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SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. MR. GRIFFITH MOVED THE ADJOURMENT, AND IS "NAMED" AND RESIGNS. WADE'S GAGGING TACTICS. A DRAMATIC INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. MR. CRIFFITH MOVED THE AD JOURMENT, AND IS 'NAMED' AND RESICNS. WADE'S GAGGING TACTICS. A DRAMATIC INCIDENT. On receiving a -tcJegram .from ''I5;irn- r Ui'ly Truth' ae.i«.ninting him wit'i tho aUpid act of t'ic Government. XI:. G.if lit!, the member lor Sturt, puf. a' i;i.--s- tion in the House. (His senior, Mr. K we regret to say ill in bed.) He asked tho Chief Secretary whether it was true that a detachment of fifty nolice was beini! sent from Sydney to be quartered on Broken Hill. It so, would the Government reconsider its decision in view of the fact that there were now going on ni that place delicate negotia tions? Had the Premier received repre sentation from public bodies at Broken Hill? In view of these facts he urged the police should be recalled before they reach their destination. The motive be hind their dispatch wan evidently to in terfere with the negotiations between the miners and the Association. Mr. Wood, replying, stated that it was not a fact...
MR. STANLEY SAYS THE BOARDS ARE NOT TO BLAME. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
MR STANLEY SAYS THE BOARDS ARE NOT TO BLAME ,. Last night Mr Stauloj V Low, man ager of the Block 10 mine, n is eon;? niunicatcd with by telephone fiom 'Bar- nei Daily Tiuth' oflice. lie was asked whether he knew anything ot the oiigi.i of '/ the' decision to send an extra - forra n' illjuo fn Brokdl Hill . ' '*No certainly not,' was the reply. 'I know' nothing of it beyond what ap learod in tlie press. J. tiniiK, personally that tho specelies made by some of the Labor bpcakeis with regard to taking food if. they needed it, and so on, have stirred up Uie Government, and made them lake action. 1 am sure that our Bonru have done nothing in the matter, as I lmc Hist returned from Melbourne, and I heard nothing of that, kind from the mining people. I heard far more liars e\pics-=cd for the safety of pro perty, by business people in Adelaide and 'Melbourne than I did from mining men. Our Boards believe that the lead ers of the men are much too sensible to dp anything to damage mine or ot...
WHY ARE THE POLICE COMING? Nobody in Broken Hill Has Suggested They Are Needed. Mr. Delprat Says He Did Not. MINE MANAGERS AND MINISTERS INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
[?] Nobody .in Brofen Hill Has Suggested Iky Are Needed. Mr. Ddprat Says He Did Not. MJ'J| MANAGERS AND iNISTERS INTERVIEWED. This morning a telegram, in the name of the Town Council, will be sent to the Piemiei, i«kmg, among other' things, why are the police sent » \t the meeting of the Council last mgla, me only explanation tint could bu suggested, that (Wucd the grouhd,j was that Mi Wade is dctci mined, at! any co^t, to forte his Arbitration Act' Iohii tho thioats of the people of Broken Hill.. ? Eicia public man it ho was been oiv. the subiect — the action of Mi Wade. «G6 the chief topic of come sation in all; circles — condemned the ino\cmcnt of: the police as inopportune j nil scandalous;; As PMimpics of c\]n pistons of public; opinion, -\\e gi.e iree bj clerg} men Xtj! The Uc\ ?Ii Pattciion, Pi esb vtcriaiir | Minister '-aid In* thought it a most'exjf tiao.dma ^ piotccdm^. and could ''npi; unUr--land \\h\ it v as clone Ifeiceri t iinl% Kguto that tlu police ha%b-.been 0Ul( :-...
TELEGRAMS TO THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
TELECRAMS TO THE PREMIER. The followinjLjyires were despatched to Mr. Wade, State Premier, yesterday morning by the Mayor (Aid. .T. 11. Ivey):— . 'Humoured here fifty police despatched to Broken Hill in view of possible strike. Public opinion strongly adverse lo such a course of action, as the result would have the effect of aggravating rather than pacifying turbulent spirits.' Chamber of Commerce consular action sending additional police to Broken Hill entirely unnecessary in view of the present outlook. A pisaeeful settlement- of existing industrial differ ences 13 anticipated. — WOOD, Prissiiiflni.' To Messrs. J. H. Cann and Griffith yes terday the secretary of the Combined Unions telegraphed: — ''Reported fifty police on their .way to Broken Hill from Sydney. If such' is the ease the position will bs serious. Workers of Broken Hill 'prepared to settle industrial matters amicably. Load ers unable to guarantee law anil ordi'r unless police immediately 'recalled:-- W. D. BARNETT.'<...
