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

"THE QUEENSLA.NDER" For 1876. j A MONG the special features of The Queens. hinder for 1876 will be the fesuo of a Series of District Maps of Queensland, giving the latest information in the possession of the Lands Department and showing dbtiuotly tlic Public Lands open to Selection, injths vnrioui . Land Agents' Districts throughout the Colony, Each Plan, as issued, will contain plain printed - instructions AS to the mode of acquiring land, conditions of settlement, method of keeping the plan an authentic reoord of the progress of land settlement in each district, and euch other infor mation as may be likely to prove profitable to our country readers. As the work will entail great cost and labor the Proprietors trust that those inteistod will, recognise their efiorte to supply a great and long felt want. Arrangements have also been made to secure tUe services ot a practical *nd competent Agricultural Reporter, whoso time will oe exclusively devoted to a Personal Examination of the F...

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

H. J. W. BOWSER atjwrttEg, Spl(tltor, proctor, (fHotu bepnter, &c.. Can be ©oniultcd daily at Hfchon*i Hotel, J: MILLOHE8TER. T. 8- Garter- . ! S^O'/l I ft I T O E JTiarnH^i .Mining .SxdiaDgo Hotel. Charters .. ^r., .' . " Tower*. '\ ij.^.ttowanr . ATTORNEY '*«> BOLicrron, COMM3BSIONEU ton AFFIDAVITS, &o., - ?« a:.- 1 OBASTKBa TOWESS. Ho. P u a c E i. l. M.D. & 6UKGEON, . " r (LioshBcd under tlio Queensland Medical - : ! BoUd,) ? Has BEHOVED from the Olub House Hotel to bb new iwidenoe, uearlv opposito the Masonic Hall, Uioftr-etreet, wbera be cap be consulted daily, .???J. A. Soliarffenborg, Dr. med., PhYBIOiA^, BaBGBON.Afcil AOCOUCHECB Dill; qualified at the Medical Board. I ? ohABT'ebb towebb. ON WAR JftNG. Q;lfi'«vETlAU 8TOBEKEKPEB, OHABTEEW TOWEBB. ?i" ' ? . r ' '-i . - Miwleod & Co., 1"l''0-BNBBA.T< "STOREKEEPKBS, "^jMtoin 'Ho'iis* ahd Forwarding Agents, TOWNSVILLE. ^ J. ALAND, &ue7e©S9SiER k e®aasflD#8o®ira aseht umsil eTB...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Northen Miner. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

WEDNE6DAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1976. Is A late number of the Oaprioornia»-a ] Kockhampton paper-the necessity far combined action between the members of the Northern «nd Centra) districts, in order to oarty through a good measure of local SalC-gavemmeat end Financial gej>ar! ration, is strongly dwelt on. It may be within the recollection of our readers that, before the departure of Messrs. HODQKIN BON, MACUOBSAN, and FITZOEHALD fDr the South- on their first parliamentary cam paign on behalf pt Northern Queensland, we strongly advisfed a union between them and flie members of the Central Districts. Unfortunately Ibis course was not fol lowed, and D..1I1 Mr. HODOKINSON and Mr. MACROSBAN were made oatspaws to work out the Coolie scheme of the astute FITZGERALD, rienoe the famous Northern " Mtnifesco.,' in which not a word was said about local Self-government or Finan cial Separation. The Northern triumvirate met the fate 4f the throe tailors of Tooley-1 street, and die ridicule heaped on th...

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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE.   [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHC AGENT.] BRISBANE January 31. Haste, the representative of the London Pyrites Company of Ravenswood, leaves Towns- ville on Thursday to inspect the Company's pro- perty and form an estimate of its value. Should   the investigation be favorable, will probably invest in other claims on behalf of his principals. Macalister leaves London the end of February. It is understood that Buttanshaw, P.M., Rock- hampton, succeeds Faircloth in Maryborough ; Pugh, P.M., of Goondiwindi, succeeds Buttan- shaw.   Graham has been gazetted Under-Secretary for Public Instruction. Dr. Rowlands, of Ipswich, is dead. Hundreds of blacks stuck-up the telegraph station at the Gilbert River on Friday last. The police have started for the relief of the station. William Sherry is the line repairer in charge. Cablegrams state that the Prince of Wales, on visiting Agra, was received by an escort of 250 el...

