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Amateur Athletes. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Amateur Athletes. -^ ADELAIDE, Friday. A fair meeting of athletes have decided to form an Adelaide Amateur Athletic Association. In connection therewith the following role was carried :-" After this meeting any athlete competing for any athletic competition where money, is offered for prizes shall not be eligible to become a member of-this association;"
Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
j Licenses. Ai Silverton, on Thursday, before Mr. G: :H^ Gower, L.M., the license \oí ¡ WiUiam Joseph Commins, in respect of the "Exchange Hotel, Broken HUI; was transferred to John W. Frost. A hawker's license was granted to John Wallis, &lt;:. of Silverton, for the sale of goods within the district of Mitchell; and the court adjourned. ": , ; ;. ~
Professional Conduct. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Professional Conduct. --? SYDNET, Friday. ;n Monty- Browne, the well known theatrical manager, haa been fined £13 for assaulting lady and gentleman professionals. It seems that Borne dis- agreement had occurred at the Bondi Aquarium, which, it is alleged, rose from complainants slamming a door in Browne's face. He thereupon obtained a supply of custards, jam tartB, and other confection- ery, with which he pelted the complainants through a window. This latter constituted the assault which cost Monty £13.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Special Advertisements. OWEN AND 00., SHABIBBOKÍBBS ABD COMMISSION AGENTS, . 4 Carrington Chambers, ARGENT-STREET. A.. M. RICHARDS CHKHtBT AND DRUGGIST. -Argent-street, Broken Hill. Warner'» 8*fo Core, 6a. 6d bottle Pore Limejuice, quarts 3s Bno's Fruit Salt, 3a. rtf t > |% R. 8 BAB ROO K Bay be consulted at Mm..AmK3ZBo*a's GHBMIST, - - -Àrgent-street, Dailv 11 . m- to 1 P m* X p.m. - LfiQAL. T-O H N R. ' E D M A RDS «J (Of Deniliquin), T SOLICITO R, Ac. OoxaaaaioKBB rom AJTVIDAVITB, 3 Nei : Sooth.Wala« and Queensland. NiwOmoB in the Commercial Rooms, Grand Hotel, directly opposite the Court- house - - ; ,j_ Z :. : LEGAL. . : OL ARK ABD HALL, 7 ' SOLICITORS, &lt;fcc.i: -Aasay-ohainbers, Argent-street: ~ "CfALES .BROTHERS, Sharebrokers AJE ;and Mining Agents. Syndicates formed. Companies floated: ? =?^ Tl, King Wtfliam-street, Adelaide. NTHONY S. FOTHERINGHAM, - c. SHAREBROKER, ^ ROYAL EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE. -".ri -. h "_'¿_ " r. -. ' --=- - ' Member Stock :Exchange ^bf Adela...
"Working" the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
" Working" the Press. ' IN this morning's Silver Age it is announced that a' representative of I that journal yesterday, at the invita tionof Mr. Sylvester Browne, one of the' directors» visited the underground workings of the Junction mine ; and, further, that a full report upon the property would be furnished by their mining reporter in a day or two. Upon becoming aware of this, a memoran- dum was,addressed to Mr. Francis J olly or the manager pro tem of the mine, it being doubtful whether the former was at present on the Barrier. I- Tn this memorandum the intelligence contained in this morning's Age was mentioned, and the unfairness in deal- ing in a different manner with the two local journals in respect of enabling them to procure reliable reports was remarked. Following this was a re- quest that our nuning reporter should b« permitted to inspect the workings, and it was asked that a time, conveni- ent to the management for such in- spection might be named. In reply, Mr. Everar...
OUR SPECIAL SERVICE CABLEGRAMS. THE COPPER MARKET. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
OUR SPECIALSERVICE CABLEGRAMS. THE COPPER MARKET. LONDON, Thursday. . , ._ _-0 - \"' A new and powerful combination ( has been formed to acquire the stock of copper, amounting in all to 150,000 tons, at present in the hands of the French Syndicate, at a price stated to be £&5 per ton. The new syndicate will take over the old contracts on modified terms and with certain speci- fied conditions.,, &lt;AU the biggest mines have agreed to restrict the output for a lengthy period."
Block 14. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Block 14. A moat satisfactory return ia tb Hand from Block 14 this week. Both furnaces were in full blast with the following result :-I Ore treated ... 685 tons Lead produced ... 169 tons Silver ... ... 22,004 ozs. Last week 13,671 ozs. silver were pro- duced from 491 tons ore.
B.H. Proprietary. THE RECORD AGAIN BEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
B.H. Proprietary. THE RECORD AGAIN BEATEN. THK week's ran at this mine again ex- ceeds all former records. Eight furnaces were in full blast all the week sind the ninth was running for four days with the following result : r-"10re treated ... 2,664 tons ?;~~^Lead produced ... 397 tons tS^SiWer ... ... 112,823 oz. 3|Last week the mine yielded 111,573 ozs from 2625 tons of ore.