MR. DELPRAT INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
MR DELPRAT INTERVIEWED. A 'Bairier Daily Truth'' repipsnulative waited upon Mi. G. D. Delpiat yesteidny afternoon Mr Delpiat mid that he knew nothing of the matter beyond what had appealed in the press. ''What would be the good of fifty police?' he asked. ' i'heic aie 0000 miners line. '1 would not like to be'. one of the fifty,' lio added. POUCE WOULD STOP CONFER ENCE. At Dip Council meeting, under the heading of 'Orders of tin Da} ' Aid Bath moved— 'That thu Mayor wife asking ihc Premier to withdraw the police. immediately from Broken Hill. If not this Council will not be responsible for what may eventuate.' He said that if the police arrived there would bo no conlpiciu'p There would be a strike. \id Wai nock, said that the police were being sent on out of a spirit of hate und antagonism. Aid. Wilson thought that the -wire shouliT ask why the police were Doing sent, and moved an amendment to that effect, seconded by Aid. Wickes. Aid. Doe strongly supported the mo tion. AM. Wright ...
EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. A large number of pcum won at the Art Union still remain lo be called for. Since Monday tho 'following, pi fee- win- ners linvo claimed their liophies. The fourth ])ii^e (Ko. 10.871) was won 'bv Mr. Walter Blee, Crystal Hotel.. This was a handsome dining-ioom suite, in tapcstiy, supplied by .Mr. Tom Reid, and valued at £13/10. The following pii^es were a!so called for :— Sth pi be (beautiful enipot square, 'nine (M,M). L. Jordan ; ltith (tet earveis), Mr. J. jJaiUioJomcu ; 2Sth (toilet bet) S. , ueggj 3UUi (silver tea-pot), G. Colleyj 37th (act photo albums), M. i\eith; -list (himrhomc lamp), G. tjparrow. 42nd (half dinner set), L. ,1. London; 40th (tea set, 21 pieces), C. J. Ilenyenw eider; olst (diessing case), ' J. W. Spencer ; 52nd (13.P. palad bowl and serveis), E. G. Eickard : i-3rd (overmantlel. . K. Fcuieyhougli ,- 58th (E.P. ciuei), G. Whilauer ; (list (ladies' dressing case). Mis. J. W. Bloomfield; 63ul (aecordeon), M. Butler ; liOrh (13.1J. teapot),...
THE MUNICIPAL BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
THE MUNICIPAL. BATHS. The municipal batlts- have been well pationised during the present hot weather spell. Ladies arc -among' the most frequent patrons. Xolwitlistand ing tho large number of bathers, the caretaker (Mr, ?McPhcison), expi esses aiupiiso at the gieut number who aie unable to swim. The carnival, which' lakes place m December, is expected to bo unusually successful. A day in each week is set apart for tho attendance of schohus fiom each school. They are usually accompanied by -icir teacheis, who arc taking gicat' intciest in the youngsteis, many of whom, aro becom ing c.\peits in the natatoiia'l ait.
ADJOURNED APPEAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
ADJOURNED APPEAL COURT. Eegaiding the appeals in the Supreme Couit in respect to valuations of land held under niineis' lights, lefericd lo in the columns of 'Barner iJaily Tmth,' tho Mayor has. had an interview with Mr. McKensoy, b.M., and Thursday, 12th lNovembei (at 12 p.m.) has been fixed upon as the date for the healing of ap peals in connection with tho lands hold under Miners' Eiguts, and not alieady dealt with.
