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BURKE WARD P.L.L. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
;' \ BURKE WARD PlL??;:' ^tr. . J. AV. O'Brion presided over a mooting of tho Burko Ward P.L.L., held on Octobor 22nd,. at tho Mechanics' Institute. ?Letters wore read nnd, dealt . with fiom the IM1I1. As-,oml)ly 1 editing -o soiidiiic; a drlr^di-e to tho l'.I/.lj. Con ference to bo hold in Sydney. It was d- uded in fomi ;i d'putaliou of league nicmliurs sind citizenu to wait 11 the. City Council asking them to urge tho Government to construct tho Western Section of tramway. . . Aldorman Doo answered Eoveral (Questions for the benefit of members and the mooting closed.
NEWS AND NOTES. Won £200 on the Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
MP1M A ¥M UWf% Won £200 on the Cup. Tlie luukieat man on the Barrier on Tuesday appuaia to hnvo been Mr. llill ier, ])roprictor of the I'alaee Hotel. In one way and another his winnings leached £200. it Sb said that he has won a sweepstakes for seven years in succession ; and this year, selecting one horse in his own name, -lie picked Lord Xolan under a 116111 de plume.' and, hav ing faith in Ins inspiration, bucked it, with the lesult lhatjie had .WOO to draw. _ The Man in Commana.' '' ' ; ' Inspector Iioclic,^ who is on his ' way to Broken Hill in 'charge of the posse of CO police, was-'staying-in 'Ford Street, Sydney, about four years ago. Some one stole -his clothes, ito wvas reckoned one of the smallest detectives of that day ; but wo all ' fail at 'limes, and he has never' discovered the thief. HcIirb the reputation of being ofiieious in the discharge of his duties, and is, often dele gated to deal with ' pushes ' and other characters noted' for lack of the finer feelings. The...
LICENSED VICTUALLERS RACES. GOOD RACING AND ATTENDANCE AT THE SUMMER MEETING. OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
LICENSED ViCTUALLERS RACES. , , ? 1 ? GOOD RAGING AND ATTENDANCE AT THE- SUMMER' MEETING.. OFFICIALS. Committee, Q. J.' O'Neill (chairman), C. Webster,' J. H. Cordon, S. Burnett, W. J. Biggs, J. F.' Henderson, Tom ilcFio, Oscar Barnett, J. Demaeght, J. iVoonan; stewards, J. F. Henderson, J. Noonan, Oscar Barnett, 'W. S. Bolitho, i). D. Murray, Dr. Bartloy; judge, Mr. J. D. Lawson ; starter, , Mr. T. j\lcl-'ie; clerk of scales, Air. A. O'Brien, clerk of course, Air. I'. N. ltaynor; timekeeper, Mr. O. J. O'Neill; hamlicappor, Air. Hy. Hughes ; lion, surgeons, Drs. liorne and Dobbyn ;' secretary. Air. J. Cloyage. ' '\ Tho Broken Hill Licensed Victuallers ijummar Meeting was hold yester day on tho old course. ' Though the weather was warm, . the ouu's rays were fcernporcd with a slight cooling south-easterly breeze, and the attendance was the best since tho Cup meeting last July. Tho grand stand was well patronised by the ladies, and the Broken Hill Brass Band rendered a programme of li...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
bifie shooting: The ; Government ' Tramway Rille Club lias received a very pretty gift (» silvqr cup, picsonted by AIr-vW-R. Nairne, one of tho Club's viceprcsi rli-nts).- The Club is now firing, foy this Cup, and-bomo very good shoofc; ing is being put -up, causing keen inter est. ^It will take' four Saturdays to. de: clue the winner of. the Cup— October 24 an ! 31, November 7 ana. 14. Following arc the scores of the 'lirst two rounds:'-— 'l'lrtbT-ROijiw. \ - /?? - -Total. A. Roiss ? '- 32 . 33 '-'.85 W. Waldio .... 31 33 -.64 J. Taplin -. ..' .. 31 33, ?- 61 F. Grimm .. .'. ..- 20 ? .31' CO -A, Hammer ? ? '28 '.. 21) 57. H. Shuttleworth ... 31 - .'20 ' 57 E'. Burman ' .) .. 25 31'' 50 R. Ford .;. .. .'.- '20 - 29S 55 II. Lane ....... .25 30 55 L.' Black ...?' '..' /. - 28.'. 27 , 55 F.i Armstrong . . ' 29 25 ' 04 F. Waters .... 29 -- 24 53 \V. Roberts ..... 23 30 53 C. Roberts .. . .- -23 28 53 D. Brenley .. .. ' 21 ..29 50 T. fioorllmll .. .\ 23 20 40 K. Cray ..-..'.-. '21 28 49 ...
