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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

I Mining News Tbe work boing carried on in oir principal wines Is of the steady uueieniful. though fruitful kind which u»iifiliy charactfritjes mining progress on tliifi field. If we hear n.» eensa* tional items to leporl, though we can at Ina^t note that, ibo continuous carliug of Hone in tu , the rnille fc still going on, and that mining tnanagm generally regret thu lack of crintiing power */.nd bettor appliances for extracting tho Hold. X am constantly hearing of new levels being put in and fresh stopesond hacks being broken down, in nearly ail eases ibo reef irn* proving in its cold bearing capacity and making ue it is opened out. So that being (be rule and alto the reefs getting denser in the mundic level, it its aaUsfactory to luow that new machinery , will lie an increased grin to the whole coinimiu* ) ity. The tributer* »ti the No. 4 North Australian i have gol u guoil reel a fuv/ foet dow? the. und I lie und some *«tv good gold with il. The liuvelock lino looka better than ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Merry Christmas and "My Opinion of you." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

A Merry Christmas and * My Opinion of you." "A Merry Christmas!" veil, my boy, many J tliAuks for wishiug joy, But it*6 not like to come to pass; I bare a fair claim (on a line of good name,) And A few torts of etone upon gran. . I'd bo tntrrv, were I handy, to tum them into brandy, (I'm An enti'teetotaUer still;) Bot votes yon con count your tons by the score, your ohances are deriliib poor Of getting them thfough tbe mill. The St. Patrick, BalnboW, Australian and <Jueeu, are crowding tbe yards eo at each machine, it# onlr by favorsyou'll get Tbe mail parcels through-though between ! and you- , I think they'll look after them yet. J&Bt" bide ye u wee," and I fancy you'll eec. The time (ana thnt no distant date,) When D e, H n, apd 8 d, and T li may bo glad Togelcreo a iew hundredweight. How many we know who bare left a "gooi .bow/1 " Jacked up/' or eold out41 for u song," Through some wouster crusbiog, each batten' rushing* And kocping waiting too long. And as to...

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THE REEFS. THE HAVELOCK REEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

T II E It E E F S . THE H A.Y KI.OCK BEEF. No. 1 KobL-60 feet down underlie; good mute die reef 8 inches thick mid making ; a few tons of etoue up ; still sinking on underlie. ; P.O.-40 ions of mundio stone in paddock j lookibg well for 4 or & ounces ; levels to be put in 80 feet eacli way bofore rising. giving 70 ieet of backs one side and 40 tbe other i reef 20 to 24 inebes thick both sides of tbe 142 feet Icrel; tbo best Ktouc supposed to He close on the boundury of No. 1 west in the block to be sloped out. No, 1 West. - Now included in o acre tease, working by a whip &t IbcHO feet shaft; reel I bin and not so good as formerly bnt coming id thicker i if within 60 feet of'present foot of underlie shaft pood stone comes in, levels trill be started * a block of stone is left to break dowt close to where the shoot of gold was obtained . lease ebuft is 40 feet deep and ihe rock is getting easier to work. THE MOONSTONE KtlF. P.C.--Coining up from 80 foot level, workinf ...

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Millchester Police Court. DECEMBER 20TH. Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

Millchester Police Oourt, DljCJ.MIJKIt 20l')l. (Di'turu C. S. Dickkn ]Cs«q., X'.M.) Jolm Mttliuu, uti rcumud, with imrau. stealing. Tiic cvidoneo of Constable Little. taken on the lBtb before Ibc Police Magistrate was road orer. He deptoift Ihut ho laid an information Against prisoner and arreblcd bim on currant chargcd with 0toa!iug a bay molding branded U .TU conjoined on near and oQ* shoulder, the pro. |»crty of AVilliniu McDovjjrfiil, of Milhhcttcr . roudjflfc? wnrrflnt lo prisxicr-f it freigni'd \V B. E. M. Charters, J.P.; arrested prisoner oo the HittcheBter atid TownsviNe road at 6 o'olock ; oh the morning of theilth; after reudiog the wttt&ht priBohfcr,j*aid that Was the brand of the toni tte aoldtb tflb man at (tie Burdekin Hiver } hfe bau lie diajdfrjk *now what was the matter wtthbUu or what mad* him take the horse i he sua fab had bifeb .drinking; brought him to Miilcbksterj attested him about 40 mileB from MlllAhtater; he was going towards Towosrilie. Allan VoDo...

