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UMBERUMBERKA WATER SUPPLY. MR. ARTHUR GRIFFITH TO MOVE A MOTION TO-DAY. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
'?UMBERUMBERKA WATER SUPPLY. MR. ARTHUR GRIFFITH TO MOVE A MOTION 70-DAY. [' Truth's ' Special faorv lee ] SYDNEY, Tuesday Night In the Legis'ative Assembly lo night, Mr Arthur Griffith gave notice of his intention to move tomorrow 'That the Citv Council at Broken TIilI, having made hatisfactorv ai rangenients with the Mining Companies of the Bainer to undertake the vvholcof the financial res ponsibility in connection with tho con struction of the supplemental} watei supply trom tno uniocruuiucrKa eaten menl, it is, m the opinion of the House, a matter of urgent necessity that the proposal foi cairjing out the scheme be submitted. during the present session to., tho ' Public AVorks- Committee, so as to cnablo'that body to hold the necessary inquiiv during the coming Parliamen tary recess ' Mr Gnflith abked the Minister for Woiks if ho was in a position to recom niend the Public 'Works ? Committee to proceed with the extension of the Sup plemcntary Water Scheme in Broken Hill this ec...
A MILLION POUNDS' WORTH OF MOTOR CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
A' MILLION POUNDS' WORTH OF '' - MOTOR CARS. 'Information as to tho number' and tho value of motor-ears or motor cycles imported into tho Commonwealth was given in, a. return laid ou'tlio tablo oi' tho House 'of Itcprescntativos. Dur um the period from 1901 to 1007, 3359 motor vehicles were'' imported into Aus tralia, 1175 to New South Wales, 143G lo Victoria, 132 to Queensland, -1SJG lo South . Australia, 2'2-l to Western Australia, and 9G to Tasmania. Thc total valuo of tho vehicles was £G97,036, and tho duty ' amounted to '£144,191. Tho 'motor cycles imported during tho nine months ended 30th September, 1908, wore valued at £12,198, tho duty being .C3-169; bodies for motor cars, lorries, and waggons, £27,743, with duty amounting to £dWd ; and chassos for 'motor cars, lorries, ana waggons,' .1:101,800, i..o'uuty being X4011. Un der tho statistical classification, as altered since tho passing of the Cus toms tariff- 1908, no record is jiow kept of tho number of motor cars imported?...
ELECTRIFICATION. OF MELBOURNE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
ELECTRIFICATION. OF MEL BOURNE RAILWAYS. A -report has been forwarded by tho Railway' Commissioners to tho 'Premier on tho subject of the,1 electrification of tlto railways. \Somo time ago tho re port of Mr. Meiv! was submitted by the Government to tho llailway Com missioners for tlipir opinion upon it. Tho Chief Commissioner aiid- his col leagues havo considered -the report of tho departmental committee, and have forwarded a report to tho Premier, in which they condemn certain aspects of tho scheme, and positively recommend that nothing further should be dono at present towards the electrification of tho railways:
PEWS AND PULPITS. THE REV. J. PATERSON, M.A., DISCOURSES ON "CHRISTIANITY AND WOMANHOOD. A REPLY TO AN ADDRESS AT THE HIPPODROME." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
PEWS ARID PULPITS. THE REV. J. PATERSON, M. A. .DIS COURSES Oti 'CHRISTIANITY AMD WOMANHOOD. A REPLY TO ;AN ADDRESS AT THE /HIPPODROME.' At the St. Andrew'.', i'resbyterian .Church on Km inhiy iiiv;lit. the following sermon w.is prc.u-lied by the Uev. J. Paterson : — Wo have recently been tieatod to a scries of statements about what Christianity has done against women, by a woman speaker in this city. 1 am often Rimmed at fontc of the wild statements, mado at those meetings in tho Hippodrome, but I was never more so than at this one. it is but nn example of lion'- an uuicasaiiing pre judice can blind a person's oyes to clear facts: Jt is a truism with most his torians that if Christianity has dune anything, it has raised and sancli'iod the. status. of women. Only in these latter days has the wondrous di.scoveiy boon madothat it is Christianity that has defiled* marriage and lowered the standard of woman. All ',womeu_ cer- tainly , do'- 'not think thjs. Hero' arc tho words of another...
