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GYMPIE. November 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

GYM PIE. I November 1. f A new Kef, ibo«ring tplendUt gold, lias been .track at a depth' of 420 fet in Hu. 7 «nd MonHgnd line of reef

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Warden's Court. NoVEMBER 2. Before Mr. WARDEN CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

Warden's Oourt. Nororesn S. Bofore ilr. WARDEN OBIBTSUI, A. Chick, Charles Henderson, Andrew Peter Nelson, and Junn Gordonson v. Jotepb Naylor, JohnJuck, and Henderson j illegal 1/ removing pegs. Mr. Carter appeared for complainants and Mr. Bowkcr fur defend&i t*. The plaint set forili that In Ootober lait the defeDdani® removed, cutitraiy to the Act and Regulations, certain peg* placed in tiid .com* plainants c'aun known aa No. 8 8'B. tfarj, who had sustained thereby lo»a and damages they prayud the Warden to order tbe defendants to pay £20, the amount of 6uoh damage, or sucb other sum ae the Court should think fit, and to muke any further order that the Court considered - nei»rtBary. The defendants pleaded, 1st, that they did not remove the pegs a» alleged; 2nd, that the pegs din not mark out the ctaiui properly* and 8m, that the claim on which tlie pegs were placed vm not the property of the complainants* Mr. Carter called the attention of *he Court to the 10th clause of ...

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(From the C. B. Express.) GEORGETOWN. October 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

(Frtjm the C. B. Jlxprcu.) GEOIUMJIOWN. October 25. I Jamee Auguetnt Parker liaa consented 10 be nominated Tor the Suite Electorate. Hit re turn ia certain. October 26. Jamet Augimut Parker fate been elected un opposed far Burlte. No cruthinn b&Te beei. finithed tor the past ten dajt.

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Annual Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

Annual Hospital Meeting. THE nnnual meeting of contributors to the hospital, was held in tbe Courthouse,-Miliclies tor. at half-past 4 o'clock. There was a good auendanoe, ebicBy or Millcbester contributor*. In tbc abwnc* ot the President Mr. Charters, the chair was token by tbe Vice-President Mr. Lissner. Tbe following reports and statement of accounts were road s Third annual report of the Committee of Man agement, November 1st, 1875. Tli- Committee of Management^ submitting .this the third mutual report, has !hc twofold satisfaction of baviag successfully tided over a uiwfit difficult and trying «casoti, and of testifying to tbe continued success and prosperity of the institution* On assuming oflhe, your committee found ample funds on hand, with which to commence their new and honorary duties. Their Jlrst care «ae to do what had been suggested by the lete committee-namely, to erect a new iron roof over the main building, with spouting, and three large lanks, capable of holding 12...

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JUNCTION CREEK. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

JUNCTION CHEEK. October 26. Mr. «T. Cutting, with three hundred head of MtUe from Bockwood is cotuped here, awaiting lain. The cattle are reported to be looking verj walL Bdreial tunu, loaded for the Palmer, have paiaed witbin the Inst week.

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Irish Wit. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

IriBh Wit. A. BOLL, saya Sam net Lover, in always connected with thought, and is always comprehensible, even when most confused, ft m iy bo owinn to a limited amount of knowledge-as in tlie case of an old Woman lining to the chandler's for a faulting candle, nod told it wub rained to a half penny on account of tho Russian war, 'Bad I tick them 2" she exclaimed,"and do tliey 6«lit by omdlo li.bt ?" He given lliia instance of genuine Irish humour: K gentleman seeing so Irishman stairger ing 11')nie frxni a fair, observed to him. " \ It, Darby, I'm afraid you'll 6nd tho road you're fining is rather a lougor uno than yon think." ''Sure, your honour," he re) licd,"its not the length of the roatl I care about, iu tlie breadth of it is des troyin' me." gives a grai'Jiic sketch of the Unlilin porter :-''Wo ianded at King ston from her majesty's mail packet, and have instantly a xwann of porters round us, some with tickets on their ariu an>l Bime without -the former, the legitimate assist...

