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A Bit of Chivalry. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

A Bit of Chivalry At Wimdwaid « Garden in 4ho city-of San I'VaiicUc.i, writes D'U Giile in n raih>r liajl v ehi-ellcil slntuc of Pandnrn'e raiment, I regret tu date, Ims flipped dawn about licr wai-t in a maun -r mint reprehensible, < Ino evening nbiwt twilight I was patsing tbtt [fray and taw a loop, guanl miner, evidently just enma down from ili« mountain*, nini whom I had Been before, ft Hiding rather aiisteadily in front of 1'atidorii, admiring her shapely figure, hut seemingly afraid to approach iter. Seeing me advance, lie turned! to me with a queer puZgled expression in lii5 funny ryes, and enid with an cane-mess that came near defeating it» jjiirjiofc, "Go-id ov'niti t'ye myannwr." '. Good evening, nir," I r«>, plied, after liaviiif! analysed liis sMuUiiou and extracted tlie sense of it. Lowering liiii viiice to what was in'cnded for tt whisper. the miner, with a jerk of Ilia | thu-nh l'a"d<iriWard,continued, "(itraoger, j d'ye Impn't know *er f" ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Inquest of Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

Inquest of Death. An inquiry relntifrt !<» the cauce of Ifnth of Mnrit* Lonniiom Wa* commenced on Tbur«day ermine by C. ti. Dirkcn, Ksq., P.M. 8ontnr-ea..Ptflb!eOt'gga:i ilvpo.^d : T>r "iclifirf fe»berg reported to bim tin's evening about fight o'clock. tliut. n woman. fiuppi.tnd fo bp Mrs. Lonsirom Imo diosl {»u tin; bofpit/i) rerauduh about live imiiuw* nfWr ^oLlin^ oil' Cobb nnd Co.V co&nh} <t«c dortoi- slnted tlua he wa« unnblc t-» <?cfti(y tho cause of doaUi without holding npnst nuninm ; find *ei'n (1k» body just now iu the jirflWN'*' *.!" the Po!iot» Magis'rabmnd i.t.'iiliGc- it nf I lie body of Mrs. IionRirom. J)r. tirharifcnbtfrj* ili-poseil; \Vus imlledtbis] evening about li oVlurk by Hie ifcardsmiin to Jbe j hoppitu' i lifl snid (but n woman ju«i nn-irvd by j Cobb Add Ctf.'a conch, nviw, According to' bis opinion, *»» dviii# $mu* ; bo euid it was Mr*. J^iictroiu : wbcii lie «out tip found ihe woman! riving. i(n(| filu* expired i...

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President Grant to the Army of the Tennessee [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

President Grant to tlie Army of the Tennessee Tnh Arctv York Herald of the 1st October save 1" The meeting of llio army of the Ten* nesse ut the Optra House in lliis «iity last night \va* very largely attended. Speeches were made by General Sherman, Governor Fletcher, of Mis Bjaii, Colonel Fred. Grant* General Myer, and tinny other* ; bat the chief intercut was in the Bjicech of IN-C'ident Grunt. He was loudly culled for by the audience, u"d advancing to the fo»L'l)j»m&. said that- he supposed ho was called U{»-mj beoausc ho was the firbt commander of the ur>,-y of Tni» *feG^e; and, secondly; bccau-<e he always ut*de short speeches. He had expected to becalled upon, mid had, therefore, reduced . bis ainarlcf to writing. 1J*» then !o->k from h)B packet a paper, which lie rend in a loud tone, and eobiill *vas the vast audience that every word was distinctly audible, H© said: * It. always affords u\n much gratification to meet uiy oM cotaradcs-itz-unus of len u...

