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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 August 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER Sfttorncg, Solicitor, proctor, <®oit= bcganccr, &c.. Out be consulted daily at Hishon'e Holcli MlLUJHESTEii. HO. P U EC ELL, M.D, & SUUGISON, (Licensed undortlic Queensland Medical Board,) Has BEMOVUD from the Club House Hotel to bis uew residence, nearlr opposite tbo Masonin Hal], llioiir-sti'Cet, where lie cao bo coueultod daily, J. A. Scliarfibnberg, Dr. med., PjtfSIOIAN, SuBQEON, AKi) ACCOUCIIEUB. Valf qualified at tlio BTedicai Board. CHAHTgUS TOWERS. [A CAJID,] JOHN O'FLYNN, MINING AGENT. SHAUlSBKOKEf!, Sc., (Officer/the llainhnw G.M.P.C., Limited.) Neat Tiernej-'g Alining Exchange liott;!. CHABTERS TOVTKRS. T. S. Garter. SOLICITOK Tierney'e Mining EscJmngc Hotel. Charters To were. Manleod, & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Custom Houso add Forwarding Agouta, TG^SVILDE. ? I. ALAND, «cj©Ti@Bseei!i a ©ssatsjssiara fl@E637 JttKEli STBEET, Temporary Office: Hargrcatci Hotel, CHARTERS TOWI3HS. A. W . J A S P E 11 , SADDLER & HAE...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1875. Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. Friday Evening. BRISBANE, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 August 1875

SATURDAY, ADJUST 26, J675. Telegraphic News. [FUOM OCR DUI6BANE TELnmtAFUIO AGENT] NORTHERS' WINER OFFICE, l''udiy JiVonint'. BUI SHANE. August 25. The Assembly yesterday passed the third read, irig of the Education Bill, and &old Mining Companies Bill, and lUeu adjourned ns a mark of retpect, during the funeral of the late CJsmrao dor«! GojJenough. Aug. 26. The Assembly hare concluded the Loan Etti mates. The vole fpr £112.000 for the railway between : Maryborough and Gympie witbdrawU. The Deceased Wife's Sister Bill has been re .orred for the Royal assent. Tbe Additional Loan Estimate# proride for a railway survey fro n Townsville towards Charteis T . vers. A cablegram states that the Porte has ordered tbo concentration of a large force at Misil, in cjnscqueno0 of the threatening attitude of Servia, whe*e 100.003 militia have been called out. Tke arrival* in the colony for the six months ended June 30th, exceed the departures by orer 1J.OOQ persons. HAWKKSBUBY BACJSS. Guin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 August 1875

New Issue. T"*?- Iaaue the QVEE.YSLAA'JJEB will appear oil SATURDAY, AUG- HI. J* ®ontenU of the Not series will include ' tho following special Original Papers ; PKOLOODE R} 1. Biunton Stephens. TALES c ., £»einghaui1".u story ofNorthern Station - », " 14 <,J"*l'tcra' Written specially for Mb Quccatlandtr, by Draimngo-" " ^ !<&turil Life," by Uarcus Clurke. THE TSULYXLLtZH : " % io the P/reieos," by SI. Tiiiue. Ihjs, the most papular of the recent works of this eminent FrcacU author, has bs-en pro nounced the most charming work of travel pub ished for many y. i rs. THE. 6KE1CI1ER : Couutry Leisure," a uerics of special Articles written for The Queetulatider, by Jlurcua Clurke *' Old Colonials," by " old Clmtn;" including ekctcbcsof *' I'tic Splitter," '*rhe£t>ucei," " Tiic Bullock Driver," &c., &c, bCIliNTlFJC AND USEFUL. " How i&e QueetuUmder ie Minted." " What We ought to Loon. at PfailBdelpbia." "Home Mechanics (Illustrated...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 August 1875

BIRTH. ROBERTSON.—On the 21th instant, at her resi- dence, Charters Towers, the wife of J. W. Robertson,of a son.

