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THE REEFS. QUEEN, P.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

TUB KElIFS. I ' * QFEKK, P.O. ' * Carting qiiflrte-lorer 100 tons) to "Venus" Iftchine, .inking deep shaft-down About 100 feet, in hard groiiud. Size of recfin 00 foot level 2 feet thick. No. 1N.-Sinking on the underlay at a depth of 28 feet. A deep ehaft eat^ 100 feet,-got a reef 2 feet thiok in this shaft, nlss a good leader which averages from 6 to 7 inches in shallow ground, and which pruepeoti for 1| ounces. About 6 tops atone at grass. Ho. 2 N.-Depth of shaft 90 ft*t, Got reef averaging 4 feet thick at a depth of 85 feet, also sorcru leaders-^eome of which shows gold freely. About 6 tons stone on top. No 1 8.W -Deep shaft aunk About 60 feet, expect to cut the reef at about 100 feet. Raising mundio atone from the feo foot shad-sot about 20 font at grot, which prospects for not lea* than 4 ounces. Raising qusrte from 40 foot .haft, 160 tons of wliieli is being put through tbe machine. No. 2 8.W.-Shaft put down 65 feet,-sinking on the~underlay w. 40 foot level -reef about 8 feett...

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MELBOURNE. June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

HBLBOUBNE. ' I Jonc'28. I Tbe Board hare admitted Baitd to the Victorian Bar A sum lias been placed on the estimates for tbe maintenance «i lepers.

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

Hitting NefoB. Tmnre has been Mine ecoitemeat among the mining community during the pust week, oaused by the " rush for lewi, and a jumping case or two, of rather unusual magnitude, but wnich we are happy to aoy, did hot" turn out** favourable to the " jumpers." We do not think it is good policy on tfefe (Art of our new arrival*, to reuder themwlm conspicuous, by too strong a desire to .uddenly become rich at other peoples expense ( what may be law or custom in viotoria, or else* where, may not be latr in Queensland, aad, they may nest assured, that any such imported notions will always meet with stout resistauoe. Perhaps the blame does not rest so inuoh with the " new chums/' but., is rather traceable to our local* " Mephtatopholee" (a man of some celebrity) who is 41 well'iip" in all matters requiring ./wiwc and who et*ems to take a delignt. iaJiUgntion and proclaiming alike bis '* Ishmaelitish " origin and proftoel i t. The particulars of the "jumps** are given in anothr portion ...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

EUROPEAN NEW6. LONDON, June DO. j The Genera! its pert if European affairs is growing peaceful. Confidence is increasing in the pennaaenceof the present amicable relations between tfae Chreat Rowers. - '"fpe Cadists vtiin acritical. jposilion, a'great battle is now waging. - - A Committee of the French Assembly insist on the necessity of reducing the Bedemption* DeUt, . The .polieo visit tlie houses of euBjiepted bonopartist partisans, ? \ . ' LOHBOK, Jtfne-28. - Tlie Pope, ill replying to the congratulations of the Sacred College, refused all pJojKaals for' a reconciliation with be dfcspoiiera of the' patrimony of tbe Ohwreh, and insisted that any' conoes^ipiis to them would be injurious to the Catholic cause. ' A Turkish man-of-war foundered in the sea of Marmora, 320 men were drowned. 'rte Carlists have concentrated their forces prbvjoust'ooCTflnd attack.. pafthald'i is ill. 1 The granting by the Bench of a certificate of dismissal in the case-O'Eane v. ilutheiford was a practica...

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Commissioner's Court. SATURDAY, 27TH JUNE. (Before F. Gill Esq. A.G.C.) RAINBOW REEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

(tommlg0ioner'0 Court. SITOBDAIT, 27nr JCME. (Before F. Gill E>q, A.G.C.) EURBOW BEEF. Dmkm and [ethers ?. Atapinniu and Montagu -Encroachment-adjourned to the SOth. On the 8Qth the eaue parties appeared to oppose the application of Maginnis* tuid Hod* for an extended claim-12 men's ground, r. A. N. Prinoe applied to be heard,on behalf of Ifoginniss and party, but the Go tnmissiotier refused to hear him. ttrf Bowter who appeared for Deibm and party opposed'the application on the grounds, 1st. That the notice did not comply with (he regulation 77. 2nd. A portion of the ground hut been applied for as a lease. 3rd. The notices were not signed by all the applicants and 4th. the notice on the claim, and that in the Com missioner'fl office was signed by neither of the parties. John Maginnis miner, deposed: Is an applic ant for an extended claim in tho Rainbow line of reef s posted the notioe produced on the claim; applied tor the ground os a block claim on Noi. 1, 2 and 3 N. Rainbow j ...

