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MELBOURNE. September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

MKLBOUENE. September 7. Rich olluiial diggingi liars been ducororod near Ucallipolt; ^ number of claims lure been peggedout. September 8. Tho Senate of (lie Unlrorsifj are agitating for Porliomeu"«rj representation.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Small Debts Court SEPTEMBER 6th. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M., and J. B. Ross, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

Small Debts Court SEFIKUBGS 6lb. . . . . ' HETOUB C. 8. ntocsK, Eeij., P. if., end J. B Ross, Eaq., J.P. A. Ehrlich v. Buebatian, £3-10#, *oA done. Mr Cowutiappcared Tor plaintiff. Mf. Carte ** for defendant asked for adjournment. Adjourned to ucxt silting* on payment or co*t* of tiie day 6a.t *nd 10* 13d. professiOual fee. 11. 8. Lansley v.. Ah Kuc. 171. <W., work «&d labor done. Mr- Carter appenredfordefoodant And pleaded not indebted. plaintiff* caso WAS, be sunk holes and' pot iti uprightefot defendaut And hadtfoneotlier work.foi" anoron; it was not inoluded in the briokwork ({f the oven j was employed a day and three-quarter*, charged 10*. a day." John Davis corroborated bi* evidence. Defendant denied that he engaged plaintiff * Hecontracted with Davis to finish tne o*en and ' paidbim £6. ? ii' Verdict tor plaintiff' for 17*. Gd. and eo<U 6*. . W. All Sue v. James Padden £Mi- lOd. VfN diet for plaintiff for amount and 16*._ 901U. Sair»o v. Ueorge l...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

ZEALAND. WtxUNOiw, September 7. a motion, brought forward in the Assemoly disapproving Vogtl*B appointment as Agent* General, was ncpalivcd. - Mundte hafi.been struck during the past week in Mo. 2 Old idcnlity. The bare gone eighteen ipchea into it and Are not yet through. A match is tsltfedtft come off between Mr, 6tuUey*a AttchorUe and Mr. Hart'a Liberty tliia dap fortnight, for £60 aside* Weight* fur age. Mr. JDavie receircd a telegram yesterday from Mr. Daly, in Toffnsville, stating that tho Fudge hod given tiU dceiecdu in hia tavor in tho action ilofii y, Davie and wife. The case against Qarreyaitd Chick, for ille gally branding a *tcer, the property of John Larsons, beard yesterday in MiUchcarcr, broke down and was diemiased. J.eport in our next.. Tho furnace and other works referred to lately by ub as belonging to JXr Warde belong to Mr iiuiton, of the Venus machine. Mr "Warde's works arr on the creek above i\>ugh*« machine. Theft lids been some delay Id fixing Mr* Stihley...

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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

Hospital Meeting T&9 ebftntf? monthly meeting of tba Hospital pommttte* trw held on Thursday evening, at the Club Hotel: Preient .-Messrs. Charters (onairman), Bioleo, Malcolm, Ltssnerf Graham, Calhtne, Murphy, Lamoad, Palmer, Craven. The minutes of the previoue meeting were road Sad confirmed, !Pito Surgeon's report was read, tboTing 4)D let August 8 patients in hospital; Admitted -during month 12; discharged 12j remaining 101 oo deitbs. One maa left having complained bis milk woe cold ; tho other patent* were content* The YfsiUng Committer, Mteirt, O'tfeit and Culhane, reported visiting the hospital on the 6th, Ifctb, and 10th August, and 4th September. They found it orderly and clean and veflecting great credit on the officers of the inttitaUon** They had examined into the corn* plainte' pjade regarding the milk end butter supplied by 3* fiatrd, and had cancelled bis oontraot»*id giren it to J, Blica. They had allowed 'Un^ Ry&n an suUtant to trash. tThey bad #UoXa...

