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Mineral Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Mineral Leases. t ?- ?_' - TUM following application for a mineral lease has been lodged with the warden's clerk : MAKCH 18. ¡ 4006, Richard Henry Ruby, of Silver- ton, 20 acres, parish Bray, county Yan- cowinna. The datum point is the north- west corner, of the land applied for, being measured portion No. 43. Silver, lead, and limestone.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS MARY ANDERSON ILL. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

OUR SPECIAL SERVICE -. CABLEGRAMS. MART ANDERSON ILL. ? LONDON, Monday. -èMary Anderson, the eminent actress, is reported as being seriously ill. ; _ "/COMPTOIR D'ESCOMPTE. LOM)'>K, Monday. ' Upon several eminent financial authorities stating that 40,000,000 - ^francs additional were necessary to ' place the Comptoir D'Escompte in an absolutely secure position, the Bank of France announced its willingness to advance half, provided the other half was subscribed from independent sources. The Credit Foncier and the Rothschilds immediately subscribed 5,000,000 each, and the 20,000,000 have now been fully subscribed.

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Told to a Portrait. CHAPTER IV. VERA'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

- JCoMató;á'<Pó¿trait. j CHAPTER IV. VEBA^Sj:8T0RV. He has comte^back my soldier-; scribbler, so^arored, so improved. Butj there, L~was. wrong to write'that. As. if anything co^df.improve Everard ! I had been anticipating his arrival, for two or three days ; for, though T¡ - kn^ewrhe was. on~ his'.way back, I- was; uncertain as to the-actual date of his; ,{s^b|^s1ho$>jPcoming.: t AnoTíwheriülie' rushed in, all unexpectedly, and folded; me rn his strong arms, I was half wild . : with delight.. ' i I haye said that he is altered. He is oMër " and graver. Except at very! rare intervals, there is not even a little; th^erais.not even a little bit of the boy j left about bim-And he is thinner: and paler too, for his wounds, he says,! 'have palled him down.' Bat he has! npjb changed towards me, I know.-: ^Hê":was~" ignorant of much that: had passed . while he was away... He knew nothing about " the success bf his letters,, or of their r cpUection tand -re - - publication. And...

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Barrier Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Barrier Horses. Ai the Edwardstown races, near Ads aide, on Saturday, Mr. Morgan D'Arcy had a little better luck thaa usual with his horses Bordeaux and Widgeon. The former, who was the favorite, won the Handicap Steeplechase easily by 3 lengths. Widgeon was hardly so successful, but passed rh« box second , in the Handicap Flutter.

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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

CONCENTRATES. A concert was given at Thackaringa last night. This was the first such per- formance in the new hall. It was well attended. ; The representatives of the press are to be excluded from inspecting all mines in which Mr. Sylvester Browne has an in- terest. ~4 j Says Mr. Sylvester Browne : " It is to be presumed that the m mager and directors (of tho mmes) are strictly straightforward in all their actions." j. By a colliery explosion .in the Depart- ment of Gard, France, 15 miners were killed. J. L. íWew, M.P., an Irish political prisoner, has refused to wear prison clothes, and, being stripped of hil ordi- nary clothes, hm been naked for four I days. Carcoar Garland, M.L.A.,is proceeding ito England, but will not resign. Mr. J. H. Want, M.L.A ,leavesHong 1 kong for Sydney to-day. Owen Sullivan is more merciful than I most pugs. Dr. Dendy, of St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide, is resigning all his functions save that of sub-dean and suoh others as the bishop may direct. I Admi...

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Lady Ethel Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Lady Ethel Mine. THK manager reporta that the latest news from thia mine, with samples of ore from the shaft, are very encouraging, some stones of very high percentage of copper ore, mixed with iron gossan, quartz, and green carbonates being freely mixed with the lode. The size of the lode is very much larger than the shaft. At 10 or 20 ft. deeper they may crosscut the lode to ascer- tain its size and quality, which at that depth should enable them to form a better opinion as to its true, character, there being at présent strong indications of both capper and silver. The miné never looked better than now, and this fact should encourage the proprietors to prosecute the work to a greater depth. The man .who ii engaged sinking the shaft came up from the mina last week, bringing th* samples of ore referred to with him, and to ar- range' for a fresh contract. The directors expresa the hope that the shareholders will pay their' calls promptly, to enable the manager to liquidate present li...