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THE MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

THE MACHINES. Kbtob Dkspajb.-Queen going through. j Defiawob -St. Tutriek going through. i UiBf LotJtsi^-No return. I Oxs akd All.-38S tooi No. 2 Rainbow,! ZZOOot. No, 2 Hit or ftliu going through.

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PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

rRGVINCIAli COMMITTEE. A. XBSTXNO of the Pnmncifd Committee vrfti held at Hisbon's Hotel on Wed nesday night at 8 o'clock. Present,-Messrs. W. A, Bow, (in the ohtir) Rankin, J. BOM, Bucklattd, Foy, IIOIIg, Jamison, Rutherford, Kelly and O'Kane. . The minutes of t»»e prerious meeting were read pind confirmed. MB. EfittftnoredandMr. ButlierTord seconded that the standing orders be suspended.-Car ried. MB. En.LT said ho raoredfche suspension of the Standing order* to bring lite conduct of the Secretary Mr. O'Kwie before (lie Committee.! The Secretary had addressed a letter to Mr Mao rossan in the latter part of May and before any reply could reasonably be expecta) the Secretary ha* drawn up a requisition and attacked Mr. Macrossan in the most unworthy and erurriloul raanoer (hear, bear from Mr. Rutherford and Mr. Jamison). The Secretory wu toying to impress on tho pnblio that Mr. Macroesan was neglecting them. The Secretary was assuming a power to which he had no ririit, he therefore m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

®3)T FTORTIIERO JWNTR,^ A WEEKLY PAPER, FLPACBLLJ devoted TO the INTEREATA of the MINBFT , ffathen QUEODNID, SB FUBUUDD I* WIXCHWTEFC - ST3BT MTUTOAX XOBSXSA. TERTMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. T«r Quitter, 6>. I -per AnnWn, one guinea t IN AB: CIO»»JKQROW«UI«L4MIK>FE. ADVERTISEMENTS. ICIUAT CBISAXT. Pint «EBIT LINEA XONE inch) SI YTUUITLL IN I ILL IT fld KO ADRERTUANROT will be booked under 8». On ADMTIAANENTA inierted eight COMMWDTW timet, IO JN oenU diioonnt >31 be DLMLT)' THIRTEEN ditto, M per EEOK I Birib, IBNIIIA, MI DEATLU, (which TNUATIN | TIL OIAEE be well authenticated WIL' paid for in fcdrmnoe,) fa 6d eaeh INAERTION. ? Addreca OAWU, if not exceeding (IC butt) will BE inaerted at the uniform rate of T0» per quarter. The aumbet of LNAERTIONT REQUIRED matt be plainly <MTT*n oneach AD»erTL*CUIMNU OIDM PT withdraw V OR alter ADFATIAUMNTA .Bait be in writing. They cannot be attended to later DON i p.m. on Thuriday. W. J. TOLITI, Lemonade, 80da MITER and ' Cordial MANTT...

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. Friday Evening. BRISBANE. Tuesday, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

©elcgrajjljic Ncfog. fFBOU OUR BBISBAKB TEIEQBAFHIC A,<1KHT.] Noetheen Minsk OFFICE. Friday Evening. BRISBANE. Tuesday, June SO. Two actionB {or liber pending against the Qympfc Kbm. A defence fund is being raised. The Government require a Geological Surveyor at £800 a year and travelling expenses. June S3. Dortey Gazetted Sub-Commissioner,

