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The Machines. DEFIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

The Machines. DEFIANCE. Tons <. CUitu. Oft. dtrt. gt. | 177 Columbia |?,>\ ... 17d d 0 No. 1 Wellington and No. 1 Columbia i . going through. EKTEBPRIRE. No. 2 gt. Patrick going through. 0KK-ANt)*AX.t. No. 8 Queen and Old Ideality going tliwugii, VEXC8. SI Jtese of England p.p. 25 8 0 31 l'acinc No. 3 ... 15 16 0 St. 1'AtricV No. 2 <uid Qufcu No. & going through.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

8VHKEV. J January 19. A population of BOM i» now located on Iceley's diggings in the township of Matiduelan, jfiin Gold £)uty A6uli(ion Bill hot boen read a third time. Summers' motion in tlio Assembly, to rostrint the sale of Crown lands, Lur bo.-n lost, January 20. The railway lis.« boon opined to Bathurst. Tho Marc'li dividends at lite City Bink are S and the Mercantile I2f per cent. January 21. Tlio Paries wont ofconfidence moliun nega tived on division bv a inujoii'.y of 34 to 22, 1 Two men crushed to death by a Government tfcain at Parramatlii. Si>roucll nn -ffljial of Ranwi'k Asylum lias been sentenced to {our mouths imptigtmninnl for ill-tivaiiiig boys, A boy w«» killed uccidtntnUy at Redfccn by a blow froio a cricket bull. The Joint Stock dividend is 10 per cent. Chinamen incoming The mail* lure returned frotn Gala disabled: The Hospital Collecting Committee canvassed tlie town on Thursday with very satisfactory results. The eftfe of Nigro v. McCle^atid, assault, sill ap...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rochford. JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

Rochford. Jakuib? 18. - ] The late rains of fiundny and Monday }iare filled Uio Finoneer ? <Jain»f and iiow the mil * are in full siring,- one battety -on atone from j Commodore and the other on Hadlcieh iJustlr. Tlirre are **veral parcels in the ycr«U waiting crushing, which, lefora the late fhowefs, ; h owner* i hough would imve to wait, but mov I expert to sea all rtaaredpff.before long; there is a1«o a large quantity of stone in the paddock on | the Robinson Crusoe line of reef waitinglo bo. pulmisrd under ;!lu atarupa As *oon ai « cLa-Jc.; j can be got to paes it through.' ' On Monday nighl, the Bcf. ^-r. delivered bis very interesting lecture "Our Homes" to a large i»fi?ewbiy, Ui the Got)') Templars* Hull, i'tielectntv was well rfirmed.' and a few tongs of an appropriate character (euch ee " Home, Sweet «ou.e") ll)Je»l Up tlicv g p nbile tb»* lecturer drew breath, ttafl wcJ sung by some voluutcera, and, altogether, a wry pleasant evening was went.- A collection wuB ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

Mining News | MoBTof iboteclmmfl situated on that Jongline oT t^ef, arhiuli, etarting T|V»n tbetfil-or-Mua, [ Millcherter, has an almost straight course to irarJi , the Towers hill, hare boon contidcred of great ; trfuD tm aerouot of good yk'lds of sold from the I suifwfe etoiie obtained, uud of the prospect tbey i^HVcofrich Rtone bulow ffie water level; all of I tliefii liard bctui opened out down lo the wnler. but -little wire than the pick or the reefs bas been taken our, ntid not in every cas* tht bitt of tin* qa.*Vife, M witnet* the portions of tvnf in the two uutntar* on tho Hosa of fiiislmtd, eoutd*oftst of the nroiprotor'e claim which show gold w freely wtbu brown etouu any where-ex,!t*p1-htg tt fyw patches-on ih)« field toM rione&ndih* (.zoeljant proipitote of which ha» induced pfcrtiei I to pig Out four number* aouLhof thi proipectora to "try hack" with the intounon .of patching tUe new Sole It) their ground, running 30 feet or ! more behind the firat reef in (he s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RE[?]FS. GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

THE B 11MF a . GLADBTOKE. ! Nowlv taken up by a party who are sinking Tor the reef in new ground. JEW DAVIS. ' P.C.--Pol down shaft 45 foot 1o gut reef in new ground where St cspected to ol> thicker, .not reselling it put in cross cut 3 fret; shift driving ; a tuimber just lakes* up south. HOSE OF EN0LAXD. Protection area pegged off north-cast' p.e.; party working on cap of renf; little gold riaible in botdc stone tnkun oat; reef thin P.C.-Trying new ground in back-of claim j loft 24 <ind 28 loolie» -of reef In deep ehafU water bt?ing heavy ;« few topi of stone up, Jfo 1 S-E.-Newly laid off J purty starting to .ink for reef-cv.t at 45 feet in nest claim* No. 2 S.E -After sinking 45 feet cut now reef 12 inchet thick and showing gold in ercry piece; following ri'eef down underlie. No. 8 S,E.-At HO feet in abaft close to the latter ono cot A leaier rich in gold but tula j stoking for same reof as No. 2 lias. No, 4 S.E.-Started sinking for reef lately. BVBt. One man 4t hor...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

