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NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

NOTICE OF MAILS. To AND roost ADELAIDE.-Leave Ade- laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Sundays. Saturdays, 6.15 a.m. only. Arrive Broken Hill, 2.25 a.m. and 7.50 a.m. except Mondays. Sundays, 2.25 a.m. only. Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 p.m. and 10 p.m., except Saturdays. Sundays, 10 p.m. only. Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45 p.m., except.. Sundays.. Mondays, 8.45 p.m. only. EURIOWIE.-Leave Broken HUI. Tuesday and Friday, 7 p.m. via Silverton, arrivé Euriowie, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 4.30 p.m. Leave Euriowie, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken Hill, Wed- nesdays and Fridays, 7-50 a.m. MT. GIPPS.-Leave Broken Hill, Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- days, at 10 a.m. ; arrive at Mount Gipps, at 12.15 p.m. Leave Mt. Gipps Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 3 p.m. ; arrive Broken M ill at 5.30. p.m. ROUND HILL.-Leave Broken Hill daily (Sunday excepted), 10 a.m. : arrive Round Hill, 11.15 a.m. Leave Round HilL 4 p.m.: arrive Broken Hill, 5.30. p.m. South Broken ...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

CONCENTRATES; ._:_ Ruby, Reny, and Eaglet are scratched for all their engagements, at the forth- coming meeting at Onkaparinga. Bishop Barry, Primate of all lustraba, will probably leave Sydney for England on May 8. Heavy rain, accompanied by a terrible gale, has fallen at Wilcannia. Robert Lambert, a youth of 15 years,' ha3 been sentenced to six months im ¡ priaonment with 20 Btrokes of the rod for ^indecently assaulting Miss Bradley, ' at Goodwood, rencently. 4 Dr. Farrar, Canon of Westminster, is not inclined to think he will have thc I first refusal of the Bishopric of Sydney. There is a hope after all of a police i magistrate being-appointed for-Broken Hill. -The train arrived. punctually this morning, the water having subsided all along the Une. . The first part of an account of atrip -through the* Western, country appears elsewhere. ,'? Out of 8900 wethers which started from Angledool, only 2T00 reached Mungindi. It is stated that fourteen months have elapsed since rain of a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

t Special Advertisements. 0. BOWEN AND 00., SHABVBBOESBS AXD COMMISSION AGBHTB, 4 Carrington Chambers, ARGE NT-S TR BET. ^ NTHONî S. FOTHERINGHAM, SHAREBROKER. ROYAL EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE. Member Stock .Exchange .of Adelaide. Îl/T R. WYMAN BROWN (late Warden: at Silverton ' \ ' and -Sroken Hill). MINING3.Ñ1Í OSÈNDSAGÂNT, J v "4¿; Victoria-chambers, CASTLEKRAGH STKEBT, SYDNEYS f^-:- M. RICHARD S,e OTTWMTST AKD DRUGGIST. ; Argenfc*treet, Broken HilL ? Warner's Safe Core, 5s 6d bottle Pore Limejuice,' quarts 3s 1 Eno's Fruit Salt, 3s. _ T\ B. IS 'B A !B 'R'f6 îOl'K ? nay be consulted at Mn. ABMSX&OXO'S CHEMIST, .. Argent-street, ¡ Dally./feo»,lli^h'to;! P-T- = i * \at 7 p.m. ' , ' ' LEGAL. TÖHK* R. . , E D ,W A R>D 8 «J (Of Deniliquin), 8 0 LI0I1OR, &c. OOIMISBIOHBK, YOB AjTIDAVITS, Nev : South Wales and Queensland. < ; : í H Nsw OomoBS ia the Commercial. Rooms, Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house T\R. BELGRAVE, /of iHe[Univ^rsities U of Edinburgh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

