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Patsey's Goat. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

*: Pataey»B Goat i Tin Hornsdole Correspondence Pittsburg Chronicle eaya : - When Mr. Teranoe M'Fadden 'died, b)B widow made a raffle of: her household goods. Out 'of oil the j eollection^Patsey Oonley drew a three weeka-old billy.goat. Patsey saw noihiog eitnordhilj. in the gout at first; bnt when-before it faadcbeen a member of the family-two daji-it butted tbe baby down cellar, ate up the week's wash that was spreadonthe grass, end climbed to the top of.«.15-iopt board'pile when Mrs. Oonley c»me ctit at it with the clothes pounder,-«tfdlooked calmly down at Iter M it choired the last ruffle on a night gown, Patsey set fate heart on the kid and took it under bis sfeoial protection. He named it Beeleebub. AB Beelzebub in-. oreased- in eifa and age, be nude it ex tremely lively for the Oonley neighbour hood. He was alwaysready for a fight,! .nd woula.eat anything that be came across. He»ou1d go a tulle <r. t of hit way , to luoafa off'jtdoor tnat, and it-would never 1 do ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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A Victim of Ill Luck. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

A Victim of 111 Luck They dtew Mm down In a little hmd-uflr When the pale moon looked dotva apon the silent sleeping city they draw him Wfcen the at«et« wore deserted, sod the lamps fllokered. feebly sod bslefnll/, the little osrt rblled -bim down. He soew'it not. He slept peseefall; #nd vail.. They . flung his logs flrottnd, aad'they were not paoifio with hin body, bnt Nothing he cared - If they lethlm «loep on >. j- cj In the oell where the janitor l*ti him. .; * Vow Mm, tny sntlom friend, Mttos to be Joseph Letwell," . i ''It sre, sir.' "Is this a cms where Joseph ooolfltft Let-well enough alone P" , '. You ere agin me too 1" exclaimed Joseph. " There's a-ring ag^a me.. town, and luck it agio ma, and I don't care where you tend me." "ts whiskey ibe c»ii8e of voor sorrow. JosBhh ?" " Nn.eir. JTy wlfa raouwayliiet mill iner. Tlied iny dog wis shut by a pnllce uunk Then I (tot flfck and lost a good job. Tlien I wbb euoil, and here, ahmit two Keeks ago, tnyiatber died and didn't l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

"CRITERION" STORES. Important Announcement! RELINQUISHING TO* Grocery 8b. Ironmongery BBA.NCHE8. THE ' Proprietor; havmg determined to devote the whole of Uis time and energy in attending to trie rapidly increasing drtpeiy and outfitting buii gess, now offers the whole stock of Gfocottet. .? Ironmongery, Crockery, MiningBe^uUitee, &».» ®c.-*-«mouating to over^tiOOO^-to the public, at prices f%«ging from ten to twenty-five per ceut voder oobVsou to effect a speedy aod effectual clearance. The email frontage of the Cmtbbiok Stores has, in a manner, made this stop compulsory, hating no room to enlarge the premises eo as to do justice to the general trade ; it is, therefore, decided to carry out the drapery branch as it ought to be. Tfisnkfug to crowd* of cooeUtoent* who have supported the *' CarrraioK* tincc its opeuing, the public will now hare an opportunity of supplying tbeir wants from« Jawp, jailed, *»d frwu stock at prfees *'whiGb>tnuBt*«n6ure . speedy clearance over t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

Premature Decay. From inherent weakness' overwork, continued exposure to unwholesome sir or sudden variations Of temperature* from business cares, sorrow, or other causes, the con* stitutiooB of mai.y persons prematurely decay. Under euoh cirourostsnoes, * wlae discrimination ihould be exeoised' in selecting the material wherewith to repair dilapidation and restore the human edifice.. Bemomber ,that the sanction of four thousand physieans has faeen aocorded to Udolpho Wolfo* ecfiledamArojcuHe fiohoapps. ATmaloolu; TENT AND TAHPAUZjIN MAKKU. MATB&86BB. Floolc and Fibrej Single And' Double Iron Bedsteads, Pillows ind liolsturs etuffod with PuLp,: equal to Feathers j Wood and Oftne Bottom Ohtrfro. A. M., b&ving purchased the above Goods in the best and cheapest inarkots, is prepared to disposedf eaneat lowest rates. NoTBTsi-ADDiiEss A. MALCOLM, Moimon-sLrool, opposite GiJl-Btreet, Charters / Towers. Royal Mail Steimers « . riTHK fine steamers of tbe K. and [ A.M.S. CO. ...

