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

Dr. H. C. FURCELI.! PHYSIOIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUOpUR, Qualified Medical Practitioner aider the Qucewland Medical Act,' I Can be CONSUXTED DAILY at bis fleacleQOO Oharoh Hill, oppoeitq Haaonic Hall, Minl-st. 5. A. Scharffenfcerg, Dr. mid., PHYSICIAN, SDEQEON, AND AOCOUCJITO Duly qualified at tho Medical Bo OHAEIEBS TOWBBS. H. J. W. BOWKE1 ftttotneg, Solicitor, proctor* <&m% begamer, &c.< Can be ooneulted daily at Hishan's Hotel, MILLCffESTEB. T, S. Carter. SOLICITOR ?ftierne/e Miniog JSxchange Hotel Chatters Tower*. 3. R. Cowan, ATTORNEY akd SOLICITOR, OOMME3SIONEU COB AFFIDAVITS, &a, CHABTEBS TOWERS. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHABTEBS TOWKBS. Maoleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom House and Forwarding AgehU, TOWNS VILLE. I. ALAND, HMefi@taEER * ©®SMO®SII®SS ASEMT Office: Tierney'e Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A U C T 1 O X E 3S M, General Commission Agent, , MOBSMAN STREET. A. W . J ...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TBLEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN UIKHR OFFICE [FBOM ODE BRISBANE TBLGqtUrUlC 40ENT.] BRJSBANIi, '}% 4. THE slander CQSO between Hosea Ward and Page, both dniggiata, wna tried to-dny and s verdict jjivon to plalqtjff villi £.00 damag Ccyirr believes Maoalialcr holds Ptyar's resignation. A difference of opinion eiiiia he mpen Hemmant and Ifing ns to the re-construc tion of the Ministry, probably ell the Ministry present (P). ' At the Macalister b^nfluet at Ipswicli yeeUirdny. Mnonllster urged the nrpwsity it ui:ion among i fha liberal party to advance the prosperity of the I colonjf. Pettigrew «d<| Foote made very iudc-1 May 5.

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, MAY 6TH 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 May 1876

S1TUBDAV, MAY Cm, 187G. THE rumored acceptance of tho Agent Genora'ehip by Mr. MAOALISTKU will not bo received with any astonishment The critical state of his health .since his return to the colony renders his Ci utinunuce in oflico as head of the Ministry very .doubtful. His retirement from the Ministry will not be felt as much of a loss, for he was always, by his digsiniula tion and faithlessness, an element of weak ness to his party, and li s Ministry uever commanded tlie whole confidence of iho country. At managing the House and tiding over difficulties he pus ustU'itl, but in broad statssmaoshiii ami - advanced view? fie was wqfullv deficient. There was top Ouch of tho cuuuing uud shifty character of the attorney a''out him i» expect atjy great breadth of view or en larged liberalism. His professioncl train ing and the peculiar accomplish ments ncquired in that profession will qualify hinj to t>econio an attractive figent for promoting tljo pmigra tion flf chaw-bacons from t...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

I WEDNESDAY. MAT 10ra, 1H7R. jial meeting ot tho Chartfis Toivors I itteo is called lor this evimiii}!, at | I i' Hotel, to decide >he iiuestioii of u I ? -.ipalvy. There appears to be il'vary I tl feeling among householders - i only tho question concerns-{?? I of peiitio ing the GOVERNOR io in-1 ?ate Charters Towera an'I M illchester j e Municipality. The arguments. iii ?rt of his step are numerous., ajjd isive to our apprehension. Th&ve owever, smae housi-holdivs who, object Taxation, ho mat tor for what oljjeot' tie reflection ouulti 10 convince all ,rs of house and landed propoi-iy how the value ? f theiv I roperties will be aged by the es ablUhment of a Murri ity, and that .he sums paid by (hern . vtes will be returned indirectly to their ? pookeis. Besides, they pay now, in shape < f voluntary cntribuiv us, o every year equal to, if noi KVCatev i, any amount of rates they are like'y je called upon to pay ui der a Munici ty. Tho Government endowment ties t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