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TOWNSVILLE. (From our Correspondent.) August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 28 August 1875

T0WNSVILLE. (From our Corespondent.) August 26. In the libel case Godfrey v. Bailey, tried in the   Supreme Court, Bowen, a verdict was gives for plaintiff — damages £30. The question of costs was reserved. The "Florence Irving," from Bowen and Sou- thern ports, arrived at Townsville on the 26th. Yesterday an interpleader case, W. T. Smith v. Arthur Heath, £10 14s, in which W. T. Smith   was judgment creditor and Phillip Williams in- terpleader, claimant was adjourned to Tuesday next for a second magistrate. Who was the King who voted here at the last election for Ravenswood, when Beor and Mac- devitt were candidates? We are informed, on authority we cannot doubt, that the King who   presented himself to vote here then, though vouched for by an M.L.A., was no King at all, but a gentleman of French descent, still on this field, whose name, though he hadn't much of a breeches to wear then, was not Brian O'Lynn. We are glad to observe that the imp...

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SYDNEY. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

SYDNEY. August 30. The senior officer of tho Australian Squadron Ims received n telegram from the Quceu, ex pressing her symjiuthy for (be widow of Commo dore Qojdonough. The quantity of .tone crushed nt tho 41 Venus" machine duiing the month of July was llyU touB. yielding 1476 ozs 7 dwts of gold. "We Imvc to anolorise to our 6ubscribcra at the Broughion, Risbton, and Ltochford, for having sent their papers by tho coach instead of the ordinary horse iiiuil, thereby causing a delay of nearly a week in ti e deliveiy. The ball to-night promises 1o be a grcnt success. Mr ilemiing lim completed, from vci v simple materials, u collection Ot beautiful nrtUlic Ueoor'iliqns. JMr. iJargreaves bus made tre mendous preparations end is bound to draw a big crowd of lite own. The '{elects are going off lively, and the " ball is going on." At q meeting of the Presbyterian body, held this week, two tenders were received for the erection of a church-Christ Church-otic from Mr A. Fruser lor £230. the...

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The Earthquake. (From the "Bus" papers, W. Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

. The Earthquake. (?Fhrathe "But" papers, W. Timet.) It's a mean thing to tell os than the Cerberus oansed the earthquake - the meaner that it'a not true. '-Did yon feel tbe airthquak*. Mta. P.?" screams a neigh bour to the old woman the other rooming. "No, I didn't," says Dot "You didn't bear the rumbling? Lawks! it was loud enough, too. I was mendiu' Brown's trousis-drat him, be sot on a nail at his club meetin', the cussed old fool, and oome 'onie with a rent in 'em a yard long-when all at once tbe cups and saucers, and platen, and pots and pans beiiin'a dancing and clattering1 like mad. I drops tbe trousis in my fright, and a coal of the fire burns a 'ole in the lef-'nnd leg M big as a bunion, and I falls back in tny chear, and ketches old of my cal 'Liza by tbe tail of eer 'air, and I faints right away, soreamm' like mad, and when I comes, (o what d'ye think I see? That beast Brnwo tenrin' tip and down the room in iiiB naked lege, holilin' his trouxia in his; 'ajids, and loosin...

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The Machines (August 31st.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

The Machines (August 3Let.) I j One-aKD-Aix : 100 tons, Queen No. 8. lOCtoza 18dvvu.; 44. fieinbow No 8, 188jz# lOdvrts; 3J Washington No 1. JOors lOdwls ; 74. Lod^ Mar* gueritApc, 27MB lOdwte. U&inbow No 2 going I through. Venus : 220 tone, St Patrick No 8, l82ozs 14 dwtfl; 22; Union Jack p.o., 24ors HJarls; 49, I Puzulcr pc, (surface,) tfu&btidnrts ; 38, Nelson, No 4, 61i>ze. Aloxundra pc, Marquis of Lome pc, in retort; bt Patrick No 2, Columbia No 2, Union Jaclc No 2, going turougb. Neveb DfitPACU. 108 tona, Wellington pjc, H3o2«. Empress of the North, No 1, going tllrough. DSFUNCB: 190 loufl, St Patrick b.c., 317OZB. Ditto, going through. EnteuphisE : St Patrick pc going through. Mittr Lopisi : 138 tone Akbaind No 1, 244' ot; 78, Welcome pc.. 343jzs ; 17, Newtown Butler pc, 24os3. Moonstone pc going .through'

