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Our Library. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

Our Library. ; BY WIMULWAKB. ' WHBN oar municipality acquired the Mechanics' Institute building for a tem- porary place of meeting on the under- standing that it bo converted into' a fro* library as soon as possible, those résidents who seek to gather instruction or mere amusement from books, congratulated I themselves that t hey would, if not in a few days at least in the course of a week or two, be able to gratify their taste for reading literature not otherwise procur- able in this town. Yet time rolls by and we seem to get no nearer the desired end of having our town library. It is a ques- tion whether the municipal council or the Government is mostly to blame for the delay which has occurred ; perhaps they are both about equally culpable. On the 7th of February last a letter was sent to the Public Instruction Department asking for the grant of £200 provided for the establishment of a free library in a muni- cipality ; and no reply has yet been re- ceived. Despite the circumstan...

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After the Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 19 March 1889

After the Holiday. MR. J. J. WILLIAMS, J.P., presided in the local police this morning and was   called upon to deal with a rather larger number of "drunks" than usual, proba-   bly owing to the fact that St. Patrick's Day was celebrated yesterday. Five first     offenders, who had given no trouble to the police, were discharged. Denis Trinidad, a well-known colored resident, pleaded guilty to having been drunk in Argent- street yesterday, and, as there were no less than six previous convictions against him he was fined 10s., with the alterna- tive of 4 days in the lock-up. George     Lane, who had been twice before con-     victed, was fined 5s. or 48 hours' impri- sonment, and the same measure was     meted out to Patrick Gould, on bail, with the additional penalty of 20s. or 7 days' imprisonment for having added to the offence of drunkenness that of ob...

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

Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. The market ia improving all. round. Souths opened at 15s., and' now stand at 19s. 6d. Junctions rose' from 7s. 6d. to Ils. 6d, at which price there are plenty of buyers. The other sales to 2.30 p.m. were : Mutooroos-13s >: Baker's 0reek-rS3s 6d Brökens-£2813s Block 14-91s 6d British-68B Norths-21s 9d Centrals-Ils ld South Extended-3d Victoria Cross-6» l^d Block 10-37s6d Gipsy Girls-2s 4jd

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Hibernian Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Hibernian Sports. THC settling o*er the Hibernian Sporte meering on St Patrick's Day took place at Simpson's Hotel lut evening. Alto* irerher the energetic secretary (Mr. P. O'D mnull) paid away to winners £65. Four events were not contested ; and the advertised prize-money for these, amount- ing in all to £6, it has been decided to present to the Broken Hill hospital. The committee, anticipate having a credit halance of over £20 after all liabilities are liquidated._ Theresidentsof Wolf ram-st. are still de- termined upon having a road constructed through the hospital reserve.

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Rinking. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Rinking. IN anticipation of cool weather such, aa has been experienced during the past day or two, the rinkists of Broken Hill are once more preparing to engage in force in the giddy whirl, and the attendance at the rink in Crystal-street is gradually becoming larger. So far, however, few novices have donned the skates, the great majority being those who became pro* ficient during the last winter session. To ail appearances tbs pastime will be as at- tractive this year as it was last.

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Complimentary Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Complimeoi^rl^Kiiefit THIS evening a gtrtuàhom^S^taiiàKj^Êi^^' fit is to be tendered, bjk Messina's Hall .{late Green's Athtefc Batt, to Messrs. E. Toàssard s4d «MMÎïlMoe by their fellow members OOH AB Star Minstrels, assisted by menSpU^tsleor., Döring their Mason st tho Bmraksnta^ the 1 Tl "I r i illiiliII 1 llissjésliu ij ponalarSÉfeorites ; -and as, in s)wwtio^' to rb* peroHpera who were then 'faf^e «s«npany,^they noir have with think Mri sass. Dan Tracey, Joe Somers, P. Bc. Rosehock, M. Cummins, J. Nicholls and others^ to^mghtV performance should- be a very entertaining one. The two benefi- ciare* are so well-known for their talent, and affability that no more need be said of them in this place^ .

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Scarle and Stansbury. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Searle -and Stansbury. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Stansbury, the oarsman who. was recently ; defeated ^ by the present champion; has been for a couple of months carefully training under Kemp, and is reported to be in excellent form There is some talk of a match being-made between him and Seule, who is now the world's champion.

