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

SEWING MACHINES. IMPORTANT FACTS. Il O W li MACHINES. Til« celebrated Howe Machine stand« un pivulioil ty any imikors in the world. Why t bi ninu) ult othur'niakers had to pav a royalily to Howe for pirating p'irts of his invention. TUE NEW FAMILY MACHINE. bas boen ao Altered and revised that it now etalids " pur excellence" over any other maker* Its sales evoeed aay other Muchiucs by iiousands yearly. Last year by 10,'JOO. Thus proving if beyond doubt to be tho loading machine of the *igo i making a beautiful stitch, and being free of cog wheels and shaky links. llowxs family complete, $10. Howe's B, for ailoring and light leather work, £11. Howe's C, thc champion boot closing machine, from £13, THE SIKGEII'S FAMILV, Manufactured by thc Clinger's M. F. G. Co. Bewure of imitations. All genuine machines made by Singer have the trade medallion embedded on the urm. Reduced price, complete, «5°, Gua WHEELER and WILSON, The best spool muohino.in thi colony. CAUTION.-lt has come to our kn...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Correspondence. RE COURT HOUSE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

O orrespondence JIB OOUKT HOUSE. TO THE EDITOB. Sm,-Surely, thc time has arrived when tome proper steps should bc taken to procure the re moral of tho court-house from that forlorn and desolate neciopo)¡s~MiUoliest«r. Á politlón should bc presented from the Towers inhabitants to government without delay. It can be only ignorance on the part of thc powerB in IbiBbane of the slate of the-two townships that thc court-house has not be shifted long before this, for there is not a tangible reason why ic should romain lhere-save, perhaps, thc expense of re moving and re-ereoling it Charters Towers should liave boen from the opening of tho Hold the prin cipal place. Why il was kept so long in Ibo background oan only be accounted for hy the fact thal Ilia matter was left in the hands of an interested few. Thc comparative stale of the places at thc present time shows how Bight has conquered in the end. Government, if appealed lo, will take into ounsidcintirn the inconveni ence Hie real workin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"An Officer and a Gentleman" [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

" An Officer and a Gentleman " Colonel . Valentino Baiter. -Assistant Quartet master-Goncrni nt Aldershot, who had been arrested in n tlrst-clsss cirriaga on the South Western Railway, WOB OD tho 18lh of June, charged before the Guildford magistrates with assault. - M(BB Kat.' Dickenson said she Hied at Dunford, Midhurst, Sussex. On the previous dav shu was a passenger hv ihe three ii'chHi train (roto Midhurst, to Pctersflelif. Ai Liphouk station tho defendant ¡io- into th ? compartment and sat opposite tn her. Hi talked, and they had sum.- gei cral conver sation about tho theatres, the Academy, i and the beauties of the country. On leaving "Woking «utiun he suddenly shut up the window and asked ber for her name which «he refuted lo give. He then annie and oat beside her, still entreatidg her to give bim her name, and asking permission to write to her. She tamed ber head away, and pushed him off, saying, "I won't have you so near." Then he put hi? arm round ber waist and kissed her ...

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

RoUotvay't Ointment and Pille.-Indisputable Bemedies-In tho. use of these medicaments títere need be no hesitation or doubt of their cooling, healing, and purifying properties. She ointment stands unrivalled for the facility it dis plays in relieving, bealing, and thoroughly curing the most inverai« sores and ulcers, and in cases of bad lees and bad breasts they act as a charm. The puls are the most effectual reraody ever dis covered for the cure of liver complaints-dis eases most disastrous in their effects, deranging all the functions of the organs affeoted, inducing restlessaeas, melancholy, weariness, inability to Asleep, andnainin the aide, until the whole sys tem is exhausted. Those wonderful pills, if taken according to the printed directions aocom paning each box, strike at the root of the mal ady, stimulate the stomaoh and liver into a healthy action, and effect a complete eure. OxYajöi ra LIFE.-DE. Baioni'B PHOSPHO DTNB. - Multitudes of peoplo are bopelesly suffering from ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

TO ann tenon. ?luau jiiii iou IB very wen Known tina eiae ot Bockliampton. 1'oor Mun 'Joni is on honest mun-nt least, lie says so, end uerer forgets to state it before lie commences oue of those long, interesting yarns about Iii« dreadful sulferiug undeserved, of course : for - " Brutus Í6 un honorable mm) Î "So aro they all : t hey aro nil honorable men." His sufferings commenced when ho visited the doctor, who tried lo take that lokcn of affection, from him, a black gin had supplied him with I So ho wandered ou, before ho was cured. Patched up then in tho Bniv.oo dcuartmciil of Mork hampton liospitnl. bc came lo the Towers-a wanderer, sorel}' afflicted again. He succeeded to get into the hospital, in his usual style. Poor Tom, honest Tom f hero he met lils misfortune again-In thc shape of a cruel warda roan, who suid ho could not stand his meek words and his kind Blylo of talking, bo he lind'ta walk ont agoin, on honest man-but oiily oatched up again ! Too much uf a coward to \ co...

