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SYDNEY. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

SYDSHY. The colour lias only the fifth or tlie space a; * -lied for in the l'Jiilariuljjhiu likhibiliou. Thin? is Luf. hide jir^jicet of M»© criekcJ aatcli coming off with t4ic Queensland team.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT BRISBANE. October 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

Telegraphic News. KQRT1IERX HIKER OFFICE, [I'llOH OUR BHIBDAXE TLLELBAI'lUC A3EM BRISBANE. October 23. (..'Iiavlcs PrllHiard, clmrgoi willi Iho m irUi-r o Irillitlis at Gyuipio, bas been ct nvicted of man .ianglitef, find t-L-ntcncc.'l to pcunl servitude foi vu-iit v 3 ears. Ma lVitcliu:'«l was tirqui'lc<!. Cablegrams by ilje ''Carodft" nnuuuDce tbat v loan vf i>iie and Q'balt' lmilkua has bc.u .illviid. The "Roderick Castle," with itrmigrtn'* tc uicklatid, was Cowed inlo Falmouth, dismasted. ICiiyUuii and llueeiu linve declined to join tin eproseui-alivea of the huropeuti j/uwersiu a uoti j Turkey, in reference to thu iioii'pajrtuent oj 'oupoue. Cl>a«les Coivper, Pr »fca> »p Wbca'etoue. Hj.k .Wu ol Oliiclicstpf, hare died.

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Charters Towers Police Court OCTOBER 25TH. Before C. S. DICKEN, ESQ., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

Charters Towers Police Court October 25th. Before C. S. DICKEN, ESQ., P.M. Annie Bridewell was charged with larceny of £10 5s., the property of Rose Anne Bedford. Mr- Carter appeared for prisoner. tScmofcoMstuble Swords deposed ; On Satur day I lift, ab)ut 12 o'clock, Ite arrested prisoner, on tbe iuiormiition of Mrs. Bedford, at licr hotel. Mr. Caiter: Mrs. licdford laid no infor mation, And signed no chnige against prisoner ; had opposed Alrp. Bedford s npplieation for a J pub)ii»<tii*p license, on tbe grounds that she was a j woman of immoral repute ; arrested prisoner on j ; Mr?. DedforJ gave him information nmounlin^ to a wusonahle suspicion; slw (old ' him prisoorr a £. 10-nolo from her; p*j. > foiu«r >v«8 drunk when hp arrested hor; Mr-. [ Uedford did not tell hiin on what hank the note 1 was, nor thi) uiuuh.T; she told him lit-it it j was an old note, and that she would kndw it ] again ; did not find the £J0-notcor» the prisoner, j nor exarch her; prisoner w...

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MELBOURNE. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

