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Cockburn Wants. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
Cockburn Wants. En rovie from Adelaide to Broken Hill the Hon. J. O. F. Johnson, Sooth AUB-' tralian Minister of Education, spent some time at Cockburn, on the border, where he was waited upon by two deputations, representing the inhabitants. The first asked-that better school accommodation Bhould be provided at Cockburn. The Minister promised that a provisional teacher should be sent ; and he would also look into the matter of providing a school building. The second deputation waited upon him in regard to the post office accommodation, which, at the present time, was stigmatised as absurdly deficient. In reply, Mr. Johnson promised to communicate with the Com- missioners. He hoped the increased output of the mines surrounding Cook burn would speedily warrant the erection of a stone building. Proceeding thence to Mutooroo he was again deputationised and promised favorably regarding in- creased mail facilities. Mr. Johnson then came on to the Hill, and, as an- nounced yesterday, is s...
The Concentrators. MR. PATTON'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
The Concentrators. MR PATTON'S OPINION. OK being interviewed with regard to the I alleged failure of the concentrators, Mr. Patton this afternoon, said :-" Ton can tell the public right from me that there is no truth in the rumor concerning the concentrators. They are a most unquali- fied success. I have proved them so, and now they can treat the Junction ore with- out fear of any kind. If it had not been for Mr. Holly's absence through fever, tho machinery would now be in full swing. Tell the public to keep calm, and not go ramping round every time a lode pinches, for I'll stake my reputation that the mines will come, right ultimately, if they only get time and a fair show. Why, the Proprietary mine pinches in pisces, and so will the North and the Junction."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
Special Advertisements. G.C. BOWEN AND CO., &nbsp; &nbsp; SHAREBROKERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, &nbsp; 4 Carrington Chambers, &nbsp; ARGENT-STREET. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A. M. RICHARDS Chemist and Druggist Argent-street, Broken Hill. Warner's Safe Cure, 5s 6d bottle &nbsp; Pure Limejuice, quarts 3s &nbsp; &nbsp; Eno's Fruit Salt, 3s. &nbsp; DR. SEABROOK &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; may be consulted at &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. Armstrong's Chemist, Argent-street, &nbsp; Daily from 11 a.m- to 1 p.m. at 7 p.m. LEGAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; JOHN R. EDWARDS &nbsp; &nbsp; (Of Deniliquin), &nbsp; SO L I C I TO R, &c. Commissioner for affidavits, New &nbsp; South Wales and Queensland. New Offices ...
That Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
That Dog. THOMAS SEVENBOOM is charged with having stolen one greyhound slut, the property of Frederick Smalpage. Morgan Smalpage having identified the dog as his brother's. Sergeant Saunders asked for a further remand, as Frederick Smalpage was ill and could not attend. A remand for &nbsp; eight days was granted, and the bail was lowered, accused being bound over in his recognizances to the amount of £20.
Reserve 3075. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
Reserve 3075. SERGEANT SAUNDERS has received the following from the Lands Department :- "Referring to your report of the 24th December last, to the effect that several persons are in illegal occupation of certain Crown Lands at Willyama, I am directed by the Secretary for Lands to request that you will be good enough to take such steps as will be necessary to cause abate- ment of the trespass."
The Barrier Chief. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
The Barrier Chief. TROUBLE is brewing in connection with the Barrier Chief S.M. Co , which, it was recently decided to wind up. In the prospectus upon which the company was floated it was stated that 11 tons 11cwt. of ore had been treated at Frieberg for &nbsp; an average return of no less than 335 ozs. of silver per ton; that there was a lode rich in chlorides and native and horn &nbsp; silver, and it further states that from one &nbsp; vein which was running down the under- lay "sufficient ore is being got to pay working expenses." Since the company commenced work, however, it does not appear that any silver at all has been obtained from the mine. The manager (Mr. G. Aarons), on whose report, jointly with Mr. Wilson, the company was formed, stated in the first half-yearly report--"Assays have been carefully &nbsp; made from every leader and lode forma- tion cut, but I am only too sorry to re- port that not one has given payable returns, although the...
Domestic Relations. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
Domestic Relations. FREDERICK BENNETT was charged this morning with having used indecent language in Blende-street,and with having indulged in obscene language in the same place. Constable Nolan proved the first offence and accused pleaded guilty under great provocation. He had been released from prison, and on going to his house, found his wife embracing another man. He then expressed his feelings in strong language. He also pleaded guilty to the second charge, but could not remember what he did or said as he was being roughly handled by the police. The bench fined him 40s or 14 days on each charge, sentences to be accumulative.
Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
Managers' Reports. SILVER ROCK S.M. Co.-Manager re- ports March 9 : " Operations have been confined to prospecting on what is known as the eastern lode, with a fair amount of success. Ore was discovered close to the surface, and a shaft has been sunk to a depth of 27ft, carrying fair-grade ore mixed through the formation all the way down. At 21ft. a rich patch of chloride and grey ore was met with. At 25ft. another small patch was found. At a further &nbsp; depth calcite gave place to ironstone on this vein, and shows chloride freely when broken. The lode at bottom of shaft is 8 ft. wide, and shows good clean lead ore on the hanging wall, with a vein of iron- stone and calcspar, intermixed with galena on the foot wall. This is the vein the chloride has been taken from." ORIGINAL VICTORY Mine.-Manager reports, March 14: "No. 1 shaft, 45ft level - South-west drive extended 8ft; total driven from shaft, 18ft. This end has not produced as much ore as formerly. North-east drive d...
Williams v. Sullivan. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
Williams v. Sullivan. WHAT promises to be a fair and genuine match is to come off on Monday even- ing, between Owen Sullivan and Billy Williams. The match is for £25 a-side, and the conditions are that it must be a knock-out or a draw. Both are big, game, young fellows, and have appeared before the Broken Hill public too often to need any description. They are both in really good condition,and,as each asserts that he intends to fight right from the jump, there is little doubt but that one will be knocked out. It will be a bitter struggle, as science, courage, and skill will be called out on both sides, if the men fight squarely, as there is little doubt they intend to do. &nbsp;