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THE MACHINES. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 June 1876

THE MACHINES. umnoow no Z going tnrougu, DEFUNOE. St. Pattick Blockgo'uuihn)||gh». EKTRBPRTSE.' Queen No 4 going through, , NEVEB DBSPAItt. United Englishmen goi&g through.. TfiKtm. Hung up} no stone.

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

EUHOPEAN. Additional European news rceeiveJ, states lhat three more executions were to take place at Saionica. During tfw funeral of the French and I German Consols, the foteign men-of-war were ordered to bombard Salonica, as a punishment for the late murders aud disturbance. The " Lennie " mutineers hare been executed at Newgate.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REEFS. JUST-IN-TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 June 1876

THE REEFS. JU6I-IK-TUIB. Fro«{}ecltng claim, King fiad partj', R. W. D. Bind, manager.-Siuce my las*, visit they have been conlinuing to sink the underlay, whicbia now 30 feet down (tbe shift being 90) following the reef (utundic), which looks first-claes, ana averages 2& feet. It is intended to sink the on* derlay fully 70 ftct more before opening out. The last crushing, 90 tons brown fitonc, v**lde'l 1 oc per ton, but the present uiundic reef is ex pected to give & far higher return. . Work is being carried on with vigor* No. 1 south, Doaau and party, Mick Furcall, i manager.- flic last crushing of brown stone from ttiU claim, as I stated in my last report, vent rftther poorly* but tbe uiuudic since rut in the deeper gmuad; ia positively «&. ticiputed to give a far higher result per ion. The underlay then commenced is now down 60, making, (with the downright }00 feet) a total depth c/f, 160, having solid and pure mundic atone the whole fiO feet, and . avera...

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

PHILADELPHIA. Frosident Grant opened the Ccnlenniul Ki liibitiou on tbe 10th May. Tbe Emperor 0f Broiil was pmcnt. The admission was fiiori at lire ebillinRS. The attendance was below ei peutation.

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Shipping. TOWNSVILLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 June 1876

t Shipping TOWNSVTLLE ABBIVAI4. Juq» frtrqi Lpndw. Jttn# 19.-BlaAnir^lfpiin Bnllwiw.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 June 1876

rirrr Dr. H O PUBCELL, EjffSSICIAW, SDBGEON 4c ADOODOHEDR, ' "?XhXg i&iaiifiti Medical JVrKtttiowf viuler ?^'iiel,Qtc^utai4 Medical JM, Oin & OowvvctD Dtxir «t hto EmMsbm Obpioh JHiU, Dppoilte Haeonic SMI,' MU»r-»t. Br, LITTLE Wj.n-y.wBT Db, SOHABFFBNBEBG'S LATE BESIDENOE, . Uatil bi) own i» twpMdi 'Abi tjiy .be Cohbultbd thbbe. ?1SL J.W. BOWKER Sttimieg, fioltator, tortnr, ©on* begantei, C%u tx ooniult*d dsil^ pt Hfihon'# Hot*!) 1OLL0HESTEB. j. & Carter. >0 LICIT OK Wiling Exshup HotoL Chiiiwt ... ®oj»i». J. It Cowan, . - jU^pBNEY un> BOLICrrOR, OOlrittBSlOiTBUm AFFIDAVITS, *O.> II.IoT, ttaiBttM lowBO. '. * R. Binder, ? #AaXJHMAKBR, JEWELLER, tea. ; ' : Ob^ktebii iowwts. '^iprtw sxwnit^d witiiittiitafiM Md dispitoh m iinfla lr insir.Ti Rniranv. jliinmt wniivi aJSM£RAL STOREKEEPER, . I , / OEASTEB8 TOWERS. aw W jonwuDtiMon aoeut .71',,, 7 ytm'mrnmii, ? IfMUii Tierrttj1* Mining Exchange Hotel, fj5:;:" CHARTERS T0VTBB8. WUliamJaOkBon, dWd-'&'i ...

