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SYDNEY. July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

urDNEr. July 3. | Xtattgcr has atfrpecd, personally £SOO towards dofrayiug Uie fexpeh&es i>t%be -Philadelphia riflo team, who loft lost Friday. The Government supporters jA&i&ftviiie tntro* duction this session of nn extension of the railway rffpjn ^/iggft-to jAlbutyr/ind frqm Wallor^ong to ? MwflgoeVndKoHh'of'CIwerico^ttrcr to Wood burn. ; , , f. . 8tfliuborgor, welt known for hts affairs here, en route to prosecute alleged claimB against tbo Government- He is understood to bo a Fenian agent who managed the escape of prisoners from Western Australia. He is gone to San Fraocisco He elated that the whaler "Calypso" was specially chartered and arrived to effect tbo escape of tlw prisoners. July 4. BUhop Batfce? leave* for Brisbane'to-day Tor toe purpose of visiting tbo Northern diocese. - A man named Connor, in the lock*up. Nar row, rushed the kcrper.and, seizing Ida revolver, triedt^iboot faiqa»fa af^nra^iphofc himself. A man wb» burnt to death at Timut, wh...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

"CRITERIOI" S TORE S. Important Announcement! RELINQUISHING TOB Grocery & Ironmongery BRANCHES. THE Proprietor, having determined to devote the whole of hU Umo «nd enerjy in attending .to fab rapidly . r_UCr0*^l0& drapery abd out-fitting bust now ot&ii the whole stock of ajooeriea, Ironmonger;, Crockery, Mining Beqnidtea, Jlo., AC.-«moucti[ig to over £4000-tothe public, at prices tanging fcom ten to twenty.five per ceut «Mer cott, so oa to effeot a speedy and aoeataal cleamooe. The mull frontage of the Cjuzbhiov Store* has, in a manner, made thia step compulaoiy, having no room to enlarge flie premiies 00 a# to do juetioe to the general trade t it u, therefore, decided to cany out tin drapery branch aa ft ought to be. Thank'ng the crowd* of constituent* who have supported the " Caramon" opening, tbe pubVic *U1 now Nwjn opfcottuni^ oT supplying thelt I man feint large, vaiied, aba Crash "took at price* whicfh jniut ensure a .peedy clearanoe over the counter, a...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ministerial Policy. (From the Brisbane Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

Ministerial Policy (Prom the Brisbane Courier.) Mr. Oriffitn eaid: The quisliob which was now of the most immediately preaBing was the land question. ill the fertile Jan^s M yet unsettled in the southern portion of the colony were under ten years' leases which would shortly expire. It was necessary that the mode of disposing of those lands at the cipiratiou of the leases should be settled by fe.rl.mnem during this or the next session. It had loug been foreseen that the most strenuous efiorte would be put forth by each party to gain the reins of power while tbpse lauds were to 1)0 dealt with. This being the case, whatever the | personal inconvenience might have been, he would bare felt bimsolf warning in Ills dutv had he refused to assist in fighting that battle. For this reason lie bad come to hiB constituents \ asking them to place it in his power to exert, himself in preventing those lands from being i further locked up. The year before last, the Uaealister Government proposed tha...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

WANl'ED a General Servant. Apply to ttBS. BtffiEE) Beeteis' Arms Hotel,. Charter. ToiVfiM. To Bakers. WASTED a competent BAKES to take charge of a Bake-Uouso. Apply to A. O. HtlXVABD, Criterion Stores. Tenders Wanted. TENDERS Will be received by tlie under* rigtied up till FjtlDAY EVENING, July 7m., a18 p.m., for eiukiog the underlie abnfr of tho Sir Henry Havelock Gold Mining Go., No Liability, a farther d#pth of 80 feet. Specifi cations coo be ftdea da (be iutue from Mr. *V. i\ Donovan, or at (he Company's office. The lowest or any tender not necessarily BO* cepicd. W« A. AckeBb, Secretary. Tenders Wanted. TENDERS wanted for sinking a new shaft o depth of aixty feet (60) in the Aieiandra Leasehold Gold Miniug Company, No Liability. Specifications can bo seen upon applications to the undersigned' Xendors will be received up till FRIDAY EVENING-, July 7tb, at 8 p.m. Tho lowest or any tender not uocobsariiy oo«; ccptcd. W. A. ACKEES, Secretary. TENDERS will be received by tho undersi...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mail News. THE UNIVERSITY RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

