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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 November 1876

MARRIAGE. ON the 6th instant, at St. Philllip's Church, by the Rev. G. H. Allnutt, William Burke to Elizabeth Ellen, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Cavanagh, of Bowen.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Northern Miner. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 187(1. THE battle of the Session m jv I o considered over. 1'lin books of refwence and plans of the six linos of railway proposed by tlic Government liavo been approved by the Assembly. This was air indispensable step, alid without its adoption the ft nil way Beservcsf fill would tie a dead letter until the nest session. The ]J 11 has not yet_ passed the l egislative Council, but ir is not likely to mc t with any serious oli atructloa Acre The Opposition reserved, -apparently, their greatest rllbrt for tne' debate over the plans and bonks of refer ence. Uccognising fully the fact th-,r in theiv railway policy the Government had secured " a gcod thing," the malignants of the Opposition were resolved to spoil ii at tlin last moment. Dcfe*t on any 01 o!liue .would h&vc compelled >lio UovpnimcM to abandon the Hill.; henco iho Opposition, throwing aside the musk of " honesty, sincerity and patriotism" worn din ing the past inontliH of the Session, insi t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

Dr. Little, Y ATESeoior Resident Surgeon, Melbourne Hoft U p">lf and Surgeon Slarjborougli iloapit&l "Queensland, Resident next the Masont' Hall. Consultation Houn: 0 to 10 Horning. 6 to 8 Erening. Dr. H. O. Purcell, LATfi Surgeon to the Ooombe Jjying'ia Hoipital, DulHq, Medical Referee tat Obartora Tower* for the Australian Mutual Brortoeot Society (Awuranoe.) fcEsroeitfOB CHufiOH HILL, Miueb-Stbpbt. Sourt for ConfutationMobninq, 8 to 10; -Evbnuio, 6 to and at Mr. Nun's, Chemist, MiHchefcter, «reiy Tuesday and Saturday from 4 to 5 p*m. Important to Iginerg, OUR QDAUF1EP~0HEMl8T, « XST'CrVJ,'* 'a 'V*1'1 »B sgaia at MlIACiitaiLit, ready, willing and ablo to attend : ng whop tick. Seek and you (hall find Health and happiness combined. VOX POPULI. H. J, W. BOWE33R~ fSttorne^. Solicitor, Proctor, <f5ott= foejmncci, &c" Cao he consulted d&iljr flit Hisi«m*s Hotel, mXMWWTER. J, R. Cowan, ATTORNEY *>n> 801.101108, OOUM1SSXOK9U son AFFIDAVITS, &am...

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Warden's Court. NOVEMBER 10. Before M. WARDEN CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

Warden's Court. Nopemiikh KV ISofOre M*. WABDIIN ClTAntftUfi. I MHmot Ooetigan v. Patrick McKlroy, £5 I0*f ' Wklng miw\Y. j Mr. Cownn njipenrarl for j'lninii/r, Mr. Csrl«r for .Jfifendant. j The plaintiff not. nppraYmg n *<«rdiel for the frfontlmit wap piron fyr coi«nt, with costs.

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 8, 4 30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

Telegraphic Wows. [PROIR OCN NNRSRURK TKLEOIUVUIC AOEST,] BKISSBAN15. - ^ORCMBOR 8, 4 30 p.M. I* tho Assembly tho Friendly Bocieteej Bill hn» Wen rend « third lime, , Thorn hr.t mow) tiie approval of tbj lines of Tnilwny ; lio trMjfcd To inovo "tlfdm in gtoto bill the Opposition insist 011 nncli line bung put separately to ivliich course (lie floTernmrnt objocty ihn dtbaJoUa conli'liiing; j , ' s * ' '"J flpnu IV.c ntriomtmont of the Opposition to the I approval of t Jjo rail war Hues fioparaf^Jj* is still i Ueing tUsoasevil, . * .; .J j ^ ougl&s eaiii if (hrt "JioPa ivepcpjit seriatim ho fearcj it would have the elTjct of defeating RMno ut tlio line*.* " .n.^-. . ..7t_, . , I fllinor clifli'act«r^cd llio wliole proceeding lis n jMMfyot *y*t«*m of Jng-rulliog. Trnrjr strongly couJi'mncd tlio Constriction of Hit* Gympi* line. MrwMMi chnrged Utl? Gf>vt»rnmvm wUh pnH ticp! itt|moraljiy ntid declared ho would not v^te; HUZHL-OIL considered tho Government BhIIw^ Suhomo &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

