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Mining News. THE [?]EEFS. Oct, 25 JUS[?]-IN-TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 November 1876

Mining News. THE EK1FS. Oct, 26 rosi'-iN-Tiiie. >0 particular ndrHncemrnl is apparent on this line ul.present, bring on par with lest visit, in coiuoqiienoo or some of (ho claims limn (sink ing having as j'ct not touched llio rtof. However, t.lm prut pools of llio lino are tnott encournpiiin! I »nd il U confidently predicted (linl a prosperous fuluro is before it. The south mid, it mutl be said, ii not BO " healthy" at the north, but tbose working' there seeni imbued villi great confidence of ultimate «uccets. It is not for me plre an opinion, but, from what 1 can Kara' their hopes lie in doptli, anil further sinking of their uudurJio«, in fullutring the mutidic slour, is oonsequ cntly vigorously carried down* Seem ingly, there is a belt of indifferent mundio run ning underfoot of the brown atone, and it is anti cipated that when ibis belt is gon« through, the reef will improve, J'he north ead looks con* sidernbly brisker. The recent 3-oz. crushing from the No. 1 and 2 Amalgamate...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. November 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 November 1876

Telegraphic News. [t'Rosi ona nmsBiwE TBLEOIIIPIIIO aqext.J BUIyBANIi.. November 1. A boat containing four young men, including J Brenitau, telegraph oporator, lias been raiding «ince Saturday frqax Ba»cu Kutvmber ], 4'8D.ii.m. Th£ fioilvraj llcecrres liill pa^no t through committee in tlie Assembly list night. ! r> p.m. Jtt the Assembly to«daj*, the Un'sbme Bridge Bill was read a eccmd time. j On the motion for the third reading of the ! Boil way Ro serves Bill. Buftncott, obi fueling the passing of the bill, arid with that view, proposed mi Aoieiidraont, containing six clauses, with tbo object or ro*oot]sidfriug the whole quostiju ; the debate is still going on. ! Norotubor 2» It is tinted, on good authority, that Isidore Blake, Q.O., Intends to oontcst Northern Dovrns in the liberal iutorcat. , There is & hot wind lo-day. Griffith, at the openiu / of tl © Pruiury Scbooj at Aahgrore, delivered an address on the working prorlsions of tbo ue»v Bdn ftt!o i A<t. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MACHINES. NEVER DESPATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 November 1876

THE U H IN B Sv *ETEB MSMBfc Chrfmsr ' ! 0*,Jhrt ft. ^utt-rn-l'hM No. t ... 8^. No. 4 Node gulag through. EWKfiPHsE. UniteS EiiglWiiuen going through* Sl fotrict Blppk Rofo# through ?. tSMT vStlMu. R4ft1b011r.fr OS 2 ff.. ... SOff- 3 1£, Ifewton Butler"p,Of Sl» 17 1® rsrfto, Duke of Wellington p c. 167 & <*. BOOBTOfcB O&dBBisbi. Ha31sfeU Cflrtlc. ' ... " #* 9> 0*

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. OCTOBER 31. BEFORE C.S. D[?], [?], [?] R[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 November 1876

Police Court OCTOBEBSI. BEMSE C. S. DICISK, Bar,, ««aJ. K^; Roes, E»q.y<£P I Gfitlivrino Kflsh t. SdmiHid Barks I -wageei ^ " t Mr. Cqwoii for complainant, Mr. Oorter for defendant, pleaded .. not indebted mod do* guilty," Complainant's cast' wfifc, tfcafr roe entampi defendant'e serrkt on tbe $nddt April % (be»". warno written Agreement ;Mrji Burks engaged^ her at the same wage* el Kate Eesrirty had-» 2&t. n~wef& i she rfjnaified sis months in de< fendant'e service, to* 1st October; did general" > wirfc* and nursed os weH f ehe wA fwd £fr 6s. f. bot.rtK*4 there for a fortnight after tlw let. of October ; F** discharged } no feiilt «tm found', with her; never absent, Kate Holt, d jaaflrta women, stated eh*' was a fellow 8eiV*W» of onapltifowit for fivr weeks ; CAW her at rlcfendrot'e foer or months after she left { 25/. ft'Weolt it a frirrae-oT wages t it has fallen lately £° £1 »'ws*k j it fcl* three o» four months Ago. " Bencli t Complainan...

