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

"THE QUEENSLAUDER" For 1878. » MONO the epcoial features of The Qnettn lander for 1870 will be tlie issue of » Seristof District Haps of Queensland, giving the latest information ia the possession of the Lauds Department and showing distinctly tbe Public Lands open to Selection, in the various Land Agents' Districts throughoutto Colony. Booh Plan, a» Imiod, will contain plain printed ilutructloni as to the mode of acquiring land, condition! of eottlomont, method of keeping the plan aaauthentio reaord of the progress of land settlement in awhdlstnoti and each other infor mation a* may be libel; to prom profitable'^) our country readers. is the work will entail great cost and labor the Proprietor! taut that those inteieted will, reoognUe their efiorta to supply a great and long lelt vpnt. Arrangements hava also been made to secure the services of a practical and competent Agricultural Reporter, whose time will be exclusively devoted to a Personal Examination of the | Farming Districts...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

WANTKD n Nurse Girl. Apply, Exchange HoVBt, Charters Towers. Town Brass Band. MEMBBHS of the «abovc Band will meet at Mr. II. F. VVaxkkh'S, Mossman-strect, Xo'iiiorruw (Thursday) Evening at 8 p.m. . ML F. \V$hKKH, HOD. Secretary. Millcliester School of Arts. NOTICE.-Tho First Quarterly Meeting of Members will bo held in the'lnsiitulion, oil To-morrow (Thursday) Evening, at 8 o'clock. Jlustneas t Klecl Vioo-L'rosident aul lVustoc in room of the late Mr. J, K. liutborford, rccoivo Audit Statement, and transact general business, if any.-\V, Q-. KRlly OUSACK, Hon. See. ST. PATRICK and Queou Grand Junction Co. -A Call of £2 10®. per share is inado duo ou SATUEDAV, tho 12tli* instant. TlIOS. ClIMSTIAN. JOHN GB1FFITHS boge lo acknowledge the reccipt of Forly.four Pounds Sevoatoon Shillings and Sixpence, aad to return bis sincere thanks to liie fricuds and'the public. JOHN GRIFFITHS. BAFFLE! 11 EXCHANGE HOTEL, OHABTKRS TOWICUS. Saturday, 12th lust, at 8 p.m. Rill? L~ifi FOB LITTLE SCHNIOKER...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Correspondence. TO THIS EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

Correspondence TO THIS EDITOR Sin,-Your firm and resolute urtiole-in February 6lli. it-sue-(luEom'9 (be tlmuka of tho whole body of mind's on this gold-Geld, -for the tear less anil outspoken niaaoer in which you have exposed the jobbery and corrupltou of tho If tbo present approvals undorthc Gold-Colds Homestead Act are allowed lo puss uuchallengcd, it will nut be long before tlio whole of Charters Towers will be completely " ring-fenced." Such wholesale monopoly of auriferous ground, in tuo immediate vicinity of some of our ricbost reefp, ought wdl cause surprise, and I doubt, not angor on (be purl of the miners. Its hardly lo bo credited, that one man can say and do us lie 1 likep, irrespective of tbo rights of " common j diggers." Atr. Charters, lu his position, ought I to hare known bis duty better, or, at Jonst, bare treated the general body of miners with more! consideration (ban to have approved of the j selections of Mr. Moseman. No doubt Mr. MOPS- ( man is congratulating h...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Quartz Mining in Ballarat. (From the Ballarat Courier January 10th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

Quartz Mining in Ballarat (From the BaUarat Comic)' January 10tb.) Qoautz mining never looked so prnniiHine in tliie division as it does at tho present tioio. The quarterly returns of ttie mining registrar, with which wo shall shortly have tu (leal, may not show the improve ment that is-steadily going on; indeed owing to the holidays ami other causes, we nro pretty c< nGdcul tliey will not. Nevertheless, the fact is uodcniable that at DO time since Kallarat was Dallarat bare our quartz investments presented so favorable an aspect as they do just now. At the beginning of the yesr, ue pointed out that tho Sovereign Company had goi<d -stone at tbe-400, GOO, and 780 feet level*, and that as noon as the new battery often heads was completed, the atone in these level?-which ovrragoaabout 20 feet thick, and increases in yield from 4 dwt to 8 dwt to the tun -would be made to cauFc a very substantial iuereaso in our fortnightly returns of gold. This battery has now been...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Time Table [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