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

Mining News DURING the past week, wo visited (he reef* t>evon-i the Gd|>, and were much pleaaed <11 find miuinj operations going on briskly lu iliat t»va!i<y-especially at the DDEU OF WELLINGTON BEEF, which lately lias Undergone a great change ill tlie mode of its niutinueneiit. Tt>is reef w>s for a Inn,? time Inhorini under insu perable diffieul'tcs, owing, partly, to tiie iiiuxpcrienoe and wia-iimnagemeiit of its original owners ; but wcarc | leased to fiud that a change for tlie butter bus tafeen pl-ce. By i<>e c ?urtisy of Mr. Jonathan TvdiiD, we Were tiikeu through the pros peeling claim. The present manager bu bottomed B -traiglit shaft on the reef, at a depth »f 104 feet, from wliioba main level bus tieen put in a distance of £0 foci, reaching within 13 feet fr»m the western boundaty; from which drive 80 feet of "toping are now open, four of whioh are being curried in at present. Tbe reef, a* visible in (he different fu&...

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Charters Towers Police Court AUGUST 31. (Before, Messrs. CHARGES and MOWBRAY, J.P's.) INTERPLEADER SUMMONS [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

1 Charters Towers Poliee Oourt i , « Aliousr 31. (Before. Messn. Caiui.Rj and MoWflBiV, J.P'fi.) Iktekpleider Snuiroxs IK Urn case, Phillip William* WAS the inter* |>l<>Rrlcr claimant; Hie judgment creditor was VV. T« Smith; ani the debtor was Arthur Heath. Stanley Wolfereton. bailiff of the Small Debts Court, deposed ihat, on the !?th of August, lie seized a bark humpv and several goods and chat* tela represented to him as the property of Arthur licatb t he left a depulv in charge of toe pro* perly { he made the seizure under a writ of eieeul ion issued out of the Small Debt* Court on the IGthof August, at the instance of W. 1*: Smith, in the case of * W» i\ Smith v. A. Heath'; on tbe day advertised for the Bale, Phillip Wil» liams laid claim to the property ; he came into I he humpy and gave him a written uotice that the property was his j the levy was for £18 8s. Fbtllip Williams deposed: Produced certifi cate of sale; [read to the effect tnat, on the 22nd of Jun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

< 13 V.* 1 N <i M A 0 ]f 1 X JO v> IMPORTANT FACTS. H O \V I) M A c II I N K K . The n'JeVinvlcJ Mown MucUiui* MitucU un rivalled by auv iiiakt'O in Hit wuil.l. Why 'i b'. uumi nil other maker* hud to pav (i r«>yulity l«> Howe Cor pirnling purls of hi* invention. THIS NEW Family Maouinjs. lm» been BO Allured and revved thut it' now italidd " par cxcclleuc*" over any oilier maker. Its sales excecd any oilier Machines hj thousands yearly. Lut-t yenr bv 10,o00, Thus proving it l>e>'0(jcl doubt to bo (bo loutling machine of the igc ; making a beautiful stitch, and being free of cog tvbi'ui* and shaky links. llo WEB family complete, £10. Howe's 13, fur tailoring and ligid leather work, £11. < lion's (be champion bout closing uwichiuc, from £18. Tin: Singer's FAHIUY. &lanufacturcd by the cSiugiVs M. F. 0. Co. lku-arc of imitations, All genuine machines made by Singer have the trudo mcthilliou embedded on the arm. Jleduccd price, comp...

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Rochford. [From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

Rocliford [From our own (Jurrespondcnt.] ArrEB one xveok's stoppage for repairs, the stampers are again at work. Messrs. Mills and f'oaeS Uuve purchased the coiroontrators and Wheeler's paus from the Ride Through machine, Bavenswood, which they arc erecting at the Pio neer. I believe it is their intention lo try the tailing!; but, when one remembers that the chemical assays of thom from tfeisrs. DuckUud ana Peek only averaged four and a-half penny weights t> the too, 1 am afraid they will not be very grand,-although I sincerely hope, for the boitolHof thoeo enterprising gentlemen, as also for our men ol business, that it will proroap&y* able speo. Another horse gent visited us last week, and sold a horse to un inhabitant of our quiel little township. Our police officer iu charpe, thinking the hone *as a stolen one-by the way ifou. and Uirwt»r,» out and die figured-took liim up on suspicion for horse ati-aling, and marched liitn before the Havens wood biMicii on the follow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

