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CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
CHAPTER XV. &nbsp; At the beginning of the new year, Nell &nbsp; &nbsp; Wyvill and Douglass Scott were quietly married-indeed almost as quietly as Molly and Jack had been. They had no guests, except Nell's nearest relatives, and the only bridesmaids were Graham Falconer and Nell's sister Conny. Nell, who was always of a practical turn, said bluntly- ' What is the use of spending a small fortune over our wedding, when we are going to follow the drum? &nbsp; &nbsp; They arranged to go for their honey- moon into the South of France, and it was possible that their wanderings might extend into Italy. The latter tour was however to depend upon the state of their finances. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the day after the wedding Mrs. Wyvill, with Graham and Conny, went to Ordmore. Graham, being now of age, felt herself bound to remain during six months of the year amongst her own people. She had had the place entirely renovated whils...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Public Notices. BILLHEADS HANDBILLS MENU CARDS RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS ENVELOPES, &c. COLOR And Artistic PRINTING a specialty. FENTON AMD KNIGHT BARRIEK MINER OFFICE Argent Street Dr. Browne Chlorodyne. THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. POISON IN THE ASHES.- Many people believe that Nature has some- where a remedy for every disease. So many and so terrible are the ills of life, and so slight the pleasure we get as time &nbsp; &nbsp; flies past, that such a belief is the least &nbsp; faith we can show in a gracious and all- wise Providence. A few remedies-but alas, how few !-have been found. Others, so far, lie hidden from human inquiry. Occasionally, death follows quickly on the heels of evil-an illustration of I the &nbsp; &nbsp; dangerous character of the ailment to be relieved. In no country in the world are there so many insane asylums filled to overflowing, all resulting from Nervous Dyspepsia. Its leading symptom are these; freq...
The District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
The District Court. At a recent meeting of the Executive a few changes in connection with the work- ing of the District Courts were determined upon, and amongst them is one which affects this district. Judge Murray having been appointed a commissioner to inquire into the case of Mr. Fehon, one of the Railway Commissioners, Judge Backhouse has been appointed to act as judge for the southern district. Mr. F. W. Gibson, barrister-at-law, has been appointed to act as deputy judge and chairman of Quarter Sessions for the north-western district from February 27. During the following month Mr. Gibson will preside at the courts to be held at Murrurundi, Gunnedah, Narrabri, Walgett, Coonamble, and Coonabarabran. Mr. G. H. Fitz- hardinge will assist as acting-judge in the metropolis during March, and in April, May, and June will act as District Court judge in the north-western district. This north-western district includes, in addi- tion to the courts named, Bourke, Hill- ston, Balranald, Wen...
NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
NOTICE OF MAILS. To AND From ADELAIDE.-Leave Ade- laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Saturdays. Arrive Broken Hill, 2.25 a.m. and 7.50 a. m. except Mondays. Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 p.m. and 10 p.m., except Saturdays. &nbsp; &nbsp; Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45 p.m., -except Mondays. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; EURIOWIE.-Leave Broken Hill, Tuesday and Friday, 10.30 a.m. ; arrive Euriowie, 6.30 p.m. | Leave Euriowie, Wednesday and Satur- day, 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken Hill, &nbsp; &nbsp; 5.30p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Arrive Broken Hill, Thursday and Sun- &nbsp; day, 5.30 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mt. GIPPS.-Leave Broken Hill, Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; day 10 a.m., 12:15 p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Sporting. ONKAPARINGA GRAND CON- SULTATION. &nbsp; ON THE ONKAPARINGA CUP'. 1500 Subscribers at £1 each. First horse... ... ... £750 Second . 250 Third . 150 Starters (divided). 175 Non-starters (divided) ... 175 Total.£1500 Early application for tickets requested, &nbsp; to enable lucky drawers of horses to hedge. Norm.-The money will be paid into the Bank of Australasia, Broken Hill, and to ensure everything being square and aboveboard, the subscribers present will elect their own committee to superintend the drawing. &nbsp; &nbsp; The drawing will take place immedi- &nbsp; ately the consultation is filled, and the time and place will be notified in the BARRIER MINER. Intending subscribers will please register their letters to ensure delivery, and enclose addressed and stamped envelopes for reply and result of drawing. Address- WARREN and PETRIE, Broken Hill. N.B.-Adelaide. Cup Consultation, £1500 to follow. HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC &...
LOVERS BOTH. CHAPTERXlV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
LOVERS BOTH. &nbsp; &nbsp; CHAPTER XIV.-(Continued.) Enjoying the galleries of splendid paintings of both modern and ancient schools, the churches, the museums, gardens,parks, shops, concerts, the many &nbsp; excursions, the hotel balls, and the hundred and one amusements always to be obtained in Brussels, they remained until it was time to return to Idleminster' to Nell's wedding. Never once had Graham's spirits flagged. She appeared to have put her false love away out of her life as com- pletely as though he had never existed. &nbsp; Yet, in the quiet nights, when no human &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; eye was upon her, she lay sobbing wildly &nbsp; as though the terrible wound could never be heeled-as though each fresh burst of grief would tear her slender frame asun- &nbsp; der. In public she could say with &nbsp; scornful bravery that she would be ashamed to re????him,but in her inner &nbsp; &...
