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No title [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
An accident happened on Thursday moraine at tho South Mine at about 8.45, by which a minor, H. Uyrno, sus tained -a bruised foot. Byrne, who is a siuglo man, aged 27, was working un derground when a picco of rock came away and foil on his foot. As a con sequence, he Buffered great pain and had to caHrtho services of the ambul ance 116 resides on the S ilvorton TCoad, Wost Broken Hill, near the Excelsior Hotol.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
FUNERAL NOTICES. &nbsp; THE, Friends of the late MARY KAVANAGH are respectfully in- &nbsp; formed that her remains will be re- &nbsp; moved from her son in-law's, Mr. &nbsp; &nbsp; Jethro Collin's residence, Gaffney &nbsp; Street, off Harris Street, Railway &nbsp; Town, at 2 30 p m THIS DAY, for &nbsp; interment in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. &nbsp; &nbsp; J. WRIGHT, &nbsp; &nbsp; Undertaker &nbsp; Tel 132 z312 &nbsp; The Friends and Relatives of Mr. &nbsp; &nbsp; and Mrs O.PETERS are respect- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; fully requested to attend the funeral &nbsp; &nbsp; of their late son (WALTER CHARLES) &nbsp; whose remains will be removed from &nbsp; &nbsp; their residence, Patton Street, South &nbsp; Broken Hill, THIS DAY, at 11 a.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; for interment in the Met...
PUBLIC SERVICE V. Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
PUBLIC SERVICE V. Y.M.C.A. The matches in connection with the Barrier Ranges Cricket Association wore continued on Saturday. : On the No. 1 pitch, tho Public Ser vice team (who havo not, up to the present, suffered defeat) met to deter mine issuos with the Y.M.C.A. team, \wiio nau first uso or tlio wicket, open ing with Wincey and Copley., The light was very dull for good cricket, and it was 'also a difficult matter to time tho ball perfectly. Tlio two bats men wero at once in difficulties, and as soon as nine runs had been scored No. 1_ wickot fell, followed in quick succes sion by threo more for the small score of nineteen. Jinks, tlio Y.M.C.A. captain, put a different aspect on the game, and opened up his score with three singles and a boundary hit. Ho, however, was running a lot of risks. Ho is a powerful bat-sman, and his straight, powerful drives aro a feature worth watching. It was noticeable, too, that when I10 was facing tho bowling a good reserve of fielders wero put on th...
PROPRIETARY V. WILLYAMA. WEBBER ONLY SECURES TWELVE RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
PROPRIETARY V. WILLYAMA. WEBBER ONLY SECURES TWELVE RUNS. Low scores were put up 011 No. 2 Pitch by both the Willyama and Pro prietaries. There was a cliaiigo 111 the Willyamas, Hurley, tlio bowler of hie side, not taking part on account of be ing indisposed. Scoring 011 this wicket is usually fast, ? but', 011. Saturday it was just tho reverso; . Tho -Willyama team batted for about an hour- and a half, and only mado -88 runs. Tlio Public .Service team, on the No . I wicket, batted for tlie same period, and had succeeded in making 80 runs for tlio loss of only' a singlo wicket, so that No. 2 wickot must havo suffered considerably more from tho effects of the rain than wickot No. 1, bceause olio bowling of tho Y.M.C.A. against tho Public Servico was of a equally a good a standard as that of the Proprie tary s' . Wallach and F. Johns .opened tho innings, but tho partnership was broken after two runs liad been scored, Johns succumbing to a well' pitched ball from Wobber. Wallach plavcd...
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
THE CUN. Mr. Donald Mcintosh, tho well known Australian pigeon shot, writ iug from tho South of Franoo, to a Victorian friend, under date September L7, says : — 'Just a few linen to ? say chut wo are leaving for tlio: Sunny ooutn on 'beptombor -23,- ? ana ?ospect ? tp Arrive in Melbourno, oh. October 30, by tiho -Mossagories Maritimos boat, .Nora.. ^'h«-ve had a long stay in th\n land,' although . it : scorns hko vosterdav ' since we left on tho iArmond 'Behic,' on 'Nov ember 30, 1899; Sineo' thon l havo had . samo; experience of shooting and ot life on tho Continent. I ''shared'- tno honors with tho host, and ' havo received a raro welcome. At orio 'time or another I havo'been namikl'the -'Chnmpion '. du . Monto' in - English, French,. Italian, Belgian, and Spanish nowspapers. I have afgbod collection of modal By- which aro oi.1 various cotm tries,, with good old England '.represent ed amongst thom.' - ? 1 - W.. G. Iveane, a well-known Tas manuin - Bpurtsnian, -and a prbmine/it* ni...
