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MISS BRUGGEMANN'S GOOD-BYE. Two Benefit Concerts to Pay for Finishing Lessons in Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
MISS BRUGGEMANN'S GOOD-BYE. Two Benefit Concerts to Pay for Finishing Lessons in Europe' As a result of the kindness of tho Broken Hill Quartette Party, and the enterprise of friends and the good-will of all who knew her, Miss Bruggomann had a large, audience at the Town Hall lust night, and should have. a larger to morrow at the second of her farewell concerts. , Possession of a very line sonrano voice and the true musical temperament, has decided her to seriously take up a career as a professional vocalist, .and these entertainments, under the aus pices of her numerous friends in our vicinity, arc to provide fiinds for tlie purpose of journeying llrst of all to Paris, and later on to Germany. She has had six years' training at Adelaide, and as her performance last night shows, sings easily and naturally such trying items as the 'Mignon' favorite ' Je suis titanig.' The Broken Hill Quartette Party sang extremely well throughout, under the able, conductorship of Mr. B. Jamqs. The so...
SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC .CLUB - CONCERT.. The Social Democratic Club entertain ers gave an entertainment in the Trades Hall last niglit, the attendance being fair. The opening chorus being spirit edly sung, the following items were ren dered : — 'Lazy Man,' Fred James ; 'While the Convent Bells are Ringing,' H. Kellv : 'Have You Seen Mv- Johnny in Uniform,' Miss Gertie Sncll.; 'That's Him,' Mr. Cosman (encore; 'What a Funny Little Place to Have 'One.' ? Will Best sang 'Just For. To-night',' '-and Hettie Landorf '. ' Meet Me Down at '.the Corner.' Other! items were, ' I'm Billy Muggins,' J. O'Brien ; 'My -Dixie. Rose/' Miss Lizzie Knaust ; ' Josephine, 'My Jo,' Arthur Rowc ;. ' Moonbeams,' Mr. Alf. Homes ; 'My Ship and- 1,' Mr. Oliver Iiiglis ; ' O, Be Careful,' Mr. j.G. Shannon. ? ; ,'-' .? , '.,?' ?..!?.; After the interval, Mr.-. W. Best . siiiig 'One Heart Divine'. ; Mr. Clark, sang ' Masks and Faces.' Other numbers were rendered by Miss ;?? H; ? Eandor aha G. Sncll, and Messrs. A.- Ro...
DARLING RIVER RAILWAY LEAGUE. Proposed Condobolin to Broken Hill Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
DARLING. RM RAILWAY LEAGUE. Proposed Condobolin to Broken liilli ' Railway. , The usual fortnightly meeting of this body waS hold at the Town Hall at 8.30 last evening, Messrs. Fi'omnii (in tiio chair), King, Kitchner, Bryant, Pol kinghornc, Coade, and tho secretary, Mr. Jas. Aichibald, being present. . The secretary lenortcd that a deputa tion had wuitdU-upon.- Jlessis. J. -II. Cann^iind A. Orilliths, M's.L.A., who assured them that a Public Works Commission would be appointed this, ses- sion, and strongly advised them to pre pare evidonco to put befoio this Com mission. The secretary further reported that since then ho had wiicd tho members Cor tho district, and leceived tho lol lowing reply that day : — ' Minister uji ablo to state what dato railway pro posal will bo brought forward.' It was resolved that tlio Minister of Public Works bo wired to as follows :r 'Will a Public Works Commission bo: appointed this sesssion. Public very uneasy. Reply.' It was huthor lcsolvcd that this...
BARRIER POLICE COURT. MONDAY—BEFORE MR J. McKENSEY, S.M. WILCA'NNIA TEAMSTER AND HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
BARRIER POLICE COURT. MONDAY— BEFORE MR J. McKENSEY, S.-\I. WILCA'NNIA TEAMSTER AND HIS WIFE. ' Alico Clifford is separated from her husband Stephen. Walter Cliffoid, and has boon since August (until, six weeks ago), locciving 10/ a week fiom him for the' maintenance of herself and 'invalid child Sho now claimed payment of ar rears, and tho v-iiying of tho order to 13/ a week'.' ' r Justin McCarthy, for tho defend ant, a teamster 'at '\Vilcannia, stated that ljis'_ client only received 30/ wages, and out' of that had to k»op himselr and threo childien. ' , ' Tho wife said her husband had freo board and lodging, and that she sim ply could not kfop herself and the in valid child on 10'. An, order for 10/ a week was issued.
