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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, August 15, 5-30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 August 1876

Telegraphic News. [PBOM OUB BBX8BAKK TELEaUlPHIO 10EKT.] BWSBANE, Augu8t l6, 6-30 p.m. IK the Astembly a petition w^'s presented from tho Climeie in Ooolctown against the increased tax on rice and tlie increased charge oa inioera' righto ; they would prefer a poll-Us. A petition ww also presented from tbo inhabitants of Cook town to the same effect After a debate, the second reading of the Bill for tbe rice tax earned by 16 to 16. The second reading of the Stomp Duties Amendment Bill was carried. The second reading of the Settled District* Pastoral Leases Bill is no* being ducossed.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Horthern Miner. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 187[?]. Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BBISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE, August 17. THE SUEZ MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 August 1876

f ATUKOAY, AOOUST 19, 1870. Telegraphic N,ewa. [VBOII OO* BBIUAMB TBLBAUAPBIC AOEKT.] JtnisHANE, Aliguet IT. THB SUEZ MAIL. A MATCH hu besu armnged betwien Tru-ket I and Luinsdtfn for £230 mid*. I Forty person* hive beet\seriously injured from the effort* of a collision on tbe Metropolitan railway. The American Congress has pasted a Bill ""iMvfeiitig the immigration of Cbiitese into Californian ports. The Ulud B*uk published on tbe ?2ud J uly in refertmoe to tlie Kastern Qu«*stj'jji «ho»s that' the -intention!' of Eawii were peaceful a&d that «he was anitcma throughout to avert war and to act in concert jrirh the Great Powers. Bueiia desire* to maintain tlie statu (w, Turkey lugeetta the formation of the in* .urgent provinces into tributary elates. Karl Derby persists in his refusal of an interview will) Orie aide, instead of suppressing the re bellion forcibly be desires that peace should be restored by applying any practicable schemi of reforrai. Negotiations Are proceedin...

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

Dr.Hlc PUBCELIi, PffseioiiAf, eq^Sos & AcopptoHEirs, Q*aiyUi Jtaltaal jPraetiticnirtmifr the Queensland JWedical-jici, '? Out lie Oosrauwro' Diirr at lite', denoe Church Eil), opposite Masonic Hall, Mlner-at. t -OF;jt4ttl©» .'tii ' li... tT..UXS«aior&eudibg8Q!gmn,&eibonrne Hm Jj <4>ltml,.nd Surgeon- tlmrjborouiJh'Haipital, .QttMBiluidr nxt.the««Mmt<-Hf.U. a^raegf^ofteitor,* j»ctoc, '(Bon* » J 1 -' '.'J ? .. T;«?..>.-1.1,. .n " Ou b# oonjirited dMiij at Hi»b6B'« Hotel, - '< ?.??', . MililAjUESTEB,. ? .? ?? J, 9- *??*<&&;, . 8 0 1.1 0 IT OR --??-?. WUcbHtcr, Mid BKIo-itrMt, Ciarton Tower*. : /,'.*$. Poxwi, ATTOEBBVATOfiOLICmiB, ? OOUUiBSIO^CU ros AFFIDAVITS, ftp., ggLgriaw lowsHg. ?? J WBinderi " * : WaTOBMaKER, JEWELLER, Sc. Uosauutor., CmStwi Towjom. All flrderi executed withnsatiiei!ftnaa!Bp»ioh'. firnall jwrcdt tit all kinds of Go ED Boriar. ' ( ON WAR JANG, GBNEBjtSTOBEKEEPBE, <!H...

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MELB0URNE. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 August 1876

MELB0U1INK. I August 17. Cpon LaJy Itowen alighting frt>m b*r carriage at t\n dour of the Ar.hniiaiiiik HaU on I'ue^dny night a tiell'drMted Woman stepped ft>r*«rd era .ddrrateil a mutt opprjbrioiu epithet to iivr. aayiug " I will teach you to e»U mo m;*irtB6,'" .lie then (truck Lady Bjwch wveral blow* on tiia face gelling Lor head under her arm, Lady Ziuwen re-entered her carriage and rei-urued bom * t tha wotu.ui wm armlet) ami looked up, her name is tfither QtH.tr and |i ore* tobeinMu*. August 16. The Assembly hare coted n million of nonri for the construction of railways and public worki*. The 1 oremment atronglr o)i|«se MiBaln'e I proportion that rtiigious ii«truction should be I givi ii in the public erh tol* belore erhojl hours j

