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DELEGATES IN CONFERENCE. Considering the Position—Recommendations to the Unions. ANOTHER MEETING ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
DELEGATES I CONFERENCE. Considering the Position— Recommendations to the Unions. ANOTHER MEETING ON SUNDAY. v There was a .-full attendance of dole gates ;at-a.,Kpeei«l: meeting, of the Com bined Trades'-Unioua': Committee, which was held in- tlio Trades Ilall last night. . Mr. (,T-. ;.Gamboni , (president ol the A.M.AO' presided,, and. their was u very lengthy.. disciission on the latest phases of - the- industrial position— the deliber ations - extending/ over - two and a half llOlllb . lOvery. delegate spoke, and there. was' not ,a .pomt'Jin- the position, so far as it has gone ^at.- present;, that ;.wns not ;di»--. cussed from - every possible aspect - as, it is -.likely,:, to alfeet the unions and men working, along the line of lode.' » . . ? Gnoi of. the chief: points: discussed; was uniformity ofaction of reporting, to the various, unioiis :t lie.:, result of the- Confer- ence with the Mine^Mauager.-,' Absocia tiou;' and 'it was decided that-.the whole question', inj regard ^...
CHINESE REGNAL NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
CHINESE RECNAL NAMES. . In accordance with established Chinese usage, the infant Emperor has oeen as-. Bigued a regnal name. By regnal name is meant the designation of the reign, which becomes the name of the reigning Emperor .with foreigners. The deceased Emperor's name was Tsai Tien, his reg nal name being Kwang Ilsiu, meaning 'Continuation of Splendor.' The prefix 'Tsai' indicates the generation to which he belonged, there being eight of such designations, accounting for. each eight generations. Jlis predecessor and adop tive father wus Tsai Clnm, whose reg nal name was Tung Che, meaning 'Union and Order, ' and after death a temple was duly dedicated to him un der the 'Temple' name, Mu-sung I wang-ti, meaning 'Venerable ancestor and brave Emperor.'
REFINED LEAD ANALYSIS. Broken Hill Proprietary Co's. Methods at Port Pirie Explained. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
REFINED LEAD . ANALYSIS. Broken Hill Proprietary Co's. Methods at Port Pirie Explained. (By Mr. Leslie Bradford.) Tho metallurgist for the B.H.P. Com pany gives, in the ' Australian Mining Standard,' the following description of the methods omployeu at Port I'irie. The smelting and refining works of the Broken Hill Proprietary Ltd., situ ated at Port Pine, are probably the largest of the kind in the world, there tore tlie method of relined lead analysis adopted at the works should prove in teresting. The method is as follows : — The sample of lead is rolled into a thin ribbon, and three lots of 200grm. each are weighed up and placed in large beak ers (100 oz. capacity). To each is add ed one litre of water and '250 e.c.'s of nitric acid (sp. gr. 1.42) free -from chlor ine; the whole is heated until all the lead is dissolved. Those lots are, while hot, transferred to two litre bottles and 05 e.e. s ot sulphuric acul (sp. gr. 1.S5) added to each in small quantities at a time, the liqu...
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
ABBLAIBB SHARE MARKET. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. Dettmer and Riesehbieth (per J. C. Kleinhaumer) supply the latest quota tions on 'Change to-day, as under : — Proprietary, sales 41/3. Block' 14 (pref.), b. 13/. . - British (old), b. 1//9. , - British (new), sales 10/7 Vis- : Block 10, b. 08/. , Junctions, sales 2/11. , Norths, b. 59/. .— Souths (paid), sales. 77/0.' Souths ('-on.) . sales 0i)/. South Blocks, b. 25/. - „ Junction Norths, b. 24/3. Wallaroos, b. 40/0. ? ? Munganas, sales 0/. O. K., b. 5/4, s. 5/5. - Mount Mollqy's (pref.), sales 11/114 Great Boulder's Perseveranco, sales ? 7/2. Zinc Corporation (ord.) , sales 0/. ?Mount Lyells, s. 30/. McGregor's, b. 7/3. Eineslcigh's, b. 12/. Lake View Consols, sales 10/0 (ex Dividend). . . North Kalgurlie, b. 2/5, s. 2/7. Chaffers, sales 8/6. Zinc Corporation (pref.), b. 32/0.