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SYDNEY. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

HVDNK1'. June 29. J The Back Creek diggings Ave showing &ood ' .prospects, & number of old Palmer rod New Zealand digits prononnced tbe field promising. A. taajorifcyrct the colonies have xgreed to rnu . steamer Co Port Dawin to keep up cable communication, Victoria'* answer U avaltcl. Midtael Conoel] convicted of the murder of bifl wife was executed at Tauworth yesterday. Boon, convicted of murder at Wagga VFagga, is to be executed', The Governmeut have carried . 3oan estimate for the Northern railway extension. The Legislative Council have passed a Disease in-Sh«p Act Amendment Bill, it U intended to restrict ill operation to arrivals from Queens* hod, Tbe tanmufeiit have convened a meeting of its «upport?rs to contider what etepsaie best'to be taken to <$<&* flip session* . The Government are considering the propriety of altering fjie 8a& Francisco route. The butchers in Melbourne hare raked the price of meht one penny. The Ke...

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Police Court, Millchester. JUNE 28. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

Police Court, Millohester. JUKE 28. Before C, S. DICCEN, Esq., P.M. James Drew, arrested on a charge of feloniously stealing . certain valuable security drawn by one I Jolm Ucaue ou the Queueualand Natioual Bank i of the value of £20, the properly of one .Arthur 1 Bailey. Mr. Carter appeared for the prosecution, Mr. Cowa< for the prisoner. Constable mLIlouu&? deposed: Arrested pri> eonec oil the 2StU on warrant (produced) at Mossman's claim on tho Rainbow ; took him to Uillyard's store; after reading the warrant to Jjim he said be kfceiv nothing about it, that he had not a£20 cliequ,c since ho came on the field; took the prisoner to Walter Smith, shop-boy at fill (yard's and asked Smith if that was the uian that passed thi £20 cheque on Saturday morn ing ; Smith said "that is the man j" believes the prisoner is a miner employed by UrMosinan; after his arrest, prisoner eaid in Hillyard's store, " it is no use me denying it any lon£fer, I focmd it oo tl v street ...

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MELBOURNE. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

MELBOURNE. June 29. FmitcII the teller of tiie bank of New South Wale® has absconded embezzling £6000,

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Police Court. JUNE 30. Before C. S. DICKEN Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

Polios Court JUNK 30. Before C. 8. DlOKEN Ksq., P.M. John Leach r. Patrick ftlarkbatn-£18, wages, Aljtfttrftcd for a week. fli'ly All Obick r. Joseph Fogg-Struck out. No appearance of parties. o&rnes O'Oonnell v. Hugh MoiBraan - £5, wages. Mr. Cowan appeared Car plaintiff, and Mr. Carter for defendant, who pleaded "not in debted." Plaintiff's case was* that he entered defendant's eerrice on Saturday fortnight, lie was ougagei by the manager, John Inch, of North Australian p c.; be told him be had to work twelve hours at £2 10B. R-week j he went to work on the following Monday, and continued there for a fortnight i he df»ve the wliiui norsu ; was never absent i asked defendant for his wages i be refused to pfty itini until ho found the mare that was lost; he turned out the mure, and she .trayed sway and he caald not find her; w&% told by John Inch to turn out the mare ; turned her out just below the whim claim. The Police Magistrate staled, that if tho defence was tha...

