 4iie clerk: " Pile your best ksliker down aforo rae, for Mirandy *ant« a dress." As tlie ricoos tumbled down, lioeontinued t " Miranfly'e been purty good Ibis summer, and she can bavo bur pick of the best ki3ikor in the .tore." Did old man felt of the different plecos, and his wifo tossed tliem over, and finally settled on a particular piece, and be Bald: . ".Cut bra off uino yards o' that ?' .'Wbatl Nine yards F " eoboed his wife. " That's what I aaid, Miracdy." "I can't get a failiker dress with a loop-up bnl.ind to it out'n nine yatids 1" the oiolaimod, turning pale witli dismay, "Who said anrtblog about loopsf" lie' in quired. " Haven't you always jot a katiker dress out'n nine yards t" ' i " Ycb, but tlie fashion lias changed, rrcgot to have fourtoon yard* now." . - . - i " Have, eb 1 I'd liko to...

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Dreadful Occurrence at Opera House. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

Dreadful Occurrence at Opera Jlouse. CINCINNATI Febuary 6tb,-During the matinSe at Robinson's Opera House, this, afternoon; some spfefctators, "deceived by an alarm of fire.outside, and tbe bright light of the tableau on the stage, rained toe cry. of fire, which was taken up b; the boys all over the house. A panic ensued, and a great many, rushed for the poor. During the excitement and struggle for exit, a number ot persons treto killed, aud many others wounded. T(ie jamb at the door was terrible-The names of. the killod, as far as ascer tained, are : -Mrs. Henry White and a son of Alfred White, a Fifth street dealarfGus Wsup, uged twelve years; Hattio Leslie, daughter of Robert Leslie, shirimakor { Abraham Scbioaa. Wrs. Nancy Olark wifeof Gc&rgo Olork, and ti German womi>n, name unknown, Among the wounded are..a:Snn of Major "Wells, «,f the 1. C. and Iv Railroad, and the wife of HOD. HonryKefiBler. who were Eeriously in jured, Many other? are.also injured, but not BO sev...

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Elections in the States. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

Elections in the StateB. * " ° A i/ETrKB -from IfiniMppi ^iwiiiwt.:TV" tm&ining and tnettuotive scoount cf' iiow the. late eleotion ID that State was con dncted. Tbo -white citizens aro jo the ; minority in Mississippi, and their only hope of relieving themselves from the carpet-bag end negro government under : which they have been eroaning, wnein" getting ® large share of the negroes to . VJie witblhem. They Succeeded in this, ' but they did it by baying the negroes. - ., A ~r men would eeiest his darkio atid op'erato * ti on him in tl u« wise : " Unole, have yon voted J" "No,aah," . ;-r -* "Qoing to vote?" " Vos, nah " " Haw f" " The'Publioan tioket, sab."; "j : "'Oan't £ persuade you to voto >iv Demooralio ticket P'* . a :* . v . "No, tab.', " Ton are afraid to,vote: it, yon iuo P''! " No, sob, not a bit." " I'll bet two dollars yon aro afraid to step up there apd F_Vote the Democratic ticket." " Mo '/raid !/5tTiysarj dis nigger ain't 'fraid; he ain't the ekeory sort, ...

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SYDNEY. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

BVPNET. April 10. j The rcypnuo f<jr f-'ip fa incroMcd'bfr £209,000. ' Good Friday Is ael d^rt as a day of humi liation and prayfcr Terrain.

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Charters Towers Police Cour TURSDAY, APRIL, 11TH. Bofore C. S. DICKEN. Esq, P. M. and H. W. PALMER Eeg. J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

Charters Towers Police Cour Tuksday, Adrii, Utu. Bofure C. S. DICKON. Esq, P. M. and IT. W. l'AXMUE Beg. J. P. Thomw Anderson summoned for assault was \ called but did not appear} ho had boon remanded by tho Townsyille bench on his own recognisances. A now information was laid. A. Oartwright v. Boso Ann Bedford assault. Mr. Bawkcr appeared for plaintiff, Mr. Carter for defendant applied for an adjournment as there was anothdr case against defendant, a ques tion d£ title wop insolred. Adjourned to Tuesday next, defendant to paw corIs of the day, John Gibson v. W. O. Toll ..-assault and ap pl-oation to biud to the peace. Both oases were tried fogotber. Mr. Carter appeared for complainant, and Mr. Bowker for defendant. John Gibson, eodavynter manufacturer, deposed -Saw defendant at BoultonV hotel yesterday j be told him to dtop the bottles tic wop talrfug out j defendant then caught him by .the tnouth; gave him no provocation j ho dragged him oijtr tide; Harry Boultou was presents defe...

