Elephind.com contains 320,067 items from Barrier Daily Truth
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY BLOCK 10 COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
T1IE BROKEN IIILL PROPRIETARY ' BLOCK 10 COMPANY . . The following directors' -report will be submitted', to' , the . shareholders . m tne Prokcn llill ' Proprietary , ' Block .10 vCoin- 1 pany, at \ the meeting -j to: , bC' Iield in I Melhourne. on: November.; 25:— ? i ;? ? . ' Tlio .working, profit, for. the' -half-year | (including, the nominal value ofrU/ per ton on 03,130 tons by-products) amouiits i to £19,508,. less value of previous- half year's output over-estimated, ; £3050; I total, . £10,449; to which has; to bo added amount; i^pei veil : from; Zinc Corporation i on accoiint^of sale of old dumps, -.£8311: and. interest on investments, £002, mak ing a total, of £25,302. ...From tins has been deducted £10,048'; for depreciation. £1108 .for-.:- provision, of royalty, and £2174i for, provision. foiMiicome tax, leav ing, a net;: profit '.for the half-year of ?£11,432.1 Add-balaiice:at credit of pro ;it , and -loss account,.' March 31, 1008, £128,731; iand after ; deducting £5...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
I BUSINESS NOTICES. ' Tailoring Announcement. WE WOULD ADVISE YOU THAT THE NEW SEASON'S SAMPLES HAVE JUST COME TO HAND, AND COMPRISE THE LATEST AND BRIGHTEST THAT WE HAVE YET HAD THE PLEASURE OF SUBMITTING, WHILST THE SELEC TION OF FASHIONABLE MATERIALS WERE NEVER SO VARIED. MEN'S MERCERS AND HATTERS. CHOICE AND FASHIONABLE SUMMER GOODS. D. D. MURRAY & CO., ARGENT STREET, Opposito Finn' s Hotel. 307tnwf Perhaps You Don't Know the Cheapest Place in BroKen Hill for Boots and SJfooes. Try BO AN BROS. FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR. Here's just half-a-dozen lines as a guide. Not special lots pat out like a bait, but regular stock prices that are backed to b«at anything else on the Barrier. N.B. — To bear out this argu ment, ask to «eo the lines'mentlon cd in the 'Barrier Daily Truth.' STRONG 'WORKINGr BLUCHERS, both plain and sprigged, a good solid leather working boot, in all sizes, AT BOAN'S ONLY 3/11 a pair. GENT'S CALF LACE-UP B OOTS for stroet yrear, either plain or with toecap. This i...
EX-BARRIER PUBLICAN. HAS TO PAY A LOVE-SICK "BOOTS" 15S. DAMAGES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
EX-BARRIER PUBLICAN. HAS TO PAY A LOVE-SICK 'BOOTS' 15S. DAMACES. ['Truth's' Special Service.]. .ADELAIDE, Tuesday, Night. Edward Eglintou, a hotel ''boots,' sued Mrs.. ? W. II., Uirdseye, . wife of:, the, licensee of w the- United Service Hotel) formerly of the Willyama Hotel, Broken llill, » in the Adelaide Court ? to-day- for alleged: wrongful dis missal, and 30s. as. componsation. ? ? . . W. ,11. Uirdseye stated that lie. en gaged : Eglinton- as ''boots,' and during the first few -days of* his servicc caught him in the kitchen with his arms around the housemaid. . - , ?????'Witness, said, 'It means 24 hours' no tice if. I;catch you like this again.' The Bench allowed Eglinton 15s. com pensation. ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
PIOPLE OF RAILWAY TOWN. GEO. MILLER, THE PEOPLE'S BUTCHER, WILL arraaga your Moat Supply on absolutely the best method*. ALL JOINTS 8T0RED IN COOLER. . Prompt delivery that insurM th* freshest of Meat for tho Table. Note tho Addros*— - GYPSUM STREET, Next Army Barracks. o323tk :S21 RINC UP 253 For the BEST BREAD and SMALLGOODS PROCURABLE IN TOWN. D. M°CUBBIN Ii th* person to supply you. OUR ARGENT STREET TEA ROOMS, Spacious and Cool. t£v«ry Convenience. The idoal Sum tnsr Ratrrat for Light Lunehoons. Pri | rata Room for Ladies. ARGENT STREET, ? Handy to Tram Terminus. BUSINESS NOTICES. . ? ? ? DO YOU KNOW WHY PREST & HOCKING LATEST ARE LEADING IRONMONGERS. llllll BECAUSE WE are BANG UP-TO-DATE. The result being YOU CAN ' PROCURE everything a well-appointed Ironmongery Establishment should supply. We have BUILDING MATERIALS of every description. You gf will be amply repaid if you get our prices before, purchasing elsewhere AvWffij SUPPLY YOU WITH GUNS AND AMMUNITION. OUT ALSO...
