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Early Closing Association. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Early Closing Association. A MEETING of this body was held in &nbsp; Cummins' Theatre Royal Hotel last &nbsp; night. Mr. Plant was voted to the chair, in the absence of the president and vice-president. After the usual formality of reading and passing the minutes of the last meeting, a letter was read from the secretary of the Hibernian Society asking for the support of the institution for the general acceptance of St. Patrick's Day as a holiday. It was resolved that a member of the society wait upon the various retail establishments to push the views of the meeting. It was then carried that a sub-committee be appointed to arrange dates of annual holidays. A &nbsp; complaint was lodged that a certain store in Argent-street kept open after hours after signing the agreement to close at 6 p.m. The secretary was instructed to write to the firm on the subject. An alarm of fire here put a premarture end to the meeting. &nbsp;
The Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
The Water Supply. A special meeting of 'the municipal council is to be held to-morrow night, when the question of water supply will be discussed. It is by no means certain &nbsp; what powers the council have in this matter ; and it is very probable, from the present aspect of affairs, that the meeting will end in nothing of practical nature. It is understood, however, it will be proposed that the council take steps to construct their own waterworks. A reference to the Act now in existence will show that they can hardly work under &nbsp; that, and, this being the case, if they are determined to themselves carry out water- works, it is more than probable they will have to secure the passage of a private &nbsp; bill. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Glenelg Railways. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Glenelg Railways. &nbsp; &nbsp; ADELAIDE, Tuesday. &nbsp; The Glenelg Railway Company have resolved to stop their trains at Miller's Corner, refusing to pay the demand of the Glenelg Corporation for £250 per &nbsp; annum for the use of Jetty Road. A &nbsp; meeting of shareholders carried a resolution to that effect enthusiastically..
The All Stars. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
The All Stars. &nbsp; THE company made its bow to a good house last night, and succeeded in keeping the audience, in excellent humor for a couple of hours. Duriah was in fine form and did a great deal of the work. Miss Hazelwood was as popular as ever, while all the other lady members of the com- pany had to submit to encores. A good &nbsp; performance is promised for to-night.
Milparinka News. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Milparinka News. &nbsp; MILPARINKA reports that several cases of fever have occurred at Tibooburra; but it is not known whether it is typhoid. There is no medical man there. Boring operations at Milparinka have ceased, the bore having bottomed on solid rock. The residents are anxious for the Government to remove the plant to Stringer's Hill or Mount Browne. &nbsp;
Baker's Creek Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Baker's Creek Mine. ANOTHER magnificent crushing from the Baker's' Creek gold mine, near Hillgrove, in this colony, is reported by the secretary, whose office is in Adelaide, where most of the shares are held. The manager cleaned up, for less than a fortnight, 1590oz gold from 105 tons of stone, taken from Smith's reef. This stone averages over 10oz to the ton. The mine manager further telegraphs " Mine looking splen- did." And yet this is the property which Sydney and Melbourne investors refused a few months ago. &nbsp;
A Pleasing Sight [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
A Pleasing Sight . IN this barren part of the earth the sight of flowers and natural verdure are most &nbsp; &nbsp; refreshing to the eye, wearied with look- ing out upon an all-surrounding expanse of sand. A love of the sweet things of nature is implanted in every rightly con- stituted disposition ; and no doubt as time advances and the energy of the people of this locality reaches to the pitch of obtaining a proper water supply, grass, shrubs, and flowers will become less of &nbsp; such rarities than they are at present in and about Broken Hill. Meanwhile the resi- dents of this town must be thankful for small mercies ; and one of these mercies is afforded by the window of the local fruiterer and florist. The display of Mr. E. J. J. Howell, whose shops adjoins Elliott's Hotel, calls for particular at- tention. He has been enterprising enough to procure from the well-known model nursery of Newman, of Adelaide, a select- ion of plants in pots which are on vie...
