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"Is Marriage a Failure?" [BY SMILER.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

"Is Marriage a Failure?"   [BY SMILER.]       This subject has been upheaving half the literary world, and as far as I can see, the question is as far from being solved to-day as it was after Adam's honeymoon, when Eve waltzed pensively round looking for ripe apples. Personally I do not care about expressing an opinion, but Mrs. Smiler has most decided ideas on the subject. As, however, I do not wholly endorse them, I keep quiet about it, for reasons which will be readily understood by any man who has spent a couple of years in double harness. Not that I'm afraid—far from it. But   it really is not nice when a person returns   from a hard day's work in the rain and mud to meet a withering glance at the front door, simply because you mistook the mangle for the baby's cot, and then crawled under the dining room table under the impression that you were get- ting snugly and noiselessy into bed. In vain you try...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Public -Notices. ! T^^IT b$^esp^c^ ? j ? oar constituents that we have admitted Mr. G. A. Mills as a ï : partner ia our business aa I Printers and Publishers of the "Barrier^Miner" evening news- paper, and the business in future will be carried ou under the name of Fenton, Knight, ami Mills. In order, therefore, to close i the booka of i the recent partner- ship as quickly as possible, prompt settlement of the : accounts rendered will be ' , ........ v . . : esteomed a favor - . -FENTON and KNIGHT. Public Notices. Ü^TTERSALL'S . MONSTER CON Ü SULTATIONS. SYDNEY CUP-Run at Randwick, 24th ; April,. 1889. - 10,000 Subscribers afc £1 each, 10,000. Firat 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,-1889. 2000 Subscribers at £1 each, 2000. First horse, £lÖ0O ; second horse, £300 ; third horse, £200 ; starters, £250 ; non-starters, £250 ; to be divided amongst them. Earl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Special Advertisements. aBORGE O. BOWEN ANT. CO., Sharebrokërs and Commission Agent», 4, Carrington Chambers, Argent stteeet. HALES BROTHERS, Sharebrokers and Mining Agents. Syndicates ormeft. -Companies floated. 71,-King William-street, Adelaide. ANTHONY S. FOTHERINGHAM, SHAEKBftOKKB, Royal | Exchange.. | Adelaide. "Member Stock .' Exchange of Adelaide._ / s / ' \ r , ?JITR. WYMAN ; BROWN -L1LL -(late Warden at Silverton and Broken .Hill),- rr MINING AND LAND AGENT, \ 1 4, Victoria-chambers,1 CASTCEBKAOH1 SXBBET, SYDNEY. T ËQÂL.-JOHN R. EDWARDS, of -M' Deniliquin, SOLICITOR, ; &c., Com- missioner for Affidavits (New South Wales and Queensland). New Offices in the Commercial Rooms, Grand. Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house: ; . .* " ; . ? -, ??: A. M. RIG HAR D S, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. , . Argent-street, Broken Hill. Warner's: Safe Cure, 6s 6d bottle Pure Limejuice,- quarts 3s - .-. . » ; tl Eno'a Frnic Salt, 3s. _ TY "Ri S E A B R O. O ?; : may be consulted at ' ;s: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Directory. A A. BRICE and CO., Produce Mel r^jff ; chant and Auctioneers, Blende-st. , ; À RMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and Operative Cheniisfc, Argent-street. DOAN BROS., Drapers and Clothiers, Argent-atreefc._ T3RICKKÊLL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. T>ETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting *-*. Chemist, 40 years' experience, Argent-street South. - ?:-.' . "DJSKTHÏ, J., Hairdresser and Tobac-. ' -"-' coniat, Argent-street., V ptLARK and HALL, Solicitors, &c, ^ Argent-street. > : HARSLEY and CLARE, Share brokers, Exchange, Argent-street. "T\ü RIEU, W. P., Grocer and Tea: Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent street._ TRENTON, KNIGHT, ANS MILLS.; *- ' Plain and Fancy Letter-press Prin-; tera, Argent a*reet. EDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, L^nmongeryandTimberMerchanta/ Argent-street. , _ ' ? ? HOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grocers and -, FroiteretB, Argent-street Sonth. ONES and YOUNG, Sharebrokewi Land and Mining Agents, Argent-st. T^ENNEDY, A., Auctioneer and General JX. S...

