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PENSIONS APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

'''PENSIONS APPLICATIONS'. ' - fjinco (lie passing of the Invalidity, and. Accidents Pensions Act, whipji' came iiito opeiation early this year, there have been 210' applications' for pensions in Bioken Hill— less than ten per cent. ,of which 'have been under the, Old Age Pensions Act. Tin* ages of applicants 'under the Invalidity and AcVhIoiiIh Pensions Act. langed fiom 1(1 to SO yea:-. i

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUNERAL OF EMILY RENTON. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

FUNERAL OF EMILY RENTON.'. ? The funeral 'of the late Mrs.-' Emily Runlon 'left the AVhite Lead* Dairy on Wednesday, at half-past 1 o'clock. - The cortege was iibqul' a quarter of.'a mile ,jn length. The remains were intoned in the ISrokcn Hill (Jeneial Cemotoiy. The funeral arrangements weru.i carried out by Messrs. -l. Polkinghoinc and Co.% Tho ltev. Theobald (Jlethodist) oll'ered players at the graveside, and a service was conducted by the Salvation Army captain. t ' x

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
N.S.W. CHIEF JUSTICE. THE GOVERNMENT HAS NOT YET CONSIDERED WHO WILL SUCCEED SIR FREDRICK DA[?]LEY. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

''7'n.s.w. chief justice. ;the;-'cov.ernment has not yet considered who will succeed ',., sir fredrick darley. \' [' Truth's ' SpeeiaL Service.] ; 1 SVDXEV. Fiiilnv N'iirM When asked this afternoon if anything , had-, been decided in connection with the ., appointment of u successor to Sir ,j 'Fredoi iek. Dnrley as Chief Justice ol New South Wales, tho Piomier (Mi. j AVade) said that up lo the present tin1 j Government hud no official know ledge ol Ji Sir Frederick's retirement. ; ? '-.Mr.' 'AA'adc was then a'sked if theio \, was'any truth in the minor that a well- s' known K.C. w s to get the Chief .luv |$ ticeship for twelve months, and that fe '«-.Vlvir.;,..;\vuuuj -, WdllKl- tlieu- IU1CC 10 Bs{ over, i ' ' , ' ' ?' H , -In leply, he said that tho matter had 1$ not yet even boon considered by the K3 Government. ' ? »H

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISINTEGRATION. WHAT VARIOUS UNION OFFICIALS THINK ABOUT THE BARRIER SOCIALIST GROUP AND THE ATTITUDE OF THIS PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

, DISINTEGRATION. WHAT VARIOUS UNION OFFICIALS THINK ABOUT THE. BARRIER SOCIALIST CROUP AND THE ATTITUDE OF THIS PAPER. Tlie liuding aitlclo on ? Disintpgni- ?? 'lion,' which appeared in this paper i on AVednesday last, has created quite ?': a stir in unionist circles. ' The condemnation and impeachment !' of tho Gioupists was certainly stionfjly r put, but it is the general opinion that ?; tne illogical tactics - of this anti-Labor j ?organisation nbt onlv merited it, but ;; demanded it.- ? . ?' 'in tjiu . ciyium UllltTIIliS UX * \ilUi JJUIJUI movement have been gained by the pi.u- ; tiee of so.uhuity, and any organisatiuii ';? which- pi otenfls -to bo working-class in its inteiests and lefuses to accept this Kicat principle can only bo labelled as daiiRcious to llio Labor movement. ; With a view'. of giving our loaders tho official unionist opinion on tho mat ter, we' print below several statements which saeak for themselves. 5I,r. T. Gamboni, piesident of the A.M.A., said that 't...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

r$ - . -a3 ' GIVE AWAY. i . . i — - ... _ , , _ ? „____ _ . , . i W, C. D AVIESj, Argent Street $ and - Pat ton. Street, South. Broken Hill. BUSINESS NOTICES. UNDERCLOTHING SECTION. A Source of Wonder and Surprise to Everyone. NO WOMAN whoso time- is of any consequence- will think of making upV anything tlml can he bought leady-mado at BOAN'S NOTORIOUSLY LOV/ PRICES. , A New Lino of Ladies'.' Fine LON CCLOTH NICHTDRESSES, with In sertion Yokes. .TCxlia liaigo Sizes. - ',','-' ? At BOAN BROS. ONLY— '--',- ? PRICE, 2/11 Each. -h .Radios' .Pino WHITE LAWN WALKINC SKIRTS, with Soveial Tucks at Foot. Sizes 38 to 4-I inches. - '' ' ' At BOAN BROS., ONLY HALF A CROWN Each. READY-MADE CAMBRIC COSTUMES, both Light and 'Dark, with Linen Coilais, made of the Best Fieneh Cambucs, in all si^es. At BOAN BROS., ONLY— '*.*?' 6/6 Each. ' v ' Maids' and Children's SIioiir WAV.E PRINT FROCKS, sizes 2-Jin. to 36in ', - At BOAN BROS., ONLY— ' % ? ' PRICE, 1/11 Each. REMEMBER THE OLD SAYING— No matter wh...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOMAN'S SPHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

