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Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889
Told to a Portrait, j CHATTER Xl. Sadly, sadly^p||weht up into oui* work-room, and took up the embroidery that lay upon my table. 1 ^But I could not work,,foe my eyes, were somehow dim with tears.' " 1 could not tell the reason, though I sat and thought about it ; and ; every now, and then, when I caught myself growing more despondent, T chid myself as I should -blWionVa?spoiíea child. - * It* was'sq wrong, so selfish to be downcast when he had gone' alway for his own good. Now let me write quickly, for the blinding tears are gathering in my eyeaggj|o, andJL-shaJLnotobe^aW to séelo wnte much" longer. Three days-passod., I. had letters "froni Everard, *sö,b^hii,and::ch^ tfiat I,be¿^,to,tbínk, ttat his specific of a walk had indeed cured him. I was sitting and wondering wheu he would, .be brck, when I/j&rnecVand' saw Inm,í I looking so much1 better than when he' had set out, as he stood smiling by the! window. 7flwK.¡ , ih. I was startled and surprised, but I ran f or-waVd ^to...
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. Block 14-buyers, 92B 6d Block 10-Bellen, 55s British-buyers, 67s 6d - Junctions-buyers, Ils 9d ; sellers, 13s Souths (pro)-buyers, 27s 6d ; sellen, 29s I Centrais (pro)-buyers, 15B ; sellers, 16s Centrals (sub)-sellers, 12s 6d / Norths-rrbuyers; 21s 6d > Pinnacle Tributes-sellers, 16s 6d Pinnacles Group-sellers, 12s ? . Pioneers-buyers, 3s 6d : Samsons-r-buyers, 17s 6d ; ; Victoria Crosses-buyers, 6s l|d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889
Amusements. irji HEÀTBE ROYAL. i Proprietor;. Mr. W. J. Cummins Under the management of S. F. Travers-Vale 8tage Manager.Mr. J- Musgrave The Melbourne Yerdict verified by the appreciative demonstrations of a delighted audience af the production of the Metro polital success THE ARTIST. THE ARTIST. LAST NIGHT BUT ONE [Of the Successful Society Sensational I Drama, "Tho Artist/9 j Powerfully portrayed by the entire strength of Travers-Vale's Dramatic Combination. ' In Preparation THE MYSTERY OF A HANSOM CAB. : The Original Version, as produced.at Her Majesty's Opera House and Alex Theatres, Melbourne. Doors open at 7.30 ; overture 8 o'clock. Box Plan at Hood's, opposite Grand HoteL Prices-4s, 3s, and 2s. PROF. AGINTON, THE MODERN MERCURY. FOR FOUR NIGHTS ONLY, commencing TO-NIGHT, «adnuday. APRIL 3, 4, 5, and 6. Performance commences 8.45. At the CRYSTAL SKATING RINK. THE TOBOGGAN KING AND CHAMPION FANCY SKATER OF THE WORLD. rpHE only opportunity the public of -L Broken HUI and distric...
Mutual Improvement. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889
Mutual Improvement. THE members of the Barrier Mutual Im- provement Association held their usual weekly meeting in the Congregational Hall last evening. Mr. H. G. Gibson presided, and there was a large attend- ance. The business of the evening was the final consideration of the new rules and the election of officers for the quarter. The former, as presented, were adopted, with a few unimportant amendments. The election of officers was then pro- ceeded with and resulted as follows :— President, Rev. B. Keith Mackay ; chair- man, Mr. Howard Gore ; vice-chairman, Mr. J. L. Shierlaw ; treasurer, Mr. J. F. Lloyd ; secretary, Mr. H. G. Gibson ; committee, Messrs. Walker, Davies, and Kimber. It was proposed by the Rev. K. Mackay, and seconded, by Mr. S. B. Shier- law, that the secretary write to the kindred societies inviting delegates to a conference for the purpose of arranging a series of entertainments in aid of the Broken Hill Hospital This was carried. It was decided that a debate up...
Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889
Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] &nbsp; At present nearly all the small claims situate in the neighborhood of the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Pinnacles township have been shutdown for various reasons some because there is no water available for mining purposes, others because the banking accounts of the concerns have run out, and others for the reason that the properties have been &nbsp; proved worthless! A few days ago I &nbsp; visited a claim known as the Barrier Queen, which is located about 13 miles in a southerly direction from Broken &nbsp; &nbsp; Hill, and not a great distance from the &nbsp; Pinnacles. This property consists of &nbsp; three 40-acre blocks, and is owned by &nbsp; Trezise and party. I had an opportunity of looking carefully over the surface of this claim, and was surprised to find an outcrop, which carried remarkably rich looking copper ore, running through two of the ...
Duststorm. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 3 April 1889
Duststorm. A CONTINUOUS duststorm (writes our Silverton correspondent) visited this town on Tuesday, clouds of dust coming from the north, to the discomfiture of the in- habitants. It was hoped that the rain, &nbsp; of which we had a shower Monday night, would again make an appearance, but such anticipations were not realized. The present duststorm is the worst experienced for the past 12 months.
OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. THE CONDITION OF FRANCE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889
OUR SPECIAL SERYIGE CABLEGRAMS. THE CONDITION OF FRANCE. LONDON, "Wednesday. General Boulanger has fled to Belgium. From there he has issued a manifesto, v stating that bis : flight is in consequence, of his determination i not to submit to arrest on the order of i M. Tirard, the Premier. He further . objects tb trial-by the Senate, as. likely, to be : influenced by distate borne towards himself. He is, however, willing to accept the verdict of an independent judge or jury. - The trial of Senator Naquit and Deputies Laguerre, Turquet, and Dsronelle for complicity in the con- spiracies in connection - with- - the Patriotic League is causing sgreat excitement, and soldiers are kept in readiness to . repress any disorder which may arise. - r
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. Block 14-bayera, 97a 6d Block 10-buyers, 52a 6d ; sellen, 5ás British-buyers, 66s Junctions-buyers, Us 6d ; Bellers, 12s i 6d I Souths (pro)-buyers, 27s ; Boilers, 28s Centrals (pro)-buyers, JL6B Centrals (sub)-sales, 12s 6d Norths-buyers, 21s 3d ; sellers, 21s 6d Pioneers1-sales, 4B Slmsons-buyers, 17s 6d - - J ~ Victoria Crosses-buyers, 5s 10M. , *?
Very Complicated. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889
Very Goinpíicáted. IN consequence of the telegraph ? line ! between Adelaide and" Sydney being washed away between Salt Greek and Wentworth, owing to storms, the tele- graph local office was inundated with business throughout Tuesday af ternoon »nd hight, the messages between the two capitals being transmitted through Broken HUI. To further complicate matters the telegraph communication between Broken Hill and Deniliquin, the usual route for Melbourne, was rendered I unworkable by the play of lightning along the .wires. The line to Syduey viii Wilcannia /and Hay was also interrupted from 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The wires between Adelaide and Melbourne also worked badly owing to lightning, and the roundabout route viii Broken Hill was fallen back upon, and all tho messages to and from were transmitted by this route At 9. Ï5 on Tuesday night, in consequence of the failure of the other routes to Sydney, telegrams from Ade- laide to Sydney had to bo sent from the local -office vin B...
Adelaide Share Market ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889
Adelaide Share Market ADELAIDE, Thursday. The market is brisk - and is1 improving. Big business'has been done in Centrals, Britiab, and Block 10. Baker's Creeks are weaker, and Btaud at83s9d. The sales to 2.30 p.m. were : Carringtons (con.)-3s 4-id - Brökens-£2810a Block 14-97s 6d Norths-21s 6d .British-69s Souths-28s 9d Block 10-5os Centrals-17s , Centrals (con.)-14s IM . Junctions-^-lSs?^! Victoria Orossr-6s = Pioneers-^ 2d Bonanza-ls Extendeds-ls lOd
Wants of Thackaringa. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889
f Wants of Thackaringa. f SOME time ago Mr. Wyman Brown, M.L. A., addressed a communication to ;the Postmaster-General, pointing out the inconveniences which were being suffered by the people of Thackaringa in consé-' quence of the absence of a money-order office in that mining township. In reply, ,Mr. S. H. Lambton, the secretary, has ; written: as follows -.-"¿Referring to your letter of the 25th inst;''(March) I am .directed to inform you that an application 'for the establishment of a money-order office at Thackaringa is at present under . reference to the postal inspector, who has ,:bfeen requested to expedite his report."
Additions to Silverton Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889
Additions ¿o "Silverton-Vi. TfiE present, contractors, Messrs. Walter and Morris,-'have been asked toitèhdër-; for twolmore additional cells, 12ft4i 16ft.i each ; a- hospital building, with ^eiessary| offices ;i .exercise yards, ¿wüh. Jsfielfer? sheds," for male and female prisoners ; a yard for hospital and warder, and centre, box with platform, ; storeroom and-putr* offices for gaoler ; alterations in kitchen, and a few other Bmaller necessaries.
Customs Collections. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889
Customs Collections. FOB the week ending March 30, £1270 Os 7d was collected at the Broken Hill Customs House. Upon spirits, £217 Os 7d was paid ; als in wood, £258 17s (Jd ; tobacco, £87 17s 6d ; cigars land cigarettes, £17 lUs 2d ; ale in bottle, -£14 2s.; still wine, £14 5s. During the month ot March £44tíü 17s 7 was collected, j £798 9s ld being for spirits, £682 Us for tobacco, and £6oo for ale in wood. DurÏDg j the quarter ending March 31, £14,328 3s Gd was collected. Of this £310614s lOd was for spirit«, £2156 10s 6d for ale in wood, and £1937 los Gd for tobacco.
Marble Flux. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889
Marble Flux. THE following are the quantities of fiux dis» patched from the Kapunda Railway Sta- tion for the week ended 30th March To Dry Creek-Ironstone, 162 tons 12 cwt. 2 qr. ; marble 174 tons 16 cwt. To Broken Hill-Marble, 122 tons 16! cwt. 1 qr. Grand total, 460 tons 4 cwt.: 3 qr. Ellingworth and Haastein, publishers of the Richmond Courier, have filed a Í corrected schedule, showing-assets j £20,016, liabilities £19,776; credit rbalahce £34R.