Dr. H. C. PURCELL, j PflTBICIAN, 6UEOEON & ACCOUCHEUR, Dvij) Qualified Mcdica} PmctitieMr under tlu QttraiuIaiuZ Medical Act, ' Can lie Coxbulted Daily at Ms BeBidenoe Oborah HiU, opposite Uuonic Hull, Miner-rt. jr. A. Seharflenberg, Dr. med., : FctTeionuf,' 8dkomh, ah» Accodcrbor Duty qualified at the Medical Board. i OHABKEM TOWBK8. j H. J. W. BOWKER Sttorneg, Solictor, proctor, CEoit j faegHitter, &c., Cu be oeuulted daily at Htshou'f Hotel, MILLO0ESXEH. J. 8' Garter. SOLIOITOE *Tienie/e Mining Exchange Hotel.. Chartei* i Towers, 3. R Cowan, ATTORNEY AMD SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONEU FOB AFFIDAVITS, &o., CHAETEBS Towns. ON WAR JANGT GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHARTERS TOWEEB. Manleod & Co., OBNEBAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom Houm and Forwarding Agebta, TOWTfSVILLE. I. ALAND, AueTiensEK * e®Ba8»as»!®H &©wir HINBE 6THEBT, Office i Tiemej'e Mining Eicbangc Hotel, CHA.RTER8 TOWERS. William Jackson, A U C T 1 OH E JS M,\ Oeneral Commission Agent, MOBSMAN 8TBEET. ...

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SYDNEY. May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

May 8. Tfie UOTcrhment bare arrangod with the A 8. N. Company |o bring back, at low rata, any minora deeiroua of returning from Coofctown, Thi» Government bare aeked the Queensland Government if they were dieted to autauUtfe j the laying of* cpble from Normanton to Slnga* pjpe. Gold, found near Parkes, pronpecta two dwta. to the dish. The 200-yard« foot race at Sconc, between Watson antf Hewitt, waa won by tue former by . Parkee has tabled a motion, condemning the expense at large of tbe Government, and, in case of * curpluti, urging ita pKpenditure on im> migrator* and public works. ' i Mar 9. I Cbeerirg account# received of tbe downpour of rain iu the country district!. .,. I Ninety ce««i of combueiible material, known as pyroliguoinie, bave been seised on board a ecbooner in Ibe harbor.' At the opening meeting of the new Coursing Club, liiWi Northern Light won tbe courae.

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE; May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERS ilM'EB OFFICE [FBOM OCB BRISBANE TCLEQBAPHtC AOEST.] BRISBANE; M..v 8. Francis, at Xcaianton, succeed* Warner at Maryborough« *V«rner is transferred to Gym pic vice Wiiliatnfl, deceased. Samuel Barber it ap» pointed to succeed Francis. . May 9. The ore* of the 'fltratheara,* immigrant eliip in Keopel Bay, muiinied, and severely wounded . the eecoU<i officer. The cabin was barricaded against the attacks of tbo mutineers. The nuin hers who hold position of the vessel forward are espected lo decamp in the boats. Consta bles bate left Eoekbampton to tender assist ance. i

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MELBOURNE. May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

MELBOURNE. Majr 8. | A communication in tho Jrgut strongly con* demm the conduct of *be Queensland Govern ment in leaving twenty-three survivors of tho "Isabella," wrecked on the Bunion Group, to their fate. & riot, 6ince tuppreued, took place at Herd Hills rush. A. thousand Brined mustered and lit boufirei, and threatened to burn tho Chinese oemp and stores ; they sacked the storm and emuahed the windows of othen. May 9. The miners at PoBSom rush have petitioned the Minister for Mines to prevent tho further epr.fed of Chinese on the vnrioui gold field*. Tuey urge that Chinamen never engage in pros, petting themselves, and that they should be I restricted to working those claims which have been abandoned by fiuropeans. 6teps are being taken to secure the reoogni* Uaa of school teaohers' certlficatci) in all the colonics. The Customs authorities hsvo made another Important *e euro of gi>ods belonging to Stephen* son*#, oouBequcnt on a false entry. T*0 letfrQra api other in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

TOOA&RIER8 & OlftfiBS; JOOOKFIBLD, Sawyers' Arms, at junction of Charters Towere and Millcfcoster rad begstoioform the Public that he has no.v a First-class Two Hone Power CH AFF-CU TTEE. It Cuts and Be fines at the same time. %. Any quantity of Chaff supplied per Too ©a the shortest notice, and moderate jr'.ec. MINING PLANTS AND OTHER MAOEINEUY OiN BALE OB LET OH HUE, I With Bight of Purchase, Extending over One or mora Tears. IU%tz coiuldered m Inttalmcnlt of Purohate. -A- G. Corbett & Son, IB, Queeu^st., Melbourne. . Agent: WILLIAM JACKSON, Auctioneer Charter Towers Cobb & Cos. Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Ooaches. WILL run as follows until further no tic o From Club Hotel, Charter* Towers, and . from UisLon** Hotel, MillcUester To Townsville A, Ravenswood on Wednesdays tad Saturday#, at 6 a.m., returning the following days. %v. .*.- '. .*' ^ WILLIAM JACKSON, Booking Agent. Caution to the Public. THE deplorable effects which bare followed the use o...

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Warden's Court. MAY 4TH. BEFORE MR. WARDEN CHARTERS, and Messrs J. G. JACKSON and WM. LAING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

Warden's Court, MiY 4in. Befobi BIb. Wahdek Charters, and Ueun J. O. JiCKsnx md Wu Laisu. The roll of assessors vu called over, and P Hfrbon not appearing, was fined £3, subse* quently remittoa on bis explanation. Christopher Kelly v. Baak of . ew South Wale*. Mr. Oowan appeared for plaintiff, Mr. Carter for defendant. The plaint ett forth that plaintiff on tho 11 th April, 1876, agreed to purcbua" one sixth share in the No. Jaswn-Time, from W 8. M. Mnelardy, agent fur thf. Bank of New South Wales, cor the sum of £id0 clour of all expanses on the tliaro up to the 6th of April, and that defendant agro*d to par all expeueos up to thut date ; *.hat on the 12th April defendant executed & VT&ntler of ttatWe, Jbat refused to pay £21 7e. 8d., expenses dun on the share up to (he 8th April. The plaintiff prayed for the epe-iGc |>er forma jce of the agreement, and that defendant should be ordered 1st to pay all f*Xp«nsi»s dun on the share up to the 8ih of April; 2nd. thut t...

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Small Debts Court. May 3rd. BEFORE G. S. DICKEN ESQ. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

Small Debts ''ourt. MAJ- 3rd. BJLOBB 0. K. DICKEN ESQ. P.M. Hugh Quin» v. Harvey and Chick, £8( -Inmate nustained by plaintiff oil account of nun lelivery of goods Air Carter appeared for. plnintiff nd Air 0o*ao for defcudii'its who pleaded, let. m» indebted, 2aid, not guilty, and Kid (hat tin plaintiff* a freed m it Li the deicuduMs to t-ak< delivery of tbe 6 ton# of hide* aJithaUow foi carriage Croui Charters Towers to Towii&Wli on (be 6ih day. of March lb7fi. \ct ihe | luiuii£ did not take delivery on 6th Alureh, and tbi defendants were i«ady .and willing to em delivery of the goods to plaintiff on the*6tfa March. Hugh Quint*, carrier, deposed to Disking i verbal agreement njth defendants about (hi 2nd of Sta cb for G tons of hide and t»it)ow foi £5 per ton $ wh« to take delivery otO'Cm when toe river was- crossable wailed at < lie met until it was crossable; was to giro titoalj notice ; gave notice when the rirer w«s <-ro*s< &a...

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Police Court, Millchester. MAY 3RD. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN, Esq P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

Police Court, Millcheeter SSD. BKFOU 0.8. DICKIN, EW P.M. Thomas Robert, od remai d from Towusville charged with horsa stealing. Mr. Carter appeared for prisoner. The depositions of Tnomas Austin 8heeban detective officer, taken in Townsville, were rea» over to ihe effect that he arrested the prisoner 01 the I9tb April, on (bo charge of slealiug a-jb»t, gelding, the property of Peter O'Malley, Bluckalh prisoner said something abo t a Thomiu Skew thorpej that be bad to blame for getting hin into trouble thrduah. being in hiB company ; hi eaid he was not guilty 'of stealing the horse; tl>< warrant, produced is signed by A. M. Compigm P:M Blaikall. Constable McCarthy deposed : Was stations at Ohurteis Towers OD the 20th February la*i eaw prisouoc at Charters Towers that day .> hi was with a man named Thomas Jatnr Skewthorpe, who tibd thirteen hoi see there; inspected themj the prisoner was in ihe yari ana assisted Skewlhorpe to point out the hotse* - to the benior inst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 May 1876