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
ADELAIDE.' Our Adelaide, eorrespanderrt tele graphed: — 'Every Labor organisation heio rejoices that Broken Hill has set the example in journalism. It was only the other day that Mr. E. A. Roberts, M.H.R:, at the 'annual convention of Labor in Adelaide,'- stated that if lie woro personally asked what conferred the gieatest boon upon tho workers — either a Labor daily or full and plenty , Parliamentary representation — ho' should undoubtedly voto -for -tho Labor daily newspapsr!'
MORE GREETINGS. Queensland's Parliamentary Labor Leader Sends Congratulations. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
MORE GREETINGS. .Queensland's Parliamentary Labor J-eader Sends Congratulations. ? Our'- Brisbanb correspondent' tole 'graplis : — - r Supporters of tho Labor., movement in .tins Stato aro jubilant over 'tlie establishment of a Labor daily at Bro ken-Hill.. ?_ , ' ' . Mr.- ,'Davo ''Bowman., leader of ,tho Parliamentary Labor Party, .sends tho following messago to 'Harrier Daily Truth' '. — 'Hoarty congratulations -ntt ostabishment -of ' Barrier Daily Truth.' ? IIopo it will bo the. tore runner of -many Labor dailies through out Austraia, and trust its influence .will bo used for tho advancement of Labor's great ideals.' Herbert - Hinchcliffe, secretary A.L.F., sends the - following message: — '.On behalf of- federated' unions of this State, accept heartfelt congratu lations on birth of first Australian union-ownc/1- and controlled , Lalior daily. ,May the 'Harrier Daily Truth' livo long and piovo ti-uo toltho, gicot cause it was' established to 'advouate.' Ilonry E. Boote, editor 'W...
NEWS AND NOTES. The Magistrate at Work. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
, ? A. - - — The Magistrate at Work. With tli« exception uf a iimintenancc caw, lepoiteil in unolher cnlumii, Mr. MrKf'iisey had little to occupy liib atten tion yesterday. A first oU'end'er came be foio him — an old man who 'liad reached the youiif of grey hairs before a thirst cost him five shillings. , Then another miserable who, fuddled with drink, forgot one of the first rules a.- community has to impose. And next the magistrate flat for a few minutes as a 'licensing Court, in oilier to consider (anil, grant) Mr. Ilii sell Kraut'/, an 'imcUniiPor's permit. , ' Salvation Army Enrcrprise. A new modern building is to be put up in Chappie Stroi^. ivory soon by the Sal vation Army as a Home. . Broken Hill's contribution to the Self Denial Fund is this jear £377. Australasia put up4he record sum of £33,7f)0. Metallic Filaments. A chapter in tlie romance of science may be icud into the item of business on the agenda of tlio Town Council — that metallic glow lamps be ordered from the m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
\ TOBACCO STORES, ' ALL, OVER THE TOWN. SWEET NELL CIGARETTES. - ?? 200,000 TO CLEAR. ' ' - 2d per Packet.- 8. Packets for Is. . LAWRENCE'S C307 :. 306 SHIPWRECK I Many a good boat has suiik through a leak. Have your work attended to by ':, ' Teag\ie and -$oia, EXPERT-'PLUMBEKS ONLY K.I PLOYED ' IN ALL BRANCHES. BATHS h..,-i BATH HEATERS. SKYLIGHTS. ICEOuESTS our Speciality. AKGENT STREET, next Seppolt and Son. ? 307THS335. -P. MO RRI^O,N, ARGWr STREET. s Opposite Demo Club. PRACTICAL TAILOR. NEW SUMMER GOODS. ' UP-TO-DATii METHODS. 'SPLKNiJID RANGE MATERIALS. R0CKB0TT0M' PRTCES. nnnrwi —'I «- »-- , -. ? ? ^ ? C307:300T.H.S.A.M. ' WWtF SMWING \ _Kil- , MACiflNB w ? ; ^l^^i - CoNSTj^/cnoN y \ Showrooms IQyJiiindleStJkdeiaide TRY THE ' i- Transvaal Tobacco^ ;aT ™^' GUFFY BROS., 6d au Ounce. oct73\vf: 31 ^8 ^ Advertisement. -£ , ^ To Commemorate the Birth of the 'Barrier Daily Truth.' Something to Kelp you Remember this occasion. Usual. SPE0IAL. '?IIIFPON VEILINGS, Half a Yard Wide, al...
