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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
A DVERTISERS will oblige, when for warding Advertisements for inaer tion in THE BARRIER MINER, by writing the NUMBER OT INSERTIONS on the face pf the copy, IN ALL OASIS where this rule is not complied with¿ the Adver- tisement will appear until countermanded and charged accordingly. : . Anyone ordering advertisements or printing on behalf of any Syndicate pr Company, Society, Committee, * &c., will be held personally. responsible for pay- ment. . " .,...;! FENTON, KNIGHT, and MILLS. Sole Proprietors, . Business Announcements. 'Míítdí'£t.8-B ist] ,b->v;t.o:/: jpnj; ;âVA T j T OPPOSITE-FINN'S HOTEL, ARGENT-STREET. ,^,THE BARRIER Money Saved is Money Earned. VOTJ canal] save money by purchasing your, GROCERIES from Messrs.1 "WALSH and SON, the proprietors, they having opened the above pre mises with a splendidly-assorted Stock, at prices lower than any other house! | Please note a few of our prices : Snowdrop Sugarier lb p: ... 0^13^ VmegarXGrimblefs), per bottle ... Oil Pan...
Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Told to a Portrait. ' CHAPTER XIII.-(Continued.) I bade the sexton good-night and strolled away. But the thought of the woman who had been found stretched upon oïïrrchil67s^r»vè haunted me. I could not . brush it ".aside. Twice I turned to go' to the cottage' where she lay, and each time I told myself I was a fool,'and walked on. ,«âàfc last Iicould bear it- no Ronger. I moved rapidly, with- a terrible vague fear gnawing at my heart, in the direc- tion of the cottage tie had pointed out. .Hardly.stopping to knock, I lifted the ^*ía|ch and enjbéfèd.'if " 1. ' ^ !î?i-»jPtiî í^gárt's dearest, how shall I re- call the agony of that hour? . .There you lay, you whom Lhad been seeking, wan axid carewbr^ " with thé déath-dèw damp upon your pale forehead. The old wo ^men, prangere ~áñdf yet ; friends,.."who why I do not know. Ton émiledin. niy face as you lay (foryou had not strength tdispsak), and you; died in myiiarms after all. ffirtmiA. j Thus we had been riven asunder: thus were-we' fin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Directory.^ '?. A. BRICE and CO., Produce \Mel ? chant and Auctioneers, Bleniie-st. A RMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and Operative Chemist, Argent-atreet. : BOAJS BROS., Drapers and Clothiers, Argent-street._',_ BRICKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. ; BETTERIDGE RUPERT, Conaultíng Chemist, 40 yean' ' experience, Argenfr-Btreet South._. ' i BERTHY, J., Hairdresser and. Tobac- conist, Argent-street. \. " I CLARK and BALL, Solicitors, &c,, Argent-street. ^ . ^ .:.^¿4. GHARSLET and CH^RK, Share brokers, Farhange, Argent-atreet. ' COPLEY, J., Bladmnith,T Wheel- wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street. DU RD2U, W. P., Grocer and Tea Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent? street. ? &lt;? ". : TRENTON, KNIGHT, ira MILLS. Plain and Fancy Letter-press Prinj tera, Argent a^eet. -." ¡ GEDDES, PREST, and HOCKING; Ironmongery andTimber Merchants, Argent-street. ; TTOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and Fruiterers, Argent-street South. JONES and YOUNG, Sharebroke...
STRAY NOTES. AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
STRAY NOTÉS. * AGRIQUIÎÏÛJÂAL STATISTICS;:: } ; Ora off trie irioaí interesting, but. at the : same time most unsatisfactory, .statistical statements issued for à long time has been5 brought out by Mr. Coghlan, the New South Wales Government Statist. It is in connection with the. wheat and hay crop for 1889' j, and, ^as! has . been ascer tained hitherto from other sources, the yield is most hnia^actqry;, -iLr.^Coghlah puta dows the . wheat crop for 1889 at 1,450,423 bushels, as against 4,695,847 in 1888,-while the- decrease in the acreage, under, cultivation is set down at 83,187. -Maize is given at 4,912,004 bushels, as against 4,953,125 bushels, and the de- crease ; in.^ acreage . at 5,486 ; barley is calculated > ton yield 36,709: bushels as against 84,533 bushels, the decrease in acreage being 1,091; oats, 110,916 bushels, as against 394,762 bushels, decrease in acreage 11,419 ; wheaten hay, 46,045 too?, as against 70,392 tons ; oaten hay, 43,751 tona, as against 96,126 tons,...
Work for the Workless. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
u."'^i- - ====== " Work for Ahe Workless. ' ---??--. MELBOURNE. Thursday. The Melbourne Harbor Trust "has accepted contracts amountingto £220,000, - most of them in connection with the filling of the West Melbonrne swamp. . Only one tender was received from an English-firm, and that was for constructing ' hopper; bargeB. The English price was ?:'40,per cent, below the next colonial rate/ :_ Consideration of this item was deferred.
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Broken Hill Share Market ' "?'/ ? 12.30 p.m; , I Block 14-bnyexo, 95s 6d '^BJôcKÏ.lOr-bnyers, 54s ; sellen', 54s 6d v^rituh-bayen, 61s ; sellen,'63s -:: : ^Junctions-buy en, 12s 9d ; sellera, 13s 6d Souths (pro)-buyers, 31s 6d ; sellen, 32s 6d ScBtifcfaiad«*-buyerfl,l«l6d Céntrala ^pro)-boyera, 17s j sellers, 17s 4$d Norths-buyers, 20s 6d ; sellers, 21s 6d Koneers^buyers, 4B; sellers, 4a 2d Samsons-sellers, 20s fr ' I ;, A" , -VÍc^oTÍa;ChrosBes-buyer*, 6s6d ; sellen, Bslid* rv . ; r ifar Dances-buyen, ls ld.
