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WESTRALIAN INDUSTRIALISM Timbermen will Command Mining Industry. PERTH, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

WESTRAL9AN INDUSTRIALISM Timb'ermen will Command Mining Industry. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] VKRTII, Monday Night .Labor member Holman, who is secro Uiy of tho Timber Woikers' UiiKm, expressed tho belief to-day that tho timbei woilvoib on stnko at Day Dawn will letuin to work Negotiations will then bo opened with tho company foi unproved conditions In all probability tho goldficld wood eiitteis will join tho union In that o\cnt fcho timbei men will ha^o com mand of tho mining industry.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELIHU ROOT PROPHESIES. America will Suffer financial Disaster If Bryan is Elected. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

ELIHU ROOT PROPHESIES. America will Suffer financial Disastei Jf Bryan Is Elected. LRcutu'b Seivice] LONDON /Vlondaj &i\ty thousand business men and then employees paiaded iNew Yoik on Satin dav wealing Repubican favois and Talt buttons E^-Secietiuy of State JmiIiu Root de liveied the final speech of the Republi can cami-aign, piediotcd tho ictuiii of Mi Taft by an oieinhelmiiu; majoi lty Biyan's success, Iip dcclaied. would undoubtedly be follow ed by a pcuod of tiad« dopi^ssidh due to un certainty as to tho financial policy tho. new Government woull puisne — an un certainty -that would lead to business disastoi

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREEZING AUSTRIA. Russia, Turkey, and Bulgaria Decline to Recognise the Annexation. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

FREEZING AUSTRIA. Russia, Turkey, and Bul^arh Decline to Recognise the Annexation. [Reutei s (vnici ] LOXDUV Aloml.n M Luplchi-li and M Melleheir, Bul {r,iiiu'b bpcu il delcfratei, aie confeiimg with the CS'a.id Yi/iei or Tmkoy .it Stamboul, concerning the adjustments 111 the ielation-- of 'the ]}all .in p.niLi palitics to (lien sii/L..iin, lendcud ne tessaiy bj the .iniiLX.ilian ot Bo ni.i.ind Trer/ogo\ 111a M Liaplchell declaiul th.'t he is aimed with full powei-, to concli.de \\lute\ei .ui.insementb the two Govern 'hients may dtcidc to make r ~' Thcic aie numeious indic.ilimii that Russia has decided to lefuse to accept that Austii.in annexation ah a f.nt ac coinph

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIEF CABLES. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

BRIEF CABLES. [Reulei's Service] LONDON. Sunday, * Adminil bn Pcic} Scott's squadron of Rntish eiuiscrs at piesent at Dm ban (South Afnca) will shoitl) pioeecd to South Amciica. Tho lopicbentatnes of teh cotton opciativcs luue decided to task for a. joint meeting with tho cmploycis to eon sulei the lockout. Fifty bailoia belonging lo the Fiencii battleship Biicnius luue been tomejed lo the hospital at Toulon sullcrmg fiom poisoning. An analysis of then lations has been oi del cd

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DEPUTY LABOR LEADER. "Premier's Sneaking Methods" Denounced In Round Terms. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

THE DEPUTY LAEOR LEADER. 'Premier's Sneaking Methods' Denounced In Round Terms. ? r'Bamei Daily Tiulh' fecnite 1 SYDNBY, Monday NikIiI Mi W A Jlolman, Depnty-Lendei of the Opposition, 111 an mtciMcu this even ing , cluuacteiised as .1 bcaudal the wa- the Govoinment was foicmg thiough Paihament the Contagious Diseases Bill i'ho Pi emu 1, he said, hi ought down ujplic and unintelligible Bills, and o\^ peered to fret them passed into law \\ ith out anj adequate discussion It was impossible to make head or tail~of the Police Ollcnccs Bill pioposals He denounced 111 lound lei 111s the Pie mici's sneaking methods of getting bib pioposals Unough by keeping them back until the last moinenl

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HINTS FOR AUSTRALIAN BRASS BANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

