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BROKEN HILL DEUTSCHER VEREIN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
- BROKEN HILL DEUTSCHER VEREIN. Tlio usual fortnightly da nee, 111 con nection with tlio Broken Hill Doutseher Arerein was held in the club rooms, Delamore Street, last night. There was a good attendance, and a long and di versified programme was indulged itr to music supplied bv Mr. Bert. Smith. Tho management of tho dances was m the hands of Mr. M. Shelley. For thoso who did not partake 111 the dancing, cards wero supplied. A fow of thoso present also indulged 111 the more peaceful form of recreation— read- ing — for which thero was a plentiful 1 supply of literature. : - i - Light refreshments were -also - par- I taken of. . ? ? 1
AT THE ABATTOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
AT THE ABATTOIRS. 1 Yesterday another . bullock- was . con demned by the Inspector. (Mr;. Marslu-Jl) au'tlic Municipal Aljattoirs. ..Tins. brings the total of bullocks' condemned. as. being unlit for human. consumption up to ten, and 'strikingly illustrates the need there is;- for a:- municipally supervised.. abat-- toirsi - :
ALLEGED THEFT OF MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
AULECED THEFT OFMONEY. A young malt named Leo Fredencki has ibeon arrestocl at-Port Pino on-a cliargo'. of tlio theft- of' money -from Dnnen'.R. storo. .-Ho- wns- a cart hnndj and it, is alleged that lie appropriated a , ba.^ containing, tlio ixvyinents made by .clients; ? . -? V' ? ' ?. .' : '...Constable. Bakor loft for Port Pane 011 Monday evening, and will probably bring. Fredericks back to .Broken. Hill on Thursday morning, where lie will ap pear at tlio Citv Court.
DEATH OF MRS. RENTON. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
' DEATH OF MRS. RENTON. ? ? Afvs. F. J. Kenton, (wife. of .-.Miv..lrV:J. .'Renlon, 1 of , the firm , of : Rcnton - /Bros.,1 on., yinon, of Uic.AA'lnte Leads 'dairy), died 1 oil 3Ioiidav: at -tlie;age' 01' '13. -Deceased had ? been a- resident , of' about 20 years oil the Barrier, and lor. 11 ? long time had been a , martyr, to a .painful internal comiilamt, for which ;. .she underwent an operation: about ten months' ago-111 Ade laide., Dr. Home was assiduous, 111 lns at tcntion to tlie suflerer. . Mrs. lleuton leaves a- husband and- six children. The funeral will : leave her. late residence to day : (AVcdnciidtty )' at .liall-paBt - two
THE BALLOON ASCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
THE BALLOON A8CENT. Among the principal topics of conver sation in Broken Hill at; present' is that of the - coming Athletic Carnival and Balloon Ascent, arranged by Messrs. Wilkinson & Company, Ltd. (the proprietors of Viceroy tea). Never since Broken Hill has been founded has such a large and expensive advertising med ium been introduced, and it is only fair to expect that crowds will avail them selves of the opportunity of gaining ad mission to tlie -v estern Uval on oaturday next, November 21st, and Wednesday, November 25th, by the production at the gates of a packet, which in its original condition contains 1 pound of the famous Viceroy tea. It is now close upon 20 years since Australian audiences have seen the ballooning ascent, and the at traction engaged for this Carnival will therefore, be of universal interest. It is safe to say that no greater or more sen sational act has ever been witnessed in the Southern Hemisphere, and the unani mous verdict of the Sydney and ...
Postal Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
[Postal ArraHgements. Tlio postal arrangements at the Bro ken Hill Post Office aro as under; — . DISPATCHES. Hobart. — Daily, via, Melbourne, closo 8 p.m. West Australia.— Wednesday and Friday, 8 p.m. New Zealand.— Daily, via' Sydney, 8 p.m. London. — Wednesday, 7 p.m. Menindie. — Monday and Thursday, 9.30 a.m. . .. - .:' .- . . ? . . Sydney, Melbourno, ? Adelaide, and intermediate .places^fr-Datly. - (Saturday oxcepted), 8 p.m.-.' Milparinka, Tibooburra; : Euriowie, and Tarrawingeo.— Tuesday and Satur day, 9.30' a.m. . - - Wilcannia and White Cliffs. — Tues- day and Saturday, 9.30 a.iii: Wontworth. — Thursday, 11 a.m.; via Menindio, Monday, 9.30 a.m. ; via Ade laide, Monday and Thursday, '8 p.m. Pinnacles, Tuosday and Friday, 9.30 a.m. North Broken Hill, . South Brokon Hill, East Brokon Hill, and Railway Town. — Daily, 8.30 a.m. ARRIVALS. From .Sydney, Melbourno, Adelaide, and intermediate . places. — Daily , (Mon day excepted), 7.30 a.m. Milparinka, Tibooburra,. Tarrawingeo, and E...
