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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 24 November 1875

MARRIED. HUGHES—SMITH—At Millchester, on the 23rd     day of November, John Dyer Hughes of Millchester, to Sarah Maria Smith, of the same place.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

HoVUmatft Ointment and Pilli.-EUcumatiem Neuralgia,-It is sometimes difficult to deter mine Which of tho«e diseases is afflicting the ?utfaror, but Ibis ignoranoe will not matter if Holloway'e remedies be used. Tlioy alienate and CJire nil muscular nod nervous pains. In hereditary rheumatism, eftor bathing the affected parte with warm salt water, HolToway'e Ointment etiould be well rubbed upon tlw spot, j thatit maj penetrate and excrl its soothing end regulating properties on tbe deeper veeeele aiid turret which are unduly exeited, and cause both, the {lain and swelling. Holloway'e treatment, has the merit of removing the disease without debilitating the constitutiou, which was the inevitable result of the bleeding, mercury, and colobieum practioe formerly adopted in these compalnts. . . " . TO IjET."-Tho Premises in Mossman-strcel lately oocupied by Mr. A. BIits. Apply to . l)Atn> Diokbob. Co-operative Oo.'e Stores. To Let on Tribute. THE OONFEST Xiiao of Eoef, in the North Aus...

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Novel American Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

Novel American.^Divoroe. THEY cameioiarm in arm. He was not mora that. "forty-five, long haired and sorrowful-looting, clad in Btriped pante and a yellow veBt; and the woman who hong on his arm looked as though she bad just finished cleaning bouBB, and hadn't time to slioV up. "This is my wife, Ulster," said 'the tall man, bb they stepped Suido the door, and she squatted down to jest on the edge »f the ooal scuttle; "and ire eome in to have you put a little notia" jt the paper sayin's how we're done with one another" "It is a dissolution of partnership." «Ycs that'll do as well as Anything; wont it Jane?" said he turning towards the figure in the corner. "I ain't particular, -what you put ii down," put in -the female J "don't begin now to ask me what I front,'1 The old man drove his fingers into hia vest pocket and fell into a deep reverie. .Then in a moment he started up agai n and Baid "Write it out JUieter-write it out; I'd kinder like to "bear what it reads, afore I go." "Bnt wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

SEWING MACHINES. IMPORIAJST FACTS. howe MACHINES. . « celebrated Howe Machine stands un rivalled by »ny makers in the world. Wliv f be ajue all other makers had to pay a iWUty to Howe for pirating parts of hi. invention.* THE New Fauilv Machine. . . j ,,n ®° and revised that it now atauoe par excellence" over any other maker. hnlffiroy" ^ 01,bcr MacUinca by __I*st jpar by 10,000. -1 being frec ofcog ""BC" aoosoaiiv HUES. Bowis family complete, £10. Howe's B, for paonng aud light leather work, £11. Hone's C, safe champion boot closing machine, from £13. Thp.Su>"GEE'6 EVuhlv, Manufactured by the (singer's M. P. G. Co. Beware of imitations. All genuine machines "T «J Binger have the trado medallion imbedded on the arm. Bedueed price, complete, Oub WHEELER and WILSON. Tho best spool machine in tho colony, CiTJTIOK.-It las come to our knowledge that paltry dealers arc taring to palm off inferior ""Krtuinevour medallion is now placed on all our W. \Y, -^Ecbinefl and standi. Unrivalled ...

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SYDNEY. November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

SYMBY. November 21. Treevo Iibs bo ecutetieod to thirteen years im*! priaaomc-nt, with Lard labor. H is stated that I it is uutruo that Ills family arc provided fort | being now dependent on friends. ' v hi the diroreo ea*e, Teas v. Tea® sod Smither*,* a divorce lias been granted) damages £2000. Uoorgc Thornton bag boon appointed by the Executive Commissioner to Die Philadelphia. Exhibition. November 20. The bishop of Brisbane has been entertained at a public breakluet, the iu6hop of Syducy presiding. A motion mode in the Council for the appoint* DICIIL of a committee to inquire into the Covem mcnt banking business has Jjoen negatived. A general desire has been expressed to bring the Sueslon to a close.' The mortality U increasing, from scarlet fever whic'i is vejy prevalent. 700 ehccp'have been stolen oil the Abereombie river.

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

Correspondence. TO TUB EDITOD. Sin-in your ibauc of Nov. 7tu, there is an asset* Hon in tbo Saying* about Town that I was rofuscil aasUlance oi' advise from the Media*, which I bog to contradict. 1 was refused bj the ward6 man jvitbout a ticket until the Medico \caa brougbtt whpn be admitted mo at once. By in* eeriing those few lines io your next issue, you vr ill obliyc \our$ f ruij, EDW. ROBERTS. Charier® Towors Hospital, November 19Hi.

