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Thackaringa's First Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Thackaringa'? First Ball, j THE first concert, Thackaringa has seen was given in Hawsbn's Hall on the even- ing bf St. .Patrick's Day. . It was some what of a drawbackjthat fno piano ÍB in "eiiatence ; in that neglected^apot, bat the 1150 present cheered till they .were hoarse when the overture was vented forth by " the orchestra," consistingvof a couple of fiddles, a flute, ana'TTmeÜaphone Miss Moyle +i led - off . when ; the dust had bleared away. Her nerves were, however, unstrung, and her " Footsteps on the Stairs " faltered to such an extent that a catastrophe was momentarily anticipated. She got to the bottom (or top)\ however,; safely,' but refused to db it again, though so requested. After Mr. Shipley had performed, Mrs. Black requested somebody to " Come back to Erin." Most of those present had had a similar request preferred a few times before ; but the song, would possibly have been> a success notwithstanding this had the lady's back not been turned to the audience. A ...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] THE VICTORIA CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Amongst the Mines. [BY OUR MINING REPORTER.] THE VICTORIA CROSS. AT this mine nothing of any importance has recently'occurred. - The work is con- fined to the maia engine shaft, which is in very hard country, lt is not known whether or not driving will be com- menced at the 300ft. level. Considering the position of this mine I should not hesitate to advise shareholders to keep up their confidence in it ; for, ¿hough the lodes in the immediate locality may pinch and fill, again, I hold, and have always held, that they will ultimately turn out well. THE SILVER CRESCENT. At the Silver Crescent mine I regret to have to state that there is no probability of an early start towards active operations.. The manager expressed a hope to me a week or, sp. ago that he would be in receipt of instructions from his board of directors during the few following days,. which would enable him to push along with the work of development at the property auder his charge.: .However, I am sorry to say that t...

Publication Title: Barrier Miner
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The Hospital Finances. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

T^'Hds^tai1 Finances. THIS* afternoon Mr. J. J. Williams, chairraaiy »of ¿* the ^hospitals committee, received ithè --foUbwing ftelegram, -from fML^yman^Brow^^ "Subsidy due will be paid directly information asked for on the 22nd ultimo from hospital treasurer is furnished:";* This; telegram is in. * reply .'bi 0óM*%b%n*Í^Í"-^ilü^a8- on Tuesday forwàftied'.'t^Mr^^BroTO the sorry plight of' the ' h^»pital?s' financesr was briefly set out. It is needless to say that stëpe^w^^'-ita^&'jbôi 'secure the subsidy, which : is close*-upon £3000, as ¡early as possible. And indeed it is greatly, I needed, for if~money; does not speedily come in from some quarter the work of ! the institution will'have tc? be curtailed.. '

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CHAPTER VI. SECRECY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

*SüH/ Y il mil 1 ; CHAPTER "VT. ! SECRECY. . - j Isfósei oniyl^^SayssaJtei jthis visit that Trinopoulos came to visit us.. JIe¡ had) been« absent 1 on the continent. since I last met him in attendance on. some-great'man^- I^waH 'glácíi' tb [see him,,for I,half thought,,hoping against hope! that he might be able to give* me gleam ^f^betteg; anticipation j for our. boy. When physicians cqujldi not trace tnè source qr guage tue errant of my ma^y/he^ba^ ^been ^ble^to cure me, T argued >witjhV myself,.'.^ ¡was possible-how . dimly,>: and :j.remotely possible, I knew too well-that he migntíhelp usin our trouble^iiuO d^ - It was after dinner. Yon, Vera,1' had left us", together sitting over ¡our coffee, while you went to tend jour nothing about the cfhild toThim befpréy: akd it; was left to-1 thë tÊën't» tali him; of our bitter, i gnef.j .-,¡-He .seemed surj-J pmedj:añd,.,veryí ;; sympáthetí^'j^ and followed rae upstairs.with a ígrave,look upon his face. Gently and tenderly^ he exami...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

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Barrier Miner. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1889. Culturing the Masses. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1889.   Culturing the Masses. The distinct tendency to devote much attention to the intellectual improve- ment of the laboring and artisan   classes is one of the most satisfactory and important features of the present day. Time was, and that not so very long ago, when the laborer and handi- craftsman were looked upon as beings whose only mission in life was to harden their muscles and induce the sweat to pour from their bodies in   order that their employers might be enricthed, Even the employers them-   selves, or, at least, many of them appear to have been perfectly           satisfied with their condition ; for we find that, upon several occasions when labor-saving appliances have been   introduced into the larger cities of the United Kingdom, the men have actually risen and endeavored to     &nbsp...

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Town Improvements. THE "BARRIER MINER" OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Town Improvements. THE "BARRIRR MINER" OFFICE.     A Notice in the advertising columns of   the present issue conveys the announce- ment that tenders are called for the   erection of a two-storey brick building     for the BARRIER MINER. The premises     at present occupied have been found   'totally inadequate to the immense amount of work required to be done   within them, and not a day too soon   have arrangements been made for removal   into what, judging from the plans, will be both commodious and handsome buildings. Considerable difficulty has been experienced in securing a site which would at the same time be adapted to the somewhat peculiar business of newspaper printing and publishing, and convenient for the public. Such a site has, however, been secured, the allotment selected being that in the possession of Alderman Mo...

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Death from Pneumonia. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Death from Pneumonia. IN the Broken Hill Hospital last night a young man, 20 years of age, named George Dare, died of what is termed by the medical officer "double; pneumonia." Dare is one of those miners who two or three months   ago came over from the Thames district of New Zealand under some engagement with the management of the Proprietary   mine. With the exception of a brother, he   has no relative in this part of the colonies.   The unfortunate young man is described as having been a 'great favorite amongst his fellow-workmen.

