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Charters Towers Police Court DECEMBER 17TH. Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 December 1875

Charters Towers Police Court ItECEMBEl: 17th. lleforo C. 8. DICKKN Kbq.. P.M. One person charged with "being drunk was cautioned And discharged. William Fellows, amalgamator, on remand charged with stealing amalgam. Mr. Cowau for prosecution 5 Mr. Carter| for defence. Mr. Cowan staled the case. A crushing took place at Dcune mid Sadd'e inacuitie on (lie 2Ul November, from the No. 1 «mtb St. Patrick; U00 Ions At Deauc's gave 624 OES. 1 dwt; illO tone At Sudd's gave 767 ozs. 14 dwis. of retorted gold Xhe stone was from the some block and carted alternately Jo both machine*. Tj# difference in the returns arousod suspicion, lie could prove that the Amalgamator at Deaoe's was beard to be in the habit t»l eclliug gold to different b&i ks, and to a jeweller in town. When asked where be got the gold he said-it h ub Wellington surface. Egcrtou Chester Matter, agent for the Bunk of Vew South Wales, Charters i'owcrs, deposed : Knows the accused; lie brought a parcel of gold on tbe 7th ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

AM "WEBE: i AKW WEEKLY JOURNAL for Town and A Country, of 24 pages and Postscript, will be published every SATUltDAY MUKNING, com mencing on the 1st of Jonuury next;-price Fourpenoe; Subscription, Four Shillings per Quarter, or Fifteen shillings per Anuuin, in advance. The *' WEEK" will contain Ml the latoet Local, Colouial, lutcr-calomcl. and T?an«»oce'ttiic Intelligence; vigorous Articles upon ihumost significant Political and Social questions of the day j instructive Esenye upon numerous subjects of interest to (be Agficultunslb, Miners, Graziers, and other Produce a in the Colony ; the popuW . Odd Notes by a Bohemian j interesting lulc5 «od Sketches of Australian Life, unci a large and caitfully selected Variety of other matter calcu ? )nted to afford io&tractioa and auuuciaent to its jeaders. Arrangements hare beep made to secure the . latest reliable Telegraphic News from the various Iclaiid and Coast Towns of Queensland, from tbe adjacent Colonic, aud from Europe and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

H. J. W. BOWSER Sttomeg, Solicitor, proctor, Cons fagattcer, &c.v . Okb be oooiulted daily at Hiahon'i Hotel, lOLLOHESTEB. T. 8. Garter . BOLIOITOE ?Tiernej's Mining Exchange Hotel. Charters Towen. J. B. Cowan, ATTGjRNBY ABXt SOIiICXTOB, OOiaaSSlpBE^ 70S APFIDAVna, &O.I Okuxibi T6webs. HO. P U R 0 E L L. M P, <fe SURGEON, (Licensed under the Qacf nwlajid Modic&l Has BEMOYED {com the Club House Hotel to hii new residence, nearly opposite the Masonic g»n, Miner-street, where he eao be consulted 4a0y> ' 3. A. Scharffenberg, Dr.ued., PhYSTOIAH, BUBOKOB, AOCOBCHBTO Dolj qualified at the Medical Boerd. OHABTEBS TOWIBB. [A OUD,] JOHN O'FLTNN, S.MKIKQ AOBNT 6HABBBBOKEK to,, (Office of tin BaMom G.M.P.C., ZAmiUcL) Near U'ierney'a Uining Exchange Hotel. CHARTERS TO WEBS. ON WAR JANG STOREKEEPER, WIS® AMD MERCHANT. ViB OPENED SO NEW STORE AT CHASTER* TOVPEfcS. Kanleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Cuitom Hoqm ebd Forwarding Agftbti, TOWKSVltLE. I. A...

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SYDNEY, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

SYDNEY, December £8. | iuoniiaerttle anxiety u felt for the lately of the mall ateamer "Colemar" Iroir San Francisco, There are a good tuanj Sidney people parteoger# bjliw. ,A,aosr trial bat been granted to tbe co> ftititbers to tbe otM Teaa v, Tfift.