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District Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. SEPTEMBER 6TH, 1876. BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE PRING, and a Common Jury. SHOOTING A HOUSE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

District Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. SEPMRUEB Crn, 1870. BBFODB HIS HONOR JUDGE PBINQ, NN3 A CUUITAON Jurr. I SHOOTING A HOUSE. f ("Continued.) Thomas Lincoln wne indicted for feloniously, unlawfully and ma'tcioiisly killing one gelding at Charters Towers, o\j the 9(U Juto, 1S7G, tho property of Tuoujas Nicholls. Walter llenry Gnuvin deposed: Was in prisoner's service ; remembers the 8tl» Jnly; it was n Saturday; his mother bought him a blanket, and kept Lira In-e ; she lives near Uenn'e machine; it is about 2t tnilcs from prisoner's place; got homo nbont 12 o'clock at night ; Uyrnes' machine is about i\ tniles from prisoner's house ; can bear tho whistle blow; ii blows af 12 o'clock at night; heard tlie whistle when be took the saddle off bis horse at j did »ot 6co Nicholls that night at alt; is the only boy prisoner bud then employed; after turning out the liorBe, went to sec the rails were on; prisoner hns only oneyurd ; then went to bod; could not sleep that night, as bo bad a v&a...

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Charters Towers Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

CharterB Towers Con^ittfte . fnE ordinary monthly meatinj? of ilio Coa* mlitec waji held at Uojgteaves. hotel, «t ft o'clock, on Wednesday tara&t Voiira. Stub!«y (chairman), Malcolm^ Milb« BouHon. Hartley, Prince, Host, TAmond, O'Kane J, W. JaoWn, Jamison, Ackers, HatgreavH, Craven, The j^retery, Mr. Acfe*?!** re&d the minutes ot two preripoj meetings, whicbjwero confirmed, Additional «tibacripdoni to the teMiinoiial to Mr, Jamison were re» ... cdf^d from wembcta of the Committee present. Mr. O'Kane moved that a publio nice ling be called by tbf chairman, for ifat ODrpose of ©Hoitinf? op expression, oT opinion m favor of.!, the policy of the Gorernmcnt iti proposing to * construct a railway line from 7'ownsviile to Charters Towers, and that Mr. Maorotfau be requested to support the Government f.. that policy, Mr. Nifrro seconded the moUpn» Mr. Lomond thought the st&to of the roafr wnsof more fonsoquence (bun to b® asking lor A railway; whilst they were waitin...

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CIVIL CASES. SEPTEMBER 5TH, 1876. INJUNCTION. William Kithcen v. Jackson, Curey and Crofton. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

CIVIL CASUS. SfiPTEUBcn 6m, 1676. IWGKCrXOSr. William Kitcbcn v. Jnclison, Curey and Orofcon. Mr. Carter* with Mr. Daly ami Mr* JJawKer and Mr. Cowan, appeared for defendants. Mr. Carter stdlod *hat noJiee of withdrawal had bseit received, signed by plaint iff i agent, and applied to his Honor to dissolve the injunc tion now iu force in tho nboro cmc, on the ground that the plaintiff has filed a noticc that the emb is settled mvd withdrawn. Injunction ordered lo bo diisolvcdt and the c*)BtB to be taxed by the registrar. VT* C, Iloss v. Ottriu and wif.*, dishonored cheque, £5fi. Mr, Uowkcr appeared for pUi Ulff, Mr. Daly for defendant. The plaint set forth thct plaintiff susd Wm. Darie »nd Ann Ellon Davi»», administratrir of oiio O'Kourkc, intestate, for that O'Koarko in ado a p. n. 1st Juno, 1871, £40 to W. A. Boss and Co., one month af^er date, tin! \V. A» Rois en dorsed to plaintiff. Defendant pleaded 1st, payment to £30 ; 2nd, that plaintiff it not the lawful bolder; the endorser...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

BATIJEDiV, 8EPTEMBS.il 9, 187G. A. PUBWc meeting will be held this evening £n the Odd Fellows' [Tall to elicit an «xpresaion of public opinion in favor of ihe Government policy in proposing .to «onftniet a railway from Townsvillo to Charters lowers, and also to request the *a<J8jber f°r the electorate to support the OoTArnaept in this project. Such arc <he objects of tlic meeting, and wo betievc there is a cnauimous feeling. in f:\vor of the railway, which only requires tlic formal sanction of a public meeting to bear pi^ctttol rflgults. .Tho railway policy »f the Government will' c3:no on for dia Ausqion probaMy next week; no time, therefore, should be lost in pronouncing in tfaror of the railway. Soino fen' obstruc ASoiuBtSiin tlio electorate consider the ]"'o Sect 0. *' sop," and nothing more. Wo have h$ard that cxpreissiofi flsed for the jpast jmonth, but not a word of argument .against the project. 'It is. a. great disap jpointment that the resolution of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