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Fierce struggle with a Madman. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

Fierce struggle with Madman. ABOUT 8 tfclflrk on Sunday. November 2Slh, the Bathuret Fruc Pres*). Mr- U. Pointer, proprietor of the Knterprise Warehouse, Howiclt-slivet, was disturbed from hia rcit by a knocking At (lie tide door of his premise*, and 011 descending the stairs and opening (be door lie flaw a wmi slanting in the ]auo< In answer to Mr. Planter's inquiry, the m«u« a big, Imrly navvy, fhiJ tliat be wanted a arink ofwn'ori but Mr. Painter, b-lifrinfl that, (be man from bis npifCaran^e was buffering from the honors, look him by ibe eroi and led him Joan Williams-street, in ibe direction of the lock-up Tbi* man refused however to go. and returned irith Mr. Painter for a drink. Later in (be night lie renewed his Assault- on the door, a>id fi 'ally,, burst in, And was running up stair* Wb< fl lie met El. Paint r dajeu.jhg. Here i£>i dent fctrnjelo ensued, bttd thamari eveiilu-tlly baring (he test of It. he rushed into the beitrjjins folinnred by Mr...

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

THE " W1E3C.' « NT:\V tTERKTA' JOUKXAL for Town nnl Ouuw'rv.iW 24 jiayt'S And Postscript, wiiHio puhlifcihi'd 4>u'. v d,\ UJKUAV MoilNlXti, com mencing oil tliu 1st of .fummiy next- {-price Kourptftut*; SuhscripUoH, !;*>ur SUillm^s p«r QuuJter, or Fifteen sbilltnfrs per Annum, in advance. The " WEEK" will co»tni» all the lut^st Local,'Coloniul, In) er-colcmisO. and Transoceanic Intelligence; vijroroiiD Art-irlcfl npun the most MgniCciiiit l'olitictil nn-l S.»ciul quctinnb of Ibc dny ; insinu'tivc K^nys ujiou nuuicr^ue s oi interest to the Agiifujtunsts, Mind's, Gru7.ii'ra, and oUicr L'rodiiLi* * jtiilio Colony : the poputiu Odd Rotes br si lioiiuuiiun ; interesting Jules and Sketches uf Australian I.iCo, and a large and cartfully wlecti'd variety of oilier matter calcu lated tofl/IiO'd A»tl m»UtCUli'l;l to its readers. Arrangements have been imiAe to secure the latest reliable Tulegraplue News from Uie various lrlaiid and Coust Towns of Queensland, from the adjacent Colonic, h...

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

H. J. W. BOWEER .Sfttorneg, Solicitor, proctor, <£on= " . bcganccr, &c., Oftb 1>o consulted daily at Hubon's "Hotel) MILLC0ESTEK. 5, T. S. darter. . .. s o L I e I TO R Xicnwy'p Mining Exchange Hotel. Charters . . -V*. Qbwera. J. R.cdowan, . , Attorney *m> SOMCITOH, OOMMISSIOtfEU TOE AFFIDAVITS, &o., fi ? . \ CHAM-EBB TOWEUS. H' :j0. T TJ B C E L L. ? M.D, & SURGEON, (UoonBod under the Queensland Medical , ' Board,). Hu HEMOVED from the Club House Hotel to hia tiew residence, nearly opposite the Masonic Hall,- Miocr-Btrcot, -where be can be consulted daalj'J-i; J. A- SDharffenberg, Or. med., PffiifiipiAN, SDEGEQN, AhD Accouciiecb - j).ulj- qualified at the Medical board. , GBABTERB TOWSB8. .. GA CARD,]. JOHN ,; O'FLTNN, iiMnflK^ AGEtfT BEAK'EBEOKEJt ftc., (Qfiioenf tfa Jtainbow (?, M. P.C., Limited.) N«ur l'iernny> Mining, Exobange Hotel. . CHAHTEES TOWEBS. ON WAR JANG. EtOHEKEEPKB, WINE AND Bl'lBIT i i's MEEOUAKT. 1 ' BIB OVKKBD HIS N " K...

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SYDNEY. December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

' December 80. J Afatharand l is three Children were seriously burnt atDflrllnglio^t. i Tbe Sydney team wq\1 the match at Mel* tonnw in one innings, iFiih-one ruii to spere.

