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RAILWAY TOWN WEDDING. UNION OF MR. A. BROKENSHIRE AND MISS E. J. JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
RAILWAY TOWN WEDDING. UNION OF MR. A. BROKENSHIRE AND MISS E. J. J0HN80N. A wedding that attracted a large as semblage was solemnised in St. Phillip's Church of England, Railway Town, last night. The contracting parties were Al bert, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Broken shire, Railway Town, and Elizabeth Jane, second eldest (laughter of Mr. JameB Johnson, the well-known cordial manu facturer, of Railway Town. In the abaencc of the incumbent (Rev. ?S hoi to Bishop), the Rev. Den7.il Herring performed the ceremony. Miss Grimm presided at tho organ, and the choir ren uercu. a ne voice umi. r-reatneu uer Eden.' Tho bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. H. John 1,011, was charmingly attired in cream silk, trimmed with satin net in sertion and silk modailions, the custom ary veil aud orange flowers, and carried a shower bouquet of carnations. Miss Adelaide Johnson, the first brides maid, was dressed in a crcam silk kim ona, and carried a bouquet of tuberoses and carnations. The second ...
BOARD'S DETERMINATION QUASHED. Another Rule Nisi Made Absolute By the Court. COMMENTS BY THE JUDGE. ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
BOARD'S DEMHNATION QUASHED. Another Rule Nisi Made Absolute By ' the Court. COMMENTS BY THE JUDGE. f' Truth's' Special Service. 1 ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. The application of Mr. 11. W. Swan, secretary of the JIaster Bakers' Associa tion,. to make absolute a rule nisi grant ed oy Mr. Justice Gornon (President of the Industrial (_-ourt of Appeals), which was heard oil October loth, came on for re-hearing to-day. Since the case was previously heard, the Bakers' Wages Board met, nt the request of His fionor, and through their Chairman (Jj.1-, R. Phillips) they were reported to he unanimously of. the opin ion that the Bakers' Board was the prop ».. -n»uwi 4 ... ...M. n,» the wagos of drivers of baker's carts; because drivers, being in the employ of bakers, and paid as the employees of th;t business, and the Board constituted as it was of representative employers and employees in the particular trade, 'was better - qualified to deal with 'the question of wages directing drivers. In the ...
THE VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
THE VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT. [' Truth's ' Special ScrviccJ MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. After a lot of dilly-dallying and lost time,, the Bent Government lias at last got its team together again. The newly-appointed Ministers were all . congratulated to^lay when the' Houses met. In the Assembly, Mr. Downward told Mr. jijcKeii/'.ie that the chilled meat freight could not be reduced, as freezing works were now existing at Geelong, Portland, Hamilton, and Casterton. Sir Thomas Bent announced his nro grannne to include the Chillingollah, Newtown, l'eeae, and Ouyon railways. Sir Alexander Peacock's Wages Boards resolutions regarding draperv, rubber, grover's and upholstery trades is being in cluded; EducatioirAct; Old Age Pensions Act; Artificial Manures Act; Motor Oars Bill; Murray .Rivers Water* Closer Settlement:. 13i 1 1 ; Disputed Territory. Bill; andv.the^Limitatibn or the. Size of Es tates Biii. ??'. v. . The. Government, wouul, he said, op pose the Mining (commissioner's proposal: Th...
NORTH QUEENSLAND MURDER. Fanny Wilson Before the Court on A Murder Charge. CASE NOT YET CONCLUDED. BRISBANE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
NORTH QUEENSLAND MURDER. fanny Wilson Before the Court on A Murder Charge. CASE NOT YET CONCLUDED. , [' Truth's ' Special Service.] . BRISBANE, Wednesday Nitiht.: . - At the Georgetown Polico Court to day, tho trial of l^ajiny Wilson; who is charged with tho 'murder of- Nellie Dulty, governess, at Carpentaria Downs- Station, was resumed. There was a large crowd present in court. Sub-inspcolor Byrne, deposed that Mrs. Wilson was very agitated and ghastly palo when, lio camo to view tho body. Sho was tho only ono of I!) persons present who was agitated Ho asked tlio accused to removo tho' nanuKorcliier rrom tho lace or tlio de ceased. 'I'horo was no smell ; from the corpse.' It was remarkably well pre-, served. Ho inspected every: portion '.of the premises cxcept Mrs. Wilson's room and had found spots leading to Wil son's room. They may liavo been, blood stains. ? Billy Wilson, tlio. aboriginal witness, was recalled and examined by Inspector Urquliart. Ho said that ho remombercd givin...