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

SATURDAY, JULY i,1874. TpE Appropriation: Bill of 1174. has passed both" Houses "^'Parliament; This may be taken as on indication .that the": Session ib near its close. It is supposed tbet there will to a prorogation foi a day or two next week, and a new Session will be opened in July fur the purpose of passing the Kstimatoa .-for the first bad of the ensuing year. Ab do great -tiiuc will ba lust in getting them throng we may expect that Parliament .will be bp .before toe .end of July, unless Mr. Mae aliater's position should precipitate fe die eolutioo before ibu, Tbis we think very improbable as be baa tbe means of recon structing bis- Mitaittry at h'lB bands, and we do uyt suppose be is less disinclined than his opponents, to face hieconstituents at a general election. It is not improbable tben thM the',Hon. tbe Minister for Works may tie released from bis Parliamentary barnees about tbe middle of July, and pay hia promised visit to this gold-field in time for the raeee. We do no...

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Notes and Ebents. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

Notes and Events. We regret not being able to make room for the very interesting particulars of the wreck of the "Flintshire" furnished by our Townsville correspondent. It arrived too late for this issue. In the Small Debts Court on Thursday two   cases were adjourned for a week for a second Magistrate, the mmounts being over £5. H. Scott v. S. Meade, £2 — load of hay — verdict for plaintiff. H. P. List v. A. N. Prince, £1 — value of saddle sold — verdict for plaintiff for 5s., costs 9s.       We are ?med that Sergeant Mathers of Ravenswood is to be moved to Millchester. A constable of some experience and tact in examining witnesses is much wanted here. At present the Crown is poorly represented and. criminals have fine facilities for escaping from the hands of justice. A meeting of the National School Committee was held on Thursday evening at Hishon's Hotel. Present — Messrs. Ross (in the chair), Lamond, Davis, Rutherford, and O'K...

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Original Correspondence. RETROGRESSION AND ITS CAUSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "NORTHERN MINER." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

Original Correspondence. RETROGRESSION AND ITS CAUSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "NORTHERN MINER." SIR, — A few short weeks ago Rochford had all the external appearance of a thriving gold-field, a great many claims were in full working array. The owners thereof had every expectation of realis- ing something handsome for most of their quartz showed very fair prospects in the dish. But, alas! the batteries at last convinced the pros- pectors that their anticipations had been based on chimerical foundations. It was not all gold that glittered. The stone that was computed to go from 1½ to 2½ ounces, only went from six to nineteen weights. It is supposed that the gold is coated with a pernicious enemy to the silver, and the greatest bulk of the auriferous metal is washed over the tables with the tail- ings, something after the Wellington, pros- pecting claim, Mitchell's Creek, Wellington, New South Wales. The stone there only yielded 12dwts. from the common batteries, but on the tailings of th...

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THE RACE COURSE ON SUNDAYS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "NORTHERN MINER." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

THE RACE COURSE ON SUNDAYS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " NORTHERN MINER."     SIR, — You have been truly styled the "Moral Reformer of this Gold-field." Will you permit   a humble disciple to ask your readers a few ques- tions affecting the rising generation: — What bank managers from New South Wales attended   the Racecourse on last Sunday afternoon, to view   a private match, and start an impromptu Hurry Scurry, followed by some of our worthy J.P's. and the Ring? How much was won and lost by   the school? Is it the intention of our respectable elite to continue these very inoffensive matches on the Sabbath within sight of a Tabernacle erected for the worship of Him who has said — "This day shalt thou keep holy." Oh vanity of of vanities, thy name is deception! I have done CARTOUCHE.

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RAVENSWOOD. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] June 29, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

