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Shipping. AER [?] at [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

Shipping. A*a fWfil JpPWhBrfUp : April 24 Y#rrilla» b.Jrirom Coaktpwn. h Egmont, / " 25. Florence Irylng ' \ Bristttos. J)srifW»ia! v!-.'* It. YairTlla \ for Brisbane, it Kgnjont "

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

H. J. W. BOWKER ffttonug, Solicitor, flroftor; ffion« fcegancer, &c» Am beeWwultea BmOj at HufcenVHote), ' ' M1LLCHESTBB. % 8. Garter .»QLICJTO£ 4imauft Waing Ercbanm JBotcL jOhartm ^ ^ ,, Totren, "N J.R. Cowan, AITOBNEV Aim SOUCITOB, OOinaSSIOKBU FOB AFFIDAVITS, &o., Chabtehs Towbeb. H O. PUBCELl. M.D, & SURGEON, (Licensed under the Queensland Uedieal Board,) Hit REHOVXD from the Clnb House Hotel to hia new residence, nearly opposite the Masonlo flail, Miner-street, where be coo bo consulted daily, m. A. Soharffenberg, Dr.med., FareraiAN, SuuiEotr, ano Aocodceeda | Sol; qualified at tho lledieal Board. OOABIEBB TOWBEB. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHARTERS TOWERS, KEanleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom Houu ahd Forwarding AgebU, ffOWNSFIIiIiE. I.ALAND, AUCTIONEER * C®i98BD88llffltS &OBWT IDQtSB 6TIUIET, OBo* I Tiemcj's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A V C T 1 O H E E Z,\ General Commission Agent, MOBSMAN S...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, April 24[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN iUXBR OFFICE [FBOU ODE EtUSBlHE IELEOlUfBIO AQENT.j CBIBBANE, April 14: The city is placarded witli Government pro* fllamatiom worning digger* against goiog to (ho rush at tbe Hodgldoson, m it is a total failure. The Government crprcszcs He dissatisfaction &t tbo (lietrrfB prevalent* The Secretary cf tbe Queensland Criclcct As* .3ciat|oQ litis received a communication, ia refer* cneo to a visit to the edftoy by (ko AU«Eng|imd Elevon. T«ro men have been drowned in the river by tho upsetting of a dingy. Anderson lias been nppuioted General In* ?peotor of Schools* David and Ewart inspectors. &LHDWXCK Pi-A.Tr, Boblnbosd 1 Bichtnond .. 2 "ZingsborougU 8 April 25. parliament meets for the dispatch of business on tbo 23rd of May. Blake, the barrister, bai issued an address to tbo Logan electors, lie cauiiders the land question should be the promincut business of tbe Session, and professos bltnsolf favorable to tbe imposition of a land tux and tbe ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Horthern Hliuer. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

-JIKBnSjlSJ»AX^4jea»IU6. 187C. . W E have received t\v.> books from South Australia, piinted . at the Uovernment Printing Officii1 Ade'aide, and published by authority the- Government t one edited by WII,LIAM HaEcup, J.P , and ihe other, wliioh, though-publiBhsd separately, is included in the larger work, by JosiaU Boornnv, Under-Secretary and G.ivcni' xnent Statist. The intention of tlio work ia that by giving accurate information on the colony its advantage# a«.q. home for intending .emigrants from liie Mother Country should be moro fully made known. The dctigu litis been successfully carried out, .und theuvws of. useful information set .forth in- piun form ia of -the most varied and interesting character. South Australia stand? idocg of the Ausltuliiin group free from the "original sin" of convictiapVi it&,populatioir has in conse quence,;^ higher tone,'and iher parliaments atefreefrom the rowdyism mid vulgarity of other colonial assemblies. 'I'll11 re is a true and he...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 April 1876

DEATH. McCANN.—At Charters Towers, on the 23rd April, Francis McCann. Born in Virginia, County Cavan, Ireland. Aged 31 years.