MELBOURNE DIVORCE CASE. HUSBAND LEAVES AUSTRALIA TO COLLECT MYTHICAL FORTUNE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
MELBOURNE DIVORCE CASE. HUSBAND LEAVES, AUSTRALIA TO COLLECT MYTHICAL FORTUNE. - ['.'Truth's' Special Sorrico.] j MELBOURNE, Wednesday. ' : Daisy Pacini was to-day granted, a do oroo. nisi in tho -Divorco Court against William Arthur Pacini, gardoner, on tho ground of dosertiori. Ropondent wrote to petitioner from tho Melbourno Gaol, and subsequently from tho Salva tion Army Sholter, that his undo had diod in ' Africa, leaving him £200,000, and', that ho intended to go there to claim his inlioritance. He added that she could live on the thoughts of the sum he had got.
NEW ZEALAND ELECTIONS. AUCKLAND, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
NEW ZEALAND ELECTIONS. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] AUCKLAND, .Wednesday wight. As a result of the New Zealand elec tions, the Ministers claim that the Gov ernment has gained two seats and lost three. ' * Second ballotB will be required in 18 electorates. The iigures give a substantial Govern ment majority. The leader of the Opposition claims that his party has gained five new mem bers, anu will probably gain more on the second ballot.
SAVINGS BANK OFFICIALS. MR. ANDY KELLY ASKS THE TREASURER QUESTIONS. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
SAVINGS BANK OFFICIALS. MR. ANDY KELLY ASKS THE TREASURER QUESTIONS. . [?'Truth's'' Special Service.] Si'DXUY, Wednesday Night. : -In ~ the Legislative. Assembly. , to-day , Mr. n. Kelly aSKfd the Colonial, Tr'easiu'er if was: a J'aet ? that: the junior clerks in; the Government Savings Bank have been working, eleven hours a day since the beginning of - the year -without, any increase. in pay? : , ! . : Also, liai. a number of officers ' suffer- 1 ?ed'. an injury ; to tlicir eyesight,-: and i others, left the service .altogether T Would I lie- (^iie Treasurer) .take lmrncuiato steps to alter such conditions 'of', working? ? . - Mr. T. Waddell said 'thai: lie had in augurated a new system, - which had .necessitated ;? the.-, officials;:, working long horns. It was not a fact that the juniors were kept 'after- hours, lie intended to re cognise the services of the officers who luvd'worked long hours when roconBtruo-' tion,. which .was being hurried forward, was completed. — I
BRIEF CABLES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
BRIEF CABLES. [Reuter's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday. Mr. Francis Honoy, District Attor-. aey prosecuting in tho San Francisco graft cases, who -was murderously at tacked in court by a saloon-keeper namod Haas (who lias since committed suicide), is roportod to be out of danger. According to telegrams from Bel grade some Montenegrin bands have entered Herzegovina, but it is anticiv pated that , the .wintory weather -soor. due will close the passes and . prerCHt serious incursions.
SCAFFOLDING IN GEORGE STREET. FINED FOR ERECTING A FAULTY STRUCTURE. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
SCAFFOLDING IN GEORGE STREET. ? ? ? r- FINED FOR ERECTINC A FAULTY STRUCTURE. [' Truth's ' Spccinl Service.] SYDNEY, Wednesday, Night'.' FrederieK Limuert, 'of Leichhardt, wag proceeded against ' in the Central - Sum mons Court r this ^morning by Percy . A. tildes, an inspector, under the Scaffold ing and Lifts .Act from the Public Works Uopiirtiucut,- for commencing to set , 'up'- a building seaffolding.ati No. 030, 'Cieorge Street, Sydney;:- wicnout: first' giving , no-- tiee of liis intention'to do so.' ; . i - - It . was stated . that -the scaffolding, which .was : a very. ; bad structure, ' 'Col lapsed, and injured four men. . - If.- the scaffolding,- had ''been 'inspected, permis sion v would : not- have been- given- for its erection. 1 ??.-'.? ? The - defence . was : i... at? the- scaffolding was .'Greeted : l»y -, Workmen; without the knowledge of : tho-rdcfciidant; : who was , a contiactor. A line of 40s; was inflicted, iirdcfault seven .days'- imprisonment. - . -
THE SITUATION AT PORT PIRIE. Unionists Ready to Meet the Proprietary Mine Managers. SOME INTERESTING INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
THE SITUATION AT PORT PIRIL Unionists Ready to R/Ieef; Ik Proprietary Mine Managers. . SOME INTERESTING INFORMATION. (HY TOM -MAX.V.) ? Port Pirie residents are expressinj their astonishment at the wonderful change that has-tnkcii place ..ere . in the matter of .organisation.* ?-nliTen tho most ?ardent of 'the union men wlio have loi;« ?been battling to improve conditions, de clare themselves most agreeably surprised at the manner in which the men have joined. the various unions.,' ^ . The number of : men employed on .the smellers in till deimrtnients is 1400, and r..i ?- I. o Tim. ...- ; l.« ? 1 JIM J.1— smelters 1200 are ^genuinely organised, and, the- whole- of the wharf men are enrolled' in. the A.W.A. The A.M.A. ' books, last night showed a financial meni; bership of 1130, the Fnginedrivers and Firemen have 72; and the remainder .be long co- various .unions — Masons, '..'En- gineers,- &c. t Inquiries slibw that 1400 is rather over than under the total at the B.Il.P. Com...