;: Dr. H. C. PURCELL, fcfffSlCIAH, SURGEON fc ACCOUCHEUR, . JiDulf Qualified Medical Practitioner under , the Quctruland Medical 4ct, ,<3»n b. CoKBta'fro Daily at bis residence, tlphnrcb Oil), opposite Masonic Hall, Miner *at. <??[>[ Dr. Little, ATE 8enior BesidtogSurgeoh, Melbourne HOB JLi pita), and Sureeob Maryborough Hospital, 9^UMMUndi Hesident next the M&lonb' Hall. Consultation Hours 2 «. ' 9 to 10 Morning,. ; 6 to 8 Evening. f H. J. W.180WKEE Stttomeg, Solicitor, roctor, dEoru bcgancei, &c.. Cm be eoiaultcS daily at IlUhon't Hotel,.. M1LLCHESTEB. J. S. Garter. BO L I 0 1 TO E UUIi&ester, and Ualn-sUeet, Charters Towers. St. B. Cowan, ATTOBNEV itro SOLICITOR, ' <J0MMIS8I0NEU FOB AFFIDAVITS, Ac., . Cjuezibs Towehs. XL Binder, WATOHMAKER, JEWELLER, Ac. . HoBsUAtt-er., CautTeu IOWBBS. AH orders executed withncatnesfi and dispatch. Coml) janrelj of.nl! kinds of GOLD UotroHT. ON WARJANG7 QENERA.L STOREKEEPER, CHARTERS TOW...

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Telegraphic News. BRISBANE. September 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

Telegraphic News. BBISBANJE. September 6. Tho Assembly, yesterday, in supply, pasaod £100,000 for roais and bridges. In tbo Council, the Goldfiedlds Am^ndmont Bill and the Telegraph Amendment Bill were read ft second timo and will be considered in Committee to-morrow. In tbe Assembly, Rtlrncr presented a petition from tbrco thousand workmen, io favor of the eight bours moreuieut. Tho Judicature Bill bos been road a second time. Tbe Bouse is now in Committee on tbe Crown Lands Alienation Hill, discussing tbo question whether r(ug»barkiug trees fthould t»o considered as improvements. It was carried in the af firmative. Tho d:£cU6sion on Die remaining clauses of tbe Bill tvi'l, probably, occupy tbo llouso fur tbe remainder of the evening, September 7. In consequent of the urgent ncceas;ty for an I i increase o! cng'mo power O1* the railways, the ] I Government lmve telegraphed to England foi scvofttl locomolires. i September 8. 'flic Royal assent bas been refused to the Marriage Deceas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 September 1876

fibUoteqjy Ointment and PilU-Hheumafcifira gn« Gaw^-Theie purifying and mottling renter diet demand the earnest Attention of *11 persons liable to rbeuinitiT, gout, sciatic, or. otber-1 painful dToctions ot the raulai nerrcs or joints. TO*Ointment shouldbe applied after the affbctGd parti hire b»r patiently fomented wiih warm water. ?)?»?>. the Cngfnt fbQuld be diligently, rubbed ojtfln tbpafljicent «ltln, unlena tbe friclion should came pain. flollowavV J'illt should be simultaneously taken torodnce Inflammation and to purify-tbe blood. This treatment abates the viMrace and .fount tbe frequency of gouf, rliou pwtism, and *11 spasmodic diseases which spring ftom nereditaJy predisposition, or from any ac a&entalt'tatattio?constitution. Xbit Ointment *ibf«ka H«rtt»a} malady; tbe Tills prcsarTe tho Tlul po-*fr,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