llf ANTED, n Blacksmith at Kochford. Apph W lo Mills akd Joncs, Kochford. O. <t. CLUB. MEETING on,.Monday Night, bvcioci W. A. Ackeks, eecretwy. b.a.M.sT Intestate Estate, The late Doctor Scharffenberg. TENDER* are invited by tho undesigned until bAlUfiDAY, t hu IS Hi inBiant, fc»r a Value* bio collection of Medicil W*rfeB, Surgical Instruments, Medicine (Jhcst, &o., Tho property ol the late J)i\ bchnrfTenberg. Any tondcr not nceesBanly acocptedl J NO. AJlOHlBATiD, ?Agent, to Curator Intestate Estates, Millchestcr, 10th. November, 1876. Caution. " I WILL mL be reponBlble for any debts con* traeted by MABitAnn Bcokluv, who hae gone by tbo nam© of M&rr Auu Bailey. (blRiied;) A. a. IIAfLEY. Korcnibcr 8bn, 1870. To tho Worshipful tho JuitBoei of (bo Feaoe, fvi-Ung in and for tho DUtrtatof#Gbatl»r8 Towers in the colony of Queensland. T JOriN THOMAS UOUQflrON, now ro K aiding nt Uapoville, do hereby (rive nolire that it is my intention lo apply nt the next Month...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Mining News. THE REEFS. SAME-AS-USUAL.—MERRIE MONAR[?].—GENERAL SA[?]FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

Mining News. THE IIEEFS. HAMC-AS-USUAL.-MRIWIB HfOSAmf.-GCKElUi, 6AK8FIELD. . ®rc situated about, fire wiles south west ol tho .lowers, on tlib western water-full. I °rf.n my re|"""ta 1 *la8!<,tl "inoiiKHt Jho Millehester r^ft, but, properly, f.h«r belong to be lowers, as the nature of tho counuv and stone eUe sufficient proof, ttjd reefs on tho eastern f*l.baio hitherto proved the bent - notably the May7t Rainbow, Quepn, and St. Put.rick-but lb use of the Western promise to compete wuji t.hem. It ie ulfio noticeable l hftt the mujonly uf tho wtaltrn reefs ure more per pendicular than fho eastern, mid fLeref.»re proipiso greater permanency..; There are jiine. claims ot work on. the above revfo, on ft li»i« *»tta cash Other, tho.tlircejjeing supposed to be the snmo reef. Ihn several crutbinga from each of the claims aroveiy 0cen, the average viehl being ajjut 2oza. lnwt. )3gi-i*. por (OHi xbt* reefs w»r" opened neafjy four year. iigii. during which Lliue.the TA|>lo|tfl ...

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An Acrostic. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

An Acrostic. Fkah noti let fTopc ynur heart inspire, IMntidlitig. (bird the flronc desire, And wiih her gcnilest, swociest voice Nmf bid your doubling heart rejoice. Knowledge we gain-ii is our lot; 6co how we strire, nnd plan, and {riot, To-place.before ihp World our name UnotemiBhc'd in the Book of Fume. Blest Jif wbowinB tlu' Bougbt-for |>iiee; lift h)1 hie^lhoughis hud actions rise, Knriclicil viib gohl nn i proepccU sure, Tour health and &uceta» to the " Venture." J. p. CI a fcjre Xouvrd, lOrti Kor., 1876. The Weuk Jin! JiorN," ®av* *bo apostle, nn«. without denying the efficacy of mineral medicine* in ccrtuiu cuni'S, it tnny well to doubted vbtiiti those rcmedica which are derired from tli* vegetable kingdom aro not the n oet cfllcacfoue a* vvfl) as tlio salrst. Certainly tin* aetonUhiny cures ot djhjjppFifi, fciiney dist>nsc, rheumatism und of fhi< numerous maladies in which toni inrriicition is ficrrioeabie, t-JTeeted by UvloJph Wolfe's Scli:eda*n Ar...

