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Warden's Court, July 19. Before Mr. WARDEN CHAETERS, and Messrs. FOLEY and MAYNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 July 1876

Warden's Court, Jut; IB. Before Mr. WAEDBS ontttTEBS, and 5tc6sre. FOLEY and MAYNF. David BoUflon, attestor, ivafi fined £3 for iiirt appearing. llamann and oilier* v. Thomas Stannnrd, un* lawful detection of pump, vyee and windlass, on the Perfect Cure extended claim, of which de< fendant was a joint partner with plaintiffs value, £32 10s. Mr. Cowan appeared for plaintiffs, Mr. Bovrkor for dofondant, frJf* pleaded not guilty, that de* feodant was tbe lawful otrnor of the toole and it on dfiinei, Mr. Cowan staled the cate for plaintiffs. It wbi a partnership cfitpu'c. There had been an agreement by «r1iloli defendant had bought tbe materials for tbo pump, tf it prorod a failure and could not drain (lie claim, then defendant was allowed to take the pump away j if proved a success, then Mjo pump became the property ol' tbe Company. He would prore that it did drain tbe clfiitu. Jvouifi jlemann, one of tbe plaintiffs, deposed r Is a shareholder in the Perfect Cure Extended, a...

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Police Court, Millchester July 19. Before C. S. Disken Esq. F.M. SHOOTING A [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 July 1876

Police Court, Millcliester July 19. Before O. S. Dieken Esq. F.M. Sbootjko i. Hons];. Thomas Lincoln charged with shooting a horse the property of Thomas Nieolls. Tbo evidence of Constable <>Dea token (he day before at Charters Tower* before IIugh Mopman Ksq. J, 1'., wm rend to the effect thut he had urreBU-d prisoner on the charge. Mi'. Cowan appeiircd for the prosecution. Mr. Carter for defendant, TJiomuB W Nirolls deposed: Resided at the 1 head of Sandy Creek} knew the prisoner; I missed a \iorte \>n Saturday night week the 8th July j a draught h«i.*se branded NO K near I hip bi.lf circle over diamond noar shoulder, it 1 was a Imy gelding j on the Sunday morning the horse did not come tip ae usual { sent out a man in hi* employment John, to look for him and lie could not he found: went wiih him after and could not find him; picked up his tracks near prisoner's plaoe and loading into his yard, about 20 yards from hisj stockyard ; there were the irftfkfc of anotbor...

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

WANTED , ii Nunc Girl. Appiy to Mri. IIAXBFOrd, Wauderiug Digger Hotel, Winchester, immediately. Sir H H- a M Co- No Liability. TENDEBS for (inking the underlie shaft » further depth fifty (60) feet will be to ct'ircd by the underaigBeri up till 6 p.m. on Wuunesuit EVENING Next, 'Jul; 26th. Speci fication! may be «eeu at tuo Mine, or at tha Company's office. . . W. A,. Ackcbb, e'ec. To be Let on Tribute TWO Portions of the Duke,of Wellington p.fc> full particulars may be obtained from th» Mnnagor on the claim. Tenders be sent in on or before WED NESDAY, the 26Ut instant at noon, to the Aus tralian Joint Stock Bank, Charters ioweie. C. J. CROUTON, Vansgcr. Northern Miner Defence Fund^ mHE Committee of the SORTHEB.NMINER \ DEFENCE are requested to meet at the "Dan O'OonueU" Hotel on MONDAY" ereuing, the 25tU inst,, at 8 o'clock sharp. UOBEBT Kubsell, sec. GRAND BAZAAR IK AID 01' TUB* CHURCH OF ENGLAND BUILDING FUND Will take place in the ODD FELLOW6' If ALL, Charters Tower*. on Thu...

