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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
? BUSINESS NOTICES. MANY ARE THE ROADS . 7~. '. ] ~ ~~ But you invariably find yourself finally at' GRAY'S— that is if you arc looking- for the BmjHIIAD. For WHOLESOME BREAD, Baked under the most sanitary eondi * ' tions, your orders must come OUR WAY fa. -per TWO-POUND LOAP, and -we guaratee the quality and % r weight. CHOICEST -CONFECTIONERY and SMALLGOODS. Our Social, Wedding- Breakfast nnd Birthday Party Catering PAR EXCELLENCE, , 'PHON E418. WILLIAMS and CHL ORIDE STREETS. ___,_„,__,„.,_____________ ? _C307M.WS. :306. (Lato C. Painton). . ! ?- ' THE TAILOR, . . .' ? ^Choice Assortment of Now Summer Goods. MAGNIFICENT INDIGO SERGE SUIT,00/. :\ ?' - ??''?? ' .' ?' ..:-l;:-'^.''::'' EVERY GARMENT MADE BY. EXPERTS ..ON THE. PREMISES. ? ? STYLE AND FINISH. 259 ARGENT STREET (Opp. Technical College). ? C307; 300 M\VS. BROKEN HILL GLOBE TIBER MILLS. IODIDE AND BLENDE STREETS. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BUILDING MATERIAL, INCLUDING BUUUERLDJSHS' 1H0NM0NGEUY- STOCKS UNSURPASSED ON THE Every' ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
Irate Podostiian: 'Tako off them glasses, you scoundrel, and I'll punch ypr-faco fur^yo.' 'But, my dear 8ii'. that is quite against tho custom. Who over heaid of ordering off tho glassos'bofoie the punch was served?' And wiiat's your icason for in creasing tho servant's wages, pray?' h3r friond asked. 'Becauso my hus-' band oomplained that my ? dres's and millinery .bills equalled tho household oxppnsos, and I want to show him they do not.' - . ? J Husband (arriving at tho station' witlrhis wifo just at 'tho tiain steamB out or tho station): 'There! If you hadn't taken siich a long timo drcss 'iK/o shouldn't have lost that train.' Wifo: 'Out of breath:, 'And if you liaclnt hurried me- so all tho way- hero wo shouldn't liavo had such a lone timo to wait for tho next o'nol'-* ? At the railway station a woman asked the' porter how long tae train 'stopped there. ?? Madam,' -'h'c replied, we stop 'just four minutes, fiom' two lo two to two. two.' The woman turned to Jier companion. '' Th...
LIGHTING IMPROVEMENTS. COUNCIL RESOLVES TO PURCHASE FIVE MOTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
, LIGHTING IMPROVEMENTS. COUNCIL RESOLVES TO PUR CHASE FIVE MOTORS. „ At the City Council last night tho Health Committee repotted as follows : v 1. 'As there are frequent enquiries for motors recommend that' 0, ranging from 1 to 5 horse power each, uo purchased at* tin estimated cost of £200.' -2. ''Recommend that 1,100 Phillips' Metal lic Glow Lamps bo ordered diicct from tlie '. manufacturers in Holland, at an estimated cost of .C105, less 35 per cent, discount,' on' condition that the terms bo sight draft on delivery of goods, Broken Hill.' ''Aid. Hall hoped that the committee would still further reduce the cost of the -light, as the Council was losing custom. . .?* -, ' Aid. Warnock said that the com mittee had done everything possible in the ' direction indicated by Aid. Hall. They had purchased now globes, and laid a cable to S.B. Hill. *~ Aid. Doe Paid that when a reduction was made it .should stand for a while. When 32 candle power could be ob tained for the old. cost: of l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
,, AJ.A. , ' ' ? - , \ THE LEADING UNION OF THE , -BARRIER. ?A LL THE .WOM'EN OF BROKEN ?£&? HILL should 'poisuado Uioir Hus bands, Fathers, Brotliors, and oil Malo Relations, to Join, and should eoo that they KEEP GOOD ON'THE BOOKS. ' IN CASE OF ACCIDENT . tho WOMEN AND 'CHILDREN REAP THE BENEFIT. W. D. BARNETT, 11 - ? Secretary. c307ws.:308; GEE— ISN'T.IT HOT? , ^£3 Suiely you'io not go Gisp U1S i^- shelter all the ygS Summer in tho Suit j»jb* that has 7dono Eood j^S^mlaL. sen ico duung tho BM§M0!@Xm, ''iutcr months?' ? W?Wm olothos for tboso h°*' , M^^1 Order ono of MW BRUCE'S 37/6 mm sans to ' ' I. 0* ORDER. They're mado from Light, Cool, Sor vit cable jVInlorials. Thoy'io mado to keep then shape— -cut according to tho Latest Stylo— -and mado up in a mas teily manner. Remembei, 03/ is too much to pay for jou clothes. My 3(/6 aio quite as good as any 63/ Rai ments. Piovo it foi youisehcs. Call or send foi patterns, solf-measiucment foi m, and tape. W. H. BRUCE, 192 ARGENT...
A.M.A. Crowded Meeting Unanimously Condemns the Government. THE INSULT KEENLY RESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
A. I. A. Crowded Meeting Unanimously Condemns the Government. THE INSULT KEENLY RESENTED. Glaring placards posted in eonsphiirms places about the city called a special meeting of the A.M.A. last night to d.-ul with the matter of fifty police coining to the Hill, us reported in 'Unm.;: Dii'y .Truth' yestprdiiy. * I This meeting was a very full, on? cm! feeling ran !ni»h .It was unanimously felt thai, tin1 \-\a- elnitati* ami' 'liii'njiiW.il^fni' -nr.f.iii,r- nf thn Wado Goyeri'nipnt would do -mi:h 10 create industrial war. ' ' - The following motion was unanimously canicd: — 'That tlio Government be wired to, requesting the recall of tho fifty police who are coming to Biokcn Hill,' as wo consider their advent here will' precipi tate industrial war.' . Other resolutions of a more or less drastic character were defeated. Any hasty action was deemed to bo- undesir- able. .
RIGH GOLD LODES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
SIGH GOLD LODES. The management of the Golden noise shoo Company has cabled to London that on tho No. 9 level north drive, at 225 feet, they have a ciosscut in wes.t fili feet, which lias cut a lode 4 feet ,wide, which assays 8 dwls. lo Iheiton. No. 2 lode o:i the No. 14 level south drive for tho last 30ft. assays 20 dul. to lho' ton. Is There a Barrier Chiia to Spare ? The Sisleis Silbin, at .the Ciicus, would be glad lo adopc a leally nice little boy or girl, 13, or -14 yeais of ago, to be trained in acrobatic and other work, and guaianleo.lhat it wouhUbc well cared for. The life nowadays, the cldeis sister tolls me, ie 'pleasant, vaiiod, and in no sense lough. Giandmother.— 'Why 'is tho baby so happy.' Nuifco— 'Oil, hisi mother and father aio coming.'- Grandmother — 'I don't see ''them I' -Nurse— S' Nor I, ma'am, but the child's nose is ? very keen. 'Ho i smells the. .automobile, 'Why does a dog hang his tongue out of his mouth J' asked lho inspector. 'Yes, my boy,' ho said to a ...
NEWS AND NOTES. Does a Fine Check Drunkenness? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
[?] Docs a Fine Check Drunkenness ? Why is i( tluil in (nay) liallaiiit and Melbourne a man who, ino^rnd by a mighty tliiist, diinks not wisely but too well, is let off (if it be ti (list ollVniv and entirely agaiiiht. himself at that) with a woid of counsel or reproof, or on a promise to sign the pledge ; while at Broken Hill five shillings seems to be the , minimum ? I will give piiiee to no man in my dislike of intoxication, but something of pity — remembrance that ''the quality of mercy is not .strained' — might enter into judgments here on a dusty, sultry day, ai readily as /in cooler towns ! The problem presented itself to the .stipendiary in thi ease of the man' who found Kaolin Street till too, nan ow 011 Monday night/ and was arrested. -'?Guilty,' he said, with a umilc ; and 'Tive shilling*' camo the orthodox reply. I hofd with Bernard Sliaw that our whole, system '.of pun ishments is touched 'with- hmacy ; and especially that to order 'a. penniless man to pay 5/. towards' ...
