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Barrier Miner. SATURDAY MARCH 9, 1889. The Nominee House. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1889. The Nominee House. SOME of the events which no doubt &nbsp; led up to the overhtrow of the Dibbs Administration should produce a last- ing effect upon the minds of both parties in the New South Wales legislature; and more especially is this the case with the accusation brought against the late Government in reference to the appointment of Legislative Councillors. For very many years the constitution of the Upper House has been subject to much adverse comment. The people very naturally object to having measures &nbsp; which have been passed by their &nbsp; &nbsp; elected representatives thrown out by a nominee House-; and now the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Parkes party have raised their voice and objected to the appointment of &nbsp; eight gentlemen because they declare they were simply relegated to the chamber for purely party purposes. On these grounds they delare the constitution of the House to be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
THE TOBACCO BOX :-For the informa- tion 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 improvements, and is conducted by first- class hands.- [Advt.] KILL THE INSECTS AND THEIR EGGS with Claytons and Co.'s. Great American Insect Exterminators. It paralyses the first touch and then kills. If blown into their haunts (crevices), or where their eggs are laid, death is in- stantaneous for Beetles, Ants, Silver Fish, or any other insect. It is perfectly harm- &nbsp; less to birds or animals, and may be placed under the wing of a pet canary, and rubbed on dogs, cats, or monkeys, killing &nbsp; &nbsp; the parasites that infest them. If burnt in a room or in a camp, it kills flies and mosquitoes. If placed on window-sills you can see the large " blow fly," as well as the common fly, give up the ghost. If placed under the edges of carpets, silver- fish and...
NOTICE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
NOTICE OF MAILS. &nbsp; TO AND FROM ADELAIDE.-Leave Ade- laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Saturdays. &nbsp; Arrive Broken Hill, 2.25 a.m. and 7.50 a.m. except Mondays. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Leave Broken Hill, 7.00 p.m. and 10 p.m. except Saturdays. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45 p. m. except Mondays. Euriowie.-Leave Broken Hill, Tuesday and Friday, 10.30 a.m. ; arrive &nbsp; &nbsp; Euriowie, 6.30 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Leave Euriowie, Wednesday and Satur- day, 9 a.m. ; arrive Broken; Hill, &nbsp; 5.30 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Arrive Broken Hill, Thursday and Sun- &nbsp; day, 5.30 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mt. GIPPS.-Leave Broken Hill, Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- &nbsp; &am...
Wife Beaters. [Br SMILER.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
Wife Beaters. [By SMILER.] HAVING heard that there were several members of this most accomplished and gentlemanly profession dwelling in our midst, I determined to put on my very best manners and pay several of them a visit of congratulation. So, arming myself with a packet of insect powder, I ventured forth in quest of one of these noble specimens of God's creation. When I had arrived at the door, my dog refused to enter the house. I couldn't blame the dog ; and, not being able to explain my mission to my canine friend, I had to put up with the look of disgust that the animal gave me when I entered the door of the wife-beater ; for even a dog would refuse to bite one of those cow-hearted creatures under any circumstances. I found Mr. Longman, the 'gentleman' himself, at home with his wife. The latter had a face like a pretty cottage with a bad tenant. She had a decidedly pretty front, but one window had the shutter up &nbsp; and was decidedly black. It might have &n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
_Wanted._ WANTED the public to know that prepaid advertise ments, Wanted, Situations, &c, not exceeding twelve words, will be inserted at one shilling each, or six times far five shillings. WANTED Known, the Greatest Sale of Furniture ever held on the Bar- rier at Linton's Mart on MONDAY. WANTED known, Skating in full swing To-night at the Rink. WANTED, a woman COOK. Apply immediately, Kennedy, Argent-st. WANTED, everyone to inspect the "Aurora'' Stove on view at W. &nbsp; O'Connor's. &nbsp; WANTED to Let, cheap, Three Shops. Apply Mr. McDonald, Bootmaker, Argent-street. &nbsp; &nbsp; WANTED Everybody to Know that &nbsp; E. MANTON, Saddler, has RE- &nbsp; &nbsp; MOVED to DUFF'S late Dining Rooms. WANTED, a HORSE, stanch and fast, suitable for butcher's cart ; bay &nbsp; gelding pref.; price to K., MINER Office. WANTED everybody to read Linton's SALE in To-day's MINER. WANTED Known, superior Board and Residence, ...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
