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BROKEN HILL HOTELS. FULL COURT APPEALED TO BY RICHARD BENGER. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
BROKEM HILL MOTELS. fllll COURT APPCAtfO TO BY RICHARD BENGER. ['Truth's' Spcdal Spiviii. ] SYDNEY, Wcdnosdu Nujhl Tlio Full Court lintl before it to-day an application to make absolute 11 rulo nisi fur a writ of piohibition io icstnin the Special Licensing Couit 1oi Bukcn Hill from further proceeding to rochieo tho number of Iki uses in llio ilettoi .ilc. The application wna based upon the ground iliat thorp was in existence an order by tho Full Court for tho grant ing of a writ -of ccrtiorari quashing portion of thn order nnulo by llio Special Court, whith Imd pic\ioush sat at Broken Hill. In which mlam leduc tions had been nnd- r On September 10, 1907, a local op tion voto had boon 'taken at Broken. Hill, and undor the Liquor Amendment Act of 1905 a Special Court had been constituted, which siibsequcnth met at Broken Hill. A reduction in tho num ber of existing licenses had been de cided upon by tho court Tho present appellant (Richard Bongor) was among those, who received notice...
THE ROCKCHOPPERS' TROUBLE. CONTRACTORS DECLARE THEIR NEGOTIATIONS OFF. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
THE ROCKCHOPPERS' TROUBLE. CONTRACTORS DECLARE THEIR NEGOTIATIONS OFF. ['Truth's' Special Sen ico] SYDNEY, Wulnesilnj Xight - In-thc Asscmbh this afternoon, ..li J C. L. Fitzpatriik asked if tho Promiei attention had been drawn to a statement made by. Mr..H.E Holland, at the Rock choppers meeting j cstcrdaj , to the effect that the fines of the released men, al though . ostensible paid bj the contrac tors, wns really paid out or two xrcasuij Also, that he bund a statement ipJJ'Q effect that the Gowi.iment and ^-V Wade had been teiion-cd jj the Rock choppers, and . thit the lattoi had won by their. solidarity and would again win if they kept on then present- couise The* Premier leplied that the Govern ment intended to vindicate the law throughout. In connection vvitlntlic Rockchoppers trouble, he explained that 'the lines of tlie impiisoned men hud been paid, by' then emplojcit., and not by the Government A meeting of the Public Woiks Con tractors' Assoeial ion of Xew South Wales was...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
TENNIS. A tennis match was played between the Nicholls Street Methodist and Burke Ward lennis team? on Saturday, on the Burke Ward's new court. The teams were:Nieho)l3 Street Methodist: Messrs. Gordon, Head, Dunslan (captain), Pryor, and Miss Doc, anil Isaac; Burke Wards: Messrs. Phillips (captain), Johnstono, tmiih, anil .lonas, ami .?icsuunicM .juiui stone and Morritt. Tlip.ro was a fair number of spectators. Scores: — jJoubles — Kcail and Gordon lost to Jonas and Smith. -1—0; Dunstnn and Pryor lost to Phillips and Jolmstone, n-Lli; jjissi Joe and Isaac lost to Mrs. Mcrrilt and Jolmstone, -2—0; Read mid fiordon bout Phillips and JohastouP. U— 5; Gordon anil -\lisn iKiiae boat Smith and Mrs. IUotHI, 5—0; Pryor and Miss Duo lifnt Phillips and Mrs. .lohustonc, fi — 5. Singles.— Pryor limit Jolmstone, li— -1; . Dunstnn beat Smith, 0— 5: Gordon IohI to Phillips, (1—3; Head lost to Joints, I T — 0:''Mi»H ])o« and Isaac lost to Mrs. 5; JlrH. Isaac, lost lo Airs. MerriU, (1—1. Tptali — Ni...
