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Parliamentary. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
Parliamentary. SYDNEY, Wednesday. &nbsp; Mr. S. A. Byrne will oppose Mr. Bruce Smith, the Minister for Works, in his candidature for the Glebe. The Ministerialists intend to nominate Mr. Jacob Garrard for the chairmanship of committees in opposition to Mr. Ninian Melville, the protectionist &nbsp; nominee. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
Adelaide Share Market. Adelaide, Wednesday. The market is weak. Heavy transac- tions have taken place in Junctions and Souths. The sales to 2.30 p.m. were :- Mutooroos-15s 6d &nbsp; Baker's Creek-83s 3d Junctions -8s 6d Brekens- £28s 7s Extendeds-1s 3d &nbsp; Block 14- 93s 6d Block 10-36s 3d &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Norths-22s 4½d Souths-15s 9d Victoria Cross-6s 1½d British-73s 6d &nbsp; Centrals-con., 9s. &nbsp;
The Albion Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
The Albion Mine. THE work of treating the tin ore at Cros- sing's plant, near Albion Town, is proceed- ing most satisfactorily. On Monday those in charge of the works telegraphed as follows to the officials of the Albion T.M. Company, in Adelaide:- "Dressed 28 tons 17 cwt. of Albion ore. Result 30 cwt. oxide." This is considered a good return, as the stone put through has neither been picked nor clean dressed. &nbsp; &nbsp;
The Silver Crescent. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
The Silver Crescent A DISORDERLY meeting of the Silver Cres- cent Company was held in. Melbourne on &nbsp; Monday. Mr A. Luke presided. The meeting rescinded a resolution directing the sale of trust shares, deciding that the &nbsp; shares should be retained until the com- pany, was in working order. It was also decided to make a levy of 6d on each paid up share in the way of loan, on security of the plant. Messrs. E. V. Brown and A. 'Taylor were elected to vacancies on the directorate. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Lively Meetings. THE FEMALE INFLUENCE MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
Lively Meetings. ; THE FEMALE INFLUENCE MELBOURNE, Wednesday. &nbsp; &nbsp; The political campaign which has just opened promises to be marked by exhi- bitions of very strong feelings. Last evening Dr. Rose addressed a turbulent meeting of the electors of North Mel- bourne, which constituency he represented in the last parliament. Dr. Rose said in the course of his address that a committee of women had been formed, and that they were working to defeat him. This announcement gave rise to immediate dis- order. A struggle ensued, when the re- &nbsp; porters table was upset. A free fight then began between the rival parties, and during this a man was stabbed in two places. The cause of the formation and action of the women's committee is that Dr. Rose has, it is alleged, been guilty of immoral pro- ceedings, resulting in the discreditable Weeding divorce proceedings.
Repent! Repent! [BY SMILER.] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
Repent! Repent! &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; [BY, SMILER.] &nbsp; &nbsp; THIBE is a certain nobility about a man when he is drunk-a vague, indefinable' charm, which neither the artist's pencil &nbsp; nor the poet's pen can describe. His gait changes from its usual placid and calm style of progression, and becomes &nbsp; eccentric and, at times even unmanagable. Then I love to. gaze uponmy fellow-mortal, for'truly he is bf the earth earthy. But the time to see a bibulous mortal at bia best is when he ÍB young, and full of life and firéfrándlhis brains, like his legs, are ? .muddled, and his eye has a wild, free look like an oyster that has died of old age, and his voice-is husky and uncertain. If he lies down by the wayside to weep over his youth andi the days when his father spanked him, he is mellow. If he gets round town on the rampage and plays the fo^l, he ÍB -ripe-for- Bedlam, v But when g ; he puta his carcass inside a dress Buit...
STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
STRAY NOTES. JONATHAN AND HIS CONTINENT. MAX O'RELL has written a book of im- pressions formed during a recent visit to America, and has entitled it "Jonathan and his Continent." There are few more popular writers in England to-day than this clever and witty cosmopolitan; French- man, who is so justly celebrated for his kindly satire and keen perception. "John Bull: and his Island," "Drat the Boys," &nbsp; " John Bull's Womankind," and other &nbsp; works have amply proved his great powers in this respect. - As might be ex- pected, his new book is peculiarly in- teresting, inasmuch as it is written neither by Englishman nor American. The &nbsp; former, l am inclined to think, is some- &nbsp; &nbsp; what prejudiced against the Western world. He doesn't think, as a rule, so &nbsp; much of the things he there sees as the American would have him do, nor do I believe he thinks as much of them as he would were he not an Englishman. On the oth...
