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PENNY A WORD CABLER. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
PENNY A WORD CABLER. v -? ( Heater's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. - bpeaking-at tho Atlantic : Union's banquet hold at tho Criterion llcstaur ant, 1 lccadilly . Circus, to commemor ate the visit of the United States ileot to Australian waters, Mr. Whitelaw Ucid, , American Ambassador to Groat .uuiaui, ;saiu mat : everybody excopt tlio stockholder i---iii-.l!-o~oabl0v0.wnnig-' ici/ma; panics would wish success to tlio cru sade Started by that -.insatiable .Postal' Reformer, Henniker-IIeaton, M.P., to introduco, a penny rate- for - cable mes sages between London and -New York. Captain Gollms, Federal-.- representa- tive m- London,- and Mr. Tayerner, Vic torian Agent-General, responded to tlio toast -Prosperity, to Australia.' .-?
FREDERICK PHILLIPS DISCHARGED. PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
FREDERICK PHILLIP'S DISCHARGED, j ? . [' Truth's ', Special' fturvice.j * .* PERT FT, Tlinr-.-L1 . Frederick 'Phillips,' who, ..oa.-.-.SepteniW. ! 20, 'Shot at.'and .'-wounded Faunx Lynolt. . nnd who was found j-iM,'. with ,- , comniendnton. to inerc^i . -?«& to-day ill-- , charged.. = He was,- ho vuver, bound .?«-»? -;i : to conic 'up for . scnli'u'.'c when A'ilk'U t upon. , ' !
BROKEN HILL NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
BROKEN HILL NORTH. The North Broken Ilill reported oil the 2nd instant — Treated 2)715 tons crude ore, assaying 10.1. per . cent lead, 0.8ozs silver, and '14.1 per cent zinc per- ton, pro ducing 452' tons concentrates, assaying 71.1 per cent, load per;ton, 20.8ozs. silver per ton, and 0.0 per cent zinc per, ton. Mill ran 144 , hours.
BRITISH PRESS CONFERENCE. GREAT GATHERING OF JOURNALISTS FROM EVERY PART OF THE EMPIRE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
?BRITISH PRESS CONFERENCE. CREAT GATHERING OF JOURNAL ISTS FROM EVERY PART OF THE EMPIRE. 'Router's Servce.) LONDON, Thursday. The programme for. the: . great Im perial Press Conference# to be held in : London. is nearly : complete. ? - Twenty Australian delegates are- ex ... peeled; their passages .and expenses i liave been paid. There are : to be re piebentatives from every, dominion and colony. The agenda is to contain sub jects of general newspaper interest, such as the proposed all-ovcr-the-Empiro cables at a penny per word; an under standing as to the limits of journalistic, enterprise in times of war when the , -British - troops are in the. Held; the do . olopitioii t of better news services be tween the .Mother Country and the ? olonies, for. mutual advantage,, and 1 for . the promotion of inter-Empire ? trade. King Edward 'is to give a- reception at Buckingham .Palace;' the Lord Mayor will entertain The. visitors , at Mansion ,... House, and the Colonial Odice is organ isin...
RUMOURS OF WAR. Austria Despatching Troops and Ammunition to the Servian Frontier. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
' lOMOORS OF WAR. I Austria Dsspatching Troops and Amraition to the Servian Frontier. LONDON, Thursday. Scrvin uiul Austria nro making the moves that are usually the preliminary to hostilities. Austria is secretly hurrying rcinforce' lunnts to the frontier nnd making mili fary preparations, believing that, war with Servia is inevitable. Trainlnnrls of war material are leaving the -Vienna arsenal daily. Servia is so bellicose that the Czrfr has advised her Government to be cool, and, in , defiance of, the - advice, the serfs arc clamoring that . their army would advance upou the territory which they claim. 31. Milovanovitch the ? Servian JMihis. I tor for Foreign Adairs, who is now in I London, lias informed tile British For eign Minister' (Sir Edward Grey) that Scrvin will ask as compensation that her frontier shall be altered so that it will run with the River Drill from the point wliere.it leaves the present Ser vian frontier until it reaches the coun try north of Montenegro, and ...