WANTED ft General Heriantnl onco. Apply' Una. Hakuohd, Hanttotd'e Hotel, id ill dieBt«r. WlAtJTED; b imsrfc,*eotlro Sim bb Cook »nd to te' aeoffKlly 4wera1, on Dd'«wood slttipn. -. Apply t» \T«Uli*>iI.»ilowBwv, QuecniUni National B*uk. . FENCEBS WANTED, VT Donttooil Station, to ereo; Padlooks ani Uuu i <i..d tjeir own tea j. Apply _ut i)UCfl to .\VI -l.IA.VI H. DOHBRTr, ? Queenriaiid National Ba ik. Wanted, pENDEBS for the Cutting and Delivery of 1 Log* for battery «t. ti« Samt^ae-tjsu&l extension G-old Milling OUim. Lowest tender nut aecessarily Accepted. >,San(3ep8 to b® in tJi0 °®°° °f tbe Oompaoy.. MtUobaster, uot Jafcer (ban 6 pjn., 18th SEPT, Specifications may bo aeon, on application/at tke office. . O. J. PARTES, eccretary. -Raiafeow Piospecting Gold Mining Coinpany Limited.' THB Annual General Meeting of -the Share holders id the above Company will be held in the Company a office on FRIDAY. the 22nd instant, at 8 p.m. BueineM,-To receive Statement o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

Cantion to tjio Ihiblic. THE deplorable (Sects vhlob bavo followed the use of vile compounds, sold under tho «meofr Schnapps* should prove icnutioD to 1*19 public to purchase only that beorin* the nnoe of" UDOLPHO WOLFE," to which four tbouB&na physicians have certified its eiccllcnce .do punt? overall other utimul&ntg. '* Udolpho "Wolfe's Schnapps" k" J"*" a quarter of n century before the public, and its talc steadily increasing, while HUNDREDS OF IMITATIONS fe&vo appeared And disappeared, ] earing ony run asm disgrace to all connected with tliein The,pubUo should oo longer bo duped by njunoufi, cheap, fiery compounds with forg«d curtificattB, manufactured in the colony. To protect poniumora against imitations of Udolpho Wolfe's AROMATIC sohiedam SCHNAPPS Even when offered undor other Names in this .the " Supreme Court of New Bouth Wnlej" has granted an Injunction against their sale, under a penalty or #30,000, In proof of wlitoh the Writ of Injunction mayb...

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SYDNEY. September 12. GREAT HURRICANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

8YDNEY, September 12. GEEAT HURBtOANJ?. A tremendous hnrrica/ie lias occurred here doing immense damage an<l causing devantaiion among the shipping with ureal loss of property. It is (eared that inany Jives have been lost. The hurrinine commenced on Sunday., night. Four largo JCnplish tradars dragjrtj their anehora and went ashore. bat were floated off last nigot. The Government dredge foundered a'. Manly Beach ; three now houses were blown down * the Wesleyan and Oatbolie ohurehes at Hal main wtre much injuied the pavilion in the Albert gAOunrls w»b demolished, The Government astronomer elatce that it was the heaviest gale ever recorded in tbe colony. The bills around Batbuntt nre covered with snow- -Tlie traffic by rail and telegraphic com munication were atopued. Two boys (brothers; were drowned at Peter* : sham.

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

Public Meeting. On Saturday oveninp a publie tneeiln£ called ' by Mr. F, H» Htubley, Chairman of the Charters | Tow«rs Committee, wu attctopl64 to be held in the Oidfeltow^ft Haf?, but *owiit(f tb the -*dis< grachful conduct fff a- gang o(." lof Airish," headed by Mr. Tom Kelly, tljo 'obifect ofthe meet-iiig was defeated by force, and, In place of di-cu-siou and fair argument, there was Nothing but howling And mob Uw. The Mboyai'L tbo moment the ln<nps were lighted,all ''fowled in,*' Miid took their **sates jquite nod pooeable." They came £liere because they warn M tojrld," an) ibat was enough'for tbem. Thejr cot the word to *' boo," and u baa M and4i baa,'fi&hsy would, Glory be to God! The moment MHtTon' . KeJIy entered, and manahed up the hall with tUiit well-knbwn regal step-t-only vjpible in de* cendunts of the ouldAncient tings of Ireland there was a hurro I The fine Kerry Doric In fts mellifluous bast, tuinjHed with thf-Gonnetnara twang and th« Do...

