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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1874. THE Provincial Committee intend laying before Mr McIlwraith, the Minister for Works, when he visits this gold-field, a programme comprising subjects of great im- portance, not only to Millchester, and   Charters Towers, but to Townsville and the whole district. Unlike the " Northern Manifesto," this programme dealt, not with subjects of abstract constitutional rights or imaginary grievances, but, with plain matters affecting, the interests and well- being of all classes in our own electorate. Prominent among those subjects are two — the question of conferring on the Warden's Court the power of dealing with applica- tions for leases of auriferous areas; and the question of a railway between Townsville and this gold-field. On the first we have already expressed our opinions. There are few persons on this field who will not admit that giving power to the Warden's Court to grant or refuse applications for leases would remove the dissatisfaction now...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Notes and Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

Notes and Events.   The Dalrymple mail did not arrive last even- ing we have not in consequence, received our telegram from Brisbane. All claims on this field are protected from fine or forfeiture for non-working from the 3rd to the 8th inst. inclusive. The Government offices during the race days will be open from 9 to 10 . a.m. only. A Meeting of miners will be held to-day at the Junction Hotel, at 3 o'clock, to organise a collection in aid of the hospital, The object is a good one and we hope to see the managers of the sevaral reefs present, and a good attend- ance of claim owners.   We are glad to find that there is a probability of the discoverers of this gold-field receiving from the Government the reward they have ap- plied for. Mr. G. E. Clarke one of the appli- cants received a letter last week from Mr. Macrossan to the effect that he had waited on the Minister for Works in reference to the sub- ject, and from his reply he concluded that the reward ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

THE NEW RUSH.   WE take the following account of the new rush to heads of the Mitchell from the Cooktown Herald of the 8th July. The particulars were furnished to that journal by Mr. Yaldwyn who left the Palmer on 30th June. The new rush is at Sandy Creek which comes into the Palmer on the other side of Thompson's range, at the head of the Watershed of the Mitchell. The new rush has during the last fortnight created quite a furore amongst the diggers, the exciting news received from it having turned all their heads, and they were leaving everything to try their luck in the "fresh fields and pastures new." On the 20th June intelligence was re-   ceived that payable gold had been struck in Sandy Creek, and various were the rumours, as to the nature of the returns, extravagant re- ports alleging that some men had got as much as 600 to 700 ozs. in a very short time, and that all were making from 3 to 4 ozs. per day, this latter turned out to be nearer the mark,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

Miners' Arms Hotel, jjcin^AN begs to notify lUat alie lias- twkea tbe above hotel, and hopcB by viliiy and strict attention to business to merit nbai-a of public bupport. r«y Best Brand* of Wucj/SjriviU und Ales kept. ECCLES & POG^OW, Lemonade <$' 5orfa Water Manufacturers, U3AHTERB TOWEUS. C3" All umpires uot ictumcd chargcd DtJ. cftcV CATHOLIC CHURCH. JStpb. irattirr'.eilcmcntoiu, CUAETEES TONVEBS. GENT for Sale nf Northern MINER -~ut Charters Towers-Mr. E. F. lvcrA'i^L, FiiETCHER & WALKER, SOAP maxufactu&ers, TOW2JBVILI.E. Cg- Country Storekeepers supplied ou liberal teJitts. ONSALE.-THE COOKTOWNHE11AID. at thifi Office. Misaing^Frlend. ~jiA~AXVYELIj MARSHALL write at jy. once to your Brother Henry, at Mil waukee, \Sri&oon6LU# United State®. Ravenswood Nctico. "jJAlfMliSTS fur Siiliscripiioua, and a J vcrUflomeate in llic Northern Miner, will be re ceived by Afr. G. L. XtimieiufOHD, liavouewood. CAUTION! i SnuriouB" Holloway'e Pills and ...

