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The Premier at Towneville. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

The Premier at Towneville All doubts as to whether the Mayor and Counoil wonld support the prestige of the towo by doing honor to Mr. Macalister on hit at rival by ;he Queensland ipav now be Bet at rest As soun as it became known that the mail steamer would not leave until the evening, it was determined that the first proposal to wait upon the Premier on board the vessel should be abandoned, and that hs should be invited to meet the. citi zens at the Criterion Hotel that the; might have an opportunity of offering, tbi'ir c mgrutulotiona on his safe return. Accordingly, when be tanie on shore, an appointment was made for 3 p.m. , and meanwhile Mr. Maoalister drove round the town with Mr. Burns to view the improve ments aud inaesse in tail dings which have i been made since be was last here. At the appointed time a deputation con sisting of the Mayor and between twenty aud thirty of the leading citizens met at the Criterion, and wore most corteously received by the Premier. It tras ge...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warden's Court, APRIL 18. Before Mr. WARDEN CHARTERS, and Messrs. COOPEE and INCH, Assessors. Mossman v. Mills, influx of water, damagen £1000 adjourned case, (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

Warden's Court, AFFIIT 18. Before Mr. WABDEN OUAATE&S, and Messrs. , CooPEE and INCH, Assessor*. Mbssman v. Mills, influx of \v»tcr, damage* £1000 -adjourned case, * (CONTINUED.) Tbe Court resuihed at half-past G o'clock. Mr. Cowan addressed the Court on the Hue of defcuA he proposed adopting. It nu given in evidence that tho water bad its source in tlie shaft i<i tho No. 2, end lie would show that there were three claimants to that ground. Mr. Carter objected to this, nud the. Warded and assessors upncld the objection, the assessors stating that they had seen the water and were satisfied where Ucatnofrom. "Mr. Onmin .jrent on to state that he would show that the larger part of the water cavrte from the reef or. the disputed ground, and it was beyond the power of the defendant to prci'ent an outflow from it. The action besides was brought pieuiaturply before tho amount~9f damage wcs.tiaeerlainedi Thomas Mills, tho defendant, deposed : Holds an application for No. ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Correspondence. DECENCY V. BILLINGSGATE SLANG. TO THE EDIT0R. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

.Correspondence DECENCY V. BILLINGSGATE SLANG; TO THE 8DIT0B. 8i&,^Were I inebriated and. to use iangnage one-hundredth part as disgraceful or profane as that nightly yelled out in the main street lately, I would 000a nave the *' darbies" ou and " Come aloigj jog along" gently whispered in mine oar. But where are tho police at nights now-asleop'P I am sorry to disturb their peaceful slumbers, but their eorvices are badly vrantod to rout a a pair of "barbarians from tho publio thorough fare of our township. I mean, sir, two well known fruit hawkers of this plaoe who liare lately located themselves in the most central part of the street to do " business." To do business 1-aye, with a Tengctfnoe-to abuse oneanother. The low, filthy language made use of by those two fruit-caterers towards each other, whilst iu the exorcise of their callingi is truly shait eful-profanity, indecency, vulgarity combined-and. it should bp put a-stop ta, if we hare any respect for oiirsolvcs, any ree...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Small Debts Court. APRIL I9TH Before C. S. DIOKEN [?]sq. P. M. and Mesars. PALMER and HOSS J'F. P UNDERENDED [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

Small Debts Court. ArniL I9ra Before V. 6. DIOEEN EGO. P. M. and Mesars. I'AIHER and HOBS J'F. P UKDETENBED E. P. Graham v. M. Murray, £2 IOi. Id.* refreshment*, verdict for plaintiff. William* Ticrncy r, Anthony ffoy. £7 verdict' for plaintiff. £. P> Graham v. D, M'lntoBb, £2 paid into court, DEFENDED B. P. Orabdm v. J. B. Cowan, £2 board and refreshment. Defendant pleaded not indebted; find, contra account*£L lie. Gd. j and 3rd paid into court CU* 6d. Tho defendant, being ^eworn deposed - °ioduccd liie ledger; in December WAS con f lilted oj plaintiff in reference to £ debtf Sue1 to him by Ackers; be. came to him twice in his onice ; he chorgcd 10a. Cd for that; in January addvised pl&inliiE in regard to some i-epaikf to the bouse, winch were to be chained to the landlord Murks charged him £1 la. for tlrnfct eef-t plaintiff bis biU of costs on Saturday test t the tcrrices wore rendered end the charges Tair. '. l>inlifl\ It is false ;. I know nothing about it. . * Def...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS IN TOWNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