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Adelaide Share Market r- AiazAmxt:Thxtnda,j.' The mirket ia strong, and, despite the general hoUday-making, good business is : being done. Baker's Creeks find some favor, while Souths are very strong and are still rising. Centrals are also eagerly inquired for, and still have an upward tendency. The sales to 2.30 p.m. were : Baker's Creek-81s 9d Carringtons-3s Mount Moors-2a 10W Block 14-968 9d British-62s , Brökens-£29 * Norths-21s 7$d ~ '"" v Souths-32s 3d - Junctions-13s 3d Centrals-17s Centrals (con.)-14s 7*d. |. Block/10-56S Victoria Cross-6s Umberumberka (con.)-6a 7^d South Extendeos-2s 9d - War Dance Extended«-lOd
The Truckers' Grievance. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
"Ftiè Truckers* Grievance. : TO .THE EDITOR OW THE BAKKIER JUNEE. SIR,-In, perusing last-night's issne 1 see that - " W.MM-'-ajfliin ' says the truckers have no grievance. Now, Sir. as a trucker at the Big mine for a long time past, I think I know aa mach as he does about our rights. In fact, 1 don't think he has Been the 316 of McCullooh's shaft, where we have to truck at times. Re going down, I would like to ask "WiMM." on what shift are there 200 men working? And do those who go down first wait until the. last , makes an appearance some. ten minutes later ? "W.MkM." might, but men don't. I am. &c. . . TRUCKER. P.Sirr-îî. W-TVT M, " can ' see my name at the MINSK:Office. . "If she's married; where's1 her hus- band? "- asked Mr. Gower. " Jn Wil- cannia gaol," was the senior-sergeant's all-sufficing answer.
Important Mining Suit. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Important Mining Suit. I THE case of the application in the local Warden's court of Jnstin McCarthy, to ' establish bis . claim- to ; portion 40, parish of Picton, the previous, holder, Walter j Penglase, having tailed to comply with, the ' regulations, was continued up to 9.30 p.m. I yesterday, and resumed to-day at. noon.; ! After the brief report given in'the MINER yésterday had closed, the examination of ¡John A^jBj£2$M»S>eoD^anéd; and j Christian'' Baum,Thomas McGubbin, and William Dingle also gave evidence ¡that the ground was not pegged and other of the nuning regulations were not observed by Penglase. ' Waiter; Penglase then - gave evidence at. full length, e^laining that by«virtue, of bis" i mineral license he pegged and trenched' block 40 on October 10,1887, and put up^ the proper notice, and had a great deal of j work: done on the' ' land; and had always paid at least one man's wages to work, on the claim."' í>Hisíevidence ;was- not con I eluded last night. ? To-day...
The Angus Mine. ITS FAILURE TO FLOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
The Angus Mine. ITS FAILURE TO FLOAT. IT waa yesterday .stated that, notwith- standing the oft repeated assurance pf the local brokers to the contrary, the .Angus Silver Mining Company had failed to Afloat. . The brokers in question have, since; this' become known, been charged with duplicity'in that, while knowing that the company was not floated, they have announced that it had been. It is now authorita- tively stated that the company is not floated. The shares had been fully applied for, but several of the applicants! have failed to meet their engagements, and so the company cannot at present be considered formed. The announcement that the company was floated was on the strength"of -telegrams received from the principal brokers, Messrs. Pearson and Co., of Adelaide. It was not until Tues- day morning that the promoters actually knew.-of.the. failure:; and subsequent -.to this the. local brokers, Messrs. Thbmaa and Co., received the information. It is expected that all money paid ...
Strange Conduct. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Strange Conduct. WHEN a man is in the habit of arousing all his neighbors on account of domestic broils or in search of his wife to beat, he must expect to meet with the same fate as did August Berg, a man of fluent speech, but who speaks English with a strong German accent, in the police court this morning. He was charged with riotous behavior, and Constable Powell stated that, having been summoned to the neighborhood of the Proprietary Com- pany's dam at 2 o'clock this morning, he found the prisoner running from house to house in a very excited manner and look- ing for his wife, causing a great uproar. He did not appear to be drunk, but the &nbsp; &nbsp; neighbors said he had turned his wife and children out of doors. The wife was called, and, amid sobs, stated that her husband was becoming strange in his mind lately, she could not tell why, but it was not from drink. He often beat her and turned her out of doors, and the children followed her as they were all afra...
Charges Against Brokers. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Charges Against Brokers. IN consequence of certain allegations made in the local morning paper that one local firm of brokers has been guilty of a deliberate attempt to bear the market by dishonest means, and as the name of R. L. Thomas and Co. had been reported to the Exchange as being the brokers in &nbsp; question, they have, through Mr. R. L. Thomas, requested that a full investiga- tion should be made. Mr. Thomas, as a &nbsp; member of the Exchange, has the right to &nbsp; make the request ; and, for the reputation &nbsp; of his firm, is desirous that no time should be lost in conducting the fullest inquiry possible. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;