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Shipping. A[?] at Townsville. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

Shipping. ABB TAU at Townarille: JlAll £6.-R M. S. Brisbane from Brisbane. Defabttbcs : April 26.-B. II. 8. Brisbane for tha North. " 16.-Nortnanby,for Brisbane. H 27.-Blackbird, e.s., " "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

H. J. W. BGWKER J^wctor, t»£gancer, .&;... COtolulUfl d^lj fiotfll) ^ ;??'^ MltLCHESTEE. /, T. 8. Garter. BO L10 IT Q R t Bwbangs Bold. JObjuten ? "OowmT* . : J.RCowan, - -ATTORNEY akd ^OLICaXOE, . ~ OOMUI^iONEU Pott AFFIDAVITS, 4c, - OaiSisMTowbbs. ..???' HO. Ku B C E L L. . M.D, & SURGEON, ^?i(ti»n8id uhdertbc^GwDBlaudMedical Eu BEJtOVED from 'the Club Rouse Hotel to bii ne* residence, Deartt opposite the Masonlo JIalJ, Uimt-ttteet, where be con be nonsuited dftUyi - ' ;fJL.Scharffenberg, Dr. »ed., Pkrm(n&N, SUBGEON, am Accobobbub ' .Uuly ijuilifled at theUedical Board. CDABTEttS TOWBBS. UN WAR JANG, GEKEJtAIiSTOnEKEEPEB, . pHiBTEBi? TOWERS. Manleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPJiBS, Outturn House «bd Forwarding Agehti, TOWTpVTLfcE. I. ALAND, ftlfgwaaegBim tL <BimM&a'a<BM r©BRIV HQn$ BTBEBT, Office i Ticrney'e Mining EiohaDge Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, J. iJ C T 1 ON E B 11, General Commission Agent , MOBSMAN S...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FFOM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN SlINXRQPFICE [FBOM OUB B HI3B i>- S -rBt.EOttA.PHic iflEST.] '* BRISBANE,*- 1 . , April 26. IAudley Oooto bet tnatie three distinct offers to tho Queensland Government to duplicate tho ,whole Bjsiem-'of'telegraph c^leiand eyerfgjYpjifl lines between' Adelaide'' and London, and csl-'e tho Queensland Qorcfonient to^dnrtrt'o guaran* tee with the other governments. The rumored appointment of Colonel O'Conneli to tho Goreruotahip .of Western Ausi ration, "Js donicd; * . ' . " - '. * . The sum required for tbelbipmcnt of a cargo of frozen meat to England, .£25,000. liW'fceen promised r * Macalisler loys the foundation ctonc of tho School of Arts. TobvrbotnVa, with Masonic core* monies, on the 18th The sale of Govoramenfc town allotment* re alised £6000. . ? » ' April 27. Tho "Bangalore/' with tho Suet mail, bat arrived at Adelaide* It it rumored lh*J, the French intend to annex those Ulands In tho South Seas associated with the deaths of Bishop PattUou and Co...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1876. We are indebted: to thu correspondent of (he Qaeemlapdar, Mr. ANGUS' MACKAY, for a rush of new ideas on some rn fitters of greatintoreat to thte colony. Mining, railways and bridge .construction are the subjects on whloa lie'has n ri ten from dan Francisco, and his opinions and recom mendations, the result of olose observation and study, at* well' worthy thb'Wrtintftp consideration^ of oveiyorie who wishes t > see (his «olonj adi^ntB- pill* for*, great natural '? resources ftufnVd best account. We give a parties of hts last letter on railway .construction in Galfornia There are people ia-thia oJoiy who pouh P'oh everything" American; but, fortu nately, Mr. MaOkav is not one of that claR3,"and hiB opinions ' "will liaivo due weight with «1J tlupkini; men ' ThG : fact th^t a light "line "of railway lias been .on «*tVuoted in- California at a cost' of £2400 per mile, %tth labor and material quite as dear »s iu Queensland, and through most difficult country,...

