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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Cricket. THE association matches being finished, the following is a list of the matches lost and won by the Broken Hill Cricket Club. Out of 18 matches on the programme, and the play-off match with Silverton for the premiership (which is claimed by Broken Hill as forfeited), the Broken Hills have played 14 matches, winning 12,- losing 2, &nbsp; the rest having been forfeited by the opposing teams. Several of the matches have been won without the loss of a &nbsp; wicket, but the innings have invariably been played out if time permitted :- &nbsp; No. of matches, 19; won, 17: lost, 2; runs for, 1240; runs against,434;.wickets lost, 125; wickets gained, 139; points, 34, out of a possible 38. &nbsp;
Onkaparinga Races. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Onkaparinga Races. AMONGST horses well known on the Bar- &nbsp; rier, the following are entered for various &nbsp; events at the now most popular Onka- paringa meeting : - For the Hurdles, Power's Mahdi and Highover, Naylor's Wee Jim, P. Bolger's Dreamer, S. Miller's &nbsp; Eaglet, W. R. Wilson's Sluggard; for the &nbsp; Onkaparinga Cup, D. Power's Highover, &nbsp; T. Kieley's Æneas, W. R. Wilson's Chetwynd and Sluggard ; for the Great Eastern Steeples, D. Power's Madhi, &nbsp; Morgan D'Arcy's Bordeaux, S. Miller's Eaglet; for the Hills Railway Stakes, Power's Highover and Kiely's Æneas.
Bible Christian Circuits. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Bible Christian Circuits. ADELAIDE, Monday. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Bible Christian Conferences has re- solved to create Broken Hill, South Broken Hill, the Pinnacles, and Eagle hawk, into a circuit with a minister, to be called the Broken Hill Circuit. The Sil- verton Circuit allotted two ministers, and embraces Silverton,Umberamberka, &nbsp; Acacia, Thackaringa, and Cockburn.
The Kapunda Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
The Kapunda Mine. It will be interesting to many South &nbsp; &nbsp; Australians to know that the old Kapunda copper mine is not even now quite &nbsp; deserted, but that a few parties of tributers are at work, some of whom still earn a fair livelihood. The returns for the last "take" are to hand, showing that the last assays of ore go from 29½ to 19 per cent. One party of two men earned in &nbsp; six weeks £37 19s 5d; another party, £33 5s 11d ; a third, £18 12s 2d ; a fourth, £12 3s 11d, and a fifth, £8 17s 2d. Two &nbsp; ofher men earned £30 2s 8d in 8 weeks.
Noticed in Time. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Noticed in Time. ADELAIDE. Monday. A fire broke out in the forecastle of the steamer, Investigator, at Port Adelaide, on Saturday. The crew were ashore, but fortunately the outbreak was noticed by a sailor on the wharf and he gave the alarm. The fire was extinguished with some trouble. The bursting of a kerosene lamp was the cause of the conflagration.
Tall Scoring. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Tall Scoring. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MELBOURNE, Monday. &nbsp; The cricket match South Melbourne v. Melbourne Cricket Club, for the possession of the Metropolitan Challenge Cup, was continued on Saturday afternoon. The former again retained the wickets the whole afternoon. The total was 437 with the loss of six wickets. Trott compiled 216 runs, and Slight 63. Morris, 40, and Lord, 19, are both not out.
A Poor Yield. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
A Poor Yield. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY,Monday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The wheat average of the colony last season was only 5½ bushels to the acre, producing a total of a million and a half bushels, the worst yield during the last forty years. Six and a half millions of bushels will have to be imported.