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Charters Towers and Millchester Christmas Races, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

Charters Towers and Mtil chester Christmas Races,1875. Monday opened with lowering ekies and a slight rain. How Die day would turn out was A fruitful topic of speculation until about .10 o'clock when the opinion that it would bold up gained ground, and there was a general more to the race course. The dnv fortunately proved propitious, u dark, grey canopy of clouds ob scured the sun all dfty and a slight breeso made everything pleasant. There was a good gather ing and the various booths wera veil patronised. The sparring saloon attached to the Sportsman's Arms booth-a novelty introduced by Mr. Cooper-was thronged during the day and some xerf pretty sport wiib afforded, some, of our local celebreties coming out unexpectedly in striking attitudes. Tbo Grand Stand presented . lively appearance' It was a'great improve ment on former shows, being inucli larger and the seats being far more secure and comfortable. Mr. Hanifera spared so pains to proride t»cco raodatiou for his visitors, and...

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

THE " W3&EK: AKft' WJCKiyliY .KH'RXAL for Town and Country,of 24 page* nnd Postscript, will be published every HATUJiDAV MOUK1NU-, com mencing on the 1st of January next;-price Fourpenee; Subscription, Four Shillings per Quarter, pr Fifteen eliilliugs per Annum, in pdr&nce. * The *.' WEEK" will contain All the latest Local, Colonial, Inter-colonial, and Transoceanic intelligence; vigorous Articles upon the tnoil significant Political and fctocial questions of tbe day j instructive tiasays upon numerous subjects pi interest to the Agriculturists, Miners, Graziers, and other Produce * in the Colony : the. popular Odd Notes: by & liohetnian ; interesting Tales And sketches of Australian Life, and « large and carefully selected variety of other matter calcu lated to afford instruction and amusement to its readers. Arrangements hare been made to secure the latest reliable Telegraphic News from the various Jciand and Coast Towns of Queensland, from the adjacent Col...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER Sttorncg, Solicitor, proctor, (fEotu feEganccr, &c., Can bo consulted daily at Hisliou'e Holo], M1LLCHESTEH. T. B. Carter. SOLICITOR Tiorooy'e Mining Exchange llotol. Charters Towers. J. R. Cowan, ATTORNEY ADD SOXiIOITOE, coMiassioNBtt»k;jFriDAvn3, &«., Ohambbs &.<hiBs. 57 P ff EC E lT. M.D, & SURGEON, (LiconBod under tbo Queensland Medical - Board,) Has BEMOVED from the Club House Hotel to hia now residence, nearly opposite the Masonic Hall, Hiner-streM, where be oan be oonsulted daily, J* A- Scharffenberg, Dr.med., Phybioian, SUEGEON, and Accoucheub Duly qualified at tiio Medical Board. OBABTEftB TOWEBB. [A Card,] JOHN O'FLYNN, ^MINING AGENT SHABEBUOKKH tc" (Offteeof the Jtainhmr G.M.P.C., Limited.) Kear Tieroej's Mining Exchange Hotel. CHARTERS TOWEE8. ON WAR JANG, 6TOHEKEUPEB, WINK AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. BAB OPENED HIS NEW 8 T O tt E AT CHARTERS TOWERS. fflanleod & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, 'Custom House nod Forwa...

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Tlegraphic News. NORTHERNMINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

Telegraphic News. SORT ITER X MISER OFFICE, oim buibbanf. teleobaphic Aon>T ] BRISBANE. December 2B. THE weather has boon unusually hot and oppres sive ; Christmas Day reported to be the hottest experienced for fourteen years. Over three thousand persons wc»e preseat at the cricket match. Queensland in the first, in nings scored 121; Sydney two wickets down for twenty. Cablegrams atats Ibat the Prince of Wales has been most enthusiastically receired at Calcutta. A despatch from Karl Carnarvon to Governor Berkley distinctly withdraws the proposal for a conference of delegates to consider the federation of Africa settlements, believing that the discus sion proposed bas fully accomplished the object, The election for the French Upper House or life senators have concluded. Fifty-seven tnem» bcrsoftho Left Centre have been roturned. The several powers interested have beeu invited to give tbeir coneignatures to the treaty of Paris in support of tlieir scheme for radical reforms iu the ...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