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Californian Cheap Railways. (From the Queenslander San Francisco Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

CaUfornian Cheap Railways. (From th« Queentlonder San Frsneiaco - Correspondent.) Dot tltrre are other railways here besides thp a Ur|t0 works reined to $ ehort lineB that run ID p1»cea where there is a fair prospect eMheir.beooroingpay'ragconcerte. Oat otAblbie fe th« 8ent«*0i«E and Velton line. If is a genuine narrow-gauge; the width'* kotwcin is three fat, Sid the, rail# wttebSO lbs per yavd. But light *e« they are, these rails we goi«d and serviceable (or the work done. Kre seeing.-the, Satit* Crua and I'clton Kate, I thottgtft wir Main iUttge «ailw#y a triumph of engineering skill (and That opinion Jholds good atiil. And this little railroai is also a. triumph of «n cioeeriuiz still and coat. It passes along the aide'of IthevSaq Xomliw WWfr-_ The line is but 8J wiles in length, but in the whole length of our railway, Main Eango sectionall, it it a doubt on cay mjnd whether ? i^re art 8& iniloff of1 country equally wild and dangerous, in cojqparison with that through whi...

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SYDNEY. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

SYDNEY. Aoril 26. The Governor opened the Esbibitiob yc6tcr« | day with much rcremony, Thoeify was crowded ? with visitor*. The display of machinery and j agricultural implements was very good. The i entries of Jiorsea and cattfo wen.numerous. Fiilier( Do Meatre, and tbe Governor were the largest winners at the races. April 27. Tbe Government have offered tbe vacant1 judgeship to Sir William Manning. . April 28. Tbe attendance at tho Exhibition for the past two days bat equalled 4o,000. *The Great Northern Hotel at Kcwiaitlo has been nearly destroyed in consequence of tbe spirits in the atore*ropm igniting. The rush of passengers io Cooktown is ap parently orer ^ 11'11 wraith, of Queensland* Furehass, Katea, Dart, Colt, Coronet, winners of.tbe first prize at the Exhibition. The Assembly has passod 0 resolution cop. firming tbe iloreniment arrangement with the I B&ift of New Sooth Wales. A meeting in Melbourne, lifts affirmed the desirability of establishing on Australasian a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

^Primary School.^ ^ AMEEXISd of Committee will bp held n 9 o'clock pan. on MONDAY," let May, at Owena' Hotel. - , . . Q ?_ >T. (WANhlljHcpVEee. ,. ihUi^^&AXi ' 5JOTICE,'^-Tp'J,llib Wgo'Trad JO" /respectable obricotirae bl jriendaiikid'eympi thuenTrho followed the remaica of my doeeufcdd trolWn^-TEihtiu, - tothJ gftiie on Monday, hlat, I'ftereby beg Wtcuflerf^py 'flhuercst»ndb«att Wt fturtra;-iiid ^sradnlarly un I obliged, to Dr. Seharffimberg ahdTIr. and Uii. Kyanfor their marked-kindnea: and 7attention to him daring bit pntaotNl iUness;V-F£Llk UoQura OUrten Towcrf,87thapril. 1B76. ' rcE^rt^ To^ero . SoibLQoi of f 1ST ef Bubwribtiona tcoeind up to April Jj 28th, 1876. . i :, > v.... s 4S e./d. Mr. John Harrii ... ...0 6 0 - A.Albeig ... ... - 0 2 0 Ju.Bndn,«n ... " -... ... 0 S 0 W-P^iuitt 1 0 0 .W.frfta^uBd : fci .0 « 0 i.B.{£Ik ... . ... 8 8 0 w.nrfete ;.. avo HiMowmsn .... .... -1 1 0 H, Holmes;.-. ." ... - ... I I « B.T Jamison I 0 0 - ..".. .».. 10 0 ?f.H. Boberta...

