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DOMESTIC EMPLOYEES UNION. ENTHUSIASTIC FORMATION AT THE TRADES HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
DOMESTIC EMPLOYEES ONION. ENTHUSIASTIC FORMATION. AT THE TRADES HALL. Last night at tho Trades Hall, a Wo men's Domestic Einployecs' Union /was enthusiastically formed. Aooul 00 wo ment were present, Sir. Tom Mann oc cupying the chair. A number - of well known unionists also attended, to assist, in the formation of the Union. Mr. Tom Mann., said that it would not be' surprising- if many of , those piesent had not been- previously in favor of un ionism, which: meant tlie associating to gether of those whose interests /lay : in a given diieetion, and by that action to obtain material changes in the condition oi work. Unions were formed for tho express purpose of improving the stan fla'rd of life, reducing-' hours,, increasing wages, and abolishing ' conditions of an irksome or unbecoming character. 11 was as necessary tor women, to organise as for men — for individuals could speak with very little authority -for themselves, while united they, could make their wishes heard. There were,...
KAISER AS JANUS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
KAISER AS-JANUS. * (Router's fServici.) '. LONDON, Tuesday.. ' ? ???Tlio .Now . York correspondent of tho ; ''/I'imes', declares th^t. in -.the intorviow between -the Kaisor and Mr . Ilalos, which was printed in the burnt ? edition of stlio Century' magazine, -opinions woro : exuressod bv . tho German Em peror unfriendly- tewanls England nnd high English officials. * : - i . Jts appearance, , therefore, on tlio i heels ; of tlio -, ' ' Daily , Telegraph' ' inter- i view, in which lie professed warm ad- ! miration for, everything British would havo shown- him up as a model of-.in- | sincerity. - ^ I
ALLEGED MURDER AT SEA. INDIAN FIREMAN CUTS THE THROAT OF A COOLIE SERVANT. PERTH, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
ALLEGED MURDER AT SEA. INDIAN FIREMAN CUTS THE THROAT OF A COOLIE SERVANT. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] PERTH, Tuesday Night . Particulars have arrived of . what is] apparently a cold-blooded murder, al- i legod to have occurred on tho Himalaya, on mc voyage from Colombo to l''re mantle. ; '?'? H The victim was' a 'coolie, wlio was act- | ins as a servant to tho chief engineer, - whilst tho supposed murderer is an In dian fireman. k.': Oil October 31 a. loud cry was hoard, and tlio coolie was afterwards found in a brutally battered condition . Ho was also cut across tho throat. Tho victim succumbcd next day. It is probable that , tho alleged mur derer will bo placed -on his' trial as soon as the vessel reaches Sydney. ? — ?
PICNIC AT STEPHENS' CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
PICNIC AT- STEPHENS'- CREEK. , To;day, at 0..10, a special train con veying the Sunday-school children - from tho four branches of the- Salvation Army will leave for Stephens' Creek. . The function is an annual one, and is looked forward to by both old and young. It is the intention of the- .or- ganisers of the picnic to give the iuven 'iles a real good day's outing, as every convenience will bo provided for them. Not only Will luncheon be found for the children', but they will also be given rail way tickets. ? ??' ......'- Up to date the booking has-been very: heavy, and the picnic promises to'be a success. Of previous years the parents lrave given their liberal patronage, - and the success of the picnics iR; no doubt due to this.- To-day' about -.000 or 700 children will make tlie trip, and in ad; dition to the parents who intend, going, the total will read about 1000. . At the Creek various games will ; be submitted, and the picnickers will return , by a train which leaves tlio C...
MINERS' UNSELFISHNESS. SYDNEY "DAILY TELEGRAPH" SAYS THEIR COURAGE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN THEIR WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
MINERS' UNSELFISHNESS. SYDNEY ' DAILY TELEGRAPH' SAYS THEIR COURAGE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN THEIR WAGES. ' The accident at Mount Morgan re- ' ported in 'our columns yesterday serves : as another pathetic reminder of the risks run by. the men who go down into the bowels of the earth after the -miner-' alswithout which the various industries essential to the maintenance of civilised society could not: exist. In all parts of tlio world the history of the mining in dustry is darkened by disasters of this kind, which apparently no human fore sight can' prevent. The . miner takes his *life. ill' his lianas, and when considering , the question of his pay that grimly es sential fact should never be overlooked. , In the long chapter of mining acci dents,' however,- the one bright feature is the splendid record of heroism shown by the men when the lives, of their com rades are in danger. Deeds of bravery and devotion stand to the credit of tho miners as a class such as are not culled for in a...
