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THE ELECTIONS. NUMEROUS SURPRISES. ALL MINISTERS RETURNED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

i THE ELECTIONS. ; .NUMEROUS SURPRISES. ; ALL MINISTERS RETURNED. \' MÄLBOURNS, Friday. ;' The 'general Parliamentary elections (passed off very -quietly, the only distnrb ; anees bemg verys lignt? In the evening a 'denis crowd blocked Collins-street, the itraffic, except the trams, being quite suspended. At the three newspaper offices the results were posted outside, aa they came to hand, the hoardings being illuminated by the electric light- The whole of the Ministers were returned. ' The Premier (Hon. D. Gillies) scored a majority ot 691 votes over Mr. Maloney . for the Eastern Suburbs. The returns are ¿up to- the present incomplete ; but j so far the results approximately show I Ministerialists 60, Opposition 35. Dr. if ., Bose, one of the ex-members, was pr. defeated for North Melbourne. Messrs. f . C. E. Jones, D. Gaunson, J. Bosisto, ! ». J. . Langdon, Reid, Feild, Cooper, Vale and Coppin, all known as members of the t obstructionist party, lost their seats. Mr W. A. Trenwith...

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Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Adelaide Share Market I ! ADELAIDE, Friday] ] The market; ii eaiy, and business! is slack. The leading stocks declined* Brö- kens at £27 18s are looked upon as being cheap. Baker's Creeks are strong, 110O being sold in one line at 85s 3d, closing 3d higher. The sales to 2.30 p.m. were:- ! Mount Carrington-ls lOd ' Mount Moors-3s 4£d ? I Mutooroos (con)-5s 7|d ! Block 14-948 6d j Britiah-56B j Junctions-lli9d Norths-20s Souths-24s 6d Centrals-13B 4¿d; con. 10s 9d Gipsy Girls-3s 6d - Pioneers-3s ; * Silver Kings-8d. ¡ Extendeds-ls 8d .'" l j Samsons-12s j« Victoria Cross-5s 7d j

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School of Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Schoo! of Mines.; - ..ll ' MUÍ DR. BELGRAVE, who, bas been absent from Broken. HiU1.'for a fortnight, having been subpoenaed to give evidence upon a olaim for-damages, returned this morning, and. was subsequently interviewed by a repre- sentative of the MINER. Dr. Belgrave, it will be remembered, has for many yean taken an active interest in the movement tor the extension of a system of technical education, and during his visit to the metropolis he devoted much time to urg- ing the necessity for-the establishment of a school of minôs at Broken Hill. Being . a member of the Board of Technical Edu- cation, he pressed that body into the ser- vice, ? and succeeded in obtaining their hearty support. To accomplish this he ad- dressed a lengthy letter to the board, set- ting out the undoubted advantages which would accrue'in an incredibly short time by the establishment of a school here. This «bore such good fruit that an arrange- ment wa?, made for a deputation to wait upon the Minister f...

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"The Spider's Web." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

, A GQOD house, assembled at,.the Theatre Boyal last night to witness another of Mr. Travers-Vale's realistic dramas, Entitled " The Spider's Web." As to its " realism there can be no doubt. The audience would have been better satisfied, more especially with the river scene, if * the glamor of artificiality had more pervadedit. Theplotis somewhat cumber- some and ovestocked with " startling inci dents," while the fourth and fifth acts could very well be reduced to one. Miss Alma essayed the role of the heroine, and, ' without detracting from that lady's capa- bilities, she has been seen to much greater advantage than in the part of Mrs. Mus- grave. Her - two songs, " Scenes that are Brightest" and " Alas ! those Chimes," , were rendered with her usual excellence, and atoned for many shortcomings in the company generally. The play will be re- peated again this evening, when it is ex- pected that the errors incidental to a first night's performance will be absent. The scenery, especia...

