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PLENTY OF GOOD MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

PLENTY OF C0OD MINERS. ' Sir.— T*thought the cry of ''not suflir cient skilled miners' was about played out. Yet, in your insiie of yesterday, 1 note 'Block' reports 'that certain work was delayed through not having skilled miners. As 11 matter of plain fact, if they will offer men a fair rate they can get the work done. In this particular case, it is 11 rise up flii feet, and miners expect miller such conditions that there is only 11 lulu skin between them and lladen. Let the management oiler fair money for working in sucIl a sweat-box, ; and they will Iind no difficulty in obtain ing good men. , l 'Men will not leave stopes* which arc, in compaiison, comfortable, and wheie wagesaie, as a rule, bettor. / The Illinois sof Broken Hill aie. equal to those of any pai t of the world. The very fact that the managers have made a reduction in tho price of treaty, 'one of 2/3%. per ton, while still maintaining a wage of r .slightly over 12/, indicates that they 11111st have thoiough good Il...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. HUBBER EXPLAINS HIS POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

MR: HUBBER EXPLAINS HIS POSITION. ' Sir, — One would think on rending the repoit of the Fight llouis' Committee' meeting, in, your yesleidny's Nsue, that theio'had boon some difficulty in gelling fiom-me icccipls for i~-/, in connection with the b.ill committee. As a mallei of fact, I gave the receipts' (o the secie tai.v last Tuesday week, bill as^liu lias evidently mislaid them, I have to day ob tained duplicities, which 1 will pioduce when lequne'd. Seeietaiies might be inoin /cm of ul when lumliiig iejmils^tox the pie-s. or lalscjmp'ie^siiin is given (o icadeis.— 1 am. etc.. ' — x JOS 'IIUBltKH. ' , Sec? Ball Committee.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUNCTION NORTH [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

, s ' J UNCTION TNORTH. The following leport has been fiunish od by /tho1 management : — Au No. 10 level tho No. 17 winss has been idlo, ponding better airangementb for keeping back tho water. The drive timber sots at south end of No. 10 level are being' set up. In No. 11 lovel tho North main drive advanced ]0V« feet. The ore assayed 14.6 per cent lead, 9.7oz. silver, 10.8 per cent zinc. The total lengh of tho south main drive advanced 20 „ feet not th, assaying 16.3 per cent lbad, 11. 0o.i. silver, 8.1 iier cent zinc. Tho total longth ol tho south diivo is 138 feet. Stoping is proceeding on the usual lino. No. 9 level is producing much smaller tonnages (2:)S tons assaying 14.8 por cent lead, 10.4ok. silver, 9.7 per cent zinc.) The northern slopes are now being worked with squaie set tiinber i»K- .No. 10 leyel ])ioduccd 1303 tons assay ing 14.. 2 load, 11.5oz. silver, and 10.0 per cent zinc. The hanging wall sill stope has been taken to the noilhsrn boundary. No. 11 level, tho tonna...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WHIRLIGIG. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

THE WHIRLIGIG. -y ? (Hy 'GILROONIOW') 'I'lieso are tlio tho'ughts I havo to toll, And, whether thoy'te lal.so or true, In idlo mirth for what they're wottU I'vo written them down foi you... Broken Hill has got tho ' blues.' A war loud is hanging over Europe. It will burst olio of thoso days, and somebody who happens to bo standing beneath will bo getting hurt . » ♦ « . i 1 Tho.N.P.U. seems to bo oaiufoi tably and eternally dead. Its iotmatiou ic calls tho caso of the small boy' who chopped a worm in two. ' Why did you do that y' asked his mother. 'Be- cause,' ho answered, ' I thought ho wouldn't be so lonely if there was two of him.' Moral : LonoiomenoKs is strength. ' * *?.?,#:?##. George Uoid, ot tho Yes and tho No, is no doubt keenly disappointed at liis £_?! ? a_ __i_i_ ji._ n: ? f *_.t. ? .. t ? -luiiuiv L^uutcji tno oiieuiiur s eye.wueii tho moment camo' for tho moving of the :voto of no-confidonco in' tho Dcakin Ministry. But the fact of the matter is Australia is tiled of ha...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

' SOUTH EXTENDED. ' Tho following lepoit, dated yestot day, .las been supplied by the management : — Operations undcrgioitiid aio confined to sinking now mam shall, which lias attained a depth of nearly GOO feet. This work will bo continued until the end of November, when n cross-cut eastwards lor'tho purpose of taking up U11U- n (liyf IllKl' lUOLIII^ U1IV JUUU II 111 UU commenced. - Tho last 200 feet sunk in the shaft has proved tho ' country' lo bo highly mineralised by pyrito of copper and uon and zinc blende. Several bands of quaitz and mica .permeated with silver lend ore, and , traversing the country in a north-west and south-east diiection, bavo also been cncountcied. At pie scnt thc.giound in tli'e bottom of tho shaft consists of a dark micaceous schist and va vein 4 feet thick of vitieous quartz and lead-stnined mica. . 'Much w ater, about 50,000 gallons per day, is making in 'tho shaft, and is be ing' kept under by two small 3-inch livan's Cornish' ihunps, driven by com-, ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Police Court. FRIDAY.—Before Mr. J. McKensey, S.M. ALLEGED ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