NOTES FROM ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
NOTES FROM ADELAIDE. (By .'Unionist.').- The question of the appointment of a woman organiser was further debated uy -,ne Council and adjourned owing to the ftbsenqe of the mover, wr. Blundell. Most of the societies affiliated with the Council signified their intention of giving -neir hearty support and influence. A ense of savage usage of a seaman who refused to dip his) hands into a panic pot was brought under the notico oi u.ic Council. The man, who had a uad wound upon his hnm.,, was told by his captain to get a cotton waste wnd and apply the paint with it. He did so for a few minutes, anil then had tin; awful audacity to ask for a brush. It was refused, and to the captain's aston ishment the sailor wouldn't paint with out one. He was brought beforo the S.M. for refusing duty, found guilty, _ of course, by tlie capitalistic representative of justice, and fined £4 odd or six weeks. Being without money, it was a ease of taking it out. Just fancy, ye free born Britons— six weeks fo...
MRS. JOSEPHINE BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
MRS. JOSEPHINE BUTLERr A portiait of Mrs. Josephine Butler was painted in 1895 by the late Mr. G. F. Watts. _ It was the only portiait he ever painted of a woman for the nation.- The' portrait is in the studio at Limmcrslcnzo, under the care of Mrs. WattB. Tno rule lor aecopung por traits for the National Portrait Gallery in London requires that the subject must have been dead at least ten years. The English 'Methodist Times' urges that the rule be set aside in order that the may have the satisfaction of Fecirig many have the satisfaction of Heeing this public honor paid to her who Buf fered so much in life in the flguc for justice for the most : miserable of her sex and for an equal standard of morality.
ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
OBDFELLOWSHIP. The usual fortnightly mooting of the Loyal Standard Lodge, No. 206, M.TJ.I. O.O. P., was hold! at tho Trades Hall last night, N.G. Bro. II. Cavonctt pre siding over a fair attendance- of mem bers. Tho sick visitors' ioport, which was received and adopted, n.is consid ored very satisfactory, there being a big decrease in tho number of members on tho lodge's filnds. A report was re ceived from tho delegates to tho Picnic Coinmittco and adopted. Tho usual routine-business was transacted. A number' of propositions, for new mem bers were made, and iiominatioiis taken for tho various chairs for the ensuing term.'. Harmony was then indulged in.
WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS. That somo men will como homo, smil ing from tho races after losing £10, but- if their wives ask them for 25/ for a new hat they ask if she 'means to drive them, into . the workhouso,' and thou grow ? speechless ; that when her husband spends two guineas on a 'nico little dinner' with ono of his city pals', it is' money well spent; but if sho dares to treat herself to an eighteen-penny lunch . nt a restaurant it is gross extravagance'— that love let ters should never be. destroyed, be-! cause if sho is successful in gather ing in the writer, reading them aloud to him two years after marriage will havo a softening iniluenco on her spouse, and brin'g him up to the scratch when ho grumbles about ' -rn'a-in-law— r these be ironies.'— ' The World's News.' .
A FALSE ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
A FALSE ALARM. Tho firo brigade received a call at a quarter lo 8 last night' to Kaolin .Street, alarm being given by a tram whistle. Tho brigade was quickly under weigh, hut on arrival it was found to bo a false alarm'. It is surmised that Home ono was burning rubbish, and, upon tho sounding of .tho alarm, had quickly Bmothorcd tho blaze- to avoid tho conse quences following upon detection.