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STRAY NOTES. PORT AUGUSTA SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

;STRAY NOTES.   PORT AUGUSTA SHOOTING CASE. REFERENCE has previously been made in this column to the case ot Henry Richard- son, who, for shóoting at Leonard Wood- man, a too-intimate friend of his   (Richardson's) wife, and very slightly wounding him, was sentenced by Judge Boucaut, at Port Augusta (S.A.), to seven years imprisonment. It has been shown   that for similar offences - if indeed Richardson's be an offence at all-South Australian Judges Save Inflicted a punish- ment of six months, and then it has been deemed harsh. So great a revulsion of feeling has there been in consequence of Judge Boucaut's extraordinary and un     -merciful sentenced which, be it remem   bered, was delivered after Richardson had   I been recommended to mercy on the     mildest of three counts,-that strenuous'     efforts are being'made to have the monstrous ...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barrier Miner. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1889. The "W. M. M." Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1889. Tie "W. M. M. " Letters. SOÍTR of the miners of the Barrier are doomed to disappointment. They have expressed a determination' to obtain from:those of this office ' in possession" of it the name of him who has .written on'/'Truckers' .Grievances, % under the nam -de' plume of " W." ]&L M.* As faed been pointed ont. before, it would .be à most heinous breach of faith to «divulge : that name ; and none. of . the .most serions consequences which.'can at present be foreseen will cause this divjflgejice. None should know: better than-the miners themselves that' it ia highly dangerous at times to write'or speak on certain subjects'-without preserving ' anonymity. , It was only vp to about .a month ago/that the names of speakers at the"meetings of the Barrier ...branch of the\Miners' Association were. 'publühed -in the . Press. Whyr: was this anonymity preserved? Simply because the publica- tion of names might cause personal loss or incon venience to the ...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. SENTENCES. William White, yesterday found guilty   of uttering counterfeit coin, was sentenced to 18 months in Wilcannia gaol. G. O. Reynell, yesterday found guilty of robbery from the person, was sentenced to four years penal servitude.   Charles Scrimshaw, for attempted suicide, could not find the necessary recognisances, and was sentenced to be imprisoned in Silverton gaol for one month; if he can find bail in the mean-   time he is to be released. ARSON.             Charles May was charged with arson   at Greenslade's (now O'Neill's) hotel, on November 14, 1888.     Mr Cockshott, instructed by Mr. J. R. Edwards, was for the defence.         Mr. B. R. Wise having opened the case for the Crown.         &a...

