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Strength of the Human Body. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

Strength of the Human Body. K London paper sayt;-" The Paris news papers have-'with what foundation in fact we art finable to say, and reluctant to surmise-beon actively engaged lately in lionising a certain Father Betny, who is said to have returned , from Thibet, in which region he lias made a Dumber of conversions ueder extraordinary circum stances. The story goes that he fell, as a missionary, under the suspicion of the local authorities, and that the odium theohgtcum readied the unpleasant climax | of the luckless .ecclesiastic being con demned to the ecartele, or quartered. An attempt wa> made to put the soutenoe into- effect-le Fers Uemj's lege and arms being tied to four burses, which were straightway driven in different directions. But, it ib added, the devoted missionary j is a very powerful man, end the steeds, with all tlieir strength, did not succeed in tearing the man asunder. BU persecutor*, the story goes on to say, were so struck with his seemingly miraculous pow...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Dr. Day's Treatment of Scarlet Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

Dr. JDay'B Treatment of Scarlet ' Fever. -Itas Central Board of Health having reooivcd from the local board «f health for the city of Melbourne copies of-oertain notes by Dr. Day, of Grelong, on tne use of ozooio either in scarlet fever, has dircoted a copy af tlio same to bo sent to each locnl board or health and registered medical practitioner in the colony, the jnarked success whiaQ hoe attended thipitoatmeiit in Dr Pay's hands, not only in *the recovery of tlio Salient but in the £reventioi^ofthp spread of the isposo,'rendering it, ID tluTopinion of thf board, very defaifuble that it should at the present time be genorally known. Dr. Day's paper gives notes of the treatment of fifty-one cases, «ouie of them resident pupils in laidics' schools, and in all* of 4&pm be records a "good recovery," while, in nearly all, the infeotiou was presented from spreading to the plber children or persons in the house, the exceptions being ca8ea where treatment was not adopted at Urn out...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Norther Miner. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1876. Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY £S, lSTli. Telegraphic News. NOllTMERN MINER OFFfCV. £T0» OUtt ERlaDANL TiiLEQ ILAJ'IIIC AtiENX.] BHISBASU Jatiutry 2J. A, great gale on Nnturday afternoon, about twenty buildings \rprp more or less damaged j un immense number or windows weiu broken Vj hailstones of jiDusuatiy l$rg« size ; the storm was the most violent cxperieueed for many years. The'fibip *'St. Juinos" broke from tbe wlisJf moorings and did mncb damage ; tlic " Oliaws' *ind " Voung Australian " schooners, were sunk, 'and a email cutter. Tenders are called for the construction of fifty jjiUcs of the exteneiou of the railway from Ztalby to Boptn. Cablegrams state thut tbe English Govern* ?nentgiro a gcBerul support to the scheme tor reforms in tbe administration of iho Turkish Government rcserviut; the question of UeUls ' for further coriBidefaUon, 4 Kapler of IlagdalQ has beau appointed Governor of Oibralt nr. It is understood that tbe British Army esti mates for the eo«uing year are to be largel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

H J. W. BOWKER SUtoracg, Solicitor, proctor, <fEon= bcganccr, &c.s Can bo consulted daily at HUhon's Hotel, v ^ MlLLC 11 li&THlL. T. S- Carter SOLICITOR Tiomey'e .Mining Exchange HoteL Charters Towers. ; 3. R Cowan, ATTORNEY WD SOLICITOR, OQMrirffiStONEU ran UfVlW^.Ja^ CHARTERS TOWEltS. H e. P u ?& c E L l. M.D, & SURGEON, (Licensed under the Queendaud Medical Board,) Has REMOVED from the Olub Houm Hotel to hit new residence, nearlr opposite the Masonic Hall, Hiner-etrcct, where he cao bo consulted Jail;, J/ A- Scharffenberg, Dr. wed., PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, Afcu ACCOUCHEUR Duly qualified At the Medical Botrd< ?< CHARTERS TOWBB8. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CHARTERS TOWERS. - Maoleod & Co.. UENBfiAL STOREKKEPKRS, Chutom Eouif and Forwarding Agebta, * TOVTNSVILLK. I. ALAND, AtlCTI©V9tEER * COBMIMIOm ftSEfiH" tftKTCB 8TSBET, Office: Ticrney's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHA.RTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A U C T 1 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

BvnsEy. January f . Brown, a putyican at Cunningham Creek, (Committed suicide by cutting Imp throat with a table koifs. FfirneU boa been entertained at public lutvchcoa pnd prcseuted ^jritlx & testimonial. January 26. Hie QontmifiBiODRra for t|je Philadelphia plhirftion report that they have 100,000. copies of the mineml pjap of the colony ppmtc<J. {or circulation in America. The yiold of gold for liie last year has beeo |?,000 ops. tliort ol ^oo precedlug year.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Town Tittle-Tattle [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

