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Quarrymen on Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Quarrymen on Strike. THE men who were working afc Hoffmann's lime quarry, near Black Hill, are now out on strike. Thi3 is owing, it is stated, to their having been refused 6s per ton (which is ls advance upon what they have been hitherto getting) for raising the stone. It is also stated that Mr. Grant and Mr. Baby, 'who own quarries at Acacia Dam, are allowing 9s and 6s 6d per ton respectively for braising similar stone. The owners of Hoffman's quarry reply, stating that, .owing to. present low-profits, ¡ they cannot Bee their way to accédé to the ( men's request. Men are warned.by those on strike against engaging with the pro- prietors,

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mt. Costigan Mine. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Mi Costigan Mine. SVDHEY, Wednesday. A shareholders meeting resolved that the New Mount Costigan S.M- Company should-take over the assetB and liabilities of the old company and proceed with the work immediately.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLANCES AROUND. [BY WIDEAWAKE.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

GLANCES AROUND. -'"[BY WlDEi.WAKW.l THI identity bf a certain individual who, over the initials " W.M.ML\" has been: expressing his" views in ¿the public PreBS on the subfçfct of "whatls known "asjrthe " Truckers'ÎGrievanees," is exercising the minds of a section of the local, branch of the Miners' Association. It appears that the opioio^s-expresaed by:,thÍ3 individual do not find favor with Mine "of'-'his fel- lows. . .fie has expressed himself opposed to the action of the association in pro- posing to make demands upon the mine managers for more pay for Sunday-work j and has the temerity to doubt that the truckers have any grievance at all on this and similar score"». This has called down upon his devoted head a shower of some- thing like abuse, andat the weekly meeting of the association held on the 10th instant the vice-presidentj^whose -du'y as chair- man was to maintain the dignity of the proceedings, and not to encourage aimless and unprofitable outbursts, actually pro- posed...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Rains. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

General Rains. . SYDNEY, Wednoaday. . Kain commenced to fall in the icity yesterday morning, and continued all day, endmost of last night. Reports show that there has been a fall in the country, some places registering as much las three inches. .?. ?' ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Coffee Palace. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

h The Çofifeej J?alace¿ >. i THE report jthat :the-: foundations of the; j Coffee Palace, in' course of erection In Argent-atreet, immediately. opposite the I new, offices of the BARRIER MINER,'were likely to suffer through Monday's flood is declared by the contractor to be founda tionless: The erection .pf the. large, premise^ has been delayed for over a week now in consequence of the supply of hrickB . having run. aliort.Through, this a large number of men have been rendered idle for many days ; but it will be satis- factoryboth'for thêm'and'thé'pubKo Ttb^ know that work will b© recommenced almost at once.' ? .> i^-ui *r

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrific Storm. TOWNS IMMERSED. ADELAIDS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Terrific Störm. . - - . - -w- ? . TOWNS IMMERSED. - ADELAIDS, Wednesday. }fc has now been raining without inter nñssjón since Sunday night,' and there is, np to thé present, no appearance of even a Slight cessation. Crafers, in the eastern fange, registered eight incheB, and roany ! other places report nearly as much. Yes- terday afternoon, as telegraphed, the -barometer foretold a gale, which has come. It began to violently blow towards last evening,and the wind increased during the night. It is still squally. The sea in the gulf is very rough, and great damage has been done to the yachts moored off Glenelg. Most of them have been driven ashore and some of them have been smashed. One boatshed has been carried Bodily away and then broken tb splinters. The Patawalonga Creek, emptying near (glenelg, is a roaring river, fully a mite wide in places, and the Torrens is ex- tremely high. More than one boatshed on jts banks haye'been carried ¡»way and qt}ier damage has been done. The weir?...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Brisbane Blocks. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

; The Brisbane Blocks. . ; {br the coursé of the directors' -report for the period ending March 31, the follow- ing occurs :-4**« With the exception of one; slight break the drought has continued at: Broken Boll all through , this period, and the sbmetinies almoBt impossibility of obtaining fresh water has caused the bor- ing' and work' generally to be carried on under exceptional difficulties. The drill has bored 554-feet, ¿niaking a total depth of 1344 feet. All the machinery necea-' Bary for sinking the main shaft has now been purchased, and is in position, and the work will be prosecuted as poon as the lode is cut. The directors have found it necessary to accept the resignation of Mr. Dewar, the mining manager.! Mr. James Logan has been appointed to|he position,; and has consented to. occHpy .it until the., j drill has finish ed ita/work. | Mr, John Dillon left ..Melbourne fori Tasmania yesterday afternoon. Mr. Jf vB. Patterson has been sworn in Commissioner of Oùstôms in the Vi...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TIMES' PERJURERS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

