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

TO TUB EDtTOB. SIR.-A death occurred Inst (rock in the hospj/al* causc 1 beliore, typhoid fever, would it not be ndvhabta, brfore tlint ftwrful disease spreads tn nur mist, to try, before it is too late, lo remove eomo of the causes of that, epidemic. There is a fine scope for the Charters Towers Committee to trytwd eradic te an abominable nuisance, now |n our oudet; 1 allude to the numerous cesspools in Mosswan-street, some of them only a few yards from the pWhwny.eimK only a few feet in the ground, and full to over flowing, the cftlueiuui arising from them ut times ffipneially when the wind id blowing from the West, ie enough to poison the whole town. I will make no further comments, but leave it to those wore interested. Yums-jsc., SANlTAfcY.

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LONDON. January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

LONDON. January J 7. | Vacalifltcr w»« entertained at a banquet in Glasgow. Tlie Pruvost of tbe city was chair, man. The dinner was attended by members of Parliament of the city anil district, tbo loading merchants aril scvcrul old colonists. Tbo Queen will ebortly pay a visit to Coburg, ehc afterwards goes to Baden. It if> announced thntlltr Mojceiy will open Parliament, accom» puttied by thu Princess of Wallet. The political crisis in Paris has ceased. Dulanrc, Minister of Justice/and Luy Midislcr of Finance have resigned, The Governffiout buvo issued a proclamation, stating tbat tbe couutry requires reposu umljajl hobopt triii) of. the existing constitution till 1880, when the I'ic&idunt alono will be entitled to proposo a revision of the form of gorcrbmont. - - llio escort brought' over two tliouwiud ounces of guld from Kuveoswood. Ebr&tuv.-In Defiance crushiug in our last, for Alabama " r«vd '. Columbia." Wo :irc requested to call attention to the le of Mi'. ...

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

Correspondence. TO Til It CDUOK. Silt,-Will you kindly correct a mUt-ake made in I nter headed "ttiirrfckm," in your iwue of 4he Slh, If you Uiudly look at letter ugaiii you wiU not, we staves mentioned; it should be the eqimtier feeing a el ant ran in and hit the old man, the ring on Ids band vauEing t he blood to come ; no staves whatever were used in tlio affair, l'lease correct and oblige. , EYB WITKK3S.

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

TO TIIK EDITOR. Siu,-1 perceive by your very able Leaders of j la to, that the Hospital U in Oiffioultiee. The. cause, also,. is easily perceived ;-thopublio do not subscribe so liberally us they uii^ht. And is it any wonder, when tbvy read the loose way in which tlie public money is expended ? It trill be well for that -noble institution, our hospital, if tho committee will work xuorc iu luirtnony and be of one mind in putting down the expenses with au unsparing hand. in tbe first place, the vrardsmau's salary is out of nil proportion. There are few if any, inon on tbe field have such good pay» On (Jympij. the wnrdsman re ceives £80>por yearj in Qlermout, wardsman ' arid matrQ&peeeive £85 per aatitim< Bat, here " our wardsman receives, for hi# services alone, nearly double the jibove salary ; and when you consider he. gets rations for his wife and four children #8 ipeil, it's far more tfian double. The secretary, too, reoei^es far too high u. salary; £50 per y...

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

TO TUB EDITOB Sib,-It must bo & good tbinj* to be conneeled any way with those dmnler?»t?d per*ons who make it their business, or pleasure, to get up races for the amusement of the-uowa»hea I was going to tay, but will'siy for the iieuefit ofpublicuus and sinner* instead. I find those gentlemen who did their best io aid of getting up the Christmas races, paying' for «ervioes . tendered with that Jibemllty which generally distinguishes large minded men when .giving away money or goods bolocgiug to other people, that its quite refreshing in these days of pinoh* Ing to make things meet, to observe that there is some libdraliry 4fnorfgst ill yet, the amount all told raised for thd Christmas races was £082 17®,, for tlte honor of handling this money and giring their vuiy valuable tiuiu to aid in. expending it, X And they allot for themselves as under. £ . d Krpence of collecting and stationery 12 U 6 Clerk nf the course dewing the t races, finding stock whins, ojjd cutUng stray d...