Time Table For the A.S.N. Company's ^6teamcrs under con* tract with the Queensland Government for tbo cohveyanco of mails between Brisbane, &c.$ and I'owueWlle: B&isbase. LEAVE. Twsville. LEAVE. Feb. 5 » id Mnrcn 4 " 16 April 1 " iB .. 29 May 18 " 27 June 10 " 24 July 8 >; 22 Augiut 5 ?j 19 Sept. 2 " 16 " 30 Oct. 14 28 Nov. 11 " 25 'Doe. 9 March 8 22 April 5 " 21 May 3 t. 17 31 Juno 14 » 28 July 12 t. 2G Aug. 9 23 Sept. 0 20 Oct. 4 18 Nov. I Dec. 13 27 Feb. H " 28 yMarch 13 » 27 April 10 .» 24 May 8 " 22 June 5 19 July 3 " 17 31 Aug. 14 " 28 Sept. 11 25 Oct- 9 " 22 Nov. 6 20 Sec. '"4 IB 1877. Jan. !.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

TO THE EDITOR. 6m,-ID these days of speculation, I often wondor why a place liko Charters Towers-the Dallaviit of Queensland-is such & sleepy hollow. : I allude to the wunt of enterprise tliat exists on lliis fiold, for instance, thero are ^ny number of olaims at present held by, we'll eny, three or four men, worked iu the most primitive manner and jost yielding a bare existence to the working shareholders. Whoreas, if they had tbu com mand of & small amount of capital to enable them to wprk their claims in \ proper manner, it would be & competency for many of' them. Bufhow are we to obtain the capital, say the ctaimholders, by doing as thev do at B.illarnt and Sandhurst, form scrip companies for their claims -not as many who hare tried to float companies have tiono and failed through putting' a pro poeterousjvaluation on their interest-but first place a ftUr valuation on their interest, we'll say, for .instance, 'their half interest is worth £250; well; star...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

svnxi;y. FeLnmnr 8. The steamer "Pacific" lias arrircd from tiim Fmncisco, four clnys Iq'jc, ' i . i , TJip eltMUicr " Iliboinia," now lnjring the cable bcUroCu'. Sidney jand New Zealand, jrepotfa all going on well. A man named Murphy ha& 4ied from injuries rocmod in Bgliiiug.,, , Tbo American liiflo Association liuvc itiviiori 'tbo Vcw South Wulce riflemen to visiV Phila ddpliia. .Tije^ffpw^o&ltfid' &iblo js proceeding fifeLu iacLorily. A man imtned I'arfccr line been brutally aiur* dorcd and uiutilalcd b/u Maori near Auckland.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneonos Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

UiBcellaueonoB Items. An alarm wssrai-ed on Wednesday morning that the jetty w B on fire. Mr. Llojil imme diately hastened d^wi to the spot, aoddiecorered a email fine between.tbe rafters. Aluiifermatch had' been thrown down alight by sume persor, and having cauglit some dry rubbish between the planks, coon spread in(o a flame, which, but for timely in'erfercnue, might hare resulted in ft BerioL'S nmopnt of damage.-P.O. Timet To tboBC, in whose minds any doubt may exiit as to the success, in a financial point of view, of any opposition against the A.S.N. do., we may slate that tiie Western, on her trip eolith oa Wednesday last, ma compelled to refuse jpasEcn cers, the accommodation both fore and Bit beiup full to overflowing; and yet the Western is the only opposition boat along the coast. We understand that die steamer Blackbird trill take the -jilacc of the Western while the latter boat is being repaired.-P.-D. Timet." Olson, the Auckland mau itooturer of tomato sauce, who recentl...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

MELttorrnitr / ' iFclifUilrj 8. Arrived from London : "Zralandriii." A lira bryko out i» SwaJistou'Sliyefc on Sunday night. A large nntnbortrfiftopB were destroyed, A vcruudah, /crowded Mill* paoplo lobking at the lire*, garo way, and eovcraj persons woro badly iuimud. A diocinnbur named I'siirick Uoonev, whilst bnlhiag offtbc Kuiorald Hill buiidj, wu« nltnckod uud killed' by a shark.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Machines. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

The Machines. VENUS. Claim. Us.tiwt.gTB No. 5 Queen - - * - 640 0 0 St. Patrick No. 2, Merrie Monarch No. 1, and Bubygoing through, OKE-AKD-ALtb . Imperial and prospecting urea going through, EKTEBPBI6B. No. £ Queen going through.