The Police Court. ? » — UUDA} — Ilefoic Mi ) ^lelvensey, S At \li Hill) ASSUjM CAS1 1^ \le\andei Brown was etuu{,ed -vith baving ahsaultcd Iota Sirigli, a Hindu, in ^idncsdav night 111 Argent btreet The 111101 nintion set put 1 tut the accu «d stiuol ». heivv blow 011 the Hindus luad ciiuMng n wound which nti csttated :ioulnieut at the Hospital uud vdueh it HiiredisiviiHl 'titeluh The Hindinvas jrctitt m tin «mnt ami Ins head vias jnnclnged. Air. U. ioiDes noted ? lor uic ui-iciil-u, whilst Mr Tust 11 MeCiithj acted for Tola Singh. After heainv l go°l dt il of cvuleiiLC the S M ojU tlir 1 \«c \ uulu bo (hsm ssid without eojts Uic evidence that had Ijecn given was, in his opinion, nothing init'n.' lot of li««. There was ;not a bit if truth in any of the witness's state urnt-i ' ?'.'?.' ' .??'

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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BARRIER WELSHMEN MEETING. Discuss the formation of a Cambrian Society. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

BARRIER WELSHMEN MEETING. Discuss the formation of a Cambrian Society. An onUinsinstic meeting of Welshmen and Welsh descJiulenU was held in the tr.ailos Hall last evening, 'Mr. W. ,]. Hughes occupying the cituir.\ ' Tlio first biiaincss of the meeting was tho. fixing up of t'ho business in' connec- tion with the entertainment by . local Welshmen of the Royal Welsh 'Male Choir. ' The secretary (Mr. .1. V. S. Vrobert) announced that IS/ was still owing, and this' amount w.is quickly -subscribed in the room. He rend a statement showing tho innnner in which the inomheis,of the choir had been treated by the committee, Milnrtiiincd by Mr. Lewis peisoniilly, and shown over the mines, .the- convent, and ntlier local institutions. Thanks weie due to 'Mr. .Lewis for the good work he had done. A hearty vole of thanks was passed to Mr. Lewis, who was also presented with a handsome book of views .of Broken Hill (appropriately inscribed). Air. Lewis suitably responded; Mr. Jones stated that he h...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INQUEST ON BABY'S BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

INQUEST ON BABY*S BODY. ♦ ? At the Court House ycstciday after noon, the Coroner (Mr. T. Hall) held 'in inquest on the dead body of the child found in Piper Lane, .South Broken Hills on Thursday. - ' ,„? : Sergeant Mann, of .South Broken Hill, said that at about !) o'clock on Thursday morning lie Went to Piper Lane, ana saw the dead body ol u lemaieiniant. .; .xne body appeared to have been dead for some time. It was wiapped in an old flannel ette blouse. So far as he could see theie were no external marks of violence. The child had the appeal ance of veiy recent birth, and he brought the body to the Central Police Station, where a post-mor-. tern examination was made by Dr. Home. Mr. Hall : Are Ihoir a large jinmher of houses in the neighborhood '! ?Witness : Yes. Witness, continuing, said there ; ?were tlire'c or four men who eiiine on the scene v'hen he was there. D'rv- Alexander Home stated that lie went to the C'enlial Police Station to hold a post'moitem examination on the bod...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]ndignation Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

indignation Meeting. An lndignitiou meeting will be hela in the Central Rebtive to morrow (feundnj ) if teriioon. It is sure, to bo largely at ;ended. because several addresses Will b« lobveied bv prominent speakers, in eon ilemnation of tha ..utterances recently made in the. State Parliament by Mesnrs. HcGowen, Beeby, and O'Sullivsn. Every miiouift on the Barrier should make an inileavor to be present,

