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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 7 March 1889
CONCENTRATES. Captain Piper has returned to Broken Hill, and again taken personal charge of the South mine. O'Connor, the oarsman, will leave America for Australia to row Searle for the championship almost immediately. The Maori footballers have been defeated by a team representing Oldham. Dr. Manning succeeds Dr. McLaurin, who has been elevated to the Council, as Government medical adviser in Sydney. Four thousand signatures are attached to a petition asking for the release of the shearers imprisoned for taking part in the Brookong "riots." A Melbourne bank clerk, named New, was sent out by the City of Melbourne Bank with £200 to procure a draft. New and the £200 are gone. &nbsp; Abercorn, Carbine, Cyclops, Lonsdale, &nbsp; Malos and Volley accepted for the Champion Stakes, Melbourne. The Rev. J. G. Wood, the English naturalist, is dead. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; It is reported that the husband of Nina Tulloch has just been divorced from her, &...
LOVERS BOTH. CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 7 March 1889
LOVERS BOTH. CHAPTER XIV.-(Continued.) 1 As long as yon are here I will listen to whatever yon choose to say,' he said doggedly ; move away one inch and I refuse to quit Ardmore at all' ' You are making it hard for me to do right,' replied Graham faintly. ^*I must have something to give me strength to live until I can claim you.' he said resolutely. '.Well, then, will you hear what I have to say? .Yes, my darling.' " *Then, when you go away to-night, you must never see me again.' . Not whilst that woman lives! &nbsp; Don't look like that Noel-you &nbsp; frighten me.' Frighten you, my darling ! he ex- &nbsp; claimed. ' My own love, I would not &nbsp; harm you for the world. I'll do whatever you tell me- though I shall hunger and long for you always. I will never let you see me, though sometimes 1 may wait to catch a glimpse of you when I'm half or wholly mid for want of you.' K .Where are you going after you leave me? inquired Graham, .after a long -si...
Primitive Methodist. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 March 1889
Primitive Methodist. LAST evening a public meeting was held in the Primitive 'Methodist Church, pre- ceded by a teameeting. The service of song, entitled "The Brave Covenanters," was rendered in a very, creditable manner by the choir- The quartet, " Cast thy burden on the Lord,*' was effectively given by Miss Jane Burrows, and Messrs. Stevens, Powell, and Spangler ; and the quartet,' " Sweetly? those strains," by Miss Stevens, andMessrs. Powell, Stevens, and Bennett, was also- much appreciated. The musical director was Mr. J. Smith, and Miss Harris ' presided at the organ. The connective readings were given by the Rev. J. Burrows;' the minister of the church. The attendance' was large, and many remained to a supper after the per- formance. Altogether a very pleasant &nbsp; evening was passed.
Saved from the Gallows. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 March 1889
Saved from the Gallows. &nbsp; MELBOURNE, Friday. &nbsp; The sentences of death passed on Meredith, Battey, and Uren, for commit- ting criminal assault upon a woman of &nbsp; loose character named McCarthy, have been commuted to twelve years and two &nbsp; floggings. Monigue, condemned for the same offence, has had his sentence com- &nbsp; muted to seven years and one flogging. &nbsp;
Autumn Show. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 March 1889
Autumn Show. ADELAIDE, Friday. The South Australian Agricultural and Horticultural Society's autumn show was opened in the Exhibition building yester- day afternoon. The show is very success- ful and was largely attended. The fruits, vegetables and flowers were very fine, and the agricultural produce was good, but there were not so many entries as on previous occasions. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Onkaparinga Races. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 March 1889
Onkaparinga Races. ADELAIDE, Friday. I &nbsp; The Onkaparinga racing club's nomina- &nbsp; &nbsp; tions ara published. For the Hurdle Race, of 100 sovs., there are 31 ; for the Cup, of &nbsp; 250 sovs, 20 ; for the great Eastern Steeplechase, of 500 sovs, 30 ; for the Hills Railway Stakes, of 100 sovs., 27. Great interest is being taken in this meet- ing, which is now the most popular in the colony.
V.R.C Races. AUTUMN MEETING. MELBOURNE, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 March 1889
V.R.C. Races. &nbsp; &nbsp; AUTUMN MEETING. &nbsp; MELBOURNE, Friday &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The last taro? races yesterday were the Special Juvenile Stakes and the Free Handicap, neither of which were very exciting. The results were as follows : SPECIAL JUVENILE STAKES. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sinecure (Huxley) ... - 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Rudolph (Ellis) ... .... 2 &nbsp; Milton (O'Neill) 3 &nbsp; There were no other starters. The race was won by four lengths. Time, 1 min. 47 secs. FREE HANDICAP. Chetwynd (Burn). 1 Plutarch (Hales). 2 Retort (Bloomfield) 3 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The other starters were Whakawai, The Charmer, Pearlshell, Loyalist, Gasburner, and Baron's Court. This was won by about a length and a half. Time, 2 min. 9¼ secs.
Drinking Heavily. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 March 1889
Drinking Heavily. &nbsp; MELBOURNE, Friday. Philip New, the clerk in the City of Melbourne Bank, who disappeared the other day with £300, has been found wandering about the streets of the city in a demented condition. He was arrested and remanded for medical treatment. It &nbsp; is thought that the prisoner has been &nbsp; drinking heavily. The police expect to recover most of the money.
Serious Charge. A CLERGYMAN IMPLICATED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 8 March 1889
Serious Charge. A CLERGYMAN IMPLICATED. MELBOURNE, Friday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A. G. Dall, an alleged ordained minister of the Church of England, has been arrested at a Sunday school picnic on a charge of criminally assaulting a little girl at Cheltenham. The evidence goes &nbsp; &nbsp; to prove that Dall lured the girl, whose name is Edith Willshire, into the scrub, then and there assaulting her. The case &nbsp; is causing a sensation. Dall having a wife &nbsp; and family resident in Sydney, and being well-known at Cheltenham as a clergyman, he having officiated in that capacity on several occasions.