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THE MACHINES. MANY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

TUB iUOHlNKS, LODIBA. Moonstone p.c. going t&roagh. VEHVt. Bainbow No. t poing througu. SKzZBFfi^S, Queen No. 4 going through. DSF1AVCB. St. Patrick Block going through. $KVEB DESPAIR. 8fc. Patrick No* 1 going throng.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Saving Fine Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

Saving Fine. Gold. THE; following description ot« method of uricg fine gold appeared in a tote number of the Melbourne Atyip <-" l|t is *reU-knowil that the ordinary mill doe* Aot and Cannot un all the gold in the Q*e. Probably on a average not ex ceeding 90 per cent, is saved. Varioul contriv ances nave from timo to time been devised to eecure the Qun particles tliatgi to waste. We visited yesterday tlie works of James T. U'Dou gall, Esq-, who has' patented qn {nventtoq tor securing Ibe infinitesimal atoms o( gedd. The invention lias been in practical uie for tninl months, extracting the precious metal froni the waits water of the Eutelti and Idaho mines and its utility bos been poiitively demonstrated. The contrivance consists of six trrngha each twelve feet ty two and a half, Inclined %K a, alight angle. Xhe bottoms of the troughs or sluice* butt's are covered with capper plates amalgam ated and Ihiokly studdM with square iron pegs about four inches in height, and half...

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

Commercial Msssiu. W. A. Aokebs And Oo. report ll follows:- - . - Business in almost every branch lias shown * tendency to dulness daring the *!a»t fortnight* owing, DO doubt, to theraees QocppyiafpeopVs minds to the exclusion of everything else j but, now that the carnival it fairly onr; ire mi/ anti cipate iaoreased activity. KosfiBs.-We bave bad no extra demfcri^ fo*» saddle horses and no alteration in oar latest quotation. Heavy draught horse* are «tltl in quired for, and the right eta tup for wblpw whim raaliae readily from £40 to £60, with trial. . MebchakJM«b.-Nothing bas been doiig ia Seneral lines, but we have ditposed of a p|roolof Ir Murlagh*e saddles and budles at fair pvioes.. Tbii maker'* goods are very niueh enquired for,, and, to aatlfefy the demand, we-intend fcripotttn^'' more of them at one©. HOUSE AND Land.-We hare bad several"' itiquirios for land u'nd building* tn both jnaiit streets, and we are negotiating thecals of a Ver? valuable property in Gill street t a...

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Legislative Assembly. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. GOLDFIELDS ACT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 August 1876

Legislative Assembly. Tbubbdit, Acodbt 8. v G0LDFIELD3 ACT AMENDMENT BILL,. Ma. TaoEif,. while moving the second reading of tbis bill, siid that onefcf it»_ objeots was to mate tlie Asialio aliens' contribute something tice their proper "proportion of tixes to the revenue.'" la the oorthern portion of the colony Inst, year, the amount received' from aliens, was only about £4500, for miners' right* and business licenses, while- the Govern- _ tneot had to pay during the sama time . something like £16,000 for polioe prptec tion there. The Chines* were the main: narking parties in the North, and lsgtsW tion w»a necessary to make them pay their fair share to the revenue, At present they had to pay ten shillings for . miners' right, and fonr po nds for . -bu§ioees liconre. The bill proposed to increase the miners' rlebt to three pouuds, and their buiinees licenses to ten pound* Vyear. He begged to move it* seoond reading. Sir. Palmer said he had ono- or tiro objections to the measure. - ,...

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MELBOURNE. August, 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 August 1876

MKLBOUBNE, August. 21. M'Bata'e resolution fin the Assembly, in. reference to religone teaching in public schools, has been negatived by a large majority. Casey's Bill to repeal the Payment of Member* Aol has been negatived by a majority of five. The owners of the ''Queensland" sue the owners of the Jtjlambool" to recover over £7000 the estimated loss over the earn for which the was insured. Gibbs, the explorer, has arrived at Peake Statiyq from Peril). August 25 . The second -officer of the w fiarrabool" has been found hoi guilty of culpable negligence for porting his helm before the collision with the 4* Queensland." He has teen committed for trial for disobeying the orders of the captain. Mr. Ackers will bold an anction eaie or household furniture belonging to Mr. J. Brown onTu»*dayncxt. A Wheeler's pan arrived yesterday for Mr. Richard Craven, which we are inform°d he intends filing up iu connection with bid machine, the .. Enterprise." The temperature, which faas been for the l...

