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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889
Commercial MESSSS. A. A. BKICE. A3ID. Co. report: as follows , under date March ? 22 :-A.t to- day's auction, in most' lines the bidding was brisk Good, supplies.came forward in all. usual lines but bacon. Good prime butter was in demand, prices rising l£d during the 'salé eggs; were easier, but maintained good prices. The sales were : -Butter, very prime, 20d to 2s per lb, good 18d to 19d dd, medium 13d to 18d do, pastry 6§d ; eggs, " 16|d to 17id per doz; medium (potted) 6d^ ham, 9¿d to ll^d per lb j bacon; nonetq hand ; fowls, table 3s 6d to 4s 9d, chicks 2s 9d per pair ; ducks, 5s per pair ; turkeys, none to hand ; honey, 3$d to 4d per lb pota- toes. 7s 9d per cwt. Mr. Stanley L. Shaw reports having sold the following allotments for cash : Allotment 3, section 42, having a frontage of 66ft. to Argent-street ; allotment 13, section 33, having a frontage of 33ft. to Argent-street, and shop thereon ; allot- ment 20, section 36, with a frontage of 82ft. to Oxide-street ; also, allot...
Mineral Applications. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 26 March 1889
Mineral Applications. The following applications for mineral leases were lodged with the warden's clerk, Silverton, March 23: * No. 4007, Thomas Symonds, Sturt's Meadows, and Ernest William Creeves, of Euriowie, 40 acres, situate six miles from Sturt's Meadows station. The datum point is about six miles in a southerly direction from Sturt's Meadows station. Silver, lead, copper, and tin. 4008, George A. Crawford, Silverton, 40 acres, parish of Stephen, county Yan- cowinna.' The datum point is the north- east corner of measured portion 240, same being the land applied for. Silver, lead, and copper. The Australian Smelting and Refining Company (per Mr. C^ Chapple, their Barrier agent) report the latest London quotation of silver to be 3s. 6§d. per oz. ; lead, £12 9s. per ton ; both firm.
Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Hospital Committee. THE hospital committee last night refused Mr. H. h. Roberts' offer to give 25 per cent of the takings for one .night at th» Skating Rink,' and decided that in future the name of the hospital must not be used in connection with' any performance except a member of the committee be. present to watch the proceedings, and the whole of the. takings, less actual expenses, be tendered to the hospi- tal. They further decided to hold' no athletic; sports at the opening of the hospital, but to ask the Athletia Í Club to arrange a benefit sports gathering1 &lt;? at some other time. The question of the finances was deferred until to-night ; and the appointment of a. night-wardsmati - haying been left in Dr. Groves' hands, the committee adjourned. n - Mr. Willianv Westgarth, the Anglo Australian financier, blames Mr;1 Burns, .Treasurer in Sir Henry . Parkes' previous '1 * Ministry, for much of the New South Wales financial muddle.
Lifeboat Crew. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Lifeboat Crew. &lt; 1 SUCCESSFUL entertainment was given by j the Broken Hill Lifeboat Crew in the ; Congregational Hall oh Tuesday evening. The hall was packed, and a considerable ?umber were unable to gain admission. Nb charge was made, but a collection was jmade to' defray expenses. Miss Hunt, 'opened' jthe entertainment by an overture iotfthe piano, given in good style, and . followed by a speech by Captain Semmens, introducing the crew in their opening chorus,, V Clear the Way." Recitations were rendered in a very creditable manner by Mrs Burnett and Messrs. H. Semmens and Guy ; also songs by Messrs. Stephens, Atkins; ' Maddern and Mole. Mr. v Mcgrath; with the crew providing'¿he ' chorus, was the first to gain an encore, with the song "Yo! Heave ho!" Misses Manner then by special request gaye two scenes from 4"The Rivals','^1 and ^&lt;^eceivèd?! an ovation.; The next number was a Shakesperian dialogue byMessrs. Maddernand Semmens, as "Brutus and O-uusius" respe...
