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An Unsupported Claim. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

i An Unsupported Claim. STDHÄY. Saturday. I The Referee's Court appointed to settle differences between the men and masters of the Newcastle coalfield haye decided in regard to the claim preferred by the man of the South Waratoh colliery to have in- creased yard and hewing rates that the claim is - not supported by the evidence, adduced. They, therefore, decided against the men.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Out of the Grave. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Out of the Grave. SYDNEY, Saturday. ! The body of Lavinia Dines has been j exhumad in accordance with a judicial I order, but it is feared that it is now too I much decomposed to establish the charge I of malpractices. The police, however, are in absolute possession of facts pointing Í directly to malpractices having taken place previous to Dines' admission to the hospital where she died..

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Embezzlement. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Embezzlement. SYDWJBY, Saturday. Robert Kendall has been committed for trial at West Maitland for forgery and embezzlement bf the som of £800 from Mr. W. Thompson, a member of Parlia- ment for that district.

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Pinned to Earth. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

. Pinned to Earth. : ¡I ? SÏDNMT. Scturday. : : A little child, 18 months old, mi pinned to the ground at Goulbourn by the wind blowing à fence down upon her. She died, in a. few houri after the occur- rence of the accidents.

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Bitten by a Snake. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

; Bitten by a Snake. MSXBOTTRUX, Saturday. I Henry Anderson, a youth 17 years of age, thrust his hand into a Tabbita' burrow1, at Burrumbeet in order to catch a rabbit which had taken refuge therein, when a snake bit him on the finger and he has since died from the effects thereof.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Population of Melbourne. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Population of Melbourne. - MILBOTHUTB, Saturday. . Mr. H. H. Hayter, the Government atatician, hu published estimates of the population of Melbourne and the suburbs to the end of last year. He finds it to be approximately 433,785-afar greater number than upon any previous occa- sion. _ .

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Dr. Belgrave. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Dr. Bêljgrave. SYDNEY, Saturday. ^Dr. Belgrave waa examined thia morn- ing in a snit for damages in which he was called npon to give medical evidence by order of the Chief Justice, who made : the order in consequence of his return being required at Broken Hill through the prevalence of typhoid there. Dr Belgrave has been using the time of his forced detention in Sydney in promoting the establishment of a school sf mines on the Barrier. The Board of Technical Education, in which Dr. Belgrave has always taken a great interest, and Mr. Wyman Brown, the member for Sturt, are also working in the same direction, lt is contemplated forming a deputation to wait upon the Government on the . matter. The prospects of obtaining the school Dr. Belgrave considers promising

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Out on Strike. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Out on Strike. MiLBOüKKE, Saturday. A somewhat lenous labor difficulty hmm occurred at the Phonix Iron Foundry, Ballarat,, owing to the refusal of the man- agers to grant the blacksmiths'laborers an increase of-wagea from 36s. to 40s. 6d. per week. In consequence of the refusal 96 men have gone out on strike ; but the management, it is stated, are willing to meet the men and settle the dispute by arbitration, lt is anticipated that a speedy settlement will be arrived at. Few people in the colony seem to have been aware of the low rate of wages paid the men, who have the popular sym- pathy with them. "

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FIRE AT MOONTA. MARKEY'S HOTEL BURNED. MOONTA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

FIRE AT MOONTA. ._._ MARKET'S HOTEL BURNED. MOONTA, Saturday. The news of the disastrous conflagration in Adelaide reached here only last even- ing, and to-day a sad and strange coinci- dence is to be reported from here. The Adelaide fire appears to have originated at about 3.30 yesterday morning, and that was abo the hour and minute, but twenty-fours later at which it was discovered that Marley's Globe Hotel, in this town, had caught alight. It was not very many minutes before the building was wrapped in flames, resulting in its total destruction. Only a few articles were saved. It appears to have originated in the bar, and it is believed that it could easily have been extinguished at the beginning if water had been handy. However, no lives were lost, all the in- mates being fortunately roused in good tame to allow of their escape to a place of safety. The alarm of the conflagration was soon spread over the town, and large orowds flocked down to the scene. The mine fire engine waa ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Fire in Adelaide. REV. F. W. TAPLEN'S DEATH. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

The Fire in Adelaide. RET. F. W. TAPLEN'S DEATH. ADEÜAIDB, Saturday. From further particulars obtained respecting the fire at Hambly'i Coffee Palace, it seems that there is no doubt whatever that the Rev. F. W. Taplin lost his life in it, in the brave endeavor to save the lives of others. He could easily have escaped, but he insisted upon rousing and rescuing the others, until it was too late for him to escape himself. The greatest sympathy is expressed for the widow ef the courageous clergyman, whose life was ever regarded a noble one, and whose death was not a whit leas so.

