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In 1872 John Deane and William Pocock, an old Townsville resident bought the wreck of the schooner 'Black Dog'. diameter shaft in Lissner Park to a depth of 4000ft.The cargo was a crushing mill, which they erected on the Broughton, it being known as the 'Black Dog' battery. News of the finding of gold on Charters Towers saw John Deane peg out the site of the Defiance Mill in Church Street, and the Black Dog was removed there. In support of a request for £60,000 subsidy from the government of the day.The deluge of rain which followed showed to a party of prospectors, Mosman, Fraser, Clarke and their blackboy. So came Charters Towers, the richest goldfield ever discovered in North Queensland. Golden Gate and the long-lived Black Jack; nor of the divergent types of men who at one time or another caught the spotlight of publicity-Thaddeus O'Kane, trenchan, newspaper personality: Richard Craven, mining man whose dogged pluck in 1889 proved the value of deep sinking Frank Stubley, the blacksmith. Patrick and Bryan O'Lynn, amassed a huge for tune and as quickly spent it and later died a lonely death on the Normanton-Croydon road; John Murtagh Macrossan, statesman through whose influence chiefly the first North Queensland railway, Townsville to Charters Towers. Illustrating the richness of Towers' mines are these dividends for four mines during 1891: Brilliant £75,000. Jardine thus describes the gold-field of Charters Towers :—.......(to large to add).... Drays conveying swags, provisions, cradles, and sundry other essentials for a new rush are leaving every day, charging 6d. freight ; storekeepers are rushing post haste to meet teams originally destined for this place, to turn them Palmer-ward from the turn-off near Carpentaria Downs Station, about 90 miles away ; publicans are joining in the universal skedaddle; sawyers and other tradesmen are packing up the implements of their respective callings ; and local stocks of " Port Mackay" and other stimulants are largely drawn upon, and waggons off, to meet the anticipated heavy requirements for goods of this description at the new rush. Watson, James Dowdell, Daniel Robertson, and Albert Brandt.
Seven different lines of reef had been taken up over an extent of country 16 miles in length. John Deane and William Pocock erected a mill, "The Black Dog," at the Broughton. The land taken up by the proprietors extends to about 500 acres."The country passed through between Townsville to near the Burdekin Downs is very barren and uninteresting—the formation in general red granite; and nothing but stunted broad leaved ironbark and poplar gum trees to be seenl no grass, and very little water.'Near Burdekin Downs the limestone appears, and the general appearance of the landscape improves.
It was here that the first Towers stone was crushed and this stone, proving the possibilities of Charters Towers, the "Black Dog" mill was removed to that field."The Ravenswood Miner." of September 9. gave some early news of the field known as the Broughton: "At this rush three dis- tinct camps have been formed, up- per, middle and lower. "Crossing the Burdekin, which here was a fine stream, even after the long severe drought experienced last season, and passing over several basalt dykes, the country again became granitic, and continues so throughout the auriferous districts visited."On reaching Charters Towers, Mr.
A board of inquiry recommend ed a modified scheme-a shaft of 3000ft, 17ft.
diameter at the most Government geologists who reported on the proposal were not enthusiastic, and it was allowed to lapse.
The lower camp is situated on the Burdekin and is,distant about 14 miles from the upper. Jardine's attention was directed, to the management of that gold-field, He found that arbitrary and unusual interpretations of the Gold-fields Relations abstracted the development of the field, and he immediately issued instructions to the Commissioners " with a view to allay the discontent, and render the practice uniform with that on the other gold-fields.'' These instructions, he believed, gave general satisfaction, and were formally approved of by a resolution passed by the Miners' Protection Association.
There is nothing new to report except, that all parties rje satisfied with their prospects and are determined to give the reefs a fair trial. The Scotchman's claim at the middle camp looks promising-reef two feet thick and prospects good. Two shares have just been disposed of, one for £ 50 cash. and Mill United £26,250."Port Denison Times," March 23 1872, published a copy of a letter sent to the Hon. The want of a court-house was next attended to, and authority obtained to erect one, Mr. It is very rarely that such a general clearing out has happened on a gold-field —taking the number of the population into consideration—as has been wit- nessed during the last few days from this district to the newly-discovered gold-field on the Palmer River.This is the largest number that has ever arrived in the same given period of one week. They pass through the town from the wharves to camping grounds in a very short time, under the guidance of captains.Everything they do is performed under the supervision of a leader, said leaders having their men drawn up in squads or companies, We observe the teams that have loaded up, and are om their way to the Palmer.1877 files of the 'Nothern Miner', which then was published on Wednesdays and Saturdays, contain references to the hearing of cases at the Millchester Police Court.Warden Sellheim in his annual report for 1880 stated there were 67 persons on the field owning more than 50 head of cattle, and in the aggregate depasturing 14,121 head, plus 3000 head, the property of owners of smaller herds. On the 18th September last, acting under, instructions from the Hon. Jardine proceeded to inspect and report upon the northern gold-fields of Charters Towers, Broughton, Cape Uiver, Ravenswood, and Normanby. Jardine was invested with the powers of Superintending Gold Commissioner, and all gold cominissiouers within the limits of the gold-fields he might visit were bound to obey his instructions.Pay able quartz was found in at least half a dozen places-the Mary. Many there were who idolised Charters Towers, not for the gold it produced, but for the town itself to them it had another name "The World," and let this be said few there were in the outside mining world who had never heard of the Brilliant. Frith and Atkins' station, Mount Surprise, 75 miles distant, E. This is the last station in the direction they were pro- ceeding—the extreme verge to which anything in the shape of settlement has been pushed northward towards Cape York—and here they remained a week curing beef, and perfecting their pre- parations for the rather perilous under- taking they had entered upon.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating