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Mining News. THE REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 September 1876

Milling News. THE REEFS'. 1 THE Welcome line is looking up, the recent 1 flood crushings from the prospecting claim having I given an impetus to einkiug and encouraged ! those who have been struggling with tlio hard I rock, And l hero Aro now six working claims | northward* On my last visit fhoro were only I four claims north. but No. 4 recently struck | mundio at a shallow depth of forty fret, since i which Kos. 5 and 6 we«e taken up mid arc in occupation. many claims being at work gives & fre^hor and healthier appearance to the iioe. j All these numbers huve got the crop of the r*of which dips almost perpendicularly in each 6h«ft* | no that they have it with them as they go down, Very few of th* ieefs on the Towers go down as perpendicular, and this faot causes tho locality to be looked upon wjth uore^favor, os, of course eacli claim has witty tho"* whole reef on the underlie, and ere therefore almost permanent. This is tho caco with several of the reefs at Daylefcford, Ba...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warden's Court. SEPTEMBER 29. Before Mr. Warden CHARTERS and Messrs JOHN COOPER and JOHN DEA[?], Asecssors. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 September 1876

Warden's Court Septehder 29-. Before Mr. Warden Osabtgus and Meesra JohnCoopsb and Jojin DEA.t R, Assessors. Thomas Stmmard aid Thomas Quinu v Bmmanucl Cadota. Mr. Carter for pluintiiZa, Mr. Bowker for defendant. The plaint sot forth that plaintiffr took up tW > men's -g:ound on tho Young St. Ifetrjric on tie 14tli September.j that defendant removed their pegs fitid worked it himeslf, and did tbcm datunge .to the amount of £100 ; they prayed him (o be declared « trespasser and decreed to .pay ,1'lpO. 'the 'defendant pleaded net gui tJ t thai he was the lawfut'owner, and that pJuintiffj bo -flei-lared trespassers and pay' him damages. . John Archibald, Mining UegUtrar, deposed .v Produced the Boef ttqpster; defendant holds,, by the Kepst^r, a claim, Yuuug 8u Patrick p.c., (aid off on 7vb January, 1875 ; re-laid ofi l*2th December, J 875 ; he took up 160 x £21 feet; it wo* taken up first as a p. c. ? he holdB now 251 i 400'feet; it docs not appear by the books when ptaintifT* took ...

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MONTE CHRISTO. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 September 1876

II ONTO OEBI6TO. This rogf if about a quarter of a roilo cast of the Erin's Home. The recant crushing from the p.o. went oblj aoout SOB in piece of 4 or 6o«, ai .expected. Some of the shareholder* sold out after the crushing, Those in occupation now are linking a fresh shaft, to catch the reof at greater depth. No. I aouth are not working $ apparently left tho ground. No. 1 north party are etili working. (Below). The Commodore, adjoeent to this reef, is totally abandoned.

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

JOHN M'DONALD, MOBSMAN STREET, Has Now to Hand LARGE and VARIED STOCKS OF OBOOERIES. WINES 18P1BIIB, CROCKERY. IRONMONGERY, MEN'S CLOTHING AND BOOTS. WHICH, For Prioe and Quality, AEE SOT TO BE SURPASSED. GROCERIES: TEAf in chettfl, half-cbcsts, noj bozet, of 6 aud 12 lbs. each CHINA Yea, in pickets £UEiTAN Coffee, in tiu« OOFi No. 1 Sugar JOHNSON and KNIGHT'S Jama, Marmalade HUESH ud kippered Perings, Findon Haddocks, American salmon, Pickled salmon, ling fiefa, , PEPPER, in bulk and 1 and i lb. tuje, COLEMAN'S Mustard, Keen'. D.8.F. Mustard* Currants, 'Bloine, Sultana and Muscatfl naiiim. Oatmeal, capers, rurrie, itttHcu and Fronuh fruits in syrup, Pit applrs ill llni,driitl apples, Morton's picklna, Lea k Perriu'a and other fauces, Frunef, preserved finger, liopi, TAYLOR & EPFs Cjco*, CMBBtmV* Chocolate, Confsotiocrry, &o. TOBAOOO, Baven, Tiriit, Punch and Vanilla CIGARB, And Manilla CHEROOTS, PRQDUCB: BUTTER, MAIZE, BEAN and POTATO Ee, ADELAIDE FLOCB, In SO, 100 ...

