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The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 June 1876

Tlie Machines VENUS. North Australian, Kos. S and 4, goiag through NEVES DESPAIB. United Englishmen block going tbrough. EKTEHTE1SE. Queen No. 4 going through. DEFIANCE. St. Patrick block going through/

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mrs. Binder. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 June 1876

Mrs- Binder. A SOLEMN looking man sailed at Binder's the other day and enquired for Mrs. Binder. When she came into the parlor he said . Mrs. Binder, 1 believe. Mrs.Binder I como to bring you some rather bad news I don't know how you'll tako it, I nt I feel as if I ought to tell yon, bo matter how it cuts you tip. Four husband came to my house to-day with his dog; it is a large yellow dog, I believe, yours is ain't it ? With a bueby tail. Well, anyhow, he stayed around there for an hour or two looking at the children and having a good time, and after a while Wilson's colored boy said something to him he didn't like, and he jumped at tbe boy and threw him to the ground." "Very extraordinary conduct, I muBt say," said urs. Binder. " Woll you know I was afraid he'd hurt the biy, and so 1 took hold of him and tried to pull him off, and that made bim mad at me, and he turned around and began to attack me. Now, for really, awhile I thought hed a killed me if he could a hud the chance." i ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warden's Court, JUNE 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 June 1876

Warden's Court, JCKE 13tH. BEPOBE Mr. Warden Charters, and McsBrs. Coxall and Belcher, assessor*. Fitzgerald v. Mosman, adjourned case. Mr. Carter, with Mr. Bowker, appeared for plaintiff*, and Sir. Cowan, for defendant. Mr. Carter applied for another adjournment, as plaintiff was in Brisbane and could not pos sibly bo present. He had a telegram, stating that he trould get leavo of absence and attend by l be end of the month. Mr. Cowan opposed the application; there IiBvl been Mirce adjournments, and it would be a great hardship ou defendant to appear so often, lie would ask the case to bo quashed for the present, and when plaintiff came up ha could lake his action. The Wttfden eaid he bad receivod a telegram from the plaintiff, Baying ho had got a mouth's leave of absence, and would bo up in that time. The case was adjourned to ibo 30th Instant, but it was agreed that tbe evidence of A. B. Cnrr, who hnd come from (Sydney, should be taken on Friday next. Before the Warden, and Me se...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Railway to Townsville [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 June 1876

The Railway to TownsvRle THE Etheridgc Courier, referring to this project, says :-" 2he Northern Miner, of the SiGth ult., ID commenting on the action taken by ibo municipal council of Townsrillc, in tbeir re ception of Mr. Macalietcr, remarks that the con templated discussion of the Joan and fheir local wauls waggery nearly coming oil, were it not that Some person had Ibo impertiucnoo to shew the corporation (be indccenoy of the tatendod invasion, and they drew back at the last mo* ment. The same journal bitterly complains of their very apparent apathy iti reference to nil matters that do not individually boncfit the® selves; and, in fine, tliafc they hato *' no soul above buttons." Tbo construction of the pro* posed line of railway from Townsville to Charters Towers is (be principal bone of contention. Tho Miner remarks, aud justly, too, that the Towers, Millcbestcr. llavcnewood And Georgetown have bcou tbo meanp of establishing Townsville to the position ebc now ocoupies, aud con...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 June 1876

"CRITERION" STORES. Important Announcement! : RELINQUISHING the Grocery & Ironmongery .. i.s & A.n o a E s.;'. THE 'Proprietor, liaving determined -to'.derofce the whole of. his time end .energy in attending to bis rapidly* inbrt&irag drapery and outfitting busi ness, now offers the whole stock of Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery, Mining Requisites, fcc., &c. --flmouatiog id over £4000-to the public, at prices ' '^tanglfiig from ten totwe'nty-five per cent ' -odder toBt, 6o«£i;o effect a speedy aod 'Effectual 'clearance. The email frontage of the OstTEBtoir Stores has, in e manner, made this step compulsory, having no room to enlarge ibe'^remues eo as to do justice to the general trade { it is, therefore, decided ' ;',Jto;dmy out the drapeiy branch as it . Umghttobe. Tftanktag tho crowds of oonBtttncnts ^who have'supported the" Oeiotbion" since its opetiing, the public will now liave un Opportu&ity of supplying their grants from a large,:&...