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The Copper Market. Terrible Panic. A Sudden Fall of £17. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

The Copper Market. Terrible Panic. JÂ Sudden FalUofy£rf. LOUDON, Toesdav. r^^í¿íiÑ^^^aÁc^.set;in. early this ];morning in the copper market. This »is alleged to be due to the fact that . I thé^EngHsb,;.. agents of the French - j cop^^syndlcate have " helsa unable ' to - mèet"^ engagements, and -oithe directors of the Comptoir ^"J^-Escompte have also r epudiated rrítheír liability. Upon this becoming ^Imo^vn the panic set in, the metal falling, .to £35, the lowest recorded. Just now buyers are at £38, and 'sellers are at £43. " LATEB. ;i:5|Cppper is slightly firmer.- The panic ia subsiding. The price of the metàl (Chili bars) is now £40 per ton.

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Determined Suicide. SELF-STRANGULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Determined Suicide. .3..' ^ ' +; ' - ? - : ÄJ4JTRA^GÜT^ITI0N; r^iuj^averyonij^ín -ritte town, . who » anyone|knew old^WUliasa Miller,Utterly employed se , a y fBä^tmtcbnian in the principal section ot Àrgent-steeet, end greet wes the surprise this morning when it was announced that he had been lound dead, having evidently strangled himself. The news wes conveyed to the police station thia morning that he had . been found dead in his sh *nty; which is situated about 100 yards from the Sport man's Arms Hotel, at the northern end of the town, lt appears a man named Ham- mond, who follows the occupation of a butcher and was in the habit of sleeping on the same premises, came to the small tenement this morn- ing, end, on opening the door, the gruesome sight of the strangled in- mate met his vie«. Constable Mackay waa dispatched to the spot, and he found every evidence that the suicide was of a most determined character. The body waa lying on its left side, and the head was ooh/ a few, in...

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The Burra Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

The Burra Mine. IT WM announced some time ago (writes our Borra correspondent) that the Barra Copper mine had been sold to an English syndicate in London tor the som of £25,000, that £5000 had been paid as a deposit, and that the balance was to be paid on March 13. The time specified his expired, bot we hare beard ho more in reference to the matter. It is not made known if the purchase has been completed or not. The sta*e of the copper market and the uncertainty in respect of the salé of the mine have cast quite, a gloom over the residents. The tributen are at work still, but are not in good spirits, from the fact of the price of copper being so low. ' '

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Kangaroo Skins: ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Kangaroo Skins: ADHT.ATDB, Wednesday. : The exporta of kangaroo skins from the colony during the last gear are valued at £87,866.. . _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Special Advertisemeuu. -;.M -? t ' ; ? --: .""I O. BOWEN AND CO., br SHAKlSkVOKMBj* A«D <XMI*1IMIUH AoBKTt», 4 C?arringU« Ghamhwr», ARGE NT-STREET. ^ M. R ICH A R D 8 GHJKBr AJTD DBUOGIST. Ajfeot-street, Broken Hill. Warner's Safe Oar», Gs 6d bottle Pure Iimejaio», qnarteSs Bno'sFrnitSsit, 3*. " \ - DR. 8 K AB BO O K *aylweoiisaUed at IfaV^AwsttuomVOneuR, ^ Ärgert street, LEGAL. JOH H B, Vii D W A R J> 8 (Of DerfWnX SOL I O I Tb R, Ac. Oemsnssuomn sxsn AvviBJkTxrs, N«v lews* Wale* ¿ni Queensland. . Nsw Oma» in tiseOotajosreial Roosns, Gestad Basel, âhee# eppiwslia theÖowt LUAL. CLARK Airo HALL, V : /SouonoM, Ac.,' - AMe>y^d»asmbw%: Argent atreus*.. glLll IBOTHfIS ImiMtrcwB ASU Mijue ASSHML 8s«áU«tMV0TSBeA Comped ristsoi 71 CITO 1HLLIAM8T., ADUVUDB. NTHONI & IOTHKUNQHAM, 8HAB<BROKXR. ROYAL ECHAHOE, ADELAIDE. Member 8soek Existons* of Adelaida. The Barrier ?hier. TBi wowmiöstijri ifBHixa PAPEL Pries: OMI PBJnsT. The Most POPULAR Paparla Broken,mil. ...

