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INTERVIEW WITH MR. SEBPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
INTERVIEW WITH MR. . SEBPIIE. - After Rinaldo had:-. soared' a\vay from earth, Mr. C. J. Sebpiic, wlio had re mained within the balloon during the whole time occupied by its inflation, was interviewed by a representative of 'Bar- rier Daily Truth.' - The latter found Mr. Sebpiic, who is li little 'man,- bathed in perspiration. Great drops clung to his forehead and checks, 'and joining ' together, coursed down his face. ' Jie seemed to have trouble m Keeping 111cm out or 111s eyes. ' Is not the heat very trying inside the. balloon ?' Was asked. ? ' It took, me all niy. time to .keep it up to-day,' was the reply. ' It was very' hot to-day. I was there from 25 to. 30 minutes. . As' a .rule one does not fnt-'lmrnfc*...'':t.hoii''li' his coat - is: 'often sebrch'cd. ^ Sometimes you: have to cliitch the ..stack for' support.' If you fiiil . you are .donc\ As long . as you keep' y our feet aiid yminlicMj ypii- arei'a^ ? f ' Whch asked wliatwas tlic danger, of failiii^.'Mr. :.Scbplie. said ...
THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
TIIE SPORTS. v During the afternoon the Great Bould er Tobacco Sheffield Handicap and Vice roy Tea Bicycle Raco were run, under -the direction of the Barrier Ranges Athletic League and League of Wheelmen. Tho two evens were very well carried out, and provided an additional attraction'to the afternoon's programme. Tlie following were the officials of the two spurting bodies : — Barrier Ranges Athletic League. — Judges, Messrs. W. Merritt and II. bun dv ; referee, Mr. A. W. Edwards ; start er. Mr. D. W. Elcmininir : handicanner and master ,of track, Mr. J. Due., .ord ; recording steward, Mr. G. McBeth ; sec retary, Mr. A. Ross. League of Wheelmen. — Judges, Messrs. W. Fleming and II. Mav; referee, Sir. J. Tonkin j stewards, Messrs. R. Dennis und Pound; handieappcr, Mr. Hulbert. ; secretary, Mr. II. S. Ancn. Mr. N. L. CJqates officiated in the capacity of timekeeper. ' In the first heat of the Sheffield Handi cap, there were only two starters, W. Firth; '15 Vayds., 1 ; J. J. Ilawcs, 18...
SULPHIDE CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
SULPHIDE CORPORATION. During the four weeks ended November 14, 13,457 tons were milieu at the Central Mine, producing 3132 tons of leady.con-: centrates. 11,039 tons of tailing:, were also treated, producing ? 40iy.^ tons. .. of zinc concentrates. . :r ; : At the Cockle Creek works, .during: the same period, 44U3 tons 01 leauy tratcs, residues, and purchased Korea were-. fineiLcu, yichling 1105. t'onsiofjleady con- ^ centrates, containing', 0543-:oz3.igold0and ? ?.1*1.27!) ozs. silver. There were also . produced 7,-1 .tons . of / spelter. . ' ? ? ' *
VV.HAT-TrfE-" ARCUS MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
WHAT TrfE 'ARCUS' SAYS. ? v r. [!: Truth's ' : Spccial , Service.] - : ? i ?ilELBOUItNEi^Satufday.fA; ^'C'bihmeiitingwbn. tlie .situation luid the latest devclopinehts,' tjie:'''A.rgus,' iii':it leading 1 columns s : tins morning . states ?''J'hure, si! lts/iiftlieiiegotintioiis .between the reprcseu tatives dr, the dill'ercnt Bro ken II ill companies; as; to the~adoption of .?'tt'-'eajt'initSA:-e'oitrsQ,i-bf ^tictibti iii ' vbsjitect to' dedlingVKvitliVthe;. wiigo! cpicstion lias bceji.-'to create ; wnat . one director terms ?a big fracture in the ranks of tlie com panies.'. ' 7 . 'This arises from a want of agreement as to the attitude to be observed to: wards tlie domaii(13 ot tne unions at Broken llill for an increase in the wages. The question has been thoroughly inves tigated by a committee representing the whole of the companies on the lino of louc in the light of their earnings and the conditions of labor and living at the Barrier.' Tlie 'Argus' then goes on to explain the o...