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

MILLCHESTER ADVERTÍ8E MENT8 will be received by Mr. ,T. FOLEY Agent for thc Kortticru Miner up to 4 o'clod p.m. on Friday; T. O'KANE.

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Mining News [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

Mining News HATCH) heard good reports of the claims on thc Alabmia linc of reef for some time past, and' noting that a large quantity of «tone had been crushed from tho two claims on the reef, 1 made that th: starling point of my weekly visit, pass ing on to tho Forgel-Me-Nut and Grand Secret claims and returning bv the Lady Marin and Lord Stanlcv reefs. Very slow progress is made in sinking tho deep slinfe in thc lease on the cost end of thc Al uluma reef. It hos reached n depth of 107 feel, and lim reef is confidently be lieved to be within a few feet pf the bottom of tbc shaft. The ground is as. solid as it is pos sible to Und on the Reid, so that considerable labour and capital must be expended before the claim can be opened when the reef bas been cut. The shaft has been worked continuously for nearly 12 months, and the ralo of sinking bss been very little per week, but every square iuch of rock has been eliot out. Io tho p.c. thc ground is to be opened out at tho fool of the un...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, Friday Evening. BRISBANE. September 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

Telegraphic News. [PBOH OUB BRISBANE TËLEQBÂPBIO AQEOT] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, Friday Evening. BRISBANE. ) September 18. The " Mikado " arrived at Sydney lok night. Gladstone bas published another pamphlet discussing thc question of the Papacy. He declares tho Papacy will seise the first opportunity, through bloodshed, to maintain ita ruletand will plunge, if nccc*Bary,|the whole woild info war. Colonel Baker has been dismissod thc irmy. Henry Rochfort has challenged Paul Ide Caa saignùc to figbt a duel at Geneva. . \ Tilton takes another action against Bescher. Moody and Saukey have returned to America. They describe their success in England as mar vellous. / Fifty rnillB bavo closed at Ashton-otuLyMie. 8000 operatives thrown out of employment. Working associations aro supporting tbejlookcd out. ? Don Carlos writes that Alphonso, by the cruelty of thc measures ordered by thc Madrid Government, bas been guilty of unprecedented conduct, and will have the effect, like the blood of the...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Murder of a Child in a Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

Murder of a Child in a Church THE JNew York Herald gives tlie fallowing détails of this case, previously intimated by tolegram :-Boston, Mass., May 24, 1875. The attempted murder of the little girl, Mabel Young, in one of tho city churches yesterday afternoon, bas crested the most Intense excitement and indignation through out thc community. She is still lingering in unconsciousness, and her wounds aro of suoh a serious naturo that it is doubtful if she will ever recover Thomas Piper the sexton of the church, is still held in cus tody, and the circumstances indicating bis guilt are constantly multiplying. The in cidents of tbe tragedy, so far BB developed aro rjcculiarly touching. A beautiful tittle girl while leaving the church with a flock of her schoolmates, with her books in her hand, strays up into the tower, or is possibly enticed thither ta see the pigeons'; aud there, out of sight of all but one mur derous fiend, receives the cruel wounds which were intended to end her inooo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. September 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

8TONKV. September 17. j lue "CainbrjilgJliire, from fondón to 8jd ncr, bu become a total wreck 0:1 Preservation Inland in Bass' Strain-Captain and ercwured. j Tlie "Oil/ of Hobarton" collided with a' schooner in tbe harbor, and sank lier, j

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Legislative Assembly. SEPTEMBER 8. (From the Courier.) EDUCATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

Legislative Assembly. SEITEUBEU S. (From tho Courier.) EDUCATION BILL. Ou tho motion of Mr. Oriffitn the House wont into committee for consideration of the amend menta of thc Legislative Council on thc Educa tion Uill, Mr. Dickson taking the chair. Thc amendment in clause 1 ol thc bill was postponed till aftor consideration of the other ametidmonU. Mr. Griffith moved that 4io committee dis agree wit.li thc Council's amendment in clause 4-, requiring tbnt all regulations for carrying out thc objects of thc bill should bo laid before both HOUSOB of Parliament for approval, and after euch approval and proclamation in tho Gazette should have force ol' law. This amendment he (Mr. GrifUth) said would render the measure entirely uuworkuble, OB regulations, even as to tbc smallest multara of details, would require Parliamentary sanction. Ir. Palmer agreed with Ibo AttorDcy-Gene ral's objections to the amendment, and was opposed to it also, becauso it would practically amount to having an Ed...

