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THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
THE SOUTH. For the week ended : 21st November, ?winze at the 525 ft. level, suction: 153, was mmk 3 ft , making a total of -8 ft. The. sinking of tins winze lms now been stopped Winze, 72t ft level, ?section Bo, wm Bunk.8 fc— total 12ft;' The bottom is in ore assaying 13 3 pel cuit leid, 2 8 o/ sihfi iiiil 11 S per cent /me Rise, 725 ft. level, section Dl. whb risen () ft.— total, Wl) ft. 'The back of the rise is in mullock. Rise, 823 ft. level.' section B5 was men 12 ft G in— total 10 ft bin the back carries the following Values: — 11.8 pel cent lead, J 8 oi biher, 13 0 pel cunt zmc. Xorth drive. 82.» ft. level, section D2, was shipped 1.) ft, making a total of 108 ft. C in. West ciosscut 82 i ft k\d section 1)1 was (iu\en J ft — tot il 1J8 H f- in Dm mg (lit week ore has been passed thiougli ind tlu ]-ioseiit fice is in low B'nule ore. The despatches to Foil Pine wcie 'Jib tons lutt weight Ine output ioi the fom wceVs ended 21st 'So\cmboi «di 20,217 tons of und- oic, as'iijmg — \o...
VICTORIAN CABINET MEETING. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
VICTORIAN CABINET MEETING. ? a ? [ ' Ti 11t.l1*-- ' Special Sei \ ice ] MEll!0Ur\n, Monday Night. VI 1 meeting of Che Slate Cabinet held to dm it was decided to pioeced with the lltfucndum Bill to monow, also, lo nuthouse the Meliopobtan Boiurf of Worhs to 001 iow €1,000,000 It was ^iecd to yvo -t,-2oi) to Kh/a both li}, for the put pose of stalling a Kttieal, pioviden thai a similai amount be raised bv the public ? Tdideis tuo to b& called foi 105 miles of double line SOlbs laiis, foi use on heavy traflic' lines, lo take tho place of the OOIbs lails at pioseia in use These will be sent to the .Malice and othoi light traffic lines. The Mines Bill will be lnliodiiced on AVednesdav . v.
WESTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. PERTH, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
WESTRAHAN PARLIAMENT. ' [''Tiuth's' Special Scivicc] PERTH, Monday Night. Uno or tlio most lnteie&ting features of to-moi row's meeting of Paihament, s° fai as tho Assembly is concerned, mil bo tho election of a Chairman of Committees. T\.o candidates fai tho position are m tho field, namely, II ])agleish, who lillsd tho Chair during last Patliamont, aild 11 JJlO\ 11. W lln line; hnnn flnf.mrr no Deputy uiiiiiuuiin foi the past Join vcus. Both candidates sit on tho Ministerial sido of tlio House, but it' is stated hut, now ithstandmg this, ceitam people will emlcavoiu to make it a piity question One leason foi this com so is tho pos sible belief that the Labor Party will vote bohdly loi Mi. Biown. 'Iheto is an lmpiession e\istmnr in ceit'im CjU.uteis that Mi. Tayloi, 01 .?-?lotlui nieinbei of the Opposition, will be a candidate' also Until the J/ibnnlcs have a. meeting to-moiiow nothing will bo known as to the intention of that Paity, loi it ih pietly coitam that the} will v...
NEXT JOINT CONFERENCE. MR. [?]AMBONI AND MR. BARNETT TO MEET MR. WAINWRIGHT TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
I NEXT JOINT CONFERENCE. M&. CAMBONI AND'MR. BARNETT '.TO MEET MR. WAINWRICHT TO-DAY. A meeting of tho Combined Unions was hold at the Tiades Hall last night, — r£ T. (jamboni, inesulcnt, ms the chan . Ij. was decided llrab tho e\ecutivo ofnfers should wait upon Mr. 'Wam- « light, secretary of tho Mine-managers' Association, to-day, 911 his arrival fiom Aticiaiao, lor tho puiposo of aiianging foi Iho no\t meeting of tho Conleience. Garresiwiidenco was read from all' parts of Auslralasii c'bngialulating the Combined Unions on tho success of th. ji n.iss on ui- to tho piesent . ivsolution was carried unanimously e'forsing Iho iction ol tho e\ecutiv'e 'ilhctis 111 w 11 ing to Messrs Beeby and AlelidWdi depp'e.iling then uttejranees in the Legislative Assembly to tho ef fect that Mr. Tom Mann had not the confidence of the Unionists of Broken Hill.
BARRIER TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
BARRIER TEMPERANCE AL LIANCE. Tho usual monthly meeting of the BarrieT Tciiipcruncc Alliance was held in Blcndo Street Lecture Hall on Monday night, tho president (Mr. E. E. Gar rottj being in tho chair. Several important matters wore dis cussed, and attention was drawn to tho World's Temperance Sunday (next Sun day). On this day it is understood that nearly all tlio clergy will deal with the temperance question.
