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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
A. A. BRICE and CO., Produce Mer- chant and Auctioneers, Blende-st. ARMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and Operative Chemist, Argent-street. BOAN-BROS., Drapers and Clothiers, &nbsp; Argent-street. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BRICKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. &nbsp; &nbsp; BETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting Chemist, 40 year's experience, &nbsp; &nbsp; Argent-street South. &nbsp; &nbsp; BERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobaconist, Argent-street. CHARSLEY and CLARK. Share- brokers, Exchange, Argent-street. &nbsp; COPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheel- &nbsp; wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street. &nbsp; &nbsp; DURIEU, W. F., Grocer and Tea Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent- &nbsp; street. &nbsp; &nbsp; FENTON AND KNIGHT, Plain and Fancy Letter-press Printers, Argent- street. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; GEDDES, ...
STRAY NOTES. A GOLDMINERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
STRAY NOTES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A GOLDMINERS' ASSOCIATION. A somewhat peculiar organisation, yet &nbsp; one which may, if properly managed, be of immense benefit, has just been launched in the sister colony. It is called "The South Australian Goldminers' Associa- tion." Its objects are the removal of the restrictions at present imposed upon the goldminers and in other ways to further the interests of those hitherto little pro- tected and aided persons. When one considers what a vast amount of mineral wealth South Australia has produced, it is wonderful indeed what little induce- ment is there offered to those who would push forward the mining industry. The average South Australian speculator and &nbsp; investor will enter heartily enough into schemes for the development of mine properties on the Barrier and in the other colonies generally. They will take up &nbsp; and assist such properties as the Baker'...
Barrier Miner. MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1889. The Conversion of Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
&nbsp; MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1889. The Conversion of Stock. LAST week's output of silver from the Proprietary mine topped for the first time the century of thousands. On &nbsp; several previous occasions the return has approached 96,000 ounces, but for the week ending March 1, the unpre- cedented output of 105,160 ounces was recorded. For the nine-weeks, begin- ning with the opening of the present year and closing with last week, the total return bf silver was 823,033 ounces, contained in 3471 tons of bul- lion. A curious circumstance may be noted in connection with the weekly &nbsp; output of silver and lead, for from the following table it will be seen that &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; from January 25 up to the present the return of silver has religiously in- creased week by week:- Date. Bullion. Silver. Tons. oz. January 25 ...434 89,406 &nbsp; &nbsp; February 1 ... 417 94,782 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; February...
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Monday. The market is a little easier. The sales at 2.30 p.m. were : Baker's Creek-86s 6d Wee Jims (con)-1s Broken Hills-New issue, £29 15s Block 14- 23s 3d &nbsp; &nbsp; British-75s Junctions -15s Norths-27 s Souths-26s. &nbsp; &nbsp; Centrals-12s ; (con), 8s 10d Lady Brassey-9½d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Victoria Crces-6s 10½d &nbsp; &nbsp; Block 10-37s &nbsp; Gipsy Girls-4s &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Couldn't Agree. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Couldn't Agree. CHARLES DE BRENNI pleaded not guilty before Mr. Gower this morning to having threatened to kill his wife, Caroline. " It's pitiable," said the bench, "to have these cases coming before the court. This is the second to-day." Constable Liddy stated that he had been to the house of accused, and the wife then wanted to get her husband out of the place, as he was violent. The wife was called, but did not appear, and accused said she did not want to prosecute him. He was then discharged with the warning that should he be brought up again for threatening his wife he would be sent to gaol. "I am deter- &nbsp; mined" added the P.M. " to send any &nbsp; &nbsp; man to gaol without the option of a fine &nbsp; who is convicted before me of having threatened his wife." &nbsp;
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p. m &nbsp; Block 14-buyers 92s 6d, sellers 94s 6d Block 10 sellers 37s British Blocks-buyers 74, sellers, 76s 6d Junctions-buyers 15s, sellers 17s 6d Souths-buyers 24s 6d,sellers 27s Centrals-buyers 13s 9d, sellers 14s Norths- sales, 25s 6d Pioneers -buyers 3s 6d &nbsp; &nbsp; Victoria Crosses--buyers 6s 9d
NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
NOTICE OF MAILS. To and from ADELAIDE.-Leave Ade- laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except &nbsp; Saturdays. Arrive Broken Hill, 2.25 a.m. and 7.50 a.m. except Mondays, &nbsp; Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 p.m. and 10 p.m.,except Saturdays. Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45 p.m. &nbsp; except Mondays. Euriowie. -Leave Broken Hill, Tuesday and Friday, 10.30 a.m. ; arrive Euriowie, 6.30 p.m. Leave Euriowie, Wednesday and Satur- day, 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken Hill, 5.30 p.m. Arrrive Broken Hill, Thursday and Sun- day, 5.30 p.m. Mt. Gipps.-Leave Broken Hill, Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- day, 10 a.m., 12.15 p.m.; arrive Mt. Gipps, 12.15 p.m. Leave Mt. Gipps, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 3 p.m.; arrive Broken Hill Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. 5.30. p.m. BROKEN HILL RAILWAY STATION (BIS- HOP'S STORE.)-Leave Broken Hill post-office for railway station, 10 a. m. every morning (except Mondays), arriving at railway station 10.15 a. m. Leaves railway ...
