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Telegraphic News (From Our Correspondent.) TOWNSVILLE. September 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

Telegraphic News (From Our Correspondent.) TOWNSVILLE. Sppteiil Arrived, " Western," s.s.t at BrUbun

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

WEDNESDAY, SEl'TltMBER 22,1876. The longer continuance of die Govern ment bead quarters in Millchester, will in flict a public inconvenience and injury, against which die miners and residents of Charters Towers should raise their voices >11 protest Whilst there was n (.'banco that the place could supply matter for a Police and Warden's Court, wo felt that die Government were justified in waiting; but now that die plaoe is deserted, that its population has come up to Charters Tow ers en masse, diere is no longer reasonable grounds for continuing the present state of tilings. In die first application made to the Government no reference wus made to the removal of die Court House. Char ters Towers asked simply for a police court and a warden's court and got them, die Government still keeping die records of both courts in Millchester, thereby com pelling all initiation of suits in either court to be performed in Millchester. The Government stated that the placcs were too near to allow...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, Tuesday Evening. BRISBANE. September 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

[FIIOSI OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AOEKT SORTHERN MINER OFFICE, Tuesday Breniog. BRISBANE. I September 20. Griffith has been appoiutcd Chairman of tho Hoard of Education. t The Roman Catholic Bishop of Hot irton, n« gifted by (lie Bishops of Bnsbaue and of Armi dalc, laid the foundation Btonc, yesterd ,y, of the Christian Brothers* Convent-£260 raB sub scribed on the giound. In accordance with resolutions passe . by the Parliament, tenders are invited for the perform* ancc of tlie Coast Steam Packet service Cablegrams from London, dated Kith, state that tho St. Ledger wee won by Craigmiller . Balfc, second ; Earl Dearney, third, Tho Empress of Austria was thrown from Iter horse, and has received concu&eioo Of the hrain, 1'rinco Millan, in openiog the Servian Parlia* tnont at Karmsbad, alluded to the insurrection in Qersegovina, and nlso to the concentration' of Turkish forcca on tho frontier lie trusted that the mediation to the Sultan, made by the foipign representatives, wou...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

C Si VT llfU M A C HI N J2 S. O IMPORTANT FA cm n o u' k m A c ii i x j; s. Thn cnlf'bmti'd Ifotro Mnolunr otnmli n:l. ftral)od by nnt miiki-r* in the world. Why P fc.* fttitf nil other miikcr* hurt to puv & rmumy lo Hv.mc fur )M'iri"tir p rr«t oj' M* iMii-nivm.* XiiE NJ:\Y FAMILY Machine. . bns been AiinvU au-1 ivnetvl tbi.i il now igta'tdd *' jun* cxCi'ili'Nco" oeer any oil.er maker, lie Baloe eveeed any oilier Machines bv housunds ^ early. ? . yenr hy TC.'jOO. Tiidi pporinp it beyond doubt to be the leading machine of tho-ige | making a berumlul etitch, and being free or cog wheel* and ehukv links. Honrs family complete, £10. Uotre'a U, for ailoring npd light Irai her wark, f\\, Jfowo'e C, the champina boat Wofing mrifhtne, from £13. Tan SINGER'S FAUILY. XTanufacluivil by i lie 6iugi»r>M. F.G.' Co. JJevrure of imitui rjup. Ail pemiino machines by biniji't huvc the trndo mcdiillioii embcddi-u OJJ i ho arm* JRedueed price, complete. OUR WncEtEit a- d "WILSON. Tlie beet t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

BiTJNJiy. September 21. j A policc magistrate flamed Wolgett bag been thrown from hie horse anil killed. FAVorable i >porte on Colonial tweeda Lave been received from America. The length of a'cablo contruoting lor the New Zealand coast to Australia ie 1880 xnlles. The Victoriaa Gorcrnincnt feci euro of a majority on McCullocU'e amendment. The property of Messrs. Buchanan and Co., including allotment, aerated water manufactory and plant, was knocked down, on Saturday last, to Meiers. lassner aud Co. for the eutn of £760. JtenmrM.-The paragraph in our last refer ring to Jones and party, Mary p.c., should have stated that the yield was 13 ozs. 12 dwts., and was from " blanketings " 2 ions 8 cwt . Ted Holloway is one of tho " Beds" now, and fa bound to draw. He is well-known oo the field os a capital whip, and we bope lie will re ccivo support in bis venture. The coach is a comfortable one, and no " crawler." We publish to-day a report of the Charters Towers cold-field, made by Mr. C...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Machines. ONE AND ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

