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Hibernian Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
Hibernian Sports. THE following nominations for the Hibernian Sports, to be held on Monday, March 18, have been received by the Secretary : Sheffield Handicap :-W. Baker, E. A. Mutlow, Robert McIntosh, J. H. Hill, J. Finlay, J. Jordan, E. J. Darcy, John Downie, A. Forward, F. Allanson, P. H. Jonas, E. Jonas, Charles Rogers, J. Mitchell, G. C. Wells, A. Bridges, F. J. Gluyas, J. Pretty, J. Byrne, J. Vallow, G. Flavel, J. Dunne, S. McCormick, J. Morris, James Downie, A. Bruce, James Browne, J. Silverthorne, Di Millard, T. Quigley, Peter Bruce, J. Ryan, and Nicholas M. Bolle. Handicap Hurdle Race :-J. F. Banni- gan E. A. Mutlow, A. Forward, F. Allan- son Doorne, J. Pretty, G. Flavel, T. McCulloch, P. B. Roachock, Thomas Hughes, James Downie, E. McCarthy, D. Millard, W. Garnett, J. Ryan. 440 Yards Handicap Flat Race :-E. A. Mutlow, J. Hill, F. A. Hince, J. Jordan. E J. Davey, F. Allanson, P. H. Jonas, Devine, E. Jones, G. C. Wells, J. Vallow, W. Dunkley, James Brown, D. Millard. Members...
V. R. C. Races. AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY. FLEMINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
V. R. C. Races. AUTUMN MEETING. FOURTH DAY. FLEMINGTON, Saturday. The following races, run too late to be reported in Saturday's MINER, were run in connection with the last day's racing of the V.R.C.'s Autumn Meeting : LOCH PLATE. &nbsp; Carbine (O'Brien) . 1 Lochiel (Clifford) . 2 Carlyon (Hales) ... ... 3 There were no other starters. Carbine &nbsp; won by about a third of a length. Time -3min. 35sec. &nbsp; FAREWELL HANDICAP. &nbsp; Fishwife (Walker). 1 Plutarch (Hales) . 2 Stafford (Campbell).3 Ten others started, and Fishwife won by about a neck. Time-1min. 42¾
Mappin's Case. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
Mappin's Case. IN the local police court this afternoon William Ambrose Mappin was brought up on remand on three separate charges of larceny as a bailee, in Broken Hill, in February last. The accused was carrying on business as a working jeweller and clockmaker in Argent-street, and he was brought back from Adelaide on a warrant, and arrived here in custody on Saturday morning last. The charges were as follow :-Larceny as a bailee, of a gold ring value £3, the property of H. Toal, (2) of 2 clocks value £2, the property of George Carlaw, (3) of two gold rings the property of Don R. Grevis, of the value of £12. The charge of larceny of the clocks was first heard. Senior Sergeant Saunders deposed that he visited the premises occupied by accused after the departure of the latter for Adelaide last month, and found some clock frames with no works in them. George Garlaw testified that he lef two clocks with accused to be repaired sometime about November last. He repeatedly called for them ...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
Commercial. MESSRS. A. A. BRICE AND CO. report the 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 sell, 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 at 4½d; grapes, 5s 9d to 7s per case; apples, 4s 6d, 5s (with 9d for cases); pears, 5s 8d; 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; &nbsp; &nbsp; &a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
EILL THE INSECTS ANB-.THEER * E GGS Guyton "and- CO.'B Grout American Insect -Exterminators. It paralyses-the first toach^and then,, kills. If blown into" their haunts (crevices), or where their : eggs. are - laid,; j death is » in- stantaneous ipr. Beetle«, Än^8»! Fish, ! or any,' other, insect., lit is p^ríecüy harm- less ^bird" or animal, and may bejriacecL under the wing bf a pet canary,' and rubbed on dogs, cats, or monkeys, killing the parasites that infest them. If burnt in a room: iori iii S /camp;' it'killt^fliés r¿nd mosquitoes. If placed, on window-Bills you can see the large M blow fly," as wellf as the common fly, give up the ghost. Ir placedOundèr thé* èu%es1 bf carpe ta\ísilvés fish and all other insect vermin die. It if used in the mattresses and beadsteads or all çh&hetttls. «ud> ateamboatsof the United^ States and this colony^:-'Sold everywhere in tins, ls and ria:3d; .-and-jn:large- boxes ls 6&lt;L In large can?nsi:(to; blow-¿into crevices) ls 6...