WANTED, ft Smart DOT, as an Apprcntioe. Mu«t be able to read and write well. Apply at Nomhehk MIKEB Office.-T. O'KANE. AVTED to Fnrcham either a Two, Three, or Five-horse Team,-Apply to Joseph' LEAOH, Charters To won. . Gtaueral l'ost Office, Queensland, 16th Julj, lS7n. .TENDERS FOB THE SERVICK 1870.7. oonvetanle OF MAILS. OEPARATE Tcniert are hereby invited and O will be received until Noon of SATURDAY, the 2nd October itcx , for the conreyanoo of Post OOlce Mails, ns undermentioned, from the first Janitor}'. 1878. For full particulars see Queensland Govern . went Qaiette of the 17th August, copies or which may be Keen on application nt an; Police Office in the colony, and tlio Northern Miner of the 24th July. The Govomuiont will not necessarily accept the .lowest or any Tender, Tenders Wanted FOB supplying 10Q.Q3Q Feet of IfQGS. Sp^cificaiiona to be seen, and information given, on application.-Tenders to be opened on Wvduesday. September 8tb. W. D. CASEY: ODD FELLOWS* HALL. Impor...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. AUGUST 19. (From the Courier.) FINANCIAL SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMRLY. AUGUST 19, (From the Courier.) FINANCIAL SEPARATION. Mr. Macrossan, in moving the resolution stand* ing in his name on this subject, t,avd ib was a mutter conecntiug which a good deal of diV eaiibfiielion prcvailod, and had prevailed for i long time, ii. the northern districts of tlic co] o»y. Although bo was quiio trilling to admj thut, during the poet eighteen mouthy tbo Nort bid no geoat, reason to complaitn of the amouti uf I'xpenditure it bad received, still be was < opinion, and thepople of th*t portion of th | colony wcrv of opm/oii, that they did not reseite i tueir fair share i-i proportion to the lercnue di« I rived flow (be northern districts. Tiie rerenui, i he believed, or that portion was much Jaw ibati tJmf of other portions of the colony; aril I yet hebeliered he was right in saying that (be toial amuuut spent on roads nnd bridges, uud I ^er "0r.kB cluiracicr, scarce) r exceeJH ^ jO.I'Ol) eince jS/J, wiiilcin tl>o districts gjutb o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

M \I1 6. \\li» nrriVv' at Olilrtvrf T Fp^tn MiiVfct-tpr <1 a\\x, 1\ a.m . G 3«.» p,u», " T«>wiinillo : Suridas' & Tliur-rliiy, 8 p.ui, iU>ou*\v«iod t r> jt.m. Smuriliiy. J>Bln)Ujilo. .] p.ni, Mnjulity. I, Jlntigliion : 8 Similar. from Cbdrtura Tovrcre. For Millrbpster, daily 9"8i) a.m, 5 p,*n. " TowiiKrille : WVJnreday and Saturday, 6 a,m. Rfivenswoo.l : Moi.dny" 4 p.m. ,» Dalmnplp : £lln(iay, 0 a,in. " Hun^hton : Wo-lnr-slAr »t Siturdy, 6 n.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER Sttorncg, Solicitor, proctor, <fStnu farganccr, See.. Can be consulted daily at HUlion's Hotel, MlLLCiilitSIEtt. He. 1> U H C E Xi i.. M.Df & SURGliON, (Licensed under the Queensland Medical Board,) Has BE&IOVED from llio Club HOUBC Hotel to hifl uew residence, ucarir opposite the Mnsonio Hall, Miner-street, where lie can be consulted daily, J. A. Scharffenborg, Dr. mcd., Phtbioian, SURGEON, ak«> Accoticuedb Dnlj qufililled at the Medical Board, ?r CUAKTEttS TOWEES. [A CAUD,] JOHN O'FLYNN, MINING AGENT. SHABEimuKEfl, &c., {Office of the llainbnu- 6.M.P.C., Limited.) Near U'icrncy'a Mining Exchange Hotel. CHAIlTEnS TOWERS. T. S. Garter. SOLICITOR Tiernpy'i Mining Exclmnge Hotel. Charters Towers. Macleod> & Co., OENERAI, STORJJKKEPJiRS, Custom HOUBP and Forwarding Agebta, TOW^SVlfcLE. I. ALA D, MSeVHQMEER * ©SMia388ll©f!l unrsa stueet, Temporary Office: Hargreawt' Hotel, CHARTEH.S TOWERS. ^ W . j" A S P K R , SADDLER ...

