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The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

The Machines. TEKC8. St. Patrick No. 2 And Columbia Ko. 1 goiug through. 0X*AM>-1LL. 'Tons. Claim. Oi.dwi.grn , 82 No. 2 Metric Monarch ... 104 9 0 i ti Prospeetiog area 7 0 0 C Queen ... 6 0 0 PEFX&KCE. CutumbU p.c. going through. CKTEBTBI8E. No. 2 St. Patrick goiug through. UABT LOUISA: Ko. 4 Lord Nelson going through.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Strange Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

Strange Visitors. " SEVERAL correspondents," says tbe Pall Mall Gazette, " have written to the Standard to complain of what they con sider the ' impertinent intrusion' of persons who are now carrying on a house-to-house visitation on lohnlf of Mesnrs. Moody and SanUcy. In ono case s female visual drove up to a house in o well-appointed equipage, oud pressed the lady who lived in tbe house to go and bear Meters. Moody and Sankey* 'J'ho lady explainod that she was un invalid, ' felt herself spiritually pre pared for death,' nefc^d perniiBsion to fid dress tho lervantF, and oloBcd her visit by offering n prayor. Another correspondent stales that a married young women, near her confinement, Was so terrified by the vitit of two persons calling themselves ' titled ladies,' who would persist in pray tap, preaching) catechising ber for two consecutive boors, that the husband, on re turning home, found her in a completely proBtrate and fainting state, aod ehe Las since continued seriously un...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Town Tittle-Tattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

Town Tittle-Tattle Br " WIICIKUI." I '* When the but/ World's asleep, I When gloomy Might liath etu'ompias'd Iter, , I'm on my, lonely watch/' Chuistmas, -merry Chriet nu hai come «nd gone. ; and (he Races in its commemoration, withallthe ! cxciteineut attending them, arc over; (lie Old Year, 1876. ''ft* run w the end of its tether, but ieCt us in lieu the new one* 1876, wlioi wc all weleoimd right hcnriilj. Wo are nuvv entering upon the New War with* at it were, renewed lite, frefill vigor, nnd, of caurse, ardent hopes of bettering our worldly conditions duriug ouri and its existence, and that, when its suc cessor, 1877, takes its placo, we . ?.alt be enabled to welcome it under hetter circu-nsrances. It is tu|ie einoerely hoped eo. But it is to be feared we rush to the front, to the Eiice for Life, with that un-godly feeling within u»,-" Every tnan fur hiiustslf and the Devil take the hindmost." 2'bis is the feeling wtih which we arc ail, more or less, endued in our efforts to mok...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Elixir of Life! [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

TJie Elixir of Life! AN explanation of it, you will remember, was promised. It bag keen discovered. Tiiere is no doubt about it. How simple, after all, arc the.' greatest discoveries I It is just lite the bappy insight of Columbus -a little tiling in itself, but great indeed when once it is seeo sod certified. Chip tho egg, and, lo! it stands erect- The .problem is demonstrated. Why was it never demonstrated before f Mr. (Smith asked, ycu will remdkiber, for a sip -of the Elixir of Life, lie of course expected something rather out of the common; and was he not justified,*dear friends! We can "quaff the flowing bowl " any day of oar lives,but it is another thing to drinif of this ethereal mixture. Surely one sip of it Will bathe tbe drooping spirit in delight Beyond the Miss of . And there is this cup before him; which his land friend, Mr. Jones..Gas sent for, full of-Buttehmilk Ay, Mr. Smith, you are juBt like the rest of them- in credulous, Who first struck fire 7 Who first made br...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

Correspondence TO TBfc SOU.9K. Sib,-A recent issue of your paper contained n very pertinent, article anent the proper disposal of ftucU BID Ail quautilii-e of gold as are nnavo:d» ably left behind at all crushing mills by the I parlies using thi-m, and contained a suggestion I (about tho excellence of which there can be no I doubl) that such portions should be realised and gitvn to local hospital. I may inlorm vou that at the '? L&dy Maiy and Caledonian United " machine at Gym pi o this plan was adopted, and during the last seven months of the year 1868 the handso jio sum of £118 odd was collected in this nay alone at that mill, and Lauded over to the Treasurer of the Hospital. The aggregate value of euch email lota, would, on this field, be something considerable in the course of a year from the mills here; and as it is unquestionably not the property of the mill* owners, and impossible to apportion fairly be tween all the parties who mny have had stoue reduced, it certaint...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Lost Child. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

The Lost Child. A OO.vsTORHiDLE nmouRt of excitement and pity evinced iitelf in town . during the afternoon of Sunday J und, in fact, ,up to half-past 2 o'clock on Monday afternoon, in consequence of the suddon disappearance of little Jimmy Anderson, son of the willow whose lrashaud met with sueli no untimely end lately. The oliild was Inst seen nliout 2 p.m. on Sauday playing in the street, xvlien shortly after all trace of him became lost. His poor mother arid several of tlie neighbors weut out in search of liini; but although one party nicoeedorl in getting on his trackr, the iiiglil,coming an prevented their following them u'p ; however, several horsemen turned out and crossed the river where the little fellow's tracks were Inst seen, and camped on .the opposite hank until morning, when tli'cy returned tbeir search without discovering the poor child. Nothing conld exceed the kindness of every permit in the town, tboy.onc and all turned out-at least ell who had horses on the occo...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Kanakas. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

The Kanakas. A LATE number of the Oytnpit Time* concludes an article on this subject with tbe following pertinent remafkB: " One thing appean to us very certain: thst'if we are to be inundated with blaok labor, at first introduced noder the pre tenoe »>f being restricted to the northern sngat pliotRtionS, and it is to be extended to all kind of work, oar wisest policy would be to call in our agents and put a stop to tbo immigration of Europeans because (and anyone who ha* visited tbe Mauritius or British India will recognise the fact) tbe two classes of labor cannot exist together, and we shall be but introducing British laborers here fir the benefit of the neighbouring colonies where Kanakas are almost unknown. A leading' statesman of South Australia (Mr. Boucaut) said a few weeks since in , referenco to the immigration question! " Wb WANT ANGLO-SAXON MEN AND WOMEN, ANOLO-SAXON BODX "AND SOUL." Tbie will appear no doubt narrow minded to eome of onr modern philosophers but it is ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scientific and Useful. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

^ ® Scientiftp and Useful. THE FI.T NUISANCE -A. correspondent writes: When abroad souio time since, we were surprised at the total abscnco ol flies in the meat market of the tono we trere gtoppit g at, nod on enquiry found that tllo simple method of painting the inner nails over with laurel oil had been adopted. Al tnough tho smell of this oil i&uot unplea sant to tig, tho flies cannot endure it. The; will uut collie near a room in nliich (lie doors liavoMieen painted with it. By this means looking glasses and picture frames may lie kept free from this insufferable cuiiaoce, 1 Crude petroleum ia.'aiujxcollent matorfal for the preservation of fence posis. It needs no nduiixturo; it may be put on with a broad wTiiie-troBjiing brush very quickly, nnd gives an agreeable brownish color to the wood; To make a dead horse or any other ani nal of vu/iie, it should bo tkitiDed, and roughly cut up into as many small pieces IB possible. A plot of grouud a few rods equaro should then be...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

Wfc'iAIiSJUV, JANUARY 1-', 1S7C. "\V^ do not sue to tlie bottom of the Ilo.spital difficulty. It is n'l very we 1 to fav, " put youi1 hands in youv pockets, to the very but out." Pccple won't do it And they arc not bound to do i>. At the presi-nt rate of expenditure- about J-200 a month-it is impossible io keep tip the j game. A popu citio'n of say tour thousand j are called on io]Liy £100,1 a year for the support of ihe Hospital. That in not to I bo done, and, if the money cannot be raised, it is c eir either the Hospital must be tiven up (o the tj ivetnmen s or the | expenditure inui-fbe out tloxvu, and ilut at once. 11 is a ways omnipotent tor a general meeting of sub--.' ibers to pass moa-uves to meet 1,11 ni'.:y;'..'y. 'IVt-te are eighteen patintsin Ho.-;ita'. that b tIn1 full eom plcmeir. It cos: i'oV their support and alteiuhu.-e last mouth £141' Jli?s. lOd. Now tventy jil V-bo-l el men Could be boardoi ar. l 1 >d»ed for a' month «t Uie be>-t ho e ^ in to!vii let1 £ ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