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

No Traveller or Voyager, or resident of au unhealthy region aiould bo without A GUpply of tJdolpho Wolfe's ecUiedatn Aromatic Schnapps. It is the beet possible antidote to the effects of any poisonous element that msy exiBt.tn the tvBtek' or the air, a preventive and cure of the.Bea sickness, a positive remedy for indigestion, a good restorative for the convalescent an excellent appetiser, an anodyne for the eleeplees. a gentle and harmless diuretic, a constitutional invigoran*, acbeeriug cordial for the deaponient, and tbo only stimulant which can be safely introduced into the sick room or used for liuspital purposes. HollowayV Ointment and Pill*.-Bad legs* bad breasts, ulcer*, abscesses, wounie, and sores of all kinds may be thoroughly healed by the applioaiiou of this Ointment to the parts affected, after they have been duly fomented with warm water* The diicharge should not be checked at once, but rather encouraged, for any sudden check must of course bo always dangerous. Nature...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 November 1876

SELLIN6 0UT! Clearing Oat of Business! Ai MAX<OOL.M, HAVING deeded oto telling bis Business to Fi RS £' OF^"ER, wiU commence At once to CMfiAfl OFf? hi# LARGE STOCK of FANCY GOODS JtfD HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT Sydney Prices.! The following List contain* the Prices ot a few o£ the Article* iu the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Department. Strang Double Iron SedtieadB £3 10 C Do. btngle Do. Do. ... I W 6 Do. Oak'bottom Chairs, each ... 0 t> $ Do. Aator-Gwciando, .do. ... 0 11 6 Oo. Catie Rocking (ibaire do. ... 1 12 0 Po. Children*' High do. do. ... 0 7 0 Do. Cane bottomed . Hocking- \ o 1<7 C Chairs, spibdie-back, each) Do, Garden and Verandah Kasy [ n * r. Chairs, each | w 7 0 Double Mattresses 2 7 & Single do 0 14 0 Double Fibre Mattresses- ... .... 2 17 d Single do. do. ... 17 6 ilorsC'hair Mattresses made to order at Sydney Pried. VittoV?s stuffed witb YuVie, equal) n o n to Down, each} w y ChUdrens' half-tester CoU, each ... 2 2 & Strong Mosquito Net,...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

SELLING OUT! Clearing .Out of Business! A. XMCA.X.C01.XMC, HAVING- decided op selling bis business to FIBS! OFFER, will cotnracnco at once to CLEAHOFF hi, LARGE STOCK of FANCY GOODS AND HOUSEHOLD I'll LIN ITU11E AT Sydney Pricesj To® following List cadtatns the Prices of o few of tho Articles in the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Department Strong Double Iron Bedsteads £3 10 Do. Single Do. Do. " ~ - : Do. Oak-bottom Choirs, each Do. Aster-Grecian do. do. Do, Caue Hooting (ttmirs do. Do. Children*' High do. £o. . Do. Cane bottomod Hocking' # » -Chairs, cpiodle^baciv^BclMJ^ Do. Garden and Verandah ** , drift Double Mattresses Singlo do Double Fibre Buttresses fiiogle do. do. Horeo-hair Mattresses made (o order at Sydney Prices, Pillows stuffed with Pu!ie, equal | to Down, each | CUildreaa* half-tester Cots, each ... « * v Strong Mosquito Net> 9ft. wide, 2s. Cd, per yard Damask, euporior quality, 6s. per yard. China Fibre & Herup Carpeting, from Is. nr. yd. Hate and Druggeting, kookiug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

WANTED a dmiral Servant Apnlyto u« BcbBtASP.OIll-ttreet Royal Mail Cte supers " - « - ;r . flHlfifln* «tcnEnc^9or<h<; K, Rudt 1 AM.. Co. (limited), |«avet Xoirnirille far Singapore, Cliiuii, HBSSmfc iaBd Europe, a» follows t-, " iluwen," Unlit- Miller, 1500 lone, Nor. ]2t.li. " Queemlahd, ' Capt. Craig, 2000 ton?, Deo. 10. Handbooks' of too route tn S£ttg]&ud, with colored Ulustration«,.)irico 2i. The above eteamen also sttil.-eotilli<rard> to 43owen, Hoskbampton, Briabine. Byplncy and Melbourne, September <Wi, October 4th, Nor rember let,, and 28tli December 26tb, besides /intermediate boat*. .' JAMKS BURNS Agonl, Townerille. - 8AMR-A.8-TJ5UA.Iy EXTENSfONGOLD WIWNG COMPANY NO /.lABlLlTE EKGISTfiltlCD. A N ErtraordJnary General Meeting of .bare J\. holder* ii called for MOVDAV* Eroning, ISthioitaut, at Jf p.ta, in Iheofiwj of (he Cola-. pan;, by roquett of lleinra. l'airott aqd others. Biuinns-Resignation of Ditectoh. By order. ...

