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ENGINEERING EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
-.ENGINEERING EXAMINATIONS. On. Friday 'tho examination for stu donts .in connection with oidinary stoam engines and winding ' engines ivas held at tho .Technical College. Thoro.woro twolvo entries in this divi sion. To-morrow (Tuesday) tlio ex-' animation for certificates in motor driving will ho held and for this there aro 34 entries. Tho papers ni-o sent to Sydney to ? bo examined, and con sequently tlio results will not be mado known for a month or six weeks.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
BU81NKSS NOTICES. :: I DO YOU ENOW WHY ' I LA11BST m LEADING IRONMONGERS. |||||l ^ BECAUSE WE are BANG UP-TO-DATE'. The result being YOU CAN ^ItW^iiif ? PROCURE everything, a well-appointed Ironmongery Establishment should M\ ' *w^^^ supply. We have BUIIvDINg' MATERIALS of every description. You £f' ^^^^^^^^A ? wil1 be auiPlv repaid if you get our prices before purchasing elsewhere ^||ra SUPPLY YOU WITH 'GUNS AND AMMUNITION. ALSO ICE CHESTS, 'I.C.' FREEZERS,- CANVAS WATER COOLERS AND FILTERS, FLY W[RE, SCREEN DOORS AND,, WINDOWS. GARDEN HOSE AND EVERY OTHER REQUISITE FOR THE SUMMER. We are now unpacking a FINE ASSORTMENT qt HOUSEHOLD CROCKERY AND .GLASSWARE. Prices are Bedrock. .'Inspection Invited. - —TRUTH WILL EVER PREVAIL.— ? TRY THE Transvaal Tobacco, ? AT GUFFY BROS., - ' ' 6d an Ounce. C.3Q7twf : 31 * FOR Where you get the Best Assortment of flATvS1, $ifIRTS, TIEvS, &c., in the Town. Prices Low. Tfae Quality Good. The' TrutK. Address— ARGENT STREET,' Next Smart's Furn...
JUNCTION NORTH CHECKWEIGHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
JUNCTION .NORTH CHECK VVEICHERS. A largoly-attonded mooting of 'Junc- tion 'North Chcekwcighoi s was held at tho Trades Hall yesterday afternoon, Itr. T. H. Hogon presiding. Tho fol lowing ^ero appointed officers: — Presi- dent, T. II. liogau -, treasurer, - — . Willoiighby ; vice-president, J. Eng lish ; secretary, T. C. Roberts ; com mittee, W. E. -Martin, J. Reynolds. J. F. Scott, J. Ilalligan, and T. Tupper. It was agreed that, an advertise ment bo pufc in tho ''Harrier bailv Truth' notifying all 'defaulleis i'o choekweighers' fees that same must bo paid. Failing to do this their names bo posted up and legal proceedings taken ; also, tha't, i ho Kxcuutivo Com mitteo approach tho manager next Thursday re deducting chi-ckweighcrs' money through the office, and that a petition bo signed byv all tho nion to bo presented fo tho manager asking him to grant tho committee's request. A motion was also carried that a re commendation bo sent to tho A.M..A. to discuss tho question of better...
ACCIDENT AT BLOCK 10. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
- ACCIDENT AT BLOCK 10. At 2.30 p.m. yesterday tho ambul ance received a call from tho Block 10 Mine, where it wns found that a miner named' S. Reynolds, married, a:id liv ing in Railway ? Town, Ita'd -received. in- juries to his head and arms, through somo earth falling upon him. Rey nolds was passing n c.luito underground at- lilocK -U), when some loose earth camo away and fell on him, badly cut ting his head and arms. Ho was at tended by Dr. Hains, and afterwards removed to tho hospital. It is feared that tho unfortunnto mail will havo to have two oi' his fingers amputated.