Congregational Church. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Congrègational Church. A meeting of the committee of this church was held at the manse on Monday even- ing, jwhen the finances were put on a satis- factory basis, . the ? amount of5 money trequired being . -lent , by the Adelaide Church building committee free of inter- est, the capital returnable by monthly instalments.:-. After the general business had been transacted, the pastor (Rev. R. K. Mackay) : tendered his resignation of the pastorate. In doing so be said that he had been led to take the step on account of the sickness of Mrs. Mackay and family, and the positive statement by his medical advisers that on no account must Mrs. Mackay return to the Hill. It had'caused him much anxiety and thought, and it vas only on the final statement of the doctors, after his return from Vic- toria, that , he had decided to take the step. He had been asked if he would accept a call if given, but had declined to give any answer until he had consulted his own committee. He expressed his sorrow...
Permanently Disabled. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Permanently Disabled ON Monday night next, in Hamilton's (late Green's) Athletic Hall, an athletic and variety entertainment will be given for the benefit , of a permanently disabled miner hamed -John McLean. This un- fortunate fellow, " while working -at ;the Maiden Rockwell mine five months ago, sustained an-accident which necessitated the amputation of one arm, and left the sufferer with only one serviceable eye. As his constitution ia completely shattered aod his pockets are. empty,, this benefit has been arranged to provide him with a portion of the funds necessary to set him up in some ^ small business. Of the. entertainment itself it may be aaid that . almost every athlete of note in Broken Hill has tendered his services, while local variety. ** stars " have not been one whit less grudging : of their .. services. This being so, a novel and at the same time pleasing evening's recreation should be provided
A Philanthropic Movement. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
A Philanthropic Movement A F KW days ago it was suggested in these columns that some steps should.be taken on. behalf of the unfortunate woman Mrs. "Whitehorn, . who lost everything by . fire in ..Crystal-street, a little over a week ago. [t was suggested chat subscriptions should: he; collected to provide for.the widow a small home in which she might again by laundry work earn her livelihood, lt is satisfactory to know that' Mr. John LeeB, of the Criterion Hotel, had already at that time moved in the matter, and had opened a^faubscripiioh list. Qther sympathisers joined in the movement, and, having ap- pointed M£ Lees 'treasurer, they Jiave collécteía. moderate Bum A few.inore pounds wül. however, be necessary to fulfil the philanthropic object of the pro- moters of the movement ; and those who can are, therefore, incited to transmit at least abtrifte to the treasurer. ..-&lt; \
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Special Advertisemeuts. Q_ O. BOWEN AND 00M S aABVBBOKaaa juro COMMISSION AGENTS, 4 Carrington Chambers, ARG EN TT S T REST. ,| A.. M. R ICH ARDS CHEMIST ÍSD DBUGGIST. Argent-street, Broken Hill. Warner's Safe Cure, 6s 6d bottle Pure Limejuice, quart« 3a EnoVFruit Salt, 3s._. TY B. 1 8 E A B R 0 0 . stay be eoniulted at MB.;ABJOXMVO'B.OUMIBT, . 'Argent-itreet,. Daite /£rom 11 a-ni- *° 1 P-m _\»V7 p.m. 5. LEGAL. JOHN R. EDWARDS - :r. (Of Deniliquin), .8 O L. I 0 I T O R, Ac. OOMaUSUdffEB YOB AmDATHS, Nev South Wales and Queensland.- .. Kiw'OsnoiB in the Commercial Rooms, Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house ^ .. -? ? T::?"'?''?* j XTALE'S^ BROTHERS, Sharebrbkers -^V and ' Mining Agents.. Syndicates formed. Companies floated. -v -71, JjTing, William-street,^Adelaide. ^ : ^NTHOHTE, S. IFOTHERINGHÀM, f: SHAREBROKER. ¿jj. ROYAL "EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE. ~ " ~ s. ~\ '.-li,* í Member Stock Exchange of Adelaide! f i ^ - -Kl ' ilCT"Ri sflMfLir -"BROWN ?f4ï*-: ^(Iatë WaVdeitëât Silverto...
Burra Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Burra Notes, THIS (Tuesday)Jmorlnirig; the residents hera (writes oar Barra correspondent): were startled bj?*? sharp shoclr? 'pf1 ' earth- quake, lt- is not \very long since we experienced one before. The..noise was like that f'of J thunder^ ' The atmosphere was calm at the time. I haye ,not heard of any damage-being done.> : ' ." The Mayor of Burrah Mr. Wi Holder, M.P., and severa^ ex-Mayors ahd( other gentlemen^1'- left ^here *-'this-V morning early for the Burra Greek, at World's End, to find out'' a place;: adapted to conserve water for irrigation' purposes. Typhoid is still very bad here.. Several patient« are*in a critical condition. 'Burra appears to bela sanatorium for "the ¿Barrier and the northern^ districts' of South Australia generally, at present. ... At a special meeting of ¡the Burra town council ,on Monday last, the /lease of the waterworks was signed ; and forwarded ' to the Government. The council will" take over the works on Saturday next. The Black Hills S.M....