A LADY INSOLVENT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
A LADY INSOLVENT. ['Barrier Daily Truth'- Service.] ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. Tlie adjourned finali meeting in in solvency o£ lili/.a Catherine Evoraid was resumed to-day. 'i'liio accountant reported t«at_ after analysing tho schedule respecting tiio liabilities of insolvent, - tho position shown was as under: — Liabilities, £10, 305 : assets, £4,097 ; deficiency, £6,808. Mr. Poolc. council for tho opposing creditor, in addressing the court, said .that seven years ago tho position of v insolvent wa3 such that as years went - on she would liavo had assured xo her - a fair comi-otonce. Now f-ho was pen niless, having been stripped of all her assets, and was liable for debts amounting to twice tho amount slwwn. Insolvent's position had been brought about by Mr. jVIuirhead, for it was at his request that she had made hoi self liable for all those sums. His Ilouor reserved his decision.
GOLD AT TANAMI. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
GOLD AT TANAM1. ' [?? Barrier Daily Truth ' Service.] ADELAIDE,, Tuesday NighS ?Tho officer controlling tho Northern Territory to-day received a. telegram from th'o Gawiiimciit iiesident advising that Lawrio, Brown, and Jjambcrt. who have been prospecting at Tanami, neat the Western.— Australian border, had telegraphed fiom Hall's Creek, Western Australia, stating that tho paity had so far obtained 3Gof/.. of alluvial gold, including specimens weighting '6oz., 12d\vt.. and 25dwt. Tin's represents tho return from nino months' prospecting for thieo men who were working on the lino of Iodo trace ah!o on the suifaco for over ono milo. ? They were experiencing trouble from shortage of water pnd would have to ceaso worlc unless assistance was given. They were asking foi the loap ot camels and assistance towards sinking for lvater. .. - _ The Chief Warden for«t3io Northern Territory also telegiaphed lecommond ing that if tho camels at present at Victoria llivor woro available- they should ...
BOOT MERCHANT CHARGED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
BOOT MERCHANT CHARGED. ['Barrier Daily Tmth' Service.] ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. At tho AdoJaido Polico Court to-day /Georgo Arthur Jmy, a boot ?'Manu- facturer, was ohargctl, on tho informa tion of inspector iiiunmgan, ior paying an improper Joss wages than *thu amount iixed by the boot trado Tiio improver's jiamois John Marian BounsercJl, and it is alleged ''that. Jury, paid him 17s. Cd.. psr nock, whereas, according to x-rico jato fixed by the Wages lioard. ho should havu: paid £1 5s. Counsel for tho defendant ? intimated. that it was intended to place facts be fore tho court, and af tor a decision had boon gnoii on the- le^al points rais ed, to ask that a caso slibulcl b,o stated' for-the High Couit, in order that a de finite undei standing should bo ariived at in connection with''tlie matter. Tho caso was adjourned until the -11th instant.
MONTHLY CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
MONTH liY CUSTOMS RETURNS. The -Sub-Collector of ..Customs at Broken Hill (Mr. 'A. D. Henry) -has sup plied the following figures in connection with the export and 'imports trade of t the Harrier, for' tlio month1 ending October 31st. :—??'- ? , ? .KXPORTS. ? Lead in ore, 247,180 cwts. .. £102,500 Silver in ore,1 472,102 cwts'..- 31,241 Zinc concentrates, 704,220 cwts ' 74-.703 Silver lead ore,1 50,U(10; cwts. '.. - »,012 Copper ore, 240 owls ' . . ' . : . 50 (Joldin ore, 102 ov.s.' '.. .. '708 Hides, cattle, 880, head ..'?..?' 703 Sheep skins, 1J.880 head ,- ''. . 2,542 Wool, greasy, 700,080 lbs -^.v 00,820 Total exports' '.'.??? ;,,\ ' '„, £241,001 ,.'. 'lMP0RTj.t-''..C .,;'.;...'..' Australian - .'-.v.'- „.-. ? '-.?;'; VV- '.'£51,877 Oversea . . ''. . t ?;-.,.;? .-.' - ?*.?'.;]: .'44,007 \ ,' REVENUE*. lj-t .'.._.- . .-. Collected '?, . .lV.:^..' 'V-f ''£2,082/18/0 Credited ' . / ..'..., ... .??? '' 7,130/ 9/8
BARRIER SCHOOLS INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
BARRIER SCHOOLS INSPECTOR. Mr. G. A. Blumcr, M.A., Barrier Dis-, triet School Inspector, has just . com- pleted his - yearly , ? inspection' of the Broken Hill district, and has. been sum moned' to Sydney to .assist in similar work in ,thc metropolitan district, dur ing tlio next six weeks. Mr. Blumcr will probably return to Broken Hill im mediately, after Christmas.