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

Notice. rTOfli not be responsible for any DibtB con trusted by my wife Bose MILTON. WILLIAM: MILTON. Tie 'Queensland National Bank Limited 1 BRANCH of this Bank is NOW OPEN A at MAYTOWN, (gomdtimee called S&hrardstowzOi on tbe PALMER RIVER ufld Field, for the ttanaaotion of ell usual tanking bosineu. E. E. DRtT&Y. General Manager. Head Office, Brisbaae, Hth May, 1876. * 3$ptice of Application ' ATCUdE iilunby given tbat we, tbe under-! JLl signed, 'mTe ,r""*e applies lion, this day, for . * lepse . under .tbe Gold Fields Regulations of gipro.d aitnate on the south-cut boundary ot the Martin Lvoni |>.c-, Charters Towere gold' fleldand the J?o. 1 north-east Martin Lyoru, and I portion of ground between the eouth-east boun dary oT tbe Martin Lyons p.c., containing about four acn?s, more or less, commencing at tbe couth-east corner of the No. 1 north-east Marti u Iflroni, thenot 8.K. 600 feet, tbeooe 440 feet south West, thonce B60 feet north-west, tbonoe 440 feet nor...

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

TOWERS JOCKEY OICB APUALRAGES TO COME OFF ON & FRIDAY ' ACQOSr. 10TH and X1TH. * 1876. , $tev>ardt: J. 8. CAT*TER,E6Q, G, E. CLARKE, Esq. E CRAVEN, EfQ. ' W. T, TOLL. K*Q. if. R, UOTHERFOltD H. B. ROULTON, , £«q. I EsQ. OWEN O'NEIL, EbQ. -. Treanrer: W. a BFLL, ESQ. -K\lu$gci ^ -? . J. BKAN^; Seq. 'Cfer&.iif th* jCo^rte: MB. GEO. AtJJUiKY. Starter: lift. W* J. GBAHAMv FIRST DAY. FIRST RACE. To^twtjotXOb. 30m. HA1DKK PLATE of 60 son, with cvreop of2sors to go to2ud:horaef for all hor#cs tlmt hare _ .JlfiFT. won nti advertised prize exceeding £15«t tim< of entrance; penalty foi Binning thereafter, once 61be., twice or more 71bs.s , one and a balf miles; weight lor age.; Entrances revived from date. SECOND RACE, - T«.*tartat lib. 16m. Site EflNERS PtXKKE of SO sore., with eweep 5f L so? to ecrond horse; for nil horses bona JtiU the property, lor ihree months prior JLp emraurc, of miners resident on the ^^laraftlljowerSftnd Rarebswood gold*fields for a like...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

Towers Jockey Club Handicap Sweep. FIFTY MEMBERS AT 20a. BACH. fpfllRIT POUNDS, first horse; Seven Pounds, *' J Three Pounds Ten Shillings, thirds ana Fire rounds amongst starters. TO BE DRAVFN AT H. WEBB'S V&KIElT CIGAR DIVAN, OK satchcav EVENING NEXT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

Dr. H. C. PURCELL, PHYSICIAN, 6TJEGE0N If ACCOCOHEUE, ?IMg QualifitA ifedieal Practitioner under ?V .<*« QfiumtlaAd Medical Ami, ? '*£fn he Oostowbd DULT at his Besidenoe Vburch filU, opposite Ufttoflic Hall, Miner-fit. . . Dr. Little. T ATE Sftnfer fieiudihg Surgeon, Melbourne Hm JU "pittif ®od Buigeon Maryborough Ho»pit»l« QueemUndt Beiideace, next the Muonii* HkU* . pODBuluUoQ Hours \' ? © to lO Morning. 6 to fi firming, H. J. W. BOWKER fitcoctteg, SoUcitot, toctor, <?otv fiegnncei, Can be (xuuultoi dtdl/ itHukon'a Hotel, : U1LWBEBTB&. J. 8- Porter- '"4 BOL|OrTOE ?^7^ ' t . , ' ^ffttch'Mter, *od ttaifa-itteet, tarter* VCowett, J. R-Cowan, ATTORNEY Us SOLICITOR, OOUmSSIOSfCU COB AFFIDAVITS, &0., Ohammb TOWSKS. , E. Binder, WATOHMAKEH, JEWKLLER, &c. UomiAK-n., CHABTIM Towns. AD ordea executed with aeatneraand diipatob. 6 malt parcel, of all fcinda of Gold Botroar. ON WAfl JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHABTEBU TOWEEB. L ALAND, CUCTieNKER* ...