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THE MACHINES. NEVER DESPAIR. Claims [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

Tint HAOHIXES. SXVF.H BE?R»IN Ton*. uiiiiniP. Ql. gr. SUI No. 4 Queen b'o* ... 4,04 S 0 fifi No. 1 Hi. Patrick ... Sfl 8 0 Columbia p.c goinc through. KN'TCkl-KI^n, ABB Uiiitod Kiiplibhinpn ... :i30 12 0 90 Bfublcy's (jrtecn block ,,, fifi 0 0

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Legislative Assembly. OCTOBER 25. (From the Courier) RAILWAY RESERVES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

Legislative Assembly. OcTonnn 25. (From (he Courier) RAILWAY RESERVES BILL. On the motion of Mr. Douglas, the Ifouso wont into committee for the further confederation of I this Hill. Clfiuso 3-" Creation of Railway Reserve?." UHiis clause wa* ngrerd to without further iliBtmmion, on a division of 19 to 9. | Ciftuso 4-" Xliis Act. 'O apply to nnilw«y ; reserves dunsr* fi-" KflrecL uf re.sumpLion of I rmiR ift the reseirpq ;*. nnd clause C-" Opera tion Tif Faetorul Lenses Act preserver*. in other mpfc!*," were agreed to, Tcithotit disnuftsion. .Clause 7^-"^»,own lands in rcflcrres not to lie dealt with f!icei*t under thjs Aft.'1 Mr. Doiiptna-smd bo proposal to nc*alivf this clause,for.iht) purpose.of inserting a new clause which would hare the" effort that eortdillonal *al«»B would apply :to thft nrene. (Hoar. licnr.) ihf Government had seriously considered this mntfor, and beljev.d thin olteratioa might; be made without interfering with the objccts of tue bill in any tray, ntid it wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

SELUN6JUT! Clearing Oat of Business ! | HA. maEcolk, decided on salting bis ttu&iness to J OFFER, will commence at ouue to CLEAB OFF hit LARGE STOCK of FANCY GOODS ASH | HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE I ir Sydney Prices;! jThe ToDotrlng Lai contains the Prices of a fcw of the Articles in the. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Department Strong Double Iron Bedsteads .. £3 10 C Do. Single Do. Do. I 15 ? Do. Oak-bottom Chairs, each ... 0 6 6 Do. Astor-Grecian do. do, ... o 11 6 Do. Cftue Booking Chain do. ... 1 12 Do. Childrena' High do. do. ... 0 7 Do. Cane bottomed Booking-) ... » Chain, Bptndle-baok, each j * Do, Gardeuend Verandah Easy ( . Chairs, each J 076 Double Mattresses 1 7 £1 Single do 014 0, Double Fibre Mattresses 2 17 6 Single do. do. X 7 6 lloree-kair Mattresses made to order at Sv dll t'jr Prices. Pillow* stuffed with Pulie, equal i nan to Down, each | 08 Childrena' half-teeter Colt, eacli ... 2 2 6 Strong Mosquito Met, 8ft. wide, 3a. fid. per yard Damask, superior quality, 8s. per. ran...

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The Brisbane Press and Mr. Macrossan. (From the Courier, 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

Tho Brisbane Press and Mr. Macrossan. (From tile Courier, 26. J Ai.YoNfi lit all acquainted with the politic* career or (lie lion.ujember for fl&fenswood and? present Speaker must know that it was t«. «viittbic tiiat he 8hi>uM fed eron#Jj indeed In reference to I be umtures now before f Arliament denting with the Orown land* of lb* colon? and. the construction of railways. ife bfU for yeart past avowed sentiments with regard to squatting tenure and tree selection vrhieii emue exalt at, liberal And some dononuce as revolutionary, and bit progressive, or «e some bir; ©a'i them **. iTftTftpnnt, ideas witft tegard to the pushing on of i ail way* end Other public works led to hie retirement from the !b1© MmWtrt** and to bit subsequently occupying for a t&e one of tho most extraordinary and unpleasant positions In which any member of a QueeniUnd-ltarllainpnt ha* had the misfortune to 6m\ fttawlf, ft*' was regarded most co'dly the Ministry lie. bad. Lfrit, and by Uioir s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Libel Case. (From the Townsville Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 11 November 1876