SYDNEY TRAMWAY EMPLOYEES. Board Delivered Its Award Yesterday Morning. UNIONISTS SATISFIED. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
SYDNEY TRAMWAY EMPLOYEES. Board Delivered Its 4 ward Yesterday Morning. UNIONISTS SATISFIED. ['Truth's' Special Service.] SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. 'The .'Tramway ? Board: delivered' its. awurd this morning, and it lias caus'd a good deal . of discussion amoiig the tram way men and trade unionists generally. Jilemhera of the unions consider 'that the award is, to say the least, satisfiie ?lory. : , ' ' The, i'oard slates that the' piesuit system of espionage- is unjust and should be -abolished; , while as long as the em ployment of .special officers is' continued certain new regulations should be ob served as; follow:— (1) No ? conductor shall be punished' for irregularly issuing a ticket ; upon : the evidence of 'a special ofiicer uiiless .tliat evidence is corrobora ted by the evidence of another or other person, aiid unless attention is' called at- the time of tlie occurrence to the alleged- irregularity ; (2) 110 conductor ' sliall be punished for failing to collec'j -i fare or iss...
THE SPORTING WORLD. GOOD TRAINING GALLOPS. TRIAL SPING AT MORPHETTVILLE AND VICTORIA PARK. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
THE SPOBTiSS HB8LD. GOOD TSAMtlG HUftfi ? ? ? ? TRIAL SiUMS AT MORPMfcTTVlLLE ' AJvD VICTOnEA PARK. -, | [' Truth's ' fepccial Service./] m ADKTjAIDE, Tuesday Night. At Morphctville this morning, the race hofso Kooringii wont welly, over u mile, doing the journey in 1mm. .JG'/^sccs., the. cloning live furlongs occupmg only- lmm. ] fl'/nsecs. - : ... . . ' . Sir Edwin gave Guntiiwang two lengths start, ?'nnd beat him nt the end of live ftn longB m Iniin.- 7sccs. , Dcstiuist and Willy Wally lelt . the mile behind in' lmm. -lSsces., at Victoria 1'ark A fair gallop- wns also credited to ,V:il kyrie (sister to Alarm), and The Pro; tender- Tlio pair-, covered .a mile and, a quarter 111 2nun. li)J/iaccfi ; -Memento and Sedan registered n sun ilr-r-performnnco., ; ? .... ? Sweet Elaine ran- the halt-mile m 51. sec* ^
SPORTS AT THE OVAL. HANDICAPS FOR THE 135 YARDS SHEFFIELD. (By "Grand Flaneur.") [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
/ SPORTS AT THE OVAL. HANDICAPS' FOR THE 135 YARDS SHEFFIELD. (By 'Grand Flaneur.' ? Tlie following handicaps have been is-. «iied by Mr.; Joe Duel; ford for the Slief , field Handicap, of; 135: yards, to be , mil at the Western Oval on Saturday after noon, in connection with the viceroy. Tea siid Balloon Ascent Carnival Sports - ' , ' Y'ds. .Y'ds. P. J: McCarthy 0 I II. L. James 15'/j J. Fisher; . . O'/a | W. Firth . 15 Vi 11. Pencil ?? . .10 ? | 'W.'McGrath lG W. Kigg . ? ? ll'/a l-H. iiall .. . 17 - S: Coldring . 11% [ B. . lames .. .liVs' D. Jacques .. 12'/3 | R. CJebler .. .17% Hi Primer ?? . ..12% | 11- Abbott . . 17% H; Dew .; . . 13 | B. Telfer . . IS F. ITethrington 13'/2 j T. 11. Wilson 18 S. Massey , . . 13 '/a I H. Ilold'w'th 18 '/a W. A. Hack . .! 13% J: R. Catlcy 18% J. J. Moylan . . 13'/3 [ J. J. Hawcs 18% F. Eldridge 14% [ J. McCiinu .10 R. Flannagan 14% | W. J. Biggs 1!)
