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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

"THE QUEENSL A.NDER" ; For 1876. j 1 MONG the special features of The Queens. ^ lander for 1676 will bo the issue of e Scries of District Maps of Queensland, giving the latest idturmation'ia the poiscssion o£ the Lands Department aad alio wing distinctly the Public Lands open to Selection, In the various Land Agents' ^Districts throughout the Colony. Each Plan, ad issued, will contain plnln printed instructions as to the mode of acquiring land,1 conditions of settlement, method of keeping tbe jflan &n authentic record of the progress of land *ettlemcnt in eachdiRtnct, and such other infor mation as may bo likely to prove profitable to «ur country readers. Ae the work will entail great cost aad labor* the Proprietors trust that those inteiested will recognise their efforts to supply a great and long 4elt want. Arrangements have also beon made to secure the services of a practical and competent Agricultural Reporter, trhoso time will oo exclusively devoted to a Personal Examin...

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

H. J. W. BOWKEE Stiortiq), Solicitor, Proctor, QBoiu fagancer, &c.> Can'be oonjulfcod dailj at Hishon's Hotfll, UtLLOHESTEU. T. 8. Carter. SOLICITOR Tiorncy'i Mining Exchaoge Hotel. CUartew TEowers. J. JGt Cowan, : ,A?WOt(lKEV **D SOLICITOR, OOBOnSSlONBU FOE AFFIDAVITS, &a, Gff&BXBBS T0WBB8. H< c PUECELL M.D, & SURGEON, (Uoensed under^rtieguoensland Medical Hu REMOVED from tho Club House Hotel to hii new iwidenoe, nearlv opposite the Masonin Hal), Mtaerttteet, where be can be consulted daily, J. A- Boharffenberg.Dr. mod., PHVBIOIAN, SUEGPOM, AKU ACCOUCHEUR - |)|jj qualified »t tlie Mcdical Board. CHAltTE&S TOWEEB. ON WAR JANG, GBN EBAL STOREKEEPEfi, OHAETEIU3 TOWEH8. Manleod & Co., tJENEBAL BTOBEKEEPKBS, Carton House and lorwirfliag Agouti, ? . townsvim®. I. ALAND, HH86VJ083SER ft e©M]ga!®®!©S3 ft®ERIT inveB BTBBET, Office 1 Tieraej's Mining Exchange Hotel, GBAUTEfiS TOWEUS. William Jackson. A V C t 1 O N E E R, General C...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. ODB EBI6UAKE IKLKlltU'HIC AGENT.] BRISBANE January 26. There have bcon fine showers since midnight. January 27. i The agricultural and hoiticultural ehow at I Toovroomba lias been most successful. It was followed yesterday by a public dinner. Gioom presented an address and a handsome testimonial of 250 sore, iu recognition of the Parliamentary success. Hemm&nt, King, utid Thorn were pre-' sent. Bain is general over tbe colony. January 28. Further deaths have occurred among the immigrants by the "Gauntlet." It is stated that the Quarantine Regulations eie most defective. The Queensland National Bank dividend is 8 per cent per annum. The progress of the bank is most satisfactory; £10,000 has been added to the reserve fund, and they hate carried oyer £4000. The " Normanhy's" uews In Perak, in January, four partieB of Molars surprised the British troops, but were beaten off with loss. Major Hawkins and others wer^ killed and several wound...