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MELBOURNE. November 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

MELBOUBNE. November 2. The two to/#, previous!? reported missing, were drowned at tiebnapper Point; & man named Davis was alio drowned iu trying to recover one of the bodies, November 26. Indte&titme appeared last-night Intbo Ajseombty of factious oppoiitiuii 1o the Government, 8carlet fever lias broken out; m&nj are dying of it in tbe hospital* A Bill to enable women to graduate in the University baa passed the second reading. The application for (ho registration of llio Papuan block lins been grantod by tbe Oovoru* mciit for els months. The ordinary monthly mooting of tho Charters Towers Primary School will bo liuld ou Mouday evening next, at Owens* hotol. A boy named Kolaes, son of Cfiarloj Kolasa, roceivod aeovoro kick from a horso in HB leg ou Wodncsday. The leg ie considerably bruised, 00 bad 110 a break, tie is under the cwo of Dr. Scbarffonbcrg. A iclogram, received fcv Mr. W. Buchanan on Tliureduy, stated that tue Ixmdon tnaobiao at Bavciiftwood has ...

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Rochford. ROCHFORD, Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

Rocliford ROCHFORD, Nor. 16. THE owners of the Hadleigh Castle hero started a oow shaft, which thay intend to siuk to a level of three hundred feet j a good, substantia! whim is to be Greeted to work over thia shaft j very little water is expected. Both batteries arc at work on stone from this claim, the average yield being about 25dwts. Dio deepest level is about two Jiuudred feet, and shows a nioc mun tie reef of about 2ft. Gin. iu thickness. There are forty men employed. A new shaft is also, vory shortly* to be suuk in the Oommodore to a depth of one hundred feet, Or thereabouts, where it is ©spooled a good reef will bo found; the deepest level is about fifty foot. Nine men ore employed. A crushing of somethiug over two hundred tons will bo goiug through the mills io about ten days from date, aud expected to give a yield of 2oz, to the ton. Thd roef . averages fourteen inches in thickness* In the Robinson Crusoe* which has yielded so well fijooe the present shareholders got it, t...

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Charters Towers Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

Charters Towers Police Court TtJESQAX, Koveubeb 23, Before 0. S. Dickkk, Esq., P.M. . James Pyle v. Bobort Bedford.--Detaining n roM ring valued at £2. Defendant pleaded " uot juilty." . James Pyle, miner, deposed: About 7 or 6 souths ago had a gold ring with his initials J,P. 6i it i it w&s bis own properly ; was in a botel ii Millchester; Annie Clarke look the ring off Us finger iu the presence of Mrs. Dorrat; some tmc after a man cfiaic to him from Annie Clarke trying ebc wanted to Be® him about (ho gold rug and that Robert Bedford bod taken it from , lur and ho had bolter go and got it; found the r&g on defendant's band ; olniined it as bis pro p|r*,y; asked liiui for tbc ring and eaid be bad a i old ring belongiup to bim ; be said be didn't ktovr; told bim that was tbc ring on bis hand at &c time ; be eaid bo would not gice it up. I iSv Defendant: It was about 8 months ago rincc he gave tbe ring to Annie Clarke; she gave (dm nothing nt oil for tbe ring; ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

TO THE KDXTOB. SIB,-'The resolutiou passed at the last meeting of the Hospital Committee, ordering that the execution against llceflber should be put in force*, docs no to thai body. It true s rerdiet wns gwen by Mqsbts Uishon, and Croftoo, in the Small Debts Court for the emoiipt claimed ; but the defcndaut being a foreigner did not take the nccc6Bary steps for his defenee Mid the case wa» decided ex parte. If he "had an opportunity of making liis defcm .© bo could have ebown that when be was admitted til the hospital be waa ft prisonerf and thorefore sent against his will* wss escorted to the hospital by the police, aud bud no contra} at the time orer bis own actions. It doos not matter whether be was able to pay or not, so long as be was compelled to remuu in the hospital be was a prisoner aud entitled to all tbe privilege* tho law secures to a prisoner. It is neither Just nor fair to sue a man in tin position for hospital fcosfor fourteen days, £8 for annrto and £ 22s for the ho...

