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

"CRITERION " STORES. Important Announcement I RELINQUISHING THE Grocery & Ironmongery BElXCH.TS, THE Proprietor, harms determined to devote tlie whole of hiB time and energy in attending to bis_ rapidly* iucrcosing drapery and out-filting buti nes«, now offers tbc wbo\c stock of Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery, Mining Requisites, &e., &c- -amounting to over £4000-to the public, at pricca ranging from ten to twenty-five ptr ccut under coat, so as to efleet a speedy end effectual clearance. The small frontage of the OniTEHipff Stores bftB, Sn a mauncr, made this stfJ> compulsory, baring no room to enlarge the premises to as to do justice to tue general trade ; it is, therefore, decided to carry out the drapeiy branch as it oucht to be. I'tiankltgtlio orowds of constituent# who bave supported tbio *' CurBfiipK" eince its opening, the pubiic- will now have an opportunity of supplylug tucir vaotsfroa a large, ranea, and ire»h ttock at pricca trbich ibust ensur...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

SYDNEY. I April 17; | D' Albertii eipeditioa to New Guinea leares 00 Wednesday. Bains bare fallen heavily when drought waa most severe. A great meeting of fUmoan chiefs bu been held to consider whether the Kiof should retain the throne or abdicate ; the " Bameoats" being at Samoa, Captaiu Stereos decided on attending the meeting while the proceeding* were going oo» with a guard of teamen to rendezvous, Hie party wm fired upon by hostile natives; eleven 1 tailors were wonoded and one was killed, the affray lasting tome time. A oourt marshal is now being held to inquire into the circumstance* of I he disturbances. April 16. COXBBbUVP &TJUCES. CingeborougU 1 Southern Cros» , 2 Melbourne ChampaqkeJ STAKES. Chnsolite Colt ... 1 Queen's Bead ... 2 Cardinal 3 The Lkgkb. Jtobio Hood 1 Richmond ... 2 Valletta Colt ... .. 3 Daring the race Prooper'e horse collided with Robinheod, Valentine, SaUdin, throwing them* and caunoiied against Richmond. [Our agent may understand this; it is mo...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Oddfellows' Anniversary Fete [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

Oddfellows'Anniversary- Fete The celebration on Monday of their anniversary ! by the Oddleilom was a great success and reflected much credit on tbeir power of organlsa- I tion and capacity for promoting.amusements of a sound and oealthy Character* f be Society, aineo its establishment here, bat made permanent progress and numbers in it* ranks most ottb* bone and sinew of the field. Thelrinfluence for good is felt in every direction and we regard this as one of our most flourishing and independent institutions. The brothers of the order drew up in front o( their hall-at bait-past ten o'clock. The white eniigo with the cross of St. George was borne'At the head-of the. procession, and from the perfection of its fidisb attracted -the admiration of many a nautical eye. The ama teur band came next, thcu followed the oflleen' and men all dressed in'.tbrlr very handsome regalia, brought up at the rear "by V body -tf *1 pikemeo, battle ase and a atalwa»*th figi re tie tno Vanguard with a nak...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AUCKLAND. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

AUCKLAND. April 17. 1118 understood that Gordon retires from the RoreraoMliip of Fiji, and will be eucceedei by Blr.-h, now Colonial Secretaty of Ceylon.

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The Machines. ONE-AND-ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

The Machines, ONB-AND-ALI, Ton*. ^ Claim. 0«. dwt, gra 1088 No. i Bainbovr ... ... 2gOO 0 0 Merrie Monarch, Old Idcntiij No. 1, and surface going through. VENtrs. 96 Warrior <tg ie o 15 Alexandra No, 8... 22 4 0 Qaeen p.c., Ju»t-iu-Tlmo No. 1, and Great Britain going through, DfiHAKOS. St. Patriot Block, going through. . MARY XOtllBi. No. 9 North Australian going through, ENTERPRISE, Hung up,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hydraulic Mining in California [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

Hydraulic Mining in California THE " Qaeenslander" in A.tnerioB, tends the Queensland# an interesting letter on this subject, from wbicb ire make the following cxtract Having seleoted a likely piece for gold being found amongst a mats of earth or gravel-tbe deoper the better apparently for the bydraulio miner-bis next owe |b to get » supply of water, anil Tto bring it upon tbe surface of hie ground. As a rule he is aided at this point t>y the eadstenoe of cant! or ditob companies. These com panieB- there are scores of them have gone back to the mountains, to tbo beads of creeks and rivers, and to the touroo of supply by lakeB.At these places they have diverted tbe etreama into canals and ditches, and in these ditches they carry the water for miles. The Mokelumne Hill Canal Company have over twenty miles of canal,for the supply of water to the hydrau lic misers of Calveras County. The Bear River Company's water supply (for mining), taken troro Bear River, near Clipper Gap, althoug...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