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGET.] BRISBANE. July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

Telegraphic News. [FBOM ODE IBIBOANE TELEGRAPHIC 40ET.] BRISBANE. July 22. THE esUqia'es for Ihfl presci.t year propose an expenditure oil Consolidated Revenue account of £1,390,000, including lor interest £00,030 less the Estimates in Chief. Tney include £14,000 for roads and bridges in the Northern JJirision. The Losn Estimate is one million, and includes one hundred thousand pounds (£100,000) for the construction of a railway from Town&ville to Charier* Towers, £5003 fqr a Light House at Low Islands, £1800 for shifting tbo Light House at Cape Bowling Green, £6000 for a bridge over Ross Creek, £$0,000 for roads in the Northern Division, £7000 for ft Poet and Tele* graph offices, Gaul and Customs quarters in Towttsville, anil 10.000 &a a loan to the Muni cipality of Townsvilje. EUEOPBAN NEWS. £atcst Suez intelligence announce* that English complications with Turkey are increasing. The Ministers of the Porte were assembled on tbe 16th June in consultatiou with the ne...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

wtfewi |®mr WEDNESDAY,' JULY 86, 187G. ThB THORN Ministry have introduced seven important measures and liavn initia'fed a works policy up to the re quirements of the oniony. The debate oti the Want of Cunfidenco motion consisted corners pern nal atucks on the members of 'the present and fate ministry, acd no ?olid arguments were advanced to prove the necessity of transferring the Govern ment of the colony lo the hands of tl.e Opposition. There is an. " unholy com t&ua'ioa" between disappointed Cross bench men and the merino <, and each anticipated outwitting ihe other. If Mr. M'lbwailTtt's motion were carried the Oroasrbeneh ladder would be kicked away wtd the Cross-bench recruits would be loft in the lurch The rank and file behind Mr. Paihkr could never be. ex pected to serve under Mr. Kitro. With an advanoed Works progt&mme forming the back1 one of the Ministerial policy, and including the immediate construction of several railways on (he principle of ih...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

AMNUAtRACES - "SO QDHE OPE b» THURSDAY & FRIDAY ATODSr 10TH sod UTI1. 1876. SfinearSii i- ®-CAPTEE Ebq. a, E. CLARKE, Est .. B GRAVEN, E«j. W, T, TOLL, Eta. ' H. ft. RUTHERFORD H. B. BOOLTON, Esq. ESQ. OWEN O'NEIL, Esg. Trvaturtr: W. C.BFLL, ESQ. judge : J.DEASE, Eeij. *#. OCmee: UB. OEO. AUBREY. Starter: Mb. w. J. GRAHAM, j FIRST DAY. flEBX RACE, 4b start at 10b, 30m. MAIDEN PLATE of 60son, with sweep of2eov« ? te£0 toSnd bone; {or nil hones that have ?.W won m sdythjicd prize fueediiig £16 tit timi of entrance.! penalty for winning thereafter, once Bibs., twice or more 7lbi.i ope and a half miles; weight lot ore, Eutrmcce received from date. CECOND RACBj, To (tort at lib. 16m. MIWE88 PURSE of 20 aovs., with sweep of 1 «or to second bone i for all ttorsea fans jWe the property, for three montha prior to eDtrunt), of miners resident on the Gbuten Towert and iercMwood -sold- fields for alike period of timet one mile: weight forage. * THIRD BACK, To start at 18b..' VICXCHESTKB...

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MELBOURNE. July 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

MELBOURNE. Jul; 22. I Caaey tnovea in the iuembly to repeal the Payment of Members Act* Lowell tlie Bank teller hut been sentenced to five months impriioumerrt with hard labor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

WANTED, Tenders for supplying 2,000 feet of Props and 600 Saplings to the United EngUshmen, 8t. Patrick fine j <peniBeation> to be men at the Minr. Tenders to be eent in not later than 8 o'olock p.ra. on SiTDBDAV, 291" initttnt, «t the Dan O'Ooimell Hotel. Nfbsous MAYKE, Manager. LEON'S B O Y A X. VICTORIA CIRCUS. OEAlJO COMBINATION OF TALENT. Will appear oi CHARTERS TOWERS. On SATURDAY, 29TH INSTANT. Dick Turpin's Bido to York! The Death of Black Bess ! of XblrtfOre trained Hones) S B IO B S: Prets Cirole, 6B.; Front Mali, 4e.j Fit, 8a Doori opco at balf-post 7 5 the Performance to commence at 8 o'clock. Notice. J' HEREBY caution ahyone from giving Credit . to my mite,. Siiiih MAbu HtraHBB, the .ring left tier homo. - JOHN DTKB HUGHES. Ndtice JEUUY AH OHIN His FOUND his Obeitnut Mare, 2MB'faear ihoulder, star on forehofcd. Caution to the Public. THE deplorable effects whioh have followed the nee of vile compounds, sold under the name of "Sobnappe," ahoald prove a caut...