WEDKESDAY, DKpEMBKB 29, 1676, THE evidence of Mr. JOHN DEANE, owner pf the " Defiance'' crushing-mill, given in tlie police-court last week, in the case against his amalgamator for stoa'ing cold, discloses sume facts not generally known liithefto on the field. It qppeacs to be a "custom" at this mill for "all hands" to pick up amalgam and convort it t > their pwn use. That th 'Be pickings are some thing substantial admitted, as much as eleven ozs. pf po!d heing knocked off one stumper head,-ui fact from £35 to £40 may be made at this little game in n few minutes. The owners of the stone, it is paid, with ehaming simplicity, arc told to take all the gold they can sec. Most of the owners of claims here arc, it in well known, perfoct'y acquainted with nil the mysteries of a crusbin^-mUl; every hoi - anJ corner where amalgam could penetrate is familiar to them, and when lhey take pll tlie gold th<*y c.m see, be sure, there is nothing I-Ft behind. However oxt-nor dinary it ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 December 1875

MARRIAGE. HARVEY—SUTTON.—On the 24th instant,ait St.   Phillip's Church, Millchester, by the Rev. Cadwaladr P. Thomas, and special license, Mr. Joseph Harvey to Miss Eliza Sutton. Both from Charters Towers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

CRITERION! The Stock of Drapery AT THIS "CRITERION STORES"! ron tiil* | Christmas, New Year, AK1) Summer Trade IS MOST COMPLETE! AMONGST tlie Numerous NOVELTIES Trill be found Magaifioont value in Prints, French print Muslins, Lace striped Muslins, Satin striped Muslins, Spotted, Book, and Mull, Fancy dresses, ; Brilliant, Marcellas, I Black silks, Colored silks, Hosiery, Mores, Striped drill, Polonaises, Lawnbabisbc, and pique costumes' ladies' Under - Clothing in large assortment. Silk umbrellas, White and grey calico, from 3d. Ladies Trimmed & Untrimmed Hate; TbeLargest A*§ortment in tbc North! Two Cases of G E M S JUST Oi'KKEI). The Boot Department le thoroughly etockcd wilb nil <lie NEWEST STYLES! The Gentlemen's Outfitting Department Was tiercr belter supplied in Northern QtiscnsUocI in browsers, Coals, Shirts, Hats, Boots, Socks, Tweeds, Coatings. flit srOOK is roaHy *ror|.li looking at, and being separated fromtnafn store, getstlomon ctin tie attended to a...

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The Fat Man's Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

The Fat Man's Association. Tiie tii >th auual clambake nf the Ft| MnnVAsiociation took place «t Gregory'* I'osnt, Connect!. at, on 25th August, Sperin) conveyance of special strength bad (o be employed to take the guests to an3: from the shore where the " bake " was held.' WiliUm Portion, the president of the u.-BuciotioM, weighing 873 lb, or nearly 21 stoiio, though lie Se only twenty-sir years of ago tvns brought fr«m W*tcrbary in a box oar. Mr Sherwood (820 lb) was more studious of hi a dignity. He com'* from New Milford on four eeaip of a pas senger oar, having been' skilfully got in anil oat of the car by a gang of platelayers armed with crowbars, levers, and screw j'icts. l'ri'.r to dinner tho bar room of the hotel WEB rather eaowded by grea 1 incn,- and no wonder. Therein " Baby " Morphy weighing 303 lb talked with Link' Fi-k, of 337 lb nod with the preai dent end a couple of other*. First they shook hands, then took two drinks; theu they shook hands again, and took anothe...