Tlie Machines. ONE AND ALL. Tons. Claim?, On. dwt gr. 02$ Hit or y*fB Lcbbc 34 16 0 92 Old Identity p.c. 84 0 0 Hose of England p.c. going through Imperial No. 2 going through. VENUS. 300 Queen p.c 172 8 0 15 Zeroes p.c 14 4 0 General Wjndbatn p.c. going through; North Aufllialiftn p.c, going through Warrior Lcnae, going through. KEVBB PB8FA1B 166 North Australian No. 3 ... 220 14 0 Columbia No 1, going through frame ns Usual p.c., going through* i:NTcnrm«E. 1G0 SI. Patriot p.c 760 lti 0 Do. going through. DEFIANCE, St. Patrick b.r., going through.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Report on Charters Towers. [PER FAVOR "NORTHERN MINER."] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

Report on Charters Towers [run FATOH "Kntiinmtf MIHJSB."] ? HAVING been solicitcd by several gentlemen So tbe eoutlicrn oolonic». to forward ray ricira re» .parting the permnni-ncy of Oils disfrict PF n qnnrtr. field, oad tbo inducemcmn it may bold out for the sueccfisful ilivesLtnent of cftpiUl, I horcwilh place tbo following condensed report at your diBDO&al, end trn*E it may contain matter of some interest to your goneral render. I \va», indeed, ogrcCAbly surprised to find such a largo amount of wort performed In opening up luo various nines bcro, find I was totally unprepared to meet with eucli a .' net-wort" of highly re. raunerativo reins as exist for a circuit of flre or t eix miles,-as, I can assure you, Charters Towers is a terra incognita south of Brisbane ; except ing the publication occasionally of & meagre telegram re Escorts, but, as to the number of tons crushed for said Escort, or any other in formation regarding tbo different lincsof reef, or depth o...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 September 1875

I Notice ^.VE in my possession Two Oases, one ad - dressed to Mr A. Patterson, Obartsn Towers; jpe other has lost tbe address. Will bo de livered to any one claiming them on proving exact knowledge of contents. pABQUALE NiaEO, Hotel d* Italia. Notice. Church of England. DIVINE Service will be held (d.V.) at the Masonio Hall, Charters Towers BVJttKY SUNDAY Moning ,M lla.m, Evening... ... ,,, ... Ml 7'3 pm Tbe Bev. G. B. Thomas will oonduct service ©very Sunday morning and every alternate Sunday evening. W. A. ACKERS, Hon Sec. Masquerade ! Masquerade!! Masquerade!! 1 hur~ry up AKD GST YOUJl DEE9SES HEADY FOB THE Grand Masquerade Ball,; Which will shortly be given in tlie ODDFELLOWS' HALL WILLIAM JACKSON, AUCTIONEER, Mining & General Commission i Agent, Temporary Office: CLUB HOUSE HOTEL, OHAETEES TOWEUS. [OlBOtJLAll.] HAVING resolved to commence business in 4his District) I respectfully solicit a share of support. X hare had many years experience as Auctioneer in the disposal ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

