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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
' PEDESTRIAN ISM. 'j ;-,lAu . Englishn scribe;/' writes'.- IhuslytT-' 'Pobtlo' is ;a;couplc of-1. inches'- taller . than- . DayJ^he is .25 years of 'age, : unmarried and'.ono of/tlfo-:,best /behaved yQiiiig: fel lows ono, could come aeros^j he lias mado heaps of liionoy: at the sport,- and intends to' look -after it— -but singularly, .enough 'he;does;uot stride as ;far-as'the English riinnors; . .-He-'lias n very' quick and prct ty.- uclion, ;howovcr, and :compI-vtes his stride ninoli ? faster ,'tlinn any oilier run-.| ner,1 one- caii i call- to mehiorj''' 1 I jPostl'o, put .up a record for SO yards i on the Bollou . Crielipt Ground, England,' rccenlly, whcn, Htarting from scratch, he epneeded. Eastman' 1 yard start, B. R. Diiy ' 1 Vi ynrds,' and 4'/a yards to his trainer, Todd, /(.'citing away well to gether, ,1'ostle took the lead about 15 yards from i the tape, and won by two yards from Eastman, with Todd third, and. Day last, lie covered the distance ill. the record lime of 7''/...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
j ' BOXINC. ? i Sporting circlcs in Now / York are pointing out that English riders,' having adopted American methods of riding, English boxers aro now copying Ampri can methods of fighting. The styles 'of- fighting employed by Owen Mornn, while in America, were almost the opposito~of those used when English fighters' have met American opponents in the past. The Englishmen, it is commented, gencrully.l show a preferenco ' for standing l up straight . in - the- old-stylo' fnshion' of tho prize-ring, ' while the / .Americans alwnys assumed' tho crouch;- Jloran;,. -awhile in, Amcrica, always doublcdiup- nnd iissunv-' ed a . bulldog-like postiue. Papke, the American middleweight, who just recently gave Stanley' Kctcliell tho hiding of bis 'life, has entered iii-; to a compact with 'Battling' JCoIbou, the world's champion, lightweight, not to light black men. According lo an American exchange, ox-boilernmkor Jim Jell'ries thinks tluw Kuril* will beat Johnson. lie scales that Burns has ne...
SOUTH MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
SOUTH MINE. Tho .following report for week ended November 14, 1908, ha» boon suppliod by tlLo managomont : — Wirizo. 525ft. Level, Scction B3. — Sunk 9ft., total 55ft. Tlio bottom con tinues in- mullock. Winzo '725ft-. ' Level, Section Ho. — Sunk. :4ft., total 4ft. The_ bottom i» in good grado ore. Riks. 725ft; Lovol| Section 1)1.— Risen 15ft. 6in., total 40ft. Tho back is in minoralisod ground. Riso'82oft. Level, Section B5. — Bison 5ft., total 24ft. Tlio riso_ is in good grado oro,' and will moot tlio winzo com ing dpwn from tlio level above. Nortli.' Drive 825ft. Level, Section D2. — Strippod 10ft. Gin., total 93ft. 6in. . West Crosscut, '825ft. Level, Section D3. — Driven 9ft., total 135ft. Gin. Despatches to. Port Pirie. — 1,379 tons not weight.'' - ? Now Mill.— Good progress is being being made1 with the completion of. tho fourth section. Very promising copper sarfiplos have boen brought, into Broken .Hill -. from: Purnamoota. . Some of the old silver lead shows aro also being...
CARMICHEAL-BRADFORD PROCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
CARM1CHEAL-BRADFORD PRO- - CESS. ? . '.-Yoaterday a noatly got-up and woll Jlustrated pamphlet reached tlio .'Bar- . .101. Daily Truth' offico from the diroc . vors of tho Carmiehoftl- Bradford Desul phurising Process, doscnptivo of tlu i-noooss. It is eliock full of tho. informs ?ion necessary concerninir the treatment ippliancps used, and results obtained md tlio inforiuaion is in a. compac orm. Tlio circular claims that th Oarmiohaol-Bradford process, economi , sally offccts tlio rapid arid thorough d- | ?ulphurisiiig of sulphide oros,-nnd cor t vorts tho same into a suitable physioa ' condition for ameltinc. - - ? ? It consists of the admixture of gj'psun. with tho oro to bo treated, :uid the'ap ' plication of an induced -e..::ont' of ai. oliargowith straw shavings, or tlio. lit iftor tho ignition of portion of ' the . flimsy oombustiblos. ? Tho theory in explanation of this' ad vauco in tlio dosulphurisat/ion of niiJ phido ores is interesting ; and novel. flio heat which i3 l'u...
LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
h LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN - !. A special meeting- of the Barrier Branch of .the .-League of Wheelmen : was held atvtlio Wentworth '-Hotel '.last, night, Mr. Gv- Hunter presiding. The chairman- an nounced tho reason . for calling the meet-. ing,faml ?a.sicc'fl the referee' for.his deeisr ion- ro. Woof's appeal.. l . i ?'Tho - referee reported1 sending- his'docis- i ion- to the seei'etary, who m turn report ed- -it to the --meeting.- It was dccided that the appeal bv Woof was; not m order, -according to the rules, because it had not gone through ; the . secretary's hands. . i ? It was further decided that m , the svent of-.-Woof appealing' again, tliiB League, should remove ;his\'disqualifica ,'ion. ..' , ? . -?' ? ' ... It was agreed to appoint an_ appeal ommittee of five to deal with 'matters, iiul /Messrs. T. Thomas, N. Coates, O.; '.ladestock, W. J.- Biggs, and H; Valentine - rere appointed.- - .'Messrs. - ICnight- and Maekiuley . were ?'ppointed scrutineers for the -evening, .'?'he.'....
CRICKETERS' SMOKE SOCIAL. MEMBERS OF THE BROKEN HILL ASSOCIATION ENJOY THEMSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
CRICKETERS' SMOKE SOCIAL. . I MEMBERS OF TI-1E BROKEN MILL ASSOCIATION ENJOY THEM SELVES. At the Trades Hull last night the an nual smoke social, organised by f tlio - Broken Hill ' Cricket Association,- .' was held. The social is always-held for. the purpose ot presenting, trophies to , the most successful^: batsman and. bowler ill the Association. - . : . Jlr. Ju; G. Colebatch oeupied the chair, and presided over a- large-attendance.-. . The -toast of , 'The King' haying been honored. ? .... . - . ' : . ' - ; .- ? ?? - Mr.; S. ^yeilington, on ' behalf of .the Barrier:; Bangcs] Cricket Association, pro posed the toast : of the -Woken -Hill Ci icket - Association, 'V and -in? doiiig 'so stated that ;niost of those 'present , that night '? were , aware tlmt the. Association hail' -been - formed very' 'iiiaiiy years ago. It was then known as .tiic^Brokeh -Ilill Junior .Association. Since tlieii it had made rapid Bteps in the way of pro gress,, and. had now- -become known as tho ' Brok...
"SCOTTY THE RAMBLER" WRITES AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
'SCOTTY THE RAMBLER' WP.'TES B AGAIN. H Sir, — In reply to your coriespondenl, ' Johnnie the Pieman, ' in your issue of the ..13th,.' lie_ says I begrudged the man the right to 'keep boarders. Nothing of the sort, 'as reference to my former letter will jjrove. It was the clas3 or status of.- the boarders- that was mentioned, nnd further, lis a -unionist.'- 1 considered Hint it was out of all reason to think that such a thing, could occur 011 the Barrier, and the sooner that unionists of this type and ' Johnnie the- Pieman ' arc bowled out, tho better - for. all those concerned, as I am sorry to say there are too many in our ranks of their calibre, ilc men tions the fact about hotels taking tliem in. That has nothing wnatcver to do with the question at issue. Hotels are built for the. accommodation of the trav elling public, and therefore by this ntcani it constitutes part of- their income. As an illustration; Sir, I .would like lo point out to ' Johnnie the Pieman ' tlie .fact that ...
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. The Governor's Speech to be Delivered On Tuesday. OUTLINING THE GOVERNMENT'S PROGRAMME. BRISBANE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. I The Governor's Speech to be Delivered On Tuesday. OUTLINING THE GOVERNMENT'S PRO GRAMME. [' Truth's ' Special Sorvice.J BRISBANE, Monday Night. It is understood- that. the Governor's Speech at the opening of Parliament on I Tuesday will make reference to the rca- j Eons for calling members together so late j in the year, and to His Excellency's re cent northern tour. Also to the Premier's visit to the United Kingdom. It is believed, also, that the speech will contain references to the Torres Straits Steam Service, and point out the advantages this State will derive therefrom, as well as contain some of the conditions governing the contract. It is believed that the hope will be ex pressed that at expiration of i,.e present arrangement, a better service will be ob tained, under more favorable conditions. It is understood that the agreement pro vides that in the event of Parliament disapproving of the contract before the middle of December, it will be annulled....
