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Business Failure. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
Business Failure. THI crediton in tho ssaignedestate of R F. Holdsworth, of Broken Hill,- have arranged et a meeting to accept los in the pound, hills being given at 3, 6, and 12 months for the larger amounts and cash for the smaller ones. Mr. Pitt, of Marden, han ajnaranteed the bills. The toUl amount of liabilities U £937 13s 9d, and the assets were set down at £929 Mis 3d. ~ * '
A. M. A. USUSAL WEEKLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
USÜAL-álP^L^ÍKEÍtrbíGf V." ABOUT 60 member» rolled up to the ordi- nary weekly meeting of the local branch: of the Amalgamated Miners' -Association, held at the Kiosk last night.- In the ab- sence of the president, the vice-president (Mr. C. Peund) took the chair, and Mr. Hicks acted as secretary, the latter officer also being away. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, and the correspondence wse called on. MINE MANAGERS' KBPLY. A letter was received from the secre- tary of the local branch of the Mine Managers' Association in reply to a com- munication from the miners' body, stating thac truckers were not included in the definition " miner," at the suggestion of the Miners' Association's own dele- gates when they conferred with the repre- sentatives of the Managers' Association on the subject ; also, that the mine man- j agers could not see their way to " coerc- I iug men into joining the Miners' Asao- j ciation." Great exception was taken to the tone and nutter ...
Mineral Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
Mineral Exports. THE following quantities of mineral pro- ducts were dispatched by r»il from Broken Hill last week : Broken Hill Proprietary, 12,000 bar" of bullion, weighing 473 tons lcwt Oqrs 81bs ; value, £25,543. Junction, 804 bags of ore, weighing 47 tons; value, £376. North, 33 trucks of ore, weighing 174 tons 17cwt ; value, £873. Maybell, 140 bags of ore, weighing 6 tons ; value, £180.
Juvenile Offenders. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
Juvénile Offenders. THC two boya, Arthur Forrest and Gwrge McKenzie,F who are charged with the larceny of an axe and aoeae other articles from certain residents im Sooth Broken Hill, and were remanded, were again brought up before the local bench this morning, At the oratio» hearing it was deposed-that the ben atole the articles sod conveyed them to an improvisaed csmp -some . two miles away from the Sooth Township. In following up the case'Mfr morning, Ser- geant Saunders sUted that the boys had been troublesome for some time psst, and Forresthad bSj^imprisoned a year pre- viously for a sunilar'-oJrVhce. Their parents did not appear to he able to con- trol them. Mr. Gower, P.M., who, with Mr Ring, J.P., composed the bench, called for the parents, and, on the promias that the latter would look after their children in future aocLkeep them out of mischief, entered a discharge with a cau- tion in the record.
Order in the town. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
Order in the town. THE local hench dealt with th re* disturben of peace and decent order this morning. James McKehna; for venting obscene language in the principal thoronghfare yesterday, was fined 10s with the choice of remaining in police custody for three days. William Clark, who had procured or furnished bail, was ordered to pay 5s. or softer 24 honra enforced companionship of the police. John Burdett, who had a previous conviction rec&ded to his detriment, was called upon to contribute , 10s to the public revenue, or be secluded for three dsys. Mr. Arthur Motley, of Burn, died on Friday last after a short illness. The de- ceased gentleman is well known by many on the Barrier, he having come from England in the early days of the Burra mine to take charge of the smelting works. His remains were interred in -the Kooringa cemetery on Saturday.
Typhoid Fever at Burra. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
Typhoid Fever at Burra. TYPHOID1 fever has obtained a good hold of thia town. The hospital ia full. There are 41 patients therein, about half of them being down with the fever. One of the nurses engaged in that institution was buried on Monday last, having died at her post/rom the dread malady. It is popularly believed that the disease must . have been' brought into the town from the Barrier, so many persons having been -brought here of late.
The Darling Water? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
l^>Dteriiflg Water? Ainrrî» "better haa jost been'received by .> wen-known hotel-keeper of Argent atreet from" his brother, who ie engaged in the aame line of bosineaa on the banks of the Darting/st Wileimoia. In thu epistle isjafpiiï»^ water supnfy cf Broken Hill from the mer. and the following concise description of the water at the present time is given : " The river is as green as grasa, and stinks."
At Government Door. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
At Government Door. -«, ADELATDB, Wednesday. A. man uut of work has written to the ^Treasurer :(H^^^ í^ter¡^ to him, telling him to knock at ; the Government door. Ho therefore applied to the Treasurer for employment. Yesterday, a deputation of ladies waited upon Mr. Playford, requesting a Government grant for the purposs of establishing a training bouse for domestic servants.' ;Thé ^i^sù^ï'lMtàjtheva that their . application was no doubt due to similar prayerful means, and such appeals were becoming too common. It was too customary to knock at the Government door on the slightest pretence, and he gave no hope that the request would he granted.
