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A SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Discord Amongst the Proprietary Mine Directors.—Mr. Delprat Likely to Resign. BLOCK 14 AND THE ZINC CORPORATION AFFECTED. MEETING OF COMBINED UNIONS LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
[?] Discord Amongst ik Proprietary pine Directors. — Mr. Delprat Likely to feign. BLOCK 14 AND THE ZINC CfORATION AFfECTED. MECTINC OF COMBINED UNIONS LAST NIGHT. / liuinois of-a niosL diicourngiiig nature weio ?tin.ciiculaluiu dm m^ ^p teulav as'lo.lhe^'Tearto'liVMo.- l!ic vvillidiivt il of the l?i oprieinry Mine fioin the arranged confeienee, anil liom a most, reliable feomce we hn;c Uamcil Hint ihcre is cveiy leason to place inoic than v stm bianco of liulh on this unpleasant piece ol news v s Mi Dvlpuil, as eveijonc knows, i a tower ot sticnglli m Liokcn Hill initung matteirf, and bis woid, sutmisc, oi c\en the coininonplacc. lenuuk ho mi'- make, aie all weighed v.ilh eaiv ? and thotiglit on the pait of thn--e who aie affected, oi who ii'.iv hcai them . _, C!!ni-lnia-- is coining Up -n us with all its chci'iful and hcai t-enlifling ioices, jut it seems -.jd Unit al the veiy time i-.il Hi mid it-, inhabitant-, should be al peace and »oml will v ith one anothei, theie shoulil be e...
PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
pedestrianIsm. Poutlo's brilliant running in England of late has been quite up to bis Aus tralian form, and 'perhaps,' says an English paper, 'somo of the old-timers who have all along disparaged Arthur Postlo's ability as a sprinter when compared with many of those who pre ceded nun in uiu boom days ol profes sional pedestrianism, will now /feel in clined to moderate their opinions, see ing that he has proved himself equal to defeating the best in Knglund.' .Another, exchange says that .'Arthur'i Postle is faster oil' the mar* than Arthui Duffey, and England ,1ms never seen such a beginner before.' The Australian quarter-mile, i minor, Jack Todd, who is in- England w itli Arthur Postlo, writing to a Melbourne paper, says that -whilst the Interna tional Marathon was' being iiin, han dicaps were nin at the Scadium, and ?i clipping from tho 'Sportsman' will describo tho principal race,' which re sulted : — E. Eastman, Canada, 1 ; J. Todd, Australia, 2; A. B. Postle, Aus tralia, 3. Aft...
BRIEF CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
BRIEF CABLES. ♦ ? [Rcutci's Seivioe] , LONDOX, Monday. Tlio confeunce of Consenatne Asso . ciatioii3 in L/aidiil p.issed .1 lesolution m i favor of extending the raihamentaij ? franchise to women entitled to -vote in comity, municipal, mid p.uish council ?'? elections I The Slandni' Committee of the House of Commons unanimously 1 ejected the London Distuct Eleclncity Supply Bill. The clmiimaii of the Scottish and Australian Investment Company states that the diougl'l in the lli\euna entail ed a loss of about tj.40,000 ,11c believed, liowevci, that the company vms ncaiing the time when it would again paj a dividend on imlumiy slock Over a liundicu Il.iwlcs brilliants have been cut tiom trie Ciilhuon duunoii'l, in cluding .1 301) tui.it stone, and fonnally presented to King Kdw.ud at WiiuNoi Experts -ieting the cuttings of blue and white coloi value ui'm .u, a iniuiuu jai ling. Lady Uaikc, wife of tlie Cio\ciuoi of ' Iiombiiv (Sn Geoige Hjdenham ClaiLe) ? is seriously ill at Bombay Si...
REBELLION IN HAYTI. Another Upset in the Only Republic Where the Blacks Rule. BLOCKADE ORDERED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
REBEUION IN HAYTI. I Another Upset in the Only Republic I Where the Blacks Rule. _____ BLOCKADE. ORDERED. [Ueutev's Service.] i LONDON, Monday. Gonoral Simon, commanding tho troops in Southern Hayti,' has headed n rebellion against tho Government. All tho oflieials havo taken refuge- i» the German Legation. , President General Noi'd Aloxis has ordered a blockade of Aux Cayet., tlie port wiuiru uv'uuiai oimvii iitv.- x.u^m« lished his troops. [Hayti is a republic of negroes, es tablished on the woste-m portion ot the Island of San Domingo — which, next to Cuba, is tho largest of. tho West India Islands. It is probably tho most fer tile country in tho. Indies, but its com mercial piosperity Ins boen almost an nihilated b\ repented resolutions President Alexis assumed olbco lot seven jeiis m M iy, 1902. His salary is £4,800 rf year.]
THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE. ['Vrrullfs ' Special Spr\ice.] MELBOURNE, .Monday Night. ; At a meeting this afternoon of the Fodeial Executive Council. Judge Mur ray was appointed' Lieuteiiatit-G o vernor of New Guinea at a salaiy of £1,250 per year. -- , Mi. Stanifotth Smith, formerly a 'Westrahan Senator, was appointed Administrator at a salary of £800 per year. Many economics' and rc-an angcmenls of tho work are, beine; effected in the Fodoial Electoral Office, which will mean a saving of £4,000 per year. In. connection ?.?with1 the recommenda tion mado by tho Queensland Roj'al Commission that colored divers be sup planted by white men, as the time of the. colored men has expired, tho Fede ral: Government' has communicated with tho. States with a view to giving effect to tlio ''''recommendation . Nono of tho States have, however, so fai loplied.
ANOTHER EDUCATION BILL. Clergymen Offered the Right of Entry To all Public Schools. RELIGIOUS TESTS ABOLISHED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
ANOTHER EDUCATION BILL — --- — _ Clergymen Offered the Right of Entry To al! Public Schools. RELIGIOUS TESTS ABOLISHED. (Keutor- Service.) LONDON, Holiday. A new Education Bill, jutioduccd in tho Houso or Commons, and lead a hrst tnno, lormally, last week, is pub lished to-day. It H3B been hailed with borne hope- by bofh pai Lios. Tho. 'Times' romaiks that sinco it is impossible to induce Anglicans and (secularists to make mutual concessions, tlio Government has decided to ptoposo a via media on itb own authoiay. _ Whatever tlie late or ments of tlie Bill, theie ib n concensus ot opinion that tho determination 1o introduce it has enhanced tho leputation or Mr. Itunciinan. Ho has snatched success from tli'j; brink: of failure; Tho Bill makes tho County Council types ot school general, abolishes all lehgious tests hitherto applied to teach eis appointed to voluntary or cliuioh schools, but oflei3 clcigymen or all de nominations the ? right of entry to all schools \ ' Mr. Balfour was n...
B.H. PROPRIETARY GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
B.H. PROPRIETARY CUN CLUB. The Broken Hill Proprietary film Club luui a - day out on Saturday afternoon nt tho race '.'-iui'sp, when femv sevein -bivd sweeps wore shot oil'. \Veathcr conditions were fav orulile, and some excellent shooting and L'OOd birds were the order of thn nftor ucoii. A gcind vi«;w whs obtained by inunibprK of iliff balloon ascent, but tbe inlhitcd silk was considered too far away for a Kuwcsuful '|)'i;' 'hot. The first sweep was won |jy Mr. (iillespiu, the second being divided by Messrs. Hall and (..illespie, and (lie third liy JIcsbi-s. Hall, Burtlett, and McGillivray; the double rise being secured by Mi\ Gco. Miller. ?
CRICKET. WALTER SULLYS V. SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
CRICKET. ' , WALTER SULLYS V. SOCLVL DEMOCEATIC CLUB. The first meeting between these clubs began at the Hospital Reserve on Sat urday. James, captain of the S.D.C., won the toss, and sent his opponents to the!wickets. Johnson and Harvey were the first two batBmcn, the bowling being cntrust d to I bell anclllubbci IIau-.\ quiekh goi to work, punishing Isboll's slows se\creh, but aftei aooimg 20 was bowled m lijing to pull .i fast one fiom :IT ubber. Colebateb filled the vacancy, and a lengthj partnership ensued, both bats ncn sconng frcelj Witu the tcnturj in sight, Colebntch was ruu out after con tnbuting 27 b\ good cricket Three wiekUs now fell quicklj, includ -ng Johnson, who was bowled by Isbell Wn,li-a 'shooter' Johnson plajed a mentoiious innings for II Causby and Weaver then became associ aled, and runs came quick!} Causb} was e\ontuallj dismissed foi l\, and Weavei was lun out for 11 The remiining bitsmen did not trouble thu bowlus gri.itlj, and tne innings closed for 147 ( ...