BROKEN HILL QUARTETTE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
BROKEN HILL QUARTETTE 0LUB. The Broken Hill Quartette Club hold an open night at tho practice room, Tait's Hall, last night. Mr. C. L. W&inwright presided, and thorn was a largo attendance of members and their friends. It was decided by a unanimous rote of tho members to confer the highest honor at the command of the club, vi is., the club's izold badge, upon the en thusiastic and popular conductor, Mr. B. James. During tho evening the toast of 'The Sydney Visitors,' was proposed by the chairman, and responded to by one of the members of tlio Sydney police. Th« toast of 'Tlio Conductor and Secre tary' was also proposed by the uhair man, and responded to by Messrs. B. James (conductor), and Lorerid^e (oecrotary) . Light refreshments were handed round, and tho following programme of instrumental and vocal it«ms was sub mitted : — Songs by Messrs. A. T. Stago tich, H. Bray, N. M. Hack, L. Dean, A. Bohrndt, F. Guator, W. James, II. 0. Roberts, F. D. Inman, and T. G. Herbcrle ; c...
VICTORIAN MINING BILL. Minister Defends the Amending Clauses. MANAGERS TO HAVE CERTIFICATES. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
VICTORIAN MINING BILL Minister Defends the Amending Clauses. MANAGERS TO HAVE CERTIFICATES. ? ['Truth's' Special Sen-ice. | .- MKLUOURNK,. Tuesday Night.. The Minister .for Mines. (Mr. McLood), o'jinplainiiig of the statements made, by inme-owiiers in criticising tlio Amending. Mining Bill, said 'he regret ted the ~ absence of accuracy in such criticisms.' ?' . ?? Tho .companies. said they did not re quire a fourth compartment' in a shaft until ? below.; .tho. 600ft. -level. ... Suck a provision was justified, considering that some 'Bendigo companies went below Ojuuuri.,' ana -most oompames - round that tho extra compartment.-, saved tho tioiiblo and expenso in ventilation. ' Regarding tho Wages Boards; sovoral lates now prevailed, aiid it was advise ablc to Vstaindardise these ' for various kinds, of work, and under different Coil-' ditions^ . Hrages Boards, would simply prevent disputes by laying down all welPascer tamed conditions 7 -that . affected ? tho w ages in 'the various d...
THE BENT MINISTRY. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
THE BENT MINISTRY. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. All of the three newly-appointed Cabinet Ministers have been returned for their respective scats. For the Upper Goulburn, Mr. Hunt (Minister for Lands), only secured a I majority of about 200. Mr. -UcLeocl, tho Labor candidate, did not poll too wen. Mr. Downward (Minister for Water Supply) is leading Mr. Heagney (Labor) by 1,12!) votes to 450. Mr. Bowser (Minister for Education) has secured a majority over Sir. Wrout of about 500. All returns are incomplete, but the , votes yet to be counted cannot, it is be j lieverl; alter the result. ')?
