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

ADELAIDE Jana*-y IE Fencing to (lie value of £10aNXv dm been de stroyed by kbusbflres. In tbe Port Lincoln dis triot a hige township, called Wallaroo, narrowly : escaped lestroction by fire. l'he teuder of I. and JL Orereud, Melbourne, bai been accepted for tbe exeeavatfon of tbe ffsnsouij of the Graving Dock for nearly £62,0001 Tbe Work will be finished in three years. ID our last issue, in the Subheader, for " quieting a day by giving it a bone," read "quieting ft dog by giving it a bone." Mr. Acker# eold in the early port of the week* Mr. MOM* cottage to Mr. BuckUnd for £160* This is u fair price, and shows that cottages of this description, suited for email families, find acady purchaser*. Mr. John Jones, of the Mary, sold out his interest in that olaim, oue half the whole, during the week to Mr. Kubinton, of tbe Columbia; for £1600. There are 60 or 70 tons at grass «i pected to go from 6 to 7 ounces* A mail bag is made up here now twice a Week for tbe Houghkm utid the f buttons...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

Miscellaneous Items.. A recent American writer laments over the declinn of cookery among the women of his country, and tells us:-" Nobody wants a George Eliot, or Florence Klghtingale, or Jesse Fremont to give her time to compounding piccalilli* or preserve*. But, while one women is a leader in society, It* erature, or philanthropy! ninety-nine adopt some smaller way to make themselves useful and helpful in bettering and brightening the little world about them; and tVesu e mailer ways in city life are frequently incessant devo tion to visiting, to music, or to fancy-work. We confess that when we have eat down to feasts where the vegetables smacked too strongly of tho professional carver's art, where the meats were ill-cooked, and the desserts bore (hat inex* tlngttishtbie flavor of the confectioner*# shop; ana when, after dinner, we have been called on to listen to feeble strumming of Ibe pirn o, or weak critioian.s oo tho last exhibition, or to admire works of art in the shape of s...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

Mining News. TBB&i are veiy crident token* that the Quern reef is rapidly coming to the front, and before many months will be likely to enjoy the pride of plaoe for quantity of «od large returns of cold. The underlie shafts in the chum situated between Ko. 6 8:W. end No. 6 N.8., are rapidly Bearing the base boundaries, and are discovering a magnitude of reef and formation, that six months eiaoe was scarcely hoped for by any mine on that line. Free gold is easily eeeu In almost any tump of quarts tnat may be picked up at random from the heaps of mundio atone, as I satltfied myself, and better brown atone than that forming the heaps at No. 5 8.W., No. 3 8.W. and No. 1 aod £ (amalgamated) NJB., of 400, 230, and 50 tons, respectively, in any piece of which coarse gold b exhibited. The mundic quarts in No. 2 8.W. is very fine atone, and equally good In No. 1 adjoining,' in which claim the formation has attained the astonbhiqg .dimensions between the walU of 16 feel, aad not much ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Leading a Calf. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

Leading a Calf. HE *«8 a em«U but mwcaUr hoy, and the calf was probably two months old, with a development of unadulterated cusftedness that would do credit to a Georgia Kuklux Klan captain. Theie wee * rope between them, and, aa they went down South Third street, beta were about even a< to whether the boy was leading the oalf or the calf leading tbe boy. The calf made a dub for tbe Central Kxpreas Office. Tbe boy (railed him back, and ho made a dash for tbe boy, who ran aronnd a waggon and fell over a water-melon pile, tbe proprietor whereof swore copiously: "Oome back bore, yon infernal clod buster, and pay for this melon." . "Say M-'b-i»ter; »hoa-jtive me ray-tbuoderatioD on you-bat, wnnt yer?" And the oalf kicked up bis heels. and b<a>SHed, and tried to ran into a stoie, bat tbe boy Mt back on the line with all bis strength, and suddenly aat down in the tnui as tbe calf altered his mind and turned nronnd to look at him. ' They went quietly | ten steps ti...

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THE REEFS. QUKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

THE HEEK6. QUKEN, ? Kelly's lease.-Shaft immediately in front of No. 4's whim shaft I sunk 170 feat towards th» too (eet deeper the teef is supposed to lie; tw-> shifts sinking | a good deal of quarts in the rock tssen out. Whitehead, Mqrehall and party's lease No. 7.-: £25 feet to foot wall; reckoned to be U feet between, walls; a good lot of blank stone in the interval mixed with bunches of mundie quartz containing ' gold i shaft being timbered and centred, and an engiue or whim is to be placed on the mine bct'uro work will be oommenced underground | this lease shaft is nearly square with, and in front of the No. X S.W. shaft down the underlie of which the reef is widening to 16; feet. No. 6 8.W.-Now inolnded In a lease sinking in a large portion of the first lease on this end of the Queen reef t got a few inches of reef at 40 feet in rhaft on the road which 10 feet down the underlie has widened lo £4 indies, proving itself .the Queen reef and to turn at . good Bogle down the h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Ministerial Coach. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