Shipping. ABEIVALS IK TOW.VSVILLE. 17th. B.M.H. Quoenel&adcr from Somerset. ,» Lyee MOOD Brisbane* " Yarilla " " 19tb. Egmont ,, Bowen. H Leicbh&rdt " Cooktovra* Dspabivrbg, - 17th. Ltpc Moou for Cooktown. " James Pattersou " Brmbanc. " Leichbnrdt " Cooktowu. " R.&f.S. Quecue'ander for Brisbane. 18ib* Yarrilla v Cooktown, Viotoiia " Botvea. 19 th. Egrooot " Cool tow a.

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

H. J. W. BOWEER fltttomeg, Solicitor, proctor, ®oju fjejrancer, &c.. Ota be consulted daily at Bbben'a Hotel, MILLCHJSSTEE. T. 8- Carter SQL IOITo E Mining Exchange HotA Cbmrt«rt! ^'u«u.. Xowen. '' ? 3. B> Cowan. ' ATTORNEY ADD SOLICITOR, OOMMIBSIONElt ton AFFIDAVITS, to, 0JU£TBB8 TOWBB8. HO. P U EC ELI. M.D, & SURGEON, ; (Licenced under tUe^uecndaiid Medical Has BEHOVED from the Olub Boose Hotel to hli new reeidence, nearlv opposite the M^onlo Hall, HioCMbeet, where be can be annulled daily, ' | JT. A-Seharffenberg, Dr.med., .! Pbtsioian, SURGEON, ai»«> Aocoucmsoa Duly qualified at the Medij*l Board. j CBAHTEBB TOW1M. i ON WAR JANG, tiBMEBAL STOREKEEPER, ohaetebs tovteeb. Manleod & Co., tfENKBAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom Houw end Forwarding AgehM, TOWJSSVIIiLB. < I. ALAND, ftMeTa@MEER ft e®waaa8SB®ra &®EWT HUTCH 6TUEET, Office s Tierney's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, J. uCTlONEEUt General Commission Agent, MOS3...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINEROFFICE [FROM OUR BBISBANE TELEGKAPH1C AGENT.] BRISBANE, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MIXE&OFFrVE [FBOM Otm BBISBure TELEGKAPH1C AGENT.] BRISBANE, April 20. Tbe Gold Clip."-A. T. 1, JUngiboroagb 2, Keredab 3. April 21. Audley Ooote bu'eubmittod proposals to tlic Government to Monro through duplicate tele grapUio communication with Knlgand. Tbe writ for the Lagan cleotion lite .-been issued. The nomination da; it fixed for May 2nd.

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Horthern Miner. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1876. Warden CIIAUTERK again. We liave 110 desire to tilt Quixo'.ically against wind mills or wardens. This official has" however, so flagrant'.yjsot aside all law> but himself lately, that it becomes our di^ty, aq. independent exponents of the public sense of justice and fail- play, to expose his ignorance of the duties of his office wr his incompetence to discharge them properly. We pass by the manifest injury inflic'«d on the jiublic by graining additional homesteads to H uou MOBSMAN, to his decision against Thokas MILLS in favo'rof the same MOSSMAN, to his hasty and in'emperate c induct in excluding a 'regular solicitor from his court for language ,yaed,.io another court, and the lato repri inand-lie' received from his department. SVJT some of (hose" acis lid has already been punished, -.others are still before the Minister for Mines, and if he do not move to judgment thews is such a thing as a Parliament, where even wardens may be . mode amenable for thei...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

BIRTH.   McCLELLAND.—On the 21st Inst, at her residence,   Mossman-st., the Wife of Mr. J. McClelland,   of a Son. LAVERY.—On the 12th, at Charters Towers, the Wife of John Edward Lavery, of a daughter.  