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JAN. 1, 1877. Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGELT] BRISBANE. December 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 January 1876

SATUUOAY, JAN. !, 1*77. Telegraphic News. soarirtiRx srrxsn OFFICE, {noir ora erisbiXj: tkixgiut-jnc jiora.T] BRISBANE. December <r0. ! Brisbane iron ibc cri *kct mntch J j 69 runs. It is rumored :lmt Dc Sjat^e'a resignation ie contrfldicled. King ie visiting Mntj-borougli to open tbe bridge orcr ttie Mbit. ( Tbe weather u iutcreety fcotj there wes a rsseofauits'roke yesterday.

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Destruction of Virginia City. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

Destruction of Virginia City. Tub cloud baB not yet been lifted front our coast, and sadness, in one sense, still reigns supreme. No sooner liuve we begun to re cover from the terrible blow cnused by the stoppage of tbe Bank of California, and the Borrow which fell upou all boai is by the lamentable death of its kind-hearted preai dent, than the second^ city of our coast the site of tbe great Coiustock mines, which day by day give nut to muoh silver bullion to tbe world, vis, V<rginia City, Nevada-is swept almost out of etistenoe by a fire as rem r.<ele«s as tnat whiob a few years ego reduced Ohioigo to ashes, which in tho present instance has caused the stop* page of the numerous mines, upon whose produce California depends greatly for her material oxistebco, and rendered perfectly \ honseless not less than 12,000soule. OD Tuesday, Ootober 26, about 6 o'clock a m., a slight fire in the house of a woman of doubtful repute, which at first WBB regarded without al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

CRITERION! The Stock of Drapery AT THE "CRITERION STORES" FOB TDE Christmas; New Year, AND Summer Trade IS MOST COMPLETE! AMONGST u» Numerous NOVELTIES win be bund Magnificent. value in Prints, French print Muslins, Lace striped Muslius, Satin striped Muslins, Spotted, Book, and Mull, Fancy dresses, Brilliant, Marcellas, Black silks, Colored silks, Hosiery, Elores, Striped drill, Polonaises, Lawn babisbe, andpique costumes Ladies' Under - Clothing in large assortment. Silkumbrelks, White and grey calico, from 5d. XAdleB Trimmed & Untrimxned .Hats; Thp tfcrgost Assortment in (lie North! Two Cases of G E M S JUST OPENED. The Boot Department Is thmoi^gtil;. etocked with all the NEWEST STYLES! The Gentlemen's Outfitting , i Department Wm never better mipplled in Northern Queeiy&uid jo Trowsers, Coats, Shirts, . 1 Hats, Poots, Socks, Tweeds, Coatings. The 8TOCK ii really worth looting at, «nd beinf; wptraMImn main afore, gentlemen can be attended to away from the crush of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

WANTED Twenty Sheet* of BARK.-Apply - European Hotel, Rainbow. WANTED a {General SERVANT. Apply at West Coast Hotel. WANTED a BAKER. None but a good hand - wanted. Apply, 0. KERB, baker, Charters Towers. WANTED a good General Foroflb Servant. Apply to Mrs. Fdbobll, Ohuroh Hill, op posite Maaunio Hall. REGULAR OOMMtnriOACION BETWEEN Townsville and Cooktown. THE New Steamer "B A N 8 H E E," built epeoially to run between the above Porta, BAILS FBOM TOWNBVILLE EVEEY FORTNIGHT. Passengers, Horses and Cargo carried at reduced rates. Intending passengers can arrange to meet thii vessel by writing to JAMES BtJENS, l'ownurille. CHARTERS TGWEB8 HOSPITAL.-The Usual Monthly Meeting of the Hospital Oommittee will be held in Gard'a Hotel, Charters Towers, on ThubsoAV Evening, the 6th instant, at 8.80 p.m.-JOHN O'Fcmtr, Seoretaty. ST. PATRICK and Queen Grand Junction Co. -A general meeting of the Shareholders will be held at Owen'a Hotel, Charters Towers, on Saturday, January 8th, at 8 o'clock p....

