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SIR CHARLES RUSSELL'S SPEECH —THE EFFECT OF THE TRIAL. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

SIR CHARLES RUSSELLS SPEECH -THE EFFECT OF THE TRIAL. LONDOW, Sunday. Sir Charles Russell bas oloaed his opening speech for the defonoe of the Parriellite party ? against ? the - Times1 attacks. It is characterised as a moBt brilliant and effective effort;,,He said that instead of the Parnellitea having anything -, to answer,;. theirK-.aÖQasers stood in the position ' of the accused. The trial would, resultj he believed, in the true reconciliation of the English and Irish peoples, and the barriers which had been made by misrepresenta- tion should be broken down, and pre- judice would cease to exist. The judicial president of the commission sent to Sir Charles Russell a note stating that bis speech was a great one, and worthy of the occasion. Sir. Richard Webster, leading counsel fop the Tinges, oqincided.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

Adelaide Share Market; ADELAIDE, Monday. Centrals and Junctions are improving, i and there is a good demand for them. Block H's are firm. ? Business < all round is fair. The sales tb 2.30 p.m. ?ere :- ' s Bakers Greek-81s 3d Carringtons-3s" - :I - " Brökens-£29 12B 6d Block 14-96B British-61a 9d Jonctions-Iga Sörths-20a lOd Souths-32s ld Centrals-18s 9d . BlooklO-56s '

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THE COPPER MARKET. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

THE. COPPER MARKET. . LONDON, Sunday. One of the largest ' copper proprie- taries ui Portugal is suing the French Copper Syndicate for failure to per- form their agreement to pay £70 pep . ton^folralTcopper raised till the end of the .present year. The conference between American and Spanish owners and the;, syndicate has resulted in nothing definite yet ; but it is feared that it willie found impossible to so re- strict, production as to enable ,any com- bination to përi^anentiy Jmá/iñtftin a high standard valúe, ! ,.,

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The Rains. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

The Rains. Ax about-4 o'clock Üiia morning a few1 peals of thunder and flashes of lightning preluded " the most copious downpour J5roken¿Hill4ias been favored ; with for "many a month." "For- several hours only i very steady showers descended, and up to I 9 a.m. only .10 ' pointe had fallen. At I about this hour the sky cleared'some i what ; but between 9 a:m. and 1 p.m. 49 ¡points fell, a very heavy fall occurring i between 12 and 1. From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. there was scarcely a momentary ces ! sation of the downpour; during those two E hours 59. points more were registered. I From 3 o'clock up to the time of going to : press about 5 points have been registered; i so that during the twelve hours, altogether a trifle under an inch and a half has been , egistered. It is still raining gently.

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Aquatics. DIVING AND ROWING. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

Aquatics. DIVING AND ROWING. STDKKÏ. Monday. Afc Saturday's swimming races, L. .. ; Andeyon, of Newcastle, dived 85 yards 2 feet, making the Australian champion record. The Mercantile club won the eight-oar race by three lengths. The prize was, however, awarded to the Sydney club, which came second, but was awarded first place owing to a foul. The Sydney club decline to accept, the prize, however, as they say the Mercantiles had them beaten easily. Teese two teams will ptob ; ably row again.

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INDIAN RETALIATION. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

1 ÍNDMÑiRBÍALT4TI0N;i . - LONDON, Sunday. Duleep Singh,: who recently called upon the Sihks to.mutiny against the Government of India; bas forwarded a letter to the Queen'demanding the re- turn to him of the famous Kohinoor diamond. [<.?>.

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RUSSIA AND GERMANY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

RUSSIA AND iGERDiANY. / LONDON;, Sunday. Russia has-sentian^'ädäitibrial rein- forcement of;ip,pp0Jtróóps to Poland to occupy the German frontier.

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WOMAN'S RIGHTS. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

WOMAN'S RIGHTS. ' * LOUDON. Sandav. Ladyj Sandhurst, ; who wa* rece^ elected a member of-the London County Council, has been unseated on petition. .The . Queen's Bench . has decided that although women . are eligible to seats on the school boards, their sex dis- qualifies them for seats on the county councils. .. Lady , » Sandhurst intends appealing.:" *

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GENERAL BOULANGER. LONDON, Snuday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

GENER Ali, BOULANGER. ?. LONDON, Snuday.' The French Senate has appointed nine members to try GeneralBoulanger arid Bochefort for treason. The anxiety from which Boulanger is suffering has induced acute insomnia, and i this' is greatly affecting his health.