ACCIDENT IN CENTRAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
ACCIDENT IN CENTRAL PARK. At tho Central Reserve last niglit,: two boys, Victor Mackio and Charles Norman woro indulging in sonic games. Through not watching where they woro running they went against a barbed wire fence, with the result that they woro cut about tho hips and face. Nor man was tlio mo.ro unfortunate, his top lip being cut ko badly that it neces sitated tlirco stitches.
NEWS AND NOTES. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
[?] The Weather. Yesterday was another ofjiroken Hill's most oppressive days, the toiling mercury climbing to. 101 degrees. ' A northwest erly wind blew for the greater part of the day, but llicie was \eiy liLlle dust. Sat unlay was close and muggy, tho max imum temperature being IK! nmUtlic mini mum GS degrees. The postmaster (Mr. I. U. Holding) advises that the luial bar 'imcter is low and falling, and ihul :i inou woiinl change is approaching from the north-west, but whether ol a pleasant or unpleasant character it in dillicult to say. The tenipenitnte remained high during the whole of last night, and about 10 o'clock \vu had us bud n dustHloim 'ns- weJiave su/l'orqd from* for a long while. The Council' Meeting. *' At. to-morrow night,'* meeting -of the Council, the Finance ''Commiuee will le commend that out of the 20 applications received for the position of Sanitary Ledger Keeper, the appointment whould be given to one of the five named — J. P. McUrnlh, J. Vance. ,W. «. Brown,...
The Police Court. SATURDAY—Before Mr. J. McKensey, S.M. INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
The Police Court. SATURDAY— Before Mr. J. McKorisey, S.M. LVDECEXT LANGUAGE.. A first ? '.Offender; living in' Chloride Streot, and a miner by occupation, was charged with having used indecent lan guage in Argent Street, on tho 13tli in stunt. The. accused' was. 30 years of age'l and of very respectable appearance. It appears that he was slight!}' under the inlluence' of liquor at the lime of the of fouco,' and was' arrested by' Constables Trotter and Atkinson. A fine of £2 or 14 days' hard labor was imposed, one day being allowed in which to pay.
RIOTIOUS BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
RIOTIOUS BEHAVIOUR. A young man. 22 years of age, and a fitter by trade, was charged with having behaved riotiously in Argent Street, just after midnight on' Friday. , Constable TnJtter gave evidence to the effect that accused was found fighting, iiud was perfectly sober at the time. ' In reply to' thoS.M., defendant said that he was on Ids 'way homo at the time he was arrested. He was fined .'is.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. -- SHIPWRECK ! Many a good boat has auiuc through a leak. Have your work attended to by ? ' : - Teagise and Son, , ' -EXPERT PLUMBERS ONLY EMPLOYED IN ALL 'BRANCHES, ? . BATHS A.,j BATH HEATERS. SKYLIGHTS. ICECnESTS ! our Speciality. -%?; ARGENT STREET, next Seppelt and Son. . ' ; - 307THS335. iMoiaday's Draw, SOS. jj J. JONES' DIVIDEND BOOT SHOP.' 3 75, ARGENT STREET. j GIVEN AWAY IN BOOTS WEEKLY, ios 6d. | Barrier Co~epsralsve Society,' III, The Workers' Store.. TOTAL PROFITS DISTRIBUTED SINCE JANUARY, 1902, £9026 14s.'9d. ? ?- . . ? ? ?- £9000 RETURNED TO THE POCKETS 03? THE WORKERS ! ? £9000 WITHHELD PROM TEE MIDDLEMAN ! --?..-.Have. yon-participated in that £9000 ? If not, why not ? You can join for.the sum-of 3s. .9d. ' ., ; - . , i WE. CAN, SUPPLY YOU WITn GROCERIES, DRAPERY, BOOTS OP TI1E BEST QUALITY AND AT A FAIR PRICE. ,;We .wil iusure your house and furniture if -you so. desire it. : REMEMBER, CO-OPERATION IS AN EFFECTIVE PART OF. IN DUSTRIAL UNIONISM A...