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MELBOURNE. January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 2 February 1876

MELBOURNE. January 31.   It is understood that the stone-wall policy of the Opposition is to be abandoned until after voting Supplies. A boy has had his arm dragged off by a runa- way horse. Mr Walker started on a collecting tramp on Monday afternoon for the brass band, and in- formed us he had collected up to yesterday £30,   of which, £20 was cash. The list will be pub- lished when the collection is completed. A private telegram from the Wapping Butcher received here yesterday, states that the Icely diggings are no good, and nothing to be got there but colors. A great rush has taken place there, and thousands of holes sunk with no profitable result. We learn, from the A,B.C. Guide, published by Gordon and Gotch, that Icely is 176 miles from Sydney. Rail to Kelso 143 miles west on the G. W. Railway. Cobbs coach thence to Grayton eight miles from the diggings. The sale of Mr. Hubert's furniture, horses and effects began yesterday, under Mr. Ackers' &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

In a colon? where nouralgia is bo common an infliction, and one bo apparently incurable with out p&intul opei&tions or remedies which arc not infrequently more disagreeable than the disease, the following application, which appears to be effective, is worth making public : The intimate mixture of equal parts of chloral of hydrate and camphor, it ib said, produce a clear fluid, which is of the greatest value as a local application fb neuralgia. Dr. Lenox Brown etates, in otic of the English medical journals, that he has em* i ployed it in* practice, and induced others to do i so. and that in every case it has afforded jreat, and, in some instances, instantaneous relief Its succees, he saye, does sot appear to be at all de pendent oti the nerve affected, it being equally efficacious io neuralgia of the sciatica as of the trigeminus-is of thr* greatest service in iteural gia of the larynx, and in relieving spasmodic couch of a nervous or hysterical character, It is only...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

Correspondence. TO THE EDITOB dlB.-I am io print again. It appears a certain pcr«on in the town lays claim to having written the two letters nnent tbo hospital, signed " Booby," which appeared in your journal some weeks since. actuully "blows" be wrote those boobish effusions on the counter of his own shop. It's not the fact of his fathering them that ticklcs tne, but I don't like to bear him blowing of having (written what I am doubtful tie could write-although, goodness knows, neither of those productions are'" up to much." I would ndrise. him, however, to write for him* self, mid not |purloin other people's writings. I aui not like him, nor half so clever, perhaps, nor-4-I'll say no more. BOOBl. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHABIEBS JOWEES AyD TOWNSYII/LE. I.MESSKE&&C 0. BEG to thank the publio of Charters Tower*. Miltclicatcr, and surrounding districts for the very liberal support hitherto accorded them. ^ Being tlie PIONEEK BTOBBKEEPBBB of this field, they have Always endeavored to fur ther the ioteresU and ppogwea of the field ana population to the .best of their abilities and pecuniary position, and after a term o£,fou.* yean, find themselves, "thanks to the public, »mply rewarded t h. & CO.'S business liaa progressed with the Field, aod they ate now in apasWou to offer to tbe public Advantages Jo assortment of stocks, low prices, and accomo dation eeoond to none of the rival firtne, which have sin<£ started business on the "Cash,1 " Plain Figure," and other principle!. The approaching vet season has induced ub (a procure etfeuslve stocks of General Merchandise In advance of tbe demand in quality, assortment,, and price, to suit the Wholesale aud Ket...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

Telegraphic News. NOJITJimy MINER OFFICE OUll BEJ6BA.XE TELEQU&PIUC AGENT. BMSJMNE February 3. George Wight lias imported that he is making gooti progress in Scotland. F.-bruory 4. The Gli.'u Inuce Cup, for a tliousund guineus, won by .Erin at (sic.J Athos, Ladj bird.

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The Burdekin Up. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

The Burdekin Hp. WELL, the Burdekin it up at la**". Who's afraid? The ferryman, I hear, is the only one afraid, aUd ho is afraid lest it goes down again. The Burdekin a banker. Tbono four words cause a fellow, instinctively, to feel in bis pockct for half-a-orown, and when be is landed across, to assort that it is a regular swindle, and bo could have swam it easily. Tbe river rose six feet in about as many min utes i iu foot, came down in a wail, and was very near sending Sir. Hugh Quinn to the wall. He had started across after dark, driving in front of bim twenty-one draft horses, and riding a young colt} before be reached across, down carao the waters, and it bcc&me a general swim, some of bis horses turned round and ewam back, the rest made across, and several of tbem got fast among tbe trees, while the horse bo was riding commenced pawiag the water and plung ing, and finally foil back, submerging tho rider, wbo could not ewim a stroke. He retained his presence of mind au...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

SV'DNKY. Tljpy arc layings tho cable to New Zealand. Tliev comuiunioatfla on Saturday. It is expected that perfect codfmuiucatiou will bo effected in ten diiys more./' Tli© Government of Fiji fcave appropriated £10,000 for tbc construction of roads, and £14,000 for immigration. February 4. Norelod bas becnj offeree! the Agcnt-Gonoral ship. An amended Public School Bill bas been pro* pared, but ils introduction this session is rioubtful* A Bill Uas boon introduced to admit tUo ovi* donee of atheists in oourU of law.

