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Warden's Office. MILLCHESTER, NOVEMBER 3. BEFORE MR. WARDEN CHARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

Warden's Office. MLI/LCB K8TKB, NOVEUBEA 3, JJKFOHB MB. WAEDBH CHARTERS. Application, made by Arthur Murphy and [ John Deane for exemption from work for thirty j days of the Papuan leaw No. 11. A seoond ai> 1 plication from toe came partiei for registration of the same ground for a period of eir months. The grounds elated in both applications wore; let, A sura of £2200 had been expended in work ing the lease for tho la«t two roars add n half. 2nd. Only 101 tons of quartz liad been ruined, whieh yielded only 80 ozs. of gold of the groat rfllue or £190. 8rd. The ground is not now and never has been payable. 4. The registra tion was Decenary, in order to enable the appli cants to male arrangement* for the better and more profitable working of the Jeue by the erec tion of machinery thereon. Mr. Oart«t appeared for applicant, and Mr. Bowlor for Mr, Watfcu, owner of the Papuan p.o., who otyeotrd to the applications belne granted, on the following grounds i-lit. That the ground, if prop...

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Another Assault in a Railway Carriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

Another Assault in a Railway Carriage. MB. JAMB Moomr, wine and epirit mer cbant. of Dublin, bis bean committed for trial by the Codlook bench for attempting to ,commit i criminal aaaault upon Mrs. Catherine Milton, wife of a private soldier in the Army Service Oorpa. When the cms came on for trial, the prosecutrix and vitsttMf did not appear, and w*rrants for their apprehension were issued, the im pression Mine that they bad been bought off.'' The following ia the statement made by .Un. Milton in thepolloe court: " She left Dublin on Banaay evening, 8th August, by the half-put nine o'clock train, to mend <the night at the house of her brother, who is station-master at Babeny. Her husband aocompanied her to the rail way station; and there was no one in the carriage tohifen she entered, Mr. Mooney waa on the Blatfcirm, and her husband uw him. Her husband left her to the tioket taker, fdr tbe purpose of setting the door of thfe esrtiagt Open, She got Into the parilage, and ...

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

Petition. To the Uokoiuble If. E. KINO, M.L.A. Ministeb ton MIKES, Bmsbavb. TUB humble petition of the underajgJiod residents of Charters Towers 4own and its vicinity, humbly sbeweth, 1. That tlio population of Char ten .Toners Gold-field is between 4000 and 5000, of which . 4~5llis at least are resident in the town of Charters Towers and its vicinity. 2. That the following reefs arc in the immediate vicioity of Charters Towers - Day Pawn,' Talisman. Rainbow, General WyndUpm, M%TV, North Australian, Peabodj, Lord Stanley, Alabama, Contest, Moonstone, Marliu Lyons, , Resolution, Forget-mc-Not, Lord Kelson, Grand Secret, Havelock, Duke of Welling'on, Puttier, Welcome, St. Patrick, Columbian, NorthSter, Guiding Star, United Englishmen, Sunset,' Eastward Ho, and several others now in course of development. The miners on those reefs arc supplied from this town, and transact their ordinary business there t the miners on the following lines of reef ot Queenton and Just* in-Time ; vii., Que...

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

Commercial 4ofi feOoirtag ta§ the «twn«t array* «o1Itctl&«Brlqg th* iwtaifBtb. C.PiS.Septrtaen^CbmtenTawen .? e e. i Fin« e 8 0 feee 1 U 6 licenue (timber) 1 0 0 C.P.S. Oeputment, llillebeeter s Fidm Few Gold Depirtmcnt Miners ESabU Baeiaen Cieoniei... ttnoden Sieort Fern Other Feet Eepotits on Leuee Surrey Depcuite ... Beat od Leuee ... Beqtou Hotneetekds 62 10 0 12 0 fi 10 140 18 2 11 83 0 17 16 H 10 « 10 £28* 19 The revenue (or the tuu mouth ni la 187# tLtgt ttt 7d i 187* £125 It 6d. Thto decneee aroiB from the n\e of the towt iOU, vxd thft diminution in the owrobet at paUlcuu' lleentei awing to the higeer rate- It .b&wi a more eMtled population, And greater JSilty in Msineet generally.