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Legislative Assembly. MAY 23. From the Courier, 24. THE ADDRESS IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 June 1876

Legislative Assembly. . MAY 23. From tlie Couriert 24. THE ADDRESS IN BEPI.Y. Mb, KINO wished to say a few words of personal explanation, The statement made by tbe lion, tho Premier in reference to bis (Mr. King's) re tirement from the Ministry was correct;. The cause of his resignation was a slight difference of opinion as to tiic nature of the public works to be laid before the Housi during the present scs s-ion. Tbe great difference was that Ibc policy of tho Ministry was to construct only tbe line i from Warwick to Siantborpe, and make pro* j vision for no others. He had laid before the i Cabinet a sctcuic of railway cxten*iou which he had considered would be applicable to tho pre* I sent poflitiou of the colony. He beliovcd that 1 the policy of tho Government should be a | one as would (nko four or five years to complete, i »ot a fragmentary om*. Uis colleagues disap proved of the policy he laid before them, and ! come of the works proposed were works to which he bud committed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Grievances. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 June 1876

Northern Grievances. A Deputation, consisting of Messrs. T. M'llwraitli B. D. Morhead, E. T. Amhurst, J. M. MacrosBan, and H fi Kiug, M. L A'e, waited on tbe Minister for Works yester day aftornoon, for tbe purpose of bringing under his notioe tbe bad state of tbe road leading from Bowen to Bowen Doivns, and thence to tbe Thompson River; and also the necessity that existed for making pro vision for water supply in tbe distriets east of Bowen. It was stated by tbe members of tbe deputation that the road referred to was the most important one in that district; that it was tbe natural out let of the extensive district of the Mitchell, that although some money bad been ex peuded oo it, lately the road had oeen utterly neglected, and as it was the main trunk line leading to suoh an important district, it deserved some more considera tion at the hands of the Government than it bad hitherto recoived. Mr. Dickson, stated that the sum of £500 front the loan fund, and £250 front the general r...

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SYDNEY. June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 June 1876

I SYDNEY. June 12. luc bduiburgu. cable steamer, leaves for Port Darwin on Wednesday. Two Bailors attempted to climb tbe cliffs at Newcastle, opposite the asylum ; the Imbecile's ltock gave way, placiug one of the Bailors in imminent danger / be was hauled up safely by a rope. Captain Stewart, well known in shipping circles, bus committed suicide. Tbe population of Victoria at tbe end ofMarcb, was £00,000. Tbe Townstille Times in giving a tctumi of tbe libel cases hnard bore lately, deasribod tbem as " inflammatory " libels. Mrs. Partington must be around somewhere in Townsviile. In tbe Millchester Police Court, yesterday, George Davis was fined 10s or 24 hours lock-up for being drunk aud disorderly, and for using obscono language in a public place, £1 or 48 hours in tbe lock-up. In tbe Police Court, yesterday, John McCtol land, chargid with disorderly conduct, was cautioned aud discharged* O. S. Ludc, charged with using threatening language lo Sue Sang, was fined 10s or 24 hours lo...

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SYDNEY. June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

8YDNEV. June 16. I Lucas, Minister for Lands, bat resigned and is going to Kngland. Andrew Ljnoli has oecn returned for thc electorate of Carcoar. A Mrs Garner died from the affects of an ex plosion of a kerosene lamp. Tbe Department of Mines sends a handsome collection of minerals on the ensuing exhibition at tbe Nnioaa! Association in Brisbane. A public meeting at Inrerell passed a eeries of resolutions in faror of the conBtrnetion of a main oorthern trunk line to the Queensland border.

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Police Court. JUNE 16TH. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

Police Court JTIKB I6ra. BEPOEE C, 8. UIOKEK, Esq. James McDonald and John Hoskin, charged with ltirceny as servants of about 100 ozb of amalgam. Carter appeared for Ihe prosecution, Mr. Sowker appeared for McDonald. Mr. -Oowan for Hoskius. Mr. Bowker asked how were prisoners before the Oourt". Mr. Carter said they were charged on *us» pictonirith felony, and the police had a perfect right-to arrest them on suspicion. Mr, Cowan submitted that the charge sheet should show the name of the prosecutor. The Police Magistrate rilled that the name of the proBecutor need not appear. The Crown took up all those cases, and the name of the real prosecutor would eventually appear. Urjfemfar said unleps the case closed that day he would reserve his crase-exami nation. ThePolice Magistrate ruled that it would be .gainst all precedent, ani he ahould cross examine toe witnesses thou, Sergeant Mathers deposed to arresting the prjonere jestenU; between 12 and 1 o'clock: thevwere not together; arreste...

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MELBOURNE. June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

MELBOUHNE. June 16. The man, Outroge, convicted of a criminal assault on Mrs. Bnmbolt, baa boon sentenced to twolve years1 imprisonment, with bard labor, io> eluding three months solitary confinement, and , fifty lashes. I In the police oourt, Mtllcheiter, on the 12th, Aldimati SulUe, for being drunk In * public plabs, was ordered to be looked up for forty* eight hours, *4 Sir. Macrossan has lost no time in carrying oua the wishes of the Charters Towers Committee On tbe 7th, he moved for the production " of all papers and documents in connection ffith the goldfielda homesteads applied for or held by Hugh Mosman on Charters Towen," Government Savings Bank return of operations for the month of Muj, 1876:-Now accounts opened 408,. accounts closed 369, increase in number of account* 39, number of depusite 24*08, number of withdrawals 1574. Total sutn do§osi ted £32,945 6s 44, total sum withdrawn £9h34 8s Id, amount to the credit of 12210 dcptB^* on tbe 80th May, 1876, £694,61018s 3d,...

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Warden's Court, JUNE 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

I Warden's Court, Jl'KE I6rH. Bepoub Mr. Warden CiiiRTfss and Messrs. LiitVQ And £Li9riD, Auenon, The case of FilEgerali v. Hesmun was again adiouroed to the 30ilx. tiaurle and Warren v. Uc*lli rvnd Mhera ndjuurood case. Datnago from water, £40. Mr. Cowan appeared lor plaintiff*. Mr. Carter for defendants. The pl&iutiSs stated their propony tbe Alabama p.c. was damaged to tbe extent of £40 by influx ; of water from defendants* claim, J*os. \ and 2 Alabama, amalgamated. The plaiuttfo asked lor an injuuotiou to restrain defendants and other relief. I'bo defendants pleaded not in* debted ; second, not guilty, and third, tbdt they had drained their claim uud thereby saved plaintiffs at the rate of £2 per week, uad prayed /or compensation at thai rate from tie l&lii of April to the 30th. William Baurle, one of the shareholders, deposed : left sharcholbei1 ic, the Alabama p.c. ; Thomas Warren ii tbe only oilier shareholder; produce* h« miners' right; bis uhim tutiAttied da...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

Mining News. DtrarNG the. last £re weeks I have visited the principal lines and tbe majority of the outlying re*fe on the field- The greatest ability is apparent in mining matters in every direction, especially an the Towers raft, and the universal desire is depth.* At the first of the field the deep ground was considered no good, that tbe leett did cot continue payable below a certain , \eie\t but this idea. like many ©thir ideas of tbe kind, has bi*en. by positive proof, shown to be a fallacy, and depth is now an much desired as it was tb*u dreaded, and many claimB that .jrffuft work, and yielding good dividends to tbe owners. Tbe deeper tbe depth gone, so Car, has proved that tbe reefs are not one wit tbe lest rich man in shallower ground, in most instances, and tbis fact promises that tbe permanency of tbe field, if not yet proved, is almost a certainly .,. in* another word, and I venture to say it, the Towers Gold Field was never in a more flourish ing state than the present da...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

"CRITERION " STORES. Important Announcement! RELINQUISHING tub Grocery & Ironmongery iijl'n C h e S. TTHB - Proprietor, having determined 1 to devote the whole of his time and energy in attending to hit rapidly* iitcreoting drapery and outfitting busi ness, now offei* the whole slock of Groceries, Ironmongery) Crockery, MiningXttquieites, &c., &©.-emouatiog to.over £4000-to the public, at prices ranging from ten to twenty-five per cout .tinder cost, eo as to ^effect a speedy and effectual clearance, r Thfi email frontage of the Ohitebioh" S^oiiek has, in a manner,'made tbiB stop .OpinpuUoiy, baring no room to enlarge we'premues eq as to do juaticc to the general trade $ it is, therefore) decided to j»ny jout the drapery branch aa it ought to be. 7nanksng the crowds of constituents t*ho have supported the " CatTEMON" tince its opening, the public' will now have an opportunity of supplying their wanti twin a -large, ruiied, and fresh stock at1 prices which must...

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THE REEFS. OLD IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

THE KEEPS. OLD IDRNTnr. Prospecting claim, Green and party.-Thi» was taken up about eight months since by the present party, who have been industriuusly working the whole time, with but indiffcreut success, so far. They are at present putting in a level west towards the old workings, the reef being about 2 feet thick. Considerable, water, but they manage to contend with it by whip. 1'be abaft, straight} it GO and underlay 90 feet, at which level they are now driving in twoshifti, and boj>e to meot with bettor success. The recent crushing went rather poorly, but the neifc is expected tu go much better from welt side. No* 1 cast, Old Jerry and party.-This claim i» at present the pride of MUlcheeter, and great things are expuctod from it. A cruihing of 80 tons is to take place about three weeks faenee, whieh is expected to field at least 5 ozs per ton. Several vei-y good yields from large Jots have* been crushed eince the claim was takun up j amongst others, ft 2 ot, 2 or. 8 dwt, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

