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LAST NIGHT'S PROCEEDINGS. Statement of Claims. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
LAST NIGHT'S PROCEEDINGS. Statement of Claims. The momentous Conference between tho representatives of the Combined Unions and the Mine Managers' Associa tion took place last night at Tait's Hall. It was decided that the only report given to the press would be the. oliicial account of .the proceedings dictated by the con joint hon.- sceretarics of the Conference, ?}.f«ssrs W. E Wain wright r.mi W. 'D. 'lianictt. The lollowing is the official report given to 'Barrier Daily Truth': — Mi. W. D. Lelpi.it, General .Manager of the II II. L'uppiieUry Mine, occupied the chaii. Mi. T. Gamboni, President of the- Combined Unions, ofliciating as Vice-President. Tho following were tho delegates from the Combined Unions: — A.M.A.-: T. Gamboni (President), W. Nulty, W. ISossci, T. II. Hogan, C. K. Coul'ls, U. Hewitt, C. Eiohards, and W. D. Barnelt (secretary). A.M.A. sub-branch, S.B II., E.I'. O'Neill. Kngincdrivers and Firemen's Associa tion: is. C'Oiidc, D. Wai nook, A. Cope land, R. C. Gamlcn, ...
LEFT-HANDED WEDDING. Senator Declines to Sanction His Daughter's Morganatic Marriage. DUKE IN A QUANDARY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
LETT-HANDED WEDDING. Senator Declines to Sanction His Daughter's Morganatic Marriage. . DUKE IN A QUANDARY. (Router's Service.) U LONDON, Wednesday. ; The Duke, of Abruzzi is in a difficulty as to his wedding. Miss Elkins, daughter of Senator jj.Kins, an American million aire, had accepted him, King Victor Em manuel has agreed that she shall have havo the rank of precedence at Court of a Royal Princess; but in spite of this rank by the statutes of the House of Savoy neither she nor her children could stand in tho line of inheritance of the throne, and, therefore, though the Duke might agree noc to marry in his own rank, reasons of State might make it necessary that he should, and his uinon with Miss Ijlkins -would be moigaiintu The Sciutoi declined to sanction anj such union, and the Duke has to choose between relinquishing his light of buc cession oi Ins bnde-cloct. [The Duke of Abiu//i is the thud son of Amadcd, Duke ot Aosta (who'died m 1800). He lias pencil atea nearer to the No...
THE CONFERENCE BEGINS. Personal Notes Concerning the Men Who Are Deciding the Fate of Broken Hill. THE OFFICIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
[?] Personal Motes Concerning the Mm Who ' Are Ikcidmg the Fate of Broken Hill. ?:, THE. OFFICIAL REPORT.'. ? '? The first meeting in Conference be- ' twee'n the mine-managers nml the repre sentatives of the Combined Unions \ra» held lost night at Tail's Masonic Hall, Beryl Street. This was necessarily taken up with credential and preliminary busi ness, our, tno rival ambassadors had an opportunity of_taking stock of each other, of ' comparing notes as to the last similar assembly, and of noting new -.faces.' ' ?„;.??'? ??-.'. ' : Easily Xirst- in interest is G. IX Del: prat;3m()ra;faniiiiarlv.knpwii t,o the men as.-.-;;DeIljy!'Mr.. Delprat is always suave, :]3qjitiV'auU ' gooil humoured, readv at:all-,timcs;t.o;laugli;and joke, but at. the siime^iiiieS.is Ueisnly . QU the alert, as esliarp usjoiiy; razor;; the man who beats him iii'arguinciit'JiaH no mean task. In ?Ins'-pcriioiial I 'contact- with the workers, ; Mr. Dolprathas'always shown considera tiou^aiid has tluis earned respe...
THE GERMAN REICHSTAG. Debates the Recent Indiscretions of the Kaiser. CONFIDENTIAL ADVISER RETIRED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
THE GERMAN REICHSTAG. Pitts the Recent Indiscretions of the Kaiser. CONflDENTIAl ADVISER RETIRED. ! (Router's Service.) I LONDON, Wednesday. . I In the Reichstag to-day a debato is I proceeding on tho recent indiscretions I of tho German Emperor, and more- par I ticularly his mischievous intrusion into I tho domain of foreign affairs, in tho I mnttor of the interview with a British journalist, in tho course or which ho chimed to be England's friend, in that during tho early stages of tho Boer wnr ho drew up a plan of campaign liko Lord Roberts' nud sent it to Wind sor. liadical and Socialist members aro uniting in a demand for tho abolition of the personal regime in tho govern ment of tho country. Dr. Klelnnet, a oonndontial adviser to the Foreign Offico at Berlin, who examined tho Kaiser's statoment to a 'representative Englishman)' which was published in tho ' Daily Tele graph,' and created unpleasant feelings in Europe, has been placed on tho re tired list. Dr. Klehmct's plea was...