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

6AT0UDAY, JANUABY SB, 1876. The year has opened here with a general spring in mining enterprise. The capital accumulated here in finding its way to investment. OrusVling machines bays changed bands, and on every side wc see increased energy and activity. Among the prospects for advancement and de velopment, one ban been brought under our notice which deserves the special at tention of all who desire to Eee this field ttdvaaoe. Tbo idea bus been long held by many here that a tunnel right through the Towers Bangs would reveal several valu able reefs. To undertake a work or this kind requires iatge capital, and greater facilities for working than ate afforded under the present regulations. The pro tection area, under the regulations, is only 60S feet on each side of the tunnel, with p. length of half a-tnile across the hill or plateau. A t least one hundred and twenty five acres would be required. We think the Government would be justified in granting this quantity of ground. There is ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 29 January 1876

MELBOURNE. January 26.   It is intended to erect a handsome building on the site of the Criterion Hotel for an Exchang. The general offices are to coat £80,000, to be raised by an issue of debentures. An Academy of Music is to be erected at the Variety opera house. The defulcatious of Clarke, the secretary of the Building Society, reach £4000.   January 28. A box of jewellery valued at £3000 has been seized, for being smuggled as passengers' luggage by a presumably respectable firm. A member of the Birmingham School Board is travelling in the colonies for the purpose of obtainind an insight into the various educational systems. A priest has refused the burial rites in conse- quence of the children of the deceased being taught in the State School. John Bell, one of the earliest settlers in Victoria, is dead, worth half a million. The Primary School will open on Monday next. The children have had a long holiday, and should be glad now to go to school. A slaug...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

WANTED, a Female General SERVANT, Jusl-ln-Tlmo. Tenders Wanted FOR the EUEOXIOJf of a WHIM on tlis No. 8 North Rainbow. Plauo* and Specifi* cAtions nnd aH particulars to bo obtained on thu C'aim on or before MONDAY, tho 7fcb February. January 3 J Bt, 1876, ^ # & Masonic. THE Annual and Bipolar Monthly Meetings of tlie Charters Towers Masonic I/odge will be held in the Lodge Boom, Charters Towers, WEDNESDAY EVENING, February 9th, 1876, at 7*30 p.m. Punctual attendance enjoined. WILLLLftf DAVIE, Secretary, Presbyterian Church AOOXGREG ATIONAT/ MEETING will (d vj be held in Christ Church, od TO-MOHKOW (Thursday) NIGHT, at 8 o'clock, to receive Report of Committee, for past year and open Tenders for Building Manse. Charters Towers Cemetery Trust. rp usual Monthly'Meeting of (he above will be held in the Masonic Hall, on Thursday Afternoon, the 4th instant, at 8 o'clock. THOB. lUJCKLANDtHomfieo. Charters Towera Committee. THE usual Monthly Meeting of tbe above Committee will be h...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Storm in Gympie. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

Storm in Gympie. A. JFoaioDS storm of wind, lightning, hail, and rain passed over Gympie about 4 o'clock on Monday afternoon. When at its height 1 it was, we think the severest storm which [ has oocurred here since Gympie was in habited ; but fortunately it continued only | a short time, lastinjr a very fen minutes, although for dome time previously the sky [ had » peculiarly disturbed and angry ap pearance. . | During' about Eve minutes, when the equall wasterriGe, building* were blown duurn or partly demolished, chimneys sent flying, fences levelled, trees uprooted, large braiiohes wrenched off end flung Violently about in ell directions, and win dowF, especially BUCIi as facod to the north ward (from which direction the wind fim eame) riddled by the hail, which wis about &b Urge as entail marbles. When the storm abated and people in the neighbourhood of the Varieties ventured to tako a look at the weather, they found the old theatre lying in a heap with its back brokeo, s...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The late Judge Blakeney. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

The late Judge Blakeney. (from the Courier.') It is with regret we liavo to inform our readers that the late Judge Hlakeney was found drowned in the Brisbane River yesterday morning. Me was soiled with paralysis about two years since, which ..fflicted his mind, and rendered him quite unfit to dioliarge his official duties as Judge of the Western District Cuurt, which position he risignoa in September of lest ynr There is little doubt »b*t, immediately previous tu the ncaident which oaused his death, liia mind was wandering, aod lie caused considerable umh-ly to his family in ouneequence. The morning he left home fur tlie last time, ho was ap parently in better health thou ukiihI, and there was no reeeoa to suppose that lie' had j ouy other intention tlma to take a morning | walk, as WAS his custom. Tho fate which Ultimately overtook him must therefore be j considered as aeoidentul, Tho deceased j was called to tho Rat in London in the [ year 1831, and upon the death of bis lather ca...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Kanakas. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