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SYDNEY. August 1%. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 August 1876

Aomnt I/. I ' TrickoH ofdrej giurantee of upimei if »ny EugltfcU cculler i* out trilling to row liim. Toton Ungluli gentlemen have chart* rrd armed and equipped n aoUooi «r far a p.eMurt craitr in tli« South tfrM. August 18. Tbtre vm * he»Tj mow aforiD ^eMerils) in the l^oalbuurn and dillrioii, lforlift4«ut Uio be prorogued on Tu**dajr.

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

'Swindlers are pwiicalorly active |u»t no* attempting 10 palin ofP upon Hie public certain imitations. counterfeits And bogus importations purporting to b« identical with'or *' at good as as'andard medicinal bererAge lung and favorably known to the people, off Australia. The article eftught to bo imitated la l lie famous Udolplio Wolff'* Hcbiedam Aromatic Schnappi. Ask for and t*ke none but Ibe genuine article. JJolkwy** Pitlt. - iieellent Pill*. - The .resouiveB of triedi-ine ainlchrtnistiy went long ' and fruitlessly trifd before the/ yielded a remedy wrhiityi eOtiM overcome dlsbrder* of the stomach and nerTM lill ProfeseciriHtflbifey disnorerecl bit .purtlVinifc bnd Ionic Mlli. The/ are (he eafost and surest torrdetires of irafigeitio", heartburn, fljuuleni'y, torpidity of the lirer, .'twjtvhjngs. Jiervoue fanuie% deapoBdr^cjf. low spirit*, and riecHninv strength. HoltuWAy'a ^ills sup*rstfd* all irregular action in tae4>ody»atid eo strengthen and support the that disease depar...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELL[?]NOTON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 August 1876

NEW ZE Vi.AJND W*i.M*oroK. August 18. Fir George Gray's i$e|«ration tesolution has been cariied liy a mnjo'ii y of twenty five ugmriBt tlie G vernintJiit. ? Tn* Albion Hot*], tht property of Mr. William Murk of Dalrynaple, wa« *ola ty Mr A. N. Prince on WediiuJn) lo Mr. X LUtner for £450 cash. A telegram was received bj Mr Zfukin, shortly after the deputt t-iou bad left. Iilm mt afternoon, to ihe Hfe»*t that £600 fa* I be new court-house end £250 for new po|io* quarters, Charter* Towars, Lkd bcco placed ou (.be estimates, A telegram was received this week from Vr. ftorri*, Townsvllle, wln> Ijas b<en rel<ii«ihd by the Northern Miner Defence Fund Cuininiitee, to ll e effect that he had received n i«li^miD from Mr Canndetl Crown Proaecutor in Sfewvo that bills would be found in thetbne oues Begina ?. O'Kane. The Committee nave re* Ikiufl) Mr. Blake Q.O. for the defence. The milch between Mr. Camilla Protectionist find Mr. Parker** Littlt John came off on th« ra...

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Both Sides of a Local Picture. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 August 1876

Both Sides of a Local Picture Olit who has traced tlift winding pith Which leads from "Voweiy to "Seventy-mile, When fhecv clottdfc tatifttkud tho aVy, And NVure wore her .sweetest *01110 ( And gaeing found, say lie ne'er fait Hit soul Midi Admiration nielt. And w he dewed the brood, rapants '' Or waving grass on either hend, And watched the ii^hf au<L*b»Jows danoo, And chose each olfaer.o'er the land ; Ne'er owned within his heart Ihe power And charm of ihe bright transient hour. Who. uiideliglited, hap surveyed Th« '* Pinnacle*," white* varied green, From lowest base to mitnmit'e crown, Fonus o'er their ruggeft sMea a screen; From which the-magpies''fr*qui*t»t clear, And fluU*-hke iiDtefalle-oii the ear. Where porgeous "parrot- flit arouod On radiant .wimp iron) tree to tree, And. slAttli'd, eprmgwitb /lightlike Uooiid. .The inhgaroounl wall^hy s Then, dismal, |>wbo to turn and gase Upon tht intrude* with amn^. Oh, who lies traced ihlr path, I any, And paused 4iot wh...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 August 1876