AMUSEMENTS. EMPIRE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
AMUSEMENTS. . EMPIRE HALL. . The Empire Hall Company, wliich con tinues one of the best seen there for some time, is still attracting large nuaiencos. In addition to the usual efli cienc singing of tiuit descriptive ballad ist, Mr. Bert. Thomas, other vocal items by Misses Kitty btaniey and Ivy Les lie are equally well appreciated. The humorous part of the show is contributed by Mr. George l'agden, whose gags, and whimsicalities keep the house 111 a state of merriment while he is 011 'the boards.' Mr. Blutch Jones, too, is st,ill scoring well in his new coon songs, with an occasional dance. In addition to the variety items, a good series of pictures have also been shown. . To-night (Thursday) there will be a change in the programme, when the whole strength of the company will be heard in new items. In audition, there wiu be some new pictures shown.
ALL STAR COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
ALL STAR COMPANY. The All-Star Company is being well patronised a., the Crystal Tneatre. Tho turns arc all of a very attractive nature; and elicit hearty applause. The boxing kangaroo is a special feature of the entertainment. Mr. Hall, the owner of the clever animal, says that 110 one is quick enough lo hit 'Merry' on tne head— he is so quick in getting it out oi ..10 way of a blow. Leonard Nelson will be added to the already ample programme on Saturday, and his. character sketch com.euicB are certain to again make him a pronounced favorite with Barrier audiences.'
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
LICENSINC COURT. In tho Licensing Court 3'ostcrday, bo foio Mr. 1M.cK.ej1 bey, S.M., tho lollow mg licenses wore granted :- — \Vm. Jiolitho, earner's lioenso for tlio rt'ilcannia district ; John Burns (Fede ral Hotel), publican's booth lieon&o ior a two days' sports meeting at tho West ern Oval ; ?? J ames JSoonan, transfer ,ot Globo Hotel and billiard, lioenso to Michacl ^ John Noonan f - Herman Hoilr. maim, transfer ot Grand Hotel licoiise to James Xoonan. : . , . :
UNEMPLOYED XMAS CHEER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
UNEMPLOYED XMA8 CHEER. Yostorday tlio Mayor (Aldorman J. H. Ivoy) sent tho following telogram I to . tho Minister for Works, as mention od by him at tho mooting of the City Council on Tuesday night : — 'Coun- cil rosolved last night to ask tlio Gov ornmont to provide' Christmas clioor for about 100 old mcii of this town. Sug gost stonobreaking for tramway exten sions. Council's finances completely do pleted.' A copy of tho telegram was also forwarded to Mr. Arthur Griffith, M.L.A.
The Police Court. Wednesday.—Before Mr. J. McKensey. S.M. INDECENT EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
The Police Court. ? ♦— — Wednesday. — Beforo Mr. J. MoKenaov. ' ,- ?' S.M. INDECENT EXPOSURE. At tlio Police Court yesterday, Harold Beech, a young man,, against whom tiireo prior convictions had 'been' to corded, was charged on tlio ovidonco of Sergeant . Manns, with -wilful and , in-, decent exi-osuro in the presence of .a little boy- and girl at Uladstono Pa'rk, South Broken llill, 011 Sunday last. Accused stated that ho was not a ciiminal,»and asked to bo given anothoi chance, as he did not wisn to disgiace his rolativos. Tho S.M. : Such a man as you are is not fit to ue at large. You are sen tenced to four months' in Broken Hill Gaol, with haid labor.
