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Shearer's Union. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Shearers' Union. &nbsp; A MEETING of shearers was held on Wed- nesday evening at Matheson's Barrie. Club Hotel. About 20 shearers attended- &nbsp; It was decided to form a viligance com- mittee in connection with the Shearers' &nbsp; &nbsp; Union, for the purpose of furthering the interests of the members in the district. A chairman and secretary were appointed, and it was also decided to hold a meeting &nbsp; every Wednesday evening, when all interested are invited to attend. &nbsp; DURING the month of February the fol- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; lowing amounts were collected at the Sil- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; verton Warden's Office :—Mineral leases, &nbsp; &nbsp; £85 ; survey fees, £44 ; mineral licenses, £14 ; business licences, £9 ; licenses, £3 &nbsp; 10s; miners' rights, £l ; warden's court summons, 12s 6d. Total, £157 2s 6d. &nbsp;
Typhoid at Balranald. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Typhoid at Balranald. —.— &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY, Friday. &nbsp; Balranald is bordering on panic on account of typhoid epidemic. Appeals are being made for assistance for nurses and doctors. Those residing at Balranald &nbsp; are worked to death. The people are leaving the place in great numbers. Fifty cases are known to exist, and there are daily about five deaths on an average. The Church of England congregation at Euston, which is attended by a clergyman from Balranald, refused to hear him on Sunday, dreading infection. &nbsp;
Te Kooti Captured. AUCKL AND, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Te Kooti Captured. —.— &nbsp; Auckland, Friday. &nbsp; &nbsp; Yesterday morning, at daylight, the military advanced on Te Kooti's pah, finding there two or three hundred fol- lowers. Te Kooti, his wives, and his attendants had left the camp, which was taken possession of. Te Kooti was then pursued and captured without disturbance. Much uneasiness is felt over the followers of Te Kooti dispersing in the quiet man- ner they have done.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Public Notices. TATTERSALL'S MONSTERCON &nbsp; SULTATIONS. &nbsp; NEWMARKET HANDICAP. — Run &nbsp; at Melbourne March 2, 1889. 10,000 &nbsp; subscribers at L1 each, L10,000. First horse L5000, second horse L2000, third horse L1000, starters L1000, non-starters L1000, to be divided amongst them. &nbsp; AUSTRALIAN CUP.—Run at Mel- &nbsp; bourne March 5, 1889. 2000 subscribers at L1 each, L2000. First horse L1000, second horse L300, third horse L200, starters L250, non-starters L250, to be divided amongst them. Early application for tickets requested, &nbsp; &nbsp; so that the fortunate drawers of horses will have time to hedge. &nbsp; NOTE . —Persons making applica- tion first please register their letters to ensured safe delivery; also, enclose two addressed stamped envelopes, one for reply and the other for result of drawing. Address " TATTERSALL," ' care of G. Adams, Tattersall's, Pitt-street, Sydney. &...
The Parliament. NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
The Parliament NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION. &nbsp; SYDNEY, Friday. The usual ceremony attended the formal &nbsp; opening of Parliament by the Govern &nbsp; ment yesterday afternoon. Large crowds &nbsp; wene gathered outside the building, and the inside, was packed with visitors, including fully a couple of hundred ladies. The Governor's speech notified that it was intended by the Ministers to make &nbsp; the session a short one, dealing almost &nbsp; exclusively with finance. and only a very, &nbsp; few other questions. In the Council Dr. MacT.awrin moved the adoption of the Address-in-Reply. Mr. Heydon second- ing. Mr. Cox moved an amendment, expressing disagreement with the recent Council appointments. The debate was &nbsp; eventually adjourned. In the Assembly &nbsp; Mr. Alex. Brown moved the adoption of the Address, Mr. Allison seconding. Sir Henry Parkes amendment was as follows : -"Inasmuch as your Excellency's M...