MINING INTELLIGENCE. LONDON SHARE MARKET. ADELAIDE Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
MM INTELLIGENCE. LONDON SHARE MARKET. ADELAIDE, Thursday Nicht. Dettmer. and Riesehbieth (per J. C. Kleinhruimer) supply the latest London share quotations (dated November 26), us- under : — Proprietary, b. 40/(i. Block 10, b. 03/0. Block 14, h. 13/. . South (paid), b. 75/. - South Blocks, b. 23/0.' Norths, b. 57/. ? Mount Elliotts, b. 70/3. McGregor's, b. 0/9. Lake .View Consols, b. 17/0. Great Boulders, b. 28/9. Main. Reefs,' b. 0/!). ? Chafl'era,-b. 8/0. . North Kalgurlie, b. 2/3. . [R»utsr'» 3srTi«».] LONDON, Thursday. The following quotations were made on 'Change 'to-day: — Prorrietary, sales 40/7. ' Block 10, Bales 02/6. Norths, sales 50/3.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
'??A. O-IR-EIA-T ' GHB1SU J.S OP :;r, . 'TOrATCOBEss, «g&cs« . ? _. .-.. - v . Starts To-Morrow at- ' NORRIS', ' ? ;-v.v-^lien No Reasonable Offer will be Refused for Any Article in tine Shop tip. '-to Christmas- ,Eve. ? Buyers Will Find it to Their Advantage to Make a Close Inspection Before Purchasing Elsewhere. 333
THE PROPRIETARY'S WITHDRAWAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
THE PROPRIETARY'S WITH DRAWAL. Sir,— I think, that the withdrawal of tho Big Mine from the Managers' Con terence need not worry us very much, ft jirobably. arises from the fact that the majority of the 1U11103 think they can aflord to pay the present wages, and, doubtless- also think that if they went to arbitration, that we should probably get- even better terms. Also that tlis Big Mine men think they cannot pay the wages,- and are, further, of the opinion that an appeal to the Arbitration Court -will probably give a reduction in wages -m. their favor.' It is purely a business proposition, mil as far as tho Big Mine wanting to shut down .for six months, that is wrong, for if they (lid they would in all probability lose their Eastern market for lead, which has taken several years to build up. -r- As fbr Mr. Delprat resigning over the matter, .that is1 also wrong. ft will he found when: his band is played, he hai what' he considers the .'-Joker,' in the shape -of a; sliding scale. Pe...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ONE MAN, ONE JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ONE MAN, ONE JOB. Sir,— -Willi your references in Tliurs. dti.V's .'isgiie.... of ''Truth' 011 |u above: : subject; re Council show, iug ? patience, and the principle of 'one mail, ; one joo,' I iieartilv agree.:;:! ini .-congratulate you 011 tin: si„.'.i ^thUeii... -.,Tl;at.;.:is, of 'course, on the .oral, inidcrstandirig' of the principle, l^t I would 'liko^tp-scc -you go further, anj gt»i a: ciear-','and:. definite statenieut m to. wliere -llifiT'lincVbr limit is drawn. In -iicrt;;i.;wpuld like you to ,,'ct 0i|j. ei:i'y from ; tile 'jCounril what in i;1(,;r judgment- (-bines under the lieu'li-itr 0j ''Que .niiui, pnoj job.' - f would like Ibis ni.t 'for niy own- personal knou-l -il»a togctlieiybut partly because I !)ei.n asXed by 'several for my opinion 0:.. n,e matter,' and, liavo given same accordiuo to iny . convictions. _ Whethor my opiu. ion. is in accord with what tlic Couu. cil requires, of course 1 could not sav, But -if -you could get the definitio...
BROKEN HILL JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
BROKEN HILL JOCKEY CLUB. A meeting of tne B. II. J. C. was held at the olliee of the secretary (Mr. II, L. Hosier) last night, at which it was decided to hold the annual Boxing Day meeting. Tlic sum of £250 has been distributed over a programme 01 six events, the two principal races being the B. IT. .1. C. Handicap of ,€S0, and the Hurdles, Cut. Nominations close 011 December 8th, and the weights arc to be issued 011 December loth. '
N.S.W. LABOR COUNCIL. WADE'S IMMIGRATION PROPOSALS CONDEMNED. SYDNEY, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
N.S.W. LABOR COUNCIL. WADE'S IMMIGRATION PRO POSALS CONDEMNED. ['Truth'*' Special Serrise.] SYDNEY, Thursday Night. '? At to-night's meeting ot the. Labor Council in New South Wales, a resolution was passed condemning the immigration proposals of the Wade Government. There was a further debate 011 flic question of the alteration of the rules, and, in addition to those agreed to last week, it was decided that the Council shall have, upon the recommendation of tlio Executive, ttie power to remit any payments received from the unions or to cancel the arrears of fees owing. It was also decided that district coun cils shall pay the. sum of £3/15 per quar ter, and shall be entitled to three dele gates. _ Also, that all unions or councils beyona the metropolitan area may elect any trade unionist as a delegate, subject to the approval of the Head Council. The. debate stands adjourned.
