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Beastly Language. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
Beastly Language. THE local police court was crowded this morning by the great unwashed evidently anxious to hear the case against Emma &nbsp; &nbsp; Coghlan, a woman of powerful physique and well-known attributes, accused of having been drunk and disorderly in a public place on Saturday and of having used very foul language at the time. De- spite her formidable appearance and repu- tation, the prisoner seemed very meek and mild in court as she pleaded guilty to the charges preferred against her. Con- &nbsp; stable Jackson stated that the woman was arrested in Argent-street near the Theatre Royal at 9 30 on Saturday night, and that her language and conduct were so violent as to be a perfect scandal to the hundreds of people about at the time. She was with difficulty placed in a cab and taken to the police station. The officer further remarked that the woman's neighbors complained of her house as a nuisance. &nbsp; &nbsp; Called upon by the Ben...
A Desirable Reformation. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
A Desirable Reformation. HERE is another bit of work for Mr. Wy- man Brown, the newly-elected member for this district. If it be true that new brooms sweep clean, and our member has any of the desirable spirit of the reformer about him, he will not neglect the oppor- tunity. In the Petty Debts Court this &nbsp; &nbsp; morning, Mr. J. R. Edwards, on behalf of the solicitors, called the attention of the bench to the number of cases in which the summonses against debtors &nbsp; had not been served in consequence &nbsp; &nbsp; of the latter having left the colony, and urged that some step be taken to bring about legislation giving power to stipendiary magistrates to grant warrants to detain debtors in any &nbsp; cases where there is a reasonable sus- picion that they contemplate flight from the colony. He suggested that a deputa- tion, headed by the police magistrate, wait upon the judge at the ensuing circuit and press the mater upon his ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
Special Advertisements. Q. 0. BOWEN AND 00., S HABBBB0KBB8 AND OoMBUSSION AGEXTS, ? 4 Carrington Chambers, . AB6BNT-STEEET. A. M. RI CHARD S CHEMIST AND DBTTGGIST. Argent-street, Broken Hill. Waraer/sJ3afe_ Cure, 5sj:6d bottle Pore limejuice; quarts 3s EnoVTfuib Salt, 3s. T\ R._:S E~A B.-R 0 0 K ' ;- nay.be consalted at , . MB.'-ABM^Boiro's CHEM KT, ?'? ~ Argent-street," . DaSte ffrom 11 ¿m.'to 1 p.m. * \at 7 p.m. _ LEGAL. ->. JO HN -1 R. E D WA RDS 4 -'.V: (Of Deniliquin),. . ~ S,OL:IOHO R, v Ac. - COMMXSSIOHEB JOB AraiDAViTS, Naw ; "South Wales and Queensland.;:^ : NBWOCTIOKSÍU the Commercial Rooms; ] Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house i' |ËpS§ 'TTALES BROTHERS, Sharebro^e|| A*-- and Mining Agents. Syndiwtes formed. Companies floated. ; 71* KingWiilism-street, Adelaide^ "4 r ri . , r- ? . " - A-NTHONÏ FOTHERINGHAM* ta:' v. rr^.T; "--i.' .. v» J - j 3H.ÍREBR0KER» ! k^g -RG£A¿ EXCHANGE, ADELilDÉ Mamber-Stoek^ Exchange of- Adelaide. g.>.?§... 4 fe T C_ TÈirÎt5 'WY ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
V;:. : Directory. A 'A. BRICE and CO., Produce Mel ?^Vf Í chant and Auctioneers, Blende-st." A:RM8TRONG H. C., Consulting and Operative Chemist, Argent-street. OAN BROS., Drapers and Clothiers, , Argent-street._. BRICEKELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Oonfectioners, Argent-street. BETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting Chemist, 40 years' experience, ArgentHrtareet South._ : ,. ."' BERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobac- conist, Argent-street. . CLARK and HALL, Solicitors, &c.. Argent-street. ?? ? .' ÖHARSLET and CLARK, -Sfiar£ ??? brokers. Exchange, Argent-itreet. COPLEY, J., Blacksmith, - Wheel-: wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street. : DU BIEU, W. F., Grocer and Tea Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent street. . , ... V- " "... ....... jitENTON AND , KNIGHT, Plain : and " Fancy Letter-press Printers, Argent sVreet . .- -: ÖEDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, ?- Ironmongery and Timber Merchants, Argent-street._ OLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and Fruiterers, Argent-street South. JONES and YOUNG, Sha...