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THE NEW GOLD FIELDS REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

NEW GOLD FIELDS REGULATIONS. IK reply to many inquiries wo bog to stato that we hare not yet received a copy of tho new regu lations. We give tho following comuionts front the Gympie Times of tho loth in rofcronco to tho rough draft of the regulations, In lust Wednesday's paper ire stated that tho mining regulations of tho Gympie Local Court would very probably be found preferable to tboi9 tho Government contemplate issuing. Our opin* ion is founded upon the rough draft of the Government code of regulations issued withono of the editions of the Gold-fields Bill some time ago j and we now- intend to refer to -certain clauses therein contained with a view to justify ing that opinion, an i still further pressing the question, Government or Local Regulations, upon the immediate atentiou of all whom it may oon* eern. The following are o few of the retrogressive features of the Government Gold-fields regula tions, according to the before-mentioned rough draft, and, lor aught we know, now ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. Friday Evening. BRISBANE. Tuesday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

JEelcgtapljic Nctos. [FBOlt OUR DDISBAKB TELECBAPHIC AOBKT. NOBTHEBN MI KGB OFFICE. Friday Evening. BRISBANE. Tuesday. September 1. The harvest in England is closing, the result fa eatiflfactoiy. The "Great Eastern" is laying another Atlantic cable. McMahcm lias returned to Paris after a tour through firittsny. His rcceotion was quiet and orderly. There are occasional Republican mani festations. In replying to an address he reitera ted his resolution to uphold the - character and authority of the Prosiaency daring the Septen nate. The sittings of the Brossels Conforcncc have dosed.

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Kirk Diggings. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] September 1st, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

Kirk Diggings. [FROM A 00 JIBES PONDENT.] September lot, 1874. Tire thought sf-ruok me tbe otlier day that some of your readers would like to lie&r how the reefs were sliaping here, so I made it my business to go round ana eoo them, the first I vfoitod was tho " Morning Star Lease", in this claim the shareholders are raising stone from a uiundic reef at n depth of 108 fe*t,and the reef is 4 feet thick, (he stone from this lerel is liow going through tlie mil), the tables showing Tor 4 ounces to tho ton, thoy are raising stone from different levels, but they find that tho deeper they go the better tho stone is, there ore about 70 tons per week raisod on this claim, and crushed by their ; own mill, tho No 2 reef is nine feet thick, and j yields about one ounce to the ton, they' are saving nil their tailings thnt is from the munilie and it is generally believed that they contain more geld than what they get out by the present process, tho manager showed mo some splendcd mundic ...

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SYDNEY. September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

September 1. Ten thousand persons went to sec Blondin. Speculation scratched for the Metropolitan. Horatio, Goidsborougli, Arrow, Kite, the leading favourites

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MELBOURNE. September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

MELBOUUNE. September 1. 1 Two women hare suicided. On Saturday there were large sales of Stud cheep : tremendous prices realized.

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Mining Notes. THE MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

ffltittng Nctos. THE MACHINES. VENUS.-271 tons Alexandra, No. fi, 305oz 12dwt ; 47 tons Sunburst, p.c., 18OE12dwt; 44 tons Washington, p.c.. Ifloz 2dwt; 44 tone Wandering Digger, p.c., 48or, lldwt; 3D tons ISmprcsB of the North, p.c., 22oz ; 83 tons Con test, p.c., 27oe lldwt; 22 tons Martin Lyons, No. 1, 7Goz 16dwt. Mountain Maid, p.c., nnd Pci'scvcrance, p.c., in retort. Duke of Welling ing, No. 1 E, llainbow, No. 4, sad Hit-or-Miss, p.c,, going through. ONE AKD Axii.-178 tons No. 4 Queen, 186OE lGdvrt; 161 tons No. 2 Hit-or-Miss, 85oz 12dwt. No. 2 HiUor-Misfc, and p.c. Quecnslander going through. NEVEU DESPAIB.-35 tons No. 4 Queen, 109oz Cdwt. No. 2 Moonstone in retort. No. 2 Wynd bam and No. 6 Queen going through. MAnr LOUISA.-No returns-only Stockholm in retort, Talisman and No. 1 Duke of Welling toiigoing through.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