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LONDON. June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

LOUDON. June 80. An outbreak or war between Turkey and Serria is imminent. Mr.fAckers will liold a sale of dmyUl horssi to-iday, M 2 o'clock. Thomas Lincoln appeared on Monday in the police court on bail charged with killing a liorae. Cht witnesses for the proaecu'ion uot being pretent the case was wtyouroeA until this morn ing. Constables Little, Walsh and Finncane wero appointed to collect the Fames for the i electoral roil In this district. The Korthtrn Advocate crows in a small way on having; its tender for hospital printing ao cep ed. We think it neeesisiy to explain to the Visiting Committee how it was managed. Though the meeting was held on Thursday night aod the secretary wu then instructed to ask the local papers for tender?, no notice was sent to this ofBoe until Monday afternoon the tenders being requested to be sent in at noon the following day, The Fort hem Advocate had the whole of Mie matter in type and could afford to take the job at its price. The cost of setting up...

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Church of England Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

Church of England Meeting- I A Numerously attended meeting of members of tbe Church of Bogland wo® held on Monday evening in St. Paul's Church lor the purpose of presenting an address to the Right Rev. Dr. Barker, Bishop of Sydney, atid to consider the best steps to be taken to carry out the proposal to form & new biebopiick for Northern Queens land. The proceedings were opened witn a hymn and prayer and Mr. O. S. Dickon, Police Magistrate, read tbe following address To the Bight Reverend the Lord Bishop of Syduey and Metropolitan.-May it please your Lordship,-We, the incumbent and the general committee of the Church of England on this gold-field on behalf of ourselves and Iboresideat metnbersof the oburch in this and tbe surrounding district, beg to express our heartf ul pleasure in having this opportunity of welcoming your Lord ship to this distant portion oi your diocese. We hope that your visit will be beneficial to the interests of our Church, &nd that everywher...

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Warden's Court, JVLY 21. BEFORE Mr. Warden CHARATERS and Messrs. FOLEY and MAYNE, Assessors. Hamann v. Stannard: Part heard. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

Warden's Court, JVLY 21. BefobS Mr. Warden OHUTSU and Measra. FOLEY and MAyne, Ajsesaon. Efntnann v, Btannard: Part beard. Thomw Stannard deposed.-Was a sharv bolder in the Perfect Cure; Grant and Harae in November last, entered into * written agree ment (produced) with. bimj he was by it to advance £30 for a pump i did ao i it coat 4»im nearly *50 or £60 i the pump «M a dead failure j is i»Bitive that; the claim it now abandoned ; it was not abandoned became thee# was no more atone in the claim, there is atone showing in the olaim at the prseeot time $ there is a good face of atone going down i they eonld not keep the water out with the pump, and the claim was abandoned on that accounts think* the ground worth working with proper' pliancea i believes it is taken up agaiif us a lease; paia every shilling himself forthe^pumpj the vjoe ia his. gave 6B. for it t the others never contributed to ila purchaao; the windlaas ia hie alios gave 16s. for it in November Ustj they did not contri...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 July 1876

Correspondence. TO THE EDITOB. Sift, - Allow me, through your valuable journal, to make a few; remarks on the leading article in the Northern Advocate of last Saturday, that article condemns the Warden's Co irt here 00 a farce, ranking mention in particular of tho case Bannatyiie and others v. Mosman, It eaya it is evident Mosman is a very unpopular man. The writer perhaps heard Uosraan's attorney 6ay at much in a recent coso hero, I suppose merely to gain sympathy from (be Bench, and he ban taken it for granted that each must bo tho ease. It also says there is a dccided preja lice against him, ao muob %bat bis attorney is beginning to see it is no use bringing on a case in which Vostnan is ooncerned now. I say it is a lucky thought, for abont one half the Wardens time hw been taken tip by Mosman, and the case referred to is (be only one I think in whloh he did not get A verdirt. There is not a word in that article about the informality of the notices or tbe unlawful way in which it...