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The Machines. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

The Machines. Tons Claim. OE. dwt. gre. ONB-AKD-AIA. 16 Alexandra p«. 20 12 0 63J Kb. 2 Block Alexandra ... 101 15 0 Imperial and prospecting area going through. North Australian wasliing up. TKFUFL. No. 0 Queen in relorL. St. Patrick No. Ruby, and Merric Moimrch No. 1 going through. EKTEBrmSE. No* 2 Queen going through. DSFIJFROB. No. 3 St. Patrick still going through. A.n American editor has information for the authenticity of which lie vouches, that Adam died of gout, and states positively that there are no grounds for the tradition that he committed dutoide when Eve quitted Edon to establish the NetrJcruBolom Female* Suffrage Association'

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LONDON. February 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

LONDON. February 2. I Russia, Austria, and Germany have verbally submitted to tbe Porte nt Andrasgy a scheme to reform the administration of iiis Govemtncrt, which had met I he approval of the other con tinental powers an4 of England. Tbe 8ultan promised to give (bo subject every considera tion. A majority of the Senntora lately elected to tlio French Senate, being moderate Republicans in tlieir views, eaueed a political orl«ia; Buffet and Dufaure, the ministers, sent iu their resigaa. lions. The lueotingof tbeOamolery frust, catfec for 3 30 p.m. on Thursday/ lapsed for want of a quorum. Members present-Messrs. Cuiack, and Buekland. In the Hillchester police-court on Thursday, Ah Ljo V. Mrs. Meade, assault and battery. Ho appearance of complainant; case struck oat, and professional costs allowed: Mr. Morecroft is tho driver of Cobb's cosih on this line, hot Wilson, wbo drives oa tbe Bavenswood line. Air, Morecroft bos been driving for Frank Corbcth, on the fiaveuRwood line, lor the ...

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Horrible Murder of a School Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

Horrible Murder of a School Girl. Tiie murder of Miss Jnaie Langmaid at Peubrolfe on Monday appears to liavo been in brutality and cold-blooded atrocity un paralleled in the criminal rnoorda of Now England, tilie started for School, a tni'e and a half away, as usual, over an unfre quented road, and was only missed when tier brother, who had gone'on betore her in the morning, returned and naked why she had Dot been at school. Feeling a pro monition of danger, lirr father at once started out villi a neighbour in search of her, spreading the alum he vent, till, in a short timo fully 200 mm wore cn MBged in scouting the ountrv in all di rections. About ei^ht o'clock in the even ing, Mr. Cropp. one of the party with the father of the iniBBing child, came upon her body, lyiog on tho back upon the ground, the bead entirely severed lrom the trunk and missing, and the body otherwise mutil ated in a manner too horrible to describe. The.scene, when the father saw the muti lated budy of bis dau...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

Mining News. X AH unable to give much news of mining work oq (he Alexandra, Old Warrior, United King dora, Imperial, end Washington reofa, of which a few notes were obtained tbii week. The great drawback to the thorough proving and opening out of those and as many more close to them is the want of capital. Firstly, to aid in keeping the water down, and secondly mochinery in the neighbourhood to reduce the price of carting and crushing' Beefs, the miners in that locality have as well proved both large aod gold-bearing. The want of a ten stamper crushing machine is aB muoh evident if not more to than at any Srevious time since lhat portion of the Charters 'owers gold-field was prospected. There is an abundant supply of water, and a few thousand tons of surface stone oould, with little trouble aod nominal expense, be put through or com menced upon at once, excepting the quartz from the reefs around the OJd Warrior, raised from abore the water level, should monopolise a plant numbering ...

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The Secular Press the & Church Press. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

The Secular Press the &Ghurch ? Press CFrom the Coviier.) THEBE is s speoies of literary rabies from | paroxyraa of which the weaker class of j journalists ane apt to suffer, and which impels the ratients to attack with blind and unresBo ting virulence every object which bsppe is to present itself in tlieit path, It is seldom that a long career ib permitted in neb o coarse, or serioiiB mis chief would i >llow; but the entire commu nity ordinsri (r turns out with metaphorical broomsticks, and chastens tbe disturber of tbo publio p ace and good will, if Dot to j the point of i bsolute extinction, at least to 1 an extent \ hich is ctrongly curative of SUcb outbreaks. " Almost universally a paper is a mi re trading speculation, carried on like other trading adventures only with a view to th< profitable investment of capi tal. The fil it consideration of all is that the paper ejhoutd psy " We quote tbe above sentence from an article in the latest issue of the Queens...

