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

H. J.W. BOWKER STTONTEG, Solictor, Uroctor, 4Eott; faegancer, &c., Can be consulted daily at Hishon's Hotel, M1LLOHE8TER. T. 8. Garter. SOLICITOR ?Kerne/# Mintnj; Exchange Hotel. Charter* Towen. ' J. R. Cowan, ATTORNEY asd SOIiIOITOE, OOMMJBSiONElt FOB AFFIDAVITS, &a, OniETEEa TOWEES. HO -. P U E O 1 E L l, JJ.D, & 8UEGEON, (Licensed unWthe Queensland Medical Board,) Has BEHOVED from the Club -House -Hotel to his new residence, nearlT opposite the Maaonle gJi, Miner-street, where -he can be consulted daily, A. Soharffenberg, Dr.mea., PbTSIOUK, SUBOEON, Aln> AOCOOCHEDB Duly qualified at the Medical Board. OHABTEBS TOWSBB. * ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHABTEKS TOWEE8. Maoleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom Honse «tad Forwarding Agebts, QJOWKSVILLE. I. ALAND, . vnnttt 6F&BET, Office c Tierney'e Mining .ErcliangcHotol, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A V C T 10 2* E E B, General Commission Agent, MOSSttAN btbbet. W . J A o a>" ...

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

ADELIADE. April 10. TIio Suez ma'J arrived on ^ot.urdaj- at <iay light. i-;' *?; ; : T , ; t . , - , i 1 April II. The prjneipat ilems of news arc. that Boinc leading citiiens of Dublin li&ve resolved to re* ^uoct the Queen to visit Ireland this f&ir, #c compariied by tbo Prince of The leading journal^ ftfa allocating tl|c federa tion of tho Ausij^ii^n pojonlea. BoUcvora in the Ticbbornp Clamant arc &d. vcrtising In the colonial Fross, and ore offering a reward of £2300 (op . lUp pFOd^otioif of Afthvir Orton. London adricee stevto tnot of Oolone! Oor. donV expedition to Central Africa, iic \5vfl8 {.he only while man of the party whosurVivcd. One hundred and thirty persons i.ro yiliagc in Ltmeasbiro are flufforiOg from "blood poiBon. It lias been trnccd to milk fiom iJifltased «okb.' A woolJen mi)) at Uuitlpy has been burn I down, and thrown thousaudeor bandg irtK . The eurrivors?of tiioahip "Stmthmore " lircd for &cvon monrtia on the growce...

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Northern [?]iner. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1876. Telegraphic News. NORTHERS MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] [?] April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 April 1876

WEDNESDAY, A PHIL 12, 1870. Telegraphic News. NORTHERS MINER OFFICE [FUOH OCB nntsiusE TiOEauAFiiic AOEST.] pV>4t<n *«/«», * April 20 The rerenuc for (be quarter is £304,000. the increase in the niuc months is £1)0,000 amount ing to nearly the ^xpeudlture for the pine monthiu £925,000. tholosu otiKjndilurc £4.00,000, toj/il disbursements Oho million Tour hundred and Bitty tiibusarid(4;i(400,000.) Overend h^jtjfeftn -dedhtfed the euccefsful ^nderer for the construction ofthc first two tedious of tUo extension of tlib railway from pal by to Bpman ' James Plat£ Jullaw liayo been ap pointed District feobuoliijspectorfl. Cabifgraais etaCo that i;J(e Hodse of Lords ^ejected I/ord Shaftesbury's resoluttcu moving ah address to the Queen against the assumption or tbo title of Empress ofludia. ' Congress bavo rejpeto^ tlip« jiohiniUan of Pntia as American miuisler to London vice Scbcnck. The French state seigojias J)pen fpiscd.