Postal Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
Postal Arrangements. The postal arrangements at the Bro ken Hill Post Oflico aro as under: — DISPATCHES. ICobart. — Dailv, via, Melbourne,, close.. 8 p.m. West Austialia. — Wednesday and J'nday, 8 p.m. - .. i JNcw Zealand.— Daily, via Sydney, '8 p.m. . J ''I London. — Wednesday, 7 p.m.- -' . Menindio.— Monday and Thursday, 0.30 a.m. Sydney, JMclbourno, Adelaide, and mlo.1 mediate places.— Daily (Saturday cxicptcd), 8 p.m. , ,. -???; Milparinka, '1'ibooburra, Euriowie, and Tariawingoo. — Tuesday and Satur day, 9.30 a.m. ' «'. U'ilcnnnia and Whito Oli/Fs. — Tues- day and Saturday, 9.30 a.m. r ' Wentworth. — Thui sday. -11 a.m'. ; -via Vljiiiuclie, Monday, 9.30 a.m. ; via Ade laide, Monday and Thursday, -8 p.m. Pinnacles, Tuesday and Friday, 9'.30 a.m. ?, ' ' '-. / , North Uroken Hill, South Broken Hill, East Broken Hill;, and Railway l,own.— Daily, 8.30 a.m. . ARRIVALS. Fiom Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and nitci mediate places.— Daily (Mon day oxeeptodj, 7.30 a.nK Milpaiinka, Tiboobu...
THE FORTHCOMING CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
THE FORTHCOMING CONFERENCE. A representative of. 'Barrier Daily Trutn' interviewed Mr. W. !?-? Burnett ycstortlay with regard vo flic forthcoming v.T.fi-s conference. 'Who will bo in tlio chair?' \v;is Hik ed. . 'Mr. Dclprat took the chair last voar,'' was the reply, 'and 110 doubt1 sIm frnw'r procedure will bo followed this yw, with our chairman im vice-president. Wo niM on the last occasion ivt the New Mnsoiiic Hall, but the place of meeting has '.oi yet been arranged. Our committee would, I think, prefer to meet in tho evenings. ^ ' ? '
IMPORTANT RATING APPEAL. CAUSE ON WHICH THE CITY COUNCIL BASED ITS PROCEDURE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
' IMPORTANT RATING APPEAL ? A ? - CAUSE ON WHICH THE CITY COUNCIL BASED ITS PRO CEDURE. In connection with the late ^decision of the Supicme Court in the case ? oi Uoiris v. the Ii.H. Council, upholding the rating principle adopted/ by , tac Council,' referred t.o in Monday's issue* oi tlio ''Barrier Daily Trutli,' the follow ing- clause, upon which the Council based its^ lating pioccdure — is interesting -10 rnton.tvei-s. Clause 132. sub-section 1. of tlie' Local Government 'Act, reads : — .''lie unimproved capital value of land (other than land held as described iii Bul--sectiou3* 2 and 3 ot this section) is the amount of tho capital bum foi which the ,fec simple estate in such land would sell, under such reasonable con ditions of sale as a bona, nde seller would require, assuming the actual im provements (if any; had not been made; and alf.0 allowing a reasonable- deduc tion for piolitable expenditure by the owner, or occupier, on visible and effec tive improvements which, althou...
MEETING OF DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
MEETING OF DRUJDS. ? o— — — TUu ordinary general meeting of the U.A.0.I). Succiss Lodge was hold at Tot torsall's Hotel lust night. A fair sittend tmce were present, Arch Druid Brohblc presiding- Correspondence was received from the secretary Triumph Lndge, 'liar- rim- Daily Truth,' and'fvom lecni Lod-'e, GouH.-urn. An ncount for £70/0/11 was passed for payment to tho Grand Lodge. Three candidates wove initiated, and throe friends proposed. Bro. 1-. A. Ed wards, of the, Silver Star Lodge, wan pre sent as a visitor. A good -k-a\ of general business was transacted.
