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Coal-miners' Grievance. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Coal-miners' Grievance. SYDOTÜT, Saturday. The Wallsend rainers in the Newcastle district demand extra pay for being obliged to work coal under the 6ft. band. . They number between 700 and 800, and if the request be not acceded to, they will put the question to arbitration.

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Not in Favor. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Not in Favor. MELBOURNE. Saturday. It ia feared that if the public abstain from subscribing for the 14,000 forfeited iharesin the Duke Gold Mining Com- pany, of Maryborough, operations must be suspended, throwing 200 miners out of employment.

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Sentence Commuted. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Sentence Commuted. bTDKEY. Saturday. -The sentence ' ci death passed on the. man John Dick for the attempted murder1 of a warder named Jenkins, of Mudgee Gaol, has been commuted to 14 years penal servitude, the first three years in irons. .. -: .. -r ' "' -...: C

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Moonta Miners. MOONTA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Moonta Miners. MOONTA, Saturday. Considerable consternation was caused     amongst the miners yesterday, when a reduction of wages all round of from 15 to 20 per cent, was announced com- mencing on April 1. The directors give     the reason of this to be the low price of   copper. They say that every pound at   present expended entails the loss of 6s 8d. It is probable that the men will submit, otherwise it is almost certain the mine will close.  

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A Disorderly Customer. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

A Disorderly Customer. JOSEPH KEES, a tall man apparently     about to enter upon the autumn of life, and who is not a stranger in the local court, was so disorderly in Argent-street yesterday while drunk that he attracted the attention of the police and was taken to the lockup. While there he exercised his   vocal abilities on the whole gamut of foul language. He was brought before Mr. J. J. Williams as sitting justice in the police court this morning, and, having pleaded guilty, was ordered to pay 25s or be locked up for a week.

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The Black List. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

The Black List. THERE are 16 criminal cases down for trial at the Circuit Court to be opened     here by Judge Stephen on Tuesday. The names and accusations are as follows :— Robert Cleghorn, murder ; Charles May, arson; William Edward Ingram Ham- mond, criminal libel ; Joseph Herbert     Nixon, larceny as a bailee ; William         White, uttering a counterfeit coin; Thomas Simpson, maliciously wounding ; Charles Scrimshaw, attempting to com- mit suicide ; Francis Jones, cattle steal- ing ; John Thomas, bestiality ; Charles Roffey, attempted arson; John Gray, bestiality; George Owen Reynell, larceny   from the person; Michael Bakey, man- slaughter ; Denis Trinidad, burglary ; Charles Clarke, maliciously wounding his wife ; James Bosance, attempted suicide. White is in the local hospital, having suffered an attack of typhoid fever; Simpson, a one-armed man, and Roffey...

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Silverton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Silverton Police Court. ON Friday, before Mr. Gower and   Dr. Thompson, J'sP., D. Davis was   charged with a breach of the Hawkers' Act in not having his name painted on his cart while trading in Silverton. He   pleaded guilty, but said he was ignorant of the New South Wales law. A fine of 5s., with 5s. 10d. costs, was imposed. John Charley summoned Joseph Smith and J. Bent for assaulting and beating him. The summons had not been served, so was continued. Henry Nesslinger summoned William Welsh for wages due, amounting to £6 10s. Defendant did not appear, and a verdict was entered for plaintiff for £6 10s., with costs of court 4s. 10d., mile- age 14s., witness 5s. ; total, £7 13s. 10d.,   or 14 days in Silverton gaol.  

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Exchange Seats. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Exchange Seats. ADELAIDE, Saturday. Yesterday Mr. J. H. Brockmann bought the seat of Mr. Hatton Richards in the   Adelaide Stock Exchange for £200. George Marshall (late of Northmore and Marshall) purchase* a seat in the Stock Exchange of South Australia (No. 2) for £26. ..