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

THE HOME SHUTTLE LOCK-STITGH Sewing Machine. The Pnjection of Zlecftanitm-Simple, Compact. SffcitHi, DurabU.f QmpWte, - ' rSBWS with the lentil posBible amount' of labor, and a girl twelve yeara old pan run it vithsut t'atigu)-It.ii»« Zmmjih or Mechanical Gcnita! ,. _fl The " Hctoie "1 Sfitittlfe li the only proctioal Low-priced Loctatiched Sewing Machine ever invented, *nd bat nojr tbe largest sale.of any kind in Auetralia. This unequalled Machine usee a straight needle, makes the *' lock stitch" alike on both sides, bee a .elf-acljuetrag tension, and is adapted to crery variety of sewing for family wear-from the lightest muslins to the heaviest clothe, and will even sew leather. It will htm, fell, bind, cord, braidi seam, tuck, ruffle, hemstitch and gather. This machine will sew on |and gather mi the same timo, and will work equally well on Bilk. Hnen, wollen and cotton goods witD silk, linsn, orcottoo thread. " 2rice List No. 1. HAKI) MACHINE (Complete) £4 10s. N.B.: This is.ala&...

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

WANTED a competent Baker, to take ehaige .of a bakehouie. Apply fay letter, (biting ealdrr. Heferoncfi* required. A. G. Hu&TABb, Criterion Stoica. (1HRI8T CHURCH, To-morrow Night, half J past ^eren o'clock, Donriee as usual. . TEh'DEltS required Tor the. erection of a Brick furnace Oreo. Partfcularatobo had at the Criterion Storea. Tenders Wanted TENDERS are inrited for the erection of a Parasnage, near St, Pnul't Church, Speci fication! to be eeen on applioation to tbe under, eigned, T«ndera to be in tbe hande of tbe aec. retarr on or bBfore Utmdby, tbe J7tb imtant. The loirett or any tenler nit fleccaaarily apocp tea. W. B. UFORD, bon. itc. Charter! T<nrpi, Ilth April, 1870. To Storekeepers. TENDERS for the supply fof" BixMonttia of "Mininf, Bequiaitea for the Rainbow. F.O.U.: Com'ttenyVfclaim will be receirtd up to the 21tt ihitant. The liat of Gooda required may be ceen'al the Company'e OBoe. ' JOHN BERWICK, Manager. Charters Towers Hospital, j a «rK(iu% MEETI...

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SYDNEY. April 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

SYDNEY. April 18, I Dibbs baa prertnttd a" petition (a the Acrem hly from (be Bank manager, asking tbe House to diaatlow tie Agreement between the Bank of New South Wale# and tbo G</rermaeufc,

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The Widow of Lopez. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

The Widow of Lopez. FttOM tit Vox del-Nuevo Munio we toko the following interest in i account uf the great sensation prodaced in Paraguay by the arrival of the noLorious Eliza Lvnsh,. first mistress £nd afterwords wife of the tyrant Lope*, who- for to many years ruled, tile' republic with the lash of 8 despot. The'account says Mint upon the arrival of. the tyrant's wife tlio new* spread abroad like .trildfir*, and knots of people gathered together aud, con verted excitedly. Having gone asliuro at Aaceueion, acoompanied. I>y hor ron, she defiantly pawed through the city, although at every step slie p»rpe:vcil hostile ?iiovemcuts against her. She was per fectly, oslm, Biniled at old friends, called others fay asme, and to the pour elie gave presents of money. Thus the adroitly calnfEd the storm -that commenced to threaten her,and before Hie reaction set in ?he arrived et 'the residence ol D«nn teidora Dim, a friend unrt cunfiteht of Msduaie Lynch', who aecumpnniod the latter to Eur...

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MELBOURNE. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

HELBCUJWIC.. April 13. Stavefisan, charged vrUh passing false entries, it sui')£ the Government for £10,000 damages. Heavy eliooki of eariliquake have been fell, rear Wellington » considerable damage lias been done. Cablegrams state that Ibe Queen bac fretented her potfrnit to Disraeli. The question of the Qu»on'e ahtenc* on Ibe Continent Las been debited iu the Commons. Dienacli quoted precedents, and staged that (be Queen's present absence was of a strictly private character. fbeCcar is reported ID, and bis temporaty re tirement from business 1»as been necessitated. A regency of tbe Caarawitch is probable. We aro requested to call attention to the sate of one^slxteeneih sbure in fto..2 South Columbia by Mr. Jackson. . .,. A court for the reriiion of tbe Jury Lilt, will be beid on Fridsy next, at MiUebetter. Tbe 1 annual pnblioftofe/fioeusing meeting.wi|l behold on Tuesday next, X> TheCooktown pipers of tbe +th, received bj tbe last mail, contain no additional news of tbe' ruib....