?!. Mi- iU'Mail News JIBE UNIVERSITY IIAOB. J.IUB race was rowed in the 'presence of an immense multitude, wbiob far outstripped ill numbers the spectators of any previous yssr.^ .Oxford won the toss for. choice of position, and eelootod the Middlesex side as Me^moro favorable. Both crews launched ihotr boats'tat twelve to'two ptm(,and row down to the starting place, which iB ex* 2t)p yards above the .aqueduct et Putney. .J^p boats [were got into their position: at.thrae .minutes to two pm. Oxford rowed intbe newest of the two Ways built for her by CUfippr, the Oxford boat builder, while Cambridge occupied the nbw boat built ,for 'them by Swaddle sod "Wioihip, of. Nowca&tle-on-Ty no, it having developed better qualities than their Senrlabost The race began at 2h. 2 Mi 17,:p.m. Both crews canght.tbe Wjer at>tty£<.*ame mptnenie, Cambridge getting off a little quicker - than their an tagonists.- The form of 6»th' crews' was 1 ^arnftibl^; Oxford Towiii»'38 Btrokes ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Murder of the Consuls at Salonica. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

The Murder of the Consuls at Salonica FnoM Tha San Francisco Bulletin wo ®x jract the following account of this outrage .. London, May 9.-The Porte lias scot by telegraph the following account of tbo disturbances in Salonico to tbo Ottoman Ambsssador at London:-Tho convert to Mabamwedism arrived at Salomon by railway. Tito Mohammedans proceeded to. coodoot tier, according to em-, torn, to tbe residence of tjio Gover nor-Goueral, when about 150 porBons whom the consul of the United States bad assembled rushed at tbe ennvort, tore uff ber veil and mantis, snd carred her by force to tlio bouse of a Glirielian. "flic cx clled Mussulmans proceeded tn tbe Gover nor's residoneo, and insisted tliat tlio oou vert should bo brought thither. The G-oveiior, bearing that tbe French and Gorman consuls bad entered tbo mosqoo which was invaded by tbe orowd, wont tbore to induce tbe consuls to withdraw and caloi the people, but all his efforts wore useless. Tbo populace wrenched f'O bars from tbo gr...

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 — 5 July 1876

Correspondence TO THE EDITOR, SIB,-In glancing over Jio Northern Miner of June 28th, I boli'cod an error in reference to the crushinge at Bochford. It states, a late crush* ing of 1£0 tons stone, a,fortnight's crushing, gave only 20 oes. of gold. It should have been 90 tonB gave from the battery 20 OZB. The tailings of said 90 tons were reduced by Brown ana Stanfteld'e concentrator, arid ground by Wheeler's pans and amalgamated in the arastra, which gave 8L oss gold j total yield of pans and battery beiug 101 onFfor 90 tons. In crashing this stuff the finest soreens that are punched were used. Your remarks of 2 or 3 dwfcs to ton pays well at Eochford, I flan thoroughly understand your meaning, but at the same time I must remind you that it takes an ounce to pay, that ie crush ing and grinding. You must bear in mind also th« value of gold here is only from £2 17s to A2I8s. There is al#p another source of profit which wiUiii a.measure counterbalance the low price of gold, vie., tbe st...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 July 1876

BIRTH. WOODBURN.—On the 3rd July at her residence,   Towers View Cottage, the wife of Joseph i Woodburn of a son.  