LODGE PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
LODCE PRESENTATION. ' A large number of members of the flyo lodges connected with the M.U. Odd- - fellows, in1' conjunction- with the District Officers 'of the Barrier; District', assem bled at' the Alma Hotel, to bid farewell to' P.N.G. :,Bro.: II. II. Cooinbe, late secre tary of. the Loyal Plummor Lodge, who is leavinc Broken Hill to take \H) posi tion at Oawler.' The Grand: itaster of' the Barrier Dis trict presided, and- proposed the toast of ' Tho.Depavting Guest,' which was drunk witli lnusieal honors. .,, ::\ '...'Eulogistic references were made to the splendid manhor. in .which Bro. Cooinhc had 'carried i out'liis _ secretarial :dutios, by various members, '.including/G.M. Bro. \\. Reville, district - secretary ; Bro. W. Hogg,vP.D.S.M. . Bros.' J. S. Swain son,H.. l'rost, :W., R. Davison,. J.; P. G. Day;P..G. R. Ganielor, Wittcnbury, N. 0. Woods, N. G. Bro. ltcay, and. others. ,,G.M. Bro. Reville' presented , Bro. Goombo with a silver-mounted pipe -m oaso, togothor with a to...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. METAL MARKET. LEAD ADVANCES PAST £14 PER TON. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
MINING INTELLIGENCE. METAL MARKET. LEAD ADVANCES PAST £14 PER TON. (Renter's Service.; LONDON, Tuesday . . . Tlio metal quotations on: 'Change bo dily included: — . j, lead, £14 ]s. ;ld. per. ton— a rise' of Is. -Id. Copper, dG64 17s-.,Gd. ? por /ton — -a riso of 12s. Gd. '? , Tin, £142 per ton— a- riso of £2 10s; ' Spelter,. £20 17s. Gd;— a rise. of 7s Gd. ? Bar silver, Is. 10 15-lGcl.' per ox.
MINIATURE RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
MINIATURE RIFLE SHOOTINC. A miniature rifle match between mem-, bers of the visiting police and a team picked from the Government Tramway omployeos Iwb been arranged to tako place to-night. Tho match will be fired on the range at tho Government tram slieds. ? Included in the team pickeU from the police are several promiiict min iature a:ille shots, and the Government Tramway team, is also a strong one.
M.U.I.O.O.F. ANNUAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
M.U.I.O.O.F. ANNUAL SPORTS. Tbc annual sports of tho M.U.I.O.O.F. are announced to take place at Silverton on New Year's- Day. In previous years the sports, have met with great success, and 'tlio coming sports do not promise to belittle' the reputation that lias been achieved. A good programme has been arranged, and some keen contests should be. witnessed. The principal event on the programme is that of tho Manches ter Unity Handicap, for which a prize of 20 sovs. is offered. Tho chief work ill connection with ? the sports will be carried out by Mr. W. ltevill (chairman) and Jlr. W. 'i-Iogg (secretary).
THE POLICE VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
' Ttf E POLICE VISIT. A Sydney explanation of the sending of I 'tho fifty' to Broken Hill is- con tained in tlio following piivato lettei received : — '.It was tho duty of tlio Government to send police to Broken Hill, and lot it bo known that thoy wore doing, so. On tho ono hand, to oncour ago tho orderly portion of the popula tion ^wivo aro xno vast majority), ana, on the other; to lot tlie foolish mon, who were likely to bo incited to. violenco by tlio Socialists, know that tho Gov ernment was determined to preserve poaoo and ordor. Tho fooling of men hero in well-informed circles is that everything, will be amicably arranged, but there is also a good deal of anxiety amongst tho general public.' All tho intelligent unionists of tho Barrier aro Socialists, therefore tho foregoing let ter misses its mark. The Barrier pub lic aro not easily ' incited,' but thoy are- wise enough, strong enough, and foarloss enough tp thrust 'law and order' ' . on ono side if justico demands it. 'Law ...
VICTORIAN STARS v. ROYALS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
-VICTORIAN. STARS v. ROYALS. . A match was played on Jlonday be tween the Victorian Stars and the Roy als; In th lirst innings the latter scor ed 28 runs, and the Victorian Stars 44. In their second venture the Royals again put up 28, and at the call of lime the Victorian ibtars had lost eight wickets for 72. . At the Hillside Pitch, this afternoon, a match will bo played between tho Tramways and tho Metropolitan Po lico. Tlio tramway team will be olioson from : P. Ford, Allen, Lano, Black, Douglas, * Eldridge, Waldie, Barnes, Shuttloworth, Opie, Ivansekko, Kava nagh, Becsley, Fleming, Burman, Ro berts, Stubington, Kendngan, and Trav ers. To-day will bo observed as a close public holiday, and opportunity is to bo takon of tho occasion to play cricket matches with tho Sydney polico. The first team to moot them will bo pickod from tho employees of tho Co-operativo Stores, and tlie match will ge played in the morning. In tho afternoon another team pickod from tho polico will dotormino ...