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THE REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

THE BEEFS. Writing generally of the fire lines of reefs visited this week, of four it can be fiirly eaid their prospects arc very good. The Old Warrior claim is not turning oat as much stone as on my last visit, but the two principal claims are to be opened in new ground, end the shafts in course of sinking for tbat pnrpoee are but a few feet bolow the surface, ao tb» t for a lew weeks or months the work will be dead work* United Kingdom reef has a BO foot shaft sunk on the underlie at the rorth-west end, and very good atone lias been'raised from the reef which is over 4 feet thick. New work is being done at the north-west end of the Imperial, and a shaft cutting the reef above the water level has but just been sunk 45 feet. The Alexandra reef is quiet through its whole length, the principal Work carried on in i'aeific No. 2. The whim .haft Alexandra is to be sunk by contract SO foot, to be started at once. Good stoneisbeing raised In the aeoond block claim, and a little in the tram...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

Commercial. W. A. Aerate & Co, Report. Bobbys.- During Ojo Jasfc fortnight tho supply has lar exceeded the demand, and in cotjBequcnee , )iai caused a corresponding decline in prices. . We quote.-Good Saddle books, £1110#., to &lfi. I Inferior, £5 to £7 ]0s. Light Harness, £lt to £25. Heavy Draught, £80 to £50. Houses and Likd.-The same demand for business properties whioh we referred to in our lajrt report 6till exists, but we have had no Iran tactions of any note occurring sino* our last report. Many intending investors decline to purchase owiug to our inability to produce the CroffQ title deeds for property sold at last land, .ale. MtnINO.-We have no business to report under (bis heading. £2000 was offered yesterday for a one-fourth share in No. 6 Queen (crushiug in* eluded), but was refused. FUukitdbe, &O.-Mr. Hubert's sale look place oQ iuefidey and Wednesday last, Bud was the most successful sale held by us. We were favored with a very largo attendance,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

H. J. W. BOWKER attorney, Solicitor, proctor, (Sfon=| facgancer, Can be oonsulted daily at Hfehon'a Hotel, M1LLOJJB8TER. T. S- Garter. SOLICITOR Tiernoy's Mining Xxcbaoge Hotel. Charters | . Xowero. J. a Cowan, ATTOBNEY Jim SOLICITOR, COMMI88IONEU roE AFFIDAVITS, to, Chabteea Towebb. HO. P U SO ELI., M.D, & SURGEON,. > (Licensed undor tiieQueensland Medical Has BEHOVED from fcho Club House Hotel j to bis new re#idenoe,iiearlv opposite the Masonic Hall, Mioer-itreet, where be eao be consulted daily, Jr. A. Soharffenberg, Dr.med., PhTBIOIAN, SUBOEON, Alntf Acoodchecb Dolf qualified at the Medical Board. OUABTEUS TOWERS. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL storekeeper, CHAETEES "TOWERS. Maoleod *' Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Custom Hoiue and Forwarding Agents, .COWKBVOibB. L ALAND, A&ett©HEeR * e®sM«0!®ra fiSEBSv Offioe i Tierney''a Mining Exchange Hotel, GHAJtTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A U G T 1 O N E E M, | General Commission Agent, MOBSMAN STBEET. -A.«-' W v 3 A. S P E -BjJ SA...

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northern miner. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 5 February 1876

6AT0|tDAY, FEBIiUARY B, 1876. WE call upon tho miners of this field, especially tUoea resident. on tlio Rainbow, Mary, and Wellington lines of reef, to take immediate action to resist a daring invasion of public rights under the shelter of an Act of Parliament Wo toll tliera advisedly, unless they take prompt action, j the whole of die ground running between the Rainbow, Juut-in-Timu, and jiose of England out lo ilie Wellington, will be ring-fencod, and if they wieh to find load for their horses they must travel to look for it. Tliero is an Act of Parliament called tho Goldfields Homestead Act end commonly known as KING'S Act, There is another Act which applies to Crown Lands generally, and under which a nelson may select 040 acres, but on a gold-field only forty acres were allowed to any one selector, it being evidently *lie intention of the legislature to prevent the occupa tion of large areas in possible close proximity to auriferous ground. Owing however, to accident, or the blu...

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