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STRAY NOTES. THE HOME RULE DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

STRAY NOTES. THE HOME RULE DELEGATES. MESSRS. Dillon : and Deasy and Sir Grattan-Esmonde, Ma.P., the Irish Home Bale delegates to the colonies, have lost np time in commencing their crusade in Adelaide. Indeed, their pro- gramme, although not yet complete, will be so very lengthy that every day, in fact every hour, is precious to the three Irish patriots. They anticipate spending about six months in Australia-so an ardent Irish friend of mine writes me from Adelaide ; and in that- time they expect to visit and speak in about 100 towns each in Victoria and New South Wales, in about a dozen in South Aus- tralia, and about 50 in Queensland. Of course they are expected to pay the Barrier a visit, for I doubt if the^e is another town in the whole colonies where there is so great a proportion of sympa- thisers with the .Home Rule movement as Broken Hill. It is, however, to be regretfully noted that arrangements for the visit here are being made by the Sydney branch of the Irish National L...

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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

CONCENTRATES. Oscar Smith, who is playing in Brisbane, is astonishing the Queenslanders by his clever ventriloquial performances. : A meeting of those desirous of having, a portion of reserve 3075 thrown open for occupation will be held at the Pig and Whistle Hotel to-morrow at 3 o'clock. À mother at Limoges, in France, be- came frenzied, strangled her five children, and then attempted suicide. The complété schedule of Bunting and Wright, accountants, &e., of Melbourne has been filed. Liabilities, £384,724 ; assets, £448,947. Surplus, £64.223. MoBt of'the assets consist of land. All the man aré out on strike at the three Ballarat foundries. A Government Gazette notifies the ap pointment pf ß.i G. .Gibson aa acting rmnmg registrar, wee R. M Gibson, on siok leave. 'And the latter returned,' after six weeks' absence, to-day ! There .were '15 sufferers from measles on board the Orient which brought the new Governor of South Australia to the colony. The wool market, , according t...

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Silverton Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Silverton Licensing Court. On Friday, before Mr. Gower, L.M., re- newals of publicans licenses were granted   to Albert H. De Baun, in respect of the Silverton Hotel ; George Jas. Conley, in respect of the Barrier Ranges Hotel, Um- berumberka ; and Charles Schuske, for   the Royal Hotel, Silverton. The following applications for renewals were adjourned to Broken Hill, to be heard on April 15 :- James H. Aldridge, Grand ; Alex.   Cameron, Sportsman's Arms ; Albert W. Chapple, Broken Hill ; Laurence Finn, Royal ; John McKie, South Broken Hill ; James Quinn, Globe ; Geo. W. Simpson, Wentworth ; Thomas C. Tait, Masonic ; William Weir, South Australian ; Martin K. Kenny, Broken Hill. The application of J. M. Patterson for a certificate autho- rising the issue to him of a booth license   for Thackaringa sports and race meeting, on April 22, was granted ; and the appli- cations for new licenses or removals of Joseph Ross, Thomas Pearson, ...

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"W.M M." BEYOND THE PALE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

"WM M." BEYOND THE PALE. I '"? W. M. M." has, by his objectionable ¡letters on "The Truckers' Question," published in the MINEB, gained a place in the affections of the workingmen of the Barrier mines about equal to that UBually gained by an unpopular canine in the restaurant department of a third-class hotel. He has seemingly trodden upon all the most sacred traditions of the order of labor, and is looked upon by his fellows as a traitor and a backslider. Conse- quently this evening his effigy is to be paraded round town and then solemnly committed to the flames, without the benefit of clergy. The workingman is proverbial for his jealous guardianship of his rights and privileges, and there is an unspoken bond between man and man that it is very dangerous to meddle with ; and henceforth " W.M.M's." memory will be held in contempt by hiB fellow-work- men for attempting to lower them as a class in the eyes of the world. But since W.M.M's." identity is not public pro- perty it is rathe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