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The Machines MARY LOUISA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

The Machines MABY L/OUIHA. WyndhamNo. 1 north* going through. nrsa despair No. 5 Queen, going tbroughl BKZBBTBI8E* Tons Name of ctai-n Qe» dwt, ct 226 tftiib-d £ni;liiliiiieh ... 408 0 0 No* 18t. Patrick going though. DEFIAKCE. fit. Patrick block going through. vawpa. 6 Wafy Ko 1 W 8 16 0 77 Martin Lyons No 3 ... 245 7 0 169 North Australian No 8 142 8 0 8 Erin's Homo 8 16 0 Aleiardr* p,c.f Papuan No, 2, and Walts Etoue going through. OHEAKO-ALX. 8(3 No. 1 tUinbor 2505 12 0 Hit-or-Hiu, Alexandra No 4. going through, about 25 ton* deveiitf'iniJe in retort,

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1875. Telegraphic News. SOUTHERN MINES OFFICE, (From our correspondent.) TOWNSVILLE. November 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1876. j Telegraphic News. SOUTHERN MINES OFFICE, (From our correepondeul.) TOWN6VILLE. November 2. j Arrived: M Somerset," m&U (teatuer, and .ailed ftt il p.m. for the fouth " Victoria" from , Bowcd. " Dme of Edinburgh " from U&rdwell.

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

H. J. W. BOWKER atcorncg, Solicitor, proctor, <£ou= ftcgancer, &c., Can be consulted daily at Hiahon't Hotel, MlLLCDKBiEK. H o; P U B C E L L. K.D, & SUliGEOK, (Licensed under the Queensland Medical Board,) fins BEAT OVED from tho Club House HotoJ to' fafa new residence, ntarlr opposite the MtiKonir H^li MiUBi**BtreetJ ,nhe»* Jie c,au be coueulled J. A- Soharffenberg, Dr. med., PhtbiOIAN, SURGEON, ak» Jlccoucdedb Duly qualified at the Medical Board. CHARTERS TOWBBB. [A OlM>,] johist O'FLYNN, ; msmo AGENT SEAHEBEOKE/i a0., (Office 0/t\e JRai jdjotn G.M.l'.C., Limited.) Near l'iorney'B Mining Exchange Hotel CHASTE US TO WEES. T.'S. Carter. SOLICITOR Tierney*« Hiding Exchange Hotel. Charters Towera. Manleod & Co., GENBKAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom Hootf ahd Forwarding Agobts, TOWNSVILLB. I. ALAND, ftUBWeSSEEB * e©SBEaiget®KI ftBEOT ' MIKEB BISECT, OJBoe 1 Timiej'e Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWEIiB. ^ Wj. . J A S f . E R , 8ADD&ER &...

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SYDNEY. November 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

November 1. The hew Zealand Parliament hat refused the subsidy to the Pacific Mail contract, and is' unanimous in restricting ihc swbeidv to £40.000. i Ttirtj-iix chores of forgery have been lodged against Treve, . I It is understood that ibe contract for tlie Pacific Service is etill uuoigued by the contract* I tag pa. tics. I Bewy, in lecturing oo protection at Eagle' Hawk, elated it is the intention of the Oppoai- j tion to Slop all business until a dissolution is ? granted. | November 2. The pioneer steamer ..Vasoo deGama," for the new mail service, left BID Francisco for Sydney on October 9lh. Tre've hue be«n committed for itisl on two ad* d t'onal chargca of forgery j further charges are pending against him.'

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[FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. November 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

CFBOX OUB £ BIS BAKE TELEGUiPHIO AGENT] BBlaUAME. Norember 1. Mowbraj hag been gazetted Police Magistrate for Bt, George, rice Hamilton, removed. November 2, The " Bowen" arrived at Singapore oo Friday. Cabltg?au» stale that the Prince of Wales embarked at Sues for Bombay. lhe Dachew of Edinburgh ba6 been delivered of a daughter. T«ie Offtaal G^zett? at Sf.' Pcteraburgh ex* pnvaea dvE'ruit of.the promised Turkic reformi,^ and declares that the Euroj ean powers mu*J ta'e eUpi to ah. ir tbeir atreugtn and confidence to pat &n end to the ill-treatment the Christian! are euffering at the bandi of the Turka.