'THE WOMAN'S SPHERE. ? « ? (liY Ol'Ii LADY ICniTOi:.) A chuiigi' of a''' is consitlcicd lijusnme sis ubsolutcly liooes'sai y to keep up tliu health st. unhurt And the veiy best-time to tnkc it is from ; November- to yKebm mj. 'J liirf ii the fjcneially accepted time on the Hui i Ici'. Tlie e\odus -lm^ begun.' I'nfoilnmitoly, in ninny instances nioiuly because of nnsettlod 'iiulustiial condi tions, many of our lowubfolk have gone to seek Jiesh Holds mid ptisluics new. Some liave postponed their annual holi days, pending development. Otheis are ]-iepaiing foi migiation. Amongst these .ue the I locking family,' who aie going to Jeinu Block ]0 in social ihnkne'ss. The Ihltons aKo will soon be on the wing, ?uid the Jiryaut. family, befoie. leaving — it is whispered abroad— aie piepaiing toi a Sioei.il llutter. t ?- , Poit Victor is the fashionable South Australian summer lesoit. ; It is also known to many us ''JJioken Uill by the bea,'_on acount of the nuinhci of liioken Hill people «ho ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

ARBITRATION. Sir, — The letteis which appear in youi columns advising the mcmbcis ol the A.JI.A. not lo register under the Federal Arbitration Act (when one sees the signa tures ul the bottom) aic not at all »ui prising. But * would like to asic those wiiteis as to their experience of the New Zealand Abt. upon the lines of which our! Federal Act isjonned. _ Now, I have worked in New Zealand, as a trades unionist, under the jvee there, and .1 long ago came to tuu conuiiittiuii that'll waa fifty years ahead of anything we have in Auslialia, or aie likely to have if tliC'Giiy Faw^es red rag Social ist biigade get our workers by the wool, as they appear lo haie done to some, ex tent on the Barrier. Just you think for a moment, Sir. Is there a Labor paper in Xew Zealand t Are not all the papers there owned by Fat ? I can state on oath that it is Fat. and Fat almost exclus ively, that is kicking about the New Zea land Act. But the Capitalistic pi ess there says its the worker, amlj of cou...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERTINENT QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

PERTINENT -QUERIES. '?Flannel Flower' writes: — ''One of the questions that has been perplexing me of late 'is this: If the delegates are suc cessful in their endeavor lo make 'all men unionists, will the Chinese laundry mcu and greengrocers oe allowed to con tinue ill jusiucss here'; It seems to me that cMiii now Ihe people aicjacking in the piinciples of. unionism when they buy otl' aliens in prefeienee to white men; in fact, I believe some people spell union in this manner. 'benefit society.1 ? 'If* seems lo me that if our people would only interpret ..lie worn unionism in a pioper manner it would be one of the noblest terms that eouiu be used. I consider this question of alien dealers should be uiscussed oy women, and that they should use every endeavor to have this stain removed fiom our city.1 What rot this woman wiilcs!' but T can as sure you that ic is not lot. f know one town' of only 2000 inhabitants, yet for 13 ycins or more no Chinaman has ever lived there,' nor been abl...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RIFT IN THE LUTE. THE HOSPITAL SECRETARY AT-TACKED AND ASKED TO RESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

