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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 July 1876

Official Doouments from th& Warden's Office in relation, to Mosm mi'S Homostead Se lections, &c, &c. Vl!8 following »r* ucrliii.'d cu|iie« of inent-orderei t < he «itrn ' j tlie Miiiieler (<>r Mium to *f, O'Kini', («ir HIP iiar|ui«e» .>f .i- d<'feito Aethej rcl«'ei>> muter* ..f (julilio i l«re*t tier«, tielr puUlicfetiuin will lie of ftrVioet -' ' " Warden* Offloe, " HtlloliivtiT, !4tli Nor., 1874. "GoldBell Home»t«ed Art-Application No. 2, ''O'luitui* I'ovrm i app'iunt, Hugl. M iigrni, "Charm iowrn; date of peruieiion to "oecupi. Oih Feb.. 1871 '. i'o the Miniate r for Mjnr« s ?'Sir-In forwHrJing the eneloied application from Hugh Moaman for goldBeldi kelertion No t; Ohartere 'I'uwen, together with eorveyor'e pl/>» ?ml field bjolc, I liave I lie liouor in inform you *h»t tlie proper noilwa of .piillostlon for the atlertion wetep«tcd on t'ie ground M ruquirM by the Act, the ^rouni hu bera properly marked and no ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 July 1876

Lensc Na iYor ^e)iv«»»'(j' to Mr Mofl nan. w;lm»e mVipt pW»i9<*0h1ttiirkh.1 forW-iM 4" tliis utfih1. l.rttvV tutyft'ior of Mince. -. ?,T<yili«5"VVHt'dw», Mrilrluitifr." .. W»inlon*« OflW, , r'.? .* MiUc'««<*,<l«t April, IS7fi. . " Sir.- I llnVC-Jho M> JV'Uruhur.wHi apjriit*l]!«n fir J N «* 13 r*«l IV, w;iW .Mn ( 8'*)>l l> ok< *»nl I'lquwt Uihi xou'^iii u»«*a hi (rc<4i<.»u«r y, k^jrinK ll<. b"U on the 5»iio of MoerintitiV "Cf i*#; n»4t- wm 'on thni iii«rtt'r*tdud» ii.e Haw* ant^'Chirk pomMim to occupy, find no1 nfryoii him 8iir«vvi»<l tiiem.' ,.. J,^av.r tne honor to }»©, sir, .j<nir 4>h«-(llc<ii . MJrajut/' .. . .. V . .. . « > . , V W. S..K. M. Cn*frpBB£, .Warden. " S. Xinrdiog, £»q" Mining (Surveyor! . MilU-binter.'' ' , ' Bmhstcb oi Application to Lease Cboiyu Lands CMPSB THE Q01sHja.De HOMESTEAD ACT or XS70, 34 Yicrowi No 15. FKOCLAIBED GOLDPIEL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 July 1876

TOWERS JOCKEY OLOB ANNUALRACES TO COME OFF ON THURSDAY & FRIDAY august IOTH ud UTH. 1876. "Sttttarii:. .-"??? J. S. CARTER, Esa. 1 G. £. CLARKE, E«J. E. CEAVKN, Esq. ri. R.jiumjs»spW) I Treasurers W. 0. BFLL, ESQ. Judge: ' Ctirfc^ r*s£Vntr«e; ' ' MfcGBO.AtlPKEY. ' Starter: ,It!fti ^ v j « HllST 3)AY. ..? .:./ v r^sxipAcs;, .., l4 . .< To start at lOli. 80m. MAlDtN PLATE of 60«o?i,*WMisweep of 2 sors lo go to2ud hone ; for nil Itorect> tliut hare neiT Vfnn^ati advertised prise exceeding £15 kt timt of entrance; penalty lui winning tliereoflyr. Jjnc«-61b4., twice. or.,tnoic 7ibi.e one anfiHi-Minir miles) -weiglit lor age. Entrances received from date. /' J " tEUOKDlttiCB.. To .tori at lib. 16m. The MINERS PU&SE of 20 eo»6" witli sweep 3l 1 tot to seeoua.burse i tor pll borsejtone Jiie tlle -pro.-eriy, for three-tnonthi fKor lo eniruni'e. of miners resijjrnt on the Olinrier* Towers and Karen.wood gold-Bddt fur a like period of time j one mile; weigtit fora...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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[FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIO AGENT.] BRISBANE. July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

