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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1875. The prospectors' claim St. Patrick, finishe^ on Monday its fourth crushing sinca tlx® 25th of August. The quantity of stone crushed was 762 tons mundic, whicli yielded 1445 ozs. 11 dwts, 12 grs. of re torted gold. On the 25th, August, 160 tons yielded 881 ozs. 2 dwts.; September 8,116 tonB gave 739 ois. 11 dwt». ; aud on the 22nd. September 100 tons yielded 760 ozs. 18 dwts. The quantity of stone crushed is X187 tons, find the total yield is 8764 07,s. 2 dwts. 12 grs., being over 3 02s per ton. The St. Patrick block claim finished a big crushing on the 24th. July, of seven weeks, 1110 tons yielding 1886 ozs. 5 dwts. 12 grs. Since then, on the 1st of September, 190 tons from the «vme claim yielded 817 ozs.; on the 15th. 200 tons yielded 334 ozs. 10 dwts ; and on the 22nd, 290 tons yielded GIG ozs, 4 dwts.; on Monday last 2b0 tons gave 565 ounces, _ making since tho beginning of August a crushing of 960 tons, wiih a yield of 1732 ozs 14 dtvls, The crashing...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 October 1875

DIED. HACKET.—At Barking Side, England, on the 24th July, 1875, Amelia, widow of Thomas Hacket, Esq., aged 76 years ; and on the 23rd July, 1875, at the same place, Amelia Josephine, their youngest daughter, aged 37 years. Interred at Barking Side, July 27th, 1875.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

SK WING MACHINES. IMPORTANT FACTS. II OiVS MACHINES. The celebrated Howe Machine stands un riralletl by any makers in the world. "Why ? be hum nil other makers had to pav a royality to Utwe for pirat ing ports of Iiib invention. THE NEW FAMILY MACHINE. has boon so Altered and revised that it now ftnhde11 par cxccUcucc" over any oilier maker. Its 6olo8 cxcced any other Machine* by bousande yearly. Last year by 1C,u00. Thus prpritip it beyond doubt to be the leading machine of the ige ; making a beautiful stitch* and being free of cog wheels and shaky liuke. HOWRS family coroplcto, £10. Howe's B, for ailoring and light leather wark, I'll. Hone's C, the champion boot closing machine, from £13. THE SINGER'S FAMILY. Manufactured by the iSinger'e'&t. V. G. Go. j Beware of imitations. All genuine machines made by Singer have the trade mcdullion I embedded on tuo arm. Reducod prite, complete, | £9. Ocn WHEELER and WILSON. The best spool machine in tho colony. CAurroy.-It lias come t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

WANTED to Purcluxao-n Horse* Dray, and i Harness, complete or in pans. Apply Office of this paper. WANTED a Good 43-wieral Blacksmith. Hig i j wages given,- and none but a steady moil ! need apply.-Apply to this office, TITANTED to buy Four cnt. Freeh Bu to*, at Vy*"'to. per lb. Apply, R. Hmio&bavjsi, £S change Hold. WANTED 60 J)aee Charcoal.-Apply, 1\ NfGfio, Hotel a' Italia. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, CHARTEBS TOWERS. A GRAND, SELECT, MASK BALL, Will lie hold iu the above Hall on THURSDAY EVENING, THE 21st INSTANT, Mn. PASQUALE NKSBO'S Q L ADJLILLE BAND Will be iu attendance. , LUNCHEON. Dancing to commence at 0 p m TICKETS, 10s. EACH, fTo bu lind on application to II. B. Bul.lierford or Poeqllole Nigra, Chancre foivcra, or at Loup'! Wandering Digger Huiel. Millrbcster. Masks and Drcm-fl can oc obtained from Mr. Colctuuii, tailor, Charters Towers, Masquerade Ball! D BESSES ofErpry Do eiijtimi emi be had on Hire at J. D« COLEMAN'?, Tailor, Maloolui1* Buildings. Oddfellows' Hall Comp...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1875. Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT BRISBANE. October 1[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

KAl'BHDAY, OCTOllEU 16, 1678. Telegraphic News. . mOBTttBBK MINER OFFtOE, [PUOlt OUB BUIBB1KK TELKOttArilla AUENT ; HIUSHANE. | October IB. I Daibtrec lias secured a large sp&co for Queers lpnd ialho Philadelphia UditUUion and aeke for large cibibiis of raw tnaieriol. Frederick Sbaw and Colon Munro have been jioiniunied for the liogan electorate* A complimentary banquet is to be glwsn lo Angus Macitay on Thursday week. A nJc of Crown &nu<b in north Brisbane If&e rualiBcd £900. October I*. | Cablegram* stale that the Ministry of lie! Capo colony bare summoned an extraordinary ccssien of Purliumemt. to consider imperial despatches in rcfeivnco lo ibe Katire ^Police, and the possible fcderuliou of the colonies mul | clalo of tkoSou'Ji Africa. The French Gurcriitnont have ordered Uic! formation of a (criitoriat army of 120,000 mcu. j

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Shipwreck and Loss of ThirtySeven Lives! [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

Shipwreck and Loss of. Thirty Seven Lives! A riiLKGruM from Madeira, dated 20tli July, stales that tlie i-hip Sluavt HuUne-1 maim, or Liverpool, eipsized and sank leu days from Bombay- Of those 011 board, ten incu were saved mid landed at St. Helena. Tiie won report tlmt their ves sel left Bombay 011 the 4th April, with 47 persons 011 board, and tlmt for ten days the wrathor was line. Ou tlie night of 14th, however, a squall came on. l'l.e cnptnin lmuJod dowu tlio flying-jib and tliq nniulop-gttllautBtayBail, and as the ship was steadily g'linj! over he also lot go the halyards. Nevertheless, the vessel mis thrown on her beam ends, and n heavy .sea washed several men overboard, when she capsized. Nine of the crew es ca|>od fiom the sinking vessel in u boat, which, though nt fn>t overturned, was afterwards righted. On righting her, tlicy found » monkey nlive, tied to the thwarts. They searched aext Jay for other survivors, but found none, until at (en o'clock at liiglit, they f...

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SYDNEY. October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

October \l. £3ie Bcv. Bclwyn, of the Milanasian tnWioii, hasnwirod from Norfolk Island with a Dtuuber of cotirciis. l^cvca lias Jiecn committed for trial for forgery of n. promissoTy nolo for iiv&rlj £50M. A furious drought jwernUB At VASI. Oclobpr 15. X site near Ujc S>a 1'ervtue jponumout Julh been sdoctcdfia tlio etatiou for Uic shore cjiU uf (lie cable from New Zealand. YUc Uovepwor of Xisw Onlcdonia liuwrittau to Itobiiisoin-xjirt'SBlog l-ifi grief at the death of Commodore Uoodenougli, und his eyinpjitlij with hid «iduw.

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Alleged Attempted Fratricide, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

Alleged Attempted Fratricido, A" extraordinary attempt ha* been ronde by n (j fuurircn venr.« (if njre, (o mm-der bis father, named tVaii'.is J)ruke, residing at 37 Stunley-gt., i iiattoisoa. Itnppcftre thut l)<pke isa widower, j and resided ut tlio above ud dress witb ins two i ehiidreu-the boy and hie stater. Trio uron w»is i in the employment oC Mc^rs Kent* brush makers, Croak Martbjrough street. For some 4:m . part his eon had been working with him, nud u few days ugo they both wenLlu Gv&ves end for u holiday. It i§ thought that whiles tbcro tonic dfcplcaiure uiust ba**o uri^on between theio, From some cause or other Uie futber thrashed the eon, and it is said tbe inttcr made throats to* wurds his father. On Friday moroing (lie father Hudson were sleeping together* .Shortly before five oVIock some uuo was licot-iC by the landlady to icavo (ho Imueo hortily, this one turned out to be young Drake. No notice was taken ot this at' (ho time, but about half en hour ...

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Title-Worship. (Social Review) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

Title-Worship. (Social Review) A man iuaj be a freij'ienlcr of ilie haunts .>f "iis-ipatiun, a gunifiiter, a playthiug of conrtCpRim, an intellectual imbecile, or a drunkard but taok lord on to bin name, end we eliali h ive a clmiity Worthy of ttugelu extended to nil bin crimes and mis demeanours An indulgeut smile will greet nil his follies whioli iu any other man would be regarded as highly oathable. ISioTjlliing is prostituted to rauk, from science lo fictiou. W« ooiiul lieVe a scientific society without a 'liv old1' in the chair ;tlie pusEessioii of tcieniific Know ledge being immaterial provided tie only havp a title lit cry novel imitt luce a lord for a hero or a marchioness for a heroine. To (w possessed nf a lit'e-tiut abilities-seems lo be the only essential re quisite to qualify any person to till bigli uud responsible offices of stute, und hl'the smie time the most reuiuueraiive itomraer uiul appointments to which men uf greatly xuperior menial calibro scarcely venture...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

Mining News. Axtiioi'UII tli? quantity of mundio stone raised and lliLMimount of gold it is yielding per ton, 1ms ? been \\w all engrossing topic concerning imumg mailers f*»r many months past, ever since the Rainbow and St. Patrick reef6 played that mate rial for truuips, and the Queen, Uareiock and Mary deep shafts followed suit, tUo top or red or brown stone has been yielding quietly and con* liuuously from 12 dwta. ^ 6 ozs. of gold pur (on of quartz obtained from bnckF, headings, mid surface stone from tlie principal roefs, while many cla'tme, not suflVently opened to bhow : the 'mundio, hate given quite a? rich returns | from the water-level upwards, to wit, the Coluni' | bia, Moonstone, Contest., Old Warrior, Welcome, and good returns though not rich, from other mines I need not enumerate. Ar.d now it is ovi* dent tjiat the Just-in-Time lease, Deesis, Voy and McMnnus', tlio Papuan Eitoosiou p.e" Jaekson and party's mine, No. & Quc&i, the p.o. on the St. Andrew ...

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Horrible Massacre in Utah [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

Horrible Massacre in Utah THE N«-tv V'«rk journals of the 2 Itli uli. give JetuiU of til'* trial of Julin 1). LOP,one tif the Mortnnii oliii'fs nl Itiovcr, in Utah, for participation in llie inntsnco of eroi ginutsit Mountain Meadonv, 1857- On that occasion a party of over 100 umiyraiits, who were penetrating into the Mormon country, wore, unrounded at Mountain Meadows by the Nnvon JjL'num and ilie Indiana, mid, after a three dsys' fight, wore decoyed out nf an entrenchment of lliuir Wii'goiie. mid were murdorni. The crime remaine i in cbsemity till a year n-.!o, when the United States authorities in Utah oMnined inform nti"li, tin which tlio prosecutions against Loo and several others of tin* .Mortuoi leaders have been instituted. Tile cliicf witness for the prosecution iu Lee's cose it I'liiliji Klui^cn Smith, against wliuui an indictment \v«i found, but who linn lioetl acei-ptod as an approver, if'? sta'es that the Mormon riders ware miwillin# (o allow tlic emigrants to come umuu...

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Bob Granit. A TALE OF THE DIG[?]NGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

Bob Granit. A TALE OF run mocisas. iloB GitisHT. ft digger as honest ok tiny Yo'd fln<l in a wc^, though you ovcrhauld many; Hard-working, i'feu*hcarfcd, scarce sober, but fctcndv, And in helping a friend crcr trilling nn<! ready. Though 110L long in these parts, by no moans a "green Jiuiid" Qntiforma, Sew Zealand, Victoria aad Queens land Each in their turn had b® roamed through, his fortune etif! seeking! Year* Mnycd at name .pln?e*, others fcjrcc a week ifi. A wnudcring life hud 1m led, and prerariaus ; Aud_ol" kiiuM'ludgc had pi tied up a stock qiiuiut nnd vmiout. Of life (in ihc "rough") few bad g< n through, ur scon more, Or ot Fortune (he sport, or tho Shuttlecock been more; One day, "cork of the walk" next, knoefcod down eic his guurd up (That is to toy, sometimes '* flush" nnd at others hard up.) TnJiiig tilings as they cann\ with his lot con te nted-. For, us he would say, ** What watt can't be presented." Well Ukcd was ttou Qjuxir. of frie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

TOUOE COUUT, CJmHurB Towers. Summons Dav«; Tuesdays and Fridays. Prisoners eveiy day. SV ALL DEIilS COURT. First uikI TUird Wodn&sd y every Month MicLcorsrER, Summons Days : Monday* and Thursdays. SMALL DEBTS COURT. First ftud Third Thursday tvery juoulU. WARDEN'S COUET. Charters Towers. Tueid&ye and Thursdays, on which days injunctions ulso will be granted* UlI/LCHBSTEB, Every Wednesday

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

H. j. W. BOWKER attorneg, Solicitor, proctor, <£on= bcgancec, &c" Can be consulted daily at Hiabon'e Hole), MIXLCHESTEE. H a. PUEOELb. M.D, & SDBGEON, (Lioeneed under the Queensland Medioal Board,) Bu BEMOVED from tho' Club HOUBO Hotel to bia new roaidence,£earlT opposite the Masonic Hull, Mioer-atreet, where lie can be consulted daily, . J. A. Seharffeiiberg, Dr. ®ed., - PBTSIOIAN, SDEQEON, AOI> AOCOOCHEBR Duly qualified at tbo Mcdioal Board* CHAMEHB TOWEEB. [A CiW>,] JOHN O'FLYNN, ' inninq aoent sEASEBROKEn &c., (Office of the Itainbow O.U.P.C., Limited.) Hear liertrey's Mining Eicbange Hotel' CHARTERS TOWERS. T. S- Garter SOLICITOR TitrBBj'ii Mining Exchange Hotel. Chartara Towers. Manleod & Co., GENEEAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom House abd Forwarding Age b to, TOWWSVIIjLE. I. ALAND, A5J)CT0@SSEEIR & ©fflSSMSSD®!!! &&ESSY UIKEB 6TKEET, Temporary Office -. Hargreaerf BcUl, CHARTERS TOWERS. ^ W . J A 8 P E 11 , 6ADD...

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Government Savings Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

Government Savings Bank. Return of operations for tbc month of Sqrtew H 1870 New accounts opeucd ... 452 Accounts cloud ... 297 Increase iu number of account* ... 155 Kumber of dcj>oiii6 ... 2583 umber of witii&rawaU.. 1262 Total Bum deposited £3U.285 19 2 Total aura withdrawn 30&G9 3 3 Amount to Uw credit of 12/391 depositors on tbo 30it Sep'., 1675 691.32+ 7 V AtmmtH to the credit of 11,936 Depositors un the 81st Aug, 1875 ... 685,68f 17 8 tucrense for Uie uioiHh of Sept. 5.739 10 4

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Customs Duties. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

Customs Duties The following is a comparative statement of the Customs' jJutiug n»ceiveJ Hi each Port of the Colony of Queensland, aud paid into tiie TYea- j eui'5 lit Brisbane during tUo quarter ended 80th ! September. 1874, and 3UlU S»j)tcu)ber, 1875, respectively Port. Quarter ended Quart«remled Kept. 30tb, 1874-> Kept. 30,1876 Brisbane Ipswich Mni-y borough.. ftuructt Hirer Bocktinmptou.. CHaJstono Mackay fil« r^awifncQ.. Olcreltuid Jiuy j Porl Jliuciiiu-j brook Port Uenieou .... iswcer'a Inland, Euduuror Him' JJordur Cuboids' 66,220 7.443 tu 14,776 2,224 14 *6;074 43 358 11 1,584 0 1,072 15 3 8,765 12 11 745 1 2 121,835 0 7 £ a. d. 71,518 H 4,1*34, 10 4 8,370 6 244 7 U 16/251 13 531 2 11 1,892 0 2,351 10 10,914 G 9 330 14 2 1.592 2 140 0 11 12,118 17 1,853 2 1 132547 1« 11 The Queensland Trutuury, October 4, i875.

