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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

Mining News. PROSPERITY and progress era going hand in hand along the Queen reef. Every claim on it (excepting No. 6 on the south end) is being apparently well and legiti mately worked. Most of them are opened out to their full breadth, while the Under lie shafts, where the anodic lw been reached, are in course of sinking. The main work being done ia taking oat the top atone and blocking out between the main and the higher levels or from the mundic upwards with the evident intention of finishing with the surface atone aud as curing the upper workings before sinking farther on the underlie. At the northern extremity of the line, lut week only, & party of men encouraged by the prospects of No. 4-at that time the last number on the line-took up an area allowed 8 men under the regulations of the Gold-fields Act and working half handed are sinking two shafts. A small leader was oat by them 15 or 16 feet from the surface and contained gold in every piece broken off, so tiiey belie...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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SYDNEY. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

SYDNEY. August 11. The Parliament lias been prorogued. Heavy enow inland. August 12. The report of tho Peak Downs Copper Mining Company, bIiowb a steady financial improve ment ; t he value of the stock of copper is estima ted at £90,000. August 18. On the railway line to Paglan an engine was thrown ofl the line, damaging anotherj a lady passenger received a severe coueussion Two men hare been drowned crossing tie Mor&sea titer Tee automatic system of telegraphing at once has been introduced between Sydney and Mel* bourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

B WING MACHINES. : K> important FACTS. U O W IS MACHINES, celebrated Hove 'Machine stands un rivalled by any maters in the world. Wiy P bt «UM> all other makers had to pay a roralilv to lljtfe for pirating parts of his invention. Tbb NEW FAMILY MACHINE. DM boon w Altered and revised that it now stands41 par excellence" orer any other maker. Its tales exceed any otbor Machines by thousands yearly. »P, Last year by IO/jOO. r "u* proving it beyond doubt to be the leading biachuie of the ^ge j making a beautiful eiitcb, ,and being free of oog wheels and shakv linlci. HOWse family oomplete, £10, Uowe'e fl, for tailoring and light leather wark, £11. Howe's 0, the champion boot dosing machine, from £18. TOE SINGEB'b FAMILY, Mwiilactured by the Aiogeft M. F. O. Oo. Beware ofimitatione, JU1 genuine D>^o\iiiaep nM~e. J>J Singer have tbe trade modaliiun embedded on the arm. IJeduoed price, oompiou, OUR WHEELER ^ Wilson. The beit spool machine ia the ooiony. CAUTION.-It bas oome to ...

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LONDON. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

LONDON. Auirnst U. Disraeli elated at tho civic banquet, that lie felt assured of the maintainance of the peftce of Europe, that the policy of the Gorenunent in its foreign affairs, had been conducted witb pru dence and firmness* He was also fully im pressed with the necessity fcr developing the consolidation of tbc colonial possessions by sn assimilation of interests in sympathy with those of the mother country. The O'Connell centenary ceremonies, princi pally of a religious character were conducted with much cclnt and attracted large crowds io Dublin, sercral foreign bishops and ultramont anist German deputies were present, but the proceedings at the banquet were abruptly ter minated in consequence of hostile disturbances by rhe catholic denominations in England and Scotland. A'riot between Orangemen and Homo rulers occurred at Glascow. August 13. The Prussian tiatholio bishops are complying with the new laws in reference to the adminis tration of ecclesiastical property The confl...

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T.J. C. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

T.J C. Animal Meeting BACINO appears jo gaio in attractiveness with our community every year. The meeiin/e are riiing in public estimation, and arc likely to draw good horses for the future. Tlie preseut meeting, though not so numerously attended as some pre vious ..nos, proved eminently successful in two essentials to a good meeting-good horses and good racing. The events i f the first day were not very brilliant, tut the second day's racing more than compen sated for the tameness of tiie first, the hurdle race being one of the best run races ever witnessed in the North, and the Towers handicap being also well cuiite<ted and fairly won. The proceedings through out were characterised by good order. There were no very drunken cases, and oi ly a few slight accidents, with the exception of the rider of Excellent, Smith, wllo fell after crossing the last fence and broke his nose. Mr W. if. Buchanan, on driving home in t'i* buggy, collided with a stump and was shot out flyinu,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

TBAKBMISSION OF MONEY ORDERS BY | TELEGRAPH PoSTJiAAWS-GElfERAl/fl OFFICE, Brisbane, 23rd June, 1875. "IT is hereby notified for General ioformBtion, 1 I that oo arid after the lit July nest, Money [ Orders may be Transmitted by Telegraph bet ween a~y Money Order Office® in Queensland, and between Queensland, aod any Money Order Office in Kew Soutb Wales, Victoria, and South Australia, Laving Telegraphic communication on payment of the usual Telegraph charge for | a message, in addition to the Money Order Com* miwion. GEORGE THORN, Jcsb. General Post Office, Queensland, 16th July, 1676. TENDERS FOB THE SERVICE 1876-7. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. SEPARATE Tenders are hereby invited, and trill be received until Noon of SATURDAY, the 2nd October next, for the couveyauce oF Post Office Mails, as undermentioned, from the first Januory. 1876. For full particulars see Queensland Govern ment Qatctlc of the 17th August, copies of which may be fieen on application at any Police Office in the colony,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER, gftiorneg, Solicitor, proctor, Ccotx= iegaticcr, &c., ?Can ba consulted daily at Hishon'a Hotel, HUjhCBBBTEH. HO. PUBOELL M.D, & SOBGEuN, (ktoensed under the Queensland Medioal Board,) Su BEMOVED from the Olub House Hotel ito bit onr reei&ttuie, nearlr oj>po»lte.the Masonic* ilall, Miner-itreet, when he nan be consulted daily, J. A. Soharffeuberg, Br. med., PBTB1CIAX, SOBQBON, if*) ACCOBCESDB, Duty qualified at the Msdiaal Board. OBABSEBB TOWCM. ,[i CiKD.J JOHN O'FLYNNv . Sixmo AOSNT. 8HA&EBKOKEH, io, (OJfioeQftkt Bainbow O.St.P.C., Limited.) Kaar Tierney'* Mining Egohange Hotel. OHARTEB8 TO WEES. TJ.8. barter. SOLICITOR ?Sieroey"# Mining Btchanga Hotel. Oharten Towen. Manleod & Co., URNBBAL STOBEKEEPKRS, Custom House and Forwarding Agehta, TOWNSVILLK. I. ALAND, AiM»Ti®nsni a osiangsBBsm &©kmy atume stbeet, Temporary Office:, ffargreavu' Haiti. CHARTERS TOWRIIS. W .. J A .8 P E B , 8ADDLEF & HARNESS MAKER. C...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

Commercial. Hessri. G, B; Mollb& CO Brisbana raportr - July 80 j-. Stations.-Sellers are asking: extreme pricea-« for gosd properties, and since our last import several Melbourne buyers bsve returned bonis declining-to invest nil present values reoede* - VFe regret tbat these gentlemen have seea Queensland at a very unfortunate time, most of the country being deluged by the late rain, and . etork looking in their worst form. Fitand fitore Cattle.-JJo change since our* last. Local cattle are worth 20s. per LOOlbj. for * prime btef. Fat and Store Sheep,*-Prime fat cheep ore - selling niivaiely at 10s. 6. to Its. 6. We have disposed Oi several lots at quotations. In store ? sheep there is not much actual business doing. Brodtise,-Rider.-Demand vety slack. l'su> nets ace at a e tanas till for the want of bark.. The fall in the London markets has caused a depression in Sydney, where price* are lower than in Brisbane. Best hides realise 4d. to 4)d>t at whioh prices we Have s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

BIRTH.   At her residence, Charters Towers, on Sunday, 8th August, the wife of MR ANTHONY CONVEY of a daughter. MARRIED.   ON the 23 rd Juty, 1875, at Georgetown, Ether- idge River, before Registrar, MR. WILLIAM KELLY, late of the Queenslander Machine, Newtown, Etheridge Gold Field, to SUSANNAH TURNER, late of Charters Towers.

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. Friday Evening. BRISBANE. August 11 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, Friday Evening. BRISBANE. August 11 A railway laborer has been crushed to death by a fall of earth on the railway works. Sparrow has been sentenced to imprisonment for eighteen months for altering Customs docu- ments. The Assembly have finished with the Esti- mates-in Chief, and are now proceeding with the Loan estimates. They have voted £250,000 for   immigration purposes; they intend to extend it over two years. There are nine shiploads of immigrants now afloat on their way to Queens-   land.   Macalister stated in the House that the   Northern Circuit Court would be eventually re- moved to Townsville. Jack of the Scotch geological survey mentioned during the discussion on the Mining Depart- ment is willing to accept the appointment of geological surveyor of the North.   Several OConnell centenary celebrations with   rliegious...

