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Melbourne Share Market. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Melbourne Share Market. MBXBOURNX,Monday. The market is weak, except in Centrals. The sales to 12.30 p.m. were: Block 14-98s British-66s 6d Sooths-28s 3d Block 10-53s Centrals-15a 6d .

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Heavy Rains. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Heavy Rains. THIS morning both the ordinary and ex- press trains were late, the former eight and the latter two hours. This was caused by the heavy rains which have fallen in the districts to the north and within 80 miles of Adelaide. The greatest fall along the line appears to have been in the vicinity of Hamley Bridge and Tarlee, and it was at the former sta- tion that both trains were delayed. In fact, when the express started from Ade- laide at shorey after 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, it was not at all certain that it would not have to return to the city, and so the passengers were in- formed when they booked. However, despite the fact that near Hamley Bridge the water was almost up to the axles of the carriages, passage was obtained, though slow progress was made. The ordinary train which had left Adelaide 7 hoursbefore the express only got away from Hamley Bridge about two hours before the latter steamed out. The passengers noticed that all the creeks and waterholes within ...

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A Resident Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

7 A Resident Dead. AIL. the older residente of Banken Hill were' well acquainted with Angus McDonald, who, a yoong man of about 30 years, literally pitched his tent in this township in July 1886, and has since carried on business as a bootmaker. For some time past Mr. McDonald has been suffering from typhoid fever, and the seizure ended fatally at an early hour this morning, at his residence adjoining his shop, in Argent-street. The new3 was received with much sorrow, in the tewn, where the deceased was known as a steady, industrious, young fellow, and was much respected. His funeral took place this afternoon, and the hearse was followed by a large number of the older and better known of the residents. He had been a con- stant and liberal supporter of the Fire Brigade since its inception, and the mem- bers of that body joined in paying the last tribute of respect by following his remains to the grave. A sad feature in this case is that Mr. M'Donald had only been married about three ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Dunlop Bore. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

The Dunlop Bore. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The water from the artesian bore on :the Dunlop station ia riling in auch quan .tities that the country surrounding it ia (completely flooded.

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Seed Wheat. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Seed Wheat. , SYDNEY, Wednesday. The Government's oner to supply seed j wheat to distressed farmers ia being largely availed bf.

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"Salting" Gold Samples. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

"Salting1' Gold Samples. j ADELAIDE, Wednesday. I The members of the shareholders' com- mittee have waited on the Commissioner of Crown Lands asking him whether the Government would prosecute the parties I guilty of 4 4 salting" the Great Northern (Leigh's Creek) Gold-mining Syndi- cate's gold specimens. Mr. Coles declined. The Government were unable to inter- fere, he said, as this was a private con- cern. The position seems to be that nobody can take action, the syndicate not having the requisite power under the Companies Act. Probably, therefore, the matter will drop altogether.

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General Rains. THE LINES DISTURBED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

General Rains. -? THE LINES DISTURBED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Reporta show that the rains have been general throughout the colony, from Mount Gambier in the south to Port Augusta in the north. In some places the fall has been very heavy. Saddleworth registered over 5£ inches ; Kapunda, 5 inches. Mallalla, a village about 40 miles north of Adelaide, is completely flooded ; | and last night a special coach with rocket apparatus and six constables were dis- patched to rescue the persons who are reported to be on the roofs of houses, on tree tops, and in windmills. The railway lines are submerged in several places, but the washaways are trifling. Bridges over creeks and rivers have been carried away in all directions, and thousands of pounds worth of damage has been done. The railway bridge at Kapunda is in danger, and McCarthy's bridge, which has just been finished at a cost of £3000, has been completely swept away. Cattle and horses are floating about in numbers. In the city the weather...

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Six Months for Larceny. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Six Months for Larceny. -?-- . : i i MELBOURNE, Wednesday. ' McLaren, tb the charge of the larceny of £913 from the firm of Finct and Bete, pleaded guilty and received a sentence of six months' imprisonment. McLaren was the firm's manager.

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Burglaries in Adelaide. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Burglanes in Adelaide. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. I Burglaries are becoming even more frequent than ever. During the heavy rain yesterday morning two hotels in the suburbs, as well as the residedce of Mr. J. H. Symon, Q.C., at North Adelaide, were burgled.' Mr. Symon, armed with a revolver, chased the burglar, but the latter escaped.