Commercial. MESSRS. A. A. BRICE AND CO. report the &nbsp; following sales yesterday :-This week the supplies fell off a little, but the majority of produce was of good quality. Prime fresh butter had a sharp rise to 20½d per lb. Eggs were scarce and in heavy de- mand, prices being forced to 17½d per dozen. Supply of fruit increased largely, a good number of cases being sold readily. Farmers' bacon was scarce and inferior. Poultry had a sharp rise. Quotations : Butter-Prime roll, 16d to 20½d; medium, 11d to 14d; inferior, 4d to 6d; good potted sold readily at 9d. Eggs, 15d to 19½d; bacon, 6½d to 10d (farmers' lots); English do., 7½d to 8½d; lard did not find ready sale at4½d; grapes, 5s 9d to 7s per case; apples, 4s 6d, 5s (with 9d for cases); pears, 5s 6d; table fowls, 3s 9d to 5s 9d per pair, averaging 4s 9d to 5s; ducks, 5s to 5s 9d per pair; geese, 3s 9d each; hams (not first-class),11½d. Demand for all &nbsp; produce increasing. &nbsp;
LOVERS BOTH. [THE END.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
LOVERS BOTH.[The End.] A year later the whole of Wyvill family are once more gathered together in the old house in the Cathedral close. On the morrow a double wedding is to be solemnized. Francis has chosen one of the very sweetest girls in the whole city of Idleminster for his bride, and at last Noel and Graham are to become all in all to each other. Molly and Dorothy are &nbsp; there with their husbands and child- ren, the Wyvill comeliness deepened and &nbsp; increased by the unmistakable signs of happy married life ; so also is Conny, now engaged to Mr. Blake, and looking forward to see Nell before another year is over, for Willy Blake was three months ago presented to an Indian chaplaincy, and Conny was without difficulty persuaded to cast in her lot with his. Present two are the twins, together as of old, with arms close entwined about each other's waist &nbsp; and with their ruddy golden locks ming ling, though Adele has been for several months Barones...
CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
CONCENTRATES. Results of V. R.C. racing elsewhere. Cricket gone out. Football coming in. The second smelter at Block 14 started this morning. The Broken Hill and District Water Supply Company's Bill has passed through the Council; and has been read a first time in the Assembly. Michael Tierney, a jockey, was thrown from his horse at the Orange races, and met instantaneous death. Kate Delory has received five years hard labor for professionally abandoning children entrusted to her care in Sydney. There were eight charges against her. The shareholders of the Silver Rock S. &lt;M. Co. have decided to continue work. Their present credit balance is £120, but they will make calls. The Romsdale S. M. Co. is to be wound up. £175 of the £200 taken by Philip New, the City of Melbourne bank clerk, has been recovered. "Billy" Williams and Owen Sullivan meet on March 18. This promises to be a straight and most exciting "go ". Mr. Willis, in the Assembly yesterday, moved that the import d...
V. R. C. Races. AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY. FLEMNIGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
V. R. C. Races. AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY. FLEMINGTON, Saturday. The fourth and last day's racing in con- nection with the Autumn Meeting of the Victorian Racing Club is being held this afternoon. The weather is fine, some- what cool, but very pleasant in the sun. The attendance is good-not quite as good as upon the Champion Day, but a great improvement upon the third day. Fol- lowing are the results :- ALL-AGED STAKES. Carbine (O'Brien) . 1 Sinecure (Fountain). 2 Chintz (McDonald). 3 The other starters were Russely and Nerissa. The race was not particularly exciting, Carbine being the favorite and winning by three lengths from Sinecure, with Chintz a moderate third. Time, 1 minute 42 seconds. PLACE HANDICAP. &nbsp; Elfie (Howard) . 1 Doris (Huxley) . 2 Lydia Hawthorn (Tomlin) 3 The other starters were Copenhagen, Loch, Lord Dudley. The Serf, Gasburner, and Lapstone. This race was for two- years old only. The horses kept well to- &nbsp; gether all round the course, ...