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The Silver Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

«The Silver » Ring;- M , A. MEETING of .the Silver Bing S.M. Co. wáá'held at the York Hotel last evening, Mr. .J..Hodge presiding. The principal business was the consideration of the question of the purchase and subsequent removal of the machinery by the contrac- tor,, in^onsequeuce of the .non-payment therefor.' "After some discussion it was decided that the directors should make fresh arrangements with the contractor (Mr. Rankin), with a view of having the plant replaced on the mine. The balance sheet was adopted, Messrs. Constable, pm, ; and fH,, Hebel le. were : appoùitèd directors', and. Méssrs. Bowen and Topper- wein auditors ; and. the meeting ad j.urned. "rt l¿ r J '

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Police Court. JAMES MCKENZIE and Daniel O'Callaghan were brought up at the police court on various charges of petty larceny. Mr. W. P. Tompson, J.P., was on the bench and remanded the prisoners for three days for the presence of another magistrate.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Wanted. WANTED the publie to ¡mow that prepaid advertise mente, Warded, Situations, <tc, not exceeding twelve words, viU be inserted at one shining each, or six times for five shillings.. TTTANTED. a COOK. Apply at " Quinn's'Globe HoteL TXTANTED Everyone to know that Mils YV Hackett makes Costumes for Two Guineas. TTTANTED^ good Female COOK * v Apply at- once. J. Hare, Aising 8unl-Hotel/' WANTED, a young Man to drive .Bakers's Cart. Apply C. Wright, Beryl-street. ANTED, WASHERS and Ironers at Steam Laundry, Cobalt-street. Apply immediately._ ! WANTED . Everybpdy^.to^ come and look at'Howell's Garden of Para- dise, next Elliott's. V VJ ANTED Known.-Mrs. Dillon, :;yr V duly qualified midwife, keeps .private lying-in-hospital, corner of Wake |awdand;Pultehey-BtreetBV Adelaide; terms acodérate. :;f-\ : B" RESSES made efficiently on the moBt reasonable-terms.: Style and fit guaranteed. Apprentices wanted at once. Miss WILSON, Crystal-street, Opposite.Lion Timber Yard, Broken H...

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Absconding Debtors. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Absconding Debtors.   TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER.   Sir,—In reference to your leader of the other day with regard to this subject, will you kindly permit me to to say that   bringing the matter before the court I did so with the intention of endeavoring to put a stop to an evil that is growing daily. The only procedure to arrest a debtor who is absconding is by writ of capias ad responendum issued out of the Supreme Court, and the process is of a tedious and expensive nature, and the debt due must amount to £20. Now, I know full well and appreciate the idea as to the sanctity of the liberty of the subject, and I have committed to heart the noble views em- bodied in that which has been cynically described as the greatest bulwark of the British constitution—"the Magna   Charta." I have also had the opportunity   of studying public men and Acts of Parliament embodying their views, and it does seem strange to me th...

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Reserve No. 3075. THE COUNCIL MEMORIALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Reserve No. 3075. THE COUNCIL MEMORIALISED. Atlast night's municipal council meeting j Alderman', 'Williams -received permission to introduce a deputation of the residents I on Reserve No. 3075. - At last "meeting, ? I said Alderman WilUamsj the council Nhadi . dècideçT to^quest they Government'*5^ I takev steps to "remove -from this reserve j the occupants of certain tenements. That ? action waB considered rather harsh, and the parties interested had accordingly resolved to ask the. council to reconsider their'-decision. He would-not-take up the time of the council in discussing the merits of the question, and * would ask Mr. Bowe to present the petition which had been prepared., r , . . . . j Mr. Wi R.;^ow,elthe'n stepped forward^ in company with his brother delegates, and read the following petition addressed to the Mayor and aldermen:-"Gentle- men,-We the undersigned, being the residents and occupiers pf portions , bf land situated on reservé Ño. 3075, respectfully ' ask: that y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

