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Shipping. ARRIVALS AT TOWNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

H Shipping. ABIIIVILS AT TOWKSTILLE. 20.-Lord Ashley, a.* aud \Vent from Burton. DtPAKrt'uES. 21.-Lord Anhlcy, a., und W<*nt fur (Joulitown.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

Dr. H C PUECELL, SHY8ICIAN, tSDBOEON Ic ACCOUCHEUR, Xhiy Qualtyed Medical Practitioner under the QKcentlattd Medical Act, Cm b« Costmns Daily at lils reiidenct, Chnrch BUI, oppoilte Mteonlc Hall, Miner-tt. ' Dr. Little, T ATE Senior Bnidihg 8urgnn, Melbourne Hot. jU pital,-aad 8urvtoa Maryborough Hoepital, Vtucntlasd, " Baiaent neM the Ituont' Sail. . ConittUation Bonn i 8 to 10 Homing. C to 6 Enniag, H. J.. W. BOWKEE 'fittonitg; IjfelimtrHsactor, (genu feqjancet, to.. Cu be cotualted daily at HUh<w*t Hot«l, MlLIiCDKSrEK. J. R. Cowan, ATTORNEY *SD SOLICITOR, OOJJlilSSIONElt ws AFFIDAVITS, &C" CHA&TEBs Towem. E. Binder, WATCHMAKER, jewkller, &e. M08SHAK-BT., CBlBTRBa TOWBM. ' All ordera executed with neatness anddispRtch. Small jutrrelt of all kiudt ot GOLD Bocoht. ON WAR JANG GENERAL BTOHKKEEPli CHABTE|W T0WBR8. I. ALAND, UOTIGHEfER * esSfl^98SB&KI AftENT una 8TBBET, Office i Tiemej'e Mining Exchange Hotel, CHABTE118 TQWBliS. William Jaokso...

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

H - SYDNEY. September 21. nell who ti HOW iti Kngland leleftnipbo j that lieif satisfied that Ihe cheapest and uplicate <»bleneeo«uiy iu from Singapore t*> wangle, ac^ble from Normanum direct gftpore is considered too eipcnsive, and $bp, Marituis or Ceylon a* im^r&ctic '? Otago " from New Zealand h(^a brought ounpe* of gold. Septomlter 22. English Oricketen trill plitj at Adelaide tied Sydney, and then In Melbourne. *' Atlantic,*' acljooucr, boa beon fouud on ast> bottom up.

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1876. Telegraphic News. BRISBANE. September 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

[tgATPBDAY, SEWEMBJiE '23, 1876. ( Telegraphic News, I BRISBANE. | September 2i>. e Auentbly. last night, Groom gave notice iutroducliwu of a Builiurst Burr Bill and [Extended l!u<towwcms to ijuoicipaliiica loughs' motion for tlie resumption of 4000 ftcres in the &cttiod districts Western Iw&y Keservc wto earned, after Painter bad seated strongly OH behalf of the Opposition bbew, arguing that the Gov^rnmcut fih.au!d [make the railway and then sell Hie lands, jhe Premier promised that the .'and should | be eaorifioed. ibo Friendly Societies Bill was read a 4a rat The II0U6Q theu woat iuto supply ; Iron proposed another £150,000, 011 accouot ferry on for two mouths. Llmer offered £lo0,000* Jjickson eaid £100.000 would suffice, but bo (Id not be tliotatsd to ?.lid,t( You shan't have it if} a£op for IrcmouMip." iekson sitid the responsibility >f the ohatruc I of tiio public business "po^ld rest on the kosiliou. falsi] said be would not trust the Govern t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 September 1876

BIRTH.           O'HAGAN.—On the 9th September, Mrs. Thomas O'Hagan, of a son.