Directory. A A. BRICE and CO., Produce Meir chant and Auctioneers, Blende-st. t A" BMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and Operative Chemist, Argent-street; BOAN BROS., Drapera and Clothiers, , , Argent-street._. ; BJCKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. ... ETTERIDGE RUPERT, Constdting Chemist, 40 yean' experience, Argent-street South. ERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobac-] coniat, Argent-street. CLARK and HALL, Solicitors, &c., Argent-street._ CHARSLET and CLARK, Share brokers, Exchange, Argent-street. COPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheel- wright, Livery and Bait:Stables, Oxide-street. ;. .- ? v rj RIEX7, W. F., Grocer and Tea Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent street, j_' ? ? ? ._? TjlENTON ABB KNIGHT, Plain and E Fancy Letterpress Printers, Argent : B^eet._[_ - . ? ; pEDDES, PREST, and HOOKING, v~ Ironmongery and Timber Merchants, Argent-street._ , ?. .. :. TJOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and -*-*- Fruiterers, Argent-street South. TONES and YOUNG, Sharebrokers, y Land a...

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A Party Myth. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

Party Myth. I MBEBOTJENE, Thursday. From recent statements made it would appear that the recent unemployed agita- tion was a party myth, and that the cry iwas raised by tile Oppositionists to show I the ill-effects of the Coalition Govern- ment. One contractor alone declares i he wants over a hundred men and cannot obtain nearly sufficient labor.

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A Babe in a Box. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

A Babe in a Box. M*TJBOÜBNE, Thursday. A young married woman named Louisa Bing has been arrested on a charge of concealment of birth. Some weeks back Bing went to a house at South Melbourne where she left a box, asking the people of the house to take care of it till she called for it. As she did not return, and as a very bad smell was emanating from the box, it was forced-open, when the discovery was made :of a fully clothed but horribly decomposed body of a child. Jn such a bad state was it than little more than the ; bones' were then remaining. The girl Ring UDon being arrested denied all knowledge of the child.

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A Match for £500. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

A Match for £500. I .., MELBOURNE. Thursday. i ; Messrs. L. Clarke and E. M'Evoy shot I a pigeon match on the Melbourne Gun Club's Ground yesterday afternoon with 50birds, at30yards rise, fora wager of ; £500. Mr. Clarke killed 43 birds and his opponent 3?.

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A Nest of Perjurers. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

A Nest of Perjurers. ! MEXBOUBNE. Thursday. - The man Cutter has. now been .- .com- mitted for trial for perjury at the trial of the men who have since been sentenced to .9 years imprisonment for perjury in connection with Cutter's own trial for the murder of the Chinaman Ah Gayong.

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To See the Silver. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

To See the Silver. BRORKX HILL ÍB just nqw4nundated with wealthy visitors largelyánterested in the Barrier mines. In addition to the Big Aßne-Adirectors whose arrival-was yester- day-: |tonounçed^.theï|ç, aïe||ïr|| Harvey ^Patterson, who was formerly átdítector of the Proprietary Company and is now a visitor on behalf of the British Broken Hill Proprietary Company^ and MessrB Walters and' Bond, London {directors of "the Bame company. During yesterday; afternoon and to-day they have, underj MryPattoa^s 'superintendence-, inspected the Broken Hill Proprietary, and will shortly proceed to inspect Block 10, the ?Junction, British, andv- other mines. After making a thorough inspection of such parts of the field as they may be interested in, the party will proceed to Port Pirie, and there make an examina- tion of the silver-refining and. other works in progress there. Altogether the visit from the time they left Adelaide to when they return will occupy about 10 days. In addition to the vi...

