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Mineral Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Minerai Exports. ) : - /THE following quantities of mineral pro- ducts were entered at the Broken Hill Customs HouBe for export during last V Broke» Öffl' BropneUrfel^SO bars* bulHoáJireigmng 523] fóns *2; cwtfbjqrü 8¡lbs ; value £27,071. j Block 13-4050 bars bullion, weighing 153 tons 14 cwt. 0 qr. 19 lng.; value -£5380. 'North-26 trucks ore, weighing 142 .tons 16 cwt. 1 qr.; value £713.
Warden's Court, Silverton. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Warden's CourJ|Süverton. THE following are the particulars of ^amounts collected by the clerk for the month'of March :- - ^ - . Mineral Leases- ?... ! ... £95 0 Sundit-yFee* .\ ... .40 0 Business Licenses? 'V.. ... 10 10 "Mineral '"£ do. 1.; 13 0 Obje&or's%eposlt' ... * ... 5\0 Warden's Court Summons ... 0 5 Surrey Fee, mining tenement 1- 0 .Total. ,164 15
Silverton Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Silverton Hospital. . f ? ''? rf t.TTS m. .0 ^ THB jíBcretary acknowledgesJhe receipt âf thP'rbllôwing* sùbsmprwns^r^D^Ar' , Wilson, ^os ;. Constable .Lucas, 2s 6d ; Constable Smith',u5s ; ' Constable Flood, 2s 6d ; John Sketheway, 5s ; C. N. Kiú iman, £1 ls ; Good, Toms and Co. per JW. H. Taylor, £1 ls. ; . . f
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. Block 14-bayera, 98t Block 10-bayera, 54a ; Bellera, 50a British-buyers, 67s Jonctions-bayera, 12s 6d ; sellera, 13s Souths (pro)-bayera, 28s 6d Gentrais (pro)-buyers, 14s 9d; sellera, 15B 6d} , -.r. , ; ï -r rr.*/ i [H H Norths--buyers/21a 6d ; sellera, 22s 6d "? Pioneera-buyera,3stl|d; buyera,.3a*9d Victoria Groases-buyers; 6s
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Adelaide Share Market. ADSLATDE, Tuesday. Speculators are conspicuous hy their absence from the market to-day. On account of the rain the Exchange ap- pears comparatively deserted. Brökens, Block 14, and Norths are better ; Souths are unmoved; Block 10 are weaker ; Baker's Creeks are not quite so strong, but the leading stocks throughout show a marked improvement. The salea to 2.30 p.m. were : Mutooroo« (con)-5s 4£d Baker's Creek-84s 3d . Mount Moon-3s Sid Carrington.-la 10£l .'-' . J Brökens-£2812s 6d Block 14-998 British-69s 3d vi ;, Junctions-13s - : ,&lt; Norths-22s l$d Souths-28s 9d > , C«ntralB-15s 4jd Block 10-55s Victoria Cross-6s l$d Pioneers-4s Lady Brassey-5d Samsons-15s : Treasures-3d. ¿iU-V
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Commercial. MESSES. A. \. BRICE AND CO. report the following »viies, ander date March 29: -The attendance wa* large, but. supplies of butter and eggs were small, prices advancing. Prime butter brought the highest price on record at public sale in the Hill, and all good lines brought good prices. The following were the figures : -Butter, best prime roll, 22|d to 24d per lb ; good; 17¿d to 22d do»; medium and inferior. 13d, 9|d, 8d, 5d, 4d. Eggs opened at 17d per doz ; demand very brisk, advanced to 18M. Bacon, good, 9£d to lOd ; medium, "7d to 8d, per lb ; large lot sold. Hams, medium, 94d per lb ; no good farmers' to hand. Grapes, inferior, 4s case ; potatoes, 7s 6d per cwt. Poultry-small table fowls, 3s to 3s 3d per pair ; 3s 8d to 4B 9d for better and good. Ducks, 4s 6d _to 5s 3d per pair. Turkeys, Iis per pair., .
Rinking Revived. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Rinking Revived. THERE -waa' frolic and rollick at the open- ing of the Crystal-street skating rink last night for the season nnder the manage- ment of Messrs. Seife and H. L. Roberts, and those gentlemen are to be congratulated apon so successful an inauguration. Skating commenced at 8 o'clock and terminated at 10 o'clock, at which latter hour the' floor was cleared for dancing, which was vigorously kept up until midnight, when a free supper crowned the enjoyment- of the evening. The large hall was prettily decorated and well lighted, and was crowded by members of both Bexes,and both rinking and dancing were extensively engaged in. Lively music was supplied by the 1 jeal brass band and assisted to give the requisite rythm to the movements of the gyrators. A bicyclist essayed to race a skater round the rink but came to grief repeatedly at the turns and therefore gave his opponent best. A swing and " go" characterised the whole proceedings. Two accidents at the Big Mine, one yesterda...
