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Colonial Diamonds. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

Colonial Diamonds. SYDNEY, Saturday. 751 cants of diamonds obtained in the Malacca mines at Inverell have been bought foi £600, the purchaser being Mr. Ti M. Alcock, tile well-known jeweller. As intends sending the stones to London ta be ont.

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Disastrous Fire. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

Disastrous Fire. SYOKBT, Saturday. - The Waat End Sawmill and Steam Joinery Company's premises were burned to thei ground yeaterda? morning. Owing la the hose being too short, the fire raged almost unimpeded. The plant, machinery, finished work and carpenters' tools were all destroyed. The origin of the fire is supposed to have been spontaneous com- bustion in a heap of wast».

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The Moonta Mines. MEN DISCHARGED. MOONTA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

The Moonta Mines. MEN DISCHARGED.   MOONTA, Saturday. Considerable excitement has been caused here owing to some 40 men having received notice that their services are not     required, in consequence of orders having been received to stop work at several poor   ends, as the price of the metal is now so low. The Yelta, Mid-Moonta, and Wheal Hughes mines are also lessening hands ; therefore in all quite 80 miners will be thrown out of work.

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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

CONCENTRATES. A plot has been discovered which had for its object the dethronement of the present Turkish Sultan in favor of his deposed brother. " Miss Vic. Hu th wait© (Mrs. J. W. Fair- child) will assume one of the characters in "The Mystery bf a Hansom Gab," Theatre Royal, to-night.' , The Nipsic, the American vessel which was ( driven ashore doling I the ' recent Samoan gale, has been floated. Mr. Bond, one of the London directors of-the; 'BritishBlocks;,] says f that: the mineral wealth of the Barrier beggars description. Mr. Brunker has postponed the in-   troduction of his Amending Land Bill   until Wednesday next.   George Yates, a fireman on the dredger Lathe, has been killed while proceeding up the Clarence River by the branch of   an overhanging tree striking him on the head.     The inquest on the body of Lavinia Dihes, upon whom abortion had been practiced, has been adjourned to Wed- nesday. ...

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STRAY NOTES. A COLONY v. A RING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

SÍRÁY NOTES. A COLON Y v. A BING. I SOUTH AUSTRALIA is to be congratulated. Some few months ago she was heavily struck when her loan of a million and a half orrthereabouts refused to float fully. She was accused of impudence for think-, ing of putting off a loan at o\ per cent, at par; "and when the failure was announced she was derided for having" made a clumsy attempt to follow the' example of the more prosperous colony of Victoria. The real cause of the failure was soon made known. It had been the practice for the London brokers to make ¡ a milch cow out of these smaller colonial loans ; and the boldness of the South Australian Government's policy in placing the minimum price so high and at the same time effecting a reduction in the rate of interest demonstrated to the brokers, the fact that they would have to ba content with small profits if they touched ; the loan at all. Thinking, pr e sumablyf that they would teach the " impudent " colony a bitter lesson, they I decided to ad...

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Silverton Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

Silverton -Pçtty - Sessions., Ox Friday,.before. Mr. Gower, P.M., an interpleader sommons case was heard, in which W. H. Taylor and J. L. Bishop were the ¿ plaintiffs, George Baker the, defendant* arid William Shadwell the claimant. The case resulted from a petty debts caäe heard at Silverton on February 22 last, VV. H. Taylor and J. L. Bishop v. George Baker, in which plaintiffs got judgment. Shadwell said that the bailiff had seized,^8jb3óriging to Bafcer", "a horse, Waggon, landj harness, " worth £40, two Minks (100 and. 200 gallons each) a camp-oven, and sundry householdntenails, .fowls, &e., ílwtóch he claimed' as his : "property.^ He had bought ? the fowls'from Mrs. Baker/' and not front Mr. Baker. Mr. Jhonson, for the defendants, here called Baker, who said he was the son-in law pf.Shäd welland lived in a tent about 10 yards- fforiV Shadwell. The waggon was alongside Shadwell's tent ; the fowls belonged to witness's wife, but Shadwell had bought them; Shadwell also bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

To AND FBOM ABELATDK.-Leave {Ade laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Sundays.1Saturdays, 6.15 a.m. paly. Arrive BrokenrHill, 2.25 a.au andi 7.60 a.m. except"' Mondays. Sundays, i 2.25 a.m.; only. 1 Leave Broken Will, 7.0 p.m. and 10 I p.m., except Saturdays. Sundays, 10 p.m. only. j Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45p.m., except Sundays. Mondays, jS.45 j s sp.m. onlyr; ,/>., ^ ^jt^sfi°% * íEniuówiE;-liBave Broken .Hill, ^Tuesday f "'and' Friday, 7 p.m.^via>; Silverton, arrive Euriowie, Wednesdays < and Saturdays, 4.30 p.m. Leave Euriowie, Tuesdays and Thursdays, _ 9 a.m. ; arrive' Broken Hill,.Wed nesdays and Fridays, 7^5JPf5aSm. ; Mri 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 I.5*^Moi^y^^uesday, 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 ,. Bound Hill, 11.15 a.m.. Leave ...