JUNCTION NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
JUNCTION NORTH. : Treated 2,250 tons crude ore. assaying 15.5 per 'cent lead, 11.4oz. silver and 9.0 per cent zinc per ton..,, producing 380, tons concentrates, assaying 01.7 per cent lead per ton, 32.1oz silver per ton, and 5.3 zinc .per ton. Recovery : Lead.: 07.2 per cent silver, 47.5 per ccut. .Mill ran 120 hours. . . ? '. - ? : ? ? ?. ? NAt the 1,100ft. level driving is being proceeded with,, both' north ? and south. There will only be a total of 33ft. of - dViving done this fortnight, as , against ' the 48ft. for last- fortnight. The reason-; of the decrease in feet driv.cn, is due to the ground becoming harder at the -north end. A (10ft. drive is necessary in con nection with the i winze from the ten to the eleven level. I
BLOCK 14. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
BLOCK 14. Block 14. reported oil the '29th ult. : — 100ft. '.level': Winzo Jrom British tunnel in scction 30K sunk 10ft., in fair grade carbonate ore. S.: foot wall drive in -see-' i tion 2A holed to -old stope, proving that no danger exists in this quarter; Driving suspended pending . rc:cstablishnient of normal, output. 'lOOft. level : No. 54 dia mond drill bore _ (section 22C) down 470ft.; progi'ess through quartzitie schist, with numerous felspar bands. 500ft. level: Rise in- secton 12E advanced. 3ft.. now in mullock. 31st. Oct. — Despatched 314 tons carbonates, assaying 35.9 per c.nt lead, and 11.2oz.- silver. ? — ? r
BARRIER KENNEL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
BARRIER KENNEL CLUB. A club, 'the object of which is the gen eral improvement and betterment of1 the different .'breeds of '?inuii's best friend,' lias been ? formed . 011 ? the Barrier, l . it is. tho intention to promote sectional shows, at which the judge will not only adjudicate us to tlie . merits of contest ing animals, but ....points out detects 111 breeding, &c.; for: the education of, ow ners. Special 'prizes and' trophies, will also be given for members of the. club at the big shows. -The sectional show will bo run ' monthly, the first lo bo 011 November -18, for cockers; spaniels, and collics. ; ! Following , shows' will , be: for spaniels and: cockers, - greyhounds, deorliounds, and kangaroo dogs, fox 1 aud Irish - terrier, : pugs anil English : terriers, in ' , the., order ; named. The - quali fications aro * that - owners .'must live in the district for at least ono month previous to ? tho show. It is the in tention of -.the club eventually ::' to run sheep-dog...
THE POLICE ARRIVE. DETRAIN QUIETLY AT RAILWAY TOWN AT 7.30 YESTERDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
THE POLICE ARRIVE. DETRAIN QUIETLY AT RAILWAY f TOWN AT 7.30 YESTERDAY MORNINC. * About 50 pcoplo occupied tho plat form at the Railway Town station yes terday- morning to witness tlio arrival of the 50 polico from Sydney by tho ex press. There wns absolutely 110 demonstra tion whatever. 'Tlio men aro a fine, healthy-looking lot, and foi' tlio most part, young. They appeared' to be somewhat affected by their long and tedious jour ney, aiid woro naturally anxious to have a rest aa sooi) as possible. Many tif them were attired in. full uniform; others had off-duty caps. Jt was only, the moi-o fortunnto ones who woro able , to bring . with -.thorn, more - than' -the smallest, change of clothing. ' Somo of the inon will ho quiirterod at. .tlte Courthouse, and;' others . at the P-alico 'Barracks, and various hotels in tho town. . Speaking to 011C of the members of tho visiting policc, a representative of tho ./'Barrier Daily' Truth' elicited tlie information that tho men did not caro abo...
ADELAIDE DIVORCE COURT. THREE CASES DEALT WITH BY JUDGE HOMBURG. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
ADELAIDE DIVORCE COURT. . ' THREE CASES DEALT V/ITH BY?v ' JUDGE HOMBURC. ' \] , L' Truths ' Special Service,] ^ ' ADELAIDE, Tbuisday Niglit. , - His Honor Judgo Homburg, iu thp; Divorce Court to-day, idisposed ot ii:tn'o' of divorce 'cases, and -in- each instant, found the allegations of iniwoiuiueti proved. - * ' In the lirst- case, Elhut Jlankju..pwi tioned for. the : dissolution of lu:r-)nar-„i riage with John Edward Alexandei:] Rankin, a farmer, on tho ground' iff;; cruelty and adulteiy. _ ; -The second ease was that .in -.wwch ' Percy Samuel Keynes, ot Kensington, i sought to liavo the ninrnago , dissolved ] botwccn himself and! his, wifc: on ttKi grounds of .her. . adult;/i. v y- t.tU. J3diy.iiu.v, Quanfrell. ? . ? ' Tlfc' third caso was ouo- m wnic.li An drew Ross, of Milan' '.u-tht to w.^i the marital tic with 1m m ion Ktm.t. In, this caso lnisconducj v«s . alleged .to ... have takun,' place wit] ( Norman V-otdon, Ross, hi other of tho J ?. ? itionc.-.
The Police Court. THURSDAY.—BEFORE MR. McKENSEY, S.M. FOUL LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
Tl^e Police. Cotirtb THURSDAY.— B13FORE j\tll. McKENSKY, S.M. FOUL LANGUAGE. Charles Pineombe was charged,-, that on November 4th, lie used indecent lan guage in Thomas Street. He wore no Avaistcoat,' but- a- soft, white, shirt, which -was unbuttoned at the top and revealed a deep .heaving. chcst. Xol only in appearance was he cool, but also in manner; as I he pleaded that lie was jluilty. Fined 20/' or seveii days' hard labor.
