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Colonial Workmanship. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Colonial Workmanship. SYDNEY, Tuesday. A steam yacht pf 125 tons was launched yesterday, bnilt entirely in Sydney, with the exception of the: engines, to the order of the Hon. R. H. D. White. The yacht is described as a beautiful craft.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mount Morgan Shares. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Mount Morgan Shares. --A BKISBANI, Tuesday. Alargenumberof8hareB(l-l,000,000thB) in the Mount Morgan Gold Mining Oom-: pany were sold yesterday on 'Changeât: £810s.

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Extraordinary Injunction. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Extraordinary Injunction. .-* MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Mesar». Brough and Boucicault, the well-known theatrical managers, have gained an injunction restraining the lessee of the Palace Hotel from permitting offensive smells to come from his kitchen in the hotel. These smells, it was argued, affect the attendance at the theatre leased by Messrs. Brough and Boucicault,

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A Brutal Skipper. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

A Brutal Skipper. ?? -« SXDXBY, Tuesday. The hearing of the charge of cruelty preferred by a sailor named Hermann against Captain Jones, master of the barque Glencoyne, has occupied several hours before the court The statements made by Hermann were corroborated, and Jones was fined £10 10s., with £510a. 6d. costs.

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Parnell Defence Fund. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Parnell Defence FunÉ ? --*-_ ' ? - ' ? BRISBAHE, Tuesday. , The lam of £120 has been ?abscribed by an enthusiastic meeting held at War- wick, in aid "bf the Parnell Defence Fund.

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Alleged Libel. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Alleged Libel. MiiBOUBOT, Tuesday. I Mr. James Moloney, who U contesting the eastern suburbs against the Hon. D. Gülies, is bringing an action to recover £5000 damages for libel, by stating that he opposed the Education Act. Thu, he alleges, has damaged him in the eyes of the constituents of that electorate to the ' extent named, he not being opposed to the Act quoted.

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Filed His Schedule. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Filed His Schedule. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. I £53,602 is the total amount of the - assets of E. D. Alston, of Bourke-street, saddler, who has filed his schedule. His liabilities arc £59,435.

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Mount Euriowie Estate. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Mount Euriowie Estate; * ? : . MBMOUBNV Tuesday. An extraordinary general shareholders meeting confirmed the. resolution provi- ding for the winding up of the Mount Euriowie Estate Tin Mining Company.

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Leprosy in Victoria. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Leprosy in Victoria. ?? ^ MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Two Chinese lepera are isolated at Sandhurst. Neither are acute cases.

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Reported Robbery. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Reported Robbery. .-:-? ? : MKLBOUBNE, Tuesday. McLaren who was manager for Finok and Bete (in liquidation), wool merchants, has been presented before the court for robbing the firm of nearly £1000, and was remanded. He was alloted bail, the sureties amounting to £3000.

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The Late Mr. Taplin. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

The Late Mr. Taplin. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. I A number of prominent townsmen will ask the Mayor to convene a public meet- ing to inaugurate steps to assist Mrs. Taplin and her family. The death of her husband is generally considered a national loss. No steps have yet been taken to supply his place at the Point Macleay Mis- sion Station

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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

CONCENTRATES. I ; Another Melbourne failure; ? < E. D. Alaon, saddler, Bourke-atreet, . ; The Carrington Convent,' near New- castle, was burglariously enteredonSatur- ? day,- and a quantity of vestimenta stolen. Anglican clergyman Allworth, : of Sydney, is dead, aged 73. ' ( . Splendid rains fell on Sunday ; in various parts of the colonies,..from Inverell to Coonamble. 1 1 ? , Block 14 haB so far sent away £24,000 ? worth of bullion. . . . ., Mr. James Maloney, the Hon. D. Gillies'opponent for the representation " of the Eastern suburbs in the Victorian Assembly, is suing the Melbourne Age for £5000 for libel. New winding plant is being erected at the Broken Hill ConBola. The poppet heads are nearly complete. : Samples of ferruginous quartz found near Mackay (Q.) have .assayed at the Sydney mint 31¿ oz. of gold per ton. Owen Sullivan has repeated that he ia .* willing to meet Considine in the ring,rbut does not desire to be mixed up in a street ' brawl with him. . . ( .!...