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Saturday. The market is firm.. Block 14 are much better in consequence of the report of the starting of the second smelter having been received. Souths had a slight fall in consequence of a report that all hands had been discharged from the mine. The sales up to 2.30 were as follows: Baker's Creek-84s Brokens-(new issue), £29 11s Block 14-96s 6d British-74s 9d Junctions-14s Souths-24s ; (con.), 18s. Centrals-11s 4½d ; (con), 9s 10d Block 10-38s 3d South Extendeds- 1s 6d Norths-26s Mutooroos-17s ; contributing 15s 9d Victoria Cross-6s 7d Gipsy Girl-3s Pioneers-3s 10½d Allandale-2d Eveleens- 1s 2d Lady Brassey-8d &nbsp; Kunthas-£9
Mr. Walterus Brown. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
Mr. Walterus Brown. SOME days ago it was announced in the &nbsp; MINER that there were good grounds for &nbsp; believing that Mr. Walterus Brown &nbsp; would be appointed police magistrate, &c., at Broken Hill. It is now notified in the Government Gazette that Mr. Brown has been appointed "to be a Warden of the Albert Mining District, to act within the division assigned to Mr. Warden De Boos, during the absence of Mr. Warden De Boos on leave, such appointment to take effect from the 14th ultimo." As &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. De Boos is only away on short leave, it is almost certain some other division will be found for Mr. Brown. And the fact of the Broken Hill &nbsp; appointment being open strengthens the assertion that Mr. Walterus Brown is in- tended to be the next police magistrate and warden at Broken Hill.
An Aboriginal Propensity. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 9 March 1889
An Aboriginal Propensity. HENRY BALE, the black tracker of the local police-station, owned before the local justices this morning to having been drunk in Delamere-street yesterday. He was fined 5s, with the alternative of 48 hours imprisonment. Henry will accordingly have to spend the whole of his time at the station for the next two days.
Nolan's Water Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
Nolan's Water Scheme. THIS afternoon Mr. George O'Driscoll, of Melbourne, the secretary of the Nolan's Water Supply Scheme Company, tele- graphed as follows :-" Nolan's Water Supply Company has been floated and &nbsp; registered. Mr C. E. Hogg, the engineer of the company, leaves for Broken Hill on Wednesday in order to lay out the necessary works. The service reservoir to be situate on Mount Darling will be commenced next week. It is expected that all necessary works will be completed in four months." &nbsp;
Case Dismissed. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
Case Dismissed. On Saturday last a man named James &nbsp; Walsh and the old man James Fahey, whose name is familiar in connection with the police court proceedings, were in the bar of Kenny's hotel,and both were intoxi- cated. The licensee, who was sitting in the bar parlor, heard the sound of a heavy blow and going out found Fahey lying on his face and bleeding therefrom, while Walsh was making off. Walsh was arrested and taken to the policestation, but when the constable in charge arrived there he found that Fahey had already been taken there and appeared to have recovered from the effects of the blow. Walsh was charged with common assault, and was brought &nbsp; before Mr. Gowers.P.M., this morning. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; - these facts were elicited. Walsh &nbsp; told the bench that he was so drunk on Saturday night he had no recollection of what occurred. The bench held that there was no c...
An Old Offender. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
An Old Offender. HENRY WILLIAMS was found drunk and disorderly in Oxide-street, and this morn- ing pleaded guilty to the offence. The police proved nine previous convictions, and stated that he had just come out of gaol after serving a term as an habitual drunkard. Prisoner pleaded very hard for his liberty, and promised to be a teetotaller and go away from the township if discharged. He said he had had a lot of trouble during the last 10 months, which had caused him to take to drink at times. The bench remarked that the prisoner's face was familiar, and that he had been several times convicted of drunken- ness in Willcannia. " Now, will you pro- mise me not to get drunk any more, but get to work?" asked the bench. " I will, &nbsp; I will," said the prisoner. " Then you are discharged, and mind you don't come here again."
Publicans' Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
Publicans' Licenses. At Silverton, on Saturday, before Mr. G. H. Gower, L.M., the granting of the following transfers took place :- From Adolph T. DuRieu, of Broken Hill, in respect of the Silver Age Hotel, to Thomas Long, Broken Hill, late of Acacia Siding Hotel. From Laban Russ Wake, of Broken Hill, in respect of the South Broken Hill Hotel, to John McKie. From Christina Cahill, of Broken Hill, in respect of the Mayflower Hotel, to Ernest Schlegel.