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Fine Imported Stock. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Fine Imported Stock. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. - Seven Clydesdale stallion!,, of ra. fine £>- hackney stamp, have arrived from Eng- land. The same vessel brought a number of prize poultry and doga.

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Freemasonry in Victoria. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Freemasonry in Victoria. -? :*F:\ MELBOURNE,Tuesday. The closing meetinp of the District Grand Masonic Lodge of Victoria, prior to the approaching inauguration of the United Grand Lodge, was held rm Monday evening. The surplus funds were shown .to amount to £1883, and it waB resolved to give £300 to the benevolent fund of the Grand Lodge, and to distribute the remainder amongst the Freemasons' aim-houses.

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Captain Rosman. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Captain Rosman. It is understood that Captain Edgar L.   Rosman has accepted the management of the Baker's Creek Gold Mine, in the Hill- grove district of this colony. Captain Rosmàn formerly held the position of mine manager of the Proprietary when Mr. S. R. Wilson was general manager. Subsequently he accepted the manage- ment of the Pinnacles ; but, having com- mitted a serious mistake in reporting upon a claim, he called down upon himself the wrath of the Mine Managers' Association, and somewhat suddenly: left the field. Captain Rosman has expressed himself in high terms regarding the Baker's Creek group of mines.

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A Triple Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

A Triple Charge. JAMES JOHNSON, who appeared in the police court this morning with a green favor conspicuously displayed on his coat, seems to have "played up" considerably yesterday. He was first charged with in- decent exposure, which he denied, but the police proved the offence to the satisfaction of the bench, and a fine of 10s, with the alternative of 4 days imprison- ment, was the dictum. He pleaded   guilty to having resisted Constable Powell, and a similar penalty was inflicted, together with an order to pay the cost of a cab, which became necessary for the obstreperous one's conveyance to the lock-up. When lodged in the lock-up, Johnson vented his feelings in obscene language to the scandal of the passers-by, and for this offence he was directed to pay a fine of £2, or be imprisoned for 14 days.

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Remanded. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Remanded. ROBERT MURRAY was brought before Mr. J. J. Williams, J.P., in the local   court this morning on suspicion of being identical with a man who is charged with taking and illegally using a horse, the property of John Prior, at or near Broken Hill on Saturday last. Senior-Sergeant   Saunders arrested the accused yesterday, and the latter then told him that he camped on Stephens' Creek on Friday night. On the application of the Sergeant a remand was granted for eight days for the production of further evidence. Ac- cused said he would try and get bail and the amount was fixed at £50 in his own recognizances, and two sureties in £25 each. The maximum penalty provided for the offence with which Murray is charged is £50.

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Adelaide Shows. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Adelaide Shows. ADELAIDE, Tuesday.     Mr. Wybert Reeve, the resident   manager for Messrs. Williamson, Garner and Musgrove, complains to the City Council regarding the South Australian Cricketing Association utilising the Adelaide Oval for the purposes of shows legitimately belonging to the stage, and pointing out the injustice to the public   occasioned by the proprietors of the oval being allowed to compete with the lessees of premises paying a license, and having also heavy rent to pay, with other continuous expenses. The matter was   referred to the works committee, the council being divided in its opinion. Mr.     Reeve stated that if the practice were not stopped he would be compelled to close   the Theatre Royal for fully six months   yearly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Special. To the Residents OF SILVERTON; G. R; IS TO BROKEN HILL. BARGAINS. 11111 SACRIFICED, Meetings. BROKEN HILL ATHLETIC CLLB. mHE . adjourned. Annual - GENERAL MEETING of Member« of the above Club will be held at Simpson's Wentworth Hotel on THURSDAY, 21st March, at I 8 o'clock. Business : To elect a Committee for the ensuing year and other business. All intending members are particularly requested to attend. ^ ,G,..C. BOWEN, r Hon. -Secretary pro tem. í LAUREL S.M. COMPANY, No-LlABILITY. ?\rOTICE is ; hereby given that an -^V ADJOURNED MEETING of Share- holders will be held at Harvey's Willyama Hotel, Argent-street, on THURSDAY EVENING, 21st March, at 8 o'clock. . Business: To elect directors, adopt rules, and to transact any other business that may be then brought forward. ! Proxies must be in the hands of the legal manager within 24 hours of the time of meeting. PHILIP A. DORNWELL, Local Manager. SAMSON S.M SYNDICATE. Airo SAMSON S.M. COMPANY, " NO-LIABILITY. "XTOTICE is here...

