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Millchester Police Court. NOVEMBER 16. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

Millchester Polioe Court. NOTBUBKB 16. Before C. 8. DIOEEN. ERA. PM John Walsh and John Lgmane atiat Pert, on lemand, charged with stealing with violence. Mr. Carter appeared for prisoners. John Kennedy, miner, deposed; Wust Tier* ney's hotel all night to Sunday morning, ffchr knows both prisoners | was in the street between five and sis o'clock; saw a scufflj in the street; WcPsh was one of the parties; there were two 6cufling at first; eaw the two prisoners strike the other man? did not know who prisoner Welsh was fighting with when he first saw htm ; saw Walsh strike a tnan he did not know j then saw Walsh being held l>y the other nan j the prisoner Purt was then about twenty yards away towards the butchers in the street; saw prisoner Turt turn back to were the two men were scuf fling, and strike tbo man witness did not know j the man staggered and hurried away, end walked up the street towards Gard'sj the prisoners then left together; knows Austin Gibbons; did not know him th...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Boy Speculator. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

A Boy Speculator. Tee New Fork papers received contains an account of the extraordinary carreer of Clmles Kucbel, Ibo California!) " bo; jpueulator," a boy of nineteen. Kutcliel who was without capital or available means of liia own, operated in tlie stock market on a aotie soarce!y inferior to that of the " King of Gomstock," or (he ohief mag nates of California street. This adven turous and enterprising youth, a mere broker's olark, with no capital except his native audacity and craft, actually rivals in magnitude of his stock transactions the veteran millionaires who are popularly supposed to cuntrol the markelB, make corners, and send stock up or down ac cording to their pleasure. Qie operations thus for ascertained during the first two weeks of latt Jouuary, amounted (o 150,000 dot.! while during the months of May aud June they figured up to the increditahlc sum of 650,1)00 dtil. His transactions from the beginning of the year to the 2lst July, amounted to over 1,100,000 dots. ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Deep Sinking. (From the Ravenswood Times) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

r Deep Sinking. (From the BatentKooA Timet) THE presence of the boa. member for the Kennedy on the Geld was taken advantage of to secure Li good offices in helping to obtain the much needed reward for deep sinking. A meeting waB held by agree ment at tbe Sohool of Arte, at 6 o'clock on Tuesday, which he kindly consented to Attend. Mr. Thor. Jackson was called to the chair, aud briefly explained the object of tbo meeting; the necessity that some.' thing ebonld be done for the further devefopement of the reefa which most otherwise, for mat of capital, Jie for s length of time idle. As the meeting Was especially called to obtain the co-operation of Mr. Maoroeean in urging the granting of a reward bv Government he would ask Mr. Macrossan to Bpeak. Mr. Macrossan said that the chairman had placed tbe subject clearly before the meeting, and he felt every sympathy with it. Most of them knew that he wea an old Kavenpwood miner, nod although be did not -now retain any mining interests there h...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. November 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

[FfiOU OOB DttI6BANr. TELEOBAHIIG AGENT] BBI8BANB. Ndremfeer IK. Hemmant goes to Sydney overland i Griffiths leaves for Melbourne shortly. Parliament iE prorogued (o the 4lh Jaouary. A salvage suit for the recovery of the gold in the « Gotbeaburgh" commenced on Wednesday, Cablegrams state that the English and foreign ?re6s attach groat importauco lo Disraeli's spcoch. Tbo Princo of Wales received with Masonic honors. - lie laid the foundation stono of ft (ravins dock in Bombay. Griffiths goes lo Melbourne in December. Mrs. O'Connor, tho lady principal of the Grammar School, has resigned. A public meeting for the formation of anew fitcam company is convened for Thuradoy. November 10. The Chamber of Commerce is agitating for *n increase in the Customs' hours of attcuda&cc 6traiJar to those enforced, in Sydney. Governor distributes to-night the prizes won at the tato Exhibition iu Sydney. The ttxeoutive have commuted tho seutonce p&sBcd on William Burgess convicted of m...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. November 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