The Ministerial Coach THE Ministerial coaob is going to be np*et on the Pel ton resumption. Tbe off side leader is bead; and unmanageable. It is easier to break in ayonngcolt like Griffith than an old horse like Fryar. Tbe former way be a little fraotioua at starting, bat he goes -well when off; but the latter is a olid and stubborn,'and docs not keep well with the team. Hie bones are well ael, eo is bis will-he has a surly, hard-set mii d of liia own. So all tne croi kera and oovetera are watching for him to kick over tbe traces, disorganise die team, and tumble tbe Ministry into a heap. We bate read bo much lately about Felton that wo ate curious to know ita whore aboutB and its quality. The land there mutt be equal to the Garden of Eden, or Icsi noiBe would be made about it. It la far too good for any single nan to have anob of it. Ita quality may be inferred probably from the clamour there is about it. Surveyors do not seem hslf as well qualified to judge of Its classification a...

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The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

The Machines; TSNVB, Tons. Olaim. O*. dwt, gr 26 1 Bobc of Denmark ... ' 70 6 0 8 - Rainbow p.c 18 12 0 fit. Patrick No. 2, and Pacific No. 3 going through ; Columbia No. 1 cleaning up. OXB-AKIMLL. ! Bung up, undergoing repairs. KMTSBf&IBE. i Ko. 2 8t» Patrick goiog through. 1 DE9IAX0B. Alabama p.c. going through, j I1ABT LOITIBI: 26 Ko. I Contest 65 14 0 I 88 Ko. 4 Lord NeUon ... 43 8 C ? 26 Duko Wellington No 1 IT 0 0 I Peabody p.c. in retort.

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

H; J; W. BOWKER Slttorneg, Solicitor, proctor, <55ott= begancer, &c.. Oiii bo consulted-duly at Hiahoo'fl Hotel, M1LLOHESTEK. T. S.. Garter. . :. 8 O h I 0 I T OR Ticrney'a Qliniog Ekohango Hotel. Charters Ton-en. , 3. J^Qowan, //f 'ATTORNEY<un> SOtXOITOE, " OOHttlfeSIONElt poB iFFlD^VIXfi, iio.,,, . CHASTE ua Towbes. H C. P U B, C E. 'L, L . M.D. & S0fiOEON, (Uoensed under the Queensland 1 Has BEMOVED from the Olub House Hotel to his new rftidcncc, tiearlv opposite the Masonic Hull, Miner-street, where be can ie consulted daily,. J. A. Scharffenberg, br.mea., I'bvsician, Sdbqeon, A/ocodciieur Dul; qualified at the Medical Board.' COABZEB8 TOWJSBB. ON WAR JAN6. G E N E R A L . ST OB E KEEP E R, CHABTEB8 TOWBBS. ' '? Maoleod & Co., ^ENJSBAL fiTOJlEliEEl'ICKS, Custom House obd Forvrardltig AgobU, ' ' fovmayutytB.' AtJBTt©KaEES»4.e®l«lRaBS®D®KI S6BNT *- VtKEH BTttEBtj / Office V Ti*rnej^fi Mining Exchange Hotel, < CH AUTEU6 TO...

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

SYDNEY. Januiiy 12. I Adnccs report Ball (liullr) and tumobinery of the M Briibaoe" uninjured, The Premier sUtes that be fiads it most diffi* cult (o secure, a suitable person to fill (be office of Agent-General of Immigration. A eum of £500 baa been collected to defray tbe expenses of Dean Cooper** visit to England.

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINES O FFICE. ODB BEIBB1NE TBLBG&&PHIO AUNT.] BRISBANE January 11. An influential meeting «u held jestcrdsy to take step* to assist Ihe movement for sending to England a cargo of prewired meats by Uort's fleecing process. { Copperfield was visited by a heavy cyclone yesterday afternoon. A great deal of damage was done. Intercolonial news uninteresting. January 12. Cablegrams are reported premature in stating that France aupporta die scheme proposed by Austria for reforms in Turkey, and also in an* itouncing that (he proposal of the three Northern powers bad met the approval of the Grand ; Vicier of Turkey, whose views are antagonistic to the mediation of the great powers. Viscount Amberley is dead. Much izcitemeat prevails in Paris, oonssqaent on the Ministerial crisis. January 18. Haley has been returned 'unopposed for tbe Lelohardt. The employment of Chinese labor at the Hackay plantations has proved a failure» all luve been discharged; ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

DEATHS RUTHERFORD.—At Millchester, on 9th January, John E. Rutherford, aged 42 years, son of the late William B. Rutherford, Caddagh, House, Ballybay, County Monaghan, Ireland. HUNTER.—On the 10th instant, on the Cape River road, Andrew Hunter, aged 83 Years. Native of County Antrim, Ireland. [Home papers, please copy.