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Terrible Stor[?]s in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

Terrible Storms in America A. grout storm liag rnged along the Gulf Ciiant. It was particularly severe in Louisiana ouri Tegae. Telegraphic com munication with Galreaton BOB interrup ted for tonic days. Tlie Iinlf of G* vefcton It-lend wnB flodded, 200 email buildings, tlenioli-led, several churches were onroufed T/ib greater part of the lity was iimn* <)alcd. Six vessels wore sunk in'the harbor mid several were etrande on the heaoh; four men wcro drowned, The railway bridge, two miles long, over the bay, was liroken in several places. The damage iB estimated at 1,000,000 dollars. Kqainuc tial storms also did much damage else i where. During the storm at Galveston the steamer Australian, loading in the outer harbor with cotto for" Liverpool, put to sen. She was afterwards driven ashore tixty miles west of Galveston, No lives wito lust. Mews from Philadelphia to 21st September states that the XhdiiQol* storm began on the 15th. The east wind, ?t liiclt prcv iled, increased ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

fTolltHca|?V I*}IU.-The Hour of Dnuger. Disease commonly comes on with fcltyjit symp tome, wbich, when nngleeted, increase in extent and gradually grow dangerous-n conrlttion irhicb betrays the grossest remtanecs-wlit'i] these Pills, taken in nceordmco with llieir accom panying directions, would not only have chrckcd, buteonquend tbs incipient disorder. Patients daily forward details of lht»most remarkable and instructive c«sdb in which fiuiely attention to Holloway'fl advice bat undoubtedly saved thorn from nevere illness. Thpie fills act primorly on the digestive oJ'ganB, tfhlch tbuy stimulate when elow and imperfectAnd, ^eoonrtly, upon ilia blood, which *is thorough)/ purified by thvm .rheuce is derived the general tone iiicy impirt' and their power subjugating bypocUondriacUm dyspgptia, and nervous complaiuta. rAKTED Twenty Sheet® of BAUK.-Apply Uuropeftu Hotel, lUinbow. flfAttrBDa Guncral SKKVANT. Apply nt * i Wufifc Coast Hotel. WANTifiU a liAKi£R.. None hut a good blind waite...

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Perilous Feat at Sea by Blondin. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

Perilous Feat at Sea by Blondin. A GENTLEMAN, who wan a passenger on board tbe P. and 0. steamship Poonali, sends the following to tbe Sydney Echo. The P. snd 0. mail ctenmor Ponnah was ob Iter first voyage to Calcutta, after the com pletion of tho alterations and improve ments which hate been made in her, and at 5 o'clock in tbe afternoon of October 19, wben'the ship was between Aden and Galle, Blondin announced that be was ready to try tbe feat -of walking on the tight rope in a seaway, and undertook to walk from tbe main to the mizen mast and back, A seven inoli hawse* having been made fast to tho mizentop rore through a heavy block in the maintop, and hauled taut by the steam winch on deck, lateral motion ires prevented as far as possible by guys made fast to the side sliip; but tbo motion of the Vessel herself could not be avoided, and the main difficulty was the long, slow, confused swell, which, at tho change of the monsnon, seems, in those seas, to come from different quarte...

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MELBOURNE. December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

KKCBOBflNE. recembcr 20. J " The Univerei'.j- Art, Amendment Bill, per mitting women top-»duW li»« p/is»od Um ililrd

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General Riley's Speech. IN THE MISSOURI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. FEBRUARY 8, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

General Riley's Speech. . IN THE SUSS001U HOUSE OK UliPRKS- j SENTATIVKS, | l'liriHUjEV 8,18li\. After* Jon*find heated diffusion on ibo ref<r ence of u bill amending the charter of the City of Corondelot to u standing committer ol (be floUEl', Mr. Jtiley obtained the floor, and addressed the ttou«o. Mr. fp aker. -F e*yb:»<7y Is a | itching into thi* tauii'T lite t<MU fr'fg? iuto a willow stratup oil a lovely evening in tbc tulnvr month of June, vriicn the'iOflloR- light of the new mion fills iviih ft delicious lload the (hit., ciher.»il atmospheric air. (Ap;>lausc.) Sir, 1 vrant lo put in u word or lttrbaps a word mid a half. There seetns to be a disposition to fight. 1 say, if there is any fighting lo be done, eoiiu* on V tib your corn-c»b$ and ligbt<;ning-bugd 1 (Ap plause.) Now t icrc lias been a groat de-il of bombtet hereto-day. 1 call it bombast frmi *'Alpha'* to "Omega." Sir> ibe question to refer is a great and raagnifieiont...