SYDNEY. Tlie " Lord Aihlcy/'steBmcr, on Jicr I ait pas. sago facoce to Noumea, net villi hoary gales i her fires were extinguished and fifteen lionet lost. The " Vasco de Game," the pioneer steamer of Iho new Faoiflc service, bos airived ; slio returns Lo Sftn Frfiucison on Monday next. j | The propoial lo play o ericltet match with the _ Brisbane team bu been favorably rocira1.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBORNE. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

MELBOBNE. The Rotyol ParV Stakes won by Sour Grapes, coll, end Eingeborough j (be OakB bj Moid-of Work and Loijittoity

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

s J! W I S G HACHI N IS S . IMPORTANT FACTS. HOW 1! M achines. Xho culcbmU'd JIuwo Machine stands un. rivtilk'd by any mutecs UJ the woi'ld. Why P be* OU90 nil other makers liftil to pflv a totality to Howe fur pirating purl* of hid invention. THE Rew FAMILY Macuixe.^ has been eo Altered and revised thul it bow eUtids .' pur cxceJleiW over any other waller. Its soles 01 red any other BIucLiuCn fcouaands yearly. . Lost year by 10,o00. ttbue proving it beyond doubt to bo the lending vn&chiue of the nge; milking a beautiful alitch> ©nd being free 01 cog wheel* and shaky links. Ho«"Cfl femily complete, £10. Howe's B, for ailoring and light leather work, £11. Howo'a C» the champion boot closing machine, from £13. THE Sikgeu's FAMILY. ! Jtlaaufflctured by the dinger's M- IT. G". Co. 1 Beware of imitations. All genuine macldnca made by Singer have tbe trade medallion embedded on the arm. Ecduced pricc, complete, £9. OUR Wheeled and Wilson. The beet 6pool-mttclnne in the colony. ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. November 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

I MELBOURNE. November 16. Dr. Cairns McDonald cfcoBen to represent the Presbyterian Assembly at tho General Council in Edinburgh nest year.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warden's Court. November 16TH, 1875. BEFORE MR. WARDEN CHARTERS. Mowman v. Mills, pulling out pegs, part heard. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

Warden's Court. ; ' Noveubee 16tb, 1876. ' Bs»BE Ub. Waadeit Ohabtehs. ' Mowman v. Mills, pulling out pega, part beard. I . Cyrus Harding, mining surveyor, called by (be . Warden, deposed : Had surveyed No. 1 K.W« f General Wyudliaw on tbe north-east boundary l i has a plan of it, and produces it* tbe plan i« i signed by bim (put in) j after taking tbe boun daries of Ko. 1 N.W. waB shown a piece of ground by Uossman, where be had put in three pegs; tnat piece of ground is not Within tbe pegs of No. 1 N.W. General Wyndham ; tbat is tbe ground marked green on the plan; took tbe eurroy from the registered description. Tbe defendant asked the case t(j be postponed until bis lawyer arrived j there was frah evi dence being taken. Tbe Warden said be called tbe witness in order to satisfy himself to whom the ground be* longed s Uo'ssinan swore it was his, and Mills contradicted him. Tbe defendant wished to cross-examine the witness, which after first refusing, the Warden ultimately allowed....

