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LOVERS BOTH. CHAPTER XI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
LOVERS BOTH. .--? CHAPTER XI.-(Continued.) * Ye», my precious ! Ah, my treasure j I can't hold out any longer-I must have; you ! After next week I shall have to go back to that wretched barrack life-huge dinners, mad rioting, and senseless jokes. Don't condemn, me to much more of it. Tell-me, darling,-when you will give yourself to me ?' "** Whenever you like, Noel.' c Then let me see your trustees at once.'« \l &lt;??'r 4 Will there be much troublé VV . - '. I should think so-^-you are not an ordi - nary person, who can get tied up in half an hour.' * My trustees are Gore Fairlie and The Macdonald.' . _ _ - 'My darling,' whispered he passion- ately,' -can it be possible that lam really going to have-you all for my own ? Oh, my little love, how"I will try to make you |»ppyi'. -' * ' ' - Graham was naturally - impulsive,, but steong^mofcion always had the.effect of " málnng» her*süentu> Whilst Noel Ham . mersley poured out a torrent of tenderest .^-affection, ehe onlyj sat...
Buzzing Round. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Buzzing .Round. Z I ' [BY SMTÍLVRI . -.^Í. 'Ax the Bs-ou, last night, there wiñV'' ;? female nfonstrosifey, who laughed like an --k earthquake at all and sundry. The ^ broader the jokes the more expansive vii grew her smile ; and what a smile it was, to be sure 1 Solid enough to split a deal board at ten paces. I'm a smiler, myself, L|: but I don'c come from that family. I thought she was out of place pf where she was, for such .exquisite ' wit and humor as hers c»n only' bet properly developed: X a two-guinea banquet,'where 4 gentlemen' sit up,- and howl,-and throw bottles and curses at other 4 gentlemen. , . Talking of that banquet reminds me that the Chinese Government are raising a; loan for the purpose of civilising the heathen. I'd suggest that we apply tor a portion of it. Not to teach our miners how to conduct themselves at a free and easVjifor the 4 boy*' seldom forget that - they are: men; but just to drum into the aristocratic heads of our elite that it is not the real ji...
A.M.A. CONFERENCE. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. BALLARAT, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
m± CONFERENCE:! . (¿BOM OUB'BTSOIAC COKKEBPOITDBHT.) BAIXABAI, Friday. The Conference of the Amalgamated Minera' Association was continued thia morning- Mr. W. G. Spence, the A.M.A. Secretary, moved, " That Btepa be taken toamend the constitution of the association to. provide for the election of a chief council, whose functions shall be to deal with all large questions affecting the welfare of any colonial district, such council to consist of the three executive officers of each colonial district, and to meet when occasion requires to Bettie the matters of strikes and lock-outs." Mr. Scorer, of Stawell, seconded the motion. Mr. Hunter, of Creswick, oppose d the motion, unless the scheme were submitted to the blanches. It was explained that that was the intention; Messrs. Curley and Dix, of Nb. 2 (Newcastle) colonial dis- trict, supported the motion, which .was carried unanimously. - Messrs. Curley and Dix then left and were accorded a vote of thanks with three hearty cheers. Mr. Ha...
Suddenly Stopped. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Suddenly Stopped. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY, Friday. The officers forming the court-martial on Warrant-officer Webster, for embezzle- ment, had taken no notice of the objections against the jurisdiction until a Supreme Court injunction stopped their proceedings till the points have been agreed before the Court.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Advertisements BOWEN AND CO., BROKERS AND COMMON AGENTS Harrington Chambers, ARGENT-STREET &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A. M. RICHARDS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Argent-street, Brokern Hill. &nbsp; &nbsp; Warner's Safe Cure, 5s 6d bottle &nbsp; &nbsp; Pure Limejuice, quarts 3s &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Eno's Fruit Salt, 3s. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; DR. SEABROOK &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; may be consulted at &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MR. ARMSTRONGS CHEMIST, Argent-street, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; from ll a. m. to 1 p.m. &nbsp; at 7 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LEGAL. JO...
OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. THE TIMES APOLOGISES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. &nbsp; &nbsp; THE TIMES APOLOGISES. LONDON, Thursday. The Times, in a leader to-day, apo- logises to Messrs. Parnell, Egan, Davitt, and O'Kelly, for the publica- tion of statements branding them as abettors of outrage and murder. The paper acknowledges having been vic- timised by Pigott, upon whom it had relied to prove the charges levelled against the various members of the Irish party. The Times desires to take the whole blame upon itself, exonerat- &nbsp; ting Lord Salisbury, the Premier, whom rumour had linked with the paper. &nbsp;
Block 14. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Block 14. &nbsp; The following is the result of the week's run of the one 80-ton smelter :-- &nbsp; Ore treated... ... .241 tons Bullion ... ... 63 tons &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Silver ... ... 10,432 ozs. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Medical and Accident Fund [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Medical and Accident Fund LAST night, in Roberts' Kiosk, the sub- scribers to the Broken Hill Medical and &nbsp; Accident Fund held their half-yearly meeting, Mr. C. R. Beard presiding. The balance sheet showed that when the fund was established it took over the assets and &nbsp; liabilities of the fund there before con- &nbsp; ducted by the mine management. The &nbsp; assets were £488 10s and the liabilities £254 10s 2d. The receipts had been £419 14s 9d. and payments had amounted to £406 15s. The membership roll contained &nbsp; &nbsp; 385 names. The report was adopted. &nbsp; Messrs. C. R. Beard, Blight, Murdoch, Lindsay, Hutchens, Chester, Edwards, and Brown were appointed a committee of management, and Mr. Fergusson re- ceived re-appointment as secretary. This &nbsp; business having been transacted, the sub- scribers dispersed. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
A Great Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
A Great Fight. FOR some time past there has been a lot of controversy over the rival merits of Billy Williams and Dave Green, the two well known pugilists. This has at last cul- minated in decided business. This after- noon Dave Green sent his rival a chal- lenge to fight to a finish for £200 a side or for love. Williams at once replied by posting £10 with the BARRIER MINESR to bind a match for £200 a-side. Green will be heard from to-morrow morning, when the men are to meet at the MINER office to settle the matter. Considering the circumstances, Green should either fight &nbsp; now or for ever hold his peace.
Land Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Land Purchase. &nbsp; &nbsp; IT was notified in the Government Gazette of February 22 that the persons mentioned in the subjoined list would be permitted &nbsp; &nbsp; to purchase under the Crown Lands Act of 1884. The purchase money must be paid into the Coonial Treasury within &nbsp; three months from .that date, under a penalty of an addition of 10 per cent to the appraised value. And if the increased price be not paid within a further period of three months, the claim to purchase will lapse. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; £ s d C A L Albers, Willyama ... 22 0 0 John Allison, Willyama ...81 0 0 &nbsp; &nbsp; E Cosgrove, Willyama .... 26 0 0 &nbsp; -M Cotter,5 senr. Willyama ... 31 0 0 James'Coombe,' Willyama '..:'i57 ' 0 0 J Donaldson.Âlbert Goldfield 13 0 0 M Fitzpatrick, ditto ... ... 9 0 0 R M Oibartá;-Willyama' '"'. ... 15R 0 0 David Gre«n. ditto .41 0 0 W B Hill»,Albert Goldfield ... 21 0 0; John H...
Bijou Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Bijou Theatre. &nbsp; &nbsp; THE All Star Minstrels will be strength- ened to night by Miss Florrie Hazelwood, who has arrived under special engagement from Sydney. She is described as a leading lady in first part performances ; and with such valuable assistance as Eva Gregory, Jennie Grey and Lola Desmond afford, this Company is now strong in the &nbsp; lady element. Last night's entertainment went merrily throughout. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Theatre Royal. &nbsp; FRIEDMAN'S Variety Company were not met at the Theatre Royal last evening by a crowded house, but those present appa- rently enjoyed themselves to the full. Perhaps the reason that this company have not so far generally attracted crowded houses, is that the fun is not of that boisterous character which marks some entertainments. However, what is pro- vided is of a much better class than one is accustomed to meet with at minstrel shows in the provinces, and especially in a town which somewhat unjustly bears a very evil name in the profession. Last night after the opening drawing-room enter- tainment, which was not drawn out unconscionably long by would-be side splitting jokes taking ten minutes each in recountal, the most successful number was the Highland dancing of Miss Aggie Atkinson ; while the album of specialties introduced by Miss Tulloch were so satisfactory to the audience that no more continued applause was bestowed upon &nbsp; any perf...