THE BISULPHITE PROCESS. DR. HOMMEL'S REPORT ON THE MoIVOR, SULMAN, AND PICARD PATENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
THE BISULPHITE PROCESS. DR. HO MM EL'S REPORT ON THE MolVOR, SULMAN, AND PICARD PATENT. Dr. W. ilonimel. Ph.D., metallurgical Biipeiinlcnduit, his addressed the chair man of tho Motils Extraction' Corpora tion, Ltd (London), in a report on the bisulphite. piocoss There are still dilli cmuus in the \\av of the lletals Ex traction Coiporation, and as compressed sulphurous acid cas lias been pretty free 1} mentioned m connection with the pro cess, it nhij Ik- pointed out that there ut no difficulties in compressing the gas when di\, but any moisture present mean tlu. the compressors .are attack ed immediately they come in contact ?» itli the gas ' ', - Di lroinincl'b report is us. follows: — ' Nccessanh tlie_chcinical'nnd mechani (al solution of an invention, whicu has once and foi all solved' what is com monly callca the /me problem, required considerable time, as various experiments upon increasing scales' from the labora loiy to the commoicial installation had to bo made, aim again ...
DRESS AND HATS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
DRESS AND HATS. Stuffs- are cheap nowadays — delight- fully cheap. So are frocks,' when one thinks the matter over. 'But 'where -the shoe pinches ' is .tnat we need so many more of everything than we did some years ago. Living in town where there is no -respite' from the task of dress ing up to or beyond our positions, we cannot even lay claim to a season when the coat and skirt and a usetul Jiat will' be all sufficient, as is the case in Great Britain. That is ones of our grievances. Wherever we go to restore bur racketed nerves, it is the same old story of dress! The passing 01 the sailor hat into the gem was a sad day for women. In the days before thai calamity, except for entertainments, that hat of past days sufficed for all oc casions except for, perhaps, church. One's only trouble was one's party chapeau, with a shady hat for very hot weather. To-day our knock-about headgear needs as much thought as it required for that which is intended for the races, or such like fetes. Cur...
MANUFACTURER v. DRESSMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
MANUFACTURER v. DRESSMAKER. The manufacturer did his best to slay the blouse in the days when it— worn with the sailor— was termed a shirt. However, the dressmaker turned it in to a fancy garment of many styles, which the manufacturer found it imposBiblo to imitate, in all its phases. It was ' pull devil, pull baker.' The life of a rtrcBS maker of importnncnis one long battle' ?with the manufacturer. '
MINING INTELLIGENCE. ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
iNING INIELLIGfllCt ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. ADELAlDJi.Wsday Night. Dettincr niul TCischblelh (pur J. C. Kleinhammer), supply ilio following latest quotations ou 'Change, dated November 2-1 :— Proprietary b'. -IO/. Block 11 (prof.), b, 13/.' ' , British (old;, sales 17/7 J. British (now), s. 17 J. ., Block 10, s. 0(5/.. . ? ? Junctions, .sales 2/10. Norths, b. 53/. Souths (paid), b. 7-l/C. Souths (con.), b.v6G/6. South Blocks, b. 23/3. Junction Norths, 23/. _ ? Zinc Corporation, sales C/9. Eineslcighs, sales 11/G. s. 'Wallaroos, b. 39/. ' O.K., sales 5/3. .
CO-OPERATIVE MEAT SUPPLY. THE SECRETARY SPEAKS HOPEFULLY. INTERESTING DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
CO-OPERATIVE MEAT SUPPLY. _ ? ^ ? THE SECRETARY SPEAKS HOPE FULLY. IIJTERESTINC DETAILS. 'We havo not.got-as far as tho I3ul gian co-operators yet, ? but no doubt somo ot tli6,iuhds will be used as they uso them,' 'said Mr. Hogan' yestei daV to u lepiescnlutjvp ot thin paper. In view of, tho initiation, a littlo ovei a week ago,' ol tho Broken , Hill Co opcrativo lMeat 'Supi)ly,', /jtd.,' tho sec retary (Mr. T. H. Hogan) , was waited upon for n' fow 'details in connection with' it. '.- . - Mr. llogan ha» given much valuable lime and exporionco and ofl'ectivo energy towaids tho furtheranco of this work inc-class activity, and has now the pleasure of seeing his efforts and thoso of -Iho enthusiastic commiltco boai ing gieat i-iiomiso -of comi-leto success.. 'Wo mado a commoncement lust Saturday week,' ho staled in leply to a question, , 'a very -satisfactoiy' be ginning, and we aio -noil content. Our business is growing every day. Last Saturday showed a very pleasing in eiease on the ...
