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Know all Men! [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
Know all Men! ACCORDING to the Electoral Act, to-mor- row is the last day for the receipt of ap- plications for names to be added to the electoral roll. Despite all that has been said of names having been omitted, only three applications have as yet been re- &nbsp; ceived at the local courthouse by the &nbsp; authorised receiver, the clerk of petty sessions. Either the police performed their work of collecting names wonderfully well in January, or great indifference is being displayed by persons eligible as electors. It is generally the case that a &nbsp; great fuss is made over the roll just before and after an election, but that the means for securing the right of the franchise are not taken at the proper time. The local revision court, consisting of a full bench of justices, will sit on Tuesday May 7, and after the roll has been revised it will be sent to Sydney, no further alteration or emendation being then possible.
The North Mine. ANOTHER DISAPPOINTMENT. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
- The North Mine. ANOTHER DISAPPOINTMENT. [BY- OUB MINING- REPORTER. 1 LAST Friday,1 in the columns of the MINER, ;I advised investors to be very careful with .the North mine stock, partly on account : of the changeable nature bf the formation the manager was drifting through, and -more BO on account of the suspicious conduct of the directors in shutting down the mine to reporters for a week at a time. That my strictures were fully justified will he apparent upon perusing the '-following ? report. - Las; Friday morning, when I was admitted to the lower levels of this property, I found that the drift WAS in good galena ore for a distance of fully BIS (6) feet, going as neat as possible due west. Some' of this stuff I assayed, and found it of fairly good grade, and, moreover, very easy to con- centrate ; and I ventured the opinion that it could be hand-jigged for ten shillings per ton. I also stated that, in : my opinion, this was the .main lode of the North at that level, the rest - ...
Hard Cross-Swearing. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
- Hard Cross-Swearing. TÀB important ¡mining ; suit, Justin. McCarthy versus Walter Penglase, was continued in the local court yesterday evening.' The taking of the évidence Was not concluded until 10.30 p.m., and,-con tin uibg his '. line > bf defence, Mr. Clark called witness after witness, each swear- ing, . in direct contradiction to the . testi- monies given on the other side, that the pees and notice board placed by Penglaae on the7 block of Iand: in dispute were there, until, the.. date of the. . action., The* hearing being concluded, the Warden announced that he would give his decision oh May; 8, : and would '-in the /meantime; visit the land in dispute and go carefully through the voluminous: \ depositions. Péngla"e values the property at £25,000, and, in view of the magnitude, of .'the interests involved, it ia not probable that the case will end with the Warden's decision. : Mr. ; Penglase; left the town by the midnight train._
Parliamentary. TRIAL BY JURY. THE LAND BILL. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
- " I -^ TRIAL BY JURY. THE LAND BILL. ¡ SYDNEY. Friday. ,.. ,Lv the .Legislative Council yesterday afternoon the Hon. D. Buchanan-moved the second reading of the Criminal Jury Trial Amendment Bill. The principal feature in thia is the giving of power to juries in criminal cases, except those in which death is the punishment for the offence with which the accused ÍB charged, to . bring in a verdict by nine out of twelve jurymen agreeing thereto. The Hon. Sir W M. Manning, Q.C., opposed the bill most vigorously. The further debate was then adjourned. In the Assembly the Amending ; Land Bill was introduced hy the Minister for Lands (Hon. J. N. Brunker). It is a very long measure, amongst the provisions being one providing for the re-appraise- ment of pastoral and homestead leases at present existing in the western división of the colonies. These lessees are also to have an entirely new term of 21 years, subject to re-appraisement every seven years. The bill was read a first time. ^
Love and Jealousy. CHAPTER II. JOHN LYON HOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