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

SYDNEY HOjJSE, CHARTERS TOWEBS TOWSSVIUE. I. pEG (o thank the public of Charters rowers. J) Mfllchester, and eurrounaing districts for tlx *ery liberal support bttlwrto uccordeil them. " Being (lie HOSEKR STOREKEEPERS of this firiil, they IKVVP alr/avB endeavored to fur tlirr the interest, and progrrtiof the field and population to the best of tlieir obililiei aid ; pecuniary position, and after «. term of lour yeart, find tliorosolves, " thanks to the puolir," amply rewtrded. I. IJ. 4t CO.'S business tint profiled villi the "Field; and tbey ate now in a position to sBiir to tli* (tpblis Advantages In asiprtment of aloc&e, low prima, and aea>*nr< Nation tooond to none of the rival firm*, wtaMi Jiave - sii.re started biuir.eai on the *' Cafch," " Btatn Figures," and other principles. The a|ipraaching wet season bu induced us to prorure rx> putirc etoufci of General Merohand&e InJUfranoeofthe demand in ruslitj-.a**' Hm"!)', and price, to suit &...

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The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

The Machines. VHNV8. ( No. fi Queen nnd No. 2 St. Patrick going (limngli. TNTKllPBIRK. Ni>. 2 Si. i'otrick going through, M'KiAKCr. Columbia p.c. srill troing through. OXE-AKl)-iLL. Hung up undergoing rcpuirs.

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

H. 4. W. BOWKER Stcornej), Solicitor, proctor, &01U fccgancer, tot.. O*o be comulted daily at Hialion'e Hotel, MiLLCBKSTfitt. T. 8- Carter SOLIOITO.E Tiernej'e Mining Exchange Hotel.. Charter* l'owera. ft Cowan, ATTflSKEV i*D BOLICITOE, . OOHHISBIOSJjU jtob J&FUMXLTS, to, CB4BTBB8 lOWBDB. HO, P U K C E I" 1< M.D, & SUliGKON, (licensed under tlie Queensland Medical 4 Board,) Has BEHOVED from the Club H>«wc Hotel t> hU new itaidenre, nearly opposite the Musonlo Hall, illoBMtrect, where lie can l» consulted <Uilj, 3. A Soharffenberg, Dr.med., .PsTBIOIAff, BiIBOEON, AfD ACCOUCBEUO Duly qo»lifi«4*t the Mediwl Board. CHARTERS TOirCRB. ON Wftft JANG. GENERAL '6*r OH B KliBPBB, CHAETEES TOWKES. Manleod A Co.. tiBNBKAl' OTOllKKKKI'RBB, OutBtn Howe a(id Torwerding Agehte, towksmtx. I. AL&ND, KINXK BHtBET, 1 Xicrnej's Utiiing Bichangc Hotel, Chahtbkb ^TOwaits. William Jackson. A XJ O T I O N E B U, General Commission Agent, M0S3MAN ST...

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

SYliNKV. JannaTT 14. ] The Ftntndt>d mail elcatnor 44 Brisbane " ar rived id Singapore on Suturdtiy Inst; the " Nor* inaoby " left Clint portnu Wednesday, with tbo iJcrcmbor English mails, lilondia is gone to Auckland, January 17. Two men stuck up the branch of ilio Commer* cial bank at Connoobar by presenting pistols fit (lie munngcr whPat he was in btd; ibcy com polled him to open the fioTe, and took £1500 in notns and fijwcio, Tbo Directors offer a reward of £250 for the apprehension of tho robbere. A eum of £10,000 bat now been subscribed towards the expenses of shipping a cargo of frozen meat to England.

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINIM OITICV. LrfiOM oL'U BHJbDAN'E ratxaiuriuc AQENI".] iuusimms JaDuory 14. XitsUody of rs-Judgo BInkeiiy b&B been mifeing (or part of two days; it has been found iu the j river. , Tito plans arc ready for telegraph office in Quruii'Strvcr. and for tho lighthouse on the ' 1101 th reef ouUidc the patch oft the JJarrie llecf, at the entrance of Capricorn olinxmeJ. January J.K. . Ex*J«dgc Blakony vms buried (UU nftcnvwu ho woe 73 yours of uge. Ho represented Uria» banc, and was Chuirimin of Cotouiiltces in the first I'arliauicnl alter ttcpur&tion. January 17. Stevenson, otvncrof the Rarcnslxiuruc station on the Ihtrcoo, is n candidate for the repreaentu.* lion of Clermont. ! Maealieter lias telegraphed lo Hetnutant thai' ! he is in good health, una purposes leaving Lon* . don on hi* return to the colony by the (steamer . of tb<!2l6t January, which is due here on the ».nd March ! Murlin. the Noumea escapee, hut been dU* , charged f...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

DEATH. RUTHERFORD.—At Millchester, on 9th January, John E. Rutherford, aged 42 years, third son of the late Wiliiam B. Rutherford, Caddagh-house, Ballybay, County Monaghan, Ireland.

