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Adelaide Cup Weights. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 16 March 1889
Adelaide Cup Weights. The following weights were declared &nbsp; in connection with the Adelaide Jockey Club's Cup Race :— Recall ... 9 8 Stanley . 9 0 Lonsdale. ... 8 9 Chetwynd (late Paragon) 8 7 Aldwalloch - ... ? ... 8 7 , Vermopt ... , ... ,... 8 5 'JSneas ..." ... 8 2 Affluence. 8 0 DrillDool.. 8 0 Ernani . 7 12 Harbinger. 7 12 Lord John- . 7 ll Tareena. 7 10 The Lawyer . 7 9 Blue Blood; ... ... 7 8 Sluggard ... ... 7 7 Bachelor. 7 7 Richmond . 7 5 - Mystery. 7 4 Viator ... - ... - ... 7 2 Elisabeth Villiers ... 7 0 Oaklands. 7 0 Contest ... _\.,6 12; 'Enterprise ~ ..- 6 12 Widgeon ... ... 6 10 Speculation . 6 7 Nina. , ... ....... 6 7
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 March 1889
MUNICIPALITY OF BROKEN HILL, NOTICE TO PERSONS BUILDING : Thit Council having decided that all Verandahs and Balconies shall be built in accordance with certain regulations made, and passed by the said Council, no person will, siter this date, be allowed to build on any street or roadway any Verandah or Balcony, unless in ! accordance with these : regulations. Builders and others mu«t give notice and obtain permission before laying building material on any street ; failing which, proceedings will be taken against all persons not complying herewith. By I .order of the Council, fe CUTHBERT ALLISON, Town Clerk. Council Chambers, February 18,1889. j Q O VE MME NT NO TI CE S. I Until further notice Water will be ¡ supplied (by ticket only) at the South Tank, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and ! Saturdays, from 8 a m. till 5 p=m. Tenders Accepted.-For erecting pumps I and appliances at Horse Lake and: 27 Mile Tanks, Aish and Wagenknecht Fencing Lease at Thackaringa Tank, William Cartei. Formatio...
Barrier Miner. MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1889. The Concentrators Scare. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 March 1889
MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1889. The Concentrators Scare. .SOMETHING was written on Saturday regarding the recent rumors affecting the Barrier mines, and attention was directed to the fact that experts had agreed in declaring the pinching and ..asking of lodes almost a certainty ; .-md, moreover, that continuons, as op- posed'to bunchy, lodes are more likely to Be5 permanent. However much satisfaction there may be in the con- sideration of this, it will even be more assuring to learn that Mr. Patton, the ?oanager of the Proprietary mine, thinks v»iy~ lightly ^indeed of the pinching'of a lode, such as has oc- curred at the Junction and North mines. Mr. Patton, to use his own words, does not allow such things to worry him. He knows that they do, will,'àùd must occur in the best lodes, and .sq he -makes all preparations to meet the exigencies qi the cases, and waxes ' wroth over' the; absurdity pf the people who go " ramping round " when- ever a lode pinches. ButitisinregardtoMr.Patton'sutter :...
The Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 March 1889
. ThëVFire/.Brigade. PRAISE should be. given where praise is -due ; and it is because of .this it7- is butproper somè' few words should be written.' in. commendation of the a îtions of the Fire Brigade at the conflagration |X3rysfcal-street. on.' Saturday'. night. Upon morer than : one, L occasion the brigadiers. have been un mercifully ill treated; ,by_,': the- "unthinking crowd« They have been jeered; and .boo-hooed, and had obstacles7 maliciously thrown in their way¿ 'untilTwere'they ¡not.'mén of fixedr purpose "¿índ strong resolution/ theyj would r;have 'thrown up the game and alió wed" the untutored and officered crowd to . fight with the flames as bést"*they *mightjK -In spite of all this, however, they have steadily pro- ceeded with their drill-exercises ; and, under ^Captain Hughes and the other officersUiave? iattained tto'-a .decree* of. efficiency which under the circum- stances is positively surprising. ; Those who have been accustomed to sneer at the ! ;exertipnsjpf - &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 March 1889
Spedaiv Âdvertisemeuts. Q O. BOWEN AND 00., SHABBBBOKXBS ATO OOMMISHION AOEHTB, 4 Carrington Chambers, ARGENT-STREET. M. RICHARDS : CmaasT ATO DKUOOIST. . : Argent-street, Broken HilL Warner'iSafe Care, 5s 6d bottle ' * " ' : Pur» limejuice, qaarti 3e ~ . EnoV Fruit Salt, 3«.: . - r- « ? ? f ? \ T\ SL . sJ'JB A B Ä O Ó' K say be consulted at - Mn. AaMaxaoKo's OHIMBT, ä ;" Argent-street, ' ' ' Dalt*S**0*. 11 »-m- to 1 P-m* y \at 7 p.m. . . LEGAL. T O H-IT R. I D W;A TL D 8 J ? (Of Deniliquin), -? % B O IJ O I T O R, : Ac. OoBUSnaùôjram .von AmnAvrre, New .South Wales and Queensland. .»S^ Naw Osnass in the Oammercial Rooms*; Granit Hbtelcdireetly opposite the Court* X . LEGAL. ^ ^ r CT.ARK AWD HALL, .. ¿ SOLICITORS, 4C., . Aaaaj-ohambers, Argent-atreet. .4^;' JJ"X L I ? B B O THE R1; BiákymiMcmé AW J lillias Anangu S/ndWtea formed. Companies/loaasst 7l|dTOWILLIAM ST.. AJ>SLVlw!' _B-^_" _?_1_" £ NTHONY 8, FOTHERINGHAM, 5» P JSHAREBROKER, R^^AL EXCHANGE^ ADELAIDE. Member Stock Exchan...