NEW STEAM FIRE ENGINE. For the Broken Hill Fire Station. To be Delivered Early in January. UP-TO-DATE FIRE-FIGHTING APPLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
' ' MEW STEAM FI1E ENGINE. For; . the ^ Broken Hill Fire Station. To be Bdiwrel Early m Jaatsar.y0 UP-TO-DATE FIRE-FIGHTING APPLIANCE. The fire-fighting appliances at tlio Broken Hill Fire Station will shortly he reinforced with an up-to-date 'Double Vertical' steam fire engine. Tho engine, of which the accompanying photograph is a faithful representation, liat been built under the supervision of the Enginecr-in-Chief of tho AgentGcn eral's Department in London. It is of the very latest pattern, and of the same type as the last 16 engines supplied to the London and Metropolitan iire Brigades. It is capable of delivering from 2fi0 to 300 gallons per minute, through a l-/3 inch nozzle, and, in the event of any of our large buildings or other structures taking fire, wnl bo invaluable. Although two engines are better than one, it does not necessarily follow that the Brigade has sufficient pumping power, oven with this new engine, to do all that is desirable. But it goes a longj way towa...
CELEBRATION OF POPE'S JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
I CELEBRATION OF POPE'S I JUBILEE. '.'Yesterday was the anniversary) of. thB Pope's ascension to he Pontifical throne. In all the Catholic world celebrations by special services: and masses aro vusually: held. The. celebration in- Broken Hill will take place, bn: next . Sunday, when mass will bo celebrated at *11 o'clock in the 'lnorninir. - after whieh^there , will be an exposition of the, Blessed Saeraincnt: In the afternoon there will be a procession of all the various Sodalitius, the Hiber nian- Societies, and' the orderoftiie. Chil dren of, Mary. Tlio procession will Btarfc from' the schoolyard, in Mica Street, at 3 p.m.,' and march to the Cathedral, where special.-'servifes' .will be held. ? . -'The various orders represented in the |. procession will-.be, attired in their' re galia. ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
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EN ROUTE TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
- ? Eil ROUTE TO QUEENSLAND. . Mr. fosvili Hughes, who is bound1 in Tambo (Queensland), left -Broken lii;l I , by- the Adelaide e.cprcss on Sunday night Tambo . is some 3000 miles fr i.u -tin .Barrier . (north of Rockhampton), . and J upon arrival. thcic-Mr. Hilghes^wil! tai:e I chaigc of ;. iv'i av'esian ?: wate.* Iiurln; I plant.: Dur.ng, his residenc-3 heri Vi Hughes .has - j.'eu well known :u wtlili'ti'1 and other si o-ting cird m, t prit: the. League of Wliielmeii a tAdnhetli League. He has been : 'father' of - tln . League .-of. Wheelmen for- .about ninr years, and for ten years was' closely identified with the Athletic League. He was also , well known in ..connection with football, having been for a number of years goal umpire for;;. tho Barker Ranges Football Association. In.' Labor unionist - . mailers, ? Mr. Hughes has ta^en an equally prominent part, and - lias been President of the Eight iiours' Committee; , i-iuring the past- twelve montus jie has .been ± rustee of the ...
ABDULLAH'S ARABS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
;/ ASDUiiLAU'S ARABS. -There was another crowded, and en thusiastic houso:last night at tho. Cry stal .Theatro ? to', witness tho second por fo'rmauoo of tho Arabs- and Messrs. Bayers..- and Cromer's All Star .Artists. In order to meet tho:wiBhos of 'many who aro aftonioon ohift,' and. desire , to eoa tho marvollous trbupo of Abdullah's Arabs, -Mr. -Bert Sayors', has . iiiado,' ar- rangements' to put on their - act iat' 3 o'clock, at to-day's matin.eo, so- that tlioso dosirous can view tho act ' and go on to work. - Special arrangements aro also being mado for tho littlo ones. Tho public aro also notified 'that to-night tho Arabs will appear at ten minutes past 8 in'stoad of later in tho ovening.