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

H. J. W. BOWKER Slttomeg, Solicitor, proctor, ©on= ftegnncer, &c., OAs be consulted daily at Hiahon'e Hotel, _ M1LLOHESTEE. HO. P U B C E L L. M.D, & SURGEON, (Licensed under the Queensland Medical Board,) Hm BEMOVED from the Club House Hotel -to hie oew residence, nearly opposite the Masonlo Hall, Miner-street, where he can be consulted daily, J. A. Scharffenberg, Dr. med., Phybioian, SDBOEON, ai>» Aocoucheob . Duly qualified at the Medical Board. CHARTERS TOVBB8. [A CARD,] JOHN O'FLYNN, ' MINING AGENT 6BABBBBOKER Ac., {Offioeqf the Rainbow O.M.P.C., Limited.) Near Tiarney'a Mining Exchange Hotel. CHARTERS TO WEBS. T. S. Garter SOLICITOR Tiernej's Mining Exchange Hotel. Charters Towers. Manleod & Co., tiKNBBAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom House atad Forwarding AgehU, TCWN6VILLE, I. ALAND, «OJOTii©iraiEEB a <b@SMGS3«®63 fi®ERnr JIISEE ETREET, Office: Tiernay's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. ^ W. J A S P E R*,] SADDLEB & HARNESS MAKER. O...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

.Telegraphic News. NO&TRE&K MISER OFFICE, [WOK OOS BBUBiHB TELEOEAFHIO AOEKT] BRISBANE. Nowmber 4 The Hoepita] Sunday collections proved a decided failure. Then an bur entrances for the regatta. Cablegram! Mate that President Grant hai ad dreeaed a communication to the Government at Madrid, urging the immediate eettlement of the Cuban claima, he reoommended that the West Indian colonies of S[eln, ahould be declared an independent group. The Spanish and American OoTemmentt are both reported ettongthentug their naviet. Norember 6. The Rechabitee entertained Maciay lait night.

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 6 November 1875

fiATDRDAY, SOTBUBBB 6, 18T6. A PXTlTioit is now in c .urse of signature in the town and vicinity for the removal of . the Court-house, Millchester, with all "its Amotions, jurisdiction, and offioes," to Charters Towers; or to erect a Court house at Chartem Towers with oo-ordinfite powers aud jurisdiction. If the Govern uent will not grant one then they are asksd to grant the other. The people of Chatters Towers would &r prefer seeing Millohester ntsutain its ground and hold | a population that would warrant tto retention of the Court-house; but it belog at least doubtful that the Government would grant two Court-houses with ?iinilar powers, one in each township, it became a matter of neoeasity with the Charters Towers Com nitiee to prevent' loss of tirne^ and to avoid any unnecessary delay to put that to the Government, with the alternative of building anew Court-h iose The petition is dr-wn up altogether on a Charters Towers basis and without any referenoe to Milohester. Th...

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

MELBOURNE. November 4. Berry is gone to Warnambool to stir up the electors to reject McCullock. It it stated that the police are aware of the fact that a number of convicts escaped from New Caledonia, are now in the colony. November 5. Higinbotham has declined to take the leader- ship of the Liberal Party, stating that there are not six members of Parliament who hold distinct political opinions. A sum of £1200 has been forwarded to the Paris Floods Relief Fund. A fearful tragedy has taken place at Mole Creek near Launceston. Chudleigh John Lambert has murdered Isaac Richards; he killed Richards by smashing in his head with an iron bar, and his wife by cutting her throat; he   then committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree. We heard last night that 19 tons from a claim on the Alexandra line, crushed at the One-and- All yielded 326 ozs. In the warden's court yesterday, the case Carroll and others v Kelly and others was ad- journed to Friday next for production of p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

