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A Sad End. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

A Sad End. .. ' _- _Ll . .w-- ' MELBOURNE, Tuttday. Charles Templeton., the / weU-knowi} operatic singer, walked from Melbourne to Geelong in search of employment, and, finding none, suicided by cutting hiB throat.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

NÖTIGE OF MAILS. To AND ÏBOM ADELAIDE.-Leave Ade- laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Sundays. Saturdays, 6.15 aim. only. Arrive 'Broken Hill, 2.25 a.m. and 7.50 a.m. except Mondays. Sundays, 2.25 a.m. only. Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 p.m. and 10 p.m., except Saturdays. Sundays, 10 p.m. only. Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45 p.m., except Sundays. Mondays; .8.45 p.m. only. EURIOWIE.-Leave Broken Hill« Tuesday and Friday, 7 p.m. via Silverton, arrive Euriowie, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 4.30 p.m. Leave Euriowie, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken Hill, Wed- nesdays and Fridays, 7.50 a.m. Mr. GIPPS.-Leave Broken Hill, Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- days, at 10 a.m.; arrive at Mount Gipps, at 12.15 p.m. Leave Mt. Gipps Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 3 p.m. ; arrive Broken Hill at 5.30. p.m. ROUND HILL.-Leave Broken Hill daily (Sunday excepted), 10 a.m. : arrive Round Hill, 11.15 a.m. Leave Round HOI, 4 p.m.; arrive Broken HOI, 5.30. p.m. South Broken Hill...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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STRAY NOTES. ARE THEY PATRIOTS? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

STRAY NOTES. ARE THEY PATRIOTS ? I NOTICE that some persons—"Unionists''   most of them call themselves—are writing to the Press at various places, denying   the statement that the three Irish dele- gates are patriots. A patriot, they tell us, is one who struggles for the good of   the greatest number of his fellow-country- men; and, as England and Ireland are united, and since the English Parliament, which, they say, represents the people of the Kingdom, is against the party to which Messrs. Dillon, Esmonde and Deasy belong, from this they argue that this     party is opposed to the bulk of the people, and, therefore, that these three are not   patriots. The argument is as extraor-       dinary as the grounds are false. The British Parliament, in the first place, is   not representative of the people of the United Kingdom at the present time. It might ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

Public Notices. "^^"E beg respectfully to inform our constituents that we have admitted Mr. G. A. 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, prompt settlement of the accounts rendered will bo esteemed a favor FENTON and KNIGHT. N01ICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. A \ ra have arranged with Wi Mr- J. B. FORD for the ; delivery of .the BABBLER MINER in the outskirts, starting'along Mica-street and embracing the northern parts of the town, including Mulga Hill. This is the. outcome of numerous re- quests, we have received from residents who'are" desirous of "v i i having the MINER delivered regu Iarly at their residences, and we trust the new arrangement will meet the wishes of all concerned. FENTON, KNIGHT AND MILLS. mATTERSALL'S MONSTER CON X SULTATIONS....

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Love and Jealousy. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

Love and Jealousy. CBL4PTER{ni^(Coutinued.) '* I wish it *ûtgrS|thati anything else in the worri^my^chKcT;' . ol'iFather, ;'.you have named: ; evèry: young man in the neighbourhood >: whom-you would like for à son^mJàw V ' Every; one,, my daughter. ' ^ Tf Are jpasure?' : .- . .. ' Quite sure,-my love. Why do youl ...äjie'j^d^^own^from, her low. otto-] * 'mai ?fö;the^'i9o^r//tand/'laid''her arms upon, his "knees; and'her beautiful black ringleted" head - upon her folded handstand whispered * "'Because^ dearfather, there is one whom 'you havo"forgotten to name; one who loves, me, and is altogether well worthy to be called your son. ' * Ah !.' cried the old man fiercely, under his breath-'a fortune hunter, on my life! the danger is nearer than I had even apprehended ! ' 'No, father, no! He is as far as possible^ from < being" what you say ! ' fervently exclaimed Sybil. 'He is wealthy, then 1 ' Nb, noj . no ! he is poor in every- thing but in goodness and wisdom ! ' ' Oh, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

Wanted. WANTED the public to truno that prepaid advertise maits, Wanted, Situations, «fcc, not exceeding twelve words, wilt be inserted at one shilling each, or six times for five shillings._ FOUND, Best Stock of Furniture on Barrier. Linton's Mart. _ ANTED, at once, two HOUSE MAIDS. Australian Club Hotel. WANTED, Cheap, 1, 2, or 3-Roomed House. Apply T.L.S., this office. TOTANTED,-immediately, smart active TV MAN, as boots. Australian Club' Hotel. _ WANTED, a YOUTH, to make him- self useful in shop. Shierlaw and Co._-_ WANTED, Purchasers of First-class Furniture at Linton's Mart on Friday._ WANTED. Everybody to call and] inspect the Furniture at Linton's Mart. _ WANTED, good general SERVANT. Apply Mrs. S. Knight, tap of Iodide-street._ WANTED, 2000 Milliners, to make dresses for Hospital Concert, Hamil- ton's^_ - WANTED Known-The Biggest Boom I ? v eyer : known. At the Hospital Concert, Hamilton's Hall. Everybody Going. _. WANTED known, that you can get I any kind of Poultry, live ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

