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MINING INTELLIGENCE. SHARE MARKET. ("Barrier Daily Truth" Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
MINING INTELLIGENCE. SHARE MARKET. ('Barrier' Daily Truth' Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. Included in thisaftcrnoonV share busi ness on 'Change-was included: — Broken Hill Gas Coy. (paid), b. 14/0. Barrier Wlmvf, b. 80/. . Carmichacl Procebs, s. 17/3, 17/, and 10/3, b. 10/3, s. 17/- ' Zinc Corporation, b. 5/0. Associated, b. 20/0, s. 27/3. Northern, & 0/2. ' ' Barramie Eanges, b. 1/0, s. 2/. ClmlVers, s. G/10, C/0, and 0/10. Cumberland, s. 4/o aifd 4/4, b. 4/4, s. 1/0. Golden Kidge, sales 28/, b. 20/0, s. 28/0. ' ? * Golden Grove, sales 1/4 to1 1/0, b. 1/4, s. 1/0. '\ . Boulder, sales 28/3, b. 28/3, s. 28/4'/3. Boulder One, b. 9/7, a. 10/. _ Main Heef, sales 7/0, b. 7/8, s. 7/9. - Perseverance, sales 7/10, b. 7/8, s. 7/10. Green Mount, b. 9d., s. 1/. Golden Links, sales 0/4 and 0/2.' N Hainault, sales 12/9. Hannan'sStar, sales 0/7,, 0/8, and 0/7, b. 0/7, s. 0/9. s ' Lake View Consols, b. 15/, s.,15/4ya. Mararoa, sales 20/9, 21/, and 21/3, b. 21/, s. 21/0. Marvel Lo...
ARRIVAL OF MR FRANK HYETT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
ARRIVAL OF MR FRANK HYETT. Mr. Frank Hyctt, of. the Melbourne Socialist' Party, nrriveil iii Broken, .Hill, by yesterday's .express. When asked tiis opinion regarding the utterances of Mr. J. Xewland, M.L.A'., who is reported to have said that tho S.A. Labor Party repudiated the attitude taken up by .Mr. Tom Mann, Mr. Ilyctt says that notwithstanding Mr. !Newland 5 asser tion, the rank and iile of the Labor Party in S.A. are quite enthusiastic con cerning Mr. Tom Mann's campaign. 'Virile in Adelaide, Mr. llyelt addressed meetings in the -Botanical Gardens, which were largely attended;
(By our Special Reporter.) BLOCK 14. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
(By our Special Reporter.) ' BLOCK 14. Tho diamond- drill referred to. yester day is at work on the lode at the 400 ft. ic%'el. On the 500 ft. level, an excavation is being made for the purpose of secur ing space for another diamond diill. It is necessary to put up a rise for 25 or 30 ft. in order fiat tins dvilU may. be inserted as requUvl. This property ilo-i'rU m lti'-;-o Jiook cts. It hiia iitfu lmpi»cncd that il-o authorities have corno to tlie'-concviision :ii«f the soam had cut out. Tim iiiiu'is, however, have sug^j3L''l puMing in -i few more holes, with the result (.but p'r haps 1000 tons of rich ore has been un earthed. The following progress repors for work ending October 29th, 1008, i:as boon sup plied by the management, --f Block 14: — Despatches: Carbonate o-e — 113 Ions 'of the usual grade. 100 ft. level — Winze from British tunnel in section 30IC has been started, and sunk 10 ft. in fair grade carbonate ore. South footwall drive in section 2A was driven 3 ft., and hav...
HARRY COX LODGE M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
HARRY COX LODGE M.U.I. O.O. F. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above lodge was ..eld in tlie lodge room jn Monday night, liro. W. Ryan, N.G., presided. After the routine business had been disposed of, P.O. (Bro. Swanson gave a short address on certain phases of the consolidation question. It was arranged to hold the next lncctina at the Trades Hall, where -i lcctuie will bo given by Bro. Swanson, entitled 'Why U the M.U. in the van of Jfriem-.y Societies?' A notice of motion that iu future the lodge meets at 'Dryen's -Hall, Thomas Street west, was givon.
BROKEN HILL SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
BROKEN HILL SAVINGS BANK. The hist annual statement of ac ?ounts of this branch showed an amount jf £170,238 10s. 3d. at tlie credit of iepositors. Newcastle (financially) .?leaded the list of co_untry branches, with £305,437 13s.' ul. to the credit of 5,147 depositors. Broken Hill shows a .ead of 1,388 depositors over the coal mining city, and heads the lisc of coun try branches in this respect.