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THE MACHINES. NEVER DESPAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 September 1876

TSE MACHINES. VBVBB DESPAIR. Tom, Olaim. Ot. dwfc. gr. 10 Victoria 11 7 0 182 Alabama p.c 107 16 0 North Auitralian No 8 going through. MA Br LOUISA. 65 Pefiboiy p.c. 38 0 0 16 Great Britain p.c, ... 19 0 0 71 Hose and Thistle ... 17 0 North Australian p.c. in retort; Hain* bow No. 4 going through. VBHUrt. 82 Empre-s of the North ... 28 8 0 Queen No. 16.W. ... 953 0 0 ' BBFI&KOE. 163 fit. Patrick Blook ... 517 0 0 Still going through. ENT£&P£l£B. Uuited Bnglinmoa going through.

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

WANTED Ducks .and Foirla fur killing at oice. Ajiply, R, Hihohutbs. Welcome Gold Mining Co., LIMI1ED. Capital: £4000in 4000 shares of £1 each. TEBMS: le» ou application, la. cti allotment, balance in calls of It. per month. Karl; I application for the undisposed of shares i« re* guested to bo made to B. T. JAMISON. Sbarebroker, Malcolm'* Buildings. Public Notice. r announcing the tale or my burinna ia Tovrranlle to Mr. Bobebt PbILP, and ray retirement from btuinnt in tliit district, I lisre much pleasure ia tenderinffniy sincere tbanka to tlie biuineas poople of Charter* Toirtn and MiUbhcater v&o hate accorded me support vhile in Townsrillp, sad trust thoj nujumihrlf furor my (accessor, Mr. Philf, ,w!io, from man aging to; biuinesa a considerable time, bu became acquainted with tlie requirements of tbia diBttict. JAUfiS BURNS. Annual Rents for 1876. CROWN LESSEES and other* are remindod that Bvntfl and Aasesaments on Runs ate doe, and payable at the Tft&AJStfiiT, Bri...

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Police Court. SEPTEMBER 26TH. Before C. S. Dicken Esq. P.M. and Messrs H. W Palmer and J. B. Roes J'st'. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 September 1876

Police Court . StPTEMBEB 26TH. Before C. 8. Dickon Esq. P.M. and Messrs H. W Pfllmcr nnd J. B. RUBS J'al\ Jerry LoUy atid Hose Ann Bedford, on re>ti&od oharged with robbery from the person. Anna Maria Tigbo, a murried wotimn, deposed : Knew both I'risoners ; has been staring at Mr*. Bedford's bouse for A fortnight; elie and tfie girl, Miss Skene, occupied (he aamc room; was a' .errant; so vrga Mies Skene ; Ir^onor Lally was starfng there sometimes; there are two bedrooms in the house j the Mrs had ones the distance, from the trail of the Mrs room to her room was about 0 feet; the partitions are calico ; the bar is about the same distance ; a person in her rootn could hear u very alight noise in the bar or the other room ; conid hear an ordinary couvariation; on Thursday evening Jaaf was at prisoner Bedford's place; there wias»mu*tef but no dancing { knows Francis O'BeilJy \ saw him there about 9 o'clock; Lally was with him at tbc bar; ilie Mrs and Helena were both there ;...

