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OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. VIVE BOULANGER! LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

OUR SPEOIALSERVIGE -* CABLEGRAMS. VIVE BOULàNGER ! LOÎIDOÎÎ, Saturday. ?.f^-The trial of the French deputies for them: connectionwith the Patriotic [League'resulted iii fines of ^500 f rancs ëâch. The decision is considered in ? favor of the accused. Crowds were -;" -waiting to hear the verdict, which was < received with shoutings of "Vive Boulanger Í "

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Baseball. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Baseball. -*- I . ADELAIDE, Monday. ! A baseball match was played on the Oval on Saturday, when a local team met a team composed of Hicks Minstrels. L The latter were supposed to be first-class exponents of the game ; but nevertheless the local team won by 19 runs to 2. The visitors would not have scored any but for . a wide throw.

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Governor Jervois Departs. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

. Governor Jervois-Departs; ADELAIDE, Monday. Sir W. Pl D. Jervois, ex-Governor of New Zealand, left Adelaide for England this afternoon by the Britannia.

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More Rains. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

More Rains. -.- « 1 ADELAIDE, Monday. q. J Rain again commenced.to fallon Satur- day evening, and continued throughout yesterday. The country reporta further ; heavy falls. MELBOURNE, Monday. , . Rain' commenced to fall on : Saturday evening, continuing through yesterday. Similar results are reported from the ^crantry districts.

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Mr. Dillon. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Mr. Dillon. ADELAIDE, Monday. Mr.Dillon,' the weU-kriown member of ' the Home Rule party in the Commons, is ??>;?.?, a passenger by the mail Bteamer which arrived at Albany yesterday. Great preparations are being made for his . reception ; bnt it is probable, however, thathe will only remain in Adelaide for a few hours, then going on to Melbourne.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

BIRTH.       GRIEVE.- 1st April, at South Broken Hill, the wife of Peter Grieve, of a daughter.   Both doing well.      

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Silverton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Silverton Police Court ON Saturday, before Messrs. Gower, P.M., and Crommelin, J.P., Edward Murphy, charged with using obscene language in the Royal Hotel, Burke-street, on the 5th inst., was fined £5, or three months. Joseph Thwaites, for drunkenness in Burke-street on the 5th inst., was fined 5s, or 24 hours. Thwaites, for using obscene language, was also fined 5s, or 24 hours. Charles Parker, for drunkenness and also for using obscene language, was fined 5s or 24 hours on each charge. This was his first appearance. George Thomas, for drunkenness and obscene language,   used at the same time and place, was fined in all 10s, or 48 hours.

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The End of the Argument. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

The End of the Argument. JACOB WILMS, a German, and a female named Bertha Wagner became involved in a dispute in Chapple's Hotel as to the beauty of the English language. The result was that both appeared in the   Summons Court this morning, the lady ornamented with a fine blue and black eye, which she attributed to the fistic   attentions of the gentleman. Mr. Julian was retained as legal champion of beauty in distress. Defendant pleaded guilty,   but said that complainant "knocked his head off" several times before he struck her. She had expressed her contempt of the English tongue in a very emphatic manner, and then attacked him on the subject and not with words only. Sergeant   Saunders said that he had known the woman as a frequenter of hotels. "When a woman disputes with you, you should   go away, not strike her," said Mr. Gower, P.M., and he fined defendant 5s, with professional and court costs, amounting in all...

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Broken Ribs. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Broken Ribs.       A FAMILIAR figure in this town will not be seen about for the next few days, having had the misfortune to break two of his ribs while getting out of a buggy. Mr. S. I. Solomon is thus laid up in his dwell- ing behind the fire station. He says that while stepping upon the wheel of a buggy to leave the vehicle, the horses moved,   and he was thrown to the ground, the axle striking him on the ribs as he de- scended, with the result indicated. The accident, although causing an active man much inconvenience, is not likely to have any permanent ill-effects.  

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A Victim to Typhoid. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

A Victim to Typhoid. AT a few minutes before 4 o'clock this morning the death occurred in the hos- pital of Mr. Thomas Symons, who, until he was taken ill with typhoid fever a month ago, was engaged in assisting Mr. James Kerin, the sanitary contractor, in his business. Previous to that engage- ment, Mr. Symons acted as canvasser for Messrs. Smalpage Bros., cordial-makers in   this town. Mr. Symons arrived on the Barrier about nine months ago. He was a native of England, but had spent a couple of years or more in Australia. A brother of his is living at Abbotsford, a suburb of Melbourne. He was unmarried, and about   30 years of age. The funeral will take place to-morrow morning.