MELBOURNE. October 26.   Moore, the Roman Catholic priest, pleaded guilty to marrying minors, and was ordered to   enter into his own recognisances to appear when ccalled upon for sentence. The Amateur Glee and Dramatic Club are making active preparations for the entertain-> ment they purpose giving on Monday night next. A large number of tickets have already   been sold. The members of the school com-   mittee will, we trust, help to dispose of the tickets and make the affair a success. Annie Clarke has been twice before the Police Court within the last eight days. The police are making the place too hot for her. Let her take wing and try her chirrupping in some other locality, It is in vain that she increases her brood here. "Canaries and Quails" have no   cover here, and should seek new feeding ground. They have devoured all the flits about. A meeting of the Charters Towers Committee will be held to-morro...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1875. Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. October 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 80, 187B. Telegrapliic News. X0BTHEB.lI MINER OFFICE, [FPOH OJIR bhisbane telkquaphic AGENT] BRISHAKE. v.»o'.egrims stale that the Prince of Wales WM rcceirf'd with eivat ependour at Cairo; thence ho i;efumed lifs voyage to Bombay. Destine' ive Douds are causing serious tlatn&go throughout England. October 29. The Governrornt hove Riven £100 tp the Na. tional Agricultural Association. Preparations for the I'hiladclphia Exhibition pre progressing mtisfiiCtorily. A b| occ of 61)00 feet lias been ub|ted for" and grouted ; t lie ci Jjibitswjll be dispatched by the " Whmmioa " in December. The nominatioi for Carnarvon Uiltei plage on the mil November, and the poll on the tith Jau vary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER Stcorntg, Solicitor, proctor, ©on* trcgancer, &c., Ow be consulted daily at Hisbon'e Hotel, - MlLLOHKSrEH. . H O. V U E O E h L. . M,Df & SURGEON, ! (Licenud under tf^Queeoslaud Medical j Hbb BEMOVHD from the Olub House Hotel to bis new midence, nearly opposite the Masonio | Hall, Mioer*etreet, where be can be consulted1 daily, J. A- Scbarffenberg, Dr. med., PpTBlOIAH, SbEGEON, Ah» ACCOCCHBBR I Dulf qualified afc the Medical Board. , ltJHApT£BB TOWBRB. [A CABD,] ' JOHN 0»FLYNN, ' MINING AGENT 6HAREBBOKEJ1 &o., (Office of the Sahtbow O.M.P.C., limited.) Near l'iemey'i Mining Exohange Hotel. . CHABTBES TO WEBS. - T. S- Garter. SOLICITOR Tiemey'e Mining Exchango Hotel. Charters Towers. Manleod & Co., GEK&BAI, STOREKEEPERS, Custom Qouir nbd Forwarding Agehte, .TOVTSSriHiB. I. ALAND, MS8Vt®E)EEIIl ft e©5SBjaiieSB©E3 &&EMT fclHEH EIBBET, Temporary Office t Hargreaew' Betel, CHARTERS TOWERS. W . J A. S P E 11 , La BADD...

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SYDNEY. October 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

8TUKEY. Oclobrr 26. I lie war schooner 41 Conflict" ha© luft to cruise Arouud Australiu, calling ui jBritiUaiic, and in* pectiug tbo pour] fisheries ut Xorres StmiU. iiauk of New South Wales bus declorcd s dividend equal 10 174 per cent. Tho -reserve 'und bow reaches ibe sum of £100,000. Pox bus been .euteiicd to tea years imprison mnent, &od O'Kourke to 6eveu for norst-stealiug. October 29. The reeideuU of the Clarence River district &re ugitolMig for tbe extension. ol the railway to Glen iune*, InvercH, AjirmiiUte, Tcutcrfiatd. A quantity of frozen fisb, to Melbourne, arrived perfectly fresh. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

WANTED, a respectable Girl ai general servant.-Mrs. W. J. TOLL, WANTED to rent or purchase a. Humpy close to the Towers. Apply at WjUiKEit's Hair-dressing Saloon. WANTED to Furckaw, a Light Draught Hone, Tip-dniy, and Harness; complete or in parts. Apply, Office of tliis paper. Charters Towers Primary School. WASTED two ASSISTANTS in the School4 . mute or female.-Apply at once to Mtr I at the school.-G'EjlSe, flo*. fioty CHARTERS TOWERS W&flfS DRAMATIC CLUB ODDFELLOWS HALL, OO.L SXKUET. IN AH) OF THE Charters Towers School Fund. MO A DAY EVSinIKG, ISov. 1ST, 1878. Under the Patronage of C. S. DICKER, ESQ, F.M,\ PAAY II* Overture .Band. Quartette: "Gently Breatlie"-. -Messrs. Hcatb, Bolts, James feO'Neil Song: « Happy as a King" .....Buckridge. Dunce Coleman. | 6ong : 41 Little Footsteps" ........Heath Soug: /' Dear Little Sbau>rock" Lady . Song: Erin,injCountry" tiolU. | Song: " Molly Darling" .Jame*. INTERVAL OF TEN MINOTES. mitVfla. CHRISTY MltfSTRELS.i Overture: Gallop...