UMBERUMBERKA WATER TRUST. Council Decides to Withdraw Their Representatives. BY [?] VOTES TO 4. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
UMBERUBUBERKA WATER TRUST. Council Decides to Withdraw Their Representatives. BY S VOTES TO 4, At the fortnightly meeting of the City Council last night, the Mayor (Aid. J. II. Ivev) read the folowing minute : — ' At the last meeting of the Water League, a discussion took place as to tlio advisability of the Council retaining their representatives ou the Umberumberka Water Trust. It was pointed out while considering the -resolution recently for warded' to the Department of Works, ! guaranteeing the required revenue, that the Government might raise the point that it would appear inconsistent on the pert of the Council to ask the Govern ment to. carry out the construction of a supplementary water supply at Umber umberka, whilst we were represented on a Trust, which had undertaken to carry out the work themselves. Ou the other hand, the Council might consider whether the withdrawing of their representatives would have the effect of making the Umberumberka Water Supply Act null and void...
DOMESTIC EMPLOYEES' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
DOMESTIC EMPLOYEES' UNION. A committee meeting of the Domestic Employees' Union was held last night at the Trades' Hall; the President, Miss D. Atkinson being in the chair. ; The schedule of wages was discussed, and a decision arrived at which will be be ? submitted at the . full meeting to he held next Tuesday night. It was decided 10 wire to SyaneT for copies of. wie rules ol the JJomestic. Em ployees' Union t.icro for the guidance of uie Broken —ill union. On Saturday night next a special sub committee .meeting will be held, for the purpose of further going into uetails for the following general meeting. The names of about 50 new member* were announced as having been received by the secretary, Miss G. E. Plummer. It was jcciilcd to obtain pence-cards by me next general meeting. It was aiso resolved that the union register un der the Traces Union Act.
THE QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. AN IMPORTANT NOTICE OF MOTION GIVEN. BRISBANE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
THE QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. AN IMPORTANT NOTICE OF MOTION CIVEN. . [''Truth's ' Special Service.] BRISBANE, Tuesday Night. ? The Queensland .Parliament was open ed : by . Goyenior ^helmsford at .110011 to; . day!1. ' ? ? ?His Excellency's speech was make in terms of . the forecast published in Bar ri or Daily Truth ' 011 Tuesday. . The House of Assembly resumed busi ness at 3.30 p.m., when all the new offi cers appointed were sworn in. 'Mr. Kid ston made reference to' tho late Mr. Ber nays (Clerk of the Assembly), and moved that the .House place on record its appre ciation of his services, and its sympathy with deceased's relations. - - ' '' The resolution was; seconded by =Mr. Bowman (Leader of tlie Opposition), and. 'supported by Miv Philp and others,- and carried. ? Mr. Airey gave liotica that lie would move on. the 23rd instant, '.'That in. the opinion of the House the future Gover nors of the Citato should :bs. selected fi'oin the distinguished: , citizens of .Queensland.'.-'' »...
A NEW ARCHBISHOP. Dr. Cosme Gordon Long Appointed Primate of York. HARDEST ORGANISER IN LONDON. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
A m ARCiiBISHOP. Dr. Cosmo Gordon Long . Appointed Primate of York. j HARDEST ORGANISER IN LONDON. | [liciilers .M.'i'vice.] LONDON, Monday. - The rUishop of- Stepnev has been pre ferred to the Archbishop ofl,York 111 suc cession to -JJiv Maclagcu, .who resigned on account ol advancing, age and lU healtli. ^ ' v -Mi'.,' Asqiuth, the Prune Minister, fwisli ed to oiler the:appointment to his lrieno-, the Uishop 01 flereford.. the moat- advan- ced- liberal ? 011 the episcopal bench, but Dr. Percival is 74 years ol age, and could only have held the See for a lew years:-- r In n leading' urtiele, dealings with tho appointment, the ?? Tiincs' says that Mr: Asquith's nomination of. Dr.' Lang has thrown ^jrecedent to .tW'iwinds. Plenty of people will insist that. the selection' lias been more .courageous, than prudent, but admitting, the' risk, it' adds that : it ex pects, time will prove' them wrong. ? At any- rate, a certain amount of PaiiAngli pan sympathy will attend J)r. Land's pio lii...