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Spick and Span. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Spick and Span. ¡THE bank managers are perhaps the most cosily housed of any class of men residing in the main street of this town. -Nearly all the. local banks have now got into substantial and well arranged premises, and a visit this afternoon to the newly completed offices of the local branch of the Australian Joint Stock Bank showed that .the manager has now about the most neatly and commodiously arranged, though not spacious, business premises in Broken Hill. A detailed description of this building was given in the MINER when it was first opened a few weeks ago ; but at that time the finishing touches were missing. The workmen have now done their task, and both inside and out thebank building has a spick-and-span appearance, the bright wood work of the interior, designed by Mr. Thomas, having a most attractive aspect, while the win- dows of white stone shows to great advan- tage in the framework of red brick on the outside. A lofty yet light-looking veran- da supported on elega...

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Silverton Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Silverton Improvements. THK Silverton courthouse «ad warden's residence, which have been in coarse of erection for some time past, are now com- pleted, and that in a very satisfactory manner. The courtroom, entered from a spacious veranda in front, is 24ft. wide by 33ft; in length. It is a - room well suited for court purposes, lighted in the usual way by adáptible windows, which answer the purpose of ventilatins aa well as lighting the room. Instead of the usual ceiling, there ia an open roof, painted in quiet but effective colors. This has a very pleasing effect, and the tie beams and other portions of the principal rafters favorably affect the acoustic pro- perties of the room. This in itself is a very material matter in a court of jus- tice. On the floor of the room there is the usual courtroom fittings, as dais, clerk's desk, jurors' box, witness box, prisoner's dock, and seats for the public, all of which are made of cedar, of exceed- ingly good workmanship and handsomely fini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Public Notices. BILLHEADS HANDBILLS MENU CARDS RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS ENVELOPES, &c. COLOR AND ABHSTIO PRINTING a specialty, FENTON Aro KNIGHT BARRIER MINSK OFFICE Argent Street. Dr. Browne's !.?:»..,ü *-<»spc U .?i 'u\(xA'i ' t Chlorodyne THE ORIGINAL AND ONL1 GENUINE.-: . ^ . pOISON IN THE . ASHES.-Man *- ' people .believe that Natarejiaa some . where a remedy forJ every' "-disease. So j many and'so terrible are .¿he illa of life, ' and BO slight the pleasure we;get w. time ?füés p^t^ that such a belief is the least ; faith wë canvshow in a' gracious * and iall^ .wise Providence! A few remedies-but j alas,- how few !-have been found.' Others, soi-far, lie hidden from - human inquiry. Occasionally, death follows quickly on the heels, of., .evil-an illustration of the dangerous ôharacter of the ailment to be reheved. : In no, country in the world are« there' so many insane asylums filled jto overflowing, all resulting from Nervous Dyspepsia- It 'leading sympt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Special Advertisements. Q_ G. BOWEN AND CO., BBABUBBOKUS AJTD Ctaraaaiox AOBXTS, 4 Cwrington Chambers, A RGB NT-STREET. AM. RICHARD S COUUST AMD DKUOGUT. Argff^trtft, Broken Hill. ;, Warner'« Safe Cure, 6* 6d bottle Pure Iimejuieer quart» 3a - Eoo'a Enttt «ait; 3e. ' T\ Í. r 8 i A : B R O O K x/ ' ^ to consulted at : . ...Mia:A*j»r*o*a's OZBVUT, Argeat-etreet, Daily* fÍT *° 1 P"*' \et 7 p.m. LEGAL. JOHN R. EDWARDS (<* DenirWn), : 8 0 tl 0 I I O R, ¿c. OoMsnsMona - tom AmnATm, Near r Bcaash Wale* asst Queensland. NuwOwricaÉ in the Ootnmaroial Rooms, Grasad Hotel, directlyopposite the Court- house: ; .-y. .:_ ? ~? I LEGAL. : :t CLARK AMT HALL, Bouorroaa, *c., Aaaay-oa^basu, Ajyeus-etfeet. JjpA L Bil BROTHER! BjtAiMUMMaM jMj 'Mxiiwm Aunara, S/ujtaa^l^riaeA. Oanpanks #lsa»s4. 7* «IWa WFOdAMMt., ADEL VID* ^ NTH0N1 8. P^HEBJNQrtAM, i- ¿ :' SHÀRBBRÔKER. ROYAL EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE. Memoer-Stoat-Exchange ot Adelaide. The Barrier Miner. THC WOBB^HftlCAirB KTBKIHGr PAPKB, .ÜC&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