- Public , Notices. "^^E beg respectfully to inform our constituents that we havo admitted Mr. G. Á. Mills as a partner in our business as Printers and Publishers of the " Barrier Miner " evening news- paper, and the business in future will be carried on under the name of Fenton, Knight, and Mills. In order, therefore, to close the books of the recent partner- ship as quickly as possible, 3pprompt settlement of thc ' accounts rendered will be I «.__" esteemed a favor- - "FESTON and KNIGHT. Public Notices. ¡ALL'S MONSTER CON- SULTATIONS. SYDNEY CUP-Raa afc Randwick, 24th April, 1889. 10,000 Subscribers at £1 each, 10,000. First horse, £5000 ; second horse, £2000 ; third horse, £1000 ; starters, £1000 ; non-starters, £1000 ; to be divided amongst them. SYDNEY CUP-Run at Randwick, 24th April, 1880. 2000 Subscribers afc £1 each, 2000 First; horse, £1000.; second horee, £300 ; third horse, £200 ; starters, £250 ; non-starters, £250 ; to be divided amongst them. Early application for tick...

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Love and Jealousy. CHAPTER III. SYBIL BERNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Love and Jealousy. Crl^ER ni. Sybil ßlmlrWasiit this time about eighteeu years of age-a beautiful, black-haired, bright-eyed, little brun- ette, c full of fire, spirit,, strength, and self-will: ? She was a law to herself. No one, not even Tier aged- father, had the slightest control, over her except through; rheriatfectionsj when they could be gained, > or her passions, when .t'thèyiîéÔttïd-'bev afoused';- but this last means was-seldom tried, for no one cared^tp .raise .the storm . that none ?could'quell!.. *., - ... Í ,t*Her father was, now nearly eighty -.. ^ year» old. {»And fondly, jealously, self !:îi,ishlyîas he loved this:darling daughter of his age, he wished to see her safely, married before he should be called from And certainlyjthc beautiful heiress L ^hac^suitors; enough to select froin^-sui ' ¡tore, drawn na : less -, by ¡ her »personal charms than by her,great tbrtuuei But one and all were-politely refused by the fastidious'maiden, who, every one said, was. so ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Religious. QON GR E G A TI O NAD HALL. TO-MORROW (Sunday). The REV. R. KEITH MACKAY will preach :^-ll a.m. " What to Cultivate "j 7 p.m. "A Man and Manly Work." Î \ A cordial welcome to all. - / CONGREGATIONAL HALL. Preliminary Notice. ANNIVERSARY . SER VI CE S and PASTOR'S' FAREWELL. . 5TH and 6IH MAY. THE Grand SERVICE of SONG, the " BRAVE COVENANTERS," will will be given in the Primitive Methodist Church To-morrow (SUNDAY), at 2.30¿ when a collection will be made on behalf of the Trust Funds. Sporting. JJROKEN HILL ATHLETIC CLUB Annual Meeting To be held on the Broken Hill Raceourse on FRIDAY, May 24,1889. Queen's Birthday. Under the Club's Rules. . I SIDS. WMi Handicap. SIDS. THE BROKEN BULL 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 yardfjover 10 flights of hurdles 3ft. 6in. First prize, £15 ; second prize, £5 ; third prize, £3 ; fourth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Special Advertisements. aBORGE O. BOWEN AND CO., Sharebrokers - and Commission Agents, 4, Carrington Chambers, Argent atreet, HALES BROTHERS, Sharebrokenf . and Mining Agent«. Syndicates formed. Companies floated. 71;'fong William-Btreet, Adelaide. ANTHONY S. FOTHERINGHAM, SHABEBBOKKB, Royd Exchange, Adelaide. Member Stock Exchange of Adelaide;, t ; ? \ - -,- . ?TUT Ri WY M AN BROWN xu- (lal» ^Warder* at Silverton \ . " " * and 'Broken' Hill), MINING \*D LAND AGENT, v 4, Victoria-chambers, ' CASELÈKBÂOH STSEEI, 8YDN*Y. &? . - s, rti~r...-?..>_ T EGAL'^JJHN R. EDWARD3, of -Vi..} Deniliquin, SOLÍCITOS, &c> i Com-' mísqíoñe» > «for . Affidavits (New South Wales and. Queensland). ? New Offices in the Commercial Rooms, , Grand Hotel, direesly opposite the Court- house, v ? -., . .. ... -: ;:..,.:????>. fS^ " M. R I 0 H A R D S, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Argent-street, Broken HilL Warneet Safe. Cure, 5s 6d bottle , Porit Limejuice, quarts 3* ' Eno'a Trait Salt, 3i....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Directory., \ \ t A. BRICE asd CO.,'Produce Mcl chant and Auctioneers, 'Blende-sh , ARMSTRONG H. C., Consulting : and Operative Chemist, Argent-ïstreet.- ° .,DOAN BROS., Drapera and Clothiers, -M Argent-street. TpIOKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers : and Confectioners, Argent-street. - ?OETTEREDGE RUPERT, Consulting I Chemist, 40 : years' experience, ' i Argent-street South. ; _. - - "OERTHY, J., Hairdresser and TóbacV conist, Argent-street. CLARK-and HALL, Solicitors, &c, " _ Argent-street. -_ y ; . CHARS LEY and CLARK, Shaw . brokers, Exchange, Argent-street. (TtOPLEY, J., Blacksmith, meel Va - wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oxide-street._, : . TMJ'RIEIJ, W. F., Grocer and Tea í -Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent ?- street.. " ? ? . - ? ??? y_' 'TjiENTON, KNIGHT,: AND MILLS? | : JJ .. pioia and Fancy Letter-press . Prin- ters, Argent sVeet. pEDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, VT. IroiuTiongeryandTimberMerchantB, -Argent-street. rrOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and I -M- Fruiterers, Argent...