.hfoSK-iT/if.J 2 jlWiSii Sb -Vi »! ^ u ..H;*TT/iT# iTHA /IM ITU* i .Y.HSÏ'TAiïCi PIL.uS. Söld Everywhere.s sislisísil aas*. CI (,? ^Public Notices.-^ ,..**m ñ « te 1 **** - - n< ? Ti J.j i - ' J HANDBILLS ? ji T8 MMUFCARDS ): "RECEIPT BOOKS T CUSTOMS FORMS ENVELOPES, &o. COLOR ANS A&HSXIC Paiunwo a specialty* i ... ... >.:'.:!.... -tas:-1 t-IC.-'ÏS î ? * FENTON AND , KjnGHT ??>'.? 'ihv-Awh- .hivr .'V'H' '.J-.ÄJ -' ¡ BÁBBTSK MrNWt OWKK '1 ^ _ Arçenfc, Stxçot^ ... ," :.." "iT'H'.V ^atabúí' o«j! gm 8$» ss* ^ _ i %i %$ i i %s$* Dr«, i Browne's T3StfT^TZttSMfo : .fi vijit,«»'! .fcflOTATIMl waft /. * f ! j á }¿d f*oT*>Y3 fl j<> ar-fMOu i Q-| ^::Í:.ÍÍH'-T iï'Jo ' ^ :íu'7 dv^I'l ¡'iíítid ./iíjfjü-'í ¡ii* otu.- «.'.£ ] -ü no b-í-í tv.-> íí-¡; a us (I mr; ii .fi^a*.' "T""""""""" .(:'írv,-< VO ?' ,f,y.vñL a.ioHií'-r'oíi J.u. ' TA íiJ'OOT '231'¿<*-[i'>aií çr-r. THE ORIGINAL,*AND 0NL1 or <I;'1ÍIMVÍ,ÍS&am...

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Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Told to a Portrait.** '- . ^ Off APTER IX-(Continued.) * You Ue¿yóú~ I don't know whaij ? I should have ' said, but I was weak r wítn' long watching' anet travelling, and: gasped, .for breath. . Denison saw the., condition Í was iii, loosened my collar, gave me waterfront a carafe^ and said earnestly,- j ' Now be calm, oldfriend, and jtell me what yon. mean. I . haye never seen your wife from the clay I called -.upon you at your own house. I know nothing of her, or her whereabouts.' ?"" 'I wish I could believe youy Denison^ said, staggered by his genuine earnestness, ' but I carinbtl' t She has^ left me, and was seen with you.' \ <>« ( Whoever says so lies! Upon the' faith and honor of an Englishman I'am Î not guilty. I haye not been in Eng- j land since" I last saw you.' !' ' Denison,' I rejoined, if what you say bebrue, forgive and pity me. For. more than a year I have been .following ? you in the hope of recovering "my lost, '-? - treasure. Now all hope, even the fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Spacial A.dvertis2Tieuts. ? Ç\ O. BOWEN.. AND CO., S {ABKBBOSBBS ASD OOMttldSIOS AOEJTXB, 4 Carrington Chambers, AR GE NT-S TBE ET. --:--41 ^ M. R. I 0 HAR D *8 ' CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Argent-street^ Broken Hill. Warner's Safe Cure, 5s 6d bottle , Pure Limejuice, quarts 3s Eno'aJ'rnit Sjdt, jjfcr? .< % >-vV t> j; r\ R- SEA BROOK MyHfe'constdtad at§ ?/' ( ) MB.1 ABMSTBOKO'S CHBMIST, -I-Argent-street,-. . DaUv4£°m I1,»-»-- V?-1 P-m ^^*^\at¿7 p.m. ' -. LEGAL. ^ JOH N «. -R. E D. W A R D 8 ¿ . -v I(Of Deniliquin), 5 ^8 ai I 0 I T O R, Ac. GoJUÇMIOjrBB'ÏOBâ AniOATITS, Nei C jSoutli Wales ''and Queensland. .NB^OmoBS in the Commercial Rooms, Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house ~ - . - . "" " t ?rr--ä-:-? ... . -7---r-p. ÍTAjiESC. BROTHERS;»; Sriarebrperai ?EL ^ndlitining Agents.7! Syndicates.] f$rrn«d> tJotopanies floated. .? '? >$l*Riafc William-street, Adelaide.« ^1 ÎJTHOÎTS QTHERINGHáM, ITpr *SHAREBR0KERJ 5^4 ! éO"ÍAL§EXGHAmrE, >ADELlH)E. C - s*.* ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