NEW QUEENSLAND JUDGE. BRISBANE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
NEW QUEENSLAND JUDGE. ? ^ ? — ['?Barrier Daily Tmth' Service.] IHIISBAXE, Tuesday Niglit. ?,-lfr, Slinnd 1ms been nppoinied a Xortliorn Supreme Court Judge. ? In connection with this appointment. 'it Jibs transpiied that Mr. Blnir, who .was nt Esk, and who returned to Biis kuie yesteulay, by motor ear, visited (he Premier this morning by request, nml the matter, ot lus appointment. 'was further discussed, n - ? IVimt tiansjiiied is difficult to nsccr tain, but it was eventually announced tlitit Mr. Shnnd had been appointed.
NORTH QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. BRISBANE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
' NORTH QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. ('Barrior Daily Truth' Service.) I'.IUSUANI'V Tuosrtiiy Night. Viuiny Wilson, nged 53, of ?Cnrpcn- ?tnria JJohh1' Sliition, mis charged at (j,c police (ouit, (li-oi'getowH, with the niunlw 'f ills-. Nellie Dully, u house fcpejii'r (in Hint hlntioii. iSensntioiml pvideiifc u.is given by an aboriginal us to tin1 deed being committed by sever ing t'K' J'W1''' vein with u pen knife, ,rfiilu the \ieliin was asleep in bed. The eiiM1 lia-j been lcniiuidod.
KILLING THEIR OWN MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
KILLINC THEIR OWN MEAT! '.Various , sections. , of 'the community, hfLviug Eppcial- religious scruples with re gard- to, tho slaughtering . of .sheep and cattle, havo approached tlje Mayor with a, 1 view to obtaining permission to do 'their own slaughtering..' It is,- however, distinctly laid down by statute that in the county,, of Yaneowinna, ntf meat oll'cred for sale shall have 'been killed anywhere except at the Municipal Abat toirs. 'Among those .socking -the right to kill their own meat; 'arc members of tho Jewish, Brahmin, and Mohammedan faiths.
THE CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
THE CITY COUNOL The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Broken Hill. City Council was held last night, when there were present : ? Alderman ,i. II. Ivey (Mayor), Warnock Wii.-ks, Bath, Half, Marks, Doc. nml UV.ght. * ' . ! ' CORRESPONDENCE. Ivom the fjecroi.uy Broken ifi,'. liowl forwarding a statement showing tlio statutory action required to be taken should it be decided that the Brokon Hill Water Supply works be carried out by- tho Department, under the Country Towns' Water and Sewerage Act, as re ferred to in Monday's '? Harrier Daily Truth.'— Received.. -From the Hiime, slating that the pro visions of Section 170n of Local Govern ment Loans Act, 1007, would apply to the loan of £0,0^0 obtained by Coun cil.-^-l?ep'oivc'd.. ? ' ? ' From' the , General Manager (Mr. Del prat) of tlio Broken Hill Proprietary do., concerning ' the question of tlie water supply from Umbcrumberka dam, and stating. 'that the 'question was fully considered by the- full Board at their meeting last week, w...
LICENSED VICTUALLERS' RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
/ LICENSED VICTUALLERS' RACE MEETING. Tho Summer Meeting of the Licensed /ictuallers' Easing Club will be held on he- Broken Hill' course this afternoon. 3ood entries have been received, and it ?s expected that theic will be good fields ;or each event. Tho committee, headed oy the energetic s-ocretary, Mr.' J. Gofi' tm-. have made all arrangements for he convenience ami comfort of viaitoro, xnd the usual railway service will be arried out— the firbt train leaving Sul uhide feticct Station at '12.25, and re urning at 3.20 p.m. The'1 Broken Hill Brass Band will render a programme of lelected music dining the afternoon.
THE NEXT LABOR DAILY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
THE NEXT LABOR DAILY. It is very probable that the next Labor daily will be published at Sydney. The -members- of the A.W.U. are\to de -ide, this year, whether they shall levy themselves for this purpose. The ques tion submitted to them is whether they mvor the inwobilion- of a levy of £1 per year for shearers and cooks, and 10/ per year .for laborers, for two years. There aro to be no profits returned as lividcnds. The projeetcd daily will be an evening paper, and the estimated ?apital required will- be £00,000. -