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LONDON. September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

tfcptoraber 23. | A preliminary contract hap bet u arranged with . M<*sBrs, Green, the shipping firm of Blackwall, for a monthly mail service by steamers of 4000 (one liurdcn mid GOO horse power between London and Melbourne via the Cape ; tho outwaid pagBajjo to be donoin forty -two doya . the homeward trip in forty-four days, for qiv annual fiub»idy of £30,000. The contract only w*i'a I be approval of. the Victoritfn Government, ill the Intercolonial B iflo Match at Crcorduaoe» the New York Irish tram boat (bo combined Australian team by one point ; the Amyjcan nnd SooVcU Icuroa were Cav boUiudv ? September 26. ; The Porto has refused to grant an armistice, but will consider proposals f r peace. Saltan H-.utncd tins been invested with the Sword of 'Statu* Lord liartingtou. speaking at fcV Ontler's Feast Sheffield, advocated the meeting of Parliament to consider England's future policy in reference to Turkey.^ Gladstone, speaking <it en indignation meeting, hel...

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Police Court SEPTEMBER 23RD. B[?] C. S. DICKSON,. ESO. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

Police Court SEPTEMBER 23RD. BCFONR C. S. DLCKNU. EBO. P.M. Sarah M'Cuuley, on suspiciou of being of un sound mind. t , Ellon Dempscy, -wife of Edmund Dompeoj, licensed publican, Jast-in-Time, deposed : Snrali M'Caulcy. has boon in ber employment four weeks; she showed signs of not being in Iter right mind ; e lie is not fit to Hike carc.oF hcrsolf, and would not keep ^cr any longer. Dr. Little deposed to having examined the prisoner tfcat morning ; believed her to bo of unsound mind ; does not think she would injure hi-rsulf or others : &h* require* protection; be recomuioiidtkl that she be sent to the Towns* rillc Receytioti'Uouec. Prisoner was ordered to be ecnb to the Kecep* tiun^bouse, Townsrille, for a niont'i. KOBHSflr PROM THE r£&80& Jerrr Lnllj and Roeo Ann Bedford were charged with stealing £14, one gold pfna one gold enr-ririg, and one gold ling, tbe pronorlv of Fr<nci> O'ffceilly. Mr. Carter und Mr. Cowan a/ipoarod for prisoner*. Fra...

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Cooktown (From the Tonsville Herald.) September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

Cooktown (From the TrnviuvilU Herald.) * Boptember S3. xwo men, forming part of Bfll Smitb'e pari Mi'Koy uiid llrown, itrrircd here from Trini Harbor, 611 Tuesday, in an open bfwit. The party were dropped, on the 2nd instai by M10 " Lord Ashley,' 20 miles from Trial Harbor., ' ImmodUUHy on landing they followed t' traek of the lotvnsrillc expedition, aud cndci vourcd to Jim) % gap. The tracks'vrcre followed for 10 wiles, b1 without 6Uocook | subsequently they pioked 1 lite sccond or uppor tr&uk of the Cleveland Be parly, 1>ut again failed in their endeavors. 71 party then triod fiovrn inilcs north of the Mi {pave Bivor, and succeeded, by a oircuitoi route, iu pusiog throuph tbo gap and conncotin wffli'Iilie.qlfl 'irifcks from too HodgkinEon < Smith and Doylfe, on the 20tb August, No extraordinary idiffiuiiUies wore met with. The dietaiii'o was conijHitvd to bo about thirtj nxilMv . ._ The entiro party then returned, the return journoy eCcupyjug iialC tv day, an...

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Small Debts Court, Millokestar. SEPTEMBER 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

Small Debts Court, Millokestar. SEiTPMBEa 21si. BEFORE0. 8. Dickon, Esq., P.M., and ((curs, J. B. JLoea And II. Mo9man, J'6Pt In 'lie cage Sun Von Leo v. Waldron, £I,a verdict wus.givcu for plaintiff, with 6a coit. DEFENDED. Thomas Warren v. Goorp Aubrey, unjustly dotaining 1 cbwtoul gelding, <J15, to lie nj. Glared or pay £16. Mr, Carter appeared for defendant, und pleaded not guilty and never indebted. Plaintiff's cote was that about 'tiid 8titb Jan'u-1 MI lie gave to defendant a cfaesnut gelding, f. under half-circle near shoulder and thigh j cold j tne horse a fey days aftor to Frederick Broad, lie is uuw on thu Ilod;>UnEOD|foriCICt roceiml th» money »|d gave a receipt j applied to do scudant for tije hone; he eaid be h&d lost him ; had to refund the wonqy then i applied to de« (cudftat ia'eijr for the.honse i he doea'Uot refuse to pay for hiip, but he 4oes not pay j the cheat* jiut gelding it hia property now, &Qd he basuot eold Ui"»; we (be none t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