AN INSULT TO THE BARRIER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
AN INSULT TO THE BARRIER. Before these lines appear in print -wo .have every right, to ex pect that the detachment'' of fifty police ordered to entrain for Bro ken Hill ivill-h'avo'jrecoiyecljprders to return to. Sydney. '''** t - Premier Wade, we must assume, will recognise' the lack of .tact, the folly?, of a ''policy/ of-, browbeating and intimidation'? ! It must' be siip-' posed' that, -as -Premier j' his chief concern is to avoid' giving the pro vocation that might lead to indus trial' war, 'and to , avoid even the semblance, of taking sides^ before- hand. As soon as the bias\ind the' wickedness of this special policy is brought home to him! his, sense of statemanship, to say nothing of his idea 'of justice 'ancT.impartial ity, should lead him to -cancel the, movement of .the 'constables.' Broken Hill is as' law-abiding and peaceful- and' quiet as any city or village in Australia.' ' Indeed; the absence of serious' crime and drunkenness and-rioting in a com munity of. men/ 'liv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
AMUSEMEMTS. /''1RYSTAI [ THEAT1M0. Direction of .... .. Bert Slayers. TMK ALKKKD PAMI'IRR DRAMATIC COMPANY. 'ROBBERY UNDER ARMS,' CRYSTAL, TO-NIGHT. ^ That Splendid Soiil-stiiiing ^us)i Drama lhat lias preceded all other Dramas for many years. TO-NIGHT. 2s., ]s. 6(1., Is. TO-NIGIIT. , . - TO-NIGHT. r2s., Is. Gd., Is. 'TO-NIGHT... \,, ?';.' .' CRYSTAL THBATRR. ? CRYSTAL- THEATRE., 308. - TOITZGER-VLD'S CIRCUS: -. . Proprietress ..' .. Mrs. T. Pit/gerald., g_- ; . V _ ' '. , ' \ Under ilio direction of ? Stivers and Cremer. -.. ..UNEQUIVOCAL SUCCESS AGAIN LAST NIGHT. CROWDED TO THE DOORS. EVERY' ACT ENJOYED. THE WONDERFUL F8.YJHQ HERBERTS. A WORLD BEATING ACT. TO RE SEEN TO BE REALISED. -c AGAIN TONIGHT,. PRICKS: 4s., 3&.,and 2s. Plan Rink Office. 5.. MATINEES: WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. CHILDREN, Is. EVERYWHERE. Geneial Manager, THOS. HERBERT 'BARRIER DAILY- TRUTH' WOMEN'S LEAGUE BALL. THE LAST GREAT BALL OF THE SEASON. TO-N1CHT. TO-NIGHT. ' - SUPERB ARRANGEMENTS. COME ALONG AND...
WESTRALIAN WIRES. PERTH, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
WfSTRAtlAN WIRES. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] PERTH, Tuesday Niuht. About 12 months ago Mr. P. A. Connolly,, the well known racehorse owner, sued tho 'Sunday Times' for 'libel, in which ho was given Is. dam ages, without costs. , . Sinco then tho matter lips been be foro all tho courts. To-day tho Federal High Court heard tho, appeal, but tho case, was unfinished when tho court arose A number of prominent, bookmakers wore arrested this afernoon for street betting in Kalgoorlie. Tho Royal Commission on the meat ring question continued its investiga tions to-day. Some startling cvidonco was given by a man named Robert Elliott, wlio recently opened two shops for the sale of ? Cheap meat in opposition to Thomas Witte, who was the first to cut prices down lilliott said that ho did not know what prico ho was going to pay for meat, as ho had nob yet found out if the busines'! n^s pmm; !t w onlj a coincidence fi t lit - pci«cd at the same timo as Wittc, and he did not regard it as roma...
MR. COVETT DECLARES REDUCTION IN WAGES NOT JUSTIFIED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
MR. GOVETT DECLARES REDUC TION IN VVACES NOT JUSTIFIED, [Router's Service.] LONDON, -Monday. Speaking at a meeting of tho Lake View Consols Mining Company, to day, Mi GoAelt said that, in his opinion, tlieic would be uo^iustifitation to nsk .i stnke in Bioken Hill foi any prob able benefit which might be obtained by the l eduction of wages A 10 per cent i eduction only meant an additional 7d pel ton for Broken Hill South Blocks ducts Tt was absuid, he added, to nsk .i stnke foi this Mi.jT A Govott is chanman of dneo toia o£ tho Zinc Corporation, and holds a sinnlai position on the boaid of the South Blocks mine