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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 October 1875

Correspondence j IO THE BDITOB. SIB,-The subject I with to bring under notice requires some apology for its introduction in a newspaper not specially devoted to its doctrines ¡ but, from your boring inserted " A Member of tbe I-O.GKT'B." letter in Saturday's ¡»tue, I hope you will see your way to lotting an outsider have bia innings-more especially, as tie member had a chance of " giving tonguo" at the open mocting while I had not. I am mit a O.T., though heart and soul with ils objects, and a total abstainer for years ; aud one among many reasons for .my seeming incon sistency, IR, that a number of societies of the "¡ind resort to "ways that BK dark and trick« that are vain, " which do not tend to further their avowed objects. LcBt any nervous member of the Ark of Hope think that I am going to bring a special charge against bim, 1 may sty at once that I am not i my intention in this is to point out some rocks in their course, not to throw rocks at them. They bare bad able Ben nien ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Chill and Malaria. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 October 1875

Chill and Malaria. ÏN the Britith. Medical Journal there has lately been carrier] on a discussion of an in teresting catare, on chill and malaria RS «tuses of intermittent fever. As to which cf these actually oatises ague and fever opinions differ ; but the arguments appear .ll to be on ose elie, and both theory and practical observation team to prove that malarie, aud not chill, is the origin of par» oxysmal fever. In all bot climates, in localities where there is stagnant water, either on or near to the surface, fever is most prévalant ; and BB in other localities, better drained or free from malarious poison, even though the temperature may be nigher, (his fever andai¡ue either oesses entirely or ia very rare, it appears pretty evident that the air become« poisoned in low-lying, swampy, or undrained lands. That natives tn India are well aware of the dangerous effects of malaria, is shown by the fact of their covering their faoes with a cotton «loth when sleeping out-of doors in m...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 October 1875

SYDNEY. October 7. The latest news from Fiji state's that the Royal Charter was road on the 9th of Septem- ber, formally announcing the annexation of Fiji to the British possessions. Measles are raging with unexampled virulence. At one island 190 out of 400 natives were swept off by the epidemic Held over, police, small debts reports, R. G. letter, and other matter.   In consequence of the large amount of our space occupied by Felix Holt's "tinkettle," we     are obliged to put one of our own of moderate dimensions in "a corner."   We would remind persons desirous of voting at the next election of the Hospital Committee that they must pay their subscription £1, this month. It is to be hoped that the Secretary will give more than eight hours notice this year of the election.   The cam shaft of the "Never Despair"     machine broke on Wednesday. Mr. Tough has lent another until the damage is rep...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 October 1875

MARRIAGE O'HAGAN.—KEOGH.—On the 30th September   at St. Stephen's Cathedral, Brisbane, by the Rev. Father O'Reilly, Thomas O'Hagan, formerly Professor of English and Mathe- matics at St. Malachy's Diocesan College, Belfast, to Marian Josephine, eldest daugh- ter of P. Keogh, Esq., Onagh House, Couuty Roscommon, Ireland. DIED. MACPHEE.—At Mossman's Creek, oh the 27th Inst., Edith MacPhee. the beloved daughter by adoption of Mr. and Mrs. James Robb, aged 13 months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

SEWING MACHINES; IMPORTANT FACTS. HOWE MACHINES. Tlie cclftirntcJ llowe Machine stands iin rivnlled by BUT Dmkcrs in the world. Why P be riupc till ottirr Ttiafccre had to pav a royalily to J] owe forpimting pnrLa of his invention." THE New FAMILY MACHINE. has been eo Altered and revised that it now stands " pur excellence" over any other maker. Xt« aalrs exceed aoy other Machines by hougauds yearly, I«.net yenr by 10,u00. Thus proving it beyond doubt to bo the leading machine of the igo ; making a beautiful stitch, end being free of cog wheels and ehak j links. HOWEB family complete, £10. Howe's B, for ailoriog and light leather wsrk, £11. Howo'e C, the champion boot closing machine, from £18. THE SINGER'S Family. Manufactured by the dinger's M. F. G. Co. Beware of imitations. All genuine machines made by Sinner have the irndo medallion! embedded on the arm. Reduced price, complete, OUR WUEELER and WILSON. The bcBt spool machine in tbc «»lony. Caut/on.-It has come to our knowledge ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

TO *HE EDITOR. Gib,-1 should like to make a few remarks re specting the late accideat>s that hare occurred on tTiie field, as I think that by using ft little more precaution, accidents, particularly with powder, ought to be few and far between. There are a great many men under the impression that in drilling out shots which miss, if the hole is kept well filled with wa*ery there can be tto danger. Nererwas there a greater mistake, for the tamp* ing is pressed so compact that, the water does not penetrate of an inoh-consequently, erery blow on the drill cute into dry stuff: hence the danger, not only when close to the powder, but alBo in cutting the fuse before it is reached. Now, sir, it is a well known faet that two out of erery three powder accidents occur from the same cause,-and yet men will persist in doing it i when, with a sharp pricker, the tamping could be taken out with comparatively little danger. The only remedy I can see is to make it a .penal offence-as they arc goi...