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Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Told to a Portrait. CHJLPIOR "^-{Continued.) .<$.-! . si* f-.S f. J*. V . "-i i -\ V. If"::;.'' ' Soul, eh ?"1 "donBf whether he /wis a soul.or,-a ( conscience; bittier ;¿Jór8|I verily believe he'd put his own mother - to the.itortureif hei'thoughtfhe - could!" : get know7 anything that other'men didn't^'^Of/côn^ my':own idea, 3aid^shaliöw^ the best judges'of cfearácjier! / But this there can ; .be no doubt about, he's a devilish clever fellow, and your being here, old man, is a Uving proof-of it.' Then you came- iny ' dear, and the subject, t of pujr conversation , . was changed."1 Denison, ^whb;f:ha4'bron* ^ abroad ever since I last saw him, for he was richland waa npt:nnó^,^,rieces sity of following his profession for a livelihood, rattled, away cheerily, ji and when he left us you were warm in his 'praise.rI wasia little bit jealous^ I remember ; for, though he had been so long married, I hadn't guü¿ learned that though jealousy may be a lover's : prerogative it is no...

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Is He the Owner. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Is He the Owner. IN the local police court to-day before Messrs. W. P. Tompson and C. T. von Arnheim, Js.P., Thomas Zevenboom, also known as Thomas Harris, on remand from last Saturday, was again charged with the larceny of a slut and pup, the   property of Frederick Smalpage. Owing to the inability of this gentleman through continued illness to attend and give evidence, prisoner was again remanded   for eight days on his own recognisances. No evidence was taken.

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Permanent Premises [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Permanent Premises To anyone who remembers the aspect of the principle section of Argent-street be- fore the great fire of November 5, and who is able to realise what the appearance of the western side will be when the edifices now in course of construction have been finished, the contrast must appear remarkable. Tempora mutantur. Going fast are the days of the tumble-   down shanties for the chief street of Broken Hill, and buildings more in consonance with the dignity of the third town of New South Wales, are being erected. The chief store and shopkeepers who were burned out in the great conflagration of Guy Fawke's day, are settling down into premises more substantial and commo- dious than those they occupied of yore. To-day a representative of the MINER visited the new business premises of Mr. J. Laybourne Smith, chemist, in Argent street, which adjoins the store of Messrs. Ford and Callaghan on the north side. A   chemist's shop of any pretentions inva...

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Horse-sweating. THE MAXIMUM PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Horse-sweating. THE MAXIMUM PENALTY. THE young man Robert Murray who was before the local court on Tuesday last under the accusation of having illegally used another man's horse and was then remanded, made his second appearance to-day before the bench. He pleaded guilty and Mr. W. P. Tompson, who with Mr. C. T. von Arnheim composed the bench, called upon the Sergeant to state the facts of the case. The accusation ran that on Saturday last Murray, who is con- nected with a local gang of men looking after horses, went to the stable of one John Prior, and took from thence a horse, saddle, and bridle. He was seen riding the animal by several persons, and Prior   having reported his loss, the police were soon on the track. On the same evening the animal was found saddled and bridled and very much exhausted, not far distant from its stable, and was   brought in by a friend of Prior's. From the clue received. Sergeant Saun- ders arrested accused at the Hibernian S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Special Advertisemeuts. Q. 0. BOWEN IND 00., SHABBBBOSKBS ABB OoMMmaioH Aawrrs, 4 Carrington Chambers, ARGENT- STREET. M. RICHARD S CHMDBT AND DBTJQOUT. Argent-street, Broken HUL Warner'! Safe Core, 6s 6d bottle Pore Limejuice, quarts 3s Eno's Fruit Salt, 3s. ' . ^ TV B. S É A BRO O *~* nay be consulted at . Ma. Aaxazaovo's OHUtaT, - -Argent-street, Deli? 11 .*m- to 1 pm' r \at 1 p.m. _' . .LSÖAL, 0 HS "R. - E D W A R:D 8 - (Of Deniliquin), > S Ó^L I O I T 0 R» - Ac. OoMsassioraa'' vom AWIDATTTS, ^ NSW South Wales and Queensland. NawOrsToas in the Commercial Booms, Grand HoteL directly opposite the Oourt house ..." S TTÄLESr- BROTBERS, Sharebrokera andïMining Agenta. Syndicates formed. Companies floated. " 71, KimJ WÜliam-street, Adelaide. NTHONÍ S^FOTHEBINGHAM, rSHAItEBBOKER. RO YAL :EXCH ANGE, ADELAIDE. Member Stock Exchange of? Adelaide. S pW.YSEAN BROWN (late Warden atr Silvertou ä ^and> Broken? Hill),, MINING AND LAND AGENT, Vktoria-châmbers, CASILEBXAOH STÄKET, STDNBT: T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