Town Tittle-Tattle BY "WATCHMAN."   — "When the busy World's asleep, When gloomy Night hath encompassed her, I'm on my lonely watch." "HONOUR to whom honour is due." The sincere     sympathy shown by the Good Templars, and the kindly, brotherly manner they acted towards a maimed and dying brother — attending him faithfully to the last hour of his death — deserves, in my mind, to be noticed, as showing good- fellowship exemplified and a kindly spirit to be   encouraged. I allude to the unfortunate young   fellow, George Allen, who was hurt in the St. Patrick No. 3 last week, and who died in the hospital on Friday night last from the effects of   his injuries. Two or more members of the Order stayed with him each night up to the time of his death — comforting him and attend- ing him as best they could under the circum- stances, and doing everything in their power to alleviate his great sufferings. Considerin...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 January 1876

MELBOURNE.   January 25. The Opposition have resolved to persevere in their present tactics, and endeavour to stop supply and enforce a dissolution. Mr. Deaken went to Dalrymple on Monday. There was no business in either Police Court for the last two days.   The market has been bare of potatoes for some time, onions are also scarce. Maize is pretty full and is quoted from 13s. to 14s. per bushel.   bran 6s. The last C. B. Express complains of the non- arrival of the Charters Towers paper. The Northern Miner has been regularly posted. It sbouid have arrived in Townsville in due course. The races on Saturday next will be short and sweet. Mr. J. D Hughes may be thanked for his spirit. The weather has been so awfully but lately that a fiillip Of some kind became a necessity, A fine cake of gold was brought in on Monday to the Queensland National Bank from the "Enterprise" machine. It was from       the United ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, OHAETEES TOWERS and TOW.YSV1LLE. I. LISSHEJs. ?©. BEQ to thank the public of. Charters lower*. MiUcbertor, and surrounding districts for tbe veiy liberal support hitherto accorded them. Being the PIONEER STOREKEEPERS of tbisfleld,, they hevo always endeavored, lo fur* tber the interests and : progress of tbe«field and population-to the . best of tbeir abilities end peouniarj position, and after a term of four year?, find themselves, lt thanks to the publio," amply rewarded. I.-'t.-jt CO.*fi business ban progressed with the Field, and they are now in a position to offer totfepppbliC; Advantages In aBsprtmeotof blocks, low prices, and accomo dation peoond to none of the rival firms, wbioh have, 'aiLeeetaried business oo tbo *' Cash," " PUin'Figure,11 and other principles. The approaching wet season hae induced ub to prooure extensive clock* of General Merchandise In advance of tbe demand in quality, assortment, and price, to suit the Wholesale and fietail con .umpmption ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. George Wight in Scotland. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

Mr. George Wight in Scotland. WE have had the pleasure of seeing a letter received from Mr George Wight, our Emigration Agent in Scotland, dated Klgin, November 8, which shows that he ie busily at work in pushing our interests in the nurihern parts of Scotland. In five week* Mr. Wight has delivered eighteen leotures, and in each instmice to Urge and muoli interested audiences. Tht Internets Courier and Invernatt Aibertutr both report Mr. Wight's proceedings with seem iii* favor, and concluding a report of one of his leeturee, The Barbes Gazette cays: " To show that' Queensland is a good Geld for energetic tuen, Mr. Wight remarked that ttieir present Prime Minister had been a Glasgow clerk, and that their Attorney General was the son of a dissenting minister; and he nr^ed that there was nothing to prevent a young men of liberal eduoation and good habits from ultiaiately obtaining a seat in the Legislature. Queensland, however, Was no Geld for a lazy man, Everybody there must put his ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Murder and Suicide the River Darling. (From the S. A. Advert[?]ser.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

The Murder and Suicide the fiiver Darling. ' jErom the 8, A. MImtietcr,) Alt inqoest was held hy Mr. W. L Richardson, P M,, at the Moorara Station, on the bodies of Edward Brown and Richard Atidorson, who had been drowned in tbe liivpr Barling. Wi liam Garatsirs anid: On Monday eveninp, November 16, *lnmt tea time, I came aa a traveller to Mourura Station, and wentto the tnuu'i hut. The deceased (Richard Anderson) was there. He picked a quarrel with "Paddy." The demised wtt under the influence of drink, bat not dra k. Tue next time I saw liim wuS between' nine end ten o'clock tiie came evening. The deceased was standing on the bank of the river, clone to where tbe Steamer Blanche wag lying. 1 came off by tbe steamer,and the deceased (Richard Andersen ) raid to me, *' What is tbe captain's camef/ I told him. Be made tue of aome bad language against the captain, end said be woiiid have some drink. I told hiui that the captain had (?one to bed. and that it was useless for faim to Attem...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