CANARY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
- .CANARY CLUB. Several gentlemen interested in canary breeding have decided to form a Canary Club. JU'or'the purpose of discussing de tails they met last night at the Niagara Gardens, Argent Stiool. As the attend ance was not up to expectations, however, no formal meeting was held. Thirty can ary fanciers have already giveiuthcir names in as members, including Messrs. II. G. Bright and 1-\ A. Hince— both authorities on canaries.
BARRIER SHOP ASSISTANTS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
'BARRIER SHOP- ASSISTANTS' UNION. -'The inonibly genornl nipotinc: of, He S'ksp Assistants TJninu iviib held 111 iht- Trnrlpt- Ffnll Insl Tiitiht, t.l|p probiclont (Mr. R. 13. Cliarles) xvesiding over a largo attendance. ' 'Correspondence was icceived from tho secretary of tho Shop Assistants' Federation re the Federal badge; from the secretary Sydney Executive V.L.L., and from tho A.Ij.11 . Tho matter of affiliation with tho A.L.F. was dof erred pending revision of. the rules of that body. A resolution was carried requesting tho president of tho Saturday Half Holiday Loafiuo to call a special meet ing to consider tlio advisability of dis banding the league, and to enable this branch to undortako tlio further con trol of the movement. No appointment of a canvassing ste ward was miule, and it was resolved flint applications bo invited by adver tisement for the position. Complimentary remarks on the new daily arc hcaru' on all hands. Even in police court circles its name is mention ed...
CECILIA PRENDERGAST Is Anxious to Start a Now Life. Who Will Give Her a Start? Magistrate Sympathetic. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
CECILIA PRENOERCAST Is Anxious to Start a Now Lifo. - Who Will Givo Her a Start? '- Magistrate Sympalhotic. Cacilia Prendergast appeared on ro inaud beloro JMr. J. Mcivcnscy , : S.M. , ut Uho Police Court yesteiday morn ing, on tlio chaigo oi being an habi tual cJruiika-itl. Tlio accused, who' appealed to be a physical meek, on being asked to pload, stated that slio thought that it was -oi no use go inir airainst tho constable's word. 1'lso S.M. : .'How do' you plead, guilty or not guucyi'' Tho accused:' '\Vcll, I suppose 1 must plead guilty. 'It sscms that I am no sooner out .of gaol than I am arrested again.' 1 Constable Magill, on being called up-' to givo ovidouco, stated thatrh'e was on duty 111 Uxido Street on Sep tember 26th last. Accused was then iu a stat-o of intoxication, and was acting in- a very disorderly manners coming on w tho footpath shout ing out at tlia top of her voice, and causing a general disturbance. - When she saw him coming she wont towards Ciystal -„ Stre...
AFGHANS' CHRISTMAS ENDS. CAMEL TEAMS SET OFF FROM BROKEN HILL FOR FAR COUNTRY STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
AFGHANS' CHRISTMAS ENDS. CAMEL TEAMS SET OFF FROM BROKEN HILL FOR FAR COUNTRY STATIONS. Tho Afghans of camel camp have brought their 'Christmas' eolobra-, tions to a close. Tho festival!1, was witnessed by hundreds of visitors, and the camp's hospitality took tlio form of loinon squash. Tho commanders of tho ships of the desert never. touch in toxicants. Cabs did a roaring trade carrying tho teamsters and fcheir (uinntrvinoii resident in other . cmartors to and from tlio oamp, whore tlio rites and ceremonies of tho occasion woro conducu.nl. As soon as tlio celebrations ceased, U10 teams from-\Vost Broken 'Hill' and AortJi Broken Hill camps dopartcd on ono of their periodical journeys' to out lying statiqns. with general moichun uise, whicli includes Hour, salt, sugar, oobacco, ' and ironmongery. ? , Tno chief team is that, in charge of Jam Jtosc, and consists of a train oi 21) camels, each carrying a 'pack ot about aewt. of goods. Tlio destina tion is' Yandama Station, about. 40 mil...