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BRISBANE. October 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

BRISBANE. October 29. The "Kapunda" is supposed to have passed Cape Moreton on Wednesday night. She was sighted off the coast, beating to the Northward. It was spoken on Sunday, at daylight, off Evans' Head, between the Richmond and Clar- ence Rivers. The A.S.N. Co.'s s. "Victoria" has been     aground since Monday last. She floated yesterday, and sailed for Towns- ville and CooKtown. Sailed: "Blackbird" for Townsville.     Arrived : "Leichardt" from the North.   The "Lucy Ravel," schooner, struck on a reef   near Broadsound, off Pearce Head, near Long Island. She floated on Saturday last, but had to be beached. Her hold is full of water, and the cargo is much damaged. The vessel is insured in the Victoria Office, Sydney. Mr. W. Palmer, sold lest week one-quarter share in the Columbia No. 1 south, for £400, to Mr. J. G. Jackson of the Queen. In the police court yesterday, Emile Pascoe v. Henery Buckeride, ...

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Sayings about Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 November 1875

Sayings about Town. On the road from Lenora to Sacramento, the passenger conveyances, in the early days, were drawn by mules; and I heard, when there, that the rate of speed was at such a velocity as to cause a disconnection between the wheels and the road for a space of two minutes! I have not seen that feat performed; but I have tra- velled on roads in Victoria which bore a close approach to Banyan's Slough of Despond, and then growled heartily at being detained seven hours in performing fifty-two miles, but I can now regard with equanimity my post travelling expenses compared with the wretchedly slow system in vogue here. Why should a journey of one hundred miles occupy two days? Were this an unhealthy climate, and the larger portion of passengers invalids, I could imagine that the descendants of "King Cobb," in the cause of   humanity, made slow stages to suit their con- stituents; but, knowing that you are blest in, or by, the total absence of any epidemic, as also...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

SJ2WING MACHINES. IMPORTANT FACTS. HOWE MAOBINES. The celebrated Howo Machine stands un» rivalled by any makers in the world. Why ? be ause all other makers had to pay a royality to Howe for pirating parts of his invention. THE NEW FAMILY MACHINE. has been so Altered and rcrued that it now stabds " par cxcellcnoe" over any other maker. Its sales ei ted any other Machines by bousandB yearly. Last year by 10,u00. Thus proving it beyond doubt to bo the leading machino of the ige; making ft beautiful etitch, and being free of cog wheels and sbaliy links. Howsb family complete, £10. Howe's B, for ailoring and light leather work, £11. Howe's C, the champion boot closing machine, from £13. THE SINGER'S FAMILY. Manufactured by the (Singer's M. F. Q-. Co. Beware of imitations. All genuine moohincs made Jjy Singer have the trade medallion embedded on the arm. Reduced pncc,'complete, OUR WHEELER aud WILSON. The beet spool machine in the colony. CAPTION.-It has come to our knowledge that i palt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

PUBLIC Warning-Intending buyers of Sewing Ifaohines an cautioned against baying inferior but much-puffed article*, whose agents ere compelled to make reckless and unwarranted etatemente in order to fonoe B&les- No sewing machine can compare with the genuine Singer, either in its inlrincie value, or its appreciation by the discriminating public. TheSinger hag diB tahoed every competitor. Having Jut year reached a eale of nearly a quarter of -a million. Tbis popular vote baa elected the Singer-The Beat Maobioe Made. Iu aotual eale ill 1874 were two hundred and forty one thousand etx hun dred and seveDty-nine. Mo rival approaches this etopendoudjtotal. The inly agents lor the genuine Singer are Alfred Shaw and Co, Queen-street, Brisbane, who are selling at Melbourne prices, and giving long credit when required, «o that no family need be without this invaluable help. Be ware ° cf counterfeit*. Note-241,676 Singer HeoMneg were sold in 1B74. RoUtmay'i PilU are admirably adapted fo...

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SYDNEY. November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

1 SYDNEY. November 4. Butb DIM on the North Shore crowed the creek at Neutial Bay, before they could be aiib dued thefiamee got into the outeUrta of the towmhip nod burnt down two faoueei, another home ni tned only by vetting tbc not AD engine and trainaontafDing 100 navvies with their familial, whilst returning from thefeetirities in celebration of the opening ot the eztennou bom Goul bourne to Gunnfago, tan off the Une, no oue vu iiijured. November S. Lieut. Bueieli, of the permanent foroei, ha* been reprimanded and deprired of hie feniority, for striking a brother ofltaer with a bottle at the recent encampment. The export* lait «eeV an valued at £200,000. The Qorornmeat have prohibited the introduc tion of winee from Europe and America. Balea of wool, anip'e apara, and a life buoy hare been found on the ooaet of New Zealand.