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Standing no Nonsence [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

Standing no Nonsenoo Dr .Kirk, ber Majesty'« consul »t ZiiifctlMr, after receiving InntruqlioMi fi'om thi! Ji^ine Government, proceeded U 'the Tb&is, thirteen, .otw-eorwtte, Cipuin t|P." La Haate Ward, to Bnva, £01 tbe putpoi* of ascertaining to. wbst extent the Egyptian forces bed violsted"the torritpry of tlia 8nltsn of Zintihir, _On.arr';ving, Dr; Kirk and Captain W«rd,;Unded, but a body of mldiore wereMriwoup Jta preventthem entering tlie town. Dr. Kirk demanded to tee the Egyptian .aommlindsnt, nod,with Captain Ward, pushed "through tlie soldiers and saw that official.after some delay. On inquiring what ho meant by daring to in terfere with bar Majesty's reprecentive and a British navpl-otBeer in uniform, and al lowing thera to,be insu'ted by bisvoldiers when landing at a t.wn belonging to the 8oltan of ?Zaimili'ar, the commandant. said the plsee belonged to tlio Khedive, that ho knew notMogof'ber Majesty's representee at Zaneioar,' #i)d; jhe shopld restrict' tbo landin...

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The Machines. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

The Machines. Ton#. Claim. ot. dvrt. gi* VEKUS. 14 Vixen No. 1 E fl 7 0 18 Tixeu p-c. 9 0 0 88 Orftnd Secret ... :97" 16 0 61 DuVe of Wellington No l it. *92 10- 0 21 Impertftl %.. ... ... 15 0 0 . 88 Peabodj ... ... ... *6 0 0 20 St. Patrick Block ... ... -sM 0 0 14 TOUQg Buby 6. Q 0 16 Sunlpjr p.p. ... 16 16. 0 AUMUICI fttifl Wjtrpiov going through. DSFlAtfCK. - » 157 . Columbia p.* i ^ ... I*« 1* 8fc. Paftfofc JJlock, going through. « ONMAHDALL " No.tl Btlnbow cleaning up.'L" ' M . . SmBTBtSB, Hang up. vifir LOCMJL. Ko. S North Aaitraliati going through, ^

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Correspondence. THE HOSPITAL MEETING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

Coyresp-md^npe. THE HQBPlTAfc MEPTIKCK 90 TflE fEpiTOB. BIB,-KeepUg bar|t the money contributed by the oleims until tirjcetaate issued in p>6portion to' the monrj tubicribed saenuto nettle some of tbe Hospital Committee considerable. Tlie way the; went pn about eltis little. difficulty at. their ?neetiqg last week, according to your report, was truly l»Hgl|kblf, Injly.ridicifotts! They seemed, somehow, u if their feathers had been rubbed tho wrong way-especially E. P, Graham, KM.. and Hit lioyal Highness William Skellon Eubank Melbourne Charters-and were deter mined to Tent their bilioui apleen on eomebody, oq tl|Qae, too, who were not then to defend themselves t to wit, Mr. Berwick and myselr. And tbe very man, Mr- Charter#, who ahuutd iiave nut down tlie nonsensical "chattering" of Sir. Graham and others relative to an dfl motion tpade two years ago that you. Mr. Editor, leave the room at reporter of tlie Hitter, (the minora' record,) eat there, calmly listening to all of it. V...