A - A. BRICE and1 COÍ, Produce '?? Mel chant and Auctioneers, Blende-Bt. A RMSTRONG, H. C., Consulting and Operative Chemist, Argent-street. 1D0AN BROS., Drapers and Clothiers, ??P Argent-street._,__ "DRIOKNELL BROS., Bakera, Caterers * and Confectioners, Argent-street. "DETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting *-* Chemist, 40 years' experience, Argent-street South. : _ , "DERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobac «M;; conüt, Argent-street. " LARK and HALL, Solicitors, &c" Argent-street. HARSLEY and CLARK, Share brokers, Exchange, Argeht-arreiet. "T\JJ RIEU, W. F., Grocer and Tea Dealer, opposite: Reserve, "Argent street. ' _ . ? ??? ' TiiENTON, KNIGHT, AKD MILLS. '; p ; Plain and . Fancy Letter-press < Prin j tera, Argent afreet. : ' ^ : opiBDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, ::V*"r Ironmongery. andTimlierMerchants, ,.Argent-street. " . '. ? HOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and Fruiterers, Argent-street South. JONES and YOUNG, Sharebrokers, . Land and Mining Agenta, Argent-st. ; TTENNEDY, A., Auc...

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Barrier Miner. TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1889. Public Smelting Works. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1889. . Public Smelting Works. THIS day week Mr. J. Torpy, the new member for Orange in the New. South Wajg3 Assembly, is to move in the House " That, in the opinion, of this House, the Government should, wifch out delay, erect in some central posi- tion, close to a railway and near a coal mine, yorks for the scientific treatment in bulk of auriferous and argentiferous refractory' ores, and that metallurgists and smelters of approved skill should be brought to this colony, either from Freiburg or Swansea, to superintend the construction of such works, and to manage- thea- when erected." Now' the1 Government has an. opportunity " afforded it -of^proving hbwigreai. iii reality is its professed intense solicitude for the mining industry^ " -Kot that it would be . impossiblefor*, several improvements to be made upon Mr. Torpy'a motion. For example, why should it be, specified that the metallur- gists and,smelters should be brought from Swansea ur Freiburg 1 It must no...

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Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

Adelaide Share Market ApgiÀTPB,>Taesday. The weather ia depressing,' an* the i market is dnlL.. The - sales to 2.30 p.m. were:- " - .: -: . Mutooroo-7s 1W; (con) os -- Baker's Creek-81s 9d Wee Jims (pro)-ls 8d .' '2. Brökens-£29 10s Block 14-94a 6d 'Junctions-15s 3d Korths^-20s 9d Souths-32B 6d . - - - Centrals-18a 9d; (con) 15» Block 10-58s British-61s 9d White Leads-3s BlMkPrinee-^rd. -

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GLANCES AROUND. [BY WIDEAWAKE.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

GLANCES AROUND. [BY WIDEAWAKK.] ? THE Australian colonists are always quick to boast that they are free from all the stupid prejudices and absolute restrictions of the parent ? country ; and . yet the European visitor iii astounded to find that in thë^o-àhead colonies; wherejie cities are separated by comparatively immense distances, the mail trainB do not run on Sundays. An English gentleman who recently visited this town expressed to me his great surprise and annoyance that what he called " an absurd relic of narrow Puritanism" should preventthe mail trains ' running on Sundays in Australia. I am entirely of the same opinion myself as regards this Sabbatarian narrow-minded- ness (I can give it no less objectionable a name). In England, where there is a State church having large powers and great influence with the secular authorities, and where the distances between the various centres are not half, in some cases not a quarter, what they are in Australia, the mail trains are run as...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Gold Rush. (BY OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

The Gold Rush.* (BYÖUB MIKING REPOÄTEK.) '. YESTBBDAY I paid the Purnamoota- gold rush a visit. It lies about seven miles north-east of Purnamoota township. The country all round is pegged,-but I- doubt if the peggers belong to the real digger class. They seem to rue to belong to that class so numerous in Australia who will hang round while others do the work ; and if they do not get gold in the first dish of stuff panned they mournfully [ complain. Some of the people who have I visited Purnamoota declare most solemnly ' that the much-talked-of 4oz. nugget never came from the ' new rush. I fail to see I why they should think so.. I made very careful examination, and I see no reason whatevertodonbtthe word of the man who declares that he found it. : If he is work- ing a swindle, then he muBt be a fool as well as a knave, SB I cannot see how he is to benefit from a put-up job. It is not a storekeeper's rush, nor a publican's, for there are neither stores nor public-houses in the neigh...