The Kanakas Toe Kanaka Question Is coming to the fore We admire the sarcasm of the proposition made by the Maryborough Workings Men's League to ilia South Australian Government. True or un true, it is good sarcasm ;it points a tnora if it do not adorn a tale. Such com petition as the supporters of eight hour's work are now exposed to in that district is intolerable. Can it be expected tnat tliey will stand quietly hy and see these black, fellows wheeling perambulators; driving bugity liorses; doing up gardens; peeling potatoes; scrubbing floors; and wa-binu up dishes, whilst they themselves, or their yoUBg-!a,dj daughters, are desirous of doing tbe tame work, according to fitness of sex or strength, foi less wages? There ore several ominous-looking feature* deve loping themselves On this South 6e« Islander Question. Scaroely a Nor/hern paper come* to hand without some reference to (be difficulties oonnoctod with tbe traffic or wlt'i tbe men. Tito procuration of these men is liable t...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Madrid Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

A Madrid Scandal. Id Spain, Madrid fass been stirred hy a terrible story of scandal, such as fccems Dative to the toil of that city. Mauy persons have been imprisoned tar giving it circulation, aud in tlie opinion of the Timet correspondent it is on invention intended to discredit tlie young Kin*. Our own Vanity Fair gives lbs dotaila at follows :-" Tha story goes, that some time since tlie young King Alphonso became enamoured of a beautiful girl, tbe daughter of . lientenant-coloncl in tlie Spanish army, then iibibul, and fighting with liiB regiment in tlie north. Tho young lady's motber, it is Baid, was for her ave equally beautiful with tho daughter and it soon name to l» known amongst tbe neighbours tbnt the King aud the Duke de Sesto were very constant visitors at the house, and at length it became known to 'be Colonel's brother, who thought it his duty to write to tbe Culonpl bin Golf, and to put bitn in possesion of the remarks whioh were being made. The Oulonel at oiicc loft...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Russian Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

The Russian Campaign Tm Russian Livalida publishes a detailed aceount of the Russian cawpaign in Kho knnd, which states that after the destruc tion bf the bands under Autobadshi at Marghilan end Deed, General Kaufmann requested the new Khan of' Khokand to come to Msrchilan to arrange the con ditions of peace. After its conclusion, all the Russians troops were ordered' to Namnnghsii. At the time they mire cross ing in a body to the right bank of the river Sir-Darit, the Kiptsoetk Ktiirghises again revolted under Auiobadehi and the Sultan Marad Bek, the 10im of Undidahan being the centre of the insurrectionary movement. Genet al Kaufmann, having, no knowledge of this, had sent iCvtfpereons under an escort of Sshigites on a scientific exploring mission tu Undidshan, where i the; witnessed tfaa fresh insurrection.! Tluiy werL however, able to defend tlioui Botvei, and succeeded in returning to Namanghao A column of troojis under the command of Major-General Trotsky «ab despatched to cha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

SYDNEY. January 31. i'liruc hundred bolca have baeii bottomed at the new rush ut Mandamema und only tbc color of gold ^ot. The Court-houee at Carcoar lias been bur* glariously entorcd. Tho safe was found broken open a mile away, with tbe contents eeaU-cred about. The robbers bad ascertained that t-boy were valuoless to tlietu. February 1. Tbe Australian Steam Navigation Company have dcplarod a dividend of lOpcr ccul. The report of tbo Punk Downs Copper Mining Company U fatrl satisfactory.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Machines. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

