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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1876. Th* debate of the Session is now err. (The Works' policy of die Government is fairly jlaued before the country, and we havo no ioubt, whatever be the verdict'of the Assembly, the electorates will un&ni mouly endorse the 'railway policy of tho Government It proposes the construction of three hundred and seventy miles of new railways, and jdda to the liabilities of the colony over two million pounds. Con .Bidenmg the increasing prosperity of the colony, its boundless and yet undiscovered resources, its actual and ascertained mineral wealth eveiy day increasing, and the other industries which must neces ' 'sarilj' spring up and flourish in a young colony like this, there need bo no appre hensions entertained of the ability of the colony to bear the burden of increased debt. Added to all this, is the solid fact' that the railways now proposed are reproductive works, and will, in time, with certainty pay, not only the cost of construction, but bring in...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

Dr. H. C FURCELL, FHY6ICIAN, eUBOEOK Ic.ACCOUCHEDB, Mji ifedieaI I>raetUlcner under the Quceruland Medical Act, Cm be Cohbumid Dailt at liis residence, . Chowh Bill, oppotile Utuonic Halt, Miner-it. Dr. Little, LATE Senior Re,idihB Surgeon, Milbourne HOB | pltal, and Surgeon Maryborough Hospital, Queculaod, Em it lent next tbe Uaunt'llall. Contultfttion Hour, i ? 0 to lOUorning. - 6 to 8 Erening. , H. J. W. BOWKJJR Slttornts, SslitrtKi *octor, ©on* ttganm, 9sc., Cfcnfe* wnaulted duly At Hiihoo'i Hotel, MlLLCHEBTEtt' J. R. Cowan, llTTOKKKV ako SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONER won AFFIDAVITS, 4c., . Cianu ToWsu. E. Binder, WATCHMAKER, JGVVlCliLER, &c. , atOOUAK-ir., Obabtui Iowsbs. ? ADorde'1 executed trlth neatness anddispntob. Small fiarccli of *11 kiitd« ot GOLD Boronr, ON WAR JANG. QBHERAZi 8TOBK&EKPKR, CHARTERS TOWBB8. .I. ALAND, ueTioncsn * csiansaesisfj AaeeoT ICRfBk STEER, Office-. Tiemej'e Mining Erchange Qolel, CHAitTEKS -TQWEltS. William Jackson, it V C i I O N E ...

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

ADELAIDE, itn coneeqti«noeof the low pried of coppei and oCrotmoed depression, the directors of tbe Wollarwo Copper Mines have been compelled to .uipgnj <t|MMiioa8 of a flpecutatiwi charaoteri I thuBrturolring the discharge of 120 men.

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. October 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

- Telegraphic News. [FAME OtTK TRiBOBirtflC AGBNT.J BRISBANE. October £ud. Xtf the Assembly some difficulty was eiperienred | in getting a quorum. Watab twite called atten tion to the state of the House; eventually the ! Opposition assisted to make a quorum. Alter several petitions had been presented from Boekhampton and Ipswich in favor of closing public houses on Sundays, tlie House went on with tbe Estimates which arc now under di» cussioo. Tbe Customs open on Thursday in Trinity Bay. Challinor h&B been appointed Inspector of Customs there. Edwin Campbell has been appointed Regi»trar at Thornborough. October 3. The increase in the operations of the Barings Back for September is nearly £8000. E. L. lack) at present conducting the geologi* cal survey in Scotland, hu been appointed to & similar position in Kortliern Queensland. October 8,6 p.m. In tlie Assembly. the Endowment of Munici palities Bill and Payment ot Members Uxpenses Bill were read a first time, their s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 October 1876

BIRTH. SWANN.—At Charters Towers, on October 2nd   the wife of Alfred J. Swann, postmaster, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