À, »A^BRlflOE »nd CO.,. Produce, Melf' -tl.» chant and Auctioneers,' Bleñde-at,"^ { 4 RMSTRONG Hv C., Consulting .and -^..70peràtiyè CWmiat, Argent-starèrçt. BOAN BROS., I^pepi andrClqfchi^n, Argent-street. BRICKNELL BROS., Bakers, Caterers and* Confectioner», Argent-starêèé.' XIETT^RIPQÎÎ BU?ERTV .Consulting ^en^,-V4p.; yea«" experience, ArgenWtreet SonthJ T>ERTHY, J., Hairdreawi<:an4:TobaeT -ff. f coniflt, Argenfrstreet., . GLARK and HALL, Solicitor», Argent-street._. ? . pHARSLEY and CLARK, Share V . broken, Exchange, Argent-streek. T. pOPLEY, J., Blacksmith, Wheel ^) "wright, .Livery: and Bait Stable«, Oxide-street._? - : ' - ' BÜ-;'fiIEUV W. F.> Grocer . and. Tea Dealer, opposite Reserve, Argent* street. -_ TRENTON AMI KNIGHT,, Plain fand V Fancy Letter-press Prmterv Argent gfrrqey- ? ._ GEDDES, PREST, and HOOKJUNG, Ironmongery and Timber Merchants, trpiJtöWpRTH^R. P., Grocenand JACKMAN. H. L., Architect, Carring* ton .Chamberí. . JONES ; and f Y.QUNG, Shjarebr...

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STRAY NOTES. SHOOTING ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

STRAY NOTES. SHOOTING ACCIDENTS. THE number of gun, rifle, and revolver accidents, which have recently occurred is most appalling. Hardly a day passes but   a telegram is published in the press announcing that such an accident, nearly always resulting fatally, has taken place, in one or other of the colonies. The circumstances usually point to the grossest carelessness, generally on the part of some person other than him or her who receives the bullet. So numerous are the casualties   or fatalities that the question arises whether or not some stringent measures should be adopted whereby this careless- ness may be punished. At present it is not necessary for one who desires to be   avenged upon another to go forth pistol in hand, and, deliberately holding the weapon to the breast of the other, pull   the trigger and thus end life. No;   murder may be accomplished in a much safer way than that—safer at least so far as th...

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Barrier Miner. TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1889. The Latter-day Robber. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

^ÜBBDAY, MARCH 1«, ligo. the Latter-day Robber. WE know but little of the professional iiickpnoksjt -nowadays. ' He ia gener .V Hy a dull and leaden character, with- out-wit enough to baffle even the dull i VtellecYoí the ordinary constabulary, while ar detective ia for the greater } » »rt far too* clever for him .j We never t-Te-or '-,hear-of thia - bold and gallant ¡(ijjh^aymaú except upon the stage or > f the pug« of some sensational novel. The means of communication from one pvrtof tfae country to-the other are r m ta^psurfac^ ;foj his safety. The L- \me ia not worth the candle. Even 0 ir Australian .bushranger is rapidly tpoppingi out of the running. : The c'tance'of capture ia so great, and the t >nch of the hangman's rope so a^rpienaaát *rtaV-"he;who would be A áeyíl:wáj-ÍAn " ranger of the uQô**" country, " awóoping down, a id»plundering^ and retiring, turns li'-j aUentíbüs in anotier. direction a together^ }~|fo#iri$he burglar finds hia h morable; pTofeawra not nearly...

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