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QUEENSLAND SUGAR EXPORTS. BRISBANE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

V QUEENSLAND SUGAR EXPORTS. '', [?' Truth's) ' Special Service.] ^|, ' nillSIUXE, Fiiday Xig'it. -TThc quantity of sugar expoitcd fiom (Jucensliind for tin' month of October w.'.s ~C.-1 19 ton«, of v.hich Townsville e.\j)ort.'d H.iUti.ions ; M.ickaj:, 8,7o6 tons ; dim's, 4870 ton-,. Diingenc',^ 3,30.'i (ons ; :uid L'airns, 3,OS1 ton-.. The total e\pouci! this se.i=on to daii» is 9-t,Ulo tons.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UMBERUMBERKA WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Arthur Griffith Interviews The Minister for Works. THE COUNCIL'S LETTER. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

UMBERUMBffiKA WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Arthur Griffith Interviews The Minister For Worfos. THE COUNCIL'S LETTER. [i; Truth'* ' Special S«rice.] SYDXEY. i'lidav Xight. ^ Mr; Aithnr Oiiffitb-(M.L.A. for Stuit), jh'ad a lengthy inteniew with the Minis jfi-r for \Voiks to-day,' on the subject of the Umbeiumbcika Water Seheme, with legaid to his /icnuest 'that the pioposals ii om the Broken -Hill Municipal Council dm- to reach tho Department 'during tho preheat week, hliould be dealt whh i* m. matter of urgency, so thut there would be- time during the present session to submit a proposal to the Public Works Committee for invebtigation during the forthcoming reee63. The Minister at lir.it oxpresned the opinion that there were tdaay otiier utgev.1 proposals before liii' DepRitmem. and he did not think it. pos sible that the matter could be dealt with ill time for submission to Parliament dur ing tlie lcmaining four or fi\o wecUa of the session. ?: After considerable uiRGimion, howorer, *ie promis...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMONWEALTH OFFICES. £198,000 Paid For A Site Opposite Trafalgar Square. A CORNER BLOCK. LONDON, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

COMMONWEALTH OFFICES. £198,000 Paid for A Site Opposite Trafalgar Square. A CORNER BLOCK. (Roller's Service.) '' 1.0XD0X, Fiiday Night. Mr. Joseph Lyons, head of t!ie firm of caterotrt, had ucepted the ofi'er made by .Sir Wm. Lyne for the block of piope'ity ut the'Whitehnll ' oorner of Charing CroBB, facing the lions of Tm?a'};.ir Sijuaic, mid, subject to the ratification of the price, this bite will-be use. for the puipOBe of Commonwealth oilicee. Tflio''lV- Ffnhltnl,' . 'AiMltifli'iK. 4.1. _ x ? eicB of roonio in the building now i-icctcd on'the nite, has been acquired for th'csum of 'ilUR.OOO, 10 per cent, of which is to be p*id in cash', oiF the.co'riipletion of the puichaio. The tenaneics. tliougi no^. covered by the 'purchase money, iro suf ficiently rcmunci afire to pay a haudso;nc rate of interest on_ tho capita! outlay. They -trill have' fo be extinguished' before the vrholcof thp building can bo ulilNcd oy,thp ConimoiiwcRlth. but (h,-- nuioritj of them wi)l pipire in a few...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAMPIONSHIP BILLIARD MATCH. LINDRUM MAKES A BREAK OF 2[?]2. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

CHAMPIONSHIP BILLIARD MATCH. .-^ UNDRU1Y! MAKES A BREAK OF *; 2S2. ij t L,' Truth's' Special Seivice.] ' li ' ' ' ' SYDNEY, Friday Night. ITIip billiard nurteli (14,000 points) for Lhc iChampionbhip of Australia, between rijjdrum and Clhas. Memmolt, is-nearly feSfliul.'u.', ThuT'Scorcn now ''stand — Lin- lnmi, J:)3jS',- Iilrmmott, 8,2J-i. Liudrum made the highest break of the match with 232. Tlu- game wall be 'concluded to-morrow flight.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ROCKCHOPPERS' STRIKE. Many of the Men Declare they Won't Return to Work. QUESTION IN PARLIAMENT. SYDNEY, Friday Night [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

II ROCKCHOPPBIS' STRIKE. ! Many of the Men Declare they Won't j Return to Work. QUESTION IN PARLIAMENT. [?? Ti nlli'i '' Special Serrieo.] . t SYDX1SY. Kridiy Xiffhl,. ,']' ' Jn the Industrial ^Couit to-rlny, ,lif;\-j inulter'of the' prosecution, of a nunibwjl o'£ ioeki-li.;pppis war! Hgain' mentioned.'- ^ 'On'lliu applia:ii-)n 'by 'tli« counter. fn-)j the ltoekehopneis' Union, the mntteV rai illowed to stand over for a week. After t'le tabes had been postponed.' a' number of the- Itockehoppern opehly de clared that thr-v would not ao to woik next 3Jondiiy,v.und said that the Union had boeii'gold. - -. Unless the prosecutions nre withdrawn, theic docs not .seem much likelihood of the Rockchoppcrs going back to work. -In the Assembly to-day, Mr.-McGowen asked Oil1. Wade,' in view of the itnto ment made in the pi ess that morning, whether the prosecutions'' against the Roekehoppers would bo withdrawn. The Pirniiri leplied that he had had them pootponrd, but woul(kut-e his discre tion ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLYMPIC COMPETITIONS LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

, OLYMPIC COf|fpETITIONS. ' (Keuter's Service.; ' -? 'l;1''-' 'LONDON, Thursday! ' Mr. - Laffan, ' in Lord Dcsborough's 'r.bsencp, presented to-day tlio mcdils to tho Biiccossful competitors at the Olympic 'fames.' TJio Olympic Team Sculline; Handicap'has been fixed for tho latter 'part of July at Putney Jor MQrllakr. Colonial vn-rics close on Ma'y'l.; -

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN FAINTS IN COURT. JUDGE BACKHOUSE PASSES SOME REMARKS. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

? WOMAN FAINTS IN COURT. JUDGE BACKHOUSE PASSES SOME REMARKS. I' Ti uth's ' Special Sen ice.] Si.DXFAr, Friday Xighi. At the Geneiat Sessions to 'day Herbert Seif, Dominiek lliulow, und Hemy Davis worn found. guilty of stealing. ' Each' was sentenced to i)\a yeais' im prisonment. ' ?? -After the Judge had parsed sentence a- woman ' rushed', towards -he .dock, kprpjiniinn. lniullv. fttic 'ciui-rht hold'of ono 'of 'the prisoner's arms, and -'fainted.1 A couple ot 'constables canied her out of. the Coin I. ' , , '. Judge ^Backhouse, who presided, 'said he could'not understand why people who could not conliol themselves- came into Court when sentences weie being im pobed. Such a thing did not interfere with the Judge's decibions, arid only lnudc tlie duty more unpleasant. Arthur Williams was found guilty of laiceuj', and hcutenccd to three ycais' imprisonment.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. CRITICISING FEDERAL AND STATE LABOR MEMBERS. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. CRITICISING FEDERAL AND STATE LABOR MEMBERS. ['Truth's' Special Service.] ^ _, z - SYlJXEY,Fiidfty,Xight.-: .Al,.the Protehtant Hall to-night ^the* Socialibt Labor Party liPld^a meeting for ,ihe~pnipoae of aisimssing tlfc logic' of 'tlu» the Labor Paily. - ' ' ' * -? ?' ^ The. speakers. ^Icssrs. .). O. Moon-, ey, J.'K. 'Willcoeks, and 11. McKonzic, c'iitieised the policy of tlie LnWitcs 'in the* State and Federal Houses in the light of the' events of lecent yeaifl, and moie especially with theii view and ac tions 'in connection with the Labor trouoles of the last few months.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Griffith Returned Unopposed. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

Mr. Griffith Returned Unopposed. Mr. Arthur Hill Griffith this yesterday, it noon, elected unopposed for the Sturt electorate Mi Jibe/ Wright telegraphed the fact .ml his eongiatulations, and re ueived tiie reply :— ' Thunkd for kind neesage Please eonv»j m- high appre latiou of ien»wnl of eonfidenee repotfd in me bj the Burner — Arthur Griffith, Jxford Hotel, Sydney,'

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Ballot—Have You Voted? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

Che 'Ballot— Have You Voted ? The ballot now being taken' by the A.M.A., as-.-to whether the Union shall legister under Ibo Federal Arbitration Act, will be continued to-day and on Monthly.' Every member should record his vote one way or the other.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Carpenters' Wages. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

Carpenters' Wages. It bus been learnt, upon enquii}, tbat the rate, of wages for eaipentcifl, under the present agicotucnt existing between the Mines imd the Unions, is 11/8 pel day, and not ' fiom 9/0 to U/ti,' as had been puulislied. The carpenters hold that the !)/(i quoted ii not legarded as a tradesman's wages, but is only paid to 'I1V111/I v/i,ipm!' ?'.? ' .«? hnf. ^flio 'r'nrnpnfrfPH nrp lighting for is that only recognised tradesmen shall be employed, and that every man who lakes up the tools shall be pu'id 11/0 per day.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Practising for Next Year's Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

Practising for Next Year's' Eisteddfod. Tin- AM A Band has got back from Ballanxt1— anil is determined to go again ne\t J eai , and has alrcadj begun to prac hs.e Members t-prcad themselves prcttj far , some w ent to Oeelong, faomc to ov d noj , one or two got as far as Tasmania , aifevv found UicmsLhe-j so happilv p'aced at Wennga, just outside Ball iral, that th»y decided to st.iv the rest of their hoh day tncre, alter the j'jistcuuion was over. They all agree that Ballcrat is Paradise for bandsmen during the competitions Mr.'J. .1. Smith sends me an account of the visit, which would make anyone's mouth vvnter. It shows' that the band call sing as veil as it tan plav, and that nlien it is' entertaining itself it scores everj time

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
When the Balloons Go Up. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

When the Balloons Qp Tip. On the 21st and 25tli of this month, two balloons will float skyward Iroin the Western Oval, weighted with the nnsto critic nauios of King Edward VII and President Koosevelt — and an aeronaut with parachutes attached Messrs Beehe and O'Donnell, the piopnetors, will send thorn up on behalf of Messrs Wilknuon and Co, wholesale grocers Advertise ment is tne Key , nnu it ioiiowh, iurv up propriatelj, a 'price of admission to the Oval is to he — an empty tea packet, — Viccroj brand Inside the Oval, vhile the balloon is being filled with hot- air, the programme will include a £10 Shef field Handicap, under the auspices of the Barrier Ranges Athletic League, goat laco, tug of war, and probablj two good wheel races.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Where Were Wade's Fifty? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

Where Were Wade's Fifty ' Even Afghan camel dincis Know how to strike when thej aro being impoted uppn It is rumored that a Barrier firm, thinUing to gets Us loading and delner ing done more sniarth lnoLc the recog nised nile, which it had preuouslj ob'ier ved with legard, to its camel teams J.:nai/ Tine wns... urBtruuiau,. iiitb...acA.vcii The firm letailed goods to Tairawingpe, nnJ had a speciallj favoitd camel driver waiting to pet away smarUj with the goods But the lattei's wary confreres heard a whuper Thcj tiavelled post liRste to the spot, where thej found the 'scab' duver already loaded up ' Un 'oad, or we'll fill vou with lead, was the order, emphasised' with the hungry-look ing muzzles of revolvers He unloaded Then the parly raced for the Hill, got then teuns and went back and picked up the loading at Tairawiugee All is now sciene Wade's Fifty were not re quired

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Our Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

To Our Correspondents: Letters which aro senL to us aftei thej have appeared elsewhere, .11 c more likely to 1-encli the waste papei basket th**^ these columns. 'Puzzled' is the only' sinner so far.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Broken Hill in 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

Broken H.ll in i8g2. November 14. — Block 10 earned a prolit of £205,015, out of which £125,000 was distributed during the half-year in divi ilenilM. Recent c'oiTCsnondcnee with Svd -ey shows that Mr.:])iekons and Mr. Cann an1 busy uigingllie Cobar to Broken Hill railway, approved by, the late Parkes, *ii'l preceding administrations. — O'Haia. tvlio escaped from the recently-opened gaul^on Friday nftcmonii, left his ])rison ;Iothok in the Central Rosen e — Mi Jos iah Thonms ha« been ap]-oinled to t«Ue .he plsci: of 1{. iSlcnlh 011 the Lend Poison ing Comnii--siuii.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From An Old Editor of "Truth." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

From An Old Editor of ' Truth.' Tho Labor movement without a (.Rily newspaper to instrnet, to guide, and to champion it, is like a warrior— one-eyed, 0110-a.vmed, one-legged. It limy, have the will, it lins neither the discernment, nor Uiu force, nor the sure-footeducss needed for success. Long life to ' Barrier Daily Truth,' and great prosperity. George 13'mI;, ' National Advocate,' Bathurst. Xiiw South Wales.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Songs We Sing at a Smoker. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

The Songs We Sing at a Smoker. Mr. Smith indicates the fun at the con certs at Ilogan's — ' Secretary Bvincs — 'I A\ lsh Mj bvv eetheai t W as Here'— ev crvone knew he meant it hj thu qmvei 111' his voice Billj Taireiough — I Want to Go Home to Mj Ma, — which broke the house up Hand mastei Teddy Sum ni'prtnn ?»?.« a. 'siii'Drise packet. vvlu-n he sang, 'If All the Tints Y\ere Mine' That was aftei he had 'Been the. female staff of the hotel. A.t this stage, Kitty Di\on, the barmaid was brought m and rau^ 'I Love the Dnmnnei Bov But Tiank AfeAuhv was looking daggeis at her Of course rr.mk is there to stav, and Kittv ought to know hettei Jack Toomej cang, '1 Want to. go Back to the Hill,' and bv th- determinul look 011 his lace, vou would think he me.int it Old Tom 1 nine took iliV- bun when he sang 'One Hundred Fathoms Deep.' He has a very powerful voieo. The chairman had to stop him, as the botile w ero ? hopping about 011 the able- 'As the function was held in the dining room, and a...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR IN SWEDEN. Every Town of Importance Has, Its Labor Daily. SOCIALIST WOMEN'S PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

LABOR IN eWEDEN. Every Town of Importance Has, Its ] Labor Daily. SOCIALIST WOMEN'S PAPERS. The Jollowiug inteiesling letter from Stockholm 'to Mr. Tom Mann is writ ten by Mr.' Charles Lindley, member of tho Swedish Parliament. Mr. Lind ley is tho foremost repiescnlative of trades unionism in Sncdcn. For ten years ho has been busily cngnged in organising all Auctions ot tho carry ing trades, mid is an active member of the International Transport Wor kers' 'Federation. When Mr. Tom Mann had an organising campaign L.iiiuiigu oL-iiiium-.tvin nine years ago, Mr; 'Lindley organised tho same, and acted as interpreter. Ho is at tho present timo tho most active of Swe den's many Socialists and trado un ionist piopagandists: — Mr. Tom Mann, Dear Comrade, — Tlio elections arc how over, and 1 am at liberty to write you a littlo lepoit on tho position in Sweden .: Times havo altered very much sinco wo had Iho pleasure of seeing .you in our country. Wo had then only ono member in Parliament belo...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR PARTY PROGRAMME. Mr. Jabez Wright Shows What Mr. Fisher Ought To Aim At. AND MR. McGOWEN'S DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908

mm um nmmm. Mr. Jabez Wright Shows What Mr. Fisher Ought To Aim At. AND MR. McGOWEN'S DUTY. Mr. Jubu/.tAVright holels strong and de Dnite! views. as to what the Labor Party ihould do now that it is-again in potter ; inel in the course e-f '.an. interview'' :with i rcpiesenlalive of the 'Barrier Daily Truth' lie outlined. the Nrogiumme which, ill his, opinion, Mr.Kishcr ought to under line. , 1. In tin: iirst j)Iace it is absolute ly necessary that tho now Government ?hemld keep' faith with the people in the matter of Did Age Pensions. There should be pensions for invalids as well as for veterans ; in one respect the custom of che Slate should be extended to the Com monwealth : tho allowance must bo ten shillings a head, and not fifteen shillings for, a married couple. 2. Steps should be taken at once to make sure that every ono in the Common wealth service should bo adequately paid. Public 'seiyunts must be propeily tructcel. and sufiieieiitly. remunerated, whether the pailicnhir De...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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