NEWS AND NOTES. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
NEWS AMD NOTES. The Weather. Pleasant weather, conditions prevailed again yesterday, the warmth of tlie-sun being- tempered with a slight southerly bree/.e. The maximum shade tempera thre was only 71 degrees. 'The minimum reading for Tuesday night : was: »4 'de grees. Last night was also cool,.' with a. Southerly breeze. The forecast for .Now. South Wales. -issued at- .110011 yesterday.-. for: the next :M hour.'}, was as follows: — Scattered -clouds throughout, ? with -post sibly a few uniniportant showers .inluud, arid, further thunderstorms in the- N.E. Otherwise1: line, with S. to \S.E.- winds. The; South Australian forecast,- issued- at the same time', was :— rFine. 'throughout. .Moderately, warm temperature. ' 'Stilb- a tendency to scattered , showers in ; the interior, arid S.E. to E. winds. The Council Meeting. , !: It is fo beifeurcd that -.ne' resolution' -us to the. Umberuinberka' Trust, wliich gave the members of IhcC'ouncil so much concern 011 Tuesday night, is entirely,...
RABBIT POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
, JRABBIT POISONINCi |i:Tho;-;Ins^cotor -ofr Stock-: (Mr. . j Gid-: dings)' .lias : suppliod ! tlio -tollowing; .-re-, ictfipts ./.fori,. poisoning: - rabbits,- ; all of :which/ may . bo: doponded upon to be 'ef^ feotivo'- it ,tho directions ' as . given , aro carofully- followed ?: — .. . v . !-;Reoipo.' ? Jor strychnine .v paste,; for t\rig8;''..:Qu«ntitios7--4o!s:' Strychino,':41b. black;sugar;.5gals:' wator, aiid. 'llb. ilour. Make'strychniiiesoiuOleiby ;pouringacc-. ?tic acul into -the -jipttle- (enough : to just: cork): -Boil half 'gallon ^viiter: in billy can, and'- shake - strychnine- bottle, about ?iii vit till' air ^strychniiie is'! dissolved; 'At tlio vsamo- timorhavo flour: mixed -?. with tho balance'6f water;(cold)-, , in drum and bringj id':- ooil, Vimd rsirychnino.watcr alid tho-.-:sugar and boil until ' pasto 'is .as thick as dcsucd. ~ 1 ? Arsenio -Poisoned Water.— lib: ol ar senic to - ogal. ' water, boil- same, -then mix- with 100 gallons of wator. . Dig earth liol...
ENGINEDRIVERS AND FIREMENS' UNION. SUBSIDY TO "BARRIER DAILY TRUTH." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
ENGINEDMVERS AND FIREMENS' UNION. ? w ? : — 8UB8IDY TO 'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH.' A mooting of tho Enginodrivers and Firemons' Union was held last night at tho Trades Hall, Mr. S. Coade, presi dent, being in tho ohair. There was a largo attondanco, and 27 now members wore elected. Corraspondenoo was roooived from the mining inspectors in connection with 0 complaint with regard to Block 14 Mine, and promising to giro tho matter im mediate attention. ' A letter was read from tho Coba: branch with regard to tho matter o. preference to unionists. It wan re ferrod to tho oxeoutivo to be dealt with Mr. Squires reported with reforono to the P.L.L., and stated what arrango raonts had boon mado for the «oloot:-j. of Senatorial and Labor Conference re presentatives. Mr. Hayball roportod r« thfl Trades Hall Trust, and Mr. Copeland re the B.'L.F. Mossrs. Squiros and McCor koll reported with roforenca to the Eight The Committee of Management re port wa» presented by tlie secrotary. It was deoidod th...
BARRIER AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
i: BARRIER .AUCTIONEERS. i - /At' tlio . -Licensing Court, next Tuesday :thore will be a: largo number, ot applica- ?? tions : for :anctidliccrsV-, licenses to deal rwith.'': .Tlio::;C;P.S. ' (Majoi^.-Grane.) / had' received; the vfollowing-. 33 applications up lo yesterday: — ? tVFrcderick - John ]3arnden, Ernest WiK bert' Barnden, », George Alkih ? Bartlett, Francis Bayes,. William Samuel . I3olitho, Frcderick'M. Calf,. Albert' Edwardi Cam-, .eron; : William : '. Francis Cany Edwin Hamilton : Croplcy, tieorge , ..ColquoiioiK :Dempstcr, urnst tH. : F. -Fromen;'. Robert : Scotti Gregory;' Thomas Hall; Leonard - „\l; , --.oc..mg,v Wmianv- ?, Hogg, . William Levy, Alexander -McGregor, :? Reginald: Jfanninp,' Joseph , Porter 'Megaw, : Aug ustus Henry, Middleton, Arthur O'Brien. iWillia'm - Scott: Opie, - Arthur E.- Pittj 1 Glcment. Sandland, ?';* Ernest : R. -Silver- i ;smith, Eugene, B.- Smallpage, William, i Ceorge Sparrow, John Mitchell Stephcus, -John-^Vatei^(''John':])pnald'-'.Woo...
