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Disastrous Fire in Adelaide. A COFFEE PALACE BURNED. SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED. REV. F. W. TAPLIN SUFFOCATED. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Disastrous Fire in Adelaide. A COFFEE PALACE BURNED. SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED. V REV. F. W. TAPLIN SUFFOCATED. y ' -- ASELAIDS. Friday. : Shortly after three o' dock this morning, the Coffee Palace, situated in Hiudley street, was discovered to be on fire. The upper storey occupant« were quickly aroused, but the discovery was so sudden that they had scarcely time to reach a place of safety before the whole of the' top portion of the building was blazing. Ten minutes from the time of the outbreak, or when the flames were first seen, two reels were in attendance and commenced working on the fire from the street, while a third, which arrived but two or three minutes later, began playing a fair stream of water on to what was now a burning mass, from the rear of the promises. The coffee palace was, it seemed unfortunately, hemmed in on both sides by other structures ; but the firemen, who were working splendidly, were not impeded by the crowd, owing to the early hour and few people being ...
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Police Court. MESSES. Daniel O'Callaghan, James Nolan and John Cook made their observance to Mr. J. J. Williams at the police court this morning. The first-named gentle- man who had been disorderly in hu cups was fined 5s with the alternative of 48 hours. His two companions in adversity &nbsp; being "simple drunks" were admonished &nbsp; and discharged.
NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
NOTICE OF MAILS. To AND FROM ADELAIDE.—Leave Ade- laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Saturdays. Arrive Broken Hill, 2.25 a.m. and 7.50 a.m. except Mondays. Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 p.m. and 10 p.m., except Saturdays. &nbsp; Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45p.m., except Mondays. EURIOWIE.—Leave Broken Hill, Tuesday and Friday, 10.30 a.m. ; arrive Euriowie, 6.30 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; Leave Euriowie, Wednesday and Satur- &nbsp; day, 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken Hill, 5.30 p.m. Arrive Broken Hill, Thursday and Sun- day, 5.30 p.m. ROUND HILL.—Leave Broken Hill daily (Sunday excepted), 10 a.m. : arrive Round Hill, 11 a.m. Leave Round Hill, 4 p.m.; arrive Broken Hill, 5.30. p.m. MT. GIPPS.—Leave Broken Hill, Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- day, 10 a.m., 12.15 p.m.; arrive Mt. Gipps, 12.15 p.m, Leave Mt. Gipps, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 3 p.m.; arrive Broken Hill, &nbsp; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. 5.30. p.m. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Wanted. WASTED the public to know that prepaid advertise menu, Wanted, Situations, Jec, not exceeding7 twelve word», wül be inserted at one shilling each, or six times for five shillings._ ,. WANTED Known, Skating in full ?wing at Bink To-night. WATviTkiJ at ono«, good Hands. Apply Shierlaw and Co., tailors, Argent street._- -. ? ??? WANTED, by a Lady, quiet, respect- able Board and Lodging. M.F.R., Post-office._^ TTTANTED, Coatand Trousers HANDS. * »Robert Fry and Co., Tailors, Ar gent-street._ WANTED, good strong Girl as General Servant. Apply at once, Weller's Family Hotel._ ANTED to 'Buy , Second-hand Cook-, ing Stove. Address Immediate, MINER Office. WANTED, General Servants; wages, 16s and £1. Apply Kennedy's Registry Office. WANTED .' to Rent, two-roomed HOUSE, or one large Room. Apply by letter, X., MIMER, Office. ( YÄTANTED known-Just received a ** very Choice and Select stock of Easter Cards and offerings. R. Hood, | Central News Agency. /? ; '.: ¡ \ '. . \1TANTED Known, H...