THE TIMBS PERJURERS! ' LoNBOK, Tuesday. Patrick, Molloy, for. perjury in .con- nection with the Times1 case against' the Parnellitea before the Commission, ... has been sentenced to six months im- prisonment with hard labor.

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OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. TASMANIAN LOAN FLOATS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

OUR SPECIALSERVICE CABLEGRAMS. TASMANIAN LOAN FLOATS, i : -, ; LONDOK, Tuesday. : The . Tasmanian million loan, has . been; subscribed twice over. The averajge is £98, or a pound abofe the minimum; fixed..- - -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wrestling. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Wrestling. As announced by advertisement elsewhere, a wrestling tournament will be commenced at the Globe Hotel, Oiyatal-street, under the direction of Messrs. F. Knight and J. H. Cosgrove, next Saturday, and be continued on Easter Monday. Prizes to the extent of £15 are offered for competir tion, and a first-class ring has been pre- pared. The promoters will spare neither -time nor expense in order to. ensure the contests being successfully completed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Complimentary Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Complimentary Benefit. > À HONHIEB programme is in preparation for. the benefit tq be tendered in Hamil- ton's 'ijall1'to-morrow'night to Messrs.i Maitland and Coughlan, of the TrWers Yale company. - Miss Byk Gregory will appear in:»By.: »neq|a^tie§, an^Jq^Ioe and little Charlie" Ice will »Iso* contribute. Mr. Charles Marques will present lightning sketches of local celebrities; Professor Provost, will, do some conjuring 5 and; Joe Somers^ fcjie pianist, wUl bein attendance; Mr." Oou'ghlaV in'new ^h sp§oiflitîes, concluding with Mr.' Maitland'* original I farce, entitled " Mixed." MessrB -Mait- land and Coughlan ; played the parts of Arthur Ellington and Qory Maguire respectively" in ^ The Qanhon/B Sleuth " at the Theatre Boyal recently. . There will b, e a dance after the performance, to which holdersjof |rqnfe}àe4t tfokgtó if pli he admitted frofl.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miners' Hospital Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

THE ladies' committee tu conheotlôn with the bazaar which is being prepared formby the local branch;"of- the Miners^ Associa I rion met at the Mechanics' Institute laat evening. . . Mr. Richard Sleath,.the chairs pian''of thdr 6omi3*ittee appointed bv the ! branoh to arrange tKè Waar, presided) and announced the business to be the 1 consideration^ of zprpgress made, ,The fqUowp^^'-liidiëFrHported thé Tëèèipt^ of the amounts named;-Mesdamñf ¡ Loutit and Öal'e, "£2Í4 Mesdames ,'^erby and Christopher;!i £6 8s. '4àV ; "Mesdames I Sleath and Grey, £3 Os. 6d.< ; Miss Mea- dows, £9 5s. 3d. ; Miss Francis, 7s. ; Mr. Brenton^ '£5" 6a. 4M. A1J present ex- pressed their satisfaction with'' thór result of thi?3 $«ió^1f,^^f ;hj|iû^| arranged other details, the meeting adj ourned. -------- h "

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Is it Charitable? TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Is it Charitable ? TO THE EDITOR Of THE BARRIER MINER, Bp*,-Is iban act of humanity to turn á wórtny-and* 4e3er>ing; ñ¿emtyaí¡ #f \ fhe community a way from'à puolio'ihstitution, such as the Broken HUI Hospital, while such member is suffering from severe in- jurie^ ïeoefrreâ s¿ ljis work QU ttye 'Pro- prietary' mine"? %6 my mind it is neither humane nor Gnristianlike for the officers of any hospital to refqsó distinctly to attend to a man who has worked for three ye^rs oh'the abbye':mentione4 mine, and who has always beeb ready'to contribute his mite towards the support of that insti- tution from which he has now been so discharged. The officers may put forward j professional etiquette as a justification of their action iowàrdf tbis mau I refer to, becausej npon meeting with the accident,' he. was at, once,, attended . by an outside doctor ; but £ would add to their ujwbarit-" able deed the . further ' cb'ai ge. of petty jealousy; <Ab^fted~that theyhada right to refuse...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Share Market. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Melbourne Share Market. MBXBOUKKE, Wednesday. Little business ia doing. The sales to 12,30 p.m. were : ' Souths-32a 64 JQentrals-19s? 6d : . . Junctions-15a'3d Softth Extenqe4^s 8^.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Junee Accident. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