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Love and Jealousy. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Love áüfl Jealousy. CHAPTER III.^fContïnue<U _.%-I ' Now, what am I-to do in this easel I have nothing against tho young man whatever, except"--His poverty and his long" line of poor relations, that will be sure ; to-be a burden to Juin!' grumbled old Bertram to himself. ^But, father, we are so rich ! ' We hav6- enough for so. many people,' pleaded Sybil,\r ,';r -,. . / . . . 'Ñót enough to enrich all the Howes, ray dear,\T.IBufeI;like.:the young man, X really do like him, and if he had more moneyv and lesa relations, I should prefer him to any yoting: man in the neighborhood for.a son-in-law.' f 0ht father, * dear father, thank you, thank you for saying that, ' exclaimed Sybil, fervently, kissing his bands. * And now that you have told me your mind, what do you want nie/to do, myf darling 1 ' ho inquired, return- ing-* heircaresses. ' Oh, dear father ! an old man like you must- know ! I do want you to give Lyon help and encouragement as you best know how to do it, withou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Wanted. WANTED the puttie to know that prepaid advertise matts. Wanted, Situations, ¿cc, not exceeding, twelve words, wiU=be inserted at one shilling each, or six times for five shillings._ WASTED, afc once, two HOUSE- MAIDS. Australian Club Hotel. WANTED, Cheap, 1, 2, or, 3-Roomed House. Apply T.L.S., this office. WANTED, Bmart YOUTH as Knock- about. J. Cattle, butcher, Argen>st. WANTED,, immediately, smart activé MAN,'aa boots. Australian Club Hotel. : ' > _; WANTED, a YOUTH, to make him » » self useful in shop. Shierlaw and, Qq._. l'_ . WANTED everybody to buy Tickets for the Hospital Benefit, Easter Monday._» WANTED, good general SERVANT. Apply Mrs. S. Knight, top of Iodide-street. ANTED known, the usual Quadrillé Party TO-NI^HT," Ath>tic Hall. J. Roy Harper._' ' ANTED-at nonce, arjWOMAN to d three or four, day's washing. AppJ j. W. T- Linton, Auction MarÇ. "CANTED kno,wñ^hlít_yófl ean.r ge \ A V any. kind of Poultry, live or dressed for faster Holidays at W. HIMMLER'S,...

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Crystal Skating Rink. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Crystal Skating Rink. THE attendance at tbe Crystal Skating Bink last evening was again good. f.Kb special attraction was billed for the even- ing, but the majority present indulged in thé ordinary skating with great zest. To . night, in addition to the skating, there will be a ball, anda proportion of the pro- ceeds is to be devoted - to the Miners' j Association. Daring the. evening there will, in addition to the ordinary skating; be a tilting match and a tug-of-war be- tween ten of the Proprietary mine and a picked ten from the other mines.

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Great Flux Quarry. (BY OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Great Flux Quarry^ (BY OUR MIÍÍ^BJBFOM^É } OSE of the first things that strikes an intelligent visitor to the big- mines* upon ¡ the Barrier is the. utter "absurdity ï of the| course adopted by the "directors, or those ! who are responsible ^r 'thef coufse^urW sued, in sending to South Australia for a certain class of flux in very large quan- tities. Of course if the Barrier Banges did not contain material suitable for flux iihg'putposes, then one could not cavil at the proprietors of various smelting works for; getting their flux-where it best suited them ; but, as a matter of fact, there is plenty of this much required material to be found within a radius of 30 miles of our greafest mining contre ; and the quality is of such a high class-that the most competent analyst in Broken Hill has pronounced, in writing, that it is nearly perfect. And yet, it is alleged, the Proprietary Company refuse to pur- chase that flux unless supplied at a much lower rate chan the Bame class of materi...

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Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

Adelaide Share Market, ---i APK&AÏDS, Wednesday. The. market, is .quiet owing to tho ^s^M^^7X"G¿^ and u unctions ' arel Btrorig. The .-. Exchanges close on Thursday, re-opening thu day week. The sales to.2.30 pim. were \-. Baker's Greek-rrflSs Carrington-3s 2d* Brokehs-4ß2Ö 6s' Block 14-9c(3 British-61s Norths-§0a 4|d Junctíqns-l§s lid Souths-32s 6d " Centrals-19s 8d; (con) 15s 6d Block 10-r66s6dv I Extended-2s ld

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The Kate Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 17 April 1889

The Kate Mine. A MEETING of shareholders in the Kate S.M. Company was held. , on Monday j night,' when the following resolution was agreed upon :-" That this meeting ap- proves of the action of the directors in «diing tho meeting and malting the suggestion for suspension for six months, and that the shareholders present be asked to respond to the third in stalment of the present call, and that all such shares as remain unpaid on 30th instant, be absolutely forfeited." _ THE TOBACCO isox :-For the infonoa mation of the public, it may be stated that the new Shaving and Hairdressing Saloon in connection with the Tobacco Box, Ar- gent-street, has been fitted with the latest mprovements, and is conducted by first olam bands.-[AJ>VT.J