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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AN ANGRY MEETING. A President of Chamber of Commerce Resigns Because a Foolish Resolution is Carried. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

m A^ORY MEETSNQ. ? A ? 11 '? ^ ? A President of Chamber of Commerce Resigns Because a Foolish Resolution is Carried. A low whieh - uliiiinited in the lesig nation of the President was what oceur red at the ordinal v monthly meeting ot the Chimbci of Commerce, on Thuisda.} Right The meeting w.is attended bj tvientv Qine members, but onlv nineteen lemuin ed wheu\iv motion —which vvas equal 1.0 1 rvirvt 1*111 /if iiii-r*nn lit?itnc-ri~li*tt a ' fini't'iml , Mr A B Wood, the papular Piesident, in Ins official eapacitj, hvd wired to Pre mic' Wacie protesting against his unjust il able action 111 He-nchng fiftj police to this law abiding city Some of tho mcmbeis w'cre not in favoi of Mr Woods' wise and timely telegram Altei .111 aeiimonious discussion, it was moved that Mr Wood be asksd to write to Mi Wade slating that the telegram »eut was not ofiicial Tins motion was earned bj 10 votos to » A scene of confusion then ensued The discussion was so noisy and disorderh thut un alderman atten...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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CENTRAL MINE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

CENTRAL MINE ACCIDENT. A man namcil .1. Clarke, 28 years 3f age, employed at the Central Mini-, was taken to the Hospital in the Ambul nice, at fl.'SS o'clock hist night, fiuH'oriiig from n cnnbcil tor, caused by a falling ?ocU. I

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME PIRIE HISTORY. Mr J. G. Shinnick Chats About Experiences Here and at Port Pirie. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

SOME PIE HISTORY. Mr I. G. Shinnick Chats About Experiences Here and at Port Pirie. ??-,???, ? F-ome men will never get tlioir ihr tenaid 111 this woild Of these Big Jack Shinniek, the delegate lately on the Bar ner, repiesenting the Port Pirie A.M.A is one. In the lonrso of a chat with Mr I. G.~Sliinmck, a representativie of 'Bar! 1 icr. Daily Ti uth ' obtained some facts with legard to the progress of tue woikmgcKss movement in Port Pine ' What led you to leave tho Barrier V Mas the fust quoij ' '? 'Well.' was the reply, -i about -flic ) ears ago I prneticallj took the huff at the treatment 1 had received, and left for Poit Pine, vowing that f would drop tlio movement for the future. I had not gone far, however, when I began to feel sorrv for my hasty action, for a man must eji pect sacrifice in our movement. When I reached Pirie, a general election was tak ing place, and I found myself battling and barracking for our fellows, though 7 did not know one of them. They wonupr ed who ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. HA[?]E'S TENT LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

MR. HAflE'STENT LECTURES. ? One of the im.-st interesting of Mr. Hate's lectures in Mouth Bioken Jlill ha-j 'been tnat in which he discussed the elloct of alcohol on the biaiil. It had been aioei luiiicd, he s.ud, tliat alcohol had been disco\eicd by an Arabian chemist m the UiiiteenlU cent ury! It was then called 'The Water r.r Life,' but it was lwilly a poison thnt Mature did not Riippiy aim tumu ii^ tolerate, if you wished to pieseive a dead man, put him in alcohol; but if you desired to kill u lne man, put the iilco iiol into him. ? Tho human body was described as 11k* most marvellous machine known to Mian. Over 200 bones constituted its framcwcic, 500 inu'ilf-. supplied its working J«'«'i ''»l shaped its feature*. Tne I-'-''' / fiutsuiiwl 1,200,00 ncivx- (elN, 'I ho llinjfj possessed «n mi hiuface of 7,000,000 pores that, il put together, would make a little canal iS miles Ion-: The human heart, beat over 100.000 beni* each day, and in that work lifteii 120 tons in weight. Eigh...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.M.A. BALLOT. MESSRS. ROSS, ROSSER, AND "UNIONIST" ANSWER MESSRS. ROWE AND ROBERTS. (To Editor of "Barrier Daily Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

AiA BALLOT; MESSRS. ROSS, ROSSER, AND 'UNIONIST' ANSWER MESSRS. ROWE AND ROBERTS. (To Editor of 'Jlanier Daily Tiutli.') Sir, — It should be quito clear to A.M. A members that m spanking of Arbitration wo mean a legal enactment designed to- prevent 'industrial trouble;' and, bceauso ordained by capi talism, in tho interests ot capitalism. Between this, and Mr. Ilowc's cases,' and also tho present Conference, thoie is a difforonco as wide as. thu nolcs' lho Industrial Disputes Act is a legisla tive mcasuiG, backed by ioico, uphold ing Arbitration. Unionists nro tiying to smash it lieeuusu it is eoerci\e tyrannous, and dangerous. My paint is that arbitration under Federal aus pices is oven uioro of a inenncc. It is further awtiy^ less diiect. In Amorica, tho Federal Couits aie much tho stronger machines ot tho Plutocracy than the State institution. Whatever may bo said for Federal Ar bitration, behind it — grimly defensive ot tho interests of the ruling class stands tho High Court, to...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. NULTY SUPPORTS REGISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