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

Alexandra Leasehold G -M- Co No-UabiiitJ. TENDERS are invited for (inking tbe Co.'* .baft a further depth of Fifty (60) Feet from present depth, or until the reef Ucut, at per foot* Tenders to be in the band* oftKe secretaty on or before August 26th, at 8 p.m* Specification* may be seen from Mooday next at the Op.*« office. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. A, ACKKRS. secretary. To be Lot on Tribute, THE r GREAT PACIFIC NO. 2 (LEASE.) For B Term o{ One or Two Yeirt. TKKDEM, .luting particul.ri, to be wot to GEO. E. CtsBEB, Hargreavaa' Hotel, on or before TUESDAY, 2Bth iuat, at 4 pro. - , Notice i FPUOrnOKS will be received. (Ill I* Nook 'A M ON DAT, the 28th inBtaht, from persona «)<iinitoande*Udi6tU duticj oi tiAlLiFi: lo the several Couru. particular. of payment, fee. to be obtained from the undenigned. By aider, JNO. ARCHIBALD. Begistrar Northern Diitrict Court. . Court Ilouee, Uillcliester, August 21st, 1B76. Rainbow Prospecting -Gold wining Compan...

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Mining News. THE ALLUVIA[?]. CONGLOMERATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 August 1876

Mining News. THE ALLUVIA! COKGLOXGBATB. I If&vr are andir the impeeutan there it a ruth at the Conglomerate, end that several parties I bare taken up claimi and ard getting good gold. This report originated througb * little " blow '* on the part of some perso&s working there coming into town and getting on the41 boose," To satiety myself as to tbe correctness of the report, 1 nailed (he locality this week, whilst on my < rounds to tbe reef#* It it situated about a quarter of a mile from the Imperial reef and at tbe foot of tbe conglomerate mountain;* dUtaaco ot nearly 2 miles from Miilehester. One party only (Johnstone and mate) are at work there. Th» prospectors got a little gold, but nothing payable, and bare left e considerable time. Several other parties sunk shafts here and thero, bnt the ran of gold was not payable, and they also left. Johnson and his mate have been there since tLe Gmt 'of the rush, And are working in tbo i wnlro of tbe gully. Tbe la...

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THE REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 August 1876

TUE RUUIFS. With the exception of the Washington, Alei. andraaod Imperial, the reef* on the Millcheatcr side 4Blto looking rather doll, and hare made little or no progess aloce laat report. I visited nearly all« *"d found the mujoritv atruggUng with the water. Z don't wish to depreciate tbe MUlohesttr reefs, but they are not nearly to developed or flourishing looking ea those on and around the To were at preeeut. The eicei-ivi «ator ie( I believe, the reason, and without capital and machinery to contend with it, they will over be in the earne elate. AXEXA£DRI>-The prospector®, Gebrgo and party* hare between SO and 80 tons of good Jookiug brownstona .grassed. (All below). £o numbers north. NOB. 1,2 and 8 Bouth have been worked cut, or abaudoned, long since. The IJtoek (off No. 3w>utli)*Veier Kvcis and party, I bollomod on a good reef of brown and tuundio I atuiiu mixed el ft depth of 100ft:; since illicit, | tbey have erected a good, eubalantiul double whip. and by its aid tlio...