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS TOWERS AND TOWNSVILLE X.U88IFE&&CO. n* ^ r, * -X, _il_ L BEG to thftnk; 4bo' Aubliciol Chapter? rofrgrs. UlUcboetor,1" ana eufrbufiaing' districts for the very liberal support bitherlo accorded thepi. libXld, the' 'htWEfcS STdREKEEPERB of this field, they hare altroys endeavored to fur ther the inter<WMij®rogKB8 of4hc fiald -and population to TOt Beft of Irlirfr-'MjiUtiefi -arid pecuniary position, and afar jpifolir jean, find tliemeolvcE, " ftariliBH£ttBJjWblio1'1 amply rcwardod. X. Ii. & CO.'S business lias progressed with the Field, and they arefnpwin ftpDsiliop'to oiler to the publio ^ , f J . Advantages , In assortment Dfatoclce^otr pripc^ pKl aeootno-. d&(?0Q AMoy to^noob M the rival fiupnsi jpkieli have ^ *iira ^tttAeq^fc^iness od MLjie ^Gash," j " Plain Figure*," and other principles. The approaching ^etiSeaBouhaa ioduoe^l ub to procure PU^usive stocks of General Merchandise In advance or the dcm&ndin ...

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MELBOURNE. July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

MELBOURNE. July 6. Stephenson#' and Co.# Are about to sme a writ on the PoBtm aster-General for £20,000 damages, for detention -of ibeir letter® in OOD* nection with Ibe late Cufltoms leiturea, Webster and Co. have failed, tbeir liabilitie® ure eetdofn at ^67,000. I July 7. The Customs authorities now ask Stephenson 1 and Co. to produce genuine*inroioes with proper headings when passing entries. , ! The Medical Society have agreed, after a pro ' tracted discussion, that ammonia is -the beet I form of *tunuiant in cases of snake bite» intra* j vejnous injectiofl being the best motbod of ftd> | ministration. j The " Geltirood," ship, orer 1000 tons register , from Liverpool, totally wrecked wear Bevoli Bay. j It ia supposed t\»vt »\1 hands on boardI have bcru lost Her cargo is valued at £18*000. The beach is strewed with wreckage j of the carfo. The scene of the disaster is near I where the " Admella *' was wrecked,

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Small Debts Court. JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

Small Debts Court. JCME £1. I Betoe* C- 8. DrcKN Biq. P. M., and J. B. &otiUa«., J.P. Jutt and Oo. T. Solan-££ 6i.| goods tap. plied. Yeraict for plaintiff tar amount and 6t. costs' Lamond v. KoIm*-£2 11a. 6d., dishonoured cheque. Verdict for amount and cost*. Billiard v. Deane-£20, value of a cheque drawn by John Deane in favor of A. Bailey. Mr. Bowker appeared for plaintiff, Mr Cuter for defendant contented to a verdict lor plaintiff. Harvey and Chicle v. Bailey-£1 10A, dit honoured cheque. Verdict by consont tot plaintiff, and lUs. 6d. profoBtional coiti. Mr. Oowan for plaintiff, Mr. Carter for defendant. tame v. Bailey-£80, value of four waiting bullocks. Mr. Cowao for plaintiff, Mr. Cuter for de fendant and pleaded not indebted, and a aet«C ofm. : Thie wet an action for the tewel; of £30* In December last, plaintiff pore bated from de fendant four working bullocks and taokliag, each to ooat £16. A. aale note wat given by detendant to plaintilb i tbey vera not delivered ...

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ADELAIDE. July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

, ADELAIDE. July 6. I The cable' steamer "Kdinburg" spoke Port Darwin yesterday, ehe bad been unable to com municate with Benjoirangie, and feared then wal another creak. Babbage, the teller of the Bank of Adelaide! bas been committed for trial Jfor embeulemen* I of *1600, and of forging a cliequc for nearly £10,000. . The " lyee Moon " Jearet NewcaaUc to-day forTowoaville and Banjomwgie. ,

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Warden's Court. JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