JZoUoiFoy1* PilU,-Qoo& Digestion.-Holloway'a Pills are universally a&cnowlcdged to bo the safest, speediest, and boat corrective for indi gestion }Ioh of appetite, acidity, flatulency, and nausea are a few of the iuitttiveniences which are remedied with ease by these pttrifying Pills. I'hcy etrifce at the root of nil abdominal ailments, they excite in the stomach a propereecretion of gBslric juice, and regulate the action of the liver, promoting in that orgin a copious supply of pare, wholesome bile, eo necessary for diges tion. These Tills remove all di6teuiioa and obstruction, and fiom (heir harmless composition are peculiarly well adapted for delicate prreonR and young children; whilst casting out impuri ties these excellent Pills straighten the ey*teoi and give muscular tone. " Happy in the human beinc," rays tlie New York Tribune, " who has the tact to do b disagreeable thing beautifully. Here are tbo men of America continually a babbling concerning the aggravat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Results of a Domestic Spelling Match. (From the Detreit Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

Results of a Domestic Spelling Match. (From tile Detreit Free Frtw.) THE other evening, old Mr. sod Mrs, OuffiD, who live to Bush-street, eat in their cos; back parlour, be rending bie paper, end she knitting, end the family eat stretch ed out under the etove, sighing and feeling sorry for cats not so well fixed. It was b happy, contented .household, and there was lovo in his heart as Mr. Coffin put down his newspaper, and remarked " I see that the whole country is becom ing excited about spelling schools." " Well, it's good to know how to spell," replied the wifo. " I did'nt have tlieohance some girls bad, but 1 pride myself that I cad spell almost any word that couies along." " I'll see about that," he laughod ;11 oome' now, spell buggy." i " Humph! that's nothing - b-ti-g-g-y ? buugy," fibe replied. , "filiated tbe first time-lift ! ba I" be j roared, slapping b\B leg. " Not mbch-that was right." " It was, eh ? 'Well, I'd like to see anybody get two g's in buggy. I would. " But i...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

SYDNEY. Jnnuaiy 26. ] The directors of the Bandvriok A«yium Iihto . ordend a searching inquiry regarding the ill* treatment of aorne children. It has been resolved to establish a Caledonian Socie'y. January 2?. The Anniversary Regatta was a great success. Tricket woo the champion race. There are 5000 per6oa6 on the Icely diggings. Mandurama, near Carcoar, lias been declared opened. yesterday, the general feeling of the prospects of Uio ground la thai disappointment is certain. Junuery 26. Cunningham, one of the robbers of the Commercial Bank atCannoobar. has been arrested and cummitted Cut trial. 1 Notice has been given in the Awombiy of the introduction of a Bill to increase the salaries of the judges, A small exodue took place from the Icely dig* gings yesterday t there is nothing to warrant a rush.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
My Trip to the Cape. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

My Trip to tbe Cape: Aw ounce and a half to the load from three feet | of washdirt, was templing enough to induce me [ to visit that locality after tbe Christmas holidays. Fully provided, I took my departure on the 5th instant per " D&riion's Express," (entre nou*,» horse team), the weother being intensely hoi, the want of the aqueous element was acutc.y felt, and visions of Bass, Blood, and Allflopp would tantalisingly intrude; but "Good*bye, beer" was the fiat from the Towers to the Lower Cape township, as en pattant, I may state that be* twoen the two places there is not a habitation wherewith to refresh the inner man. even with " Adam's ale," Camped At the Lake on the evening of the 7th (a reedy lagoon would cer tainly be a more titling term for it)-number® of wild duck are here to bo fount). Some of our party spent a eoupie of hours and a quantity of ammunition oil the feathered tribe, but did not succeed in basuing their game, although the quantity i»f reeds that Were ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Dalrymple Police Court JANUARY 25. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN, Esq., P.M., and H.W. PALMER, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

Dalrymple Police Court Jahfabt 25. Bkfobe O. 6. Dicekh, Req" P.M., and H. W. PiLMEE, Etq., J.P. John Edword Walker r, William Mark, pound- I keeper, £30 dumagea fop wrongful impounding and selling % bay gelding, branded bar IT con joined near thigh. Defendant pleaded not guilty end nut indebted. i Mr. Cowan, solicitor, Charters Towers, en paired for plainlifi'. 1 The plaintiff deposed that on the 8rd Ddoem* ber on® of Jiie horers was impounded from the Dotswood elation by order of \V. Smith, mana ger » lie received 110 notice of (ho imtKMinding from the defendant or his agent, although de* fendant knew that plaintiff was tho qtvnor of the horse ; the horse was branded &6 described In the informations t there was uo notice of fm pounding in theGoremmmt OatctU, nor of the m1e, nor was there a notice of the intendod sale posted at the nearest Court of Potty Sessions as required by the Impounding Act; further; defendant bud no board et bis pouod with the scale of fees painted up...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