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Brutally Assaulted. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Brutally Assaulted.     SYDNEY, Thursday.     The further hearing of the charge against Ernest Buttner, the boarding house keeper who is accused of assaulting one of his lady boarders, revealed most dreadful details. The Government medical officer stated the girl, whose name is Lennox, had been violently and brutally outraged. The prisoner was committed for trial, bail being refused. The evidence showed no suspicion whatever regarding the girl's character and antecedents.

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Our Member. MR. WYMAN BROWN REPLIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 21 March 1889

Our Member. MR. WYMAN BROWN REPLIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BARRIER MINER. Sir,—Since leaving Silverton on the 26th ultimo I had not seen a copy of either the BARRIER MINER or the other Barrier paper until last night, when I re- ceived your issues of 6th and 9th instant. As to it being openly stated that I am in receipt of £600 per year from the Broken Hill Proprietary Company, I most emphatically reiterate here what I pub- licly stated when addressing the electors in the Theatre Royal at Broken Hill, that there is not one single word of truth in the statement,of any foundation whatever for it. I have never received a penny, nor do I expect to, from the company ; and, what is more, I transact none of     their Sydney business, which I believe is done by Mr. De Courcy Browne. As to the alleged political blunder I made in receiving a cheque from Mr. J. S. Reid at the Proprietary Company's office in Adelaide/ thé facts are simply as follow :—The day before I arr...

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Masonic Installations. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

Masonic Installations. ' . - ^ MBLBOUBWE, Friday. The-installation of Sir William Clarke si the Grand Master of the Grand Masonic Lodge bf Victoria, was grand and imposing. The Town Hall was packed densely with nearly three thousand brethren. Lord Carrington invested, and the Hon. S. J. Way delivered the charge* Sir W. Clarke made a brilliant speech. The banquet tendered in the evening was attended by over six hundred. Through: out the proceedings were most enthusias- tic .- ..

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Highway Robbery. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

Highway Robbery. , ,. ? ?» SYDNEY, Friday. * i_i_:_._«_ A bushranging case is reported sa hav- ing taken place near Albury. A farmer named .William Byan, it appears, had been paid by a neighbor an account for £100. While proceeding to his home he was stuck up and robbed by two men who so far have not been arrested.

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Assisting to Personate. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

Assisting to Personate. ~~ * STDKKT, Friday. Six men have been remanded"on a chargé of assisting Hawkins, who recently received eighteen months' imprisonment for personating at che Central Cumber- land parliamentary election. One other is still " wanted" by the police.

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Copper Mine Closed. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

Copper Mine Closed. ,--? SYDNEY, Friday. One hundred men will be discharged to-morrow from Mr. D. Lloyd's Burraga copper mines owing to the depression in the market for the metal.

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Victorian Elections. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

Victorian Elections, MELBOURNE. Friday. Parliamentary nominations wer© opened last evening. Mr. Wrixon, the Attorney General, is unopposed for the Portland electorate. Mr. J. L. Dow, Minister for Lands, for Kara Kara, as veil as nine other members are unopposed. The re- maining 85 seats are contested by 244 candidates.

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Travelling Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

Travelling Sheep, t . : ABOUT 5,000 sheep (Locke McIntyre in charge) arrived at Silverton: On ¡the; 21st instant, en route from Kulnine Station, Victoria, to Mundi Mandi .Station, Stirling, Hart and Co., are the owners.

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Cricket and Baseball. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

Cricket and Baseball. -« ADELAIDE, Friday. I am given to understand on the very í best authority that no Australian cricket- ing eleven will visit England to play a series of^matches this year, but that a . "teamas sure td go" next year. An~Hea has been suggested to tour through America in addition to England, playing their game with the baseball clubs of the former country. With this end in view several probable members of the te*m are . , going into active practice with the end of ^'^," attaining proficiency in the American game. '_

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CONCENTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

CONCENTRATES. i Dr. J. Oollifl Browne'i Chlorodyne " Is prepared by scores of orthodox practi- tioner*. Of coarse it would not be thus singularly popular did it not ,*- supply a want and fill a placé.' "-Medical Tunes, January 13,1886. < ; How often do the clergymen of the various denominations (save one) visit the Broken Hill Hospital 1 j Father O'Connell is down with typhoid, and Father Connelly is very unwell. j There were no less than 60 reporters present taking notes at the Hon. D., Gillies* electioneering meeting at Kew. ; It is said that at the next council meet- ing the public will be provided with adequate seating accommodation. j ¡ i The Bev. A. Keith Mackay and Alderj I man Jones were amongst those who arrived by this morning's express. - I The foundation-stone of the Dunedin Exhibition has been laid by the Governor. j Whitelaw Reid, editor of the Hew York Tribune, has been appointed United States ambassador at Paris. The editor of a journal at Charlotten; burg...

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A Child Suffocated. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

À Child Suffocated. THE infant daughter bf Mr. J. E. Hamil- ton, licensee of . the Athletic Club : Hotel, Cobalt-street, was found dead in bed by its parents at an early hour this morning. It appears that the child was not provided .with,a separate cot, but slept in the same bed 'with 'its parents. Dr; Smith, who was called in immediately on the circum- stance being known, " is of opinion that the child was overlain. Dr. Groves, the Government medical officer, .will, make an inquiry into the cause of death'and re- port to the authorities.

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Lockup Accommodation. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889

Lockup Accommodation. Tir view of the pressure which will be brought to bearon the ceUs«:ommofotion at the lock-up during the forthcoming Circuit Court sittings, two new cells are be- ing built on a similar pattern to the others. The gaol at Silverton is at present under- going repairs, and as there are only two cells available, four prisoners have been sent on here^.^eApnwne^ the Circuit Court,-about 12 in number, will ' also have to be provided for.

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