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Correspondence. CHARTERS TOWEHS MUNDIC. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

Correspondence. CHARTERS TOWEHS MUNDIC. TO THE EDITOB. SIB,->1 reoently tested some mundio from one of the St. Patrick blocks, and as thu subjeot is one of interest to tbe miners of the field, I should feel obliged if vou would afford me space to state the result. Toe weight of the samples was 8lbs., and on being crushed, sifted and amalgamated, in !ta raw slate it yielded It grains of smelted gold. The re&ulting tailings were then reduced by panning off to as email a bulk as practicable and roasted for some hours, and, lastly* treated wilh nitric acid, to complete tbe decomposition < amalgamation was again retorted, and a second yield of two grains was obtained. Tfiis result pro res two very important facts: Firstly, that the ordinary crushing proeesp cannot save half the gold in the mundio i eeoondlyt that the gold can be obtained by roasting, grinding and an>al» gamation. What this field requires is a pyrites' works, land not only woold ft be a boon to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

PUBLIC Wasnik^-Intending buyer eof8ewjng Maohioes are cvutioaed against buying inferior but much-puffed articles, whose agents are compelled to moke reekless and unwarranted statements in order to force aates. Mo aewiag machine can compare with the genuine Singer, either in iu intrinoic value, or in its appreciation by the discriminating public. The 8inger has dis tanced every oompebitr, having last year reae bed a sale of nearly » quarter of a million. This popular voto ha* elected the Singer-The Best Machine Made. Its act Lai sales in 1674 were two hundred and forty-oae thousand six hun dred and seventy-nine. No rival approaches this etopondous total. The inly agents for the genuine ; Singer are Alfred 8haw and Co, Queen-street, Brisbane, who are selling at Melbourne prioes, aud giving long credit when required, so that &o | family need be without this invaluable help. Be ware ef counterfeits. Note-241,679 Singer j Machines were sold in 1874. j WANTED a good General Blaoke...

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SYDNEY. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

SYDNEY. October 9. 1 Trfcre has been arrested and charged witb several forgeries, October tl. Doctor Dennoll, ID & letter to the Herald, giving the experiences of Dalbota, on Italian naturalist-, difico»nt«i>anceB tfio general estimate entertained of the value of New Ouluea for pur* poFce of trade. Resolutions bare been passed at a public meet ing iii favor of local manufactories for the rolling .took cf Gorernment railways and ironwork bridges. The investigation in Treves' affairs promises startling disclosure. The quarter's revenue ebowe a decrease of £125,000, or a fourth, compared with tbe cor FAspunding period last year. Tbe falling offis attributed to the expiration of the Stamp Duties Act. Jjarge bush fires reported to be raging on tbe Blue Mountain*.

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Mr. Gregory on the Gympie Goldfield [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

Mr. Gregory on the Gympie Goldfield THE Timet of the 11th referring to Mr. Gregory's report says:-He does not give ns the process. bat the results, of Uie rea. eoning Referring to the rock which has been by many considered of igneous forma tion and below wliioh we have been told it would prove nselees to prosecute our researches for gold he saya .--The deter mination of the sedimentary charaoter of tbia rook b of considerable importance, as it indicates that tbe anriferous roefe that tra verse it are likely to preserve theeame charao ter to a very great depth, and that the work ing of tbe nines will only be limited by the increased difficulties attendant on deep niningvr penetration to the siliceous elate whioh dipB under the goldfield from the north-east." We are farther told that while in .calcareous rock, in which our productive roefe are eitnated, we ehall oon ttaneto find gold, but that on reaching tbe nlicions slate, which dips underneath the rocks in which onr payable.gold ve...