ThoLibel Caso (Frnm the TownsvilU Herald.) . I Thb criminal libel case, Kepina r, O'KaneJ which oci-opitd' tlio Dttinti' n of the Supreme Court for three entire days, in. volves issuesMf too ninoh interest sod im portance to be pasted witheut speoialonm uiont. The rights of individuals, the privileges and funoti >ns of tlie Press, arid tbe public Interest ire all mont "itally affected by the proceedings niiicli have just terminated. For the benefit, therefore, of such of our readers'as hnvo not hud tlie ooursio and perseverance to examine minutely the full report we have pnhli'hcd of the proceedings. we jiroposo to give a very abort epitome of this important trial, ond 'o indicate some of the points that havo thereby been established. The de "fendsnt, Mr.Thadeus tl'Knne, is proprietor And editor of the Northern Hi tier news paper at Ch«ners Ton-era. Ostensibly in the discharge of his-duties n« a'public journalist lie ?comthented with unusual severity in raveral lending articles o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 November 1876

SELUNGOUT! Clearing Out of Business ! A. MALCOIjiM, HAVING decided on soiling bis Business to FIRS I' OFFER, will commcnoe at once to CLEAT* OFF bis LARGE STOCK of FANCY GOODS ASD HOUSEHOLD FURN ITU RE AT Sydney Prices;! -TnE-followitig-Lisfc-coBtwjwrtfee-rrices^C a few of the Articles in the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Department. Strong Double Iron Bedstead* k. £3 10 «» Do. tingle Do. Do. ... I \5 6 Do. Oak-bottom Chairs, each ... 0 5 0 Do. Aster-Grecian do. do. ... 0 11 0 Do, Oalio Booking 4 Uiaire do. ... 1 12 0 Do. Chttdrens1 High do. do. ... 0 7 0 Do. Cane bottomed Rocking- ^ o 17 6 Chairs, spitidle-lpok, each 3 Do. Garden and Verandah fioay 1 n * r Chairs, eooh J u 7 0 Double Mattresses 17 6 6ingle do . 0 14» 0 Double Fibro Mattresses 2 17 6 Single do. do. 17 6 Horsc-bair Mattresses made to order at Sydney Priccs. Pillows Stuffed with Pulic, equal 4 0 9 0 to Down, each y Childreas1 haU-testcr Cote, each ... 2 2 6 8trong Mosquito Net, dft. wide, 2s. 6d. per yard Damask, superior quali...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 November 1876

w ANTED a Handy MAN for the Kitchen Apply, chief cook, Mr. HargrcaviV Hotel Duke of Wellington No. i East' THE above claim to be Let on Tribute for a period of 2 or 3 years. Cull particulars to be obtained ou the claim. Tenders to be left at the Queensland National Bank on or befoio MON&AY, (be 20th instant, at 4 o'clock. Charters Towers, November 14th, 1876. - Masonic Hal! Company. A MEETING of the shareholders will be held in Jo the Hall Tbi» Evening, the 16tU Nov., at 730 p.m. W. I. BOOTH, lion. see. Notice. NOTICE is tarcbT given thai any person found rumoring Cattle or jotberwiee trespassing co the Burdeldu Downs Ststioo after this date will be prosecutcd as the law directs. (Signed.) J. T. ABBOIT. November 4tb, 1876. Notice. UNLESS Andrew' Neilson, shareholder in the Mary Reel, No, 8 south-mat, pays bis shore of expenses now duo and owing within 14 daya £rom this dote, wc will cause his share to be sold to defray same. HABVEF & CHICK, (pro. shareholders). Chart...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 November 1876

Mining News. Wobk all > over the fifld is steadily progressing, and an place of the rcefe being uncertain and " e^ukey theyere becoming moru pnr/jmnont, aofl the digger* engaged oa them decidedly uoro settled uud contented. The mining population ere" making homes for themselves, and settling dpven quietly to work, showing that the field has the confidence of its inhabitant, New rushes hare lost their effect upon the majority of them, and there Is not that excitement prevalent now on heating of something fresh, a*. l^erptofore. Had Trinity Bay end the'fiodg&aeon been dis covered eighteen months or two years ago. nearly one-third o( the mining population woul4, haye (eft the field, at (hey.did wtafa .Cooktown aod the Palmer broke out 5 hut ibe late Hodgkins?n rush created no extraordinary cictteuicnt. rju those who vent there and wereutieuocessful found their way back hore again. 80 the Towers can't be '. the worst place iii Queensland,"-as some of tjjo Croakers arer. '/her...