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

WANTED a good General Servant. Applj lo Mr*. Habtluy, near Dean'® macbiue. WANTED a UriokUvor. Apply at once to Hunnino ftud Co. Night Watchman.-Town of Charters Towers. i VI'LICATION for the above Office will be A. "oceived, addressed to the undcrBigncd, al K.Cuui!."« Heading ltouu), up to C p.u:. Saturday, lOtTi instant. . R. T. JAMISON, Hon. 8ec., C.T-C WONDERFULWOMAN! GRAND Opening Night! ODDFELLOWS' HALL. CHARTERS TOWEES. MADAMY SIBLY, The Molt fanintnt Popular Lining Phrenologist, Mesmerist & Electro-Biologist, WILL TO-mobeow, THURSDAY EVENING, Commence lier C EL E B R A TED PHBEKOLOGICA L, MESMEBIC AND ELECTRO-BIOLOGICAL ENTEliT AIN MEI\ TS, As above. tSSt This 66rics of Entertainments will embrace Short, Amusing, and Instructive Lectures on the following branches of Phrenology: Parental Love, Or tho Management aud Education of Children j Conjugality, Or the Choice of a Partner for Life i XnhabitativeneBB, Or Choice of & Parliamentary Representative; Friendshi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[The following telegram arrived too late for last issue, though dated 12th instant.] BRISBANE. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

[The following tclogram arrived too lute for last ie6U0, though dated 12th instant.] BRISBANE. Angus Mackoy leaves for America to*morrowj he takcB 20 rosei, containing produce of the colony, as a present to tbe public institutions of Son Fruncisco. Cablegrams have anticipated the chief items of the now6 brought by the Suez mail.

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The Machines. ENTERPRISE [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

The Machines. CNTBBPfilfiK TODS. Claim. OK. dwt, gr. St. Patrick i&f. 2 going through. HBYBft PEfiPMR. 600 Queen No. 6 ... 1046 0 0 h ii 4 going through. KkWt LOUISA. Uoonitone p.c. going through. SBPJANCE. Ht- Patrick No. 1 going through. YBNtre 118 loiporial No. 2 7B 18 0 15 Do. I 6 8 0 42 Wellington No. 8 W 80 15 0 11 Union Jftok, defining up. Quean No. 4 8. 1 i>o. No. 8 8. j going tbrrujb Rote of England p.o. ) OKB-AHD'ALt. Balnbow No. 2 going through for tie l&st fortnight*

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SYDNEY. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

6YDNEY. Trove has been convicted on two charges of forging and uttering, and has been remanded for esutcncc.

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Government Savings Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

Government Savings Bank. | Pcturn of operations for the montliof October 1876. 1 New accounts opened ... 545 Accounts closed ... ... 347 Increase io number of ac counts ... igg Number of Deposits ...2780 Number of Withdrawals.. U52 {Total sum deposited ... Total sum Withdrawn Amount to the crcdit of 12,269 depositors on the Sift Octo ber, 1875 Amount to tho credit of 12,001 depo»|tora on the 30tb Sep tember, 1876 591.324 7 Idcrease for tho month of Oct... 3.154 8 £39,727 8 87,014 0 594,478 16

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER Sttomeg, Solfcftor, proctor, Con* fcegamcw, &c.. Can bo consulted daily at Hfehon'a Hotel, MlLIiCUEBTfia. Ho. P U 31 C E H L. M,D# & SUliGiiON, (Licensed uudor.tl\ftQuf»pns'lanfl Mpflioal Board,) ^ BEHOVED from l)io Club Hou&o Hotel jj ,16 ?c.w wwidenc©, nearly opposite the MaBonio Jfoil* -filiacr-afcrcefc, wZicrc lio CAO bet CONSULTED daily, J. A. Scliarffeiiberg, Br. mefl., Pevbioias, Bbboeon, am* Aocoucmstm J Duly qualified at tbe Modi col Board. onknTEEB tOwbeb. (A OiBDj JOHN O'FLYNN, MINING agent EMS,6IS'NOSBFT &O., (OFFER a/tie ITATNLOM limited.) Hear Tierofj-'s Hiniag Eichaugt) Hotel. CHdSTElifi XOWSES. T. 3. Carter. SOLICITOR Tifirnej'e Mioiog Exchange Hotel. Charters SoWasg. 1 Maoleod & Go;, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom HOUSE and Fonrwdisg Agctit-s, TOWJJSV1LLE. I.ALAND, ftyeTBosjEER a ©asa&siassDstrii aesMv KBSXB STfiEETt Office t TicnWe Mining Eichtwge Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. W. J A S P E li , 8ADDI/EB &a...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, [FROM A COORRESPONDENT.] RAVENSWOOD, November 16 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