Her Majesty's Guests. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Her Majesty's Guests. FOB the accommodation of those subjects of the Crown who are the especial care of the Queen's local representatives, and are to be presented at court on the 16th pros., two new reception rooms, vulgarly termed cells, are being erected at the establishment under the control of State Officer Saunders. In consequence, of. the change of venn of the Circuit Court from Silverton to Broken Hill, .this farther accommodation of State guests, also vulgarly known as prisoners; has beeb rendered necessary. j It is proposed to recoup Mr. M'Elhone, late M.L.Â., his expenses in connection j with the, unsuccessful- action .to .restrain: the A.M;P. Society, providing an officers, assurance fund. ' !
From Prison to Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Frbriïî;Î^son iídiiHóspitall WmuAM . 'Warri, v -, undericommittab for trial for guttering*;;spurious -coin, waa brought from Silverton gaol to the local lockup on Wednesday kat to await the: Circuit Court sitting next month, the j : Silverton prison being-full to overflowing. Safen af ten his arrivals here the prisoner evinced symptoms of typhoid, and upon the recommendation pf . the ?G^y ernment medical officer, he wàa^irea^ed, jtc$he,; Hospital on Monday. It is understood that he is now in for a severe attack,!- This, therefore, seems a casé-of "out bf ' the frying-pan ' into the fire." As the mab. has been two months in; the Silverton gaol' awaiting ériál¿:'ït::harctly admits ,of ; doubt that he contracted the duèasë in i that? establishment.1 .-This ' hypothesis is much strengthened by the fact that one of the Silverton constables is now in the hospital there suffering from typhoids
CHAPTER IX. IN PURSUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
CHAPTER IX. IN-PURSUIT. I waa still weak from one of the most dangerous operations of modern surgery, when the shock of Trinopoulos story as /fco your flight came upon me. This, superadded to the suffering I had endured, well-nigh crushed me, and for 'many^veary days I \ias ill. ? ;,I saw no reason *o doubt Trinopoulos : assertion. What interpretation could -I, haye upon your letter, but the one which suggested itself to me at first ? You looked upon me as a madman. When we last parted, I had used actual violence towards you. I had deceived you through these long years by keep- ing back the secret of my malady. Madness, violence, deceit : . surely 'serious reasons enough to take a woman from her husband. And you had fled with Denison. I remembered my old jealously of him and your admiration for his good Qualities. I could well conceive that, 'disappointed in me, half in fear of me, you had confided yourself to* him, though under what circumstances I could not guess. Hor could Trinop...
A. M. A. Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
A. M. À. Meeting. THE usual weekly meering of the local branch- : of the Minera' Association was held in the Kiosk last night. In the I absence of the president on leave, the [^vice-president (Mr. C. Pound) occupied I the chair. Daring the course of the meeting the chamber waa. fairly filled. I After the minutes of theTast meeting had I been read and confirmed*without com J ment, the vice-president announced that, I in accordance with the invitation issued I by the hospital committee to the several I organisations in the town to take part in I the forthcoming demonstration on the I occasion of the opening of the new hos I pital buildings, it would rest with the I meeting, if it saw fit, to appoint two dele I gatee to attend the hospital committee I meeting that night as^representatives oi I the association. Messrs. Hicks and I Elvidge iwere then deputed to this duty, l as it was left to them to consent, on bje I half of the association, to such arrange) I ments as may seem desirable...
A Generous Directorate. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
A Generous Directorate. IN connection with the movement for the relief of the miner, John McLean, who was permanently disabled through an accident which happened to him while working on the property of the Maiden Rockwell S.M. Co., the legal manager thereof (Mr. Granville Price) has for- warded from Melbourne the following letter (with cheque enclosed) to Messrs. Rakow and Fischer :-" My directors have full sympathy with the memorial that you and others have forwarded for further assistance to thiB man. They had previously paid £19 4s. for medical atten- tion and £20 to the man himself, in dis- charge of any claim he might have on tho company. It must be remembered that the accident was the result of gross care- lessness. Still I am delighted to be authorised to enclose for McLean a fur- ther sum of.- £30, as the result of your appeal, which I heartily trust will be wisely, used." The Maiden Rockwell Company is assuredly generous.