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Heavy Rains. FAMILIES WASHED OUT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

Heavy Rains. FAMILIES WASHED OUT. li v ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Extremely heavy rains are again re- ported from all parts of the country, from : Cockburn, southward. Terowie is again ' under water. The trains have proceeded, but cautiously, all along from Mannahill down. The River Wakefield, at Auburn, , a usually tiny stream, is coming down ' tremendously strong, and is quite half-a mile wide. Several familes have been washed out. LAMB. The barometer registers 29°40, the lowest point attained for 12 years. Heavy rain is falling, with every appearance of ; continuing. 1

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The Junee Disaster. THE INQUEST. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 April 1889

The Junee Disaster. THE INQUEST. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. Evidence was tendered at the inqnest on the bodies of the driver and stoker of the train which met with the accident near Junee to the effect that if cattle had been straying on the line they could have been seen from the engine, notwithstand- ing the curve. It was also shown that the station-master gave verbal as well as written notice to the deceased driver Oates of the fact that cattle were straying on the line. The inquest was adjourned.

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A Ketch Founders. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

A Ketch Founders. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The ketch Maggie Taylor' foundered directly after crossing the Canden Haven bar, drowning McLean, the cook, and Mrs. Lloyd and her son, the latter passengers. Captain McLennan made a. brave endeavor to saye tb,e two latter. He wat swimming and supporting tho two; but Mrs. Lloyed, seeing him nearly ex- hausted, cried ont ta him " Let me go and save my boy." Jn endeavoring to dp this the captain lost his hold of Doth of thèm, and only succeeded in reaching the shore himself after a terrible struggle.

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Realistic Novels. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Realistic Novels. ? ?-.> MELBOURNE, Wednesday. The Cuatoma have detained a consign- ment of Emile Zola's books, awaiting the Commissioners decision whether they be fit for public circulation or not. They were consigned to a well-known book- seller. There is also in the consignment an objectionable book by George Moore entitled " A Modern Lover." If admitted there will be an enormous demand for the publications.

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The V.R.C. Meeting. IMPORTANT CHANGES. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

The V.R.C. MeetinfruJ MELBOURNE, Wednesday. committee pf the Victorian Racing Olub has, at a full meeting, decided to abolish the Derby |and Selling Stake, in connection with the club's November' meeting. The Maiden Plate, it has been decided, is to take the pl CJ of the others, with 200 SOTS, additional added money. The Coburg Stakes have been increased to 300 sovs. The Melbourne Cup will in future ba 5000 sovs., or 2000 SOTS, richer than it was last year. - The Railway Han- dicap and the Yan Yean Stakes will each hare 100 BOTS, added. The Steeplechase added money will hereafter consist of 750 SOTS. Several changes have also been made in the club's autumn meeting. The Essendon Stakes will have a total of 500 sovs added money, and the distance has been reduced to one mile and two and a half furlongs. The Champion Shakes have been raised from 1000 sovs. to 1500 sovs. added money. Next year's Leger and Foal Stakes will be increased from 500 sovs. and 800 sovs. respectively, to 1000 so...

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Railway Accident. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Raüway Acc¿£^ * -ZT -- JÍ^^^E, Wednesday. ir -ÂÏS^ Pre8enfc unknown, waa. knocke^do^y /traiQ at theMontegue stauon^- The whaeia paased over him and J2$á his legs were cat off, and the man reoeÍTedterribleinjnries otherwise. There Js no hope of his recovery.-'

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Terrible Burning Accident. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Terrible Burning Accident. ?- i MELBOUBHE, Wednesday. An old man named Montgomery, living at Healesville, left a candle, burning by his bedside. Falling asleep . over his reading, his bed clothes caught afire. One ear aid all the hair was burnt oil* the un- fortunate man, of whom there is no hope of recovery. ,:., -

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Hospital [?] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

JTHE hospital has been : almost uncoinfoflf ably fall' all this week. On Monday there .were no less than 33 patients-under treatment, 20 being sufferers from typhoid. The pressure has been somewhat relieved; now, and this af ternoon only 31 patients were in the ; institution. Five, were dis? charged yesterday and three admitted. One of these, Mitchell Boylan by name, died this morning. He was, when admitted,, suffering; acutely from pneumonia. Another inmate, John Collins, a|sp died this morning, after a very severe attack of dysentery. During yesterday a trucker " engaged at the Big mine, named Thomas Pain, sustained a most painful lacerated wound of the right leg. He was- working at an ironstone' shute, when some of the stone fell upon him, causing the injury indicated;

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The Victorian Cabinet. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

The Victorian Cabinet. MEIBOUBSE, Wednesday. The Govern nient intends asking Parlia- ment to sanction the appointment of a Minister of Mines, who shall hold no other Sorti olio, thus making 13 members in the abinet. Mr. J. B. Patterson, the member for Castlemaine, was sworn in yesterday SB Commissioner of Customs vice Mr. W. F. Walker.

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