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Concentrators. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
Concentrators. í THE concentrators which have been erected at Thackaringa are, after a few I repairs have been effected, running very smoothly, treating ore from the adjacent ' Gipsy Girl mine. It is probable that ore 1 from this property will supply the wo'ks - I for several days yet. Several other im- provements which will reduce the carriage of ore from the Gipsy Girl to the concen- trators are being effected. Th« Thack 1 aringa people are jubilant at the prospects |il?efpr,p;^eni.
Two Killed, One Wounded SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
Two Killed, One Wounded SYDNEY, Friday. : Two men lost their lives at Cameron's tobacco factory, at Surrey Hills, yester- day'; and another received serioua inju- ries. The men were engaged hauling bales of tobacce to the top of the building, when the lilt, which is worked hy steam, Blipped, thus precipitating the three to the bottom, a distance of 55 feet. Wil- liam Arnold met instant death. Henry Terry sustained concussion of the brain and afterwards died in the hospital Frederick Stagzert sustained concussion of the brain, and is in a critical condition.
The North Lode Improving MORE SUSPICIOUS CONDUCT. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
The North Lode Improving MORE SUSPICIOUS CONDUCT. [BYÍ¡gtrRÍMÍNrK&.-RBPO»^B.l ONCE mm^iidesüre to draw- íalténtion to . what I consider a most flagrant abase of i temporary power and: authority on the part of the directors of the North mine. Let us firstEof aU,_pjesume4that»JÈeBe directors aST honest and unimpeachable gentlemen, which, of course, the/ may be, although two of them were mixed up in the recent Junction affair, being direc- tors of that mine also. It will .be remem- bered that ;those two peraons most em- phatically refused to allow pressmen down the Junction at a time when all the share- holders were thirsting for legitimate in- formation concerning the lode at the three hundred f eet l«vcl in that property. Their : attempt to keep the public in the dark was frustrated by a couple of reporters, and then the Press were informed that the North mine would only be open to inspection upon Fridays. Now, a more unfair course of procedure could not well« be adopted by a...
S.A. Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
S.Av Bröken Hill; THE half-yearly meeting of 'the South Australian Broken Hill Proprietary Com- pany was held last evening , at the York Hotel, Mr. R. Stewart' presiding. The balance-sheet presented showed a credit bank balance of £24 18a od, and £154 los. liabilities. A brief report of the prospects having been furnished, the election of directors was proceeded with, and resulted in the appointment of Messrs. Hogg, Jackson, Lindsay, Spence and Turner ; while Messrs. Barratt and Tait were appointed1 auditors. The meeting ? decided to forfeit all shares on which the first pall was unpud, such shares to'be. offered at public salg.. The secretary was - instructed to writ« to the;-promoters asking whether they would agree to rank with the holders of contributing shares in so far as providing for the resumption of work at the'mine; was concerned ; and it was further 1 decided to ask that. Mr. Oakfield and one of the Company's directors" 'might visit the, property and .furnish'» report oh...
BOULANGER'S FLIGHT—HE FIHTTS A DUEL. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
BOULÀNGER'S FLIGHT-HE ^ ¿:FIHTTS A DTTEL. LONDON, Thursday. GeneralBoulanger has been de^ nouncéd on all sides as a coward for having taken flight to Belgium at the first? appearance of danger. The Go- vernment intend proceeding with his trial for sedition during his absence. It is also considered probable that the Belgium Government will expel him from the Kingdom. Boulanger and Henri Bochefort are reported to have fought a duel at Mons, in Belgium, but nothing serious resulted.
The Skating Rink. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
The Skating Rink. Á snffiTrAK programme to that presented by Professor Aginton, the champion all- round roller-skater, attracted a large attendance at the Crystal Bink last evening. As: on his first performance so last night all his movements were marked by^jrace-excepting, of coarse, in that part of the entertainment where the Professor assumes the character of an unfortunate New York dude learning to skate. To night a daring feat wUl be accomplished, viz., the descent by means of skates down an inclined plank, but a few inches in width, and sloping from the roof at one end pf the building to the floor at the other. To witness this it is certain a very large attendance will pay their nimble shillings. Messrs. Isaac and One have now com- pleted the valuation of the whole of the municipality.
Poison-Mongering. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
' Poison-Mongerïng. [THE accomplished imbiber of- ardent .spirits who arrives in Broken Hill very soon discovers'that; he occasionally gets more for his sixpences than he bargains for, and he becomes at last so utterly disgusted that he pronounces Broken HUI to coutam more vile decoctions sold as brandy, or whiskey than any .other, town in' the colonies. The effects', how- ever, bad as they may be on the pro- fessional tippler, are likely to be ten thousand times' worse when the liquor is taken by a patient in the last stages pf. a serious illness ; and numerous cases have j been reported in which such liquor .has been provided? for this latter purpose. For example, yesterday . a weÛ-knb wn medica^ gentleman prescribed a small quantity of brandy, and sent to one of the chief hotels of the town for the supply, instructing , that it , should be delivered at his surgery. Noticing some- thing a trifle peculiar, he mixed a quantity: with-some pure rain , water, with , the result that the...
