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Mount Costigan Mine. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

Mount Costigan Mine. SYDNEY, Tuesday. There has been great excitement at Tuena, in consequence of the stoppage of the Mount Costigan Silver Mine, but it is now subsiding in consequence of a general understanding that it is the intention to re-form the company, and then placing it under a different management. Work will, it is expected, be resumed shortly.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Babe in the Box. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

The Babe in the Box.         MELBOURNE, Tuesday. The inquest on the body of the child found in a box at South Melbourne, and for which a young married woman named Louisa Ring was arrested, on a charge of concealment of birth, has now closed. The verdict was, that there is no evidence to show how the child met its death. The woman admitted that the child was hers, it having been born on board ship. The jury thought that Ring's conduct was sus- picious, but more than this they could not say.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Drinking Delinquents. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

Drinking Delinquents. BEFORE Mr. W. P. Tompson, the sitting justice in the police court this morning, John Stead, a middle-aged man, was brought up, charged with having been drunk and disorderly in Argent-street, last night. "Guilty, your Worship," replied the prisoner in such a loud, firm tone as to excite a general titter. The     arresting constable said that Stead was by no means steady last night, and after making a great noise had to be dragged to the lockup. He was also charged with having used obscene language while intoxicated. Prisoner stated that he was so "tight" that he did not know what he   said. The sentence was 5s. or 24 hours for drunkenness, and 10s or four days for the obscene language. William Johns was found drunk and disorderly at 1 o'clock this morning by Constable Jack- son. He admitted the offence, and paid a fine of 10s. Alexander McLeod, who was found lying drunk in Delamore-street, but created no disorder, was disch...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Night Prowler. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

A Night Prowler. THE police brought before the local court this morning, on a charge of having in- sufficient visible means of support, a young man named James Hearl, respect- ably dressed, and having a stiff leg. Con- stable Nolan deposed that accused lived in a tent near the South mine, and had not been known to work for nine or ten months past, but stopped in the tent all day and prowled about at night. Con- stable Jackson swore that he saw the prisoner near Argent-street at 1 and again at 3 o'clock on Sunday morning, and that prisoner was not in any known employment. Accused, in his own de- fence, said he was a laborer, and had been working for between four and five weeks at the Broken Hill Extended mine, but on cross-examination could not give the names of those who worked with him. He admitted that he had been charged in that court with breaking open a till, but the charge was not substantiated. He said he had done a lot of odd jobs while in Broken Hill. The Bench considered t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Dillon's Crusade. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

.r - -;-;- .?.-. . ; Mr. Dillon's Crusade. ?- '.-J>:; ---? -sn~-?s ?-? ADELAIDE, Tuesday. r Mr.. Dillon, M.P., the Home Eule delegate, has had his plan of campaign somewhat altered. He will commence his crusade in Adelaide instead of first proceeding to Melbourne. He is likely to, ?ucceedhere. The Melbourne committee do not object to the change.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. GOLD IN DEVON. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

OUR SPECIAL SERVICE -# ;~ CABLEGRAMS. i í . fil "GÖLD IN DEVON. 7 -T'^-- - LoÄDOiT, Monday. j_|¿íQ.QJd has.been discovered in Devon f sûre, neat-Torquay.

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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

CONCENTRATES. -? The secretary of the Broken Hill Hos- pital acknowledges the receipt of half-a dozen mosquito curtains, the gift of a local lady. The articles will prove highly serviceable. . The Be v. B. Keith Mackay delivered an address upon John Bright at the Con- gregational Hall on Sunday evening. The Rev. S. Knight, an ex-president of the South Australian Wesleyan Confer- ence, lett Adelaide yesterday for Viotoria, where he will continue his labors. Adelaide ÍB gradually becoming better represented on thc» directorates of the principal Barrier mines. Mesara. 0. Wil- cox and E. A. Wigg have now been appointed to the beard of the Gipsy Girl. The second Sydney Daily Tdegraplt Dibbs libel action, which arose out of the first, has been settled, - Another "Rough on Rats" silicide. Jabez Dando, a carter, took enough to kill 100 men at least. Al unatic patient from the Parramatta asylum, while he and "others were being taken for an outing, escaped, and has not since been heard of. , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