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MELBOURNE. September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

MELBOURNE. September 1$. I A oeary fiale extending orer.the whole colony; I much destrnction of email craft in the harbor The chemical forks' at Tarrsrilto' burnl down : during the Rule, the Iom fading climated at | £10.000 The firemen were nearly eaffoCatpd bv I the fnraee of the sulphur anil acids.

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THE MACHINES. DE[?]ANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

THK MACHINES. DEFUKCB* Tone. Claim. - O*. dwt, gr. £78 8t. Patrick Block ... 763 0 0 8t. Patrick block going through. , V. lUBt tDUISA.. lilt K. Austrniiui) No. 4-K.... 818 14 12 ENT£&PAI4B. No. 4 Queen going through. KEVEB DB8PAXB. - fit. Patrick No. I going Ahrougn.,,

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NEW ZEALAND, AUCKLAND, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

NEW ZEALAND, APCKLAKP, YPPFAMBCR IS. | jug oan Francisco man uae arrived. The latest Knglish news slate* tliat 60.000 Serriata had cocupied tt atro» g |Msi£ieii to resjqt ilie advancementuf-JO0,OOO Turks. bit Stafford Northcuie auocceds Ditraeli :as Premier. * Gereral Terrr defeated flie JSiou* Indians, who Joii 760 men io the Gglit. Wo understand that Mr. Ousack rounded up the *' boys" on Saturday afternoon, an* wenl uut to tlie Columbia for that purpose, the h- ai centre. Wr. Torn Kelly, and toe secretary to the 'joly Brotherhood, Mr. John O'FJynn, met in conclave the same day, and prepared difipatohe* which won't'be published in ttie next Qaz&te. We are informed that a recently appointed J. V. brought a reinforcement of wages men from the Kuinbow, and that erery t&emis that could be used wre employed to bring up ao over powering force. The wholeopposition was founded on falsehood misrepresentation and treachery. Tho Asiatic Japanese troupe will make tliejr first a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

Mails. r '? Mall* arrire a< Charters Towers-- j Fvotfi'MircliOtfr dtfly, IT « 6*30 prin. H Townt-fille , BimdAy and Thursday. 8 p.m. ,, BwnBwood : Do. *do. 641.n1. Saturday. ! #t Dairy iplet 4 pm. Monday. ? " Untightou* 8 p.m. Butiday. j ' <*Maili depart from Cliortrm Towers. j For MNlcbpfter dnilyrfl'80 n.tD., 6 p.m. | . t> Tuwnsrillej Wediuttdiiyitnd Sfiiuh!rtr,lj s.m \ " Kavonwoud . Do.." do., Monday,,4-eiin. ? ,M Dalnnplei Bundfly,9a.m. I * " Baugbton i JVfd-csfiay and,8BlurdBy»8a.tn AUem£iti arc coftitaitiy made (0 persuade tbc pub.iu by those who «11 and import deleterious concoctions of unwholesome liquor and eouie other ibgrodfenUfUiat those vile compounds sro it oo.reipeet inferior and any in fact, similar to Udolpbo Wolfed Schiedam Aromatic bcbtinppB. Only those trbo have novor used, the genuine article «ra imposed upon.

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Mining News. WEDNESDAY, Sept[?] 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

Stilling News. Wednesday, Sept. 28. Thk Queen sf ill continues to keep hcrgood name. All the claims ar« quietly and steadily working, witl\ no rush or .excitement. and constantly pouting out golden quartz-night end day. Komc of them, more particulary No. 4 S.W., have fo^nany weeks actually kept the mill going, the pUim ' mentioned having crushed between seventeen and eighteen hundred tons m a. stretch, and yielding 'high dividend* to the shareholders. Mr. Jackson, oi No. 6 S W-t has now neftriy completed underground npemtionp, and will shortly commence raising stone in real earnefet, to make up for lost time, when ibe Queen will lixk still brighter. bereru) other claipis have been, and are now, doing dead worki but raising o< stone will shortly be resumftd, and consequently more wagemen will be'employed. There are ten claimSt and. with (tie exception or two, all are etoping, hariup, at an aggregate, about one thousand five hundred -tons of stone at grass, and employing so...

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