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MELBOURNE. September 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

MELBOURNE. September 17. TIio missing notos of the Bank of vutora lave been found at the private residence of tho ex change clerk. A skull founi nt MorningLor. has been pro nounced br Professor MoOoy to be the l»Bd of an Australian marsupial lion, tho third largest lion in the world, The Opposition will, probably, oust the Go vernment on the Financial Question. Gold is plainly visiblo ia the doop lead oí thc Magdala Oorapiuy reef.

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

POLICE COUBT. Charters Towers. Summons Days ; Tuesdays and Fridnye. Prisoners every day. SI'ALL DEUTS COURT. First and Third Wrdncsâ y in every Month MlMCIlESTEE. Summons Days : ifondnys and ThurEdnys. SMALL DEBTS COURT, rat mid Third Thursday evory mouth. WARDEN'S-COUBT. Charters Towers, Tuesdays and Thursdays, on which days injuuclions also will bc granted, MIUCIIESTER. Every Wednesday.

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

H. J. W. BOWKER Stonies, Solicitor, proctor, «Boiu orgaucrr;, &c, Can be consulted daily al Hiahon'e Hotel, - MlLl.CU KB l'Eu. HC. V U B C B I« L . M.D, A SUUGIioN, (Licensed under thcQui-cnsluud Medical Dourd,) HUB ElîHOVICD from tile Club How» Holcl to bi» new residence, neurlv opposite tbe Musuuie Hall, Miner-street, where lie cm bo consulted daily, J. A. Scharfenberg, Or. wed., PHTOIOIAN, SURGEON, A*I> ACCOUCHEUR Sidy qualified at tho Medical Board. OttARTEBS TOWSES. [A CABD,] JOHN O'PLYNN, MININO AGENT JJAKKBEOKER Ac, {Off.etoftU Rainbow 0.3Í P.C , Limited.) Near Tierney** Mining Etcliange Hotel. CHARTERS TOWERS. T. S- Garter. SOLICITOR Tierney'« Mining Exchange Hotel. Chartere Towen. Macleod A Co., ÜKNKKAL STOHKKKKI'KRS, Custom House and Forwarding Agent«, TOWNSVILLE. I. ALAND, fiííCTaesüEER * esKisfusaisK A©E«OT IIINEU 8TB.EET, Temporär)/ Office i Bargreatiei' Betel, OHAIlTISliS TUWKItS. W . J A S P E lt , BADDLKR & HARNESS MAKE E. CHiBTEBB TowEBE. Fraser's...

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Government Savings Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

Government Savings Bank. Bcturn oí operations for I bc month of August, 1875 : New accounts opened ... 480 Accountsclosod . ... 31 Increase ia number of aecouuU ... ... 156 Number ol deposits ... 2558 Number of withdrawals.. 1360 Total sum deposited .£32.800 0 2 Total sum withdrawn. 30,513 15 3 Amount to the credit of 11,036 depositors on Ibo 31st Aug., ? 1875 .ÖSB.684 17 3 Amount to the credit of 11,780 Depositors on the 31st July, 1875 . 682,992 6 li Incienso for the month of Aug. .2,592 ll 10

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MAILS. Mails arrive at Charters Towers. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

MAILS. MTJIB arrive al Chartere Tovfcrs. j From Millchester dully, ll a.m., C'30 p.m, " Townsville : Sundae ic Thursday, 8 p,m, " Ravenswood: Bo. do, 6 p.m, Saturday. ., Dalrymple . 4 p,ra, Monday. Haughton : 8 p,oi, Suuday. Mails depart from Charters Towers. For Millchester, daily 0 80 a.m, S p,iu. " Townsville -.Wednesday and Saturday, Oa,m. " Ravenswood : Do, do., Monday, 4 p,m. " Dalrymple : Sunday. 9 a.m. " Haughton : Wedncsdny & Saturday, a.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1875.   THE Rainbow No. 2 completed a crushing at Tough's machine, on Monday, of 525 tons, which yielded 1597 ounces of gold ; the St. Patrick Block, from 200 tons at Deane's "Defiance," cleaned up the same     day, 334 ozs. 10 dwts. The St. Patrick No. 2 cleaned up from 538 tons at the Venus     withs yield of 1854 ounces. The gold from the three crushin^gs lies at the Queensland National Bank, and is worth a visit. It is expected that the next escort will be one of the largest from this field. Stran- gers coming amongst us are struck with the fact that Charters Towers is almost unknown in the South. This is owing partly to the efforts of "Special Corres-   pondents" to Brisbane newspapers to bring Millchester to the front in every- thing, and also to the ignorance of Bris- bane people in referençe to Northern Queensland. We should be glad to see Millchester flourish, but not at th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(From the Townsville Times.) THE ETHERIDGE. September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 18 September 1875