Special Advertisements. riEORGE CL BOWEN- AND CO., Shárebrokers and Commission Agenta, 4, Carrington Chambers, Argent ; street. XTALE8 BROTHERS, Sharebrokers and Mining Agenta. Syndicates formed. Companies floated. 71, King William-street, Adelaide. ANTHONY S. FOTHERINGHAM, SHAEEBBOKES, Roy*l Exchange. Adelaide." - "Member Stock Exchange of Adelaide. . - - M- n. > nn t A! N B R OWN (late Wadden at Silverton - = and Broken Hill), i MINING AND L AND AGENT, .. . 4^ Victoria-chambers, CASTLBBXAOK : STREBT, SYDNEY. T. EG AL.-r^JDHN R. EDWARDS, of 'Deniliquin,. SOLICHOB,- &C, Com- missioner :for Affidavits (New.: South; Wales, and Queensland).; '"' ' New Offices in the Commercial Rooms, Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house. . . : .. A. M. BICHAR D S, CHSMKT AND DBDQOISI. Argent-street, Broken Hill. ¡ _ Warner's Safe Cure, 5s 6d bottle Bare limejuice,^qnarta 3a -l ?' * : Z'yEnb^a Fruit; Salt, 3B. -*'-'. ? r\ R. SEABROOK: ?TJZ- vi:? . .'onay-be consulted afc- . j>L'...

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The Red Hill Company. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

The Red Hill Company. SOMETHING was' written yesterday on the necessity existing for provision be- ding made to enable a-judicial commit itee to^ mate-a fulL investigation into ?the affairs'of the^company whose direc- tors,-while being-accused of wrong- doing, have nevertheless been crafty : enough to keep out;of the clutches of the law. : Three cases were tehn cited, and one more is published to-day. The latter is in^ connection with the Red Hill f Sil.ver Mining Company, whose shareholders are now informed that the directors appointed to look after their interests have sot assembled for close upon twelve months.; that "the money they subscribed to develop their pro- perty has been banked in the secre- tary's: name, and not " in that- of the company ;^and that a week ago nearly" ¿6900 of this money was unavailable, presumably having been absorbed by the secretary. Almost the whole of the,, blame appears to be attached to the secretary ; but,, in reality,' others are even more blame...

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Barrier Miner. TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1889. The Truckers' Grievance. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

' TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1889. . T&| ^nickers* Grievance. 7 A* CÔBBBSP.ONDSNT who assumes '?: the norn de plume of W-M-M." wrote in Saturday's MINKE a somewhat ill-ad- vised letter respecting the difficulty which has arisen between the mine employers^ and the. AM.A., as to the hours of trackers' labor on Sundays. "W;M.M.," judging from the lengthy .correspondence which: was published yesterday, and is continued to-day, " does not enjoy the same opinions upon the matter as the majority of his fel lo^^orkingmen; Some of the argu mfenCái .ne employed in support pfc his. conteorjfjoii. {hat the truckers haye no such Tj grieyan ce as to warrant the Miners' Association taking the stand it has done, pre, .jon, the face of them, absurd ; ¿«nd it is, therefore, not sur- prising that «o large.a number of mern, hers shoujd have embraced the; first opportunity of refuting some of the first correspondent's extraordinary statements/ . If " W.M.M." be a mern ber. of the association-and he says ...

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NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