Milling News. THE excitement naturally attendant upon new rushes and not *xcttpied on the occasion of the stampede from MiUehe*ter and Charton Towers to the conglomerate bluff distant from the former place ueorlf (href* miles *f foaad upon my visit three weeks afterwords had not abated. The prospector* claim was laid' off on the eastern and Towers side of the bluff, the numbers fanning westward ware taken up 80 feet or thereabout* on the hill side and losing the lead other claims following, a few indications of wash dirt were bottomed at intervals until the lead, or some formation like it was picked up on the opposite side of the bluff1 and distant westward in a straight line from the prospectors claim about a hundred yards* From this claim following a slight depression in the count;? claims hare been pegged out for a distance over a quarter ot a mile. No good atthe time of my visit or since, that I am aware of has come of sinking in this course of the country, all the work was bott...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warden's Court. APRIL 18. Before Mr. WARDEN CHARTERS, and Messrs. COOPER and INCH, Assessors. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

Warden's Court, APEIL 16. Before Mr. WABDKH CEIBTSHB, and Uewn. OooPBB nnd IKOH, Aueuori. Moseman ?. Mills, influx of water, d&magei £1000 -adjourned cue. Mr. Carter and Mr. Bonier appeared for plnlnlifi; Mr. CoWan for de03uda.it The plaint jet forth that plaintiff sustained damage <n oonitqucnoe of water allowed to accumulate io defendant's claim Kb. 1 N.W. and floning into plalntirs leaae Eastward Ho, and payed i 1st, for £1000 damages. 2nd, for ni> Injunction to restrain defendant from doihf plaintiff tliis injury, and, 8rd, prayed for such other relief as tlu Court thought fit to gnat, The defendant pleaded-1st, not Indebted ? 2nd, not guilty, and 8rd, that the water Com plained of did not arise fa defendant's claim but to the ground now In dUpute between them, end on which en injunction bad been laid by Jutao Heir prerentlng either of thorn/from workineTt, and baling bis claim would lyork th*t disputed ground. i , -for tI)0 plaintiff, ,t'i0 defoncj eet up ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BEEFS OLD WARRIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

THt. BEEFS OLD WARBIOB. i in the p.e. (tie prospectors hare been lucky enough to come upon a big block of stone ten or twelve feet from the crown of the lull which they are blocking out in daylight in an ex* cavation* The stone looks equal to some that yielded two ounces per ton over tvrclve months back. The other claims nnd lenses are doing dead work in the shape of finking new shafts. What they will come upon in that uncertain formation remains to be eolted. WASHINGTON. The saoccM of the party who boldly and sue* oessfully sought for tue portion of the Wash* ineton reef^ running east from the p.c. has em boldened a party of four tarry fora continue, tion of it in a claim laid off as INo. 2 B* The shaft being tunk to cut it has reached a depth of 50 feet, aad is in process of piercing some stiff granite as resonant ai frou. Messrs. Frazer, Harrison end Quested are certain of their ground, ane [anticipate gotting a fine reef in another 20 , feet. No. 2 E.-Tbe process of breaking dow...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

"THE WEEK." A JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, FARHINGk MINING AND GENEKAL IHFOE MATION, &NI> AMUSEMENT. Published at Brisbane «rory 8*turday morn ing i. timo for the country mails. Price Fourpence ; subscription- Four Shil lings per quarter, or Fifteen Sbiilings per annum, in adranoe. , "THE WEEK," notwithstanding the briel1 Seriod it has been in existence, has attained a, egree of popularity, both in the metropolis and throughout trtie -country districts, beyond the most sang une expectations of its projectors, thus indicating that thereby a public dcaidcra-1 turn has been supplied. OPiNIGKS OF THE PRESS ON " THE W&VK." "Its coateata are varied, entertaining, and instructive.'1-Qucemslaiultr. "I# a paper well adapted to the want* of bush life."-Dflttv Serald% . *x Is honestly worth the money. There is bo 4 get op. about it; And yet it is veil got up, and triil bear tbe closest scrutiny."-Northern Argus -"We welcome The Ivaefc as ad important and valuable addition to the rap...