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 June 1876

Telegraphic News. [FROM 0U8 BBIBBAHE TELEQttA-PHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. June 22. Parker has resigned his seat] for Burke; the nomination iB fixed for (be 2Ut Julj. Seventy-two tons from No, 2 North Lody Mary, Gympie, have crushed 650 oz«. Hemmant's resignation of his Beat iu the As* ecmbly is daUy'«xpec"te3r During tlie passage of ihe " Windsor Castle/' i tbe sailors nYutliticd, and rescued a Bailor irho had been placed iu irons, wounding-the two mates and the carpenter, borne of tho pas sengers, being armed, quelled the disturbance and regained the prisoner. > 1,. - ^ >. Junel!4 Macdlister has beon appointed Agcnt-Gcnerol for Immigration, and Extra-Commissioner for Philadelphia? be leavee for .England nest Week. Juuc 28. American papers .received hep» yestei'dny ore CuLlof the,CcnUimi&\ Exhibition at Philadelphia, and btate that the palm of supremacy among iUe Australian colonics must be given toQnptusliiud.

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northern miner. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 June 1876

SiT&RDAY, JUNE 21, 1876. fevut'/ -ti - fell of the MaoadisTEB Ministry ,isl "due jto tt'e.' i^ignation S.^Mr. Kino priQ»£u£} ud fcWthiB'"-lStfbsfec[uent' virtual .carrying^tfthe rota of'want of confidence. TOttt jra$, ,any preconcerted cpursc tef at Hon 'agree! upbn between Mr. Kiko and Mr. jtfcag^ggAti Juts been. distinctly denied i _ HorieVer the : result w»* brought -about, the resignation of the ljlAOAuenWStinutry-^nuBt- be regarded o « vintoiy by the party of progress.". TH5, pwitlon! token1-by the -two Northern members is sub^afttially 'the' same. Mr, of tbMWuig j-^tUfi tho hands of tne Opposition, abstained from pushing Ttjbe'.Jiciory too. far.'-fchlLfieft the liberal -ipiifty the ' power of forming a Ministry ' from ' their own ranks. Mr. Maoeobban went further. and took his .eat on theJOpposition benches, and, ns a protest.against,.p Ministry without any Ealicy, he was justified in doing so ; but'' e has done enough for a demonstration, sad we. consider that lie can...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 28, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

WEDNESDAY* J£$E, 28,1876. THE Bowen people have Started a Separa tion League, nod invite the co-operation of the North to carry oat its object Ter ritorial-Boparati cm. We ire glad to gos this manifestation flfjjrolitio&l. *itality io a Northern cinetitiieiioy, and' we true* that wry -centre -ot..popuUtion in-the North Will reopgnuejtte ,ojfforming e comtnittee Io prepare ^Cbr ttn^rgenoy that may ferito onf ®li_prfesent political complications. ' Bowen can ftirly elsltn, on toe score of exporienoe, some title to lied in poljtieaijtnaftert( and there should ibe no diifJA^ifiFloDal-jealOuBy -at the step abe tits now takep. flA. time cf struggle is the preliminary mus'tiaT of any, agitation? 6ueh uois«Idb6a!nM")>eterirt ia-tbsNorih'. If tbef&|wn^D8 -liakgafc'lead ib the formation of, eqmtniUflSi lu U>§, ^ajjoj" towns of -wi-Iftiftb, * plm'of^Stton way Iw itruolL/njt,^ .W-biUt^aflr^ipg with the generalcourse of ectioneinbodied in the resolutions of ft«i$i)wen Oo.tu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

PHYMOIAR;' ^DEftBOM W' ACCtHJOKECR, TrqiettiiMer under 5i;:;II^>'fl»*Wl'W£. Utdioal Ati, Oui ri)»iO63(g0BrkD ' -Ditti* at' his Realdonoe GhwA'Masonic H»H, Hln«r-it. . i - -i .ii . -' " .»,« Dr>ifiERiai" ? Ea|i|| jpjkJpB^IU^I^isEiKa^. 14T miiMiBM&tOBj '?. i- >. flH'<l9OiAtfte owb' U ooinplAeJ, '* ' '? . ,hdo*w»f«o:'thww., "i ? W»W$»i, Sol^OT;^;x6ctfg| jj®on? js"' vtgmnei. ... ;VH> be«>oiif)t«l Hiebmi'j Hotel, .' 1 ,'j, ij/, JtHLLOHpiftt. . ... 8/ptgfen; .? M0ro^ .*? ViU&Vtttillfe Oliittew T ujj .'iwtwM#.1 -u ' '; v; i .,0A$$P$jiipV wro SWOITO®* JOMMISBIONEU *db IflffiilllS, to. '. Itlvt'ift- OjUtTfcEi Towem.'1-'1' V '? ', ?»ht ' o6lUl"W$n$&'' ""'4'' ? &TOH1SAKBR, &o. tiit^L>'»^«MtBil wiftitie«tiiM8«ni«lt«patoh. 1 -fWlrtTT1* of "11 IdtiUof ChnO'UacOKt. . '. . 7i 1.11 '-f'. ii i""' " *"'? '.? JT" (ItilOTlfir ^ijCBAMWW *»WBB8. 1 '? M$ie(iEsii ftovnWBUOR mwt 7 .MWWi-WWPVs:,*. |oSm i aSeroty'# JIM1®^ftcofcsoge Hotel, i:,...