NOTICE OF MAILS. . To AND moat ADXLATDX.-Leave Ade- laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except ^- JSunfoys.^ Saturdays, 6.15 a.m;,only. Armé Bràâ ' ^ V.nir except Mondays. " Sundays, 2.25 a.m. only. : Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 p.m. and 10 . p.m.,: . except . Saturdays. Sundays, i 10 p.mronly. i Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45 p.m., i except Sundays. Mondays, 8.45 p.m. only. EURIOWTB.-Leave~Broken HilL Tuesday and Friday, 7 p.m. via Silverton, arrive Euriowie, Wednesdays and ..... Saturdays, 4.30 p.m............ LeaveEuriowie, Tuesdays and Thursdays, - 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken Hill, Wed- nesdays and Fridays, 7.50 a.m. Mr. G»rs.-Leave Broken HUI, Mon- day, Tuesday; Thursday, and Satur- days, at 10 a.m. ; arrive at Mount Gipps, at 12.15 p.m. Leave Mt. Gipps Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday";- at 3 pim. ; arrive Broken M ill at 5.3ft; p:m:; ' - , . ^ >r -, Rovsv ?HrtL.^-Leave Bróken Hill daily (Sunday excepted), 10 a.m. : arrive Bound Hill; 11.15 a.m. Leave Bound Hill, A p.m.; arrive ...

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Truckers' Grievances. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER, MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

Truckers1 Grievances. IO THE EDITOB OF THE BARRIES, MISEE. ! SIB,-Knowing how impartial- yon are to all who" come: to you for fair play, if even " W.M.M. " whosays: he is a miner," also a member of the A.M. A., I write to express my belief tha* he is neither one nor the other. . "But if he is a member, I hope hejwill bring his complaints to the weekly meetings in r preference to airing them in the public Press. ; There we shaU Bee and know him as he is; and not under the.name of V'W.MM." He stabs a body of men in the. dark with a. poisoned arrow.. Now, Sir, I say we must stand by thé truckers in this or "do" away with- our ?rules or a part of them. " W.M.M." is very hot on truckers, or so called " strip- lings." Many of . them are. middle-aged men, with families, and many other'B are smart, young .men, - some of whom have fiUed the place, of .ininers before coming here at all.' And he thinks they are better paid than miners, "considering the danger to us; to say nothing pf pur skill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

^artïiers^îjpr |to.üm ^y E beg respectfully to inform our constituents that «we : have admitted Mr. G. A. Mills as a .. partner - in our . business as Printers and Publishers of the " Barrier Miner " evening news ^Jpapor^-and the bu^ùiëss jiff? future will be carried on under the name of Fenton, Knight, and Mills. In order, therefore, to close the hooks of thefrecent partner- ship as quickly :' as possible, prompt settlement of the accounts rendered will be :^estéeme"d":a favor. :' :. FENTON and KNIGHT. Public Notices. PRINTING. BILLHEADS HANDBILLS MENU CARDS RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS ENVELOPES, &o. COLOK ANS ARTISTIC PAINTING a specialty, FENTON, KNIGHT AND MILLS BABBDCK MINSK Omos Argonb Street. TATTERSALLS MONSTER CON^ SULTATIONS. HAWKESBURY AUTUMN HANDI- CAP-Run at Hawkesbury, 13th April, 1889. 2000 Subscribers at £1 eaeh, 2000. First horse,1 £1000 ; second horse £300 j third horse, £200 ; starters, £250 ; non- starters, £250 ; to be divided amongst them. SYDNEY CUP-Ru...

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Red Hill S.M. Co. WHERE ARE THE FUNDS? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

Red Hill S.M. Co. WHERE ARE THE FUNDS ? ; « YESTERDAY evening an ? extraordinary, general meeting of the shareholders in the Bed Hill Silver ¿ Mining : Company was held at the Bonanza Hotel, to receive the statement of Mr. J. H. Cummins, the delegate sent to Melbourne to interview the secretary and investigate the financial condition of the company. There were some 20 gentlemen present, and Mr. Pbilippson having been voted to the chair, called upon Mr. Cummins to make his statement. The latter gentleman then rose and stated that in accordance with .the commission entrusted to him, he pro- ceeded to Melbourne and saw Mr. Davies, the secretary, who informed him that all the books and papers and information were in readiness for the meeting of the shareholders convened by advertisement. But at the meeting na one was present save Mr. Fischer, and the delegate him- self, so it lapsed. Davies telephoned that he was detained at the Supreme Court, having to appear as a witness. Mr. , Cummin...