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Pubic Officer Ill. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Pubic Officer 111. IT will be heard, with general regret, that Mr. Joaeph Mackay, the officer in charge of the post and telegraph office at Thaokeringa, haB been seized with typhoid fever. . ? Mr. Low, from the Broken Hill office, has been Bent to relieve him. Mr. Mackay ia still at Thackaringa wHere his wife, is in attendance with him. He has been,- com- paratively speaking, along time on the Barrier, aniia well-known in Silverton, whence he went to Thackaringa.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Special Advertisements. Q_ O. BOWEN AND CO., SSABBBBOKKBS AND COMMISSION AOHNXS, 4 Carrington Chamber«, A R Gr E N T- 8 T R E E T. A., M. RICHARDS" CaxsnsT ANS Dsnaoiar. Argent-atreet, Broken HUI. Warner's Safe Cure, 5s 6d bottle Pure Limejuice, quart» 3s Eno's ïxuicSalt, 3«.- î' | . j f T\ Bu -rS 'E-.A-JÍBÍ B l Or Os K .may be consulted atf " ' JVIB. ? ABMST*OJTO'S CH*MIST, ' Argent-street, ., -r \at 7 p.m._ .-LEGAL. . JO HN" - B, EDWARDS .: (Of Deniliquin), S S O Ii I O I T O B,> Ac. OoMMiasioNMa vox AwiDAvrrs, New ?.-x Sooth Wales and Queensland. NHW Omen in the Oommeroial Rooms, Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house .*-- ;~ TT ALES BROTHERS, Sharebrokers *-*-r and Mining Agents. ^Syndicates t ormed. - Companies floated. r . 7I¡ Sang William-street, Adelaide. y^-NTHONI 3, FOTHERTOGHAM; SHAR^ROKER,;, R0YAÍ EXdrEANGE^ ADELàJDÈâ I Member^StockiTExchàiige of Adelaides "lUTR. % WYMAN BROWN (late Warden at}8Uvertbn _. >¿ S S and Broken? Hill), ~v?-~. - MINING AND LAND A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

'iA ^'BlffOB'áád1 CO.í'^^úcerMél ^'^ehantr aíij^uctióneers, Blendé-at.*, lAv^M8TRONG H. O,, Consulting and Operative Chemist, Argent-street. O AN BROS., Drapers and Clothiers^ Axgent-street._ "DBIOKNELL BROS., Baker», Caterers .jP, ¿and Confectioners, Argentrstreet.. - ETTERIDGE RUPERT, CoiiiTÜting :.: .GhemÎBt, 40 yean' experience, Argenfc-street South. - . ? - ;-' -RERTHY, J., Hairdresser andTóbáé oonist, ArgenteBtréet. :, ¿ y, LARK and HAU/, Solicitors, &o" ,:. . Argent-street. .?; ":' -:--¡ /TtHARSLEY and CLARK, . Shar* ^ brokera, Exchange, Argent-street. COPLEY, J., Blacksmith, TOeel wiight, Lxrexy and Bait-Stables, Oxide-street._- ? -_ _ DU ÍRIEU, W. t F.,, Grocer and Teal ' Dealer, opposite Reserve, = Argent-' street, ~ ' . ..-.f TRENTON : A5D KNIGHT, jPlaitt: ¿5d ^* ",;FancyLetter-presíPrmters, Argent afreeb.' ? u -.izh.: : > - EDDES, PREST, and HOOKING, Ironmongery andTimber Merchants, Argent-street." , : >. .? . . - : prOLDSWORTH, ÎI. F., Grocers.and j ?M^ ^F...

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STRAY NOTES. SIR RICHARD WEBSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

STRAY NOTES. : --SIR RICHARD .WEBSTER, THAT waa an exceedingly bold'step on the part of Mr. Redmond ta move in the Com-, mons that, in consequence of the discredit abjeiconddct ;of Sir Richard-Webster as leading counsel for the Times before.the rimca-Parnell Commission, he should be subjected to a reduction of salary for his duties as Attorney-General. In the face of j the results of recent divisions, the Liberal and Home-Rule parries. If I be allowed to name the twbJseparately where no j real - distinction should exist, could hardly- have expected: anything but a de- feat - Nevertheless that', does, notalter the fact that Sir:''Richard'Webster/ did wrong in connection with this case ; for although his actíon 'did nofc in reality bind hit jparty. to the -Times side aa opposed to Mri Parnell's, yet his association with the present party in power is sufficiently inti- mate to have caused him tb abstain from taking the part he did before, the .Com- mission. If it was not radically wron...