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A Daring Robbery. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

A Daring Robbery. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. : Yesterday a respectable-looking man managed to diddle two jewellers in a barefaced and daring manner. Walking into Wilson's shop in Fitzroy, this man coolly put three diamond rings on his finger; and went to the door to examine them by good light. He then bolted. Henzel and Enes*, in Bourke-street, was next visited. The man wanted to see a valuable diamond ring. He was shown one, bnt he objected to the price. He said he wanted a good one, bat it mast be cheap, as he was wishing to make his papa a present. He was then shown a small tray, containing a number of diamond rings. He caught the whole lot np and ¡straightway bolted. No trace of the .plunder, which is valued at £800, or of 'the plunderer can be found.

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Pejrury Punished MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

^1 Pëjriiry Punished! ^ MwEBotjBNE, Wednesday. "; Mr. Justice William« yesterday sen- tenced each of four perjurers ju the case arising, out of the death of Ah Gayong to nine years hard labor. Three others re- main untried; also Cutter,* who waa ^acquitted of murder on the false evidence of these men.

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White Labor Only. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

White Labor Only. ??-» SYDNEY, Wednesday. The Postmaster-General intends re- newing the contract with Spreckels and Co. for the carriage of the San Francisco mails on the conditions that they employ white labor only on their steamers.

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Dissatisfied with Gillies. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Dissatisfied with Gillies. "l-? MIIBOUBNE, Wednesday. A meeting of the executivè coancÚ of the Miners' Association, held st the head office, Creswick, expressed great dissatis- faction with the manner in which the Hon. D. Gillies, Premier and Treasurer, had administered the Mines Department, and resolved that an endeavor should be made to secure the appointment of a Minister of Mines holding no other port- folio. A large number of delegates were present, and the co-operation of mine owners is to be sought in this matter.

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Death of Mr. Bundey. PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Death of Mr. Bundey. -? PECULIAR OIROUMSTANOES. ADELAIDE. Wednesday. One of thB mest popular ex-Mayurs of Adelaide, Mr. William Bundey, died in nip daughter's arms last evening, after malring a speech at a friend's wedding supper. The deceased was Mayor of the oity three times. - -

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Vital Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Vital Statistics, DUBING the month of March the District Registrar of births, deaths, and marriages at Silverton recorded aB follows : Births-Males, 13 ; females, 9. Deaths -Males, 12; females, 8: Excess of births over deaths, 2; Marriage, 1.

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Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Theatre Royal. Mi. TBATBRS-VAEE'S drama, "The Artist " was produced for the first time at the' Theatre Boyal last hight. In con- sequence of the unpleasant weather, the attendance waB small, but those present heartily applauded' the efforts of the company. The whole of the members ! performed creditably. ; but special mention' I must be made of the very capable manner i in which Mr. Musgrave, as Robert < Airdalié, the artist's faithful servant, I played a somewhat difficult, part. "The Artist" has many points of excellence, and it is not too much- to say- that Mr. Travers-Yale has not. shown his powers in a better light than' in" this play. The piece will be reproduced this evening, with the same cast, when-it- may- .very properly ; be hoped that the prompter's voice will be less audible throughout. r .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Special A.dvertisemeuts. Q 0. BOWEN AND 00., SSARKBaOKlíW ARTO COMMISSION AOBKTS, 4 Carrington Chambers, AB GE NT-S TBE E T. ^ NTHONl S. FOTHERINGHAM, SHAREBROKER. ROYAL EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE. .í"*if*ír'i_ai'I' ?+* //ot] Member Stock Exchange of Adelaide. MR. WYMAN BROWN (Iate*Wa>dén ateSilverton ,»nd- Broken-Hill),- : ML~OT Aïïm $ ANP3AGENT, *; 4, Victoria-chambers, CÁSTÍEBÍAGH !SIMBÈT,"''SYDNBY. á'""íT? 'M¿ "'M íí!H.A'R D 4SV CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Argent-street, Broken HilL Warner's Sais Cure, 5s 6d bottle Pore Limejuice, t quarts 3s:t=, Eno's Fruit Salt, 3«! T..\' : ' ! Î / ? »4 ? ;.r t - ! i rv. ^..i^.^.B )% o o K ??*?/..????.? nay be consulted at Msui ABioiaoxo's GHSMIST, ; '>"''' Argent-street, n^u. ffrom ll a,'m.' to 1 p.m. .« ;*:,A .lj v.i ??? ./ ;.V LKGAL^ J0R ¿ R. :'"JE'DiW A R D 8 uiii^Of Deniliquin), ¡ÍI»!*I SOLICITOR, &c. OomsnssioNBB. - FOB AFFIDAVITS, Kev t South Wales and Queensland.. ,,T NaVrOmbas in; the ComíneroialRoóms, Grand HotsX directly opposite'th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