WANTED a good (tanerpl BERVAN T nt ouce. Aphly to T. MtLr-9, Wyttdham (Mingo, Charter* Xowert. WANTED tu JDieposo of One Full Shnro iu No 1 8. and Olio Full 61mrt* iu No. 3 8. Young St. I'tttriok, 60 8orIp In the Alewiudm Co., and GO Scrip in tlio Columbia Co. A pnly, AGUNT, Miner Ofliie. » -i . Tenders WANTED (or sinking'shaft 10*1 fi-ot 6 by 6 foot ou Mr. 81. Andrew W«rdu'a Lease, bebiud the Kt.Tatflck line of retf, w be sunt in up to the lOlli instant. F^r si>tfci(J<?alio/i9 uud further particular, apply to Mr. Era&JumTjut, ' MiUchester. Notice. TENDKR? ore invitoJ up t.i TUESDAY EVENING, lor 30,000 UlllCKS. 1'yi' ptrLiouiart opjily to, . _ . " ' ' I!.'U. TLAST. * Ifnrgronvo' Jiotc) Ijo -A SHOP and two Rooms, Moaman fllraet, Now occupied by Profeasnr Cotjub, immediate possession given. Apply to J. VV. MOSES. Cemetery Trust. TiHE Ordinary Monthly Meeting will be lield on Tuuhbdat next, 12th inst., at 8 p.m. Tiros. BCCKHXD, hon. eoe. Towers Jockey Club. 4 MEET...

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Millchester Police Court OCTOBER 5th. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq, P.M., [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

IStlliohestei Folico Court OCTOBER 6IH. ATFOW C, P. DROKEN, Era, P.M. . Police V.John Tough .and George Crawler disorderly eonduct by throwing stout* in the mainitrtet Millehester, and breaking a window inat6DM. to; Bowkcr appeared for defeodants and applied .tlat tbe cases should be taken separately in Waet that eaoh should give evidence for the oth$r,- . .k . ' . . .E&PjForo® Magistrate refused the application ; it tjrpt the snare offeuec And took place at the same .tiney , "fetrolioe Darey deposed that she and her father occupied p house on Saturday nfent iu IfiiJcLetfter t m Sunday morning there was a grfeat crowd in the street and some stones were '' jthvtntfk; tbo window war broken. | it was pushed Hi «bout a couple of dozeu stones were tbrofrn. on top of the bouse j they came from the tLrcc fottjbf the street; it was clear moonlight j did j *®$tbo crowd | did no., see the defendants; beard races; oould not distinguish whose they werej Jota Tough asked her father to le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

JOHN M'DONALD, MOSSH.VN STREET,. Has Now to Hand LAB.Q£ and YA'BISD STOCKS OF OBOCERIE8. . WJNE8 & SPIRITS, ^ : CROCKERY, ; IRONMONGERY, MEN'8 CLOTHING * f AND BOOTS, WHICH, For Price and Quality, ' ARE NOT To BE SURPASSED. GBOCEBIEB : JTEA, In cbcsta^ faalfcbcats, and boxes, ?- of 6 aud 12 lb*, each CHINA Tea, in packets fiCTLTAN Coffee, 4 ti ttua ' COIPeNo. 1 Sugar "JOHNSON and KNIGHT* Jams, Marmalade FRESH aud kippered Her- tugs, Findon t Haddocks, American aalnon, tickled salmon* ling fish, PEPPER, in bulk and i aud i lb. tine, COLEMAN'S Mustard, Keen'a D.S.F. MuBlard> Curranla, Bleme, ? Sultana «nd Muscatel Uuieins. Oatmeal, caperSj currie, Atfierican and Frenuh fruile in eyiup, Pieappleeiu tine,Uried opplrfi, Morton's pirklrt, Leafe Perriu's and other Sauces, fronee, preserved giDger, bops, TASLOR& EPF'a Cocoa, pM)BUBFd Chocolate, Confectionery, (TOBACCO, Savea. Twist, Punch and Manilla CIGARS, And Manilla CHEROOTS, PBODUCB: - BUTTER, MAIZE, BRAN and POTATOE...

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SYDNEY. October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

SVDNKF. October 4. tbe @8Mr*l Anglican Synod bu commenced ft* .Ittiogi, For fin c»y« there hn« bren aplcndid min. In {he Owjder district, at Hodtry O.eck, a man namedTowuley m killed by n bUrkfclloir, duriDjg Jnli!j>!ite or.r » bottle of mm. At. Hrrurindi, a supposed burglar naiDed O'Brien- tru 'eboked by u mu named Cohen whom bs bid slightly stabbed. ' At Albury, 6orgeant 1'oley mid Constable Townsend bare been obliged «ritli the RISD alaugbter of pother Uealy, by shouting. . Ortobbr 6. There is a probability of the American Govern ment subsidising ft cable between America and Australia, A joint of beef preserved for nine duye by torer'j ptoocn baa been tesU'd and found per fectly aweel. Itouso bat been returned for Mudgee.