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1876. FROM the "Reports of the Mining Sur-   veyors and Registrars," quarter ended 30th September, forwarded to us by the Vic- torian Mining Department, we gather the following particulars : — The quantity of alluvial gold raised during the quarter was 112,000 ozs. in round numbers, quartz gold, 173,000 ozs,; total, 285,000 ozs. The quantity of quartz crushed from the seven principal districts — Ballarat, Beech- worth, Sandhurst, Maryborough, Castle- maine, Ararat, and Gippsland was 255,000 tons, yielding 147,883 ozs., and averaging only 11 dwts. 14 grs. per ton. Quartz tailings and mullock from the same dis- tricts — 7698 tons yielded 1048 ozs., averaging 2 dwts. 17 grs. to the ton. Pyrites and blanketings, 1912 tons yield- ing 4658, and averaging 2 ozs. 8 dwts. 17 grs. These are facts over which our reef owners ouqht to ponder. Why does this low average pay in Victoria? Because labor, machinery, and carriage are lower. The whole energies of this ...

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

'? HollomayU Pitt#.-The cbiefesh wonder of tnodom times. Thislneomparable meaioine in* creases the abpetite> strengthens tbe6toraacb, cleanses the liver, corrects biliousness and pre* rent* flatulency, purifies the system, invigorates the nerves, And re-instates sound health. The enormous , demandior these pills throughout the globe astonishes, everybody, and a single trial oonvincee the most sceptical, that bo medicins equate Hollow-ay's Fills in ii* ability to remove all complaint* incidental to the human race. They are a blessing to tlio afflicted and a boon to all who labor under internal and external disease. The putVifnction of the blood, removal of all re* straints from the secretive organs, and gentle aperient action, are the prjliflc sources of tbe extensive curative ringo Of Holloway's fills. WANTED, * Middle-aged General Serrout Apply to Mrs. NIOBO, Hotel IVlt&lia. WANTED) a Hatful Olr'.. Apply to Mrs, O'Lovanuir, gear Masonic Hall, Ohart«ra Towera. WASRBD, a f...

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Assault by a Lady on an Officer. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 15 January 1876

Assault by a Lady on an Officer. The following strange report (says tbe London correspondent of the Irish Times) has -been forwarded by a well-known re- porter- of Police Court intelligence to each - of the London newspapers for publica- tion.   On Wednesday at the Kent Petty Sessions held at Inglewell,, before Colonel Freeston (chairman ) and a full bench of magistrates, -Seraphina Higginbotham, a middle-aged lady, understood to be highly connected, and who stated that she was a     medical student walking the London Hospitals for a diploma, appeared to ans- wer the charge of assault upon Lieutenant James Tremlett, of the Royal Marines. The plaintiff deposed that he was proceed ing in a first-class carriage from London Bridge to join his division at Chatham.   When he reached Woolwich Dockyard Station the accused got into the same com- partment, and sat in the right-hand corner facing the engine, while be sat with his back to the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

WANTED, a Middle-aged General Berrnuit Apply to Mrs. NIOEO, Hotel D'ltalia. WANTED, a Useful Girl. Apply to Mrs. O'liOCanim, near Masonic Hall, Charters Towers. WANTED a respectable Nurse <?irl. Good wages. Exchange Hotel, Charters J?owere. WANTED, a Good Mining BLACKSMITH. Must be able to sluo liowcs.-Apply to \V . JoNEs, Hoeliford. Tenders WANTED to ERECT u TWO.EOOME1) COTTAGE. For i'Juu arid Opacifications apply to J. BAIIU), Charters Towers. Tenders will be received up to 19lb iuetant. Notice A. G U A N D ENTERTAINMENT IN AID or The Church of England BUILDING FUND, Willtalcoplaooatan Early date-fall particulars of which will be given in future advertisement. Grand Ometrt-Kem Farce-Musical Melange. . Charter* Towers, W. B. ALFOttU, 14th January, 1876. Hon. Sec Notice. WE, tlio undersigned, bare this day made ap plication to the Warden for a LEAtiR of ground known as "Lease JNo. 7," Queen line of roer, containing about live acres. ARCHIBALD Ft. CLAIH, . c- j f JOSEPH B....

