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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, TOWNSTILLE, (From our Correspondent) November 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

Telegraphic News. NOMTJIERN JYCJJF/SN OFFICE, TOWNSTILLH, (From our CORRESPONDENT) KORCMBOR 8. THE "Victoria," e.e.; "Blackbird," B.e" and " Fiorcnco Irving," BJ., bavo e'ailod tor the North. i Parker, brother of a squatter ib Clermont, lias been dangerously wounded by the accidental diechargo of a gun on the road to tlie Towers. Ncsbitt is busy surveying the jetty. Hospital pile is not changed. "Fifty men aro to be putm iwmcdiuloJy to effoct repairs in the present building. *

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE. November 8 THE HOTHAM HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

BRISBANE. November 8 THE HOTHAM HANDICAP. Kinckachivee .. 1 Southern Cross 2 MARYBYRNONG PLATE. Newminster 1 Aldonga ... 2   Sovereign 3 DERBY. Sylvia (colt) ... 1 Richmond ... ... 2   Sourgrapes (colt) 3 Maid of all work ... 4 Painter ... ... ... 0 Lucy 0 One hundred and twenty-seven thousand (127,000) acres have been resumed and declared open for selection, chiefly on the Darling Downs. Pring has been appointed Distric Court Judge. The ship "Cornish" loading for London, had     a narrow escape from fire; some scoured wool   was found much heated, and the ship was obliged to be discharged. Daintree states he is receiving numerous ap- plications from America for assisted passages to Queensland. The colony has been granted alto- gether 6850 feet of space in the Philadelphia Exhibition. Morehead and Power have sold the Maranoa Station, situated on the Thompson and Muir Rivers, together with 23,000 shorn sheep, 1000 cattl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 November 1875

MARRIAGE. GADD—FINAMORE.—On 5th inst., at St. Phiilip's Church, Millchester, by the Rev C P Thomas, Henry George Robert Gadd to Catherine Finamore, both from Charters Towers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

SrK*WTNO machines. .: IMPORTANT FACTS. HOWE MACHINES. The celebrated Howo Machine stands nn malted by any mhfccre in Uie world. Why P be ause all other makers had to pa\ a roy&lity to $£we for pirating parte ol' bis invention. . , The New FAHILY MACHINE. : ?^Q8 BO Altered and revised ibut it now atahds 41 par eiMlcucc" over any other maker. . Ife sales cv red any oilier MucUiues by J lmaande yearly. - . ^ Last yocr by 1(Vj00. Vow proving it beyond Uouht to be the lending ! T&w»hine ofthe igc j making a beautiful stitch,1 and being freeol cog wheelp and shaky links. " HOWES family complete, £10. Howe's B, for atloring and light leather work, f. 11. Hovvc't! C, the cb&tnpion hoot closing mnchine, from £1*3. T5he -SINGER'S FAMILY. Manufactured bj; the Ginger's M. V. G. Co. 11 Beware of imitations. All genuino muclrinrs mode by Singer have the tiudo medallion embedded ou the unit. Beduccd price, complete, OUR Wheeler and Wilson . The best epoo) maohino in the col...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warden's Co[?] (Before Mr. WARDEN [?]OMAS DA[?]LEY and FRAKK AL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

Warden's Co] (Before Mr. WARDEN C DABLEY aud FBAKK AL A. Murphy v. tongden, wjth. drawn. F. McGuire v. Kelly, peared for plaintiff 6tate^^^^^^HamaU£l were served by bis case was Phillip Carrol ana Miohae^^HflMy, Long and oluers. Mr. Bofflcer with Mr Cowan, appeared for plaintiffs; and Mr. Oarter for defendants. This case lias been repeatedly adjourned wait« ing for a surrey. The plaintiff!) complained that on the 23rd of July, defendants, the owners of the Oontesb p.o, encroached on their claim No. 1 S., adjoining the Contest p.o. and had removed about a too of quartz; plaintiffs prayed that defendants shoul£ be restrained from Buch encroachment and to be removed, also to pay such sum in respect of en croachment and quartz as the court might award, and suoh other redrew as it thought fit to give Defendants {"leaded 1st. uot guilty, and 2ud. not indebted as alleged. W. M. Mowbray, Mining BegUtrar, deposed: Produces registration of tlie claim No. 1 south of p o. Contest, the original ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. REGISTRATION OF LEASES, [?] BREATHING TIME. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