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INDIA AND THE EAST. (From the Brisbane Courier) BOMBAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

INDIA AND TUB BAST. (From the Brisbane Cntritr) BjUBtV. The featmties in honor of the vwt of H.R.U. the Prince of WaW continue on a *ca'e cf much' magnificence. Hi* lioynl Highness to-daj re ceived the Tint* of several leading Maharajahs, and afterwards held a levee, which wasv.-iy numerously^ attended, and eubnequ-utly pro ceeded to a fete given, to seven thousand native children of all castes, Tbe prince was greatly pleased wiUi the spectacle end |the enthusiasm exhibited by the children. Wreaths of flowers were placed around Lis neck by Parsee girls, and the extreme affability of bis Boyal Highness was tbe subject of much comment. The National hymn-God bless the Prince of Wales-wag sung fay the children in their wilive tongue and the whole scene wjis most striking, 1 The Prinze of ^Jes returned die vitute of several fc' arharajah'e and then visited the Secre tariat and an enormous marque erected on the esplanade, where upwards of twenty-two thou paiid sailors, marines, aud soldie...

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A Strange Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

A Strange Story Tiie papers in Heaping.. Pennsylvania arc tolling what one of Uiem styled a queer And ouuinl atoiy nf a Btraogo affair. Fret-tbo J tending Time* briefly recounted il in its issue of Wednesday morning last. Thut varacious journal Paid: "For the past eight or ten days llio cries of a child Jiavo boon beard night after night, near t he road loading from Blorgantown to Waynes* hprg* A' few nights since A party crossing the mountain eaw a child near the top of a largo troe. in a basket. They beard it ory, end then the basket in which the supposed child wue dis appeared. There is a great mystery coni.oi'led with tbc nfjuir. Quite a number of persons1 have visited tbe plaM." £n the evening tbo jEagle, cf the 6ainc oitylenlargcd upon (lie theme say i ng.-" Fop tbe pof; two weeks tbc cries of a child could bo heara y persons passing along the road, and at first c >thing was thought of it} but an Sunday night ast, as "Robert .Gorman, residing north of Dov [lingtoa, in compa...

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The Machines. MARY LOUISA: [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

The Machines. UABY L0P16A: Tons. Claim. Os.dwt.grs 180 No. 8 North Australian ... 220 0 0 131 Rose and Thistle 21 12 0 No. 1 Contest and No. 4 Lord Nelson going through. ENTERPRISE. 153 No. 1 St. Patrick ... ... 750 0 0 United Englishman gning through'. DEFI1KCB. ; Hung up.

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Correspondence. BURDEKIN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

Correspondence. BURDEKIN. TO THS SDIXOIt. Srn.-Will you kindly allow mc a small space ta your paper to brin^ the following facts before the public P Is a sub-inspector of police allowed to whip black gins in a public place ? A case occurred on Saturday, December 18th, which requires some attention. About 5 o'clock or 5.30, Br4nB four or fire men were sitting outside the Bardeltin Inn, when our Attention was drawn by the arrival of a sub-inspector, driving his buggy and pair as large as life, with a squatter, and the black troopers as bis escort. Boon after his arri val our attenliou was drawn again to the fact that two black troopers were leading an old gin handcuffed : following tlieiu was the sul>* inspector, with stock-whip in hand; alter him came the squatter. Arriving about eighty or hundred yards from the house and in sight and hearing of four women,, they began to scourge this poor oH gin with the stock-whip. One of the men flitting down remonstrated with the sub* inspecto...

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Charters Towers Police Court. JANUARY 4th, 1876. (Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

Charters Towers Police Court. Jakoaev 4tu, 1ST6. (Bcforo C. S. DICK EN Esq., F.U.) Francis ilolfard v. John Pierce alia*, Smith-1 crura-awanlt. ! Mr Carter for complainant, Mr. Cowan for ! defendant i From the evidence of complainant, it appeared ! lie aod defendant were mates in the Eastward Ho, and engaged in a job of woik together. { Some dispute arose, and defendant slapped com plainant on the face end struck him when on the ; (round. He got a black eye in c<jr**quenee. I He offered to settle the matter substftiftntly, if defendant paid the cost of tho sumjft fts, but he ' foiled to do so. .. ' Joseph M'Laren, a boy driving'* the whim j horse on the claim, deposed to seeing the blows struck, but they were not severe/ Fined 10s. and costs. Robert Chambers, charged with being drunk and disorderly, not appearing, forfeited his bail, £2. Police v. P. Nigro-selling liquors after hours. Mr. Cowan appeared for defendant who pleaded, not44 guilty." | Beuior-constable Bcggan d...