FOUR MEN AND HOTELKEEPER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
FOUR MEN AND HOTELKEEPER FINED. The hot .'weather, 110 doubt, of Sunday: last was the preliminary cause of. four men, one of , whom bail evidently seen about 70. years, '' appearing before Mr. MeKeiisey, S.M. . ; The charge, wits- that they were' found on licensed premises, to wit, the. Family Hotel, at 12.45: p.m.,- although tliey were neither bona fide boarders or lodgers. jiiuert luesi-nivu picaucu yuiii.,' , uu was fined 20/, or- 7 days' hard labor. He asked for time in which/to pay tlie fine, and was allowed 14 days. J ames Kennedy did not appear. One of the police explained that lie saw him at 5.30 p.m. on Wednesday, and the ac cused (then said that he was working day shift, did. - not 'want to lose his ivork, and he stated, through the con stable, that lie would: pler.d guilty yan'd was willing to pay^any line which might be inflicted. ? ? , . '. .. William Opie, about 70 years of age, said he thought that ho must say 'lie was ' guilty, but ne could not hear. , a single word ...
EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. THE PRIZES STILL BEING DISTRIBUTED TO LUCKY WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. THE PRIZES STILL 'BEING DISTRI BUTED TO LUCKY WINNERS. Only a comparatively small number of the prizes left in the hands of the offic ials have been claimed. The following are nanies of . winners not previously published : — 26 (linoleum), Mrs. Pett . 34 .(cake baskets), Miss Myrtle ' MeGliee.; 77 (water' jug), P. Ledgman ;'4G (box sig nal soap), .G..-J3. Jolly ; 2'- (linoleum), J. D. Robertson ; 4 (dining-room .suite, in tapestry), Walter Blee, ? Crystal Hotel; 15 (E.P. silver tea-pot and tray); P. R. Abbott ; 4!) (tea set), C. J. Ilen genroedcr ; 55 ? (pair biscuit barrels), A. Steadm'an ; 05 (ruby jam and cre:im stand-),' E. E. Kcrnot ; 110 (wine set aiid tray). Miss Lockett' ; ' 113 (pair -vases, 13. F. Browhett. :. The most popular prize appears to be the bicycle, which almost everyone seemed anxious to win. This was still unclaimed up to 110011 yesterday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
? BUSINESS' NOTICES. T. HALL. (Late Bowering & Hall.) AUCTIONEER, LAND, HOUSE, . COMMISSION, and INSURANCE AGENT. „ ?' SHARES Bought and Sold. - No ' Commission this end. ? - Money Lent. \ ? PERSONAL ATTENTION., given: to. tho Collection of Rents. . Local Agont for tlio Royal Insur anco Company (Fire).- . Tho Old Ofiico, ARGENT S1REE1, opposite. -tho Tram Terminus. If you ? require a. house (purchaso or rout) givo him a call. Secretary for ? tho Broken Hill Starr-Bowkett So cictios ; also the Amalgamated Medical and -Surgical Fund.'. c307 :306 . VV. J. HUGHES, Auctioneer, house and land . AGENT. ; ' ? / 182 PATTON STREET, S.B.H. Solo Agent Cornish Pianos and Or gans, Dunmo Ellis and . Hill's. Pianos, Boosey and Corrull's Brass Band In struments. ... ... . i . Sales conducted any whero in the dis trict. v-': 1 : . V
DRUIDS LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
DRUIDS LODGES. The Railway. Lodge Xo. 440 held its usual fortnightly meeting on Wednes day niglit) the Vice Arcli, Bro. P. Boycc, boing in the chair. One new \ member was admitted, - and several propositions received. . A: letter, from J' Barrier Daily Truth ' was read,, and it was resolved to give all support possible. Mr. C!. W. Carroll was appointed press correspon dent. . , ' ? ? .. . The ; Queen Boddicea Lodge, No. 20 (female branch), '.held its fortnightly meeting on Tuesday evening.. The dance social committee submitted its report aiuti balance sheet, which showed a, profit of -£0/17/0. Three now members were admitted, anil .one proposed. It was decided to l'orm sin organising commit tee of six, to make a systematic canvas for membership:
VOTE Of CENSURE. OPPOSITION LEADER DRAMATICALLY LEAVES THE HOUSE, AND TAKES HIS FOLLOWERS WITH HIM. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
VOI 0KMRL ' OPPOSITION LEADER DRAMATICALLY LEAVES THE HOUSE, AND -TAKES HIS FOLLOWERS MH HIM. ['' Truth's Special Service.] , SYDNEY, Thursday. The Stale Laboi; Party held a lengthy caucus meeting this afternoon, wncn a long discussion ensued respecting the in- j dustrial outlook at Broken Hill,' and Clib inadequacy of the legislation passed- by the present Government to meet the crisis. ? . /. ? . -..- -.- During tho discussion; the industrial outlook was exhaustively considered, and | eventually it was decided to -'cliallencgo j the Government by a censure motion. : ! ? This wilhbe to the 'effect that the | Government is deserving, of censure, of i the House, inasmuch as the legislation passed by it. in connection with industrial matters is- inadequate, nnd -that its ac tion in despatching police to Broken Hill was unjustifiable. ?-. It was gathered alter the caucus that the --.action of the Opposition lind ' not i been decided upon without the maturest' consideration. . It is ant...