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANEE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, Tuesday Evening. BRISBANE. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

Telegraphic News. ouit nuibBit-T. Tin.nciniPHto AGENT] b'GBTlIIiRN 3I1XEJI OFFICE, Tuesdiy Evening. HRISHA.NE. August 30, Cablegram# elate that the Alphoneirffl havfl captured the ehadcl and garrison of Londurgel. The Turkish Imperii! Commisnioocrs and for eign Consuls ine» t at Mosiur. on 'iueeduy, to nc gociatc with (he iuanrgt-nta of lItirffct;ovin&. Ihfe jury have been utinble to ugnw with reference to the cause of the recent deaths by ? drowning from the collision of (he Queen's 3 tioli11 11 Alberta " uud " Myetleioo.'1 The BniiV of California and tbr National GoJd ' Bank, hoth in San Francisco, imve futicd in con* I erque~.ee of a fimtfininl crisis there. ! At Singapore no'/hiiig is officially known i(1 i confirmation of tho report tbnt the Chinese nutUoriticB have insulted Wade, the British I Minister a* IMuq* It u mated that Wade only informed the home Govurnmcut of biidissalis* faction with t'le foreign ixjlicy of tin* Chi note, | and euggeeteri the oipnlieiu-y of h...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 September 1875

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. THIS is an age of electrical change and development. Tho idea of to-day, the cunning elaboration of the brain stands before us to-morrow, clothed in its mate-   rial embodiment, a living working reality.   The whole humble family has become one         sentient solidarity, through which thoughts       flash and reflash with instantaneous ve-         locity. Slowly, surely, though impercep- tibly, the dead lumber of old tyrannies, old statecrafts, old priestcrafts are being pushed off by the irresistible upheaval of   the much-despised "masses." From the     dawn of history they have been the sport and mockery of the cunning contrivers of dynasties and creeds, and even to-day we see people bowing down beneath the iron   sceptre of an Ale...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 September 1875

Uollmmy't Ointment aiic PilU.-Dangerous Chest Camplaints:-The enumeration of tliera diseases is soarocly neowBBaiy. as,unfortunately, laoBt Englishmen know ttaein to their cost. Coughs, common influenza, bronchitis, asthma, pleurisy, inflammation of the lungs, and even consumption in its early stages, are beBt treated by rubbing Holloway*e Ointment upon the chest and upon the bade between the shoulders It penetrates internally, cheeks tho oold shiver ings, relieves the over-gorged lungs, geadually removes the oppression from the ohest, and reo tores the obstructed respiration, hitherto no distressingly disagreeable and highly dangerous In treating.this class of disessis, HliUovray's Sills flhouTd always be taken while using bis Ointment; they purify the blood, promote per spmtion, and allay danramus irritstion. OXTGBN IB IilFE. - B3. BRIQUT'8 FhOBPBo! Multitudes Of peoplo are hopeleslv. euffering from debility, nervous and liver com plaints, depression of spirits, failure of memory,...

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ON CITY SWELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 September 1875

ON CITY SWELuS. CITY swells are young men of twenty-three yearj of age with tight trousers and big bands. They wear Lome neckties of blue silk, and red and yollow waistcoasts, and have chilblains in the wintei. They put three rings on the little finger, and hate no vamps to their stockings. They fasten their wristbands with mosaic medals, and have diamond studs in their shirt-fronts. In the evening they carry canes and when they walk they rise in a marked manner from tho heel to tho toe. When tliey stroll nut they light twopenny cigars with lucifer matches. They have gold watoli-cbaina spread aeroBs the waistcoats, but IOOE at the sun when asked the time of day. No one knows where they live, and they possess no pooket-handkeroliiefs They have two bslf-orowns and four-penoe in their pocket on Saturday evening, and borrow a shilling off some one on Mon day. Swells delight in reading Plato and the Weekly Vampire. They ad mire" the Sym posium and the Conundrums most. They frequent the b...

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