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THE MINES DEPARTMENT. SECRETARY OF MINES DENIES THE CHARGES MADE. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
THE MINK DEPARTMENT. SEGRETARY OF MINES DENIES THE CHARGES MADE. [' Truth's ' Special Serv ice ] SYDXri, Wednesday ^lght Iih tho 'Assembly to daj, 'jMr Doolej stated the chaiges agam-.t tho Mines De partment- which vide foiesbadowed last w eek lie denied havmgjUsod the woids 'Coi mption' and'Bnbery' and aesoi ted that the, mfoimalion lefused luni had been given bj in olhcial to a public company lie implied tliat the heads of-lhe JJe paitment had used then inlluence in oidei to favoi 'coitain poison-) Nothing seiisational turnspit cd, and most of tho^ Ministeiiabsls tieatid the mattoiMightlj Mi Wood (Secielaiy foi 'Mines) le plied in heat, and at gicnt length, giv mgii complete denial to the^chaiges
BRITISH MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
' ' BRITISH MINE The following lepoits foi ^the weeks ending_oist Oetobei and 7th November, 1908, hav e boon furnished by tho man; agoment — Poi week ending 31st October, lOOS — Development — Thompson's shaft, bOUft level The south dn\e bus been e\ten ded Sft , making its total length 107ft There is a little ore showing on the west side of the face 700ft level The south drive from the Plat has been e\tended 5ft , making its total 'length 107ft The face is in hard quart/, with a bttlo ore intermixed 800rt level The uprise from the end of the No 2 west ciosscut has been ex tended 4ft , making its total height 2Jft 'lho back is in schist) carrying splashes of oie Toi week ending 7th November, l'JOS — Development — Thomson's shaft, GOOft level (Section Glo) The south dine has been extended 3ft, mak.ng its total ?cnglh 200ft Tho face is in poor lode malPiial ' 700ft level (Section G10) The south drive from the Plat has boon extended 3ft , making its total length 110ft The face is ,in poo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
Tho. ' Barrier Daily Truth' will be glad to recelvo intimation of forthcoming Balls, Weddings, &c, AH communications must bo ad .drcssod to the Lady Editor, ' Truth' Office A. I. EGLINTON. FAMILY BUTCHER. THOMAS STREET, West Broken Hill. /'CHOICEST Smallgood s always on ^-^ Hand. Cleanliness strictly ob served. Meat direct from th|- Freezing Chambers. Tempting Joints a Spec ialty. Once- tried always oaten, So buy a joint that oan't bo bouton. Noto Address: Thomas Street, near West Bud Brewery.
MINES AND WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
JW1NES AND WATER SUPPLY: All tho mines on the line' of lode. have now guuantccd to take all then vwitci from the Umbeiumbuika bupplv, when it is consul uctcd ,- At the last meeting of the Council it was puuoimccd that all the mines but two had Riven this undoi taking Tho Mavor was wfoimcu last night mat. iciicis wouui rcacn mm 10 u.ij iioiu the two,, coming into hue will the olhiis. The Council has alieady given a (ollee tivo guainntce m the teims desired to tho Government, and it now rests with we Wade Cabinet to fuliu its piomisi, and set to woik on tho Lmibuunibcrka scheme.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908
FUNERAL NOTICES. THE Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. HENRY ROBERTS are respect- &nbsp; fully informed that the remains of their late daughter, MILICENT MAUD, will be removed from their residence, Con- sol Street, S.B. Hill, THIS DAY at 2.30 p.m. for interment in the Metho- dist Cemetery. J . POLKINGHORNE & CO., &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Undertakers. &nbsp; 'Phone 259 317 IN MEMORIAM. &nbsp; MARKS — In sad but loving memory of JAMES, beloved husband of M. A. Marks, who died November 12, 1904. R.I.P. &nbsp; So dearly loved, so deeply mourned. Inserted by his sorrowing wife and children, Bernard, James, Myrtle, Tom, and Cyril Wolfram Street. &nbsp; z317.