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The Onkaparinga Races. LATEST BETTING. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 April 1889

The Onkaparinga Races. r :-:-"W-:--. . J j . J - LATEST BETTING. . ' . ADELAIDE, Thursday. ^The Jätest straight oats for the Huidles aie Sluggard; 7 to 4 taken' freely ; 5 to l_hár 1^offered. Banker and Snapdragon have' been in most demand. 10 to 1 : barV 2 is offered in the Steeple. Two to 1 about Flashlight is offered and taken ; 6 to 1 Saxon, 100 to 12 Mahdi taken. For the Cop, 3 to 1 is offered and 4 to 1 taken freely about Micawber. Slug- gard is backed at tens to 1. For the double Sluggard and Flashlight are backed at 5 to 1 ; Sluggard and Saxon at hundreds to 7, taken freely. With Slug- gard Skylark ia next in demand, then Mahdi. Snapdragon and Flashlight are backed for all the money in the market ; also Saxon and Mahdi. \ ? '

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Disastrous Floods. TWO WOMEN DROWNED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 April 1889

; Disastrous Floods. ? :< ? . -_:___,_? . TWO WOMEN DROWNED. ADELAIDE. Thursdav. Farther information from the country with additional particulars of the flood showing that immense damage has been j done everywhere. ; Mrs. and Miss Emily Pawl-ns were drowned at Two Wells. They were out driving when the trap was carried away. The sony who was in the trap, was with difficulty rescued. ; ? ¿ ;Ji ; * : The weather has apparently cleared, although, there are still occasional showers.

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Closing a Coal Mine. AUCKLAND, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 April 1889

Cloging a Coal Mine. § ^ - = AUCKLAND, Thursday. It ia reported that it is intended to close the Wallsend Coal mine, at Brannerton, . owing to the depression in trade.

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Attempted Rape. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 April 1889

¡v: Attempted Rape. im« n'-ot) ft . --: - -" ?' ADELAIDE, Thursday. B William ¡McIntyre, a laborer, having a .wife and family, has been committed for: trial at Millicent, for an attempted rape -upon Emily Cove, a girl of 16.

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The Printers' Strike. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 April 1889

Tile Printers1 Strike. -? |s..>:-.f¿,7; . B-usBAint, Thursday-. ; , The Telegraph composing room is now nearly ' fiU^d . permanently, amd it is believed the men will have to submit.

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Victorian Coal. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 April 1889

: í , ; Victorian Coal. '^;f : * ' ' : 'MkraotruKB, Thursday. v A deputation from the Great Morwell Coal Company asked Premier Gillies to nave ' tests made of their product, and ( ascerta^i whether it was genuine or not. ' Xhéy stated that their deposit was 30 miles long, and 50 feet deep, and that they can raise cheaply, and beat the Newcastle out of the colony. Mr. Gillies promised that if the trials were successful, the railway would be extended to the raine {inmediately. - -

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A.M.A. WEEKLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 April 1889

A. M A. WEEKLY MEETING. THE weekly meeting of the Barrier branch of the Miners' Association was held on Tuesday night, when the president, Mr. J. Neil was in the chair. There was not a large attendance of members. Mr. F. Jolly, manager of the-^Junction, wrote signifying his willingness to provide ambulance stetchers at his mine. Messrs. Spry and Barker reported that at the shift of the Big mine in which there were stewards, 129 men out of the 160 men were unionists. The secretary -reported that altogether 399 miners at the Pro- prietary out of 456 were members. Messrs. Sleath, Bowe, Barker, Elvidge, Manley, Henderson, McLean, Warne, and McEwin were appointed to attend for this branch at the quarterly meeting to be held on Saturday. It was unanimously decided, on the motion of Mr. Manley, seconded by Mr. Henderson, "That this being one bf the most import- ant mining districts in New South Wales, we as abody of miners, petition the Minister for Mines to appoint a local mine inspector ...

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