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Neighbors' Disputes. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Neighbors' Disputes. THE case was called on in the Summons Court this morning of Catherine Hughes versus William Baker. The defendant is a small lad, and is accused of having thrown a stone which injured the com- plainant. The father of the lad had also two summons cases against the Hughes family, and it appears that the parties are neighbors. Catherine Hughes was unable to appear, her husband stating that she was still suffering from the blow with the stone, and could not leave her bed. The three cases were then adjourned until Wednesday.

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Presumably Insane. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Presumably Insane. ALEXANDER MCDOUGALL was brought     before the police magistrate this morning   on suspicion of being of unsound mind.   About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon,   McDougall presented himself at the police station and asked for the assistance of two policemen and a doctor, as some magic power was discharging arrows   against his house, which, however, could not be seen without fine glasses. Sergeant Saunders said that the government medi- cal officer had examined the man and thought the case might turn out badly ; he would, however, see him again if a re- mand was granted. McDougall was,       therefore, remanded until Wednesday.

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Burglary in Argent-street. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Burglary in Argent-street. ON Sunday morning it was discovered that the premises of Messrs. Boan Bros., drapers, Argent-street, had been broken into during the night and the till abstracted. Entrance was effected by     prizing away a sheet of the corrugated iron which forms the backwall of the store. The burglars then unscrewed the till, one of Miles' patent ; but they must have been chagrined on forcing it open to find that it only contained about £2 in all, namely a £1 note and about the same amount in silver and copper. A cash box containing about £200 and concealed under some drapery immediately beneath the till, fortunately escaped the ken of the robbers. No goods appear to have been stolen. Up to 3 o'clock this afternoon the police had gained no clue. The till contained a cheque book and a bank book, and these articles, together with the remains of the receptacle, were found not far distant from the premises. Wheel tracks show   that a c...

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Sudden Death. DEAD ON A DOORSTEP. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Sudden Death. DEAD ON A DOORSTEP. ABOUT half-past 10 o'clock last night while Constable Mackay was on duty in the southern part of Argent-street, he dis- covered a man lying on the bottom step of the store of Messrs. Butterworth and Co. Thinking that the prostrate indivi- dual was only drunk, the constable tried to rouse him, but on lifting his head, the fact that he was dead became evident. As the body was then warm, it is clear death could not have occurred long pre- vious to the discovery. With the assist- ance of another man, the officer removed the corpse to the Silver Age Hotel opposite, and Dr. Groves, the Government Medical Officer, was summoned. A post mortem   examination was held and the doctor came   to the conclusion that death was caused   by apoplexy. The dead man's name was   ascertained to be Richard Scadden. He   was 30 years of age, and was engaged as a   miner at the Proprietary Mine. H...

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STRAY NOTES. THE IMPORTATION OF GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

STRAY NOTES. -+ THE IMPORTATION OF GRAIN. THE leading South Australian freetrade organ has made a mistake. It allowed the following short but telling paragraph: to appear in its columns, and now there ia wailing and gnashing of teeth amongst the lovers of foreign trade, rubbish who looked upon >.he journal in question as one entirely of their own way of thinking. The paragraph reads:-"The Brewing Company's action in flooding the market with Yankee barley has caused great anxiety here (Kangaroo Island), and the bulk of the barley crop is unsold and unsaleable at present. This has greatly inconvenienced the growers." Poor South Australian farmers! It is not enough for them to contend against drought, red-rust, take-all, and a few other farmers' curses ; their country will not help them to find a market for their produce, but rather encourages the intro- duction of foreign gram, and. thus assists to starve its own people and fatten those of a far-away country. But, it may be said, i...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

