ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Northern Miner, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,231,156 items from Northern Miner, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,231,156 results
Horthern Hliner. [?] SEPTEMBER 20, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

USES I) A V, SEPTEMBER 'JO, 1SJC. iftowngville Herald cannot surely be | sled as the oxponput of public i |tu in Townsvilie. Its imbecility is l ^ing more transparent every day ; t adds now to its former constitu ; weakness a new disease engrafted i from Millcliester-untruthfulness. ' Towusville Press at one time was at ; trustworthy and reliable as a record je trivial and unimportant events of run, beyond which it seldom ven Now, however, it lias soared into ! fiigli regions of politics, and the higher i| unfortunate paper flies the more f <8t it loses. It lias got into a coin i ptate akin to D, T.t whero the vision is ' sr disturbed or sees imaginary horrors ; |y06 its unreasoning condemnation oi ' ^Government, its childish demanBtra on the A. B. C, principle af tbeir iff of sincerity, honesty and all the 'W' virt ieB always found in post lensland Governments. Tl;e people of (New Towers", their Committee and ite ^Ijaodings are looked at through Mill P ier spectacles, In...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

Dr. H. C. PUBCELL, - PHYSICIAN, 6DRQE0N k ACOOUOHEUB, | Duly Qualified Medical Practiticncr under the Qucentlattd Medical Act, ' Can be Gossdvted DAILY at bis residence, I ChUrob Bill, opposite Masonic Hall, Minor-»t. 1 ~~ Dr. Little, ~ T ATE Senior Residing Surgoon, Melbourne Hos JLi piU),*nd Sureeon Umyborougb Hospital, Qunnilwd, Resident next the -Masons' Hill. Consultation Hours;? 9 to lOMofciing. 6 to 8 Evening. . :-;H. 4MOTOB ~~ Sttonug, Counter, roctolf 'fceganpci, Oftii be consulted -daily at Hubon*a Hotel, MILLCII JESTER, J. B. Cowan, ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR, COMAOSSIONEII Sob AFFIDAVITS, too., CoA&TEBS XOWZBS. B. Binder, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &a. MOSSHAN-ST., CfiABTKBS ToWEE8. All orders executed with neatness and dispatch. Small parcels of all kinds of Qoiv BOUGHT. ON WAR JANG, , <3 EN ER AL ST ORE K E E P ER, j CHARTERS TOWERS. ' I. ALAND, tsseTneweein * e@esi6»aeso®gs fleets?. iuKee sriiEET, Office t Tiemey's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOi...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

SYDXKV Noiilrmbcr 13. Boioinon ijevy hag hcou arrcfi!ed for forging of bills of cxcbango it* tho umuc of Montaguo tcry. A public meeting is to bo hold on Tuesday %o establish a - D^ndcuong " tfeliof Fund. September 19. Bracknell v, Vickery; t l»o latter granted an qppeitl to tho Privy Council. MELBOURNE. September 19. Tlic full Court upheld tho decision re Chinese Lottery case, nil appeal to tuo Privy Council is talked of. Kims It^evcB visits tlic colonic?. The cose against AiusworLh, ibo second ofllccr of the " Barrabool," in the recent collision case boa been dismissed. A discovery o,l nickcl ore has been made ut Mount Lofty, i In the MilJcb.CdLer palicc-cjjrt on iliu lSlh, a ccrtincOttc of uaturaligntiou wag granted to Geo, Mchalls, John Ho&kina v Hugh Mod'nan and James. McUopuld v baido adjourned until Tburs day% Persons whose names have boon given to the coltcotors of the cleotornl lists need take no fur» tber trouble-*heir names "ill be on the roll; it is those only wh...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic News. BRISBANE, September 18 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