Correspondence. REGIS!RATION OF LEASES, oa BREATHING TIME. To THit Kditoe. Silt,-The Warden-may Ilia shadow never grow Icjj-wuon ho, like another JupSRcrnauth, nut« Mr " beetle cru«her» " upon all unfortunate, there it no remedy but calmly to cat dirt and apply pen and ink to the part* aflfeeted. 1 propose telling you all about it, in the hope of inducing ,our aid by doing the champion, and quietly offering him the traditional toil of your coat (as mine is without one) to tioad upou. Now, touching the tcxlol this communication, I only found out tho other day that an applica tion for Registered Eremptioti of lurgc leases o- ' auriferous country is officially countcuauccd, and ! understood to be merely a requisition for " Breathing Time "-diggers, generally having a natural weakness for energy of expression, term it " Scritnpshaoking." If you have any desire to get a wriukle in the matter^ allow me to suggest a passing consideration of a cose which was dis posed of in the Warden's off...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Roohford. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

Boohford [FBOH A OOOBBBSPOli DEHT,J Xfii A4zocatc in 1(4 last issue ?? wants to know Toil know" who our postmaster is F It is only lately the editor of (hat paper assisted fit the opening of our Good remplaf's liodgej if he could have spued a little more of his tame, and visited the local post office, be would have found* that Mr. Hayles occupies the position df post master, and was_ ao old acquaintance tuna Bavenswood, he would hate also found that the delivery department is moat successfully oon duoted V that t"he public sre'notooofihed to any particular hoar* for the delivery of their letters; as oven in Mr. Hayles' absence, his partner invariably girt poet office -work preference oifcr any other. It is only just, to aay complaints re-, few, and ftr between, and I dont fancy that tfia ten lies in the Advocate, devoted to Mr. Jones* complaint, that he has net received the lest copy of that paper, will have the efleot of frightening Mr. Hayles into resigning hit position, even thou...

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Russia in the East [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

Russia in the East A Calcutta ooutemporory publishes the following important information regard ing Central Asian affairs :-"Tbe popular belief that the position of Russia south of the C&epiau it one of tlioso in which of fences must necessarily come, is, unless our information iery muob deceives us, receiving ample confirmation from events. Intelligence not long sinco reached ber Majesty's Minister at Teliernn to the effect that tbe Russian authorities were about to advance tbeir posts from Azhurade and Gez to Khoja Nafas some distance to the suuth of the Gurgan river and Mulla Khan, not far from Astrabad. Such an advance would be a violation of tbo ondi rs'anding by which Great Briiaij, Russia, and Persia have agreed to accept the lower course of tbe Attrek as tbe bonndary between Russia and Persian territory; and the Government of India regards it in so serious n light an to have made it the subject of an urgent repre sentation to tbo Secretary of State, Hut other and pos...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Palmer News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

Palmer News. WE take the following items from the* Cooktowu Herald'.-k teamster fron the Palmer, named John Lyall, came into town yesterday afternoon, ana reported that a young mail named Henry Powles died at one of (heir camping places on Wilson'# track on the dray mad, from the Palmer, at die head of the Laura, on Sunday the 24th Oct., uit. The deceased was in company with Lyall'e teams, and had been suffering very much from rheumatism, and died from weakness and protracted suffering. Lyall buried hfm there, and brought his pocket book Into to wo. It contains a cheque drawn by W. E. Arnit, £4 6»10d. and a miners right; both in favour of deceased. In t he po-kct book tho poor fellow had written as"follows :-"This book bslcngs to H, Ponies, if anything should - happen to me, send word to George P. Nenfrey, Ennoggra, near Brisbane, Queensland, and oblige." The deceased had been ill Tor eii months, and was getting weaker every day. He joined Lyail'# teams at Junction Crrek, and wai pe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

THE WONDEUFUL WOMAN t SCHOOL of ARTS, MILLCHESTEB. MADAME SIBLYl The Host iminent <f* Popular Living. Phrenologist, HeBmorist & Electro-Biologist, WILL This Saturday Evening; Commence her 6 ELEBRATEB PHRENOLOGICAL, MESMEBIC, tst> ELECTRO-BIOLOGICAL liNTEBTAINMEA'TS, As' above, O* This series of Entertainments will embrace Short, Amusing, &ud Instrwrtivc Lecture* ~ on the following branches of Phrenology Parental Love, Or tho Management and Education of Children; Conjugality, Or tho Choice of a Partner for Life ? Inhabitativeness, Or Olioue of a Parliamentary Kepioeentetiw Friendship, Or Choice of Social Campaufcias ; The Manipulation and Phrenological Examination of the Heads -of Local Celebrities £ To Conclude rah Evening niibU MESMEKIC AKD ELECTRO-BIOLOGY I WHEN the Most Astounding and Exciting Manifestations will be Exhibited, Invariably eliciting from crowded houses oontin uous roars of Laughter dad rapturous Applause. Boors Open at 7'SO Commence at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Messrs Moody and Sankey. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