JOHN M'DONALD, MOBSMAN STREET, Has How to Hand LARCrlS and VARIED STOCKS OF OBOOERIES. WINES & SFIBITS, CKOOKBBV, IBONMONGEHY, MEN'S CLOTHING AMD BOOTS, Wsion, For Price and Quality, ABE NOT to Dt SUBPA69ED. OBOCBBIBB : TEA. id ohe»U, fcalf-ohest*. and boif*, of 6 aud 18 lbs. eaoh CHINA Tea, in packet* 8CLTAN CoSeo, in tin* COT* No. 1 Sugar JOHNSON and KNIGHT* Jama, Marmalade FBESH and kippcrod Perings, Findon Haddock*, American ealmoa, Piolded salmon, ling fisb, PEPPER, fa balk and i and i lb. «m, COLEMAN'b Mustard, Keen's D£.¥. Mustard- Currant*, Eleme, Sultana and Muwaul Uulsitu. Oatmeal, capers, wffria, American and'Fnennta fruits in eyrup, He apples iu tina, dried cpples, Morton'apieklee, LeaJcPerrin'a and other Baucea, Fmnaa, preserved ginger, hop, TASLOB& EPF's Ooeoa, CADBUBY's Chocolate, ^ Oonfectionory, &o. TOBAOOO, Baren, Trial, Panch and Manilla ClGAUfi, Ana Manilla CHEBOOI8, PRODUCE: BUTTE B, MAIZE, BBAN and POTATOES, ADELAIDE FliOBS, In 60, 100 a...

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Inquest of Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

Inquest of Death. An Inquiry, touching the death of Donald Munro, vu held in the Police Court on Sauuday, before C.. S. Dickeo, Esq., P.M. j Egbert BolUnson, blacksmith,deposedKnew lUe deceased Uouald "Mtinro; he was bis partner ; carried on business ee blacksmiths in Charters To were j saw hii dewi body juet. now ; saw him alivo last about 9 o'olock last night, in the little place wher* he now lies,* be was drossed andeittmgia the little chair there i he had been complaining forL*creral weeks of ft pain Ms ebed»he thought it waa from Itie felled* of drink; be said the drink did him liarm» be was drinking from Saturday until Wednesday, a fortnight ago; h* had not un/ gifink for u.week , tot night} hi had done one fob, about an hourV>' -work, fur ttie list fortnight i Or. Li,M.le utteuded l hiffi, during the time .> he ale two eggs list night at 9 o'clock; he had his supper at. Ti^rney'e, where he bourdod ; bo complained very much of his chfcat last night. but still 'be'said ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

^thegkeat l ASIA TI C_T ROUP E, Positively for a Few flights Only 1 " BRPtlCKD PRICES 1 BEDD'JED PRICES 1 . REDUCED PRICES C°«H «Bd »b .' Bangsto?" and hi, Wonderful Bon Itona" in their Miraculous Berform sncet. *Tapanne in New and Startling Acts / Come and Spend Fifletn (16) Miiiut u with MAX! R.INKL&," . puo PremierClownaud Jealer ot theOolooie») In bis entertaining eketeb'of T H E L I P K OF A CLOWN. . Sutietgue a la Cirque To-Night. Admiision-Pit 2s., Brrss Dircle St., KiurreS Chain fia., Children half-price. ' Jf.fi,-Free Exhibition of Wire-Walking outride the paction ILvery Night, at 7 o'clock, bp Mr. Ooovi. . ' Fbed. Lions, Agent. Welcome Gold Mining <(q , Limited. 1 MEETING oftho DireotoM and intending A, .narffholdew in <tb(?re Company. will be paid at my Office oh Tquksdav UtsirufO. at 8 ociock. . . B. T. JAUISOB, eecretay. ; A LEOTURB, ?on the subject of ' t LIFE ASSURANCE,! AM especially explaining tbu new Begdlallonr ftud of tho - AtfSTBAlI...