Telegraphic News $BISBANT& September 18 I Ik the Assembly, today, StereiiMm presented u gutiitou from 300 elector* of Clermont, iu favor of the extonsiou of the Northern Railway in that tUrotion rather than to Lurlioe. Boll ga?e notice of a motion to introduce a Bill fuf tUc registration and branding of sheep in certain districts. I Murphy gar* notice of motion for £1500 to be i placed on the Ejtiwgics for roods from Cooktown i ta Pinchers Bay, And lor £3000, for a surrey ofa i railway from Cooktown to Byerfetown. On tbo lutimoto* coming on for discussbn, Dickson, the Colonial Treasurer, said bo would probably have to ask for tmotbor vote ou account ne*t fteek * tbo Executive und Legislative &4limQtes were pasted, but <tn acriuiomou & debase ensued op. tUe vote for tbe Governor* private aoorefcary and (be Governor'* travelling expenses, The Government made a distinct | remise tuat the ofiieet of clerk of tbe ISxecutivc and tbe Governor's private se...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Police Court SEPTEMBER 19. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

Police Oourt SEPTEUD&n 19. Before C. 8. DICEEN, Keq.. P.M. Jnnaea Collins on suspicion of being of unsound mind. Senior Constable M'Donnld deposed that prisoner came to him to the lock»up on Sunday ; ne bed ar axe, and said tbe devil was following bim and he bad tbo axe to protect bicofe'.f. Dr Litili deposed to examining«he prisoner on Sunday, I e was thei suffering froa an attack ot delirium iremeat exuuined him a^aiu lo-dny be considered bim fit 10 be discharged now. The prisoner was then discharged and was cautioned agAinst indulging in driukto excess. James Kelly and Thomas Tighe-robbery from the person of a watch and chain and gold ring, the property of H. Powell. Mr. Cowan appeared for accusod. Henry Powell, barman to W* A. Boss, Mill cheater, deposed j Knew prisoner Kelly ; on Saturday iiijght lost, 16th, was at Mrs. Bedford's close on 12 o'clock ; bad a watch and chain and a lady's dressing ring with (our green stones in it, and a few ehilliage in I110 left band tro...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

JOHN M'DONALD, MOSSUAN fiTBEKT, Has Now to Hand LA11GE and VARIED STOCKS OF GROCERIES. WINES & 8PIEIXS, CEOCKEEY, IRONMONGERY, MEN'S CLOTHING AND BOOIF, Wmcm, For. Price and Quality, ABE KOI to BE SURPASSED. OBOCERIES: TEA, in cherts, balfabests, and boxes, of 6 fiud 12 lbs. each CHINA Tea, in packets 80LTAN Coffee, in .tins COY'S No. 1 Sugar JOHNSON and KNLGHT's Jams, Marmalade FBESH Bud kippered Kerings, Findon Haddocks, American salmon, Pickled ealmon, ling fish, PEPPEE, in bulk and & and £ lb. tins, C0LEMAK*6 Mustard, Keen'e D.8.F. Mustard* Currants, Eleme, Sultana and Muscatel B&isins. Oatmeal, capers, currie, American awd Frenob fruits in syrup, Pie apples iu tins, dried apples, Morton's pickles, Lea it Perriii"8 and other Sauces, Prunes, preserved ginger, hops, TAYLOB& EPF's Cocoa, CADBUBY*d Chooolate, Confectionery, &o. TOBACCO, Haven, Twist, Punch and Manilla CIGABS, And Manilla CHEBOOTS, P RODVC El BDTTER, MAIZE, BEAN and POTATOES, A...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Legislative Assembly. SEPTEMBER 7. THE BURDEKIN BRIDGE. (From the [?]) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