BROKEN HILL QUARTETTE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
BROKEN HILL QUARTETTE CLUB. Brilliant harmony was displayed at tho Masonic Hall yesterday, when *,ho members of tho Broken Hill Quartette mot for tho purpose of rcliearshiK the pieces which they are to sin-; nt Miss Martha Bruggomann's fa rowel I concors Tho rendition of tho pieces refleot gre vt eiedit upon tho conductor, Mr. Jamoi ' The harmonious blending of tho voic. 5 unu tlio Clociueu tasio which uns-uuvii displayed in tho choico of tho pieces to bo rendered loaves nothing to 00 dosirod in tho way of voico displays.. Amongst tho pieces rendered at fho rohearsnl might bo mentioned '113'!, Doaicst, Rest,' 'On tho Moron,' 'They Kissod,'- and 'On tho Soa.' of tho stations. LOCAL. . , . Though thoro has boon a good ami of moaslos up to about a fortnight tigj, tlio genoral hoalth of tho local sch'O1 childien is now most satisfactiiy During tho past few days tho childroi have been much effected by tho heat which has occcasioned minor mtei-'i ti.i* bles. , . 1-, is anticipated that th...
SHARE MARKET. ("Barrier Daily Truth" Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
SHARE MARKET. (' Barrier Daily Truth ' Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Monday.. Broken Hill Gas (paid), b. 14/0. Barrier Wharf, b. 30/. . ',.,.'. iSilvcrton Trams, li; 87/3. Carmichaol Process, b. 1C/0, s. 20». ?? 'Ainu Corporation, sales '0/8, b. 5/8, «. 5/10. Associated, li.'20/3, s. 27/. Associated Northern' Blocks, b. 8/0, s. 0/2. Chaffcis, sales 0/8 to 0/0, b. 0/8, s. 0/0.' Cumberland, b. 4/2, s. 4/4 Vi. Golden Ridge, Hales 28/3 tlo 28/0, b. 27/0,' s. 28/. Golden Pole, b. 1/4%, s. 1/0. Boulder, salos 28/3, b. 28/3; s. 28/4'/j. Main reef, sales 7/8, 7/0, ? 7/7,; b. 7/0, (ind s. 7s. 7d. to ? Boulder, one, sales 0/u,'b. 0/7, .s. 0/0. Perseverance, b. 7/7, b; 7/0. Green Mount, b. IV/Z, s, !/?? Hainhault, b. 12/0. / Hannan's Star, siiles 6/3 to 0/8, b. 0/7, s. 0/0. , Iraiihoc, b. £8/8, s. £8/12. Kalgurlic, sales £8/10/0. Lake View Consols, b. 15/, s. 13/7%. Maianoa, sales 20/0, h. 20/0, s. 21/. North Maranoa, sales 1/0% and 1/0, b. 1/5, s. 1/7. Marvel Loch (paid), li. 2/1, s. 2/4. North K...
Fitzgerald's Novelty Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
'Fitzgerald's Novelty Circus. There was another crowded attend ance at Fitzgerald's Novelty Circus on '.the- Skating Rink last night, whon an excellent programme was again sub mitted. Tho Flying Herberts held tho audience spellbound wh'ilo they went through their aerial act without -a sinclo mistake. Another item that, bo came popular was tlio pony luglv jump ing. Tho littlo animal got over tho oft. lOin. bar. Tho programme will be repeated to-night, and there- will be: a matinee to-morrow afternoon. The Crystal Theatre was well filled with au appreciative audience last, night, when Dampier's Dramatic Coy.'s staged 'Robbery Under Anns.' Plie company upheld its reputation; The piece will be- repeated again to-night. There were also good attendances at Harris' Theatre Royal, where M. Cle ment Mason is showing some splendid pictures, and at the Empire Hall, where Mr. Los. Hayward is presenting nightly 0110 of his most popular programmes.