JUNCTION NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
JUNCTION NORTH. A larger tonnage of ore was treated at tho junction North mill last. week. Tho crudes put through totalled 2440 tons, averaging 15.4 per cent lead, ll.Qoz. silver, find 10.0 per cent ainc, which produced 391 tons of cohcen tratcs, containing 252 tons of lead arid 12,903oz. of sjlver. Tho mill ran 119 hours. Tho work of previous week's' compares as follow : — .?' : ;? ..? Cr'des. Con. Lead. S'vr. Zinci Value:-.--1'1'--.-''1';' ?Oct. -3 . . . . 1.950 .295 62.0 32.3 5.2 Oct.'lO;-... 2,307.352 62.5: 31.4 5.3 'Oct. 17., . . 2,428 390 -62.0 .32.1 5.1 Oct/24..... 2,510 -412 ; 61.0 30.6 5.3 Oct. 31.V. ; 2,250 ?-.. .380 61.7 32.1 '5.3 Nov. 7:..'i-..1.'2,286- 367: 62.8 32.6 5.2 Nov.Hv... '2,205; .340,; 64.5 33.7; 5.0 . Nov .21. ...-.? .'2,440 391 C4.5 33.0 4.8
HONOR FOR INDIAN MURDERER. Gossain's Assassin's Effigy Incinerated With All Rights and Ceremonies. OUTWITTING THE POLICE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
HONOR FOR INDIAN MURDERER. fiossain's Assassin's Effigy Incinerated With All Rights and Ceremonies. OUTWITTING THE POLICE. . [Heutei's Sen ice.] LONDON, Monday. Satyonilra, flic Bengali who mmdeied 0-ossian, the informer, has been honored in spito.of the precautions taken by the Governmoiit.^To avoid' 'a ropotition of last' week's incident', wheVo a criminal's corpse 'was'burnt with all tho lites ic scryocl,.for. porsons of dignity, Satyen dra's body w'as cremated within Alipur Gaol. Crowds of women gathered at the riverside at.lCowratullah, expecting that Ins ashes would bo taken theio af ter dentation. Tho authoiitios 1 of used ?to grant permission. Then tho extremists oigam&cd a pio cossion, intending to cauy tho mui deror's efligy on a plattoim or honor and give it leveience '1 he police pio inbil'cd tho pioeossion Jiongalis then decided '.'to burn the efiigy seci'elly 111 then houses, and to ?offer it all tlie rites and ceremonies duo to heroes.
THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
:^:^ THE NORTH. / Tho North mill treated 2,710 tons of ?crudes -last week, which averaged 16.2 , s.percent lead, 6.2oz. silver, and 14.4 per cent zinc, for a production of 460 tons ^of concentrates, containing 325 . tons of lead and 8,740oz. of silver. The .*. previous . weeks' returns wero as fol low:: — , ,' ? ..Cr'dos. Con. Load. S'vr. Zinc. Value. . . '.?:'? Sep; 26.... 2,720 460 70.5 22.8; 6.2 Oct. 3 -.. .:. 2,300 389 70.0 22.6 .6:4 Oct. 10.. .. 2,710 460 70.0 22.2 6.5 Oct. 17. . . ' 1 2;670 ? 454 70,3 22.2 6.3 Oct. 24.... 2,700 454 70.7 21.4 6.3 ' Oct: 31... v. 2,715 452 71.1 -20.8 :? 6.0 Nov. 7, .-? . . . 2,670 445 71 .0 ?; 20.2 6:1 ' Nbv'.14. . . .. 2,715 458 71.1 21.0 6,2 -?'-'????Ndv.21v .?'?;: 2;710 460 70.6 .19.0 6:4
QUANDONG BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
. . QUANDONC BRIDCE. Tho erection of tho Quandong Bridge over Stephens Creek is going on ap*:e, and Mr. Jos. McMahon hopes to have his contract completed within tho next tbreo months. This bridge, it will no doubt bis remembered, is to be construct ed of timber, and lias soven spans each 30ft. Tho contractor, Mr. McMahon, started minor operations on May 11, but owing to tho fnet fhat really all his timber had to eomo via the Mur ray, he hiis bct'ii considerably lmniperal in view of the fact that tho rivers have been so low that timber could not bo sonfc along, and it was not until Sep tember 26 that ln- was enabled to make a proper start. Tin; bridge, when com pleted, will bo of a substantial nature, and' will havo cost tho country .£1,365.
