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Charters Towers Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

Charters Towers Committee . & £PJSQll3( Dieting x»f tlie Charter* Toworn Commits Vafl held op Monday evening ol HtttitOTM* liolel. Prc-eni i Mienf*. Siubley, JiimTwn, MaJoo)pj, Bosk, Wnip, O'Katic, and Acktl*. A dralt of h petition to the Legialatir Aii|5bV^W ® .tailtvaj' fmm TownBville t Charter* Towert wob read anrl a«lnpUM. Arrange - «lPJtt!B WW madr for obf«ininj» signnlitree to the peUlion and forwarding it by next uuil, if* pptjible. The following is the petition . . TO TAB 0OVORABLS THB LnOIdUTlirfi A68BUBLV. ' OF IJPffBKBUKD IN 1UBLUUENT ASSEMBLED - TJie .Hpmbl1; Petition of. the undersigned Inhabitant* of Chart ITS Tow or* Gold 6 eld. in the Colony of Queensland, '0HJnV2T8: . That there crista tin rgent necessity for tli* ronetfnetlon <?f a Ha i I wny from Toffiisviile t Chattel* Topers. That ju the !a»t yeftr three thotisar.d (3000) tone of good* w^re ht-'-ived on thia field from Townftill.-, «nd thU amount it likely tu be larjfely increaird «'V.-rj year...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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THE REEFS. QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

pj ' tnB RKi-rFS. Prospecting claim, Marshall and part?, forme* manager.-The shaft i« 1(5 and the underlay 140ft. f otn wnie-i lere! drives are being put i>< north-east and south-weal, the reef in both averaging 2ft» of which e few tone are n«>w grasAed, having only reee»-ily crashed. 8ii hands engaged, A substantial wbitu In a b«en recently erected, and when the drives bave b tn put in, and etoping commenced, it will, probably, nave its work to do. No. 1 fiouth^wast., Mowatt and party, former manager.-This claim it continuing to give good dividend*. Thi tut crushing* of 427 (out, yielded 2 ou. to tJie Ion, anil the pn*srut ..rushing of about £00 ton* fa expccted to pn equally well. They are at present storing up from Whitehead** boundary, the reef being from 4 to6 ft. wide, and, taking into consideration that twelve men arc constantly working in two ahifts, another laige crushing will soon be raited Mr Mowatt means work. Nj. 2,Caveyand party* BichaHsm - the recent ...

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northern miner. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

!kd]mit MEm, WEDNKSDAV, 8EPTEMBKR 13, 1878. Wei.i may Ml-, Maobosran exclaim, whe-i h" bail'» .of the disgraceful pro ceed tigs of liis Tai on Satui'day night last in the ( (3d Fe lows' Hall, '' rfavc tue from my friends." His follower ljeie have povecftueir cspaci-y to yei", to roar . oppqsv^on, and 10 suppress free ' discussion of a'u important ; uijlic quest on They succeeded n iheir object; and the . nieetng . was dissolved, . They Jiave 1»Ujht the' ^h'nking and intelligent men on this -field « lesson-a lesson much wanted Tiore-tliHt' no conciliation, 10 oonoeasi,,n of civil and'rel gious vqiiali y ?will satisfy a fcajctioh of tlie Irish people. Unfortunately f.ii- Querisland, she has hitherto receivedja:ily the dregs of the very l iWestJili-atuui of th -Irish papulation ?-a mass ofuneducated, stolid ignorance, *with nfre*'exceptions, yori itontes in gufgite vasto, Aialtla to -bo led, like a flock of'Bheep, often 10 their onn des ruction by ambitious demagogues, and, bl.ndly sub...