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONDON. February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

I.OKDON. Februaiy 8. ! Sailed for Brisbane froui Ijonflou s " i'erirjth," u Western," " JJIouuicfi," und '* i'cop o'J)ay," .immigrant ships, , , . Cardinal M uniting is supporting u tcliumc for a union beiyrepn .the Church of Home and the ; <?Klrci»u KituaJistic party in llic English cburch, i Ii lias beiei'rfpuJiateU in n manifesto,'?eigncd by , a hundred plcrgyuiun eonucctcd vithi^Je lijltoij, church.1 . 1 ? ^ j Large raaascfl of Bussiiiri liuojie nro moving 1 towards the Garovarian frontier. Sorerrtl engagements.Uovc taken plucc bctirijen 1 1.1 JO if^cgbriAnq'inmirgci.it) nnd Llic.-urjiish ttxwpg. - A man IinB Lccu' fommiUcd for attempted euiiudd! liy tiirowlug.bioleolf off tlio top of llio Column ufJ&Iy in Pnris,: V ll, i» proposed to inducts t'.io American ftrray 'from 25,000 to' 15,000.' Frcan boef is being ^bipped from JVmcpica to Uuiopo. " * ^ ' A. nuuer'6 right, nictort up on the "lowers bclungin* lu James .Wood, lies at (his offioo for; tins owner. 11'th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Capture ot a Brigand Ghief [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

Capture ot a Brigand Ghief THE Times correspondent at Rome sends, under date 5th October, the following acoouot of the slaying of Capraro, the Sicilian brigand :-" Vinoonzo Capraro, tbo leading spirit of Sicilian brigandage, has falleu- This redoubted chief lias been tbe terror of the island for tbe lust ten years, and hiB doath is the' cause Of general rejoicing in the country places tyrannised. His; field of action extended over no less an area tban from Sciacca, bis native place, in the province of Girgenti, to Termini, in tho province of Palermo places, situated on opposite sides of tbo islandi -How muoh ilie GoVeinmeiit con sidered might depend on tbe capturo of this brigand oliief may lie judged from the foot that, when a more energotic course was initiated last year, no less than 25,000 francs was put upon bis bead, it would seem that the chance of participating in tbe reward clicked the information which enabled tbe public force ,to come to close quarters with him and his ba...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Petition. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

.Petition. Tiie followiug is a copy of tbo Pollliou to the Minister for Minos, now in course of signature in ^bo lown and ou tho sutrounding rofifs. It states plain facts, And Eots forth a grievance, against which, every minor on tho field should raise his I hand, We trust the petition will bo numerously signed and that Mr* King will sec tho justice of I granting iis prayer. If he wishes to prove hiw-. flelf tho f iend of the miners, let hiin not let thorn be trampled on by any clique. A strong case is made out for cancelling Mr. Mowm&n's lease, " tho public good " requires it and if Hr. King should «Uow himself to botalkod over by Warden Clmrtcrd, or Mossumn, to do a public wrong and injustice, he no longer deserves the confidenca of tho tumors of ibis field. To The HON. H. £. KING, Minister for Mines: TUB Humble Petition of the undersigned Miners and other Aosidcnis, of Charters Towers and iU Vicinity: ; Shewctb-. 1. " That Mr. Hugh Mosstnaa applied on the 20th August, 187...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Goldfields Homestead Areas. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

Qoldfields Homestead Areas. We take the following from tbe Gympie Times of January the 8tb, se bearing on a question exciting no email interest among ourselves just now. We trust that tjiere will be no occasion cither on Gympie orbhartersTowers to resort to the " bullock team or two " to remove obnoxious fences. When tilings cotne to that pass it is timo to appoint another warden.- "It will be remembered that a few month ago we com plained on behalf of the public tliat the administration of the Gold Fields Act was snob that some of the principal roads of the goldfield were being fenced in and tlio community becoming much inconvenienced by the seriouainfrioccuient by the lessees upon the waste lands near the town mail able for grating purposes. Veiy little notice was taken, so fur as we couldohBerve, at that time; now, .however, people are be ginning ' to wake tip and grmublo at what theyfoelto be a real grievance. As usual in eucb eases, random and erroneous state ments have been ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

SYDNEY HOUSE, CHJKTEH8 TO WEBS aid T0W3SVILLE. l-IXSiSSRACO. BEG to thank.(be public of Charters lowers. Millchcster, and surrounding districts for gbe my .liberal support hitherto aeeonded tliem. Being the PIONEER STOREKEEPERS of this field, t)>ey have tlvajfi endeavored to fur ther the Interests sod progress of the Held *tid population to the best .of their pbiifiies And pecuniary position, and after a term of four yew?, find themselves, 41 thinks ftotbo public," amptj rewarded. . I. L. & CO.'S h jUmk iiu progTceaed with cfavrPiiid, sncl Uxej> we now in a position to offer to the public Advantages In ?Boitnwnt of stocks, low prices, and accomo dation eeoond to none of the rival firms, which hare «i»ce started business on the "Cash," " Plain Figurea," and other principles. lite nppm&ching wet season has induced us to procure etieusire stocks of General Merchandipe In advance oftbe demand in quality, assortment, and pricc, to suit the Vfaolessle aud Betali con ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Town Tittle-Tattle [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