Cojtf&jrcial. W. A. ACKKBS & Co. report.-»N"oir ibat. tile 1 Cbrivtimfi Lnihihm. nre fairiy otvr, biniue^ hn« Hlightlv improved its tunc. \Yu noiicu an in crea^nd demand fur mining shares in some of our k'Btlirs lima of rticfs. ult-o fur crushing machinery, and freehold town prupi-nies. Sumo ef our lend ing N'Cul men ure epoMilafliig largely in the above, thus shewing l.hcir fuith in the stability of this dieirici, unJ giving a general impetus lo busint'be. HOUSES.-Ou-ing to the unfavorable reports from th* Cnpe ru&U, horses havo fallen, in the market. \Va hive riupusud of a few* ut, reason* uble figures. We quoie.-Saddle Huckfi, £0 18s, tQ £I?. J.ight Jluilics«. £12 (o £20. v .iieavy Drauglifc Colls, £20 to CoO. Meiichasdisk.-\W have quitted .several lota ?of Ale (huUtc and hulk), l'orfcr, tipirif?, Muizc, &C ? Ht latest ruling rates. MINING sharks.-We hftvo had enquiries for chares in fi tmeof flip lending lines, aud t.re al present negotiating o pa...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

H. J. W. BOWKER Sttomeg, Solicitor, proctor, <Eon= begancer, <tc.. Ou be consulted daily at Hisbon's Hotel, MILLOHEBTElt. VT. S, Garter 8-0 L i c it-o'E Tiorntj's Hluicg Exchange Hotel. Charter* " " Sowers. 'j.'&'doniuw'' ATTORNEY ABD SOLICITOR, COMMISSlONElt FOB AFFIDAVITS, &o., Ohastees TOWEES. H6. P U E 0 B L L. M.D, & SURGEON, (Ltoensed underthe Queensland Medial . - Board,) Eu HEM6VED from this Club House Hotel to bb new resiitoas, nearivopposltotheMaBonic AalL Miner-Itreot, where te ban Be lonaulted *0* \ ^ 3. A, f3oharflfenberg, Dr. mea., PHY6I0IAN, Su&QEON, Atrd AOCOIICHEUB Dulj qualified at the Medical Board. CBABTEBS TOWEBS. ON WAR JANG, GEN ERAL ST O RES E E P EE, jbBA&lEBS TOWEBS. Manleod & Ob., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Custom Souse and Forwarding Agent*, TOWNSVILLE. I. ALAND, AueviswEea & @©E»(£iiDseg©Ri assist VDIBB BTBBBT, Office: SKemej's Mining Btthange Hotel, CHARTERS TO WE US. William Jacks...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

NOTICE TO COUREitOKDENTS: 3, GAEVtr in our iieit.

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Escorts, 1875. TO TOWNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

Escorts, 1875 To TowNsrtLLE. ots. dirt*. gt«. .January 7122 fl 0 March 8701 9 12 April ... 8918 1 « May 6212 10 18 June ( ? 6078 7 9 July ... 5127 8 6 Augatt ... ... fiSDS l 12 September 7UQI8 6 i October 6320 16 9 Sovnmher B5G9 4 12 lM/embcr .; 676* 0 18 Total ...63,270 13 4

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

DEATH. ALLEN.—George Allen, son of Mr. Nicholas Allen, Silverpool, Dargar, County Armagh Ireland, at the Hospital, Charters Towers on the 22nd, from effects of accident in the No. 3 St. Patrick.

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Charters Towers Small Debts Court. JANUARY 19TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 22 January 1876

Charters Towers Small Debts Court. JakeABV 19ra, 1876, In the Sari) Dd>t» Court, on Wednesday, two cue# were settled out of court. R. Yntei v. P. MiL&r, £1S, money tent. Defendant filed-no ' pJeu, but admitted the debt, and naked for time . to par. Verdict fop plaintiff for amount, to be Into court by weekly instalment* ol £1. Three eases were adjourned to Friday/ to alionr ilk Oarierfcto appear. William Cook v. George Otto, £iJ 6B. Defendant pleuded " not indebted." i'laintiflTa vase waa, that he was on* g igcd by defendant, to work in tbe Oreat Brjtuin KJ. 1 claim lor 30a. a-we;k on tbe 6th Septem* tier; lie worked to the iUti December, wben lie gjt eickj he claimed £3 6J. for four'weeks. Defendant denied that he engaged lifm before the idt.li September; bo did notbegin to wotk .Until the 27tl». Charles liedriek proved lb at he began work with plaintiff on the 27th September. Verdict for plaintiff for £1169,. and 6*. cost*. A. Fruser v. Muuro <md ftollerfou, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

