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CHAPTER VII. [?]DEPENDING SHADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889
liDEKPBNIHTGr] SHADOWS! i? The first shock over,1 we'were' not un- happy. Our child'si;^iction ,-Was^ fbe>J yond all doubt, à tórrale grief and dis-" appointment to us . $\A£BB£L$OÍÁ you, Yera, * we, had each other.' ; And in the, bitterness of our sorrow, each instinc- tively drew near to the other. ^-v*--' - But our child grew sickly, and^the doctors gave it as their opinion that thé smoke-polluted airof the¡ .town -in wfiich j we lived was Iikëly to be injurious to him, and_recommended. that.heshould. be reared in the country. Sol relin- quished n^>;a£pqmtu)ept oakthe tocal*: newspapermen -which- I had altogether^ ceased to depend for a livelihood, and; bought a paper of my own in a tiny country town in the South.- ^It had originally been the property of a man named Sarsfield, from whom. I pur- chased it. This Sarsfield was a solicitor in good practice, - whose reputation: was very high in the legal world, but .who, unfortunately : for himself, had 1 been I smitten with a m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 23 March 1889
Religious. CONGREGATIONAL HALL. Í I l . ? - ? ' * ' ' \ ;| ?; TO-MORROW (Sunday). The REY. R. KEITH MACKAY will pr-ch-Morning ll, "Waiting for Initrnction." Erening7, 'VAn Eventful Journey." Anthem, Solo and Chorus. j A cordial invitation to all. gT. PET E R'S C H U R C EL SUNDAY MARCH 24, 1889. THIRD SUNDAY TS LENT. Holy Communion at 8.80 a.m. Matins, Litany, and Sermon, at 11a.m. Preacher-Rev. W. S. HOPCRAFT, of Petersburg (S.A.) Evensong and Sermon, 7 p.m. Anthem, "What are These?' (Stainer). Preacher-Rev. W. S. HOPCRAFT. " The Story of the Cross" will be rang after ^Evensong. To the Residents OF SILVERTON. C. R. SELLERS IS REMOVING TO BROKEN HILL. BARGAINS. SOUTH PINNACLE SILVER MINING CO., No Liability. NOTICE is hereby given that the ! undermentioned Shares having been forfeited, through the non-payment of first call, will be sold by public auction at the rooms of the Australasian Mining Exchange Co., Ltd., No. 335, George-street, Sydney, on the 8th day of APRIL, 1889, at 12 o...
Was it a Hoax? ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
Was it a Hoax? ADILAXDW, Monday. A man named Stephenson, working at - A. M. Simpson and Sons made a state , ment: to Brock's pyrotechnical manager and Mr. J. Creswell that he overheard the concpfion of a plan for robbing the latter as he passed from the Adelaide Oval with the takings of Friday night's performance, which, aa secretary, he would hold. In this enterprise the local robben were to be joined by " Flash " Harry, who waa expected to arrive from Melbourne by Friday morning's express. The arrange- ment wa» that between the oval gates and the main road, where the thick trees cause deep shadows, the robbery "was to to be committed by force. The detectives, however, found that Harry did not arrive; so Mr. Creswell with Brock's manager left the oval as usual on Friday night driving, but holding cocked loaded revolvers ready for use. They had also sent the money on beforehand. No attack was then at- tempted, nor on Saturday night, when the same precautions were taken. Not- withsta...
FRENCH FINANCE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
! FRENCH FINANCE/ LoimoK, Sunday. The Société des Métaux, better knówn as the French Copper Syndi- cate, has applied for the appointment of a liquidator. The application was granted ; but the tribunal of com- merce is not satisfied as to the necessity to wind up the Comptoire D'Escompte, which is closely identified with the syndicate, and has called a meeting of - tibie . shareholders to consider the com- pany's reconstruction^ * ;
STRAY NOTES. BISHOP ULLATHORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
STRAY NOTES. BISHOP ÚLLATHORííE. Ir may not".- bo generally known that j Bishop Ullathorne, of whose death at a I very advanced age the cable has just; apprised us, was the first ecclesiastic with authority over the Roman Caaholics of this colony. He arrived in New South Wales in 1832, having-bèen dispatched hither by. Bishop " MorriB, of Mauritius, within whose see the whôlè of : Australia ] then was. Dr. Ullathorne had some strange experiences of "the convict system of those days, and a few, bat few indeed, of these he has left behind him. It was he who, wheh:bróúght face to face with a number of wretched convicts, saw them fall down on their knees and .pray that they might die, and thus be delivered from the wretchedness, the brutality, the inhumanity which characterised their con- victlife. And when it is remembered, that this was during Governor Bourke's term of office, when the convict system had lost much of its abominable cruelty, those with vivid imaginations can con- ceive...