[won 008 BRISBANE TEtlOEiPHIO AOINT.] BRISBANE. July 17. OK Saturday, was experienced tbe hoariest ' easterly gale known for years. The ?' Zephyr/' sahooner, bound from Gladstone to Newcastle, | lost three of hor anchors in the bay j the matter I preferred to make for the bar, and the vessej | narrowly eicoped foundering. The "City of [ Brisbane" was compelled to keep to sea, with 1 thirty-si* horses on boardt tne sea was too rough : for her to enter, and the tenders were unable to ' go alongside tbo " Brisbane" ; her departure is postponed to noon to-day. Tbe lightning struck the uew store in Queen-st. l'lio flood at Dulby, the hoariest known for < twenty year* ; boats were obliged to be sect to 1 relieve some of the inhabitants. Floods have also occurred at Wlarwiok, Too woombi and Ipswich, ajJ hare done much dam* ( age; tbe weather is now fine and settled. ] The, Gazette contains tbe appointments of Fits clerk and Gore assistant-clerk of the Council* and Lukin Uadflr-s...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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The Machines. NEVER DESPAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

The Machines. fSEVKR DESPAIR.' Tom; Claim. 743 United Englishmen 2 1 sUthper... . - DEFEXVCB. 316 8t. Patrick blook etill going through. OE. dirt gr, 1028 7 0 1 17 0 810 0 0

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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

Hospital Mooting A meeting of tbe Hospital Committee was held on Thursday evening at the Club Hotel. Present-Mews- 'Oh&rten (chairman) Lissner, Dicken, Graham, Murphy. Oulbnne, Malcolm, M'Nftmee and Tierney. The minutes of tbe annual meeting were read and confirmed. A letter ni rend (ram Mr. Tliornus Kelly tendering hit resignation tts a member of the committee. On tbe motion of Mr. Liksntr seconded by Mr. Orabam tbe reiignation wai aooepted. Mr. Graham moved and Mr. Uunrr seconded that Mr. Biehard Craven be appointed member of tbe Committee. Mr. Tierney moved «? nn Amendment and Mr. M'Naraoe seoondud that Eov. D. Fouby be appointed. The amendment vita lost and. the motion was carried. On the motion of Mr. Murphy seconded by Mr. Graham Messn.' Kent and St. Oloir were appoiuled auditors for the current year. On the motion of Mr. Liuner seopnded by Mr M'Namee Mr. John O'Flynn was appoluled secretary. Tlu tenders for suppliei to the Hoipitat wore then opened by the Chairman. Th...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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I GOT A VERDICT, AND WHAT I GAINED BY IT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

/ GOT A VERDICT, JlTTD WBAT I QAWED BY IT. TO ?n& EDlTOfi. ft*,-I t»rite, the following, Mr. Editor, tost through jour valuable medium the public in general, and my' fallow digger* in particular, may know the fate that ..will oportake anyone that enter* thearena of litlfffttiou, It is not of the slightest couiDljucnOd whether a grievance is strong or weak, or .whether (he mighty arm of law comtofl'tdowh with the weight o? a quartc cruihcr Itjto^tLo ^cale of justice in one's favor, or whettlor vIritorjr tutai pgalnat yoa-whatever the retult, paj for It you mutt, jiiid that dearly too. A' WortlJlwe Mo I brought an.notion against * lifclglib^ririg claim for damage;, and in an unguartW jpPWMt I weak enough, to put my eafiMtHg'ille JjaniU 6f a lawyer. Tho day Br trial Viis, TlMd. and in due time I,. my mate, and t»;p .witnesses stood up.fp the Oourt-hbiii'o'. Mieflouhael tor'defendants' atkwl for an adlimrnmont, whloli Wis hmdjly granted by the Warden alld aiieMorn,'and another d...

