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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876
H. J. W. BOWKER Sttomeg, £oltcitor, |3c0ctor, ffionj btgancev, Cm be couulUd in); at HuWn'e Hotol, M1LLCHE8TEB. T. S. Darter. so Jj 10 IT OR TiernejU Hinitif Exchange Hotel. Charter! Damn. ATTORNEY aKD SOCtCITOH, COMMISSIONER FoHJLPFIDAVITS/to., rimMum TnOTM. H&lt;J. P TJ E C ELL. M.D, &' SURGEON, (Uotrieed under tUet^aeenslena Medical 1 Hit REMOVED froM this Club1 HOUBS Hotel to fab newreeidenee, nearlroppoaite tlie Manonln Hall, Mioer-etreet, where be «an be consulted daily, 3. A. Soliarffenberg. Dr. mea., PHYBICIAK, SUBOEON, Hint AOCOUCHBTO Dul/ijtulifled st the Medical Board. ' CHARTERS TOW«ES. (A CURD,] JOHN O'FLYNN, Wtmma AOENT shabebbokeji &c" (Oguecfike Jtauiicn O.M.P.C., bimittd.) Hear Tierney't Mining Exchange Hotel. CHARTERS TOWERS, ON WAR JAMG. STOREKEEPER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHAKT. HAS OFEKED ED N E W 8 T O E E AT OH ASTERS TOWERS. Maoleod & Co., ' GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom Souse fcbd Forwarding Agebts, XOWNSVILLE. I. ALAND, JMIBTIQBSK...
SYDNEY. January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876
SYDNEY. I January 8. I XBtt£nail's Cup.-Yivia, Duke, Wrangler. We 'ourie OlinmpioD 8takea - Bictunond, 0 ldsborougb, Maid-of-all-Work. January 4. The cnokften or: to play a local ma'o'i of eighteen lor the benefit of the hospital in the Queen's Park ; they lpave on Friday. Southern communication interrupted.
[FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 January 1876
[I'liOH OUI1 BElBBiV'E TKLEOHAPHIO AGEKT'] BIUSBANK. January 3. The death of George Thorne^ senior, is re. ported, Wight's advises report good progress in emi gration from the North of Scotland. The Sydney team woo the natch at Warwick in ode innings and eight runs to spare, Cablegram? state that the fighting at Perak is considered to be drawing to a close. A new circular, issued by the Admiralty, io reference to the fugitive plave question, modifies the previous instructions jo regard to the rcccp. tjon of slaves on board her Majesty1* ships. The Times states that Les6cp's has agreed to advance two millions sterling for two years in the Khedive's interest in the Suez Canal. The J)aily Netvs says( England has the option of pur chasing secured until the meeting of Parliament. The French Assembly have adopted severe restrictive Press laws. The Orleans Princes have announced their iu (lotion of withdrawing from parliamentary life. January 4. Thome's death has been contradicted ; he sup...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
LOOI IiIN HAS taken those centrally-situated Rooms k :nwn AS HEHNErs .Mining Exchange liotei, *oerc hopes, by strict attention to busi i«i9t utcAutinoM. and good tabic, to snuot with a fait ghure of support. TKIIM& XI Is. PEE WEEK. rT0 CARRIERS & OTHERS. JCOCEKIELD. Sawyere1 Arra«, nt junction of Charters Towcre aud Millcbcster road begs to inform the Public that be bus now a First-cUsfi Two'Horee Power CHAFF-CUTTER. It Cutu and Refines at tbc srnnc lime. %. Any quantity of Chaff supplied por Tou op the whortest ooticc, aud moderate price. "CALEDONIA HOTEL" STORES, telLLCHEjSTJER. THE Proprietor, In thanking tbc Publican? ! and others in Millclieetcr and Charter j Towers for the very generous support hitherto j accorded him, begs to inform them thai be h£> | made arrangements for a feonstant and regular ; .apply of Wines. Spirits Ates. &ad F^werv.' Candles, Powder, Fuse, and aiiter recmahes &lt; required on tbc Gold'fiield. which he viH veil, a* ] ...
Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
Race Meeting. As aJjournril mooting of the stewards 0r the OhriBtinuB IIucob to held on Tnetdav evening at Stannard's Millotieeter Hrttcl; the nraiident Mr F H. Stublejr, in the ohair. P ' The minute# of the previous meeting wera read and confirmed. The oecretiity, Mr, Ackers, read the following report- and haluooe sheet: CllllIKTMAS BACKS.-RECEIPTS. 13a. December, 1875 To Subscriptions. Obarteis Towers and Miilchostcr ... ... £250 9 0 Net proceeds, eulo of 13oollj6 and ttocc Cards I57 14 0 Etitrunccs ... tit (m 237 10 0 Fines And Protests ..." ... 7 4 0 £G82 17 0 Jaauary4,1876- J'oBalance... £37 4, 0
Rush, O! [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
Rush, O! A Stub t How few can realiso All which that simple word implies, By it shall thousands meet their fates What joys nod sorrows it creates. Ho who but late with poverty Was struggling, 8000 rich shall be, While others who owned goodly store Shall lose it all in seeking more. Many shall curse the day they heard The charm»like delusive word, . And more-now basking iu the smile jOf fortune-tiless the same the while. Thousands and thousands shall be led. By it, the wilderness to tread; To hear privations, toil and slave, Aud find,' at last, an obscure grave. A Busb 1 And ere We yet can state From whence the rumour emanate, 'lis carried round from mouth to mouth, And signalled far, from north to south. A rush! anil at the magio word A thousand sturdy hearts aro stirred, And fresh ereated hopes arise, And urge them on to seek a prize. What reck they of the hundred miles Of trackless bush and desert wilds To some such terrors, no sueh fears, Betard these hardy pioneers. Gold, gold i...
DIS[?]URSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
. DlSBlTEgEliENTe. December, 1875 By Expenses, Collecting and Sta tionery Prized as follows Maiden Plate ... Second Money Ladies Puree Milk'hi-aver Dale Second Money ... Hack ltace Flying Handicap Second Money Hack Hurdle Rue# ... Second Money ... Hack Race ... Towers Handicap Second Money Miners' P«rtse Second Money Members' Purse Steeple Chase Second Money Hack liat-c Christmas Gift Second Money Hurry Scurry /... Publicans' Pura Eutrance returned ... Half-forfeit and Sweep, Cbrist mas Gift, retd. Litle Jobn Protest, returned, Warrior v. Anchorite Entrance returned, Hock Race -plorer Clerk ofCourse Consolation Entrance returued -Dundee Brice, Race Cnrds for Stewards January 3,1870 Tierney... ... Browne, repairing Bridge Higeins, improving Course ... Northern Advocate Account ... Northern Miner Account Orcen, bellma» Clerk of Scales Boulton. Telegram & Expcnees Han6ford, Stewards' Refresh* meat* Presentation to Sccretaiy ... Kibbonand ui&king Rotettcs ... 23 16 0 a 0...
The Machines. ONE-AND-ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
The Machines. OHB*AKD*ALL. TODS. Claim. 268 Old Warrior Lease ... Queenslander (surface) Oz. dwt. grs .. 173 6 o .% 6 0 0 6 John Bright 12 7 0 16 Surface ' 7 7 0 12 No. 1 Washington 8 11 0 No. 2 Merrie &[onarch (surface) going through. Burfaoe, clearing up. ENTSBPEESG. United Englishman going through. UiBV UOUIBl: No. 1 Content and No. 4 Lord Nelson . going through.
Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
Hospital Conimittee. A NruF.RousiiY attended meeting of the Hospital Committee, was bcld at half-past 8 o'clock, on Thursdsv evening, at Oard'a Hota). Present. Her. O, P. Thomas (in the chair), Messrs. Lamond Carter, Mowbray, Rutherford, Unrd, Homing, Graham, Limner, Ticrney, Acker*, Long, Uiudtir. The minutes of the previous meeting were rear}. Mr. Rutherford moml and Mr. Lamoud seconded that they be c7ndrmod. , Mr. Graham moved as an amendment that I they l>o expunged frcm the minuto book. He wished to know by what uurbomy a meeting had beech lielil nt llaneford'a Hotel, after having I heen advertised to be held in the Court Housf, I Millchester. and lapsed for want of a quorum. I The meeting at any other placc tliat night was irregular and cotlLrary to their bye-laws an 1 the Hospital Act. Mr. Hcnning seconded the amendment. UP hod been al the Court Houfeo, Millcheetor, and waited a long time and then left. The previous meeting called at Mr. Acker's, had been adjourn * I cd to...
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
Milling News. Tire exemption from working mines, during tbe Cliristnree kamo, granted by proclamation of the Warden, has not been generally taken advan tage of to it« full extent, either previous to, or after tbe late carnival, and in ray course of visit* to tbe different liues of reefs last week, I found work had been regularly ani indusUiouilvrp-^ aumcd. ** 4 The yield from the St. Pfltriok ienol nearly so great now ae three months back but tbe claims at the lower end are railing etone very Cast. In the p.c, the manager is driving for one reef and opening out the second of the two other reefs in the claim. So no atoue of any CDiisoquence is likely to be got out of thiB wine for toiuc time to come. In tbe block claim no stone has been, or, is being raided since the tcr* main level* it was decided should be put in the full breadth of the mine, have been started, ex* c&lt;p - what has been broken down in the course oi that work and sinking the underlie. Tiro nu ubcrf-1 ani 6 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
" You 6oo, when you dono shuffle off dis nor* tuary coil, and do sperrifc presents itself at (he Golden Gates," argued a coloured revivalist on tbe levee, yesterday, " Gabr'el gvr iue to ask you what Church you 'longed to itide flesh." " Yaas( 1 spec bo/' said the listener. " Ef you 'longca ' to de Misaiomary Baptist, he gwine tole you walk light in and sit by do foot-stool. " Hf you i 'long to do Mcthomdist Church he says stay on i de outsido whar your sboutiu' don't 'Blurb de angola.". "J£f you's ' Piacumpalion " " Holo on, Mr. Meddleton.'doy ain't uo niggers 'Piscum. palioDB. Dem'e all white folks,1' interrupted the listener. .' Dat don't make uo difference," con tinued the expounder of religion 5 " de principle's de same, ain't it P" Ef you're a 'Piscumpalion de angsl say to you*" go ober dar 'moug de white folks." " fif you*s Canoliokt de angol pintyoa to do Yirgiu Mary, an* toll you-" But looV heab, Mr. Medaieton, sposen be dido't 'long to I no church in de fleBh P" auoried th...
THE REEFS. THR COLUMBIA REEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
THE UUEl'S. THR OOLUHBU SEEP. No. 1 S.W.-Got both reefs III the ground* 6 feet through-80 tons of stone In paddock t Poking new shaft to catch underlie of reef at CO . »b. P.C.-30 foot down underlie shaft; reef 4} feet; still continuing underlie; *baft IS feet ,. wide i 200 tonB of stone ready to put-through the mill i working on under reef expecting upper one to oome iuln a few feotj working with* tiiglewhlp. No. % 8.B. just finished crushing £00 tonB for a little over an or. yield; s one taken from big . reef sic or seven feet 06 fret down underlie) sinking second straight shaft. where rref is llkeiy to be got about 90 or 100 feet, At wbloU depth there will be about 60 feet of bucks. No. £ S,E. down with straight theft 110 feet, 20 feet further cxpecb to cut i*ef-hard sinking. No. H 8.8. 70 feet down in aavanee shaft; sot uppor reef at 64 feot in one of the btok shaft*, and the underlying reef 16 feet deeper, top reef dipping steeply and carrying most gold at this ond of the'line....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
H. J. W. BOWKEE Sttorneg, Solicitor, proctor, &lt;Eon= | begancer, Scc.. Can be oonsulted daily at HiBhon*a Hotel, H1LI.CHK8TEK. T. 8. Carter SOLICITOR Tiernej'a Mining Exchaugc Hotol. Charters I Towers 1 J. R. Cowan, ATTORNEY irfn SOLICITOR, OOMMIBSIONEll me AFFIDAVITS, to,, CllikTRiiB Towkhb. (T P U R C E L~T.| M.D, & SUBGEON, (Licensed under the Queensland Medical Board,) Has FEMOVKD from the Olul) House Hotel | .to his new residence, nearly opposite the Masonic I Hall, Miner-street, where lie oan be consulted j daily, J. A- Soharffeuberg, Dr. med., PHYSICIAN, BCBOEON, am ACCOUCHEUR Duly qualified at the Medioal Board. OHABTBBS TOWERS. [A CARD,]' JOHN O'FLYNN, ^MINING AOKNT 8HABEBBOKER *c" (fifiefnftheJlaMom G.it.P.C., Limited.) Near Tieroej-'i Mining Erchango HoUjI. CHARTERS TO WEBS. ON WAR JANG. 6 TOEK KEEPER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. tu OrKKEP HI8 N B VP S T O il E AT OHAItTKRo TOWER6. Maoleod & Co., U1CNKEAL 8TOHKKHKPMIS, Custom House Bud Forwarding A...
Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
Telegraphic News. KORTirUBX IfXA'EJl OFFICE, OUB BRIBUJNF. TELGOUAPHIO AOKM'] BRISBANE. J&nuaiy 6. The Sidney eleven versus locul team, for the benefit of the hospital. The Sydney team won in one innings, with three runs to spare. Cablegrams state that Schenok, (he American plenipotentiary to England, harf enquired of Earl Derby the views of the British Government respecting tho collective intervention of the European powers, with a view of stopping the bloodshed now reigning in Cuba. A definite answer has been deferred, The English Press disapproves tho fresh cir. cnlars issued by the Admiralty, modifying pre vious instructions in reference to thB reception of fugitive slaves oa board of men o' war. Three of the Northern powers interested have drawn up a «cbeme to effect veforma in the Government of Turkey j it includes a proposal for religious equality ntjd other radical cbfuige*, especially devling with the taxation of the country. . Discount, 4 per cent. January 7. Sing,...
Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 8 January 1876
SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 167C. NOTWITHSTANDING our undoubted wealth j it is an undeniable fact that tbo | Hospital is now in a state of financial difficulty, and is only able &lt;o can'v on by tbe support of the Queensland National Bank. The present ifl no exceptional cose, the institui ion has been in a state of chronic atrophy since ever it started. There i&lt; a general feeling that the institution is mis managed. The proceedings at the meeting on Thursday night show a lamentable Uxness in conducting the affairs of tlio institution. The meetings lire called in one place and held in another against ull law and precedent. The accounts are bundled into a confused mass before a' committee of nearly twenty persons to bo there and then inspected and passed. In similar institutions elsewhere there is a Finance Committee, whose duty it is to examine and pass the accounts before submitting tliem to the General Com mittee. The work thus distributed-be comes light for all. Keary...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876
SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS TOWERS and TOW.NSVILLE. I. LISSMIt&SO. BBS to thank the public of Charters rowers, Millchester, and surrounding districts fob the very liberal support hitherto accorded them. Being the PIONEER-STOREKEEPERS of this field, they bBve always endeavored to far ther the intereitfl ntid Jprqgren of the field ivnd Imputation to the be«|_ ef .their abilities and pecuniaiy position, and after ^ term of four jean, find themselves, "iKiiiVe $othe public," amply rewarded. I. L. & CO.'S f>oiineps hat projrresicd with the Field, and tbej'ire non- in a position -to offer to the public Advantages - In SBsortmeot of stocks, low pricbs, land accomo dation second to none ofi^p j-iritf firms, which have since storied butitiees &lt;on the " Cash," 41 Plain Figure*," sod other principles. The approaching wet tfeawu has iuduced us to procure extensive Blocks of General Merchandise In adranoe of the demand in quality, oVsortmeBt, and price, to suit tbe Whole...