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SYDNEY. June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

stDKEY. ' Juue 27> I j D Alberti, vritiog on the 2Ut Uay, reports good ptegreM, Mid lioped to reaoh the Flf Siver la tro daps later. The " Dido," nmn-of-war, homeward bound, met with a hearj north-easter]; gale in Mage! lan'e Strait*, and lost her mainmast and bow eprit. IJ» team of riflemen, to compete at the Philadelphia Exhibition, leaves on Friday. The miner* at Newcastle have resolved to .end a circular to England, stating that the labor market is overcrowded aad wages loir.

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

Telegraphic News. , [fbom bus masBuns tbksokaphic Aontx.] BRISBANE. , June 21, ,v UcpDftadltlenieft that he is a candidate for | the Brireeelectorgto. It Is understood that the Qorornor is arrang. ipg to visit all the Northern ports, and proceep .ftetwortb to Somerset and Thursday Island* The Government bsv$ qgrcod with the other Aastaliftn eolopies to chare in the txpeose of . cable from Normaatoo to Singapore on the basis of population.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

OxroBH ib Lips.-Dr. Bright'e Pbosphodyne. -Multitudes of people ere hopelessly suffering. from debility, nerroui and liver complaint depression of spirits, hypochondria, timidity indigestion, failure of bearing, sight and memoiy, lassitude, want of power, &c., whose oases admit of « permanent euro by the new remedy ^bbsphodyne (ozonic oxygen), which at once *1layri all irritations ana. excitement, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebled < constitution, and rapidly cures every 6tageof these hitherto incurfljHB and distressing maladies. Sold by aUsstte'tnista; druggists and storekeepers ' throughout*^ globe. Caution : Xbe large and inorea&inj; demand for Dr. Bright'* Pbospho ?dyne htuledto several imitations under simila names ;. purchasers of -this medicine should therefore he rarefol to observe ibat each caab bean the English Goyernmorit Stamp, with the words "Pr. BrightVPbosphodyne" engraved -theron (white letters on red ground), and that the same wo...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

Obrrespondence. TO IBB SBITOB. 8ib,-The Advocate, .n its issue of the 17th inst., devotes a ooldmm to a letter " from ian occasional correspondent." ihia letter fa nearly atissue of falsehoods £ro« beginning tpend j £ut the only pari I irlehtOiioHaais tbe p&H in, which lie con demns the committee of tho'Ravonswood Hospital The Advocate correspondent states thai the com mittee want the doctor to intend extern pationU at their oim homes. This statement ie false, ttaoh a qaestioo never wag brougnt before the. committee at their meetings. One of the com mittee, I unflerstatod,' told the doctor he thought It was bit duty to do JO, but Dr. Watson, very wisely, paid nj heed to it. Thore is not the slightest doribt 1>ut iihat the majority of the committee side with the doctor's views of the ?question. I dbtftthirik the doctor ought to foel grateful to the Advocate* 41 occasional," as the committee have treated the dootor very well , and thai letter might hare a tendency to bias t...

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Police Court JUNE 23. Before C. S. DICKEN Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

Police Court Jura 23. Before C. S. DICKEN* Esq., P.M. Police l£. R. Boulton-Allowing gaining in Ills licensod public house. Defendant pleaded not gulity. Jainns Mathewa, miner, deposed: Docs not remember being in defendant's bouso on toe IStb, nor having played dioe tlioro, nor making a complaint to the police that lie hod been playiug dice there and had been robbed; be i was the worse for drink, nod the laat be re*! membered was at Oonnolly'a bar. Sergeant Mathers eaid the witness bad reported to tbo police that be had been playing <lioc in tlio defendant's house and had been gobbed of £8 or £9; the police couid proceed no further with llie case. The Police Magistrate dismissed the case, and informed the witness if the poijeo tifecorered. be bad been aweering falBelj, it would be their duty to prosecute him.