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Warden's Court. OCTOBER 4. Before Mr. Warden CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

Warden's Court Ootobek 4. Before Sir. Wnrdcn Chaivtbbs. Thomas Francis v. George and Gruuow : £18. 3b ldt pa^t of gold duo from crushing. Mr. Carter appeared for plaintiff; Mr. Oowan, fur defendants, pleaded not indebted. Thomas Francis, plaintiff, deposed: Held & third inunvin u cluiin at the Broughton with defendant* } raised betweeu 9 and 10 Ions of stone; left for ilie oJ ,U»e 27i-h of March ; that quantity of stout* was then up; he raised it himself; loft Gruuow to look after his thiJd share and the tools; it was crushed at Tough's machine; claimed as his portion of the 10 tons fom £9 to £10 clear. By Mr Cowan: -Unified the atone :n Feb. and March last; rained stono in Mai-ch last year; this uciion is for this year ; tho ground was uot aban doned after ho lsfi, so far us he knew* j the stone was stacked ; it was not registered; has no in terest in the ground uow. By Warden: Loft everything on grass in charge of Grunow; be was to look after his in* terest; they were nil ...

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MELBOURNE. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

MELBOURNE. OHjbfcr 6. i The Botitbew Crot*/' bound (or Hobarton, broke berdbaft ar»£l lost her propeller iu a #ate off Cape Scbonck, at d returned to port. The Cemetery toting, called for Thursday tot, lapsed fur want of a quorum. Present Mewrs, TSercuy and Budkl&nd. There may be a strong mustor expected to-day at Qneenton'to witoose tho cricket match* .We! have not Jieard mooh-uf cither temn, but.wc < beliere tGoQawnton tottifi it in pojd form at»<l j St. Hatrfekgiftiif pet on tho "fcortr" to wto. : A petition was forwarded soinc tiuie ago to the Lands Office, wiring limt^rtain dllutuinuts' (a section £,tlmuld bo-put up for sale. Ar^piy baa beeureccfvod by tfio last, m»il by Sir. Htutk land from A. Tullfj Undersecretary for Iiimd*, stating that allotment* I to 7 and 26 to 93 of i eection 9 w£ul()befput up for tile. 'J'ljoeo allot ment! are next «o the Gorcrnmeni Rcterrc in .eetiou 0, opposite the fctate Suboil, and at tb* main fitrout end of the aectfo...

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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

Hospital Meeting. The ordi,m.j- monthly meeting of the Ouuimittee was held »t the Club llJlel on Thursday night lit hulf" pa8^ eight '-J 0^ Present-Messrs. Charters (chairman). 1 aimer, Dicten. Graham, M'Nameo, Lanioud, Murphy, ""llvL-'mUiutea of the previous mealing were read ^ThcSrm'tar}' «ad » lett« frora somc tnent officc in Brisbane (uam« not mentioned and »i«ii*turo illegible), stating that a sum of £7+ 10s, due to th« hospital to June, would be forwarded. A letter was read from Mr II- 11. Rutherford, referring to nd.spu.eA balance, and stating t\.nt, wl.en l.e lciidm-d for medical supplies, he understood by medicines only such as mm prescribed liy tlie T,lm= Burgeon, and anything outside that ne considered I Dr! Little, on being referred to, loid Mr. I Rutherford's letter tpokc fur iuclf. raticuH m \ the hospital were in the habit of getting castor oil and a largo quantity was used, which he did \ not prescribe. If tl.ey got. it from the ,t wiuld be dearer. It would be bel te...