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Millehester Police Court. APRIL 20TH. BEFORE C. S. DIOKEN ESQ., P.M., and H. W. PALMER ESQ., J.P, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 April 1876

Millehesfcer Police Oourt AFBII 20IB. - BEVOEE O. 8. DIOKEN EHQ., P.M., and H. \V. PAIMEE ESQ., J.P, Israel feme) r. Rose Bedford-summory cjecS ment. Mr. Bowker for plaintiff. Mr. Carter for defendant pleaded not guilty of holdiug orer and coverture. The case occupied the Court until 3 o'clock, but ib dot of muoli publio interest. From the evidence of plaintiff, W. J. Richards, and W. M. Mowbrav it appeared that Brodsiak and Hodgers ctaimt.d the Bcefere Arms Hotel on Charters Towen as being purchased by them on the 19th July. 1873, from Wm. Dorrit; it was then on the Just-in-Time. On November 23 plaintiff purchased the Commercial Hotel from defendant for £20, agreeing verbally with her to ehifi the Roefer*8 Aims to the place where the Commercial Hotel atood for the sum of £230. Shifted the hotel on the 27th November, 1873. biio paid plaintiff £20 depoai*, which together with thi £20 for the Commercial Hotel, made £40 dcpoBit for the Beefers* Arms. On Dec* 6. 1.75, ahe fcranefored he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

"CRITERION " s r o RE s. XakparUttt Announcement! RELINQUISHING n> Grocery & Ironmongery BEAM COS, TH* Proprietor, baring determined to deVote the vhote *>f his time and energy in atteoding to fail rapidly* i«arc*singdrapery and out-fitting Imsi-" .ess, sow oners tbe whole stock of Groctripi, Ironmongery, Crockery, Sliding Requisite, &c., «c,-8moi*atUg to «T#T j£4000-to tbe publie, at prices ypugingfrom ten to twentyflve per cout aoder cost, so aa to effect a speedy and ffltetail clearance TheSroaUfironUge of tbe Obitebiobt Atom has, in a manner, made this step ' eompoUbry, taring 110 room to snlarge the premises «o at to do justice to tua .gsoeml trade > it is, therefore, decided to cawy ont the drapery branch aa it ought to be. Tiiank'og tlte crowds of constituents i who have supported tbe" Okitebion" sinoe its opening, the publio 'will now have an opportunity of supplying tWr wants from a largo, *"d fresh stock at prioee vbicb must ensure a jrtafo.oWranoe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

*17 ANTED to pure We, in Liirgo or .fitaiill W quontltici, ' j ' FBSllII EOdS. H FITZ, ltcfndlimoiit Biloon, Main-strefct,-' Oliertcw Xo^'crfl. ; To Milling ConjLpanies and Machine Owners. "i urtnfra .MANiQItH, who b»" ? 1>bH CO" n_ -cMenible oMence Jo Itic Motfttfement'of Minn., ond"Qyarf»'t)MBhtflE.41»cliido«»niitUeie KfictMtn, iiUMW. foc-WV^np&gcuiGU*..' SalftA^ Wfp relcrJnS ohapplicatioB' »JU4e Offloo, . rjlEtTDEttS are invito! for FENCING. Speei J. flcatims lo 1)2 been at tbo ofllo; of the 'uudjrsignol. Lowort or any tondor u»t oeeesj aarily nciowtod.. " . * 1 vriDLIAM JACMON, : ' Auctosesr. Ofllco-yeitford's jfr tal,' St. Fdul'a Suijday School. AriC-NIO will- bo given TO-llOllBOW, tt' ti.o Junction ol' liio CrccliJ nei.r Co ck liod's. A LUNCHEON wil bo provided, at a charge of 2i. each lo.- adults. CullJUL'S will leave the Toweri at 12 Noon for the otmvcjanco o adults. * \V" 3. ALFDBD, V lion. Se:. Charters Towers, 23th April, 187.J. __ " SOIREE, AT thcScbool of Art...