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North-western Exploring Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

North-western Exploring Expedition. A^epoet liQB been received by the Minister for Mines, from W. 0. Hodgkfnson, leader of tbe expedition cent ont fay Guvernnotit to explore tbe country fro.m Georgetown to tbe Cloncurry River, and thence south., westerly no the western boundary of the colony. The report is-dated troni Clou curry Biver January II, and ia accompanied by a diary and map, showing tile route and the character of tbe country traversed. Tbe party having, at tbe date when these dooumenta were'dispatched for Brisbane, only proceeded as far as Clonourry. /he in formation famished relates only to that par: of the journey lei ween that place and the starting-point, at Georgetown. Having attentively read through tbe diary, we have oonso to the conclusion that it is chiefly dis tinguished by its great diffuscnees, aud tbe marked absence from it of ii.iormstinn in teresting to die ordinary reader. Indeed, Mr. liodgkinson'a descriptions convey the impresFion that the country be bad...

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Loss of Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

1,080-of Gold. v y In tbe year i807 it wss computed that the general loss , in cbc* treufcment of. gold . . quart?! averaged from 20'to 42 per cebt, < through the Stste, but tbe subsequent in traduction of improved panB for the treatment of tailings ia Supposed lotave reduced tbo actual loss in some cases ea low as 6 per cent, on tbe fire away, when no salphnrets are present. Ghlorinitiou.-The OalifomiaHs con ocntrate and toast tbeir pyrites by the usual methods, and appearto look with great favour iipoo tbe process ofchlori nation as a method of extracting tbe fine gold therefrom. Tbe Commissioners speak of its success with ponfideobe, end in my opinion without sufficient reservation.. There certainly condiooa« ^ndej-,|rliBB^j-, - tb« process can be llVed with j^Tfe«ted» "?/ vantage, but I believe they are exceptional. Xbone under- which it Appears to be not applicable-and which appear nbt to bate .1 J been noticed by tbo Oemnisakwerc^ra well kcawo to metallurgist*, and1...

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

" THE _WEf3K." A JOtJRKAL OF COMMEBCIJ, FARMING, MIXING AND QKNEKAL INFOB mation, and AMUSEMENT. PobUiliod at Brisbane «rory Saturday mori)* tog i. time for the conuyy piaili. 4 Price Fourpence; subscription-Four Shil lings per quarter, or Fifteen Shillings per annum, in adrAnce. " Xbe WEEK," notwithstanding the brief Ssriod it bos been in existence. bus attained « egret of popularity, both in the metropolis and throughout the country diHiicta, beyond the ttosfc eang line expectation* of its projector*, thus indicating that thereby a public dc^idera* ill® hat beeu supplied. . OPINIONS OF THE PUSSS ON " TSE ««Its contents |re varied, entertaining, and I Instructive/'* "I»a paper wall Adapted«to tho©/bush life,* --Dolby Herald, " la honestly wox&. the JBoney. t'hera is no .let up * about itand yet itts we1.) got up, and mil bear the closest scrutiny."-SortKom Argut. "We weloome The Wpek as an important .nd valuable additiou to the rapidly increasing list of Queenslandnjevripap...

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

H. & W.BOWKEB Sttomeg,, Solicitor, proctor, ©otu hegancer, &c.> ' Ota be soniulted daily «.t Hithoa'a EoUl, - MILLOHB8TBE. T. 8. Carter. SOLICITOR ' Tisroej'a Mining' Exchange Hotel. Obarteit rXowsn.. . f " I B. Comm, _ arrolHitgy Mn» bqmcepob, . ^CH4ETIB*ToW*B8. hi P ,cr v&TCt. m.D, & SURGEON, H a.) Has BEHOVED from the Olub House Hotel to hii new residence, nearlT oppositethe Masonic flail, Miner-street, where he cao. be consulted daily, J. A. Scharffenberg, Dr. med., Phybhhan, Sdroeon, am Aocodchede Duly qualified at the Medioal Board* < chA'BTEBS T0WBB8. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHARTED TOWEBB. Uanleod & 0o" ? GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom 'Hons* abd Forwarding Agehtj, ?'VQmiSViLLB. . .X'-'i. ALAND, 'AUBTOOWEEB* ©©IMSSOSSOSlfS &&BRV ktlKEB 8IB£ET, Office1! Tieroey'e Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A V C T 1 O JV E % B , General Commtsstdn Agent, MOBSMAN 6TBEKT- j * ^- ? 7~i ^ W...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN UWBR OFFICE ' [FB01I OUB BBISOINE TELEGRAPHIC iOEST.] BBISBANE, April 12. 6haw hut resigned bis ae&t for (he Logan Cobb'e Palmer busincM requiring hii presence up there. .. Cablegrams state that the apped to the Pri»j , Council, In the Gj-mpie mining eate Ko?naii t. HoWm&n.Tiis been diemiided. It U raining. ? - t " April XS. ; 1 The naibeoT John Wurrte It mentioned A pro* i bable candidate for the Logan in; the Himftteij*' i interest* i