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NOTICE OF MALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

NOTICE OF MALLS. To ARD ROI AOBXAXBK.-Leave Ade- laide 6.16 «.m. and 2.0. p.m., except Saturdays. Arrive Broken Hill, 2.26 a.m. and 7.60 a.m. except Monday*. Leave Broken Hill, 7.0 p.m. and 10 p.m., except Saturdays. Arrive Adelaide, L25 p.m. and 8.46 pim., except Mondays. EURIOWIE.-Leave Broken HilL Tuesday and Friday, 10.30 a.m. ; arrive Euriowie, 6.30 p.m. Leave Euriowie, Wednesday, and Satur- day, 9 a. m. ; arrive Broken Hill, 6.30 p.m. Arrive Broken Hill, Thursday and Sun- day, 6.30 p.m. ROUND HUI,.-Leave Broken Hill daily (Sunday excepted), 10 a. m. : arrive Round Hill, ll a.m. Leave Round HUI, 4 p.m.; arrive Broken Hill, 6.30. p.m. Mr. GIPPS.-Leave Broken Hill, Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur-: day, 10 a.m., 12.15 p.m.; arrive. Mt. Gippe, 12.15 p.m. Leave Mt. Gippe, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 3 p.m.; arrive Broken Hill, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. 5.30. p.m. BROKEN HILL RAILWAY STATION (BIS- HOP'S STORE.)-Leave Broken Hill post-office for railway...

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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

CONCENTRATES. The electors of Rodney, from whom the i Victorisn Premier Gillies is parting to contest ' the Eastern suburbs, are to banquet their late member. The Circuit Court is to open at Broken Hill on April 16. It is not yet known what judge will proceed hither. A conference of the Victorian pros- pecting boards is to be held to discuses i and'settle certain matters in connec- tion with the prospecting vote. Oscar Sinich, formerly of Broken Hill, is now playing with the London Minstrel Tourists at the Gaiety Theatre, Brisbane. B. B. Williams, one of the Fisk Jubilee Singers who visited Broken Hill, is studying for the bar. He is already a B A., and is now'working for his L.L.B. degree. He will probably settle in Sydney. A "Wesleyan .Spectator Publishing Company" is formed in Melbourne. T. W. Rashleigh, late of the Bendigo Evening News, is managing, director. -- Yellow fever is rsging in Rio Janeiro, Brazil's capital. It is reported that 100 deaths occur daily. The question of u...

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Manager's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Manager's Report» SILVIA BOCK S.U. Op.-The manager reports March 18 :-" Since last report we have sunk 9ft., making 42ft. from brace. Owing to the formation of the lode being so large, w ehave had to leave part of it behind, and are sinking shaft on hanging wall, where the principal ore has been got" The best looking ore we have got yet is showing in bottom Of shaft, Wa struck it yesterday, »hd will be able to tell you more fully at the end of the doming, week whether there is sny quantity or not. »This is the beet show of lead ore we have had, but I do not think from previous assays that it will go high for silver. It is right across the shaft, and solid. If it continues down it will pay for sinking the shaft"

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The Prospecting Boards. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

> The Prospecting Boards. .-«>-:-: . MELBOURNE, Wednesday. '- '. The conference of all the Victorian prospecting boards has been fixed .toribe ' held on April 3. The conference intends ' ^dealing with the more equitable aUotment : bf the prospecting vote, and with -other questions concerning mining. °

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An Eclectic Healer. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

/ . An Eclectic Healer. ' . - MELBOURNE,. Weda6*d\j~¿--< Frederick Radford, late of Adelaide and. Sydney, practising as an eclectic heäföv bas been found guilty of selling drags to procure abortion. He has been remanded for sentence.

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Wilful Murder. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Wilful Murder. . - --' A MELBOUBJH, Wednesday. w George Mcinerney, who waa recently arrested/ on suspicion of haring caused the' death of George Bye, who it was afterwards alleged died from the effects gt an accident, has been acquitted. A ; verdict of wilful murder was returned , against some person or persons unknown.

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Victorians Premier. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

. Victorians Premier. . - \j -. -_ --^r-- , r-;¡/v".c7^> .. " MSIBOUBNS, Wednesday. , - - The electors of Rodney, tn e Hon. Dun- can'Gillies'old constituency, intend ban quetting him at Tatura and Echuca shortly.: Mr. Gillies is not seeking re- election for that constituency.

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The National Orchestra. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

The National Orchestra. -:-? i ' MELBOURNE, Wednesday. The subscriptions in aid of the National Orchestra now amount to £2220, while the guarantee fund now amounts to £4025. . Sir William Robinson, the Acting Governor, has been requested to become tile patron, and Mr. F. H. Cowen, the conductor of the Melbourne Exhibition - Orchestra, appoints the conductor in England._

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