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Notes and Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 14 August 1875

Notes and Events. The following corrections arrived, by last mail,   were too late for insertion, in the programme of the Cooktown races. They shall appear in   the programme. " Mr Fox, vice-president.     Three entrances in each race, and three accept- ances in Handicap." For "Town Plate," read     "Town Plate Handicap."   It is to be hoped that our visitors from the country in this neighborhood, and to all of whom circulars have been sent, will remember the Primary School, and give a contribution to it before they return home. The graziers are benefitted by the school, and should not refuse to contribute to its support.   The Dust Commitee met on Tuesday, at Tier- ney's hotel; Mr. H. R. Rutherford in the chair. Mr Davie reported that a sum of £25 11s. had   been collected. The dust had been removed as far as Ackers' sale-yards. He moved and Mr Malcolm seconded that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 August 1875

SEWING MACHINES. IMPORTANT FACTS. HOWE MACHINES. Tl»» celebrated Howe Machine elands un rivalled by any makers in the world. Why ? bo il use all other makers hud to pay a rurality to 1 Howe for pirating parts of his invontion.* ' THB NEW FAMILY MACHINE. bas been so Altered and revised that it now dtands " par excellence" over any other maker. Its eales exceed soy otbor* Machines In thousands yearly. Last year by 10,u00. Xhus proving it beyond doubt to be the leading machine of the ige i making a bouuliful critch, and being free of cog wheels and ehabv link?. HOWES family complete, £10. Uüwc's ll, for tailoring and light leather work, £11. Howe's 0, tho champion boot closing machine, from ila. THE SINGER'S FAMILY. Manufactured by the Singer's M. F. ii. Co. Beware of imitations. Ail genuine machines made by Singer have tbe trade medallion embedded ou the arm. Reduced price, completo, | OUR WHEELER and WILSON. The best spool machino in tbt colony. CAUTION..-It has come to our kuowledge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 August 1875

General Poat Office, Queen-laud, 16th July, 1876. TENDERS FOR TH« SERVIOR I87Q-7. CONVEYANCß OF, MAILS, SEPARATE Tentera atp hereby.invited,and will bo received until Noon of BATUM 1)1 Y, tue 2od Ootober next, for tb« conveyance cf, Poet OBlee Maila, » undei-maatinned, from thc first January. 1676. For full particulars sr- Queensland Govern ment Qaiette of thc 171 h August, copies or which may be seen on application at any Policcf O (Ere in the colony, and the Northern Miner pi tho 24th July. The Government will not necessarily accept thc lowest or any Tender., AMA.TEUH DRAMATIC. AND, ULEE CLUB. i MEETING of the above Club will be held ¡X at Mr. Lee's (opposite to Ur. Acker's Sale Yards), on Mondays andTkursdays of each week, at 8 p.m. sharp. J. X. DAVIS, 8ee. pm. tem. TO Shearers and Others.-Shearing will com mené» at Nn'-al Downs about SEPT. lat -Shepherds wanted. Notice ALL aeeonnts owing to the late iron of J. Harvey end Co., butchers, Charters Towers and Millchester, must be pa...

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE Tuesday Evening. BRISBANE. August 16 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 August 1875

Telegraphic News. [ThCU o :;. HISPASE TELEGKirHIC AGEST] SVRTUZ&lt IlIKEk OFFICE, luosdftj" E veiling. BRISBANE. August 16 Tbe Assembly was engaged on Friday evening in discussing the Education Bill in Committee. Tbe Bill i> beintr strongly opposed- The Oppo sition remained outside the bu to niafeo a .."ño Ifuuse." Thc Government, wi li rjifflcu^ty, formed a House. Macrossan, Walsh, and Palmer subsequently urged tho postponement, of the do ba'e to Tuesday. A langend recriminative de bate followed, the House being counted quite seven times. ' Walsh made a violent attack on thc supporters of tho Bill, and challenged Hem mant, Peachy. Frasor, and Bailey as having vio la: eil their bustiups pledges, JJcmuiant told \S n)kh ii his speech was intended ns a jest on the bu incss ol thc country lie (Welsh) much belied his position ; but. il' it were nude earnestly it was n lieliberute lie. A scene of great confu sion encurtí. Hemmont's words were taken down. Ile' apologised afterwa...

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DOUBLE MURDER IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 August 1875

DOUBLE MURDEH IS MELBOURNE. MKLBOCKXE Aufruit 17. A terrible double mnrdcrrasbeen perpetrated at Frankttnnr, An elderly man, named Howard, landlord of o hoi, 1 nt Si'nnaiirii'r'e Point, lind, it apoitra, qimrrelleri nilli Klimb.lli Wricbt. a hotelk<«per at Frankttone, «iib trimm he «ns iati.nah. lv.fla.neJ wi'.h jealousy of hor «ar inan, Horan, Howard uwairci! ^ their- treing. He atabbed the wonjan flrejt with n lnrje burgher's I knife, inflicting four desperate wound-. She died 1 instantly, Howard, tliVp ( getting at Horan, elahbed.hirq in, tbe heart, fatally, causing instant dparh:' Howard has heen en Cf ted.and brought before tba Police Court and remanded, pending thp inquf sta on the bodies of tbe victims.