BoUomuj't PUU ere securities of health to a nations, of whatever dims- They have given hope, relief, and comfort to millions. In irrita tion and debility, generated by excesses of any klni, or in general prostration of the system, their effect Is rapidly soothing, renovating and restorative. They rapidly drive from the system the morbid osubo of ailment, and renew in the frame its pristine animation, beftlthj trod rigor. Tltey greatly increase the appetite, give tone to the stomaoh, assiBt the digestion, and impart elasticity to the spirits; their essence eutere the circulation and, carried through its course, exerts its cleansing power over eveiy organ. In the lung*' they offset moBt striking changes, con verting the impure venous into pure arterial: blodd,l)y which the whole frame is recru ited. O^JTGEN IB LtTE.-DB. BEIGHT'B PhOSPHO DTObT- Multitudes of people are bopclesly suffering from dcbilily, nervous and liver com plain^, depression of spirits, failure of memory' lasBituae w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Prorogation of Parliament [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

Prorogation of Parliament AT noon, his Excellency the Governor pro* coeJed in State from Government House to tbt legislative Chambers, to prorogue tbe eecood i session of tli»> e^ventb Parliament of Queensland, nud delivered the following speech : honorable Gentlemen of the Lcgtilatlte Conk* . eil, and Gentlemen of the j*egi*lative Xi* nemlly: 1. It is will* satisfaction that X nm enabled to release yo» from your attendance in Parliament. The cheerfulness with which you haro applied voutselvcs to the public business of the country during a somewhat protracted session claims from me an expression of the high sense 1 en* tertain of your zeal ana assiduity. 2. The resolutions passed by you during the early part of (tic session. for the resumption from lease of valuable portions of the Public Lands, will, I t.aist, conduce to the set lit moat upon them ot A large number of industrious colonists, anil to the utilization and development of our agricultural resources. 3. One of the most...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

TI1E COOPERATIVE 'COMPANYS STORES, FORMERLY THE P@SY ©FPOSH 8?©BES A»D OPPOSITE MMJOBBAWE8' MQTEIL. CHARTERS TOWERS NOW OPENED FOB BUSINESS OX Saturday, July 3. With a Inrgo and well-assorted Stook of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Second to SOKE ia the District. THESE STORES Imve lecc established villi a view of filling up the want which imist be felt by tliat portion of tbe Public who pay Cesb for their Goods, and who expect, naturally, to buy Cheaper then those who enjoy LONG ACCOUNTS, with Storekeeper*, and aro charged LONG prices for the accommodation. THE COMPANY'S STORES Will havo no expense for Book-keepers] and Spring-cart men. TPE COOPERTIVE COMPANYS Will get their Ooods from the very best \ eouroen for CbbI), and will dispose of them again for Cash and cash only, but cheap THE CQMPAN'YIi STORES Will be found always well assorted in j Drapery Goods, Of otory description, In tlic Nonost Styles, And at reasonable price E Clothing. Nun's, Youth's, and Boy's Clothing tnudc to fit, and in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, BRISBANE. September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

[resit ODB BMSDIKI! TELE&UAl'HIC AOEKT] SOUTHERN MIKEll OFFICH, UJUSI5ANE. September 22. Tlio Government intend diepattbing shortly aa expedition to explore tlio North-westerp couutry, under the command of (lie lato member for Burke, W. O. llodgkitiaan, who formerly .erred under MeKinlay in a similar expedition. Official telegrams report the death of Apliti* at Somerset, from an attack of bilious fever on the 9Ui September ; also, that H'Lcaj'e expedition to New Guinea was totally disorganised. September 24. The "Lir.zie Muir" fuud has been distributed; llie amount realised re*chod £700. The first M spelling lire " hofi been beld here, and proved a fair success. The full Court, frith four judges, is Bitting to day.

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

Mining News. OoKBinEJU-BLt; excrement having been occa sioned by the reported dwsovcry ou the <>» I Warrior line of reef, of an alluvial'lf-ad,! wended thither, exporting to find that some exaggora ted ' statements hud induced a similarly foolish rusli of mincjs to the ground. pseotnc lew weeks later than this last year, took plarc lo the dorp lend near the " Queenslander *aef. Altnougb/tbcre is no immediate prospect of 0 ouf of the fl op 10 uunibors taken «p on the line of the new Jcad getting it, there ie every pro bability of Riuic heavy yields of gold being ob i tained, every f-luim I45 ween Bariu's lca.ee and 1 lie ground on (he hill opposite, where lbs Sebnslopjl reef bos been prospected for beijig . taken up. A few imrubf back,- X* feporlij) thai tome iciy unus:ml material. nppHreutly dry waslnlirt mixed with mhby stone, ajid prospecting for /> and <1 ounce? per ton, bad b»cn tnken otil of the leisc shaft 0:1 the boundary ofthc.No. 1 N.1C. Old Warr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