From the Ashes. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
From the Ashes. AMONGST the many'iew and imposing ätructnrea recently'built or id course of erection upon that portion of Argent street over which swept the fire of No- vember 5, there is none which so attracts the eye as the premises built to the order of Mr.. Lawrence* Finn. A full descrip- tion of these premises, while then only on paper, was furnishnd to MINKE readers some months ago ; and the, occasion for the present paragraph , is the opening of a portion of .the, building-that occupying one-half pf the frontage,-and employed as the bar of the. Royal Hotel. Upon this Mr Finn has caused great care to be exer- cised, with the result that there is here a spacious and well arranged room,.provided with most serviceable yet ornamental fit tings. The proprietor still remains in charge : of the house ; and the adjacent portion, occupying the other half cf the building; frontage, will be shortly taken possession of by Mr. C R. Sellars, the successor to Mr. H. Stoddart (Treloar and Oom...
Opening the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
Opening the Hospital. LAST evening, in the' Mechanics' Insti- tute, the hospital committee met the re- presentatives of several friendly societies and other organisations with the object of arranging a demonstration in connec- tion with; the opening of the new hospital building. Amongst those present were the Rev. R- K. Mackay (chairman) and Messrs. Abbott, King, Brirtowe, McCar- thy and Christmas, and Dra. Groves and Chompson, representing the hospital com- mittee ; Messrs. Spencer and Simmons, the Good, Templáis ; Messrs. J. J. Christ- mas and Burbeck, the Rechabites ; Mr. Weeks, the Sons and Daughters of Tem- perance ; Messrs!.'Sutherland and Wilcox, the Independent Order of Oddfellows ; Messrs. Archbald and Perkins repre- senting thé'Grr W. I.O.O.F.; Messrs. Elridge and Hicks, the A« M.. A. Barrier Branch ; Mesárs. Hughes and Solomon, the Fire Brigade"; Messrs. O'Sullivan and Creedon, the Hibernian Society; and Messrs. Bowen and Morgan, the Athletic Club.:. Only business of a ge...
NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
NOTICE OF MAILS. To Airo THOU ADELAIDE.-Leave Ade- laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Saturdays. . Arrive Broken HOI, 2.25 a.m. and 7.50 i a.m. except Mondays. I Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 . p.m. and 10 i p.m., except Saturdays. Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.46 p.m., j except Mondays. Euaiowxs.-Leave Broken Hill, Tuesday and Friday, 10.30 a.m. ; arrive Euriowie, 6.30 p.m. Leave Euriowie, Wednesday and Satur- day, 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken Hill, 5.30 p.m. Arrire Broken Hill, Thursday and Sun- day, 5.30 p.m. ROUND Hm.-Leave Broken Hill daily (Sunday excepted), 10 a.m.? : arrive ' Bound Hill, ll a'.m." Leave 'Bound Hill, 4 p.m.: arrive Broken HOI, 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 Hfll, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. 5.30. p.m. BROKEN Hm, RAILWAY STATION (BIS- HOP'S STOKE.)-Leave Broken Hill p...
Manager's Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 27 March 1889
r Manager's Reports. BÏ lt STAK ¿M. CO.-«4 I beg to sub- mit you my report of work done up to date/: Before starting work on the pro- perty I made a careful examination of the No. 1 Bhaft, and found that the ore in the drive was dipping south and under- lying west, and that by sinking a-new shaft south-west of the old one we would be more likely to cut the lode of ore in the drive. I started the contractors to sink a new shaft Bouth-west of the old one, the size being 6 x 4 in the clear, and is timbered up with 6ft. sawn timber. I measured the work this morning, and found the shaft to be 34ft. deep. On Friday last, when down about 30ft. the can trac tor cut the cap of the lode, show- ing galena and carbonate of lead. The lode is underlying west and dipping south. From the present appearance of the lode it seems rather unsettled, but I consider by the rime the contractors complete their contract they will be properly into the lode." Dr. and-Mrs. Bose"'are instituting an action agains...