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Mining News. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

Mining jNews. VVnUKUBDATt Oct. 4. TakIi g, as it wero, a bird'a* eye view of the I'd J i in general, miuiug matters would seem rather dull and less activity apparent than usually. { A. stranger, or any person unflccust-oincl (0 J the usual lip's and doivu'b of goidllfhls, 1 would naturally fiuppoao the Towers to be I down-hill, that the claim* were fast being worked out, and that it'« day« were nuiubcrod. Let him &ta;-here A feff, month*, visit" J10 various i"cefs, take noto of the slow but euro progress made , during that time, 4>ake heed of the crufihingSi ! and, lastly, of our monlhly Escorts, and his opinion of the field will be quite the reverse } - he'll foci ui his pockets to eeo how much uc can speculate. Tfho 4i cfeakerg" aro numerous here nt ; pvoionl. ^nd *on\e of vUcm \<rophaay that thu 1 1 Towers will he ''done up" in another twelve 01 oigbteeh months ut must I They speak of ths field as " cooked." and that tho llodgkinsun mid : Palmer are the plac...

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Small Debts Court Millchester OCTOBER 5th. Before C.S. Dicken Hsq. P.M. John Fick v. Thoma's Stannard, £11 wages. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

j Small Debts Court. Mitlobester OCTOBER BLII. Bofnro 0,8. Dioltun Hsu. P.M. John Fink v, Thoma'B Staonnrd. £11 «MWOi. Defendtmt pleaded jiotmaebtea and pn|q £2' inlo court f wita mil a eHoroholder, and contra account. ' ' Mr. Qowau Appeared for plaintiff. Viaintiff'o case vu, thai lie worked for 6} weeki for defendant in tbe Worcester Extended claim i sold bim half his interest in it ou the 4th of Jane 1876; defendant signed the agreement produced} he gave him £2 ft'vreekj defendant knocked off £l io the race week j he offered hfm 30?, -which he would not t&Ve ; paid & men since to work bis half share; £18 was doe to , hito last Saturday} is thing for £11 for ft wceta wages from the race week t defendant kept bnnk £1 then, and aioco he got uo money » he worked from tho race* until he got sick and went into the hospital* And. he had * oiao working in hi* place ; claims £2 from defendant and it was on those term* he bopgbt.jin I until more men arc tequired ; they mo' ...

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THE REEFS. NORTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

THE RKKFS. KORTB AUbTBALIAN. The North Australian for a considerable time looked rather quiet, nod the only really paying claim was No. 8, but tbc r<>cout pood crushing f om the No. 4 Tribute, and the striking of good Stone ia No. 6 last week, has infused new apirit into the shareholders working in those claims. I'liey have now high hopes in the future pros perity of the line and go to work with better heart. itotpecting claim, Mr. UugU Kosman's. Tbo working of (his claim has recently been en tirely let. on contractor tribute. There nro at present tiro parties engaged thore-^-one parly of ten and another of four tnen. They are both ou very peculiar terms-namely, £4 per week if the Atone uays that euui and ex pauses at each crush ing* Ten tnen jrc vrorkiLR in the whim shaft, and the other pariy of four are nuking (lie un derlay of ashafibelor, which Is ubjut SO feet in depth. Tbo forma they arc working upon allow them to sink tho underlay 9 feet wide t.» a depth of 100 ...

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Small Debts Court Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P. M., and J. B. Ross, Esq., J. P. UNDEFENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

Small Debts Court Before C. 3. OlCKKN, Ejq., P. U., and J. B. Boss, ICeq., J. I1. UNDI.FKXDEn. Survey mid Chick v. Ulnvlcs Kolais, £18 11a dishonored cheque, verdict for |)lfilnti(r with COBtft. Two cnBes were struck out. T. O'Knno v. Henry J. \VyuU Uowkcr, £18 dishonored promissory nolo. Tlic defend nut bad filed Ho plea, but Imvia^ sworn that be had a good defence on the merits pleaded not in debted, that be was not obliged to pay llie proiniuboiy im»Ip as the pWut uJlegid ft was naycvhlo tit Chattel* Towers Queensland National bank, whereas it was payable at tbo Queensland Naiioi.ul Dunk, Millehcster. Plaintiff applied to auu>nd (lie plaiut, at tbe time tbe iummaus was wr«d be hn<t no oppor tunity of seeing *lie p. n. and'thought it web payable nt Charters Towers. Mr. Bunker objected to (be amendment. The Bench could not by the 31st section amend. Tlieu, (lie p n. wns nude pnynblc atone place and tbo plaint alleged :t was payable at anol her. Tne Bench over-rule I t...