Messrs Moodyaad Sankey. The New York pipers contain long accounts of tbe raca/tion of Messrs Moody atld SwVey on tb&r arrival in New York on 14th Augur«. The Tribune says; "The mpi ofthe arrival of the steamer Spain in 'he lower bay was telegraphed at half-p&st titan., and those who made prepu'atiort to recoive the great revi vawts itt ones started to meet them. As tbe barge 'carrying the welcoming party approaebed the steamer, greetings were ex. changed between the evangelists And their friends. As soon as the deck was reaohed and hand-sinkings were over.'Praiee God {jam . whom all blessings flow' was sung, Mr. Saukey lending. The Bev. Mr Needhaw. then offered a prayer, giving thauka to God for the safe return of tbe evangelists after their great and snccesfnl work abroad. The party was landed by a Government boat wbioh bad been ^engaged for the purpose. Mr Moody proceeded at once to the Grand Union hotel, whero he took dinner, and then, to the disappoint men of man...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

I TO THE EI>ITO&. SIB,-Through false delicacy, or some such other feeling, it has become almost a proverbial custom for people to rush madly to the opposite paper, when displeased with any subject contained in a newspaper, to make their complaints* It may fieem natural, but, in my opinion, I tbiok it far more correct to do 60 to the source itself from which the supposed evil emanates. Another reason is, that their complaint would not be countenanced if mode direct to headquarters. It U a mistaken idea, for an boncBt journal is im partial in this particular-at least it ought to ba^and, on that plea, I have not the slightest hesitation in writing to the Northern Miner, well-kuowing the Editor's care-for-nought style and impartiality in publishing matters that may 6eem antagonistic to his journal eo independently and fearlessly. This fact U well known and admired among the diggers, and, as one of them, I beg to have a few words upon his mining reportB. I do not for a moment ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1875. Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

8AT0BDAY, KOVEHBEB 13, 1876. Telegraphic News. XOETJISRN MINER OFFICE, IFBOX OUR BRIBBIVB TELEOEAPHIO AO EOT] BEISBANK, Noreuiber 12. .JuSTTCb Cooelk has given one hundred guineas for founding an annual priie Tor Grammar School Mathematics. There iui been a moat successful volunteer gathering at Toowoombaj it terminated laet eight, Cablegrams state that the 41 Serapo" arrived at Bombay with the Prince of Wales on Monday. The 41 Anna" salutes the squadron and shore batteries. The Prince was brilliantly | received by the Governor and the highest offl*1 cialsin the Presidency. Upwards of seventy] Prinoe*Gbiefs present. A grand procession wag formed to Government House, where an address was presented by the corporation and other pub* lie bodies t the Prince was received most loyally, tibere being intense excitement throughout the jwhole route of the proce&sion-immense crowds «of aft castes having gathered on the occasion, SPhe decorations were splendid ; a general illu. osinatio...

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

H. J. W, BOWKER Sttonteg, Solicitor, proctor, ffioiv fcegancec, &c.v (Ian be consulted daily at Hwlion'a Hotel, UiliLCUifSl'fiii. H O . P U E C E L L:. - M.D, & SUKGliON, ..fticensod under the Queensland Medical' ... ?. Board,) Has BEMOVKD from tlw Club Honee Hotel to hia new residence, neurlr oppoailethe Masonic Hall, UinSr-itrBet, where lie can be coniuUtcl dailjr, ' . ."i -. J. ^.. pdlferffenberg, Br.^ed,, PHTOioiA^'SOitjoEbN, itotfJx^cnirtJB Duly qualiflaf^t the Medical Board. COABTEBBTOffEEB. (A Oi.W>,] JOHN O'FLyNN, MINING AWENT 6HAEEBBOKEfl Ac., (Ogireo/tktBaUAm G.3I.P.C., Limited.) Kear I'ierney's Mining Eacliange Hotel. CH.VRTER8 TOWEB8. T. S- Garter. « BO,t,JOITOE Tieraey'a Uining Exchange Hotel Cb»rter« Towers. Manleod & Co., 0)GNEltAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom HOUM abd Forwarding Agebts, tfdWKSriLLB. I. ALAND, *wdw'erakea»*©»iHiiHa8«®M aeiraT Mnfn BTBtET, Office t Heme's Mining Eichange Hotel, OHAftTEKS TOW BUS. ? W, JASPER, Lift paniyfltR &...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining News [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

Mining News ' As one ftflcr another of the various shaft* sunk to catch the underlie of the principal reefs in our district attain their gaol, a fresh impetus seems to be imparted to the process of sinking iu the remsing one*, end not only that but the good results which have rewarded the enterprise of the pioneers of sinking into the deep ground have secured the confidence of the mining community at large, and inspirited the members that fur that they have, as in Messrs. Coopor and Rtubley's big lease overlapping the block claim, taken ground for gold mining purposes outside the boundary block claims. This week there is every probability of the Alabama lease shaft, which is tiow eome 190 feet from the surface, bottoming, as the formation is entirely different to that *unk through for the lowest 80 feet, and containing some thin leaders of quarts, besides other indications of the true reef being closo at ] hand- Consequent to these promising signs, b ; large lease has been t aken up...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