i ?\¡AvîWP? and CO., Produce^ Mel chant arid Áuctíoheers, Blende-Bti A^RMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and -^'«Operative Chemist, Argent-street.' . OQÂIi BROS:, Drapers and Clothiers, 'l" '' A^enfrstieet. ' .. " \ TORICKN^LL BROS., Bakers, Caterers] and Confectioner!, Argent-street.: TOETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting j "CKemiat,- 40 years' experience, Argent-street South. ,., I X>ERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobac conist, Argent-street. ' CLARK »nd HALL, Solicitors, Ac.; . Argent-street. .:-'.-y..-v s'b j ' GHARSLET and CLARK, ^haie brokers, Exchange, Argent-street.j OOPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheél , wright, livery and Bait Stables, 11 Onde-street._ ' \ BU RIEU, W. F., Grocer and Tea ..Vi .Dealer, opposite Reserve, ArgeriV street.., . ,?_ ,,, , ; i TElENTON AUB KNIGHT,Plain aid ...<. " ¿Fancy Letter-press Printers, Argent .'.a^eefc.'-'' ' ' ? ? I REDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, rovX 'Ironinongeiy and Timber Merchants, y - Argent-street. 2rlTOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers arid .j JTruiterer...

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STRAY NOTES. "DON'T." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

~' STRAY NOTES. ' -^-' > >uDON'T.1": '?-? '> v-'i POOR fellow*!'- " D.>Xí Nzwwvpi" hail writeu a"poem,"conaiating of ninevere«s,! copies of which ¿re 'being ?' Bold for 3d apiece. I am heartily sorry] in one] respect, to spoil thé-"sale'of' the piece; (which I understand is a parady on! " Beautiful Snow ") but I:cannot refrain.| I juay premise a few quotations by re-j marking that the subject is(* ? The Broken' jHillSnow." Listen! ""' j "Filling your sldn from1 your^.scalp to] your toes, ~x j Slaking life a concatenation of woes, ! Filling the heart, the lungs and the liver,! (A, scourge that!a farr worse - than ¿ typhoid, ^¡féyer.^ . ?..;,>/, . . .. \ .>* [t-'comesin clouds so much of it theré^ ! "You' wonder, however,1 there's iso much to; ilüáV.-¿p|^t;./_ 5 A >. : . ' . I. y-.A j Or 'where- it* comes from' or : where ' they: l-^TÜake:Ít:v ' 'l-.V'"- "' ' í And you cry loud-and'deep ^ May the! »o' saver^^üca-takeát !'<^l ;.'J i iTbe .irrepressible s...

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Barrier [?]iner. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1889. The Late John Bright. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