RAVENSWOOD.       [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] June 29,1874. I HAD no conception that my letter, which ap- peared in your issue of the 18th, would have excited Mr. Hansen to such a remarkable extent. There must have been a great deal of truth in it; though, perhaps, not very palatable to Mr. Hansen or his friends, or he would not make as much "fuss" over it as he did. Compare the   manner in which he acted after reading that letter, and the way in which Mr. Jackson behaved when he heard Mr. Hansen make the contemptible assertion in the Court House, that be (Mr. Jackson) was losing the gold in crush- ing for the sake of obtaining it afterwards from the tailings. Why! Mr. Jackson merely laughed   at him, as well he might, for we all know the Vulcan has given as much, if not more, satisfac- tion to the miners than any other machine on the ground. Mr, Hansen was so indignant over what I meant to be a little good-humoured banter...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS (From the C. [?]. Express.) ETHERIDGE, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS (From the C. B. Express.) ETHERIDGE, June 26. The machines are working in day-time only and will be idle in a fortnight for want of water.   Mr. George Harman, of Charleston, had his right hand blown off yesterday when using torpedoes to kill fish in a water-hole. BRISBANE, June 26. The Assembly has passed the Gold Fields Bill. The Land Bill has passed through committee, also the Governor's Salary Bill. Estimates for the first six months of next year show — revenue, £565,000; expenditure £552,000. The Government, after their defeat by three on Griffith's proposal that the Land Bill allow residence by bailiff, accepted the amendment. SYDNEY, June 25. The Electoral Bill has been shelved.   Eichorn has been executed at Armidale. Hume and three men with nine horses start   shortly to search for Classan. The Boomerang was found to be slightly damaged. She sailed yesternight for Brisbane. June 26.   The Government have d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 4 July 1874

I. LISSNER AND CO., CHARTEU8 TOWERS. Importers of owmuw beapkby BOOTS and §HOKS PILMRN STORES MINING IMPLEMENTS, & WINES & iSPIEtTS. - Goods delivered free tool! parts of the District. W Pubasabt NbWb to MjnehsI-According to our new tariff, Driaiscry Goods mill be 2J per cent, lees after the lwf July, bat CAirioLEa ope taxed 2B, Id. per Box more at pretext. IMPORTANT NOTICE ! H. HUBERT 1 CO., CHAETEES TOWERS. IN returning' tlieir sincere" thanks to the public . ot Charters Towers for the liberal support accorded to thenl during tbe .short time they have been Butchering on this field, beg to announce that from and after tbe 27th pros., the price of their Beef, both fresh and salt, will be 3o FEB LB. ! .4nd when their Hinders battle come in a Further Reduction maytbeanade. . H. HUBERT H Co. CUAETEB8 T0WEE8, JONB 27th, 1874. NOTICE. 1 William A. Ackers & Co., Auctioneer*, Commission Agents, and hctrebrohers, fyc. OFFICE ft TABDS ADJOINING BOCHAKAS'S COURT ttODSE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

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SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

' SYDNEY. Tuesday. I The resident* of |Yan have he'd a burlesque banquette odebnte tbe release ct Gardener.

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THE MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

TUB MACHINES. Vbkitb.-62' tona Mo. 1 Old Warrior, 80 os. 17 (\wtA.; 20 ton* Orenre'i «toiie, 18 ot. 8 dwl*.; 23'tons p<>. Rcrolutioa, 63 9 d«U. \ 80 ton* .urfatw, 24 ot. 12 dwli.j 122 ton* Alexandra No. 8, over 2000 ox. amalgam. Alexandra No. 1 b.c, in retort. ttotolution p.e., Alexandra No. 6, and Hit'or-Mifs Ho. 1> going through. Oxb ANP A1X.--8B tone No. 2 Quernflonder, 42 oc. 12 dwts. t 21 tons p,c. Iifrrct, 38 12 dwis. j Qucenfltunder p.o. in rclort. General Wyndtmtn p.©., North Anitr^liau p.e. and No. 1 South Rainbow going through. ' DKFiufct-110 tons tar-4 North Australian 124oje. Bl. Patrick p.o. going through. NBVV& Despair.-16 to«« p«c.-< aledotua, 46 i bz. t 15 fconi No. 1 Perwreranco, It ot. 6 dwti, No. 2 North Juit>in>Time going throngh, .>U»rLoct8t.~70 totu Great Briliaa, 80oe!f 9 tons p.o. Donnybrook area, 6 o«. 10 dwta. j No. 1 Stockholm going throngh.

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

MELBOURNE. 9uttd»y. | H» tGermani fane aeot a congntolfttoiT .ddren^o Bipn*tk ooliUe»c*pe from uuu.ni tSon.^ flothem arrirei ahortlj.

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