Mining News. VrniY pood reports having been circulated in the past week of " finds" ami " patches struck M in claimB on several of our principal lines of reef, I wob glftd to hare tbe opportunity of verifying them by personal inspection. Foremostamonaet them stands tbe specimens (now on view ot the Queensland National Bank) broken down from the biock of stone between tbe straight and un derlie shafts in the North Australian No. 3 mine on J uesday evening. The whole of the blond now being raised lookB first-eluss, end on the top of a bucket of quarts I saw raised thcro were several small uuggets, or pieces of coarse gold. The reef is two feet thick, and the average of tbe crushing is ccrtnin to bo raised consider ably by the stone now adding to it. In the claim, Rainbow No. 1 S.. the inundic has boon cut 80 feet down underlie shaft*-'181) from surface. The tmall portion of reef broken down has no unusual appearances, but an opinion catuiot bo expressed upon its merits yet. It u worth...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The 'Courier' and the Kanakas. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

The 'Courier* and the Kanaka s. THE White Man'® Protect'-on l^gue recently instituted in Mary borough is to be credited with a very acceptable though, we fear, rather an im practicable initial conception. This is no less an original au idea than to inrite the Oovertunent of South Australia to inaugurate a system of Im* migration to Adelaide from Queensland, it being understood, of rourse, that the members or the League are prepared to be the first to lead the way. At any rate, there it m»on to hopp that the talented projectors to whom the League owes Us formation would give tl»e practical proof of their sincerity which their departure from or* colony would afford* 'ihe cause to wlrirh ibis brilliant idea owes its conception is stated to bo the increased favor with whioh employers in Maryborough have gradually come to rcgardtthe employment of cheap colored laborers in *he eery lowest and least exictinf, avocations. They have discovered, it appear, that a South Sea Islander is as capa...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE REEFS. RAINBOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

THE EEEFd. RAINBOW. Longden's Lease Shaft: Preset depth 65 feet, hard ground, but steady progress is being made. P.f*. Company : Engine set, iron shed erected, frame, uprights, &c. fixed last week-the whole work being remarkable for pimplifiljraiid strength -the two uprights orcr ahaft bearing pulley an*i rope perpendicular, and supported by two (?tout props a lillle over half their bight on winding side of shaft, constituting the whole framework for running gear-at present only one rope i* used-engine and glaring now working smoothly ; at foot of shaft a temporary tvel* baa been sunk, chamber cut, and Jercls started; no atone yet crushed. No, 1 S.: Cut mundio stone, ordinaiy kind, ot 80 f<>et down underlie ; reef IS ini&es, and mnkiag quickly; crushing top stone at Mary Louisa machine. No. 4 X., J. B. Ross, Henderson and Tongli: 1 Finished timbu-rin£ shaft; starting to sink an underlie. WrKDEill. Eastward Ho Lease : Opening out 70 feet into lcasa prope...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Premier in Glasgow. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

I The Premier in Glasgow. OK November 18 thoro vras launched from Messrs. Napier ana Sana' yard at Glasgow, the Dunrobin Ctifitlo, a fine steamer of 3,000 ton! Jo'be employed in tho Natal trade. Mr, Mao* alister, the Premier of Queensland, and Mr. M'Deritt were prcRont ot the c remony. During (ho after*iuncli«on apeeches. Tlu< HOD. Arthur IV acalister, who was received with ap* plauso, stated that, although it xtabi five and thirty years Binoe be was in Glasgow befoie, lie etiil claimed it as the plare of bit birth, and bis return to it after euoli a Jong absonce had given rise to the proudest imprefisiotis *ie bad ex perienced for many a day-ho vacant in regard to tbo progress which the city bad made j for it waft admitted in all part* of the world, and particularly in all parte of the Colonial Empire, ibat tbero was no city ID Great Britain, either ! tit a town, or in reference to it* harbour, which I Iiadebowuo greater measure of progre»s during i the last thirty year*...

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The Machines. DEFIA[?]CE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

The Machines. DKFIAKCB. No. 3 St. Patrick going through, E2fr£&PBt6R. Havclock p.c, going through. VENtra. No. 5 Queensland, No. 2 St. Patrick e-oimr through. ONE-AND-ALIi. No. 3 Queen, Day Dawn, and Old Identity going through.

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