ONE MAN ONE JOB. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
ONE MAN ONE JOB. (To the Editor.) .Sir. — 1' notice 'your ' foot-note lo my letter in 'to-day's 'Truth' re ' One mail one job.' All thotsaiuo, on Uie 17lh m-t. ajnolion was-oaiTicd' by, flvci vot*s to four thai piaelically 'dispenspd with the employee's 'services.1 1' On tnc 23rd lie win still at w orlc. , Lsupposc the man ia on titled to' some notice ?, — Yours, etc., ?- ,-'.:?'?' . \ ARTISAN*. iJroKen iiiu, jNovomuoj; ^4. [''AUisuu' irf*right-'in'r saying that a motion was 'passed that. practically dig. pensed with the services of the eniplojve lie lefers to,, 'but 'as to 'when the seivfuc-j will eciiht has not' yet' been decide.. Tliu inolion,' moved by Alderman1 Han y, uml seconded by^AldormahvLong, and cai ried, was as follows:— '/'That no employee of the Council',, or such, employee's u'iu* be allowed -i.q, engage in. any othei pm suit.'and-that in.tho-eVeiit of his taking sucn 'action ..is' position -ljc doclaied va cant.. and ft lieu in the 'ordinary 'wiij.' N» name was mont...
BLOCK 14. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
BLOCK 14. - For tho week ending November 19th, Block 14 reports : — An increase, tou nag'o of ? carbonate oio has been mined during tho week, 631 tons. of the usual grade- having boon, despatched. At tho 100ft. level tho winze from the British tunnel in section 30K has been advanced 6ft., making a total depth of 25ft. Tho bottom is in car bonate' oro of very good grndo. 400ft. lovel, the No/ 54 diamond drill bore in section 22C hus been extend ed 145ft., making a total of 895ft. Progress was through micaceous schist to 870ft., then moro favorable qttart zitic core. It is now in schist again.
SULPHIDE CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
' SULPHIDE CORPORATION. ' i? - The inino and works mnnagor's re port for the week ending 1-ltli Xovem bor, is as follows : — Central Mine, Bro ken llill.-^-Ore. milled, 3.820 tons; con centrates -produced, ? 852 ? tons ; assay valuo of '''concentrates, 32.5oz. silver, 59.6 per cent, lead, and 10.4 per cent, zinc. ' Cockle- Creek Works. — Bullion pro duced, 267 -tons; containing 1200 oa. gold, 30,17So/. silver.
LONDON METAL MARKET. [Reuter's Service.] LONDON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
LONDON METAL MARKET. ' [Reuters bcrvtce.J LONDON', Tuesday -? The following quotations were made on 'G!ia7ige to-day : — , Load, £13/11/3 Copper? £02/13. ' Copper (electrolytic), £0(1.' Tin, .Ci:i.V17/(i. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Dettmer and llischbcith (par J. C. Kleinhammer) supply the last London metal' quotations, undor dato November 24, as follow :— - l Lead, £13/11/3 ]-cr ton. a Copper, £62/15/.
LONDON SHARE MARKET. [Reuter's Service.] LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908
LONDON SHARE MARKET. [Hunter's Service] ' LOKDOX,' Tuesday. The following quotations for Harrier shares were made on 'Change to-day : — t l'roprietary, 30/3. North, 57/0. South, 72/0. '' ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Dettmor and llischbioth (per J. C. Kleinhammer) supply tho latest Lon don Share- quotations, under date No vombor 24, as follow : — Proprietary, b. '10/. Block 10, b. 03/6. British, b. 17/3.' South (paid), b. 73/9. ' South Blocks, b. 23/3. Norths, b- 58/3. . - - Zinc CoriMratjon (prof.), s. 32/0. Zinc Corporation (ord.), b. 5/6. Lako Viow Consols, b. 10/. Chillagoos, b. 4/7. Chaffers, b. 7/9. Munganas, b. 0/; Main Roofs, b. 6/3. Golden Links; b. 5/9. Hannan Stars, b. .6/9.