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Presentation to Mr. W. M. Mowbray. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

Presentation to' Mr W. BT.. Mowbray. A Mbetihq WAS held on Monday righl at Hergreatei' hotel, to bid farewell to Mr Mowbray on the ere of his departure lo the HodgVinron, Tbe gathering was truly representative or the field- and proved that tbe estimation in which Mr. Mowbray was held was shared bv all classes. Mr. John Deaoe presided on the occasion, and Mr. Mills occupied the vice-chair, fhere iras arv abundant supply of Piper and O. K liquors and the usual light accompaniments. Glasses were charged, and the chairman said titer hid met that evening to say good tye U» Mr. Mowbray. He was very happy to preside at tbai. meeting, and lie felt there was bat one feeling among all present, that o more worthy friend or one more respected on the field thry never had. (Ap» plause.) lie bad been called upon to present Mr Mowbray with a small token of the esteem in which he wa# universally held here-a jm**® of sovereigns ; it was not touch, but it was given as a tokftu o{ respect for the servi...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

TO COMB OFF ON THURSDAY & FRIDAY AtJQTJST \oTHand UTH. 1876. Situiardt J. B. CAPTER, ESQ. G. & CLARKE, ESQ. B. OBAVBN, Esq. VV. T, TOLL, E.Q. H. H. UUTHEBFORD H. K BOtTLTON, Esq. ~ Esd. OWEN, O'NEIL, ESQ. TrearuYer: W. 0. EsQ. Judge: J. DEANS, ESQ. Clerk of T he Course : Us. Get). AUBREY. Starter: MB- Vf, J. GHAHAM. FHIST DAY. F1EST UACE, To start at 10k. 30m. WA1DEN PLATE of SOsovs, with streep of 2 sovs to gp ptpnd horse; forall horses tlial have never qron an advertised prise exceeding £16kttim( of entrance; penalty foi winning thereafter, once 61b>., I nice or marc 7lbs.s one and. a half miles i weight tor age. Entrances reeeivod from date. SECOND RACE, To start at lib. 15m. Ths MINERS PtJKSJ? of 20 sovs., with sweep of 14or to second horse; for ail iioraes bona fide tho proterty, for three inoatfia prior to entrance, of tnhicrs resident oil the CluMtrt Sonera and Kavenswodd gold-fields for a like period of time t one mile; weight for age. . TUIBD EACE, To sta...

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Police Court, Millchester. July 18. Before C. S. Diaken Esq. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

Polioe Court, Millohester. July 18. Before C. 8. Diikan Sun. P M Polioe T. W. A. How, broaoh of publican'. Act, adjourned to 17th. F n 1 Polioe v. Thomas 8tannard, allowing a prreon of notoriously bad character to remain la hit house. Defendant pleaded " not guilty." Mr. Boirkor appeared fo" defendant. Conslable O'Dea deposed: Enow* a person named Johannai on tlie 10th »he was retidinn at defendants house j the had boon thereabout a fortnight i ?be bears a very bad character t ere ib a notoriously bad character; defendant hai been coutioned agaimt allowing Iter to" remain on liii promises more than onoei can tioned him on the Joth, and askel bim if lie iraa going to keep that woman in hii plaoa : ho said "yes, she was a servant. Sergeant Matlien depoie.l-Saw defeniaot on the 8rd, and read the tool ion of tlio Act bearing on this cnae; Miss Johanna llioket wis ordered off the premises of *»?! vVoltor i ndl^ - Thom&a fitarmard "deposed.-Ktiew - the girl ' 'about *.hrea weeHft ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