Legislative Assembly. 8&FT3HBKH 7. TUB BDItl)EK[N BRIDGE. (From the Gtntrier.) Ok the oder of tbe day being re art fur tbe consideration of an address to tho Governor, relative to a bridge across the Bnrdekin ftivcr, between IWnSFilfe and Charters Towen, the House went into committee, and Mr. MaeroBBan rose, and fluid it was jn bis opinion scarcely necessary a second time for bioi to explain to tlie JIuute tbe necessity for n bridgo of a substantial character. acrosB tbe. Burdckin River on (be road from Torusville to Charters Towns* A week ftgo be bad referred at Boino length to the matter, but since thut time be bad receited further information in regard lo tbe traffic on tbe rand. I£e stated on tbe p cvious occasion that the traffic across the river in one direction was worth £3000 a-ye^r, but siuce lie bad been informed that in 1875 it amounted to £6000, and was gradually in creating. Lion, members would alto rocoUcct tSat he mentioned baring sent to Charters Towers to ob...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Machines. NEVER DESPAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

The Machines. Kerns DEsrAin. " Cllli,n- , Or. dwt. B liiwn stone, Jutt-in-Timo SO ? Mundic fl <lo. ... Q 12 AUibumu p.c. going through. SNZWiPBlSS. Quoen No 4stfulb-\rest... S237 6 United Englismet) going -through, UAUr LOUtBL. Welcouio p.c. going throucb. DEPlAMOfi*. St. Patrick bJook going though.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

IVom Mr Dalissor who vmb in town yesterday we learn that the line bas been, pegged ont a*, far u the Houghton, and tM preliminary trial lovcii hare been completed as far aa fbeTowert, there fe nothing therefore Jeft how to do but to oeiaplete the pegging out oE the line.-It was reported ip Tptrneville on Thursday evening by a carrier that gold bad been discovered some thirty milei up the Boss River, but we hare not yet been able to interview the informant and are therefore not in a position to say anything further 011 the subject i-Totoiitvillo Herald 16' h, There is no virtue of a remedial kind in the wcalted medicinal importations which are an nounced to contain the same curative ingredients as Udolpho'Wolfe's Schiedam Aromat£o Sobuapps or to possess its peculiar properties. The pubtio would do well to avoid each humbugs, as well aa beware of counterfeits of the rcaj article, Both are rululU'rutod ant} hurtful, Inquire for the genuino. WANTED, a smart, actite Man as Cook and to bo...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 September 1876

w ANTED a person who understands sewing Apply, Mbs. Tooagr, dressmaker. To be Let on Tribute, TWO Portions of tlie Duke of Wellington P.O. For particulars, apply to the manager, on the claim. Tender* to be lodged with the A.J.S. Bank, Charters Towen, oo or before MONDAY, the 25tU itutani, at$ p.m.; the lowest or any tender not necessarily ancepted. O. J. Oboptok, i Manager, A.J.B. Bank, Charters Toweis. | THE GREAT ASIATIC TB0UPE.I Glorious Bucoess I Crowded Houses Nightly! Everybody Delighted! GEAND CHANGE OF Peoseamme ] TO-NIQET1 Now Acta by tl.e Japanese-New Songs & Dances | By the European Artlstca. . Grand Fashionable Mid-day Performance, ] for the convenieooo of school! nod tamiiiea, OJH SATURDAY NEXT, September 28 rd. Posit ively for A FcW^igllla Only! Fbep. LYONS, Agent. J Ferry Tend'&ra BOAD8 DEPAETMENT, NORTHMEN DIVISION. >*' C<EPABATE Tenders are hereby invited ahd 1 |J will be reoeired until NOON on MONDAY, the Oth of October next, for three...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

