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Disturbing the "Harmy." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Disturbing the "Harmy." WILLIAM COLEMAN, while in a state of intoxication yesterday evening, amused himself by annoying the gathering of howlers, drummers, and blazers, which gathers nightly on the reserve close by the post office, and holds what is called a service. He was arrested by the police, &nbsp; and would probably have been let off lightly this morning in the police court for what was little more than an act of retaliation for the annoyance caused by this noisy "worship" to the general &nbsp; public; but he had also indulged in obscene language last night. This offence could not be overlooked, and brought upon the accused a fine of £1, with the alternative of 14 days imprisonment. For being drunk and disorderly he was fined only 5s, with the alternative of a 24 hours spell in the lockup.
Not Wise. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Not Wise. A MAN named Frederick Wise, who owned to being 59 years old, was pre- sented to Mr. Gower, P.M., this morning, charged with having been drunk in Argent-street yesterday afternoon, and having then wilfully broken the window of William O'Connor. He pleaded &nbsp; guilty, and expressed his sorrow for what he had done. Mr. Gower told him that at his age he ought to be ashamed of him- self for behaving in this manner. Mr. &nbsp; &nbsp; O'Connor stated that the man came into his office drunk, and would not leave, and on being pushed out, deliberately put his arm through the glass. Wise was ordered &nbsp; to pay 10s., the amount of the damage, and a fine of £1 ; in default, levy in &nbsp; distress or a week in gaol.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Sporting^ gROKEN HILL ATHLÊTIÔ CLUB* Annual, Meeting To be held on the Broken Hill Raceourse on FRIDAY, May 24,1889. Queen's -Birthday. THE BROKEN HILL SHEFFIELD HANDICAP of £105, 135 yards. First prize .... £70 Second prize ... 20 Third prize ... 10 Fourth prize - . .. 5 Nomination. 10s.; acceptance, 10s. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of £25, 120 yards,over 10 flights of hurdles 3ft. 6in. First prize, £15 ; second prize, £5 ; third prize, £3 ; fourth prize, £2. Nomination, 5s ; acceptance, 5s. QUARTER MILE HANDICAP of £20, 440 yards. First prize, £15; second j prize, £3; third prize, £2. Nomination, 6a ; acceptance, 2s 6d. MILE, HANDICAP of £15, One Mile, > First prize, '' £10 ; second prize, £3 ; third prize, £2. Nomination, 5s ; ac- ceptance, 2s 6d.» WALKING. HANDICAP of £8, One Mile. First prize, £5 ; second prize, £2 ; third prize, £1. Nomination, 2s 6d ; acceptance, 2s 6d. SILVERFIELD, HANDICAP, of £10, 100 yards, for all bona fide minera and ¡ smelters. First prize, £7 ; second pr...
Love and Jealousy. CHAPTER I. THE BERNEES OF THE BURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Love and Jealousy. 'ÏAÏ&mi&H CHAPTER: I. . '5 IT'PhO j THE BERNEES OF THE BURNING. I NeÁR'tB'é end of a dark autumn day] not many years ago,- a yoong couple! returning from their bridal tour, ar> rivedäby I steamer at the old city of Korfojk,;.. and, taking a hack, drove directly to the best inn. " fi. \ They were attended by the gentlej ¿man ft valet and lady's maid,: and enr cumbered beside* with a great amount of Tfiggage, sothat altogether their api ^msm^Wás 'áo promising that^the landlord of the ' Anchor ' came forward in- person to receive them and bow them^nto the best parlor.- -; ! ? [ . The gentleman registered .himself V^d^Vparty r as -Mr.. anders,* ^Lypn B^^eyre, of Black HaUr Yirgiïiût, sand twjóer^t»:; uf^t" " ) .-fi*! 3Ye shall need a private parlor and "chamber communicating for our' own use^ and a couple bf bedrooms for out .servants,' said* Mr, Berners. r-^orr . :H ^ïïeyshsjl be prepared immediately^ /rep^tBellandlord. ? S-kc-Vï tibi \ ar,fc*We'sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
_ Special Advertisements. p BORGE C. BOWEN ANT» CO., 'V* Sharebrokers and Commission | Agents, 4, "Carrington Chambers, Argent- j Btreet. ,....>'... HALES ; BROTHERS, Sharebrokers, - ;ahd Mining Agents. Syndicates; formed. Companies floated. 71, King William-street, Adelaide. ANTHONY S. FOTHERINGHAM, SHABEBBOKJBS, Royil Exchange, Adelaide. Member Stock Exchange of . Adelaide. IfolffcFT iTTT ' ?. '-. MR. WYMAN BROWN " Qate Warden at Silverton y'warßtyUd HUI), ¡ \ . MINING AND "LAND5 AGENT, -"^Victoria-chambers, CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY. J EGAL.ÏMHN1RÎEDWARD3, of -M Deniliquin, SOIJCITOB, &C, Com jmisBiqners for ; Affidavits (New-'Sooth ^aleS(,and&lt; Queensland). w,.,New. Offices in the Commercial Rooms, ?? Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court ^h-oiwe.^-.:;; - M. R I O H A R D S, ' " CHEMIST ÀKD DRUGGIST. Argent-street, Broken Hill. WamerV Safe Core, 5s 6d bottle ' ?PoreLimejuice, quarts3s r **Eno'á Fruit Salt, 3s. . . 1 TV''lt' 8 ÍB A B B O Q : K J 1 n-'; »*...
