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Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 March 1889

Adelaide Share Market ADELAIDE, Tuesday. The market was poor to-day and quiet, with a downward tendency. Following were the sales up to 2.30 p.m. Baker's Creek-83s 9d Mutooroos-buyers 12s 6d Block 14-96s 9d British-74s 3d Junctions -14s Norths-25s 6d Souths-17s ; con., 11s Centrals-12s ; con., 9s 3d South Extended-1s 5d   Block 10-39s Gipsy Girls- 3s 6d Victoria Cross-6s 9d Wee Jim-1s 2d ; con, 10d Black Prince-6d Eveleens-10½d War Dance Extended-9d   Southern Cross-1s 2d

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 March 1889

Special Advertisements. G. C. BOWEN AND C0., Sharebrokers and Commission Agents,   4 Carrington Chambers, ARGENT- STREET.   A M. RICHARDS       CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Argent-street Broken Hill. Warner's Safe Cure, 5s 6d bottle Pure Limejuice, quarts 3s.   Eno's Fruit Salt, 3s.     Dr. SEABROOK               may be consulted at     Mr. Armstrong's CHEMIST, Argent-street, Daily from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 7 p.m. LEGAL. JOHN R. EDWARDS           (Of Deniliquin),   SOLICITOR, &c.             Commissioner For Affidavits, New South Walas and Queensland. New Offices in the Commercial Rooms; Grand Hotel, directly op...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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Melbourne Share Market. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 March 1889

Melbourne Share Market MELBOURNE, Tuesday. The morning sales were :- Block 10-39s Block 14-97s   Souths- sellers 19s Junctions-13s 6d Centrals-12s Norths-24s 9d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 March 1889

Directory.   A. A. BRICE and CO., Produce Mel- chant and Auctioneers, Blende-st.     ARMSTRONG H. C., Consulting and Operative Chemist, Argent-street.     BOAN BROS., Drapers and Clothiers, Argent-street.     BRICKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and Confectioners, Argent-street. BETTERIDGE RUPERT, Consulting Chemist, 40 years' expejrience, Argent-street South.     BERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobac- | conist, Argent-street.         CHARSLEY and CLARK, Share- brokers. Exchange, Argent-street. COPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheel- wright, Livery and Bait Stables,   Oxide-street.     DU RIEU, W. F., Grocer and Tea Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent- street.           ENTON AND KNIGHT; 'Plain and .Fancy fotfàr-press Printers; Argen...

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STRAY NOTES. WOMANHOOD SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 12 March 1889

STRAY NOTES. WOMANHOOD SUFFRAGE. I READ that at Silverton the other even- ing the Literary Society decided by an overwhelming majority that, in the   opinion of its members, it would be un- wise to extend the franchise to women.   There are many things which one must miss on this earth and it is with regret that the opportunity was not afforded me to   listen to the debate on the question. For, say what you will, this is a great question,   and one which, in comparison with its importance, is little thought of or written about. So true is this that many men   who have very decided views indeed upon most matters have so far failed to come to a decision on this of granting the suffrage to females. Neither is this particularly wonderful ; for while the pros. are many     the contras are by no means insignificant. On the one hand we have the fact that an infinitesimally small proportion of &am...

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A Suit of Clothes. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

A Suit of Clothes. JOHK DUFFY and Patrick Cassidy were. -brought before Mr. Gower, P.M., in thé; local court thia morning, charged with having stolen a suit of clothes, the property of Louis Jacobs, from the Gladstone Hotel yesterday. .Constable Urquhart arrested thé accused iii a house in Wolfram-street, early, this morning,, and fóuhd the clothes - in Duffy's swag. Duffy then said that .Cassidy brought'.the, swag from the Gladstone Hotel,' but the latter denied that he had pnt the clothes in. Louis Jacobs was Bworn, and-.said he was a commercial,traveller and staying at the Gladstone/Hotel. He left the clothes j in his bedroom yesterday morning, and -missed;.them when he returned in the afternoon. He valued the suit at £2 10s. '.¡He¡sawDuffy in the hotel early in the morning. The accused elected to be summarily, ; dealt, with, Tand. pleaded. not; guilty. Maurice: Tahgney. ' licensee ' bf the Gladstone Hotel, gave Duffy a good character, and he was discharged. Cassidy ^u. sentenced...