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Charters Towers List of Assessors for 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

Charters Towers List of Asses sors for 1876. 1. William Hamer, Lease No. 81.       2. Donald Gollan, do. 106. 8. Thomas Raine, Queen P.C. 4. William J. Toll, do. No. 4. 5. Charles G. Hurrey, ditto. 6. Neils Petersen, Lease No. 57. 9. William W. Harrison, do, 121. 8. D. O'Sullivan, Martin Lyons P.C. 9. Robert Josephs, Lease No. 122. 10. Richard Coxall, do 36. 1. Ross Robinson, do 26.   5. John Nettle, do 12. 3. Lars Klastad, do 43. 4. Nicholas Bice, do 23. 5. Henry R. Boulton, Mary No. 3 E. 6. John Basalisco, Old Identity P.C. 7 John Cooper, Lease No. 105. 8. Patrick Sullivan, Mary No. 3 E.   19. John Walker, Lease No. t8. 20. Joseph Connolly, Maude St Ledger No. 1. 1, John Deane, Lease No. 11. 2. Henry Mortimer, Mary No. 3 E. 8, John McBain, Lease No. 82. 4. William H. Duman, George Peabody No 2 E. 6. David Rolliston, Lease No. 81. 6. John Michael Ryan, do 26. 7. Thomas Pollard, do 21. 8. John Needham Longden, do 12. 9...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1876. It is nearly a year since the question of   elevating Charters Towers into a munici-   pality was first mooted. Since then the   town has grown in every direction, and   the arguments in favor of a municipality   have been materially strengthened. Sani- tary considerations alone of the gravest   character now press on our notice the necessity of placing the town under proper government. Townsville is now suffering a terrible punishment for its disregard of natural laws, and we may put it down as a certainty that Charters Towers and Millchester, unless placed under proper sanitary control, will be exposed to a similar punishment. The Town Council of Townsville paid no attention whatever to the cleansing of their town; open drains and overcharged closets were allowed to spread poison in all directions, and now the punishment follows. The doctors and lawyers and aldermen are all d...

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Town Tittle-Tattle. BY "WATCHMAN." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 19 January 1876

Town Tittle-Tattle. BY "WATCHMAN." ---"When the busy World's asleep,   When gloomy Night hath encompass'd her, I'm on my lonely watch." JOHN E. RUTHERFORD ! How familiar that name is to all of us. His death has caused a great change to come over Millchester, and it has the appearance just now of a town suffering fro to some great calamity-an irrepatable loss. The unexpected and eudden decease of its well known and respected chemist has cast a gloom over the whole town; and I do not wonder at it, for that township has been deprived of a good citizen and a staunch friend by the death of John E. Rutherford. He may have had a few enemies, but any ill-feeling against him before his death has now been forgotten, having died with him. His funeral was the largest ever took place on this field, find abundantly testified how well he was liked and respected. Now that "Old John" (as he was familiarly known) is dead and gone, his loss among us is much felt, and has left a gap which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

I Iftilforvay't Ointment, omf Pilh need only a single trial to make* known their capabilities, | Ko outride sore op in word ii>6nmimlion can Jong I withstand ibe cooling, purifying, nn<i influctmee exerted by <i>eso twin Medicaments. J lie t bd znipchfaf rraunt or ohronio, gre^t or Flight, painful orfctaijily annoying, it wil succumb i before the curative * jrlurs of tlicep noble re* I medics, Mliivb c&n bo r!ght|y Applied by : person who will &U»i)tiv.eIj rend their ttepom* | panning dJfcofluufe, wbldt fire propounded in the i pluiuest- language, void or technical tcntu, and i printed in (ho most Ippiblo charaotors. !To tbo nunof taiiinrrf confined to lila couminp*houBe. i mid liatDBeed by fugnpuneute, thiSe fills are ! inraluoblc i for |lie ntun of pleueui*, addicted to i free living* llity are pceilces. fllENDtflttS WASTED Top my Ttioutand I (60,000) I'O^b tib jwr 100 Feet. Forfijieei* ffcjtMon,iif>]riv lo W\ 3). CiR^v."Chn>-lrr» ...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