COMMONWEALTH OEFICES. EXISTING TENANCIES EXPECTED TO RETURN £9,740 PER YEAR. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
COMMONWEALTH 0EFICES. EXISTINC TENANCIES EXPECTED ' TO RETURN £0,740'PER YEAR. [' Truth's ' Speeiul- Service.] MELBOURNE, Tuetday Night. : The Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Bachelor) 'has made available Bome audi tional information' regarding the 'Trafal- gni' S([i:aro sue, over which tno Common- 1 wea^.. has the* option of purchase' for the sum of 108,000. : ' : - I It; is reckoned that existing , tenancies'! ,iu the . building, . which will remain in I if. the Commonwealth takes oyer the site I for its offices , will yield a revenue of I £0740 per annum. I The title to the site is freehold. : I
MR. BIRRELL WARNS THE PEERS. THAT IF THEY THROW OUT THE LICENSING BILL THERE WILL BE TROUBLE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
MR. BIRRELt WARNS THE PEERS. THAT IF THEY THROW OUT THE LICENSING BILL THERE WILL BE Trouble. I Holder's Service.] ' . LONDON; Mondar. Dealing with declarations by the Con sprviitivo Press -that it. is tho duty of the J louso of Lords to reject' tlie Licons uig. Jlillj as passe-l by tho House of Commons,: v. Mr; Augustine Bin-ell, Chief. Secretary of Ireland; stated in a £]-eo(;li at Bristol, that tho bill did not properly come within tho powers' of tho I lYors, tliat tho.v would bo. treading on dangerous ground if they throw it out. ? Several sulfnigettos attended Mr. 'Wirroll's- ?: meeting, and heckled liim so noisily, as to the refusal of tho Govern ment to admit women to the franchise that tlioy had to bo removed.
BRITISH NAVAL POWER. No Necessity to increase the Shipbuilding Programme this Year. FLEET NOT TO VISIT AUSTRALIA. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
BRITISH NAVAL POWER. No Necessity to increase the Ship . building Programme this Year. ?*' . FIEEI NOT TO VISIT AUSFIW1IA. I [Reuters Service.] LONDON;' Mohdav. , - Loitl Lonsdale asked the Prime Minis ter, , in the Ilouae ol Couimons to-day; if, 111^ view ..of the news that -Oermany pro-', posed to. expedite the' building of' Dread npughtb, and in order, to rcarry out the promise made in his Guildhall '?speech,: as to the .maintenance of the v Two-Power St andardj^t lie Government ' proposed ' to add to the schedule. 01 battleships to be laid down tins-year. ! - Asqiiith '. replied- that.', the Smaller, had been fully ,coii»iilered, ;-by the Ad nuialtx , aiid.it was not' considered tliut anything liad .ariaen, to make it nceos sarj to altei the naval shipbuilding pro .pianune, sanctioned -.for the current fin ancial y.L-ai, so the Government had de cided toudhereto it- . , Replying.' to a :f|iiestion. by Mr. Win teiton, in the House. of Commons to-dar, Mi . McKemia, one : of the Lo...
THE BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
THE BOWLING CREEN. The members, of the Bowling Club met on the municipal green lai-t night for the purpose of indulging in a prac tice game. - Those .who tool: part were mostly recruits; and -were being in truetcd by the captain in the rules of the game, 'and liow to -mftke'-the different ?hots. A lriatch.was to have been play ed between teams picked from the Bro ken IIill Club, but owing to the rather gloomy nature of the weather, there were insuilicicnt momoers present, to permit of the match being held. It nas,' there fore, been t postponed until to-inorrow kigho (Thursday/. . ' ; 'Arragnements are now in i progress re lative to playing * a return match with the Proprietary Ulub, but no definite date lias yet been fixed. A 'meeting is to be he'ld to-night fohi.tlio.. purpose.*