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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 April 1889

CONCENTRATES. ' The Dake Adolphus of Nassau has been appointed Regent of the Netherlands. . . Mr. Charles LeOren, secretary to the Victorian Public Works Department, is dead, and was buried Saturday afternoon. Three lady grads, were admitted to the M.A. degree, Melbourne University, on Saturday afternoon. The R. M. S.; Mariposa, brought the news of the terrible-Somoan gale to New Zealand. - . ; \:-'-¿'{ ; »Hon. Brunker, Minister for-Lands, is going 'tb s insist on having the - land1 laws amended. .biu-4.a0 V^AÏI; t*ysc.'>k¡¿s'^ -T. K¡'j Dow,'agricultural editor:<of¡ the Ausbmlctàan, : has been i\ defeated for Swanhill, Victoria. JöT-r - For "copper, Chili " bars, the 'latest London price û'£39;p^J?$p.- J-|:pH' The personally bf\'1fte^lafor%.'.,B.'' Walker, formerly of Sydney; has' ' been Bworn at £266,000. '. « ' 'j Light rains have continued to: fall at Bourke.',-.- 'Ï. -v¡'. ;::> J Miss JLate, Alma leaves : Broken-Hill to-night*^Al-^z> irte«*X«h'***--*- ? Work ...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLANCES AROUND. [BY WIDEAWAKE.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 April 1889

GLANCES^AROUND. -Jj;x|were much given to speaking in the language^ kH^ly .Writ, I should say to that^aggrj^jation^of wisdom which we term our inuEÙcipal council':-JIow good and joyful aisling it is, brethren^ to dwell together in unity !" I fancy a wholesome homily could be preached to our . alder- men from that text. " There is*an injunc ¿ionr<too,: associated ..with our. earliest les- sons-in ^blshaiviour which ; tells us to leave quarreling to the dogs, and which would not 'Cômb' in' aniiss.' The -last council meeting was marked by a lamentable want of courtesy , between, some of the,! speakers. , It would i not. conduce to the spirit of harmony which is all indispens- able to good public work if I were to name the delinquents.. I, am sure then own good sense has before this reproached them for unwise and hasty words ; but the pity of it is that they have not trained themselves in the habit of self-control. No man is fit for any public deliberative office whose tongue ...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Devotees of Bacchus. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 April 1889

Devotees of Bacchus.   THE Monday morning harvest of "drunks" is generally the largest of the week, and the reason is obvious. Satur- day is a half-holiday, as well as being a   general pay-day, and the spree com-   menced on that day is generally kept up during what should be the day of rest. Five individuals were brought I up before Mr. Gower, P.M., on the familiar charge to-day, and their names and fates were as follows:—James Fitzgerald, charged with   drunkenness in Argent-street, was dis- charged. James Matthews, for having been drunk in Bromide-street, was fined 5s, with the alternative of 24 days' in- carceration. Benjamin Neilson, a pre- vious offender, discovered intoxicated in Argent-street, was ordered to pay a fine   of 10s. or be secluded for three days.   Daniel B Harrington, who said he was a miner, and George Hill, a worker at the smelters, aggravated the offence of tipsiness by the use of...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Share Market. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 April 1889

Melbourne Share Market MELBOURNE, Monday. r ?,- j Following were the sales np to 12.30 p.m. to-day: Block 14-95s 6d British-66s Block 10-50s Sooths-27s 6d Centrals-15s Jonctions-12a 10| d. Mr. F. Wilkinson, manager of the local branch of the Commercial Bank, was last week married in Moonta to Miss E. G Bennett, suter of Dr. Bennett, of this' town. .^.The ceremony was performed by . the Rev. G. Benn ett, brother of the bride-' Mr. and MST. WiUrinson have proceeded to Melbourne.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 April 1889

Wanted. WASTED the public to know that prepaid advertise menu, Wanui, Situations, Ac, not exceeding twelve words, will be inserted at one timing each, or lix time» for five shillings._-.- . 1LTBS. WILLS-Please call upon Mrs. ¡Tentón, Mica-street. ANTED, at once, Good WAITBESS. Apply Crystal Hotel, Crvstal-at. rjlRY an " Aurora " Kerosene Cooking Stove. Yon will be pleased with it. : TXTANTED, smart, active MAN for - kitchen. Apply Australian Club Hotel._ ? \. ?? WANTED Everyone to know that Miss Hackett makes Costumes for Two Guineas._- g ANTED, WASHERS and Ironers at Steam Laundry, Cobalt-street, Apply immediately. i- * WANTED Everybody to come and look at Howell's Garden of Para- dise, next Elliott's. ANTED Known, Meeting Thursday evening, 8 o'clock. To form Quad- rille class, Wake's Hotel, South Broken Hill._ , ? ? WANTED to Sell, cheap, Horse, Cart, and Harness ; also, Fruiterer's S tock and Plant. Apply Harrison James, Argent-street South. TTTANTED Known.-Mrs. Dillon, VV duly q...