HOW TO MAKE A CRAFTSMAN. Mine Manager and Assayer and Motor Drivers at the Technical College. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908
HOW TO MAKE A CRAFTSMAN. Mine Manager anil Assayer and Motor Diivers at tlie Technical Coilag?. What do yoii want your eon to bo? Chaifour or rnLie- manager, joiner or electrician ? . And your daughter— is sho to learn domoatio economy, cook ing as a fino art (to the groat sav ing of liisr husband's liver and the hoaltli of tlio children) ? Vos? Then aro they — son and daughter — entered as students tit tho Technical College ? No ? Why not y Hero's tho machinery, well housed in substantial buildings* put up under fair day labor; weJl equipped with books ami appliances . mid most important of all — staffed by good men, oapjibV) instauctoiB, anxious to put their brains at tho disposal of wIwiueo ovor will. ? -From Mr. James Fordo, B.A., B.Sc, lvsidont pnneipal in ohargo, to tho youuRost master .tiiiero is ontJiusiasm. All that is lacking ia — a- fuller measure of public support and a gtoator kooncss on tho parfc of parents bo tako advanwigo of benefito offered. I/ot ua walk through an...
AU REVOIR. MRS. ROSONOVE LEAVES FOR A HOLIDAY IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
AU REVOIR. MRS. R0S0N0VE LEAVES FOR A HOLIDAY IN RUSSIA. Mis. 1'. Itosonovc' left broken Hill last evening for a six months' visit homo. As home means Ilifsia, the journey will, lake some five weeks by sea lo Odessa,' then there is the long journey inland to Nuolaveilch. Three or four months are planned to be spent with her relatives on this her fust i etui 11 after nearly throe year-.1 absence. As her friends know. Mrs. ltosonove's people are medical : a sister and a bro ther-in-law piaetisc as doctors. Befoic her depaituro, -Mrs. Rosoiiovp invited a nninbci' of Socialist ladies lo her lesidpii'je, to exchange good-byes. A very pleasant evening was spent in songs and short speeches. During supper Mrs. M'Donald proposed the toast of '' The hostess and' family.1' This was supported by Mrn. Cilouie. who. not only added her qtioto of appreciation for and regret, at patting with Mrs. llosonove and her children.' but elaborated on the tolerance of thu ladies associated with the group iu ...
RAILWAY TOWN CATHOLICS. Are Raising £200 to Provide a New and larger Church. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
RAILWAY TOWN CATHOLICS. ? .& ? Are Raising £209 to Provide a New and ; ',, Larger Church. ?'' Before long the Italian Catholic Church at Eaihvny Town will 'be dis lhantled, bit sby bit, and a new and better ono built in its place. The new one is to go up just about- at the same rate that the, old one conies down. It is loo small— tlio old-.onc ; and there, will bo iinm-ovcmcnls. ... . ? ? . Daiicing is to supply- much,' if.- not most, vof tho funds. 'Socials' liquidated tho debt .on the old ; socials aio rapidly raising money for the now. About £200 is requiied,'and ten lino entertainments of thcvkind just held should' see the sum in .tho bank. This icaliscd '£21/ Theio was a , varied ' programme— plenty of dancing, a delightful supper. The Burke ^Wai d Hull offered a nice floor, and Bert ' Smith' can always bo trusted to supply good music, and Mr. W. Shelley to play Master of tho.Ceicmonies, witli gL.\ca and tact, while tho ladies' catering more thsin satislied. 1 Anolhei s...
The Police Court. WEDNESDAY.—BEFORE MR. J. McKENSEY, S.M. A PENSION IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
Tfe.e Police Cems-fc. WEDNESDAY.— BEFORE MB. J. . McKENSEY, S.M. , ? 1 A PENSION IN 'DANGER. An olcKman of apparaitly 70 Eiim .-neiis, was bi ought up. i-lis boot.s were 1 cully unfit for wear, ho J/jokecl as jl evidently fie had seen belter Uajo. ami suficiecl many privations. His whole body was ticmbling, and his voice as he addiesscd tlio S.M. was very shaky and scaicely audible.1 (.lo stated in a very pleading manner, that ha had been 111 dulimitr in a droi- of '.wine, like ?TimoUiv. for his stomach's .sake. Th'o ariesting constable found his case in Silver SUoo.t. lie was spilling wine all over his coat. Tho Magistrate lcmcmbcrod that the old man had appeared 011 a similar chargo onco befoic, and was tlwi warn ed that if it occurred again ho would bo obliged to doprivo him of his pen sion. Ho would bo sorry lo have to lake such a couibc, and pioposed to consider his ycais and deal leniently with him. Fined ol, or imprisonment until the risin;; of the courl.