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Hortbern Miner. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1876. Telegraphic News. BRISBANE. September 27. (SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 September 1876

SATURDAY, SEPIEMELR 27, 1676. Telegraphic News. BRISBANE. September 27. (SPECIAL OORBESPOMJENT.) Tjjsderb for a Court-bouie, Lookup, find Police Barracks, Charters Towers, trill be called for in next Saturday's Govern>f<etd Gazette. Die Lund Bill parsed through committee last flight, but will probably be recommitted for next week. In tfc? Assembly, M'Donald denied the cor* tectnesi of tbe Courier'# report of bis Elalewtnt regarding the~wuge# paid to immigrants; liiB denial was corroborated by Foote and Slurpby. £ . {Stewart and JCdmonstono presented a number ol petitions in la*or of M'Loan's Publioun's Bill, 'iborn presented a petition from Gympia . against it. Walsh eudeavored to upset all (be petitions as bei«g informal s but the Speaker ruled they were formal. Tli* Legislative Council's amendments in the Goldflelds Act Amendment Bill were agreed to . by t^o Assembly., The eocotid. reading of the Railways Keeervea Bill is now under discussion. Douglas, in moving the ...

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

Dr. H. C PUBCELL, MS8ICIAN, 6CR0E0H & ACCODCHEDR, Dtdy Qualified Medical Practitioner wider the Queensland Medical Act, Can b® OO^CLTKD DAILY at bis residtBet, Church BUI, opposite Masonic 0*11, Miner*st, - Dr. Little, T Afl£S*nwrBeitdibgfiurgeon,Milboutne)&i* JJ piUlfAod Surgeon Maryborough BpipiUl« Qwnaland, Betideut ne*V the Mason*?Hail. 'ConeuUntiort tfourr: " 0 to 10 Morning. 6 to 6 Evening. H. J. W. BOWKEB Sttorrieg, Solinur, coctor, 4!Eon-. ijegfrncn, See., Can be consulted dail; at HUbon'l Hotel, MlLLCDtE8l'BK. J. R. Cowan, ATT0RNEV AK» SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONER. FOB AFFIDAVITS, Ac., GBA&TBBS TOWBBB. TL Binder, WATCHMAKEB, JEWKLLRR, ic. . UOBBlIAB-gT., CHlRTJSSa XoWW. AH orders executed with eeatncsB and dtspstob. Small parrels or all kindi of GOLD Boponi. ON WAR JANG, (JEW Eft Ah 6TOREKEKPKH, CHARTERS TOWERS. I, ALAND, ft|QT!@MEEB * e®S(S!S8l®W A6EI9T wan STREET, CIBce I Tieroej'e Milling E*chu>ge Hotel, CHAUTKK8 TOWBH8. William Jackson, 4 VCilONEBZ...

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MELBOURNE. September 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 September 1876

illiX/BOtJJIKl!. September 29, The decision of fcho Narigotion Board in rfijerence to the Joss oflbo " D<*nd«ion£," tfcafrg that llie du&ster it to bo attributed to the break, of the shaft. The accident i§ oharAc'ertsed as unprecedented. It fitdtee that the offli-trt, crew, and passengers acted throughout bravely. The Go\ .'rniuont buva prraonted a chip's chronometer to Captain Walkur« and (o tbe rpgineers and boatswain of tne *'Dandonong11 a gold watch and chain caoh, and' £20 to each of the seamen. :

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SYDNEY. September 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 September 1876

SYDNEY. September 29. Tbc body of a roan much decomposed h&« boea found in th« cabin of the '* Atlantic " in tyc* cftelle' alio tiro bands pud feet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

JOHIi M'DONALD, MOBSuijM . TEE EX, Sas Now to Hand LABGE and VARIBD STOCKS OF FBOCEBXEB. WINEB & BPIEIIB, CEOCKEBY, lEONMONQEEY, HEN'S CLOTHING AND BOOTS, WHICH, For -Price and Quality, ABB NOT to Bt SURPASSED. GROCERXBS : TEA, In chests, balf-choale. and boxei, of 6 aud 12 Itw. each CHINA Ten, in packets SULTAN Coffee, in tins COT'S No. ifcugar JOHNSON *nd KNlOHT's Jams, Marmalade FRESH *nd kippered Parings, Fimlon H&ddorkt, American aalmou, Pickled salmon, ling fifth, PEPPER, in bulk and 4 aod 1 lb. tin*, COLEBUV'* Mostard, Keen's O.8.F. Curraiila, EJcme, Sultana and Muscat el IkisiiiB. Oatmeal, capers, currie, American end Fremih fruits in ajpiup, Puapplee in tins, driod apples, Motton^spicfcta, Lea& Fcrriu'e and other iSflurt*. Prunei, preserved ginger, liopt, T4IXOB & fiPP'ft Cocoa, CADBDRV'ii Chocolate, Confectioner, Ac, TOBACCO, Saven, Twiit, Punch and Manilla CIGARft, And Manilla CHEROOTS, PRODUCS: BDTrER, UAIZE, BGAN and POTATOES, ADELAIDE FL...

