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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889
A DVERTIS ERS will oblige, whon for warding Advertisements for inser- tion in THE BARRIER MUSER, by writing the NUMBER OF IXSERTIOKS on the face of tho copy. IN ALL CASES where this rule is not complied with, tho Adver- j tisement will appear until countermanded and charged accordingly. Anyone, ordering advertisements or printing on behalf of any Syndicate or Company, Society, Committee, ¿cc., will be held personally responsible for pay- ment. FENTON, KNIGHT, and MILLS. _'tg* " Sole Proprietors Public Notices. pßiNTiisra. BILLHEADS HANDBILLS MENU CARDS RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS ENVELOPES, &o. COLOR ASP ARTISTIC PRINTING a specialty FENTON, KNIGHT AND MILLS. BARRIER MINER Oran Argonfc Street I ATTERS ALL'S MONSTER CON- SULTATIONS. HAWKESBURY AUTUMN HANDI- CAP-Run at Hawkesbury," 13tb "April, 1889. 2000 Subscribers at £1 eaeh, 2000. First horse, £1000 ; second horse £300 ; third horse, £200 ; starters, £250 : non- starters, £250 ; to be divided amongst them. SYDNEY CUP-Ron a...
NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889
NOTICE OP MATTA To AJSD FKOM ADELAIOK.-Leave Ade- laide 6.15 *. tn. and 2.0. otui., exeunt Sundays. ¿&túrday3. 6.15&lt;a.-tn. only. Arrive Broken Hill, 2.26 a.m. and 7.o0 ^atm: oxeepc Mondays. . '"-Sundays, ^í&25,a.m. only*-:,-.*., Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 p.m. and 10 p.m., except Saturdays. Sundays, 10 p.m. only. Arrivo Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45 p.m., p except Sundays. Mondays, 8.45 B 'S ^.ni. " only« ? ."'1 ii ^ i ' EUEIOWIE.-Leave Broken Hill. Tuesday 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 a Broken .Hill,, Wed- nesdays and Fridays, 7.50 a.m., MT. Grprs.-Leave Broken Hill, Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur &lt; . days, at 10 a.m.: arrive at Mount . Gipps, at 12.15 p.m. Leave Mt. Gipps Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,' and ... Fridays at 3 p. m. ; arrive Broken tx] ill at 5.30. p.m. KOTXSD Hm.-Leave Broken Hill daily (Sunday excepted), 10 a.m. ...
Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889
-Töifl to a Portrait. CHAPTER XII.-(Continued.)?! Yet I beganto take pride ia lifeffor my chUd's^safcé. Little Elsie, [witil her blue^èyes^ând fair hair, so bïigljl that, [it?.^almost seemed to speak of happier times, in store, was an unuttcr-*] ¡laMai cojnfart.. to mei And at|that time I almost-ventured to look forward to a day yet to come,'-when I migjit be able to forsce a brighter and happier life for my little¡ darling. \ Often when I went to bcdf dmimed that I Heard Everard's hearty,- cheerful voice,* tell- ing me the'black night was p»»st, | sind that the dajrc'had> brokënf ^again. \ Ali it was but a dream j ' r" ^^ui^tîm^^ïoo^n^tiâçk, T usecl to ^bjnk^that it could not. be real. Ithat uoS&Sfard could;,', not. -have so deceived me. But then I drew from my breast ^é^ûpr^c^kttei'tbat his friend had L^"§tt nie. . There it was, under his ñ^f¥\ixá^Ltí^1 cönfession of 'all the wrong. tlVc source of all thc bitterness. )n:Her uskcd..for forgiveness, and Heaven Lknqwil^ fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889
Amusements. rjVH EA TEE BOYAL. Proprietor. Mr. W. «J. Cummins Under the management of 3. F. Travers-Vale 8tage Manager.Mr. J- Musgrave TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. THE MYSTERY OF A HANSOM CAB. Powerfully pourtrayed by the combined . - 1 strength of TBAYERS-VALE'S DRAMATIC COMBINATION, assisted by MisB VICK RUTHWAITE ¡(Mrs. J. W. Fairchild), who. has kindly i consented to pourtray the character of Sal Rawlins. Prices-ás, 3s, and 2a. -QRYSTAL. SKATING ' RINK. OPEN DAILY. / Sessions :-Morning (Ladies only), 10 to 12 ; afternoon (Public), 2.30 to 5; evening 7.30 to 10. '? Prices of admission, ls. Use of skates, ls. Private Skates (unless purchased from the Management) will be charged for the use of the floor. The nominal charge, 6d, Competent Insructors always in attend- ance. The proprietors of this institution will spare no expense in complying: with the wishes of the pleasure-seekers of Broken Hill. ON WEDNESDAY EVENING next there will be a Handicap Race for the CHAMPIONSHIP of Broken Hill. E...