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MELBOURNE. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

MELUOUKNE. -April 26. Parliament is expeo&f W iaeet for tbo dc«' spulcb or business^ on tbe SCHLli June. Sterensons, the merchants,.art plaintiffs in four distinct actions eg*i)tkt the'Government who have returned (heir mail adrfcrs unopened Luis Hatnand tooktWoatbcf allegiance before the Police ftfagietratc^slerday* ' - The adjourned court for revising il<e Juiy List was held itf Millchcrte>on"tbe£6ui, when several new' names, .'were added, end the list was con:* gjcted^S .... .«r &lr. Francis M'Carm, «bose death we lately recorded, was on old resident OP this field, and had endearedJiimself toolarg**iwleol friends. Frederick. George Bcott, matter of the Primary School, ToWnsvllle, lifts been committed for trial for beaming one of his pupils, named Joseph Smith. " * Sir. Acker* will offer for sale, to-day, at Bfill Chester, the fine mob oT horses brought in by Mr. McGIasban. It was intruded first to sell thorn at his yards here, butas the hinge jue Unb...

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The Machines. DEFIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

The Machines. DBFIAKCB. Tods. Claim. 0«, dvrt. gn. 260 Bt. Patrick Wool ... 210 - 0 9 Btill going through. VEHVS. 150 tfo. 1 Just-in-Tiuje ... 50 0 0 Locus ir» Quo. and Queen r«i. «oing through, UAfiY LOUlfti. , \ ' Mary p.q. iij retort, and No, 1 Welcome going thniogk. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

- < 50 DAB WEBS If. OTHEJBS. JCOCRHIELD, fi^wyera' Arms, el junction of Charters Towefs Bnfl MUlchoster toad begis to $nfomi:tb# Public th# be bin now a First-olaiS Two Horee Power OS A Pf vC O I I 8 B It Guts and Refines at tbe cone time. *«* Any quantity of Chaff eofplioJ perJim on the shortest notice, endmoderate prieo. . MiNINa PLA"Nt« ANDQiHBE UAOttlNliuY OK SALE OE LET OK HIBE.i WttU Bightpf Purchase, , Extending over Onaoc mote Years. floats cmxlim>i at IntUdandt tf Purokaie. A- ft Gorbett & Son, ' 16, Queen-SL, Melbourne/ '. Agent: WitxiiM Jacksou, Auctioneer Charter Towers' '? TBE HOME SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH Sewing Machine. The Perfection of Mcchaniem-Simple, Compact. Hfficient, Durable^ Complete, PSEWS with the least possible amount of labor, andu giH tw^TA ifoara old c&o run it without fatigm-JR4jji JmtmpA or Afecfcamioal Genius ( The *'Home" Shuttle Ib the only practical Low-priced l,oak-aticbed Sewing Machine We'r inrcntcd, and has now tbe lar...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

Correspondence. TO THE E&ITOB. -Dsog Ere,-In your iaaue of to-day a paragraph appwn in re tlio aauye of tho Holahow gojd j 'tni*e»ld paragraph'!! rather foggy and^emelit -Strongly of.the cliemtBtshop., I eboiild like, With yottr permlnlon, 'to*raiae Hie fog fend counteract the smell, by laying before the publio a plain ttthteaKtat' of htto. Five lumps of gold (by rourte«y called ban) vera handed me for re melt Ad assay I they belonged to theehareholdera in tbe^Rainbow No. l N. I turned them into fire bal» -*nd aasayed them. On giving the returst to the btak I w informed that iiiere vw, a difference between the nssaj reports of Messrs Uenning and Brackebuieh and my*olf*of £6 ISi. 4d., my wsaya bciag the Joweil, whtoih did not iurpriic me, conaiuericg tliu leu in re melling This, you teem to think, aatiafactbrr, aa a wnole. Suppose then woe a difference in tlie individual ban and the; belonged to, eay, A. B. C. J}, and K, it would be no eatUfactlon to C. p. end E, to know that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 April 1876