Meeting of Draughts Players. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
-Meeting of Draughts Players. A business meeting of the West Broken Hill Draughts Club was held- at the Allandale Hotel last night, the pre sident, Mr. H. Shelley, occupying the chair. ' The principal business at issue was the question of the scratch match now in course of play. This was, after li Ienffthv discussion, allowed to stand over until Wednesday. It was decided to bring the tournament now in pro gress to a conclusion on December 1st, when the man holding the greatest num ber of points will be entitled to the prize. Other business, dealing principally with club matters, was transacted and the meeting closed. ? The following are the players chosen to contest uie match with the North Olub, for premiership honors, to-morrow night at the Town Hall:— J. A. M. Shelley, H. Shellejy J. Hoarc,' J. Shad dock, J. Yeo, R. Rowe.'G. Kemp, J. Roe, J.. Lowric, B. Hayes, W. Hogg, and li. Hall.. ? ' ???'?'?' '
B GRADE QUICKSTEP. Selections of Own Choice. Maximum points for Music, 50. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
B GRADE QUICKSTEP. Selections of Own Choice Maximum points for Music, CO. No. 2 (Broken Hill Miuors').— 'Col- onel's Parade': Distano© and first ap proach: Not mueli brightness; scarce ly any attention paid to marks. So coml approach: More striking, with fulness of tone; very fair; rather rough, but tunoful ; good tempo. Points, 29. 'What did ybu think of tho wedding? Was I nervous 7' ' Well, p. little at first, dear, but not after Ituggie hadsaid 'I will.'' . ' . Lady Suffragette — ' Did. you ask that question at thu political mooting?' Friend — ' Yes.' Lady Suffragette — '?' What was the answer ?'.' Friend — ' Put her out.' ? . I say, pa, w.hat does it mean to live to a ripe old age ?' ' When a rich man gets to eighty, my son, he is at a ripe old age. A poor man is merely old and decrepit.' ' There,' said the honest dairyman, as he put a gallon of water into his two gallon . milk can. 'No one shall say that my milk is not clean. If that don't wash it, I don't know what will unless...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
AMUSEMENTS. /'^RYSTAL TUKYTllK. Direction of ? Bort Sayors. . ??'TIIR ALFRED DAMPIER DRAMAT IC COMPANY. 'ROBBERY UNDER ARMS,' CRYS TA!., TO-NIGHT. Tliat Splendid Soul-stirring Hush Drama tlint lins preceded all ^otlibr Dramas for many years. ,' * . .'*'. TO-NIGHT. 2s., Is. 'Gd., Is. TO-NIGHT. .- '? TO-NIGHT. 2s., Is. Gd., Is. TO-NIGHT. CRYSTAL THEATRE.' ' CRYSTAL THEATRE. 308.' TClITZGERALD'S CIRCUS. Proprietress . . . . Mrs. T. Fitzgerald. uiulor tho direction of ? Savors and Crptncr. UNEQUIVOCAL SUCCESS AOAl N LAST NEOHT. CKOWDEl) TO THE DOQRS. EVERY ACT EN.1OY El). ALSO THE CHAMPION IflCill .U'MTIXC HOUSE, WHO HAS A RE CORD Ol1' fill.-. i)in. ? THE WONDERFUL FLYING HERB ERTS. A WORLD HEATING ACT. 'JO UK KEEN TO HE REALISED. AGAIN TONIGHT. I'RIC'KS: -Is , 3s., and 2s.- PLm Rink OJiico MATINEES: WEDNESDAY AM) SATURDAY. CHILDREN, 3s. .-EVERYWHERE. General Manager, 1HOS. IlERBER'l DON'T FORCET LABOR DAILY BALL, TRADES HALL, WEDNESDAY NICHT. ROLL UP AND MAKE THE WOMA N'S FUNCTION A SU...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
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PULPITS AND PEWS OF THE BARRIER. Summaries of The Sermons Preached on Sunday. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. Rev. J. Paterson Preached on "Give An Account of Thy Stewardship." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
; PULPITS AND PWS Of THE BARRIER. Summaries of The Sermons Preached on Sunday. ? By Clergymen of All Denominations. ST. ANDREWS CHURCH. Bcv. J. Paterson Preached on ' Give An . Account of Thy Stewardship.' The Biblu contains a progressive revel ation of mini's duties. It allows how men were led up l-y God's spirit to al fuller and higher ctnical idea. All through life is regarded as a stewardship. Selfishness is absolutely ngainnt God's ?will, but there are varying motives of our service. Then truce Uiis deepening of spiritual motive from Samson : — endued with »*jii.ai/inl iKHmr ? finmr.. rniicli jind sen sual; his motive a personal fe\id, but still he was God's instrument in saving Israel from the. Philistines. So every man mny p'.ay Ms pint in fight against evil and wrong. Samuel : Patriotic with national ideas: also hi'. £(\w the need of moral obedience, but this character likely to degenerate into .Jingoism or a blind obedience to God only partially understood ; heuce fanatical...