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LONDON. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

LONn.lM October 2. A public tnec'ing has bfcn held at Guildhall ! which condemned the conduct of the Turks and the apAlh/ or the English Gotemmont in re. fereneo to (be atrocities In Bulgaria j the Sultan bee expressed a desire to institute refcrtns. Tflhernogeff ba^proeWraed Prlaee Milan King or tiertia. Triokett has loft for fydney. The Torres Straits mail steamer «ras due yes terday at Towiiville. Mr, Kutt, chemist, baa settled at llilloboster, very much to the satisfaction ana comfort of the inhabitants, lie iswel)*known to the digging | population of the North, and no doubt trill find ? plenty room here for hi* professional service*. J Tho rnflto for " Wanderer" topic placo at Barjivaves' hotel oq Saturdsy night. Mr. Wallace WAS the winner. The following telegram was received yesterdiiv: "Brisbane, October J, - T. O'Kanc,-School Heeerve gazetted,-0. J. QhahA>t," I Dr. Carr Boyd, Inspector of Sobools, Northern . District, arrived hero lost week, nnrt h.is beeu engaged since i...

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The Escaped Fenians. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

The Escaped Fenians. THE JSew York Herald seyt tbe «»>icu who esosped from Freemantle were James Wilton, Fifth Dragoon Guards, tried by court-martial in August, he is a native of oounty Down, Ireland. Martin Hogan, Filth Dragoon Guards, tried by court-manial and sentenced to im prisonment (or life j burn in liiuievick city, Ireland. t Thomas Darrflflh-Tried in Ireland at court-martial in Fubrunry, 18GB. Olinrjed with broaoh of tlie articled of war-coming to tbe knowledge of «<i intended nia'ioy and not giving information, &o. Sentenoe -Death; commuted to penal servitude tor life. Tbomis Heaset-Triod in Ireland at court-martial in Fal>ruuty, 1866. Charged with breaoh of tbe articles nf uar, mutinous oonduot and desertion. Sentence-Penal aervitnde for life. Robert sDranaton-Tried in Ireland at eourt-raarflal in Jane 1606. Charged with breaoh of the article* of war-aud en deavouring to induce a soldier to become a Fenian. ^Senieuoe-Penal servitude for life. m J...

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The Machines. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

The Machines. sunt WUIBA. Ton», Claim. Oi. dwt. gr. 104 Nor lb Australian p.c. ... 1G9 0 0 No. 4. Bainbow going through. DEFIANCE St. Patrick block goinp through. UNTEErRliE. * United Englishmen going through. KEVEB DESPAIR. No. 3 NorLh Australian going through.

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Another Murder on the Hodgkinson. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

Another Murder on the Hodgkinson. W* bit to record tho perpetration of another murdor on the Hodgkinaon, and in tbii cage again exces ite drinking op fear* to bave been the cause of ttic tragedy.1 'rom the information at hand it appears Mr. Bbeneter Gibson, a "well-kriown and highly respeotod storekeeper, carrying on business at Mcbeod'a Creek, fifteeq miles from Thornhorongh, had bteeo drinking' heavily in company with others for several days, and that a man named Frank Morris, ' who had been packing a long time (or GitA, waa one of the party, the two men being eid acquaintances and the very beit of friejds. The grog. it is said, was at last .II drank, and on Tuesday night fveek Gibson, then in the horrors, suddenly from the bed, where lie liud been lying, and under the impression tlie store was being robbed, rusliod outside, and seeing . poor Morris asleep on a log be plunged n knife three times into liia body, Morris livedMiree minutes nly after tho horrible and fatal attack. Gib...