Barrier Miner. MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1889. The Causes of Typhoid. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
MONDAY;' MARCH 25, 1889. _The_Causes of Typhoid. DüBEíGííast week slight reference was made toa report famished to the Minis- ter of Public Works by Dr. Ashbnrton , Thompson: and Mr. Gr. H. Stayton, M.I.O.E., upon an outbreak of typhoid - fever, -at Newtown and Macdonald- town, near Sydney ; and elsewhere - tooday a contributor deals in a more extended form with this report. Not withstanding that the cause of the furnishing ^thereof ^is a matter, upon which* we oakthe Barrier can take little imfierestj-yet innçh valuable information of>general interest is contained.-within . i£T Part 1 deils-with the local circum - staucesjdetailitig th« physical surround- ing?; of jibe:.-terrica; in .' which:.* the epidemic broke out with «xtrao^dinary vftalenee-at Newtown-and" McDonald town. Pact 2 Retails the causes ol typhoid- fever-r- and-rarely mdeed has a more concise .and.,-¿easily, understood .explanation } been-; forthcomings U Sc very important are many of the,obser vations contained i...
The Usual Promise. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
The Usual Promise. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MR. GOWER, P.M., has a way of his own in dealing with persons brought before him who plead guilty to drunkenness. From such of these that he has reason to believe intend for the future to "eschew &nbsp; sack and live cleanly" he extracts a promise of amendment, and he then dis- charges them with a caution. In this fashion he this morning dealt with James Cornelius, an elderly man, charged with having no visible means of support, and with a respectable-looking middle-aged man named Richard Bowden, who was found lying drunk in Argent-street on Saturday afternoon. To the allegation of the police that he had no money, did no work, was kept by charity, and was in the habit of drinking to excess, Cornelius re- plied that he had a balance of £40 in the bank at Kadina. He said he was a brick- layer. "Why, you've got the shakes now" remarked the Bench, adding, "you &nbsp; won't be ab...
Bishop Linton. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
v .. ?,. Bishöp^ LihJtöOr x «. ? ?.' ' --sui-JULL-? DB. LINTOX, the "A^gurair Bishop of Riverina, arrived in Silverton on Satur- day, and yesterday- conducted the services afc St. Stephen's (Church in that town. Large congregations attended both morn- ing and, evening^ tl\e/services bemg fully choral and highly'attractive. During the week theBishop-win-prooeed to Broken !Hill, and will here' conduct' Lthe servioes, it is expected, on Sunuay'hext. From liere Dr.' Linton/, will. go'- oû. to' Menindie, WücÄnniav'.^anid'other ^placeB.en route to Hay, where is his seat. ' 7"
Another Local Epidemic. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
Another Lota! Epidemic. YESTERDAYa representative of the MINER &nbsp; had an interview; with one of the leading medical men of the town on the preva- lence of sickness locally just now. "The causes of the spread of typhoid" said the professional gentleman, "hardly need explanation; but there is another disease which is epidemic in the town just now, and which, in the absence of other trace- able general cause, I can only attribute to the same source, which is accountable for the presence of typhoid, that is the in- sanitary condition of the town. You may not be aware that although yellow jaundice of the type which is now show- ing itself here is by no means unusual in isolated cases. It is very rarely that this disease takes the form of an epidemic ; in fact, only six previous instances are for certain known to the profession. Now, jaundice is always found to arise from some specific cause ; but to account for this outbreak in Broken Hill, no one has cause to cover all the c...
The Filth Fiend. [BY WIDEAWAKE.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 25 March 1889
The Filth Fiend. [BY WIDEAWAKE.] &nbsp; IF there be any persons in authority in Broken Hill so crassly ignorant of the requirements of sanitation as to imagine that the town is in something like a proper sanitary condition, it is time they were undeceived. The prevalence of typhoid alone should be enough to convince them of the horrible danger of disease which still surrounds the residents of this place. Everyone of our aldermen, therefore, every paterfamilias, every mother and wife, every person in charge of a house- hold, however small, should read the joint report of Dr. Ashburton Thompson, chief medical inspector of the Board of Health, and Mr. George Stayton, M.I. C.E., of the Sewerage Department of Public Works, upon an outbreak of typhoid in two of the suburbs of Sydney, recently &nbsp; issued from the Government Printing Office. The inspection was made under instructions from the Minister of Works, in consequence of the attention aroused by the suddenness and...