ENGLISH VIEW OF LABOUR'S WARNING TO DEAKIN. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
ENGLISH VIEW OF -LABOUR'S WARNING TO DEAKIN! ' . [Router's Service.]' . -LONDON, Sunday. The ' Times' says that if tho Fedo al Labor Party's anouncement ,tliafc its votes must no longer bo relied upon to support tho'Doakin Ministry is only . intended to stimulate tlio Government's reforming 'zeal, it will probably bo found to liavo overshot tlio mark. Mr. Reid: is /not likely to form a coalition of Moderates against Labor; it is more likely that a Labor Ministry will be formed, assisted by tlio 'extremo re former's in Mr. Deakin's following. If ? Mr. Watson woro tho loader of such an effort it would gain enormously in pub lic confidence both in Australia and else where. Shortly after midnight on Saturday a miner named L.'Brosske, working on the 800 ft. level of. Block 11, struck his foot wih a pick, and caused a punctur ed wound. Ho was taken in the am bulance to his home in Argent Street.
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
RtFLE SHOOTINC. Serpcant Edwards, of New South. Wales, who won tho King's Prize, the most coveted rifles event in Australia, has up to tho present Had a most nhpiioinoiial earcor, for lias sx«c cccdcd in putting up a unique record, ill winning tho King's Prize in throe States — Queensland, Now South AValos, 'and Victoria — in one season.
PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
. -PEDESTRIAN ISM . ' AV. Growcott, the English champion sprinter, who was beaten in a straight out, match by Postlo,- has issued the following challenge: — Vl will run A'. B.- Postlo or B. 11. .Day 220 yards for £100 aside, or -'will join a sweep stake for the best ? purse, or I will ?a-greo 60 the appointment of a manager .wlio shall tako one-third ,; of tho gross receipts and shall pay_ ail .expensos; the' winner to take two-tliivds of tlio I gross recoipts. Norman Iloufo oflerb a £150 purse.' . . The pedestrian season,' so far as the professional . is concernedj at tho Vic torian Grounds, Newcastle (Eng.) was brought to a close at tho end of Sep tember. Chief interest was centred in tho Invitation Scratch Raco, over 130 yards. Tho seven champions who had raoed in tho 100 yards event pre viously referred to, again tried con elusions. The race was 0110 of the finest seen 011 tlio ground. Tho men raced desperately, Day just get ting homo by inches after a tremendous burst in tlio l...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
SWIMMING. An effort is being mado to induce F . Beauirepairo to appear at tlio City Baths, Adelaido, at Christmas timo, but ono or two technicalities havo yet to bo overconio before thlo matter is definitely arranged. Tlio Victorian Amateur Association recently applied to tho Victorian Government towards financinor Beaurepairc. now returning from England. The association ask ed that their young champion might' leavo London, not like lio left Vic toria, as an emigrant 011 a steerage ticket, but 011 a second-class ticket. Tho Cabinet granted tho necessary £30.
"THE MISSION OF BROKEN HILL." Its Progress Along the Line Of Destruction, Says Mr R. S. Ross. ABOUT IS ACHIEVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
ie mmm of mmii SISLL.' Its Progress .Along lhe Line Of Destruction, Says ft!r R. S. Ross. ABOUT TS ACHIEVEMENTS. 'The Labor Council of Broken Hill has found itself unable' to do its work because it is hemmed-in by Capitalism.' Thus Mr. R. S. Ross at the Hippo drome last night, in the presence of a very large attendance. Miss Ahorn, who introduced tlio speak er, said that would be the last time he would address a Broken Hill audience. Many had had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Ross during his sojourn amongst them. Mr. Ross would leave on Friday next for Melbourne, whore they hoped his work would bear good fruit, and that he would have as glorious a fight in Melbourne as he had while in Broken Hill. Tho work I10 had done was well known in the .whole of Australia. Mr. Ross said that when he had de cided to leave Broken Hill it struck him that the Subject most appropriate for a final address would be 'The Mission of Broken Hill,' but lie found it a great deal easier to select a subjectX t...
AUSTRIAN EMPEROR'S WORRIES. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
AUSTRIAN EMPEROR'S WORRIES. [Router's Service.] LONDON, Sunday; Owing to ronowed racial conflicts iiri Hcnemia, ? M. St. Fielder and Pravchek, | Czect representatives in £ho Cabinet, resigned. These resignations followed so many other withdrawals that tho .wholo of tho Administration of Von Boik has now placed its portfolios in tho hands of tho Emperor-King. Tho task of reconstruction . has been intrusted to Dr. Richard Freihers Von IJrcnortli, who holds the position of Min ister of the Interior in tho Beik Gov ernment.