The vuesertatiok OP hum IS a inrnr. Gad nave us our bodies to be sustained t\nd fostered, not to be iii'plcctcfl and nbuscil. DisrcRurd r.f the 111 rails of preserving health, a ni-i>lcct. of tlio warnings of approaching disenso, is a spccies of suicide. Maintain I be vigor nftlio body bv an objurvi>nco of tile laws of hygiene i bin if Ibis is not suBk'ictil to keep up tile proper standard or liealtn anil strength, you will find a most powerful auxiliary in IjDOLl'HO Wolfe's SCHIEDAM Auohatic SciiNAri's. ST. PATRICK & QtJEEN GRAND JUNC TION COMPANY.-A call of 113 per share is ] uiodo due on Saturday JauitttTy 28th inst.-Tiioe. , CmiisruN, Sec. i . I ODD FELLOWS' HALL GRAND AMATEuR MUSICAL1 DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT IN AID OP THE BUILDING FUND OP TUE CHURCH OF ENGLAND (Under the Patronage of C. S, Diche%, Ssg.J WILL TAKE PLACE OV THUrm&B AT, JANUAEY 27th, 1876. Grand Concert. New Farce. The Grecian StatueB. Sailor's Hornpipe Musical Melange. Stage Manager ME. O. Hb...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

Correspondence. TO THE KDITOB I SIR,-Will YOU kiudljr permit trie, lb rough tnc I medium of your journal, to }\oint out u few facta I relative to the Jute Cbpe " Hush f " ! 1 uttered at the so-called rush on 10th instant, I and on the following day Mi. Warden Charters ; came on the ground, ivhlrh, X learned, was bis second visit. Ue addressed the diggers utmost I in Ivor*, and, to be candid, those ti-ara. to my I mind, suvored very much of the mock or lach rymose! Ho stated, fcr the information of the ; JunerS who assembled to hear his twaddle, that lie hud 8|)(*ut the best part of his life in northern Queensland-thdt he regretted exceedingly the disappointment occasioned by the ru»h, but, not withstanding its failure, the locality of the rush appeared likely to bo found auriferous. This gratuitous piece of information was not much appreciated by the victims of the hoax-rush ; indeed, sonic of them, in & most chagrined tone and in very 6trong adjectives, expressed them* Belv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, OBAR2EK9 ?TOWER6 uu TOWSSVILLE. LUS&mk ?0. BEG to thank the public of Charters louere. MHlclicster, and eurixmnaitig districts for the vcry liberal support, hitherto uccorded them. , Being the PIONEER STOREKEEPERS of this field, they have always endeavored to fur* ther the interests and progress of the field und population to the best of their abilities and pecuniary position, and after & term, of four yean, find themselves, " tlianks to the public/' «mplyTe warded. LL.1 CO.'S business ha* propreswd with the Field, find they arc now iu a position tu oiler to the public I Advantages In assortment of stocky low prices, and aaomo <Ution second to none of the rival firms, which have sii.ee eUrled business on 'the " Cash/ " Plain Figure^/' aud other principles. The Approaching tret season, has induced us to procure extensive stocks of General Merchandise In advance of the demand in quality, assortment, mod price, $o*iiit the Wholesale aud Eetail c...

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The Machines. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

The Macliiues. CJnim. Ox. dwt, gr«. . DEFIANCE. No. 1 Wellington 110 1 0 No. 1 Columbia 1 15 0 No. 1 Hflrilock 8 J. o St, Pttttick p.c. end Ko. $ Sit. i'airick i>oitig through. EKTEBPUIRB. United Englishman ... 02-1 0 0 Uarelock p.c. going through. VEKD8. No. 5 Qnpcn and No. 2 St. Patrick going through. OKB'iKD'iU. No. 3 Queen, Dujr Dntrn, and Old Identity goi^g through.

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The Deacon and his Calf. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

Tbe Deacon and his Calf. On Sunday, as one of the ftrioteet deacuna was g'-ttinR ruady tn slmke the lines aver bin horses' hacks and say "ge bun," his wife remembered tliat liie calf liadu t been fed The deacon looked at hia Sunday ulutlios, and oWr»cd that he. .did unt deem it incumbent upon faint to suffer for tbe ueg1igence of others; to which (he dea coniitBs replied that eucli language in tbe pretence aud hearing: of the children, on a Sunday murninp, and from a plilar of the ohurcb, Wiib enough to shake her belief in this profebHotiB of one Bho could uemo. Tbe ileacnn banded iho lin^s to bis eldest boy, and climbed over the wheel without saying a word. He went round tu tbe front dour, aud took the key froui uuilrr tbe tnat, and bb he was trying to put the key in the bole it slipped from bin band and slid down into the Miott. Finally, be got into tbe kitchen, and storied with the milk fur tbe barnyard. He set the pail tlowru on the ground and called tbe calf, but 'the beast whi...

