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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, May 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN H/FEU UFt'lCE [IBOJK ODE BRIBBAHE 1ELE01APBIC 10EHT.] buibuank, May 1 The Customs revenue for April a £28,000. M**llrter it bellcr. The Brisbane oorrespuudent or the Toowoomba Chronicle reports that there *re rumors ol' idiungea in tLe Cabinet, and that it has been d.oided that MacaliBter is to have the Agent Generalship for Immigration, Hrmmsnt is to reconetruot the liinisifrjr, omitting Fryar. : ' May 2. Beake, 8males, end Unclean bare been nomin ated tor Ibe t(Qgan. 1'be o&ble is supposed to be brolcen thirty I mile# from Port Darwin.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

THE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, Miner-Btreet, Obabtebs TOWERS. THie OFFICE li famished with an Extcmire and varied Auortmetit of Type 0f tLte best oiicriptiDu, amted for PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL JOB PRINTING IN BVffiBF STYLE. CaMi pv.8hnt» OusDltn Receipt JBookn SiltbeacU Cheque Books rotten Cateloguet Sawftfttt Every Color. Ait Orden executed without delay, cad «t the LOWEST miCES. T. O'KANE Proprietor, THE HOME SHUTTLE tOCK-STITOH Sewing Machine. 3%t Perfection of ifech&nUmSimpte, Comjpaot. BJftewnt, Jktrafcle 4" VompUte, rSBWB with the leut p?i6ib1e amoant o1 UW,*nd*gitl tweWf^cfi-rsold «iw run i Vithoutl&tigui-Au aZnuiHph or $fechanioa< Genital Tiie "Home" Shuttle tl the only -jirvtieal Low-jiriwil Lork-sticher Sewing Haohfne ever invented, and hits now tin latest eaV of any kind in AuatVnlia. ' TJlii unequalled Meeliine ue<'f * dtnielit ntrite, jntkes Ike " lockstitch" alike on both siilcs, line a #elf-adjn»tinR tension, and ia adapted to er...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

MELBODHNE. M.yi. I Tbo Bank of Victoria^ tt Sfji&oary liu been .luuk-up and tabbed of £77u. T|ib " Kohinuor," barque, and the steamer " Hob Boj," collided in the Yarn. The loruier .ink, Michie liu been re-appointed Agent-General. Tbp Chinese iuternted in the lotteries haro raued a dtffcnoe fund of <3000 to obtain tbe decision of tbe Supreme Court should convktious be obtained in tlie Fslice Court. Mr. Thoa. Buckland's letter will appear in our HiXt. Mr. Mills bougnt one ltslf of tbe No. 1 p.c. limy Lease from Mr. Hamilton on Muiida, He bought tbe olber half a short lime eince Mr. Mil In it now tbe own. r of tbe whole claim. In the Millchester Police 0art, on Monday, Thomas Uoberu, remanded from iownevilie on a lilackall wmr..ni It* borie-tb-aling, WUB fur tber remanded until Chit day for the production 01 evidence, ->tauley WoUerston v. 1'. iJiabon, radiating balliff-i-caie withdrawn. Tbe progress of tlie Palmer is suOc'i ntly indi cated by tbe establishment of...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

WANTKD,? BAKER. None but* good hand peed apply. Ciublks KERB. WANTED TO PUH0HA8B , FRESH EGGS In Largs or Small QuaaMtiec. H. Km, 6epper ft Befreebment Saloon, Cbarten Towen. Charters Towers Jockey Olub. A MEETING of tbe Members of tbe above1 CLUB will be held at HABGBEAVKB' HOTEL, ! OB J THURSDAY EVENING,! Tlie 4tli initant, at 6 o'clock p.m., Jn order to arrange . Programme lor tbe Annual 8*cm. J. SPENOER CARTER, KfCff-PRESlDENX. CfeagSpm Towers Cemetery. rB Sraiteet ue requwted to meet «t the Uuonio Hallj j>n l'ttUIUDAV, the 4th tastact,*tSp#a> ffeoa, Bcckund, Hon. 8ec. CJiwterj? Towerg < Joramittee. THE papal monthly M^Uug .of the above Committee wUl be jieJd at ^nrgwavei Hotel TBlb Evening at6oc>oc)c. Bniiqen-Charters Towew MRt)iciP<i%> Benig ' tiBtion in Secretary, find other general biulDcw. E. T.JAJUPON, too. MO. To Capitalists, Speculators, and Others. k SPLENDID INVESTMENT. For Private Sale TffB wtiole of that valuable Freehold Pre** eitvi...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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The Machines. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