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SYDNEY. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

6YDNEY. I Apr!12fi. Tha Colonial Secretary oRiusd uotitti fco patted oyer tbg city, ft tic recant of the ' Queensland Government, in reference to the failure of the rush to the Hodgliinson, warning diggers against going. The Qovernor-laiji too foundation stone of the Pritico Alfred Hospital. Severe shocks of oruthqudce bare bein felt at Stockyard Oreok. - In tbo caso Hansen and others r. Moses, reported in our last, Vr. Banker is mido to appear for dofendaut. Mr. Cotrati eokij for ilclendant. Mr. Carter's njnle appears for Mr. Uowaa» la another part of iUe leujrt" by mistake. Tho census for this year wi'l tabu plaeo on the night or tho-first day of May. The collectors nrj uo.v iliArittutihg the census pnicrj. "Ample an.l intnute itistrucl ions' art tfren in I hem as to fi.U-ig them up properly. Tho papers wi'.l be culled for on tbe 2,ii of 11 ,y, a.rt ehonid bo UUcd up uqd ready for the collectors tli.-n. A great many towns arrived during tho past few 4#ys, the Burdekiu being cro*sa...

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Statistics of Californian Mining [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

Statistics of Californian Mining ftis gold yield of Culifornia in 1863 ex cecdttf. eleven fnlliionp sterling. The gross yM'l from quartz mines increasing sluvvly The .capital invested in mines and mining is returning about SO per ocpt. The average eatings per mines is at jeatt 12s. Mrflayi.n those mines which arc "pencd In «0jnejuf lie well known mine*, tliV'yield averages all tueyear round £4 per day for .veijriiind employed. Iyrthe mills of Virginn Oily elono (lie; CBeJaplcGs tban'923 pans of varions makes including, tie ;Knos, Wbccler, Hepburn, Varoey, IVckeleo and - 1'lain, and ? 400 settlers, agitators, gribdere, barrels, tubs and qoneehtratdta* " Fipbgold-In tlio yiajr .1800 tho yiold o! gold Was found to tie in tlio Pine-tree district.only 40 per oent, -of (ho actual contents, owing to its being to fine vs to bo invisible to the naked eye. Iij the Mariposa dietSjct, for thd fume reason, I lie gold quart! wbieli yields £10 to £12 10<, per tun ugod only ti give ,40s....

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Warden's Court, APRIL 25IH. BEFORE MR. WARDEN [?], [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

Warden's Court, .-APBIL.26IH. . BFIPORE ME. WAHDEH CLUFCTEBS, Alfred ITcaMi and others v. George Edibleton £4 2a. lid. ' The pltiiil set forth that rbe defendant owed £i St. lid. on calls duciu respect of a one-eighth share in the Ilevclook block lease, sail prayed that the court should declare (lie chare forfeited. The Warden, having eraminej the rules drawn up by the shareholders, doclared that the Itb mle authorized the abareholderi to toll the 'shore of any defaulter. The court could not, therefore, entertain the application. They must abide by their own rules. Plaintifii non-suited.

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The Soda Fountain [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

The Soda Jknintaln' ..*.> . ITE was riming tlic glarae when the old Jfldy, entered the store. It was hot Weather, en^tke. soda fountain looked so tempting that she a^q* qucrcd her avarico end walked overand '"itfltlita boy that she would take a glass. "IkTyou wish for a fly in It?" be inquired in ft whisper. " A fly P Qrashus, no 1" the repUcd, .with ,a look of disgust on ber face. 41 Just as you sny, madam," bo vent on as be drear some eyrup. .' fyoplp tuo 80 different ID lasteftyou know, dome object to flier, and tome don't. I'll mj? tome {the* apple syrup with this lemon 1 antj ttf>w, wijl'yoiy have a great deal ofgae'and.a Hitle Water, or a great deal of water and o* little! guP" I am putty tbunty,** ehe eaid, " Wcli then, jt>U want more water than gasj and thfere wonV be eo much danger ot an crplodon f ^ " E*plc«iou f " .he queried*- "Tliat'was the word, jM&danv We baveliftd but few tuoh accident* this sura* m«T, and I truly liopo that we tnay fca*o ^0 wort." "...