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

Dr. H. C. PURCELL, PffSSICIAK, 6BBGE0N tc ACCOUOHEOE, ZMg Qualified Medical Practitioner under the Quctmlattd Medical Act, Cut be Coksulted DAILY et liis residence, Ctuuroh Bill, oppotlte Miuonio Hall, Mlner-et. Pr. Little, Consultation Hour»i _0|o iOHorsuig. - 6 to fl Erening. H. J. W. BOWBJEE Sttornj®, Solicitor, roctor, (fEon* fceganca, fcc.v Cu be eomulted dailj ftt Hiihon'e Bold, MlU-CHESrER. J. 8. Carter BOI>IOlTO£ KttUbetter, and Main-itreet, Charter! Toirere. 3. B. Cowan. ATTOBNEV tm 80LICIT0B, COUUISSIONBU m AFFIDAVITS, io.,, Oatsrat Tomms. B. Binder, watchmaker, JEWELUER, ix. UOSSHAK-ST., OBABTKBa lowsu. AHordenortentcd H-ithneatntManddiBpatoh. Small ruweU of allkiudi of GOLD Boconr. ON WAR JANG, GBNERAL STOREKEEPER, CHAETEIW TOWEH8. I. ALAND, UCTISHIEER * C®H)8fl!BBII®EI fl®EUT ; VIHEB BTBEET, Office t TiernejV Mining Eichtttige Hotel, j CHARTERS TOW BUB, | William Jackson, ] jl V C I I O » E E Jt , General Commission jlgent, UOSBUAN 6TBEET. A W, S. TOLL & CO.,...

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BRISBANE September 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

BRISBANE Secf-ember IX. The English criekcters leave this montl). Punuh has written to the LondoD Standard, exposing thi* disgraceful manner the Tyno treated Tuckott, who abandoned the intercolonial coiitiftt with America, that tie might row Lumsden. It was proposed to present Trickett with « testimonial. A serious accHcnt occurred on Saturdnj evening, as the steamer *' Eiwra* " wan returning from the 3avf after a visit to the " Petri/' Fraiil Molt was drowned. Walsh, the member, and several others were injured ; intense excitement prevailed; every Attention was given by the police to the sufferers; the body has not }e* been recovered. Gcptcinber 12, 5*60 p.m. . In the AssQmb1y>to*day, Mttcro*san's Bill lo divide the Kennedy electorate iuto two elec* torate#, was read a fiist time. Thorn gave notice of the introduction of a PAyment or Mejnl>er«.Expenses Bill. Notifies of motion weru given, by Morehead for a Bedfstributiou of Electorates Hill; by Petjigrew for more Railway surv...

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Telegraphic News. TOWNSVILLE. September 11. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

Telegraphic News. T0WN8V1LLB. September 11. (FJ10U A COEBESPOKDKNT.) THE Great Ajiatio IVoupe have been performing j here wit h wonderful eaccres. It is comiderrd i the bfis! cutfrta'ntnent of the klni tb*t*iia* urcr 1 visited the North. Itjin»ceed8 to tfao Towers in I time to |»)ay on Saluray nigbt. I

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 September 1876

BIRTH. KERR.—On the 9th inst., at her residence Mossman-st., the wife of C. Kerr, of a son.

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MELBOURNE September 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

AlfitliQUHXK I floptomhiT 16. TJiu lSlpftoml I«m U bring dUcuisud lit Com ujittce. A motipu to prevent dual voting negatir^. 4 further uioliou prohibiting hii-eiings in public bouBrt bet-^ccu (be 1IH51 of nouii»inti\»» UiW potting i bv u majority oi" out. A UiU lias beiijiUrodacod in ibo Assembly which provides fuj flfejibolilkm of payment oT the oiembeid oftlej'JJocil The .'Dundonottrf" watt insured for £14.000. , Tlio Aaerably defined to confer ths franchise oa ieiualo wtqiyi'flri. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

WANTED ft perton who understands i AppJjr, Mka. Tooucr, dreumakor. WANTED a General tiervant »tQnce. ' Mbs. UitfsiroltD, Hftrutoni'e Hole' Clieeter.' fl&CE£& frAXTED* A 1' DoUwood SlUloli, to enot P«dloi§i i\ Hull; fliio their owu tcooi* OI>W to Wtu I AM H. DOHBRT Qucomla'.id Natioijri