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

MXCZCtl ViltSSiifUii ISIS. ici/DB 1 P "r*- M»mb«rs to TOTAl AESHrfBKCE, "itiag. liquors escept Aug. .Jw^ithe" litter only in W.\A. ACKEIiS, eccr^tary. . Morfhern Miner D'EPENCE; FUND m-aidor the ftbore FOND 4 Ji** invited, and may bo left Jil i* H?BK-NBfcAHD NATIONAL BANK, *wwi«| or ivi'th the under signed, " ftbBEKT BC8SBLL, . '? .' Treaiurcr, JOHNMcDONALD, HOStill&t ,ST., . CHARTERS TOWEES, JTAVlira NOW TO HAND Grooeries, Wine. Hi anj Spirit*, ud Moo's Clothing, beg* to to solieit impaction, porficukr Attention it Directed (s Stockt of OROCBBIS a mMEirifsTORES, C . - - W 9 vaios, For Price and Quality, ABB imSUfiPASSEfc m i n E s ASCII SPIRITS 03UTOUE Henneaty's and MsrteU'a B BAKDY, in cut an gr,*caf)m,_ But'* JUiB, In hhdt. Bass'* and TeauanfeBOITUED AI<E, Oulpj>eW^*ai fiBjPQBTER, ^Vi^p.M^d.&UpVf Beiiliqg, CUrat, Wolfe's eohnspps, AfHflanttisn Oenen, in E-gal. cues. Imperial Champagne, Bert, Sheny, At cr NOW ON HAND BfltAIZB, BRAN, *K» GOOD BUTTER. ...

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THE MACHINES. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 August 1876

THU MA0HIN1J8. VFJiES. Tons. Cioim. Oe. dwt: 246 Rainbow No. 2 269 17 68 Rainbow No. 4 98 19 £anie*a«>tJr'Uul p.c. and Papuan p.c. cl<>aning»up j Queen No. 1 south and Wellington No. 2 call going through. ONB-AND>A&L. (Per favor of Mr. Mills.) 81 Marr p.c 180 0 127 Wyndbam No. 1 north ... 260 0 NEVER DESPAlB. St. Patrick No. 1 going through. EKTEBPttlSE. Quccu No. 4 goiug thro ugh* . ». . ^ . DEFIANCE. 8t. Patrick Block going through.

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

CHBIBT OHUROH,-To-mortow Night, 7*30 Subject, " A Curse Kor A Curio." NOTICE. lie Dr. Scharffenberg's Estate. S'R.JORto 0*FLTKN U daly authorised to , L collect all - outstanding Accounts in this late, and his receipt will be a sufficient discharge. . . JNO. ABCHIBALD, ' Agent to Curator of Intestate Estates Millobtster, Aug. 21,1878. To the Worshipful the Juiticca of the Peece ? acting in and for the district of Charters Howers, in the colonj of Queensland: JMAFGAKET ANN TtJLLY, now residing At ? Charters Towers, do hereby uive Notice that it is thy intei'Uon to apply at the next monthly JioenMnft meeting to be holden for this dbtriot On the 18th day of September next ensuing for . tr&ntferof the publican's license now held by 8>6 (or the " Live and Let Lire Hotel." at the Defiance machine, Charters Toners, to WILLIAM Vabe. He ia married, andhas not held a license before. " Giwn under my hand this 21th day of Aug., ji.D. ieja. (Bigoed,) HABGABET ANN TULLT. ®0 the Worship...

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Police Court. AUGUST 25. Before C. S. DICKEN Esq, P. M., and J. KIRK ESQ. J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 August 1876

Police Court. ACOCBT 2G. Before C. S. DlCKEs Esq, P. M., and J. EIRE ESQ. J. P. Felix Phillip Healy v. Bub Lee and Han Yon, Assault. There was a cross-ease by llab Lee, botb sides pleaded not guilty and justi fication. Mr. Cowan appeared for complainant, Mr. Curler for defendants. The complainant, n brickmaker, deposed that on .the 22nd Hub Lee rushed at him with a Btick ; holds hit ground by a license f jr making bricks for 6 chains by Si average bicadth j Hab Lee gnre him a " welt " of the stick at the buck ot the ear ; picked up a sapling to ward olT the 8t*cond blow j after warding the blow caught Hab Lee's eiirk with bis hand, and hit him with I his other brind in the eye ; they then closed for a I wrestle and be threw Hab Lee then Haa Van ' came up with a stick; sung out to his .man, | John Edwards i he came, mid said "stop that/' , aud Han Tun was prevented from striking him ; he was cut behind the ear by the stick f was | bruised on (he shoulder by another blow, but it did n...