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SYDNEY. November 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

SYDNEY. November 6. J | At a foot-raoo bald at Parke#, for £600, dU* tanee20p yanli, Applett b*at IfaUon ; time, 191 eecondr., . The Aanufcl BJflo iAswciario* Jias ©loied - the: Australian team wbiT tbe* International 'Match/ English second, trisb third* Scotch lourtli. The OttllCarni&a mall -has arrrnd at Auckland ; Trickott, Punch, Australian rityemeu passenger*. The Turks advanced into .Montenegro and cap lured aome retrenobmentt, but were subsequently driven o*er the frontier. . Tbe Servian Government have ealled out all .men between oighteen and fifty to eerve in the arm/. Poumania 'has mustered ita army aud is pre* pared for war. A. -Socct til 16,000 Spaniih have gone to Cuba, in anticipation of a renewal of hostilitiei. The Prince of Walei contemplate* an Austra, lfon tour Jfovembur 7. Tbe Uolboufjto Cup ^von by Breescr, Syblt gooamd, Tiuiotby third- tfime, 8 minutes 36} seconds. In tbo Aisombly tbe Oatha Amendment Bill baa passed. Palmer moves for inoreaaing the subs...

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Warden's Court. NOVEMBER 7. Before Mr. WARDEN CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

Warden's Ooart Koviiuu 7. Before Mr- WABDbk OHiSTinn. IMAS Bobinton T. Harry HooUy, reining to tr»Ti»for aliere. Mr. Carter appeared for plaintlflT, Mr. Boirker for defendwt. The plaint Mt forth that defendant <ai the owner, in QctoSer, JB75, of one.eifllitetnth ebare In the United JCiitllthmen, find that lie to)4 fo pMnlifl halt the than for £251 Ibe jponeywae paid, but drfu ,dant refilled to tranifer il | plaintMl pr»yed-tat. that defendant should be ordered to tr*n»fer the eliu* to Mm ; 3nd, that an tumuit ehos d bo taken of <he gold weired by defendant atnee tb« lata i ol lib portion of the eipenaee and of the «nirant due to plaintiff, And thai It be dewed (o be paid to liiii) ; inl, thfct defendant be decreed to be a truitee of, plaintiff in re»P''Ot of a onarMtirtylsth allure In the Dniiad BnglUlimen I<ea», ith, tlj«t plaintiff be dectarud owner of the ebtre, and for eueh furthei relief, Ice. Defendant pleaded-lot, oot indebted j 2nd, tint he d...

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LONDON. (Cable)[?] October 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

I/OND»N, I (Oftbje),QfltoWi; ?8. Russia in an autbortative manuerhfu demanded J of the Porto to grant tho autonomy or the iniur gent prorincei, and their protection by an armed force of commissioners of the various foreign powers, and ii awaiting the elocution of the promised reforms by Turkey The Timet qdvisea all paitiea to yield and bopei that a getjeral European lyojr may be avei^M^ A plot to' tpurder the Grand, Vi*ir hai bgfn diatovered at Constantinople.' The situation of A$E&ira in tbo East remainiin a most unsettled condition. Parliament will be prorogued on December I l»h, ? . . In the police court y.isterday, Edmund Beach, a Bpjti?4.ot Germany.took the oathof allcgjaiice U a na'um'liicd Briliih subject. To-morrow being thp annivenary of tho Prince of W«J«' birthday. will bp kapt usa ho'iday be ,tbe principal buiinfsaSrnutof the town, We have received Slater's Q/ieenslapd Almtnap. for 1877, pubiUbcd by Gallon andGhotcli, <Jueen, street, Brisbane. It conta...