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Manager's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

GRBAT NÖRTHBRN PROPRIETARY S. M. S. -Manager reports,,March 9 :-"Since mylastVèpV^ a depth of lÔft/' fôr'thë fortnight,'"-total' depth ?5ft. The last two days the lode' at the bottom has pinched out,: although the country is softër than ic has been for «onie time..:,. Will now put in a drive at about 12ft. from surface; where we went through a good show of lead ore."

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"Told to a Portrait." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

" Told to a strait." IN the fourth page *of to-morrow's issue Avili be found the first cbaptèr of .a new story specially selected and: arranged for the MIXER, entitled *' Told tbá Pórtraitl" Francis Ridley Havergal has said, and perhaps truthfully, that a true autobio- graphy was never yet . written, and that j thus much of the thrilling interest which I would otherwise attach to such efforts is lost. However, one has little compunc tionaboutsólilóquising before the picture of a deceased hear and dear relative; and' such, to a great extent, is this new story. Throughout . the interest is , maintained., lhere are ho lengthy philosophical dis- sertations interspersed ; all is lively and crisp, with not a particle of anything offensive. The story will be continued day by day until the whole of the tale is ? told. ' -\. ':, '. vv. It is reported that a valuable find of manganese and other argentiferous t pres has been made ' "near'lp.7 'BtU3pl£ 100 miles west of Charlotte' Waten, on the...

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More Rumors Afloat. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

M9J# Rumors Afloat. SO^B strange rumors are afloat at présent respecting the somewhats unexpected de- parture of the chief assayer of -one of the principaljnbjjL&ion..the^|ine; It is said that thia'su^ej»and u^ípected departure is not altogether unconnected with " the free UBO to which knowledge in regard to the quality of various ores has benn put, which knowledge has first been gained by this officer.-;:^ It, has very frequently been observed that-tbe gentleman in question has used the telegraph. lines very freely indeed; and this is now asserted to be the cauBe of his departure. Whether this be the whole truth or not cannot .be at present .declared ; but« there are> good ground to believe that the rumor is not altogether unfounded.

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A Rowdy Character. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

A Rowdy Character. IN the local Police Court this morning, Mary Calvert was fined 5s., with the alternative of 24 hours imprisonment, for having been drunk in South Broken Hill yesterday, and a further 20s., with the alternative of a week, for having used   insulting language to Constable Grieve at that place.         Sir John Downer, Hon. C. C. Kingston, J. H. Symon Q.C. and Mr. Nesbitt are for the Land and Investment Co., and Messrs. H. E. Downer; E. B. Grundy and   M. Solomon for Hon. T. Bent in the action for £150,000 commenced in Ade- laide to-day.

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Wharf at Wilcannia. WILCANNIA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

Wharf at Wilcannia. WILCANNIA, Wednesday. The local corporation have accepted Mr. R. H. McDonald's tender at £1245 for the construction of a new river wharf. The work will be put in hand without delay, in order that the contractor make take every advantage of the present low river. The plans for this work were prepared by Mr. Cuthbert Allison, a little before his departure from here to Broken Hill.              

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Big Mine Directorate. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

Big Mine Directorate.   It is understood that Mr. George McCulloch has resigned the office of director of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company. Mr. McCulloch is one of the largest shareholders in the company, having been connected with the property even before the present proprietary was formed. Mr. R. C. McPherson is named as Mr. McCulloch's successor on the   board.                        

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Rules for the Employees. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

Rules for the Employees. OT Saturday last as the mon at the Pro-' prietaiylmine attended for their pay they * were' each I handed a copy of a new Code; of toles: which ' had been drafted ''* 'for the . purpose ..< pf ' facilitating >. the work in : or about ,the '.'mine, rand for the safety' and; benefit of all employed." There are' in all 13 rales. The -first deals with the hours an*' wages, .pf. employes, regulating : .that miners and all other underground . hands shall work eight , hours (less 20 minutes crib time). Six hours for 10s is to be con- sidered a day's work on Sunday for miners only ; eight hours to be paid for as two hours extra on Sundays. Bule 2 provides ¿that surface men and other employés shall ^work; eight, hoars per day, taking an hour : for dinner, not included, in the eight hours. The third rule deals with chang- ing" shifts 1 underground, and |. runs .as follows :~'plen'tx> go down fas soon, as whistle1 blows. Belief to .be considered dowu as...