STRAY NOTES. ARITHMETICAL PROGRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
STRAY NOTES. r ARITHMETICAL PROGRESSION. ' A TRBIX"O£ fifteen month's imprisonment i has been given to a Halifax spinner; I named Calvert for obtaining £120,000 ? worth of goods on credit jost prior to his filing his schedule:-' This is a cablegram published in yesterday's MINSK. A clerk in an Adelaide bank, recently received three years for waongly obtaining posses- sion of £100, while for stealing a pair of boots or some such trifle a poor penniless wretch was, the other day, sent up for a year. There is-something wrong some- where, and very wrong indeed; Of course it may be said that Calvert did not steal the £120,000 worth of goods. What, then, did' he~ do ? He obtained them upon credit at a time;when he must have known he would never be able to pay for -them. If he ; honestly believed he could satisfy .the demands of those from whom he purchased them, he was only unsuccessful and should not now be in 'prison. The decision of the court, how-: «ver, - disproves this; that decisio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Publie Notices. K BÏtïïÇEÏDS HANDBILLS MENU CARDS RECETPT BOOK8 C USTOMS F ORMS IENVELOFÉS, W COLOR ANO Aunaría PRINTING a specialty* , FENTON AND KNIGHT . - ' BÀKKiKntFM^SB, Ô^noK. . Argent- Street. \IU lUM¡~ti'iO il*' Dr. Browne s J : ídí^Vi.^'' S Kl . \" ?"; MK li THE ORIGINAL AND ONL1 - « - * GENUINE; - POISON TN THE ASHES.-Man *- people believe that Nature has some^ where a remedy &lt;tor-rev«ry disease. So many and so terrib* le1 are the ills of life j and so slight the pleasure «ve get as time flies past, that such a belief is the least faith-we^can sho'w in^a^gracitras-anoï all wbje^Provfdincèy ^re^Te\neaîe"B^.but alas, how few !-have beenfound. Others, so far, lie hidden from human inquiry. Occasionally, death follows quickly on the heels of evil-an-illustration of the dangerous character of the ailment to be relieved. In no country in the world are1 there, so many insane asylums "filled ,to overflowing, alï- fesùtring! front; Nervous Dyspepaia>, ilL fading': sym...
Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Told'tb a Portrait. ! ?«Z JCB^PTER YT.-XObntinued. j i 'I don't know-,' I -replied ; 'I have ''half thought ^ timo^at^the illness jlj^tajfew months: ago i inj^ßhave been attributable to it. T Brut I sup- pose ybu'would/ have tofd me had fib ; ,besa. BO.V. 1.5 * -1. -.r&lt;^&lt;f^^8Mme4'':-:'aimoy;edL The old ' womanish pétulance that I had notice^ in'^ j ,5!, i Of course I shoúíd¿! ? her,rejoined . ^.testily. - ?. ' Besides, Holroyd,, your own ..common sense might have told you. .. i£ the bullet or what ever it was, had been the cause I could not haye cured you without an oparatíoñ-withóht re- moving that cause.' V i¿ j I did not reply, andT he continued, more pleasantly,- . * .. . [ 'I think you may rest tranqiül, inok ami. Your ilbiess vwas ^certainly nop traceable,to¡tbe^T^^ The fact was, you had. been., overworking yourself-overtaxing that teeming brain of yours. You literary men- are never half careful enough.' j 'He spoke lightly, and his; very levity caine as ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
A-; A. ¡BRICE and CO., Produce Mel^ hffi.ychant,and Auctioneers, Stenden»^ j -sk BM8TR0NG H. C., Consulting and ^ Operative Chemist, Argent-sfareet. - ! -fDOaar BROS., Draper»' and Clothier!^ Argent-street._j BRICKNELL BROS., Bake», CatareT and-rCkmfectióners,- Argent-street. I i BETTEREDGE RUPERT, Consulting /''r0heniu^ ' 40 yean' experience,! ,!-fcSbuth. . i(T>XRTHY, J., Hairdresser, and Tobac > : coniat, Argent-street. ! ivfihARK and HALL, Solicitor*, &c., oiV^ Argent-street.' . " " rr!": ': r ^HARSLEY'1 and CLARK, ' Share ; ' V '1 brokers^ Exchange, Arj^t-strefo 1 OPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheel- wright, Livery and Bait Stables* Oxide-street._ T\U~BIEXJ; W. F., Grocer and Tea X/ Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent-! street._? nTjjig!iTON ABD KNIGHT, Plain and "1? Tañ^Letter-pireMPrniterft,Argent 'aftfeeli."" ' : _ _'; /REDDES, PREST, and HOCKING" ''?XjT^ Ironmongery atid Timber Merchants, '^Ärgenli-Btreet. _ ' ?' j ÙtfOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and .VV*. ; Fruiterers, Arg...
