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ACCIDENT AT THE PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
ACCIDENT AT THEPROPRIETARY. An accident occurred at 3.1o a.m. yesterday at tho 1200ft. level of Block 13 of the Proprietary Mine, to a mar ried lnnn named J. Cano; 32 /years of age. lie was taken in U10 ambulance to his homo at the corner of Rockwell liliu \\ usuil stiuuLs, suuuimy; 110m a bruised loot, caused through a rock fall ing on tho injured member.
SOUTH BROKEN HILL A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
SOUTH BROKEN HILL A.N.A. The foi'lnighUv mnuting of the South Uiiinih of tl»- -v \ \, -o ,)0, w is held 111 11k Alccliiinic-.' Institute South ]!iokcii JIill, last nielli 'lhe I'nsulint ('Nil I I'tiki) ocLiipicJ the -li.in, ind pitsidod o\ci .1 good lU IliiiIiuilc ot niLinlnis StMiul new uuiuliLis wcic pio^o-jul for admission into Uuv Association; Av. ,). Hates moved a motion,, which, was hrcondid jind (iinud uiuiniinousi^ that id\(iti*mg in tin futine Ijl lone in flic ']Janier jJaily Truth,' 1 1n 111 \t meeting whuli is to n 11 Iti in a fortnight's) time, will take this ' foWii of ii musical evening. Already 11 num ber of good items have been pioiniscd. ?' Other business of a minor nature Was transacted.
TOM MANN'S TRADUCERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
TOM MANN'S TRADUCER8. To condemn meiubei s ot the La boi Paib is not congenial, but lecent ulleianccs oi ceitum Labor lepiesentatnes demand condem nation Laboi-leadei McQowen aud Labor-membei Beeby have giossly insulted Ban ioi unionism by theu cowaidly leleieuces to Tom Mann the liustcd honoied, and beloved oiganibOi of thoB.imei Combined Unioiib ^Tliei« is not the' slightest ex cuse ioi them Some may uige' that these Labor ciitits weie mis led by ialse picas lepoits This aigument will not beai jn&pection The Labor Parliamentaiians know lhat Tom Mann was the oigamser foi the Combined Unions, they knew that Baiucr unionism had scored a gieat victory foi union sohdanty and they must also have known that the honois of that victoiy lay with Tom Maun It was Tom Mann's unequalled 01 ganismg ability, Ins coinage and daring, his wondeiful oiatoncal powei, combined with ' his en deal ing and magnificent per&onali- tj that stimulated the Bamci «u-* lonistb to fight and win Th...
ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
ODDFELLOV/SHIP The usual meeting ol the Lo\il feil \ar Citj r^dso.-M OIOOl , wa held 111 tho lodge room, 'Jut' JLlnll, I ibl night, the ehan being ottupitd In N 0 Bro AVestcott The Lodgi 100m Vwis di ipvtl in lilnek, out'of iospoct- foi their lit' member, Bio T .1 Kitehen, whose th ith or euired recently P G Bio J lUnell icivoitcd th,il tlio niiangcmcuts in connection with tlio holding of tho annual coni'jnu d pic nic on New Yeai's Dav were j)iogiess mg salisfActonh It was decided to tr\ and chaitei two tiams tins jeni foi the excursion, instead of ono is prc Mously, tho reason being that ono tin 11 was thought to be liibiilhcicnt Bro Nnjloi, of lho Lo\nl Hmv Cox Lodge, was piescnt, and exteiultd an invitation to the Loyal &il\ei Citx Lodge to attend then meeting mxt Month} *' night it tlio. Trades Hall, when Bro. Swamson. will upenk on ' Why tho Manchester Unity 19 111 tho win of pioRit'ss ' After tho general business of the' mooting had been transacted in ad jburnment was ...