Not Harmony. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Not Harmony, YESTERDAY afternoon a disturbance &nbsp; &nbsp; took place in Commins' Exchange Hotel, which is the subject of general comment in the town to-day. Mr. Harry Fried- man, who is the proprietor of the Minstrel Company now performing at the Theatre Royal, took exception to Mr. W. J. Cummins' behavior towards Miss Nina Tulloch, a lady member of the troupe, &nbsp; and expressed his disapproval in language more forcible than polite. A violent quarrel ensued, and it is said blows were struck on both sides. Mr. Friedman, it appears, whether justified or not by provocation, entirely lost his temper, and &nbsp; the aldermanic licensee called in the &nbsp; &nbsp; police. Mr Friedman was conveyed to the police station in a cab, and there charged with riotous behavior. He was not locked up, but merely detained until the arrival of Miss Tulloch, with whom he left, leaving a deposit of 20s. to answer the charge next morning. The lady was ...
V.R.C AUTUMN MEETING. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. MELBOURNE, Monday. The Autumn meeting of the V.R.C. was opened at Flemington on Saturday, with fine weather and a large attendance. The results were :- Essendon Stakes. Abercorn (Halse) ... ... 1 Cyclops(físsisge) . ... 2 &nbsp; Halas (Traban) 3 &nbsp; Time, 2 min. 51 sec. &nbsp; &nbsp; ASCOT VALE STAKES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Spice ... ... 1 &nbsp; Rose Argent ... . 2 Richelieu .3 Other starters-Laustone, Hartland and Vera. MT. LEGER STAKES. Volley.... 1 Lonsdale .2 Melos ... .3 Other starters-Chaldean, Snowfoot, Appington, Benson and Pearlshell. &nbsp; Time, 3 min. 15½ secs. NEWMARKET HANDICAP. Sedition (Blair) ... ... 1 Lochiel (Clifford) .2 Carbine (O'Brien) . 3 Other starters -Cranbrook (Hales), Tradition (Martin O'Brien), Plutarch (Huxley),Box(Parker),Pakeha(Campbell) Lady Betty (Power), Charmer (Ramage), Abrupt (Thompson), Epicurean (Tolley), Surprise (Page), Gladstone (Campbell), Pa...
Wife and Knife. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Wife and Knife. His wife Susan gave John Cull in custody yesterday, on the charge of having used threatening language to her. She said he had rushed at her with a knife, swear- ing he would put it into her. The &nbsp; weapon, a common table-knife, was produced in court this morning, and the woman told the bench that on receiving his pay every fortnight her husband would squander it in drink, and when it was spent would come home and abuse her and the children and beat the latter, and oblige them all to turn out of doors. She had four children and brought them to the court, and Mr. Gower examined a little girl 9 years of age, apparently to his own satisfaction, though her replies were quite inaudible at the press table. The defendant denied that he had threatened his wife with a knife. He complained that she did not prepare pro- per meals for him, but sent the money he gave her for the housekeeping to her ie lations in Ireland. "I'm afraid you're a bad lot, Call," said the P....
Hospital Items. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Hospital Items. &nbsp; THIS morning Mr. Thomas Webb entered upon his duty as secretary pro tem. to the local hospital committee. Unfortunately upon entering the office he finds the hos- pital containing more patients than ever before. Altogether 32 patients are now under treatment, 18 of whom are suffer- ing from typhoid. The majority of these &nbsp; are, however, progressing favorably ; as is &nbsp; also Mrs. Clarke, the alleged victim of a &nbsp; murderous attack, which her husband &nbsp; is reported to have made upon her at near Stephens' Creek a week ago. The work involved in the attendance upon so large a number of patients has decided Mr. J.J.. Williams, J. P., chairman of the hospital committee, to procure additions to the staff. Another nurse has, therefore, been engaged, and it is probable that a night wardsman's services will also be procured. The accommodation at the hospital being so limited, it has been found necessary to remove b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
BILLHEADS HANDBILLS MENU CARDS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS &nbsp; ENVELOPES, &c., &nbsp; Color and Artistic Printing a specialty &nbsp; &nbsp; FENTON And KNIGHT BARRIER MINER OFFICE Argent Street. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sporting. &nbsp; ONKAPARINGA GRAND CON- SULTATION. ON THE ONKAPARINGA CUP. - 1500 Subscribers at £1 each. First horse... ... ... £750 Second ... ... 250 Third . ... 150 Starters (divided)... ...175 &nbsp; &nbsp; Non-starters (divided) ... 175 Total ... ... ...£1500 Early application for tickets requested, &nbsp; to enable lucky drawers of horses to hedge. Note.-The money will be paid into the Bank of Australasia, Broken Hill, and to ensure everything being square and aboveboard, the subscribers present will &nbsp; elect their own committee to superintend the drawing. The drawing...