Town Tittle-Tattle Br " WATCHMAN." When the busy World's asleep, When gloomy Night liath cncbrnptige'd her, I'm on my lonely watch. j ? X cum or contain myself thiB wrote) and must have toy fling; I feel red hot, and am worked up to tho highest pltcU by last Saturday's leading article, which has not only jsifected my self, bat tlio whole mining populatioh of Churiers Towers, who have been. stirred up bj it also to i. tremendous pilch, and U bae caused the utmost cxcitemcnt in town. It is the uaivorfial theme at present. X will come out of tny sbpll, and let it be knowu that the " Watchman," although appearing asleep recently, is wide awake, and can, and *?iU, speak his mind when en occasion like the present requires him to do so. 3?h8 matter web so ably treated, and the evil threaten jog the miners so clearly set forth, in the article referred to, that It Would be only sheer |ircsu ra tion on ty part to attempt to comment upon it, further th&n to -say that what it to cleverl...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

P THE QUEENSLA.NDER " For 1878. AMOXG tbc special features or The Q'tren? lander for 1876 will bo tbc ib6uc of a Series of District Maps of Queensland, giving tho latest information in the possesion of £taLands Department and ehowiug distinctly ihQ Public Lands open to Selection, in the various Land Agents' districts throughout to Colony. £aoh P}^Q) as issued*will contaiu plain printed instructions as to the mode of ticquitiv.^ lauJ, conditions of'eettlement, method of tropin? tho plan an authentic record of the progress of i»ml settlement in coohdistrict, and such otlicr infor mation <L8 ip&J *». litoly Aa prove profit1* .iroaonks jraai*. -.»». <As tbc tt'ork will ©iilail great cost and labor lie Proprietors trust that those sviU. recogiibc their fcfiorU to supply a groat uud long Jcit-iront. Arraugcmcnts have Also been uiadf i-o secure the services of a practical and oompdent j Agricultural Reporter, ,whoso time will oo crclusirely demoted lo u Person...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

H. J. W. BOWKEE I Slttonteg, Solicitor, proctor,^ ®otfc; begaucer, &c., * ! Can bo oenaulted d&ilj at Hubo&'i Hotel» | MUJLOHESTBE. T. S. Carter. 80LICIT0K Ticmey't Mining. Exchange Hotel, Charter* ... ,JCowen. ' ~ . . - i J. B Cowaa, ATTORNEY uid SOLICITOR, COMMI88IONEU POE AFFIDAVITS, to., j OHicrats Towkes. f H C. U R C E L L J M.D, & BOHGEON, . (Licensed under tho Queensland Medical , Board,) Has REMOVED from the Olub House Hotel to hit new residence, nearlv opposite the Masonic Hall, Miner-street, vrhorc be can be consulted daily, J. A. Scharffenberg, Dr. med., PhVbician, Sdboeon, and ACCOUCHEUR Duly qualified at the Medical Board. charters tow*bb. ON WAR JANG, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, CEABTERS TOWEES. Manleod ft Co., GENERAL STOBEKEEPERS, Custom Bouse and Forwarding AgeM), TGWN8VILLE. I. ALAND, JMHIMSHBHt'ft ©ESaiSBSfiOffiM ASSIST VZHEB BTEKfiT, Office: Tieraej's Mining Exchange Hotel, CHARTERS TOWERS. William Jackson, A U C T 10 N E B R, General Co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE. TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

Telegraphic News. NOIITIIFHS MJM:U OFFICII [raojl OUli UiilSlUXE. TiiLEUUAl'IIiU A03>KT.] . BMSIMKE Fobmrtrv 8. CublcgrawB Ma to that. Dninlrce lias rcfigued Jtic Immigration General Agency. TboOoart ofQucim'e Bonch have decided thai the moiety i>:i<$od of the inomty for (lie " Cos patrick" emigrants bo returned. Wheat lower* G»pper cahior. Tin firmer. It fo still rmmn'g hoJv ; IjufiijcBs very quiet. iL ii cifjccihd tlio tUusvnior will proceed \n Warwick lo<juotro\v to opeu tUo .Agricultural Rliuw.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 9 February 1876

DEATH. PRINCE.—On the 6th instant, at his parents' residence, Mossman-street, Charters Towers,   after three days illness, Albert Henry Thomas, only child of Albert Naphtall and Mabel Anne Prince, aged ten weeks. Mel- bourne and Sydney papers please copy.

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