MR, NULTY SUPPORTS REGISTRA ' TION. Sir.-— T have i cad, ?with some interest the ai tides, letteis,' etc., thai, have np pe.ucd in the '?Barrier Daily Truth,' and I 'am lather surprised at homo of your concii: indents stating that the Federal Arbitration Act is no better than Wade's .Industrial JDinputeb Act— or, rather, his rinnrpinn Art. L Fiom the introduction and passing in to law, Wade's Act has been 'strenuously fought by the unionists all over, the btale; because they believed its) mission was to ciush tiades unions. 'This belief was caused by tho fact that in every clauscof the Act prefeieneo wns given to the non-unionist, and ^because the penal clauses weie .so. lopsided and im just that no unionist could' submit him self to be placed 'under them. A*s for the Federal Act, it m,iy not be all we dcsiio; but there is n Vast dillcr ence in tho two. Jn tho Jlrst place (which-is all-inipoitant to us), the for mer only recognises unions, (nnd, in the second place, the penal clause...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

STRAY UOTES. ? « ? (By Jlcanderer.) The Silver City be.us the unenviable tcputaliun of being u most unhealthy spot. One has only to lake a walk in Argent 'Sti cot on n Saturdsiy night to give this slotonient the lie direct. J^ook at the majority of tho nsing generation. Where will you llnd u healthier or sturdier-lookiiiK lot? Our coming wo men, taken on the whole, are an eye opener to those who seem to lake - a (iendish dclight'.in running down our fair city und us inhabitants. And the wee -braw laddies — they area credit/ to their parents. .Go to the change-house it the Big Mine, ye snivelleis.at Bioken Hill^and its .people,' anel 1 will ? bet thprc 'you will got a shock as your eyes ga/.e on the almost perfect forms of manliness who aie getting into their working' duels preparatory to going below to earn divi dends for tho wasteis who sit idly at .uisurc, the meanwhile eleciying the on ver City and its neonle. Xo; 1 will not hear n word against our town anel its inhabitants. x Xo...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FENCING FOR A WAGER [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

FENCING FOR A WACER. , A fencing ceintest at, Cooiunnblc (X.S.W.) between T. Bartletl .ind A. R. Pulsford, for n. purse of .C10. has le sullcd in ,i win for the latter. Tho con ditions' were for the gicatesl number of posts Mink, in 22in. in the ground in -a day's work.. ? 'After1 ' tho ^contest , liael lasted 3,j minutes Baitlett threw up the, sponge. In that lime Pulsford put in -27* posts and1- -Bart Jolt ? 25. 1 ulsfoiei's achievement is believed to be a iccoidfoi the SUtes. ^ . '

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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ANOTHER CO-OPERATIVE VENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

ANOTHER CO-OPERATIVE VEN TURE. The Carters' and Drivers' Union of Adelaide have formed a Co-operative Carrying Company. They started some of their memuers.in this business rather than call all their men out on strike. The company has now been formed into Carrying Co., Ltd., and it appeals to all unionists lor support. Workers trav elling from tho 'Barrier will do well to bear this woi king-class organisation in mind when ? they ' want their luggage looked after at the Adelaide lailway station. /Hie Co. hopes eooh to have a' branch on the -Barrier. Orders can be aeldrcssed care of Blundell, Trades Hall, Adelaide.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

SOUTH BRANCH A.M. A. The South Branch A.M.A. hold its gen eial meeting on Sunday, the piusidcnt (Mr. W. D. Diiscoll) being in the chair, lleports weie leceived 'fiom the Eight Hour Committee, the Jl.D.A.P.L L., and the W. Maloney anel W. Dailies benefit committees.

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THE CAMEL NUISANCE. GARDENS EATEN UP AND NIGHT MADE HIDEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

^ THE CAMEL NUISANCE. . ? ? ? « ? GARDENS EATEN UP AND NIGHT - MADE HIDEOUS. 1 Sir. — Many thanks to Mr. » lseinnn, our Sanitaiy Inspector, for his. valuable information bow to prevent fever, for -I anijSUie he must have the good health of the people at heart. ~ But t wish to tell Mr Wisemnn if he expects the householeleis to kti'o their premises clean he ?should likewise do his part uy making an elloit to conipsl the '(.Sans to Keep their camels oil' people's property, and not let them ? stray on everybody's premises eating up iTO'y Miiug. iieo and shrub, that took pi-rhaps years' of caio to cultivate, and to bu eaten or pulled up stick and. Mom, in one night. Then, again, open your windows these clo«e and sultry nights lor a liltle tiesh air; what do you get? Fiesh air, .sill right, straight off tho camel! I am ie fqrring to Uiat part of the town noilh of Morgan anel Oxide Streets. It ia something nisgraceful how these'eann-is are allowed to wander about anel destioy overythingr. ...

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