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A Bill To DIVIDE THE ELECTRIAL DISTIRICT OF KEDY INTO TWO ELECTORAL DISTRICT[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

A Bill B I To Divide THE Eikwhui Diaraior of H keox INTO Two. Electoral Dmruior^B Wkeroui it is dwirabla that the elei district of Kenned; should be divided intl electoral districta flj it therefore enacted A Queen'f Most Ewdlont Majesty by and wil content of the LtEiataive Oounoil and Le» J AjsnmbJjr in.. I'urlianioiit a^nblod and U authority of the game aa follfflfe: T (1.) The electoral digtriot of Kennedy 111 divided into tico electoral districts to bi 1 respectively the Electoral District of ToWd Kiid the iljwlwal District of Ecnnedy of which' laid electoral districts shall return piemhe* to sit in the LegisUtirs. Asscmbl Queensland. (2) The: boundaries of the said c]M districts shall be us described in tbo schel hereto annexed. 1 (»?) P,,rP°«> of ptyioring tbc| elfeotoril rota, for the said eleetSral district! OoTQrnor in^Counctl shall notify by pixwlaon in tli© QawU$ a day in the mout li 0f Ja| nf*t on or before wnipb revision courts eh a bcW in, the fluid, elietoral distr...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

torn WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1878. Tub necessity for a bridge over ,-thc Burdekiu in admitted by,s*ary one in the district. Mr. MACEOsSAN in bringing forward h'm motion that £75,000 should be voted for tbis pumo-o "bad a good cause; an), if the question Jiad to be considered merely on its oWn'mcnts, and iudepcndantly of othor projects fi r the gnod of the district, he would have re ceived mote sympathy-in defeat, and the sincerity of his intentions would have been less questioned.: Now, the question Vat not so placed, hence we feel no eu*prise thst Ibo notion was defestod. The debate on the TBifrriAin .Bn,ige!'1n the Assembly published in our Columns shows the argutneriU on both aides of the question, The-amount of traffio on the wad was perhaps Underestimated by-Mr. MACOOSSAN, but he Bu^ciently established his position that a bridge was necessary. The weak point in his argument Mas tike absenoe ofrelisb'e datt-of c:gt; Here the Government had tho advantage over him, and the estima...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

Dn Hi G. PtfRCELL, . MyStelAlTi 6tTtt&fcOK & ACCOtJCffEUfl, I Quafyfttd Afcifatt Practitioner under the Qtcttm/land Medical Act> jOih ke Obtnteticro Daily at his residence, I Cttui'ch HUli opposite Muonic Hall, Miper-»t. Dr. Little, " V XTfiSeniorRttidUigSdrgeon,Melbourne HOB- I JLi pifcl, fcnd Surgeon Maryborough Hotpita),' VuertuUad, Besioent next the Mason** Hall. Consultation Hours: 9 to 10 Morning, 6 to 8 Evening. H. J. W. BOWKER fttiornegi, Silirntr, roctor, (Eon* icpncei, -fct.."' Cut be ooniultei daily at Hiabgn'a Hotel, . MILLCHESTER. J.JtCowan, ATTOBNEY amp SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONER COB AFFIDAVITS, Ac., Ceuios Xowsbs. R. Binder, WATOEMAKER, JEWELLER, &o. UoaBNAS-BT., Ohmtbiis Tonzsa. All orden executed vritli neatness lyiddUjiatob. ~ fini&U patcelt of all kinds at Qau> ItOPOyr. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL 8TORKKEKPE OHABTEBS TOWI5B8. I. ALAND, <u<m@Baseti a'essawussisra agent lmrtB 6TOEBT, Office 1 Tiernej's Mining Eidian^...