The Machines. ilARf LOUISA. Tons. Claim. oz. dwt. gr. 1324 Mary p.c 529 0 0 No I Welcome going through. VENOS. 150 Queen p.«!. 90 0 0 90 Just-In-Tirae : 87 15 0 64 Jobn Bright 14 12 0 No. 1 Wjo-lharo cleaniug-up j No. 2 Si. Patrick going through. DEFIAKCB. 6t. Pntriok block going through.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warden's Court. MAY 2ND. Before Mr. Warden Charters, Messrs. Belcher and Coxall, Assessors. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

Warden's Couit MAT 2ND. Before Mr. Warden Charier*, &fes$rg. Bclcber aud Cowll, AaECBeors. Harvey FiLtgerald y. Hugh Mosswann: An Adjourned case. Mr. Curler, with Mr Bowker, appeared for plaintiff, Mr Cowan for dufendant. A plea was fi Jed on the 26th April, which alleged that plaintiff bad no right, title or interest in the property he claimed. Mr Carter applied for an adjournment for three freaks. The plaintiff was a government officer, and bad been summoned to Brisbane, and a'ns compelled to go, It would be impossible for him to go on with the case without the plaintiff. Hv renewed his application for a verdict for the plaintiff on the grounds previously stated. By Clause 17 of the Herniations it was imperative Mint A defendant should flio his defence* t«*o clear days before the day find for the hearing; the defence was tiled 28 days too Lite. By llio 67th section of I he Act tbu regulations had all the force of law, and therefore there ougnt to be a vcrdict given lor pla...

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Private Telagram from Serapis "CABRIE to NELLIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

Private Telagram from Serapis " OAERJE to NELLIE. " Bombay ufce place. Landed in great form. Indian swell did greftt feOiQQgp to one of the foolmon, th.» tallest of the lot. Great ew<>U told lie baa inade cnisUko. Disloyal person said footman look more like prince than Field* Mnrihil. Great swell teemed to tulok eaue. Kujab of Riiituifbo capital fellow j gob * splpt.did eeraglio, Made illustrious, personage, free ot aeraglio. Presented him witn key to open door. Great honour. Canon frowned ; told FielJ-latohal he ouglit'to'tetara the key, Field-Marshal said be' would. Put key in pocket, illustrious person receirea visit from young Gtiieowar, Told him lie should' watch his career with interest. Introduce him to Baby ; she leach him a thing or two* Capital Joke. Piona'old party 'fraying on steps of mosque. Suddenly capsized, and half-smothered with flour-bag. Shouted V Bisuiilliati V* Couldn't think where'U'came from, I guessed. Saw Aylesford elope round corner* ' Field ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Simple Precautions Against Disease. (Communicated to Queenslander.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 May 1876

Simplel Precautions Against , '? / Disease. r (Coijmunleatid to Quettulan&tr.J iWK should ever be mindful th«t we live in a ward oountrj, whose mean tempera ture i» mlcb higher than that of the land of our birtli, ' We got used to this, and think It, perhaps more agreeable thsn a European climate, and hence forget thf wo must use precautions tuat would b< excessive at borne, M'o findi also, tbut the" dwelltTs in other hot countries art very cleanly, both personally and in tlicw dwellings. Copious and frequent ahlu tipns farm part of tbe religious systems ol Bralimlnism and lfahomedani»in, and tiie Islanders of the South Seas are described as scrupulously nice in such matters. T<> preserve suoh a state of health as shall Mnder tis as little obnoxious JIB possible to tin attacks of m eptdetpic, a daily hath ol iotS water and sosp nay be said to be mMt feffectukl, This ia difficult, trouble some, and sometimes expensive, in bust' bosses; and it ia worth...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