The Machines. Todb Claim. 4 Oz.-dwt. grs. OKE-AfcD-ALL. 44 Day Dawn 17 16 II £8 Ola Identity ijUll 0 19 Day Dawn ... ... ... 31 0 0 . 78 No. $ Queen 8i .12 0 £ Surface ttone ... .... 7 7 0 TKKV8. No 5 Queon and No. 2 St. Pntrlokgoing through. . !>BFIAifCB. No. 8 St. Patrick atill going through* ENTEQTIUBK. 60* Harelockp.c. # ... 262 0 0 Iffo. 2 Queen going through. A. fight took place in Kansas last week be tween United. States troops and h wandering band of Obeyeniie Indians, in that fight toe Indiana drove the troops and killed two mou, Freah troops wore forwarded 'from the fort. These were attacked by the Indians wliilo camped ocar the Smoky Hill Biver, and the ludiaas vera again successful. and made the sol* diet* rotreat with the lossof one in^n billed and oue badly ivounded. G-enarnl Oarr's command lias left Fort Hayes bv epociat train for the seat of ttvr« Jfewauom the Osage Indian Ageooy is to the effect that Agent Gibson has sont to the Cfaoyenue Agency (or 100 caralrp. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

TO THE EDITOR. Sib,-Your contemporary most be under the influence -of the weather, or, as it cannot be whiskey and tea, did he catch hold of the com forter of Good Templars,-Indian hemp, that mused bo many startling leaden in the early times of Jlavenswood ? Certainly, there must be something wrong in those quarters where other people are supposed to carry their organs of intellect In my lust letter to you I denied every responsibility for* the management of the hospital, and disconnected myeelt entirely with it by tending my resignation, in order to get rid " of the nuisance called die vile Presa of Mill* caester, as Mr. Maerostan has it, to whose abuse .eveiy man in a publio position is exposed to. And, Mr. Kelly Cusaok. in a addden fit of courage, as soon as he sees my back, throws mud after me, tollp about championship and battle, {battle against iho«e naked foreigners I) and stalks about, with high pbr&to, like a' red Indian in war paint To avoid further mistakes, I iiw...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Saturday's Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

Saturday's Races. Toe rnooB got up for last Saturday paisod off very BU'tcessfuUy, notwithstanding the throaton ing state of the weather. The course was vatbor heavy and cut up, especially uear the bridge. Mr. Cowan acted as judge, Mr. Huxley at Btovler; tho stewards, Messrs. Stubley, Craven, Boultou and Toll, assisted generally. Hacehacr, of 5 sors.; for all hacks; distance, one mite ; weight not to be less than Bit. Thtfo were five entrancce, Woo by Who'd havo-Uioueht-it, Popsy-Wopey second. TOWERS HANDICAP, of 15«ovb.; nomiuationIsor.j di&tanee, 1} ruilcs. There wcro fire entrances, but Poppy-Wopsy was scratched. Little John took the lead and kepi it the whole way, winning by a length. Mr. Connor'* b.g. Little Jobn» Oft. 81bs. ... 1 Mr. McGregor's br.g. Count, 7st. lOlbs. ... 2 Mr. G-retiiiBulo** b.tn. liotlu, 8st. lOlbs*... ... 8 Flvihq Hakdjmf» of Dsors.t for all Wsesj distance, half a mile; uomiuation, lsor. There were only two wont, the Count and Little Johu, the form...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Crushings for 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

Crushings for 1875. Tons cirt. qra, 3487 IB 0 1896 14 2 8506 12 0 . 23GO 12 0 . 2389 10 0 2493 15 0 3034 1 0 3649 12 0 4022 15 0 3590 19 0 3225 13 0 . 3813 12 0 37,870 16 2 ti SB Cape Crushing* 493 18 0 OES. dirt, cr 6380 17 13 2093 8 12 B6G2 7 18 8699 16 0 3938 3 12 3584 10 12 4811 13 16 6762 17 0 »702 15 12 6546 11 10 5956 2 3 7232 3 12 68,429 17 4 1,215- 3 11 36,876 18 2 ft!,214 13 18 Leas by 7014 ate. of the Escort returns, The average per ton of quart* tu lot. 16dw. IOgre., and of Eteort gold loz. 17dnt. 7gn.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Town Tittle-Tattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