The "Foundation" Stone. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
¡The "Foundation" Stone. MB. "PiLtTOKrpn the ground of the pressure of business enjragementa, has declined I the mvitation "given ". to bim by the ;Ho3pital,OpmmitteeItu .** founda- tion;" st&lt;m^of-^e a¿^|bmtóine. I^p^U be oppósédíthVmotio^jWat 1$» mantger of the Big mine, who so studiously keeps himself'aloof, so far as active interest is concerned, from all the movements connected jnt|^1^ asked tb uñdertajf e a^uncticöDiwliieitpj>eculiarlyj required to be performed by some person j having more thoroughly local sympathies j and permanent interests in the town. Mr. Patton is not wanting in common sense, and so immediately-' saw ; the inappropriateness of the invitation ; but although his reply is most correctly worded, the refusal is none the less a well deserved snub for those of the' Hospital Committee who voted for the motion that he be asked-a motion .that, as every, sensible man could see, could 'haye but one result. Mr. Patton has many unwise admirers here, whom, ...
The Hospital Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
The Hospital Secretary. OH Monday noxfc, Aprill, Mr. T. 0. Counsell, the recsntly appointed secre- tary and dispenser to the Broken Hill; Hospital, ,wüL ente^-upoh his duties.^ Mr. Counsell has been for a considerable time dispenser to " Dr. "Toll, one' of the chief medical men of Port Adelaide (S : A".), and this, gentleman very highly recom- mended him for the new office.
The "Miner" Office. THE NEW PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
The "Miner'» Office. THE NEW PREMISES. THIS afternoon the tenders for the erec- tion of handsome and commodious new premises for the BARBIER MINEE, on the ground, opposite the. new Coffee Palace, were opened.' For the masonry and plastering' only the tender of Mr. Thomas Forth* à local man, was accepted. The work'will be undertaken with the least possible delay-in fact, it is very probable some of : the workmen will be on the ground on Wednesday morning. Special arrangements have been made for expedi- ting the work of erection, and through these it is anticipated that the the whole of the operations included in Mr. Forth's contract will be completed by the end of April.
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
Valedictory. MB. T. LANGE, who a year ago opened the Provision shop in Argent-street which he has ever since conducted with, it is hoped, pecuniary euee BBB, is yet another of thoae whose patience has been worn out whU* waiting in Broken Hill for 'the"" good tonie coming." He will leave for South Australia by the 7.30 p.m. express train this evening and ia unable to Bay when he will again be seen on the Barrier, if ever.
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
Broken Hill Share Market. * \ ". 12.30p.m. Block 14-buyers, 95s 3d ; sellers, 96s Block 10-buyers, 41s j British.-buyers, 64s ; sellers, 65s Junctions-buyers, 12s 9d ; sellers, 13s 3d Souths (pro)-buyers, 20s 6d " Centrals (pro)-buyers^ 13a Central (subB)-buyers, 10s 9d ; Boilers, lls6d . Norths-buyers, 20s 6d Pinnacle Tributes^-buyers, 8a 6d VictbriaCroaies-buyers, Ss 6d
The Press and the Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
¡The Press and the Miriest ) j , . .il --rr - ' ^ : ' IT is understood that those ia charge of ¡the Broken JrHiU ïNorth mine .have re- moved the embargo placed upon repre- séntala vres of thé^Press in so'far as to allow them to visit and inspect the underground: workings of the. mine ¡upon Fridays.;... While ^expressing .thanks for ali favors conceded," it must [be pointed oubithat; even -.under this arrangement justice is not done the 'shareholders and- the public," to. whom do or should belong the right of [having: supplied to them .^information respecting the^appearance of a mining property owned by a public company at any time,'and not during specified days bnly. íSuppose, for example,, that' a jrich; body- of ? ore of ' unprecedented bulk ¡were struck in this: mine upon a'Satur- day. -According to the" arrangement which the .management of. the -North mine have made, the public would re- main in ignorance of the development for almost a week, unless indeed the j , ..... -. . .&a...