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(from the C. B. Express.) MACKAY. June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

(fVom tbe C. ExprM.j UACKAT. Juno 22. I Tilts following are the result* of tbo Macks)' .song. MAIDEN rULTE. McLenmin's Kiiigsfoni ... ... 1 ' PIOWEEB HAKDICtr. Archibald's Hero ... ... -... 1 DutaelU'e Vanguard a etuiva EICE. Bell's Iiottwy 1 AroliibaM's Walt-a-while 8 pitoii Bumtcir. Stclieooan's Kinjjsford i Christian's Iiord of tbo Hills ... 2 The weather m showery, but the ottcuduncc good: SECOND DAY. Juris 22, The oourws *uvery tewy, bat the weather kept fine throughout the day. J>IBJwot SLUE. ChriitiatS'e*Bi»t ... I SmSthVSEeMait 2 . LiDiEs rintss Christian's Spot I Bell'a Ariel 2 TDW CLX'fl BAKDIOJlP. Archibald's Hero ... 1 Dutaclli's Vangusrfl.;, ... 2 *6»oEDn»l.pip*r. CbriattinVSjitit'' "" ... ... 1 , After a Bead heat with iMcIiennan'e Kings fore, this race was won by a lie&douly. In the Millchestor Police Court, on the 20th George charged with threatening and Abusive language, was bound to find sureties of the peace for three months, himself in £10 and two in £...

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Californian Cheap Bridges. (From the Queenslander San Francisco Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

- t- : :"T - { California!! Cheap Bfidg'§& (From the Queentlandrr. San Fr»n#Wo' OorreBpbpdehU) RanxiE-BuiLDINa .is b speciality'here. Men, and clever'men at that, devote all their time to it. Amongst tbem ate tbe Pacific Bridge-building Company, whose bead-quarters -are in Ban Francisco, and Whose work Z-have found in varioua parts of the estate. Their largebridges are-apon the ttusa principle, and .the; bold patent* from various ioven'.ora for improvement* upon bridges of various patteiba. When a' wan or woman (for women are clever at mechanics) bere discovers anything ptm, novel,-or useful, or promising, or supposed to be promising, apatentia obtained} and. it is surprising bow these patents arp respeoted. The Pacific Bridge-building Company hold rights to ooottraot onder several of theBO patents. . Tbey. bBW cx lenaive plant, end, in »diiitioo,.tliey hav» large oapital in the form'of iroiriense'per^ severauce, baainesa tuct> and ability tor Use tbe material ipost suita...

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Mining News. THE REEFS. ST. GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

mining News THE REEFS. 6T. OBOBOK. Prospecting claim, Voro and party.-The old workings we to bo' left for the present and tlie sinking or a deep shaft further east starred ; it is already logged up. and as soon(aa the windlass ia fixed sinking will be proceeded with iu right <»rnest The reef in the old shaft was gat at 27ft., from which depth mi underlay of 30 has I since been worked iu following tbereef, and a | trial crushing of a feiv tone taken out, yielding a rother indifferent result, bat sufficiently en couraging, considering the eifo of the roof, its great dip. and the next claim north eliking good mundic 6tone at a greater dep'.b, to induce them to aink the new shaft mentioned, expect ing to bottom o- the mundic at 100ft., or mora. It is a good show. Ko. 1 eoulb, Toll, Lissncr and party, W. Finlay manager.-A veir mullocky crushing of Id tons of tbo brown top fitono yielded loz Sdwts per ton, which is very encouraging; but if. was considered arirjsabl? locontinuet...

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Ministerial Policy. (from the Brisbane Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

ministerial Policy (from the isrtsuane Courier.) Mr DicKSQS -It -wub their intention to introduce a Lund BUI, which should bo of that equitable el»arac'er, that while It rcium&d laud far settlement it should not-m'olcst the pastoral tenant. but Un<i would be supplied for settle ment when it was required. A-t present tho land was divided into a classification of &*,, 10s., ftndUfe. un acre* Esperienoe tad shown that the price realised had been a fraction over 6s tn&cre. As it was obviously impolitic to allow this claesiGcAtion to continue, ana the Government thought it would he hotter to have one classifi cation besides homesteads, and intended to make such an arrangement an important feature in the new Laud BUIj tho price of land would uccoitlingly he raised, hut not to such an extent tliflt settJoweat would bo retarded. At present a selector conld take up something like 10,000 actPB of land. The Government consider that a less extensive area might...