TO THE EDITOR OP THE BARRIER MINER. Sir,-I read with surprise in your issue of the 6th inst, a letter from W.M.M.," giving7 his opinion and advice oh the " Truckers' Grievance." Tt is a pity your correspondent, did not stick to the truth. The questionable taste in writing such a letter-must be left, I suppose, to the judg ' rnehtof " WM;M." But to my work of exposing the untruthfulness of his state- ments. Your correspondent says the truckers have no grievance to warrant the A.M.A. taking such a stand as we have done. That the truckers have a grievance is clear to any sensible man. " It ÍB a well-known fact that recently they have been compelled to work ? eight hours instead of six, as formerly. Surely truckers have as much right to their Sunday as we miners. " W.M.M.," also says that the A.M. Av has no right to] take "up their'causé.' 'T^ëyarëMembers'of the AM.A., and we are in honor bound to take up then: cause. It will be a sad day for us when we as a body of men, are so bereft o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Special Advertisements. Q. 0. BOWEN AND 00., HAKKBHOKXBS AKD COMMISSION AOBKXS, 4 Carrington Chambers, ARGENT-S TB EST. , ^ NTHONY S. FOTHERINGHAM, SHAREBROKER. ROYAL EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE. .-Member Stock Exchange of Adelaide. M E: * W Y M: A N BROWN (late Warden at Silverton .and Broken,Hill), MINING'AND LAND AGENT, CASTÏBÂtAÔK^SÎBBET, SïDNKY. '.¿Ki-LEGAL. . ^'TOHK B. JE D.W A B D 8 :jü r;*V 5 - (Of Deniliquin), 8 O L I O I T O R, Ac. OoaunsaiOHOK iro& AOWIDAVITS, New ?' - .. 8outa Wales and Queensland. NHW Oman ia the Commercial Rooms, Grand HoteL directly opposite the Oourt ??-'house -...'??'rt;,.-- : ^ , " t . JV>-,.M, ..... * 10 11 A R D S, ; ^ ,;q-- :XÍHTtMTST:^ÁKD D¿ÜOCIgC . i.:?; r; -Argent-street, Broken Hill. , -: ??.{ Warner's Safe Core, 5s 6d bottle : ;Pum Limejuice, quarts 3s . .>?» ?Eno'*,Frait Salt, 3s. _ ?iii bà* .zhs'^lt n'ai v ? ; .. ?. ? ,íwí|vfcoif; ;'8 E A B R Ó O K .^3**¿r>/ -, -^ày^be.eonsalted at . -m 8*rt»Vîîc«x> J^rgënt-fltrèet^ ! .' ' ****...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Directory. AA. BRICE and. CO., Produce Mel . chant and Auctioneers, Blende-at. ARMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and Operative Chemist, Argent-street. BOAN BROS., Drapers and Clothiers, Argent-atreet._ - ; ? BRICKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. ETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting Chemist, 40 years' experience, Argent-street South. ERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobac coniflt, Argent-street. - ? ? LARK and HALL, Solicitors, &c.. Argent-street. HARSLEY and CLARK, Shared brokers, Exchange, Argent-street. OPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheeï ?wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street.' . .' .._. DU. REEU, W. F., Grocer and Tea Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent strèet. . TîlENTON, KNIGHT, AUB MILLS. Plain, and Fancy Letter-press : Prin- ters, Argent sVeet. ,_._ GEDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, Ironmongery andTimber Merchants, Argent-street. _: ' ..'.'/'? ? . HOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and Fruiterers, Argent-atreet South. ONES and YOUNG, Sharebrokeisj , Land and Mining Agenta,...

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No Name. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

No Name. W. H. SYMONS, licensee of the Miners' Arms at Rockwell, was summoned by the police in the local court this morning to answer a charge of having neglected to have his name painted in letters two inches long on the front of his house, as required by the statute Vic. 45. Defend- ant pleaded guilty, but said he was not aware that the requirement was so impera- tive. Mr. Gower, P.M., imposed, a fine of 10s. with 5s. 6d. costs, and the money was paid.

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Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889

Theatre Royal. ;FEW,novels have-obtained for themselves more"readers in the colonies than ** The ¡ Mystery of a Hansom Gab" ; and on account of the popularity which it speedily ' attained, its writer, Fergus Hume, and I thëî* now deceased ^Marcus Clark, the ? gifted author of the thrilling history of I " His Natural Life," are coupled as two of the most successful of Australian novelists.. No higher tribute could7be paid to these writers than the shoals of dramatisations of their works which have been made ; yet, at the same time, no greater insult could be offered than the painful botches which the unskilful hands of some dramatisera have made of their works. Mr. Travers-Vale's adaptation of Fergus Hume's story, presented at the TheatreBoyal on Saturday night,cannot be classed with the painful botches, neither can it be placed amongst those few -those very few-dramatisations which do full justice to the original work. .What defects there are in the adaptation werel'on Saturday nigh...

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