MR. GRIFFITH'S CASE. HE PROVES THAT THE FORMS OF THE HOUSE WERE STRAINED TO GAG HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
MS. GRIFFITH'S CASE. HE PROVES THAT THE FORMS OF THE HOUSE WERE STRAINED TO GAG HIM; The Sydney papers , received yester day contain 'the reply ; -.of the Member for ? Sturt-.to the -letter, that appeared in the . metropolitan,;: journals - . dealing witn his resignation, .-and- his reply also to Mr. Wade's assertions. - , 'It- is the' easiest thing; in tlie world to give a general demaL nnd to declare, as doo6 Jlr. Vrade,'_tHat my 'allegations arc utterly at variance with facts.' But facts -and . ^atcs , are stubborn tliitiK3- and the public has a way of giving them consideration, even .when they conflict with the utterances of -a Premier. My statements were: (a) That a few weeks alter tho commencement of the session the Premier took away Iroui private members the whole ol.tho Tuesday even ings; after six. o'clock; and (b) that the Government laid i*s -Estimates on the table of uiu houso. enrlv 1:1 the session, thus depriving private members of their opportunities to move the adjou...
ADELAIDE WOOL SALES. UPWARDS OF 37,000 BALES OFFERED FOR SALE. ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
ADELAIDE WOOL SALES. I . ? A ? UPWARDS OF 37,000 BALE6 OF-[ I PERED FOR SALE.. , .. . ,4v! 'W| . ['Truth's' 8p»caal Swriee.] j ADELAIDE, Monday Night. There was a very larg« attendance of buyers present at tho Wool Ex-, change to-day, when tho number of bales offored (upwards of 37,000) con stituted a world's record for one day's wool sale. The demand was brisk, and tlie pneas for fino light-oonditioned greasy mori non was nearly 2d. per lb. higher th'aij anything reached this season. Ameri can buyers were competing keenly for this class of wool, and the top prieo paid was hid. por lb. , English and foroigu buyers alse operated freely, and there was o firm market at slightly iinprov»d rat«» for all good, well-got-up clips.
DRUIDS SILVER STAR LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
: DRUIDS SILVER STAR LODCE. Thoifortriiglitly mooting of tlio abovo lodge '.w'as'';h6ld last night in tho lodgo l-ooinj- ; Tuit's Jlosonie ,lTall, Arch-Druid Lit wrenco jibing in the chair. . .Thoro. wasia gdod attendanco of mcm bers;.;,'alsd:.Pi'A';'s 'Buvfo'rd; Wilkinson, and Judd (judges of the lodge eomi-cti- tioii now. boiiig. hold),. nnd P.A.'s Boyco and Ws'ld .-(Railway . .Lodge), Squires (Success Lodgo), and Bi'o! Coward (Tri umph Lodgo); Three iriends wero ini tinted iritb tho'; lodge. '* V ; P. A. Bro.-R. lloopor' proposed tlio tonst of 'iTlio ' Visitors aind Newly Ini tiated,' all of whoni suitably responded. Tho lodgo then adiotivned. and a oiichro 'tournament was indulged 111 by tho members. Tho receipts for tho evening amount ed to £52 10s.