Manager's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Manager's Report. BIG HILL S. M. Co. -Manager reports for week ending February 25 :-" No. 2 &nbsp; shaft 220ft. level, crosscut driven further 4ft. Have struck small branch of quartz and mica, more vertical than in tunnel. Ground in face of drive better working. I reckon we shall meet the main part of lode in course of a few days." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Bowled Out. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Bowled Out. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; DANIEL MULLINS denied that he was drunk in Delamore-street yesterday, but Constable Urquhart satisfied the Bench that he was in that condition, and fined him 10s with the alternative of four days imprisonment. &nbsp; &nbsp;
National League. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
National League. LAST night at Condon's Hotel the usual monthly meeting of the Michael Davitt &nbsp; branch of the Irish National League was held. The attendance was moderate. Mr. &nbsp; John McNamara, the president, occupied the chair. The principal business was to &nbsp; appoint delegates to co-operate, with the Hibernian Society in fittingly celebrating St. Patrick's Day. A number of new members were admitted,including Messrs. Sullivan and O'Donnell, respectively the president and secretary of the &nbsp; Hibernian Society. A lengthy discussion then took place regarding the anticipated visit of Messrs. Dillon, Esmonde, and Deasy to Australia. It was resolved to form a large and represent- ative committee of reception. It was determined enthusiastically that a congratulatory cablegram be sent to Mr. Charles Stuart Parnell on the failure of the prosecution of Parnell by the Times.
CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
CONCENTRATES. Miners' Association meeting to-night. There are about 40 cases of typhoid in Orange. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Dr. Bromby of St. Paul's, Melbourne, is dead. The English wheat market is tending upward. Governor Robinson left South Austra- lia to-day. Elworthy, proprietor of the Gundagai &nbsp; Times, is dead. Moari footballers defeated a Runcorn &nbsp; (Cheshire) team. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; W. H. Gladstone, the G.O. M.'s son, is &nbsp; dangerously ill. The thermometer registered 122 in the &nbsp; shade on Sunday last. &nbsp; &nbsp; Ruby T.M. Co. is to be wound up. C. &nbsp; &nbsp; T. Oldham liquidator. Dr. Parker of the Temple, London, is &nbsp; reported to be insane. Two suicides by " Rough on Rats," one &nbsp; in Sydney, the other in Melbourne. &nbsp; A vein of natural silver has been struck at t...
V. R. C. RACES. AUSTRALIAN CUP MEETING. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
V. R. C. RACES. AUSTRALIAN CUP MEETING. &nbsp; MELBOURNE, Tuesday. The V. R. C. Australian Cup meeting was held this afternoon at Flemington. The weather was only moderately pleasurable, but the attendance was good. The first race on the programme was the MAIDEN STAKES. &nbsp; For this event there were but four starters, and the result was &nbsp; &nbsp; Churchill - ... ... 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Quadrant .... 2 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Lady Agnes ... ... 3 The time was 2 min. 12¼secs. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES. &nbsp; Much greater interest was taken in &nbsp; this event, whiCh would have been greatly increased had the starters been more numerous. Only three horses &nbsp; faced the starter, and these landed in the following order :- &nbsp; Richelieu ... 1 &nbsp; &...
Non Compos Mentis. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Non Compos Mentis. HENRY BURNS, an old man evidently out of his mind, was brought up before Mr. Butterworth, J. P , this morning for his own protection. Constable Grieve found him wandering about the South mine with his trousers over his feet and his pockets full of stones. He was picking up ore saying it was gold and appeared to- be wandering in his mind. He was arrested and brought to the police station. Sergeant Saunders stated that he had known the man three months, and that he had been found by the police twice apparently dying. He was taken to the hospital on Saturday and ran away on Sunday. After about a week's detention he seems to get all right and then goes about exposing himself and taking no food. The observations which the accused let drop in court pointed to lunacy. He was committed to Silverton gaol for 30 days.
A Foolish Old Man. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
A Foolish Old Man. THE ancient bibulist James Fahey, who was found in the streets by the police, wounded on the head, on Friday, and was too unwell on Saturday to be presented &nbsp; to the local court, was brought up before Mr. Butterworth, J.P.,this morning, and remanded for three days for protection and local treatment. His head appeared to be considerably damaged.