JL. skull trcpliineJ «IU> \ pipkaxe oannotbe tnendcd-but the'beadrtpllttlng lieadirhM pro voked by a dl*ordo»d atomeioh Mo b» . par nanentlf cored bjapothtne theJriit eyrapath* eliciierre wlitohr oMmeota" the sUtrio tnginwlth the brain. Materia .Medioa afford* no corrective 'ofdUtuthmcM Bhd MMcneaa-in the kbdominal region, mo tr&dloant or any oC'the oauni pro* dttoUw of bntn and nerro excitement; more . [reliable than Ddolpho Wotfe'i Bellied am Aro- ! matio Bohnappe, MollOKay't ftHf.-Weik Stomsifcs.-The mncl cannot enumerate one jgunrterAof tbe distressing symptoms arising i from amMblqd digestion, all of which might 4>e:readlly dispelled by the* admirable Fills.. fthey Teaore du ce tileassnt/Uitei from the mouth, HatuleiiCT, and . constipation. Hplloway's ' tilU .roUJe the eiomnoh. lirer. and ercry other organ, hdpioc I digestion to that health; tone which full? enables it to conrert all ws eat and drink to tb* nourishment of our bodies. * Heooa thess Pills" *re the s...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3RD, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

- . t: .- ? ? ? WEPNE8DAV, MAY 8bd, 1876. TUB proposed change of route of the Gfsprgetoyn asoo.t from Cardwell direct to 'l^WQBviUo in b mat'er we o .mm 'nd to the oonjddemiion of the Charters Toweia Comminee st their meeting 10 ni^ht. At ftfst sight, it would seem as if this ma' 'er did not oonoern Charters Tovers. Ibis, however, is not the case, as a lit< le inqrnry will show. The change from Ca< dwell to the direot rou e to TownsvUe »ffeo a a considerable saving in lime and lessens the risk of sh npin< and unshppng t'e gold! lie -lisranoe between Geo getowi. and ^SWe": socor">ng <*> Pu h'a A marae. 16-838 miles, and between it ajid Vowns vilk, via Dalryinple, 372 njiies. ' Th? new road marked .y Mr. Ha*s*v rednc s the d s'ai oe OjisidereJi'y Ae the gold is packed' by either route be ij^fenjnoe in th« roada is not very arterial. .The delay ? ? 8 ^wiw8 1 more than cou> ter balanoes the l^e - |oute'bv D.ilirmnle. 2J 9$®"T10 w; tow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

WH. J; W. bowker 1 acnes, Solicitor, IJrortor, ©oifc begancer, &c., rta eonndted daily at Hiihen'i Hotel, M1LLOHEBTEK. T. 8. Garter. 80LI0IT0E Tiornty'f Mining Eichmngo Hotel- Charter* Xow«n. « . J. R Cowan, ATTORNEY txo SOLICITOR, aoiaUBBipsEHi m AFFIDAVITS, &o" I ' ' Ohabiebb Towctb. ; ?'' - ^ H e. P U R 0 E L L. M.D, & SURGEON, ' (Lioessed under the Queensland Medical t Board,) Has BfiBIOVBD from the Club House Hotel (o fab new residence, nearly opposite the Masonic flail, litaer-stteet, where lie can be consulted daily, J. A.. Scharffenberg, Dr. med., PhTSIOIAK, SuUOEON, Atw> A.CCOUCHB0R Palj qualified ®t the Medical Board, CHARTERS TOWEBS. OH WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHABTE&S TOWKBS. Iffanleoi & Co.. ORN'KKAL 6TORRKKKPHR8. Canton Hour atid Forwarding Agebt», TOWNSVILLE. ~ I. ALAND, «tJBT8©BBBn* <§®SSE0D881®H R&EKT HIKER STREET, OB at i Tiemef'e Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWEliS. William Jackson, A U C T 1...

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SYDNEY. May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

8YDNEY. ] MRJ 1. I I The Bank of New South Wales has declared ft | dividead of fifteen j>ep crnt., and a bonus of two ana a hilt percent.' Manning lias accepied the Judgrslup* Marshall Slade, of Gleag&IUo, has bought the champiou bull, ttoyn} purple, for fiQOO guineas. The *' Mary Mijdrpd," arrived from Noumea at VejrcasUe on Saturday with three men, left, on tjje'fcfuaton reef by the master of the I MIsabella" wrecked therein May last. Three I out of the nine died on «he reef, the ketch | rescuing tty; ^urvivpra. jfewriit bi«t Davie*, ibe American pedestrian, easily in the tnatoh yesterday, it is elated that that there were 403XKK) epectators, tncludiog the Gtoreraor.

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