Miners' Rights. SYDNEY, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
Miners' Rights. &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY, Wednesday A little time back the manager of the Linwood Colliery discharged a man for disobeying orders. The man was afterwards elected by the Miners' Lodge as their check weighman at this same mine. When he put in an appearance, &nbsp; the manager ejected him. The matter was brought before the Newcastle Police Court, and the magistrates decided that the miners had a perfect right to elect him or any other person to the position, further fining the manager £5 for the &nbsp; ejection. Notice of appeal was given. &nbsp;
Alleged Criminal Assault. A GRAVE OFFENCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
Alleged Criminal Assault. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A GRAVE OFFENCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY, Wednesday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Jeanie Lennox, from Brisbane, arrived in the city on Sunday last in search of a situation. Being a stranger there she was &nbsp; &nbsp; recommended to a restaurant situate in Erskine-street kept by one Ernest Butt- ner. On Monday night Buttner entered &nbsp; Miss Lennox's room. The girl, failing to comply with his demands that she should &nbsp; partake of a quantity of spirits or submit &nbsp; to his immoral overtures, was violently &nbsp; and criminally assaulted. Lennox is a respectable girl, 18 years of age. She &nbsp; &nbsp; managed to escape from Buttner's clutches, and, falling through the window of the room, alighted on the roof of a lower building 20 feet down...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
Piïbfrë Notices. i BIU.HEADS i I HANDBILLS , MENU CARDS RECEIPT BOOKS CUSTOMS FORMS ENVELOPES, &o. Coton ANO Aarane Paurmío a specialty', FENTON AND KNIGHT BARHIEE MIXEÍL OFFICE ' Aryanr Srr»»or. j ¡ i Dh Brow ri e's- I TH ii &lt; ) ÍUGIN AL AND !ONlA GÉNÜJNE. . ppiSON ;, Iíj;'!' Tftko ÁSÜE,3.;-ManT *- '. pfeopié ,t>eïi_pVei /that, Ñature^harsome! whore a remscfy for__.every disease. So miny. and^o terrible are tho.illBTof life) and- so- èîifîlii't'he pleaauretTve1 get-as*iáme flies past, that, such a Mierda the leasè faith we can'show "tu à gracious and all wise. Providence,.. v A. fe»^ reuiedies^-but ;alasfWowTew l--4ia^e'0e^fround^dffiers} so far, Ho hidden from human inquiry. Occasionally; death^fôllôws:qûickly on tho heels of evil-an illustration of the 'damgeíbÚ3:chárat:t?er"of!thè ailment* fo'oë relieved. In no country in the world are j there so'teahy1 insane as^Iumí fdled to j overflowing, all,-resulting ^romi;-.Nervou3 Dysp^Vsia it le&dirtg wsymp...
CHAPTER V. [?] CLOUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
CHAPTER V Et*"E§ Tay'Fura again tie chronicler J What wonder if I shrinklïrol^tlie task? Whaß^öndieiLif/ TOEhTäU the dim, ^nd^rm^^blacl^eas: ofhthe pasMnmyi recollection, I prefer to let it remain! vague íá^-aiebñlous;i rather^th'án to set! down, on paper thcdetails of those days which can fiefrer^Telnim ^avë as ghosts to haunt and -troable.me 1 - A year ran by, darling, so swiftly and so softly._AlLwent well with us. I prospered in my work, and wrote i ncessantly. Two romances ware puoli^e^^nj^m^p^^smd both were more than moíerately^ successful. And, as I had alway^dreanièd you would. tyoui-tdoh;eve^idor^tiEn ¿ wifely'pridt in my success, arid?ch'eered me on. ..Bfih ithere^cánuVá * chämge." T -grew ill, and did not know what ailed me I could, not work^Ar-m^brain- seemec lumpy and .leaden, ..and; -¡a racking fearful pM^fí^oy head!f tíróve me a .twßtaga'iyfivfe^^^iii ' ; Doc^rgidid. piotr séétn.'ablé' tó hel] me. More than one-local practitipne exain^iet^MéSdfea^eiñ'g totalÜy,1 as'i ...
STRAY NOTES. THE MINISTERS RE-ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
STRAY NOTES." THE MINISTERS RE-ELECTED. The eight Assembly members of Sir Henry Parkes' new Cabinet have been re-elected unoppoeed tor their' respective constituencies, snd there is now no doabt about the personnel of Sir Henry's team, at least for some little time to come. In their action in respect of these re-elec- tions the protectionists hare played a part for which they should receive some acknowledgment at the hands of the freetraders. From almost the first they, or at le**st the Protection. Association, maintained a solid opposition to any cm-, test, taking pl*ce. By . this action they saved much valuable time to the: Mum tera, who otherwise would have had to spend several more dn.ys in useless can- vassing,'besides costing, the country the g *»1 round d''ni which a>> election meena. lv good uieu hrtd been put foi-ward by the pro':u i 'uistrt it is n >t all certain that M. aar- G *uld i nd O Con.or would have bo.-'! returu&lt; &lt;J Aud were they not...
Told to Portrait. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889
- ?? - .- ?? i. - -r--¿- . z ToM^lv-Pörtrait. CU APTER IV.-(Omit limed. ) We moved into our new house, ns 1 have said yeá^PtjftSv- Trlnopoulo---, who was in?J^ntlo»irSwas to join us in a few days, for Everard insisted on !uK,staying with*ns.h I wished he were noßi cöming, foi?.-his J big eyes'seem to; follow me wherecver I go, and at times hè'alraosfe frightens inM And yester- day he came into om* nest all unex- pected aijd.^n^r^pi^. ju*t, «#-l*>e seems . to çphîè iñtp.tlns. jourjaai,o^ iniue. ~T ifcrwas evening,tánílrwe sat together in our 'working Tooni; my husband and; ; I. * AVèlalked: bf 'thë bygone'da\-s '. of the tiiutt,\vhen~we first met, of the old discussions that we used to have on subjects:that^Hçould hardly;interest us nowi of our summer rambles, and t en of the June evening when we pledged to one another. v * And Wsaid.'my husband, ' Ah, jVena,} -little, ¡wife,-« how much t owe to you ! . But for you I might bambeen, drudging awayiouia count- ing-house stool to-day,...