THE MEEKATHARRA GOLD POCKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THE MEEKATHARRA GOLD POCKET. The milling register at JNauninc telegraphed to the Department with reference to the phenom enal gold find . at Black .Tnnlr Nnn'n. nt, Ynlofmidn. near Moeka tharra, that Lyons, Mackintosh, and pnrtj- liad a clean-up of 750oz . , making a total of 1220oz. for a fortnight's work . 'I lirst met Cecil Rhodes in London in the early eight ies.' writes Lady a.andolph Churchill, in tho 'Century.' 'Wo was then n handsome young man, but with a dclicato chest, and was just start ing for South Africa, who.ro ho hoped tho wondorful air would euro him. This it did, for, although ho diccl at a comparatively early age, it was not from consumption . I remember onco having a most interesting conversation with him over his aims and ambitions. His wliolo soul was bound up in tho future- and progress of South Africa, and, although ho was not a self-seeker in any way, ho was justly proud of having the immense provinco of Ithod esia named after him. In his heart of hearts ho ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
5s. ReHwi-saed from EacK &1 Spesni. 2s. 6d. Returned from Each lOs. Spent. 3d. Refunded from Every Is. Spent. I TM1S REFERS ABSOLUTELY TO CASH TRANSACTIONS. I Positively the Last Days— FRIDAY, SATURDAY, and MONDAY. . ' I W. Co * 'O A. VIES. X he BlSL StOFCo Corner of Argent and Oxide Streets, airad Patfcon Street, South Broken Hill. ? ? 1 DO YOU KNOW WHY . \ H ^&&^& -i BECAUSE \VK are BANG LT-TO-DATE. Tlje result being YOU CAN H ^P||^;i0^t--- PKOCURE everything a well-appointed Ironmongery Establishment should 9 /$K ^^1*^11^- supply. We have BUILDIXG MATERIALS of every description. You I $? ^iS^llnR^i^^ wil1 be auiP'y .repaid il' you get our prices before purchasing elsewhere 9 A|W» ' SUPPLY YOU WITH .GUNS, AND AMMUNITION*. ? ALSO ICE CHESTS, ';i.C.'-I-REEZERS, CANVAS; WATER* COOLERS I AND FILTERS, FLY WIRE, SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS. G ARDEN- HOSE; -AND Ey.ERY I OTHER REQUISITE FOR THE SUMMER. - ? ' ' ? ' ' ' ;' ' \V'' 1 We are now unpacking ^a FINE A...
THE SPAN OF LIFE. WHAT SCIENCE IS DOING TO LENGTHEN IT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THE SPAN OF LIFE. WHAT SCIENCE IS OOINC TO LENCTHEN IT. Seienco has not found out to stay tho hand of time, but it has discovered much that is upsetting to our ancient ideas of tho fundamental causes of growth and decay, nnd lias even gain ed borne insight into the possibilities of lovorsiuc life process, whereby ago might grow back to youth. It is a -ery- fascinating suggestion that man by 'taking thought,' if ho. cannot add n cubit to his stature, can move back from tho shrivelling of ago to the bloom and freshness of ^youth . Wo cannot conceive, says the 'World of Work,' of time running backward, but many machines can do so ; and, stiango to relate, certain living crea tures havo shown the whole process of upbuilding reversed. Likewise, it wns . rlisnorercd bv Hill that the fer ments . aro reversible-, and can make a\g,i\en process rctraco its ground. Hore is another 'basic principle' dis covered. -Now, for tin's, shall wo pic ture tho old man looking less wrinkled to-morrow, str...
PORT PIRIE SMELTERS. "BANANA" CARTS PROTEST AGAINST HOTTER WORK, AND WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
PORT PIRIE SMELTERS. 'BANANA' CARTS PROTEST AGAINST HOTTER WORK, AND WIN. Tho men employed wheeling C. and B. oro. treated by tlio Carmichael and Bradford process havo struck work. Tho custom that has boon in voguo in tins particular work is that extra men havo been employed cooling the ore with water after treatment, and then shovelling it out on to plates ready tor tho wheelers from tlio top floor to cart away. This arrangement was 'uducnly ' discontinued on Tuesday morning, the wheelers from the top floor being requested (o take their 'b'nu- 11.111a' carts right in and load the hot molten mass just ns it is tipped from tlio receptacles from which tho desulphurising process taps place it. Tho whoolers refused to fall iu with the new arrangement, nnd after some delay tho management decided to re vert to tho original system.
BRISBANE CITY COURT. THREE CASES COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. BRISBANE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
BRISBANE CITY COURT. THREE CASES COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. ['.Truth's' Special Service.] ' BRISBANE, Thursday Night. At the Brisbane City Court this after noon, Samuel W. Lewis, a letter-sorter, was committed for trial on 11 charge of stealing letters containing money, while iu course of transmission by post. H. C. Wakeficld was conunittcu for trial on a chaigo of stealing toots valued at .tO/12/0. Wakefield was also commicted on ' a charge of having stolen,' in company with W. T. Taylor,' a ease of matches, at Pinkenba. . Bail was allowed, self in £iO,.find two sureties of .€25 each. Taylor was committed for sentence to tho.hoxt sittings of the District Court.
CHILD'S BODY FOUND IN PIPER LANE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
CHILD'S BODY 'FOUND IN PIPER LANE.. Yesterday morning, kt 0 o'clock, tho body of u nen-]j'-born femalo child was found in Piper Lane, South Bro kpn Hill. Tiio child was wrapped in an old blouso, evidently 0110 belong ing to the mother. JJr. Home held a post mortem exam ination, nnd found the organs to bo in a generally ho.ilfhy condition. Ho was of tho opinion that tho child had breathed after birth. Tho coroner (T. Hall) was informed, and decided to hold an inquost on tho body ab 2 p.m. to-day. During last wook Mr. Nottloship, headmaster of tho Central nnd Diotrict Schools, made a presentation of 20 foot ball caps to tho District Football Club. The cu|);j are of good quality, neatly mado, and h.ivo on 'them tho lettoro, 'D.F.C.' (District Football Ciub), which aro worked upon tho front. Thoy woro donated by Mr. licit Sayers. Silver medals suitably in wribrd wow also presented to tlio highest scorers in tlio District School Rillo teum, which has boat--n all comers in matches with it...
DINIZULU'S TRIAL. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
DINIZULU'S TRIAL. (Reuter's Service.). LONDONrTliursday.' Dinizulu, the chief of tho Zulus, has at last been brought to trial at Grey town . There are twenty counts in thoi in dictment against, him, charging, among other things, that ho encouraged rebel lion, collected arms, and harboured re bels during tho last affray in Natal, in which about a scon; of white men. wore killed. .Dinizulu has pleaded not guilty. The Chief Oakyuma has been sentences to seven years' hard labor for high tf'ia sou'and nets of ?lebellion orgam 'od in conjunction with Bombaata. .Indge Smith .in passing sentence, ic marked that thei e was no evidence that Oakyuma had acted directly or indiicct ly under the 'orders of Dinmihi, whoso position, therefore, was in no degree af fected by this conviction of his suboidin atc:
THROUGH DARKEST AFRICA. SOMETHING ABOUT THE ETIQUETTE OF THE CANNIBAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THROUGH DARKEST AFRICA. SOMETHING ABOUT THE ETI QUETTE OF THE CANNIBAL. Lieutenant-Colonel 1J. (.!, T. Bright, C.M.G., who left England at tho end of 1906 as British Commissioner in connection with the disputed frontier between Great Britain and tho Congo L'Voo State, has returned to Enirland after 20 months' travel in somo or' tlio (widest parts of East Africa. Iho conditions along the banks of the SemliKi Uivci- wen; most depress ing Tho nun was seldom stou, tho foi o.»t growth was so thick that enmp could ouly bo pitched in tho native vil l.iKts. TJio l'orost was densely inhabit ed by people, who livo in tlio 'thick mi deitfiowth. AH tho patlis U- tlw forest » ill itfes are strons'ly stockaded, and the jungle itself was thickly studdod with wooden spikes in order to prevent mi r- 1 prise. Tho inhabitants dilfor entirely ! 11 om tho pigmies of tlio Hum forost. Thoy are caimibals, and when presses; for food exchange their children for thoso of other families. Thoy iei'uuo bo eat me...
Mr. ASQUITH PRAISED. Guildhall Policy to Have Support of Opposition. WHOLE NATION PROUD. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
Mr. ASQUfTH PRAISED. Guildhall Policy to Have Support of Opposition. WHOLE NATION PROUD. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. Mr. Long, who held office in the last Conservative Administration, addressing the Welsh Unionists' Association, in London, last night, said tho whole na tion wns proud of the determination and strength with which the Government had faced the result of the recent foreign complications. — The Prime Minister's. Guildhall speech was worthy of a great Minister, and Mr. Asquith might rely on ungrudging support from his political opponents toucliing all matters of foreign policy so long as he continued tho course he had so eloquently marked out.
KING'S BLUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
KING'S BLUFF. The manager lepoit s loi the foitnight ending November 7th — 1 Electrical engineer commenced his 1 duties on tho 2nd instant. The founda tion for the engine is in, ? and the bed plate in position. The engine is also. re- moved close to the 'bed-plates.' Getting insulators placed in ihe shaft. Have ad vice from Horwood and Co. that they cannot possibly turn the pump out of hand until the end of this month. It was promised by the (ith instant. How ever, when the pump reaches the mine everything will lie ready.. A man ivho is trying to walk round the world is Laurent Itevel, of' Paris, who lias reached Neiv York. This is his second trip. Ho called on Presi dent Koosorcit, at Washington, nnd obtained his autograph, nnd ahovo it the oncourngiii^ words, 'Good luck to you on your second trip around tho world.' Revel left Paris 12 months ago, and is to cover certain iJiii t.s ot tho globe not traversed in tho pre vious trip in three yt-nrs. If ho reaches a certain cafo in tho ...
BROKEN HILL QUARTETTE CLUB. SPENDS AN EVENING IN HARMONY AND HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
BROKEN HILL QUARTETTE CLUB. . ? _^k ? SPENDS AN EVENING IN HARMONY AND HAPPINESS. The Uroke:i Hill Quartette Ciub in variably ehnrnimglj onto tniiis itself and visitors. Harmony of the highest class and genial social inteiconrse were the eliiu ucteiislics of the function which took place lust night in the huge cliainhpi oi me Town Hall. -Jjovers of music at tended in foice, nnd lvere rewarded with the hweetests of strains and the most charmingly-selected items. It was tho first of two smoke socials given annually by the Broken TI ill yuartette Club, and wns responsible for a. crowded ball and the gieatest enjoj nient The club's new year began 011 October 1, and two Indies' nights will also included in the jeni's agenda The following are the honorary ofliceis of the club:— Patron, C. 15. Mooie, Ksq ; Piesident, V. F. Stanley Low, E«n ; Vice-Presidents, G. R. Bolton, tsq, L H. M. Avei y, Esq , and J. McKonsoy, Esq.; nnd the honorary members are — Mrs. It. E. Foster, Mrs. O. V. Hawkins...
THE MINES DEPARTMENT. PREMIER WADE ASKS MR. DOOLEY A QUESTION. SYDNEY, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THE MINES DEPARTMENT. PREMIER WADE ASKS MR. DOOLEY A'QUESTION. ['Truth's' Special Service.] _ - SYDNEY, Thuisday Night. - In the Assembly to-night the Premier (Mr. Wade) ref cried to the charges which Mr. Dooley had levelled against vie .Mines Department, and put the : follow^, ing question lo the member ? for 'Hart ??? lov:— ;: ? . ?? . ? .;? ? V -? .. ;-i ; ;V;,'h 'Did you state at Newnes .or ;olsn-.. where that you imputed bribery, cor: ruption, or dishonesty to any officer _ or lo the Minjstcr controlling the Mines Department V' ' ' '?'.?'!?? Mr. Dooley, in reply, said: ''I thought I. had made it suinciently' clear in my speecn last night that I never imputed bribery or corruption, or dishonesty to any odiccr of the Mines Department, or to 'the Minister for Mines. 1 did not use the words 'bribery' or 'corruption' atall. I would be tho last man who would take another man's character away without having good foundation for doing so.' The second reading of the Pure Food Bill was th...
SEPARATION ORDER GRANTED. WIFE GIVEN CUSTODY OF CHILD AND 10s. PER WEEK. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
SEPARATION ORDER GRANTED. WIFE CIVEN CUSTODYOF CHILD AND 10s. PER WEEK. ['Truth's' Special Service.] ; ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. The case- was again before tho City Court to-day in which James Brodie, of Hiudmarsh, a bricklayer, was charged on tho information of his wife with adultery with Mary Thulborn, and in which tho informant claimed reliof under tho Married Woman s Protection Act. When the caso was previously heard counsol for tho defendant had intimated that he could provide positive ovidenco that Mrs. Brodio herself had boon guilty of misconduct, and the caso was adjourned in order that further evi dence might be elicited. After hearing tho evidence to-day tho Court found that the defendant had' committed adultery, but thoro was not sufficient evidence to show that tho complainant had committed a similar offence . Tho complainant would, therefore, bo granted a separation order, and bo given the custody of tho child. The defendant was ordered to pay 10s. por week towards his ...