ENGLISH VIEW OF FISHER'S CHANCE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
EHCLISH VIEW OF FISHER'S CHANCE. :.[R*ut«r'» SmtIm.] J , . LONDON, Monday.: The - 'Standard' (Conservative) in'a leading article on tlio formation of tho Fisher Federal Cabinet, remarks that thii easiost way to establish majority rulo in the Commonwealth is ia givo tlio Labour Government a reasonable opportunity of displaying its powers and mothods of administration. 'It will probably, bo found that Labor is weak est when in office.'1
MINING INTELLIGENCE. SHARE MARKET. ["Truth's" Special Correspondent.] ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
MINING INTELLIGENCE. . SHARE MARKET. [K Truth's'. Special Correspondent.] ADELAIDE, Monday Night. The. following business was recorded on .'Change to-day - ... Proprietary, sales 44/. British, (old), b. 18/3, s.18/9.' British' (how), sales 17/14. ' .Junction, sales 2/11. . i South, (con.), '.b. CO/6.. : South Blocks, b.. 25/, s. 2o'6 Block -10, b. G5 /. North, b. 59/6. ? Junction North, sales 24/.' Sulphide, s. 9/4.- ' AVallai'oo, b..40/6, S.-41/. ' Chillagoe, b. 5/, s. 5/2.' ? Mount Mollojy b. 8/7, s. 9/- ? O.K., sales, 5/9. ? _ : . Mungana, sales, 0/. Macgrogor, sales 8/5. - Hampden, sales 11/9. ?-? ? - Chaffors, sales 8/3. Perseverance, b. 7/1, s. -7/4. ? Hannah's Star, salcs'G/10. ' I G.B. Main ltcof, sales 6/3. . ? . Nortli Kalgurlie, sales 2/. ?- Baker's Creole, salos 1/8., . Golden Pole, sales 1/1. ? . i Great Boulder, sales 28/44- 1 Great Boulder, No. 1, b.' 9/2j s-'10/- I Mararoa, salos 21/3. ~ Mararoa North, sales -1/10- - ' ?:????' 1 Pathway Hills, sales 5d; 1 - . . ? Gwa...
LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
LATEST CABLES. (R«ut«r'i SeiTioo.) ' . LONDON, Monday. Persian priest* are joining n» the de mand that the Shall shall grant a Constitution. ; Crowdod' meetings are held in Teheran daily. Troops are oc cupying the squares. During a business quarrel a man named McGrath, a former employee, shot doad Mr. Walter Ammon, oleo margarine manufacturer, of New Jor soy, U.S.A. In tho boxing tournament at the Hippodrome, Paris, Sam McVea, the American. colored pugilist, knocked out Herbert ; Syiinot, an Australian, in the fifth round. The death from pneumonia is reported :-f the Grand Duko Alexis (uncle of the Oxar) at Paris. The 'Times' Vienna correspondent declares that diplomats in that city re gard the Balkan' outlook as decidedly lost peaceful tlian it was a woek ago.
KAISER AND COUNT. To Meet at Berlin on Tuesday to Settle a Difference. FAVORITE ADJUTANT DEAD. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
KAISER AND Ml. , To Meet at Berlin on Tuesday to Settle a Difference. FAVORITE ADJUTANT DEAD. - (Reuter's ServicO LONDON, Monday. Tlio sudden death is reported from Bor lin of the German EmperoV's favorite adjutant, Count Huhelsen Haeseler. This will prevent the Kaiser from meeting Count Bulow to-day at Keil, as arranged. It is now expecteu that the Einporor will grant an audience to his Chancellor at Berlin, on Tuesday. It is expected that if the Kaiser re fuses to endorse the Count's recent an nouncement to tlie Reichstag, that he will tender his resignation. [Last week, Count Bulow, defending hi* Imperial Majesty against a charge of indiscretion, denied that any plan of campaign had been outlined by the Kaiser in connection with the Boer war. The Chancellor asserted that what His Imperial Majesty lmd said was merely an aphorism. He also denied that Ger many had other tlmu commercial idea* with regard to Far Eastern affairs. On behalf of the Kaiser, and of Ger many, the Chancellor...
IS KWANG SU DEAD? The Usually Contradictory Telegram Received From Shanghai. SUSPICIONS OF FOUL PLAY. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
IS HWANG SO DEAD 1 ? i | ? - ? -v- - -- The Usually Contradictory Telegran? Received From Shanghai. SUSPICIONS Of FOUL PIAY. [' Truth's ' Ppeeial Ssrriee.] SYDNEY, Monday Night. A private c-ablo received in Sydney this afternoon, from Shanghai, stated tlui the Emperor' of China and the Dowager' Empress are both dead. This message states that in view of the possibility of trouble arising ns to the succession to tlie throne, troops are being' 'summoned from the principal centres to reinforce the garrison at Pekin. ' An unofficial message1 .received by a firm of merchants' having extensive busi ness relations with tho Middle Kingdom, throws doubt upon the death of , the Em-, peror. According to this cable it is the Dowager Empress, Tzc Hsi, the Emper or's aunt, who has died. LONDON, Monday, r Continuation has been received of the news that the Dowager; Empress died on Sunday, and according . to Pekin : teles i grams, no disorder is anticipated in rer, gard to the proclamation of the ne...