Loveland Jealousy. CHAPTER H. JOHH fcYOJTíHOWE. John Lvon^Ho^f^wàs the younger son of a planter, residing in one of the wildest mountain "regions in central Virginia. The elder Howe was blessed with a large family, and cursed with a heavily1 mortgaged estate-a combina- tion of circumstances not unusual a raong the warm-hearted, generous, and extravagant people of the Old Domin- ion. John Lyon Howe had been educated in the lAwn''Schrol^fj'the'-Hniversity of Virginia^ where/at the age of twenty three, he graduated-..with .the highest - hOJiOUrS^.,. - .. ?:. - - Then, instead of commencing his -pro- fessorial'4 life in one of the great East em cities, or striking out for the broad nelda'of enterprise opened in the Far .?West, * young Howe, to the astonish- ment of all who were acquainted : with the talents and ambition of the new lawyer, ^returned to his native county and opened Iiis office in Blackville, a small hamlet lying at the foot of the Black Valley, and enjoying the honor and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
Special Advertisements. pKORGB C. BOWEN AND CO., V*" Sharebrokera and - Commission Agents, 4, Carrington Chambers, Argent street; TT ALES BROTHERS, Sharebrokers I .J-V and Mining Agents. Syndicates j formed. Companies floated. 71, King William-street, Adelaide. ANTHONY S. FOTHERINGHAM, ¿V SHAKEBEOKEB, Royd Exchange, Adelaide. Member Stock Exchange of Adelaide.!»:"»i1 ; '-ï M R. Wy MAN. ri BR (late. Wardenrat Silverton/\ ? and Broken Hill), MINING AND LAND AGENT, . ^Victoria-chambers^ v CASTLÉKÈACII STREET, SYDNEY. T EG AL.-J 3HN R. EDWARDS, of -MiîïD^niliquin, SOLICITOR, &c.y Com .missioner ' for -Affidavits (Newr Southe Wale's1 and'Queensland).7-' ' 1 ;. ~ Nev Offices in the Commercial Rooms, Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house. - M. R. I O Hi R D S, CHEMIST AND -DETJQGIST. - -.-' Argeñt-stxeet,'Broken 'Hill. ¿iWunWsiSafe Cure, 5a 6d bottle Pure Limejuice, quarts 3s - ?:Enp'? FrMt SaI*> .3s. , T)'$fl^ ^S\B A B R O O .K - ÏÎ~ V'i may be consulted at &l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
Directory. A A. BRICE and CO., Producá Mel chant and Auctioneers, Blende-st. ' ; A RMSTRONG H. C., Consultüigänd Operative Chemist, Argent-street. = ? OAK BROS., Drapera and Clothiers, Argent-street._. . : *:. BRIOKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. ' ETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting I . Chemist, 40 years' experience, I Argent-streetSouth._. . . BERTHY, J., Hairdresser andTobac coniat, Argent-street. : : CLARK and HALL, Solicitors, &e" Argent-street. ; t:b 0HARSLET and CLARK, Shared brokers, Exchange, Argent-street. - OPLET, J., Blacksmith, Wheel wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street. . - ' DU RJETJ, W. F., Grocer and Tea Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent street.._ .?? - FENTON, KNIGHT, AND MILLS. Plain and Fancy Letter-press Prin- ters, Argent a'^eet. pEDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, VT Ironmongery andTimberMerchants, Argent-street. _ . . HOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and Fruiterers, Argent-street South. - JONES and YOUNG, Sharebrokén, . V Land and Mi...
CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
CONCENTRATES. I A yoting man named Williams has died j in the Kapunda hospital from, typhoid I fever contracted at Broken Hill. ' Broken Hill basoballers defeated Silver- ton yesterday, although the latter had the assistance of Mr. H. H. Simpson; the I All;'Ame rica player. I For the Hawkesbury Handicap;.Yabba now stands at 3 to 1, and Plutarch 4 to 1. It was nob possible to start the Corn- well smelter last evening, as was expected, land probably it will not be putin blast j for several days. , . - ? Probate has been granted in the -will of John Edols, grazier, of. Coko, Victoria. He leaves £200,882. A 14 years old boy named Madderson I was blowing down one barrel of a gup at I Molong, when* the charge 'in the other exploded. The funeral was to take place I to-day. i i,-. The i total number of admissions to the Melbourne Exhibition was 1,963,436. The Shah bf Persia- wUl visit England in J uly. Great preparations will be made for theyisifc/r :;^;j¡ t ..'.'?).'.'ï>.'Ù~ A military ...
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
Adelaide Share Market .ADELAIDE. Friday. The market waa stiff at opening, but is a trifle better now, and tolerable business is being done. The sales to 2.30 p.m. were : Baker's Creek-81s 6d Mount Moors-2s 9d~ Carringtons-r-3s ld Brökens-£29 15s Block 14-958 British-64s 9d Norths-22s Souths-32s 6d : Centrals-18s 3d Centrals (con.)-14s 10W Block 10-568, ^. CL, Extended* ? 2s 3d ,, Junctions-13s 6d ,} ~ Victoria Cross- 6s / - l^jy
New Gold Find. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
New Gold Find. SOVE little sensation waa cauBed yesterday afternoon - when*- it became known ' that Mr. George-T.- Davis,? '? of Silverton, had reported at .the office of the Warden during the ' day that he had discovered a nugget of gold weighing about 4oz. The locality of the find is reported to be six miles north of Purnamoota.