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THE MACHINES. MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

THE MACHINE H. UhUT LOUISA. Tuns, Cluim. Ox. dwt. gr. i 68 Ilninbow No. 4 150 0 0. 21 Mooustonc No. 1 S.-W. 14 0 01 Xfili6inan. aud Lord Staujey goi'itf j through. | NEVER DESPilB. 151 North Australian No 3 111 6 0' Juat»iit*Timc No. 3 going through. ¥ ONE-AND-ALL. ' 651.' Queen Lease, No. llti.. GUI U 0 14 Moonstone No 1 north... 40 1G 0 BNTB&PfilSK. 170 United Englishman ... 174 15 0 DmiNCE. St- Patrick B)ivl» going through. PIOKEBB (aOCllFuUD). - Hadlcigh Cast.lo ... 80 10 0

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Northern Miner. SATERDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1876. Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] TOWNSVILLE. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

? BATDEDAY, OCTOBER <!, 1870. Telegraphic News. [pBOM OUE BRISBANE TKLEGIUNUC AGENT.] TOWNSVILLE. 'October C. The 41 Porpoise" left yesterday for Trinity Bay with the'Collector of Customs, Surveyor Sharkey 4hd forty passengers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

. < ? Dr. Little, T Jk.TESeoiorEe«idiBg Surgeon, Milbourne Ho«-! JLi :j)it*!;aad Surgeon Maryborough BotpiUI, ^uVfttlaid, Beiident next the Uetoiu' lull. ConBullelion Iloun: . eto lOMornlng, 6 to 6 Evening. . Dr. H. C. Purcell, St Burgeon to' the Coombo Ljing-in Roepltal, Dublin, iledloftl Referee at feri1' Tower* for the Australian Mutual nsridwit 4Maletf (As»urano«.) Emidknci CHCRCK BIhi, MmtR BruiiT. Smmjbr, QmnltatO)»>-Vowrite; 8 to Ifft KVENIho, 6 to »l -COStVUfXttOK I'lVB«BnxlK08. Important to Miners. ODE' -QUALIFIED- CHEMIST, JB . TSXJV3C, is *ritk us ag^Tat UtiLOBBsiKR, ready, willing and able to attend us wbeo alok. Seek «qd you (ball find Health and happineas combined. VOX POPOLI. H. J. W. BOWKER Sttpmeg, Solicitor, proctor, (Eon--1 bcganm, &c.. «Cmi Im Mnaulteddaily et Hiihou*« Hotel, MILLCHlISTEtt. ? ' - tfkj J. E. Cowan, ATTORNEY ahd SOLICITOR, OOMMISSIONEti FOR AFFIDAVITS, 4c., Oba&TSBS TOWERS. ' IL Binder, WATCHMAKER, JEWKLLUR, &o...

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BEISBANE. October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 October 1876

BEISBANE. October 4. I Tn the ABetuVbly, nftrr the formal buiincn hnd Sbeen gone Vbrougl)f the Cruwn» Lands Alit-'ii.'itio.l Sill, was teoommltted for amendments in aii atid-an additional new clAUBe. Q'Sulliv&n &ndQroom-condemned tlie bill P* 1lio moat Con servative jet introduced end wiili too mauy restrictions. Tbe.-^uerter'j tvenue it £412,000; jnt-rcaee nearly £23,000 The ordinal? eypwditurc £180,000; other expenditure, £24,000. Arrived, "Bichsteg" with S80 ficimau inuni jreiti.' Octobers (a the Assembly there «ss e " scene in the House," Walsh objected ti the third reading of tho CrownJ Leide, alio of Crown Lands Alienation Bjlls, «altlcugb ftll the members having private business agreed to uiiow them to pasi fojr traoBDiinEion to the Council, in order to prevent a Ae\vj of a weefc in the buGinestof fbe session." 'Povgter, /Winer, Bel I, an>< oilier i severely condemned the obslrucLion caused by Walib, wio persisted and divided the Houa ? Mid John ...

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