CITIZENS' WATER LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
CITIZENS' WATER LEAGUE. Yesterday afternoon a meeting of the Citizens' Water League was held in the Council Chamber, the Mayor (Al clc-nnau J. II. lwy) occupying 'tlic chair. Thero were present also, Mr. C. I1'. Hoil ken, .swrctury of tlm Li-uguc, T. Clib son, .1. Copley, A. llenrdv, Jabi-z Wright, Alderman Wilson, Alderman Wright, and Rev. C. 10. Schafor. The Mayor explained that the meet ing had been called as tho result of a conversation between tho secretary of the League and himself on Friday. In view of the fact Him the League and the Council hud dune everything pos sible up to the present to'secure from tho 'Government tho llmbe-rumberka water supply, .ney thought it advisable that the League should meet that after noon. The Council would hold a special lneeting that evening. Tho idea was to induce, the Govormuciit to place tho mutter in tno Hands or the. Works Com mittee during tho present session. Par liament would go into recess, and if nothing wero dono the matter would b...
THE CITY COUNCIL. Special Meeting to Discuss the Umberumb[?]rka Water Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
THE CITY COM!.. ? » ? Special Meeting to Discuss the Uraberumbirka Water Scheme. j\. special meeting of the Couneil was convened to discuss the above question last night. There were present: — The iiayor (Alderman .1. If. Ivey), and Al dermen Doe, Warnouk, Wickcs, Marks, Long, Wilson, llall and Bath, and Dr. Booth. Ma\ OJl'S MINUTE. The idayor presented . the following minute: — 1 desire to bring under your notice the fact that the present 1'urlia uiculary session is drawing to a close, and it, iippeurs to me to be essential that urgent steps should be taken by the Council to have the question of Water Supply dealt with before the session closes. It will be remembered that the Minister for Works .suited (during a de uuce on Mr. Cairn's motion to the ef feei that the Government should pro vide Broken Hill with an adequate wa ter supply) that if the \Municipal Coun cil would muko a proposal guaranteeing the required revenue, that he would not be slow to act. That proposal' has now bee...
STATE LABOR CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
STATE LABOR CQNfERHCE. — ? — «? — The ballot for a delegate to lh- State Labor Conference was opened on Sat urday at the Trades Hall, and at South Broken 'Hill, and was continued at tho Trades- Hall till 8 o'clock last night The polling was very small, the usual apathy being shown by those entitled to vote. The result of the noil was as follows: — .Tr.bez Wright .. .. .. 2.w . T. H. Ifogan ? 128 W. V,. Driscoll ? 102 «. .1. Coude ? 0/ Informal ? ? ,. . ;. . .'. 1:2 Total voles recorded . .'51) This, result will necessitate a second ballot being taken on Saturday and Mon dav next. November 28th and JJUth, at the Trades llall between M'jss-s. Wright and llogan. A poll will be taken .it Smith Broken Hill on the Saturday. ?The Semite vote will not be counted till Sunday next.
BENEFIT SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
BENEFIT SOCIAL. At tho Burko Ward Instituto last liight a. successful benefit social was tendered to Mr. J: Brown, who , has been for the past 11 months unable io work. The function took tho form of -a ?juchro tournament and danco social, and .was largely patronised, tho hall be ing crowded. Tho successful competitors in the euchre tournament wero Mr. Mooro (1st prize, gents.), and Nurse Robertson (1st prize, ladies). After the euchre tournament was con cluded, pud tho prizes given to tho suc cessful competitors, v long and diversi fied program me of dances was carried out to tho music supplied by Mr. V. Carpenter. Mr. J. Colley was M.C. . As' a result of tho evening's enter tainment,. Mr. Brown should benefit tl r. largo extent, .a result mainly duo (j the committee, Messrs. Brown, Stoii dart, and G. Colley. The Hccrelavial duties were ably our ried out by Mr.' J. Colley. - Dancing was kept up until 12 p.m.
EMPIRE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
EMPIRE HALL. Mr. Los. 'Hay ward's .Vaudeville Com- ' pany again .returned home to tlic limpire flail hist niglil, where its pop liirity seems unabated, judging by Ino patronage bestowed. That tho various members of tho company aro favorites was repeatedly exemplified last night, tho show going without a hitch. Tho present programme, will bo repeated throughout the week, and tlio early ap pearance, of fresh novelties is an nounced.