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Northern Minner. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 August 1876

FATDBDAT, ACQDSX 28, 1876. Thb Queensland Mining Department touiiti of a Minister, ui Under-secr^ton't . CbM Clerif. several Wardens, District Surveyors and Registrars. The Wardens .wd monthly returns of mining operations A«p, districts to the head office, and there, no doubt, they are properly digested and arranged. . It strikes us as rather singular lhat, whilst wo have elaborate statistical returns published every year «nd prejpntod to parliament ot every product in the colony, absoluuly no return Is made by the Minisier for Mines of the Seiding product of all-our gi.ld. The materials are^lt ready lo his hand, but ho makes-.no apparent Use of'thetn. The operations of the department have been always rfuouded in secrecy, aid 'lie public eye has been carefully shunned. How Wty differently the Victorian Government .cts. There^ we h«ve an annual report from the Minister himself, another fr m the,Chief Inspector of Mines, at.d quar terly reports from the Mining District . Surveyors. A ...

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

Dr. H C. PURCELL, FHTBICIAH, SURGEON k ACCOUCHEUR, XMf Qualified Medical Practitioner tinder - the Qveeneland Mcdieal jtet, 5f l".p01,OT wbd DAILY at liU reeidenoe, | Church Sill, opposite Itaaonic Hall, Mlnor-st. Dr. Little. .T ATX Senior Besidibg Surgeon, Melbourne Hos-! JLi pitri, and 8argeon Maryborough Hospital, Queensland, Resident nut tbe Masons' Hall. Consultation Hours: 9 to 10 Morning. 6 to 8 Evening. H. J. W. BOWKER Sttorneg, Solicitor, rflftor, (Emu jaegancei, &c.> Can~be" consulted dally W Hishon's Hotel, > MILLCHESTEB. J. 8. Garter- - SOLICITOR UUlchester, and Main-street, Charters Towere. J. R. Cowan, ATTORNEY and SOLICITOR, OOHMXBSIONEU FOB AHpH>AVTT3, &o" Csi&TSBB TOwEBfl. R. Binder, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &o. HoesjiAK-er., Obutbbs TOWERS. All orden executed with neatness and dispatch. 8 mall parceli of all kinds of Gold BOUGHT. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHABTERS TOWERS. I. ALAND, MICY18I9EEA * ft®EHT JttNES STREET, OB...

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SYDNEY. August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 August 1876

evDNEy. August 24. 1 The1 Parliament was prorogued on Tuesday. To tfionsequeuco of tbe steady increase in the revenue, three quarters of a million of the public debt has been pAid off. August 2&. The Port Darwin cable is working. The "Ljee Moon" cliartcr having ter minated the "Edinburgh" goes to repair the Ponahg*Madras cable The Premier of Victoria informed Boherkon, Premier of N. 8, Wale, with relercnce to the reported influx of released Communist*. from Noumea, that the Influx of Prisoner* Act did not apply to political prisoners landing in Victoria* and the/ would therefore be permitted to lanj.

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 August 1876

Telegraphic News. [FE01I OCB BBISBlNB TELEanAl'HIO AOEStl.] BRISBANE. Aueuit 24,. TAB Exhibition is euocessful beyond all anticipa* lion. The attendance on Tuesday and Wednesday estimated at 20,000. The city is crammed with visitors. Weather fine, a genuine interest is evinced tiy all classes. O'SulUvao has been returned for the Burke by a majority of fortyone August 25. The attendance at the Exhibition yesterday eras 500Q., ? The Corporation give the committee of the Association a banquet, >

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 August 1876

BIRTH.     THOMAS.—On the 18th instant, at the Rainbow, Charters Towers, the Wife of Mr. E. M. Thomas, of a Son ; both doing well. MARRIAGES. KING—PHILO.—On the 19th August, at St.   Paul's Church, Charters Towers, by the Rev. G. H. Allnutt, Charles, eldest son of George King, of London, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William Philo, Charters Towers, formerly London. COOPER.—TULLY.—On the 19th instant, al the Church of St. Columbkill, by the Rev. Father Fouhy, John Cooper to Mary Ann Tully, both of Charters Towers.