THE MENZIES ELECTION. DISCUSSED IN THE WE[?]TRALIA PARLIAMENT. PERTH, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
THE MENZIES ELECTION. DISCUSSED IN THE WE8TRALIA PARLIAMENT. [' Trutli'i ' Sptaial Serviae.] PERTH, Wednwdav Ni«ht. Mr. T. Walker (Kaaowna) diaeiuiiag the Electoral Act in the A»«embly to-day, referred to the Mcnzie» electioa hciag up«et after the caee had been decided by the Chief Juitiee, who fare co»t« again»t Mr. Buzacolt. Thia ira» done chiefly in accord with certain rule» of the Supreme Court whioh had been drawn up. lie (Mr. Walker) wanted to draw th» attention of the llouae to ioma atraage coincidence!. On October 0, Mr. Gregory' ? potition wa» lodged, aud on October 9 these n»w rule» were pubb'ahed. : Tho rulos woro signed by tho Chief Justico, by Mr. Justico Burnsido, and by the Attorney-General. Tho rulea woro published in tho 'Government Gazette. ' ' He called tlu'a precipitate ha»te. The illegal votes which unieatei Mr. Buzacott were east by Mr. Gregory's sup porters, yet Mr. Buzacott was mad# to pay the piper. it appeared to be all a part of a scheme. If ill-. Buzacott...
SOUTH BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
SOUTH BLOCKS. The following report of development work, dated November 18, haB been supplied by tho management : — Tho orosscut from tho main shaft on tho No. 4 level intersected the lodo at 73ft. west - of tho shaft, tho ore averag ing 16.5 por oent load, 3.5oz. silver, and 10.3 por cont zinc, tho width of tho lodo being 8}ft. Driving north and south on tho lodo has boon started.
SHARE MARKET. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
SHARE MARKET. ['Truth's' Spieial Ssrriss.] ADELAIDE, AVednosday Night. Tho following business was transacted on 'Chango to-day : — Proprietary, sales 43/6. Block 10, b. 64/6. Junction, sales 2/11. South, b. 67/6. ; South (paid), b. 76/3, s. 77/. South Block, sales 25/3. - Junction. North, b. 23/6, s. 24/. Wallaroo, salos 41/. Mount Molloy (con.), salos 8/3. ' Mount Molloy (prof.), sales 12/. O.K., salos 5/10. Mungana, b. 6/, s. 6/2. Hampden, b. 11/6, s. 12/. McGregor, b. 8/3, s. 8/6. Mount Lyoll, b. 38/6, s. 39/.. Chaffers, salos 7/9. . ' . ' . -*'v I Main Reof, sales .6/.. ? ' ... Hannau's Star, sales 6/3. ; l'ersevcranco, salos 7/1. ? Nortli Kalgurlie, sales 2'. ^ ':?? Hainault, b. 10/', s. 10/3. i Oroya, b. 14/, s. 14/9. ? : South Kalgurlie, sales 12/. Mararoa, b. 20/6, s. 21/6. ? ' North Mararoa, sales 1/8. JIarvel (paid), sales 1/11. Great Boulder, b. 28/3, g. ,28/6.'- - ? ' Boulder No. 1, b. 9/3, .s. 9/9.- ? 1 Mararoa Quoon', sales 4d. Break of Day, sales 6d. Pathway, sales 4J...
LANE STREET METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
l.i. I- LANE STREET METHODIST . CHURCH. ? At:- the J^aue .Strect'JIelhadist , Church lastiiiight : tlio oantnta, ' Tho Captivo Maid'of'Israol' was given by tlio lnom bers of the Oxido Sti-eet: Choir and or chostra, under . tho leadership of Mr. W. Hawko. - . ; Tho choir, ? which-: uunibered;. about 25 voices;: rendered tlio cantata in a very pleasing, manner, which reflected groat credit upon .tho conductor. ? : . ? ??m,„;.»„(-J. ;,.nn request for tho purpose of augmenting the funds of tho church. : : . , ' The whole of tho proceedings ' wore under tlio chargo of tho Rov. ' W. W. Finch, of tho Oxido Street Methodist Church. There was a good attendances.
ENGLISH OR BRITISHER? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908
ENGLISH OR BRITISHER? '-?'Britisher!' writes, complaining that in ,-roferring- to, tho English Government iriyono'of our cables wo' used tho word .-'English,!'- instead of British. Woll, perhaps : unwittingly we stated the 1 truth; - There is vory littlo homo rulo for. Scotland, Wales, or Iroland. Tho British Government is nn English Go vernment, -and a i)lutocratio ono at tliat. ' J