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Finding is Keeping. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 April 1889

Finding is Keeping. THE case was opened before Mr. Gower, P.M., by the police against an elderly man named Daniel Milsen, who described himself as a miner, and who is accused of having appropriated to his own use £19 odd, the property of a man named Bell, which Melson is alleged to have found in the street. Bell lost the money, which was in a small bag, and from what he heard took Constable Nolan to accused's house. Accused at first   told the constable that he had found some money in a bag in the dust in Blende-street, but said it could not be Bell's, as there was in the bag more than the sum he named. He further stated that he intended to advertise the find, and that the owner could have the money on giving a correct description. But he   afterwards denied that he had found any money,remarking that he was only joking,   to spite his mate, who had lost some money. Eight £1-notes and some silver were found in the place, and accused was then arr...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Painful Death. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 April 1889

A Painful Death. ADELAIDE, Monday.     At Hamley Bridge the little daughter     of Martin O'Dea, at Humphreys Springs, died from the effects of falling into a tub of boiling water on Tuesday last.                

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A.BOMB IN A CHURCH. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

l'A. BOMB ISiftiCHURCH.. Ú LONDON, Monday; -Tl While the congregation were ibvttie San Carlo Church, at Rome, a commo- tion waa caused by a bomb .» being thrown, in through a window/A The actual damage thus ídoneííwas very slight^ hut in the panic several persons were injured. * .?ij;*'1" -;:

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NINETEEN " MURDERERS." LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

NINETEEN " MURDERERS." i H ° LONDON, Monday. Pather McFadden and 16 other men, with two women, have been:. .com- mitted for trial for the murder: cf Inspector Martin upon the occasion of Father McFadden's infamous arrest at Gweedore.

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QUEEN-HUNTING. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

- (... _ ,.... ? .. . : . QUEEN-HUNTING." V; LoNDOir, Monday. ; Milan, of Servia, is visiting Gon stantánople, probably endeavoring to finds a more beautiful woman than his divorced Queen Natalie. j _

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THE PATRIOT KOSSUTH. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

THE PATRIOT KOSSUTH. '._ - LOUDON, Monday. I The noble Hungarian patriot, Kos- suth, is dying, at the advanced age of 87, ; -

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OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. THE EIFFEL TOWER. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

OUR SPECIALSERVICE CABLEGRAMS. , THE EIFFEL TOWER. LOUDON, Monday. At 1000 feet high the Eiffel Tower, in the Paris Exhibition groands, is now: practically completed. From its summit a magnificent view, covering the whole'of the city, is obtainable.

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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

? CONCENTRATES. I ** Th*"' Artist "'L àt- ''tlié /ítf^tM^'JKoíyid to-night £¡¿g&Ksíis$v It ia currently,, reported,that^the re smelting of that well-known Day Dream slag heap ¡willbegin shortly .v. {Yul ! < - : ( j It is reported that the Princesa Midas intends to erect a smelter at or near Silverton; >' This should be,a success. S?'? '- í ....... . ..... ...... Jit is said that the local. Anglican com unity will1 strive every nerve- tb secure the Rev. Mr.. Hopcroft as tho successor of the present mcutbbeht of ' St.' Peter'i. Mr.^Hopcraf£ask^f^ í A little rain yesterday ;, a great deal of dost to-day. .. » ' ', , ï . " . ii ii. J. Jr;., û ú!. ¿- l.) ¿3 ?'. . j A damaging fire in Argent-street thu morning prevented by the laudable pro- secutions of Mr. Rittberger. IN. S. W. Parliament 'opened again fej-day. _ . ^-*5* '? » ¡Mr. M.'H.{Davies,>the ex-Speaker of the Victorian Assembly, will again be the ^.Government nominee.J : ' '; ' j Botery|1Ï!^di|ap3 jfc§ h|^...

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Benefit Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

Benefit Entertainment. HAMILTON'S Hall was Well filled last «sven-, .ing, when a behefit ent^rt^inniSnt, ten- dered to a disabled iniaer named" John McLean,' was provided. ? * The; programme was a very : * lengthy one, bat by some means, or other most of the items were crowded, in,. and formed an. excellent evening's amusement. Amongst those .who particularly pleased the audience Were MÍBB Eva" Gregory, in a skipping rope dance ; Mesara. Waters and Boyle, vocal duet; Jack Ice, club-swinging per- formance ; Dave and Fred Green, F. and A. ¡ Morgan, Downie and Wise, boxing .acts ; Jack Ice and D. Green, wrestling '* holds" and "stops"; and J. Morgan, step'dancing. Great service was rendered by Mr. J. Ice, whose energy for such objects is notorious ; while Mr. A. Hales, whb^prpmbtoolihe'affair, is deserving"pf praise for equal energy in the cause of this unfortunate nrner. .