YESTERDAY'S CRICKET MATCHES. COMMERCIALS v. LYRICS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
YESTERDAY'S CRICKET MATCHES. COMMERCIALS v. LVKICS. The match, Commercials v. Lyrics, was continued on the Western Oval yest erday afternoon in ii'.eal cricket weather. Last Wednesday the Lyrics had first use of the wicket, anil put up a score of iCO runs for 7 wickets. The Commercials yesterday opened their innings with Thomson and Hurley. Cliiuwiililrm and Crab were the first two bowlers. Huns came slowly for a start, and after live had been reached, Thom son snicked one into the slips off Chig widden. Bills was there, and accepted the chance. Tho fall of Thomson's wicket for such a low score, slightly disheartened the supporters of the Commercials, as he has always been looked upon as a sure bat. The next man in was Jonas, who opened with a single. The game from a specta tor's point of view was becoming dull, but the batsmen were playing a waiting 'jame, with very good judgment. Now and then runs were scored by straight hives from Hurley's bat, with an oc casional stroke to cover...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
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THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
THE SPORTING WORLD. (l.y '?Graml Flaneur'.') TUFTS OF TURF. Tiiui disappointing; horse, Arctnrus, at Just opened liis winning account by annexing Vh« Maiden Hiuidicup tit trawler, on .Monday. A returns (who is by Wallace— JUeniab) as :i yearling cost Mr. J. C. Williamson 1250 guin cns.nwl lias ni:ver previously paid for his liucp, tlmii'.'lilio Iins raml botli in ?loria and XV ow South Wales, wnere lie lu-.s cosd ins b.icUcis a tidy fortune. Ho wus bought by tins Victorian l'nvk trainer, A. M i-.c« v, for onu ol his ]-a- trons, and over' £100 was paid ioi him. Ho is a rogue puro and simple, for whila in this .State ho has start ed in races and never been sighted, yet two or three- days afterwards lit will como out on the track and rui. tho same, distance in faster time thai, the race wus run. U. Wutkins, his usual pnot, was not on his back on Monday, J. Liddle, not long returned from ilelbor.rne, having tho mount Arcturus has proved himself a bit of a man-cater duviug his o-year-old...
POLICE V. CO-OPERATIVE STORES [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
POLICE V. CO-OPERATIVE STORES Tho members of tho metropolitan polieo yesterday played a team picked from tho Co-operativo Stores. Tho polieo team wore easily beaten by 163 runs to 70. Some good batting wns put up by both sidps, tho most brilliant being that of G. Kemp, for tho Co operativo Stores, who mado 70. L. Phillips also played well for 31, being run out. For tho polieo team Manning lopped tho Bcoro with 22. Tho only other bats man to reach double figures wns Malone, 15. Scores : — CO-OPERATIVE STOKES. First Inning1-. Jas. Cullen, b. Atkinson ? 0 G. Kemp, b. Atkinson ? /0 J. Trembatli, c. and b. Mitchell ? ,8 H. Gardiner, b. Atkinson ? '2 W. Day, c. and b. Manning ? 0 L. Phillips, mn out ? ._ ? 3i J. C. Surman, c .and 0. juarun -.. . ???* R. Gummow, e. and b. Martin .. 3 J. Picken, b. Appcrman ? 14 F. Butlor, c. and b. Atkinson ? li R. Charles, not out ? 0 H. King, c. andb. Appermau ._. .. 3 Sundries ? ? ' Total ? : ? 103 POLICE. ' ' First Innings. -». _ Atkinson, c. Gummow, b...
POLICE v. TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
\ POLICE v. TRAfllSVAY. A match was played on the Hillside wicket yesterday, between 12 from the visiting 'police and 12 picked-from the joveinmenl Tramway Department, with :he following losult : — POLICE. Harper, b. Waldie ? 0 Baker, run out ? 42 Atkinson, ie tired ? 51 Colo, ? c. Stoncman, b. Bees ? 8 Xorley, e. and b. Hobday ? 5 Archinall; c. Paul, b. Hobday ? 8 Marlin, c. Travcrs, b. Eldrcdigc ? 21 Thompson, si. Sloncman, b. Kcnd- v rigan - ? ...^ — -...:... 2 Hennessey, run out . .' ? .* .3 Ball, retired ? '.'... '.... i.0 Jpperman, e. Goodall, b.'Wuldio~ ? J.4 Xorley, II., retired . : ? -'7 Sundries / ? 14 Total ? /. ? .210 TRAMWAY DEPARTMENT. - Kcudrigan, not out, . ..J. .'../. ? '^19 Stoneman, c. Morley, h. Harper ? 26 flavors, not out ? .' ? '. ? * 15 Barnes, e. Harper, b. Atkinson .... 6 Eldridge, b. Atkinson ? 14 Wuldie, retired .'. ? 02 Sundries ? I Total ' ? 141
PELLEW AND MOORE V. GLOBES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
PELLEW AND MOORE V. GLOBES. Pellew and Moore opened their in nings yesterday against the Globes, in die match which started last week. James and Roberts started the batting, to the. bowling of Tonkin and Mashford. After 10 runs had been scored, Roberts was clean bowled by Masliford. Storer was the next man in, and started oil' by niaKing some jucLiy suuki.-.'* iu lhu uh. The two batsmen now began to force the game, and were scoring runs freely, ?fames hit one up and was caught by Beauchauip (a sub.). The batting displays were, en the whole, of a poor description. Storer, however, made some good liits, chiefly to the off. His scoring was steady, and it was not until he had reached, within two of the half-century that he was clean bowled ny Tonkin, who had been bowling well all the afternoon, and came out with five wickets for ?)'- runs. In his innings Storer did not give a jhance. His batting was of a clean and even nature, and h« timed each stroke well. Beauchanip also batted well f...
MINIATURE RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
MINIATURE RIFLE MATCH. Last night at the Government Tram way sheds rifle range, a miniature rifle match was shot off, between 13 men picked from the Sydney Police and 13 from the Government Tramway Service. This is the first time that any of the Police team has ever taken -part in an out-door match, and this, together with not being accustomed to the lociu range, was, no doubt, the cause of their down fall. ' ' ? . The conditions of the shooting were, seven shots each over a range of 25 yards. Following are the scores : — Tramway. — Hammer, 31 points -, Kiess, 31 ; Harding, 29 ; Ford, 28 ; Taplin, 28 ; Armstrong, 2S ; Darby, 20 ; Stclman, 15 ; lleeps, ??.?- ; Grimm, 24 ; Surman, 22 ; Travels, 21 ; Fleming, 21. , Total, 33!). Police. — Senior-Constable Pearcc, 29 ; Constable Manning, 2ti ; Constable Pat terson, 2 j . Constable Handle}1, 24; Senior-Constable Brown, 23 ; Constable Asquith, 22 ; Constable Mitchell, 21 j Constable Brooke, 20 ; Senior-Constable McKclvey, 19 : Constable Ma...
BROKEN HILL BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
BROKEN HILL BOWLING CLUB,, The first tournament of the season was begun in the city bowling green yes terday, four finks being in play. The green was in excellent order, and there was a large attendance of the public din-i ing the evening's play, following . arc the scores :— '?: FIRST ROUND. No. 1 Rink.— J. Bryant and A. Hunter, 21, v F. S. Broad and R. McLcod, 10. No. 2 Rink.— -N. Richardson and P. Mprrison, 21, v. B. Williams and A. Sum sion, 19. -No. 3 Rink.— C. D. Mills. ana M. B. Wilson; 24, v. G. Bowcn and F. Shep pai'd, 0. ? . No. 4 Rink.— V. Gilbert and R. Rick ard, 21 v. 'II. Middleton and J. Lord, 10. . ' ' SECOND ROUND. . - Bryant and Hunter lost to Gilbert and Rickard, 24—4: Richardson and MoirisoH lost to Mills and Wilhon, 22—13. -*' ~ The final game, between Mills and Wilson and Gilbert and Richard, will bo played on Tuesday night.
BROKEN HILL POLICE V. SYDNEY POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
BROKEN HILL POLICE V. SYD NEY POLICE.. To-day a cricket nialiih be tween teams representing the Broken HilU Police and t'.y.luey Police is to be played on the Western Oval, starting at 11 o'clock t Both.toams will bo stiong. Tho mom bers of tho Sydney team will includo thoso men who . distinguished them .?selves iii tho recent matches, whilst tho local team will bo as follows : — Bakor, Newton, Hau.ow smith, Monday, Manglesdorf, Atkinson, Toole, Magill, Aurisch, McCarthy, and Ridge.
AMUSEMENTS. ABDULLAH'S ARABS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
AHUIS. , „ ABDULLAH'S ARABS The wondeiful tioupoof Viabs, undei tho leadeislup ol Haaj Abdullah, will appeal ioi tho hist timo in Bioken liill on batuiday night 'lho season is onlj a shoit one, ot thieo nights' duiation, so that all v ho wish to seo these mai vellous aeiobats sliould at once book their seats at Vivian's Hi Beit toajeis hab iceeived r who fiom Ab dullan, intimating hit, acceptance ol tlio mutation ol tho Biokui Jull Ai gnans to entertain tho Aiab tioupe at an Eastern festival Wheicvei this icmaikablo team of aeiobats ha\o ap peaied, then -e\tiaoidiuaiy c\colleiiec has been acknowledged Abdullah and his Aiabs have tiav oiled ovoi tho world and havo lately played to big houses in rULolbourno, Sydney, and Adelaide Then tm n, it is said, begins unosten tatiously, and tho peifoimeis giadu allj «woik up to an amazing series ot the most sensational atiobatic feats One of then-groat teats is tlio forma tion of human pyiaimds, m which they aio said to bo maivclloiA 'J'hoy are...
BENEFIT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
BENEFIT CONCERT. , At the Burko Ward Jlochanies' In stitute, Railway 'lown, last night, a beneifc concert w is tendeicd to Ifi lorn Tre/onu, who met vwth an i culent fifteen months ago, at the South Mine, and has been unablo to work sineo 'I ho attendance w i-. not 1 irge Mi £ Ivoy occupied the chair, and, in a low remarks, explained tho purpose for which tho concert had been organised The following programmo was nicely lendored : — Overture, by tho Misses Torclcr ; cornet solo, JI. Shepherd ; re citation, by Miss l\oso Ciiles ; rruartotto, bj the JNicholls' Stioct Pait, (Misses LoiJiinnn, llanv, Gustci, and Brvy), song, ' Out . on the Hocks,'1 JMias: llodgo , soit; (with violin obli^ato bj' Jli II Jennings), Mi Latio Other performers were AI- ?'? j' Nan kivoll, Mrs jNicholls, Mr Hotcliina, and lifiss Hodge
I.O.G.T. LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
I O G T LOOCE A meeting of the IOGT Lodge was held m the Piotestant Hall last night Mr W D Bohn, decretal) , occupied the chan, and presided o\ci only a meagie attendance lhe item on the sjllabus for the even ing was a temperance addiess by the Rev J JMuiinv, who, m the course of his l emails, pointed out the evils that were attached to excessive (driHMiig He pailieulailj uiged upon all who were present to sign a pledge, and .abstain fiom btioug drink .Slicing dmik he went on to say, poisoned a man's biain, and made him unfit for any work Not only did, he embrace m his sub jeet the evils attached to strong drink, but- he alsoi embraced the subject-r of smoking, which; he pointed out, was ul timately -as injurious is evasive dunk ing. He urged upon all temperance work ers in Broken Hill to become more united in their action against the cuis,cs of al coholism and smoking To emph isise the subject of his lei trie more, he gave some scriptural quotations .Mr. Copley also give n short ad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
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[?]ELLIGENCE. VICTORIAN GOLD YIELD. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
[?] VICTORIAN GOLD YIELD. L' Ti tilh's ' Special Sen ice.] MELBOURNE, Wcdnesdav Night Tho Vietoiian gold yif-ld foi October was 70,030o/ ol lino gold, valued at £300,017, an meieaso ot 10,937oi ovei tho same month of last veai The yield for thn last ton months was 5o4,0o(ioss. of fino gold, valued at £2, 35J.480 This shows a decrease of 14,823oz. on that obtained last veai dm ing the same period
SHARE MARKET. ("Truth's" Special Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
SHARE MARKET. ('Ji'iths Special C'oi l c-pondent ) ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night Tho following business was tiansactod on 'Chango to daj — Bioken Hills, sales, 41/, '14/3, and 44/6, b 44/0, s 41/9 Block 14 (piet ), sales 13/9; b 13/C British, sales 19/ and 18/9, b. 18/7$, .British (now), sales 18/, 17/9, and 17/6, b 17/41, s 17/9 Block 10, b 63/ Pinchers, sales 2/9 and 2/10, b 2/0}, s ,2/10 Norths, sales G3/ and 62/6, b 61/6, s 62/6 Souths (paid), sales 77//' b 7C/0, s 77' Souths (con ), sales 67/, 66/6, and 67/, b 66/9, s 67/ ' South Blocks, sales 25/71, 21/101; and 23/, b 25/, s 25/ Sulphido'Coiporation (ord ), sales 8/6 and 8/9 Chaffers, sales 7/6, 8/7/ and 8/6 Cumboiland, sales 4/b Golden Bole, sales 1/li BohMt, sales 28/ ij - J Bouldoi Ones, sales 9/4 Main Keeps, sales 6/11 and 7/1 Poiseveianco, sales 7/8 Hannan's Stai, sales 6/4, 6/3, 6/2 Maiaioa, sales 20/9 Manol Loch, sales 2/1 J Muaioa Queeni sales od North Kalguih/ nalos 2/2} hnd 2/1 North Jlararoa, sales 1/S, l/7i, and Melton...