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Charters Towers Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876
,Charters Towers* Committee.;] A ePECUL meeting of lliii Committee iru> bold on Wednesdny evoning, nt Owens' Hotel, lo consider 1 lie question of a municipality', l'bere was a vwj good alteudanco, J!r. Mills ocoujjIckI (lie plioir. £ s .. ' "Oh Vlie mol ion 6'f Mr. OiKinC, cciondpd lA-l Vr. Hartley, Mr. J. G. Jackson was docfed » inomber, and, on Hie motion of Mr Ackori eecqndod by Mr. Bosi, Mr 'Rom Roiinidn will ioloqtefl.» Wfmbcr of tbo Committee.- ,» . ,, ,T)|p mibiitM of &lt;bo Dim-fan hmmMob were, mid ConArtncil; aJd 'Mr.' Jamison, tbo secretary, reported oh behalf of "tllo correin pondencc committal, tliat tie bud dispatched, by tlio last mail to Brisbane tbo lotto* ordered to bo written at the last meeting to Mr. King "and! to Mr. MBOfOsaftri. ' He bod forwarded to irrttSh«iili(>ho; KU(p) "lions paB»ed at tlie raeeUog'last explained tbe various tiiSy^eferrcd. Wit I) to ai»;Cemc5:ry,.:|iO letter bad been written tu Xbi Colonial^SeOtela-v, as i'- »# contidercd SS»...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876
TO TUB £DIT0B. fitlt,-In il letter in last Saturday's AAvocatc, Mr, S. P. Graham acounei yon of writing a totter signed "£. &L 1'homas," about the liospitnl meeting, which «pp&lt;arcd in your paper a aliort back. It ii not fair at all, fir, that you should be blamed tor My doings. I bog to inform that scribbling gentleman that you1 did not write a Unt.of it, and what!eaid an reference to him tbewin-I Bay again. I hope that will satisfy Ii!b curiosity, (or lie will receive no .further Information from »c, nor will I take any note again of bU idiotic gabbling*. If you cannot cure blm, sir, there Is a poor shoip of my beine able to do 60, lam, eir, lie,, E.M.THOMAS.
Warden's Court, MAY 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876
Warden's Court, MAY IOIII. BEFORE the V^EpEF, and Messrs. Cokkoely andI ' 'Wii. l)iva jUieasoh' Micbael Dnon v. II. W*. Palmer: Encroach inenl, and traspass. Mr. Oowan appeared for plaintiff and Air. Carter for defcndaut. fiie plaiot eei forth that on the 21st Aoril defendant etvjroacbfed anal tresspass^ .on 75, known as the Caledonia Lease, and claimed £10, and plaintiff prayed, first, that defendant ebonld be ordered to pay him £10, second, tjwt defendant should be furttter restrained from Jrca passing, third, for euch further relief at the court might award. '. M ' The defendant pleaded* first, txot guilty, aeciond: not indebted. ilr. Cowan applied to amend (the plaintiff, by inserting that plaint iff or. the 22nd April, on the publication of tbe forfeiture of lease 75, wa» tbe first applicant fort'ic ground, and tliat he should be decreed to be the first applicant. : - i Ibe court considered this was a substantially different plaint, and refused to'aliojt thfc ntn^d. inont. .J -...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876
COMMERCIAL, Sdatie Miner? R£ro.vrv-1. Aland toparU having dit)X>aed of privately, duiing tho woeb, 200 ecrip Rainbow P.G.M. Co. (limited) ; 1-32 Eame-as-Ueual; also, by public auction, £ share of Huvclonk Block Loose all ibc aborc ut £&tie(acU>ry-f)ti00tt. . ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876
Dr. H. & PUECELL, PHYSICIAN, fiDBQBOK & AOOOtTOHEUE, ^ Q**1\fied Medical Practitioner under tf» Q%vemla»d Medical Art, &lt;?"> b»J3o»niBfBD Dmx at bia Bsaidejioe Vhoroh HiU, oppoette Mwoaic Htll, Mlner-»t. H J. W. BOWKER SBtocneg. Solicitor, proctor, ®on= fcejattcer, (cc.x On be consulted daily at HiihonVi Hotel, MUiLOHBSI^fL J. S. Carter., ; SOtlCIXOK Tiernej'e Uiniog Exchange Hotel. Charter! Towm, J. R Cowan, ATTORNEY akb SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONER MB AFFIDAVITS, &a, Ohibtebs Towbbb. ON WAR JAN6, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHARTERS TOWEES. Manleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, OoMom House and Forwarding Agebti, TOWKSVXLIiE. I. ALAND, Auenemsit * emmsasm mmr MUreB 8THKET, Ofioe: Tiemey's Uiniog Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWER8. William Jackson, AUCTIONEER, General Commission Agent, MOBSMAN STREET. W. J. TOLL & CO., ABATED WATER & CORDIAL Manufacturers, CH ARTE BS TOWER B. W .... J £. » » - JB R , SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, Cmabt...
SYDNEY. May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876
BIPNET. M») U. tCoGtehas agaiu on the C-overjj idppHtky of a dupUoate cible, «nd b&B grojWMU Cor iti construction under iTpromont tare telegrapbed tc New to *Eccit»m £he . I»ct d&te AccU&rid lalul vu visited, with a view of nicmeiomg ttalUMihoodtf the paowiigen nad cieirof Uie ^BtAttmort/' thb Uiiwing ship, being found thire. A'totbquuet bns been formed to dote the foiinatioo of a station thoro. The nuning ^wden deprcKfetiefi any nuh to the &ew &lt;Jiggingi, near Parkee, until they ban: been thoroughly prospected. Divies, an American, And Griffiths have tiad * match for a hundred yards. The Minister for liuads in fipitc' of the re monstrances of t he Premier and the Speaker left the Assembly while the latter vu addressing thfeznecDheift. Butler declared that the Aaseabiy fw a disgrace to tho country, and he tvoolj attend the Session jio more. The Parlu» rosl} ie declared a duffer. The Bar ^htvrUuned' Judge Manning to a dinner. ?
northern miner. SATURDAY, MAY 13TH, 1876. Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 May 1876
SA-TURPilV, MA*g' i3rit, '&76. > ' \ Telegraphic News. ? y sQjiTnEiin nfyaioFftas [FBoa .qpH hbkiuhe , T^LEG^iriiic Aoiisr.] Tub Logan election is oven McLean polled! ?08^' Blake 169, fiqu»Io» 77/ MeLeab ^tlic &ood Templare1 candidate. King has resigned. Dickson, member for Egooggera, baa been gazetted Mtoutor for Works and Mines. Mtoy J I. TUc body of a ciitu namod 2>avid Ragle Clark bat been found in the river, Griffith haa been mode * Q.C. The defeated candidates fit the Logan election bavo lodged protests on account of alleged Informalities aw Neruug aud Coomcra polling pUees, ; | |1 A , i '? l IPBW1CH UilDES>LATE- ' I . Mecearoni..,. . ... ... I BUzewood..t ... 2 Souvenir - 8 oovebkob1^ our. Irish Town , 1 Lady Leo . 2 PJongbboy ... .r, 3 TOWN r^iTe. .' Ketto. . , ...Tl Gemma ... ...2 Vcrgy 3 Wrangler 4 SAVtdh'Q BTAKBB, Lady Doau ... "> . . ... 1 Bouveuii ... m» ... .. 2 May 12. . Humors tiro current that King i» rcjoiaibg the Wiimtry, taking Fryar'e...
SYDNEY. May 1[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
SYDNEY. Mny 1'. ] I Htftiit ohtiltnged WM&ott to tun. a ( hundred yards for £500 n-flide. I A Bill lias been introduced In the Asstmbly, \- - STaylG. 1 Tfr Government have arranged 1o man a war | vawl to go to Auckland lrian&s in search of trace* of the wreck of tbe Strathmore. In (be action Owaton v. tbe Sank of New ] South Wales, for malicious prosecution, a verdict I was given for tbo peintilT, £50O> Thomson, a draper at ft'cwcaslle, has beep sen* lenced to six years' imprisonment for fruudulent insolvency. At a pigeon match, * bird flew from Goulburnr to Sydney-a diBUnoe of 131 miles-io 130 minutes. ? The attempt made to jiick up tbe Darwin end of tbe cable has proved unsuccessful. 'Madame do Murska baa married Hill, tbe piauut. English news bits been received up to March 24th by tbe " Northumberland/' wbicb has arrived in Melbourne. There has been much rejoicing aud cnthti/iasm thiougliout Germany on tbo occasion of the Emperor completing bis &cventy-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
aiAlLS. Hrils arrive at Charlera'Totrcra. From Mil*cheBter dally, 11 a.m., 6-&0 p.w, " Towusrtlle : Sunday & Thursday, 8 p,m, it EAyeuriwoufl'Du.tio, 0 p.in, Saturday. ,, Dalrymplo. 4 p,m, Monday. " Hauglitoo : 8 p,m, Sunday. Malls depart pom Charters Tower*. FoiMIUcliester, daily ORQ a.ra, 6 p,Tn. i, Towusnlle : Wednesday and Saturday, 6 a,m. " Barenswood : Do, do., Alonday, 4 p,m. it Dalrymplo : Sunday, 9 a.m. >t, B&ughton Wednesday & Saturday, a.m. WANTED two Bakers. None bub good hands n«rd applr. 0. KEEE, Enniekilleo Bakery. * WANTElI a Nurse Girl, to make her*elf gene rallV utefuh Apply to Pabqualb Nrcao Hotel &lt;f Italia. WANTED, Tiro Female Serranls-one as generally useful, the otber as housemaid and to aMist in tlic bar. Apply at tlie West Const Hotel. Tenders WANTED Tenders for sinking the underlie abaft of North Star Lease twonty-fcet. Particulars to be liad from Mr. OWEN 0'Nei&. TENDERS Wanted for the supply and deliver...
Mining News. [Held over from last Issue.] THE REEFS, WYNDHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
Mining News. over from lut luue.] THE REEFS, TFTMDHAH. Prospecting claim, Mr. Uossman's; tbe man ager, Mr. Stoue, away.-There are ebout 30 tone of stone at the whim abaft, and a number of tons at tbe mill. There is no stone at the underluy ehult, wnich is only used for baling water. No. \ Norlh, Mt&lt; MtU*\ fat been registered v also, Nii%2 And other claims north. No. 1 boutb has now a crushing of between 70 and 80 tons being carled to ihe mill. No. 2 £ou(h, W OgilTj and party, bfis been registered for six months. FSAfiPDT. | The p.c. and No. 1, Josephs and party, have amalgamated, mid lately applied for a lease of & «[oree. A new whim has recently boeu erected .on the main shait-, which is 87 feet deep, and used at present for haling, but the water has , been got down, and they are now in u fair way i to make a good start. Now sinking an underlay I in an outride shaft lo conncct wiib the main ' shaft for air. Tbe last crushing, 93 tons, yielded li oh. to the ton. N...
Warden's Court. MAY 12. Before Mr. Warden CHARTERS and Messrs. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
Warden's Couit. ? TM*T i2. BeTor« Mr. Warden CHARTERS and MesaT. JAbsjSCLa&Tad and Wm. LUNG, Assflssors. William Bauerle and Thomas Werren v. Carlo' tJcelli, tticbard AUnutt, William Sadd, John Veftiie, .J. Stewart, W. Edwarda, R. Marshall: Inflow of water. Mr. Comm. appeared for plaintiffs and Mr, Carter ^defendants* The plaint set forth that plaiotlffb were the owners .of the Alabama p.c., and complained that defendants, the owners of tbc Alabama Not. I and. 2 N. Amalgamated, bad allowed water to*,flow into tlioir claim, and claimed £40 for damages; that an injunction should be iBsaed restraining defendants from allowing water to flow into plaintiffs' claim aod for further relief* Defendants pleaded not indebted, not guilty, and tbal they bad saved plaintiffs an expendi ture ofX2 per week* and prayed for corapeosa tion for 6iiriiBftvlDg. There being no undcr-grouni plan of the workingB, the court bold that it was necessary before thoj entered on the, bearing of the case, a...
The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
The Machines. VrKtTH. Tons. Claitn. o*. dwt. grs 3L Snme as Usual 81 6 0 888 No. 2 St. Patrick ... 740 0 0 (70 ounces of amalgam not yt retorted.) No. 3 St. Patrick un&lt;l No. 2 Queeu g^ing through vmniK; i 12 Contest p.c 10 0 0 No, 1 Wyndlmm cleaning up. No. 1 Queen going through. £NTfiBt»nrsr. No. 4 Queen going through. DEFIANCE. St. Patrick Block, going through. IIARV TOCIFIA. Moonstone p.c., going through.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
TOCARKlfltW .V 0'J*H£R8. JCOCKFIKLD, -lawyers1 Arms, at junction 1 of Charters Towers and Millchcster rca-1 begs to inform the Public that be bas now a First-class Two Horse Power CHAFF-CUTTER. It Cuts and Refines :at the eamo time. %# .Any quantity, of OUkfE supplied per Ton on the shortest notice, And moderate pricc. MINING PLANTS AND OTHER MACHINERY OK SALE OB LET OK HIKE. With Right of Purchase, Extending o'er On® or more Yours. tnti c«ntidcrefl at J/utahufuh «f Purchase. A- G. Corbett & Sou, 15, ^ucen-st., Melbourne. Agent: Wxt\lAsi JACESON, Auctioneer Charter Towers ^ , Cohfy 8i Cos. Telegraph'Line of Royal Jftail Coaches. WILL run as fallows until further notic c FrgmClub..Hotel. Olmrttfrs IWord, end from; HfoVp^pff&lt;yt^'Mitlciioster~ To Townsmle & -ftaven&wooii on Wednesdays and Saturdays, *»t 6 a.m., returning the following days. - ' WILLIAM JACKSON, , _ Booking Agent. Oaufcion. to the Public THE deplorable effects which have followed the u...
Police Court. MAY 12TH. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN, Esq P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
Police Oourt M*R 12TH. BEFORE C. S, DICKER, En P.M. Thom%« M'CJonvMW v. Joseph ftam\ . assault. Mr. Cowan appeared for complainant. Jtefendant pleaded " not gttilfy." I'laintUT, & miner, deposed : On tlic 4th of May saw defendant in the morning; witness wtw having break fast at hie oirn table with h»« wife. I Mrs. ColUi)9.&lt; arid Mr« Baird : defendant rushui I in with a loaded whip j Mrs Baird had been living at bis bouse for a couple of days j she bad slept in tbo tbwi-bouso one night; heaskei Iter to come into the house; ho laid hold or bis wife j and ordorcl ber our, and beat her with the whip; 1 witness go£ tip and ordered defendant out of hi* : house ; he told biin he wouldn't go ; ne lUt^d his whip Rud kicked him with his light foot on tbe breaet and knocked him against the door; (he kick knocked t,h* wind out of. him t be ha\ felt the ofieota eiiice t then ordered bim out and lifted an fxo ; witnoss' wife laid bold of th® oxe ? defendant took tlu» axo out of...
MAY 16TH. BFORE C. S. DICEEN, Esq. P.M. and J. B.[?] Esq, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
MAT 16TH. EICOBE 0.8. DICK EN, ESQ. P. M. «ND J. BJBFTU E»q, J .P. Thomas Mills T. Hogh AToesraar-^MssnH. Mr. Carter appeared for complainant >&d pleaded not guiJtv, ju8ti6fBtioo, end that com plainant first struck (be defendant. Thomas Alilis, miner, deposed .* On tbt 10th instant went ou bin claim No, £ N. General Wyndham \ found that his shaft had been fcftfcea open io that claim $ nailed It up again and had |t bsttoncd down; atopped thr.re for awhile; saw the defendant come on lite ground; It took up % stick aud began to break it open ; went Id atop him from breaking it opi-n ; dofeudant pushed bin a way from the shaft; caught bold bim and pushed liim down the embankment consisting of guftltc nod mullock; who? they were down on lb# eurfave)defondant threw bim down on the groandt witness went back again and defendant putted him off the embankment three times j produea# authority to show his right to the ground. 'I be Poiicc Magistrate said there was &lt;M> d...
Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17th, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17th, 1876. THE differences in the Ministry foreshadow its approaching disruption. The re lire moot of Mr. King from its ranks causcs a gap, which will not bo easily tilled up. We regarded him aud Mr. (jEH'tiTn as the main props of the Ministry, and wo Bee no possibility deprived of Mr. Kisg'S abln support of iis lesisting the onslaughts of the Opposition, It makes very little difference whether Mr. Macalister re mains here or accepts the office of Atcnt Qeneral. Had Mr. Ki NO remained in office, Mr. Macalisteu'S retirement would he a gain; now the mischief appears irre trievable. The fact visible to all is that the Ministry is now purely Southern, and, ;os far as the North is concerned, it mi;»ht as well bo pure merino. Mr. KINO re presented the North in the Ministry, tnd though by liis position, precluded from giving indiscriininuie support to all Northern questions, his voice was un doubtedly hoard in the Cabinet for better treatment of this portion of the col'iny;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
i^tama l.I ? C. PURCELL, PHY^fiHdl,. SC RGEQN & ACCO0OKEUB, Medical Practitioner under *v H&e' 'fitoeiuland Jlfcdical Ad, Oan ha. C^xgui/rBD DAILY at bis Residooce Ohur^B^pppOfiile Maaonio Sail, 54iner*st, H. J. W. BOWKER Sttoj$j^;SoUcito£, proctor, flfcits ' faegHitcer, &c., fimi ^ ooneultcd duly at Ilisbon r Hotel) ' MliliCHESTBR. J. 8> Carter SO It I CrI T O E J. R. Cowan., '^ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR, COKWISSIONEU roR AFFIDAVITS, &o., CHARTERS TOWEEfl. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, I; .CHARTERS TOWERS. ' " iianleod & Co., GENERAL 6TOREKEEPER8, Custom 'Honse and Forwarding AgeM«, . TOWNSVILLK. I. ALAND, «tS6TJ@KIIEBRft OMflHiMVOH »®ERIT KIMBE STOBET, Office: SSeraej's Mining Exchange Hold, - CHARTERS TOWERS. '' : William Jackson, A XT C T 1 O 8 E M B, General Commission Agent, MOBSMAN STREET. TP. 5. TOLL & CO., DEBITED "WATER & COEDI.VI* Manufacturers, On-AH-T-EKS TOffEHS. A W . 3 A S P E R, SADDLE?* & HAE5JE6S MAKEE. Fraser'...
BRISBANE. May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 May 1876
BB18BANF. Mav 16. King denies that he intends to rejoin the Ministry. M«y 16. Dickson ha» been re elected for Enoggera without opposition. Ate meeting, held at Stanthorpe, it was re tolred to petition Parliament to ui^ge the exten aion of the railway to Warwick. Senior Trains, Oorernment Cadet, in the Class of Art of J?ai lumeutaty reporting, hae been chosen premier speaker of nominating pupils (eic.J