MURRAY WATERS DISPENSATION. ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
MURRAY WATERS DISPENSATION. ___^_ ? ['Truth's' Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night, Sir. T. Price (Premier) to-day in formed a member, in the House of As sembly, that he had that day signed the revised Murray Waters Agreement on be half of South Australia. The njri pcment had, he said, now been signed on behalf of the three contracting Stale-*, lie had informed the Premiers of New South Wales and Victoria that he had signed the document, and pro posed to proceed with the Bill at once, and hud anked them to do the same.
ANOTHER MURDER IN INDIA. Police Inspector Who Tracked Assassin Shot in Calcutta. QUICKER PUNISHMENT DEMANDED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
ANOTHER ftfURDER IN INDIA. Police Inspector Who Tracked Assassin Shot in Calcutta.' QUICKER PUNISHMENT DEMANDED. (Router's Service.; LONDON, Wednesday. flic detective inspector who tracked Bhakni, the murderer of tin Kennedys at Muzaffanpoi'c, has been shot dead in the streets of Calcutta by throe Ben galio, who managed to escape. The murderer of Gossain has been hanged at Alipur. Contrary to Indian custom, many na tive women followed the body to the miming gnat, mo remains were piumi on a funeral pyre of sandalwood and anointed with ghee with all the cere monies of honor attached to the last rites paid to distinguished dead. Since the attempt at Calcutta on the life of Lieutenant-Governor Fraser there has been other various signs of the determined spirit of the Bengalio who have been preaching sedition and advo cating another uprising. The terrorists are exercising 'the nielli-, oils of intimidation openly; and men among the crowd in and outside t'ic hall where the assassination of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
J. HAROLD CAMERON, W. F. DICKSON, Trading' as CAMERON and DICKSON, SHAREBROKERS AND AGENTS. FOR 4 years and 15 months respec tively Secretary to tho Broken Hill Hospital. Will bo very pleased to Buy or Sell SHARES for you. One Commission Only. Aro in a position to find you a Cpmfortablo Home, or to in sure it or your Goods. ' ARGENT STREET.
LADY ELECTED MAYOR. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
LADY ELECTED MAYOR. (Router's Service.) - LONDON .Wednesday. Mis. Garratt Anderson, has been elected Mayor of Aldeburgh, in Suffolk. She is tho first lady Mayor chosen to piesido over a Town Council in Eng land [Sirs;. ''Anderson lias other and higher claims to honor oven than this uuiritio election. She is a doctor of medicine, sity. Born in 183G, sho began to study medicine in 18G0 ; tho College of Surgeons and Physicians refused to ad mit her to their examinations ; passed by tho Society of Apothecaries, which took a broader view, sho obtain.-d a license to practise in 18lif-; secured the M.D. degiee, Pans, in 1870 ; i-ecuied election to tho first Lond/jn School Board in 1870 ; and lias hold many pub lic offices. Married in 1871 lho manaK injr, director of the Orient Royal Line. 'Aldeburgh has been the homo of her family for many generations.]
PENNY WORD CABLES. Sir Henniker Heaton Claims New Telegraphy Makes Cheap Cabling Profitable. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
PENNY WORD CABLES. ? V ? Sir Henniter tieaton Claims New Telegraphy Makes Cheap Cabling Profitable. (Router's Service.) ' ..''..'.. LONDON, Wednesday. Addressing a meeting at tho Colonial Institute, Sir Henniker Heaton n.lvoea ted the. immediate institution of uenny ii word cable rates between all 'parts-', of the British Empire. He declared th.ir, the collapse of the oppoaitian to i.im 1 -i ml. penny postage justified tho belie! that the same thing would happen in regard vo cauies, ana mat me . penny i.ito would prove n success as sooiKas it w.is adopted. Colonial Governments ought to encourage this most desirable method of linking the dista.ntj,p_arj;s::.of the Dnipiro'TSy bjrering'fo' constru'cfland' lines in connection with new cables. Tin; money now expended by the Colon ial Governments in cabling would bo more than sullicieut to pay interest on such land lines and on all ocean lines which it would be necessary to acquire, not withstanding the huge sum that would have to be pai...
"MESSIAH'S" SECRETARY TARRED AND FEATHERED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
'MESSIAH'S' SECRETARY . TARRED AND FEATHERED. (Router's Sen ice.) LONDON, Wednesday: ' Tho indignation which' is -felt at tho blasphemous immorality of.tho Clapton ?'Messiah,' who is living in open adul tery at Spaxton -with' a ''girl who has just (riven biith to tho second child of which ho is tho father, has taken law less shape. Tnrco .Londoners motored to tho Agnpemone, or '' Abode of Love.'' as tho retreat. where Smytho-Piggott lives, and took with them a /helmet full of tar and feathers. Failing to get at the 'Messiah,' they putVtlie: helmet on tho head of his secretary, a young man named Reid. , The Agapemonites gave- information 'fco tho x-olicc, the three men woro ar rested, and at tho police couit on Tues day tho ringleader was sentenced to a month's imprisonment, and tho othor two fined.
