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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 10 April 1889
- SpecialAdvertisements. GEORGE 0. BOWEN AND CO., Sharebrokers and Commission Agenta, 4,' Carrington Chambers, Argent street. .. * HALES BROTHERS, Sharebrokera and Mining Agents. Syndicates formed. Companies floated. 71, King William-street, Adelaide. A NTHONY S. FOTHERINGHAM, " A-; , SHABBBBOKEB, Royal Exchange, Adelaide. Member Stock Exchange of Adelaide^. ;f |. ? r p - : , Tl/r R. W Y MAN BROWN Qà£ Wàràé£ ate Silverton ï * xand BröKen Hül), -MINING- AND LAND AGENT, . . , 04, .Victoria-chambers, OisrixáKAOB. STBBET, SYDNÍY. TEGALI-JOHN R. EDWARDS, of I j.^tilPeniKquini.; SOLICTTOB, &c., Com-'j ' ¡nuo^pjner^ifori. Affidavits (New South tealesand^Qaeensland). : New Offices .tn &lt;the Commercial : Rooms, ,&lt; Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house. .'. . ;.>.-'?.. "' t-tJ^ .M. R I O H A R D S, CHXMXST AND DRUGGIST. Argent-street^ Broken Hill. ; : W^àrnèr's Safe Core, 5s 6d bottle Pùre'LTiàejuice, quarte 3s » ?> Eno's Fruit Salt, 3s. _ 7- -tl t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 10 April 1889
Directory;, ÂA: BRICE and CO., Produce >Mel . chant and Auctioneers, Blende-st. A BMSTRONG H. C., Consulting ätfd Operative Chemist, Argent-Htreet. ! BOAN BROS., Drapers and Clothiers, Argent-street. ^ ? BRICKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. ETHERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting | Chemist, 40 years" experience Argent-street South. ' j BERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobac- conist, Argent-street. ; . . : j , LARK and HALL, Solicitors, &ei. Argent-street. ???? CHARSLEY and CLARK,; Sharf brokers, Exchange, Argent-street. OPLET, J., Blacksmith, Wheel wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street. JJ RIEXJ, W. F., Grocer and Tea j Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent street._ . , TRENTON, KNIGHT, AX» MILLS. U Plain and Fancy Letterpress Prin- ters, Argent sVeet. j EDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, Ironmongery andTimberMercbAnts, Argent-street. TTOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and | -£*. Fruiterers, Argent-street South. JONES and YOUNG, Sharebrokers, Land and Mining Agents, Ar...
The Assembly. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 10 April 1889
The Assembly. -» STONEY, Wednesday. In the Assembly Mr. Tonkin's motion for leave to bring in a Bill to repeal the dut 7 on timber was lost by 60 to' 6.v Mr. Barbour moved and it was carried after some discussion by 48 votes to 25 that it is not advisable tb prolong the sittings of this House after ll p.m., and that, with the view of carrying out thia object, unless otherwise ordered no fresh busi- ness shall be taken after ll o'clock. _ Mr. Waddell's motion that a Bill pro- viding for the payment of members from the commencement of the present session should be brought in was not treated as a party question. The Government-gene- rally, however, opposed the motion, which nevertheless was carried by 45 to 24.
Mr. John Dillon. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Mr, John Dillon. 1 _A_:_ ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION» , -, . R ADELAIDE, Thursday Ag it were in opposition ibo . the welcome accorded that pronounced anti-Irishman, the Earl of Kintore, the Irish colonista mustered in great force this morning, and gave the Home Bule delegate. Mr. John Dillon, M.P., who also arrived by the Otient, an enthusiastic reception. Sir Grattan Esmonde and Mr. Thomas Deasy, M.P., were amongst those who welcomed the new-comer. The campaign in which these three are to engage is to commence here at once. . ; : ,.
Earl of Kintore. HIS ARRIVAL. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Earl of Kintore. ^ HIS ARRIVAL. Aj>Kil4n^Túár«&lt;iay¿ ; ïa^^qe^,.,£^eniofH!. the J5arl of BLmtore, ma family, and suite arrived by the Orient at an early hour this morning. Elaborate arrangements had been made for the reception of the hew Governor, and every detail was carried out success- fully. Plenty of bunting was everywhere-, prominently displayed ; and bands,, and military,'; and /powder . tendered their 'assistance. The difference -which had arisen between the. Government and the City Council respecting the place which the latter should occupy at the reception, was patched upi and the latter presented, their address in due course. The formai, swearing-in ceremony was p^emedcini the Town Hall.'-' ThVdt^'is'''en/(i^,'Jariäai general half holiday is being observed. ? LAME. Delightful weather isbeing experienced for Lord Kintore'* reception. The publie streets are crowded, and North Terrace is thronged. It is estimated that from 7000 to 8000 witnessed the Governor's a...