(From the Townsville Times.)   THE ETHERIDGE. September 14, Return of crushings from 9th August to 14th September, 818 tons, 2308 ounces. The escort, which left yesterday for Cardwell, took 3382 ounces. On the 2nd instant a specimen, weighing 9 lbs, yielded 23 ounces, from the Anne Day Gully. A numerously signed requisition was for- warded yesterday to Mr William Aplin, request- ing him to allow himself to be put in nomina- tion for the representation of the Burke District.   If he accept, there is every probability of his return. Jones and party of the Mary p.c. crushed, during the week, at the Mary Louisa machine, 2 tons 8 cwt. of stone, which yielded 13 ozs. 6 dwts. of gold. In the police-court on Thursday, a man charged with being drunk, was discharged with a caution; Sarah Revel, for using obscene langu-   age in a public place, was cautioned and dis- charged. We regret that we must decline publishing "Maska's" clever effusion. It would on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

POLICE COURT. Clxirtore Towers. 1 Summons Pfljft : Tuesdays and Fridays. Prisonors every day. SVALL DKBT8 COURT. First and Third Wcdneed y in every Mouth Mimxjbesteb. Summons Duy6 : Mondays and Thursdays. SMALL DEBTS COURT. rat and Third Thursday every month. WARDENS CODItT. Charters Toners, Tuesday* and Thursdays, on which days injunctions also will be granted, MlIXCUESTER. Every Wedncsdny. WAILS. MHle arrive at Chart era Towers. From Mil'cbcster daily. 11 a.m., G*30 p.m, lf Townerillc : Sunday & Thurtdny, 8 p.ui, t, Kavenswood: Do. do, 5 p.m, Saturday. u Dalrymplo . 4 pjtn, Monday. Houghton : 6 ii,ui, Suudny. Mails depart from Charters Towers. For MillcUeeter, daily 9*30 a.m, 5 p,ra. Toivnsvillo : Wednesday uud Saturday, no,m. «, Ravenswood : Do. do., Mondny, 4 p,w, " Dulrymple : Sunday. 9a,m. t| HaugUton : Wednesday & Saturday, a.m. MI LLC II 13 ST 15U ADVERTISE MEKTS will be received by Mr. J. Poles' Agent for tbo Minrr up to 4 o'clorl i».m, on Kridav. T. O'JUNB....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER attocncg, Solicitor, proctor, CEoiu brgnnrcr, &c.. Can be consulted daily at- llislion'e Hotel, C. I' u It C E i. Ii. M.I>, A tiUI.O.-.uN. (Licensed undertlic Qiii'ciieIiiihI Medii.nl Doni'il.) ? ir"B HKHOVPD from Hie Club Houbo IIolil to hit lie»v iVfiil. i,.o,n.'i.ilv tlii! Miihuiiii-1 Hull, Miiitsr-arcct. n-liiii'C l.u inn lie tviiBiilirti , daily, ! 3 A. Scharffeuborg, 1J|- ?? PHYSICIAN, Suiiuki'N, ar.-it Aeciiuciiix'ti Duly qualified at tlie M.dicul Uoard. CllAllTEUS TUVVtEB. £A CinD,j JOHN o'FLYNN, MINING AGENT HAHiiBROKEB Ac., (Ofi'ercjthr. Itainl/otr ii.M P.C, Limited ) Hear 'l'imi.'j'i Mining Eni'lmogu Uulel. ciuhtkbs 'jowicns. T. S- Carter. eolicitou TierneT*« Hilling Exrlmngo llstol. Charters Tower*. Manleod' & Co.. tiKXEUA), KTOIlKKI.I-.I'l'HF, Custom Housr find Vorwnrfing Agent#, TOWJfSriLtE. I. ALAND, ftBetO©fflEER * CWB®1*SID19 ft®E5W MINKH BTBEET. Urniforery Office: Hargreavct Haiti. OHMtTKUri TUWItHS. W. J A S P R « B & HAR...

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