"ROBBERY UNDER ARMS." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
'ROBBERY UNDER ARMS.' Tho Alfred Dampiei Dramatic Com pany last night made a great succeba of thu tiuly Aufati,ihan bush diama 'Robljoiy Undoi Aims ' 'lheio was a good .ittondanoe, and tho iortunos of tho cliaiaeteis ueie lollowed with o\i dont appitciauon by tho^o prssoit. i'nis Lornp^ny is \ ell woith xho patiou ago of all ih.oai.io goeis
THE SPORTING WORLD. THE CUP PLACED HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
THE SPORTING. WORLD. (Bv ' tirnntl Fiixnuiir.') THE'CUiJ i-LACEi» HOSSES. Dclow will l;n foiinil something about tho reront. pcrfonnaucra of the placi'd horses in Tuesday's Melbourne Cup. A Bhoit historical sketch of Tnlkoroo (whom- 1 tipped to win) will also bo rend wit!) interest : — ? ' ' U-HT- NOLAN, b I1, 3 jis, ISy Positfli-.o -'-l.mlv Lvliiu. rsirrii'd 0=»t. Oil)., o\vj»w Air. .1. \Mnwi} Irninor, J3. A. Muyo C'!o=cly rclud-.l to J;ohl Cardigan. Wor ? I.V.' Handicap, l'/i mi!'1, 7st., at Walls eiwl, ivus fifth in A.J.O. Derby, won NVv- FlftK.es. .1) furlong?. S.3. f rom - Vin asoi H.5, nnd Perkoo, 8.12 ; gtfod third in Cuivpii Plate, 7.11, to Mooltan, 0.4, ami Jolfiif. O.-i ; and was second with 7.-1 l»- Peru, 0.0, in tlic P.andwick Plate, 2y, wilts. 'T« Die last-mentioned race .Pern sol' n lircnk -of seven or eight lengths on him luilf-ft-mile from homo. A smart colt,' and favored by his light weight. TUI/KER00 is a handsome \brown lior'-', hi\ yi-arn, by Simmer (iiap.)\fioin...
AMUSEMENTS. FITZGERALD'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
AMUSEMENTS. ? & — .. FITZCERALD'S CIRCUS. ...^'.^S0*'?*',1 Circus has onoa more jus-' tificd its right to a crowded house. Tne Myiiig Jlerboits, in their aerial trapeze acting provide a Uirilling turn, aho hearts of the audience aro ready to per toim uin,o!:tod btoppages and startings as the ai lists threaf-:h to bq.nt any mo ment precipitated into''t.ho net below. liio jumping paiiy is wellnrertlr the price of admission, while the trained horsos, under the direction of Mrs. Tom Herbert, -do their work in clever and captivating stylo Tlio other and moio oidinaiy turns of circus exhibition, aro cm led out with a Mm and capacity that lea\cs nothing to bo desired The pcrloimjULO will lv; again submitted at 8 p in. this e-roirhg
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
BOXING. Tim Murphy, after chawing eld. Iko Stowart up, reached out for a match with Goorgo Stirling, 'tho Cobar chicken.' l(1or tome icason or other, tho match has fallen through, and Stirling and Job Costa (Jini Griffin's latest victim) are to get to it at Cobar tiest Saturday night. London '?' Sporting Lifo' says Jack Johnson will weight a stono heavier than Tommy Bums when they enter tho ring. AVell, wo needn't go away from home- now to learn that bit of news, ieoing that wo have the two fistic dons at present in tho Commonwealth. As a matter* of fact, Johnson will bo pretty rt-oll a stono and a half heavier .than tho Canadian, and 4 inches' tailor. He'll A-ftnt all Uiat in, however, for tlw phnm pion is undoubtedly a ehampi^i', Tuose in' Australia- who saw Jolinson porform out hero nearly two years ago .ire satisfied that lie is a dandy fighter, tor ho hit old Peter Folix out' with ono smack — or, rathor, Peter frightened himself out. He settled Bill Lang in 9 rounds, and made T...