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LONDON. September 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

flBNDOir September 2. A state council fcttprjclaimed Abdul Iiayued 1 Sultan of Jki ike v. | GeneraW Vrbermoi1 urges tho Sorviunb to ft j vigorouw^ jrtuatio ; of tho war, now that the troops\M . imted1 increased efficiency. IhJF M defeated ibe Turks, who oc cupy ;oa oia the bauk of tho Moravia M i,lie last number of the Avttf W . . hero arc several clcv<M^ll|H||iiMpfc ^ t tbe collision t>ctweeft^S*ff^j0|p| Troupe opel||^Mj|{|fcAJ| monster ^plXtfiun opposite t]M*4UNflEVwi|I ?h*4trraiwamiiits for toting the-40Mtot ..!& df the huwj, perfect Litul. TJio fiTfnrnnnf In altogott.er cfiff^ry^t from most cir"ti* cxhlbitions/l and well ctfculatcd to eatisfy all tfistue. .< 4 telegmq was received on Wednosddy,.A>y a *«ombtfr46ffbo,ChtM.tT«'l,ovvcjii Committee, from til© lion, tbu Premier, in reply to oi;o asking him ab»ut tba punt, stating that he was arraugiug for & punt over the Burdckiu before the wul season. to haV# tjifcjr namels pWedou ibc elect...

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Police Court, Millchester. SEPTEMBER [?] Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

Polios Court, Millohoster &BPTKUBEH Before C. 8. DICHEN, Big.. |*,||, . Ji>lm Parsons ». Joseph Hnrreyaod Alfred Chicki-illegally branding, Mr. Carter appeared for prosecutor. H«rgo»nt Mutlior' depose!: Produces the registered brand «f Parsons, 3APtin de fendants' repute red brand i» Ky6 ( Andrew Diehia'e registered brand ii DIE; saw a beast dcMiibod in the information, a light brown steer with a redish neck, in the poliso yard i Paraoiu' braud and dsfeudknts' brand appear on the beast j tlia first iG the oldest brand j the other Ii immediately .under it ou tbe near side, John Parsons, grflHer, residing ut nisUton, deposed: 8»w Chiuk at bis ptaoe on the 20tb August i saw the beast mentioned in tbe in formation in tlie yard; it ia bit bona fide property i i' bears liis registered brand, 3 AT oo Inoar ribs t it n'«o ban defendants' brand, Kjfl buujitb bis bnuid, and wa put on after hil Jmnd i bred the bust i it ia a light roan with a . rjii neck i fifteeo months old ; -aere...

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Mining News. THE REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

SUttiog News. THE JftKBFS. iDus «*f the (mi phases of the new Mining Bye figgr-Js the-^ower.given diggers of taking up fe tttedfltf M» an old or tfaaattaaed nefi 4^ flHamlM fv Mstfers, «flA4uu fi||>«be~*»di*set,if «ot*J>e direct, smm-oT Jbfett 4pp*f* -Which inn abandoned 4etng4ak<*tT Ik'tlil -tib* wafted, la Oeveral iuitawoea,, Wlh-profit. apeaft ore applied for almost uTery day, tirifl ^''tisusntioni" tut uow universal . in Hie outside loculiliee of the field.- X have visited tV main <line$sovidfal4im«s, and I thought it only fair that tho minor lines should hare thtHx tarn occasionally. The first visited wus (be 41 Empress of the -Nortb^' This is ah old «$af, aud but .bean in occupation by various partiN,. frfrtt .tjob to time, for Lb* lwt throe or four jeaft-; It u situated across theoreek, at the Wk ut the ChuWi of England, uaU is supposed to W a continuation of tbo * Day Dawn/ Who first opened, vary pansablo gold w«s got in the p.c. and soioeof the n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

Cobb & Cos. Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches. Wttli 'W" followe until further notice: Ji From Olub Hotel, Olinrber* 'Povera, and trap Hi#kon'a Hotel, MUlcbfester * ^ ®iwoB*4od on Wednesday* ond^Baturdaya, it 6 a.m., returning the following WILLIAM JAOKSON, Booking Agent. Cut out this Advertisement. When going South in eparch of HEALTH, '1. > n ! Cqt-oqt this Adrtrtitanont, , Iix order that you may find the Establishment OF SIMS and PARSES, MEDICAL' HERBALISTS, 846,?? GEORGE-btebet NORTH, Sidsct, WHO TBEAT ALL DISEASES B* TOR UBS Op HERBS ONLY. And who may he beard favorably spoken of in limpet e»ery 'goldBeld in tlio Colonies. HUNDREDS riiit this KstahliBhmebt yearly, who go to Sydney in search of th&t Health Ibey have lost:.and, to those unable to come, wd undertake to forward MrorciKE and APVIOR ^ part, pf the ooloniea, on receipt of Cub or PotlntBce Order for Osb Popmj and upwarde. Elliotts CHAMPAGNE QUININE WlNli.-Ijiijhlv reoom. tnended by Iho Faculty and...