ONE MAN, ONE JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
ONE. MAN, ONE JOB. Sir, — It seems to me Unit there is a ridiculous lot of sophistry being raised in a'n ondeavorto justify, the Council's action iu discharging one of its em ployees because his wife keeps a board ing-house. For years a woman ran a lehcauraiit in Aregcnt Street. Her hus band, at the same time, was a -well-paid official on Block 10 'Mine. The restaur ant was supported almost wholly by the workers, and no remarks we're ever passed about the injustice to widows, and so forth. Tho Labor Party in the Council have a perfect right to 'uphold the principle of 'One man one job,' but 1 doubt if they have ever yet had a niam.aie to say ''One woman one job.' '1 ho fact of the mailer is just this : this em ployee has shown (or the Labor l'arly thinks. 'he has shown) a want of sym pathy with the indignation they havo given expression to on the Government sending up a contingent. of. police at the present juncture. When the proper -time comes, 1 hope tlti! Labor Party, and other r...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Mr. ]'. Purcell, who lias written 'several letters to this column, under the noin de-plume, of ?Unionist,' again writes, saying that lie hns no iIcmio to onlei' inui a controversy with Mr. William Nully on -? .a matter Li.at must, lie claims, neces sarily end disastrously for the workers. Mr. i'urcell says that Mr. isulty misin terpreted the meaning of his letter.
AMUSEMENTS. SAYERS' ALL STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
AMUSEMfflTS. ? SAYERS' ALL STARS. It speaks well for the popularity of Mr. Beit Sayi'in' All Slur Company, that notwithstanding the numerous powerful counter attractions, tho Crystal Theatre was again comfortably lilled last nijjlil, when the new company presented their second performance, to the evident ap preciation of the audience. That, Leonard Nelson has in no wise 'liminishcd in popularity with Barrier auVlicnccs, was self-apparent 011 his ap pearance on the stage. This gentleman's artistic rendering of his various songs is characterised by nn absolute freedom front vulg.uity and suggesliveness. and his contributions t' tho programme aro at . nil times genuinely humorous ami niuch appreciated. His, by now, popular ' Beudigo.' song, earned an imperative recall, tho-aitist complying with a now turn to Broken Hill, in the shape of a tuneful soujr, 'Toll Them I Will Soon be- Coming Hack,' beautifully illustrated bv some capital slides of London, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney,...
BARRIER TRUTH" WOMEN'S LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
'BARRIER TRUTH' WOMEN'S ? ?-'- LEAGUE. A mooting of tho Women's League' was held in the Trades llall last night, at which it was decided to hold an Xmus Treo for the children on or about Thurs day, December IS. It was further, re solved thcit a nominal charge for ad mittanco bo made, tlio children to bo Guaranteed tho full value of such fes in the shape of the various presents to bo distributed. Tho balance-sheet cf tne rVeont 'Truth' mill will, it i.s un derstood, be presented at tho next meeting of t lie League.
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
A.M. A. The usual fortnightly mooting of tho A.N.A. was held at Tait's Masonic Hall last night. There was a big at tondanco of members, tho president, Mr. II. M. JHarvcy, in I ho chair. After the transact ion of tlio usual routine of business, impromptu speaking- was in dulged in by those presenl, occasioning much discussion and amusement.' 'Tho proceedings tenuiiiatod in tho usual manner.
TOM MANN A UNIONIST. MR. BARNETT CRITICISES THOSE WHO HAVE SAID OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
TOM MANN A UNIONIST. MR. BARNETT CRITiCiSES THOSE WHO HAVE SAI a OTHERWISE. Mr. W. U. Burnett, secretary of tho A.M.A., strongly objects lo the asper sions which have be.::n cast on Mr. 'i'dm Mann to the eii'ect that ho is not a unionist-. To a rcprese.r.lalho of this paper ye.s terday Mr. Uarnett snid : ?' With re gard to lottors which havo appeared in tho press stating that Tom Mann is not a unionist, 1 c:ui only say that it i.s not my intention to leply to any let ter which has been published abovo a nom-do-plume. I consider that if the writers aro members of tho A.M.A. it would bo no trouble, for thorn when paying their contributions lo ask such questions in tho office. , 'Tho writers must havo n very poor opinion of tho Combined Trades Unions, when they think that they would for ono moment employ a non-unionist to do work, for unionists. \ '' ] may here slate — what. 'Barrier Truth' staled long ago -that Tom Mann has been a continuous member of tho Amalgamated Society of Engi n...
BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. Truscott gets the Verdict Over Keys on Points. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908
BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. Truscott gets the Verdici Ovor Keys on Points. At the Theatre ltoyal, lust night, a full housi! greeted the boxing contest between Lyii. Truscott and ^loek Keys, for the light-weight championship. Tho prelimimiiv'foiir-roimd bout be tween Billy Grenviile. (8st. 71b.) aim Sid Bufort (Ost. (ilb.) wa.s of. a very sultrv description. Tho smaller man made things very willing from the jump, and got to his oppon ent's body like a terrier to a rat. The first round was iul; in. favor of Greii vine, Bufort being evidently iiUVatscd before the whirlwind tactics of his' an tagonist. - ' .? ' ???'. ?,-;.: '!.-?-? ;.L In the second term-, Grenviile i landed some telling right swings, on' his .oppon ent's jaw. In the thirdz/ouiul/'Biifor't uneiu-thcd a right upper-ciit, Which he lined with advantage, and. dropped the terrier — for Ssccs. ? ? _.-?''- :: In the last round it was evident that both were tiling. At its; close the ref eree, Mr. Jack Harris, pointed signifi cantly at...