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MELBOURNE. October [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

MELBOURNE. October 0. The Government have been defeated by a majority of three oti their financial policy. The "City of Auckland" arrived with Imine grants at Auckland, during the voyage tbe crow broached cargo, ihey crawled over begs of guo* powder with naked lights to get at tbe spirit*, (lie second mute and lour of tbe crew bare been arrested. Mr Goorge Grey baa introduced o Bill for tbo abolition of tlio duties ou sugar, tea, coffce, and flour, the Bill is opposed by the Government, Die Ministry obtained a majority of oiueLcdn on the Bill fot tbe abulition of piovinccs. To-morrow oi?ht, Johnny Foley takea his benefit at tbe IViuoe of Wales' Theatre. The Magnet Trouj>c is making vny in public favor, and a *'bumper" bouso may be espectei. A man was brought io lost night from tbe St. Patrick block suflemp from an accident from the falling of a tikko on him. His in jurist weie not or a serious character. Wo are Informed by good fudges that the Old Warrior, which is claimed as a m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

OXYQBN 18 MFE.-Dll. BMDRT'S PltOIPHo DTa7" Multitudes cf people ore liopejesdv suflferlng from debility, nervous and lirer com ' plaiiitB, depression of spirits, failure of memory lassitude want of power, to., whose cases admit ' of a permauent euro by the new remedy, Pboi- ' pnoayne (Oionio Oijgon) which at onoe allays, . irritation and excitement, imparts : iiew. energy aud llfo to the enfeebled conaUtutlou and rtmilly cures evory stage of these distress* tuaudiefi. Sold by «]] clioniiEtf,

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The Machines ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

The Machines BNTfiBPRlSB. >ns. Claims, Oz. dvrt gr. 62 8t. Patrick p a 1445 11 12 St. Patrick No 2 going through. DBtlhXOR. 180 St Patrick b.c. 665 0 0 St, Patrick b,o. a till going through. UABT LOUISA. 50 Contest p.c ». 40 0 0 .40 Great Britain p.c. ... 79 0 0 ?V Coyest No. 1 69 17 0 11| Telegraph p.c 85 12 0 10 Do» (surface) 5 10 Goutbern Orou 19 8 Peabody (surface) ... 7 LQC M^wnfltone Mo, IN... 225 BleckJaok going through, WtGdamNo. lto follow, about 200 tone. NEVBB PE8P1TB Qaeeo No. 6 goiag through. OKE-AND«ALL, Rainbow No. 1 tftill going through. A large quantity of stone in the yard from this claim, 107 Wellington p.o 100 10 0 6| r>o 53 Qa-ccnelander p.c... 9} Talisman p.o 12 Jeff Davu 11 HontVs pro. area. No. 8 Pacific, No 2 71 7 0 L»fc5e going through N Queen, & Warrior

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She Would Cluck. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

She Would Cluck THEF have had more trouble at oar Methodist meetinghouse. I^aet Sunday Rev. Mr. Moody was just beginning bis sermon, end hid uttered the words " Brethren, I wish to direct your attention thii morning to the fourth verse of tbe twelfth chapter of Saint " when a Leo emerged from the recess beneath tbe pulpit As ehe bad just laid an egg, she interrupted Mr. Mood; to announce the-faot to the cohgregatiou; end be stopped short as she milked out into the aisle, aoreeching " Kuk-knk-knk-kuk-to-ko I Knk-kuk-kuk kuk-te-ko!' Mr. Moody contemplated her for a moment, and then concluded to go on; but tbe sound of hip voice seemed to pro voke hereto rivalry, and ao she put on a pressure of five or six pounds to the square inch, and made etich a racket that the preacher stopped again, and Baid : " Will Deaoon Qrimee please remove that disgraceful chicken from tbe meeting house The deacon rose and proceeded with the task. Be first tried to drive her towards the door, bat she dodged ...

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Charters Towers Police Court. OCTOBER 8TH. Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

Charters Towers Police Court OCTOREB 8TD. LIEFORE C. S. DICKBN ESQ., P.M. Solen McGratb v. W. T. Smith, wages. Mr. Bowker for plaintiff, Mr. Carter fordofendont, £3 and loss of time dad damage, £5< The couiplaiuant deposed that ahe was in the employment vt defendant since the 9th of Au> gust; she was paid 80s. per week for the first two weeks \ on last Monday night wee*. Mrs. Smith owed lier £6, which she admitted ; she paid ber £3 and told her to call agaiu for the rest; was not paid the other £3 f suffered a loss of £5 by waiting for her money. By Mr. Carter: Lett because b«r feit were core; nevor had a headache there ; Mrs. Smith j never complained of her; Deter caught her ? drunk: one day the was not well; Mrs, Smith i never told ber she could not keep ber on account of ber drunken habits; drank ginger beer and shandy-gaff; Mrs. Smith always gave it to ber j never took the bottle in her ojM bands ; did not §ct notice to leavo -gave notice ; M» Smith id not ask here...