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

~r Hi '3. W. 3QWKER Sttonwg, Solicitor, proctor, CHon foegancer, &t.. )>b ©omulied,daily at Siiho&'i Hfttel, . UlLZiCBESTEB. T. S- Carter. bo Lie ITOE Tieroey'* Hitting Exehnnge Hotel. Chart** - Towen. ' .., j.jfc. Cowan, attorney um SOLICITOR. OOMSOBBlbKEVlTOE AFFIDAVITS, .&B-> fiwua^n Towebb. ._? H.O . , p U E C E Ij M.D. & SURGEON, (Lioenscd Under the Queeoelaud Medical ? Board,) . . HAS BEMOVED from the Club ?ott8j Hotel to bit no# j^idcnceVnearljoppoa^theMRMnb Sail, Miacr-etriet, where be can be ««enlM daily, ' - S. A, Scharffenberg, Dr. med., Phtbiomm, 80B0B0K, aw Aoooncnsra , yaViStdat' thoMc 3 icalB6frrd ? ^ . CHARTERS TOWEB8. . : 1 general ^t0Reke®?eR;. TOWKBS. t 'Manleod & Co., . GENERAL ETOBBlCEIilPiiKS, Custom" Souse' Bbd Forwardinfe Agent*, .rowssya.i.t. . I. iAIAND, ftlBSTBSifiteEIR & A®E_BT- j *" '' ' yTVEg FITFTEET, Officee:Ti<OTBj'> Mining SiclmngoHatel, .GHABTEHS TO\V««S. William Jackson, A U C T 1...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

Telegraphic News, KOBTBElltT MIS'ER OFFICE [rBOtl OUB BBI6BAKK TEUMEiTHjC iOENT.] BRISBANE, April 17. Beor appointed BegUtnr of the Supreme Court a*. Bonn, in room of Munuh, April IS. There to . general holiday yeiterdaj ; over 3000 children cad between 4000 and £000 visitor* preaent at the gathering of the School > Union.

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1876. In forecasting tlio poUoy of the Ministry In the approaching session of Parliament, we are aided by none of those extras parliamentary utterances common in this colony heretofore. With the racaption of the faint drbppod by the Treasurer, Mr. Hemkavt, at Toowoomba, referring to a probable tar on lan4, the Ministry ' have preserved an absolute silence and their future measures remain in darkness. They appear to be resting on their oars and drifting with the tide: whither they know not, perh pa, themselves. It is true: there axe do " burning" questions agitating men's minds and quickening them to action. Not the less true, however, that there exist grave constitutional grinvanoeB to be .redressed, radical changes to be effected in 'he functions and duties of the Parliament, and, sharpest necessity of all, money to be raised somehow to fill an empty treasury and to carry on the works necessary by the changed condition of the colony, especially north of Bowen E...

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LONDON. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 April 1876

LONDON. April 17. Cambridge won the University boat race by four lengths. Egypt bas postponed for four months tbe pay ment of coupons due in April and May. Tbe Queen's New Title Bill has passed Ibe third reading in the House of Lords. Tbe retirement of the Cear aad tho establish* ment of a regency ore denied. Congress rejected tbe nomination of Dana &s American Minister to tbe Court of Londoa, on account of bis literaty piracies, Tbe war between Egypt and Abyssinia lias dosed. The French Chambers bare confirmed Pre sident McMahon's deoreo for tbe abolition of the state of atege enfotced in Paric, Lyons, and Marseilles, but (he Ministry oppose a general amnesty. A Universal Exhibition will be held in Palis in Mar nest year. The Assembly, in verifying tbe e!ectioo6t an nulled those of numerous BonapatiisU and Le* gitimiste, but rutifiel that of crciy Bepublican returned. Gambetia bas been elected president of ibe Budget Committee. Mr. J. Mackay has Sold out of the Peak Down* T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

The Indorsemnt of BABON ROTHSOHILD is the, teftt' guarantee of the soundness of commercial paper- Tiie autograph of that great floanoier 011 the back of a negotiable instrument1 would make it AS good as & bank note. .IN like manner the indorsement of tho distinguished physicians who have* above I beir own signatures, approved and recomraended Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aro ipatio Schnapps afl a pure aud most desirable stimulant diuretic and «toinachio is conclusive as . to its efficacy, - . . TIT ANTED to purchase, in Lnrgo or Small | TI quantities, F E E K H E G.G 8. _,H Fxtz,' Kefreshmcut'Siloo'u, Main-street Charters Towers. ¥~~ 'ASTBD a Bakor. Nous but a good band need apply.-Ohas KEUU. WANTED a useful Girl,-Apply to Mrs. GLoUohlah, near Muuonio Hall, quarters Towers. WANTED a General Servant. Apply to Mx.s I ioweiatmKB' rnis Charters Tenders Wanted I WOE the -Erection of a WHIM on (lie Maw ' i anirHaiubow Lease. Specifications to bo seen at Hargreaves hotel. Tenders to be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