MR. J. CANN'S ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
ML J. 'CASH'S ILLHESS. The '-Barrier Daily Truth's' Sydney corrci-pomltiit hist night wiml as fol low-:— ??Tried to interview Mr. J. II. Cunu. .\i.L.\., io-i!i,,, but W.-, LOiidition was, loo beriuus. He is sullcring from carbuncles, the result of ptomaine- pois- oning;, ciintnicfcd last Ciiristn:.is, and is noi allowed to .sei- vibilor.i. Mrs. Cann was aatuiiialiud thai thu intelli genee of her husband's illness hadnot leached Broken Hill. The doctors say that it will b« somu time before lie in able to l-csuinu hio Parliamentary du ties. His condition was slightly - ini- -- proved to-day.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. ? f ^ ^ Advertisement. ^ ^ ; ;*-T6 Commemorate' the Birth 'of -the: 'Barrier. -: Daily .Truth.' ? SometHm^ to help you Remember this occasion. - _ _. ? ,^^~^i ? ??.—.??? . .I- -.i. n ' . Usual. SPECIAL. CHIFFON VEILINGS, Half a Yard AVide, .all Colors, Hemslitelied Edges .. l/4y2 /9 yd. CHILDRBN.'S EMBROIDERED COL- . ' ' ' '- ? LARS, White Indian Drill Collars, , ? Edged with Feather Stitching, and ? Embroidered .- ..--.. '. '. .'. .'. . /10% . /6 each. OUIPDKB LACE COLIfARETTES, in ' ' - Black, Cream, and Paris, thV very ' ' '' newest neckwear ? . . . : ' /ll1/^ /6 each. LONG- LACE MITTS, Extra Long, in ' - - - . ? White,' and Cream, a real hot weather . ' line ... -; ? '. . ..-- 3/4% 1/ pair. LADIES' RIBBED STOCKINGS, .Fast ' Black, 2 and 1 Ribs, Seamless - ; Feet ? ? ' ? /8V- /4y2 pair., BOXES OF STATIONERY, containing Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pen, Pen holder, and Blotter ? .- .' . /G JZyi a box. 'Usual. SPECIAL. BLACK ROMAN SATIN APRONS, Large Size, made of a ...