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The New Land Act Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

The New Land Act Preamble. WHE&EA8 it is desirable to amend the law relating to Ibe alienation of Crown lands and to eateod (he area allowed »o be se lected as homestead. Be it therefore en acted by the Queen's MoBt Excellent Majesty by and with the advice and oon sent of the Legislative Oonooil and Legis latioe Assembly of Queensland io Parlia ment ausmMed and by the authority of the came as follows Prevision in case of lessees who haw heretofore become insolvent 1. If the estate or intereit of any Wee of land nnder the fifty.first seotion of the "Crown Iunde Alienation Aot of 1866" shall have heretofore passed by operation of law to any assignee or trustee nnder the provisions of My laws fur the time being in force relating to insolvency such assignee or trustee shall upon proof bein* made to to the satisfaction of the Governor ill Gounoil within t*o years from the passing of this ? Act that the several conditions re quired b? the said Aot have been performed in respect of...

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Adventures at the Bottom of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

Adventures at the Bottom of the Sea. IK the (fentlemarit Magazine for June tlio writer of an "Gvcniig with Captain Barton glvoi from the lips of that courageous " toller of the sea " some marvellous tales of what he has gone through in some of liis dicing operations, we select two" Once when I was diving in the Delcware Bay a little old paring of a man came up and asked me if I believed in spiritual' ism. I said ' Not much,' He said if I would go down and sec him he'd show me by spiritualism' where I could And a treasure ship. When I got there, and we'd bad supper, and a liquor or two, he reached down bis charts and bis diagramsand a asked me if I was ready to listen. Then, the knocks camo 111 11 o pointed out along the (nap and such a lively row that I half began to ' bpliere hits. I got bitten at Inst winh tho IfldWf that tho tfpisits meant it, a (id I said for fifty < dollars a day I'd throw in with the other world , and'see if we could raise something. However, that w...

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NOTICE TO CORRU-PONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

NOTICE TO OOERU-PONDKNTS. " POB G-BANITB " in ohr next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER attomeg, Solicitor, proctor, ffiott* begattcec, &c.. Can be oo&iulted dailj at Hishon'a Hotel, M1XLCHE8XER. HO'. FUSOELL.I M.D, & SURGEON, (Licensed under the Queensland Medical Baud,) Has REMOVED from the Club House Hotel to hii new residence) nearly opposite the Masonic. Hall, . Miner-street, where be can be consulted dally, v J. A. Soharffenberg, Dr. med., PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, aitd Accouchbcb. ' _ Hilly qualified at the Medical Board. CHABTEBS TOWEBB. [A CAPD,] JOHN 0«FLYNN. ' MINING AGENT 8HABEBEOKEJ1 &o., (Office of the Bainbmv G.&f.P.C., lAmited.) Near Sfcroej's Mining Exchange Hotel' CHARTERS 5COWEES. T. 8- Garter. SOLIOITOE Tierney'e Mining Enhaoge Hotel. Charters Towers. fibmleod & Co., 6ENEBAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom House ahd Forwarding Agehta, TOWKSVItiLB. I. ALAND, ftueTtenEcn * eMEsggsira a&emt JOSEB ETfiEET, ibmpororg Offices Jlargreuvct' Motel, CHARTERS TOWERS. A. * JASPER,! 8ADDLEB & HARNESS...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, [FROM OUR BRISHANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

.Telegraphic News. XORTITESK MINER OFFICE, [FHOM OUR ItRIBIUNK TELliGEAPillO AGESl] BRISBANE. October 9. Shaw, of the firm of Cobb and Co., a govern ment supporter, and Ernest White, hare pub* lbhed addrcf.FL'6 and announced themselves can didates for the Logan electorate* Mackny de clines to stand in consequenceofbeing appoiuted on & commission to the United States. Measles are very prevalent among the island ers on tlic plantations at Mackay, two mills havo in cousequeuee stopped crushing. October 1L Cablegrams stole that Earl Derby. speaking at Ihe Corporation banquet nt Guildhall, dopre eated auy umvUc meddling ia Continental affaire, and said that England's best interest was in the maintenance of peace; he further stated that the importance of the insurrection in Herzego vina was much exaggerated, and that (ho auto* nomy of the provinces was improbable, en account of the differences of religion. Willi refereuoe to China, he hoped the present diffi culty would be settled...

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