Sit WING MACHINES. IMPORTANT FACTS. howe MACHINES. The celebrated Howe Machine stands un rivalled by any makers in the world. Why P bo ause all other makers had lo pav a rovaiity to Howe-for pirating parte of hie invention. . The NEW FAMILY MACHINE. bas^ten '60 Altered nlid rovised that it now etabd* *, paV excellence" over any other maker. It* sales c\ ted nay other Machines by housaifdB yearly. Xiast year by 10,u00. Thus proving it beyond doubt to be the leading machine of the «ige; making a beautiful stitch, and being free of cog wheels and shaky links. *fioTCBB family complete, £10. Howe's B, for i aHoriij^ and light leather work, £11. Howe's C, the champion boot closing machine, from £13. THE SINGEE'b FAMILY. Manufactured by the dinger*! M. F. G-. Co. Beware of imitations. All genuine machince mado by Singer have the trade modallion embedded on the arm. Reduced price, complete, £9. OUR WHEELER and "WILSON. The beet spool machine in tho colony.. CAUTION.-It has come to our knowl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

WANTKD to Purchase, a Light Draught HOMO, Tip-dray, and Harness j complete or in purto. Apply, Ofllccof tbiB paper. WANTED employment in a Storo, as Coui keeper, or baleBman prcforrod,-John Dm Qitgiirb, BMIcUcaLer. WANTED to buy Bark, or a bark Hut. laquiro at Alabama p.o. RAINBOW Praapoatiug Gold fcliniug Company (limited).-Tenders required for TIMBER, ftuiiublo fur Poppolt lloade, &c, Particulars to be Lad &t the Co.'B office. 1 JOHN O'FLYNN, ' Secretory. OS® SALLOWS' HAIL Two Nights more attlie Towers JS A SUM'S GRAND HIBERNICON and PANORAMA IRELAND. With powerful "Concert and Comedy" COMPANY! TWO NIGHTS ONLY! EB.1DAY NIGHT, VEENER'S (The Irish Comedian) SISillf. Saturday Night fgSI33 Positively the Last! CHANGE of Programme Evert/ Nijht. Front floats 5s., Back scale 2s. 6d. Doorf open 7*30 Commence at 8. Notice. 'nBX undersigned being determined to leave JL fble field, begs to inform tbe publio tliat be has gvon upPraoticc from tbii date. l'atiuuYa being.in d bt ...

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ROCKHAMPTON. November 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

BOCKHAMPTON, The sliip " Kapundn." bound from Lotdon to Towrsvillc, put into Koppel Bay on S:turdnv lost, short of provisions, 105 days out, There mis no meat, flour, sugar, or butler. A'i well. No deatba had occurred. One birth ImK taken place. 105 dsjs out to Moroton Uuy and tlicnco to Kcppcl Bay 14 days. Mary Ballard, charged Willi infauticde, lias been eotuuiiLtcd for trial. Tlirocmcu and two women concerned n n llao burglajy hare been arrested, also a quaility of tlio stolen properly lias bocn recorded. Wcalber fine.

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The Etehridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

The Etehridge. We take the fallowing items from the Etheri&go Courier, Octobor 21st and £8tli Through tho courtesy of J. Parker, Esq.. assnyist, wo aro in n position to publish tho fol lowing careful analysis, showing tlio quantity of etono crashed, and tlio average yield of gold from the quurte raised on the Bthridge gold-delda from (ho let December, 1874, to the I7tl October, 1876. From December 1,1874, to May 81,1876, the amount of etono crushed at the several mills on the field was 5199 tone 10 cwt., which yielded 0431 ozs. 0 dwts. 1 gr., giving an average of 1 or. 16 dwts. C gra to the ton; and from June 1 to October 17, the quality of stone crushed was 4198 tons, which yielded 8033 ozs. 12 dwts. 12 gta ehovviag average of los. 18 dwts, 0 and tt'half grs. to tlic ton. At no timo during the period above m<mlioned were there moro than 200 working miners Jon the field. Had tbo Etheridgc gold-fiold beoi situ ated somewhere nearer the soabonrd, wo Ibould long ere ...