The following Northern races have come off - Mftckay Races.-First Day.-Maiden Plate Kingsford, walk over. PionCvf Handicap Hero 1, Vanguard 2, Spot (dist.)- Helling Race -Lottery 2 1l,'Weit.iwhilo,l 2: Lottery won the second heat after a good race with Wait awhile, who was drawn for the third boat, and Lottery walked over for it. Flying Handicap Handicap-Kingsford 1» Lord of- the Hill# (dist.), Hurry skuny-Stick in the Mud I, Gipsy Girl $. Second Day"-Hack Hurdle Bace-Tartar 1. District Pjatfl-Spot 1, Her mit 2. Ladies* Purse-Spot 1, Ariel 2. Mac bay Turf Club Handiunp-.uro 1, Vanguard 2, Lord of the Hills (dut,). Forced Handuap Spot 1, Kingsford 2. Hurry Kkurry-Gipsy Girl 1. Bowen Races.-These races came off on Thursday with the following resultMaiden Plate-Gentle Annie, 1; Bluegowh, 2: Winder mere, 3 <funo distanced, Member's Cup; Quart pot, 11 Riobmond 2 ; Jenny Lind, 8.-Handi cap : -Richmond, 11 Rob Roy, 2«Jenny Lind 8, Baron 4; Vanguard distanced.-Hurdle Race; Stumpy...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. Sib,-I beg of youa small space of your valuable paper to defend myself Bgauist a foul end unde serving charge. In the Advocate of the 8th inst. b letter appeared from tbeirown fiaventwood correspondent, which letter contained, ae usual, a quantity of scandal sua untruths well worthy the writer. it be tried to injure me bjr his unmitigated lies, I feel duty bound to defend myself This would-be gentleman, who is always pushing himself before the public to gain noto riety as a letter-writer, wished the public to understand, by Ma letter of the ith instant, ibal I wilfuiiyleft firs ounces of (old in the crucible with the intention of tabbing the otnen thereof. Hhould I Jet it paw nonoticed, the public may believe there is some truth in it; I aball, there fore, endeavor to clear myself of tbe charge, by an explanation,-although it it very annoying that a person hat to defend himielf through the medium of a newspaper against every eoandel monger and upstart ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

NOTICE TO COBRESFONDBNTS, JAMIS PALUEB ia our next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

Dr. H. c PURCELL, PHYSIOIAM, SURGEON k ACCOUCHEUR, Jhly Qualified Medical Practitioner ttndtr the Queensland Ucdical Act, Can be Conboltbd DAILY at hie Residetioe Oburch'Hitl, oppogite Maeonic Hall, Miner-fit. H. J. W. BOWKER Sttonteij, Solicitor, roctor, <Eon= fcejrancei, &c.. Can l>e coMulted daily at Hialum'e Hotel, lOIXCHBSTKB. J. s. Garter SOLICITOR Millchwtcr, and Main-street, Charters Towers. J. B. Cowan, 'ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR, C0HMI8SI0NEU FOB AFFIDAVITS, &o., COifiXBBB lOWBBS. R. Binder, WA.tOHMA.KBB, JEWELLER, &c. Mobsmah-bt., Chabtkbs Towebs. All ordera executed with neatness and dispatch. Small parcels of all kinds of GOLD BODODT. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STORK KEEP EE, CHARTERS TOWERS. I. ALAND, AueTHSHIBEft* C®S9BSI08BO®H asbbt MINES BTBEBT, Offiee: Ticmej'e Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TGWEIiS. William Jackson, A TJCtlOlUEER, General Commission Agent, MOS8MAN STREET. W. 3. TOLL & CO., JBRATteD WATER & COEDIA.L Man...

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Telegraphic News. TOWNSVILLE RACES. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

Telegraphic News. TOWNSVILLE BACKS. (FROM A COBUESPONDENT.) July 18. There wai * good attendance tu-daj, end the weather was fine. MAIDBN VLLTB, WON by Drummer in a canter Drummer ... ... 1 Rupert 2 tiELLlKa Stakes.-Cheviot 1 PtTBLIOANS' fCBSE. Lord George 1 Wanderer 2 Hack BACK. Doctor ... 1 Fly 3 LAPIES' PCJUE. Lord George 1 Little John 2

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 July 1876

WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1876. THE Official documents published in our last issue referring to - Homesteads throw some light" on' the system of reporting adopted in. tba Warden's Offioe, aod bear out the opinion we liave repeatedly ex pressed in favor of ail applications, whether for auriferous leases or for; homesteads under thEfioldfields Homestead Act, being made in open eourt. There is no reason why the sau&:pnMioity should not be given to 'BpplitatiooB for. homesteadi as is now required for applications for auriferous leases. U&der the present system a person «nay apply for any number of homesteads, and the public would know nothing of the fact until it was too late to object. The name publicity which is required by the Publicans' Act for the granting of licenses .bould be extended to all applioBtions for land on goldfields. That would be some check On false reports on the part of Wardens, and prevent the occupation of the Crown lapels by " dummies." .. The Borne .te...

