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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.
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 &lt; 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 '
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, ! ,.,
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.
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.
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.:" *
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 ...
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. &lt; > 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...
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...