BRIEF CABLES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
BRIEF CABLES. [Reutcr's Seivice] LONDON, Wednesday Hen Beinstoff, of Cano, lips' been ap pointed German Amb'assadoi'at Wash ington, to succeed Baion vo.i Stern berg, who died icicntly Camboiucll School, London, on Tues day received a. Union Jack, sent by Cunbcrncll School, Victona, and de spatched anothei in return' Ono bundled Nonconfoi mist members of the House of Commons lmc resohed to buppoit the negotiations ic opened bv Mi lluncim.in (Picsidonfbf tho IJo.ud of Education) with i \ie\v to efrecting a compioinisc that will ent,uio tho ac ceptance of tho Education Bill by all parties ' Canada's Postmastoi-Cenoial has agieed to discuss with tho Impel ml Go-ieinmcnt'tho laj ing clown of another Atlantic cablo at the pint expense of Gioafc Britain mid the Dominion O\ ci tho new who oidinaiy messages go at 2Jd a woid, pioss messages at a penny per woid Tho deposit. ons ^of Gossan, an In dian who turned infoimer against iia tno leadeis cha'iged with sedition, has been i ejected by tho ...
ENGLISH LICENSING BILL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
... ENCLISH LICENSING BILL. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. Jho Licensing Bill has passed through tho Committee stage, and been reported to the House for third reading. About 165 Conservative Mayors in England and Wales, 19 LiberalUnion ists, 121 Liberals, and 0 Laborists havo forwarded petitions containing 1,585,901 signatures against the Bill, whilst 1,209,098 signatures havo been obtained for it.
A FEROCIOUS DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
,A FEROCIOUS DOti At., the Police Court yesterday morn ing Squiro Ingham,' residing in Mica Stieet, was proceeded against by Robert Aitkenliead, for having, ou October 28, kept a ferocious clog in tho privnto yard of his promises. The dog, it appears, attacked Robert Aitkenliead, the infant son of tho in formant, the child having tho right of uso oi tlio yard at the tuner or, tho at tack. ; Sir. G. H. Forbes appeared for tho defendant, who pleaded guilty, and asked that tho case should bo leniently dealt wiui, as the defendant Inul don'e all that any one. could do in tho matter. On hearing of tho attack ;ho ''immedi ately destroyed tlio dog. ' Defendant was not present at tho timo tho dog attacked the child . The dog was at tho houso of his son-in-law. Mrs. Aitkcn hoad called thero with lier infant son; and tho little fellow played' with the dog, which was of a savage nature, and which turned round and bit tlio child. Mr. Aitkonlieacl, in reply to , the S.M., said that his wifo went...
The Police Court. Wednesday—Before Mr. J. McKensey, S.M. ONLY A FEW HOURS SOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
The Police Court. 'Wednesday— Beforo Mi J McKensej, OXLV A TCAV 11OUBS -KOB1JR Peail Ltinsd.\lc, 26 hung m Ciyslal Sticetj^iind who is a baimaul bj1 eall mg, made hci second1 appeal anco be foie the Police Court jesteiday morn mg n The oft ending Peail had only made her debut befoio the 'com t oniTuesdaj, on a chaige ot haMiig been found drunk m Ci\stal Lane on the 10th mst The chaige jesteiday morning was for n snnilai ollencc The lad- had only been hboialod from tlie comt on '1 uebdaj morning, and later on in the d.ij' kwas found bj Constable Anriseh in -jijstal Lane The ofiending lady pcilmps in tended drowning hci f-ouows foi ha.\ ing appealed m a cpmt of law, .ind, had o\ er-mdulged, with the eonsequenee that she was lined 10/ oi impiisonmcnt lor three days. Thicc dajs ^Jeio allowed to paj' the fine
WHITE CLIFFS AND WILCANNIA. A Trip to the River Darling By Barrier Identities. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
WHITE CLIFFS AND1WILCANNIA. ?v ? A Trip to tbe River Darling By Barrier Identities. A gioup of Baineiitcs hiue just ie turned from AVhiteJJlill's and Wilcannia; looking Fiiiibuinl aiTd happy They ie poit * Countn looking bad, but tnp/de lightful The pnih consisted of Messis. A UaRhousp, C T Jljdo, \\'M Temple L C'ohoun, A S Kidman, and J P \fnrrnu ..IP ~~ - . ' AVhen these ti.ivolh'is had l cached the (list camping ground and had begun to discuss a plentiful p\oniiig meal — bang- boom' Mi Kidman had placed win lent furwoiks ucalh the coat tails of two of Ins confieics Of course, the camp e\entuallv settled down lo peace and a game nl bndgo, and'thc lcmaindci of the euukors and sky lockets vcio the i clight of the cluldien .it Moot, wm gee Tj\ o of the happy cuele— e\ ulentiy ama tcui buslunen — started out to look foi ttalei on the waj to White dills Thej were posted missing — not at Lloyd's — foi foiir'houis in consequence Was it the unaccustomed liatuie of the seaich Uut did the d...