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OUR SPECIAL SERVIGE CABLEGRAMS. JOHN BRIGHT'S FUNERAL. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

OUR SPEGIALSERVIGE CABLEGRAMS.?! JOHN BRIGHT'S ÏÛNERJSÈ: y* * LONDON, Friday. J. he late "Mr. John Bright's remains will be interred to-morrow at Roch- dale. There will be a private funeral only, in compliance with the wishes of the deceased.

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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

CONCENTRATES. ?w Licensing Court will be held at Silver- ton on April 12 next, at noon. Judge Deffell has, in Sydney, given an order for the dissolution of the Rising Sun South S. M. Company. The Kinchega Proprietary S. M. Co. I have £572 in hand. j Thirty-two tons of ore from the Original Victory mine returned the company £93. Searle, the champion oarsman, is train- ing assiduously to meet Teemer. If neither Teemer nor O'Connor show up presently, Searle will proceed to England. By the collapse of some scaffolding, a mason's laborer named J. Chapman bas received severe injuries to the arm at Port Pirie. . ^ Some.iRj»be Bald., Hill.and |Kingnsber shareholders' thinír that'property should : not be wound up, and are calling a meet- ing to consider the advisability of further developing it. Work has been suspended on the Great Northern Proprietary Syndicate's mine. ; Nice samples of ore from the Angus and Kintore properties are to be sèen"at Mr. I Roberjtson/s office; SiÎyérîon| || / I ...

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Silverton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

Silverton Council. THE usual 'fortnightly meeting was held on Thursday evening. There were present -Aldermen Ring, Newnham,. Smith,1 Gilbert and O'Connell. j Alderman Ring was voted' to the chair in the absence of the Mayor! CORRESPONDENCE*'-' "",'.< A letter was read'from'Mr.!: Collier asking that a lamp be erected a(r the corner of Adelaide and Thackatinga streets ; also that some 'provisiori be made for crossing the natural waterway in that aeighborhood. The letter was received and'referred to the public works committee for report. RWPORTS. K. j ¡ The public workB committee reported that lamp-pillars and lamps had been erected and fixed, and had since last Saturday evening been attended to by daymen. They recommended1 that ten- ders be called, for attending to these lamps. The Lake's Grave-road had been; repaired, and was now fit for^ traffic. Trees inJGjpps-sbfeet had been^cut?down as decided by^the council, Hud Slurt stréé^t\"near tM'raUwa^crMsiBg, hadjbeen repaired....

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The Victorian Assembly. AFTER THE ELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

The Victorian Assembly. AFTER THE' ELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. Following are the foll resulta of the general Parliamentary elections which took place on Thuasday :-Ballarat East, J. Bussell; Ballarat West, Colonel Smith and J. W. Kerton ; Brighton, T. Bent ; Eaglehawk, H. R. Williams; Emerald Hill, T. Smith ; Essendon and Fleming- ton, A. Deakin ; Geelong, C. AndrewB and J. Munro ; ' EaBt Melbourne, E. L. Zox and F. Stuart ; South Melbourne, W. J. Mountain ; Port Melbourne, F. T. Derhain ; Sandhurst, R. Burrowes and A. S. Bailes ; Sandhurst South, D. 0. Storry ;'South Yara, J. Harris; Haw- thorn, T. G. Atkinson ; Richmond, G. H. Bennett and W. A. Trenwith'; St. Kilda, G. Turner ; Albert Park, J. Nimmo ; Carlton, J. Gardiner ; Carlton South, W. H. Leonard ; Collingwood, W. D. Lang- ridge and"W. D. Beazley; Creswick, R. Richardson ; Dandenong, J. KeyB ; Fitz- roy, R>.W.: Best-and A. L. Tucker : Foot- scray, 'W. M. Clark ; Jolimont, C. Smith;. Korong, R. B. Calvert; North Melbou...