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The Education Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 August 1875

Tue Education QueBtion. TH« Northern Advocóte having published Mr Macrossan's speech and other speeches against, the.Cducat'oc Bill, we think it only fair te gin a few extracta on the other side. We, tahr the - following from flaa«r<i,14tb July: The Colonial Treasurer said : The measure, before them at the prêtent time bad been dia-' ousted by the faanorable member tor trie Ken nedy as if it was for the abolition pf the non Teated schools only. That that, certainly, wal ft very important feature in ,it, ha would nit at tempt to disguise, but there wera others also of importance which bad not received that at tention at tito,bonds of «the houomble members which that, importance justified. The honorable meine*!- for the Kennedy had been somewhat «»vere on (tit honorable colleague at the bead of ' the Government, and in that respect had been preceded by the honorable member for Clermont 01 the previous evening. From the speech ol the honorable member for tho Kennedy, one wou...

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LONDON. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 August 1875

Aupilít 17. I i at I grife aro rrs'iven on viiornna operation! for tbe renmniiin nf tlie imurreelion. The pro vin<<« of Heraegpvinn bus pent large re-ioforre nii-nta. Henka (Pt Dalmntiani and Monlene grim, art joining the mturgenti.

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THE GOVERNOR'S OLD WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 August 1875

THE GOVERNOR'S OLD WOMAN. Some of our readers doubtless remember the Btoiy told of ,a well-known, ironmonger iú. Sydney, who, on the ? arrival ? of Sir Charles Fitzroy, a« Governor of New South Wales,, waj,t¡;J at Government-house for the pu'.poso o£s'>liciting the Governor's patronage,, a^d 'meeting an elderly person aire in tho .hali, wlipm ie. took to he the housekeeper, slipped a . £10 note into hor hand with a knowing wi4ki wltfle.bespeak ing her good offices, and skedadlii.g in his confusion on his discovering, that that the supposed housekeeper was, np other than , Lady Marv Rteroy, ' who., happened tobe, cpwsing^the ball just ss the, lronraongep. emereC Another mistake, almost as lu diorous,, lalôîlyv occurred to !<ady Nor ¡ manby, a« we learn by a, New Zealand exchange, whiqh.says-"That after the vice-regal, party had inspected the Wai tings Bridge they.called at tins ' hotel ' on the Ota o sile of the,.river, and whi e they weie congregated in front of the hi...

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The Machines [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 August 1875

i The Machines 1 Owa>AHB,iU..-66 tona p,c, Imperial, 47'oifr Il dwu ; 60 tons IS cwt. Old-Identity, 47 oía ? ll dwts ¡ 76 lens and a-lialf Marr p.c, (mundie I »nd brown stone) 158 ott ; 40 tons 6 «wt Just si-Usual etiended, 66 ois 16 dwts-¡ 86 tons No. 1 Punier, 9 oj« 10 dwlt ¡ 21 tons 16 dwts Hit or Miss, 8 oiB 3 dwts. NavBR DBiPAlB.r-221 tons Ko. 1. Queen,, (ruundio and redstone) 216 ors lt.dwu. ; p,c, Caledonia Lease, going through. VENUS.-114 tons Papuan Extrusion, 162 ots IO dwta ; 77 tons Imperial No. 2,63 ots 6 dwts ; 64 tons Old Identity No. 1, 107.ots 10 dwie ¡ 20 - tons Martin Lyons, 38 ots 13 .dwts ; 8i tons Queenslander, ll ots 13 dwts; 7. tons John Bright, 6 oís ; St. Patríele No. 2 (mundic), No. 3 St. Patrick (red.Btone), going through still. DBFIAHCEt-No 1 fit Petri '.k still going through.

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Commercial [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 August 1875

Commercial- ! Mew*. W. ACES sa mr, Co. report et ipllowe : ' Horses.-We hare lately diappwd ot a lajge quantity of bones for Messrs. J, B. Campbell privately end by auction, at prices rangiug from £10 to £15. We can 6nd a ready sale tor ymim; horse*, in good condition, at a price in advance of those quoted, Enquiries are numerous fa.' .»hip and wuim horses, A, good number of hacks bavo been quitted uadpr tb# hatnJior for local owners at fair prioea. Merchandise..-A nicely selected stock ha, been sold by bp, chiefly in. email lou, consisting ot grooeries and, drapery, Vt» Save sold, alf i for local patrons, and for a consignée, by sample, tv large stockpot, ales, porter, wines, and spirit», the prioes.^enerfillji.beioi; satisfactory. We hare, negotiated a large parcel of dour nt £21 10s per too, Ct. O. galvanised iron af. £32 10a, maize at. Us 6d pei;, bushel. Mi ung.-One half share in the Peabody Lease No.2 we? sold b) us Ut £32, and one-sixth share in.the No. 10 Identity, B.O" fer ...

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