'~jg^BffiAÏ, MASCH 29, 1889. 'llfë J&A. Bright. VA rt fe y?, »ft . : 'A ÍíoTWTrasTANDiííGr that so many thou' sands of'leagues separate us from thé ^B^^^fy "fattieJ island called England] rtbetnews> of the death of John Brightj aswas received here, in almost the heart} of ^tihis^gTeat continent, with feelings of ^profounid: regret. Reputations arej fl^dÈi'édTj\>JI geographical limitai nsi .an4, especially so is this of such! i^pu&tiöns as that which John Brightj "¿J^; earned; ,. He was in truth a man ^ "ÍS&iMrS^Jíi far- & b®^vë thatj -nothingbuj^gjjod should be.wrjLtten o£ the*l||adf^ry^s^thers woulds^ave it,j nctíajjgi^but: truth, it matters-little' itu iisi c*ae^ for-the truth told of him willi 'equally-satisfy^those who. would have^ ndtfiteg tiúVgobcí "said" and written oñ ^ojgpgjead, HJs life, bas been a,pattern; his enetutes,; ifc-hC really : possessed JOB^CÍM hardly^denythis.- -Wifethe opinio^'hè^^ ' hjpld many "may differ. Jlnaldámbcrat, ...

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Municipal Council. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Municipal- Council. , FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. ^m, "Tnomafrand Unapple; "Apologi absence werie read from the cMayor and Alderman Piper. J KESKttVJE^O^075'. The minutes of the previous meeting ¡[haying been "read and confirmed, Alder-' 'man'Williams received permission to in-' troduce a [deputation of» the.-. residents on Reserve No. 3075, a report of which will be found in another column. \ 'i ? COBRESPÓITDENC B. % ? - 3 A letter was' read from" Messrs. R. Barclay and W. Rowe, requesting the council to withhold a . certain letter in reference to "Reserve'3075^ as the resi- dents intended to petition the council in the matter. "Alderman Williams moved that the letter be received, and . the re¿ quest Complied with. He also handed in" a notice of motion to have the resolution]; regarding chu. reserve, which was passed at last meeting, rescinded. ' Alderman Ryan said the request had evidently been complied with already. He would move that the action of the Mayor be con- firmed. This was sec...

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Silverton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Silverton Police Court. ON Thursday, before Mr. Crommelin, J.P.,     Dick Anthony, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Burke-street, on the 27th inst ; also with using obscene language. He also damaged Government   property, viz , a tin pannikin, valued 8d,   when in the lock-up. He pleaded guilty, and for the first offence was fined 20s or seven days; for the second £5 or one month ; for the third to pay the sum of 8d, or do 24 hours in the lockup. A meeting has been held to consider the advisability of winding up the Silver King S. M. Co., but it was agreed to first procure experts' opinions on the pro- perty.                

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Death at the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

Death at the Hospital. A MAN named John Weeker, 58 years of age, who was admitted to the hospital yesterday at the request of 'the police, died soon after his arrival at the institu- tion. The patient was suffering from   typhoid fever. He was well known on the Lachlan River, and for some time past was engaged as a rabbiter on Tupra and Tarwong stations. His friends are believed to reside in Hay. The police have money belonging to the deceased, sufficient to defray his funeral expenses. When Alderman Williams had success-   fully engineered one of his points of order last night, which had for its object the elipse of Alderman Chapple, he made a remark which,though inaudible to the reporters, evidently raised the bibe of the worthy boniface. " What has that got to do with Chapple's Hotel?'' said its licensee, " If you want to throw out any inuendors don't do so at this table." And he glared   at his burly opponent in a very oome-out side-and-I-w...

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The Hospital Finances [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

The Hospital Finances THE secretary of the Broken Hill Hos- pital reports having received the following donations:-Dr. Thompson, £10 ; J.   Torpy, £2 2s; Michael Torpy, £1 1s. ; Theo. Bruce (collected on Wednesday evening), £4 ; P. Conroy, 5s. It has also been announced by Mr. Bruce that Mr.   W. P. MacGregor has promised £50.  

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A Delayed Train. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 29 March 1889

A Delayed Train. THIS morning the "express" train from Adelaide was over an hour late in arriv- ing at the Broken Hill station. It ap- pears that near Cockburn some of the bear- ings became over-heated, making it neces- sary for a delay approaching two hours in duration. The train was a heavy one, consisting of both passenger cars and   goods trucks, and the engine was not the most powerful in the service. However, after the delay named the train moved off, the bearings having been cooled down.

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