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; Block 14-buyers 92s 6d, sellers 93s 6d Block 10-sellers 36s &nbsp; British Blocks -buyers 73s, sellers, 74s 6d Junctions-sellers 14s 6d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Norths -sellers, 25s 6d Pioneers-buyers 3s 6d Victoria Cross-buyers 6s 8d ; sellers, 6d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Sanitary Measures. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Sanitary Measures, TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER. Sir,-Seeing a letter in your issue of the 2nd. instant, signed "J. J. Christmas " leads me to make a few remarks on the same subject, viz., Sanitary Matters. A week or more ago, happening to be up. late one night, I heard an unusual noise, and upon going out ascertained that some men were engaged capsising water closets on the south side of Wolfram-street. I have heard since that this was done by instructions from a municipal officer. Now, Mr. Editor, what I have to &nbsp; complain of is this, that the stench caused by emptying the cesspits was something horrible, and caused myself and family and some of my neighbors to be ill for several days after, and I &nbsp; feared, that typhoid would be the result. This is what the council calls improving the sanitary conditions of the town, but what I call spreading germs of typhoid as effectively as it can be done. Would it not be wise for the council to ask the opinion o...
A Small Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
THERE were several meetings on last &nbsp; night,and soon after they had com- &nbsp; menced came the dreaded cry of " Fire." At about 8.20 the alarm was first given, and the Brigade turned out to the number of 15 under Captain Hughes. The next question was the scene of the conflagra- tion. The glare in the sky proclaimed that some premises in Argent-street north were in flames. Press reporters and other less important folk hurried to the spot, and there, at the back of Stubbins' timberyard that was, a shanty was found to be in the grasp of the flames. The building, which was a two- roomed living house walled with iron and lined with hessian, was totally destroyed. It belonged to one named Bottrell, and that gentleman puts his loss at £50. On account of the extremely inflammable nature of the materials of construction, the structure and all its contents were reduced to ashes in a few minutes. The Fire Brigade were much hampered for want of water.
In Cold Blood. BRISBANE,Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
In Cold Blood. BRISBANE, TUESDAY. &nbsp; John Hodgkinson, a butcher, shot Ernest Hungerford, at Croydon, on Mon- day. Hodgkinson, it appears, had been dis- missed from the service of the Pastoral and Butchering Company, and wrote to Hungerford, who is a relative of the prin- cipal member of the company, threatening to shoot him. Hungerford was reading the letter when Hodgkinson came up with a loaded revolver and shot Hungerford in &nbsp; the hand. Again shooting, the bullet took effect in the groin. Hodgkinson then walked tothe police station where he was arrested. Hungerford is a brother to the large squatters of that name. He lies in &nbsp; a critical state.
Melbourne Share Market. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Melbourne Share Market. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Little is doing in consequence of the races. The sales were : Block 14-93s &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Souths-25s &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Block 10-35s Junctions-14s &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Victoria Cross-7s 3d British-74s &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Brokens (new issue)-£29 15s
Robinson's Departure. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Robinson's Departure. &nbsp; ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Sir William Robinson's term of office as Governor of South Australia having expired, he left by this afternoon's Mel- bourne express to assume the Acting Governorship of Victoria. A large crowd received him at the station whither he &nbsp; &nbsp; was escorted by the lancers. The guard of honor was in attendance, and a salute was fired at the train moved off.
Dr. Bromby's Death. MBLBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 5 March 1889
Dr. Bromby's Death. MELBOURNE; Tuesday. &nbsp; The Rev. Dr. Bromby died of syncope &nbsp; of the heart, aged 80 years. The funeral was conducted to-day, and was an im- &nbsp; posing ceremony. Deceased was for many years in charge of St. Paul's pro-Cathe- dral, and greatly raised the anger of his congregation some months ago by marry- ing a girl of 18 years.
NOTICE OF MATILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 March 1889
NOTICE OF MAILS. &nbsp; To AND FROM ADELAIDE,-Leave Ade- &nbsp; laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except &nbsp; Saturdays. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Arrive Broken Hill, 2.25a.m. and 7.50 a.m. except Mondays. &nbsp; Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 p.m. and 10 p.m., except Saturdays. Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45 p.m., except Mondays. &nbsp; Euriowie.-Leave Broken Hill, Tuesday and Friday, 10.30 a.m. ; arrive &nbsp; Euriowie, 6.30 p.m. Leave Euriowie, Wednesday and Satur- &nbsp; day, 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken Hill, 5.30 p.m. Arrive Broken Hill, Thursday and Sun- day, 5.30 p.m. MT. GIPPS. -Leave Broken Hill, Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- day, 10 a.m., 12.15 p.m.; arrive Mt. Gipps, 12.15 p.m. Leave Mt. Gipps, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 3.p.m.; arrive Broken Hil Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. 5.30. p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
The Central Mine. NATIVE SILVER FIND. [By OUR MINING REPORTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 6 March 1889
The Central Mine. NATIVE SILVER FIND. [By our Mining Reporter.] A few days ago I visited this mine and then stated most emphatically that I be- lieved it would not be long before a great &nbsp; &nbsp; body of ore would be struck there. To- day I again visited the claim, and found that magnificent ore carrying iodides, chlorides, and native silver freely had been struck in the winze going down from the 200ft. level, about 60ft. south of the main shaft. This body of ore is all overthe winze, and is beyond question the same lode found at the 200ft level, only of a much better quality. The future of the Central mine is now beyond the pale of doubt. The manager was exceedingly reticent, and seemed desirous of keeping the find unknown, as it is not the custom in his native country to give reporters access to the mine as a rule. But when convinced that it is the custom on the Barrier, he graciously conceded the point, and allowed me to go below, where I &nbsp; &...