POLICE COURT. Charter* lower*. Snmmons Dais: Tuesdays and Fridays. Pruonere every day. SMALL DEBTS COURT. First aod Third Wednesday iu every Month. Uilichesieb. Summons Days : Mondays and Thursdays. SMALL DEBTS OO0BT. First and TUlrJ Thuntciyr every mouth. WARDEN'S COUBT. Charters 1'overs. Tutndaj« and Frldars, on which days injunctions also will b» granted. Millcuebteb. Every Wednesday. WANTSDi 200 Fowls fit for killing. Apply B. HiBaiiEAia. CUEIST OH0BOH.-'To-morrow NigUt, 7.80 Subject, " TOO LATE." To Let by Contract, THE southern Stopes N. Ausi KATUN P.O. 8peoiflaatiou6 to be seen on the claim. HUGH MOSMAN. TENDERS Wanted ior carting Log Timber from the Fletcher to the *aw»mill-diBtanuo three miles. Apply, W. D« CASEY.] 1 LENDERS are invited for Driving Thirty feet on the No. 1 south-east Welcome. For particulars enquire on the ulsim. Tenders to be addressed to flobert Jamison, Cnartct* Towers, and vrill be opened at 6 p.m. on SATU&DA\, 24lli instant. .The lowest or any ...

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THIS MACHINES. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

THIS MA CHIN liS. um uiuisi. Claim. oz, D\vt. Gr. Moonstone p.c 619 0 0 Harrison's surface ... 25 0 0 Alabama p.o 850 0 0 Welcome p.c 410 0 u Rainbow No £ going through. VENUS. Wellington p.c 251 0 0 N. Australian No. 4 ... 80 11 0 Queen No 8 eauth-we*t cleaning up ; jtorth Australian No 8 and. 2Io«iu&toue Nu. 1 going through. DEFLiKCB. St. Patrick, block £Oing through. ENTE&PU16&, Queen No 4 going through. KBVEB DESPAXB. _ Sngl«^w»*»^>.wnc Hirougb*

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Shipping TOWNSVILLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

Shipping TOWKBVpAK* ABfitVAU. id jane js»u.o. Bnubaae from Singapore. * 14 " Florence Irving " Bowen. J>XPA&TTBE8 18 June R.M.S. Brisbane, for Brisbane. H " Florence Irving " Oooktovrn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

Dr. H C PURCELL, PHYSICIAN, 6URGE0N & ACCOUCHEUR, Duty Qualified Medical Practitioner vnier the Queensland Medical Act, Can be OoHsuirrob DAILY at bis liesldonco Church Sill, appotite Masonic Sail, iliner-«t. Dr LITTLE Hab TAKEN DB. SCHARFFENBERG'S LATE RESIDENCE, Until jbu owr it completed, - And may be CONSULTED THIKE. H. J. W. BOWKER .' Sttocneg, Solicitor, $roctor, CEotu fcegHticet, &c.. CAD be consulted daily at Hiahoa'e Hotel, MUjLOEESTER. J, 3. Garter. SOLICITOR ] Tiftme/f Hscb&ose Hotel. Chuten | Towere. ; J. E. Cowan, ATTORNEY and SOLICITOR, COMMISSION Elt roE AFFIDAVITS, Ac., CBAE.TEOS TOWEBS. B. Binder, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &O. MOSSMAN-BT., Cbabtkbs TOWEBS. Allordore executed withneatncsBanddfBpatoh. Small parcels of all kinds of GOLD BOUGHT. I ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER,] CHAKTEES TOWERS. I. ALAND, MioYieraKER fc ©@saeaaesa©im mmv UIKEB BTOEET, Office: Tiernej'a Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A U C T 1 O X ...

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 June 1876

Telegraphic News. [FBOM ODB BBI6BANE TELKOBAFHIC 10BNT.] BHI6BANE. June It. Hacaliiter bu resigned his sent in the As* sembly. Thorn tabes leave of tfa* Legislative Assembly, and is a candidate for Ipswich. Dickson, in addressing bis constituents, stated tbat the Government had no intention of ex tending any railway in the coming session, aa they intended-if they continued to hold office --to aubmit followingjEesuon a, com upon reliable information; lie urged tbe necessity of matching tbe construction of the Dalby ex* tension. Tbe importation of English engineers, and Angus Mackay*e report in ixnerica, which was expected shortly, he considered as sufficient reasons for the delay proposed in railway con. atruction. The Departments for Public Works and of the Treasury, must, moreover, work harmoniously together ; that had not been the 00so and tbe deficit of £40.000 was cau&ed by undue precipitance in expenditure two years ago t but the financial condition of tbe colony was ne...

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