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

THREE POUNDS REWARD. TiOST, Small Sealed PACKET, with 4-M-Letter (addreeeed) ; finder rewarded. M. Smith, Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Argent-street. Special. - To the Residents OF SILVERTON. C. R. SELLERS IS REMOVING TO BROKEN HILL. BARGAINS. \wmmm SACRIFICED, Wanted. WANTED the public to hmo that prepaid advertise ment», Wanted, Situations, ¿cc, not exceeding twelve wurde, viii be inserted at one shilling each, or six times for five shillings. WANTED. first-class WAITRESS. Australian Club Hotel. WANTED Known, Skating in full swing at Rink To-night. WANTED, Pickle and Vinegar Bottles, any quantity ; highest price giren. Box 75, P.O. WANTED, Apprentices to the Dress- making. Apply to Miss Hackett, Argent-street. ANTED, a good General SERVANT. Apply at Pierson's Royal Hotel, South Broken Hill._ WANTED, a Second-hand PACK- SADDLE. Edward Manton, saddler, Oxide-street._^_ ANTED, Boarders, at Mrs. Wallace's Kapunda Boarding-house, neai Sportsman's Arms Hotel._ rrUILORESSES.-Tailoresses wante...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Directory. -. X : A.: BRICE and [QO.; Produce ~3Í¿L\ At> chtot aiitf Aactfoheera; Bleadé-ñt^ . A .pÎSÏ^pîÎÔi^.- 0., Cqn¿t4tíng;ánd Drape» and GIbtkier»[ ArgehfrtfrteK- .i.ií .1 ? : \ ¡ ?fi, ,^«m¡ts^:' WW',experience] , Ar^n^ti^q^S»at6>,., - ",. ., BERTHYí'Jí,* Haár*rp*8er:»nd Tobacf /^LARK\aa$JHALL; Solicitors,' &c, flHABS&Kfc«and qLABfc SB**»} OPLEYy J.^ - Bfcckimith,- Whe«lj wriglif, Liver)- add Balfe Stables,* Oxide-afareefc-' - ?* _. TW^HlW, -W;- F.^-Gtt^anoVTeJ ?Ll Deilür, oj^tó'ReséWe, Árgenti Bivi-, flwáw «nfl A4- Fiuit^i^Ajr^Di^toyA8<Mttw. j, KNIGHT, F., Tailor and Outfitter^ "ITENinSÖYJAi'.AtWiottjte iii* General -t*> SsBsttKni^opptarlfl Blfidttli Hotelj Broken HilE* ' . « .- ; t; " : '? ' j y A Wlfflflrfffi J g ^ HlÍraftgolrar " ari3 U g^^^P^y_Í LIKTOJTT WTT., "AacttônSrT Shrej r broker, JLand Agent, Oi^ExqhangeJ TVTOKâlSÔif, P;; Tailor .awi GènÇÎ Outfitter, 2 dotfrV'fwfr fcnWQfflce ' . Argent-rtreet SoutK, o{^^Bé^j| S2J, f\SK tod CO, Sh...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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The Mining Laws. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

The Mining Laws. Sn Hnrar PASOS bsa apparently st last awakened to the knowledge that a great change in the mining law of the colony is j required with aa little delay as possible, i And thoa he has declared himself te the elector» of St Leonards :-" The mining laws, want ' immediate amendment and this must be part of the first business of the new Parliament If there is one thing above, another proved in New Sooth Wales it is' its mineral wealth, but the extent of its mineral wealth is so large ss to be even beyond calculation, and we cannot even dream aa to the magnificent extent to which it will be proved to reach. And it seems to me that th » time has come when laud at preaeut closed to the miner »houui be thrown open. I mean the juurch and aohool landa, and the land ueid by private com panies. " It would, however, be foolish to jubilate over thia awakening on the pire of the Premier. Sdei.ig chat he has for so long a tima been m po wer, he must be an incorrigible dullard ii tia ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barrier Miner. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1[?]89. "Co[?]rcion" of What? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