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Mining News [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

Uining News THE topic of this week amongst tbe members or our miuing community ii the discovery of the lltiiiibjw reef, in all its raundic beauty, at adeptb of 210 leet in the Haiti bow Prospectors' Claim Coapnur. "Whilst drilling to put in a shot on the evening of Wednesday last, tbe sudden softening or the gtvuud gave occasion for a euruiise that the upper caning of the reef bad been pierced by the drill, and sure enough after tbe shot had been fired some piece* of the reef were found thrown up bearing all tbe character* istic appearance* of the Uainbov mundic stone. What thickness of reef will be cut before the foot wall u reached, and any oihor ooteworthy | particulars concerning it will probably be found in the locals of this issue. The company's eorip will certainly lake a rise now, and, although ell the work neoesssry before tbe c<aim will yield its precious treasure has not nearly been executed, there is the promising consideration of tue existence of the ieef in ...

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Charters Towers Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

Charters Towers Committee A meeting of the Committee was held on Thursday evening in the'Dan O'Oonnell Hotel. ?^n^^f6wuE*tt,y (!n tUe ohair), Metes, Mills, O Neil, O Jlaie, Maloolm, BnkeDbili, Ackers, Jamison, Aland, and Davie. . Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read sad confirmed. Oa the motion of Mr. O'Kane seconded by Mr. Jamison, Mr. Davj«on was admitted a mem ber { and on the moiioo of Mr. Jamison seconded by Mr. Malcolm, Mr. W. Jackson was admitted a member of commitieo. An account of 16s. due to the Northern Miner was passed and paid on the motion of Mr. Jamison seoouded by Mr. Mills. Mr, Jamison, on behalf of the 8ub*0ommittee appointed to report on the formation and ex* peuBes of a Fire Brigade it*., brought up the following report* Reportiof the Sub-Qommittoe appointed to take into consideration the eubieot of a Firo Brigade in the town of Ofcartere Towers. " Your Sub-Committee regret, that owing to the manner in which tbe town Is supplied with water, the absence o...

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St. Phillip's Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

St. Phillip's Church. A 1AE0B meeting of the original subscribers to tliia church, and all others interested, was held on Wednesday evening in the church. Millches tor appearedjto have " rolled " up its last mm, and it was plain it was not a question to be settled by the congregation proper or the Church or England, but bj the whole rank and file of Mill Chester Bev. Mr. Thomas presided. The Secretary Mr. Alford, read the resolution passed at the meeting of the General Committee, and the Chairman road the advertisement calling the meeting, and asked if any one hod a resolu tion to propose on the subject of the removal of the church from Millohester to Charters Towers. Mr. Peter Fraser sold, as an original subscriber to the church, he would like to Bee it remain where it was. He thought that, though the meeting had been advortised. that very few knew that it would be beld and he thought that more time should be given. He was a Presby terian, but he found on referring to his bauk book...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

SEWING MACHINES. IMPORTANT TACTS. HOWE M AOH IN E S . Tlio celebrated Howe Mae"Uino stands un« rivalled by any uiuUcn iu I he world, Why P bc a use all other mukers hod to pay a royality to Howe for piruling parts of his invention. Tue NEW FAMILY MACHINE. Las boon so Altered and u-vised that it now stahds " par excellence" over any other mtikor. Its bbIob exceed any other Machines by Itousands yearly. Last year by 10,u00. Thue proving it beyond doubt to bo tlio loading machine of tbeigo; making a beautiful stitch, and being free of cog wheel* aud shaky links. Howis fotnUy complete, £10, llowo's B, for ailoiing and ligut leather VfDrk, £11. Howo'fi 0, the champion boot closing muchine, from £18. 'The SIKGEQ'S Family. Manufactured by tho dinger's M. F. Ch Go. Beware of imitations. All genuine machines mado by Singer liavo tbo trade medallion embedded on the arm. Heduced price, complete, Our WHEELER and "WILSON. The best spool machine in tho colony. CAUTION.-It liaacomo to our Iniowlcd...