A RIFT IN THE LUTE. THE HOSPITAL SECRETARY AT TACKED AND ASKED TO RESIGN. The close of the meeting of tho Boaid of Management of llie Hospital, was of a somewjial stormy character, the secre tary, Jlr. Dumaresq, being brought to task for entering into private business outside that of thu hospital. Mr. Gray asked the Chairman if'the Board received the whole of the Secre tary's time, or if he devoted, a portion of it to; outside affairs^ - The Cliairmain: I believe we'get the whole of his time. The secretary : My work c.Nlcnds I-e- yon(l,lhe hours of !) -o o into the night. 1 have an interest in a business in the town, ''the Barrier Pioperly Exchange,' but I have a manager in it. I am, 1 think entitled to iinest my money us 1 like, and 1 give my whole lime from 0 a.m. to 5 p.m. lo the hospital. Jlr. Bristowo : I thought an agree ment was in force and signed, tlial the secretary must not go into business out side that of the hospital. k The Chairman : It should have been signed, but so...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE WORKERS' POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE WORKERS' POWER. (sir, — ' Unionist ' chastises me for pointing out some benefits that have been obtained by the workers from arbitiation. Firstly, lie wants to know if I am the same Win. Jfiilty that took the 'no sin render' stand in connection with the-X.P.U.'/ In reply, yes. There is positively no analogy between the -stand I tooiv in- the -first, place and writ ing in favor of registration under I he federal Aibitration Act in the- second. We nil know that Wade (with the Em ployers' Federation) introduced into the Stale Parliament about six months ago a form, of arbitiation that was consider ed by the great majority of workers an Act lo crush trades unions. Any body of iiicsponsiblcs- could enter into an agieemenl, and have, same registered and made law. Knowing llio N.l'.U. stood in that position; knowing they were going to meet the mining managers; knowing they had the power to make an agreement deciding what should be the future conditions on the lin...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

CONTINENTAL. ' Arrangements are being made for IJic holding of a Continental in the Skating Rink, wliich is admirably suited for the purpose. For' tho past few years tho Control Reserve has been used, when enormous crowds have attended. Band music, pictures, displays, dances, and singin, and '-onie. of the items fiom the reoent pantomime in the Tow n Hall will be included in tho programme.. 'The promoter is Jlr. J. .1. Correll.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICEROY TEA CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

VICEROY TEA CARNIVAL. To-day is the fust day of the balloon ascent and sports to be held on the Western Oval. Any a'dult will be ad milted lo the ground oii-presentation ol an empty one pound packet of Viceroy lea. To those not having tea, 1/ will be charged,; and to the first 1,800 men thus paying, a (id. plug of Great Boulder tobacco will be given.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

WEDDTNGS. Quito a stylish wedding w.is solemn ised by the Rev. Mr. Fineli, at the Wes leyan Chuicli, Cential Stieet, .South Bio ken Hill, 'on Wednesday. The contacting ])aities were Miss Mabel Battle and irli. Howaid Gibson— of the-Goveinment Tiamwaj1 — both resi dents of South Bioken Hill. The b'ride woie a lovely empiie gown of rinh wlntft silk, tlin vol;n .mul «;lnr-rpt; ?\\eie ot tuckered net. haiuKomely em bioideied veil, and eoionet o£ orange blossoms, the gift of £he biidegioom — a gold bangle, set with 'rubies and peal Is — a shower bouquet of white car nations and feins. , , Miss Jlollie Williams made n chaiming bridesmaid, in hei soft, A\hite silk /lock, and pale blue pasementeied triinniings, and quaint pale blue.- Hoi present fiom tlie biidegioom was a^lhindiome silvei baeked iniiioi, wbieh, of couise, she didn't wear. The biide \u-.s given away by her bio ther. Mr. J. Baitle, and Mr. ''Sid C.ibson, brother of the hiidcgioom was best man Mr. E. C. Bartle — youngest bi ot...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HINT FOR THE BAIRNS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

A HINT FOR THE BAIRNS. A sorapbook made from the pictures in seed catalogues, will not only amuse children but also teach thorn the names of common vegetables and flowers. Kven Che little, packets in which the seeds are ^old can lie utilised. Tlie pictures of vcotablcs may be carefully cut out and ' arranged in groups, either on cards or in a blank book, and. the flowers treated in the same way. We have tried this, and found that children learn to know the dillejenl llowcis and \egetables quite easih. and never tiie of the book.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Lady Editor wishes to intimate to correspondents that on account of sickness, correspondence has not been dealt with this week, further than to note with pleasure a letter from ' Soc ialist,' also one from '' Annie.' If 'Soc- ialist' has not found the book she wants, Lady Editor will be. pleased to forward a copy after hearing to that effect! 'Flannel Flower' will be glad to know that bur last loiter was much appreci ated by '' Socialist,' and the information given was advantageous.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RESIDENT DOCTOR'S QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

A RESIDENT DOCTOR'S QUARTERS. At last night's meeting -^f the Board of ^Ianngcmcnt of the Bioken. llill Hos pital, Dr.' Seabiook (Resident .Medical Officer) asked if it was intended to pro ceed ,with the proposal to erect' new quarters for him.. . . Mr. Ciicy : 1 ha\o fought' for you all along, Dr., and I think .something should bo done. We -ear-marked £:),U00 jthis year for building purposes, ^'and - I thought the doctor's^ residence ,was , to i:umo uui*.m wmb umuiuit. - The Chairman: The' contract for the new ward amounts to £2,100, and furii; ishings, etc., will run into another, £400, hence tlieie is not sufllcicut in, hand to build t lie residence, as it will cost from £000 to ,C700. it is a matter''which re quires our early and tamest attention, but 1 do not think it wise -that we should deal with the matter, as our term of oflipc will uvniru shortly. We might loso tho workers' subsidy- foe three or four months, hut f hope not. The/ posi- tion, however, must -be faceil. If we'...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

BROKEN HILL HOSPITAL. The m-diuury monthly meeting oflhe Hoard of ^lamigoiueiiL of tin: IJr-ii:eii Hill llospit.il was held ill the be'iet.uy'1, ollice lust night. I'resent:— Mr, .1. MeKcnsey, .S.ftf. (in .(he ehair). and -Messrs'. (.'o!e liatch, I!. Kmeiy, H. Ciiay, II. S. Allen, \V..Y-. Drisuoll, J. Brislowe, and the Med ical Officer (Ur. Seabrook). V1XANCE REPORT. S Tin1, following statement of estimated income and actual expenditure from 1st fo 31st October was adopted: — Receipts: Workers' contiibulions. .Cl'.K! 17/S; sub sidies, .toil 1/ij subsidies icceiyable from subsidising conipauies, .CSo '.'i/'i; direct Hubaunptiona and benelits, aver age per month, .L'liO; maintenance fees, .CIS 8/iO; fioverninent sulw,jy, claim able, .C250; total, .S(il2 11/3. JApendi ture: guneiiji account. £'2l)fH/I; salaiies and wages, £3 Id 2/-»j sundries. £lll~10/; total, £031/1(1/5. JJulicil, .C22/.V2. MEDICAL .OFFICERS' R Kl'OllT. Tho Ifedieal Officer (Dr. Seabiook) presented the following lepor...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSISTANT MEDICAL OFFICER. CARRIED BY THE WORKERS' REPRESENTATIVES AT THE HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

ASSISTANT MEDICAL OffiCER. CARRIED E5Y THE WORKERS' HE PRESENTATIVES AT THE HOSPI TAL MEETING. At pruviciiiK uieetiiiijs of the. Board of lMana^einer.t of tiio iir'okcii J. £111 Dis trict Uoij-it;\l, thu 'matter of appoint nif; an a».sistant medical officer to help Or. fsenbrook in tho dif-chaigo or his Iniiiy and uiduou-i duties had been lioufy diseusted. 'J'ho .subejet camo up again :a the meeting of the boa id last night. ? A ics'ilutiun .'.tood in the iiamo of Sir. Diisooll to tho cited that it was desirable tiiat an assistant medical man should br- i.p]»iiitjd, and tho chairman' bl.at-!-l that. !io' bad caused the following letter to bo despatched :— - ? Depait-.uont ol Public Health, \ ' Sydney, N.S.W. x ' , October 27. Sir, — A piop-j.sal is now befoic tho committee of the hospital to appoint a second losidcul medical officer, ana at tho last meeting it was suggested that reference bo made to you as to whether you would wise any objection to tho proposal. At tho present time ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEDICAL OFFICER QUESTIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

MEDICAL OFFICER QUESTIONED. At the monthly meeting of the Boaid of Management of the Bioken llill Hos pital la=l evening, Dr. Seabrook, the {esiileut Medical Oilicor, underwent a lengthy ciosa-examination, as follows, in relation lo all'aiis connected w(ith the management of the institution: — 1. Have their been any eases of delay in attention to patients V— -Dr. Seabiook: No! Does it not happen in eases of accident fni. ndinisi-inii infn tlin ITosililal that the Hospital is 'communicated 'with by tele phone some, considerable time befoielhe patient ariives? — Yes. as a rule! It. Is it not a fact that, in seiious eases of dangerous accidents of any soi t, the medical man has attended to the in jured person ur persons prior to llio re moval from the scene of the accident'; — Yes; only temporarily. 4. State 'what arrangements are made for the speedy attention for patients at the Hospital.— Every attention is given. 5. Is it' not the usual custom to allow patients to lemain for some li...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMAN SAILOR DROWNED. BODY FOUND FLOATING IN THE BRISBANE RIVER. BRISBANE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

GERMAN SAILOR DROV/NED. ? *—? ? □ODY FOUND FLOATING IN THE BRISBANE RIVER. [''Truth's' Special Service.] BRISBANE. Friday Ninht. The body of Christian Gabhaidt,' a sailor on the Gorman steamer Ciel, was found floating in tho I5risbano Iliver to-day.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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