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Guilty of Perjury. SYDNEY, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Guilty of Perjury. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY, Friday &nbsp; Raymond Bolger, a bookmaker, has been found guilty of perjury in connection with his action for damages for ejectment &nbsp; from a course. The judge refused to con- &nbsp; &nbsp; sider the jury's recommendation to mercy. &nbsp; on the ground that they were not of opinion that Bolger intended committing perjury.
STRAY NOTES. THE COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
STRAY NOTES - THE COUNCIL MEETINGS. Not manyweeks ago, Alderman Williams introduced as an amendment to a motion in the municipal council that in future meetings of that body should be held every alternate Wednesday. The circum- stances under which this amendment was &nbsp; &nbsp; brought forward were of so extremely peculiar a nature that at the time many thought-and I must confess to being then amongst the number-that Alderman Williams had moved this amendment out of pure cussedness, if I be allowed the use of that term. Nevertheless the &nbsp; arguments he then adduced were so strong that I see no reason to now doubt Mr. Williams' sincerity. As he pointed out, &nbsp; the hospital committee meetings are held also on Wednesday nights. Masonic lodge meetings are held also on these nights, and various other societies follow suit. Several complaints have &nbsp; been made that Wednesday night is invariably seized upon as that for the holding of me...
CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
CONCENTRATES; --í_ v ; The famine in Chxna'.'iB'Bpreacuiig. '*" ' r -Block 14 .yield not so good asj usual.; w Two*44 drunks " before*the?local police court'toiday.--" ,! un- - \ , The Kate" S.M. Oo. have a credit bal- ance of£20/ - . v^fl-' The river~at BôùrkéW'reported to be rising a trifle. Civil Service retrenchment is. proceed- ing in Sydney. * * . ; Maori footballers defeated by a,Leigh (Lancashire) team. - i The Australian Peer has been scratched for all Melbourne engagements. - : : .^Billy. Williams and Owen Sullivan are 'inatched'for 8-rôund fight, March *18.": ;i The'Melbourne Municipal Council have called for tenders for a wharf there. ' Mutooroo Copper mine directorsdeclared the usual monthly dividend of ls per share. London Chartered Bank entered their new premises opposite Tattersalls Hotel to-day. " " The' 'owners of the A nn ándale' Copper) Mine, near Carcoar, intend erecting seven furnaces. iHnKi ' ' . ' ' Dr. Cockburn'has. been appointed a director bf the " Souther...
Petty Sessions Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 1 March 1889
Petty Sessions Revenue. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE clerk of Petty Sessions, at Silverton, collected during February the following amounts:- Fees of court, £2 3s 2d; small debts fees, £2 10; dog registration fees, 15s; fines, £10; tobacco and slaughtering licenses, £1 2s 6d; timber licenses, £2 5s; transfers, billiard and publicans' licenses, &nbsp; &nbsp; £11; total, £29 15s 8d. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Typhoid in Trains. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 March 1889
Typhoid in Trains. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ADELAIDE, Saturday. &nbsp; &nbsp; The South Australian Railway Com- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; missioners having ignored the representa- &nbsp; &nbsp; tions made in respect of carrying typhoid patients by ordinary passenger cars from &nbsp; &nbsp; Broken Hill, the Terowie people are agitating again in the matter. They &nbsp; allege that the disease is spreading solely by means of the trains. The Central Board of Health are now asked to interfere in this matter. &nbsp;
Early Closing. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 March 1889
Early Closing. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ADELAIDE, Saturday. The retail shops close in Port Adelaide &nbsp; for the first time this evening, at 9.30, being the first instalment towards the anticipated reduction to 6 o'clock, which &nbsp; termination the present movement has in view. 'The employers are unanimous in the matter ; and a procession, with band, celebrates the event this evening.
Help For the Sick. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 March 1889
Help For the Sick. &nbsp; MR. A. G. HALES, who recently appealed through the Adelaide papers for help for the Barrier indigent sick, begs to acknow- ledge, the receipt from Mrs. McFie, of Adelaide, of £1 1s. The secretary of the Charity Organisation may obtain this amount on applying at this office.
Larceny as a Bailee. OVER THE BORDER. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 March 1889
Larceny as a Bailee. &nbsp; OVER THE BORDER. ADELAIDE, Saturday. William Ambrose Mappin, jeweller, late of Broken Hill, was charged in the Adelaide Police Court this morning with stealing one gold ring while being the bailee, the property of Henry Toal, of Broken Hill ; also with coming under the scope of the Fugitive Offenders' Act. He acknowledged to being the person wanted &nbsp; on the charge, stating that he had brought &nbsp; the ring with him for repairs. He had written to Toal previous to his arrest, saying that he had been unable to see him prior to leaving the Hill. Accused's &nbsp; counsel applied for an adjournment until Thursday, when he would be able to show beyond a doubt that he had no intention of stealing. He was admitted to bail on his own surety of £20.
Manager and Men. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 March 1889
Manager and Men. &nbsp; A VERY pleasing fact, showing a good re- lationship existing between the Mine Manager and his employes, has come to light in connection with the recent elec- tion of officers of the local branch of the Miners' Association. On the polling day, the manager of one of the mines in the Round Hill district called the men up from the shaft to record their votes, thereby facilitating the poll-taking. This arrangement proved of great convenience to the voters and generosity of the manager will not be speedily forgotten. Any circumstance pointing to the main- tenance of pleasant relationship between the managers of the mines and the men in their employ is to be cordially wel- comed. &nbsp;
FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 March 1889
FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. &nbsp; LONDON, Friday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; News is to hand that the wheel of a locomotive drawing an express train on the Canadian Grand Trunk line broke, &nbsp; toppling the engine and a palace car down a ravine. Ten persons were &nbsp; &nbsp; killed on the spot and 40 fatally injured.
Post Office Business. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 March 1889
Post Office Business. THE following is a statement showing the amount of business transacted at the Broken Hill Post-office during February : —Number of money orders issued, 665 ; number of savings bank deposits, 361 ; amount of t commission, £35 1s ; amount of money-Orders issued, £2088 18s. 11d. amount of saving bank deposits, £2308 7s.' 11d. ; amount of money orders paid, £400 19s. 10d. ; amount of savings bank with- drawals, £1,168 10s. 2d.; number of money-orders paid, 123; number of sav- ings bank withdrawals, 59. Amount of postage stamps sold, £300 ; amount of duty, do., £25.
Men for Men's Work. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER, [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 2 March 1889
Men for Men's Work. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER, &nbsp; SIR,—Kindly grant me space in your valuable paper to ask whether it is a steward's place to report to the A. M. A. if he knows of anyone working under wages on a mine. If it is I think it would be advisable for one to have a look through the British mine, as there are plenty of practical miners and men able to do trucking in Broken Hill. Just see if they can't drop on two truckers and three miners, considered not able to do a man's work, engaged there under wages If they cannot. I'M A DUTCHMAN.