Hospital Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Hospital Démonstration. Miss KATI ALMA, the leading artiste in a dramatic company which, it is under- stood, is about to open for a short season at the Theatre Boyal,-has forwarded a subscription of £1 ls. to the hospital funds. Miss Alma in a note accompany- ing her donation modestly offers to place " what vocal ability she may possess" at the disposal l of the president and com- mittee for the opening, ceremony. The dramatic profession is eyer ready to assist deserving charities, and we have no doubt Miss Alma's genorous offer'will be gladly accepted.
Crystal-street Holdings. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
- Crystal-street Holdings. IT is understood that steps are being taken to procure tbe resumption of that portion of sections 49 and 50 which lies to the rear of certain allotments fronting Crystal street and forms a part of the Brisbane Blocks leasehold. At present the occu- pants of these allotments are muoh in- convenienced in consequence of their iuability to erect necessary outhouses. The leaseholders, on the other hand, assert that the land is indispensable to them, as a water race runs through it leading to their dam. This could, however, without much trouble be shifted back, and were that done an immense boon would be conferred on the residents alluded to, and the sanitary condition of the town would be at the same time improved. Mr. J. J. Willi a ma has been in communication with Mr. .Wyman Brown, ML. A., in refer- ence to this matter, and hopes with his assistance to haye it shortly settled.
Silverton Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Silverton Hospital. THE secretary of the Silverton Hospital desires to acknowledge the receipt of the following donations :-per Mr.. H. W. Hogg-^W. O.'Schneider, £l ls; W. OJ Young, £1 ls ; J. O'Flaherty, S% ; E.- Carlisle, 5s ; Blake, 5B ; Tin Tong, 2s 6d ; G. R Allison, £1 ls ; Hall, £1 ls ; W Webster, 10s; H. Barrett, 5s. Per R. Gibson-Manager Gipsy Girl and Pioneer, £11 4s 6d ; per J Deane Freeman Thackaringa Racing Clqh. £1 2s 6d.
Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Hospital Meeting. MB. J. J. WIIUAMS presided over a I special meeting of : the hospital committee j in the Grand -Hotel last, night. The report of the furnishing committee having been read, Mr. Christmas proposed, and Mr. McCarthy seconded-" That the report be adopted, and the necessary portions printed. Also that tenders be called for supplying the articles enume- rated therein in the Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, and local papers." Mr. Christmas urged on the committee the necessity of expediting the work as much as possible, and other members having spoken in a similar strain the motion was carried unanimously. It was resolved, on the motion of Mr. McCarthy, " That the furnishing committee add to their report for the information of the! tenderers, particulars respecting catalogues, &lt;fcc" which may be required ; the tenders to be dealt with at the next general meeting of the committee ; and that any firm might tender for a portion or the whole of the furniture." , t- . : ...
Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Athletic Club. 'ÀÎMPBÏIHG of the Broken Hill Athletic Club, held at Simpson's Wentworth Hotel last j evening, was fairly attended. Ser- geant Saunders presided. ..--The. chairman announced that he in rompany with Mr. Dave Green: had spent only one day so far in soliciting subscrip- tions in aid of the proposed forthcoming sports meeting, and during, that time had obtained £60 18s 6d from the hotel keepers to whom they had oil: that de- voted especial attention, and £1111s f rom other sources. . This announcement was received with applause. Mr. George Bowen (hon. secretary), re- ported that in company with Mr. Heine- mann he had waited upon most of the -storekeepers, and. had received cash and promises amounting to £47 6a 9d, and about £10 worth of tophies. The secretary pro tem, of the Broken Hill Hospital wrote notifying that a demonstration was being organised to commemorate the opening of the new hospital building, and asking, the club to arrange a sports-gathering in connection ...
Relief Works. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Relief Works. -, ''---- ^ SYDNEY, Friday.: i Sir Henry Parkes told the unemployed i deputation which yesterday afternoon waited upon him that the Government ! ware at the present time discussing a scheme of public works, which, if carried ¡through, would employ 2000 men. These i works,* he promised, would be put in hand as soon an possible. The definite inten- tions of the Government in this matter would, however, be made known in a day drtwb. :'
Our Member. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Miner — 22 March 1889
Our Member. ; br a communication received by Mr. J. J. Williams from Mr. Wyman - Brown, M. L. A., the member for Sturt expresses his intention of addressing the House shortly after it meets on the requirements of the district. Referring to the appoint- ment of a police magistrate for this town Mr. Brown states that he had heard it whispered that it was not the intention of . the Goyerunent to make any alteration in the existing state of affairs for the present. Mr. Brown will make this matter his special care, as he is .perfectly alive to the necessity for tile appointment of a special police magistrate for Broken Hill alone, ' .'.: