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MESBOURNE. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

MEHiJOUHNE, May 68. Interne ejtcjteipent prevails at Butlierglen, owing to the ditooverv of some ejcelweils of quart* vhiob »re literally all gold. fleariot fever U nging at Ballarat. tjtarenson and tbel^cmployat, (or assaulting the OuBtoms' officers, have been admitted to bail. Bullivafi, the murderer, oompTafns of the treatment he reoeived from tho police while ha was & resident at Widderbam I lie bad nothing to eat for three daft, #nd was compelled to bar ricade himself in a bonso agrftast the ttttaolv! of boy*. A verf tPren shook of earthquake was felt at Wellington on Sunday. A parly of fivo armed men <ri«[tad North South Co,'s machine at Stawpll, and balled up the engine>drirer, Her ripped off the copper plates and carried tnem into the bush. I'ho engineer managed to sound the 4#rui whitUe-r the rabbet* (tan bolted. We bare to ttsknowiedg? receipt from the Dc. pertinent of Public Instruction of n copy of the Education Act and Begulstions in pamphlet form....

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Clerical Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

The Clerical Scandal. If wo insulted merely our own inclination we should pay not a word more in refer ence to whai is known as the Clerical Scandal; but we do sot see our way t > avoid commenting upon the newest phase of the affair-ithe qtepting of Catholics last Sonday night to consider the desirability or prosecuting certain jouroafe for insert ing "Bolsoiian's paragraph. This meet ing is already a topic of town talk, for many persons besides those invilod to be preseDt were outside the sacred building in which the proceedings took place. The Press had not been notified of the meeting, and we are therefore not in a position to report what oocured altogether from our own koovledgo ; but wo gather sundry items of information from various sources . . It appears that on Sunday morning tho Hev. Father Horao referred to the publi cation of the Scandal, and anounced that there would be a meeting of Catholics in tho Churoh building after evnning service to consider the matter, In the ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Machines. NEVER DESPAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

The Machines. ITBVEB Dfi&PAIB. Tons. Claim. 02. d«t, cr 85 WyndhuD No. 1 63 0 0 Queen, No. 1 c.w., going through. DEFIANCE. 160 fit Patrick block 217 0 0 St. Patrick blocV still goiag through. VfiKDS. 1/52 Queen No. ? 198 0 0 2217 Ht. fattlck No* 8 in retort. Hung up for want of ntone. MARF LOUISA, Moonstone p.o. cleaning up. EKTUIU»&18E. Queen No. 4 going through "

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Encounter of a Mother and Daughter with a Bear. New York Herald, 23rd December [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

Encounter of a Mother and Daughter with a Bear. New York JZerald, 33rd December Two women, mother sod daughter, named Butler, living on that spur of tbe CatskiQp of which Mouut ProBpect is tbe termina tion, recently had an encounter with a bear, ia which was manifested a heroism worthy of those early days in American history when the settlers wero compelled to be continually on the alert against fero cious boasts, and still more ferocious Iudi ons. Mrs. Butler is a woman about thirty five, and her daughter Jennie is sixteen. It is the custom of the husband and father to be Absent in woods rpmetimes two. or three days, leaving his wifo and daughter aloue with a good watch dog and rifle ii> the cabin. He was away on Sunday last. s About five o'clock on i.hat day the daughter Jennie was preparing the' evenihgrneal Tor the hogs, which were squealing io the pen, a log enclosure, a short disUnoc, from his bouse. A' sudden change in the cries emitted from the sty, and the furions hark i...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warden's Court. MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

Warden's Couit M&r 23. Before Mr. Warden Chahters and Mossn K. MaV.se and DAVID Amuce, Assessors, B. P. Watkis v. J. Deane, 0. Olarkc and others-tresspass. John Richards, an assessor, nob answering to Ills name. was fined £3, . The plaint set forth that on the 11th April defendants tresspassed on bis claim No, 1 8. Papuan, that be had previously pegged out aod applied for the groijqa, and the plaintiff prayed j that defendants should be removed from the , ground. Defendants pleoded Dot guilty. Mr.Oarier appoaredfordefendants. B. P. Watkis deposed . Produces li|s miner's right i on Thursday, tine 7tn April, mode verbal i application to the Warden to hare bis claim ye*lttid effunfo* tha tvsw regulations; asked how it' could be done; the Warden produced the regula-1 tfonB, and was confused with his explanation j left the office tQBeek legal assistance-not finding any, o»me the next day, Friday, and saw Mr. fiowkor wbo promised to aof for him; requested biro immediately to go to...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

"CRITERION H 8 T O RES. Important Announcementl RELINQUISHING THE Grocery & Ironmongery BRANCHES. THE Proprietor, baring deterrainrd to devote the whole of his lime and energy in attending to hit rapidly* iiicrcneing drapery and tiui-fitiing busi ness, now offers" the whole Block of Gr<wvries, Ironmongery^ Crockery, Mining Requisites, &e.« &*. -amounting lo over £4000-to the public, at prices ranging from ten to twe*nty»flvep<rcont under cost, eo ue io effect a epecdy and effectu at clearance. The a mall frontage of the CfilTEBiOK Stores has. in a manner, made this step COmpuUorr, baring no mom to enlurge the premises so as to do justice to the genera) trade ; it is, therefore, derided to. cany out the drapeiy branch as it ought to be. TnanVrg the trowd* <*f constflucAtft who have supported the" CBrrEiuoN1' eince its opening, the public will now have an opportunity of supplying their wants from a Jargp, vailed, end fresh ptbek...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Regulations of the Department of Public Instruction in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

Regulations of the Department of Public Instruction ia Queensland. 1. In these Regulations, the word« Minister M moans the Secretary for Public Instruction, acd the word ?' Department " weans the Department of Public Instruction. 2. These regulations, and such others as may from time to time be proclaimed, shall be binding upon every person receiving an appointment in, uifder, or in connection with the Department. 3. Primary schools may be of two kinds ; State Schools* which are maintained wholly at the public expense; and Provisional Schools, whioh are m iiu» taiued partly at the pablio expense. 4 Vested Schools and Protfisiontil schools existing on the first day of January a.D< 1676, will be respectively treated as State schools o .. Provisional schools e&Uvblisbod under " The State Education Act of 1876." 5. New State schools will not be established except (?) Where central, * eufflcient, and suitable sites have been obtained not too near to any spbool receivin...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

We sometimes eat loo miioh. Appetite occa sionally outruns discretion, and tho consequence is a fit of indigestion wfairb in ay lay tbe founda tion of future wwftcbedness in the shape of chronic dyspepsia. Asa means of counteracting the effect of pr^r-eating, and, if used persist ency, Of completely eradicating the last named malady, theve is none more certain and agree* able tltau that admirable anti-dyspeptic and after-mum cordial-Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps. Dfctpfetf IB LIFE.-T)r. Bright's Phosphortync. -Multi tades of people are hopelessly suffering from debility, nervous end liver complaints, depression of spirits! hypochondria, timidity, indigestion, failure of hearing, sight and tnemoiy, latitude, want of power, &o., whose eases »dinit of a permanent cure by the new remedy Phoepbodyne (ouonio oxygen), which at onoe allay* all irritations and excitement, tmp&rte new eaorgy and life to tbe enfeebled constitution, and rapidly cures every stage of ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Sermon by Father Prout to the Irish Peasantry. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

A Sermon, by Father Frout to the Irish Peasantry Ws (Cork Constitution) believe tbe following characteristic eermou by Father Prout bos never before been published: " He that giveth to the poor, lendoth to tbe Lord." Ye arc not skilled in logic, nor indeed in anytbln' else that I know, except playin' hurly i' tbe fields, skaming at card i* tbo public liou&er for bait gallons o' porter, and defraudin' your clergy 0' their lawful dues. "What is worsts thorcs* 110 use thryin' to drive logic into your beads, for indeed that would be fulfilment of anither text that spake o' throwm' pearls to pigs. But if ye did know logic, which ye don't, ye percave at wanse that the passage I have just quoted naturally devoids itself into two branches. Tbe first involve* the gfvin', th.it is rationally and sylloeistioally consithered what ye ought to do; and the second involves the poor, that is the receivers o' the gifts, or the persons for whom ye ought to do it; First, thin, as to the " givin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping, TOWNSVILLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

Shipping, TOWtfSVlLkB. AKBIYAXS. May 22-Florence Irving, e, at Cooklown. May 22.-2Jluckbird>e,.ut Brisbane. DlSPABTURtSB. May 22.-Florence Irving, 0, for Bowan.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

Dr. H. C. PURCELL, CHYSICIAK, HBUGEON fc ACCOUCHEUR, JJ*Jy Qualtfui Medical Practitioner under ! the QtuxMilanA Medical Act, > Can be COHSBbCED DAILY at life .Beri4ene» ? Church Hill, opposite Masonic Hall, Miner-st. { H. 4. yt,, jBOWKEE 1 attomeg, Solictor, ©roctor, ?on« fcegancet, &e.. Can 1w coMtilted daily Hotel, ? , JU^lbHBgTBB. .1 ^ ; . . -- ;_ ^,r ~ \ J. S. Garter. BOLICITOE T«ir»ej'» Mining Exchange Hotel. Charter" Towers. J, R Cowan, ATTORNEY MID SOLICITOR, COMMSSIONBU FOB AFFIDAVITS, io., CIUMEB8 Towraa. ON WAR JAW6. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHARTKB8 TOWERS. j Manleod & Co., UKNttRAl, STORBKBKPKRS, Custom House, alid Forwarding Agente, TOWKSVILLE. j I. ALAND, ft«jeTI@HIEEB ft ©@!MD83t$W A@EKV XIKEB 6TBEET, Office i Ticrney's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS LOWERS. William Jackson, A. XT C T I ONES B, General Commission Agent, MOBSMAN STREET. W. J. TOLL & CO., jEBATED WATER & COUDI.VL Manufacturers, CHAETERS TOWEJ18. W . JASPER, B & HA...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. May 2[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

BSONEY. Ma; S3. The Ooraroosnt Imra addtvued oommunica ttoni to the South Aiutr«l!«a MinUtry an tlie auojeet o| border duties; they have alto written letttM to the several goreroineute in reference to . duplicatejoabfo' It ii reported tliat the Government ia farorable to a cable to San Fnnctooofl the rout* mrreyu) b;t£e "Tub carors" ? It As* rained ray heavily. On Sunday an immaiMs rush of water took pluoe from the Dsriinghurst height* to Wooloomooloo. The water in the maobtne-raom <4 die BeraU traa three feet deep. 'file Opposition intend to stop voting supply, by moving the xettesrtty for amendments ia the ! .mtoisl lairs, i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, MAY 24TH, 1876. Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 May 1876

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24in, 1876. Telegraphic News. [MOM OUR TELP8BAUHIC AOEKT.] - BHI8BANE. Moy 23. wlicUor, haifcttea nominated to R eeatin the&qgulatfvtf Council. ~ fcn *? incessant downpour for two days, the weather cleared up last night. TJ»o races have been postponed until to*<Jay. The 2bowo0tnba Chronicle etys Mocrosson re futed the r<an^fl port/olio. Barker, tba member for Burlce, baa resigned hie eiftL It is rfcpotUd that Tyrrell movce the &ddrc&& in reply to the speech. Opening of Parliament. TUoUorertior opened Parliament at noon. Be reported th« Wait of Uio Premier to England in cronectian with the working of the office of the Afcent-Oeneral, and to iavostigato the causes or certain eerioqi irregularities in provisionint: immigrant ebips, wbich would bo immediately prevented 1 also, the Imperial dispatches in referenoo to the recent nomination of member* to tie Legislative Council. The Government, te intmnna the House, bad n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 May 1876

"CRITERION " - STORES. Important Announcement! . RELINQUISHING THE Grocery & Ironmongery BEiSCEKS, T" THE Proprietor, having determiue'l to devote the whole of his lime <md energy in attending to hie rapidly iucrcosing drapery aadout-fltting buti \.nes«, now (offers tbe whole stock of Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery, Hiring Requisites, &o.t && -emousiiog to over £4000-to the public, at prices ranging Cram ten to twenty-five per cent under coit, bo «S to effect a speedy and ..i> effectual clearance, - / .^Ehp.BjiiallfronlagooftheCaiTEEiOK * fitoreiha*, in a manner, made tliis step ^Compulsory, haring so room to enlarge t)uj|i^niKfi ao.ai to do justice to tbe general trade $ it ia, therefore, decided to carry out the drapery branch a* it ought to be. Ttmnk'og the crowds of constituents ?who have supported the " Crtteeios" sinoe-its Opening, the public will now have an opportunity of supplying their wants from a large, raiied, and fresh st...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 May 1876

The Effect* of Diwipatioii. Tlio burning thirst, gnawing- in tUe stouiaplv nendocUc, naiuea, handtrernblinf* and wakefulness, which nro (lie effects of dissipation are terribly Uurd to bear. For those manifestations of a dis ordered stomach, disturbed bmtn and weakened nervous system, ob weJl as fur tunuUl exhaustion and yhysical fatigue, ®cicnco m*vc» provided a speedier and pleosnntcr remedy than Udolpho> WolfoV Schiedam Aro*natic,8chnttpps. ffolloKtif* Pill*.-AH your Faculties.* Almost alf disorders Of the human liody arc distinctly to be be t raced to itnparo blood. Tho Eurific&tion of tbat fluid in tho first step towards oallh. Hollo way's Piiltf rccoromond themselves to the attention of all cutfrrers; i»o injurious consequents cai> result from their use, no mistake can bo made in their administration. In indication, confirmed tiyspepsia, and chronic constipation tho most beneficial effects have been, and always must bo, obtained from tbo whole comc power exerted ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 May 1876