H. J. W, BOWKER attotncg, Solicitor,, ^totter, Man-. faegHncec, &c" Can be consulted deil;*t HUUon'i Hotel, MLXiLCHESTEK. - T. fc. darter SOLICITOR Tieroe}'. Mining '"Etcb'ange" HoteL Charters «IWWei»T J. B Cowan, ATTOEKKV asp SOLICITOR, oaioasBKaai^'jw ; Ca^fiTKSS: XOSTKU.^ -.il, I- , .« . » ? . i ' HO. jp'tf EC,E^t L'; M.D, A SORGEON, (Licensed undorthe Queensland Medial Bowl,) On REMOVED from the1 Cltfl). Qoau Hotel to bit now residence, marl? opposite tbo"Mosdnio Hall, Hiosr-street, wlifire be can lie conaulled ^dailj, j. A. Scharffimberg, Dr. med.,. Pbtoioian, SURGEON, Attj> ACCOUCHEUR Ditfj qualified at- the Medical Board. CBART£B6 TOWBBB. JOHN O'PLYNN, . MINING AGENT $HARftBROKEfl .to., (Officroftte liainbowir.if.P.C., Limited.) Near Tierney'e Klinlng Exchange Hotel CHARTERS TOWERS. ON WAR JANG, GEN ERAl/ STOREKEEPER, CHARTERS TOWERS. Manleod & Co* GBNEBAI, STOKRKBEPKRS, Custom House abd Forwarding Agebta, TOWNSV1LLE. I. AfcAND, &<uevo©t8...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MTNER OFFICE. oUB B1USB4XE TSLEGBATDIC AGENT.] BRISBANE Januarv 8. ' Thu revenue for the quarter is £29000; for j ll,e balf-year £667,000, being an increase of &1000 on the corresponding half-year lint year. I,rust Monday, a party of six mm after a eprec left ji public house at tiurenda for Xivp Downs, by n bush track, and lost their way. Two were found greatly exhausted, two were discovered dead, of here are «f ill minting. Cablegrams stale that Lord Nortlibrook, Vice' roy of India is unable to stay ihcre another summer ; Lord Litthton has be*n appointed bis successor, Lord Noithfulk receiving an earldom* The 41 Warspite M training ship, lying off Wool* wicli has been buro% all the boys were saved ; it is supposed to hare been au act of incest* diarism The Uusfiiuns Arc preparing tp cross tho 8yr Dana Rivi r, in Ebolaud territory for the pur pose of occupying certain district^, which step will lend to the anneirtion of Southern Kholand. Anthony Ku...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

MARRIED. AT St. Columbkills Church, on the 10th January, by the Rev. Mr. Fuchy, P.P., DAVID NAGLE to ANNIE TIERNEY, both of Charters Towers.

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SYDNEY. January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

SYDNEY. Jnnunrj 8. A bear; thunderstorm at Carcoar, the fluid entering telegraph did considerable damage. The Cooperative Culticrj at Walseud, hag been on fire two days, through the wall near the ventilating furnace becoming boated. The " Mikado," and " City of San Francisco/? linve arrived with the American and English mails. ! Jatiuaiy 10. I A terrible conflagration occurred on Saturday, I destroying Vaughan's steam saw mills, quarts* crushing machinery, end Clarke's foundry. The flames spread with fearful rapidity. A tolegram received from Bowen on Monday, slates that a land sale will be held here shortly. Wc heard vesterday that the Burdckin wm not crossable for teams. Carriage from To (tor villo has risen to 12s. per 100 pounds, with the usual uolict! regarding the Burdekin. The new Church of England is making & .how at the top of the inain street. The walls are up, and Mr. Rn«s, the contractor, will have the building finished in seven or eight days more. We hare heard ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

Miscellaneous Xtenis I On Wednesday lait, as Mr. P. Jonoi was | with thrf assistance ofa German labourer, eiuk I ing a well on hie premises in Well»0tr<*t, between 2 and 8 o'clock, June% who was heaving up (lie wiudlas*. intermitted his labour aud ran some twenty yards to his own house. On arrival there, it was seen that he WAS vomit* ing blood. He died in less than tea minutes. The magisterial inquiry held on Thursday eliriod no fresi evidence. Jones wa* ?6 yc\n of age* and bad bran Bufferine from aff<*ction of the luogs for some yeare.-2bictt*vLUe Timet, The last Exprett aays,l Our legal fraternity are one and aii leid up with tlie fever, which is now so preraleut in tlio town : hence the nou nup^uranee at the i'olio© Court of advocates for ftJNi'ififfi nnrt defendant* in the numerous oases which hure lew tried." L<-t them rotue up to tuc 'lowers aud we venture to sav that all the lawyers in TuwuMrille will be brttocd up n no time* VvV could send d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 12 January 1876