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Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER XI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

a,CHAiîMrXW(Çoutinued») r liaw^ *a^\whàt-it . Avoold^IthonlBirkish jnrtfwho^had broñghí'íByerard jDack 1 *tó life, ' and who loved -him'; who jhad, ¿belie vulg him.to be a free man, married 3 ""nun according to the rites^bf ^hër j own ^andancl pàth, was his wife by ajtitle " as high as mine. She had been I wronged: as , well as I: ; and if*- in j that tlftolu? ci trial, I thöughtl bitterly pc ç^ckçdly^of her, may God forgive; mé Í I tried to disbelieve the story} It seemed too strange, too horrible to be v;true. But; no j the whole course of - events since his return, his abstraction, mental trouble, physical pain-Ids ?-_''pï$otiff fetter pleading for forgiveness, ^ bj&promise to return to me and make - - nie happy again, his mad repulse of nie , ^ejreihe^left,-all these proved the story to-be true. He had another wife-was isl-Kg wife at all? At any rafe I must leave him, for my idol was shattered, ÍM#ricVwho could set it hp again ? . ^ s<ifMy preparations for dep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

Special Advertisements. Q_ O. BOWEN AND CO., SBABBBBOXSHB A1TD OomOBBIOlT ÀQHKIS, 4 Carrington Chambers, ¿ ARGENT-S TR EE T. ^ ^ NTHONY S. FOTHERINGHAM, SHAREBRÓKER. "ROY^ jE^HANXiE, ADELAIDE. ? 5| Membes Btdck' Exchange ot' Adelaide; TLf R^'^'i M A' N BROWN ¿4",,tt$n5G- A*D LAND.AGENT, ? ,-* .«. Victoria-chambers, , » : CAS1LBBÍ4GH.-STBEETi SYDSSY.Ï : wy - -^L^d-L__ " T&GAL. ! tTfItf&JN 1 ^R: : E D W A R 'D B tl (OI'Deniiiqnin), SOLICITOR, &c. J3axemOÊïbliA ^iô» AJIXDAVÍT'B, Nev . ' South Wales and Queensland, j jN^WQfWZOJEXr in:the Oommeroial Booma, ^n^^H^otal, dir^etl/ opposite/the Oourt nouae v- '.' ~~pTJ HMI- i- -»R; I O H'AfR 'D S, .i^tCHBansTiAsi) DRUGGIST: . t«ff*i ipi,A^gen^street,?Brokeni Hill. -/ Warner's Safe Cure, 5s 6d bottle . Pore Limejuice;-quarts 3s Ero'sFroicSältj 3s. ^ - ' ~ 'Í ; ???"v .*^lirîJ "" ?' v ? .?> ' i- '.:¡..;. » ~~ T\ R. S E A BRO O K jsr.-nay be consulted at - . ,r «-T. tMB, ABMSUOXO'S CHEMIST;p D^ \al^ p.m. ! ^ T) R. B^L; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

Directory. Uí \ ; ' .. A A¿ BRICE and CO., Produce ; Mel -tA« -c6anfc and Auctioneers, Blende-Bt*. ] .ARMSTRONG H. C.; Conaulting~akd Operative Chemist, Argent-street; .. BOAN BROS., Drapera! and Clothiersi - Argent-street. . ?.>'.'? j RTCKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street, ETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting j Chemist, 40 years' expérience, Argent-street South. , . ; I. '. ERTJ1Ï, J., Hairdresser andTobac; coniflt, Argent-street. . :>.t] [ ''. ÖLARK and HALL, :8ófió^n^^,,.; Argent-Btreet. . - ? " -"-*1 r'jf-- ?. '~ HARSLET and CLARK, ShairëT. brokers, TflTh«iget Argmt-atreati OPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheel- wright, livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street. . ;?. .? : ?? ; }^-y¡!1 j DU RIEU, W. F., Grocer arid Tea ; " Dealer; opposite 'Rafeive,, Argeht street. . .... .u . ! TjiENTON, KNIGHT,- Asm .. MILLS. ,^f;£l^and Fancy Letter-press' Prin- te^ Regent aVeet. 2 ; riSDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, W Ironmongery and TimberMerohants, ? Argent-streets ____LL_ HOLDSWORT...