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. — . The ordinary monthly meeting of the Broken: - llill . Benevolent Society ivas held-iin -the: Council Chamber: yesterday afternoon;. 'Mrs. C. G. Bowen presided. -?There .? -were - also ? present : — Mesdames -Wylio;: EiflOr-PcnliaU,. Jfclntosh, Jackson, Lawtoii,;iind the Revs; E.-J. 'luck, A. iv. Wellington, J. Patterson, N. D. Herring, and W. -W. '-Finch; and the secretary (.Mr. II. W . James.) .. Tlio visiting committee reported on the circumstances' sfirroundmg tliose receiv ings assistance - from the society, which 111 the mam showed that several had 'dc- claved olV,'; whilst 'many new applicants had been individually dealt with. The secretary reported that 110 reply had been receivciLwitli.rcference to the application for a grant of ? £100 for Christmas cheer, -and that ' tlic : Government subsidy , which was due last July, had not come to hand ?up to the -present.- , Tlie secretary was instructed to write to the. department 111 respect *to the sub sidy, ...
THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
? IHE- SPilTiO WOULD. (By 'Grand Flaneur.') TUFTS CF TURF. A keen ji:d;/e of tlie rating game gives it as Jii.s opinion that mi boys who lmve nerved icss tlian n 1- month*' a jiiironticcj- #hip should lie allowed to rale in a race. In tliia respwt v.e are thoroughly in ac cord with hiri. As things are at pre sent, mere lire several inexper leueeu mm gets permitted to ride in races— lads who 'have only had a few months at the yi'.me, and who can barely retain their seat.-:, let alone do justice to their mounts. One of these dnvs there will lie a lii;_' smash, and valuable equine pro perty will be lost, and possibly human life sacrificed at the altar of sport. That good old battler, Combat, who has numerous ra.-es to his credit, was recently sold at I'crlU to J. McGowan, for II guineas. He beat .Sweet Nell at ?\reight-i'or-a,r;e in a Parkside Stakes at Victoria I'-!'.: I: a few Vcars ago, when when iScoi.i'. 's hiiv Wa:i at the time n ^-year-oil. Such a hot pot as .Sweet Nell. geUia.'...
THE VALUE OF ARBITRATION. Lucidly Explained by One Who Has Fought for His Rights. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
THE VALUE SJFMMm Lucidly Explained by One Who Has FougKt for His Rights. (To the Editor.) , Sir. — It is pleasing to read in 'Bar- rier. Daily Truth' of tho 13th and lCtli instant, tho letters of your correspon dent, W.F.Rowe, appealing to the workers. at the .Barrier to register .un der tho. Federal Arbitration Act, so as to enable them to fic-lit tlio em ployers for. justice without having to revert to tlic . old barbarous method oi the strike. Now, Sir, ,T claim, to have, had expel'-' leilco in:l)o til methods inT settling indus trial. disputes, having struck 111 1890, and had to return to work beilten. Owing to the... employers ' having found out in 1390 ? our.- weakness in 1893, they, .re duced tlio wages by £2. per month, with the result that wb again had to strike, and' alter a bitter struggle we had to return to. our work beaten, and accept tlio . reduction 111 our wages. ?vTlie workers then resolved to send Labor representatives into Parliament for tho purposo of getting in...
DEATH OF A.M.A. MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
? DEATH OF A.M.A. MEMBER. ? There died at the hospital, yesterday ?afternoou, William McDonald, a miner, who was admitted to the institution on Tuesday. - The deceased had been for some time complaining of illness, which necessitated his staying home from his work for the past month. O11 Tuesday hist, at about a quarter to nine, he went to see the timekeeper at tho Proprietary Mine, in order to ascertain if his. position were still vacant, and whilst, there lie became suddenly ill, vomiting blood. The services of the ambulance were requisitioned, and the deceased was taken to his home, in Blende Street; where lie resides by himself. Here he was examined by a doctor, who at once ordered his removal to the hospital, to where he was taken later 011 in ttie dav. On entering that institution, it was found that deceased was suffering from double pneumonia, and was then in a very critical stage. McDonald never rallied. He was a single man, 45 years of age, and a finan cial member of the A....