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MELBOURNE. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

MELBOUBNK. -April 10, I Tlie rprom|c Tor Hie quarter is n million ono liundred and flTly theuinnd,'tlio roraiue forllie yenr u four millions Uiree hundred UioumihI,

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Laud Sale at Charters Towers. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

Laud Sale at Charters Towers. IN the following-which is a full report of tho land sale held on Fridoy last-tho upset price (£b) is omittod. and where there was eorapoti* tion the prices are given, County of Dnrenporfc, pariah of Charters Tower*, town of Charters Towers. 110 281 1,1 9J 10 39i 111 - 10 23}| 10 16J 110 27j »,! n 111 4i 110 30J lit 10 I? l?t! |0 22*! 1 O to 32 ,0 3G 0 36 0 36 0 37 0 8 P lGli 0 2Iii] 1° 171 P 30 1 0 I 0 0 3&; " 3GJ 0 37 0 37 0 30il 0 3fij 1 o 1 0 36 0 36 » 36 , 0 28} 1 3 2 ,10 a ;io; 6 jin! 0 10 7 HO] £ .8 il9] u io , 12 10l 113 1 ill 2 ;U| 3 12| 4 12 5 >2 G 12 '12 10 121 ,l2il J 3G |0 36 P 36 P 30 ijO 36 K> 3G S 311 8)0 36 1 o l 0 1 0 1 0 91 0 0 0 0 01 0 , 7 19 315 851 3fi}l 35} sn|! K3B» o 35| 0 SGf, 9 SS|| 35i In 35l 1 n 13 113 13 I.l| 13 14 u! u 4 U| 6 U G 111 7 14| e u ,12 1 . H!j° «t| I1 J 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 !r i i l 211 ' S}| I 0 1 0 *> 32 , lap s&j "|? 8B« !u 1 0 1 0 1 o , 0 , P 3S| *> 851 ,0 H5ij 0 36i [0 3SJ 16 3fii 0 »5i ...

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(From a Correspondent.) JUNCTION CREEK. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

(From a Correspondent.) JUNCTION CREEK. Avril 10. 1 Roads bnd, good Nothing definite known of the rush here. Sir.]. Alaud.report s having disposed of one* sjxth share in Lenso No. 2 Jusl*in*Time. yester Uquj to Mr. C. liclly, ot a good .price.. llic following ore the proceeds of the laud 8ule t-Laad, £343, 3s. 3d.; deed fees, I'll1.); suvvoy fcce, £71, 8B ; total, £5*3, 13s:3.1. In the Suiall Debts Court ycsturdny, Brodzhik nud Rogers v. l'ritehard, £13 tin Id, goods sold, verdict for amount with costs of eourl. Ebrata.-In our -last, in Petty DebU, for J- S. Bank v. O. OVNoil," read "Jolm 0*Neil"; in application foi license, Patrick O'Jfeil «hould be '*4s married" ; and la Hospital Committee report it wo9 Mr Tierney not Mr Tjonf who moved t.bo resolution for £l contribu' j lore: Mr. Long seconded the motion. On Friday evening the friends of Mr. Master of the 11 a ok of Now South Wales, uiot.at the Club Hotel to bid him goad-bye on his departure from Chatters Towers. Mr. Pa'mer occup...

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Warden's Court Aran 10th Before Mr. Warden CHARTERS and Messrs. COOPER and INCH Assessors. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

Warden's Court Aran ioi b Before Mr. Warden CntnfEtts and Messrs. OOOPEB and INCH Atsetsora. Hufch Moasraan r. Thomas Mille. Damage from iuflow of water £1010. Mr, Carter and Mr. Bowker for plaintiff, Mr* Cowan «ald as an attorney and on tho roll or the Supreme Court he claimed to be hoard in that Court, ho asked if the Warden still refused to hoar him. Warden t I do. Mr. Mills &iid he applied lohare the case ad - iouwed until he could get a lawyer from | Brisbane. The Waglen said Mr. Mills ought to bo aware i from the papers that he wonld not hc*r Mr, Oowan, unless he was compelled, as ho refused to I apologise <until M** Cowan acted as a gcatlemau ought to do, be would not hear him. ^Ir. Mills I could get -a lawyer jrora Townsrillo. Mr. -Carter applied Ibr an ad inferitn injunction in the ercnt of adjourning the case. Mr. Mills said be would not touob the ground aud produced copy of order made by Judge flcly restraining him from working tho ground**" '. ; The co...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