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A Touching Story of the French Floods. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

A Touching Story of the French Floods. A YOVNO mother was awakened by the inundation, Ehe bad two children-twins at the breiBt, two adorable little' girls. The water invaded her bouse. It wai night, sad the hour wis foil of terror. The cowardly hoobtnd took mm of him .elf, and mounted the (oof, but the woman only thought of her children. She lied them to her breast with a eoaif, and aa ahe wm about to ewim bom the house, she thought that the bread trough would serve .s a boat. The house tottered as the Bother embarked in her frail boat. She was aoareely out of the house when it went to pieces. The husband disappeared In the rani The little boat floated away, but a truck against a tree and was overturned. The poor woman seised . branoh and climbed into a tree with the strength of a lioness fighting for ber young. But it Is young; It bends; It will not hold three. The mother sees that the end is come, but ber motherhood is not conquered. She ties ber children to the strongest branoh; ...

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Swimming the English Channel [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

Swimming the iBngHafi Channel CAPTAIN WSBB, ?who started on Hi second attempt to swim the English Chaunel '/romDover to Otitis on August 24, at 1 o'olosk in the afternoon, arrived at the latter plaoe nest day at aoon. after being in the'water twenty-two hours and forty-three minutes, nearly three houts longer than the tims.in which he calcul ated to aooomplish the journey. At half put 8 p.m. he was progressing at the rate of twenty stroke* a minute, the aea and weather Ming favourable. He was far* Dished 'with ale and beef tea, and Again at' 8 p.m., with beef tea and beer. After that he rested on his back for awhile. At 9 o'olook he became troubled with eeaweed, and at 11 he took draught of cod liver oil. When the moon rote at 1 in the morning some brandy ahd tea were administered to him, Webb declaring at the same tine that the swim across was a "'safe thing." At 8 a.m., he took aome coffee. At this time the tide turned northward, and Webb ap peared exhausted, flis tialoer stripped...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

Mining News Tec tee( has been cub oat to the foot wall in the Rainbow p c. Company*8 shaft, and is' four'-Teefc thick from wall to 'wall. In many pieces of quarts broken from the reef there ia iree gold visible, Mid the. mundic gives great promise of excellence. Sometime must neeessarily elapse before the machinery for winding and pumping is erected and in working order, yet a* the good luck of f uuiog the reef where it in, both of large dimension and giving over/ promise of yielding gold freely* there its eveiy inducement to warrant the directors in raising atone at once, which doubtless will be done. The bulk of stone crashed, and the riah returns obtained from No. X Rain bow, wilf increase the oelebrity of thiB splendid lode, Aof'moaL certainly the finest in ibe North. I doubt if any reef Id the Australian colonies or New Zetland, excepting this field for months past,gotso much in ^aorta end gold as tweuty*five hundred oi» from eight hundred and forty-three ton*> Zi' flome not...

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Eighteen Hundred Centuries, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

Eighteen Hundred CentorieB> In . recent number of the Ocerlond, a Galifornian geologist reviews. the geological evidence of the antiquity of* humansettlement near the present town of Cherokee in that State, and estimates the age of that most ancient of discoveries to be not less than 180,000 yeue 1 The dates fpr all jneh calculations ere neces sarily unoertein, m they are derived from the preient motions of the continents aiid present rates of erosion; etill fron {he changes that have taken pteoe sinoe the poineere ot pre-bistorio California j ft their traces on the sea shore, there cab » do donbt that thonsande of osnturies tni st have oome and gone. The traces in qn » tlon are numerous stone mortars, found in undisturbed white and yellow gravel of a subaqueous formation) notfloviatile, ond< r lying the vast sheets of volcanio rode if wbiob table mountain is . part. lo o e iSBtance a mortar ma found standi g upright, irith -the pestle in it apparency jnst aa il bad be...

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