BARRIER MINER. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1889. The North Country. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
^WB^ILY^Ä^RIL ll, 1889, _ The North Country. f THE^s^rtingf 6f ethe^orViireffliníg plant . on ^hè Mount Shoobridge Tin Mining ; Gompany'a[ property ^iii/^the;:'Northern l^tótóry' will haye ,:ibeendistinct gjaneral benefit if - it shall awaken any amount of interest iii that'much neg; lecjtgd part known asíÍNorthfAu^raliá; It is art extraordinary fact .that ;the general: body of the people of these ' colonies .take no interest whatever in ! topmost important part (of .the ; con- tinent^ and the ; intelligence which /has come from Port Darwin by tele - nehnessloithe stanniferoos deposits at Mouo^ Shoebririgea jftU9t alone be caU cj^Bdjbo make, intelligentAustralians ask of one jráother ^whether, they are not neglecting ene ofthe pearls of their country// There are, indeed, few lands which contain at a depth of 100¡ feet a lode ofi tin^ bre 6 feet in width Jcarry ing 25\p^r¿cent. oxide, whicht latter will retUTn^0.pec,cent:'of [metallic tin; and the cfcpriqrjr^^ this is s^eiy^Qrti^ .pa...
Charity Organisation. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Charity Organisation. A MEETING of the Charity Organisation Society was held at the Carrington Hall on Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. C. &nbsp; G. E. Ashworth resigned the treasurer- ship on account of his leaving the dis- trict. The offices 0f secretary and &nbsp; treasurer were then combined. A large number of cases had been relieved since the last meeting ; and the following &nbsp; contributions have been received :—Mr. T. Coombe, £5 5s. ; Dr. Belgrave, £2 2s. ; Father Connelly, £1 1s. ; W. E. Raine, £1 1s. ; collected by Mrs. Howard, £6 5s. ; collected by Father Connelly, £2 10s; Father O'Connell, £1 1s.; Mrs. M'Phee, £1 1s. Accounts amounting to £4 7s. 4d. were passed for payment, and an amount of £2 5s. is still outstanding. The chairman thanked Mrs. and Miss Howard on behalf of the society.
Not Substantiated. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Not Substantiated. THE great unwashed were present in great force in the police court to-day to hear the case of larceny against Joseph Josephs and Lena Wilson, charged on remand with having stolen a watch and chain, a cheque hook, and five £1-notes, the pro- perty of one Thomas McEwen, on Sun- day night last. Mr. Raymond announced that he was undertaking the defence in lieu of Mr. Edwards. Constable Nolan's evidence of the arrest, taken at the last hearing, was read over and he was cross- examined closely, but without shaking his testimony. Thomas McEwen, a man apparently between 30 and 40 years of age and who follows the occupation of a miner and resides in the town, was then sworn. He stated that he was at White's hotel on Sunday night, and there joined company with both the accused. A dis- pute arose about paying for some drinks, and he was struck. He was drunk at the time and had no clear recollection what passed afterwards. He had the money stated in his pocket when struck, bu...