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A Lusus Naturae. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

A Lüsus Naturae. ADELAIDE, Saturday. The wife of a painter named Norris,   living at Goodwood, rather astonished   her good man on Thursday, by the   presentation of a boy and three girls at a birth. All the newcomers are plump and well formed, the smallest weighing 6lbs. Mrs. Norris is doing well, but reports are to the effect that the father's state is indefinite.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

TNFORMATION ia desired by the J- undersigned as to one ROBERT ALLEN, a Preacher or ,Missionary, formerly residing at 188, Fiteroy-street, Surry Hüls, Sydney. Any parson know- ing the present whereabouts of the above named person, or able to give any in- formation as to his death (if dead), will please communicate with us.'' WANT, JOHNSON-and CO., .- Solicitors, Sydney. March 7,1889. ABRAHAM'S il PILLS. til-n kß ¡ -_HP"'* BILLHEADS ... . , HANDBILLS MENU CARDS RECED7T BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS ENVELOPES, &o. > ï s S - ' ; ' t;! / : " COLOR AND ARTISTIC PRINZEN» I : a specialty, « jj ^FfiNTONa AM» KNIGHT , = a RAKRIBB^MINKR OBFIOB ' u ?£ Arganto Sfcr«**»r. '"..:t Dr. Browne s tr-a?;; I?. lío THE'lQRIGINALxAND ONL1 " GENUINE. i pOISON IN THE ASHES.-Man: ft<>people:believe that Nature has somér" where a remedy for every disease. \ ^So. many and sojerrible are the ills of lue; ' and so slight the pleasure ire get as . time flies past, that such a belief is the'least «f...

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Coalmasters and Men THE REFEREE RESIGNS. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

Coaïmasters and Mën TijíE REFEREE > ¿RESIGNS. ., ... SYDNEY, Saturday. The' sitting of the Referee's Court, appointed at the outcome of the recent strike to settle matters^ ^b.et^reen coal maB^rfl^a^^smen, cames&to^an abrupt termination, jeaterdaVj. Before com- mencing business;' Mr." Alexander Oliver, . the! referee1, ' mentioned'tHat-he^had-heard some dissatisfaction expressed with him- self. He begged to say that he would' not hold office unlesB he retained the conn? dence of both parties. On behalf of the proprietors; Mr. Greysoñ1 said that Mr. Oliver had their fullest confidence. Mr. J. Curley, on behalf of the miners, said that it would be useless to. say that Mr. Oliver'had Jthe ^confidence* bf the men, because thay were very, dissatisfied with thè^ ' awards of the .çopjri{' over which he presided ' Thereupon'the court broke up, and Mr., Oüyer has resigned the office.

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In Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

in Explanation. y;j>i<-f -¿M-vé- jame MCLEAN, the disabled miner on whose behalf a benefit entertainment is to be given in Hamilton's Hall on next Monday night, writes:-"As,, there appear* to be some misconception amongst-, thfrpnblic, and particularly amongst the miners of the Barrier, as to how the Maiden Bockwell accident happened, -I beg leave to explain the circumstances. Many are under the impression that the ? - charge never went off at all, and that my - mate and myself were trying to draw the charge. This is not so, as the charge was fired and both of us thought it had all exploded ; but when we returned to work the other portion of the charge exploded, theconsequ ance being theloss of an eyeand r arm to myself, and a severe shaking to my » mate, though, fortunately for nun, he - received no serious injuries. I wish" to thank the directors and officers of the. ' ?? Maiden Rockwell Company for their very generous conduct towards me."

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Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

CHAPTER X^Oontinued.}| ñ j I was (ainto admit the troth of his observa^M^but having dressed, we decided^^go/ ^í Hid not notice aught : f iî'of whatrwent'on upon! the^stage-to this hour I do not know what opera it was^we saw that night-and the sweet voices. p^t^he~Tsingers,were lost upon me. ï Vas busy scanning the. house with< my, glasses in. search of Trino- poulos. At last I saw him in ia box i: :-, ;, with some ladies. He lookad/asigrace : ful and almost as young as ever,* not- withstanding the lines upon 'his ïprè| head, and the slight admixture of grey in his dark hair and moustache, j I pointed him out to Denison. -Ah!'hesaid. *Thereheis.i How; wonderfully well the. fellow; look! ? A liandabrne scoundrel; isn' A moment ofter he added,-:- j ( Had we not better leave for awhile? It would be just as well that that he should not see us." .-? .-. \ ? And so we went away, returning as the performance was drawing Itofiitav close. When the curtain fell, we fol- lowed Trinop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