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Millchester Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 24TH. Before C. S. [?], Esq. P. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

Millchester Police Oourt MONDIT, APBIL 24TH. Before 0. 8. DICIEN, Efq. P. M. William Heury White v. Richard Hargreaves -inderamt language in a publio place. Mr. Ootran for compkmant, Mr, Garter for defendant, \V. H. White, accountant, deposed t-Oh the lOtb April was in Wwlon'a ebop, Mlllolieitor t was awiilinff defendant*! -brotner*in*)air 'and nephew as a friend ; volunteered toatsut tliea $ tUo defendant drove up to t&a dbor id a buggy* jumped cut?, and eoid to Ulm " I'll, amo^joti witli iho «ubko tauoe as that B. tViero^ fcou aro a B. 8." I Ufe'ropefiled tb5w r«rrfrds*$evcra1 times in the tbop; < bio -repeMtd fbun' afterward* on tbe ^eraOdah; «a% jVeofJe lliflhiffigpH^^id in . the main street jou are nothing mora than a B. liar i gave nt> prorogation \ the only. tUtag to did wm to beg defendant,to deiiif beatjng his brother*ii)*law; tho defoliant was notikltO^etber dnink ; be wo# ?gUtaMoi;h'BIehow/&d>»gDB of Hq&oKt p.., -i - » J i «&am...

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Small Debts Court, Millchester. APRIL 22. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

Small DobtB Court, Millchester. . Aran EE. j Before O.' 6. Dicjtm, Eiq., P.M. | (George Dam v Arthur Bailer, £19 amount df e cinque. , . Mr. Bowler for plaintiff. Mr. Carter' fcr defcudftitt pleaded not indebted, sad that th# chequo was a forgery. George Davis deposed : Tho cheque produoei. came into his poisessiou and was ciwhed by his' wife for a man who owed them 27s.: the chequb in in the saute state na when he got it ; .-preseiAod it at (he Bank of New South Wales, Millchesicrf. it was not paid ; gare value for it, and had tiofc got paid yet. t, The wife of .witness confirmed his evidence, arid stated she gave the inau two £5 notes, two £L noie*, and aomi slirer, ?' w . William Charles Bell, agent for the Queens* land-National Bank; Millcbefiter, deposed* As> an expert caesidered the woixl in; toe body of the chequo*' thirteen " and not "three*' ;'thinks the word? were writ:«n in the satno ink as tho ** £3 13s ^; thinks 1 bo words " thirteen shillings sferiiug"wers written i...

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The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

' The MacJjines. VBKCfl. Tons* Claim. oz. ritrfc. grs.* 15 . Itosc, Thistle k Shamrock 30 0 0 154 <}uccn p.C...r" - ... 100 0 0 18 Great Britoin' ""-.U ... 7 0 0 Just*ia«Timo No. 1 htid p.c. going Ibrougli. --&E FIANCE. St. Patriot block £oittj? through. fcli&Y I/OUlBi. Uftfy p.c. going LhruoRh. 'tofrEBPBIBE, Hufig up.

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

Correspondence. TO TUB EDITOR. Sib,-You are qnito right in what yon said fu SaturdayYpaper ubout the Caledonia lease. In (lie batoning of MnrcJi J know that it had not been worked for nearly eerea month*. I anw bo reason why I «1)pu1dT)b^pt the«ro"&d*nd haye,; .) a 11? at it» Ou the 20th Maitn I pegged but' the left ^ find scat & telegram, through you to tbs Minis er far Mines* te'Ung him Jo forfeit the it-2UQ aud applying (or the aame. I alto applied to Warden Charters to report (lie lease fti not workod according to the regulaiions, and applied , ,* to him to be put in possession of the leale When' it tfas drtJored forfeited. I think I am bett «n* titled to the ground, nod did ell I possiblj^eould . to get it. But, what does Warden Charters do. Oa Thursday ercning last, as soon as the mail - carao in with o letter, I suppose, from tjje Minis? ^ ter for Mines, he goes to Mr. Palmer an& tolls » him to come along out to the Caledoriia, Thot % co out then and p...

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