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Mining News. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 July 1876

Mining News. WEDNESDAY, JULY J9. AlTOOETHEB, my round this week was a very satisfactory one, as (ometbiug fresh lind taken place on all tbe undermentioned Hues since last report. Of the few notes taken, I append the following : THE REEFS. OBAKD SECRET. Prospecting claim, Alles abd party.-Since last viai» indifferent progress has taken pl$ce, owing lo the hsrdneas of the ground, but thu sbaro holders have strong hope .of getting goad stone going east, towards the boundary of No. 1 cast. The downright of the main slinft is 60ft, from v|i%re An underlay of 100 has been sijnk, at considerable expense, and a drive frcm that 80ft cast, the reef at the fyce beiug from 9io to -1ft in width, looking better the nearer they go towards No I. They are also working a shallower shaft, (80ft), between the main one and the No 1, fol ; lowing the r^eef, whioh it rather thin as yet, but | showing very good gold. Tho raising of stone is I taking place from both shafts, a few tons being up. A splendid m...

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The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 July 1876

The Maohineq. VENP*. Tom- Claim. or. dirt gr. ft Grant) Secret No. IW. ... 28 17 0 80 Wellington No. 1E. ... 43 g p I <jS Wvndbotn No, 1S. ... 8.1 6 0 0 John Bright p.e. 17 3 0 tl Union Jack 11 li q 38 C»uld».#nd p»rty ... so 1» 0 Jl (Sundries 16 4 Q Quern NOB. 1 and 2 N. and Quren No. 2 .ouf.li going through. iiahV LoufBA. 1 68 Fenbody No. 2 80 0 p 86 lion} Nflton p.o 1Q4 0 0 ?\VjrndliBm p.o. and North AurtinVwn p.p. , going through. j Ksrsil DHFltB. J Columbia p.c. going through j ektibtbub. J Qneen No. 4 going through.

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What a Land Tax can Effect. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 July 1876

What a Land fak'caii Effect. \ OBBAT (lumber of oiir renders, rioli anil l«i>r alike, will, (aa'yVthe San Fronoisco Bulletin), we think, be surprised to ie»n» tint in the Upi'eB Slates-Io California, at all Menta-people lire beginning to propose aeetflf (axes on land as the only immediate cure for the tendoncy to an cumulate Urge tracts <>f freehold land, We find tho fallowing article cxtr.ioted with aupnrel, and ? republished in a Cin cinniti p*p.BT, rfi6eited.hy. tlio last mail : "The Kertt Ctouut'y Qozetle firing* «« t ho cheerful intelligence that..Messrs Fowler, Olarkt Oox, (ins, npd Miller nro fencing in 160,000 acres nf tho rich alluvial lands of the Tulare VatleV, to bo devoted to t»e purpose of a cuttle past' re.' Tin's U really a dneal eitate, andlias ahout it the nunliagvnl and feudal grandeur, J. JJ. Ilaggin old W B. Oarr have another doraesuo em bracing apmething . mWe 'than 100,000 acret in one hody, while Messrs Lux ami Miller have something lensthan ...

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Police Court, Millchester. July 26. Before C. S. Disken Esq. P.M. KILLING A HORSE [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 July 1876

Police Court, Millchester. Jul; 26. Before 0.8. DUken Esq. P.M. KILLIWO A HOUSE Taos. LINCOLN, on bail, remanded from tytonday, | on above charge. John Petersen deposed : Liros with Nicholas ; knew tho prisoner about sis weeks ; on Sunday morning, 0th instant, went with prosecutor lo look for 9 horse; did not find biui ; came home und went out agnin ; found tracks of horses feeding together towards the Dlack Jack ma chine; in following that track came to where 1 the prisoner was burningoborcojlj [the evidence of this witneae was substantially the eame as prosecutor's:] knew the prosecutor's Louse's tracks well; had him shod with new ahoesthe week toefore on tho hind-fact ; they tracks plainly of ttti nuw: shoes ; {toe wHhest detailed the circumstances ot tho search and the finding of tho horao aeu tho shaft.;] he identi fied tho dead norse as prosecutor's. J[After amining the prisoner's mare in the polioe-yftrdjr The mare's trucks are those he followed. Tho evidence of tho witness w...

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