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Mappin Sentenced. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

Mappin Sentenced. This morning William Ambrose Mappin was presented before Mr. Gower, P.M., in the local court, on two charges of larceny as a bailee. The first accusation was of having stolen a gold ring of the value of £3 from one Henry Toal. Constable Hearne, who brought the accused back from Adelaide on warrant, deposed that when before the Adelaide court accused said he had to take the ring to Adelaide to repair it. The following letter, dated Adelaide, Feb. 24, was then put in:— "Mr. Toal—I carried your ring about   with me, done for at least a fortnight and I shall be sending some things to Mr. Schrader in a day or two, and will send your ring. I remain, yours truly, W. A.   Mappin." Henry Toal, road overseer in the employment of the municipality, who laid the information which led to this   charge, was examined, and stated that he   left the ring in question, which he valued at £3, with accused to mend about a &nbsp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

Special Advertisemeuts. Q. 0. BOWEN AND ÖO., 8d[Aaiaa3iiaaA.iioOoMÄßMOHAQH!fT3, 4 Carrington Chambers, A BO X HT -STREET. A. UV R I 0 HAR D S GHZHIST Aim DRUGGIST. Argent-street, Brokan HilL ,|xí,»4_-4 tiri' -*->r*s\ Warner'» Safe Core, 5s 6d bottle Pure Limejuioe, quarts 3s Eno'a Fruit Salt, 8m. f -j Cf- 7 j / { )\ T\ B. 8 X A B B O O K nay be consulted at Mn. AñKsiojTÓ-'s OBJÍÍXU, M Argent-etreet, Dalr? ilro^.^ * m- to 1 *m' ^Y \at fr p. m._-i - * LEGAL. . JOHN ~ R\ î E D W A~B D'8 ¿. ^(Of Deniliquin), ~ 8=0 LICIT O Bi Ac. CewmnoBTim »on AHIDITITS,- Neif ; Bonah Walas and Queensland. C NiwOinoiS inthe Oommeroial^Roomsj' Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house, r .- ?. -V! ^ z :: MtQAL. ' .¿ 1 ÎJLARBt Ara HALL, 2 SOLICITOR!, 4C., Aawy-ohi»mbera^-Argen tnitre^ gi| pcp B; & ó JP H K R sj 8MAit»MC4ÍBas Ax jfMiATuia Aàiuns. fv S/adlisatwFirniejL~ Compañías jfloatedF 71 £1*3 Wilil^M 8T./^ZIT\IDX:: NTËËONÏ A. ^FOTHBRINôHAMl ???S 5 SHAREBROKER. &| ROYAIí EtCÖANG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

o' ' Directory. ' - A BRICE and CO., Producé Mél ?^..^chant and Auctioneers,' Blende-st:" BMSTRONG H. C., Go^ulting,and: /.Operative Chemist, Argent-street. DOAK BROS., Drapen and Clothiers; 'Argent-street._? ' " - _ BRICKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers ind Confectioners, Argent-stlreet. BETTERTDGE -RUPJj?RT, Consulting - Chemist, : : 40 years', experience, Argent-street South. ? ,: "DERTHY, J., Hairdresser and Tobac ^oonist, Argent-street. GHARSLET and CLARE, ; Share brokers, ETchange, Argent-street. OPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheel- wright, Livery and Bait Stables, Oaride-ftreefc._ DU RD8Ü, W. F., Grocer and Tea J Healer, opposite Reserve, Argent--1 streets. : -CiBHTOir A5D KJX1GHT, Plainland " Fancy Xietter-preas Printers, Argent .B^eetb'." . " " ' ___ GEDDES, PREST, and HOCKING, ¡Ironmongery and TimDer Merchants, Argenfc-atreet. _ HOLDSWORTH, R. F., Grown and Fruiterers, Argent-street South. ACKMAN, H. L., Architect, Carringi ton Chambers. JONES and YOUNG, ; Sharebrokers, Land and Mini...