Guaranteeing Mines [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Guaranteeing Mines &nbsp; ONE of the objects which Miss Alice Cornwell has in view in visiting England (remarks an Adelaide paper), is to carry out the idea of forming a large company there to buy mining properties under guarantees provided by Boards of in- fluential gentlemen in the various colonies. Miss Cornwell states that the successful carrying out of this scheme would mean that only valuable mines would be put before British capitalists, and the money paid for them would be the same as would be charged to Australian buyers, which would mean that all additional money raised would go howards the development of the properties. She is confident that the colonists will take the matter up and get Boards appointed. It is understood that Sir Samuel Davenport has promised to be chairman of such a Board in South Australia; and either the Minister of Lands or the Minister of Mines would preside over a Board of similar character if formed in New South Wales; and Sir Robert Stout ...
THE BROKERS' PARADISE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
THE BROKERS' PARADISE. LOXDOX, Thursday. The Rothchilds invited applications for a quarter of a million pounds' worth of shares, the capital to go to working a ruby mine in Burmah. This an &nbsp; nouncement resulted in fearful excite &nbsp; ment. The crowd was so great that &nbsp; tho police were powerless to control the people, who broke through the windows of the'offices, crawling through &nbsp; In their eagerness to take shares many people were thus injured. The pros- pectus was not issued an hour before &nbsp; &nbsp; three millions sterling were subscribed. &nbsp;
A Bent Affair. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
A Bent Affair. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ADELAIDE, Friday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Judge Bundey-at the -March- Civil &nbsp; &nbsp; Sittings, tries an action for a claim of £155,000, brought by the City Land Com- pany against the Hon. Thomas Bent, of Melbourne. The allegation ia that Bent bought the whole of the company's pro- perties for that sum, depositing £5000.; Bent waa dissatisfied with some of the titles, and threw over the entire transac- tion. Legal proceeding were then com- menced,and it is understood the defendant means to fight the matter out to the end.
Melbourne Share Market. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Melbourne Share Market, &nbsp; Melbourne, Friday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The morning Mles were :- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Block 14-91s- &nbsp; &nbsp; Junctions-13s &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; British-73s &nbsp; Brökens-£300 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Wee Jims-ls 3d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mutooroos-24s ; contributors, 22s Broken Hill (new issue)-£29 19s &nbsp; Norths-23s 3d &nbsp; Block 10-34s &nbsp; &nbsp; Centrals--9s 10|d T. - ,; , . .'! &nbsp; Lady Brassey-8d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Victoria Cross-.6s,4«d &nbsp; &nbsp; Pioneers-3s 7d ' Extended-2s 6d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
The Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
The Athletic Club. LAST evening several members of the Broken. Hill Athletic Club, including &nbsp; Sergeant, Saunders, Messrs, Bowen. &nbsp; .Stewart, Aldridge, and Howell, met at Fitzgerald's Central Hotel, and held a conference with those gentlemen who, a week ago; decided upon forming. another club, to be called the' Willyams Athletic &nbsp; Club, Mr. T. P. Curry presided.. It was'pointed out that the town was hardly large enough at present to support two clubs ; 'but against this the intending 'members of the new club objected that the single sports meeting on the race course' every year conducted by the Broken Hill Club was insufficient. It was pointed out, however, that numerous other sports gatherings, such as those of the Miners'Association and the Hibernian Society, were held. Eventually it was decided that those who- had -determined upon forming a new club should.join io with the old association. Mr. G. C. Bowen, the secretary, was instructed to en...