No Report. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
No Report. Ax last night's meeting of the local council the clerk announced that no re- port had been sent in by the sanitary in- spector; Mr. Samuel Alker, in consequence of that officer being ill with jaundice. A certifiate from Dr. Groves was to that effect. The Mayor said that all the oouncil must regret the fast, and Alderman Williams testified to the efficient and painstaking manner in which Mr. Alker performed his not always pleasant dutieB. The Clerk's explanation of the non-pro- duction of a sanitary report was then voted entirely satisfactory.* ~~ t., > ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 April 1889
-Wanted. WANTED the public to know that prepaid advertise modi, "ITontetf,. Situations, tte, not exceeding twelve "words, wm be inserted at one shilling each, or six times for five shillings._ WANTED KNOWN SELECT NIGHT TO-NIGHT, 'at , .-? CRYSTAL SKATING RINK. Admission. 2s ; Skates, ls. ANTED. Smart YOUTH for Hotel. Apply Globe Hotel, Crystal-street. \\T ANTED, American Cooking Stove or -'.k small range. Apply Barrier CafFé, Argent-street. WANTED, immediately, Improvers and Apprentices to Dressmaking. Miss Stevens, Mica-street. ANTED Known.-Mrs. Dillon, duly qualified midwife, keeps ' private lying-in-hospital, corner of Wake- field and Pulteney-streets, Adelaide; terms ; moderate. ANTED to Purchase for Cash, two or three HOUSES of one or two rooms each. Apply P Davidson, batcher, j; Argent-street; Bellamy's Boarding House, Sooth Broken Hill, or A. Coventry, ? carrier. South Broken Hill. ; ANTED Known, that W. F. DuRIEU ia. still carrying on his [Well-known Grocery Business- in the...
The Home Rule Crusade. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889
The Home Rule Crusade. ADELAIDE, Saturday. ' Mr. Dillon's Home Bole meeting held 'last evening waa a great success. The ; . -Town Hall was crowded to excess in spite of the fact that the prices of admission were: 5s. 3s. and 2s. Mr. Dillon met with a perfect ovation both outside and inside the hall. At the close of the speech 'the audience rose en masse and cheered enthusiastically. Mr. P. McM'GIynn, B.A., L.L.B., M.P., presided. Mr. Krichauff, M.P., proposed, after Mr. Pillion's speech was concluded, "That this meeting, having heard Mr. Dillon's expo- sition of the Irish Question, promises him hearty sympathy and support for the cause which he advocates." This was seconded by Mr. Cohen, M.P., and carried . unanimously, and with prolonged ap- plause. Mr. Dillon spoke for over an hour. Sir T. G. Esmonde and Mr. Deasy, Irish members of the Commons, also delivered short addresses. Mr. DiUion spoke with much earnestness and force, impressing upon his hearers his sincerity and deep feeli...
RAILWAY COMMISSIONER SPEIGHT. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889
RAILWAY COMMISSIONER - SPEIGHT. LONDON, Friday; The directors of the Midland Rail- way Company have made overtures to Mr. Speight to return to their service which' he left to assume the Chief ! Commissionership of Victorian rail , ways. " They offer him a salary of ' > MOZO a year. Mr. Speight refused 'the offer,but informed the Hon. D. Gillies, Victorian Premier, that he will ! resign unless bis salary is raised; ' "±
Broken Hill Share Market 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889
Broken Hill Share Market 12.30 p.m. Block 14-buyers, 95s ; sellera, 96s Block 10--buyers 55s ; sellers, 56s British-buyers, 61s 6d Junctions-buyers, 14s ; Bellers, 14s 4¿d Souths-buyers, 32s ; sellers, 32s 6d Centrals-buyers, 17s4d; sellers, 17s 9d Norths-sales, 21s 6d Pioneers-buyers, 4s ; sellers,-4s l-|d : Victoria Grosses-buyers, 5s 6d; sellers 6s 3d White Leads-buyers, 6d .