LOVERS BOTH. CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
CHAPTER XIV.-(Continued.) ' She doesn' think so,' said Graham indifferently. Not she-judging at least by her coquettish airs and graces. Oh, there is an old woman with such splendid dia- monds, necklace, ear-rings, waist-buckle, and queer sort of semicircular ornaments fixed on her forehead ! Who is this old &nbsp; woman with the diamonds ?' she demanded of a waiter who entered to clear away the table. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ' Dat is one Dutch wife of zee farmer,' said the man. ' Probably dey belong some time to her grandmother of six or seven times back.' &nbsp; ' How do you know she is Dutch ? 'I am also of dat race, mess, and I &nbsp; have spoke mit the lady.' &nbsp; &nbsp; ' But do they always go about without &nbsp; bonnets on?' ' Oh,yes, mess ! Dat is de costume of deir province.' ' What a droll idea!' said Nell as he &nbsp; &nbsp; departed. 'Are you tired, Graham?' &nbsp; 'No dear.' ...
Mineral Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Mineral Leases. The following mineral leases are now lying at the warden's office, Silverton, for execution by the respective lessees :- Application No. 3009, by Jas. Reid Stewart, of Broken Hill, and James Sher- vington, of Maybell 3012, by Frederick Adam Freer, of Silverton. 2980, by Frederick Biermann and Frederick William Erpf, of Euriowie, Michael Healy, John Condon, Michael John Howard of Broken Hill, and Henry George Smith, of Adelaide 2981, same applicants 2982, same applicants. 2997, Raffaelli Gabriel Clark, George Daley and John Randie, of Purnamoota. 3004. Oliver Gray, of Purnamoota 1935, Frank Parr Perry, of Adelaide, and Raffaeli Gabriel Clark, of Purna- moota 1836, same &nbsp; 2876, Frank Parr Perry 2877, same &nbsp; 2878,same 3024, same 2199, William Goodall Gibson Fred. John Smythe and Raffaeli Gabriel Clarke 2265, Andrew James Mason and Regi- &nbsp; nald Bradford Pell 2666, same 2667, same 2668, same &nbsp; 2731, Peter Wilson, Chas. S...
Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] THE BRITISH BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Amongst the Mines. &nbsp; BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] THE BRITISH BLOCKS. I GREATLY regret to state that some most gross and unconfirmed rumors have been set afloat concerning this property, through a reporter having stated that Mr. Eyre, the manager, informed him one of the drives contained a mass of chloride ore. I failed to find anything answering the description in that report, and conse- quently asked the manager if he had given such information to any person. In his bluff, outspoken manner Mr. Eyre denounced the statement as untruth. It is greatly to be regretted that this course of procedure should be adopted, by either ignorant or unscrupulous persons, as it tends in the long run to greatly injure the &nbsp; mines and also the managers, to say nothing of the unfortunate public who may, on the strength of glowing and totally uncalled for misstatement, invest their capital in shares. In this case the manager told me that he distinctly in- &nbsp; formed the...
Congregational Church. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 4 March 1889
Congregational Church. &nbsp; THE Rev. W. Wilson, of Port Pirie, filled the pulpit and conducted the services in this church yesterday. In the evening he delivered an interesting discourse on the first chapter of Genesis; and although &nbsp; his views would not have met with the acceptance of the author of " The Descent of Man'' and "The Origin of the Species," he nevertheless did not bind himself in rigid adherence to the narrow doctrine which has so often been preached against Darwin —that into the great mystery of creation it is impious to inquire. To a limited extent the preacher admitted the truth of the evolutionary theory ; but he insisted upon divine creation as a funda- mental fact, evolution being admissable only as an after development. There wait a full attendance, and, although out- ward manifestations of approval are not according to church practice, it was evi- dent from the attentive attitude of the congregation that all were interested by the earnest...
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The marke is flat, and trifling business is being done, mostly in small stocks, The sales to 2.30. p.m. were :— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Baker's Creek—83s 9d Broken Hills—New-issue, £29 16s Block 14—93s 3d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; British—74s Junctions—14s 4½d &nbsp; &nbsp; Norths—25s 6d Centrals—11s 6d ; (con), 8s 4d Block 10—36s 3d &nbsp; South Extendeds—2s South Extendeds No. 1—6d White Leads—1s 1½d &nbsp; Victoria Cross—6s 7½d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Umberumberka (con)—10d &nbsp; &nbsp; Lady Brassey—9d &nbsp; Pioneers—4s