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LONDON. December 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

I.ONSIN. itir KrrJ of L^rbr, sppuVinjj a » public ban* quet, expressed bis l>« Jiof\ thatt%e European power* interested ate sinccr^ in their desire lor the pe.icdftti solution of ths Ksetefn c;ueptioii. The Millobfester dramatic nu.ateurs pare u: performance in the Sch <o\ of AriV.m aid of the ; rondo, on Wentiatdiijr o'caiiig. A* tarn of £L5 *a» u&ea on the occasio t. The Oood Xcmplars had a t*ja rcocling on Thursday flight in t he Primary ScUqmI I ilr. Rots Bobinaon presided. Tne pr'icepdingefwore en» 3ire?ed byto'tgo and jetUati Jiw, «nd ft very tin* joyoMe evening was ep2nt. Tiio setting took ,;laee on Thnt^day tiigjtat Tieroey'a Mioinp Kschange llotd. \B?erythjng passed off pleasantly. £510 was pW over for prices. The winners and sLuwards ehoucd cham pagne, and the w «iing closed wit-liVbe usual cviv&oirit'e. \ Compounding a felony is MI indiotubla offencc. (There was a eftSii yedU-rduy v/iich Jolted fvry iibe it, The scr-jeant of p^lire st«t vd t ...

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Two Hundred Lives Lost at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

two Huudred Lives Lost at Sea. The sle.imer M Pacific," until lately tlie property ol the J'auiflc Mail Company, li'fi Victoria. firiijf.]j Columbia, on t he 4tb S'oremiwr, for San Fra'iris 'O, with orcr 209 souls on board, in wta.it wouli 6Ci'Ui to hare been an entirely uHecaworthy c.ndiiiijn. Two d.ivs alter tlic American chip " Miu.'engcr" picked up, at sub part of ihc pitot'a hoti** litlongiit* tj fclif 44 i'acifi,'/' nnd a man num d Jellej, who apnmrfi to faoto boon t!u» mi}* oil? ot iiil on board left to describe foundering of t io vr.MchcJ Mc4n ftlilp*' He sav« .-41 My q .mc i6 Henry Vre e ick Jelly. I took <-abiji jiassagc on ooard t fie ateamsbip .' iVrilic," of which J. I). Howll vai master, on I'hurMiay, the 4tli instant, for San Francis, and on the fame morning the steamer left, the uarbor of Victoria, BaitUh Columbia. Thi-J'e were about LU) people on hoird, more or h'Sa, | and we elej.ao I ulJ tU*t day ogatnrt, a bead wi id ; ?blowii>tj Imm tlio sou lb-eas...

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Charters Towers and Millchester Christmas Races, 1875. THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

Charters Towers and Winches ter Christmas Races, 1876. THIRn DAT. The programme for the third day's raring true ?uffii'ienl!) attrfcniire to draw nearjj' ns Inr^c a crowd ab vii Tuc^Jnj1 ur SlondAj. T.'ic Sttt'p'e CI'asp was lite grL'at fculureot (he dav'g sp «rt, a»d it- piyrrd a capita! raw. Titers w*ra Are entruneor, but CbAhca 01 d Gaifcr <3ray were frtatche-.l. IUKDIC&v STBrr<£ Cjms. ol 50 bov#.p with « sweep of 3 eovf. to go to second boree* two mile* ; over eight leaps 4ft higb. Mr. Mossmnti'a reiugivtph, 361. Slbs. (Q-. MOSSHI:iq) 1 Mossnivi'* bi\j». Baron, list. Ifllbs (ti.HoBivnti) ... ... ... 2 Telegraph led orer the first fence. At (be third fcju-e Mouse Ml, und m the fourth An thorite baulked. They jwtwd lUe Grand Stand tho first round In ibe fol'owjog order-Teh' pra-jh fir?t, Mouse second, and Anchorite third At die third fcuce Huron baulked, but pioked hinuelE up again; a< the fuurih fence Mouse mid lWojl baulked; Moupc> did...

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