Telegraphic News. KVnTttEBU MIXER OFFICE, [PEOII A coonnr.sroi.DEKr.j HAVENSWOOD, . Kovcmlw SiuiiEET'fi case dismissed there being no appear auceof the prosecutor, HanniBn.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEK 17, 1870. Thh Pre-*, especially in England and her colonies, is gradually, Vmt surely, ousting parliamciita from the functions hitherto discharged by them, and exercising a potential and acknowledged influence in the work of legislation. Tliis is a natural result of the decreasing power ofparliaments to represent faithfully the enlarged intelli gencc and advanced ideas of modern civili zation, and the greater amount of force possessed by tho Press to grasp the great questions of the day as they arise, and to Drine to their discussion, away from the noise pf faction and party, the calm and thoughtful consideration of the highest in tellects. Parliaments alio reduced now to the office of being the executive of the will of the whole community aa exhibited in its organs ilio Press. It is by recurring constantly to first principles, by standing on the old lines of the constitution, by testing all measures by their relation to the publio good, not by their fitness for ...

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LONDON. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

November 12. At the Lord Mayor's banquet, on the 9thU Disraeli said war with China was happily averted. He remarked that England was desirous of strengthening her relations with the Chinese Government, and regretted that Turkish affairs were in a less satisfactory condition than was desirable. He stated that the circumstances were critical, but he was convinced that more favorable results would be attained by measures consistent with peace. The Ministry were deeply conscious of the maguitude of the in- terests of the empire in regard to its eastern policy, and were resolved to guard those interests with their best ability; he alluded to the en-   thusiastic reception accorded to the Prince of   Wales on his arrival in India, and anticipated   beneficial results to British rule. Birch, the British Commissioner at Herak, has been brutally murdered by the Malays ; the   Governor of Serroake has proceeded to the sense of the murder in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 17 November 1875

TO THE EDITOR. SIR, — A gentlemen, from Townsville, has paid us the compliment to have a look at the Towers, and to give us his opinion about us. inserting the story of his trip in the C. B. Express. I, as one of the many men, that take a spell in the Bay city, do not think it fair to leave the com- pliment unreturned, and, here is, what I saw on my trip to the Bay. We Towers wmen, generally have a horse, when we can afford it, or carry our swag down the road, instead of using the coach, or, our purse is not small, our sense of liberty is great, and we like to enjoy nature's graces at     our ease. How pleasant to look from Mitchell's   an-c down into the deep valley of the Houghton ; how expanding the though to see in future the fertile plains between the ranges filled with homesteads, cattle, and acres of corn, when the railway is no longer a ridiculed scheme but a fact founded on a thriving farming popula- tion. In the meantime, we enjoy the...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 20 November 1875

SATDRIHV, NOVKMBKH20, JS76. Ttoe case of Mossuan V. MILLS, decided on ! Tuesday in the Warden's Court, pints' M l, 11 BU"0US Weh.'iisiou to all I ckimholuers. Were is not a claim on tlie ' gronndthat offers a secure (enure if the principles a»d practice adopted by the Warden m this case are to form a pi-ece 4 for oases. The fccts of the «se are sufficienOy brought out in our wport. The wnole question turned on the IS J Wi?m ,a cel'tein bit "f ground bdunged. The charge of polling out the ? f f«»ndwy issue, anct we put heM ?r <JUe?tioh' Tlle defendant held the ground under his original title and, according lo a plan drawn up |)y Mr' ^ the district !D " .?X U.laVJ' tilinS ^ struck . 1TJt-0'1 of tllis P,a« when tendered in evidence, as tieing worthless. knr>T fJ'e>y°De J";':« '<ind in the North rian. rf ,5" ai'e Ule Government pans of he district. and that th s nar tacular plan should be thrown aside as ^ pnhltes and of no use" must cause wrt* u.°11iShBent. ...

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