THE ARGUMENT BECAME TOO HOT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
THE ARGUMENT BECAME TOO HOT. ' A case of indecent language was next heaid. A young man ol 21 years pleaded guilty. ' lie stated that at tho tiino tho words complained of wcio used he was very excited, having been 'in dulging in an argument. A number of youths wero standing iu Oxide Stieot on Tuesday, and weio indulging in voibal, battle. The climax came when ordinary English scorned insufficient, and foul phrases were shouted . - The S_.M. said ib was a disgrace that a young man like tho accused should indulge in such filthy languago as had been used. JTo would lino him 20s. or 7 days imprisnment: Tho fmo was paid.
PREMIER QUESTIONED IN PARLIAMENT. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
PREMIER QUESTIONED IN PAR LIAMENT. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service] SYDNEY, Wednesday ?.Night. In the Assembly this afternoon Mr. CJiarlton askcdfthe Premier if, in view of the fact -that -'-a. 'conference was pro 'ceoding amicably at Broken Hill with a view to an amicable settlement' of the industrial: difliculties there, he would direct the withdrawal of tho polico re omit,lv spiitv frnm Rvilnnv ? ?Mr. Wade replied: In answer to that question it. depends- on, .whether the lirst part of it is correct. 1 am not prepared to admit that the first part is correct. 1 caimot,. therefore, answer the oilier part.
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
-] THE WEATHER. \/, ', ' , ' Yesterday va's another t hot' and sultry, day, intermixed at various times with, dusty conditions. From the ofli eial somce we' learii that the highest lrnipc.iu.lurQ r.'conicd was 04 Vj degiees. whilst the . Icmpi'ialuic on Tuesday nij'.ht wca (Jl degrees. ']'!»- fouvust ovci Xow South Wales at' noun .ycuiui'dtt.v read as . follows:- - \\arm and lino inland. Cloudy more or less along cuast, with some scattmed showers. South to east winds. Over South Australia the weather forecast is as fellows: — Generally fine \vinda. Kining temperature, and cast to north-east, winds.
MR. WADE'S REPLY. PREMIER TELEGRAPHS ABSURD "EXPLANATION" TO THE "BARRIER DAILY-TRUTH." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
MR. WADE'S REPLY. PREMIER TELEGRAPHS ABSURD 'EXPLANATION' TO THE 'BAR- RIER DAJLY'TRUTH.' , Premier Wade has at last replied to the telegram sent to him by the Editor of 'Barrier Daily Truth' on Monday: — ? Parliament Housb, Sydney. Editor 'Dally Truth,'— Sn reply your vviro Covornment havo no Intention or desiro Intorforo with or Influence nosotiatlona whicn may ba ponding bcivvocn i inlna ownors and minors by sonel ing oxtra polfcs to Broton Hill. InspEotor-Coneial of Pclios r» coived gs*:sral instructions re cently sinoo strike noarly oc curred In Broken l-liil to sso that good order was mairitainod. En pursuance of thoso general in struotions, Mr. Caruiu despatched small body men to rainforcs limi ted number of police now station ed at Broken Hill. Chief Secre tary rnailo this announcement in Parliament fast night. WADE, Premier. '
EAST BROKEN HIll FIRE. CORONER RETURNS AN OPEN VERDICT OWING TO INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
EAST BROKER HILL FIRE; CORONER RETURNS AN OPEli VER DICT OWING TO INSUFFICENT EVIDENCE. An inquiry into tin; cause of thu fire ;it Mrs. (Jray's lcsidenci1. East Bioken Hill, on Stiluulny night lasf, was held before the -coroner,. Mr. T. Hall; in t.ie Courthouse -yesterday afternoon. Colonel ,(.iemlers appeared for the North Queensland and Koyal Fire As surance Company, wh.lst Sergeant Satin by watched the case on behalf of the nolirc. Superintendent Lamborne. if the Bioken Hill' File Brigade, was ilso iu court. Hose Kelloway staled that she was a married woman and had been, previous lo the iiic, residing at her mother's (Mrs. Gray) house. He* mother was at present -in Adelaide, having been down there a week last Tuesday. r Her idea of going to Adelaide was to' take her little boy (11 months) down to leceivp medical treatment for nose and throat trouble. He had never booh under 'treat ment in Broken Hill, but there was an other brother ., who had' been treated by Dr. McGillivray for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
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