Mining News. t'si outlying reef* this week risked, particulars ( of whicb nrc hereunder, hare improved consider-1 ably not only in actual appearance, but from the j present encouraging pro*pevt*, betoken tulu e advancement and locoes*. It it nouM niincing , mntters: they loo* rtrj well just «ow, and h«v.« progressed very ftrbraltly siuee last report-, flie two greatest drawbacks to their progress is the hard eonntrr »ni wa'er-both oombiited making it a very difficult irattcr for I be digger* now working on them to make things meet. Tite 'backi; g" sclera is u»ii»enial all over the field* . id nowhere more rig >rously carried out than on the aufektrt reefa alluded to. Were it not for iSU, thoSf* localities would stall l*st . steud*a!tM as none but thoss whose pockets are well lined rould think of t-ifkltitg thein. The recent good cruibitigs from some of the claims have enoonr. aged sinking, and thane whs here lately taken up areas tire ;mng int«> it with gooJ heart, will, ani c...

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THE REEFS. TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 August 1876

TUB UKBFS. TKtOUTK. llns line IB at right angles with the Guiding tilar and Welcome, and in a line with the Lortl Nelson and Wellington, ttoine uv it ii one and the same rwfj that ii to be proved yet. H^ev«r, the Telegraph, which wa< at a .Und .till for a long tints id no# going albei t . end at no distant day it u»iy via with tho Urd Duke himself. The prospectors hire lately bit u|»on «xceedingly good stone, so dm No. 1 west. This '**. given an impetus to sinking. «»<i two numberi on the east aide have Intelv been tuken up and started work. Between tlie Telegraph line and Lord fielsbn tber* is a regular 6wamp, owing to which nobody wou.d undertake to fink in that locality. Tbij wuter whs h drawback to the progress of both lines, especially the Tele* graph, or no doubt the Lord Nelson and Telegraph would long finne be < ne line of claims. Bethel, An old vntentn of the Telegraph, bring compelled to gite up his olaiin, owing to the pi* , cessire infiui...

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

"?-n» TOir»T> TA \T w S T 0-&E-S. . thct A G. < BILI.YABD, CHBSTE&8 TOWBHB. THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN, THE Block of ATJTDMN sod WINTER DBAFERY, MILLINERY, lie., Ac., now .bowing at; tbp.iOfin'ERlOU fiTOilEK, the season's shipment up to tlie present time being over fifty casep,,jUwellmrtL\ the notice of in trading buyers. - IWftaioVurijtlt is really first' class, aud the styles and material tery suitablo for the present season's trade, and, as for prices, all goods bekg Vabked ID Plain Fisubgs, buysfs fan aWBnoe lee thai/th o.'CRITERION is .till Ih^ODBAf BBI BIORE ill town. > THE STOCK OF DRESS MATERIALS, Is eluding the Latest Novelties, is «iy, , £ j luge and well-aesorted. , " Winceys, til colors, from 7|d yard Frenob Melrioos, toll shades, from Is lOd yard ladle*' Winoey, Felt and Woollen Skirt* Ladies'. Wool Shawls . pud Squares,, all patterns Cloud'* Pfomeoade Scarfs, Victorioes Splendid assortment of Black abd Colored Silks, Satins, and. Sarsen...

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THE MACHINES. MARY LOUIRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 August 1876

THK M \(!HU)fK3. L tusr umu. 0*.drt:gr. 68 Wjttdham p.c. 78 q 0 X4I| North Australian ... 89 0 0 i!* T«k*rmph p" 10 jq 0 IS Qrand Secret No. I ... 41 0 0 60 Moonaiono No. lb,... 68 0 0 86 Black Jack p r. 85 6 O Moonstone pc. going through. . DEVUNO*. 808 St. Patrick block ... <91 0 0 St. Patrick btoek still going tlirragb.

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Deputation to George L. Lukin Esq., Under-Secretary for Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 August 1876

Deputation to George L. Lukin EM., Under-Secretary for Mines Mm Ltiik rvcelred a deputation from tne Charters Towers Committee ou Thursday At 3 o'clock at Hargreares' hoi el. A «*>py of the following document had been nreriuuslv sub mitted to hiai To Qcoroc L. Luxirr Esq, Under-Secretary for Mines. Kir.-The member's of the Charters Towers Committee nare the honour to submit the following subjects for your consideration. Though eoneof the:n do not belocg partus* Isrly to your department, they trutl you will bring then under the noliee at the proper authorities 1. The erection of a new Court House in Clurtert Towers ni prumi«ed by Mr. King when visiting here, and Mr. bir-knoii, in reply to a deputation, in Brisbane, nt the opening of thesrstion, elated that urorUion had bfftl made for the Court Hiuae The Committee Retire to know when the work is to he commenced; connected with thi» euis the ewteWntnne.it of a Court of Jtecord at Charter* To»m The arret bulk ° , P°Pul«,ion '. now se...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

WEDNESDAY, AtJODST 23, 1876. The visit of -Mr. Ldkin, the -Under Secretary far Mines, to Charters Towers lias already -been productive of good ^results. He lias, liy Iiis friendly media tion, settled the disputes between MILLS .and Mobman. V'e and others here, in vaia.urgadon both theprudence of coni ipromislng matters. The'process of ex ?iatisUon by legal vampyres hits been going .on wiili destructive effects to both for the hat year. Tlie example presented by '.Gympie liiigants, who lost by their ajipenl to the Privy Council some £5000, should be a caution to claimownois ligrp .against poing to law. If Messrs. Milis aild MoshaK kept at Jaw, they would meet and deserve the fate of the Kilkenny cats. ?<Mr. X/Ckin stepped in veiy opportunely, the -deut e? machina, and averted this final catastrqplie. We sluuild jrevet'have been troubled with those aretclipd 'avsuits if tlie |aw yreye sq cotistiftctpd V to guarantee the necessary brftiiis in its ad niinjst'^tcps, Pnfortunat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

Br. H. C. PUECELL, PffYSICJiajf, 6tJEGHE0N & ACOOUOHEUE, (fpaUjied Medical Practitioner under tkeQuceiuland MediaU Att, Cm to# OossrerBD Duty at-bis residence, ChnrchHUI, opporite Masonic Hnll, Miner-it. , pr. Little, T ATE Sepior Residing Surgeon, Milbourne HOB XJ pit*l,ao8 Sureeon MaiybOrough Queensland, Eesident nB$t the Uuohe' Hall, 'v ' ? Consultation Honrs i .fl to 10 Morning. 6 to 6 Evening, H. 3. W. BOWKER Slttojwg, Solicitor, wctor, fceganm, tot., 0*n\e consulted daily at Hishon's Hotel, MJiMHESTBE, J. S. Carter. SOL X0 ITOR Millcherier. and Mnin-street, Charters Towore. ?rU . - J. R. Cowan, ATTOENEY akd eOLICXTOE, . OO&OOSBtOKBU SOB AFFIDAVITS, to, Ohastbbb Towebs. . R, Binder, WATCH MAKER, JEWELLER, &o. Xoweeb. 6 mall parcels of all kind* ofGom BOUGHT" ON W AR JM16, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHABTEES TOWEES. I. ALAND, HUOmiREEIII *VB@SaR»08Sa®Ea AttEKIY . 1USES STCEETj 1 Office t Tfernej'e Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A V &am...

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SYDNEY. August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

STDJfET. ' I At gust £]. | Sunlight -won bolb handicap! t Hawke»bury, a local horte, the Guineas. Ceylon adticci state that Governor Bobinson hp bean appointed to the Cape of Good Hope.