Town Tittle-Tattle BY " WATCHMAK." When the busy World's sileep, When gloomy Night hath encompass'd ber, 1 'm on mj lonely watcb. 1 DON'T often read the Caprieornian, but I bad a look it at this week, and,to my utter astonish inent, almost tho first tiling I read was a para* graph therein asserting-**on good authority," too-that44 Mr. O'Kane, of the Northern Miner, bad eeriouo intentions of removing the plant of bis paper from Charters Towers and frying hit fortune in Gladstone." I was fairly thundet* struck I 1 read it twice over before 1 nould believe mine own eyes. The Northern Afiwr leaving the Towers P Surely, it can't be true;- . it must be a fabrication concocted in the brain of the editor of the Capricorniam. I am siiro the populatfon of this field, especially (be miiiers, would buok tremendously were the slightest attempt wado to shift the 2^. JK from here; and I doubt whether they would let it go* for it has now so engrafted itself Into their minds as being their only repr...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Total Revenue—1875. WARDEN'S OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

Total Revenue-1875. WARDEN'S OFFICE." lUiuers' Bights. 61 10 61 10 107 0 50 10 60 10 60 10 62 10 65 10 58 10 AurLf. Lease*. ST 16 77 10 69 5 £ s, d. 180 7 3 817 10 6 97 19 0 ? 136 G 0 145 0 0 128 18 6 170 19 0 176 4 6 140 18 0 214 4 6 143 17 0 1753 4 3 £ a. <1. 18 14 6 21 5 3 2112 6 21 17 0 12 15 0 15 1 0 10 8 0 10 9 6 13 0 6 8 10 186 3 0 3467 1 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

. SYDNEY HOUSE, CHARTERS TOWERS akd TOWNSVILLE. BEG to thank the public of Charters lowers. MiUches^er, and surrounding districts for the vpiy liberal support hitherto acoorded them. Being the PtONEER STOEEKEEPERS of this'rlieili.tbeyJiave always endeavored to fur* ther the interests and progress of the field and population' to the- beet -of their abilities &nd pecuniary position, and after a term of four year*, find themselveB, ** thanks to the public/' amply "rewarded. L t. ifc GO.'S [bnsiness has progressed with the Field, and they are now in a poeiiion to offer to thepnblie Advantages In assortment of stocks, Jow prices, and accomo* dation second to none of the riral firms, which have eiiice started business on the " Cash," "Plain Figures," and other principles. Th0 ^pproaching wet season has indaced ua to procure extensive stock# of General Merchandipe' In advanoe of the demand in quality, assortment, fnA price, £o suit the Wholesale and Retail eon* ' ffumpmption of thi...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

Correspondence. TO TUB VOtTOB feiE,-In your issue of Jdnunij 29tb appears two (articles, one from the Courier on " Kanakai," and the other on Mr. George Wight, onr Emi gration Agent in BooUaud, sttuag'y advocating Queensland <u the best of oil Belli for any jrouug man of ability to come to. My sincere wisbf* tlut Mr. Wight mar be successful in fait en deavours to induce either young, or old, to comr out here, and lot them oomo in tens of thousands, for *-liore is a liome hero for the whole of them. But do not let' us have Kanakas. The writer in the Courier seems to be under an erroneous impresilon, when he assert! that it is Boluly un account of " cheat) labor" tbattlie » prejudices exist against the Kanakas. 8ueh ia not the ease, although it goes aomn litllo way towards it. Tlie chief reaaon against tlieir in traduction are their manners, customs, oreed, and eolor, are totally at variance with everything Anirio-Suxon. From a political point of view thoy nrc an aaqulaitio...

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