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Sayings about Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

Sayings about Town As ihe school (buds are at a low ebb, would It sot bo practicable and profitable to cnll to our aid tbe assistance of that intelligent little insect -tbo *'Spelling BeeP" It lias proved a sue cose in the Southecu citics, and would, doubtles?, ebow equal results here by assisting on instit u tion which bo well doBorvcs the support of the public-and, perhaps niso tench souic of us a writile In o**tbograpby ; o «ucb an extent Una the columns of the Press' been token up on the subjuct of (Jood Sfemplarism that itroally threatens to boeouion .nuisance. Ibc singiug and praying mid in America proved an utter abortion, and in one of -thofioutbern colonies, it became quite ati jfait to ^nqnire of on applicant for employment 41 Are you one of tbo S.O.T's. P" (Son's of {femgfcfAftoo.) I fnil to sou why one should be | compelled to CIIOOEO limc-jaico in prrfcrencc li 33ritub(boor^-^ven though the latter v>a&'alU wovpt 1 ' . Tight lacing, oblgnons, and other ridicul...

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The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

The Machines. TONUS' Claim. Oz. dwfc, gr Alexandra p.c 284 6 Papuan No. 2 12 0 Watt's etono 4 14 Luck p.c... ... ... 10 4 Imperial No 2 cleaning up, Queen No. 4 going through, Wellington No. 3 vest ditto. OKE-AND'AH. Alexandra No. 4 * 245 0 0 70-Milo stone 88 0 o Hit-or*&li88 45 0 Queen No. 8 (eur.) ... 8 10 B&iubow No. 2 going through. HAB* LOUISA. Oon. Wyndliam No, 1N. 620 0 Moonstone p.c. going through, DBFIAKCE. St. Patrick b 975 0 NEVER DESPAIR* Queen No. 6 going through. SNTBBPftlfiR. fit. Patrick No. 1 going through.

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Millchester Police Court. NOVEMBER 9. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M., and P. HISHON, Esq., J.P., [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

Millchester Police Court. NorElTEEE 9. Boforc C. 8. DICEEN, EBQ., r.M., and P. IIIBBOK Esq., J.P., 1 John Walsh and John Lorn alias Purt, were ' were charged with highway rjbbeiy will violence. Mr. Carter for prisoners. 6irgcanfc Maimers deposed: A. man named Austin Gubbins reported to him yostcrdfty thai he hod been robbed on ftunday morning ol £14105. and assaulted-two £5 notes, four£l notes, and a half-sorercign, together with n purse, as per warrant; from something further he told him went in ecarcli or the two prisoners accom panied by Constable Waldron ; did not And Diem at their usual place of residence where ho was told they stayed j was shvwn a room which prisoner Walsh, he was told occupied j he was not present, but told hun afterwards it was his room; there was a swag rolled up in it Contain* ibg clothing, tea aud engar, ana other tilings ; opeuod the swag and searched itj then went ia quest of prisonous and found them a little south' cast of the chapel at the Just»in*Tim...

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The War and Condition of Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

The War and Condition of Spain. General Delatre haB hBd an eneounter with Dorregaray'a advance guard sear Aragon, and forced that wily ohief to retreat to the Tramp mountains, wnere ho seemed to be hemmed in, for General Jovellar is statioffed at Baloguor, and will prevent him fcom escaping in the] di rection of Lerida. The Carlists UftVa made desperate efforts to relieve Sob de Urgel, but without success; and after Borne desperate fighting on both sidesthe fortress capitulated to Martinez Oambos, an Alfonsiat General. The garrison were made prisoners of war, and taken with the Bishop of Urgel. to Payocrda. V^lth this surrender the last stronghold of Carlistn in Catalonia has passed into, the hands of the Alfonsists, Tho unhappy condition to which the war is bringing the country is illustrated by an occasional correspondent of tho Times, who ays that the everlasting draining away of the bone and mneolo of families is now giving rise to curses, not loud bnt deop. One goes to the stat...