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Adelaide Share' Market i - -, . ADELAIDE, Friday. ' .BUSINESS in Barrier shares were middling &nbsp; to-day, the sales to 2.30 p.m. were :'- &nbsp; &nbsp; Bake¿s Creek-85s 6d Wee Jims-ls 3d &nbsp; Mutooroos- 24a ; (con), 22s &nbsp; &nbsp; Broken Hills-£290 8s 10d ; (new issue ' ! £29 19s &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Block 14-91s 6d &nbsp; &nbsp; Junctions -13s ld Norths-23s 3d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Block 10-34s &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; British Blocks - 73s &nbsp; Centrals- 9s 10½d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Lady Brassey-8d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Victoria Cross-6s 4½d &nbsp; &nbsp; Pioneers-3s 7d &nbsp; South Extendeds~2s 6d &nbsp; &nbsp;
Silverton Council. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Silverton Council. THE fortnightly meeting was held at the council chambers on Thursday evenings Present—the Mayor (Mr. Henry Browne) &nbsp; Aldermen O'Connell, McMahon, Newn- ham, Gilbert, Smith, Tantram, the clerk (Mr. A. L. Tait). The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed, excepting that which re- lated to the office hours of the clerk. This is to be considered at a future meeting. &nbsp; The minutes of the special meeting held on February 19 were also read and con- firmed. . &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CORRESPONDENCE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A letter dated February 11 was received from the Lands Department respecting the sum of £150 promised by the Minister for Mines for the purpose of fencing the Central Park. In this it was stated that the £1?? would be paid to the trustees of the Park this year's estimates have been ????. It was also added that the vote for 1888 is exhausted, and that...
Mineral Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Mineral Leases. The following mineral leases are now lying at the warden's office, Silverton, for execution by the respective lessees : Application No. 3009, by Jas. Reid Stewart, of Broken Hill, and James Sher- vington, of Maybell 3012, by Frederick Adam Freer, of Silverton 2980, by Frederick Biermann and Frederick William Erpf, of Euriowie, Michael Healy, John Condon, -Michael &nbsp; John Howard of Broken Hill, and Henry &nbsp; George Smith, of Adelaide &nbsp; 2981, same applicants &nbsp; 2982, same applicants. 2997, Raflfaelli Gabriel Clark, George Daley and John Rundle, of Purnamoota 3004;, Oliver Gray, of Purnamoota &nbsp; 1935. Frank Parr Perry, of Adelaide, and Raffaeli Gabriel Clark, of Purna- moota, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 1836, same &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 2876, Frank Parr Perry 2877, same &nbsp; 2878, same &nbsp; 3024, same &nbsp; 2199, William Goodal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Mining Notices. TERRIBLE DICK SILVER MINING COMPANY. THE Directors of the above Company &nbsp; are prepped to SMELT or PUR- CHASE SILVER ORES, For terms apply at the Smelting Works. &nbsp; CAPTAIN IVESON, Manager, P.O., Purnamoota ; SILVER RING S.M. COMPANY. No Liability. &nbsp; &nbsp; NOTICE is hereby given that a SPE- CIAL MEETING of SHAREHOL- &nbsp; DERS in the above Company will be held on THURSDAY, 7th MARCH, at the YORK HOTEL, Broken Hill, commenc- ing at 8 o'clock p.m. sharp. Business—To Consider the Circum- stance of Machinery being Removed from the Mine by the Contractor, and general business in connection with the Company. By Order of the Board, A. A. BRICE, &nbsp; Legal Manager. RICHARD RUBY SILVER MINING COMPANY, Limited. &nbsp; &nbsp; NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. NOTICE is hereby given that on and &nbsp; after 7th day of MARCH all &nbsp; Shares in the above Company upon which the FIRST CALL of TWO ...
A Wife-Beater. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
A Wife-Beater. THE warrant issued yesterday against &nbsp; Frederick Bennett, on a charge of ill- using his wife, resulted in his being &nbsp; brought up before the local court this &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; morning and being fined £3 3s. 4d., with the alternative of 14 days' imprisonment.
Insolvency Court, Silverton WEDNESDAY. Before the District Registrar, Mr. J. Saunders. IN RE MARTIN STEPHEN, OF BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Insolvency Court, Silverton WEDNESDAY &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Before the District Registrar, Mr. J. Saunders. &nbsp; IN RE MARTIN STEPHEN OF BROKEN HILL &nbsp; The bankrupt Martin Stephen, was re- presented by Mr. Julian, the official assig- nee by Mr. Edwards, and Mr. Jhonson represented the Adelaide creditors. The insolvent being duly sworn and examined by Mr. Edwards, said : I commenced business as a brewer at Broken Hill last August twelve months : I want to amend my statement of affairs in one or two par- ticulars, and add to the list of liabilities, and also the assets : I have already given the particulars to the official assignee ; Mr. J. S. Solomon lays claim to part of my estate ; he has no claim on the estate mentioned in my assets, and state- ment of affairs ; have had dealings with &nbsp; Mr. J. S. Solomon ; in my statement of affairs I have included brewery, plant, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Directory. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A.A. BRICE and CO., Produce Me- &nbsp; chant and Auctioneers, Blende-st. &nbsp; ARMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and &nbsp; Operative Chemist, Argent-street. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BOAN BROS., Drapers and Clothiers Argent-street. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BRICKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. &nbsp; BETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting Chemist, 40 years' experience, &nbsp; Argent-street South. &nbsp; BERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobacconist Argent-street. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CHARSLEY and CLARK, Share- brokers, Exchange, Argent-street. COPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheel- &nbsp; wright, Livery and Bait Stables, &nbsp; Oxide-street. DU RIEU, W. F., Grocer and...
Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] THE CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
&nbsp; Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] &nbsp; THE CENTRAL. THE Central mine cannot claim to be very sincerely beloved by the general public, for it was the rock upon which many strong banking accounts split when the "boom" collapsed a few months ago. It would not be going far from the facts of the case to state that the Central mine started and finished the mad silver mania which set in with such force at Broken Hill and which did so much to paralyse &nbsp; legitimate mining on the field. I have always held that the mine is a good one and my last , visit to the claim confirms that opinion. But, in addition, the mine can now boast a manager of great promise and ability, and one in whom the share- holders can trust to develop the mine to its utmost capacity, or I am much mis- taken. This gentleman, Mr. F. F. Thomas, is an American of high repute as a mining authority. I found him quiet, rather reticant, but not unnecessarily so, and willing enough ...
Barrier Hiner FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1889. The A.M.A. Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
FRIDAY, MARCH, 1889. The A. M. A. Conference. THE annual conference of the delegates from the various branches of the Miners' Association, now sitting at Ballarat, is getting through its work at an almost unprecedentedly rapid rate. This, no doubt, is principally due to the excellent business tact and administrative ability of the président, Mr. J. B. Burton, in conjunction with the remarkable organising powers of the secretary, Mr. W. G. Spence, two officers of whom any society might well be proud. Following the time-honored custom, the morning of the first day of the Conference was devoted almost &nbsp; entirely to the delivery of the presi- dent's address. This, from the epitome supplied by our special correspondent at Ballarat, would seem to be a well conceived effort ; and specially deserv- ing of the careful attention of members of the Association were the references to the Newcastle coalminers' strike. Of two things Mr. Burton, and not he alone but others before him, ...
Another Typhoid Patient. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Another Typhoid Patient. MR. DONALD MORRISON is amongst those very ill with typhoid fever at the local hospital. He first showed signs of the illness while en route to Mount Brown to conduct the election campaign in Mr. O'Neill's interest, and had to be brought down, by easy stages, being 14 days on the road. When he arrived here he. was in a very exhausted condition, and is not now out of danger. It is believed he con- tacted the fever attending in the sad Schuting case, in which he greatly in- &nbsp; &nbsp; terested himself.
B. H. Proprietary. HIGHEST ON RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
B. H. Proprietary. HIGHEST ON RECORD. The following is the output for the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; week from the B. H. Proprietary : — Ore treated... ... 2460 tons Bullion produced ... 424 tons &nbsp; Silver ... ... 105,169 ozs. &nbsp; This is the first time the century of thousands has been topped, and the yield is far above the average. Eight furnaces were in blast. &nbsp;
CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
CHAPTER XIII. At a quarter before twelve the three ladies with their two maids, were stand- ing on the platform of King's Cross &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Station, but no sign was there of Noel. &nbsp; 'Dear, dear, that boy will he be late? exclaimed Miss Wyvill, who was begin- &nbsp; ning to be fidgety. How tiresome those soldiers always are ! I believe they take a positive pride in almost missing their &nbsp; &nbsp; train. He will rush up just when we are starting, and perhaps break his legs. Well, children, we had better be getting in ; he will find us, or, if he does not, it will serve him right.' Noel however did not come, and they departed without him. Graham was griev- ously appointed, but was cheered by the assurances of her companions that he would certainly come by the next train. They reached Lacey Park in safety, and twice during the evening was the carriage &nbsp; &nbsp; sent to Doncaster to meet the Lond...
Land " Boom " Failures. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Land "Boom" Failures. &nbsp; &nbsp; MELBOURNE, Friday. Many other complications are likely to &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; arise out of the Melbourne land boom &nbsp; collapse. The failure of Augustus Wil- &nbsp; loughby, of Dandenong, is announced. &nbsp; The figures named are : liabilities £46,000; &nbsp; assets £81,000. Wm. Harrison Fuller, of &nbsp; North Melbourne, has failed for £7000. &nbsp; His assets are set down at £4250. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;