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Barrier Miner. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1889. Reserve 3075. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

- SATURDAY, AVRIL 13, 1889. .*. ?^Réservé 307],. OSE more effort ia to be made by those who are in^ favor pf, a portion.^ of ge* serveH&75 "being thrown open for occu- pation, and a meeting of these people is. to be conducted to-morrow afternoon. Ia the'first place, we must quarrel with the day of meeting. Those who are m favor of thia portion of the municipality bë^gT'fihrqwn |open are in ; ..need ; of public-sympathy and support;, and it ia certain that the action of whoever is responsible- for holding this, .meeting upon the" Sabbath will not procuré that increasedv support of: which' there, is need. We have never been accused of SäbbätarlänismTj w^ö do not at the pre- sent time urge any one of the ten com- ! - mandments ' against this action. . We simply .point out that the holding of this méetíóg,iat this place,, and upon this d&yfiamnvteé- .^But, despite this, tha cause for/whieh these- people are struggling-has^not been in. the least degree weaKened. In fact,....

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Savage Assault. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Savage Assault. MELBOURNE, Saturday. Winiam and Patrick Noonan, father and son, and John Maloney, hare been committed for trial at Warrnambool, on tho charge of assaulting Constable Don- nelly.- The evidence for the prosecution waa'that the latter spoke to the three men on account .of their not having lights on a vehicle they were in at night, and that all three got down, and having got Donnelly on the ground, kicked his face almost beyond recognition, broke his ribs, and mulcted other injuries.]

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Mummery. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 April 1889

Mummery. A CRICKET mafccfr'on the reseire^between an eleven? of ihe:^raVera-ya1a*Praai*^c Company; Arrayed in fancy; costuine8**and the same number of the Silver Age com- posing staff, was played yesterday after- noon, and formed the .attraction for a number of children arid a' few adult folk who had time on. their hands to witness the open-air entertainment. ' ' Contrary to the usual custom, the'game was played in earnest, and the comic; element was .con- spicuous by its absence, save1 in the case ?of Mr.-Travers-Vale, who, in the disguise of a stage nigger; afforded mnchimerri , ment forTthe juveniles by bis antics. ,The I mummers went first to the wickete. and ran up a score of 51; which the Silver Age team following failed to reach by,ode run only, so the scorer declared, although it is probable his addition was .wrong. The match was decided on the ffirst innings. Of the newspaper .men Tinmas made 29 .runs.' Ryan, for the victors* hit up 14, the next score nn that side being 7 o...

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