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Sayings about Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

Sayings about Town. Tjtlee suppers within tlireo -weeks, exclusive of watihcs mid purees of sovereigns, is certainly abo'o tho average of the tribute paid to depart* iog riondg in the sister colonies. The popula tion of tuis district being duly considered, it rcallf 6Ct>Di8, in a commercial point <»f view, to be an excellent idea-that of talcing part in com millte end other meetings, with the knowledge of your" li* V being paid and a good *' wet down . of No. u. Piper ojvibe cvo of your departure. It iB rather significant that the canvasser* for these " get upV are generally the landlords in whose houb the spree'11 eones off* Hut having an u oyt" to business, they, doubtless, anticipate a a similar offering when their time for skedaddling arrives. On many occasions T have been an at'enti^c liBtcacr to "Our .Representative*' in giving nn aec >unt of bis stewimlship, but the lame defence of ilr Macroasan on Wednesday night showed tho tactics of a cloror political shuf...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

TO THE EDITOB. Sin.-As I am not acquainted with you, otbor than through your paps;-, may I iay a few -words respecting Sir. Maorossau'e speech, Ibe other night in the OddfeiloW Hatt \ in the first pUce, 1 may say that ho will not got many to endorse Lie opinions or you, iuas much as not only myself, but all tbo intelligent and right minded of tbo Charter® Towers public, look upon you as a fearless, right o pable and right uinnly vindicator of (be peopled righto. Without stopping to con* Bidnr who the author of tho injustice was, let me therefore «ay, that I find tliat tho verdict Mr Macrosfian anticipated would ho given against you has turned upon himself, and the verdict Is tnat he is no credit to us and not & fit and proper person to represent us in Parliament for manvreasons, some of which I will now mention. First.- Thou he hus not kept liis word with the won who relumed faim to Parliament; did he rot promise to fitippopt a bill for Free and 6ccular Education ? Mm ho don...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

I If lliore is any truth in the belief that tuose | who suffer greatly in this world will *oacapo I scorching in them-at, then will I ho viclimsof rlieu 1 matiem assuredly ho unscafbcd by ( lie olcrnal'flres j for to nothing short of martyrdom at the etako I can their torturci bo Adequately compnrod. Dya popsia end urinary disftura, tcpeciully gravol, aleo inflict unepmkablc misery. Eradicate the causes of the$o Bufferings with Udolpbo Wolfe's Schicdam Aromatic Scbaapps,-[Anvr] PCDLIO Wahning-Intending buyers ofSewin* Machines are cautioned against buying inferior but tnucb-pufied article#, whose agents are compelled to make rockless aud unwarranted statements in order to force sales* No sewing machine can compare with the genniue Singer, either in its intrinsic value, or its appreciation by the discriminating public. Tbe'Singer Has dis tanced evory competitor, uaving.lastyear reached a sate of. nearly a quarter of a mUJiou. This popular vote has elected the Singer-The Beit Machine ...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

BATDBPAY, N'OVEMBKH 27, 1875. MR. MACROSSAN at ilib dinner given in ] JOB honor on Tuesday evening last, tried to introduce tlie « tliin end of the Coolie I wedge." It was. a new application of the argument lie used when lie last Addressed his constituents here. Then he argued that the sugar planters should be protected, that they had invested large j capital in sugar manufacture, that Coolie ! labor was essentia! to develop that in dustry, .and that therefore it should bo j introduced or the colony should accept the alternative-an invasion of Chinese. The evils of the introduction of the latter were magnified to the utmost extent, and when the honorable member gels hold of an idea and sits well down in the saddle to ride lie docs not spare tlie spur, i Ho pives full rein to his imagination, and throws overboard all accuracy and i fair masoning. We exposed tlio fallacy of his nrgumeut at tliat time, and pointed out tliat tho " labor " question is uiany «ided. Though it may be admitt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

;. H. J. W. BOWKER fifttoraefi, Solicitor, proctor, Won-. begancer, Cu be consulted daily at Hbbon'e Hotel, M1LLCHE8TER. T. S. Carter BOliIOIXOS Mining Exchange Hate). Charters Towers. J. B. Contrail, ATTORNEY abb SOLICITOR, OOMMIS8IONEII fob AFFIDAVITS, &o" r- CttiETSBS XOWEBS. HO. P u K C E L h. M.D, & SURGEON, ^Licensed under live Queensland Medical Board,) Has BEMOVED from tho Club House Hotel tohtscew residence, nearly opposite the Masonio Hall. fiUoer-ttrect. where lie can be consulted dtDy, «3T. A. SeharfFenberg, Dr. med., PBTBtOIAN, SUBOEON, Atrtf A.OCODCBEUB Dnly qualified at the Medics] Board. chabtebs TO WEBS. [A C«®,3 JOHN 0»FLYNN, XBUBOt AGENT SHABEBBOKEJ1 to., ipffrKoftiuIMMHm 6.U.P.C., Limited.) Near Xiemef* Mining Exchange Hotel. OHABTEBS TOWEBB. m WAR JANG, STOREKEEPER, WINE AND EPIRIT MERCHANT. f m{ OFJEKBD HIS /N. E W 8 T O R E ^ AT CHARTERS TOWEB8. Manleod & Co., - GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, OaBtom House abd Forwarding Age tits, TOWN6VILLE. I. ...