THE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
THE WATER SUPPLY.( The Mayor (Alderman J. H. Ivoy) last night read tho following telegram from Mr. Arthur Griffith, M.L.A., with refpreiico to tho water' question on tho Barrier : — ' Minister stated officers unablo pro pare details of scheme in time for sub miBsion to 'Works Committee durinc present session. Have sinco interview ed' Enginecr-in-Chicf, who offers pro pan) 'tentative scheme based on Job son's figures in time for submission, havo requested Minister adopt this O3ur.se.' Hojic receive his decision to morrow — _ AliTlJrn GKll'TlTH.' The reply was in answer to the fol lowing, sent by thu Mayor: — ''Interview Minister as to what is being done with our propowil re water supply. Special meeting of Council Monday to deal with matter. Reply urgent. — 1. 31. IVKY.'
POLITICAL LABOR LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
POLITICAL LABOR LEAGUE. The ordinary general meeting of Hie Political Labor League was hold ill tllc Trades Hall last niphl, Mr. .labess Wright presiding over a fair aHemlam1' of delegates.' Correspondence was re ceived from Ibis A.M.A. siib-biani'h 10 the ballot; from Arthur Griililli, JIX.A., re a 'bonus on humanity' (already re ported in those columns); fiom tl'c IMj.Ij. ISxeeutivo re the action ol' U-° I'lesiden't and Secretary of the I'allaimvl lawn IMj.L. in officially signing a mani festo in support of the caiididatuie of. Mr. Clem Johnson, asking for the copy of the circular -referred to; . and from the same JUxecutive,' forwarding twelve copics*.of.-tlic report of the Fourtn Cuni monwealth Labor Conference held at Brisbane, and notifying that copies of tho agenda paper will bo forwarded about December loth. , ?? ; A telegram was also received from Ar thur Grillilh. M.L.A., as ' follows: 'Thanks for kind message; please convoy ray high appreciation of renewal of con- . (ido'...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
mining' intelligence. ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. ADELAIDE, Momlnv. Duttnier ami ltiselibieUi (jut ,/. (,'. Kloinhnmmor), supply tho latest share quotations on 'ChaiiRP, under oven date, as follow : — Propriotnry, sales 40/. British (old), b. 12/6. Mock 10, b. 65/. ' Souths (paid); b. 75/6. Souths (con.), sides 06/6. Junctions, sales 2/10. ? South Blocks, b. 23/0. AVallaroos, s. 40/. O.K., b. 5K5, s. 5/8. Mount Molloys, b. 7/6, s. 7/9. Zinc Corporation, sales 6/1. ? McGreftors, sales 8/. ' Chaffers, b. 7/11, s. 8/. Hannau Stars, b. 7/, s. 7/1. ????.' Main Roofs, b. 6/1, s. 6/4. ?' ' Lake View Consols, b. 16/. , Waihis, sales 2/7. ? ? ' . : *
AN UNFOUNDED RUMOR. WELL-KNOWN IDENTITY DEAD. SYDNEY, Monday Night. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
AN UNFOUNDED RUMOR. ' [ ' Ti utli's ' Special Sei v ice ] / SY.DXEY,' Jionday Xight. A ninioi was m ciiculalion 111 SmIiicv to daj that the State Laboi l'ail} (On temph'ted dropping one of its membois 11 la, howevei, accOiding to All Xeil son, absolutely untounded If, he said in an inlemcu, anj thing is in it eithci m} sell, or Mi AIclln\ en would be the lust lo know ol it WELL-KNOWN IDENTITY DEAD. ? A ? [' Tiuth's' Special Semcc^ SYDNEY, Monday ^'it Mi ^Joseph Wood died al Newcastle to-dtiy. attei a shoit but scvcic illness, .'t the age, of 07. Diseased had lived at Xew castle for upuuiils 'of half alonlui}, and v\as 'piominenlly connected with the Castle maine 1'iowerv, and Messis. Wood U10 lllels^ - * He was uncle of Mi 'J. It Wood, who man iid Ussiu Jennings, the great actiess.