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Small Debts Court. January 21ST Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

Small Debts Court. JASUAUY 21ST. Before O. FI. Djceek ESQ., P.M. ®«squale Nigro t. Alexander McClelland. £30 damages from n&sault. ! Mr. Cowan appeared for plaintiff; Mr. Carter for defendant who pleaded Dot guilty, uot indebted, mid ean assault demesne. Pasquale Nigro. licensed publican, deposed: On the 7'b eaw defendant; I. Aloud and Jock Connor directed l)it» attention to (lie room where his two female ten nut 6 were; defendant was fritting on the bed, tlif *eiTaut« acre not ir bed ; one wasetaudiug up, the other lying on t be bed ; it about 10 oVlovk; a&kcd defendant to leave the room ; be Eaid ho would not; lie gore no reason; lie vms half jolly; he fancied himself strong enough to defy him j got hold of biui by tho ueck ana got to the door; thiTO lie got u blow on the upper lip on the left hide from defendant and lie was knocked on the seraudah caught him by the neck to put liiui nut «»f bit private premises ; did not striko him ; Was knocked down insemible on ...

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An Amazonian Attack. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

An Amazonian Attack. A GEELONO fi-tierman named Dufiy \va(," says liie Advertiser, " innst ipnomi ni.inely treated ou New Year's Day liy a party of women, liie fsi'liful wife being the iinp'li'fldor in the "flair, to reiuroinjf from tliG aporta held during the d«y. Dufty was anything but hosj>it»l>ly received by his wife, wli.i, with a number of tier ill liiiifitc iabqoaintiiuoo neighbours of hers determined upon paying hitn out. Accord ingly two of them laid hold of bis ?liould-. ew, t«« of his feet, aud the unfortunate roan was anything but gently carried out into the yard, were . sins-lined tank stood yawning fur Duffy Into this the Amazon, tans Unroll him despite ilia heard-rending nnd soul-stirring eutreaiios not to wet bis beet coat, with niiicli b» bad adorned him self on the fiist day in the New Year. Hid head aud bat, together with bis feet nnd his boots, were crammed in, the women finding the tank too e trail to accommodate him comfortably. When lie W*b com pletely K...

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Inquest of Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

Inquest of Death AS inquirjP, touching t!»o death of one Michael Macnamsrra, vvu6 bold on Friday ttftt*moon before C. £. J)ic.ti?n, Esq , in tbo Court douse. Vichacl leader, horse-driver, deposed : On Wednesday morning loft the saw mill &t the liurdekiu for Charters Toners; Michael Mac naoiarra was engiiifdrirer there ; it is abaut leu mile? from Charters Towers 5 saw dec-eased about holiday thut morning ; lie was lyi«|! mar a five, and lie tu^Ced over when he beard the hun>cs ivuiing close; he asked witness did be turo bjckj he paid, "No, be had only left the camp that morning j" bo said be ibougbt the road loo heavy, and that witness not come ; said he had belter wait until be cauie hack, and be would take him out of the tray ; be mid, *' No p. Tear, I'll go in to Ibc camp5 " he wo* eitiiog wittiMiia back lo the tree, oud hai bis thing* beside biui-two pairs of trousers and a ehirt ; that was about naif-past 10 o'clock ; w i! ncss j said be must be going, and that it wa...

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Temperance In Eating and Drinking. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

Temperance In Bating ttnd Drinking. I should be sorry to he misunderstood on the question of tlie necessity fur stiniula ting drinks. I am of opinicn tl.at tlie abuee of drink is tlie curtc of mankind' end not the drink itself, and tl.at it is us irrational anil delusive to eay tb«t im nun ought to take any Stimulating lieverago nt all, liecouse some folks besot thenifclve-, as lo say that no one oUfjbt to cut any dinner, because some people are cxtn> Vagant over their table. It must be ad mitted that most people in health take more stimulants than they require, <>ut they alto eat too much in like manner, and reform ID habile in needed as much in sating as it is io drinking ; indeed of the t"*o vices, over-eating is decidedly the more dfengewDs to life in its results, lint on the other hand, nun.hers <if highly oonsoientions persons injure their healili, and render ihqir own lives and ibo lives of those around theft miserable tnrougli tbeir qnerulousnesH ...

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