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. Block 14-buyers, 96s 6d ; sellers, 97s 6d. Block 10-sales, 53s 9d. Junctions-buyers, 12s 6d Souths (pro)-buyers, 32s ; sellers, 33s South Extended-buyers, ls Centrals (pro)-buyers, 16B 9d Centrals (sub)-buyers, 13s 9d Nbrths-buyers, 22a 6d ; sellers, 23s 6d Pioneers-buyers, 4s 2d ; sellers, 4s 6d VictoriaCroBses-sellers, 6B 6&
Gale at Warrnambool. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 April 1889
^ Galeat Warrnambool. >'&lt;-.:*-'- -** : ~JZ?~ - - - MBLBOTJBNE, Monday.- - At "Warrnambool the barque Rachel -during a heavy gale parted her cables yes .-»«terday- and drove ashore on a sandy v beach. She has so far been unable to get oft", The Mary Blair held to the Govern i . ment moorings and weathered the gale. \ The steamer Illaroo kept full steam ahead to assist her to ground and thus r escaned unhurt. The weather7 is now 1 clearing.
Perturbed Functionaries. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889
^Perturbed Functionaries. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. . The Adelaide City Council have resolved not to take any part in the public j reception which is to be tendered to Lord Kintore, the new Governor, upon his arrival on Thursday, owing to the Govern- ment allotting the aldermen and coun- cillors positions on the floor of the Town Hall Instead of upon the platform. The council will present their addressprivately. Efforts a-e, however, being made to arrange matters with the perturbed functionaries.
Lease Application. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889
Lease Application. T**E -following application for a mineral ] lease" has been lodged with the Warden's clerk, Silverton : . No. 4012, Reas Coventry Reas and Angus McCuish, both of Silverton, 80 acres, parish Coultra, ."county Yanco» winna. The datum point is distant about I of mile in a northerly direction from M.P 90, and is K W. angle of the land applied for. Silver, lead, and copper.: .
BOULANGER DESPAIRS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889
1-i -BOULANGER DESPAIRS. t ? LONDON, Monday. I '--"-Allemand has been made by the ' French to the Belgian Government for ' the expulsion of General Boulanger, - who will, if possible, be arrested while ?" leaving Belgium. Boulanger himself considers that his conviction by the Senate is certain, and, it is said, antici- pates a sentence of transportation for life to New Caledonia.
STRAY NOTES. THOSE SURGEONS' PHOTOGRAPHS [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889
I STRAY NOTES. .-? THOSE SURGEONS' PHOTOGRAPHS Á WBECKE in the local morning paper has defended- the action of the hospital com-, mittee in requesting.that three applicants for the position of house surgeon should forward, their respective photographs. Unfortunately the said'writer ia just as shaky in his "facts" as he is in his ¿"argumenta." For instance, it is written that "the gentleman who had applied for the position of house surgeon should be asked to forward 1m photograph." This was not the case at all ; it was far more ridiculous than that. The applicants had been reduced to three ; and these three were to be requested to send along their portraits. There could have been but one reason for this, viz., that the final selection was to be made on the strength of the photographs. And it was against this ridiculous manner of transacting important business that a protest was entered. We are told by the writer in question that the countenance of aman has much to do with the creatio...