NOTICE. William A. Ackers & Co., ] Auctioneers, Commission Agents and Sfiarebrokers, Sfc. OFFICE L YARDS ADJOINING B0CIIANAN'§ COURT HOUSE HOTEL, MIIM1HEBTEH. N.B. All commissions entrusted to the aboro i will teoeive immedidto fctttention. + " Account sales promptly rendered. will hold Sales of Hobses, STOCK, &o., at *' Woodbourne'e " Roofers' Anns" Hotel, - ' '' Qfiortcr. Towetit EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock sharp. »% Entries at tbc offlco adjoining. Notice.' AXiLEN BROS., *» Op BYDRr.y AND ToVWfBVlLLE. Wholesale Sf Prodnce Salesmen, MILTCHESTER. HAVE opened business at the otd " SOV EREIGN HOTEL, Millchcster, with a large supply of CORN U BRAN alwqye on hand. BUTTER, BRAN, CHEESE, POTATOES. ONIONS. CJ* Jill orderfylcliccrc&free. We have authorised Mr, O. C. BDGLEY, to act for us, sod intend to supply customers at cheap rate, baring our own teams on the roa d. ALLEN BROS. Itillchcster, duly 18th, 1874. Millinery and Dressmaking Establishment MIIXC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

®fje NoiUjcnt jaincr,} " A WEEKLY PAPER, fipecielly devoted to the interests of the ^liners of Northern Quecnelond, XS rCBLieJIED r» uilloiibbtbh SYS&Y BMTODAT MOBNIKa. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Per Quarter, fls. f JOT Annum, odeguineft: in all cases payable in advance. advertisements. gCALE OF OKABOBS. '' Pint eight lines (one inch) ' . iSvery, additional iucli (or frnc tionofan inch) .. Uo advertisement will fee booked undor 8s. On advertisements "insortod eight consecutive >timM,. 10 |>er cent. discount will.bo allowcdi thirteen ditto* 26 per cent. BirtiiB, Marriages, and Ijcatbs, (which muitin ell ewes be volt authenticated and paid for in advanee,)'8s6d each insertion. Address Ou*U, if not exceeding six lines, will 4»o ft**flyjN*d at the uniform rate of 20® per quurter. {The number of insertions, required must be plainly written on each adverUsenont. Orders to withdraw ? or alter adrerti«einentB ttiiut bo in writing. They cannot "be attended to later than £ p.m. on T...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 187*. , THE Millcheater Primary School will be handed over to-day (o tbe Standing Com mittee, the contractor Mr. Alexander Frasor having completed biB contract in a little over bis contract time, in spite of many obstacles arising from the non arrival of timber and other material. Tho atrnoture refleots great credit on Mr. Frsser being built in a substantial and faithful manner. He can very well afford to disregard the ignorant criticisms of soino newly-arrived architectural lights. The people of Millehester ma; veil be jirnui of this work, wbioh, like tho establishment of its first crushing machine marks a mw era in its history. Tbe Standing Committee nnder took the* work of collecting the required sun.-£200 on the eve of the Palmer rush. At one time it seemed as if all should be given np, but affairs goon brightened and tire people of Miiiehestcr gave cheerfully to the School Fund. The end crowns the work, the sehool is on accomplished fact. In another fortn...

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MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

MilM AUBtTE. From Townaville-Monday, 7'lb p.m. ,, Towmrillo-Wednuday, 6 p.m. " Bowoo aad Baveniwood-Wod.i 6 p.m. " Townsvil/e and Dalrymple-Friday, 3 p.m MAILS Owes. For TownBTillo-Tuesday, a p.m. " Towusrille-Thiiraday, fl p.m. i, Dalrymplo and Towfuville-Wed.,8 p.m. n Bavenwood and Bowen-Friday, 9 p.m.

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Deputations to the Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

Deputations to the Secretary. THE Hon. A. Macalister arrived here on Thurs- day evening from Townsville via Ravenswood. Yesterday he received two deputations in the Court House. The first from the National School Committee. Mr. Palmer explained the present position of the School, Mr. Gill the sum collected and expended, and Mr. O'Kane the Secretary, the further sums required to com- plete the school £50, for additional School furni- ture £50 for spouting school and teachers resi- dence, and for tanks, and £50 for fencing the ground and other improvements. Mr. Macalister took down the items and said in reply to the de- putation that though he was ex officio chairman of the Board he had no vote in it, still any re- commendation he made would receive due con- sideration, and he was prepared to recommend the granting of the sum applied for by the School Committee, and he had no doubt the Board would grant the application. In reply to Mr. Macalister the Secretary informed   ...

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Notes and Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

Notes and Events. T. Gneave's letter is libelous, we could not afford to risk an action for such poor game. Let him be. Michael Fox comes under the same head. We are informed that Mr. Lewis Hart who repudiated a gambling debt with Mr. J. D. Hughes at Ravenswood, has like a wise man paid the £5 in dispute. The tender of Mr. Isaac Chappel, for a mail coach service between Millchester and Charters Towers, has been accepted. There are two services daily each way. The first coach leaves Charters Towers at 9.30; leaving Millchester at 10.30. The evening coach leaves Charters Towers at 5; Millchester at 6 — arriving half-an-hour after each hour at the respective townships. We understand that Mr. J. D. Hughes of Ravenswood intends starting as auctioneer and commission agent at the Towers. He was formerly manager of Messrs. Drew Bros, store at Moonta, South Australia, and conducted successfully the business of Messrs. S. F.   Walker's firm on Ravenswood. He was a stock &...

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Ravenswood. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] Monday, August 3lst, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

Ravenswood. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] Monday, August 31st, 1874. A MEETING was held at Ravenswood on Monday evening last. Mr. Barton, J.P., in the chair, when the following committee were chosen to represent to the Hon. the Colonial Secretary on his arrival that the Ravenswood district re- quired that certain little wants be attented to:-- The Committee elected were--Messrs. Barton, J.P., George Rutherford, Lawrence Butler, Simon Elliott, Robert Smythe, W. J. Allom, W. M. Hickson, A. C. Haldane, Mr. Miller, of the London Company, and J. Davidson. Messrs. Plant and Hanson refused to act: the former alleging as on excuse his departure from the district for a short time. The Committee, at the suggestion of the chair- man, instead of making formal propositions offered to the Committee, the following ideas:-- " 1. That Commissioners of gold-fields have power to put leases into force. "2. That a bonus of £15,000 be granted by the Colonial Government for the purpose of testing the efficacy o...

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THE NEW RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 September 1874

THE NEW RUSH. We take the following from the Cooktown Courier's Palmcr correspondent, who writes from   the Upper Camp on the 4th August :-- The productiveness of the new rush to the   upper tributaries of the Palmer--of which Sandy Creek is the principal, and the ravines coming into which have been the richest--can scarcely be over-estimated. Mr. Jessop, who has left here for Cooktown, will no doubt inform you that for three weeks' work in the last revine, himself, Smith, and his other mate worked, they divided 59lbs. weight of gold, and this was in- dependent of what they had previously, which was no inconsiderable quantity. I have been told of any number of heavy finds, but unless I am well assurred as to matters of this sort, I   wouldn't publish an atom of information con-   cerning them. Mick Daulton assures me that MEN WHO WORK average from ½oz to 1 oz. a day, and a digger with whom I am well acquainted tells me that he and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

arome LAVERY & LATHAM,] HORSE SHOERS AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS. Sett tl» NOBTHEEN Hofen Omen:, Ji ' Street, MILAHBSTBH, Lft ti. beg to inform. Carters, Carriers, | . Coach Proprietors and the pnblie gene rally, that they hare procured a large stock to .alt the trade, and will be enabled to execute all kinds of Blacksmith and Wheelwright work in th« most expeditious and masterly manner, and at ¿ricos to defycompetitlon. The advertisers trist by strict attention io I business, combined With good work, to merit a | .han ot tba public patronage. - X The «enera! work will be ander the manage, jafjint of curtid friend BARNET. The SHOEING DEPARTMENT «ill be nader | Ute management of E. LATHAM. takes occasion to say that he has seired I Ul apprenticeship iii Sydney, andhftsa thorough knowledge of the branch, and will spare no pain« in giving satisfaction in the work. <5T, JVM i'JRvfVni Min«-" Office, Wilchata yOTICE. TO OABBtERS, MINERS, & THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. CHAR...

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MELBOURNE. September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 September 1874

. MELBOURNE. . Septembers. Ker. Dr. Crime of Dublin, bus Accepted tho liomfui CatboHc Bishopric of Bathurst.

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