STORES'. Important Announcement I RELINQUISHING THB Grocery & Ironmongery BRANCHES. THE IVoprletor, having determined to derate the whole of bis time end aneigy in attending to bis rapidly iucroaiing drapery and out-fitting bud* nen, now offer* the whole stock . of O-roceries, Ironmongery, Crockery, Mining Bequisites, &c., esc. -amounting to over i£W0«--U>the public, at prices raueing fa>m iptx to twenty-five per cent ; ondercost, so as to effoot a speedy and effectual clearance (Che email frontage of tUo Oqitsbtoit fitOEM has, in ajnanuer, mado this s$ep obmpnlsoiy, having no room to enlargo the premises eo as to do justice to the general tnUte ; ft Is, therefore, decided to cany out the drapery branch as it ought to be. m&anklog tlie crowds of constituents who have supported tbe " CRITERION" einee itn opening, the publio will now hare an opportunity of BUpplyimf their . wants from a Urge, railed, and fresh etock at prices whioh must cnBUre a apeedy cl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The New Rush. BRISBANE. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

The New Bush. BRISBANE. April 21. Warden Selhelm telegraphs the roturn of reliable poraoht from the ruah it considerable risk to their lires, tar the ptirpMi of stopping tlitir nates. They bring matt miserable accounts, 800 me a on tbe ground unable to obtain gold, tliero is nothing to warrant such a rash, tbe utmost misery nnd slarraiion must ensue it people will persist in pouring in from tbe South, he recommends orerj effort to be made to stop the rush, no intelligence received o Mulligan's progress. f

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SYDNEY. April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

SYDNBY. April 22. I Thero wore 80)0 persons At the races yos'erday» A* T'e victory fortbe cup was a great surprise. Flying Uatidioap.-Drischcs. Maiden Stakes.--Clifton, Connauglit. Breeders* Plate.-OhrUolite colt. Oup.-ftobinbood 4th, lliolimoad, Golgi borough. , - Melbourne Pl&tc.-Gladstone, Vita, Maid>of all-work, as named, Kiugsboro, Nered&h, dead heat second. D'A'berti's expedition to New Guinea left to. day, during the tour t'ley are to hoist tne flag of New Sout'i Wales on the steam Launch. Thebon, George Harris has been appointed trustee in the insolvent estate of JVM. Byan and Co. Mr. Parker represents him here. The revision of the Jury List coramcnoed yes terday ; several flew names wcro added, and the court adjourned to Wednesday ncxi. We ore requested toexpunge," alia* »top, the notice in this paper regarding the Bale of Korlhern Advocate shares, as no application has been made by purcboaers. k " burningM question arose in-or rather oatside-this office ...

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Small Debts Court, Millchester. THURSDAY, APRIL 20TH. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M., and H. W. PALMER, J.P. UNDEFEENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

Small Debts Court, JSillohester. Thobbd&y, Aran 20rn. Before C- S. Dicker, Esq., P.M., and H. W. Falkeb, J.P. VNDBFEETDBD. TOWOH, Bros., v. P. Hishon, £6.-Verdict for plaintiff. DEFENDED, Mitchell v. Swanson, £2 18a., expense! of working a claim. Plaintiff's case waa-That defendant agreed to take one-fourth share in No £ 6t George, to pay thirty shillings a week to him aa backing-money, and to pay oue-fourth the expenses ' they bought £6 IBs. worth of tools in oonsequence, and he vent to work on Tuesday, the 14ta t the defend ant refused on the following Sunday to pay up. Defendant, a foreigner, denied that he took up the share; he said he would go and look at the show, and it he liked he would-going on the Sunday he promised to pay the backing-money, because he was in their camp alone and fright ened they would kill him. The bench, not being quite satisfied with plaintiff's proofs, non-suited him, without costs. DavieB v. Bailey ". adjourned to Saturday. O. 0. Edgley v. V. ...

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The Machines. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

The Machines. HAltY LOUISA. Tons. Cluim. oz. dwl. gre 700 No. S North Australian ... 803 0 0 Mary p.c. going through. VENUS. 95 Warrior tribute 70 0_ 0. 15£ No.3 Alexandra 22 4 Q 27 Gfeat Britain SO i -0 . Great Britain in rotort, No. 1 Just-in Time, Queen p.rM JIoro, Thistle and .Shamrock going through. DEFIAKCB. # St. Patrick Block, going through. ENTERPRISE, Hung up.

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