ROSE OF THE BARRIER LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
ROSE OF THE- BARRIER LODCE. The, usual -fortnightly .meeting, of the sons and : slaughters of, the Temperance So ciety (Rose of the . Barrier Lodge) was held, at the lodge;room,- Protestant Ilall, On Friday night. ' There was a moder ate attendance, . and ? Bro. C. ,TulIer,W.P.,, presided. : Correspondence was received from -tlie secretary oi tlie uniicu I' liciiu IySociety's Council, giving date of their next liieeting^jind asking for a dele gate -to: be ..appointed.- . The --R.S.,, Bro. W. iMuir, was instructed to -make all in quiries -with a- view- to iiltiinale repre sentation-oil the body of that council. A largo amount- of routine business was transacted. v Bro. ? C. ' Tuller; , W.P;, reported having received a 1 commission- from tlio Grand Lodge, - appointing him as: Deputy Most Worth v Patriarch for the Barrier Dis trict. ' Bro. F. T. Lewis, P.R.S., was | appointed' press' correspondent, for;- the division.-- ?: The following are:, the officers for tho branch : — -D.M.W.P. ?...
QUOITS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
! , QUOITS TOURNAMENT. I: ? The result of the third round of the I Quoits Tournament, played at the Gas works, Hotel, was as follows : — - 'JIbrris, jmi.y 31 v. Pilz 25 ; Warne, 31 | v. Reid, 28;: Gain, '31, v. Malir, 26. I, : The third round. draw, to'be played oh ?Saturday and tlio following Saturday, is: — i .Warne ? v. Morriss, juii:; JIurphy v. I Rabbich ; Cain v. F; Boycc; Daiy v. S. Jlorriss; Gregory v. George; W. Boyce pr I-Iennessy :,v. Smith; Jas. Kcnncwell i or Ilirschausen v. T. Dunn; ,E. Kenuc well, a bye. -
The Police Court. Tuesday—Before Mr. J. McKensey, S.M. DRINKING THE KING'S HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
The Police Court. Tuesday— Before Mr. J. McKensey, S.M. DRLSKIXG TIIK IvIInG'S 1IKALTII. - A resident of .Wolfram Street, and a miner ' by occupation, was found drunk in Oxide Sticet on Monuay by Constable Foott. lie bad been making a cele bration for loyalty's sake, and was found sitting quietly on the pavement m fiont of Sain Bennett's snorts deiiot. near the Skating Rink. Fined 20/, or impugn ment for seven plays' liam labor. lie was brought up once before, t\\ o month'! ago. One-fiist offender of the weaker sex. 20 yea] s of age, and a barmaid by call ing,' was found intoxicated eaily yester day morning by Constables Trotter and Atkinson, in Ciystnl Lane. The usual penally, a fine of o/, or impiisoiiment for the dav, was inflicted, upon her. One, day was allowed in .which to meet the I costs. ' , |
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
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VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS' WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS' WEDDINC. Jlisscs Florrie and Stella Ranger, two well-known vaudeville artists, who were recently in Broken Hill with the All Star Company, have married Bob and Alf Driscoll, so popular in the Hill and elsewhere as 'The Driscoll Boys.' The news of the wedding was received in Broken Hill yesterday. A double wed ding of this kind is a novelty. Sarah Gamp as Witness. — Sarah Gamp was tho name of a witness at ail inquest held at St. Luke's Coroner's Court, and among tho jurors was a man named Dickens.
INTERSTATE CRICKET. THE ODDS IN FAVOR OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA WINNING. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
INTERSTATE CRICKET. I THE ODDS IN FAVOR OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA WINNING. ['Truth's' Special Service.] , ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night, j The Sheffield Shield- Cricket match South Australia v. Victoria, was con- ' linued on the , Adelaide Oval to-day, in warm weather. Hill took his overnight score of 134 to 141, when he gave JIcKcnzic ail easy catch off Laver, thus bringing one of his most brilliant innings to a close. He was at the wiekets for 3% hours, and never gavo a chance. Of the remaining b' I emeu, O Connor, who carried his bat out for 40, made the best stand. ? ' „ The total for South Australia's first effort stood at 490. ? .it Victoria, when stumps were drawn, had scored 145 in the second innings for the loss of four wickets. , ! . Scores: — ?,?., VICTORIA.— First Inpings. ? , Warne, c. C. Clem, b. O'Connor . ? 17 McKenzie, b. O'Connor 21 Hansford, c. mid b. O'Connor 2 JIcAlister, b. L.' It Ilill ............ , 4 Armstrong, c. Woodford, b. O'Connor 13 Carroll, b. O'Connor ? ? 80 Lave...
SENIOR-CONSTABLE'S ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
SENIOR-CONSTABLE'S ILLNESS. . After being off duty for several days, caused by internal troubles, Seniorcon stablo Hynes was conveyed to the hos pital yesterday. Senior-constable Hynes, who has been stationed in Bro ken Hill for the past 19 years, lias al ways enjoyed remarkably good health, but during tho past few days had com plained of intestinal pains. Drs. Dob byn and Setske consulted, and recom mended removal to tho hospital, whero ail operation may tako place .