^'-"^'"A. BRICE and CO., Produce Mel chant «nd Auctioneers, Blende-st. r IT:; ' iA RMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and i&~s)**>: Operative (Chemist, Argent-street. r? GAN BROS. ,- Drape« and Clothiers, h Argenfcstreek ' . - . ??: ?- --.J. I ::.*u>\ TJRICKNELL BROS,, Baken, Gateren ...Vr*? and Confectioners, Argent-street. ^ : I ? T3ETTERIDGE RUPERT, Coniolting LL Chemist, :. 40 yean' experience, ?ti Wo-^a^^rtrwt^Qnth- . - ? BERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobec . , ., j . eoniat, Argent-street._ ? d i' ;Y1LARK and HALL, Solicitor», &c., ~±3¿*;s?f Argent-atreet._; - ?. - SfflHABSLBY and CLARK, Shan-' ^ brokera, Exchange, Argent-atreet. ClOPLEY, J., Blackimith, Wheel :,(U"|SfiB¿iV Livery aa* Bait Stable», ' v Oxide-street. " " ~ ** ! D'jTJRTJEU, W. F., Grocer and; Tea Dealer,-opposite Reserve, Argent : -Tgirtreeti -b.v '. _! 1 TRENTON Airo KNIGHT, Plain and 'ûïfîvr " . Fancy Letter-prsasPrinten, Ardent* ^-rre*?eefc r ":' ; .. ?t ;; /1EDDE8, PREST, and HUÜJUÑGT ?'.ip'.îiv ...

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STRAY NOTES. THE VICTORIAN ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

STRAY NOTES. THE VICTORIAN ELECTIONS. THE general Parliamentary elections in Victoria have been prolific of startling surprises, and the list of rejected candi- dates who have previously occupied seats is indeed an eye-opener. The men who are sent to the right about are those very ones of whom, next to the Ministers -themselves,, wei have heard moat But, when one comes to think pf it, they are not the men who have gained notoriety by the accomplishment of a aeries pf good I works or'' by the?. possession of* pVe-emi ' nently noble dispositions ; but they have rather got themselves much talked of either through some idiosyncra8y,,or, more generally, through the exercise of dogged, and, often ^senseless,, obstruction; Of all the old members who are rejected I fell most sympathy for Mr. J. Bosisto, to whom the electors of Richmond turned a deaf, ear after many years of faithful service. It waa, I believe, the acceptance of the G. M. Gi-ship which' chiefly ruined Mr. Bosisto's chances, ...

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Melbourne Share Market. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

Melbourne Share Market. MxZtBOüBAitlSftturdaT. ; The ule» up to 12.30 .plm^were : BlooklO-46t ---~ > Souths-26s .,- i.-^v.-.-? r Centrals-13a 6d ?'? : -''-['±¿2 British-buyers, 62s ' - ¿ 7- :: Junctions-12a_

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Terrific Hurricane. FIVE WARSHIPS WRECKED. TWO HUNDRED MEN DROWNED. BRITISH WARSHIP ALONE ESCAPES. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

Terrifie Hurricane. FIVE WARSHIPS WRECKED. TWO HUNDRED MEN DROWNED. BRITISH WARSHIP ALONE ESCAPES. MELBOURNE, Saturday. A great sensation was caused when news waB received here this morning of the occurrence of a terrific hurricane of un- paralleled violence off Somoa, on the 16th instant. The hurricane occurred after Beveral hours' gale, which increased so alarmingly that the-war vessels stationed in that locality hastily got up steam and endeavored to put out to sea. In this 1 attempt, however, only the British man- -of-war Calliope succeeded. The,German warships, Adelee and Olga, and the Ameri ! can war-vessels, Trenton, Yindalla, and I Nipsic, were all driven ashore with terrific violence, and became total wrecks. The Americans loBt no IOBB than 40 officers and 46 men, while the Germans were equally unfortunate, their total lost being 9 officers and 87 men.: .The irontrading vessel Peter Godfrey and ll coasters were also wrecked, many menA being drowned from them. Four perBons w...

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Weeds from the Wayside. [BY SMILER.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

Weeds from! the Wayside. r- - [BY SMU,EB¿] 4 Whatpriçjè'thialot, Smiler?* Llookèd. round and saw a masher young mani in his beBt suit, grinning from the north-east corner of his face to the centre! .aád^úrÉhte^an'that. .^J NH£0 ^)Well, what dolyou mean, anyway?' 'Mean, Smilor? Why, just look in there and see how your pets, the miners, are enjoying themselves, and then say you're proud pf them still.' I looked. It was^ä scene that made me weep. Yea, as my soul panteth for the running streams of my native land, I howled in desolation of spirit. For 1 beheld about 29 young men engaged in a luxurious attempt to limb' one another, and one female of an uncertain age, and mostcertain temper, went dodging from one combatant to the other, singing or scream- ing a verse of Bone of which the refrain was, 'I lo-o-o-o-ve, you, I lo-o-o-o-o-ve you-k;- and.;talli£the * tune the miners thumped , and .^banged each other as if they liked it. In one corner I saw two fellows cuddled up as if they were ...

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A Losing Concern. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

A Losing Conççrr ,. At<rthe half-yearly-meeting , 0f share- holders in David ^unro-aw i Co., con- tractors, &c, Limited, the r ,alance-Bbeet presented disclosed a loa» of £200,000 on the six month's operation*. The meeting waB adjourned for, a week' M enable share- holders to unâerstandiV ûe intricacies of the balance-sheet.,. ,... r- ,

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The Only Case. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

The Only Case.           THOMAS ZEVENBOON, who is charged with the larceny of a slut and a pup, the pro perty of F. Smalpage, of thisw town, and   who was arrested near Mount Brown some weeks aga and has since been con-   tinually remanded for the production of   testimonyt for the prosecution, Mr. F.     Smalpage being too ill to appear, was   once more brought before the local court to-day. The hearing was again   adjourned on the application of defendant,     who stated that he wished to bring a     witness from Quorn (S.A). A further re- mand for eight days was granted and the same bail was allowed, namely, accused to be bound in his own recognisances. Mr.   F. Smalpage is very ill in Adelaide and is not expected to return to Broken Hill for some weeks; the case...

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Lease Application. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

Lease Application. THC following application for a mineral lease has been lodged at the Warden's Office, Silverton : 4009, Thomas Symonds, Ernest William Creeves, Henry Torr, and John Prior, Sturts Meadows, 40 acres adjoining on the south, the land applied for under M L.A. No. 4007. Silver, lead, tin and copper. . - - , Paragraph from this morning's local paper:-"The man, John Walker, who was conveyed by the Junction mine, died early on Thursday police to the hospital from his tent, near the evening, a few hours after his admission." That comp, must have 'em very bad,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

THE remains of Carl Waller, engineer, will be removed for interment from Madame Wallenstein's Private Hospital to   the new Cemetery TO-MORROW (Sun-     day), at 3 p.m. — R.I.P. Amusements. rjlH EA T R E ROYAL. Proprietor. Mr. W. J; Cummins Under the management of 8. F. Tràvers-Vale Stage Manager..... .... .. Mr. Jr¡ Musgrave « TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. _. \ jjj ^ri FOR ONE NIGHTIONLY. M Grand revival of the most successful pl*J? evei produced on the Barrier-th#V] realistic Military Drama-J .THE 0ANON5PS MOUTH; The original Scenery and effects. ; Mag- nificent Costumes and Appointments. Positively the last representation jof the greatsuccess,The CANNON'S MQUTH. Prices-4s, 3s, 2s. Box Plan at Hood's, opposite the Grand Hotel.. Doors open at 7.30 ; overture at 8 < 'clock. MONDAY-The latest Metropolitan success, THE ARTIST. RoU Up9. -MEVER,Sii| and help r A WOUNDED MATE. AT HAMILTON'S HALL NEXT MONDAY NIGHT, API Hr V A GRAND [ii Athletic and ...

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Beginning to Work. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

Beginning to Work.   THE Rev. R. Keith Mackay and Dr. Groves, members of the hospital com- mittee, spent a short time yesterday visiting the outskirts of the town, and succeeded in collecting £20 for the institution. Amongst other places they visited the South mine ; and here Captain Piper very courteously offered to make arrangements for taking up subscriptions from the employes every pay day.

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More "Rough on Rats." SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 30 March 1889

More " Rough on Rats."     SYDNEY, Saturday. Mary Lynch, the widow of the late gold commissioner, Dr. Lynch, has suicided by taking a dose of "Rough on Rats," at the Commercial Hotel, Tumut.

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