¿O 7{.Tir '.'"!'. TT r_; ;..... .' ~>: Directory. ^ A^BRIÖBand^^ . * chant and Auotioneera, Blande-st* ARMSTRONG H. O., Consulting ;à)id Operative Ohemiat, Argent-street.- ?'' BOAN BROS., Draper» and Clothiera, Argent-street, -r BIOKN^LL BROS., Baken, Caterers and Oqnfectâonérii, Aigerit-storeefc' BETTERIDGE RUPJÏRT," Çpi^fi^j Ohemiat, 40. years' expérience, Argent^^reet South. :" . ' TOERTHY, ; J., Baird»»^; . cçn|^ ?^^^rejét.',. - . ..." V , % ;'t j CLARK and HALL, Solicitors,] ;&e^ Argent-itreet._ OHARSLET and CLARK, -Shaxe-< broken, Exchange, Argent-rtreet. OPLEY; J;, BlactaniÄ, «--«ééli wright, Livery and Bait Stables,1 Pride-street -.-T, ri.-, DU RD_U,: WIJF.,= Grbjwáf and^Tea"' Beater, opprôti Res^e/Ai^t^ street. "' ' '" ' *"' ' ' '"* " ' ; TjiENTON AM) KNIGHT, Plained " Fancy _t^;pT»Printers,"'A^ sVeefc. ' :'u ':" GEDDES, PREST, and - HOCKING, Ironmongery andTimber Merchants, Argent-street.'_ HOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and Fruiterers, Argent-street Sout...

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STRAY NOTES. IMPORTING BUILDING MATERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

K STRAY NOTES. ? IMPORTING ' BUILDING ' ? MATERIALS. COUP)-INTS axe again being made that a' large .quantity of ready made doör-frames,_ window-aashea and such like 'are' being imported into Broken Hill from South Australia, thus ,: depriving a1 very gréât j number of the local tradesmen of work. - And how these tradesmen .want to, know, what;is to; be done "in..this matter. . It seems clear that the object for which the bulk j of. these, articles; nentioned are" imported, is that they / can be landed in Broken Hill cheaper than they can be madel here ; and,,no amount /of . moral suasion will: change .- theses importers' tacrics. They wiÜ ,ñót, . ;no.xmatter how much; they may be argued with-, pay 20 per cant, more for their goods. simply for the sake of keeping the work here. There is only one way ta overcome tile difficulty. A protective tariff, higher than that at present leviedr must be: put upon these made-up goods, and" the raw material, the timber,- should be. admitted free, ...

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Barrien Miner. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1889. Coalition Government. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

SATURDAY, MARCH 23,1889. Coalition Government THE general Parliamentary election in Victoria" is, interesting in more respects than one; bat perhaps it is in no respect ,more ..interesting than in the references which have been made by the Ministers,- notably the Premier (the Hon. D. - Gillies^ and the Chief Secretary (the Hon. Alfred Deakin), in regard to the coalition form of Government. Party Government has for so young countries developed with i extraordinary rapidity in the Aus tralias, butrin none of the colonies has' it become, so distinct and . notorious ¿¡si; feature, as inr-New South Wales. A com- parison1 extending over six years', of the political histories of Victoria and this colony^ bringa to light very -little which*_ creditable to the latter.- Her Government .throughout that term has been of the most1 wretched' character.' The House appointed to transact, her pabHc-;b'o1&e^.has_not only -been cUvided^tatwo distinct parties^ vbnt . . those parties . have stoo...

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An Urgent Matter. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

An Urgent Matter. REPEATEDLY has the need of a police magistrate for this town been made ap- parent. Repeatedly has the Government promised to supply this want; and yet Broken Hill is no better off in this re- spect. It was presumed that one of the first parliamentary efforts of Mr. Wyman Brown would be to see that this appoint- ment was made. None knew better than he the local need of such a functionary;   and he should lose no time in pressing upon the Government the necessity of insuring that the Broken Hill police court shall be held daily. That it is use- less to rely upon the local justices of the peace was shown this morning, when two cases requiring to be heard each by two justices or a police magistrate, could not be called on, because only one J.P. was in attendance. At 10 o'clock Mr. J. J. Williams took his seat upon the bench, and having dealt with a charge of drunken- ness, waited with what patience was possible under the circumstance, while messengers were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889

Public Notiè^ BILLHEADS JLlNDBILLSi ??> RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS, FORMS , ENVELOPES, «fco. COLOR -pm. \ Ajrasno PKrjjrpro "a specialty, Pr^NTON ;AWD^KNÎGH^T ; BABBIE Jtfnra» OFFJOE Argent Street. . Browne's ChloPÓdyne, : THE ORIGINAL AND ONLï " 1 GENUINE. I... pdlSON ?rES¿ ¿THE ^SEST-Manr ~ p¿op¿ tókve that .^atur¿ has sbme where a'Anieay for eviry^duôasé. ~: So many aiid^1 terrible axe ?tnW'ülíjof fife,' and so slight the pleasure ire get 'as time flies'past, that such a belief is the least ifaitn we can show in a gracious and all rwisej Providence. A few remedies-but alasjhowfew !-have been found. Others, so far, lie hidden frouKfiubiari 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 are there so many insane asylums filled to Overflowing; ^^resolting :fr&m 'Nervous Dyspepsia"- ' vTtP ïeWîhg' symptom ware these ; frequent or continual headache ; a dull pai...

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