THE GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, Miner-street, CHARTEES TOWEBS. THIS OFFICE is furnished with an Extensive ana varied Aswrtmeat of Typo of the best Description, suited for PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL JOB PRINTING IN EVERY STYLE. S"4' Say Sheet. Cireulara Heoeipt Books Billheads Cheque Books Posters C^BiogueB Handbill i Every Color. AixX)rder» executed without delay, and at Che lowEST PjfilOES, T. O'KANE Proprietor, THE HOME SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH Sewing- Machine. The Perfection of Meekuiim-Simple Compact. £fficient, Dnrdb[c$ Complete, rBEWS with the least possible amount of laibor, and a giii twelve years old can run it ^b«ut&tigui-Aisji Tnvtxpkor Mechanical The "Home" Shuttle U the only practical Low-priced Lock-sticlied Sewing Machine ever invented, and hu DOT the 'attest sate of any bind in Australia. This unequalled Machine uses a straight needle, mite* the "lockedtab" alike oa both siiee, hu a .elf-adjusting tension, and is adapted to evety janely of sowing for family wear-from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

Hollowaift Oiirffftettt «»«£' Pill*.-Moro precious than Gold-Diarrhoea, dysentery, and cholera are, through thfl summer's heat, carry ing off the young, as the winter'* oold destroys the aged. In the most acute cases, where the internal medicines 'cannot bo retained, the greatest relief will immediately- result from rubbing JBolloway's southing Ointment over the abdomen* The friction should be frequent and brisk, to insurethe penetration of a large portion of the Unguent. This Ointment calms the ex cited peristaltic action, and soothes the pain. Both vomiting and gripiog yield to it g where fruits or vegetables hare originated the malady, it is proper to remove all indigested matter from the bowels by a moderate dose of Holloway'e Pills before using the Ointment. A terrible disease. If gravel is allowed to remain in the bladder, the accumulations even tually become so large that thoy can only be removed by one of the most dangerous and agonizing operations known to surgery. The depo...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

SIDNKr. Hor 4. I During « fog the . You i«i)Ra" ateamor, p truck upon a rook near lTobby!» tntoring IfflWpaiJle harbor. Tt/e engino room mi Ailed ^rjUjiraUr, Imttbe ivas toned in lately. Th« f!Kpmbl»"al»o struck |>ut auitained no damage, ybo Chamber of Commerce h*re arg« l on tbq OotsBitqent the necoifity of a duplicate cable to Jsqi^ujjl. pftmmuuicatiqq ha* beta now inter April. \ May 6, The Assembly amended the agreement with the Bank 9f New Smith Wales in roturcnoe to k'V? Public qcoouhu, by empowering the Gorctu iiient to .withdraw any sutjjIub oror &159,000, and to lodge it iti any otbur bank - The litmnciil report.of the Agricultural Society phone > credit balance of £1000 before tlio pie scut lixht'jilion. The frosts in the Yass district neo ctpcetud to cau6o muco loss lo stockholders. The arrangemorts of tho Jinglish Lcam of cnckotorB to visit, the coloDies arc completed G.F. Grace is captain*

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Towers Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

Towers Jockey Clulj. A WELL attended meeting of the dab met at H&rgreaves* hotel on Thursday evening. Mr. Carter vice-president in the chair. The Chairman baring stated the object of the ujetting eaid he had reoeived a telegnun fram Cooktown inquiring when the Towers raeea would come off so as to arrange that they should not clash. Ho saw that the Townsville races would come off on the 16th and 19th July. The business of the meeting was to clout a committee. J Mr. O'Katie suggested that there was o pre* Ijininary matter that required settlii g. the union of the Christmas fiacc Committee with the club. Mr. Ackers secretary to the Christmas Race Committee said, a resolution had been passed at I raeetiug of tliat Committee for its amalgama tion with ,the Jockey Club and that the surplus funds should be placod to the credit of the ?Jockey Club. } Mr. O'Kane said the Christmas Race Com mittee bad, by their resolution, consented to the Amalgamation; it was now for the Towers Jocke...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

MELBOURNE. Mav 5. ! llrougli Smyth lj-13 resigned. A naug of prisoners working on tho coast neir Berth escaped in an American uliulor, u Gjvcriimsnt steamer orcrtjok tlie ve«sel, but foiled tq take I lie w bnck hiring 110 warrants. In ordi'r to give out- readers a9 much newa us posible, wo »Jd «iu oiLra two coining t«. our inside paged. We arc, however, cjmpellcd to liold over our Court news till next issue. On Thimdny one person churned villi drunken urn pleaded giiliy and >vas IW los. or tnelvo bout* iu the lockup. We are informed that Mr. Eisenstaticr is expected to arrive bcic in about sit weeks with a battery of about forty head of stampers. A 6ite lias been already secured for till! uuphine. Tile Hospital meeting is held monthly on the first Thursday in the uionih. lion- is it that no meeting wv called by adrerl isomcnt for Tl- ursdtiy night last P la this tne now regime ? Serious riots are rumoured to hare taken place at. Cooktown. lti5 said that the BcraM ofTicc Was compl...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VERY LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 11 p.m. Thursday, April 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

VEHY LATEST INTELUGENCE. 11 p.in. Thursday, April 26tli. Florence Imhg," steamer, hauled out from wharf to avoid impending ruih South. Toole's eotcrcign Hotel rushed in *carch of Mulligan, mia.nol fiudlng h!m there, the crowd of infa. fiW minors rrooocded to tlm Commercial liotel, where -UiIHgan puti np, and demanded bia Appearance to explain the truth, or other wise, of his diary, Thd meeting wat cotnpo*# principally -of now arrivali by the Uovnl ntyjl pUnrnor " Briibane," bound to Hone Kona, which rosed brought a large number of pauen* gore from the Sooth. They took oompleto pos ition of the Commercial. and the landlord (Mr. Hoyon) having denied the presence of Mr. MuUJgen on his orcmisos, called fipon Peter Brown, or Ablcson, Mulligan's mat| to render an explanation. Bo reiterated hj partner's sjtatemente as to the rich reefs in exstence, bijt denied any responsibility bb to w payable nature of the nliuviu!, Ho was iotfrpp'eil by various cries of "Shut up," '* Iyoafej" "Lynoh Him...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining News. THE REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

Mining News. THb HEKl'S. I AKTICiriTBD a little reticence in giving tne required information on the part of eoroo of tbe managers and lending men of the co*operatirc parlies along tbo linos, but 1 found curb and all courteous, obliging, and willing to gire all the information asked. Of tbe several numbers on each line visited, I elicited the following notes COLUMBIA. Prospecting Clajm, Bob Fulton and party. They are now engaged stoping from the 90-ft. level, the eh aft being 64 feet perpendicular, with a faecof reef 4 foot vide. Nine men arc con* stantly employed, and liave raised over 70 tons during the I tut three ireekB. The last orushing, 150 tons, yielded 140 oi. No. 1 South, Sam tfcKewan and party. Engaged for several months Uniting the main abaft to its present depth, 120 feet, the ground being hard but good shooting tack. Tbey anti cipate elriking the reef every day. Some of the shareholders have boon in (lie ground uver two years. Thoir last cruBhidg, 200 tons, from the old...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