Skating Rink. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889
T THE attendance., last - evening, at -the Skating Bink was again excellent; and, in consequence no doubt of the chilly nature of the atmosphere, a very Urge proportion of those present donned the unstable rollers and engaged in the warming and healthf ul process of gyration; The floor waa found to be in excellent order, and was highly praised by those who had for the first time this season worn the skates. To-night, Mr. F. Westdale, the skating instructor, will essay the, task of proceeding down the toboggan.on skates, emulating the perilous performance of Professor Agihton. After Mr. Kcstdale has demonstrated how near it is possible for one to break' himself' into' numerous small pieces without doing it, a boys' rage wUI be contesb^d. A drunk in the Poljce Goîjrt this mornr iog persisted jn addressing both .the presiding magistrate and the 0. P. S. as " Governor," until admonished by the Benior-sergeant*
The Costigan Silver Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889
The Costigan Silver Mine. AxoTHBK silver mining property has been shut down in consequence of lack of funds. This time it is fortunately, however, nota Barrier prpperty^fbut the Mount Costigan; situate d the -: Tuena district. Work therein was ceased on - Saturday" night, and 200 men were thus thrown ont of work. The Mount Costigan Company has throughout made the mistake of thinking to get more for its money than ' has been possible ; and this is the cause of the untimely cessation of work. With an available capital of £25,000, it was deter- mined to erect extensive ore-treating machinery ; and, as might be expected, the directors speedily found their bank? balance giving out. It was then deter-' mined to increase the capital, and another £12,500 was put into the concern. But still this was not enough to produce sufficient silver to keep the company; and, to complete, AB the directors thought, the erection, of machinery, the capital was increased to £75,000, £18,750 being put in in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889
. ' 'Directory. A.. BBÏCE and CO., Produce- Mel chant and Auctioneers, Blende-st. A RM8TRONG H. C., Consulting and Operative Chemist, Argent-street; BOAN BROS., Drapers and Clothiers, Argent-Btxeet._ . RIOKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. ; ETTEREDGE RUPERT, Consulting Chemist, 40 years' experience, Argent-atreetSouth. _? :. ERTHT, J., Hairdresser and Tobac coniat, Argent-stxeet.. OLARK1 and HALL, Solicitors, &c., Argent-street. GHARSLET and CLAREN Share brokers, Exchange, Argent-street. - >L GOPLET, J., Blacksmith, Wheel- wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street. DU RIEU, W. F., Grocer and Tea Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent street. _ -_:. - : TRENTON, KNIGHT, AND MILLS. . E ... plain and Fancy Letter-press Prin- ters, Argent s'reet._ ? - . ? GEDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, Ironmongery andTimber Merchants, Argent-street._?? . . . . OLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and . Fruiterers, Argent-atreet South. JONES and YOUNG, Sharebrokera, Land and Mini...
Silverton Warden's Office. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889
Silverton Warden's Office. DUKING the quarter ending March 31, the total revenue received at the Silver- ton Warden's Office was £807. Of this amount the greatest item was £392, ' that having been paid' in" deposits on mineral leases. As survey fees on mineral areaB £184 was paid ; while for business licenses the revenue was augmented , to the ,extent of '£3510s. , and lore mineral licenses to the extent of £44. Deed feet produced,-£92 ; stamp duty, £23 ; powers ot attorney, £21 ; objector's deposit, £5 ; warden's court summons,, £1 ;. mining tenements, £2 ; and miners' rights, £6 10s,., _ , _
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889
Commercial. MESSRS. A. A: Brice and Go. report, under date April 5, the following sales at Broken Hill:-At to-day's auction, competition was keen, especially in butter, prime roll reaching 26id per lb. The supply of butter improved, but eggs are still very scarce. Bacon waa low in price and quality, the best realising well. Good bacon sells well. Butter-Best prime roll, 22d to 26Jd per lb ; good, lß|d to, 21i&lt;l ; medium," 13d to 18d ; inferior, 6d to 9d ; no potted. Eggs opened at 17|d, advanced to 18Jd. Cheese-Colonial, 8d ito 8id ; very little cheese in the market, and was bought cautiously. Good colonial will rise and sell well. Bacon Best, 9£d to lOJd per lb ; medium, 7£d to 8d per lb ; inferior and fat, 3d to' Od. Hams, 9d to 9§d; no prime to hand. Poultry-Table fowls, 4a to 4s. 6d per pair ; leghorns, 7s per pair ; bantams, 4s 3d per pair. Pigeons-Choice, 2s 6d per pair ; common, ls 9d per pair. All good produce sells well. The chairman of directors of the Pin- nacl...