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THE MACHINES. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

THB MACHINES. L0UI6A, Ton?. Claim. O*. Dwt.Gr ! 104 Bftinboir No 2 335 13 0 Guiding 8tsr gotnj; through. 1 OKE-ANO>ALt. 301 U&iabow Kc 2- ... ... 301 5 0 j DEPIAXCE. Hi. Patrick Block goinq through. ' EKTKKParHfi. i Queen No 4 going through. KKVER DBSPAIft. United Englishmen going through. ' vfncs. Hung up; »o stone.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

DR. LITTLE BAB BBMOVXtB TO DI8 HEW BE8IDKNCE, NEXT THE MASjONJTHALL. COMDXTATION BOVBB: MOENING ... 9 to 10 EVENING 6 to 8 Bollotoatf/t Pillt.-Indigestion.-In all cuiu of indigestion, producing tronrinMi, low spirits. palpitnUou, and feverlshness, thcie famous PilU should be retorted .to «s the gentlest and surest oorrautire of the stomach, and the best antidote to its ailments. These Pills dispel the cause of dyspepsia; overdone afflicted will) it ma* rejobf '. at Vnt safe and satisfactory results which can be secured at so small a charge tu the purchase of a boxaf Holloway's Pill*. They purify, strengthen, and'remedy imperfect development of grptnh and health la jouhg porsons. Thousands «P sufferers, who casually commenced a course of llollotiray s Pills, have admired their rcBtoiativo ponet over ibewjolre*, and afterwards reoom* inendod them with a fixed coofidoncc, which has nctrer been hetruyed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

sr. 'E"A' PN^EILL, HTSIOIAH, 8UB&EON &ACOOUOHECB, JMg Qaa^fieR XfUoA PraaUhmw'under t/J-QiUeKtluM Utiieal jlot, :' Cin (be Co^SSvna>'"DiiIS 'ftt'liis HEBIDENDO Church HILLJ FRPP6MLE'M&«ONICIIAI1| Miner-fit. H. BOWKEE NUBTGAITCCI^T.. be CIFFIMFII&'FLASLJ'IT Hotel, BOM;OITOE Tierney'E HIPIOJ; OJEIPB^NGO; Hotel. OLIWTERS ?» ? ii x. . *. ' '.'J: E Cowan, ATROEIJEY ADD TSPMOITOE, F NRTITN^^W^IT'W^FN^ATTTS.TOIV, . R 0KAJIXEB8 '.(TO WBBFL. WATOBPP^)^ JEVYELLFCR, &A ,' > HOSBTTTT-S?., CLUBTSBS TOWSBS, ALLORDERIFA«»NTEDWITI>IIEATNE8BAN^(JLBPAT«LI. Email I^RCELIIORBLILARII" of GOLD BOUGHT. QEK ERjftiXi ST QBE KEEPER, CKLFCR^EFC TOWEBB. Office: XJFRNQR'E .MINING EZDMNGE Hotel, : CHARTERS TOWERS., William' JAOKSON, > A V &H 1 0S H)"SB General Commission Agent, 1 ^OSSJTAJT. SIBBET.' W; J. TOLL & CO., SEATED WATEfe & COEDIA.LI "II. .> 1 ?? ? ? ? ?' ,: MANUFIOCTUMRS, . OH^'K^BPS TOWFT*E.: W--.1 NJ'TO I'LL-* ' R. SADDLER...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1876. Telegraphic News. (FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

- BATURD£3f,; JCLY X, 187C. Telegr^jpixic News. (HUM ODE BBtBBiVK TBI,EaUM>IIIC iOEtiT.] BRISBANE. r; June 29. Uacal liter is gasetted Agent General for Imroi*: gration, lie left oil Saturday for Sydney, be trill etftrt foi San Francisco on Friday next. Hemmaht has resigned his pent in the Assembly, Jamee JohuBtone and George Grimes are candidates, both arc liberal. Baadall Macdonnell is a candidate for the Burke electorate. Mowbray, mining registrar, Millobeeter, has beta appointed Warden /or the Uodgkineon. June 30. Geoige and Janice Johnston, both farmers, haip been Dominated /or Bulimia. Hemmant took a farewell of his late con, etituentt yesternight^. and delivered An address on the policy of ibajt&e Ministty, asked the Liberal party to sink petty differences and give Thome's Government a fair trisl. freconsidi'-red the Governor, in ticking Thome to form tho Ministry, departed from constitutional usages in tbe instance of Australian politic*, in having a Member of tbe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 July 1876

MARRIAGE. SIM—STANNETT.—On the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. R. J. Carson, Alexandra Sim to Eliza Stannett, both of Charters Towers.