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Barrier Miner. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1889. Miners' Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

1¡ 0m ffltmt WEDÑESDA.T; MARCH 13, 1889. : Miners* Topics. THE meeting r of the Minera' Associa- tion last evening was one; of the shortest on record, at least since the local branch hasr attained to anything like ita presentiproportions. Only one matter of distinct importance was dealt with, and-that had: reference/ to the question whether truckers are or are not to be considered miners. The question arose in this wise: Fourteen truckers, men engaged in removing by means of small trucks the ore from one part of a mine: to another, presented a petition1 setting forth, that whereas the mjnérs,Tthàt is the men engaged at the faces, breaking ore, timbering, <fec, were considered to have done their day's work .w6eo tfieyv-'Ead Completed six hours on Sundays,- they¿ the ; truckers} had to1 work*'the full eight . hours. There can. be no question whatever that iir^the ey^es of the association there can oevno -possible ^difference between! i-ztröckers and - other m¿¿' engaged^ Tu...

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A.M.A. ORDINARY WEEKLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

ÖRDINARY :WEEKLY; MEETING. TITS usual weekly ; meeting of thei ; Barrier Branch of the i Amalgamated Miners' As aocútíqñ waa. held in th« j kioafclast even ing^^p. J|/Nei^be; prettdent.^took the chair punctually at 7 o'clock, and^the chamber was fairly filled. There were about 60 or 70 members preaent^and the greatest harmony prevailed throughout. .The minutée . of the-last meeting-having Been adopted without ~ discussions the secretary read ? the - correspondence4' re- ceived. In reply to the request forwarded to the Mines Department that an in- spector of mines/for the Barrier district be appointed, the under-secretary' wrote saying that as the percentage of accidents in the district was less than prevailed else- where in the colony, it was not thought necessary to make such an appointment. TRUCKERS ... AND ? SUNDAY WORK; , A communication signed;by 15: truckers employed on the Block 14 mine, and com- plaining-tint they had to work full time on Sundays, was read and submitted for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. THE following Storekeepers have J_ ."ikradly ' ' consented to close" their; respective establishments on the above holiday, in order to give their employés 'an opportunity of attending the Bports :; ; Messrs. Sully, Brazil and Jones, Murtón andi Buck, Jones and Jones, Thist'etón and Co., Rodda, Shièrlaw and Co., Burns, Kibby, Pellew, Saunders, Ford and I Callaghan, Geddes, Prest and Hocking, Sara and: Dunstan, Donaldson, Andrews and Sharland; Thomas Coomb«, " The Sydney Warehouse (per Mr. Selie), Whitbread, Morrison, Boan Bros., Whit- ford and Gluyas, Hart, Holdsworth, Walker, Mitchell and Co., Hooper Bros., Penhall and Roberts, J. H. Mitchell, Butterworth and Cb., Reid and Ernes, Badcock Bros., Walter and Morris, Harris and Pascoe, B. Harris and Co., Delany, Rossiter and Co., Kraft and Co., Loveridge, Hosking. " '"'/'"'""v_ . . Meetings. .. LAUREL SM. COMPANY, No-LlABTLTrY. NOTICE is hereby given that an ADJOURNED MEETING of Share- holders will be held at Harvey'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889

NOHGRi'07 MAILS. To - AUB r&OM ADKLATDB.-Leave Ade- laide 6.15 a.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Saturdays. Arrive Broken HUL 2,25 a.m. and 7.50 ~ a.m. except Mondays. Leave Broken Hillf^.0 . p.m. and 10 j p. m. ^except Saturdays. -.. . r <: .. Arrive Adelaide, 1.25 p.m. and 8.45 p.m., except Mondays. vi.r: * \.\ EroiownC-Leave Broken Hilli Tuesday and. Friday, 10.30 . a.m. ;; arrive; ff^tópme, 6.30 p.m. .. . - ' « < Leave Euriowie, Wednesday: ¡anáSatur ^daîyt .9-a.m..; /arrive^Broke^ stf.30p.m. ;v.vi. Z'jJ'.'.'-'%-^^i^ Arrir-e Broken HuX :THuraaay.\and Sun- day, 5.30 p.m. ROUND TTTT.T,-Leave Broken Hill daily "(Sunday excepted), 10 a.m. : arrive Bound HilL^jU, a-m. Leave Bound Hili/'Cp-m.; ^arrive; Broken .HOI, 5.36. 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. ;. arrivé Urbken Hill, Monday, Tues...

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