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Petty Debts court NOVEMBER 1. Before C. S. DIC[?]EN,Eaq., P. M., and J.B. [?]s, Eaq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

Petty Itebts court Kereuqis I. Before C. 8. Diceen, tfiq, P.M., and S. B. flow, Esq., J.P. Michael Cosiigan ?. Pajtick McElroy* £417* 61., backing money. , Mr. Cowan appeared for plaintiff, Mr. Carter for defendant. Mr. Carter objected to the jpriadicfion tip court. Tbe cam abould have been brought before the Garden's Court. By tbe Slat,'section of {he Gold&elai Act the Warden'* ^-ourt iWl liare I jurisdiction to near and determine all acjtiona, 1 suits. claims, demands, dispute*, and q festions which may arise iu relation to mining ; and the I 85th seotion enaoied that the watden "shall hear, and determine " ill such diiputci. Tbe plaintiff 1 sued for balking money, and it was tberafpre a j ditpute in relation to mining. Mr Cowan cmbraitted that there waa flj con* current jurisdiction in both court*, &e adipit ted that the action arose out of a n\ir)ing trail* ; taction And might have bean brought in the Warden'a-Coun, hut, whaterer tbe origin of the dispute, he hel...

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The Machines. DEFIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

Tfee Machines. DKF1ANCB. Tons. Claim*. Oft. dirt gr. 251 St. Patrick Block ... 663 0 0 Still poing through. ills? topioA. Rainbow Ho* 4 and Lftdy Maria p.o« oUuiini up; Dabum* to £>).<>*. BKTCBPfiUC. United Englishmen going through.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

Hospital meeting. The Ordinary Monthly Meeting m» held on Moid*/ evening at Qard'a hotel. Present Meters. Liiiner (chairman), J. Brown, 0. 6. Dicken, A.. Vf. Palmer, A. Murplif, A. Malcolm, Q, O'Nejl, M. Culbaqe, 4. St. Clair, Dr. Inttle, %nd Secretory. The minutes of the lut monthly meeting were md and confirmed. A letter trom the Colonial Secretary's office, dated 17th October, ttatinp that £100 had been forwarded to credit in Queensland National Bank, Charters Towers, beinc first tnoieiy of ier allowance for 18*fi and 1877. ie *epoct of the Viiitjng Committee stated that they were highly planed at the order and cleanliness observed in the institution. The Surgeon's repqrt (honed that 11 patienta Temsinrd in hoipital on 80Ih September t 10 met* admitted during October, and f wore dis charged, leaving 14 in hospital on 81et Oetot|er; ther» vera no death) during the month. The ttVuro ot Tttlor.i *nd i\ippV,n showed that goods to the amount of £59 6s Od had been ordered, classified a...

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The Brisbane Press and. Mr. Macrossan[?] (From the Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

The Brisbane JPressand.^r, M&crosaan, (From tbt Tdf&fppk.) < .1 TflEBE is BO old fable-of an uhfbrtunat*'fox whtf. bating IOBL his tail (nntrnp.. was.rather«wbaoied of tils deficiency; He. was cunningenough, how ever,' to call» meeting of fits fellows, expl«i<rhow comfortable at wis to have .110 tail, and'edviso them to do voluntarily as Uehad done ofnece asity-namely, dispense. with their tills. Mr. Macro*tant the member -fur the Kennedy, was elected and took his .-seat as a member of the Libera) party, and as a representative of a tanning constituency: Aesuch he'tnay hare been fully justified'in taking the.stand he did in opposing the Maoallster.Government on a want <of confidence vote on the grouuds'which he at the time allfcgedp that their .public' worki policy was not that which the -country: ftn& the Liberal party .required and* ttfttiBhded. He may hare been even .JLrtJlable for ipain opposing the present Govern ment, wh...

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Police Court. NOVEMBER 1. Before C[?]. DIO[?], [?]q., P. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

Police Court. WorEUBIB 1. Brfoiw C, 9. Oloccif, E«q-i P. *. Annie Skene, charged with latuenf of treating apparel, value 10a. f Mar/ Donogbue deposed that she lived at 1 W$n Chap'e . the prkoaer was Jlvitig there; | lost #&ra« clothe# i found them in prisoner's I box i the box tu in atoon formerly occupied by her, and wliieh the gsre up to p* eotief ?. de« I maided the thi»g» frojn prisoner» she opened the box, and she (witness) picked oat her. own clothes i the box Win not looke I ; iiff the pmoner take tbsctothei -thf» clothes out of her own bo* (witness').; w«s iu Mi*. Wan OuaoV. bedroom rfhen the s»w the prison.-* take toe i*l<?tb*s j came out and Asked prisoner } the Said she put them'in her b>x by mfctake i plotted mat tertp th* paHrer and are the priwaer tn charge ; the clothes produced Were her Pf°P?rtJ ' she ffliued them at V n#r®r fare them away. By Prisoner: Saw you through the slabs of t be door; any one can cm through lbs walJ; there were other, cl...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