(From our Melbourne Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
(From our .\!e!bourno Correspoiulen1-. ) 0])inion- on 'Change.- is that i the Pro prietary^ in. pulling- out of i-tlie . Confer- ence, is. playing, for- ii-rise -in load, and that Air.. .- Delprab : . thinks that, three months' stoppage-will pay. In that tune, the shortage due to the reduction- in -the output— the Proprietary -sells 1000 . tons a . w'ccji— will-ihave : sent - lead -?.iiprrpos-.- sibly-tliev boom in .trade -expected in; the United - States -wiiKhave arrived; there may even be .war.-in Eastern Europe. As: soon as prices have hardened., the. B.H.P.; win start again,- ?? and m a; month (if. the »..|..l- .-l-nnt mu-hnn'..M-a»tf fni-Mio dead^ ?:; expenditure incurred' during, i the stoppage. - As the best of its .1,000 men would have been picked up;: by the- other, comjianies, and .many ?would:, have j.loft tne Barrier, Slrir-Delprat would -,liavo to re-start .withwliat. he could get, -but that cannot be lie'pLd An; alternative' explanation is that tlie Bdl.P.: is tired i...
AMUSEMENTS. ALL STAR COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
. AMUSEMENTS. ALL STAR COMPANY. Thero was an enjoyable change of programmo at tho Crystal Theatre on Saturday evening, and all the old favor ites received a good rccc-ption. In the second part of tho programmo Bovis and Darley mado a distinct ' hit' in their Scotch sketches, and were repeat edly encored. Mr. Leonard Nelson camo out with an entirely now budget of songs and maintained his popularitj* with Broken Hill audiences. Tho Clif ton Bros, mado their first appearance in Broken Hill in a marvellous exposi tion 011 Roman rings, and received a well-morited applause.
THE MENZIES ELECTION. Gregory Leading by 22 Votes. Returns Yet Incomplete. A STIRRING, BITTER CONTEST. PERTH, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
THE Kits ELECTION. Gregory leading by 22 Votes. Returns Yet incomplete. . A STIRRING, BITTER CONTEST. , [' Truth's ' Special Service.] -- PERT If, Sunday Night. . Last Friday's elections at Menzies were probably: the most stirring and bit terly contested ever, fought in this. State. Each side was , out to win, -and .'?.when the final -returns- are retfeived, it is* an-' ticipated^thatv there will be found tbj have been .a.- record . percentage ol votes polled. The results - which came to hand yes-.i teiday, show- that Mr.-(!rocrorv fev-Min- ! islcr for Mines) 'has made a decided' im- provement 011 the figures ' polled in his favor at the previous contest, -when the i Labor candidate, ; Buzacott, won. - ' Sir. Gregory's supporters are very jub ilant, : and. they confidently predict that -lie -will w in with a majority of from T-0 to. 100 .votes. Buzacott considerably im . proved his position at the head booth in Menzies, compared with the votes polled for him nt the previous election...
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
THEATRE ROYAL. Mr. Los. Hayward's Empire Hall Co. appeared at tho Theatro Royal on Sat urday evening to a good house, with their grand picture and vaudevillo show. Overi 5,000ft. of Alms were shown, and incluued tho great Marathon Race, held this year, Tlio Strugglo for Life, Jones and Thomas in doubles, Pagden and Stahloy in sketches, togothor with other humorous pictures.