DRAUGHTS PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
DRAUGHTS PREMIERSHIP. The final tournament to decide the premiership was plajed oil last night m the Town Hall, between tho North and West teams. The 'match was won' by the Wests, who have now been premiers for three years in succession. Following are tho details : — '' - Norths. ' . ' Wins.' ' Wests. , \Viii3. Woolcock ? 2 Kemp ...... 0 Jlawley ? 0 Vco ? 2 Olive ? 0 Hore ? 3 Downie .\ ? 0 Shelley, J... 2 McKay ? :. 0 Shelley, II!.. 1 Stevens ? 2 Shaddock \ . , 0 Brealcy '. .' ? 2 Rowo, R. ..'? 2 Jcnkcns . . .' ? 0 -Hall ? 4 ? y.O .' ' ' ' , 14
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
HOTELS. 'I -? ' '? ' I' PETER'S HOTEL; Ardent Street. . J. F. HiNDERSON (Late of Newmarket Hotol) Notifies all Friends and tho General Public that ho has taken tho above Hotel, whero Cuttomers can rely upon get- vi ting tho Bost Brands of WINES, SPIRITS, and BEER.' mHEATRE ROyAL.-HOTEL. ' S.A. BREWING COMPANY'S SPARK LING ALE ? and * , - ' JACKA BROS.' * Celebrated' MELROSC BEER. ON TAP. \ JACK .HARRIS, - PROPRIETOR. RISING SUN HOTEL, . ' ' . RAILAVAY TOWN. 1 SAAI DREW- . | is dispensing. ' . ?. GOOD :B 13 13 It ; ; and v | BE ST LIQUORS.' ' ADELAIDE CLUB HOTEL^ ; BLENDE STREET. LOS. C. HAYWARD, Proprietor. /^1OAIFORTABLE ACCOA1AIODA \y TION FOR BOARDERS. Only tho Best of Wines and Spirits ?Sold. c307ths:306 THE CENTENNIAL HOTEL ^ Is noted for its ACCOAIMOD ATION FOR ' ? TRAVELLERS and the- . ' QUALITY OF ITS LIQUOR.' CHARLIE WEBSTER, - PROPRIETOR. -, . '? r'ffiATTERSALL'S' HOTEL, XT''' ? ? ; ? ' . , -ARGENT STREET, TRAM TERAIINUS. E. H. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR. 3. A. B. COY.'S ALES ON...
CENTRAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
CENTRAL MINE. A drivo is being pioceeded with at tho 700ft. level. It is ^now in about 173ft. soutfli. ?-',? There has been somo discussion with regard to the wish .of tho management of tho .liiiiio that one member of each parly shall stay behind on Saturday night till rclicve'dbv. the shift boss. In the case, or a party of..' six men, it moans that onch minor must reniaia biv hind for 25 minutes to half an hour once every six weeks. The. manage ment state their readiness to pay J/v for a quarter shift or time and a quarter for tho overtime worked. A deputation'' .-waited 'upon Mr. Heb bard, tho manager, and suggested that the men should, bo hauled up at 11.30 p.m. Ho, ? however, in the faco. of the approaching conference, would not con sent to the proposal. The matter will bo referred for settlment to tlio con forenco on tho lltli instant
JUNCTION NORTH CONTRACT SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
'.JUNCTION' NORTH CONTRACT SYSTEM. ' (By Our Special Ropoirei.) ?lir. James Jennings, Argent Street North, writes as follows: — 'He tlio btale-ne-ic made in Monday's ''Uariior Truth' tliat conditions oi Loutraol and prices of wages were bet ter now than thoy were previously in the Junction North Mine, I can givo uie mimes or men (inyseli among them) wlio worked there on contract, called for our wages on pay day, and were told we would get 10s. for the first shift, and were in debt to tho company ior tlio remaining shiits, and were re fused a bill of cost. Now, if you con sider conditions aro improved there, what must have been the past ? 1 consider the improvement is for the niiiiD-pn'iiL-rii— not Ior the miner.*' (The ??Burlier Daily Truth' said noth ing about wages, but lofcriod distinctly to tho contract system, which, it was said, was now better than had ob tained somo months ago. Mr. Jennings probably refers to the period v-o men tioned when, tho mine had tho name of 'Tho Relie...