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Bad Company. CHARGED WITH LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

Bad Company. CHARGED WITH LARCENY. THE police court was crowded this morning when Joseph Josephs and Lena Wilson were presented before Mr. W. P. Tompson, J.P., conjointly charged with the theft of a watch and steel chain of the value of about £2 ; also of a cheque-   book and £l-notes, the property of a man named Thomas McEwen. Josephs is a man with features of the Hebrew type, and cast in a decided repulsive mould. The woman is young, and has some claim to good looks though the   traces of past life are apparent in her countenance. The allegation is that the offence was committed on Sunday night, when Thomas McEwen accompanied both the accused to the house of a Mrs. Fraser in Wolfram-street, and stayed with the female prisoner. Constable Nolan testi- fied that yesterday afternoon he went to the house in Wolfram-street, and saw the female accused ; he also found the watch and steel chain (produced) lying on her dressing-table ; she said she found the articl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

Told to a Portrait.; ä CHAPTER XU.^(Contmued.) : " That night T walked about the streets with my, child in my arms. Twa alternatives were/ before me, and from both I shrank. I could go to the w^qrk . .". uouse,-I, Vera Holroyd,--or I" could seek warmth and shelter in a common "lodging-house. ' / " There was yet a third refuge-the ;river. -When I Btood gazing that knight into its abysmal blackness, in which the brightness of the city lights was gloomily reflected, I thought as ¡I j clasped my baby tighter to my breast I 'that it would be kinder after all, to . save her from the misery and wretched ness of. the life that seemed before her. j " It"would be but one struggle, and how mnch pain saved ! Thank God I was - Í drawn back from that temptation. 'i Next night, weary and despondent, X took refuge in a common, lodging house, among the dregs and off-scouri ^gs^óL" society.;, In. such pestilential hovejs, though cattle would be ill .?.boused in them, thousands of men and . - women wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 April 1889

Amusements. i JJ\ HEAT R B ROYAL. Proprietor ....... .. Mr. W. J. Cummins Under the management of S. F. Travers-Vale 8tage Manager.Mr. Jr Musgrave TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. THE MYSTERY OF A HANSOM CAB. Powerfully, pourtrayed by the combined i strength of TRAVERS-VALE'S DRAMATIC . COMBINATION, a-isted by Miss VICK HÜTHWAITE (Mrs. j.' W. Fairchild), who has kindly consented to pourtray the character of Sal Rawlins. . -.Prices-4s, 3s, and 2s. J 0RYSTAL SKATING RLNK. . OPEN DADLY. Sessions : Morning(L«diesonly,free),10 to 12; afternoon (Public), ¿2.30 to 5; evening 7-30 to 10. . '. Prices of admhwion, ls. Use of skates, ls. ! Private Skates (unless ^ purchased from the Management) will be oharged 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. ,p_ - : : ; " CRYSTAL SKATING RINK. \ TO-NIG...

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A Rich Tin Mine. MAGNIFICENT PROSPECTS. PORT DARWIN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 10 April 1889

A Rich Tin Mine. ? ---?- ; MAGNIFICENT PROSPECTS. _ PoBT ÏXlBwnr. Wednesdav. : The Mount Shoobridge Tin Mining Company's dressing machinery waa started by the Government Resident (Hon. J. L. - -Parsons) yesterday. It is working beau- tifully and steadily. The company has a large number of to os of ore at grass, and the manager expects that the yield will be about 50 tons of oxide monthly, valued at £60 per ton on the spot. The lode at thel00-ft^levelis6ft. wide, carrying 25 per cent, of oxide, assaying 70 per cent. puremetaL.

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The Price of Meat. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 10 April 1889

The Price of Meat -« ADELAIDE, Wednesday, -T ^ The butchers this morning announce a rise..of ld. per lb. on meat all round. This'incraase is stated to be in conse- quence of the extraordinary advance in the price of fat stock. :

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Transcontinental Line. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 10 April 1889

Transcontinental Line. VF--- ~ ' ? ADELAIDE, Wednesday: Survey parties started by this morning's ' North trahi to continue the survey of the transcontinental line to a point 250 mile" further, on which will bring them to Barfs Creek. This is 950 miles from Adelaide.

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