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 August 1876

WKVXli^Y^A^UST 30^1870. Tin railway policy of the Ivlinintvv has been received with satisfaction and ap proval in jUmoat.uIJ ^jar^atff -ilio colony. Meetings have Ijeeu lielcTIn Maryborough, Gympie, H>ttidabeVg,:*11d TiattVat.vvlneh resolutions were passed approving the railway policy of tUa"T.I1 ills11-y, and cjiUiJTgH on til? ?cpre£entalii'qs of those districts ta support this policy. In the Kennedy district there has been, as yet, no public declaration of opinion on the miliject. Tho Choytere . ha-y<^..l>y rosg!.u.tiou, approved the action of .the Government in proposing to construct a railway-nff0W; TowriBville k>, Charters Towers. We can say conSdjntly t!mt this uasoluliou expresses the uimoBt uni versal feeling on'('barters Towers, and if « public,--meeting were held-and we think tlio^occjia'pn requires it-a uuan voice yould bo raised in favor <of 4he railway.. t Au attempt is being matin by tw/> Northern newspapers to discredit this rail way ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 August 1876

Dr. H. C. PURCELL, rHYSICUH, BURGEON U ACCOUCHEUR, Duty Qualified Medical Practitioner under the Queensland Medical Act, Can be CONSULTED Daili at liiB residence, Cburob Hill, opposite Masonic Hall, Mtner-st. Dr. Little, JLl pita),and Surgeon Maryborough Hospital Queensland, Resident next the Mesons' Ball. Consultation Hours t 9 to 10 Horning. 6 to B BTening. H. J* W. BOWKER~ Stttomeg, Sollcttnr, rqctor, ffioit* fugancei, &c.> Can be consulted daily Hishon's Hotel, . MlLtOHESTER. J. S. Garter. SOLICITOE Millchester, and Main-street, Charters Towcre. J. B. Cowan, ATTORNEY 1KD SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONER FOB AFFIDAVITS, to., CaiATBHa Towebs. B. Binder WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &c. * JI0B8MAK-BT., CHABTKBB ToWEM. Small parcel! or all kinds of Gou) Bocogt. ON WAR JANG, OENEBAl< BTOBEKEEPEB, OHAFITERS TOWERS. I. ALAND, iqiray BTHBETi Office i Ticrnoy's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS T0WEH8. William Jackson, J£ TJ C t 10 H B E 31, ' General Commission Agent, MOBSMAN...

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LONDON. August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 August 1876

LONDON, Aupuel 16. i Tfae En»l of-Molmfabury^ In consequence 0f failibg hmlili, lias resigned the Priry tic*!, and : baa been jmoceedo|lJ>y. Disritcli, who ii rilaoil to the peerage under the title of Enrl of BeaconBeld. I'arli nmcntflmB been prorogued. Tlio Queen's Speech elates that tho relations o{ England with foreign powers were of B friendly character, Confidenoe la expressed that tbe ctitcnte corriiah *rill continue, should a favorable ocaaston preterit iteelf, immediate action in oonttrt Willi t'.io allies would bo taken to offer mediation between Turkey and the nnurgeoU, and that whilo respecting present treaties nod interests EtlRlancl embodied i\ policy of inirauuty, and hopes were expressed of a speed; conclusion of proacnt bnilililieS) tbe Quci'n returm licp fervent thanks for tbe safe return of the Prinoo - of Wales from India, she highly values tbo' greetings of loyalty and devotion evoked through-! out liis lour i on awutniiig thelitlo of Euiprcss ol India, her de...

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