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The Irish Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

The Irish Relegates. Ir,, has. been, arranged that Sir Thomas Grattan Esmonde one of . . the Irish nationalist delegates, phall visit . Broken Hill, and speak here on Easter Monday ; but it is not probable that Messrs. Dillon and Deasy, the other delegates, will come to the Bar^qi before they have pcopee4ed to Melbourne from Adelaide, where they are at present laboring/ 'Sir Grattan Esmonde, it may be : remarked, is a descendant of the great patriot Henry Grattan. He is the youngest member of the House of Commons ; but, notwith- standing this,' he has been selected hythe Irish party upon more than one occasion to represent them, in important affairs. He has been in America, where MB cam- paign was eminently successful. He has also, in company with Mr. Deasy, carried the cause into Africa ; and as he pleasantly yet earnestly says, he is prepared to go into Asia to-morrow if it were pog? sible. Having been . all » his life asso- ciated with Irish national surroundings,' it is only to ...

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The Water Supply MEETING AT ROUND HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

The Water Supply. MEETING AT ROUND HILL. A W£LVÁTÍENDSD~ meeting of the resi- dents of Round Hill was held, on Satur I day evening at Mr. Jones' hotel to dis- cuss the state of affairs regarding a supply of water for the town. Mr. Troup pre- sided, and there were about 40 residents present. In opening the proceedings the chairman stated that he had had a satis- factory interview, with Mr. Hogg, engineer of the Nolans' Stephens' Greek WaterSupply'Com^ that his company would be -pleased ; to come to an arrangement with! the Round Hill people with regard tb a1 permanent supply of water' for the town. He was glad to see that the . secretary of the com- pany (Mr. Harley) and Mri Thomas (one of the promoters of the scheme) were pre-, sent, and he was Bure they would be glad to give thèm/every information. < > Mr. Harley said- he was very glad to meet them there that evening'for the purpose of coming to some" arrangement jor a supply of water for the town.; " He explained the...

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The Brisbane Strike. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

The Brisbane Strike. MEXBOUBNE, Monday.. ; The Australasian Typographical Union has struck'a weekly one shilling levy upon all working members for the support of the Brisbane strikers. £50 a week will be forwarded, and £100 is to be sent immediately. ' ' "

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THE ORIENT COMPANY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

THE ORIENT COMPANY. , LONDOÍÍ, Sunday. The Orient Steam Navigation Com- pany has declared a dividend of five per cent., carrying ¿£55,000 forward.

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Gold in the North. PORT DARWIN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

rlGold in the North. POM DAKWDT, Monday. " ^--The Eureka gold claim in the vicinity of the Eveleen has crashed 80 tons for a yield of HOoz. of gold. The Hibernia,:at Maud Creek, has obtained 52oz. from 68 tons of stone. \

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OUR SPECIALSERVICE CABLEGRAMS. TERRIBLE WRECK. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

OUR SPECIALSERVICE CABLEGRAMS. TERRIBLE WRECK. JJOSDOS, Sunday. An emigrant vessel bound for South America, carrying a large number of Danes, has been wrecked in mid-ocean in the Atlantic. As many as could took to the boats, one of which was picked up. The others, containing in all 600 emigrants, are missing.

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Vermin Destruction. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

Vermin Destruction. MELBOURNE, Monday. ? Daring che coming session the Govern* r ment intend introducing a bill providing for the extermination of rabbits at the expense pf the general Government with- out levying any local rate.

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A General Strike. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

* A General Strike. MELBOURNE. Monday. In consequence of the Ballarat difficulty the Phoenix and Union foundries hare resolved ion a general lockout ; 200 men will thus be thrown out in addition to those already out on strike.

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Commissioner Speight. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

Commissioner Speight MEIBOUENE, Monday. Premier Gillies states that the Govern- ment are not pledged to increase Mr. R. Speight's salary as chairman of th« Rail- way Commission. Tiley haye,' ho.weyer, promised to ask Parliament ta re-engage nim for seven years, at a salary of £5000 a-year, instead of £3000, as at present.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Quarantine. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

The Quarantine. SYDNEY. Monday.   The steamer Guthrie, from China and ports, has been placed in quarantine, two smallpox cases being in the vessel. The boat has been fumigated, and the pas-   sengers sent to the quarantine station.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 15 April 1889

Public .Notices. ^¿""^fE beg respectfully to inform our constituents that we have '?-! 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 bf the recent partner- ship as quickly SB possible, prompt settlement of the accounts Tendered- will be esteemed' a "favor : ./ FENTON and KNIGHT. admitted Mr. G. A. Mills as a partner in our business as Public Notices. TATTERS ALL'S MONSTER CON- SULTATIONS. SYDNEY CUP-Rua at 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^ivided amongst them. SYDNEY CUP-Run at Randwick, 24th April, 1889. 2000 Subscribers at £1 each, 2000 First horse, £.1000 ; second hone, £300 ; third horse, £200 ; starters, £250 ; - non-starters, £250 ; to be divided amongst them. Early application for ti...

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