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SYDNEY. September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

SYDNEY. September 25. I | The lii 11 oourt bag given ft verdict .(a iho I t appeal, Duun v, Australian Steam Navigation j , Company, for damages atutainod by loss of bones 1 . on tin) vcyage from 8ydnoy to IWonville. I ] flic Governor, Lady Robinson, and (ho Min- J iitry vjiit ihu Murray and Murrimbidgte dl#» I j tricU, an'I procccd thcoce to Molbouroo to bo present at tlio Spring racci. September 26. I An old voman has been burnt (o doatb {roip emokiug in bed. A puriwdie.il, eimilur to Lho Saturday fovicw, |'is prpjeclcd,

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Telegraphic News. BRISBANE. September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

Tqlograpliic News. BIUSUAKE. .' "Sopf ember 25. a PART? or Satire Policc reached Trinity Bayou Saturday from tl n Hodjjkinson by a .very good track ; ibo distance they rcckon at wxty-fiv© milt*.. to the Assembly, i'uliuer moied for returns of all civil ecrrauts paid out of contingencies. / f Maoroaxan moved tbc adjournment of tin* House to r»r Attention to thu flagrant viola^on Of the IGth CIHUSO of the Klrrtoral Bill In the district, whereby tqatij pi colore were disfranchised. f Stewart promised every inquiry would be mario ^hdinrtaucefi a numberof rimitar cas-B. Ou the Ilouso going into Supply, Ivoiy and Palmer asked about the Governor's priviitu aectetary. XUorn «aul that Drury was elccted tc be ckrk of tbo Council and Gorcmor'* secretary ; be would arrive in about three weeks. The Ifousc if) discussing the Immigration yptc S '.Walsh fcat\o a severe attack oil tbe rwmig ration lecturers. Palmer strongly decriod casing* off immigr&<! tipftiQitlfl asid an equal ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 September 1876

DEATH.     MUNRO.—At Charters Towers, on the 23rd Sep- tember, Donald Munro, aged 36 years, native of Sutherlandshire, Scotland.   Thanks. ROBERT ROLLINSON begs to return thanks to the numerous friends who attended the funeral of his late partner, DONALD MUNRO.

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

LONDON, Sepiember IB. I The Poite have uotified to the nmbaftBador* of the Great Powers ihnt imy proposals for peaco omanDtillg from Serria munt provide fd11he ofcu potion of the principal lortrenca Q>. I be Bc-rrian Itontfer And tbr demolition of others leei im portant. th* reiuolion of tie Servian urmy to IOOOO wen, tko invcalmi-Ht of Princo Milan nt lietifl taUnrtora, 1!|0 iillimMn ramst motion of a i-Bilwov through Seh'H, nnd the |iajmiiil of aw indemnity, On the I7lb negotiations were openei, and aii armistice for ten days was agreed to at: .1 aigiK-d by bcrvia and Turkey. The Spanish Government bare ordered the removal of all outward Protestant signs from Protestant chapels and sobools. The Bight Re?, Dr. O'Quinn ttoman Cutholio . , Bishop arrived hero on Thursday afternoon frouj i TownBvillu. Several members of bis congre» gation went as fur as the Burdckin to meet him, Tlio following telegram was received during the week :-" Brisbane, September 27ih, to \V. A. Ackers.-You...

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GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 September 1876

OOVEBNMESr SAVINGS BANK. fisnrraof operations for the month of August, 18*6: New account! opened ... 450 Accounts closed 37C Zziore&BO its somber of account* ... ... 64 Nuinber of deposit* ... 2633 Number of Withdrawals 1537 Total cum deposited £83,612 It 6 Total sum withdrawn 33,871 1£ 6 Amount to the crcdlt of 12,667 depositors on the Slat Aug., 1876 . 600,124 IS 7 Amount to the creditor 12,483 depositors on the 31st Jniy, 1876 ^ ... 689,8U 8 6 lacreate for the month of Aug. 646 6 1 The following letter Appeared in a recent isaa . of the Hobftrt Town Aftrtttry1 You publiiHed an Account tome weeks beck of bic&rbon&io of potash haying been used by au eminent English -pbyscianea* remedy in desperate cases of tocrf.li* ache, aafl with great, success, hanks to your * kitiduefcs in republishing the extract I was ta* doced to ti7 it fa a very distressing case s few (lightsago he fiuffeittf wu a p»r little bo> who, turned and muaned in his little cot, simply " w...

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