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[FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

[FBOU ocn UUI6BANI: TKLEOUATH10 AQEKT] JJKlSBAtJK. November 25* j vttblogruina state (uab tue representations of the various Australian Governments in favor of tbo annexation of Kcw Guinea, am uow under tbe consideration of the Cabinet. I There have been henry and continuous rains, ! causing disastrous floods throughout Englasd and France. November 2G. Over £2000 already subscribed by the moinbers of tho Muaieal Uniou towards the erection of a hall. ! It u understood thai Sire. O'Connor has with- ? drawn hor resignation of principal of the Grammar! School. A meeting of Church of England people ha*' been held, aud it was resolved that steps ehould be taken for the due reception of Bishop liall, After (us installation be will be enlerlaiued at a j .onversatione. I

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, TOWNSVILLE. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 November 1875

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MIXES OFFICE, TOWNS V1LLE. (From our Corrceponde t.) The " Victoria," etaaraor, arrived at Town® ville'oti the eStli from Bowcu.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 December 1875

TJfJANTED two respectable G TELS-one os V( Hmiiamtáa «ad one a» î?uraem«id. Apply to Mr«. HAMBFOED. TO LETA-Tho Premise! in Hoesmau-etreet j - lately occupied by Ur. A. Bliti. Apply to DilfD JDIOKBOH. Oo-operativo Co.'e Stores. ÂN «djonrned Meeting of the Charters Towers I Primary Bohool Committee will be held et Oren's Hotel, on TOVESDAT -EVEKING, at 9 [ p.m. ? T. O'KANE, 'Hoh. Sec. 8DAIVIFI0AT1ONS for Members Purse must j be in hands of Hoh. Sec on or before 8 p.m. HOBDAY Next, the 6th instant. WM. AUOHKE ACKERS. Hon. See. Notice {liEKANDEH BROWN, who was blown op in No. l N.-K. Queen on the 30th of Sept. _;desires to thank the Publio for their liber' (Uity* in contributing towards bim. The total »nm realised was «5164 Its. (Signed on bobalf of the «bore,) Taos. BAISE, .Toa STAFFORD, JOBK MOLABEN. Charters Towen, . . November 80th, 1B76. NOTICE Is hereby, given thal we the under slgied have made applioation for a lease, under the Oold Fields Regulations, of ground known as th«clai...

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Le Diable[?]est Mort. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 December 1875

? Le Diable est Mort Tas -cmliied world ia rapidly becoming depopulated of all its good men. There is ' a gMfct dwi of. wickedness abroad, of coarse, bat, ulaok will have it, the wicked nen seem to ba»» life eternal. They never die. It it only the virtuous, the amiable, the men who are a lois to sooiety, that drop , off. At least that is the conclusion to be '' -arrived et by 'a ooarse of reading obituary - notices. There hasn't a single scoundrel .(lied these ten years, except by the rope. .Peruses it SB A merciful dispensation that all the naughty men are being gradually worked off by that process, while the bed, aa . point of departure, ts especially re served for the upright. Yet one is taken , by surprise occasionally. A party wnp i has borne a wretched reputation all his j life, «nd bad been supposed to be an em bodinient of every vice, rave pot arty, spasm amy, «nd ina f«w days one reads M eloquent obituary to the general effeot, ? that the dear departed was so particularly s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 December 1875

SEWING M ACH IN E S IMPORTANT. PACTS. HOWE M A" Oil INES. The cululirnlwl llowo Maoliinc stands un rivalled bj any makers in tho world. Why P bc nuso all other makers luid lo päv n royality to Howe for pirating parts of..his ini'cution. THE NEW FAMILY MACHINE. has been so Altered and revised that it now stands " par exccllonco" over any other maker. Its ealeB ex «cd any dither Machinos by housands yearly. ' * Last year by 10,000. Thus provine it boyond doubt to be tho loading machino of Ibo igo ; making a beautiful stitch, and being free of cog wheels and shaky linke. HOWES family complete, £10. Howe's B, for ailoring and light leather work, £11- Howe's C, thc champion boat closing machine, from £18. THE SINGER'S-FAHILY. Manufactured by the äingcr's M. F. G. Co. Beware of imitations. All genuine machines mode by Singer have the trade modullion embedded on the arm. Beduced price, complete, £9. OUR WHEELEU ond WILSON. Thc best spool machine in tbo colony. CAUTION.-It liss come to onr ...

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