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northern miner. WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1876. Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1876. IfilegraphicNews. [»aoti;otm -bmpm'sb TdtiB&sA.raic aoest.] BRISBANE! July 3. The Chamber of Commorcc bare interviewed tbc Premier on iho necessity oC gottiug a duplicate cable, and asked him to urge on the southern cobjiioet to /use^ every? jjiapirtoU itp ^ring the negotiations w aolosfl; at expresseda pfofcrdncc for a cable starting from Norman Ion. Mr. Tuom promised ©very attention to the wishes of the Chamber, and said the land tariff of tbc Queens land linos ought not exceed 4s. TUe Go vera or and Premier formally open the Oxlcy railway bridge on^.Wcdnesday. It will be avail&ble fcbTitBcMn'Thursday, iJ The "Lyec Moon" is appointed to leave Sjjdgffi to^nm^w^co^i^^it ^Towafivillc anl broken, tbcnce to Guile. July 4. The National Society's Exhibition promises evej£ success, Thft Coir.rajjtfp nre working £hd~"|mve * j\ldgcj: t *jCUey l£xVfl M^JjifciGoy^rnor io*tJ[fcb it, and pho" claim a public holiday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

Dr. H. C PURCELIii PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACOOUOHEUR, -D«(y QtaMfiei Medical Practitioner *nder ? < th» Quceluland itedieal 4et, Can tbe OoSSTOTED Dim at bi» Beridenee Church HiU, opposite Masonic JIall, Mlner-et. EJ.W.BOTOR i^ra^SoIitttot, roctor, <Eoju fcegaheei, fcc., ?; daily ^ Huhon'e Hot*l, ? tOliDOHBSTBB.' I j. 8. Carter. SOLICITOR Mining B®d»nge Hotel. -Charte* ; Tower,. j. B, Cowan, ATXOENES- *»d BOIiICITOE, OOMJH88IONEU us AFFIDAVITS, 4a, B. Binder, j watghh&Kbb, JEWELLER, to j Mossmajj-ST.I OEiBXiaa XOWEBS. j *11 crieri executed with ne atness and dispatch. | flmall parcels of aM kind* of Gold BopQHt* tOniRJAN07 general STOREKEEPER, flirt P.TRRfl TOWKEB, ; 1&eEWV I, ALAND, AUBTI@nnm* ©®89B8!6Bt® SdVBB ' BTBBET, Offioe t Tierney's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, J. U C T 1 0 E E &, General Commission Agent, MOBSMAN (STREET. W. J. TOLL & CO., JERATED WATER _& COBDIAX Manufacturers, ...

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Warden's Court, JULY 4. BEFORE Mr. Warden CHARTERS and Messrs. POLLARD and THYGESSON, Assessors. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

Warden's Court, JULT 4. BfiPfTfiE Mr. harden CHAliTXlts niri Messrs. POLLABD arid TttYGESSON, ABSOfiSura. Mossman v. Mills-Encroach men t from water frmi No. 1 N, W. General Wyndhaw into Eastward Ho, £1000 damages. "MtrCwtor nppcarcd for plaintiff; Mr. Cowan for defendant, who pleaded not indebted, uot guilty, and that tbe water took its fiao in a claim on which an injunction was laid. -Mr<-Carter--stated plaiutUTa-cJua, -which was, , bo said, exactly like two canes tried in thai ' Court, and tho decisions had boon maintained by the judgo of tho District Court. liugh Mossman, the plaintiff, deposed: Is owner oClcaeeNo. 3j called Eastward JIo, on tho General ;Wyudbam lihu Of reef; jflofendant holds a claim' on tbe same line of reef,* No. I NAV. General Wyndham; knows tho p.c. on the same lino; put uowu through tho p.c. on underlie ^sbaft into the Eastwasd l£o[pian put in, signed /b^|il^^n^%£|rdlng)p3tttnet Mining Surveyor, expibit AT) j ^hafi sustained ^dana&go'Vro...

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