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1875. Telegraphic News. NORTHERNMINER OFFICE, [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

SATURDAY, DECEMBEB sb, 1876. Telegrapliio News. XORTJIERXAtMER OFFICE, tnOK ODB BRISBANE TEUEOBAFBIO IdtSr] BBJSBANE. Dramber 13. Jtenr, Acting Under-Colonial Secretary, fau received inttructiont pending Griffith's return torn the Melbourne meeting in i fortnight is to take itepa to anut the movement now on Toot to *end to EngUad ? cligo of meat preferred by Wort'# procev,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

CHARTERS TOWERS AHD MILLCHESTER CHRISTMAS RACE MEETING. 70 BE BUN OK MONDAY, TUESDAY, I AUD WEDNESDAY, December 27th; 2Bth & 29th, 1876, on the T. J. C. NEW COURSE.! President-F. Btubley, Esq. Vice-President-1, Lieaner, >'sq. Treasurer-Owen O'Neil, Esq. Honorary. Secretary-Mr. W. _A. Ackers. Stewards: tii.S.S. Carter. Mr.;W.J.To)l. . Mr. H. B. Rutherford. Mr- , J. Tough, Mr, \f. J. Graham. Mr. J. E. Rutherford. Mr. B. Craven. Mr. A. ptackay. Sir. H.E. fioulton. Mr. W. il. Mowbray, Judge-W. 8, E. M. Charters, Esq. Starter-Mr. A. Huxley. Clerk of the Cottne- Mr. G. Aubrey. ' - Oletkof the Scales-Mr. 1. Aland. First Day-Monday-27th Dec r . : 1 ". Fibst BIOS. To start at 12 o'clock. MAIDEN PLATE, of 26 eova., with Sweep of £110a. to go to Becond bones for all "maiden horses; weight for age j one and j a-half fniles. - BEOOKD BACE. To ttart at I o'clock. IiADIEB' PPBSE, of 20 eovfl'; for ail horaea; j weight for age t one and a-half milea. Thibd Dace. To start at 2 o'clock. IX...

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MELBOURNE December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

MELBOURNE me railway receipt! show so iucreeae of £70,000 in lint twelve months. -> The question o( international free trade will shortly engage tbe attention of the Government. Cablegrams state that at the r*queet of Ei gland ] the Eliedive of Egypt hu readied hie ships from j . Zsudbar, and lias also abandoned lib encroach-1 menu on Abyssinia, » laid Serb; diio'i&imi entertaining any idea of ? . all Indo-Egpytian protectorate. {Sameron'a African exploring expedition baa arrived safely at Loando. havn juet room to bid onr friends and foes (if we have any) " A Merry Cbriitmas and a Happy Hew Tear"--and many of them! We have got a joke at loet from Unci, hampton. Tbe Leicbhardt Hole! advertises far an; number of " turko; cocks " for Christmas mue or female I EMutcm.-In our last it was stated that Judge Paul bad been gazetted to tbe "Northern" District Court Circuit,' St should have been " Southern." We are requested by the warden to Inform >be public that no summonses I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

ADD FELLOWS' BALL. A BALL WILL BE QIVEtf BY 7KB OD D FEL LOWSi IN tbeib BALL, Uotek-st,, OH NEW YEARS' EVB.j ? Dancing to Commence at 9 o'clock. Xictcto, to admit Lady and Gentleman, 25s. A FIRST-BATE BAND In Attendance. K. BlNDEB, Hon Sec. ~ ~ AT THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL. .... .\ OS ' Monday NIGHT, ' . MSCEMBKU 2Tth. AND GRAND PANORAMA OF THE FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR!] Great ancccss all through Victoria and Neir Couth Wales. THE only complete work of tlie kind in the Australian colonics, and ac companied by .the Lecturer, who Las ? bean an cyc-witness of many of those saogsinary battles. Come one! Come all 1 . Don's FORGET MONDAY NIGHT, , DECEMBER 27m BRASS~BAND, Under-the leadership of GEORGE CARL SMITH ,| 8TBING OBOHESTJtA: HERB MULL EE. BOLE PEOPEIETORS, SMITH & COMPANY. Doors open at kilf-past seven, commence at I eight. 1 SVoot Seats,'5e.; BaA Seats, 2B. 6d. H- E. Bdeohat, AGENT. CHBISI CHURCH, To-morrow Evening, at seven. Subject-"The Wonderful." Independent Order of Good Temp...

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The Machines. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

The MachineB. I Tom. Claim. Ot.dwt.gr> XKVXtB. St, Patrick No. 2 and Columbia No. 1 cleaning tip. OK8AKD-AL1. £60 No. 2 Juel-in-Time ... 200 1 0 9 Lady Arabella 85 0 0 Old Warrior Tribute going through. | EtfTEBtlUBB. ' Ko. 18t. Patrick going through. OBFJAKCB. 885 Bt. Patrick p.c 880 0 0 am ionut Ko. 8 North Auitt-ftlia.i cleaning op.