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Rochford. (From our Correspondent.) October 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

Rochford. (From oar Corrcspoudont.) Oc/oher 27. A GOOD Templars' meeting wu held here on 8&turday, tbcT 23rd ineuint. Abraham. W.C.T., or the " Hope of the North Lodge,'. Bovenewoori, lirtred a very appropriate ndaress fa fart>r of Good JempUriim ; after which, a branch of the Order was established, when Ihirty-one members joined and took the obligation. X em given to understand that thla is the lai£c«t number that .v«r has beet i enrolled, ou tin* firrt night of open* ing in any lodge in Queensland; at all orenli, it is a largo number out of our adult population, of eonte oluety to one hundred, ull told, ZNieir night of meeting! is appointed for Saturday evening!.) weekly* A '.gent/' in full eail, with heavy eeaa, having Baecupo on hoard, visited (lie meeting, and toldthe speaker to go 10 the warm country and uied eowe veiy claaticol language, till. |ie nad to be ejected by 1'orce. There is nothing new in mining matters Ihia week to report; the reeti working hon*at pre* ...

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Mr. King at Maryborough (From the Chronicle of the 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

Mr. King at Maryborough (From the Chronicle of tiic 12tb. IT would'bp absurd for him to pledge himself that<the local railway scheme should be brought forward at any particular date. That must de pend entirely on Ibo state of tho money market, vut tniB lie could promise, that the Murybor-. ough railway sliould bo included in the firrt Railway polio/ brought forward by the Liberal Government- {Cheers.) It would nOt? perhaps; bo considered outofpkee were lie to give achort .Vetchof what his Ministr/ hud done'during the last session, (Hear, hear.) To commends, ho wo* willing to admit their many abort* coming®. t Doubtless, they had left undone many things' which some persons thought they should have done, but it uiusi be remembered to their credit that they entered office heavily han dicapped. They found tho Augeau stable in a terrible mess, the result of bad manugement, And all this had to bo cleared away before they could get it a fair start. 1ft order to complete the work...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

GIBSON—BENNETT.—On the 27th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, at Just-in- time, by the Rev. C. P. Thomas and Special   License, Archibald, son of Captain Henry   Gibson, of Sydney, to Jane, daughter of Mr.     Matthew Bennett, engineer.   DIED.     ON the 29th, at the Hospital, Margaret, the beloved daughter of T. Ryan, aged six months. Funeral at three o'clock. Friends please accept this notice.

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MELBOURNE. October 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 30 October 1875

MELBOURNE. October 28. The Committee of the Chamber of Commerce have recommended the adoption of the postal card system. Two brothers have been drowned at Kilmore while bathing. Victoria has been allotted 5000 feet, and south Australia 1500 at the Philadelphia Exhibition. The Ministerial programme embraces taxation on various kinds of property, but no income tax. October 29.   The proprietor of the Police News has been committed for trial for publishing indecent papers. Benjamin Douglas, a working man, opposes McCulloch for Warrnambool, "Sayings about Town" in our next. ERRATUM.— In last crushings, for the Papuan p.c. read 'Papuan block.' Howard Beed, agricultural editor of the Herald and Mail is dead. The secretary of the primary school begs to acknowledge receiprt of £2 additional received by Mr. Hubert for the children's school feast from different persons. On Thursday in the police-court, Geo. Brooks charged with being drunk and disorderly was discharged, and fined ...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. ' 6£b,-Barney told me to (ell you tb at he's "off!" . And, indeed, he surprised myself when he said | fJ7 " Ah, Barney," says I, u tell me whore to, i&rtd why BO?" "No matter," savs be, "but ' paok up billy and traps-aud don't forget the . toinahnwk» There is no uae in remaining longer i ! w^om do no'good hero-everything has rui. j out exccpt our reef j we have no friend sinoe j Walker [good luck to him!] loft us J our pockets 'are empty* and onr credit registered por tods* . tempo, as the Spaniaids say ;-so I see nothing : i fdr it but off!" Well, you see, I began to i : reason with him, to tempt him lo stop. *' Now, i Barney," says I, " what will you do with the show-the reef, or leader, I mean." **Oh,lnt it fie where we found it-it wont rust," said he. j Why, man," said I," the field is getting better lad better 1 Look at the machine yards $ they ire oramuu'd with quartz. Look at the think jeefs, and look at the moiist-or cakosof gold turn* ...