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] PRISBANE, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

Telegraphic NOWB. [fttOH OD$ BBIBBWE TELEflttAPHIC AOElfT.] PniSBANE, - August 21. WSATHJEE extremely floe. Ere.ylhlng promises well for tbe Exhibition. Father DaltoD, of Sydney, preached at two Jubilee eerrices yesterday, in St. Stepbea'a t Cathedralto ei-orwcufl congregations. August 22. The Governor arrived at tbe Exhibition build ing in Bowen Park ot noon, sue hundred volun teer* forming a guard of honor. Tbe Friendly Societies were also in line; thebabd ot tbelrolnn* teeit flaying the National Anthem, On teach ing the dais in the main building tbe Goremor, at tli* request cf Palmer, declared (fie Hribibi tion open amid great chcering. The Musical "Union performed tho Australian hymn to words written by Arunton Stephens. The Volunteer Artillery fired a salute from tbe guns tn Victoria Park, tbe belli ringing throughout the city; there were immense crowds; many thousands in Bovren Park and outside the gates. ItfirgG numben obtained admission during tbe morning at 2s Cd j owfcg to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

,, >3,T O EE S-. A. G; HILLYAED, 7 ; ' ' CHAETER3 T0WBB8. THE CHEAPEST STORE 1N TOWN, -h T&B fleck of AOTDMN aad WINTER DRAPEBV, MUXJNSEY, &e" &c., now (showing at tbe CRITERION STORES, tbe sewon's shipment up to tbe'prcBent time being PWtlftyfaaeB, .U jvell WoHL. the notice of in ' tend^g buyen. The auortment is really first class',' and tbe styles and material rcrv suitable for the reesfnt Reason's trade, and, as for prices, all goodi beiig Vabked IN Plain FiotrBES, tbuyel* can at once-see tbat tbe CRITERION is --ktUltbe£aBi,raSt SIORE-intown. THE STOCK OF DRESS MATERIALS, < Including the Latest Novelties, is very large and trell<a»orted. WiObeys, til colors, from 7£d yard French Merioos. all ebndes, from Is lOd I yard .????. Ladled Wnoey, Felt and Woollen Skirts )<adies* Wool Sbawla and Squares, all | .patterns Cloua'e Promenude Scarfs, Yictorioes Splendid MsortmBotot Black and Colored j ' Silks, Satins, and Sarsenets Ne...

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LONDON. August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

LONDON. _ August 2L i Tenders for tbe new Queensland Jban of lialE a million reach a million and bnU- a&bre (.ho fixed minimum. *- The wool sales have closed with a roeortry of prices ranging from 8 to 16 per coat, on tbe c** treme decline reaohed during tbe eeriei; tbe improvement is dqe to speculation, Trickett row* Lumsden from Putney to Mori* lake, onthe^Lst4>uguit, for ££00 a-elde, besides a bet pf £200 ( if victorious, TriclceU rows HiegiiiB. .. During tbe debate In the House of Commons, Cave vindicated the results of tbe million to in* quire into tbe staio of the finance! in Egypt: ljis investigations led to believe that tbe Kbedive could meet bis engagements, In this Balham tragedy a vprdiot of wilful murder was returned against tome persons un known, but that the evirieutowts insufficient to fit the guilton anyons. Painfuldisclosuro* Vie're made during XUe trial i Mr Bravo admitted tbe intimacy of Clay with Gnlly before the marriage* Tbe Turks have occupied fiaty...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

w 'ANTED ftNnve Girl. Apply, Ms* BpSaEii. WANTED, m Situation by a man and bis wife. Wife good «oo|[ and needle-woman ; could tiki charge of (lie education of young children. {Town or sonntry. Addrcta, J. B.( poit-ofUce, jChartcre Towcra <Jhar$ers TQWQTB Cemetery Trust i PPLIOATION8 will brreceWefl for tho oQce A. cf BUXTON up to Thihudav Npxr, £4tb inrtaot, ealanr at the rate .of £109 per . annum, arith mtdenee. Apply to Thomas Btoklikd, ' jjion, tea. J Masonic. A UBEni^Q of tiie Shareholder! in tlio A. Haaonic Hall Company fa hereby called for W8DlTB8DA<jr, 88 rd Augiut, at 7'tO p.m. Important buafnen. WtLtilAM DAVIE. Secretory. ' -pjtMurter? Tower* lemetejy. fflHB bllliia ate tequeated to meet at the 1 !U»enJ» fttU on Fmpat, the 26th initknt, ptUajn. . ? ? ftpoi. BqcKLittp, hon, aoo. The Leas* Gold Mining. Company. .Wo Lia bUity, BegiBtered a GALL, (6th), of One Bbitlipe per 6hai» A viU b« duo and myable to the Seomary, Sf the Company'* Office, Oill-etreet, ...

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