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Warden's Court. DECEMBER 21. [Before Mr. WARDEN CHARTERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

Warden's Court Deouibbb 21. j[Bofori Mr. Wjlbdeh Chastebs.) Caneo Hetmaa and James Butterwotth v. J. W, Motes. Mr Cart«r for plaintiffs, The plslat eet forth that plaintiff's were «l>are* bolder* in the St. Patrick and Queen Grand Junction Company and complained that on the 28th defendant retained pbssesvion ol certain papers and documents, receipt#, paysheots, specifications, the pro/erty of the Company, and ; prayed that defandaut should bo ordered to de liver up such pipers. The Warden ordered the pipers to be de livered up forthwith, and gave£l Is, professional costs. James Kirk and others ?. William OgiUie, A. Can*, J. Moron* and Klictbeth Divi«, Mr. Carter appeared f<f plainuffe j Mr. Cowan for Ogilvie only uf ilie deieod iota The plaint set fortb that plaintiffs were share holders in No. 1 aouth General Wyndham, and cttnp!ained that defendants broke iuto their eiaim and removed about 10 tons of auriferous quarts valued at £60« mid did other damage to tue amount ...

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Sayings about Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

Sayings about Town. JThe remark of the boo. Minister in his after dinner speech the other evening, referring to th Government reward for the finding of payahl gold at a depth of 4 or 500 feet being u super flinty, is certainly inconsistent with facts j th© Government of Victoria has wisely placed £5000 on the estimates to reward the discovered of payable ground, and are testing by boring rods for the locale of the deep deposits* New South Wales his followed suit by the fiutn offlOOO being appiopriated to the first company of party of tniuers who prove a reef to be payable at a depth of 800 feet, those arc steps in the right direction. It the Minister for Wo^ks had taken the trouble to enquire he would have discovered the fact that tbeiv are some excellent properties remaining undeveloped in consequence of the heavy nature of the undertaking by working tninerr. Whereas, if the £1000 was " hanging on to it, without doubt some backets could b* obtained, as that sum would partly reimbur...

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Charters Towers Police Court. DEC. 3. Before C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 December 1875

Charters Towers Police Court DEC. 3. Before C. 8. JJICKEN, Eeq.. P.M. Williau Follows on reinnnd charged with stealing amalgam. Mr. Cowan for prosecution. Mr. Carter for accused Sargeant Mathers deposed :~took the gold the matter of this prosecution out of Court and handed it to Thomas Buckland assaer, by order of the court. Thomas Bucklandd assayer deposed:- the last witness handed him, on the 17th December, a lot of gold ; the same be saw in the court ; as- sayed it; product's the result; it came out after melting 11oz 13dwt 21grs wts bank value here is   £3 4s 5d, on to which there is an allowance for eilve" on the whole parcel of 8s. 6d.; hands in the return, and tbal is his signature to it; as un attayer, can stnto it is muudic gold, or the greater portion of it is \ could not say if any por- < tion of it is Wellington surface gold ; it is im« poifible it would bear i lie same indications if it w«re surface gold j bad tested it for sulphides, which ore n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS IOWE1IS and TOWXSVJ.LMJ. i imwshkco. BfiO to tlianV the Jublio'ot^chartors JCowere. Millcbestori ptoa eurroaacuug districts for 1 tbe very liberal support hitherto accorded them. | Being the PIONEER STOREKEEPERS of this fi^j&hojrlnive t&lyraya endeavored to Cur* ther Che interests and progress of the field population to the beBt of (heir abilities and pecuniary position, And after a term of four SCWfj fiud themselves, " to the public" amply rewardbd. I. h. fitOO.'S business lias progressed with the field,'and they arc now in a position to offer to the public Advantages In assortment of stocks, low prioee, mdao »mo» dation soooud to DODO of tho rival fi.ms, which have siuce etferled businees on the ** Cash," *' Plain Figures," and other principles. The approaching wot season has induced ug to procure exteusire stocks of General Merchandipe ID adranoe of the demaqd in quality, assortment, and piios, to suit the Whole#ale aiidlletail con eumpmptio...

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Mails depart rom Charters Towers. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

Malla depart rom Charter* Towers. For Milloheater, daily 9'30 a.m, 6 p,rn. " Townsvillo: Wedneeday and Saturday, 6 a,m. ,i Ravenswood : Do. do.t Monday, 4 p,m. " Dalrymplo t Sunday, 6 a,m. " Haughlon: Wednesday & Saturday, a.m.

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MALS. M[?]ils arrive at Charters Towers. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

MALS. MriU arrive at CUflrttirs Xowcra.. Miltehetter daily, 11 A.m., 6*30 p.tn, Townsviilo :Sunday & Tliumlay, 8 p,m, Rarenewood: Do. do,<6 pjn, Saturday. Dalrymple. 4 p,tn, Mouday. Haughton : 8 p,m, Sunday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

AT THIS ODDFELLOWS' HALL To-night! To-night! FOR THE LAST NIGHT. CO/8 GRAND PANORAMA OF THE FRANCO-PhUSSIAN WAR! Great success all through Victoria and New South Wales. THE only complete work of the frtn<l in the Australian colonies, and accompanied by the lecturer, Monsieur H. iC. Itaecbat, who has been an eye-witness of many of those sanguinary battles. Don't forget OTo-night, for the Last Night! Don't forget also that on that occasion the proprietors have. secured the talent of a ; well-known Gentleman, who will sing some of hit Vbb? LAUGHABLE 8ON<» which nerer foil to delight the public. BRASSTBAND, Uuder the leadership of GEOROC CARL SCHMIDT, STRING ORCHESTRA: HUR MULLBR, SOLE PROPRIETORS, SMITH & COMPANY. Doors open at half-past eeveo, commence at eight". Front GfBtc, 4e. ; Kark Seats, 2e. 6d. Cbiiilrea, Half-price. Thursday Night, Dec. 30, THE Propvielore vrill EXHIBIT their PANORAMA at tlie SCHOOL OF ARTS, in VOXOHESl'ER, to. tfic ONE NIGHT ONLY...

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SYDNEY. December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

SYDNEY. December 28. I I A fire has occurred in Mori's freezing est&b ! Juhtaont. Xiie upper purlioii of the buiJding I containing largo quantities of meat, has been ; destroyed, but ilic freezing room and (naeliiuery ; escaped. The "Coliwa" has arrived. During the pa8 cage from San FrancUco, the main ehaft br^ke twice, tbc corct on pressure cylinder burst.

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Small Debts Court. DECEMBER 21ST. Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

Small Debts'Court. / ^ DECKMBBR IFTBT. BEFORE C. S. DICEEN ESQ., MI. UcmcmannLT. Duncan Mcintosh, plaintiff WoodiSm^M-N Prince, £10 5s. 4d.-rer diet, for l^puWfcfConsent. with £2 2s. profes sion*! costs DnB^P^ircustG. 6aycrs v. Smith, part&oard -value of A saddle, £G 12B. Od. Mr. Carter appeared for defendant. James deposed: Was flitting out* side tliu door at the West Coast Hotel when defendant brought the saddle outside; de fondant, wben he turned up the tmdrilr. said plaintiff had broken j defendant look the saddle on^y three or four feet from the bar; he did not take it away; saw tnc saddle-it was broken in the tree; it >vas doubled up; a man must find it was broken wtien lifting it on the horse. Arthur Jasper, s vddler, deposed: Defendant took a saddle to him to get repaired < it was broken it.; could not say if it was i new or old break ; the saddle Was worth, irlioii net*, £3 ; repaired itr and it is now as good as new. By Flaintiff: A person riding up f...

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MELBOURNE. December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

MELBOCKNIi. Dcccmbfr 23. j The Intercolonial Cricket match is on-Vic toria ecorcd 136 j Sydney, ii out for B7. The secretary of the Primary School begs to acknowledge * do receipt of £1 from J. Chattield., Esq., Natal Downs. At a meeting of tbe filewarda Inst night, it was unauimously resolved thai any steward charged dinner beer by Mr. Hansford or admittance to toe grand siaud should have the amount repaid to him and the same saoutd oc deducted lroro Mr. Hansford's account. In the police court, yesterday, Michael Ryan, charged on suspicion with etealiug £22, the property of one Casey. 8eniorConst&ble Beggan deposi-a that about half-past.7 o'clock the night before, Michael Ounu and prisoner came to t he barracks j Dami reported that Casey loet £22 tbc night before- aud that prisoner Was Accused of taking it; prisoner came to the lock-up Dunn stated for tbe put pose of being searched ; to satisfy the police that ho hadn't the money j be.ore being searched prisoner said Do had...

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SECOND DAY—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

SECOND WAY-TUESDAY. BRIGHT sunshine and a fine breeze ushered in I the second day of the race6; about noon, the ' breeze died away and (.lie best wub very opprea* «ire in the afternoon. TheNj was « much lurger number on theground than on the preceding day, audtbe raciug "was also much better. The protest lodged against Anchorite was beard by Uie stewards on Monday evening. Spooner, the rider or Ancliorite, adiritted the jostlo, and the stewards decided ia disqualifying both horse and rider for that race, awarding the prise to Warrior. HACK Hprdlb BACK of 25 «o*s.. with a sweep of 2 tors, lo po to pecond hort>e; for all hacks approved bjr the stewards« | 2 miles ovct' t>ix leaps 3ft. (tin. Iiigft ; | weight for a^*c ; post entry I Mr. II. H. itutherford's b.m. Mouse, aged, I (Burnt) 1 ' Stublcy'e Jir. g. Anchorite aged, ' (Baron) ... 2 Bailey's b.g. Chance, aged. (Owner) 3 ; This was a vciy pretty race. Mouse was the | favorite. Anchorite led off, followed by Ohsnce, | Mouse wa...

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