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Ravenswood. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

Ravenswood. THE Baventaood Km* has en articlcoa the proapects of that field, which appear to'" be well-founded. <. For RavenBwood the year 1875 has passed quietly, bat has not been retrogade in it* tendencies. During the year our eacortB have conveyed from this field 21,800 ozs. of gold j end, although these figures may appear insignificant boside the returns of our rioher neighbours, they re present a large average for our population. Out of this, 1*2,144 oza. have to be credi ted to the last sis months of the year, which gives an increase of 218Bot over the previous half year. The machines have, hoen fairly employed, many new olaims having been openod with considerable success-sueb, for instance, as the MelU naur No. 1, the Law of Australia, and Australia, and others of minor importance. Ravenewood but not yet lost its charaoter for being a good poor-n.au'a field. The claims owned by the Company represented by Mr. Barton, in wbiob Mr. Mills is largely interested, have e...

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Inquest of Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

Inquest of Death. Tub inquiry, touching ibe death of Marie Loitsirom, was resumed y<*terday at half-post 2 o'clock, before the Police Magistrate. Dr. ticharlftnberg repealled deposed : The stomach and il« contents hare not bean aualysed, because the local cheilitis staled io the police that they had not got the appliances; a medical verdict can only bo a negative one, and lie stated Again that there was uo diBcase to cause the death, particularly. 110 typhoid or malaria fever, beoauso thry would bare left traces; drink and inanition, or hunger, could not hnto done it, be* cause no symptoms of such ware found 5 the dry condition of thn whole muscles and of llic bruin, and the disebnrgo of black stuff from tho stomach, are the only irregularities that havo been ascertained; a suspicion, therefore, points strongly to n narcotic poison, that might hare been taken io ignorance* or in an attempt at suicidc. Sergeant McDonald handed in a telegmm, which he stated be rcoeirod from...

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Chapter of Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

Chapter of Crime. THE Dunolly Advertiser condenses from a single member of the Scotsman the followiug rocora of crime: At Lambeth police court, W. T Hunt, an ac countant of Upper Norwood, was com fritted fop j trial on a charge of having caused the death of Mary Ann Hudson I)y administering uoibou to her, and with haviug attempted (he deaths of Thomas and Hannah Taylor t>y the same means. No motive, beyond that of malignant mischief, is assignable for the crime. At Ipswich, in Suffolk, F. £. Page, a farmer's son, was convicted of killing Fauny Clarke, of whom he was jealouB, by shooting her through the head. At Toulouse ia Franco, a workman named fiourgess has been condemued to death for the commission of three murders on the same day, Two brotners. named Bartholomew, have beeu committed for trial for attempting to murder Mr. Greenaway, a farmer, near Alton, Hants. Two men named Drink water and Stonestreen, have been charged with the murder of a woman, name unknown, at1 Southall,...

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Roohford. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876

Roohford. (From our Correspondent.) Orot little town lifts been very quiet, considering I it is holiday time ; thero has been no drunken j ness or rows of any kind-a thing that was never seen on Eoohford before duriug a Christ - mas week--wo all know the reason of this. I wish the Good Templavs had been somowhere, for in Northern Queensland we think it odd not to see u row or something approaching it at these times, By-tlie-bye* they are all going to meet on New Year's Day and eolebrate the opon ingof thoir hall with a grand tea meoting. I am told that a great many tickets have boon sold both here and in Ravenswood, and it is expected to be a success. A Fublie School has been started here, and the children in attendance number about six teen, with every prospects of more; for, as it was, a married tnau with a family children would not come here to live and bring his little ones away from school. In a letter, signed E. M. Thomas, and headed " Our Hospital," which appeared in Wednesda...

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