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THE MACHINES. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

THE MACHINES. Hint LOCUA.. Todi. ~ Oiaiin.. . O*, ZQ / -&rib'« Homo ... ... 78 6 0 - Koinbowjta * 161 4 0 Welcome p.c. guiog thtoofh. HITS* CfSPAl*. 600 St. fotrick No. 1 S.-K... 1905 7 0 ©KE-AKD-aLL. £96 ft&iubow p.c. 675 It 12 . DEflAMOB. 6t, Patrick block going Ibrougtk ttfTEfcPHttK. Q^een 3fu. 4 going through.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

WA1TBP; a aotlre Mao u Cook and .gaUon1" yrSXA Hi &E& Queensland National Bank. ^ohkbtj, PerryTeiiderg EOAljS DEPARTMENT, noeth«EN - Invited atid' D > -. n|5. ' Charters TiiWfln-Toii, ^Hg^°'onCro«lng" S»!-aos»oo3 a"d kill- j Botrtn *nd ^wnteliooa «n be awn at tbe Couwbouec, I HUlrbesteriind Townsrllle, du stRoadi Office. Boirta, , i. ti. UoMlL'LA.tt."'? I ; ". THIfcOItEAfc1 ' j ASIATilflMFfc TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. GRAND OPENING NIGHT. ' POSITIVELY *06 4 F£W -NIGHTS' ONLY. WILL,sppesr 10 .their Mammoth Paviltoh i _, «Pliotif the Albion Hotel _ 9ro^bcr. tlie.onl^oppoffbnitf- ofseeiiig tW Gland Combination Troupe, f previous to their dmMtiirs far Oookto»u e* wide to Japan. .1 . ^"^"-Drew Circle,Pit, lis; children fcMf-pri«. A limited number it chain «UI be . «jrred, tbe -prtco for -wbloVwil] ho Vs. 6d. ? w«U/4r J«me cnh ketteurei-at Mr. M«lcdlm,» ... ^fi!UHv:dtu%J N B-No Smoking Allowed. F«ED. LVONB.-Jtowy. Notlue. clo»e to future at Ooe OClock on SArOBom instead of at ...

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Police Court. SEPTEMBER 12TH, 1876. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN, Esq., and Messrs. ROSS and KIRK, J'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

Police Oourt 6I-PTEM»EB lfertt, 187C. BEVOBB 0. 8. DICXEH, ERQ., and MCUN. KM 5 .ODELIUT, J'«F. ITuIter F, Gsurin r. Thomas tCichotl, assault "Mr, Carter appoared far complainant. Xh«comi>1ainanY, a hoy under 14 years, dc« posed that be Was in Thomas Lincoln # employ* ui»nt tailing catils t on ibi) 9th dsjilfiudant followed liitu out of the town; be ove'toolc bits between Sandy Cwek and LincoluV; he caught bun by the left arm and said, 4' I'll five it to yon for falsi: swearing in court;" we# a witness iu Lincoln** caM for horse-shooting; be took the enVk produced tad beat him wltb it across the backs he was *11 bruiped ; he picked op tbc .lick afterwards» is 11 j&a* old-; Dr. Little examined liim; ho was notublo to Work after tbo beating} pave lilm no pnerocation. By Defendant; When defendnnt passed liim Mr#. Farriuyden end auotber woman were pas* ing; it wut aoout naif %«aile from Lincoln's t hollared outj did r.ot speak to a woman and tell her be would give bin three m...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

Saturday, septeubub is, i 876. THE electoral lists of this district have ? been sent in by the colluc oin. We havo 1 not ascertained the exact number of n .mea | on the lists, they am, ire learn, about' 1200. The total namei on the electoral toll of the Kennedy last yeir w^s 1426, of which 902 belonged to the Polios diatgiot of Charters Towers; There aro persons now on the field whose aauae do not appear on the lists, but tlwy have the means of - putting their . aa>n»» oq before the 10th of October, hf fil'Mg «p the uecessarytornw. We would advise all who desire to have a voice in the legislature of the colony not to neglect (bin opportunity of obtaining tbe franchise.; The present time is big with imp >rtant' issues forthe country; and it behoves all; who wish lo secure their civil and religious liberties to use their influence itij bringing (he full strength and intellig<moci of the electorate to baprin future elections. < .The present Assembly -will be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