WHAT MESSRS. GAMBONI AND BARNETT THINK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
WHAT MESSRS. GAMBONI AND BARNETT THINK. :. A|rcpresontativ6' of; this paper' had an interview with .Mcs'srs. T. ' Gaiiiboni and iW.'D.:Barhet't.(Presideiit and Secretary of ItheHCbmbincd;; 'Unions ' aiid' A..SLA.) last night,'.' and.:. elicit^H'tiio^follpwing in for- .inm'Uo»ji;.-3i&o*J3tirtfbti^-i'aefcins. as spokes man :-r ' ._ . I. rcceived .a Wire on Saturday night from. Mr'. Waihwriglit- (lion, secretary of the;- Jlino ^Managers' rAssociation) advis ihg:-mfe':,thatrtho^^M .Managers would arrive' 'iii; ^Broken Hill-on Tuesday morn ?\ng nextj Svh'ch the:niattcr of a further conference would' lie arranged. The Pro prietary .Caiupanj''s action in withdraw ing from the Mining Companies' Commit tee was certainly .unexpected. In fact, I thought they would naturally go through with ; the conference, at which they would give us tho result of their deliberations on the proposals submitted by the Combined Unions' delegates. The Proprietary Mine is registered under the Industrial* ...
BRITISH LICENSING BILL. THIRD READING CARRIED IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
BRITISH LICENSING BILL. ? A ? 'THIRD READING CARRIED IN . THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Router's Service.] LONDON; Sunday. ' . ? iAt tlie end.of a bitter debate on the third readmg^.of the Jjicensing Bill, . Mr.. As- ? qiutn : (Prime Minister) -^vigorously de- i 1 ended its piowsions -.s Tlni measure, as -altered in ? committee, i represented;- lie saul,i the good sense and well-considered judgmcnt-'ofv the Ifouse, :: and while it .would not go. as far as the temner.inei! uartv lni'rht wisli: it would substantially reduce the temptations to : drunkenness. After- speeches - from the : Opposition, eoiuloniiiing t Ho I'.ill as confiscatory and unworkable, the third reading was car ried by ;150 votes to 113. . It was at once sent up to the House of Lords and formally-read a first time.
NAVAL RIVALRY. German Estimates for 1909 Show an Advance of £3,000,000. THREE "DREADNOUGHTS." LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
NAVAL RIVALRY. German Estimates for 1909 Show an Advance of £3,000,000. \ THREE ' DREADNOUGHTS.' [Router's Service.] LONDON, Sunday. Germany's: Naval Estimates for 1000 are. issued. . They- show ail expenditure of. V£3,000, 000 above the total for tlio current year, which was ? -? £10,083,000. Of:. the: ; increase: £2,-! 37,000 -is', an noii. recuiiing items'' . The sum of ;C7.000,000 is apportioned for new construction, .whereof . i;4,250,000 is to be met by a loan, and . the remaind er out of ordinary revenue. . ? j-iiu UQiiimiLcs ? jmivjue a ? nrsi' - ujipro priation -. towards the -cost of- three Dreadnoughts, one Indomitable, 1 two -small : cruisers, twelve : destroyers,: and some submarines:'- . ? Orders for torpedo boat destroyers, to the value of £1)00,000 have been placed recently by the. British Aumiralty with shipbuilders oil the Clyde, and these have now been supplemented by orders for £000,000 worth ol warships. ??The Daily Chronicle' :;:i ys the new expenditure is to b...