Correspondence. TO DOE EDITOR. Si*,-Ik your last issue of 24tb instant. I see ® statement of Momn'e, census. oollector for tU° (Jape lltrer district,. vrhercirv Uo informs you that be never received a blackboy from me and that be waenmr lost m the-bueh. lUft first past of Ins statement trns quite con*et»attd J am perfectly^ un that i never told anyone-l bat I hadilent bin a blackboy. ficspeci* ing the lost 1 wll.laave you* and your readers to jndge. On the 2Gth.of Apri^mpself anda Uackboy were looking {or horses on< Mistake Creek, about ni»le» froav specimen Chilly and* on the main track U> Natal Doiviib. Wclmd_jjist goU the-liorscs and wera<rfltumingv when the-bLu& boy vailed out to niOj " Nflntcfellow coocy."" On looking, in the dirocttafriudioabed, I s»vr MotaTii, whom 1 had"seen tliot morning at nw own bou4e" when lie Jeft theconena»paper. When be rode op li& asked wUftrc-ljfl woo, 1 told liirahe was mi tbe right track to NaUrf Downs. He ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 May 1876

TIT ANTED a GeneralJJSerrent. Apply, M» 11 H. O. PuEcELLj^Ohnreh-liilli' CUarwrs 'lowers. . | WANTED t^to EVumta Servants; one at generally, useful. the other as housemaid ; nod,to assist in the bar. Apply at the West OoMt Hotel. | WASTED KNOWN that Bread and Cheeso j with' a GIobi of Ale, can be had for SIX PENCE, etjHughet' Exchange Hotel, To-night. I WANTED KNOWN that Bread and Cheese, ' irith a Glass of Ale, can be had for SIX PENCE, at Hughes' Exchange Hotel, To-night. TENDERS \Fauted (or putting in a DRIVE itt the Mary prospeeUng Claim, proprietor to fad. all material, tooli, blacksmith, and to i»ke ailray all mullock. Specifications to be seen »t> the claim. lenders to be lent to T. Muxs, IVyndham Cottage, before 8 o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, 29th Instant. . Tendersjfor Public Works Dbpabtmbkt op PUBLIC WoBJtfc, BRISBANE, 16th May, 1876. i TENDERS are invited for the following Public Works. For full particulars, tee Government | Oowtte (Nu 61), a File of-whiohi*kept at every ]...

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WELLINGTON. May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 May 1876

WELLINGTON. May 26. After complete isolation from Europeans for over ten years, tho #o-called Maori King had a cordial interview'' with Sir *" Donald Mckeanr, Minister for Native Affair*. At the request of tho Kijian Oorernrr<edtt rifles and nmunltion atc being seat to treruka. A son of.Mr«Patrtok Hogitn. at the tturdekin, met with a|i ardent on Tuesday, resulting in a broken arm.* flPbebOv, It Appear*, was cutting a brantb of % tree and fell, coming on bis arm on b log and breaking the rightarm. He was brought to town and the arm was set by Dr Bobarffenberg* The meeting called for Thursday night to consider the question of s municipality for Charters Towers lapsed. Onlf a fiwr persons put in an Appearaiioe. The feeling appears to be agaltitt tjie project at present, in a abort time we bare ho donbt tbe question will bo forced to the point. In ccnseauenoe of many persons who bad purchased tiekcU being unable to get admission to the entertainment on Wednesday ttigUt, the a...

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Regulations of the Departmen of Public Instruction in Queensland. (Continued.) TRACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 May 1876

Regulations of the Departmen of Public Instruction in Queensland ( Continued.) TBACHEE5. 18. Teachers are-(I,) Hcad-toochere, niio are in principal charge ot schools. (2.) As aitant teachers: (3.) i'emporarj' tcacliem. (4.) i'upii-teaehera, or (6.) Provisional school fencheri. 19. Candidates for admluion into the eorrioc of the department as tcaoheiis or pupil toaolieit ? muit make application to tlio Minuter in the' form, and give the partjculura, fipooiflod in thg third schcdulo to those regulations. M. 1'liore shall bo throe classes of olassifled < tcachcrs, and tkite divisions in oaob eiius. i 21. 'iWhora will be olauiOed, in the first instanoe -(1.) From having received a claBBiifl. i cation in tlje service of tlio Hoard of general Education in Queensland .. <2.) Kroin having | pasBod satisfactory exatrinations before cmmiucri; iippointcd by the Minister j or (3.) From 1 hiring been classified as te&ohers iu the United Kingdom, or elsewhere in the ...

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Minng News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 May 1876

Minng News Thb day for the cuitomarj rounds f&Uiog on the Oucen'a Birthday, and most of tbo claims on theT&rfouBltaes having knopkedoff in honor of - that ereot, it tru useless going round tJic reefs, for it would be impossible to get & full ard reliable roport.

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