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Phemomenal Success. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

"MënÔmèhal' Success. ¿THE-success which , has attended ;the i «Horte.;ö£;;the hospital''"'committee, 'or, j 'rather, ¿some of the committee,- in their fcanvasä foti subscriptions has been phenomenal. " Messrs. Williams, Christ . jüas, "Grpyes and Mackay have between -t^emj taken up,/from townsmen about <*£200' "and 5 havë received' - promises of . "another. £100 ; íahd, including Mr. ?MacGregor's promised £50, very-nearly £100 adctítioriaL will go into the funds trom 'one'' source and another. To these amounts /must , be added .£500 geqr|isedvby|ttié 'd^écÎKîrs o||the|jr*rp 'p^ietary^Compahy, "anä almost* £Ï00 receiyed/frpmi the party- of gentlemen including the directors of the Big mine and the British Blocks. From the , Government ; a ;.£ for. ; £, snbsidy,is ; "re- ceived ; therefore in under a fortnight as good as £2000 has been placed on the 'right side of the committee's ledger. . But the ' work ; has not yet been completed.,,. Not .half the inhabit- ants, of thisJd...

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Barrien Miner. SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1889. How They Poison Us. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

SATURDAY, APRIL 6,' 1889.* * : A FORTNIGHT or so ago attention was .fdráwk"1 in these columns to the danger to life arising from the improper dis- posal of the excreta of persons afflicted . with typhoid ; and though it was 0ÄtHB4S ver^ ?"g&^ medical authority that contagion in so far as typhoid .is- concerned . can - only result from the dissemination: of the organ- isms cast off from an afflicted body, yet two casris have since been made known wbjB^.npt the slightest attempt , has been made to secure the destruction of : the poisonous excreta. The facts of one easé,' and both are almost identical, - mayä be briefly told.-. Recently a young man who had been seized ¡with typhoid died in one of the most thickly populated parts of Argent-street. At-, tached to the house in which he resided was a common cesspit; and through . oUt this young man's long" illness the excrétai cast off by! hint was ^wholly ii;-» * : i' t ; : . * .. 'i .'?'Vi-- T- -'f'. .deposited in this pit. Not e...

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Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

Theatre Royal. .THERE.was not« a crowded house at the .Theatre] Etoyal;hrat;inght to witness a -miscellaneous programme billed ' by the Travera-Vale Dramatic Company. In reality it was an off-night, for it has apparently beenforgbtten that Friday nisht in Broken'Hill used to be.considered Hie theatrical oñé of the evening.-: The com- pany started off with-the :" Loan1'bf 'a Lover," somewhat *<bfj "a" comedy' - and somewhat of a farce, bat nevertheless véry enterMining^^ÀÛln'e'ai^rB entered; heartily .int'oT the spirit - bf Cth'e piece, and received hearty applause for their efforts... Subsequently several vocal solos and recitations were rendered; and then the finale, consisting of a howling," screaming" farce, sent away' the" limited number ; ofej spectators in excellent humor. To-night Mr. Travers-Vale'sdramatisation of "The Mystery of = a; Hansom'°i Cab ". will be presented. - The original novel,-as- most people know, is ; exceptionally powerful, and is]moreoveiH -inte...

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Another Jonah. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

Another Jonah. : As coMMBBQEiiitraveller; folría^well-known Adelaide firm, who ia a frequent; visitor - to Broken .:B31L,.:û-:jknpwn/T amongst his friends hy the soiibriquet of " Jonah," from the : fact that... whenever he gravels by coach an ¡ accident .to the vehicle is a certainty. * So repeatedly \ has . this been proved, that. 4all who . lmew'_".!Mac¿" the gentleman in question, .haye become véry chary of . venturing upon any coach jour- ney ^with ' bim ' as': ; a. fellow . traveller. Indeed; " Mac " himself, who has got'so used to falling off coaches than he can now go through the; performance without fear or discomfort, is . in-the habit ol warning his friends Pf the .fatality which* hangs about; him when being driven. But amongst the fraternity of commercial travellers is one known as "Freddy," who is conspicuous for his contempt of. danger, so much so that it is currently reported that ,he once had the hard&obd to accompany a newspaper representative and a bottle of...