Sydney Unemployed. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Sydney Unemployed. ¡ * SYDNEY, Thursday. t Alarga crowd of- the unemployed yes- terday afternoon waited . outside Sir Henry Parkes1 office while a deputation representing them interviewed the Pre- mier. The men stated that they did not want relief works, but they did desire that works which they could do them- selves should be undertaken. They also said that some who had already been sent to work at Shea's Creek were dissatisfied, with 5s. 6d. per day. Sir Henry Parke« replied that , the Government « were« thoroughly determined that no * mere relief works should be undertaken, hap they would push on the publio works as premised- The unemployed at Shea's Cre.ek were receiving what was considered fair wages, and any other men wishing it would be sent there to do the same work at the same pay immediately. The depu- tation then said that some of the unem- ployed were actually starving. Sir Henry Parkes said that the Government had no authority to supply them with food. t The 'deputation...
The Assembly. THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
: rf; ^^-i ..The Assembly. -&lt; .THE TINANCIAL STATEMENT. _ _ SYDNEY, Thursday. The Treasurer, Mr. W. fl. MoMillan, made - his financial statement in the Assembly yesterday evening, giving the deficit at, £2,600,000. This he proposed to extinguish by setting apart 2,600,000 acres of suburban land for sale, the time pf sale r esting with a land commission. The Auditor had reported that the last finan- cial year's accounts showed a deficit of £37,000. It was estimated that the revenue for this year would be £8,958,000, and the expenditure £8,933,000, thus showing a surplus of £25,000. The Government would, he said, stand or fall by freetrade ; and with the help of the House would make the tariff an ideal freetrade one. However, they"'could hot remove any of the existing duties 'until the. imposition ; of direct taxation was agreed.upon,".Mr, ÎH.bbfU, as leader of the Opposition^ . congratulated. Mr. McMillan iipo'n the clearness and lucidity of his financial statement. '? Mr:...
The Cornwell Smelter. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
The Cornwell Smelter. DUBING to-day the repairers haye been engaged at the Cornwell., smelter, reme- dying the defect'which was made apparent on Monday afternoon. . The damage waa found tot be ; of but ' ^significant^^ propor- tions, the plates of the iron jacket only requiring to be [brought' more/ .closely together. 'It is 'anticipated that the furnace will be fagabx; charged thia even- ing. »t X . . .
NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
NÖTIGE OF MAUS. To AHÍ) raosi ADKLATDE.-Leave Ade- laide 6.16 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Sundays. Saturdays, 6.15 a.m. only. Arrive Broken Hill, 2.25 a.m. and 7.50 a.m. except Mondays. Sundays, 2.25. a.m. only. Leave Broken HOI, 7.0 p.m. . and 10 p.m.; except Saturdays. Sundays, 10 p.m.. only. . 4i . Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45p.m., except Sundays. Mondays, 8.45 p.m. only. ' '£;'' _ EURIOWIE.-Leave Broken Hill, Tuesday and Friday, 7 p.m. via Silverton, arrive Euriowie, Wednesdays 'and Saturdays, 4.30 p.m. : ^ . Leaye Euriowie, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken Hill, Wed- nesdays and Fridays, 7.50 a.m. . Mi. GIFTS.-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 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 3 p.m. ; arrive Broken H 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 Bound Hill, 4 p.m.; arrive Broken Hi...
Builders' Laborers. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Büifders' fiatidrèrà? fJ Tra ordinary ''fortnightly Wetinatsdf the Builders'. Laborers' Society was held at the ;Kiosk: last evening. '.The attendance was not large, and Mr. Smith presided. The ;only-Business, p'f( importance trans- acted was' the decisión that all members whose subscriptions are in arrear at the next meeting shall be dealt with as the rules lay down._
SCOTTISH HOME-RULE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
SCOTTISH HOME-RULE. . . LONDON, 'Wednesday. A motion brought forward in the Commons by Dr. Clarke in favor of the establishment of'a separate Par- liament to, deal with Scottish affairs was negatived by ai majority of 121 votes.' Mr. Gladstone spoke against the motion, being of opinion that the time was not ripe for such an amend- ment in the constitution.'
CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
-MÑCENTIMTES^ Thé Norwegian barque Bona Fides, coal-laden, bas been' wrecked "off the Queensland coast. All thy crew '.were ? ; «vedi ß% J. v S &lt;L? I Theresia[now littlechine* "ofthe Op- position iii the Victorian Assembly ; form- ing à solid organisation. I ;-There are 700 tons of. rich ;tia ore on surface at the Mount Shoebridge mine, Northern Territory.. . " . : ^, \ I It is expected that the Conwell smelter will be re-started some time to-night. , " A.M.A." : The publication of your letter would do no good. It would simply bring the society you belong to into con twnptand ridicule. Meet "W.M.M.V' argument by argument and not by ridi- cule, threats and jeers, and we vwiU wfllmgly give you space. y-. Í.*; lt is yet possible that Bishop Pearson, dfNewcastle, may recover from his great mental depression. . The insanity has now föthin£ .... gilliam Graijt, an old Waterloo soldier, ria* died at Wallsend, aged 105 years. Contracts for £220,000 have been let for improvements ...
Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Theatre Royal, . * THE fourth production of ".The Mystery of a Hansom Cab " was/'witnessed in the Theatre-Boyal last night by a moderate" house. ¿jSince ^' The' Mystery " was .first 'put on the performances of the actors have varied considerably. Mr. Maitland, who, aa Brian Fitzgerald, the natural nobleman of the creation, was At times hardly bear- able on Saturday night, has BO improved that last evening his was ono of the most meritorious' pourtrayals; Miss Lena Salinger played the part of Madge, the heroine. ¿The ; jcKaracter-3 of Rosanna Moore,' otherwise Frettiby;'otherwise The Queen, was excellently assumed' by Miss' Leslie. The scenery by Mr. Marques was again highly appreciated. -To.:night "The Cannon's Mouth " will be reproduced, interspersed-with 'songs and specialities.
Hospital Patients. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Hospital Patients. THREE is a noticeable and highly satis- factory decrease in the number of typhoid fever patients admitted to the hospital daring fhe past day or two. At present there are bat 19 fever sufferers in the institution, there being altogether 29 under treatment for various ills; including typhoid. Several of those who have been for some time inmates are almost recovered. These .include Mr. W.V. Purcell, vice-president of the Typo- graphical Association. He intends: leav- ing Broken Hill shortly for a holiday trip, subsequently returning to Broken Hill. " A * Stripling' , who can earn his living anywhere": We really cannot publish _-~«»r letter. Abuse is no argument, vi" ia_our cause, and it would only
Broken Hill Hospital. MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Broken Hill Hoápitál. ; MEETING OF COMliiTTEE. ; .THE committee of the local hospital at the Grand Hotel last night, held their ,08081 monthly . meeting.. .The. Rev.. R. Keith Mackay presided, and Drs. Thompson and Groves, and Messrs. Bristowe, Christmas, Abbot$g£B2 P. -King .(treasurer); anèflT.: '.M'Henry1 Clark were ^aWb'preserifc '3 Mr.' Charles CounseU,,the/recently appointed secretary 'and" dispenser, and Mr. T. Webb, tibe late acting-secretary pro icm,, were in attendance. A communication from the Government 'was received stating that the subsidy due. would be paid as soon as certain informa- tion required had been received. It was stated that this information had been sent. -j»; cfs (py&lt;% 'if A I'commtunication fromJ' the local Athletic ¡ Club ; promising - to' assist in arranging and carrying out, sports in aid of the.hospital funds.but desiring that the sports1 meeting should be postponed for a time, was acknowledged to be ordered with thanks. Mr. W."H.çPatton w...
An Operating Table. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
An Operating Table. UNDOUBTEDLY, the most excellent piece of furniture, which will find, a home in the. new "hospital^building iá an operating, table, specially constructed by Millikan, of North Terrace, Adelaide. The materials of xwhich the table is constructed are ^oalt / andWàsh* ; \ «id > these - are putí together after designa taken from the furniture used for similar purposes in the celebrated Guy's Hospital, London. The table is fitted with all the requisite racks, rests, and stands : and the top issocon structed that it can .be bodily removed. So excellent a .design do professionals deem it that it is understood the manage- ment of the Adelaide Hospital, upon seeing it determined to procure one of exactly similar manufacture. The cost is £35, which is considered most reasonable.
Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] RISING SUN EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] RISING SUK EXTENDED. TH 19 claim is close to the Hising, San property, and is ander the same manage- ment. It is intended to postpone ali pros- pecting work.and-push down the main shaft. A fair body of ore of poor quality^ has been recently disclosed on this pro- perty, and the manager is of the opinion that the prospects warrant the proper development of the mine, which oan only be done by sinking to a depth. There has been too mach " prospecting" and too little legitimate . mining done on most of our outside claims. KEW BROKEN HILL EXTENDED joins Block 10 on the south-west. It has a shaft sank for a depth of one hundred and fifty (150) feet, and a contract was let on Tuesday for an additional hundred (100) feet. Nothing has yet been found of value on this property. THE SOOTH EXTENDED is under the management of Mr. Price. Themain shaft is down about one hun- dred and seventy eight (178) feet. A drift is going at the one hundred and seven...