Calling Out the Troops. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
Calling Out the Troops. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ADELAIDE, Monday. The militia, and volunteers were called to arms on Saturday night. Nearly 500 were parading within an hour from the first signal, which was totally unexpected. The troops were marched from Adelaide to the Grange, reaching the city on returning, at 3.30 o'clock; on Sunday morning. The coastal forts were also &nbsp; manned, and the country companies were called out. In each case there was a good response.
OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. COPPER MARKET COLLAPSE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. COPPER MARKET COLLAPSE. LONDON, Sunday. Copper has fallen to £55 per ton. The copper syndicate have agreed with the American copper mines for the latter to reduce their output 20 per cent, and to stop all shipments for two months ; also to take a lower price for the metal than fixed originally. The Standard avers that the copper bubble has burst, and the other reliable papers contemplate the syndi- cate's speedy collapse. It is reported that several English financiers will interpose to retain the price of the metal above £50, and limit the pro- duction.
GLANCES AROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
GLANCES AROUND. [BY WIDEAWAKE.] I MUST say that it seams to me the Bar- rierites and all the Australian folk inter- ested in this district appear to have acqui- esced in a very unworthy stagnation of enterprise as regards this district. It appears to be by general consent agreed that in discovering the Broken Hill lode all the hidden richness of this field has been brought to light ; and it looks very much as though the in- habitants of these parts as a rule care little and know less of mining as a steady progressive industry. Short-sighted sel- fishness impels them to sacrifice the prospects of the district in favor of some private personal and immediate advantage. The speculative spirit is too rife among us, and short periods of spasmodic pros- perity are followed by long intervals of stagnation and depression. This is the inevitable experience in connection with all "booms." For any settled community there is no easy royal road to prosperity. In a time of speculative excitement, ...
Parliamentary. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 11 March 1889
Parliamentary. SYDNEY, Monday. Mr. G. H. McMillan, the Treasurer in the new Parkes Cabinet, has made a thorough investigation, and is satisfied that the deficit is now virtually the same as in 1886, at the downfall of the Dibbs Cabinet in that year. Several of the new ministers, who will have to be re-elected, are likely to be opposed. Arrangements are at present indefinite.
Hibernian Sports. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 March 1889
Hibernian Sports. THE HANDICAPS. TEX following are the handicaps for the events to be run on St. Patrick's Day and were declared at 3.45 this afternoon : V SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. Yards. P. H. Jonas... . 2 A. Brace ... . 2 James Vallow . 2 D. Millard. 4 J, H. Hill ... ... ... 5 James Downie . 5 J. Jordan. 8 H. S. Gluyas . 8 J. Byan . 8 J. M'Inlay. 9 S. M'Cormick . 9 J. Mitchell. 9 A. Forward. 9 F. Allanson. ... 10 G. Flavel . 10 P. Bruce . ... ll J. Morris . ll J. Pretty . ll W. Baker . 12 . C. Bogers. 12 E. J.Davey... ... ... 12 A. Bridges ... ... ... 12 R. McIntosh . 12 Jno. Downie . 13 Jno. Dunne. 13 I " J. Browne. 13 E. A. Mutlow ... ... 13 N. M. Bolle. 14 J. Byrne .... 14 E. Jones . 15 J. Silverthorne ... . ... 15 T. Quigley ... . ... 15 G. Wells ..; ... 13 MEMBERS' HANDICAP. J. Boachock ... ... 2 T. E. Keough :. 2 F. McCarthy ... ... 2 J. F. Bannigan ... ... 2 J. Hynes ... . 2 W. Powell. 3 T. Crowley. 4 M. T. O'Halloran. 5 F. McGuire. 6 F. Bannigan.. 7 T. McMahon . 7 D. Creedon .....
The Ministers' Seats. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 March 1889
The Ministers' Seats. SYDNEY, Tuesday. : Sir Henry Parkes addressed his consti- tuents at St. Leonards las* evening. In the jourse of a lengthy speechhe shadowed the policy of the Government. He was i accorded a good reception. It is con- sidered probable that the seats of Messrs. O'Connor and Gould will be opposed. To the other ministers there is likely to be no opposition.