H. c,; -PTOkiwiifi?V:' : 7ls*sic£i|ii sij'pd^ Qualified Htiiical rrra&tipiuriM<itr.,s 'Medical ^ti,('.W') &iot Aiaittg SuijiA SMbpiiM» «i.a ] . JUvauffltfyjfl 'S^rgefinSlmWroura^OBOit^H QtfecWtftd, * Ijeixdgnfc nefy the*Mhfdn«':H{iH.r I .; .. . Consultation Hours: 5 ' "At r 9 to lO-Morning.i 6 to 8 Evening. , '.H.'.Ji'HJff BOW&ER fitioripgV ^StliriuvrXBttm, Wife ? / <,) itganm,j ^*n|i# ebnnilteg daily at Hi«bon'«'Httel, ??. .'.? ,.;? AUiiliCpESrEB. . «"..*« kT, B» Co^r-an, ":i 5 AWtmjJgY *W SOLICITOR, couiasstoNBii fob AFFiBivrre.^., ' '". . , CBiilEBS T0KEB8. .;;tt ; "E. Binder, WATOHUASPiR, JEWKLJi.Eff, *9 ? Mo8bmak-*t.; c&mtotp Towws. ;' All ordet*ex6cated frith neatness and dispatch. 8tnall parcels of «li kmdscffioiD.Bor'OHT. ... GENERAL STOmiKli CHABTEMTOWBRB. I. AEAIJD, u«m©sa£iER * e®sara88®iisss ascot *».' jto»EB 8TOBET, Office i tfsirrter'e Bllninfc Exchange Hotel, ' y ? - CHAttTKKS TOWHUB. William JackBon, 4 V 0 t 10 JV...

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SYDNEY. September 13. SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

SYDSEV. 'September 13. . SUll'WUIiCK. Tbe " Albart »VilUaxn#, barqoe, frum Adi* laidc, Arrived at Newcastle, reports the total loss I of (he M Dandeiicng," siuou'Cr. from Melbourne to Sidney, off Jervi» Bay. The barque saved I twcnt>»eigbt puacngers and twclro seamen; forty persons are cuiuidurvd lost. The chief officer* who wm one of (be saved, reports that tbo *' Dandmung " left Melbourne on Friday cloning; before daylight on Monday, off Cape EveranJ, an easterly gale iucreosing j high soa running and ship Isboriug heavily, arid shipping plenty water; immediately afterwards the en* 1 gineer reported flint tbe engines were brokgu down | the roptuin bsulod the ship off the laud and found the main shaft broken ibud a bolt* knocked in the bottom ofllio steamer '; the ship begun to male water and gradually.io settle down ; a ret*ul wu then seen on the pjrt bow, and icing signalled, rati along bide and threw a rope tut missed; the M Du»den.*ngV" boats wore then lowered,a frightful se...

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Telegraphic News BRISBANE. September 18, 7.5.p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 September 1876

Telegraphic Slews BRISBANE. September 18. 7.6.p.i Iv tbe Atibcmblj*, Lurd presented a 'petition . from the Gyrapic publicans praying for pro* led ton ugsiiml tbu Sly Grog-*elIiug Bill ; liu also presented a petition upainst the aueliou system *bc Laud Bill, in favor of increasing hop.eeud apeus to 1000 acres j also i^ petition infarer of the Works and EaQway po^cy of tbe Ministry. Thorn btatxd that instruction® bad been giveu to dispatch from England railway muteriul direct to Keppcl Bay for 'the construction o tbe Great Northern Line, A Bill opportunity# Orerond railway cou* tract will bo bid before the Uoum to-morrow tile.) Tbo House is now in Committer on the Lund BiH; Eighteen yaat? of ago is fixed as the minimum &ge of selectors, Uiu Slat Claueo i* iiou being discussed. 9. IB. p.m. On tbe Land Bill, Haly1* motion allowing a married man to sotect homesteads fpr all bis children of eighteen year* of ago wag* negatived by 23 to 10 i Qii tbe vlouso determining the area to b...

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