SYDNEY. September 22. j The Minister for Works is favorable lo tbc j extension of a railway into the city. Kerosene abalcs bare been discovered tiear | Gulgong. j September 24 , The " Drover,11 bound from Newcastle to j Auckland, relumed to port with loss of masts | aud sails g ebe wdb struck by « waterspout, and I fipuu right round by a whirlwind* . A girl baa been burnt to death by na cxplo | sion of kerosene.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Charters Towers Police Court. (Before, Messrs. CHARTERS and PEYTON, J'[?]P.) ASSAULT AND BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

Charters Towers Police Court (Before. McBsr#. Cu&htkbs mid PetTOV, JVP.) ASSAULT ANH BATTERY. Mair Ami Wileou wa$ charged villi assault end bitttcry on her husband William Wileou. Mr. lJowktr for the prosecution. Constable James Kennedy deposed to arrest ing prisoner the preceding day on warrant pro. ducLHl, lie locked her up. William Wilson. >vlii> appeared with liis bend l.iiu-i I up, deposed: Was husband uf (he accused iind Jived at the Kuropean boarding bcaue; slio assaulted him yesterday and the night before; ebo assaulted him villi teapots, milkjn{>8,tomoliuwfc«, of lomps. nud oilier tilings; tsbo inflicted a womid on bis bend villi a tfhorel used for the oven : be wus km.rked insensible 3 or 4 hours j ebe tore every sliteb lie had off; (teapot and lump'iand and lorn clothes produced 0 he went to a doctor; lie pare her no prorogation; he oH'sJitd to give her i'i por week if sUc wcnland lived utvay from liiin ; for the last six weeks She won nlwnjs annoying niu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. September 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

MELBOURNE. ? cntcmlxsr 24. file debate on Uio Want ol Co-.fiilenre motion on tlie financial policy of tlie Ministry con tin«3.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rochford. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

Rochford (From o Correspondent.) Ninetehk tons or etone havo juat beon crusbbd at llio Kirk wnchine, and yielded ojao hundred and fire ouiiecs, from n reof About eleven mlltt} north of tho tvi k township. The reef4s eitu*U between Cooper's and the Kirk, nod itenr to the juuclioiiof the right and left-Lmndbraucbe®©f O.ikey Creek' Xiic prospectors are Mr Uitohel, Iho. and John Holmes, Nuggety Joe, and another. A good few have gone oat from bar?, the Ktrk, and Zlnrensnood, and some"very go6a shows are said to ho found. But I will hear more and let yon know by next mail. Souio ill'dispased person or persons ore setting fire lo the grass round this locality, cren to tbe email patcuos that tho firat fire missed, and M uc cauuot oxpect but very liUle rain for months to come, I fear tho cattle in the neigh bourhood will be btarving. Throagh edftp neglect, 1 did not Bond you the returns of kb* mill iu my last, bu(. better late than never. r-'': The following are the latest crjshmgs and yirfd...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

AUKLAIDU. Sej>loml>cr 22. | Tie Moont-a Copper Mine Cotnpaur bare de- | . clnred a dividend of len slijllinge |>cr share. The GorornraouL bare ordered five vessels 1o be disjiatcJcd immigrant* froru England j before the close of tlio vimj*- j

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Machines. NEVER DESPAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

The Machines. NEVSIl DESPAIR Tons. Claims, Os. dirt gr. 74 Columbia e. ... ... 186 16 O 26 Samc-ae-Ufiual ... 97 6 0 Alabama p.a. going through.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 September 1875

H AVEN8WOOD. IJ1HE KOBTUERX HIKER on SALE »t Mr. CnBisropHEB LSONABD'8.

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