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The Hospital Finances. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

The Hospital íífiñances. !£MR. :JJ .('T.Offi^TV^^bM^cbllected the I SfoUoïij^ addi&O^ of the Broken! Hül;¿Hd^útáí^Whitford and! 'ÉHnyaa-i¿ílWíÉoknlBrbs- £1 ls ; R. B. ^Stéwattvfiííís^Pi Mooêisoù, £11 ; J. P. [-Groutsch^Bi ls; ÓharlickiiBros, £1 ls; small sumB-£l,;2s. Mr. J. J. Williams has collected the folio wingadditional amounts: -0. Maddocks; £L-ls? 0. J: Paull £1 ls ; J.,Pound, £1 ls.; J. Kibby, ,£1 la ; M. Farrell, £2 2s ; A, - Friend, £1 ls ; J. Westmore, £1 ls; W. R. Rowe, £1 ls; T. Hi Winnett, £1 ls ; small sums 6d. Independent Order of Good Templar, (per Mr. Spencer), £3 63 6d ; Nathaniel Hawke, £1 ls ; Silver Âge (per J. D. Robertson), £1610s ; the Anglican Bishop of Riverina, £5. Messrs. R. C. McPher- son, D. L. McBryde, E. 0. Brodribb, F. Walters Bond, IL E. Brodribb, Bowes Kelly, F. C. Brodribb, J. S. Reid, and W. Knox, the Proprietary directorate party, have donated £10 10s. each ; R. L. Thomas, £1 ls ; and Walter Sully, £25., Mr.- Williams also forwards a lis...

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

Police Court BEFORE Messrs. J. J. Williams and Thomas Simpson, Js.P., two drunks were brought up this morning. One of them having no previous record was dis- charged. The other was ordered to con- tribute 5s. toward the general revenue of the colony. Thomas Zevenboom, on remand, was charged with feloniously stealing, taking, and carrying away a grey- hound slut and a sheep dog pup, the property of Mr. Smalpage. Mr. Julian   appeared on behalf of the accused, and   protested against such a charge being   brought against his client. The bench did   not consider the information proved, as the receipt held by accused clearly showed that he obtained an interest in the slut from Mr. W. A. Jones, late of South Broken Hill. They dismissed the case. Mr. Julian asked for costs, which were not allowed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 April 1889

THE Friends of Mr. BENJAMIN WILSON are respectfully informed that the remains of his late son, Victor Oliver, will be removed from his resi- dence, Mica-street, for interment in the new cemetery, at 3 p.m. TO-MORROW (Sunday), 7th instant. O'CONNOR and CO.,   Undertakers. B. H. R A. A. WANTED known, the usual General MEETING will be held on     MONDAY Next. F. MARTIN, Hon. Sec.     Ruarve No. 3075. I A MEETING of Ratepayers and Reti dents desirous of not having the above Reserve thrown open for occu- pation will take piace in the Congre-: gâtions! : Branch Schoolroom, opposite; New Hospital, on MONDAY EVENING, the 8th instant,; at 8 o'clock sharp. Those obtaining signatures to petitions kindly bring same. ? J. F. SPENCER, , . ., , .-._ Convener. THE TEAROHA SILVER AND GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. AMENDED NOTICE OF CALL. 7^TOTlOE is hereby given that a CALL JIN (the8econd) of Sixpence per Share upon the shares in the ab...

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Telegraphic Interruptions. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Telegraphic Interruptions, Ms. F. WHTSAIX, the officer in charge of the local telegraph department reports as follows :-*' Oar Melbourne Une is again interrupted b'eliween - , Balranald /and Moulamein, 'and the 'Sydney line is working badly. - We have asked Adelaide to repeat our Melbourne business, but he replies at noon as (follows : * Our Mel-, bourne line is interrupted all the morning. Just starting our business, but working very badly. If it improves will dp what can to assist you.' " * ^

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Hospital Items. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Hospital Items., THERE are, at present, 28 patients; ià the Broken Hill Hospital, 18 of whom are under treatment for typhoid fever. ' On Saturday night a yonngman'named John- stone succumbed to a virulent attack ot the fever ; and at an early hour this morning Thomas Symons died from the same cause. The secretary acknowledges the receipt of a parcel of flannel and linen from Mr. G. W. Fordham.

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From Words to Blows. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

From Words to Blows. IK the local summons court to-day the case was heard of Thomas Bourke ver«m James Kerin, the latter being charged with having assaulted the former. Mr. Henning appeared for the complainant. Bourke Baid that while, on March 30, he was in the yard of O'Neill's .hotel, he hoard defendant speaking very loudly. Com- plainant carno up and said, ''You are bouncing here same as you bounced me.'* Upon this defendant turned upon him, called him an offensive name, awl struck him in the faoo with hi3 fist, cutting his lip BO badly that he had to get »i doctor to sew it up. This was the ussiuit com- plained of. George Blair, barman at the hotel, deposed that ho witnessed the as- sault. Bourke spoke first to K crin, and they had high words together. Defend- ant pleaded guilty under provocation, and stated that while he was having Borne dis- cussion with O'Neill about clearing out his cesspit, Bourke, without any call, in- terfered and used provoking language to him, winding u...

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