Hibernian Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
Hibernian Sports. - - By general request the handicap« for the principal event at the Hibernian aporta on Monday next are republished : ? ?:&lt;?:.: >.SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. î ' -~ Yards.~ P. H. Jonas. 2 ? : ; A. Bruce . 2 Janies Vallow . 2 D. Millard. 4 m_ J. H. Hill ....................... 5...,,, Jamey:Dnwnief"v- " '. . 5 J. Jordan. 8 H. S. Gluyas . 8 :J.:Eyanfi/ ... : ... ... 8 ;? Í; j^M*Ihlay. 9 S. McCormick ... ... 9 J.Mitchell. 9 A. Forward... ... ... 9 . F. Allanson. 10 G. Flavel . 10 P. Brace . ll J. Morris ... . ll J. Pretty ;. . ... H W, Baker ' ... . ... 12 C. Bogers ... ... 12 ? E. J. Davey. 12 A. Bridges ... ..: ... 12 R. McIntosh . 12 Jno. Downie .? . ... ... ''13 Jno. Dunne... ... ... 13 . J. Browne' ... ... 13 E. Al Mutlow . 13 N. M. Bolle... ..14 J. Byrne . ... 14 E. Jones . 15 J. Silverthorne . 15 T. Quigley.» ... 15 G.Weils. 13
CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
CONCENTRATES. '\: "-:,.. - Mr. Bruce Smith who, in consequeuce of tàldiig-minUterial-offlce, has to be re- elected, wiU be'opposed for the Glebe by Mr. S. A. Byrne. j A party : of French : tourists have. bee n killed by : Indians ' in the Yellowstone 'country. So said the :Age ; but see the ÍMÍNBB. The cause celebre,'City of Adelaide Land and Investment Company v. Hon. Thomas Bent, for £150,000, commenced in Ade* laide this morning. ".- Santley, the great baritone singer, is to visit Australia. ; Damage done byfloodsin Bristol (Eng.) alone is estimated at £40,000. Several lives have been lost. , Near Townsville (Q.) heavy rains have fallen. 7 inches descended in 27 hours. Acceptances for the Hibernian sports' events are due at Simpson's Hotel on Fri- day next at 10p.m. Y '.y _ ; B.C. Arch-Bishop Ullathorne is dying. - It is proposed to form a salvage corps in connection with the local fire brigade. -: - Mr. W. O'Connor is to attend the meet- ing of the municipal council to-night, an...
"Notice of Motion." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
- " Notice of Motion!" THJB&P seems to be some confusion ia the minde of the members of the local branch pf - the Amalgamated Miners' Association as to the exact meeting of-this term. They seem to think it is some pariouUr kind of motion, instead of being a phrase simply signifying that the motion is one of which notice is given. The' term is only appli- cable to the initial stage when the motion "is tabled at one meeting tb "come on for discussion at the next, and when the motion comes on for debate the word "'notice" in connection with it is meaning- less unless used in this way. " I now beg to move the motion of which I gave notice at the last meeting." It is almost invari- able that throughout the debate the members refer to such a motion when before, the meeting for- discussion as a " notice of motion,'' whereas it is nothing of the sort, it is simply a motion of which .notice-has been given. Verb. sap. sat.
Captain Eddy. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
, Captain Eddy. INFORMATIOIT has been reived that Captain Eddy, who; has for the' past year or more been manager of the Eaglehawk mine, has seyeredrhü^cohhectíon with] the company,' m'consequence, no "doubt, of the adverse comments pas»ed at the share hpldera' meeting upon his system of work- ing and reporting upon the mine. At 'that .meeting, it will be remembered, a report upon the property, furnished by . the underground manager of the British. .Blocks mine,-stated that there was no lode at all upon the property so far as known. With- this'Captain Eddy disagrees, and/ therefore, he has resigned. Mr. Thomas Hall is in temporary charge. He was one' of .the first owners of the mine, and .con-' ducted the workings before the late man- ager took controL ? : -. ' .: :r,- -~'
Members for the West. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 13 March 1889
. Members for the West . MK. WTHAK BROWN has not yet made his maiden' speech in the House. In fact, ilia-is about the only name which -has not s» far'appea'-ed in Hansard as the author of either; some observation or extended speech.; Mr. Dickens, the new mem- ber for Wilcannia, with whom Mr. Brown proceeded to Sydney, made his maiden effort^ a week ago, immediately upon the announcement made by Mr. Dibbs that, in consequence of the adverse vote, the Government had resigned... Mr. Dickens was very caustic in his remarks.' His observations were directed against ? Mr. ? J. -, Haynes, ; in consequence of an attack" which Mr. Dickens believed that 'member had made upon him through the -columns of a Sydney journal. On this matter the, member for Wilcannia waxed wroth, and had hot proceeded far when, he referred to the. writer as " a servile supporter .of Sir Henry Parkes," for which remark he was called to ofder by I Mr. Speaker. : The article to which Mr. Dickens took-exception, and whic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 14 March 1889
ABiRilHAM'S THE GREAT HËAIJTÂ ' RESTORER'; ..¿il . ilOil AK £ : ¿* -.I ii 1 'J.; §old5 .Eyeryiwliere. ! Public. "Notices. BILLHEADS HANDBILLS Vf MENU CARDS RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS , ENVELOPES, &c. COLOR AND ARTISTIC PKINTINU à specialty FENTON AHD KNIGHT BABJUXK MINKR OFFIOK Ardent, Stroit Ghlorodyne. ;THE;ÖRlG]$£L AND ONL1 ;- ^GENUÍNEi »POISON IN THE ASHES.-Man: V people believe that Naturehas some- where a remedy for every diaeue.. So many arid BO' terrible are the ills of life, and sp alight the pleasure ire get as timé niiés past, that such a belief is the least ' faith we can show in a gracious and' all wise Providence. A few remédiés--but I 1 alas, how few ¡-have been found. Others^ ; so far; lié hidden from human inquiry. Occasionally, death follows quickly on thé heels; of evil-an illustration of the dangerous character of the ailment tö be 'relieved. In no country in the world are 'there- so many insane asylums filled to overflowing, all resulting from Nervous D...
Great Mount Lyndhurst. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 14 March 1889
Great Mount Lyndhurst. YESTERDAY 22,000 shares in the Great &nbsp; Mount Lyndhurst Silver and Copper Mining Company were offered for sale by Mr. W. T. Linton, on account of non- payment of calls. Only 200 shares were &nbsp; sold, this parcel being bought by the legal manager of the company for 8s., or less than one halfpenny per share. There are in all 30,000 shares in this company, and the nominal value of these is over 45s,