Warden's Court. JoiT 7. Befobe Mr. Warden Cbabtsbs and Messrs. Pollabd and Tbioksson, Assessors. Uomdm t. Milk : Part beard. W. M- Mowbray deposed-.Prudueet records of case Uotsman r. Mills, beard on April IB, datuage by water, damage was olaimed to (he Etfa April; the verdict for plaintiff, £6q damage*; the defendant mi ordered lo clean out his well* hole, and to fceep bis water from overflowing ; j baling to begin on the 24th April s the signature ; to the document produced is Warden Charters,i and addresed to Thomas Mills; [reed to th« effect that the exemption granted him did not exempt him bom liability from water flowing from his claim]; that lettei* was written after the decision in Che Alabama case recently. Henry Morion, miner, deposed.-Was eighteen months connected with the General Wyndhatn lino; the p.c. were baling this morning t sow them baling; and on Wednesday last also; saw them bale three backet* on Wednesday morning, then vent below; did not know how long before or...

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[FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] BOWEN. July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

[FEOM A COBBK8FONDEHT.] BOWEN, Jul? 6. Dr. ScUsrHenborg and Uirco others started ID I a boat on Wednesday to Inspect the const, intending to return on Monday j on Monday the doctor's swag woe picked up at iJal rymple Faint, and an oar. aud boat scat on Stooc Island. The boat was sees by telescope on a rock at Point Edgecombe on Monday nflertoon, but di&ppeared at night; vhon last seen the anchor rope was over tho bow, which warrants the inference that tbe | anchor was goneani the boat might have possibly bruken from her moorings at Gloucester Island. A search party is out. and lure examined the coast and other islands, but bare not visited Gloucester Island yet. [The following private telegrams wore received yesterday from Bowcu.] BoWEJf, Ctli. G p.m. Dr. Sclmrffenbeig and party of tlirce s tiled eight days ago. The pilot boat and a shore party have been several daye in search and found the boat, 6Wags, and oars separately ashore. No bodies have been found. There is little d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MACHINES. MARY LOUISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

THE MACHINES. IflBE MlflSi. Ton*, Oleim. O*. Drt.Gr 117 GuldittgfcUr ... ... 220 O 0 No. I Bainbow going through. DEFIANCE. 296 fit. P&tfiok Block yso 0 0 Si ill going through. TExrs. j Warrior mul Old Idebtitj going through*1 BKTBBP&IKB. 1 Queen Jfo 4going through. | KEYE& DESrAlB, ! United Englishmen going through. '

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Charters Towers Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

Charters Towers Committee A ukbteho of tbe Charters Towers Committee was held oh Wednesday evening at the Hotel d' Italia! Owing to the inelemenoy of the weather the attendance was pot large. Present -Messrs. Buthetford (in .*he chair), Boss, Hartley, "Mills, -O'Kane, and Jamison. The minutes of tbe previous meeting were 'read-an <2 confirmed. The secretary, Mr. Jamison, stated that he bad received, a document from, Mr. Crofton, manager of the Joint Htoekr Bank, being the proBpeatus ct a Separation League, and he Lad requested him to lay it before the Com mittee. Mr. O'EaXit thought it a rather roaud-about way for the Bowen association to proceed ; they must hare fenown there was a Charters Towers I oommiteo in ezistenee,«nd should hare addressed it directly^ - lie considered the object sought by the Bowen people premature. Mr. Jamison thought it would be useless to stir in the -matter until they saw the result of tbe present session oT Pat hern eat. They had ? been promi...

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Police Court. JULY 5TH. Before C.S, DICKEN, Esq., P.M., and J. B. Ross Esq., JP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