A. BRICEand-eO., Produce Mel chant and Auctioneers^ Blende-ftt; ARMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and ^^.QjpëAjive Chemist Á^enfe^ta^t;; BOAN iBROS., Drapers andClotiiieri, gdArgenfe-atreet. ;.," -, :, .; j-/ .,>/ SRICKNELL BROS., Baken, Caterer» Í and f Confectioner«, Argent-street BnETXKRIDGS RUPERT, Ctoiisulting N" Chemist^ ;~40 gears'' experience, ^DERïMïi J;r Hairdresser and Tohacr fli .«>iu^ Argent-street. . . ; p LARK and HALL, Solicitor!, ; &c¿, ^¿ ;Argent-street. - CHARSLET and CIiAB^^Sjbâàref COPLEY, J., BlactamiÖi, :^Whïeel ¿io -wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street. ? .duo ViTJRTETJ, W. F., Grocer and ¿Te«, ?f* Dealer, opposite Reserve,-' Argent "ETENTON ASD. KNIGHT, ; : Plain and V:i.; , Fan^ Jitter-press Printers, Argent a>eefe ,', "; ' - ." ? tEDDES, PREST, : and . .HOOKING, 'Ironmongery andTimber Merchants, .Argent-street. , ... --, ,r, TfTOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and J^iiFruiterers, Argent-street South. : [ONES and YOUNG, Sharebrokera, !TXan&...

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Mineral Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

Mineral Leases. TUB following mineral leases are now lying at the Warden's Office, Silverton, for execution on or before the 9th April : 3071, Robert George Johnson 2660, Andrew James Mason and Regi- nald Bradford Pell 2661, same 2662, same ' ;2663Ssame f% .'i^SH .*? ¡i-Móifsame - - -"'v^ 3256, James Kennedy and Henry Rock life 3257, same 3268, David Walter Driffield, James Kennedy and Henry Rockliffe 3469, Kerrick Edward Broadribb and Robert Ohas. MacPherson T 347S\ Thomas Hurfit, and R. E. P. Osborne 3564, Alfred Edward Timms and J Frederick Maynard_ THE T^B\CCPJJJOX;-%*or ^ informa mation of thç public, it may be stated that the new Shaving and Hairdressing Saloon in connection with the Tobacco Box, Ar- gent-street, has been fitted with the latest mprovements, and is conducted by first ni»» l>Mido. - J" AT»VT» "J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889

INFORMATION is ; desired ; by ¡ .the undersigned as to one ROBERT ALLEN, .a "Preacher or- ^Missionary, ?forntërlj^remding at'188, Fitzrôy-atrèet, Surry Hilky Sydney. ? Any personiknow ing thë^resént 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., ¡>¿r,>; ; '' Solicitors,*'Sydney. March 7,1889. ABRAHAM'S PILLS. .. . i . « K^P v¿0 W >' Í '. -A Sold Everywhere. .Public Notices. I ;. BILLHEADS HANDBILLS MENU CARDS RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS ENVELOPES, &a. COLOR AND ARTISTIC! PRINTING a specialty. FENTON AND KNIGHT FURRIKR MINSK OF WOK' A reen t 8fcr««t. Dr, Browne's Ghlorodyne. THE ORIGINAL AND ONLÏ *r.-r p« GENUINE; T)OISON; IN /¿THE ASHES:-Man *- i people-believe that Nature has some- where a remedy for every disease. So many andiso; terrible are the ills of life, ,aud sp sfight the pleasure we get, as time 'ffieé past| that such a belief ' is 'the 'least' fait...

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