Burra Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 April 1889
Burra Notés. TYPHOID fever ia still holding the fort atf the; Barral ; Since :my'-last-(write* our correspondent) there have been two death», afc the local hospital, ^ahd tooday, Miss L. Symons, a mach' respected teacher of the; Government school, diecLf The young lady Was' about 20. years/of age, and^ was born in the Burra. Quite a scare ,has aet in .amongat many-; of the; résidents.' The hospital is still full, several local 'patientojbising|thèrë&u/v| j |"T/ jk VI 4 } - ' There has'been any'amount of raul here during the past week. Pigs and sheep in plenty have been washed down the Burra Creek. Everything is thoroughly soaked, and grass is to be seen coming on fast. -: H w The Jlnghsh .company, which has for some time been Jthmking about purchas- ing'; the Burra!; mine| |has, it appears, funked inrit. flt is sai&Üie bargain is off, and the deposit'fórfeifed) The tributen who have,been''at¿w0rkJpii the property, for some time past are about throwing it up, the pric...
Suicided in a Rage. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
. Suicided in, a Rage. ] . i* . MKIBOUBNI, Friday. *A waggon belonging to a farmer named Charles Teelbar became atnck in the mud neaje NJiilL Teelba? sent for an extra. > man and horses ta get the vehicle out. While, .the messenger was away the fanmfostrangled himself by tying a cord tova fence and going on his knees, thus straining on the rope. Deceased was pos- sessed of a moat violent temper, and it is thought he killed himself when in a rage on account of his waggon becoming stuck in the mud. - .
Peculiar Circumstances. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
Peculiar Circumstances. w SYDNEY, Friday. ' The jury sitting in the coronal inquiry mtoXavinia'Dines' death fou-id that the dèâtï ;ha4 been accelerated by pills administered by Dr. and Mrs. Smith -.with the object of procuring abortion. The coroner said that this waa tantamount to returning a verdict of murder against the Smiths; Upon hearing this the jury reconsidered their verdict, and, having been, locked up, resolved that the woman died of peritonitis and perforation of the large mtestine, but how arising there.was* no- evidence to Bhow. - The hospital' authorities were censured for their care- lessness in failing to conduct a post mortem. _? ?
On a Circular Saw. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
On a Circular Saw. AK employé of the Proprietary mine named Peter Redman, who h«d charge of a circular.aaw m the'timber shed, met with a painful and disabling accident thu iPorniBg. ^While attending to i the saw, he slipped on an iron plate and his left hand came in contact with the re- volving teeth, which in a trice took off three of his fingers. The sufferer was at- tended to on the spot by Dr. Blaxland, ande was then removed to the hospital. Fortunately he had had the foresight to become a member of the Miners' Associ- ation, and so is enti'led to accident pay while laid upi
Baseball. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
Baseball. A BASEBALL match, Broken Hill v. Silver-" ton, the" latter assisted by Mr. H. H. Simpson, the All-America player, was contested on the local recreation reservé yesterday afternoon. The Broken Hill men won by one mn and one man to spare. Mr. Koehler umpired, and Messrs. Stewart and Robertson captained the winners and losers respectively.. In thé evening a pleasant gathering was held at the York Hotel.: and Mr, Simpson left for Adelaide by the midnight train to arrange au intercolonial match between Adelaide and Melbourne, to take place at the latter city. He intends returning to Broken Hill in about six weeks, when he will coach a team to play against metro- politan nines. He is behoved to hold a high opinion of Broken Hill baseballers.
Block 14. WEEK'S RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
Block 14. WEEK'S RUN. The two smelters at this mine were in blast all the week, and the return for that time IB :- " "' -T-\ ' Ore treated . 613 tons Bullion produced... 159 tons Silver .15,616 oas. The amount of silver on'the last weekly return was 16,449 ounces, or 833 ounces more than thia week.
Thanks to the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
Thanks to the Hospital. MK. W. V. PÜKCEH,, . one of the com- posing staff of the HISTOR, who has been' several weeks in the hospital from a most acute attack of typhoid fever, has so far recovered that he was last night enabled to set out on a recuperating tour. While in the hospital he has been nursed by Mrs. Purcell, his mother, who is. the experienced matron of the Inglewood (Vic.) Hospital ; and she, before leaving, requested the publication of the following letter of thanks-a request which is most willingly acceded to :-" On leaving Broken Hill 1 would like, through your columns, to return my sincere thanks to the hospital authorities for permitting me to stay in the hospital ; to Dra. Groves and Bennett, and Mrs. Birkhill, the matron, for their great kindness and attention ; also to the nurses and wards men who rendered every assistance tb.me while nursing my son,"