Commercial Mb8bS8. W A< AogS&e & Co. peporfc .for the pas*. month? Hearty every branch of our business* has im« proved i speculation jn mining, dairying, and other properties hus ri*ceived an impetus, snowing the conflJcnee o'd residenisflof the district bare of the permanence and stability l? tb|i gold field. _ _ In mining eheres, we have effected fhTfoTloW' ing salrf), bath privately and , by auction": Two twelfths " Old Identity Amalgamated-" 'claim, £100 each; one-sixtcenth fcbare " Qoeed 3jpaie" No. 1 and 2, for £120 j three-siitretttb".'" Just in>'lit»e" p.c, and lease, £\4XS 'pCTUhnrc > "»lw » number of companies' scrip and shares in claims of law importance. Merchandise: We quitted a parcel ofladfes' and genie.' saddle* and bridles at satisfactory prices; but in otherlines, business tiuffnbtbeep .o brisk. Horses: We sold, on account'of MV,lWfcrdo»v the racehorse " Liberty1' for £80 and tbfi draught. ataUou " Monarch,' for £100 ; .8 draught'ii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

"f Dr. Little, | Senior Resident Surgeon, Melbourne HOB* JLI pital/aod Surgeon Maryborough Hospital Queensland, Resident next the Masont* Hall. Consultation Hour*: 9 to 10 Morning. 6 to 8 firming. Dr. H. <3. Purcell, LJLTE , Suraoon to tbe Ooombe Lying-in I hospital, Dublin, Mcdioal Referee .at Chartwsi-'Toweri for ,4-Uo Australian Mutual Provident Sooiety (Aesurauoe.) . Residence CHURCH IIILL, Muibb>6tbeut. Jlovrt for Gmsvltation.-Mousing, 6 to 10; Erjarnw, 6 to 8, sad at Mr. ITutx'b, Chemist,-Millohester, ereiy Tuesday and Saturday from 4 to 5 p.m. Important to miners. ODB QUALIFIED CHEMIST, H - Nl^TTi Is -with' us ogain'at MiriiCHfi8T£&, ready, willing and-Able to Attend UBiWhen«i*sk.\ ?.* * : ir . , Seekandyoujhallilnd' .Health and -happiness combiucd. VOX POPUiiZ, H. J, W, BOWKER ~ Sttornc2, Solicitor, proctor, <£on= , fjcsancei, &c., Can bo oooiultej .daily ~$t UialiQuU Ilottl, MitLcgggygB,., . -j, cowan, AITOpNJjy ixn SOLICITOR;' OOMMI...

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. November 6, 2[?] p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

Telegraphio News. [rBOH OCK TIHOBiFBIO iOEStt.] BEI8BA.NE. November 6,2'C p.m. IK the Auembly, Dougla* notified exteqtire eurreyi of Gnt-oUu country on the Fitiroj Dowoe and in the violnity of Sunt, with tbc in" tentlon of wttling then early next year,a popula tion on sii «raiage up to five thoueand. The QuecniUmd Timtt announce# a weekly supplement; tbe Obttrvtr it ieiuod trl-weekly. Beor, the barrieter, U gautted Acting Minliter of Title*. 6 {un. In the Atiembly, Jobnitone'e eeat bu been declared vacant by reaeon or hie death. Tborn hie laid toe plane and booklet refeience of the railway from TownariUe to > Charter* Towers on the table of the Boaee, and lie taart, to-morrow the approval of the HOUM for the plane and booke of reference of all the proposed new linn of railway. The 0»tbi Bill baa paeeed through committee. The Eitimatei are now on and have paieed to the Work* Department, wbioh are now undxr die cuseion. 9-30 pjn. George Orimee and Ebeneaer Thorn have an nounced tbe...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

ffiBDNBSDAY.SJYBMBKB -8.71676." "Tbi d sgraceful conduct of the Opposition from the very opening of the Session, thei- unac upuloua attempts to retard the .business of the country by a coarse of faotious aqd vexatious tactics, have re sulted in (pining increased confidence for a Ministry at first of doubtful capacity, and earned for tlieqiselvos the just con tempt and indignation of the oolony. The land professions or honesty, sincerity find patriotism made bj JPai.meu and his following fit the opening of the Session have come to an ignominious conclusion. Then they declared that on the expiration of the ten-years leases they considered the lessees had no furthor claim or title to th«ir runs. The oonntry suspected the aneerity of these professions and the .vents of the last two weeks eho v how true were the instincts of the people in not trusting the squatting party with power. When the &nd BUI was before the Hou e lately a desporate attempt was made by the squatting party t...

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