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MELBOURNE. October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 16 October 1875

JJELDOUUNH. October 14. TJic ftliniitry have migucd. McCuliucb will | tie probably fient for. Op!. 16. UcCullooU hot addressed h lulUic tc Ketferd and AtacPborsou in rcfcrcncc lo tbe forraution of Vl Ministry i Retry bos retired. 'i'Jie intended rote of sympathy in Ward nee dier proposed tobetuored in the Congregational Union is meeting wltb strong oppjsillon. Xlio Sues tDtiil bas urrired tit Adelaide, £4000 worth of dollars I»b bven ivcotcred fruro the wivck of " Schiller." V'lic ne«*a of Ooodcnough's defltti was received in London willi painful eurpvibc. l-'iji Ime been included in tbc Australian Group under tbe amended PaeiDe launder* Avt, Tbcro is a morked decrcuGe iu tbe cmiirratioti frotn tbc Clyde to Cnuadu, The Uuko of ICdinburgb bus boon Imndwuiely ok'bruUtd in Ituesiu, TUe DaSvoof Coiinuugljj.now nmjoi of the 7lb lluicearu, lie is visiting nt JJerliu. ilio ICiugof Itnljr biiK jtretunu'd tbc Quueu wi\b twelve boraob. Tbc forking i»en of iiondun purpose circling a Btulue to ...

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The Earthquakes in South America. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 October 1875

The Earthquakes in South America. Br the arrival of the Shannon at Plymouth further paitteulars have ooroe to. hand of the late terrible earthquake on the borders of Co'umbia and Venutuela. A letter from Salagar save:-" Oueuta ie in ruine, not a single bouse remaining, The hilled are oaloulatod at 6000. fiosario, Sao Antonio, Oapacho, Gaasinio, Sun Juan do Verona, San Cayctano, San Cliristobal,, Taridn, Soberotirn la Grila, and tie adjoining villages are in complete rulne. This place bus suffered severely, and the adjoining country ie nearly devastated. Chinaeota, Cliapo, Sampnlooa, Oneutiila, Arbdedas, Santiago, Gallindo, and Oranalote have also Wen groat sufferers. Not one stone remains on another in the city of Cueuta. The number of the dead iB calculated, at three.fuurths of the cntiie population. The few families which are saved are now on the outskirts of what whb tiiu city, living on what tliey can procure, but they will soou be obliged (o roiire, as tho putrcfac lion of the ...

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Deliberate Suicide by Poison, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 October 1875

Deliberate Suicide by Poison, About 7 o'clock laet night (e&yt the Evening 2feiot of September 21) a gentle man whose name ii et present unknown, poisoned himself at the bar of the Lb Flore Austrslienne Dotal, in George-street Tbe particulars of the tragio event ate bb follr.wa:-Tlie dceeased Who had ashed for a glass of ale was serred by tbe barmaid, ; when he unfolded a piece of paper and , poured its contents into the tumbler, at liie i same time femarking tbat he usually took 1 hie medicine in beer. The barmaid ootioiog something peculiar about the jnao imnie- ? diately guessed tbat lie sought to poison himself, and with tbaHdea seized tbe gtaeB end called tlie waiter to ber assistance. On deceased stating that be would not drink the mixture end would throw it out, the barmaid released her hold on the glass. He thereupon walked to the door and then drunk the fluid, He went over to a sofa pnd lay down, stating that tbe bar maid would be the last person who would sec btui ...

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Goldmining in California. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 October 1875

Goldmining in California. Fine Gold:. !u thft year 1860 tie yield of gold Was found to be In the Pine Tree district, only 40 per cent, of tbe actual .contents, owing to ita btHngeo Gneas tote invisible to tbe asked eye. In the Mariposa district, for tbe same reason tbe gold quartz wliicb now yields £10 to £12 per ton used only'to give £2 to £3. tntbe Fine Tree tbe whole cost of treatment only Averages 24b." per ton. Seduction Works: In the State of Neveda there are no less than '170, nod their coBt la put down at two millions sterling. Aqueducts: One is now being con trac led to"f>t>nvey' tbe west branch of the Carson River thirty miles to tbe Umpire City. Another known as tie Humboldt Ditch, will be no leei than 60 miles in length. £ot4 of these were built for conveying water to the miners. Bun of Sold In Quarte lteefs: Careful and systematic observation baa demonstra ted that they, are rarely worked to a profit for more than two consecutive mileBand the pay rock rarely exten...

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