The Junee Accident. é i. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The jury at the inquest on the bodies of the victims of the Junee railway accident censured the guard of the pre- ceding train for haying neglected' to leay-e word aÇ Old Junee'that cattle were ; straying on the line3; they 'also7 'censured the gatëkèeper through' which the cattle strayed for not having it locked, and also for "-not ' having S^OWÏI the> danger lUg when she shew Çhere"rçere''cattle, QR the

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Port Pirie Coke. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Port Pirie toke. á. WEEK ago it was. announced that the ovens erected by the Port Pirie and West- port Coke Company were almost -com- pleted. During the latter part ? of - last week everything was got in readiness, and oij: Monday morning the first charge of coke, made -.. from Westport ' coal; was drawn. The samples were pronounced of 'excellent quality, and the operation was declared an unqualified Buccess. - The British and Australian coke ovens, writes par Port Pjrie correspondent, are daily ex- pected to be at work.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 ¿.m. :" Céntrala (pro)-bayera, 18B 6d; sellers, 19s Pioneers-buyers, 4s ; sellers, 4B 3d Broken Hill Proprietary Company sellers, £30 ' f . " Block li-buyers, 94s 6d ; sellers, S¡6a Block 10-sellers, 61s Junctions-sellers, ISs 9d Souths (pro)-buyers, 31a 6d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

lie conséquence of the sudden indisposi- tion of the reporter appointed to attend the weekly meeting of the Miners' Asso- ciation hut evening, and hú inability to. arrange for a substitute; >re are unable to publish aj^t-rmort, and are indebted to the se/^^arx, Mr. T. H.- Winnett, for laj^iort of thiJbusiness done. Through i press of matter we are, however, compelled t A TinM nvmr thia re Dort till to-morröw.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "W. M. M." Letters. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

The " W. M; Mi" Letters. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BAKRIHR MINES. SIB,-Having read the correspondence re " W.M.M." and other members of the A.M.Á., I would like to relate a little incident that took place on the night of the burning of the effigy that may throw some light on the actions of the Silrcr Age in denouncing your paper. Eight or nine men with myself were standing hi a cluster near where the army was holding forth. We were discusing the merits of "W.M.M.," when a cheeky-looking individual poked his attenuated nose into. ;, ourmidst. One of the men there knew him, and told the rest of us on the quiet that he was a reporter for the SUver Age., We au took the hint, and said little or nothing until this reporter began to speak. In the course pf his remarks he said he had known members of the staff of a newspaper write this kind of letter to invite public discussion, so that it would make the paper sell well, and Tie thought that some of the staff of the MIKBR might. have written the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CIRCUIT COURT. CRIMINAL CALENDAR. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. (Before His Honor Judge Stephan). COUNTERFEIT COIN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

: CIRCUIT COURT. , . CRIMINAL CALENDAR. ?TUESDAY, APRIL 16. -, (Before His Honor Judge Stephan). *- - - COUNTERFEIT ODIN. I After?*; our report closed yesterday evening, William White was indicted for utter- ing accunterfeit coin on December 24 last. The statement was that, at a game of chance called " shilling in and the winner shout," prisoner put into the pool a gilded farthing which he tried to pass off as a half-sovereign ; the fraud was detected by the winner of the pool, but not before he had paid the prisoner 8s. as changed .»' i fi.£A t i. The winner, Tedmund Thomas, testified to this effect, and identified" the coin, which was produced in'court. ' John Callaghan deposed that he also was present and' joitred4h4he gamei He corroborated the evidence of the previous witness.- ."? . y.it hfA^ui .. Prisoner, in his own; defence, stated he uttered the coin in good faithfbelieving it to be a half-Bovereign. *\ . His Honor pointed out to the jury that the prisoner-'gare''>no^bz^...

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