Mining News. HnnnSG ctm be pursuad as an oecuptuino on this' fit 13 aiuiost anywhere, which would be likely to yiold go:wi, average returns for the labor and' capital <«x landed nc^ossa^y to dorelop its gold* bearing bios. There hare uol been many great prizes b it thoM have been but ftw blunka i Yifld* an ounoo upwnrds, till (lire* ounce! have been reached, arc common returns, aul they June been, j>nd ?way l>a yet, obtained b' mere picu and gad works. There lias been voif liUlc water to contcud with, .and only in exeep tioual formations lia9 doop sinkiug cost luucj monoy Tint there aro yet thauy good e now* unt bought of, cueryone acquainted with I)'? field is aware, and that it is probable thero oio can be seen at a glanoe o£ the various mining «. ports published at different timjs. . Above cr below, most of the principal reef6, ot ho r reels hare bc«n discovered, and these latter have ffc qucntly prarod payable at a hundred feet, giving also indications of mnkiug...

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Millchester Police Court. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN ESQ. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

Millchester Police Court HEFOUE C. 8. DICKEN ES6.1\JL John Campbell, chargcd with au Jndcctul assault on one tsaomi Gnuvit). Mr. CowaU watched the case for prisoner. Constable McCarthy deposed to emetine prisoner about 9£ miles fro to here on ibo rood (o Gray,s going towards the Flinders pn the Cth inet. was on the tracks of some one for three dayb previous; when bo came u^tb prisouer asked him where ho came frp« be said Gray's cattle station; suspected he was the wan wanted for a certain offence; arrested bim abont 12 o*dock ; told him the charge, of having assaulted 0 girl .of twelve year* of age with intent to come it a rapes prisoner said nothing {lie gave lite name as John Campbell; brought bim to Millchcster and locked him up f be had £11 on bim ; the prisoner Iim recently abaveA off his whiskers. By Hr, Oowan:-Can tell by looking at prisoner that be baa fbaved off bu whiskers j the loss of his whiskers hal altered bim a little ; prisoner 6haved the day lie tame to Millcbester...

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THE REEFS. THE QEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

.i AUi liiiftfW. TUB^QUEBK. No 4 >. registered for eir months as lion* payable. No. 3 N. continuing underlie shaft, which lias & total doptli of 120 feet, ;rcef, last 49 feel, lias been vciy uncertain, outting out and coming in at intervals in the formation, w!iicl» is between fire and six tcct. Mundic etonc is now makiug its appearance, and Some ' specimens of it I satf ware a wry promising appearance. Back block claim taken up to work out reel underlying the Quocn. Kdwardtt and party, four strong, cut this num ber two reef at 40 feat, and lifted 20 tons stone bruivij tack, not flrsfc-elfMs. Xhey are now en gaged sinking & second shaft at tlie back of the whip shafts in amalgamated cl&iwi, aud will hayc 100 feet of underlie to work upon, Amalgamated claims (I and 2 N.)-A good crushing of 160 ton6 brovrn ionsycombed and ironstaincd stone lias just been Jtobhtd from this claim, and yielded 11 dwls. only. although it prospoctcd for 3 ozs- Tho proprietors hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

"THE WE^KJte A JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, WAJlMINa,' MIKINO AND GENJiKAL INFOR MATION, AND AMU$KMttN3V 5 Published nt Brisbane cvorv SntitJ'dny morn jog i. tune lor the country mailt*. Price jFourpencc ; subscription-lrour Shil lings per quarter, or Fifteen Shillings per annum, 111 advance.- - - - - " 9Jbb WEEK," notwitbpjendjng flja. brtelj perioajthas been in cxislcnec, lias uUnincd'a degwjc of populfii^x, b0.tb.i0 tbe_.oietropo)js and ( throygliigut the country districts, beyond the most .eaugjiue expectations of its projectors, thus ipdicating that thereby a public iksidcra* tuip has beeu supplied. #vv" j' "v ] ? ' j ' ,OH$XQKS OF TUE rUHSS ON " THE WEEK." . .V»p po Oteuta are varied, entertaining, and teptruqtive."- Queetitlttuder. "Is a paper well adapted to tbc want# cf bush life.-Dall/i/ Heraldt $ I® Honestly worth the money. There ie no ^?geVyp* about it ; $nd£^t ft is well-got up, nod yt]L\\ bew (be cloBest^crUtinv.11-t!mi hern -A rffns. ** We welcome The IltaJt as oa important ...

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