Police Court. JOLT 6TH. Before C.S, DIOEEV, Esq., P.M.-and J. B. Boas E«q., jp. Thomas Inch v, David Fitcpatriok : Assault. Thomas Inch, tuner, deposed : Saw defendant on Thursday, 2Dtb, at the Odd Fellows' Hal] at wo o'clock in tbe inorniug t there had been a tconcert and ball there ; he came up and said to him, "I've got you now about that ring told him be bad stolen the ring; defendant began to shape at him t told biiu to go away and be could , have the ring; he said he loBt it; never attemp ted to strike him) FiUpatrick chased blot and be vent into tbo ball again for protection t a lot of tbem got rouud bim and saia give it to btm, FitapAlrick then knookd him down and lay cm top of bim f his faoe was swelled aud be had a lump on his headj is not sure if lie was kioked whilst be waB down ; told him five or six times to go away, that he wanted to hare nothing to do with bim) FiUpatrick had twenty or thirty of bis mates with bim i bis coat was torn into ribbons; it was a dress coat...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1876. TUB Burdekiu is up! Such was our announcement on the 6th o( February last, and eince tbat date there have not been twenty continuous days when it was nut up. The direct Iosb to every resident here is expressed in the general enhan cement of the priccs of all commodities. Some two thousand tons have been deli vered on Charters Towers during the past six month?, and on a thousand of the two nearly £4 por ton, or £4000 has been paid for crossing the eBurdekin. The merchants were compelled to raise their prices, and the consumers have to pay the difference. The roads have been now re duced to pulp, and traffiio is likely to be suspended for another month, and longer if the wet weather should continue. The holders of stocks here are masters of the situation, anil no outsiders can compete with them for months. The consumers .re the nUim&ie lour*. The business people of the town have taken no united action, in fact no action at all, to tind some remedy for t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

*/t{ <IRFJ R-OFF-VI HI.WJ/. J W V:.-. II .. .> UNDPF «HIT (<3,: . PTJIRGELIIXII I:. Quit I Qua tifyA itedioal &rMtUwiur.under, ^ I'l-jt'Ha 'Qucieniiand'Medical Act, . OIJTT1' TO'J^XROLTEI) 'DAHJR TIT Ins 'RTERIDENBE .] JUNER^TI. - -II'MIIW ,1W- -.I.' >.???; <i! a»-???" .-;.,I ? :? ?? ? ;^LT:' ^K3BN1^|DDAFOILTED'DFIILY'AL;SUIIO&v«Hotel, ?: ; ] .1 «'WT>NI» 11 ...u, k. MM <iir-.?<,...? :T'> <«,<] ..nrar T»D IKJIMI ERT* UAM £ IF^ V.IR JLTFLLA -NIT-D <0 -T»* T^XLICRLO'IFT L-*\s. ?. OLILLCB ester, AND VMITARAET,! Gharten LOWERS. <->II W-- ? .?.' . > ?. -'U M ? ? '? : V - ITT" T .v - '. ? . »???'' 1 ,V'!L^ITI'6BIITIY *BDSS6^ICITPJB; COMMISSIONETT FOR AFFIDAVITS, &P., ! 3'TOWEM. '! ?VMTOHMAREA. "JEWELLER, &c. i M^KO8BLUK<ST.T;0HABTLRB8 TOWEBS. CRT»M IV !? ? ? .!»!«.. .. ? i -^L*RDE»EEKECTTTEDIIITH«CATNE8BIUID<MQ)»TQB. ST^A...

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SYDNEY. July 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 July 1876

SYDNEY. »uly6. Fresh discoveries of copper ore are reported continually from the Gareoar district,, the Geraldinc *nd Lurliue are tumiug out very rich ore. Kelly baa been arrested at B&thuret charged -with the murder of his brother-in-law during a quarrel. Tbe^ Tfeasurcr^cOnlcmplates visiting Mel bourne, Brisbane, and the border towns of j Victoria and ' Queensland, for the purpose of obtaining data for founding b Border Duties Convention, South, the drirer of a spring-cart, has been committed for trial on a charge of trunslaugbter; a child hariug been killed by the bolting of his horse. The revenue for the quarter shows an increase of £210,000. An atrocious murder is reported as having been committed at Yiiss. Tne victim, McCarthy, ftad the top ol hie skull shattered and carried away hy the charge'of a gun fired at him. July 7. Notice has been given of a want of confidence motion. The debate has been fiind tot Wednes day.

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