WANTED tiro Bikers. None but goad bands need apply. Also K Mtin to drhe s bread-cart. Apply, C. EBBB, fiunialcUlen Baker/, Wanted to Purchase. FRESH EGQ& In Smtll or Urge Quantities H. Fro, Befre.hraoat baloon, Onarters Towers. * __ Tenders. WANTED Tender. for sinking tlio undorlle .baft of North Star Lea» twenty-fect. Particulars to be had from Mr. OWES O'NEIL. Charters Towers Hospital. THUS Hospital, bung now in wont of Funds, the Miners and Busiuess People aro ap pealed to hr support. Tbo Committee hereby request that the annual subscriptions yet unpaid be paid iu fit once, and Lbat Olaimboldera and Managers of Beefs pay io the tiiipenny Weekly Subscriptions, and thereby Arert the unpleasant necessity of closing the .institution. (By order of th* Committee). JOHN O'FLYNK, Secwtwy. Charters lowers Committee. i SFfiOI£L 'Meeting of the above Committeo A will be held at OWENS' Hotel This Evening at balf-past 6 o'clock. fi.T. JAMISON, bon. sec Business-Municipality of Charter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876

TO CARRIERS fc OTHJSBS, JCOCKFIELD. Sawyers' Arms, at junction I of Charters Towers and Millchetter r ad begs to inform the Public that he hu now a | First-class Two Horse Power CH AFF-CTJTT.E E. It Oats and Refines at the same time. *,« Any quantity of Chaff supplied per Too | on the shortest notice, and moderate priec. MINING PLANTS! AND OTHEB MACHINERY OK SALE OB IKT OK HIBE.| With Bight of Purchase, V.Tf^nt^inE over One or more Years. cnts considered as Instalments of Purchase. ] A- 6. Corbett & Sou, 16, Queen*et., Melbourne. Agent; "WiLllA.il JaCKSoir, Auctioneer) Charter Towers Cobb& Cos. Telegraph Line of Royal | Mail Coaches. TrriLt run es follows until farther notice Tf From Club Hotel, Charters Towers, end j from Hisfcon's Hotel, Mill Chester To Townsville k Ravenswood on Wednesdays and Saturday*, 6 a.m., returning the following | dnjs, WILLIAM JACKSON, Booking Agent. Caution to the Public. THE deplorable effect* which bare followed the nee of vile compound...

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MELBOURNE. May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876

M KLUOUKKE. Way II. A cninasisn round nuggets weighing twelve pound* at Oard-MUs ru»K May 12. Tbe Chamber of Commerce bare coiuMcred the subject of interooloaial free trade; bat, although fftvomblp to.the jpsUblinhtrent of a CuBtonii Union, ;#n ifcverw^ to only partial arrangomenfe ood the forma* tioo of Tribunals of OtfttWetXJQ VM-r:.T? ,,, 1 The Burdeun hMbeeii'iip aitice Wednesday. 7bare ia every np^arauco of another bearj fall oIrainir £ . Jfr. feococfc .pegged otit »' macbinc Rita, cm Wednesday, ibuie crook at th e hvtSk. of tin lookup, Hfllebeeter, ah& made the nccowwry application at the WanJoo'e office, Tbe Brase Birid ii^irproviog fwt aod will aoon be,in a condition4o be W4hP public eye end 1str. Tho'aCaVAs fcrtabBcrtptiens thU week iraa vaty succefliful, brtriging'in *&25£apb aod a good deal ujoro promised; -A few pound* more trill pay for nil nxpenses, and ttie band will start with a clean abect soB VbagTifll ^T/fiatea. The C. B. KrpreO li&alcopiad...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876

TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-At. the last meeting of the " Charters {powers Committee" (reported in your Saturday's issue) I observe, with unqualified regret and astonishment, that there is q solieme on foot for tbe "removalof the corpses .Interred in the old cemetery to tbe new cemetery," and'that some fastidious *' residenta on Church Hill" are ready to pot their hands' into their pockets to brine about l hie "consummation devoutly to be wished" by them, Messrs. Booth and O'Neil it appears are tbe prime mpvcrs in the affair, and for what reMOpsprayP Not for the public good certainly; no, tbe currents which move them are etriptly private. :Kes9i|8 O'Keil and Booth have never, in somifa deposited ^bere some loved ferm over iwhlcli' they ,have inscribed "Sacred to the memory,*' and therefore lee) no compunction in ruthlessly tearing them from-what snouia be-, their last resting plaoe, careless alike of insulting the dead and outraging the feelings of tbe living. t wonder,'did the/ ever read S...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876

Mining News. I Work is now going on Tigdtously onWery Vine on the fMU. ? The o*£k-Vpar.e fitftti mew rush has already brought fresh hands into! the lubor market, and there lias been a consequent fall in the rate ot wages i*> their oUrierei-^3 a-weak above water* With. aetUed weather,! ftov; to tc expeoted, and tbc advfeoktof Acfrr tQacmnery of a more powerful Itiud.tbo despondencyjwbich took possession of the " croakers " lately is lifting, and everyone feels potr that a bright future ie before us. With belter mining regulations, and jnstly administered, the progress of the,' field would be something astonishing. At present there is no certainly of tenure, and the Warden's .power is practically absolute. Mr- King has resigned and tbe North will losi a friend. But in mitring matters frjs owpTipibing to Mr. Ring lie gave large pVotriis&s to redress mloori* grievance*submitted-to faet^, butjic bos not troubled "hie head aliout them since. It would appear as if be paid more d...

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Correspondence. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876

Correspondence To THE'EDITOB. SiB,-Your last iaiuo rather alarms mc; the extreme oonsiderateness and delimtoy of you * allusions and ooncluaions ae to the '* bundling up" ability <>f-rmay X venture to say, our mutual friends Meaare. flenning bud Braokebusoh reflects rather awktrerdly upop myself by reason of the editorial Oommante, without which there would not have been much harm done,.or, at any rate, xny real 4b]eet; would have been more trans parent. : let no one infer that I would malioioualy trttid * 00 the por/ia of JUtaBrs HennJng and BwUebMob. *" » " .The yieltifcofmy claims having fallen off one hilCf^^bi geUing'.iato .theimuadio" aton£ the deafae poaaessed me to find out^ho-causo, and so via led ^otftkejcoqnoil .of *Mitajn' professors. I stated my typubls and hauling in a.parcel of. tailings said, nMake an jUsayivad gtoe me the result in proper form aud io Anting, fio that I can aho* it to professional men., Tin goiog to submit themme parcel to. Mr. .Buekuui...

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The Machines. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876

The Machines. I ? MAirr LoufsA. Moonatooe p,e., going through. NEVEE DESPAin. 40 No, 2 Wellington ... 41 7 0 No. 1 MoonBtouo... ... 88 ? -9 0 Ko. 1 8. tyyudb&m aud Contest going through. rjmtn. 20 Ko. 18t,G*orge... 29. 7 0 No. 2 St. Patrick going tiiroqgli, , DKFUKCE. 815 FlTiilrick blosk,,, Block Btill going through. tNTBEl'BlSE. Quooq NO 4 going through. ... ii\ 13 o

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876

HoUmag* Ointment -mi Pillt.-Cheat and Stomach Complaints.-The Bouroe and .centre of almost every ailment is inipurity of the blood; dislodge this poison, and dieeaBo departs. JJollo qray's Pills exercisc tbc inestimable power of thoroughly cleansing each component put of the blood, and rendering this fluid fit 4o perform its important functions. TLoj cope moat suc cessfully villi chest diseases, stomach complaints, Urer disorders, and many other maladies, whioh were onoe the besetting dangors of mnnlund at certain seasons in town and countrv. The directions for use enable every one to regulate the operation of those Pills with the greatest nicety. Chronic invalids, nervous sufferers, and all whom other trentuicnt bus failed to rcliove, ere lespeotfuliy invited to try Holloway's cele brated medicine! which will strengthen and cure thorn. Hature is Jnot uniformly generous. To many ?he denies that rigor ot constitution with which ahe blesses others. While it may not Impossible to conve...

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