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Petty Debts Court. JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

I > Petty Debts Court I. Jrora 21. * I Before C- S. DIOKE.V ESQ. p. jr ftn(j j BOM BSC., J.I>. VKDEPflllDBD. David DIckion v. W, A. A.ckora-£3 18, goods supplied. | Verdict for amount, and coals 0f oourt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

"CRITERION" STORES. Important Announcement! RELINQUISHING THE Grocery & Ironmongery BRANCHES. THE Proprietor, having determined to devote tbe whole of his time ond-fenergy in attending to fait rapidly iunseaawg drapery and out-fitting basi ' nowoffeni the, whole stock of ' Oro&ries,''' IronmMgely, Crockery, Mining Bequisites, &o>i &o. ^-amounting to over £4000-io thepublic, at prices . ,ranging from ten'to twenty-fire pfr cent. -under coat, BO tie to effect a speedy and * dfectusloleaTanco, The bwII frontage of the Omtbbtof Store* has, in a manner, made this step compuUory, having no mom to enlarge the premises so as to .do justice to the Senetal tnade ; it is, therefore, decided o'carry out the drapery branch aa it ought to be. ' Tfianklng the cvowda of oonatitiienta who haw supported the " Ceiteeion" sinoeits opening, the pnblio will now have an opportunity of aupplyiag their want* from,a large, vaiieo, and freab ?took at.price* w^ich must ensure...

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The Ministerial Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

TJie Ministerial policy. ,. THESE members of the Cabinet, Mr, Stewart, Mr. Dickson and Mr. Griffith, in addressing their constituent*, declared what >Ue polloy the Government is to be. We ui&ke the following, extracts front the Courier. Mr. Stowartsaid: In epeaking of the polioy of the presont: Menietry, he begati by referring to the works' policy. It had been said ibat they intended to curtail (lie expenditure in this directioato considerable extent. This, however, was a miBtakp, pa large aums would bo asked for to carry on 'Works ~oT various descriptions with the exoeption of railwqyg,.nnd Jie thought there-were good reasons why no tnoneyf should be voted for that purpose duriug the present session. In the first plaoe, they had a deficit of abont £40,000 in the Treasury; this was not a large amount comtmritoreIy, yet ft was sufficient to worn them, against -golt>g at present into an 'expenditure * ?which might necessitate the imposition of ad ditional taxation. ; bas...

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Legislative Assembly. MAY 30TH ADDRESS IN REPLY. (From Hansard.) [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

Legislative AsBBmbly. JSIAT SUTH ADDRESS IS EBPLY. (From JIantard.) [OONTINUBU.J Mr. KING atiid iTbe colleotor,or wh&tercrlhemati was oalled, was placed exactly hulf-way between Maryborough and.-Gyrnpip, and the only traffic lie got was (be whole traffic to the latter place; whereos there was Ad unusually Urge popu lation fettled on lb* fi/st half of (be line. It whs assumed, too, tbat the railway would not increase the traffic, although it was known that' there wero Jargo resources in the district which could not bo developed for want of cheap carriage.. Again, it was said that no ehbrt railway could pay expenses; that the population or oature of tue country through which tho i ail way passed had nothing to do with its paying; Ib&t the only question worth considering was (hat of letigLh. Was this the faotoriiotf Had it not often beenproved that the mont remu nerative wore tho shortest lines f When he was at home, the best paying line-was that from Dublin &lt...

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MELBOURNE. June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 June 1876

MELBOURNE. Juno 27. I A blacksmith tad bit head completely cut off by an engine on tbi Ararat railway. Wilson, of Orion DOWDB, Queensland, baa bought the bull Burleigh for £1000. Th* meeting of subscribers to the School of Arts, caUed for lest night lapsed, there being only dalf-a-dosen persons present at the appointed time. A meeting of shareholders of the Alexandra , Gold-mining Company is c&U"d for this evening. I I It is proposed, we understand, to resume work I when the registration is iip The good atone .truck in Peter Brers' claim has renewed the I confidence f)f ibe shareholders! and they intend I giving the mine a netr trial. I The object lessonB in the Primary School hare I b»en very neatly framed and glazed by Messrs. Wakefield, tinsmiths, Main-street. The mould ing is a good imitation of woodwork. Clie job i reflect* creditably on the skill of the makers, , The lessons are Dow bung up in tue sobool aud I add considerably to its appearanco. Persons ; bating large ...

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