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

BATOUD&Y. AER1L 15. V^6 TflF new nub to the Hodgkinson, as was {piticjpatqd, ha$ witjrfntwn from this field a. lai^i poriipn of is "capital atfd labor, and a consequent slackness and depression are experilnoed in business generally; fpiniug operations, also, are restricted within the narrowest limits, and this state pf things is likely to p ntinue for a month cr two, until both capital and lalior recover thejr level. A good many of the claim fcolder? have started for the rush, and those who retnnin have backed oihers. A rather serious check has been given by thin rush to the formation of now companies and to some local works, notably, the School <sf Arts, further action with regard to which has been postponed for a raTifnh, the difficulty of petting the requisite subscriptions being found insu perable at present, and this has been con siderably enhanced by the site chosen, /hich is considered by most people not sufficiently-central. I< to be hoped thai ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 April 1876

BIRTH. EASTON.—On the 14th Instant, at her residence, Charters Towers, the wife of Thomas Easton,   of a daughter ; both doing well. Melbourne and Sydney papers please copy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

WANTED a Baker. Nona but a good hand need apply.-CHAB KEBR. WANTED Miners for No 2 St. Patrick ; wages £3 per week.-Apply on the Claim. WANTED a useful Girl.-Apply to Mrs. O'LOUOHLAS, near Hasonfo Hall, Charters Towers. WANTED a General Servant. Apply to Mr.8 Burke, Reefers* Arms Hotel, Charted Towers. WANTED a competent Baker, to take charge of a bakehouse. Apply by letter* stating salary. References required. A. Q. HILITABD, Criterion Stores. SK W I X G A1AO U 1 N E 6 IMPORTANT FACTS. HOWE MACHINES. The celebrated Howe Machine stands un» rivalled by any makers in the world. Why P be-, ause all other makore had to pav a royality to Howe for pirating pnrts of liis invention. THE New FAMILY MACHINE. has been so Altered and revised that it now stands *' par cxcellonce" over any other maker. Its aolos c\ teed any other Machines by bousandg yearly. Last yenr bj 10,o00. Turner & Wood's, <( CENTRAL' 6EWTNO MACHINE DEPOT," Nest to the Tost Office, QUEEN StREET, LjxISBANE...

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The Burning of the Goliath. [As told by an old Gravesend Sait to a messmate in Greenwich Hospital] (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

The Burning of the.Goliath [AB told by an old Graveeead Sait to a meis* mate in Greenwich Hospital] (From, Punch J A dirt?, foggy morning twas i "Gray's loomed Inrfce, close-a-lee ; The watch was holy-stoning decks As white as decks could be ; There were five hundred work-bouse lads A training for the sea. GMtthWii 6 giant hulk Built in the day* of yorei And more than one small Dana Upon her books she bore. No iron in ber ; knee# of oak, And oak heart at the cote. The bell had just struok half-putt eight. As broke the winter's day On the wain deck 'twas dousing glims And stowing them oway, Darn that newfangled paraffin! Whale-ile's the stuff X say! Youn? Looter bad the lamps in charge A sieady boy, I'm told One on 'an burnt bis fingers, till He couldn't keep his bold; Down fell the lamp; along the desks Tbe Mating oil did roll. "FireI" "Beat to Quarters!*' "Van the pu ops 1" I could cry like a fool To read how them lads mustered all. As if for morning school. In their sky-larking at...

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