WJCDNBHDAY, MARCH 90, lt». T*» reply ^ received by-the Miners'' .láeóeiation from' the Hine.Managers' .liaoeiatzon regarding t^ ^ogsjfcbe* of unkmiste sad iion-nnionitta Avat not characterised by that1 temper ânàe and caution w.iich usually mark ^^^r^wij^ of that bod j, »nd more v/pnfxÄelteT =0* - the" secretary. The Mlne^AW^n pat n plain ques ' tioa before^ nwagers. -They asked H-hether, in - the ' event of tiieir asao eatíorí ¿r«s0lvrng-'to enforce the role which dechíréa that unionists and non .uiiiOwii^ together, the itiuuias^re-would 3bef prepares!-to work. ' under those onion rules. In reply the managers ote jñch an expression as " coerce" iñ rafóning to the propoeed action of the innen. / T«7 probably tbÄ w* *i&BS£' absolutely and radially irr^ of this te^in^ili^^ not Atwell- chosen > - one. The idea farmed -7 by ' ' the' majority! of persons rs*£scltt# this *ordL " coerce " ': it mt; ^ Ias^,v^c^ajpB^are adopted to enforce - A'OiapIiac^^wJiettiw iTiaiitèfnl or dist...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reserve 3075. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Reservé 3075. àâxmMO to snswnestnent, a meeting '"otthose" who have taken up their residence on thia portion of the municipality wea held at the Pie; and Whistle Hotel last ;sv¡fht.a wish the object of asking the ntujucipel council to reconsider the decision srriTed at at the last meering of that body, which was that the résidents on the reserve bentored ofE. Mr. J. J. Williams occupiedthechair,aad Aldermen Morannsnd?hwsdonws*ecisoprw eheiraaan advised ti^ proceedings te be tshen should be characterised by assjj soa and orderliness, and this advis^^s? not lost noon those present. Anymorml was sBjbssuttei snd agreed to/ salting the connell tb reeoaeider thé resolution passed last Wednesday that the reserve be cleared, the request being based on the. .feWosiag fioends:-1. That 150 persons ' ware ressdlog on the land, the shifting of .^wiaas wefski ba a' grest hardship and canes Bench inconvenienoe. 2 That a soh-diTiskm of the reserve into residential ?-usd non-residential portions wou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. E. B. L. Dickens. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Mr. E. B L. Dickens. A FEW days ago it was announced that Mr. E. B. L. Dickens, the new member for Wilcannia, had been grossly insulted by an article appearing in a Sydney even- ing print, and with the authorship of which Mr. John Haynes, M.L.A., was taxed. Upon hearing of this unjustified attack, the supporters of Mr. Dickens telegraphed to him as follows :– "Your supporters, having learned by a press telegram of a vulgar attack made on you by an obscure journal because you are the son of an illus- trious father, desire to testify to you, and through you to the House, that they con- sider themselves better judges of your ability and worth than the irresponsible scribbler who attempted to bespatter one of whom he knew nothing." This is rough on Haynes.

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mining Directors. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

' Minin^^ireitors. |a*,|pUer, ig)!« baslow .chance of raming^ your Q«m* destiny, what would you bé while wandering round on thia ter 4^t ral Jtnud\ heap -ft prince of the blood, captain of a «hip, champion pugilist of the almighty Australian colonies, or a bishop V asked my friend Apple Jack a day or two ago 1 shook my head and smiled down sadly upon the questioner who wanted thusly to pump out th« inmost thought« that d walt in my vitals. 4 Not one of those things. Jack,' for if a pug., I'd have t . be brave, and I'm not built on that plan. Not a bishop, for then I'd have to wear fine linen, and I have none. Not the captain of a ship, for I'd have to be true in peril's hour. Not a prince, for then I'd have to mash ballet girls and actresses, and I'm too retiring tor that line of business. No, my sweet friend, I'm only cut out for one thing in this life, and that ia to be a director in a big mine. There I'd revel iu all the beauty and splendor of my transcenent talents, for it is a ...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Typhoid Patic[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

A Typhoid Patient AMONGST those down with typhoid and under treatment at Broken Hill Hospital at present is Mr ?. vice- president of the local branch of the Geographical Society, and a member of mines staff. Last night Mr P? punters, p? a bad night and is much improved this morning.Dr ? still has hopes of pulling the sufferer through

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Share Market. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Melbourne Share Market . Melbourne, Wednesday.     The sales to 12.30 were :-   Block 14-90s   British-66s         Brokens-£28       Junctions-11s 3d           Norths-21s             Victoria Cross-5s 8d  

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Breaking and Stealing. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Breaking and Stealing. --- MELBOURNE, Wednesday. On Sunday morning, at an early hour, the house of Andrew Gardiner, situate   at North Melbourne, was burgled, it is   supposed by a young man who came to   the colony when the Exhibition was open.     Some drug, it is believed, was used to   render Gardiner and his wife insensible. The thieves, while they were in this state,   succeeded in appropriating £30 and other goods. Gardiner, however, became con- scious before the ransacking was finished,   when the burglars scampered out and drove away in a cart which was waiting outside.  

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 20 March 1889

Adelaide Share Market. ADELAIDE, Monday.   Little is being done either in the rooms   or in the open Exchange. The sales to 2.30 p.m. were :-   Baker's Creek-83s 6d       Mutocroos-12s Brokens-£27 16s Block 14-91s 3d   British-66s Junctions-10s 10½d         Norths-19s 10½d           Souths-16s 6d Centrals-10s 9d; cons 9s 1½d Block 10-36s 6d Victoria Cross-5s 7d Pioneers-3s 4½d   Extendeds-1s 3d Kunthas-buyers £2 15s       English is always preferable to Latin when the native tongue is being spoken,   and can convey the speaker's meaning. Therefore the use of the over-worked phrase in re is to be depreciated.     Just a lettle too much "ego" in the speeches made at the A.M. A. meetings. &am...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Wyman Brown. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

- Mr. Wyman Brown: IN to-day's' issue we publish »letter from ¡Mr..Wyman Brown, the new member for the Sturt, having reference to cer tairjL~rûmôrs" which"'were recently'afloat regarding him and" his/seát in the As .sembly;1 . lt :will-p be remembered that' /almost ' a v fortnight ago - it i was reported in ttíe' MINER that, through- certain actions :- with : .which lMr.'iBröwn:was credited,'he was freely nicknamed "The Member for the Proprietary Company." This, ! no i i doubt, arose from' the published "report of'a presentation iwhich had been made to Mr. Brown. while on his way from Broken, -Hill ¿to <? Sydney, > at no other place than the.Proprietary Company's Adelaidevoffice-a ¿presentation, it was asserted, made also by one" of the directors of that company. When this was reported, it was very natural indeed that the public should ask -whethér orv; nótífMr. ¿Browny was âhàeritiîying*himself * too Closely* with'' this company. ~,It.>*as .also known that in the p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Special ; Advertisements. Q_ O. BOWEN AND CO., SHASTHBOKKB8 AJTD OomnsaiOK AOBWTS, 4 Carrington Chamberí, ;>.?). ARGENT-S TB. EE T. ^ M. RICHARDS CHOOST AHD DfiuaoisT. : Argent-street,: Broken^ HilL . - Warner's Safe Core, 5s 6d bottle Pure Limejuice; quarto 3e .. Eno'a Fruit Salt, 3s. - J J TV R. S E A B R O O K , nay be oonaultedrat _ .¿Mi.' ABMSUOVO'B OHBHIST, j Argent-street, D-¡," /from ll a.m. to 1 p.m. . " T \»t 7 p.m._^_ LEGAL. JO II N- R. ED W A R D 8 i -j - (Of Deniliquin), ~ 8 0.Ö GIT O R, Ac. CtoHBttsnovn worn ImuATra^iliw i ll /? Bonah; Wales and Queensland.^ j :iNnrOi9ioiB in the Commercial Rooms, I Grand HoteL directly opposite the Court- ¡ 'house * r': .. ; *..?? -' :;Í^:^F r"--..i:- " "... . LEGAL.-. : \: CLARK ATO HALLvVj ! :ÍS: 7¿\ ^ SotlOIXOM, ¿e., ' . : Assaj-obambers, Ar^nt-street. | çpTAEES BROTHERS; Sharebrokera. and Mining Agenta. ; Syñd&atea, formed. - : Companies floated. . * ; .. 71, King William-street, Adelaide. ; ; V NTHON1 .8. FOTHERINGHAM,...

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Hospital Items [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Hospital sterns7 ; r THERE are at present 31- patients' ia the broken Hill Hospital, no leas: than 25 of these being ander treatment for typhoid fever. Several of them are in a very bad condition! ffAmorigst the latter is^Mr. W. 'V. "Parcell, of whose ' illnessr the" doctor now speaks as being of a most serióos' character., f iThe>< dusts torm : which took place a few days ago succeeded in making things very unpleasant at'the institution;* but through .the efforts of the^ officers all is now again much aa it was before. The secretary pro. fem., (Mr. Thomas, ,Webb) acknowledges^the receipt "of £Pls'*-from"; Mr. James Kerin. " " -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Balmoral Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Tlie Balmoral Mine. A SHORT time ago it waa announced that five tons of representative ore had been shipped from the 'Balmoral mine for treat- ment at Port Adelaide by the English and Australian Copper Company. Mr. Trewenack, the manager of the company. . .now reports that the result was quite satis- factory, the parcel yielding 62 per cent, of lead and 32oz lOdwt. of silver per ton.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Races at Thackaringa. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Races at Thackaringa^ ON Sfc. Patrick's Day (writes our Thacka- ringa correspondent) our little township was alLexcitement. First came the races, which,; as welLas being 'our first- attempt hvthat line/were'also almost'impt^oniptu; having been arranged from the "preceding Friday. This fact did not, however, detract from the interest taken in them. The first race was the Maiden, won by 'Mr^Krânse's?Ijady.:*~ Next w-»s the High, Jump, won by MoGiU's'Skyscraper ; then came : the. big;, handicap, which Tommy Waters carried away ve^ easily. Fol- lowing this came the moat interesting race of the-day," the .Cigar and Umbrella Race, -iñ which Mr.* Daw's bay Jupiter was first past the post ; but owing to the animal going inside a sapling he was, dis- qualified, and the prize fell to Mr. David- son's Blue Bonnet. The Donkey Race was then contested, and fell an easy vic- tory to Mr; Murphy's Don: Pedro j; ridden by the'host of the Miners' ?Arins, and-'I fancy it was the hardest five minutes he...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Schuting Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

The Schuting Fund. .1 BUM OR has been circulated in Broken Hill during the paBt few days that the money subscribed by the public to assist the distressed Schutiog family has been wrongly appropriated. It is freely said that Mrs. Manley, into whose charge the surviving child of the Schuting family was given, received certain sums of money and employed them for her own purposes. Naturally this lady is aggrieved at this^-, ¡ind for the satisfaction of all parties it is requested that those persons (if any) who handed her money will communicate with . the . editor of this journal. As far AB the MINER fund is concerned it may be said that not a penny of it was paid over to Mrs. Manley, who alBO denies having received more thar £2 * altogether. . . This Bum she received upon the children being handed over to her, and was employed in obtainiupnourishment for them. One of the child - rn, it will be remembered, died ; ane the other has now been taken into the father's charge.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fire Brigade Social. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Fire Brigade Social. 4. VBmY agreeable party assembled at the Carrington Shades last night to commemo- rate the anniversary of the appointment of Mr. Walter Hughes to the captaincy of the fire brigade. An excellent dinner had been provided and, after the customary loyal toasts, the health of the guest was proposed by.>;Mr. Minders, coupled by a hearty wish for the welfare of the brigade. Captain HugheB modestly expressed his acknowledgment for the' honor, and Mr. Berry at greater length responded'on behalf of the brigade. A few; other toasts were, given, but the most effective response; was made- when Messrs. Sisely, Pelt, and Flood in reply- ing for the visitors each promised a sub- scription to the funds. Captain Hughes proposed the health of Mr. Bowen, whose birthday it -happened; to . be, and . that -gentleman ^ made his 'acknowledgments.' Animpromptu concert was then-organised,, and the rest of the evening was enjoyably spent. Mr. R. Mends Gibson, who is on a health-restorin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Angus. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

The Angus. MESSRS. R. L. Thomas and Co. report having just received a wire from the Brokera in Adelaide «tating that the Angus Silver Mining Company has been successfully floated.

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Broken Hill Share Market. 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Broken Hill Share Market. ' . 12.30 p.m. Block 14-buyers, 91s 6d Block 10-buyers, 37s ; Bellera, 37s 9d. Junctions-buyers, 10s b*d - Centrals (pro)-buyers, 10s Norths-buyers, 19s 6d

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