BARRIER LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN. GRANTS ITS PATRONAGE TO THE VICEROY TEA CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
BARRIER LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN. GRANTS ITS PATRONAGE TO THE VICEROY TEA CARNIVAL. A laigeh attended uiieting ol the Barrier branch of the League of New South AA lies A\ heclmcn w us held at Had lock's A\cntwoith Hotel last night Mi 'I & 'Jhoinis presiding Lhe sctrctaiv (All II Valentino) react a latter ? ironi iMossrs. iVHKinson and Co. nsking tho patronage of tlu League to the \ ieeio\ Tea C mm il tn be hold on tlio- Western Oval on ' AVod- nosdij ind iSituidT\, 21st ind 2oth 111st , when balloon ascents will tike place It was intended to Ime two bic\cle 1 ices on the piogrimmc It was suggested thit two nces bo hold foi which lust p-i/es ot £4 each, and a pin of t'jrcs ioi second pmes would bo gncn in oicii c\ont It wis nnnnimoush lesohed that tho lciguo ^lrnt its pitionago to tho Cn m\il, on Iho motion of Mi McKinle\, seconded by Ah Knight 'Iho 'secictuj Tho lcisuo does not Ki uit its pilionagp- to any lace whoio tlio pi i/c-inoiM ^ does not amount to £0 'Jho -Cl his.1 pii7cs ...
MUNICIPAL APPEAL COURT. A GOOD MANY ASSESSMENTS FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
MUNICIPAL APPEAL COURT. A GOOD MANY ASSESSMENTS FIXED. \ good nuiubei of asscsbinents were fixed 111 the Municipal Appeal Couit with satisfaction \csIph1h},, Mr 'J Mehensev pitsiding The Mnjor (Aid .1 II he^) the Town Clerk (At A £ Aichbald), and the A'alueis (Me srs Sheilotk and Jntk son ) were a lso presents -Mr Justin McCnitlij appealed to ic piesent the Cid Council 'Hie heaiing of the east cited in tin Supreme Court nyiinst the Cit^ CouiiciVk method of valuing land held under min ers' no'ht and business license was ni gued on Octobei 2dth la«t The presiding uagi«tintp hid at the Municipal Appeal Couit decided not tn heirTinj appeals on land so held pending the decision of tlu Supremo Court on. the points raised, -1011C of the appi Hants weic picsent j esterda\ — / King V\md — Elizabeth Polkinghornc C'30 , J A^ Polkmghorne i.11 , AV A Dunbtone, X110 , R J Bennetts £11 Bndgct Bui kt £()(- I O I oughlm £-H- , Lli/ibclh Jint lonkin, L24 Louis Trtnbeith, C50 ~ii abeth AVhet teis CIj ...
NEWS AND NOTES. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
[?] The Weather. I In c inpi I iluu MHtenlin \ut niosl opmc--ui\i tliouifli tin gliib.s onh ion to b-y (li^nii Liu inmimum foi tin pu viovH i m urn,; wai ll-t il(,gc(LS Lhe olliual liiMcnii foi Atn Soulh M»k-- Miteuhn was — Clomh inn lousUil distiiclt), with east noitli last Inland wnmici, snltn, and Diosth fun, miUi a lcii(lciic\ to become lliundt-M 111 pin Is' Ihu South Aim tmlia toiciast — Jlosth line, with 10 winds, but waim, iloiuh and ?iiltrj u\\iu fiom tht coast with limn derwoiidilioiiu o\ili puts of noith and inlxnil ilifcti ids ' tlr Tom Mann and Mr Beeby Jn a ttlcgiBin fiom 'sulne}, on Tuei da^v, Mi Bieb^, Mil, vas ltportcd to liiwe said that Mi lorn Mann had no right to speak m the nnmc 01 on be half of tin1 Bui mci nunoi4 Yestuda-i the follow ing tclegiani was sent to Ml Beebv, at Pailiammt llouse Mdnoj — 'lttported Hiiiici pi ess ion slate Tom Mann not lepiesentmg 01 ^olclllg opin ions of Biokui Tlill mint is 1. in asmut -ou \oui Hinmi'iL i-s altogLlhci wiong lorn Afan...
BROKEN HILL KENNEL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
BROKEN HILL KENNEL CLUB. A meeting of the' committee of man agement -'of the Broken JTill Kennel Club was held last night. ' ' - ? The Preiident, -MrJ/Nrixtoh, presided over the following members of the com mittee :— Mcsais. Francis, Keeks, Tonkin'. Edwards, and Naylor. - ' -, The -principab'business of- the meeting was relative to calling, for entries for the Show, which' is'to be' held on Novem ber 18th, at, Gregory's Auction . Mart. - The Show promises to be a success, and , competition 'should bo keen. Liberal prizes are offered for each of', the three ??lasses ,to be' judged, viz., Collies, Cocker Spaniels, and Field Spaniels.
BOXING. HOCK KEYS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
- BOXING. ? - ' HOCK KEYS COMING. 'Barrier Daily Truth' hns' received the following' wire from Melbourne : — '? I have signed articles to-day to 'box Lyn Truscott on 23rd instant, in Broken Hill, and will be leaving Melbourne at the end of the week,— nock Keys.' TRUSCOTT GETS READY. Lyn Truscott i3 daily training hard at the Theatre Royal. Yesterday nfter noonlie gave an interesting exhibition of physical culture exercises, consisting of skipping, deep breathing, dumb-bells, thadow-Bparring, and those difficult ex crises prescribed for the abdominal muBcles by Sandow. Ho also sparred alternate rounds with Dick Davis, his trainer, and Jim Iliscutt. Their 'bellows' appeared to suffer more than did bii. There was a good' attendance of inter ested onlookers. Truscott already looks in fine fix. He measures about 2 inches bigger round the chest, and 1 inch bigger round the thigh than he did aDout three years ago, and is as hard as nails, his spell of hard work at Hooper's Foundry having p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
AMUSEMENTS. CRYSTAL THE.ATRE. DIRECTION SAYERS * CKEMER . _- '_. '.- .JUST A REMINDER. THE ARABS OPEN TO-MORROW NIGHT. -) AND THE PLAN AT VIVIANS' IS FILLING. PRICES: 3/, 2/, 1/. .Hooking Cd. Extra. ARTHUR MORLEY, Stngo Manager. ? 318. MEETINGS. ? MANCHESTER UNITY RIFLE CLUB. A MEETING oi the nbnto Club will' bo held tit Mitchell's Hotel TO DAY (Friday), at 7.30 sharp. BUSINESS . Cnptain's ltosignntion, and General. VI . K , FttOST, Secretary. z318 ' WELSH DESCENDANTS. A MEETING « ill bo held at Trades Hall on FRIDAY, Noi ember 13, at B p in. All Welsh people aie ooi diallv invited to attend. ' BUSINESS IMPORTANT. J P. S. PROBERT, Hon. Sec, Pio. Tein. ? 318/, SPORTING^ ? LEACUE OF WHEELMEN. A GENERAL MEETING « ill bo hold ?£*- .at the AVontworth Hotol at 3 p.m. on MONDAY, iGth inst. to ro ceive resignations of officials and for nomination and election of officials, nud oth«r _enernl businoes. HY. VALENTINE. KENNEL CLUB SHOW. ENTRIES closo on TUESDAY, No vember 17, with tho Secretary...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
- - RPFLE 8H00TINC. On Wednesday the meinbeis of the A.N.A.' Rifle Club shot -at the District Rsngo,' for the Valentine trophy'. ' The ranges , fired over were -200; 300, 500, and 600 yards. Gcmmcll -was highest scorer, having attained 'a total, of 87. The lol iowing are the individual scores :— ' 200 300 300 BOO T'l M. Gommell ..?.. 22 i2L 28 20 87 G. Eustii '. .' ? '20 15 24 18 83 E. Grimm .'..... 15 10 28 23 82 T. Iverson . T. .?.'...'., 1. 23 24- ' 27 0 , V* W. R. Edward*,... .21 15 25 22 lo H.' Valentine .'./.'..' 21 19-12 .19 71 J. W. Burrows ..'..- 14 -ID, 20 10 60 If. Wallace '/..'...' 23' 24 -- 15 2 (10 lJ. G. Dix '-.,.-.-?.,-.). C-19' -18,-'- 20 .10 65 W. J. Ed wards' -..'.:' 18 ? 14-' 13.15 61 E. H. Smith '....?.. A ,23, -IB . 11. « 59 E. Geyer ...-:...,.'; IB ' ( 111 8 51 A.' -H. Bills '. . ''.'.. : 1 24-; '20 .'* '- * ' 50 tl. M.-neilly r. !'. !.'?'- 15 12 -15 3 47 0. Ebert'.:.-r.-.-.-l'.'.-.5i.26 --14 , ,* ' *0 J. II. ,Heilly ? '' 2ltc15 '- *. *' 36' ^*'Did not shoot, ...
DO YOU FAST ON FRIDAYS? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
DO YOU FAST ON FRIDAYS? 'What a question?' will be the comment of nine out of ten. 'Of 'course we - don't! Why should we?' ? ? Well, there are a hundred good reasons why you should'; but — as in the case of Queen Anne and the sexton, who provided ^sixteen excellent excuses for his failure to ring the church bells on her Majesty's appearance, and then a seventeenth — there were no bells to ring— one will bo enough : it is necessary that you fast, if you ?are to be healthy. In normal -times we arc always feasting. We cut too much. In nocently, oi' course. — this is not an accusation of gluttony. AVe simply eat by rote and rule, whet her we are hungry or not; and on an average we consume just twice as much as our bodies need. At a certain hour we have the morn ing meal; let the appetite be as shy as may be. Custom insists that as soon as we arise from rest the constitution needs support. Sp we ' ' lay a good foundation ' ' of porridge, then toast and fried fish, or a bit of steak; at n...
THE FINE IMPOSED ON WOOF [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THE FINE IMPOSED ON W60F Tho raco officials of tho League of Whoolmon havo considered an appli cation from B. C. Woof for a re duction of tlio sentence imposed on him on lsE Octobor, and altered same to road:— 'Tlio disqualification of It. Woof was altered under 141, page 37, to a maximum fino of £4 7/G, and six nooks' disqualification from October 1st, 1908.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
MR. and MRS. A. SOLOMONS sin corely THANK their many friends for. their, kind sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. ? . z318 Barrier Daily Truth. (Official Organ of tho Barrier Labor Federation.) Maintained in the interests of '. the' organised workers PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. s ? PRICE, ONE PENNY. Subscription 13/ per halt-jeai, post fieu to any paib of tho Commonwealth. All .Communications to be ' address ed to tho Managing-Editor (Will A Jones) ^. ADVERTISING CONTRACTS.— All Alteiations must bo in by 10 a m each nioiniiig 4 A DVERTISEMENTS'— Casual' Atl \ ertisemonts will bo taken e\cry day up to midnight TELEPHONE 231 Notice to Contiibutois — \\o irtito contiibutions, whether fatonulo oi otherwise to tho policy of this panel Bo bnef, for oui spuco is valuable Unless otherwise- arranged, all contri butions will bo doomed gratuitous. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Advortlsor3 aro notified that tho office of 'Barrier Dally Truth' is kept open until midnight, except ing Saturday, for th...
DRAUGHTS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
DRAUGHTS MATCH. At ,the Town Hall on Wednesday night the first of a series of tournaments was begun. Tho teams were picked from the members af' tlie Broken Hill Draught As sociation who were present, and cap tained' by Messrs. ,1. Kinnanc and G. Kemp. Tho tournament resulted in a win for Kemp's team', wlio secured 1G£ points to their opponents' loj. Somo very iutciosting games were, put up. Kiiuiano'n Toam.i Kemp's Team. Pts. - Pts. Kinnano .... 1J G. Kemp ? 2i O'Dea ? 3 J. 'A. M. Sbolley 1 Fiona ? 2i T. Gibson- . a . li Ban'nigan '.''..' li — ^..; Wilson '. . 2J Stevens ..... 2i Williama ? 1J Smith ? 14 Downie ? 2J Harris . . . .-?.-. ~ lj Rossitor ..... 2J Roberts .:.. .11 Hamilton ? 2J Total ? .~lij Total ...... *16^ 1 Tho noxt tournament .will bo held on Wednesday, November 25. ,
INTERSTATE CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA WINS WITH TWO WICKETS IN HAND. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
INTERSTATE CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA WINS WITH TWO ' WICKETS IN HAND. ['Truth1!'' Special Service.] 'I',/ ADELAIDE, Thursday XidiL -Tlie.Sheflield Shieldjniitcli, South Aus tralia, versus Victoria) -'was concluded on tire Adelaide Oval this' afternoon in fine weather, 'and \resiiltcd,. after ,au exciting finish, in a,win'}'6r;Ui-rhomo team. ? The' honors toC'ihe innings' went to -Mayno,;who carried' out. his/bat^ for 77. The display 011 tho'pnr,t of the other play ers, to say the least, -was indifferent in the extreme. ? ?. ,t 'ihe coriiplele scores Vpre:'— ^ VIOTOKIA-.— Vint Innings. Wnriie, e/C. Clem, b. O'Connor .:.. 17 McKenzie, b. O'Connor-..' ? 21 Bansford, c. and .b. O'Connor ....'.. - 2 McAlistcr, b. L.-Il.»HilI-'r .'...' ? 4 Armstrong, c. Woodfoul.tb.- O'Connor 13 Carroll, b. O'Connor :.'.':. .?.-.4.V.' ? SO Lavor, b. L. E.'%niir-..:~..V ? ?.' 5 Vornon, c. Uehrs,'b; O'Connor ? 57 Hastings, I.b.w.,1 b^ L. -R.'lnlI .-..'... 1 Baundem, not out .-.. .'.~. .'.'..' ? 3 Colline, 'c...
BROKEN HILL RACECOURSE. £5,000 SPENT IN FIVE YEARS— MORE TO FOLLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
BROKEN HILL RACECOURSE. £5,000 SPENT IN FIVE YEARS MORE TO FOLLOW. Notwithstanding the expenditure ol £5,000 which has taken placo during the past lour yeais on improvements, which included the erection of a rail rtinninn around tho entire course, building -)i nerhv stand, -cularireinonb of saddlinir paddock, and tv handsohio scr.itchini; board ? (costing £80), 'still greater im provements are contemplated vlhin 'the nonr fiituic. The couch grasB lnnn is coining along splendid]}'. Kabbitn are. prevented from doing any harm to the lawns by a good protection of iviro netting.. ;l'lans for r.ew oflicos are being. * re pared, tho lop olj which will be utilised us a' meinbeis' stand. The iutroduetiou of up-to-iliilo turnstilcb is unothci iin pnrtunt 1 innovation contemplated. These will be fitted with patent indica tors, which will register' tlie number of persons who pass through. On the outer- fringo ot tho racing track it h intended to plant ornamental trees slnubs.' 'Tho Broken Hill ...
SIX MISSING MEN. UNAVAILING SEARCH AT THE BARRENJOEY BEACH. SYDNEY, Thursday Night [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
SIX. MISSING MEN. ? .*. ... ?? . ? - ** -? UNAVAILING SEARCH AT THL : .: BARRENJOEY BEACH. ?v ''['Truth's '?:? Special Strvice.] ';?,-' : h \ '?SYDNEY, Thursday Nig.... The,. police have, been! searching : the beach in the: vicinity.,-., of 1 BaiTcnjoey all day to-day, ;f or,. llio ^bodies' at tlie ; six men' belonging 'to ?; the 'SailiiigVborit. f'.: I U which left Sydney last: Saturday, ? bv.fr reported that there are still no iidi;n.s of the missing inch.' : / .
BURYING A COW. STATEMENT MADE IN THE S.A. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
BURYING A COW. STATEMENT MADE IN THE S.A. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. Tho statement was made by, Mr. Lucas, in the Legislative Council to-day, in u speech delivered uy him on the .second reading of the Abattoirs Bill, that he had been told that a cow sufi'eiing fiom anthrax, and' which had died at the Sewage Farm, ,had been buried in a manuie heap there. The Chief Secretary had obtained a re port on the subject,- which lie read to the Council. This showed that there was no truth in tho statement, as the body of the animal mentioned had been burned, and the remains buried in quick-lime. That' precaution was s taken, although there, was no absolute ccitainty D1.1t tlie disease was antniax fiom which the cow had died.