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STRAY NOTES. THE HOSPITAL FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

STRAY NOTES. j ; THE HOSPITA!, FINANCES. THE Rev. R. Keith Mackay and Mr. J;" Jj Williams are putting their hands to plough on behalf of .the^ local hospital, : .and, with the assistance of Dr. Groves and Mr. J. J. Christuiasj 1 have - already -made a most promising beginning imthe, perhaps not altogether personally pleasant task of .canvassing for subscriptions. It may be deemed a somewhat invidious dis-. tinction to make in naming these four members of committee, and leaving un- named the others, but it is only justice to the public to announce, so far as can be ascertained, who are up to the present the real workers in the interests of this noble and philanthropic institution. It is desired to create no dissensions in the' committee; goodness knows there are enough there at présent.1 * And so it must be pointed out that certain professional gentlemen upon the committee may not have .the time at .their disposal: tOj do the ; same*work for 'the institution' that:* these' mentioned ...

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Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

Theatre Royal. ; WITH a spirit highly commendable, the' management of the Travers-Yale Dramatic, Company determined not to give a per- formance last evening, lest by so doing they might militate against so good a house at the benefit tendered to the dis- . abled miner McLean as the philanthropic cause deserved. In addition to this, the services of the brass bind attached to the company were given to the promoters of the'benefit entertainment. This evening ' ".The Artist" will be staged. A brief notice of this drama has already been, given, HO that it need now only be said that, judging by a full-dress rehearsal last evening, tho piece should go exceedingly: well to-night..

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Technical Education. PROPOSED SCHOOL OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

Technical Education. PROPOSEE», ]5CHOÖI?ÖEUitlNES. % .g. MB. CAKKcriHBKS^'the Munster of. Public Instruction, has peen 'waited upon by a' deputation from fhe Technical Board ask- ing for assistance in their« work; ¿In-the coure of the » interview, a letter Was'-read from Dr. Belgrave, of Broken Hill, who is a member of the board, expressing re- gret at kia inability to attend, and setting out. 1. That the serious limitations imposed on the Board , by its restrict^ pecuniary;, resources made it-almost im^ ?possible t»*'es^^li^^rÍRU^^the. tech^ nioál and : mining fschoo1, jnthbut further^ assistance from the*'' GovernrûèntÇ' Broken Hill. 2. That the total output of the Barrier/mining field would be largely increased if scientific'skill arid knowledge were sufficiently; available. ': 3. That the building;for the new technical and mining school was;ready, andTthfrlocal committee "arran'gediori'&n$J(gajç8for2yolúrffei^.seE-:: vice had been made by technical experts. : 4. That if ...

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Saved by Foresight. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

Saved by Foresight/ - Ax half-past 10 o'clock this morning, a fire ,was^ discovered; in an untenanted shop in\ yíxgentrStrM^ adjoining, the timber \-^càhài,^êkM^^às^S£i Ernes. It seems that a fire was burning in the n«xt yard, ana the wind blew the sparks under .the' empty building,; where tàere^was/a; quantity of waste paper.' When discovered I the fire had made its way^ through^the j flponng-bbard^v ^muSa^^^^^^e brigade^'who resides^ off lto i give the- alarm, .bntr before the captain, j [could arrive on the. spot the mcipie,n,t con-i flagratiön had been extinguished by Mr., Rittberger; who has ' á smithy close by.', This gentleman, with a foresight that cari, hardly be sufficiently praised, has always1 in readiness, on , his premises for any such emergency twp lengths" .of hose, a branch and force pipe, arid a large supply of water. But for the precaution which enabled him to bring the quenching ele- ment ;to bear so promptly;- this fire would in al! probability have created Agré...

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An Excellent Idea. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

í rAn Excellent Idea. AMONGST the means whioh the impecuni- ous hospital committee are adopting to ! get in funds is one whioh especially j commends itself. It has often been said that the laboiing classes-are but poor donors to the hospital, and it cinnnt be expected that they are able to individually give'Tbouch. But, carrying the principle of trades unionism to a l<i£Íc.il >:xtension, they are collectively able to do a great deal. Appreciating thiß, the coin mit tee men have arranged with Mr. Smetburst, of the Coffee Palace works, and Mr. Eley, of the Silverton Tramway, to supervise a weekly collection amongst the men respectively engaged under their charge. This, is only a beginning ; for it is under- stood to. be the - determination of the honorary canvassers to introduoe the system of money-raising wherever a few men-are together employed j

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THE Weather in Silverton. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889

I I -/l'V« -< ' ' ' '"!' '{.'.. -? -tr-' i>; F.OB the past' few days the weather has ! beenfTrather r-hot,..the., thennometer ! averaging over 90° in the shade. .Ho wever, j as clouds were hovering' about from the j east, hopeful opinions were freely ex- pressed that rain was near. On Monday [afternoon .a slight,shower, fell, tthunder anilightaing-c^curnng with considerable frequency ; and at about 7.30 a strong j gale from the north-west, carrying clouds of dust, sprang, up; followed .immediately. »by a1 heavy downpour of rain. Whether 'this will continue for long or not is roatter for conjecturé, as Barrierweather prophets have 'had their abilities taxed , of ' late. ' The Yankee opinion may be as correct as any, viz.,:that?ours is not a climate at all, bht merely " samples of weather." -.

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