Mine Mishaps. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Mine Mishaps. - YESXKBDAT á niau named' Müller was en- gaged in qnarrying on the tnrface of the Proprietary mine. He put bia crowbar into a hole, and, by some means, let it slide back and out. He was standing on a platform, and the bar,coming in contact with a bench, turned over and struck him in the lower part of the abdomen, inflict- ing a painful but not dangerous wound. He was taken to the hospital, where his hurt was attended to, but he refused to stay in that institution and left for his home. Dr, Bennett says that the man will not be incapacitated for work for more than a couple of days. This morning a miner named Dwyer, on the night shift, working in the 276 feet level in Brodribb's shaft, sustained a blow on the head from a piece of falling timber. Thia necessitated his being taken to his lodging. It seems that the timbers were already on the staging and blocked, and that, while the men were j engaged in putting in the aili flooring in the set above, the piece of timber got...
An Illiberal Council. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
An Illiberal Council. _ __k_ - ' '-? MEUBOUKNB, Tuesday. Th© Council of the Melbourne Univer- sity have decided that they will not ad- mit Adelaide University graduâtes to ad eundem uegrees, the Adelaide University hot being recognised. However, if the Adelaide students could show that they have been admitted ad eimdem gradum to the Sydney University, the Melbourne University Council will recognise them. Mr. Justice A'Beckett and Dr. Bride were the only dissentients to the passing of this resolution, they deeming it an absurd quibble. :- - - ? ? ? ? - .
To Pay Old Debts. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
¡ To^Pay Old Debts. am ? - ?? -- ? - MELBOURNE, Tuesday. ' Joseph Symes, the freethought lecturer, was so ignominiously defeated at the late Parliamentary elections as to baye for-( 'fèited ; his deposit of £50. ! Recently Symes was fined £15 for trespassing, while discoursing on the Harbor Trust's wharfs on Sundays, and an application has been made to Judge Holroyd to apply a portion of the forfeited money to pay this fine. The application was granted.
Black Niggers. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Black Niggers. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. I Hicks and Sawyer's Colored Minstrel Troupe have been drawing tremendous audiences, «nd on Saturday night the police stopped the sale of tickets on account of the crammed state of darner's Boomi, where the performances are being conducted., Last night, although it waa raining^ hundreds were turned away. The singing ia decidedly not equal to that of many troupes of white niggers, but several novelties are introduced which are worth seeing. v
Heavy and General Rains. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Heavy and1 General Rains. ;í. ; ;. -, -, ..; AnwTiATDB, Tae*iay. I , Sain commenced falling in the city yes- terday at »Dont noon, and has continued intermittently ever since, falling heavily at an early hour this morning. It is now, however, clearing. The country also -re- porta good falls. LAXER (2.46). Heavy clouds are again gathering in the WOBK and there ÍB the probability of an additional fall. So far 2£ inches have been registered this morning. Kapunda and Stockwell, two northern towns, register nearly 5 inches, and Port Pirie over 2 inches. The northern farmers are jubilant.' All the dams ire full to over- flowing. Tanunda reports that the North Para Uiver is the highest known for fully 40years. Bridges arebeing washedaway and considerable other damage has been done. Riverton is in the same condition. The Railway Commissioners will give no information as to whether any damage has been done to the lines ; but I glean on pretty good authority that the heavy rain of this mornin...
"Salting" Gold Samples. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
"Salting" Gold Samples. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. I . The. Great Northern Gold Mining Company's meeting yesterday was pretty lively in consequence of the recent "salting" of gold samples. Mr. Winch led the charge against the management, to which apparently Messrs. Pleass and Saunders, members of the directorate, felt it incumbent upon them to reply. Becriminations were thereafter frequent, but in the absence of Dalton, the manager of the mine, who is said to be in "Victoria, nothing was done, except agreeing to wait upon the Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. Jenkin Coles) asking the Government to take some action in regard to discovering and punishing the perpetrators of the swindle in connection with the fraudulent samples._
Marriage or Gaol? ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Marriage or Gaol ? :. ? AT)?,T.ATT)K, Tuesday. James,(Weston, a sailor, was charged at Port Adelaide yesterday with violently assaulting and ravishing a girl named Elizabeth: Ann ; Lackman. Although, doubtless, the accused effected his pur . pose, the doctor sa w no marks nf violence; - and, Weston being willing to marry the girl, the case was remanded for the con- ference of the parties upon this matter.