THE JUNCTION. THE LODE FOUND. THE PUBLIC HOODWINKED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 March 1889
THE. JUNCTION. H ^HM'IiODE FOUND. ? '-Sir-. -3.'' THE fEUBLIC ^HOODWINKED. i. ItHà . \ Äs» Mitts! , . » SoMB^weeks ago%:waV considered advis- able to insert ianthe columns of the. BARRIER MINER a strong protest against the way in which the Junction mine had been4 4 workedv^Tlieprotest was couched' in the plainest wowls imaginable, and the words -used were ;to^the*effect .that the Junction was one of the most shame- fullymismanaged mines upon the Barrier. This*'action wasr pronipted by* 'the know- ledge that influential members of a cer- tain clique were trying to work the mine for their own special advantage, tb the detriment of the shareholders generally. The news waa. at.tfaAt^time.., being dili- gently spreadíabroaaí&at the lode at. the' 300ft. level of the mine had pinched out beyond all hope of redemption. This latter idea the MENER most stoutly .com batted from the first moment that the rumor, was circulated,' and we have ever since asserted that it would; not;: be lon...
CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 March 1889
CONCENTRATES. -? . . The weight-throwing contest between Considine end Dsn Browne which was to have been held on Saturday afternoon was postponed. "Williams is s*id to be in better form than Owen SulliTan, whom he meets to- night for 8 rounds or a knock-out. St. Patrick's Day was celebrated in Sydney ; on Saturday. ? The proceedings passed off satisfactorily. The will of late Moses Joseph, of Syd ney, has been sworn at £126,000. A base ball match is heine played at the Hibernian sports this afternoon.;' It is proposed that the Marquis of Lorne shall next be Governor of Cape Colony, instead of^New; South Wales, as first proposed. > 241 typhoid cases were reported to the [ Melbourne Central Board of Health last ? week, ll being fatal. ; ¿ £20,000; is; the estimated damage done by (ira oásthe premises of Gibbet Shsl-; :lardf; and Co., printers, &cU Sydney,1 : Friday night. M vv £M A. . Hon. Cecil Rukes has declined the 'governorship of the Cape of Good Hope: I H-r C. durrie,...
Proposed New Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 March 1889
Proposed New Brigade. Ii haï been suggested that the miners of Broken Hill should form a fire brigade, and the idea is, no doubt, a good one. With only one brigade the trained men have to call to their aid a number of possibly well-meaning people who often do ill-advised actions when conflagrations break out ; and were another brigade formed. formed and the two worked amicably together many advantages would accrue. It is known that amongst the miners there are many ex-firemen, with «hose assistance the proposed brigade would be a great power for good. The fire on Saturday hight amply proved that all tb»se specially, adapted for firer fighting are not at present recognised brigadiers ; and the greatest credit is due to those laymen " who - so thoroughly earned the praise of the onlookers at the Crystal-street fire for the valuable wort they performed.
Truckers at Block 14. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 March 1889
' Truckers at Block 14. A week or so ago a complaint was made by som© trackers engaged at the Block 14 . mine that they were working eight hours on Sundays, and they subsequenlly asked that the Miners' Association should endeavor to obtain the same concession regarding boura of labor on Sundays aa had been granted to the miners. On inquiry it transpires that these truckers, pr at least the majority'of them, have not Íbeen working on Saturday afternoons, and* consequently worked on Sundays tb make up for this.. . , ? :
Baker's Creek. PHENOMENAL YIELD. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 18 March 1889
Baker's Creek. ^: ^ y PHENOMENAL YIELD. .'; ; :, P.. ADELAIDE, Mqnday. *' - The secretary of the Baker's Creek Gold Mining Company has been instructed that another phenomenal yield has been re- corded at the mine, situate in the Hill» grove district of New South Wales. From Smith's reef 106 tons of stone was taken j-... and crushed for 1770 oz, or an average[.qi/ J dose upon 17 oz, to the ton. The mide1 is reported to be still looking splendid.