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Mr. Macrossan's Amendment (From the Courier of the 31st.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 November 1876

1 Mr., Macrossan's Amendment (From the Courier of the Slet.) \ftt, Macbossan's proposal to amrud U» Railway Ketrrrcs Bi'i by the insertion of a new clause declining thai ell deficiency of interest or working expenses on any new liilway shall be 'recovered by. au assessment of the fond and houses .situated within fifty miles of the line on either sido, is a very rcmurkahle proposition, and requires some discussion, which it will probably roceire when the House is again in committee on jhe bill, It is possible that the mover of the ainendmont may have uiany, supporters bath .nside the House and outride who Are onnrincod >f the justice of me* proposed amendment, but even to them wo eaould imagine that it must bu '">ry apparent that it would be altogether out of p'&co in the Act lata .which it is proposed to otroduce it. Everyone who is acquaiutod with he forms of our legislation is woll aware ibat, it an Art or Parliainett is passod to authorise 'the imposition and collec...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REEFS. [Hold over from last Issue.] GENERAL SARSFIELD.—EL DORADO. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 November 1876

THE ltKEFS. [Held ovor from lutlsiua.] GEFIRil, fiAKSFlDLD.-EL DOftiDO. General Sarftfield.-Regarding tbte reef, i*. j8 a Blatter of opinioo, eocmin^ly, whether it ts the Morris Monarch or the above. Some argu? it ie tbe Monarch, whilit otbi-ri think contrary, but those working on tbe roef should hat* the pre fcrence of onlr.ton. 'ihc projectors *ay tia Sarafieid underlies almost, perpendicularly, and that the Monarch is mu*h flatter, whfob, they tblnV, ii euffioient proof that they are (Hotfoot recfd. However, tue olaircm working on the SatnO'ftK'Ofiual, Merrie Monarch, and Oeiternt J SimfiiM Are in a straight lino with each other, and, by suprrfiuinl appearance only, they would Been one And the esme ; but it is immaterial whether \hi'y we the tame or not, so thai the gold 1b in them. Prospecting claim, Hillyftrd nnd ibrcc others. It was legislated for six months, but owing to f'te wot w«»*her cooiing on, it was thought desirable to renew ! woi k before ihat event, as tho water mig...

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Trickett and Lumsden. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 November 1876

Trickett and Iiumsden We ra-publiah a ditty in praise of Tfi'JcGtt by a New South Wales ''potc"-M. Fox. The diltj I« not tnuoli to eprflk of, " my boys," And the beat 4'oar" in the world deserve* a bettor pout, However it goes down tviUi a )Arge class and sliows what " a Sydney men can do." The champions have now landed in Sydney, And tltu ncoplj there nre going " to ehoul for ewm«>rfl.M ; we bopo tbey won't get ho&rso, that'e all; there is one line in thn 44pome " that boats us. Here I it i&, " Fur generations still unborn will h'ftr iho : atory told." We have heard of "still born" children, but it was left for New ttoutli Wales to produce-or not to produce, whWb is it ? a still unborn generation. Again, how can they hear the story if they are ''still nnborn* Altogether it ie a fine *' pome." Wo have been requested fo print it, and have been assured it wilt largely increase tho aole of the JVinor. After that assurance we had no alternative, so in the impassioned ...

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THE MACHINES. MARY LOUISA [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 November 1876

TUfc MACHINES. I UA.BC 10 XSUh. Alabama.goiot' through. NEVER DZ6PAIB. Columbia^ c/going through. EXrcKPKlSe. Quoon No. 4 going through. DEFUNOB, St. Patriot block going through.

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