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Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

Theatre Royal. THE Travers-Vale Company gave a repre- sentation of the sensational idrama, en- titled "Thç Artist," at the Theatre Royal, yesterday evening. It may have been that the Skating Rink, proving a counter attraction, accounted frr the small at- tendance on the occasion, but those who did attend were highly pleased with the drama and the artistes. Notwithstand- ing the'audionce being select, though few, which in itself would be enough to damp the spirits of most actors, the play was j rendered throughout, with grpat spirit and animation, and the audience showed their ; appreciation of the efforts of their enter I tainers by frequent rounds of hearty ! ! applause. We would strongly recom-1 mend anyone who wishes to spend a pleasant evening, and to combine amuse- ment with instruction, to take the oppor- j tunity now offered of witnessing the per- formance of this talented company, whose ' stay in this town will necessarily be a short one. Mr. C. H. Wilson, late manager of th...

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Broken Hill Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

Broken Hill Hospital. Ai a special meeting of the hospital com mi^ee.4ast.ej*nü^.there were .present-^ MessrsJ |J: ^ 'd'.';i Wilhams (chairman)^ Mackay, Christmas, Abbott, Bristowe, King, McCarthy, ^and JDrs. .Groves and Thompson:- 'Tttessrsi Williams? Mackay, and Christmas having reported the suc- cess which had so far attended the canvass of some of the members of the committee, the Tchahnnan^ prep6jtédr'f th'át| he! * had* been waited upon . by Mr. J. Roy Harper,., of Hamilton's Hall, who had., expressed , hu, wiUingness to ar- range -a, benefit t^táke place on;\EaBter Night ;..;and * .Messrs. , WiUiams.' andi McCarthy, and Bristowe ..were deputed to wait upon ¡Mr. Harper for: the purpose of completing' arrangements.'. . Mri, ; Mackay >reported that the Mutual Improvement f Associatioi^wet^arranging, -gts series of benefit côncérlsr Mr. Kihg**naving re- ported that- the ^ management of the theatrical company at présent' playing at the Theatre Boyal had offered to give half one...

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The Cornwell Smelter. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

The Cornwell Smelter. JûvEKïXHrKG at the Cornwell smelter, which has been erectedby private enter- prise on, a' portion pf the Broken Hill South'Company's lease;'is now; in order, but. the furnace has not .yet been blown in. ; The delay arises-from some .'difficulty which has arisen between the proprietors of the smelter and; the South .Company respecting the purchase of ore; The'matter is now before the directors of the com- pany in Sydney, and a telegram from them is hourly expected. When this is received it is confidently anticipated that an im- mediate start will be- made. ^ ...

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The Truckers' Grievance. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

The Truckers' Grievance. á. SPECIAL meeting of the Miners' Asso- ciation is to he- held this evening at the Kiosk, when the troçkers'^riëvânces" will? be fully, considered.^It iwill bë«remeni bered that thé tackers it the^r^¡mej tary mine protest'against having to work' eight hours of Sundays at the ordinary ^wage, and the Barrier branch :qf the. 'Miners' Association has hot' only sup- ported them, .but has agreedihat in future such of the truckers'as are members shall' only work six hours on Sundays for the wage, paid' for eight] hours bn ordinary work days. The men are very deter- mined .upon this point ;. at« leaarlso they; seemed 'at their last meeting,'held on Tuesday evening ; and,* judging, from .theirf expressions then,' "they wilT 'not depart from the position they have taken up; 'andj whichtwas fuUy explained;in>yes- ¡ terday's MINER. The aspect of affairs is as serious as it well, can be, and. the branch, appreciating this, determined to calmly consider the positionnât...

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The Last Tributed MR. C. H. WILSON'S FUNERAL. SILVERTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

The Last Tributed -* MR. C. H. WILSON'S FUNERAL. SILVERTON, Thursday.. The remains of Mr. C. ll; Wilson, late manager of - the Consols mine, were removed from deceased's late residence in Canopns-Btreet, Silverton, for interment in the local cemetery, at. 11.30 this morning. The funeral was one of the Iargestseen mthedistrictforsometimepast Many vehicles heavily 'laden and several horsemen were in attendance. A large number of Umberumberka miners would have been present to nay the last tribute of respect to the former manager of the mine but they were debarred, owing to the hour fixed for the removal being in the forenoon. As it was, however, a good many managed to be present. Broken HUI was largely : represented, while nearly all the.... principal residents of Silverton were to be seen at the'grave.

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Congregational Church. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

!&ngrégati0ttalrGhürch. As announcement appears ia a local1 con- " temporary thit the Rev. Mr. Cook .has " been appointed to succeed the Rev. Keith Mackay as Congregational minister in this town." This is incorrect. A week or so ago, when Mr. Mackay's resignation was regretfully'? accepted by the local congregation, it was decided to ¡ invite Mr. Hamden Cook, B.A., of 3S"ew* .Zealand,' to occupy the pulpit at Broken Hill for a few weeks, with a view'to a call. " Mr. Cook has accepted the invita- tion to como to Broken ' Hill, and, although it is probable ' he will per- manently settle here, it is by no means certain. He arrives in this district about a month from present date. .

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Drivers and Firemen. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

Drivers and firemen. 1 THE recently eatablisbed Barrier Bankes; Enginedrivers' |farid firemen's Associi ?ation met*at-the Kiosk- last nightS ^Mr.*' Fergusson presided, and the business was to.consider the »roles drafted for the guidance of the members of the associ- ation by a committee appointed for the purpose. The rules were agreed upon-, tne following:; being- named the<¡Jfirgt officers ^President, Mir. Sutton/?* vice-£ 'president;^MeBsrs.íS Oliver ;| secretary;and ^treasurers Mrl^erOTsson,;*; ^committee of management, the» officers and Messrs. C. S. Spangler, U". Dix, C. and G . Nagel,. and$- P* Scott. It was ^decided that/the.merdbe.rs should meet . every alternate Wednesdayj at the- kiosk, and the meeting adjourned.'

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The Unemployed SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

The Unemployed -?-_ SYDNEY, Thursday. Another. deputation from the unem- ployed told Sir Henry Parkes that a large number of men were out of work, and - were already reduced to such straits that they must either get employment or drop dead in the streets. Sir Henry Parkes said that. the Government was not com- pelled to find work for the unemployed, but at the same time he and his colleagues were endeavoring to start several public works, which, he hoped, would absorb all surplus labor.

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All Aquatic Event. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

^ Ali Aquatic Event. - SxbiCBT, Thursday. Deeble has, on behalf of Kemp and i Stansbury, challenged Searle and Mat terson to row a double Bcull race for any reasonable amount. ; ' 1

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Pasteur's Microbes. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

Pasteur's Microbes. -?- I SYDNEY, Thursday. The Kabbit Diseases Commission have laid their report on the table of the House. The principal conclusion arrived at is in regard to Pasteur's chicken cholera microbes, for rabbit destruction. The re- port respecting these is as follows: " Your Commisnion cannot recommend that permission be given to disseminate broadcast through Australasia a disease which has not been shown to exist in these colonies, and which in other countries prevails in disastrous epidemics among fowls, but which has never been known to prevail naturally among rabbits."_

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The Ministerial Policy. A LAND BILL PROMISED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 April 1889

The Ministerial Policy. --?-- ? ?? . ? _w A LAND BILL PROMISED, y _. « ' SYDNEY, Thursday. Both parties in the -Assembly were4 strongly represented when the House met yesterday afternoon, Mr. Ninian Mel- ville was unanimously chosen Chairman of Committees. Subsequently Sir Henry Parkes, the Premier, made a lengthy statement of the policy to be pursued by his Government. Every effort would be put forward he said, to pass an amending land bill this' session, which he hoped would not last over six weeks. If time permitted they would also deal with the finances. Mea , Bures providing for the construction of j various public works and electoral reform would also be introduced at the earliest possible moment. When the time arrived for a trial of strength between the parties on the fiscal question, the Government was prepared to provide everything honest and above-board. Members generally seemed, by the tenor of their speeches, to be of the opinion that thaLand Bill would occupy the whole ...

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