Correspondence. TO *K!i EDITOB. Sib,-Your contemporary in MiUcbrsteratt aeked mo in his Inst issue in a way, which I will tiol eiaetly caU11 plngoriy," to w&o Mb own classics!} term, but certainly ii h n *rry fiokening mixture which lie throws over mo, eoiup^jrt of the fUttifit of flatteries, winch I did tut look or cere for, find mslieioua fall&eies which I do not detcrxe. If I io not iike to logo my wnrdeman it is certainly foeeitusa 1 know bis merits. I inust not be rebuked for my likings or dislikes, and I WMild not liku lo five iiiin remold for one of Mr. CuiacVs creatures. It. is untrue that tlicris 16 no hospital diet and no dietary Bualos, find Mr. -Cusaek knout it/beesuse be was number of the Committee when I suggested tliem! He voted fori hi' Townsvilie hospital dietary scales to be adopted JV»r one month on I rial. ot«d, when the Visiting Committee and the'Doctor brought the queuing complaints of the growling patients , before tbe Committee, be roted for t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHAETEBS TO WEBS axd townsyiixe. LiiBmrn. co. BSO to thank the public of Charters lowers. Millchester, and surrounding districts for tho very liberal support hitherto Accorded tbeia. Being the PIONEER STOREKEEPERS of this field, they have always endeavored to fur* tber the iuterests and progress of the field and population to the beBt of their abilities and pecuniary position, and after a term of four ycarp, find themselves, *' thanks to the public," amply rewarded. I. L. & CO. 'S business has progressed with the Field, and they arc now in a position to offer to the public In assortment of slocks, So** prices, and aeccmo dation second to nono of the rival firms, which liave sii.ee started business oo the "Cash" " Piain Figured," and other principles. The approaching wet season has induoed ub to procure tsJeusive stocks of General Merchandise In advance of the demand in quality, assortment, and pries, to suit the Wholesale aud ltctail eon sumpmption of this comm...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22. 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

SATURDAY, JANUARY £2. 1876. THE quantity of gold sent from this fluid by escort to Toivjisville for the yean. 1875 was 09,27(ioz l3Jwts4grs. In IB74 tho escort took (i'J,34aoZ 3dwts 4grs, and in 1873, 74, 745oz, l^hrts, 3grs. Jn tho year 1873 the cold from quartz was 59,853 ozs and from alluvia114 Qllozs.; it is only for tho past two years that a fair estimate can be forpjod of the quautity of gold produced fro<» quartz nloue. There is a most satisfactory increase in the yield, nearly - 10,000 ozs. in excess of 1373, an I 6,931 ozs. over tho year 1874. The average yiold in the beginning of last year was put down at 4000 ozs a month ; hut durin; 1875 the muntlily average was over ?000 qts, and looking at the increas ing vigjr infusod into mining enterprise here, the opening lip of new g .oilnil, and the Additions to our oruslrng machinery, now projected, we inay fairly anticipate n larger iiveiugn per month during tho present voar. January lias openel favor ably, pending d...

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Millchester Police Court. JANUARY [?], 1875. Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

Mttlchester Police Court. jAVUMtv Men, 1875. Before O. 8. DICKE.V Ksq., P.M. i Constable Wnhlron, churged villi using ob erene Uuguage ia a public place, pleaded " iiut guilty." Mr. Carter Appeared for defendant. Constable l'rifritiy deposed t On lue 6th WAS on night duty'with Constable O'Leary, about 10 o'clock in tlij main stivci« Charter* 'iWers; 61 w defendant going into the Sp.)rtainans Arms; lie came out again and ffll across witness' free where 1jo ? defendant wus uji> pareotly drunk { went up tho afreet; on coining taek Sa.cr -defendaiii and Constable Kennedy talking very luiidiy; defendant eaid, 4 X <joavt care » B" the B. man, Jce.<i" vtetit down the street i ou returning found him in the *»rac place in a very excite J «tite j ho said he didn't mre a fi. for *U (lie constables and otfbeT hero ; he then trout into the Bide roooi of tLe tjporis imtn*« Arras, took off bis coat, and was in a fighting aUiturti! i heard hiiii *ay, *4 I'll have eaiUfactio...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

Telegraphic News. NOBTBERX MWEB. OFFICE. [raosi ODD EB16BANE TBLEG&irma AOEST.1 .BULSUANE' Januarr ID. A laborer, proceeding homewards, wai killed by lightning y^terdny afternoon. A farmer et Toowoomba has died 'from the effects of sunstroke. The weather there ha* bt-cn the hotiect experienced for years. Tho drought u> the westward continues. Tltc n&siouary steamer. "BHsuguwan" re* turned to Somerset on (bo 27th December, with Rev. MacEurlune, Chester Albertis, the Italian naturalist, aboard, after (iieir expedition up the Fly Ki»-<?r, which they cxplored 165 miles, being luO rail.'t; further up the river than Any expe dition hitherto accomplished. At the point tiny reached four fathoms of water wcie found, and the river was qnil© a mile vide in aome places. The country on both fct&es woe flat and a\\fempyt but of an open character, the man* groves being back at the extreme point reacted. The natives, fully armed, attacked the party, but made a ...

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