JOHN M'DQNALD, UOSBMAN STREET, Has Now to Hand LABGEand VAIilEl) STOCKS Of CBOCEBIES. WINES A SI'IRIiU, CltOOKEHV, IRONMONGER, MEN'S CLOTHING AND BOOIS, Wnica, For Price $nd Quality, ABE NOT to BE SVEVASam OBOQEX9XQ8 : TEA, in chctU, faolf-cbeita, aad bojtn, of S aiid IS lb*, each CHINA left, in packet* 8ULTAN Coffee, iu tiiu. OOTCt No. 1 Sugu; JOHNSON and SN1QHTY! Jams,. Marmalade FBE8Q eud kippered Herings, Findon Haddocle, Anieripan talaioa, raided aulmon, ling fish, PEEPER, in bulk and 4 <uid I lb. tine, COfcEMAN's Uugtard, geen'e D.B.F. Mu»l»rd- Curranta, Eleine, Sultana sad Utucatel linuine. Oatmeal, capere, cuxrie, American and Freuuh fruits in eyrup, Pi» applet lu tint, dried apples, Morttra'apioklra, Lea$ Pecpii'a and other Saucea, Prunee.pweervea gtogw.hofe, TiYLOR & EPP> Cocoa, CADBPUY'« Cbooolate, Conleoti >0(17, tip. TOBACCO, Bareo, Xtrlat, Punch and Vanilla 010 ABB, An« Vanilla CHEROOTS, PRQDIIQB; JIUTTEB, UAIZE, BRAN andfOXATOBS, ADELAIDE FLOU...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

SEUINGMT! Clearing Out of Business! A. MA.C.OPLM, ? KAVING' docUert tiu auliuig Uis -UutityiB& ;tG Filter OFFEH, will "commetico atonce to OLEAKGFF his iAHOB-StOUK of ~ FANCY GOODS . AXb HOUSEHOLD JFUliiSITUEE ?; . 4* ^ Sydney Prices t The following List contaius the Pricps of a few j of tbe Articles in the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Department. Strang Double Iron Bed it ends ... £3 10 0 Do. Binglc Do. Do.' ... 1 16 O Do. Onk-bottom Churi, eub ... 0 6 6 Do. Asior-Grcciiado.' do. ... Oil 0 Do. Ckso Hoolriiu Oluln do. ... 1 It 6; Do. Children!1 iiigh do, do. ... 0 7 6! Do. Cane bottomed Hocking- \ « i» «| Gbaiie, spiudle-back, eaob) Do. .Garden and Verandah Easjri « n «1 . Chairs, eaeb J " 7. ®' Double Mattresses ... 1 7 Single do 0 14 Double Fibro Waitresses ... ... - 17 Single do. do. ... ... 1 7 Hono-bair Alattreeeea made to order at Sydney 1? iiee». KUow« stuffed with I'ulie, equal I o 9 01 , to Down, t'sch | I Cbildrens' half-tester Cote, eooli 6 2 0 Strong Mosquito Net, Oft. wi...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

Hi MEtBOtJBNp. September 22. pStJhioeBB lottory-lcecpers have abandoned ^intention of appealing to the full oaurt. I |dovei^Ama11pebtaOoiirtand other matter | In Child of Townsville has been committed ; Sri at ttye pett Circuit Coiirfc for fraudulent j Jeney. |» electoral Ufta are now in the hands toflhe 91*, and trill be ready for public inspection jvbftBe&t the polico office on Tuesday next* ihe advertisement in our lost tor the sale of 8rty" the performances as punctuated IfaaJfft " liberty " to bo too ycura i>id. u* be is oulj Are, The porfopnjooceB [are those of hie dan) " Juanitu Anmr." ! snatch between Mr. Stqblev'a Anchorite llr. H&ft'a Liberty, arranged to coma off the $ace Coqrse »t 8 o'clock, has through, Liberty having gouo wrong, fcart forfeited the stakes, £16. reply to a correspondent, wt can state that P Aundenong," steamer, has be*h lii the burne ttode fwr aereral years, eight or ten. ner it it the same a* the "Datidenong" Pwrecked, we cannot Bay....

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Legislative Assembly. SEPTEMBER 7. THE BURDEKIN BRIDGE. (From the Courier.) (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

Legislative Assembly. SErTEuni'.B. T1IE BUKUKKIN pEtDGE (ViaaOw flA*whJW ' (COSTIM'EU.) . I Mr. S?iusd? believed tliii"bHdgo for ; was greatly required, and regretted as a eoytjieru member thp position ip whicliyhe was plated, 0ndcr\ather oirciMcuriceo, bo' Would houMily i support tbe lion mebibcr. There was, however, uotiiing to show tliut tbo bridge could bccoti'i ptnicted fur tho sum arkrd for, wbilo, On the ] oilier hand, Jhev had a i-ei-ort to tbo cfEcct that j "tho sum required "would be considerably greater, j If. tlie liou. member would oak for u .sun -to 1 "ui&kc & sui'Vty 'and bsliraate of (he wbvk, 'to [Mr. Frager) would unbotfituunglv support.biin. After that, if Ibo Ministry did nul iuti- for ibesum re quired, ho wouh] support the bon. mcmber'ior Kennedy in obtaining it. Mr. King rZao to buppoil tbo lion, moiobpr for Kennedy. Tbe district aflfci-ied by I bo pro posed bridge whs one of vu»t iinporinut'e a»id largo population. jlo bud seen the iJurdckin in...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining News. THE REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

Mining News. THE lUilCFS. Not to pariieularise any claims, the Rainbow looks rather dull just now, and the Mary lino is akin l« it. in tint respect; bqwerer, thiugs will look bright** coon on both lines. I append l be following particulars, space disallowing of tyrtber general lemarks; RAINBOW. The Rainbow P.Q -M. Company .-The under ground manager. Mr. Millan, woe below, but through thp courtly of VIr. A;-lhur Murphy, mnuftgingdirector, I olicitod tbe following par ticular# ofthc-mine:-The reef from the foot of the straight shaft (a depth of 220ft) fo the bottom or the underlie (now a distanpe of 18J t) is from I 8m. to 2ft 6in. in width and .good htone ; further sinking of the uuderlic is being vigorously carried ou iu three fhifU. The drives are in (from foot of ihe straight) nonh u:»d south 70ft, siid the mf in the fucepf elopes i» equally thick; the recast cru^hmg of 237 tone,- which yietded nearly 2ow per ion, was taken from the present £?<*, and another large crush...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Small Debts Court SEPTEMBER 20th. BEFORE C. S. Dicken, Esq., P.M., and J. B. Ross, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

Small Debts Court * SEPTSKBSO^Olb. teroai; C. 8. Dickea, £u., P.M., nud J. II. ' Uoee, fitq.,J.P. A. Erlicb r. Win. Buchanan, £3 10s, work doue, adjourned case. Mr. Cowan Appeared for plaintiffj tbere was no appearance of defendant. Verdict forpUiu titf for amount claimed, and coiUof court C«, 10b 6d professional costa £ Au^uft EriCipu v, ft Boag^rom, £8 2s, worlc* uud labor tionc. * Verdict %or amount and i3« COBlS. CUarl»a O'K^U v. JoUb Browu,' £4 Vis Gd, goods sold and delivered. ; Mr. Ootfaif fipptf^red for defendant, who pleaded noil indebtedv . ? A. Z. Just nppeirod ks agent for plaintiff, and deposed plain'ill appointed faiui «B agent to col'ccl moneys for him * on applying to de fendant for payment Us was told thu tuuaey was paid into tbc«ceouut of Juftand Ou., and rc* fueed to pay j plaintiff did not sell flic goods lo rtefoudent,; Ju t and Co. sold them to Uim. 1 By Mr. Cowan : The bill produced is dated 2-itb of August} it fo froui Just nud Co. j docs nut know wbcu that b...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?]THE MACHINES. [?]NUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

nTHJI MAC 111 XliS. Tuna. Claim. Oi. dwt. gr. 7> St. George No. 1 bcuiLj ... 09 15 0 80J Aferriu Monarch i'o2 ... 172 12 0 iUHY LOUISA. 80 Welcome p.c 263 . 0 0 Bl'inkoLingti to gu throuirb. Great Britain po and Pertly pc going through ; NorlU Amtriilian po to follow. DEFIANCE. fit. Patrick b'nck g>iiic tbr-mgb. BK^£fir»I£K. United KiijWumon Koiiig tlii'ouph. NFVEtt DKiSH^lB. Alabama p.u> going ibraugli. *

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Police Court. SEPTEMBER 22ND. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN, ESQ, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

Police Court I Septeudur 22m Befork C. S. Dickeh. I£sQ , P.M. Jame* Kelly and ThonntB Tight), on remand, charged with robbery from the person. Constable O'Dea d.-posed : Produces a ring; got 1 be riug from Amelia Everett on Tuesduy evening IhrI I9lh ; *h« is a servant at Connolly's hotel. and attend* at- tho bar; Powell has seen the nng since be got il, and identified ii as hie property, Edward Powell drp^iied» FUAV the ring bp tost in O'Dea'a pdtseseion ; the ring produced i? (he aame and is, the 0110 lie lost; he had worn it constantly for i ho Jnst three yr»ar«; never sold tior disposed of if j liad no doubt whatever bu; it was bis ring. By Mr. Cown : Identifier the ring by its ap pearance and tho stone j he bad it too long to make a mistake ; never saw n ring like that one. Amelia Everett deposed . la twirmaid at Mr. Connelly's; knows the two prisoner*; saw theui At Connolly's on Sunday tnorning last <<ig« ther / ihey regained there about hour; they bad dri...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

JTnlloicau'i Oimmr.nl (7iiS\P>K«.-^flr WH. Though fturrouudcd by cicunjstrtW ^i»d- , vuutafcouH to bcallli, tbqw jeroediel,; ^oncrlv^ u.iplitil, will cut short fertrel>fiiaiiejp&1 l mat ion, <li|itlieria, und a bosEof other complaints | ' nlwuve lurking about to seize on tlie weak, forlorn, ( or unwary. The superiority of Jlolloway a Mudifines over others for subduing disease has beeu so widely end fully -proved -that it is only I necessary to usk' tho ulllicwd to tUem u trial, and if tbc instructions folded'rbund tuoin bo followed, no disappointment will crt-r ensue, oor dangcrous^uiaqueiioesteiulh-Iii-lioiirsuaiii . and ulcerated soco throat the Ointincnt should ? IrMuinljj be rubbed on tlioiieclt Bud upper part I "of (lie chut; it "ill arrest the increasing jnuiim j uiulioii', iliay disquiitude, and gludually eura.,.. , WANTED, good General .Swrant-Apply,« once, to Mm. Boce-laud, 8-iU-st., Oliarui: Towxjrs. Oddfellows Hall Co. 1 0KNKPAL MKRHNOh of shareho...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Police Court, Millchester. SEPTEMBER 21. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P. M., and J. B. Ross, Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

Police Court, Millcliester SetTKMUEH £1. Before 0. S. DICKKN, Eiq., 1>. U., and J. II. Itoss, Esq., J. 1*. John H"oskitjf» v, Hugh Mosmau-nou-pay* «ient of wages, £1 17a (id. Mr. Cowun tippcuipd fur cnmptqimuit, Mr. Carter for UofenduDi, pWaded " Kot guilty , and not indi'biett:" Complainant deposed that he did work for defendant lately, b)' watching at Tough's machine for three du)% three shifts at 12e. Gd. e 6Uift; 1 bat was not the wages others pot on the machine, but did fioL know it until bo waft ou j defendant (Old him thai vrus nil ho gave) de fendant refused to puv the amount claimed By Mr. Carter: Was working for defendant orirfl«)aim before nt £3 20a a-nock at first i there wae no fresU qgi-comout when bo \v*nt to tbe machine; tbe defendant waa satisfied with his ?work {^dufoudant'did.notigtve him in charge for stealing amalgam i 4iDTA"n's in the dock for it; was rQinmjtted for trial by the Uracil on that charge ; knows George Tough, be ucrcr told him anything oxcc.pt f...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x