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Anger and Enumeration [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

Anger and Enumeration I i A Danbubv man named Reubens re oently 8aw a statement that onuuting one hundred when teuipted to speak an angry word would save a mat) a groat deal of tronMe. Tills statement sounded a little singular at first, but tlio mure he read it .nor the morn favouruhly he bo-ame im pressed with it, and finally concluded to adopt it Nest dour to Reubens liven n man who has made Gve diEtinct attempt* in the past fortnight to secure a oinne.r of green peas by the first of Jolv, ami every time has lieen retarded by Reuben's hens. The next morning after Reubens made his resolution this iuod found his fifth attempt to hare mix cirried Theu he called on Iteubens. He eoi.l-''Y\ hut in thunder do yna mean by letting your hen" tour up mv garden ?" Reubens was prompted to cull him a niud shooi' a new name just coining into general use, but he remembered his re D'llutinn, put d"Wn his rage, abd mcukly observed-"One, two, three, four, five, 6'x. seven, eight," Then the mad neigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

S K M A 0 11 1 K E L ° I-VPOHXAKT rViCXri. nowii M.iciUiis rir Jitl Eo°" ^«Mn» tlaftfe .:?. ii is ' *»?*<?. >??* ».. ..e voi C^ 'Zh':vn ted ,0 '..« » **»«'.< ' . Tm WS l"r!' 01 '"..«"».'? hi.. ,W MAUUINE. *° Altj-red. anil jcnud (ha it noir j. P e*0°Uei)ce over any other maker. UT.anae"c^r "V 0tbee MaCbiUCS "* tj,... '. .Lfl,,h yTr bf io.uoo. S.P"5r'n?,t beyond doubt to bo tlioloorling f TW"P » beauliful Hw£f fT nc°e W1,W|S °"d links. IIOWES family complete, £10. Hone's li. fi,r ojoring Slid lielit leather wort, £ 11. Howe's 0, pus champion boot closing midline, front £13. Tun Sikoeu's FAMILY. ftuumraelurcd bv tlic riingor'e M. If. G. Co. - 'm'l«t'oi)6. AH pomiino inncJiinra fmwi^ .'P 1,nT tho moduliiun embedded on the nrm, Beduccd price, eomjilele, , Oub Wheeieii and WILSON. Tho watspool utncliino in the colony, 11 llM ">n>0 to ourknotrledce Hint <° palin off iuferior ^W lirPUr "?da,lluM " »ow placed on nil °ui tJuriral.lcdf0'' .The TUDOR S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

WANTED to Purobti'*, o Light Draught llorsc, rip-dray. And Harness« complete or in parte. Apply, Ifficc of tliie paper. WANTED a sn&art Biy, to make hiinsell generally uaeiul, Apply, Hansford's Hotel, Miilobvstcr. , ANTED a Bricklayer-at once. Apply to Mr. Hicbord Hargmtves. W WANTED Tenders for parking Level, et orr foofc or] fathomf two shifts. Apply Papuan p.c. | WANTED a Good, General Servant, Apply | to Mrs. Drown, Milkboster road, near I Masonic-hall. | THE following is a JUt rf persons nominated for Kieolion of Hospital Committee t - Mr. John penne H Binder W. Bftdd. Jamc* Allei W. Tiemoy Wr. M. Mowbray W. A. Ackcrs Jutnee Soott \V. Andrews E. P. Graham Arthur Murphy U. K. Butherford 1\ Mills C. Ucnafng U, Bobs Kos» Uobinson John Gard T. O'Eanc J. J3. Bpbi Mr. Rd. Uarg reave* J a me? Mnrahall G-. T. Lataond J. E. Jtnthcrford T. Auckland J. M. liyan P. liishou J. 3. Carter «f 0, Huttofl J. Tough J. Foley W.A. Boas 0« Erhurdt R. Long Jnbn Swon W. Davison James McNamee B...

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