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Barries Miner. TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1889. Absconding Debtors. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Abscondiflgr Debtors. MB. "J. R. EDWABDS* wül have ' the hearty tbjáuká'of all-Barrier, tradesmen if ,the -movement he yesterday publicly inaugurated in the local Petty Debts Court-bean fruit. Disgusted with the unusually iieavy number of unserved summonses .presented .yesterday, - he dreWythe .ajbtentioa of Mr. Gower; the presiding' P.M., to the matter, and appealed yto, that gentleman towhead a depatetipn to the judge, whoever he inay'*^^;.wbíq:i;:shül'. presently^ be on circuit in^ JBrpken.-^. Hill, asking that steps may be :^ken to, authorise stipendiary, magistrates to sign war- rant»;- detaining debtors whom, the applying .'creditors may reasonably expect are about to betake, themselves to a neighboring ; colony. -The- plan which Mr. .Edwards suggests to prevent this wholesale levantingissomewhat crude, and the magistrate evidently appreciated this -when he suggested that tu¥ member lox -the district might be mo^ed^tOfbring forward tbe subject in the House; While heartily agre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

Wanted. WANTED the publie to know that prepaid advertise mente, Wanted, Situations, «fcc, not exceeding twelve words, witt be inserted at one stilling each, or six times for five shillings. : WANTED, 12 first-claw CARPEN TERS, at once* Apply Roberts Oriental Hotel. _ WANTED everybody to purchase an .'Aurora" Cooking Stove, at W. O'Connor's, Argent-street. _ RESSMAKLNG.-Wanted, AsaistanTs for Bodices and Skirts ; also Im- provers, at once. Marton and Buck. ANTED known. Dancing at Wake's Carrington Hall, South Broken Hill, To-morrow (Wednesday) Evening, 8 o'clock. ANTED KNOWN, Dancing at Ken- nedy's Hall, Crystal-street, Friday^ night, under management of efficient MC, 8 o'clock._ ll/ ANTED Known.-Mrs. Dillon, VY duly qualified midwife, keeps private lying-in-hoapital, corner of Wake- field and Pulteney-streets, Adelaide; terms moderate. - ?. . : /i I TI/TINING MANAGER wanted for -IVA Josephine S. M. Company., No Liability, Purnamoota. Applications, stating salary, will be received up...

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Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER VIII. RIVEN ASUNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

TolflrtTj^Pörtrait. i CHAPTER Yin. j RTVE27 Á8UHDEB. 1 I walked along, at first mechanically, swinging my heivy stick backwards and forwards aa-^^ènfe^ The morning, bright, and fresh, as it. wsjj, did not seem to" rouse any~ corresponding state of bfiing-in me, for-myAbrain was woefully cobwebby, and my head ,*bèavy as lead. >????>'?'' ' '-"i:>:T } j But by and by this wore pE, and I hummed' a' tune'as "I walked onward; It .was wonderful the effect : that walk ~iiad*'done upon me. Three days of ; fresh: air and healthy exercise did more for my mental health and physical ~: regeneration .than all my weeks . of moody abstinence Jçrom work, and all the drugs that I had swallowed. Absence from .the. associations that. maddened;Uie took away my madness. ; ; And^ fuU.of gladness, with' âTcleâred ; . head and a'lightened' heart7.- Xjturned ; homewards. " ' ' .'_ ^Haj^haf ; I othought,î jnMaster ; Trinopoulos, you wiU-have bad-your jpurney án Yidiv : l am abetter doctor than the t ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889

ABRAHAM'S PILLS. i Sold Everywhere. i _ " Public Notices. BlfiLSEADS HANDBILLS ' ? f r;\ ¿MENU CARDS .* ? ' jr . -j '. - ? » . RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS .1 r' ft ; jr" ENVELOPES, «fcc. COXOK Airo ARTISTIC PRnrasa a specialty. ^FENTON AND KNIGHT BARRIER Murat Omoi' Ardent Sfcroet. ¿prp. gt?. y-Ä-. es % ;<*'>? g"'¿j Dr. Browne s ,^THE ORIGINAL AND ONL1, "' ~ "GENUINE. . í POISON IN THE ASHES.-Man *- people believe .tliat^ature baa some- where a remedy for -eveiry-disease. So many and so terrible are the ills of life, abd so slight the pleasure ire get as time flies past, that such a belief is the least faith we can show in a gracious,, and all wise "providence."!;^. ftfgrt^^edifS¡%Mt alas, KoWÏôw1!-have been fbûndT Others, so1 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 are there so many insane asylums filled to overflowi...

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