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
Bröken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. Block 14-buyers, 95s Block 10-buyers, 52s ; sellers, 54s British-buyers, 70s ; sellers, 73s Junctions-buyers, ^123 Souths (pro)-sellers, 28s 6d Do Extended-buyers, ls 6d . Centrals (pro)-sellers, 16s 6d : Centrals (sub)-buyers, 13s ; sellers, 13s 9d j NorthB-buyers, 23s ; sellers, 23s 9d I Pioneers-buyers, 3s 9d*f sellers, 4s 4|d ' Rising Suns Extended-sellers, ls I 'Samsons-buyers, 20s ;; sellers, 25s VictoriaCroBses-buyers, 6s 4d; sellers, 6s9d War Dance-sellers, ls White Leads-buyers^ 1B.
Miners' Special Meeting. THE SUNDAY WORK QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
Miners' Special Meeting. THE SUNDAY WOR¿ QUESTION. T^ Kiosk was full last night at the special I meeting Of fthe Barrier; Branch of the Amahjanïatéd : Minera'.-'Associátion, con- vened specially to- : consider . a motion, of which notice was given by Mr. Barker st thei*4ast ordinary^.' meeting»;-, seeking to rescind a resolution' passed at that meeting in regard to trackers working on Sunday, so as to open the whole, question of Sun- day work. After the "business before the: meeting had ., been explained, Mr. Bowe proposed that the pre- vious resolution be rescinded. Mr. Sleath seconded the motion, which was carried after some discusssion. j Mr. Barker then moved that delegates be appointed to interview representatives of the Managers' Association and ask that all miners and truckers work eight hours on Sunday for a pay and a half. This was the Victorian custom, he urged, and then read the half-yearly repor* of the I Greswick Branch, stating that a time and a half pay for Sunday wor...
The British Blocks. THE MANAGER RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
The British Blocks. THE MANAGER RESIGNS. THE directors of the. British Broken Hill Company yesterday held a meeting, ak whigh the resignation of Mr. Eyre, the manager, was received and accepted.. No reason has been assigned for Mr. Eyre's retirement ; but the directors have given the'information that Mr, Patton has been appointed to the position. It has not transpired wh»t salary he wi]l receive, but it is generally understood that he has for some time past been receiving, at the rate of £1000 per annum for acting as the com» patiy's consulting engineer. Of course, Mr. Patton will continue to manage the Proprietary and Block 10.
White Lead East. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
White Lead East. A. MEETING of shareholders in the Whit« Lead East S.M. Syndicate was held at the York Hotel on Wedndsday, April 3, when it was resolved to make a call of 10s per share for the purpose of forming the syndicate into a No-Liability Company. The work on the property of thia syndi- cate, owing to the limited amount of capital at the command of the directors, has been suspended for some time ; but the indi- cations are such as to lead the directors and shareholders to believe that their property is a very valuable one, specimens of malachite of copper having been found at one point, and irom the report of an experienced miner, extracts of which are here appended, they are determined to make an effort to prove if possible that are justified in holding the faith they do in her value. Mr. Joseph Varcoe, who furnished the report mentioned, says : " The country is bf a inicaeious rock and undstone formation, interposed with a large quartzite ontcrop, containing iron, and green...
The Hospital Finances. DONATION OF £500. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
The, Hospital Finances. DONATION OF,£600. THIS afternoon Messrs. J. J. Williams, I A. Abbott and the Rev. Keith Mackay, is a deputation from the hospital com nittee, waited by appointment upon the directors of the Proprietary Company te ask for pecuniary aid from the company fer elie hospital. The invent need of freds was explained to the directors, and Mr. McGregor, the chairman of the board, in reply, said the directors recog- nised that the hospital was an .institution deserving support and in the nune of the company would subscribe £600. He also promised to use his per sota! influence in getting the other mines on the main lead to subscribe, and further stated that the directors had all promised to canvass for the institution. In addition to this amount, daring yesterday and to-day about £150 has been received by members of the committee. The details will be published to-morrow.
Quadrille Class. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 April 1889
Quadrille Class. A MEETING was held at Wake's Hotel, &nbsp; South Broken Hill, last night, for the &nbsp; purpose of establishing a Quadrille Class in, South Broken Hill. A good number &nbsp; attended,and Mr. Cameron took the chair. &nbsp; Mr. F. F. Gluyas was elected secretary, &nbsp; and Mr. Goodier treasurer. It was resolved to call a further general meeting to take place at an early date, a good number have already been enrolled as members.