A Troublesome Customer. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
A Troublesome Customer. CONSTABLES Urquhart and Mackay had a great deal of trouble yesterday in con- veying to the lock-up an individual named John Johnson whom they had ar- rested in Argent-street in a state of drunkenness. Their prisoner struggled violently, and, the ground being slippery in places after the rain, the place of con- finement was not reached until several visits had been paid to the mother earth. The sergeant said in court this morning &nbsp; that constables and prisoner all rolled in the mud together, and that when Johnson was at last placed in a cell, he had to be chained down to a bolt in the floors Even then he continued to be a source of nuisance by his vociferations. When brought before Mr. Joseph Butterworth, J.P., this morning, Johnson, who is a young man and of not more than ordinary stature and build, pleaded to having been drunk and having resisted the police. He said he did not at the time know what he was doing, and as he was not accustomed to b...
Mr. Jolly's "Explanation." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
Mr. Jolly's " Explanation." [IN yesterday's Register Mr. Francis I Jolly, the discredited manager of the Junction mine, makes a most sickly ; attempt to , explain away , his unwhole- some^ . .v connection ; ¡with v : the recent* Junction "affair." Mr. Jolly deals chiefly'-with the assertions; made by the ! Advertisers local representative. > .He says :-" I am quite ready to. acknow- ledge that I informed the reporter that .the Barrier. ¡Concentrating ^Wbrks , had stopped treating ,the low grade ore, but I referred merely..to. the heap of galena on the surface,'and his statement that I said thati the 3000 tons of low. grade ore lying on the surface would now be rendered ; * entirely ? ¡un remunerative:is: not correct.1" The said 3000 tons - con-1 itained nearly hali carbonate ore, and |as( this liassnevec beenitreated at. all it \was impossible - for'-me'to-say - it was ípnremunerative butI did say the 1.500 tons of galena was unprofitable." Here we have ?. Mr. ¡ Jolly, .. and. th...
The Hospital Canvass. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
ThCHpspit&;X ¿ I YBBY satisfactory progress ia'>ujng'maide' Í with the collection of money'iii aid of the I local hospital. Yesterday, the Rev; R. ! Keith Mackay spent a few hours at the I work, and obtained the following amounts, in addition to numerous promises.: Mr. Weir, 42s : Captain Greer, 42s ; J. H. Blakmore, 21B ; G. tG. Morgan, 42s ; small sims, 7s 6d ; J. J." Williams, 42s ; tW.-J. Murphy, 21s ; RJ' "W/ Láh^ 2ÍÍ;;: Morgan DArcy, 21s ;; Dave Green/ 21s; Shierlaw and Co., 42s ; Hi L. Jack- man, , 2^,;^.,^. ,T., vLlnton, . 42s ; J. McKinney, 21s ; J. Colquhoun,. 21s. Friend, ls ; . Mr. . Rodda, 10s ;, J. Rf YeatB,:10s6d:; ' Ri Richards (quarterly)^ >21s ; Jone*' arid Young, 42s ; W; ^ H. Mathews, 42s. j' Mrs; Mathews, 21s r W. ,ahd J.í ' SterriéT arid Co. , ? 21s ; Bank of Australasia box, 99 6d ; . H. - O. ¡Arn^trong, £5 ,5.8; .H.A.0.B.S,, £6. (Mr.( J.,J* Obratraas,' another member ol "the committee, was also collecting yester- day afternoon, and obtained, in ...
An Expensive Joke (?). [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 April 1889
. TH*. v man,, Daniel Neilson,: -, raccuBed.iof. having stolen £20, the property of a miner. named.David Bell, was before the local pofice-courti again; to-day: . Bell .deposed that he left the money in his purse in a room . at the Barrier Club Hotel; and missed it on Friday week. From what he heard he; went to che reridence of the accused in company with the licensee, and j thejatter said that;he;heard some money had been found. Accused, who was present at the; time with two &lt; other^men,;: p'w^edjthat. he- had found some, but bri Bell's description of his loss, said that what he had found was different adding that he had looked to see if the loss had been advertised in the MINEE. Accused appeared to be sober and to know what he was taking abont. Bell return^ next day íwith Éa» contable J&tul ,% on account a |cpntr»^ctorv s|a^nner|t| then^made 8>y accused,arid hÄrjernsatfo allow his find to be seen, he was arrested. Thomas Markham^ a miner who lived with accuse...