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Hospital Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

Hospital Election. The poll for tlie election of twenty Committee -men fortbo Hospital woe takou in Millcliestor, Mr. St. Clair acting as deputy for Mr. Charters, returning offioer, with Mr. Long and Mr. O'Kane, sorutiiuiers, and in Charters Towers by Mr. Jiissner, vioe-president, with Mr. Jatuiaaa and Mr. Ackers. Mr. St. Olait stated Jio bad re ceived instructions from Mr. Charters to diieot each voter to elect not more than twenty nor fewer (ban that number, and this direction bo carried out, though both Scrutiaoera dissented, And agreed with Mr. Macrossan, wbo, when ToUng, eontonded ho could vote for twenty or Bay lesB number. The following is the state of the poll, aa given by Mr. St. Olair on Monday Morning. We may remark tbat i/t. Charters left on S&tartday, without making any provision whatever for the proper conducting of tho elec tion, and the scrutineers bad to fotch their own lamps and everything rise tlicy wanted:-Carter, 22,- Long, 21; Binder, 21; Graham, 20; Mu...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBEH 10, 187D. THE legislature lias devised ninny expedi-, cuts for securing the purity of elections of every kind ; anil it is the duty of every good citizen to contribute to their enforce ment. It miiy scein a small tiling to dis regard tlie safeguards provided by law for conducting 1111 election for an hospiUd committee;- but if even small laches m e allowed to pass unchallenged, the fyil will grow and spread until nil will be corrupt and demoralised. It is tc ')e regretted that the late hospital election iii exposed to the charge-if not *o a direct suspicion of eomiption in sonic quarter,-of oilier defccts and irregularities which rentier it, in our opinion, invalid and of 110 force, and make a fresh election imperative. Had llie -Resident ol the institution thouglit fit to sacrifice his own cose and convenience for the public good, for a few liours, as lie protested liis readiness to do at the late public meeting, when elected president, the whole informality mig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER Sttortteg, Solicitor, proctor, ©on» begancer, Ow be consulted duly at HisWa Hotel, MlLLOHESTEE. HO. P TT B O E L ti. M.D, & SURGEON, (Licensed under the Queen si and Medio&l Board,) Baa BEHOVED from the Club House Hotel to fail new residence, nearly opposite the Hasonio Hal), Micer-itreet, where be can be consulted duly, 3. A- Scharifenberg, Dr/med,, Fbtbioum, Sdbobon, Ah0 A.CCOUCHEOK Duly qualified at the Medical Board. OHABTEBB TOWBE8. [A OiBD,] JOHN O'FLYNN, MHnH& AGENT SHABEBBOKEB to., (Office of the Batnbom O.M.P.C., Limited.) Near Tiertiej's Milling Exchange Hotel. CHABTEB8 TO WEES. T. S- Garter. SOLICITOR Tierney's Mining Exchange Hotel. Obarters Towers. Manleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom House &bd Forwarding Agents, TOWNEVILLE. I. ALAND, MBbVJsmiEER ft ewEsieBiim &«EtaT . . )jpfyTt bteeet, Offise: Ttorney'a Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. ^ W. JASPER, SADDLER A HARNESS MAKER. CBABTEBS TOWEBS. Fr...

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[FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] COOKTOWN. (Via Brisbane) November 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

[FflOM OUR BKISDAND TELEGI1APITIC AGENT] COOKTOWiT, (VifL HrisbaUo) November 8. A packcr named Dan Collins was e^wyircd within sight of Ulir's camp, ond diod in conse quence. Tbcro were uino spoare entered liia body. A carrier named Reynolds liad bis bullock" nnd horses speared at tlie Normauby. Sub-InBpeclor Devino, in dispersing n blacks' camp, found spurs, brialo, human bones, lioop iron beaten into kuivos and swords, n jvagon liucli pin, and a rudo axe. ^1111]crollE new reefs liavo been discovered. The Chinese are very successful on the alluvial, The blank! ape proving very annoying. Gold it coming in plentifully. A new rush is reported. The Chinese uro lergoly employed on t'jc road, Europeans being unattainable. H&tions plentiful and cheap. Walter Gcott Cutnming has been kiticd by a fall from his horse. A movement is going on for a municipality,

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