PIGOTT'S SUICIDE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
PIGOTT'S SUICIDE. London, Sunday. &nbsp; The solicitor for the Times having received a telegram from Pigott asking for money, informed the police, and steps were taken immediately to arrest &nbsp; him. He was found in an hotel in Madrid where he was passing as Roland Ponsonby. After his arrest &nbsp; &nbsp; he requested leave to visit his room and bring out his wearing apparel. When in his room he placed a revolver &nbsp; in his mouth and fired, shattering his skull. Only a few shillings were found &nbsp; &nbsp; on the body. A letter also found, con- firmed the confession of forgery, and ex- &nbsp; &nbsp; pressed his regret for the injury done &nbsp; to Parnell, also pleading for his wife and family. &nbsp; &nbsp;
AN ACTRESS DIVORCED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
AN ACTRESS DIVORCED. London, Sunday. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs. Digby Willoughby, who was &nbsp; associated with Mr. Harry St. Maur in the production in Australia of "Jim &nbsp; the Penman" and other dramas, has been divorced at the instance of her &nbsp; husband, General Willoughby, of &nbsp; Madagascar celebrity, for adultery with St. Maur. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
MORLEY'S AMENDMENT. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
MORLEY'S AMENDMENT. London, Sunday. &nbsp; &nbsp; A spirited debate took place in the &nbsp; Commons on Mr. John Morley's amend- &nbsp; ment to the Address in Reply, and it &nbsp; closed with a majority of 79 for the Government. The amendment con- &nbsp; demned the coercive policy pursued by the Government in Ireland. &nbsp;
THE RUSSIANS AGAIN. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
THE RUSSIANS AGAIN. &nbsp; &nbsp; London, Sunday. &nbsp; &nbsp; Roused by the suspicious movement of the Russians towards Afghanistan the Government of India have pro- posed to the Ameer of Afghanistan, to offer him forces with the British officers in order to watch the Russians. This arrangement will probably be carried into effect. &nbsp;
CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
CONCENTRATES. Lady Jennings, wife of Sir Patrick is dead. Australian tin is quoted 10s higher in London. It is said Harry Friedman smites heavily. Latest London quotation for copper (Chili bars) is £78. &nbsp; It is the intention of the Round Hill Company to sink to 550ft. The railway from Lilydale to Heales- ville (Vic.) has been opened. Mr. C. A. Davies, well-known in musi- cal circles, has died at Gawler (S.A.) St. Peter's and Prince Alf red Colleges, in Adelaide, have now baseball clubs. Carbine, the favorite for the Newmarket Handicap, run on Saturday, landed third. Mr. J. Brandon, the secretary, thinks much of the prospects of the Round Hill mine. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A bit of a row in Cummins' Exchange Hotel yesterday. All about a woman, as &nbsp; usual. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Friday was Eight Hours Anniversary in Brisbane. About 4000 workmen paraded the s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Public Notices. TATTERSALL'S MONSTERCON &nbsp; SULTATIONS, NEWMARKET HANDICAP. - Run at Melbourne March 2,1889. 10,000 &nbsp; subscribers at L1 each, L10,000. First horse L5000, second horse L2000, third horse L1000, starters L1000, non-starters L1000, to be divided amongst them. AUSTRALIAN CUP.-Run at Mel- &nbsp; bourne March 5, 1889. 2000 subscribers &nbsp; at L1 each, L2000. First horse L1000, &nbsp; second horse L300, third horse L200, starters L250, non-starters L250, to be &nbsp; divided amongst them. Early application for tickets requested, so that the fortunate drawers of horses will have time to hedge. NOTE.-Persons making applica- &nbsp; &nbsp; tion must please register their letters to ensure safe delivery; also enclose two addressed stamped envelopes, one for reply and the other for result of drawing. Address " TATTERSALL," care of G. Adams, Tattersall's Pitt-street, Sydney. Dr. Browne's Chlorodyne. THE ORIG...
Obscene Language. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Obscene Language. JOHN LLOYD, who was before the Silver- ton Bench on Friday last and remanded on the charge of having used obscene language at Cockburn, made his re-ap- pearance before Dr. Thomson, J.P., on Saturday. Lloyd pleaded guilty to the &nbsp; charge and was fined. 30s and 4s 10d costs. In default the State will maintain him for 10 days on such fare as is provided in the Silverton lock-up. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Special Advertisements. G.O. BOWEN AND CO., SHAREBROKERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, 4 Carrington Chambers, &nbsp; &nbsp; ARGENT-STREET. &nbsp; A. M. R I CHA R D S &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Chemist and Druggist. &nbsp; Argent-street,Broken Hill. &nbsp; &nbsp; Warner's Safe Cure, 5s 6d bottle Pure Limejuice, quarts 3s Eno's Fruit Salt, 3s. DR. SEABROOK &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; may be consulted at Mr. Armstrong's Chemist, Argent-street, Daily fr0m 11 a.m- to 1 p.m. &nbsp; at 7 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; LEGAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; JOHN R. EDWARDS &nbsp; (Of Deniliquin), &nbsp; &nbsp; SO L I C I TO R, &c. Commissioner for affidavits, New &nbsp; South Wales and Queensland. &nbsp; &nbsp; New Offices in the Com...