BARRIER BOYS' BRIGADE. LIBRARY, CRICKET CLUB, EDUCATIONAL CLASSES ALL PROGRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
BARRIER BOYS' BRIGADE. - LIBRARY, CRICKET CLUB, EDUCA TIONAL CLASSES ALL PROGRESS ING. ' Tho inouthly meeting of the Board of Management of tho Barrier Boys' Bri gade was hold at the brigado rooms 011 Tuesday ovening. Mr. li. J. J-Iorwood (president); presided. Mr. A. H. Mid dletoir took 'his 1 seat 011 the Board for the- first- time,' and was ,ocoorded a hearty welcome. ? . ' ?I'lio secretary, reported .that tho Muni-, cipal- Council hud granted .the brigade members-tile uso of the M\micipal Baths on-tho samo term as those allowed to sch'iols.' Tho library ' would be enlarged by tlio addition, of 'ft -largo ..-number of books which ; wero being -donated, and -good ;iise was. being: made of this agency by tho boys. r ?---(Tho Cricket :Club had been- successful in its first- wo .matches, 'securing gopd wins against senior teams. The, Christ- mas Budget would, bo publishcd'shortly, and -would include special articloB from well-known writers, and contain, a rium ber of intoixisting ill...
THE KING AND PRINCE CHUN. Regent Decides to Adopt Modern Methods ef Statesmanship. RUN ON PEKIN BANKS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
THE KING AND PRINCE CHUN. Regent Decides to Adopt Modern Methods ef Statesmanship, RUN ON PEKIN BANKS. [Renter's Scrviee.] LONDON, Wednesday.:. , King Edward lias ,- cabled to Prince Chun, the new Regent. of China, his sym pathj; with the , Chinese in their grief ? at the death of the Emperor and the Dow-, ager Empress. The police in Pekin have had to inter vene; to prevent the . run oil ? the,: native banks, due to the- uncertainty of the commercial classes as to a peaceful wc ?esRion. , Fourteen banks have stopped payment. ? ? In other -respects the' city is tranquil. ; . Prince Chun is firm in his endeavor t« maintain: order. He has introdueedrPal ace reforms, nbolished the Eunuchs',' and resolved upon modern methods, of con-, ducting publio business. . :? . - : The education' 'of Prince ^'u Yi (heirpre sumptive) is to be conducted on modern, lilies: * - Owing to the admirable precautions of Yuanshikai (Governor-General of the Chi li' province) no- disorders: have occurred, lie: ...
OUR INTEREST IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
OUR INTEREST IN CHINA. Yonder in the Imperial Palace in the;] Forbidden Oily within -Pekin lie the remains -of, ICwangsu (or/Tze -Hsi)— the | Emperor (or the Dowager : Empress) :i 1 Router, tho ? world's -news gatacrer, : can-' 1 not be sure- which.!- And 'really it- docs , not -matter: to us which is dead; .neither, is - .much'-.: more Lilian 1 a vaiame v to; ? Wes- ? I tcniR-r-and .tbothvliavc.f lived' the . life*- of 1 the;:splenclidly miserable. ?; Perhaps both | are dead it is never safe -to - he pertain ?as to Pekin till treblo: confirmation comes. The strong-minded' concubine.. who, lia« ruled China ,;-for 1 the:-last : 30: years, has 'had, to murder ' or ? remove : every man' of - strength' iincar .i.tiie^AThrone, ,in- order - to - retain : power ; :; the : poor : puppet ? wliom she ,proclaimcd! '-as:^Son\ ,of iHeaven -111 1875 has been' ail-abject :slave over. since. Tliej' are - type^ of : the . f oolish onescwho, mistake vthct ability:- to i kilL an^l - torture., for tho ...