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

Police Court. James Curtis r. John Minogue-summary ejectment. Mr. Carter appeared for plaintiff. Mr. Cowan for defendant, pleaded, no rigl.it of notion, and second, not guilty. . John M'Donald, storekeeper, deposed'' i I# acting here fts agent for plaintiff; tho power of attorney produced gives him power (o sell and act as ogedt for plaintiff; the defendant holds premises belonging to plaintiff under agreement produced j [read to the effect', defendant *ook the iiarp of Erit» Hotel, at £3 per week, and uot to sub-let, plaintiff to re-enter at any time on nonTompli&''Co with conditions j] was spent for plaintiff when he signed that agreement ; defendant has failed to pay tnu weekly rental; six weeks Ago* gave him notice to quit on the 22nd | he boa not paid since that date; and has refuted lo give possession ; he pays no rent now i plaintiff is tiie owner of the property muntioned in the information ; saw the deumdunt. 6ign the agreement» he was perfectly sober ; W. Juckcon i...

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How Townsville was Saved in 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

How Towusville was Saved in 1896. WE arc now rapid If drawing to the close of tbe j year 1880. Statistics laid up>n (lie table of our ! LegUlatir<- House prove uudeuiably that the : croakers of (lie early part of 1876 were far out in ! their cnlculu tons of tho ruin that Was fast descending like a pifi on the devoted city of I Towneville. \V« w»*rt» told in good sounding j langungi* tlmt tbe good times were overj thai! crcn our anticipations from tho fnturo prosperity of ibe lower# were but a myth in relation to tho increase of our city. Busy tpnguei and fitlll i more active brains were hard at work proving bow it was only necessary for tbe storekeepers to iiave one or two receiving stores in Towusville, in order to carry on the whole trade of Charters Towets. Giant calculations were entered into to demonstrate that tbe perfecting of the railway from tbe port of the iiggings would bo tho ac complishment of the utter ruin of tb" seaboard \ township. Tho dullness, in fac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

MAILS. , Mails arrive at Charters Towora. From Millcsliester daily, XI a.m 6 p»m. " Towusville . Sunday and Thursday, 8 p.m. " Bavenswood : Do. do. 6 p.m. Saturday. " Dairy "iplo: 4 p.m. Monday. " Haugbton : 6 p.m. Sunday. Maile depart from Charters Towers. For Millcbester daily, 9'80 a.m., 5 p.m. " Towosville; Wednesday and Saturday,G a.m " Ravenawood : Do. do., Monday, 4 a.m. " Dalrymple: Sunday, 9 a.m. " Haugbton t Wednesday and Saturday, § a.m TIME T A U IiK . TORRES 8TRAITS MAIL SERVICE-1870 Approved by the PosLmutcr-Oeporal Tor Queensland/,! . IKWABO. London via Southampton. Singapore. 1876. TJiun. 2p. January .... February.... March ....... April ...... May June.... July August . September.. October..... November.. ..27 1876. Tbtesday, 1 p,m March ..7 Monday, ,24 April 8 .23 May Novomber Ducembar... May 20tJcue 18Uune ..26,July .. 16July.........".24 August August 21 September ...18 October 16 Tvexd&y. November ...14 December ...12 1877. January . February ......6 187...

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Fire Brigades. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

Fire Brigades. Just, now, when a well considered attempt is being mad© to forai A fire brigade ia Goufburn, it is desirable to correet any errant «us views that may be entertained upon (lie subject. AD opiu* ion has been espressc.i that the Insurance Companies ought to pay tlie whole coal- of main* taming (he brigade and of 'Applying llie engines, this being based upou the ground that their own interests ore the prancip?e ones concerned. It aoe*»s to be forgotten that life is often lost at fires, mid t hat-whatever may be tho case will* the fathers and buabandsf-tbe lires of mother* and children are seldom assured; jmd it seems ti> he forgotten that A deal of ihe property in every town, e«|>ecially the smaller dwellings, is unin* surcd ; and further, that hs a i ule none of the property is covered to its lull value, Therefore*, so far as looking to their own interests is con* ccrned, it is clear that the companief hare nota ing to do with a Tory great proportion of ihe p opcrt...

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