BYDNKY Noreuiber 12. Ssnnett, dT the tPicloria Theatre, prevented ifee Eoyal llumaae Soaictics avitb a cbague for 800 guineas. The Califoraian mail has arrirod. The warden's covurt was occupied yesterday up to fire o'clock. The cases were of a very unin teresting character. We publish them in cxte**o. On Tuesday last, Oth instant, a man of the name of Boberls met with an accident, at the Queen No. 4, by a (all of ground, which came down upon lu'a back, while he was fcneeiing. The lowest part of his back is badly bruised ; 00 is the right shoulder. Two ribs, fortunately the lo<rir ones, in the left eidoaro broken. Hie man is not: out of danger yet, as signs of inter nal inflammation have made their appearance. Madame Sibly, phrenologist, mesmerist! and «)octro-biologist, makes her first appearance at Kfee School jrf.AtU, Millchestor, this eveuing. JTbe Oddfellow's Ifcll being engaged by the Qliberiileen ^Voupe, compelled Madame Sibly to ,iopen at MUlohetfcer. xlic Press no...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Californian Mail News. NEGRO SLAUGHTER IN MISSIRSIPPI.—FIVE HUNDRED KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 13 November 1875

Californian Mail News. NEGRO SLAUGHTER IN MISSISSIPPI.—FIVE HUNDRED KILLED.   THE following are some additional facts concerning the riot which occurred at Clinton, Mississippi. A large majority of the blacks were unarmed, having been cautioned against carrying weapons to the meeting. The difficulty was wholly un- sought by them, and they fought only in self-defence. By 6 o'clock there was not a colored man on the grounds. At the same time, a Vicksburg train brought armed men from Edwards and Bolton. Saturday night, 500 armed whitemen oc- cupied Clinton, and there was quiet. On Sunday morning, at daybreak, the Vicks- burgers, 2000 of whom were here, com- menced slaughtering the negroes. All the colored men they could find were killed in cold blood. Armed bands were organised,   scouring the county, and the work of slaughter went on. It is estimated that 500 men were thus killed in the county on Sunday, while others had fled to woods and swamps for protectio...

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THE HAVENSWOOD SCANDAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

THE HAVENS WOOD SOAK DAL. TO THE EDITOB. Sra,-I am sending you a copy of the Ravetuttoooi Times, simply to show you Honr faror ie shown iiere to a certain claee. It appears that Mr. stayed At a certain hotel, hore, on Bavenswood, and, tliQt on a certain night lost i week, be oitenipted to commita criminal asjuulfc on a girl rcsidiug atlhe earne place. Tiio father I went up to the police station and asked for a warrant, (lie being rofiuud) he aeked for a summons, and was told to wait for a few days until the accused party came bark. However, .the matter got husued up by our worthy priest, through huBb money. Now, T would like to know, where is a per&ou to get redress ^ howerer, you will know enough by public |>*[>ew shortly, although it is bushed up for tbo proscut.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

Correspondence' TO THE EDITOR, SIB,-Believing you to be & strict upholder of truth and justicc, 1 would la; the following ease before you, nod ask you respectfully 1o answer (he following questions : On lust Monday night a Go vein well I Official, who is a visitor here, broke into a room where (wo young- females were sleeping. He awoku ono of them, she at once gave (lis alarm, and he was ejected by the* landlord of the hotel. The girl's father laid an information before the P.M* hero, and applied , for a warrant to have the offender arrested for ? the offence. The 1\M. put him ofTsayiughe had no time at prieent to give a warrant and ultimately refused to do 60. I am told the father took out & summons, and the hearing of the ctf&c was put off till nest Tuesday, bo 16 to giro time to bare the matter setlted. In the meantime, the offender made trucks »nd had rearhed the Burdckin oi. the tiowen road, where he was stopped by a telegram from some of his firiends, a...

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Sayings About Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

Sayings About Town. THE striking of tho reef in the Bainboro p.c. has died an additional lustre on our future prospects; it is now but a question of time end mechanical appliances to rant tin's tJte Metropolitan field of this colony. The prices which scrip realised at the sale are the best test as to the general con* fidence in the venture, end* doubtless, Mr. Craven, (be fortunate purchaser, will find tnat in semiring 60 Bainbovrs be bos not grasped at shadows, but secured goldeu substance, A* Madaae bibly will cxpouud upon plireno logical science during tho week, those who are in ignorance of their evil propensities woul'l do well to eubmit tbi'ir omniums to the manipula tion of tbat 11 Wonderful Woman." Would it not be wise to call her cervices imo requisition aa to the fitness of the Hospital Committee ? The case of a'man who has been a regular sub scriber to the Hospital, and was last week re* fused assistance or advice from the Medico, is deserving of more than a passing notic...

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