Barrien Miner. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1889. The Typhoid Scourge. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
^.J---FRIDAY; MARCH 22, 1889. j I'V Thé: Typhoid Scourge. AUSTRALIA baa in one respect a gloomy prospect before it. For many months past the reports of the spread of . typhoid fever have become more and ' r:moc0 alarming, and so wide has become '.the spread of the disease that there is "mach cause for the alarm which is, in many parte^ifthecontinent, taking afir rn holcT-on" the people. In former years an^epidemic of typhoid has broken ont .ein-WrviduaV cities or towns ; but %chevez before . in Australia have so many parts been afflicted at one and irtb^same time;- From'Queensland, in the north, td Victoria, in the south . ,¿tá&'iifá:%yéT^f\&lt;H*- 'ttte- east» to the weatorn towhs of South Australia the - same intelligence, comes-many are *striclkeh^3do«aT,iwith. typhoid fever. ^eitbe^-"Bave* the - inland centres,, of popjabrtfod^esoaped. Even BO reputedly :> healthy a-place as. Balranald-a town .-.where no medical man could hardly -exist-reports no less than 93 ...
Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] BLOCK 11. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Amongst the Mines. [BY oui MININO RBFORTSR.] BLOCK ll. ALTHOUGH the No. ll block ia ag muoh a part and portion of the Proprietary mine as any other owned by the company, still it has come to be spoken of as almost distinct on account of its distance from the main workings, and partly also be- cause until quite recently it had remained totally unworked. Mr. Patton has evi- dently arrived at the opinion that this, the - most, southern: portion of the-com- pany's claim, is well worth the display of his mining abilities, great as' they are ; and it will not be long before more real attention is bestowed upon all the more southern- mines, which would long since have held their proper position if they had possessed the - sound mining skill of the Proprietary manager. The firat thing to strike the visitor upon entering McGregor's shaft on this block is the sim- plicity of the mode of working adopted. There are no unnecessary complications ; all"- is' the essence of simplicity. But nothing ...
Proven Wills. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Proven Wills. ~ - MELBOURNE, Friday. The will of George Russell, late of Golf Hill, has been proved at under £350,000 ; that of Thomas Baillie, late of Toorak, at £38,500 ; and that of P. E. McCracken, late of Ascot Vale, at £63,200. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Adelaide Share Market. &nbsp; ADELAIDE, Friday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The market is quiet. The sales to 2.30 &nbsp; p.m. were :— Baker's Creek—83s. 9d. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Brekens—£27 16s. Block 14—94s. 6d. British—65s. 3d. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Junctions—12s. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Norths—20s. 9d. Centrals—11s. 3d ; con. 9s. 6d. Mutooroos—11s. &nbsp;
Stabbed in the Dark. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889
Stabbed in the Dark. ADKLAXDE, Saturday. I : A roan named Robert Everdell has been arrested by the police on suspicion of being the man who, without warning of any kind, rushed out of a house situate in Grote-street at an early hour on Friday morning, and stabbed two men who were passing along the street. The instrument used was a dagger. The names of the victims were Thomas M'-Laughlin, who was wounded in the lip, the tongue, and the left forearm, and; William James Smith, who received a alight injury to the right hand and the thigh. The preliminary judicial inquiry held to-day committed Everdell.
Shooting With Intent. IN THE CHOIR. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889
Shooting With Intent. THE CHOIR. AT)W.ATPI, ; Saturday. ? ? Henry Richardson war yesterday sen- tenced air the Port Angosta * Circuit Court to serve a term of seven years imprison- ment with hard labor, for shooting at Leonard Woodman, at Port Augusta, about ' a month ago. Prisoner waa charged on three distinct counts, the first with intent to kill, the second with intent to maim, and the third with intent to inflict grevions bodily harm. The jury found him guilty on the latter count, with a strong recommendation to mercy on account of great provocation received from Woodman. From the evidence it appeared that Richardson's wife was a prominent member of the Anglican - Church choir at Port Augusta, of which Woodman was organist, . She, it seems, gave Woodman her photograph. Wood- man admitted, in cross-examination, having occasionally visited Mrs. Richard- son during the prisoner's (her husband's) absence, but he stoutly denied that there had been any improper conduct between them. T...