PiA TtK W.ATl D.-Stolen or Strayed from X/'iU Clwi V i» Towert, dark bay horse, gMD «.?.pitied near fbuutilrr. l:lo 1/j under near buudlo I also, bay light re, W S near hip, ffdot hip, W near ribi, VV off ribi.-£10 will bo paid on oonrictioa of tin f, If guleu i or £2 cach* if 6trnved, on di'ltvor- 'n Swi.t Swaito, Canton Ilutcl, Chartrn Towci ? WANTKD, a UuoJ Mining . >.^"ji 1',x Must be able to suoe burses.-AUDI* tu W.JbXto, Bochford. iyJ WANTED a General 8ervont. Apply, Mm. Fubcell, opposite Masonic-hall, Miner .treat. SEOULAB COMMUNIOA HON BETWEEN* Townsville and Cooktown. The New Steamer "BANSHEE," built specially to run between the above Ports, SAILS from , TOWNSVILLE EVERY FORTNIGHT. V Passengers, Hones and Cargo carried at reduocd rates. Intending passengers can arrange to meet this vessel by writing to JAMES BURNS, Townsville. To Let, That well-known Hotel known as HISHON'S HOTEL, M1LLCHE8IER. At present occupied by Mr. H. Hahsfobd. Apply, A-J.8, BAMC, Millchester. To -S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS TOWERS AND TOWNSVXLIjE. BEQ to thank the public of ChavLcrs I'owcre. 1 MiUchester, jand surrounding districts for the very liberal support hitherto aecordcd ilicm. Being iho FIOITEEB BTOREKEEPERS of this field, theyhave always endeavored to fur ther tbo interestsand progress of the field and population to tUo heat of their «biUti<i& und pecuoiary '^oBition, and after a term of four J year|, "fo^themaplycB, 'J tlianks to the public," ^ I. L.M. CO.'S business has progressed with the Sfteld, «ml they axe now in a poBitbn to offer to the public ..Advantages In assortment o£ stocks, low priccs, and &ccomo> Nation seoopd to none of the rival firim, which have fiinoe started business on tho "Cash/' i *' Plain Figure^'and other principles. Tbi^jipi-o aching wet season has induced w ] to procure cxteusivo « Locks of General Merchandise In advanoe or tbo demand in quality, aFBOrtmeut, I and price, to suit tbo Wholesale and lietoil con eutnp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Yankey Sermon. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

A Yankey Sermon. Mr BELOVED BBETHEBINO,-I am a an larnt Hard-shelL Baptist preacher, of whom you have hears afore, and I now appear! hear tu expound the Boripten and piut out the narrow way which leads from a vain world to the streets of Jaroosalem ; and my tec which I shall ehooae for the occasion ia in the leda of the Bible, some what between the aeobnd Ohronikilla and the laet chapter of Timothy titua ; and when you find it, you'll filid it in these words-''. And they ahallVgnaw a file, and flee unto the mountains . of Epeidtm, where the lion roareth, and the wang doodle mournoth for his first-born." Now, my leathering, as 1 have before told you, I am an oneddicated tn»n, and know nothing about gramm talk and col lidgo hignfalutin, but I am a plane, un .larnt preaober of tbe goapel what Lbs been foreordained and called to prepare a per verse generasbun for the. "day of wrath ah I *' For tbey aha.il gAair a file, and flee unto , tbe mountains of ftepsidtm, wUere the lion roareth a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Leasing System [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

l~ The Leasing System RECENTLY, we (O. Timet) quoted a report of (be proceedings of the New South Wales Mining Board, which body con demned leasing of auriferous lands. The S. M-. Herald replied (bat:- ' " The Board considered itself represen tative of wbat cue of Its members calls " tbe bona fide minora," and bat declared in effect that tbe mining polio; of tbe colon; should fio governed solely by a re gard to the ' bona fide minors'1 supposed interests There is to be no auoh thing as leasing on goldfieldi An amendment was proposed, affirming that tbe present system of leasing ought "to be amended, bnt that did not go far enough. Tbe system must be swept away bodily. ' bands off must be tbe cry to tbe capitalists. And, of course, when tbe capitalist and bis interests have been got out of the way, tbe ' bona fido mtner,' through bis representatives at the Mining Board, must have the eole voice in making regulation*. At the present ? moment, though thousands of people are interested,...

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MELBOURNE. January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

HELBOUBNE. Jtnuftiy IS. I the Opposition bis been dulf united, and hate determined to grant eupplietand then to force a diuolulion. fiucuat, of South Australia, sad Criffithg, of Queensland, have interviewed tbe HtobUy in reference to Intercolonial free trade. Further proofi found of the wreck of the "Utile Black." It ia feared tbe crew hare perished.

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Egypt for the English. (Pall Mall Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

Egypt for the English (Ml Wall Otuette.) . . . « ...j - SoifSXHiKo lift! happened in England within the lost fortnight to fix the attention of eveiy Court aod Cabinet in Kurope. To St. Peters* berg, Vienna, Berlin, Peru, Constantinople, Cairo, certain sounds have been carried from thepB phoreB which will at onne'be fitted with a meaning u jet not fully comprehended by our* .elves. This may seem strange, but it is at lesit explicable. For while it has long been our habit to look forward no further than to»mor.t>w in tbe future of European affairs, contenting ourselves with the business of to»day (the natural aod common habit of people eatisfied with what thoy are and what they have got), a far different temper has never ceased to prevail amongst ?tatesmen who are not eatisfied with . their share of the world or sufficiently secure .in it. That being their Bituation, they, of course, arc for ever on the look-out; every rational cal culation of the future-of the chances that he here...

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