THE HIGH COMMISSIONERSHIP. COLONIAL SECRETARY PLEADS THAT ONE SHOULD BE APPOINTED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
THE HIGH C0MMISSI0NERSHIP. ????, - ? ? 9 ? . COLONIAL SECRETARY PLEADS ..THAT ONE SHOULD BE AP . ^ POINTED. ' . [Renter's Service.}'. . . ' ^ ^ LONDON, Sunday. . The' Earl of. Crewe, :m-. an. : interview- with .Dnmcl O'Connor, has. expressed suf-; prise :that : Australia: lagged -.so 'far. be^; hind Canada, South Africa, and New Zea land- in encouraging: : emigration; ? He pleaded for the appointment ot a High Commissioner. :lte. said he had more ;thnn:onee urged that the Commonwealth should- make, an carly^ -.selection of a weH, mformed Representative, who would be iuseful -.t0 . the Colonial Oflice, and bene- | ficial.toHlie Commonwcalfli. ' -: ,. i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
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THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
o.iL a ^ ^ (By ' GRAND FLANEUR.') ? TUFTS OF - TURF. | That brilliant horso Iolairc has.-bcen sold -to go to India, .whoro liis .pur cliuscr liwa hopca of. winning tlie y icc* roy's Cup with him. This groat son of Grafton has. proved himself; in; the last 12 months about tlio best horse on tho Australian turf up , to a mile nnd a quarter, and in his new- home should do well, though as for winning tho Viceroy Cup, which is of a milo ana tnreo quarters, iumiiu » m uuu tho distance a bit beyond him. v Other horses ho will have to meet include In dian and English cracks, and Inst year's Australian importations in Apologue, Ebullition, Currandooley, Laclilan, l'ic turosqun, and Tangaroa, who aro all intended for the great Indian Cup event. Akim Foo, who won the Rosstown Plato at G'auliiold oil' Saturday, is one of tho cast-iron sort, and generally, turns up a winner when the stable least oxpact it. Ho has . ben . kept in ac tivo training for, tlio- last 18 months, and seems to thrive on ...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
BOXING. . llock lioys is doing solid work at tho Empire Hall. ' Ho skips, shadow spars, wrestles, and does some diffi cult floor exorcises,; designed to develop tho/ abdominal and dorsal muscles. Writer, saw him 'box three solid' rounds, with Archie Hamilton, who has put up somo good contests in Melbourne.' Though . shorter than -. Keys, 'ho is heavier, and made tilings willing; Keys states that' -if . he beats Truscott he wilt bo able to another match with, Arthur Douglas or Greenshiolds. For this , this reason he is anxious to get the verdict- to-niglit. Tniscott is likov. iso a.fter a match with- Bob Green-, shields,- -- whom, lie says- -he could cct to come to the : Barrier for a- contest if lie were to beat Keys. : If- he. de 'feats-tlie larter; lie says lie can; claim the lightweight championship of Aus tralia. vv In- that case, he would have no difficulty :in . getting other , good matches as'wel!. ' He is looking', really fit, and should' make. Hock Keys ex tend himself to t...
SHARE MARKET. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
SHARE MARKET. [' Truth'* ' Spccial Serrice.] ^ ADELAIDE,' Saturday l.iglit'. Dettnier and Eischbieth: (per .J. C. Kleinliammcr) supply the latest share quotations, from business -transacted on. 'Change to-day: — Proprietarys, s. 41/. British (olil), b. 17/9. British (new), salca 10/0. ... Block 10, b. 05/. Junctions, sales 2/10. Norths, 1). 58/. ? - ^ ' Souths (paid), .iM £3 JO/. , . Souths (con.), sales ,C3 7/6. South Blocks, b. 24/. Junction Norths, t). 23/. Wallaroos, sales 3D/9. O. K., b. 5/0; s. 5/8. Great Boulder Perseverance, - Jj. -/1, s. 7/2. 'Zinc Corporations, b. 0/. vjolden Links, saics 0/2, ? - ? . Lake View Consols; sales 15/4-/'. ; Cliauei's, b. .7/7, s. 7/S., . Enislciglis, sales 12/. . ?
LONDON SHARE MARKET. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
LONDON SHARE MARKET. [' Truth's ' Spccial Scrvicc.] . ? ADELAIDE, Saturday. Dettnier ami Kisehbiclh (pur Kleiniiammer) supply the latest London quotation!! under even date, as under: — Proprietary, b. '11/. Block 10, b. 05/3. British, b. 17/3. _ „ Souths (paid), h. 73/. ? . ' ** Norths, b. 5S/!). ? ? ' Zinc Corporation (pref.),,-b.v32/0. ; Zinc Corporation (ord.), Ij. 5/7 '/a- ? Mount Elliotts, b. S7/0. Lake View Consols, h. 1-1/1). . ; - . CliatTer'H, b. 7/3. ?. tircat Boulder Perseverance, ,0.. 0/0. , l lannun Stars, b. (5/0.