COMMONWEALTH ARBITRATION CASE. JUDGE HIGGINS DECIDES AGAINST THE MARINE COOKS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
COMMONWEALTH ARBITRATION CASS. JUDGE HICC1NS DECIDES ACAINST THE MARINE COOKS. ['?Barrier Daily Truth' Sen ice.] MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. _ In the Commonwealth Court of Con eiliation and Arbitration, the caso of J..aiino Cooks again&t the' Stcamsnip Owin.' Association, lcjardinj wajjud, was i-bi.med to-day. Judge Uiggins taid that the cluim placed him m a difficulty, as it aGkud him to iix a .high rate pi wages on n« count of the long, hours worked by tiis _ This iiujountzd to asking him to nar that if cmplowR ji:iicl hij^ij w.i;:os ih./y fimehshcd :ncn's health and lr.es, re giisdlcss of conditions oi work or ac coinmodntiii.'i. i It.aiighl be that one employer .might decide not to ask- his'. men. to worn no lony. In Unit case a diilorenl award, would be UL'ccs&aty. ^ The claim lnul boen based on tho mis take that the men labored under n gric.T unco, but tiiu cyurfae they had taken wao not the propel one. If the cJniiii had teen put in ' for better hours and bett...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
.''T.'''HALL. (I,ato Boworing & IlaH.) AUCTIONEER, LAND, UOUSE, COMMISSION, ~and INSURANCE - - AGENT. SHARES Bought and Sold No Commission this end. Money Lent. ' PERSONAL ATTENTION gi\cu to tlio1 'Collection' of. Rents. Local Agent for the Royal Insui anco, Company (lfiro). Tho Old OIRco, ARGENT S.TBEET, opposite tho Tram Terminus. ? If you require a house (puichaso or rent)* givo him a call. Secrotary foi tho -Broken llill Starr-Bow kott So cieties: also tho Amalgamated Medical and Surgical Fund. c307 306 ' J. LAMBt ARGENT STREET, NORTH. Tolophono 399. ON SALE Wood, Water,- Chaff, Bran, Coal, Coke, Charcoal, Limo, Lino Posts, and Props. - c308ths:120.
BROKEN HILL TRAMWAYS. Sleepers Which Arrived a Fortnight Ago Still Lying Idle. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
BROKEN HILL THAMWAYSw Slospors Which Arrived a Fortnight Ago 'still Lying Idle. Months ago the Government iigieed to extend tho tramway system — Noith and AVest — and 'ordeied sloopois These arrived two or threo weeks ago from Westorn Australia, cut in longthb of 8ft. 6in. or 9ft. Uixin then lccoipt in Broken Hill, tho Mayoi wned to Mi. Griffith advising him, and uigniR tho need for pusliinc* on the e\tension. ' Mr. Griilith saw the Mimstci, and replied under date October 30 — ' Doar sir, — I' duly lecoiied ^ouI wire with referonco to tho sleepcis foi tram extension, and haio lccencd a promise- from tho Ministci that tho matter will bo pushed ahead as lapidlj as possible'. ' Yours faithfully, Artlnn Gnffith.'inr
APPOINTMENT OF STATE GOVERNORS. SIR JOHN DOWNER SAYS HE WILL NOT NOW MOVE A MOTION. ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
APPOINTMENT OF STATE GOVERNORS. SIR JOHN DOWNER SAYS HE WILE. NOT NOW MOVE A MOTION. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.! ADELAIDE, Wednosdaj Night Tn the Legislative Council, this after noon, Sir John Downer 'intimated that hr had caicfully considsrul the Oo\ci nor's iiisti nclion-. Ue v.up s-iiisfiod that Him cohered and niTiriatul the motion of which/ he had given notice.' '? He, tliereforc, did nrit. iirrtnn?;ft' to tuovi'' ii. Tho motion referral to rtnd— ' thitj in tin; opinion of thin Council vUie lot* wnrdiiig l-y Ilia Exceilenc\ tliC~Cn er | nor of Ihc icsoltt'.ion of tin Council ot Oi'lobor 7, reforriug lu thf appoiutmont of State Governor*, fur thid -'nte, did noi ??oiiMiUitionnliy vcqiinc the i-.rcnt oi Hih Excclloni'vV Alinistd '
THE BOWLING GREEN. OPENING OF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
THE 'bOWLIHG' GREEN. OPENING OF SEASON. To-night tho ofiieial opening of the season of the Howling (Jlubs in Bro ken Hill will take place. All members ; will turn out in good force, and some interesting play should be witnessed. The green, which is made very brilliant by tlio spicudid illuminations, should be an atti active resoit during the sum mer nitrhls, as an inteicstiiiK hour or two could bo -pent in watching the play, besides seizing tho opportunity ot en joying- thu cool, ficbli air, which is \a. pk-al of Harrier summer ' evening!). The flower beds around the given aie doing splendidly, and ample accommoda tion Jm-i boon made for seating those who eaie to witness the games. ?