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Horthern Hliner. SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 July 1876

SAIPEDAY, JULY ?2, 1876. Tqb Want of Confidence motion has been lost, and tt^e Opposition have been defeated "bya majority of three, The Opposition AUn>ber$ W>)e pinions foreign elements " in Us ranks. Mr. Macbosban, not withstanding lije decoration 'hat the squatting monster 1b dead and buried, must have feltlike'the traveller that " fell *|tttioi)£ thieves," We pongratulate him -on ;his companionship wiih DE SATGE, IVOBT, and the pure merinos j he will go (n peyt far K»nakns and a tax on gold. Wfeat fellowship oan exist between the representative of a liberal constituency like *bis and the representatives of mere sheep and bollocks f The alliance is un natural and cannot last. There is a liberal Government in power, with the traditions of its purty and its principles to :r#st. upon, what is there against it-a crowd of hungry office seekers, who have betrayed their party aid their cause to gratify their own lust for power. What .aoes . the Opposition offer the country ? Inste...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 July 1876

Dr. H. C PTJRCELL, ^ EHYSIOIAK. 6DRQE0N k ACCOUCHEUR, . Puly ,tyual\fitd Medical Practitioner under I: ?. , 4hc Queensland Medical Act, * Con -be OoKstrtrsD DAILY at his Residence * Church Hilit opposite Masonic Hall, Miner-fit. H. J. W. BOWKER 'Sttomeg, Solicitor, roctor, dBotu bfganm, &c., Can be consulted daily at Hishon'a Hotel, ' M1LLC0E8TEK. Cj7. , ,J. ,£. Carter. 0 i i 0 l'i Hfllcbuter, end Main-street, Charters Tovrtre. J. R. C6wan, >. . ATTORNEY akd SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONED foe AFFIDAVITS, &c" Cbaetbbi Toitebs. E. Binder, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &a. '. j Mobsiiak-st., CHARTERS TOWEEB. All offlem executed ivith neatness anddispatoh. Email ol all kinds of GOLD BOUGHT. ON WAR JANG, /GENERAL STOREKEEPER, OHAETEES TOWERS. I. ALAND, «sievi©Ksen* emmeaim ASEnr ' IOKEB 8TBEET, Office: Tierney'6 Hining Eichonge Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. - William Jaokeon, A U ? r , J O N E E M, General Commission Agent, MOS8MAN STREET. W. J. TOLL & CO., ?SKATED WATER &a...

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[FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. July 18, 10.40 pm. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 July 1876

[FBOM OUE BRISBANE TELE0BAP9IC AGENT.] BRISBANE. July 16, 10-40 paj. IN the Assembly, in the course of bis speech Busacott suggested thai provision should have been made for the services of MacaliBter with a scat in the Council lustoad of appointing him Agent-General. Tyrrell followed, and moved, as an amend* neat on the treat cf coufidencc motion, that in the opinion of the House the publie business demanded immediate consideration of the Assem bly, aud that it was expedient to proceed u-ith the publio basin ess without further delay. He would support the Government. Morgan 6aid he would support the Gove mpnt. Fryer spoke for an hour and a-hulf, and gave at the end of hit speech no information which way he intended voting, He expressed con siderable distrust of tbo present Ministry, as a body. Maerossan spoke severely against tlie Attorney General, and characterised the appointments of Mftcaluter and Mein as disgraceful jobbery, also Hodgkiuaoa's exjiedition as another job. He slid...

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Telegraphic News. TOWNSVILLE RACES.—SECOND DAY. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) July 19. MEMBERS' CUP, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 July 1876

Telegraphic News. TOWNSVILLE RACES.-SECOND D4T. (FltOlf A C0BBEI70KSKNT.) July 19. Hbubebs' CUP, Quart Pot 1 DOUJUAO R. ... 2 HANDICAP HCBDLE JUPE. Windermere 1 BAY Squatter 2 TOWNSRRRXE TDEF CLUD HANDICAP. Vanguard ... .F> I WAUDERER 2 0«C*R "... ... 3 CONSOLATION BTAKBS. Oftear DON JUAN ... IT" 2 FORCED HANDICAP. /, Lord George I Oscar 2

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