South Australian Mining. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889
South Australian Mining. -?- - ADELAIDE, Tuesday. &lt; Mr. T. A. Masey, the managing direc- tor of the Blinman copper mine,, amongst. others,etatoa;that at the end of this month he will be compelled to reduce hands, and also wages, owing to the recent great fall in the price of copper ; but the mine will not be stopped altogether. The best men are to be sent on to the Wirrialpa silver mine, also in the northern district, and under Mr. Masey's charge; which is reported to be in splendid condition at present. Operations here have, however, been retarded through the floods in January washing away the roads. The work of effecting repairs to these ways is still in progress.
Salting Gold Samples. THE LEIGH'S CREEK SPECIMENS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889
palting gold Samples. THE LEIGH'S CREEK SPECIMENS. ' M; , ÁDELATDI, Tuesday. 'The disclosures regarding the alleged salting of gold samples sent by the Oreat Northern Prospecting Association to the Government Department for report, and which specimens, it was stated, were from a gold mine at Leigh'sCreek, are causinga great sensation. This morning both papers devote leaders to the subject. Afr. George Pleass, upon being interviewed on tile subject, stated that he was confident of the great value of the property till yesterday, and' had not sold any of his interest in it. There was no doubt that a great swindle was proposed to be worked, but who was to blame was hardly clear. Two tons of stone similar to that submitted to the Government experts had, it appears, been treated at Fulton's Works, and only resulted in a grain and a half per ton. It is reported that the matter has been placed in the hands of the Grown Law officers for the purpose of instituting an investigation into the wh...
Bingera Diamond Field. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889
Bingera Diamond Field. f ---:- ? ADELAIDE, Tuesday. I A telegram has been received from Bingera concerning the opinions of the English expert, who was sent to examine the diamond property there with a view of its purchase- by an English company* He'1 obtained good results both of dia- monds and gold from the washings. Mr. Wilson, it is said, is very pleased with the result, and will furnish a favorable report.
Broken Hill Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889
Broken Hill Jockey Club. Taa annual meeting of the Broken Hill Jockey , Club is advertised to be held on tho course on Thursday and Saturday, Juna 6 and 8. Five events have been provided for each day. Tho principal race of the meeting, t l.e Broken. Hill Cup, j 200 soya., is set down for the first day ; while into the Becond day three always popular events have been crowded, viz., the Steeples, 120 sovs , the Broken Hill Handicap, 115 sovs., and the Members' Plate. In the .latter riders must be amateurs and members of the club. Ia addition to the races named, there are, on the first day, Handicap Hurdles, Maidens, Flying Handicap, and Selling Place ; and on the second, Railway StakeH and Forced Handicap. The club, of which Mr. Morgan D'Arcy is still secretary and treasurer, have taken arrangements in hand early, and intend to make the meeting even a greater success than previous oneB have been. .They might also do worse than at once'opeh up. communication with the railway" authoriti...
The Junction Mine. INDIGNANT SHAREHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889
The Junction Mine. I) INDIGNANT SHAREHOLDERS. . A MEETING of the Junction mine share- holders was held at Caltowie (S.A.) on Saturday evening. Mr. P. Martin was chairman. . The following first resolution was pro- posed by Mr. John Madigan :-" That we, .as shareholders in the Junction mine, are thoroughly dissatisfied with the way this .mine is mismanaged at present, and beg . for the help and co-operation of all honest shareholders to remedy the existing state of affairs without delay." This was seconded by Mr. Michael Hill, and carried. )\ It was then proposed by Mr. Parry " That, we indignantly condemn the un- authorised and independent action of Mr. Sylvester Browne, a single shareholder,' in his attempt to exclude the press mining .reporters from inspecting the Junction, mine:" Mr. J. Murrie seconded, and the motion was carried. Mr. Wv..- Howie : next proposed-^ * That we demand the resignation of Mr. Jolly as manager of the - Junction mine, being fully convincedithat the damagi...
Mineral Exports [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889
Minéral Exports THE following quantities of mineral pro- duct* have been entered for export at the Broken Hill Customs House during the past week :- , -, ¡ Broken Hill Proprietary-13,500 baw argentiferous lead ; 497' tons 9 cwt. 3 qrs. 13 lbs ; value £28,419. North-32 trucks ore ; 169 tons 2 qrs. ;. value £846.' &lt; Block 14-6,600 bars argentiferous' lead ; 249 tons 6 cwt. 2 qrs. 6 lbs ; value £8477. Also 1 truck ore ; 5 tons 14 cwt. 2 qrs." ; value £33. . .