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Deep Sinking. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

Deep Sinking A Nkw gold-bearing lode hus been struck io the Climes Company a miue at a depth of 1009 feet. This discovery *as first an nounced ia Friday's Courier, and it has since been confirmed through other chan nels. The importance of this find can scarcely he over-estimated, the more par ticularly as tliera can be DO doubt of the stone Loirg payable. Coarse gold can be seen in the casing, and the reef haB been penetrated for a distance of 6 feet, with out the foot-wall beiiu reached, or the gold dissappearing. Guld has been found before at vilnnes at this depth. The Few North Clones Company have a lode at 1012 feet, but, according to the last report, it in lirokeo up, and the quartz is smell. At n-> time, however, have the proBpects in this lode been very promixing; io that the bi>n»r of finding the first really payable reef at Clones, at a depth of 1000 feet, must be given to the Clones Company. It is interesting to note how rapidly the old prophecy, that gold would neve...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

TO m& EDrron. Krn,-As you have taken the liberty to raokc iny name the " burden " of u paragraph, in your lust iesuc, and at the innuendoes, scurrilous invective, and misstatements contained therein, are calcu* luted to bring me into public ridicule atid dis credit, you must be aware that there are sereral modes of retirees open to me, but as tliis is the fivfet time-1 bare bad any personal cause, of complfutit, I think the least harmless, and most effectual course to jmrsue, is to request giat you will, in common fnimess, allow me a little space in your Jfext issue, to. reply to your un» warrantable strioLurcs, which I propose to deal with seriatim. First: In a most offensive style of banter, (peculiar to yourself) ion endeavour to mako it appear that I set myself up as nn authority on mining, without any claim to he I considered so; now, the fact is, 1 have taken a rcry unobtrusive part'in mining affairs ?n this lield, nevertheless, there aro scores of men ucre, who have k...

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In a Fix, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

In a Fix, IT was the second time he bad accompanied the young lady borne from one of (bone little aocial parties which arc gotten up to 1 bring iond hearts a etep ueurtr each utber, VVben tboy reaohed tbe gate site asked liirn if be wouldn't come in. He said he would, and be followed ber into the house. " It was a calm still night," and the hour was eo late that he bail no fear of seeing tbe old folks. Sarah took bis hat, told hioi to' ,iit down, and (the left the room to take off .her things. She was hardly gone before ber mother oarne in, smiled sweetly, and dropping down beside the young man she said-" 1 always did say that if a poor but respectable young man fell in love frith .Sarah, he should have my consent, tiomo mothers would sacriBue their daughter's happiness for riches, but I am not ono of that class." Tbe yonng man gave a start of alarm. He didn't know whether he liked Sarab or not, and he hadn't dreamed of such a thing as marriage. " She has acknowledged to me that she...

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The Folly and the Fate of Three Beautiful Sisters. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

The Folly and the Fate of Taree Beautiful Sisters. OUR readers may possibly recalled the circumstances of a fatal duel, widely pub lished at the time, which ooourred on tbej Hrd of April, 1874, on the old dueling ground on the sandy stretch of shore fronts ing liny 8i Louis. The participators Were Artelle liienvenue, a broker, and Andrea Phillij)a, a lawyer, of New OrloanB. It i was on the same ejiot whciu the fatnl bullet I of ltliet of tbe Pioajuue put to flight the gallant epirit of (he intrepid cooley; tbe ground on which- tho rifle shots of Badger ntnl Oarter were exchanged; where Soott mid Campbell bad expiated n real oritn oginary fault. Aside from the fatal termi l uationof.the meeting, the contest between Phillips and Bionvenuo would Dot have bi'co unusually remarkable but for tbe fart that, it was tho final scene in the tragic wedded liies of three women-sietera wlinee husbands fell by the liands of vio lence, incited by the evil courses of their ' wives. _ Born of reputab...

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MELBOURNE. January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

' MELBOURNE. January 14. Hight horses were burnt to deaili during the 6re At the Horsham Hold. Host discreditable) ecenos bavc occurrcd in the Assembly through tho taotios of the OppD^tioa in obstruction; they iutoud to make another effort to force a dissolution on tho motion fo r Supply coming on. A finlc of pure slock took place at Colnc, and realised the BUUI uli.'iil,OuU. January 17. The loss by flro at tlio Horsham llotcl hoe LVneliud iiCOOO. A Victorian Stcaui Tin Mining Company h&g been floated in London. Colliiigivood, showing a gross increase of 20,<JUl) inliubituhls, has been proclaimed A city. A ei'coml cable to XoEtaaniu via King's Island j u projected. i A new National Jtcrorm Lcuguc lius been es« j | tublitihud

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