Correspondence !» CTE EDITOR. DEABSib,-In the advertising columns of the Kflrthcra Advocate of the 29 th ult I am poioled out by Mr. ft. P. Graham, as being A party to an arbitrary, despotic, and unholy (!) oompnct with the banks in the matter of assaying charges, fiir, I could stand ''arbitrary " and despotic but the ufitoty busines floors me completely ; it i« too much: this place is getting too hot even for me, a party to an uhMj/ compact. I must draw in my horns, coil my tail and vanish. As there is & deal of muundorstanding in regard to tiio assay cnarges and many mis* statement* made to damage mo in my business, I should like you to publish the following foots. About two years ago 1 was working entirely on my own account, charging for melting ' and assaying as follows AU parcel* of 40 on. and under £1, from 40 ozi to 200 oes fid. per oz, j parcels over 200 ozs. 5d; per oz. These charges were not high as compared current rate in New South Wales, Gd per oe. being the low...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

The Machines. YEJiCS. Tons. Claim. os. <lwt, gr 49 Locus»in-Quo 42 12 0 7 John Bright 14 12 o St. Pftiricb No 2 end St. Oeorce No 1 coin? through. 6 ttfiVGB DcsrAiE. 10 St Patrick p,c , 10 10 0 Moonstone No 1 and Wellington No 2 coin? through. b 6 The machine is working satisfactorily, after a long rest and general repairs. SXTEKTOISS. Queen No 4 going through. This machine is also working well, having got a new cam-shaft from Mosra Waiter and Co.. of Maryborough. DEFIANCR. St Patrick block going through. i UAtlY LOUISA. j Wclcome No 1 going through. I

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Charters Towers Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

Charters Towers Committee A. vesting of ibis Committee was licld a< Hargresves hotel on Wednesday night, Tbe attendant owing to the attractions of tb< Opera Troupe was cot large. Present Messrs Malcolm (in the chair), O'Ncil, Jamison, Bosi and O'fiaoe' Tbe minutes of the preceding meeting were read and confirmed. On the motion of Mr. O'Ncil seconded by Mr, floss Mr. R. Craven was elcctcd a member of the Committee, and on toe motion of Mr. O'Knne teoonded by Mr. O'Neil Dr. Purccll was elected a member. The aecretaiy read a letter from Mr. Dickeu io reference to the goat nuisanoo already pub lished, also a letter from Mr. fiootb requesting on behalf of tbe residouts on Church Hill, the assistance of the Committee towards the To* moral of the corpecs interred in the old ccmeterj to tbe new cemetery, stating that the Cemetery Trustees declined to interfere in the matter hp it was beyond their jurisdiction, and promising contributions towards the expenses of ex huma...

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The Mulligan Rush. (PER FAVOR OF THE NORTHERN MINER.) Cooktown commercial Hotel April 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

The Mulligan Rush (FEB Yivoa OF TIIE Nobtreeii MIXER.) CooktowQ Con mercitl Hotel April 26tn. SrxcR tlic date of my arrival I have m*de ovary exertion to obtain the von ftutheutie nuvrs from tho new field, and BO many discrepancies have shown up in the different statements, that I was completely at a loss to discern who vcob right or otherwise. A.t length I was fortunate enough to meet with au old friend, a miner and mining wflno0M of «~aafo OXprHoui^, Mid UOB in whom I can place the most implicit reliance, wbohas just returned from the scene of opera tions, nud herewith append (in n condensed form) bis practical opinion of " The Mulligan ": - The alluvial is of so patchy a nature aa to warrant il in being prououUced not payable' The ground is of a re it porous nature, and will not retain tbe necewary *,aquoouB<> clement for trashing purposes for any time, and, as dry " blowing ** must be rosorica to, the ground is not sufficiently rich to par such a process. The forma...

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Shipping ARRIVALS at Townsville: [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

Shipping 'mv.iLs Jit Towiigrillo; .i^'7 * - urielihaidf, e.g., from Brisbane. f, 3.-l'urpoieJ. from Cooktown. BcrAKTL'KES: May 3.-Lujohburdt. s.a, 1 »r Cjuklown.

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