HINTS FOR AUSTRALIAN BRASS BANDS. ? Mr. Short, in an interview, said. that ono thing that came very much un der his notice was tho necessity for baridsmon to lenrn that volume of sound did not mean a blaring ? noise. Every player should remomber that in order to produco tho lost results the wliolo of tlio band must give an equal performance, aJid this could not bo secured if two or tliroo instruments stood out from tho others as though tho men woro endeavoring to eclipso everybody else 111 tho band. Ono good fiddlo did not mako an orchestra ; neith er did ono good cornetist or' other in strumentalist make a good baiid. Trom bones and cornets particularly needed to romombor this fact. In regard to tho departments in which Australian bandsmen might im provo thmsolvcs, Mr. Short address od himself to two points in particu lar — persistent practice and tko noad of Rood tutoring. Ho himsolf went in for a certain amount of practice daily, as it holped to kc.p tho lips fhin. A good sound f...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SCOTTISH FISHERMEN. Prohibition asked for and Port Adelaide Fishermen. ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

f SCOTTISH FISHERMEN. Prohibition asked for by 6!enelg and Port Adelaide fishermen. ''[?'Barrier Dailj^, Truth' Sen ice] ADLL UOL', Mond.u Ni»K A large dcputution of hslieimei fiom Olcnolg and I'oi I, Adelaide W/-utul upon the Premier (Mi 1 om I'lieo) to da}. The deputation naked tliat tin1 juopoied trawling liy the Scottish rishi i hwi w ho intend 'shorth to settle ill the. i-jlalj would l't- prohibited in Sptncci nnd CJ Vinwllt's Cilllf. Ljt was represented that unlcb3 liawl (siiing in gulfs Ul ustneted, the fopdinj aI1(l breeding giounds of llio best fish ? noiiM l'e destuned Local Itaieimm, it was said, 'welcomed then Sooths i brethren, but llicn dcsne was to putect tlu- bust interests of the fishing i.idiisli.\ The I'remicl assuicd the deputation iliat before iinilily was 1 cached in the natter of trawling seiuching snqnui^s would lie made 'They had mi ovp'il (P.r. Knmsay Smith) in the Stale who jad been on tliu Roiud of In\ esligation ,jn Scotland, and if neccssiiij thej would...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

S. A. Brewing Co., LIMITED. nnEWERS and WINE- and SPIRIT | DK MERCHANTS. | ])ra,|.rlit. and Bottled Aio mid Stout., ffinos and .Spirits.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMA BURNING BORE. Report made by the Acting-Government Geologist. BRISBANE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

''' ROMA BURNING BORE. ''* Report maie by the Acting-Government ??? Geologist. ['Barrier D.uly Tiuth' fbemec ] BRISBANE, Monday Xijjit. The Under-Seciet.uy foi Minos to day received a tclegiiim fiom Mi Cam eron, Assistant Government Geologist, who was sent to Roma to inspect the burning bore, staling that he is 01 opin ion that the repo-t of the ocuincnce of oil 111 the Roma bore was made on in sufficient evidence. J He adds that the /lame is pi.ictic.illy Eraokeless, and i» evidently due to gas only.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELEVATING A CITY. Brisbane Alderman Wants to Celebrate Constitution Jubilee. BRISBANE, Monday, Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

ELEVATJNG A CITY. Brisbane Alderman Wonts to Celebrate Constitution Jubilee. .['Barrier Diul\ Tmlli' Seiwecl BRI&BVNL\ Holiday Night -At the usual meeting of the City Coun cilpheld this ufteinoou, Aldcunau Flem ing moved that .v» petition be made to the Ciovernor-iii Council foi .1 lojal ehail ir to elevate the cit- of Biibb.ine on the occasion of the. celebration of the jubi lee of. (lie constitution of Queensland, and to celebrate the jubilee of the muni cipality of Brisbane The speaker consuleied th.it the light 0/ being able to gi.mt the fieedom of the city would be a gieat advertisement to Queensland. Drislianc, he said, shoulil.not wait for some other eil- to take the initiative, ond the nuccss.ii} stepj should be i.ikeh at once. He .thought tint some 111010 impio\ed franchise scheme might be adopted also Alderman Dow 11 ?- lid that .1 petition should be sent to the King and not to the Govcrnor-iii-Couiiuil. ' .' ? ?'./.' Alderman Fleming .imcndul his mo ton, iind move...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
B Grade Own Choice Selection. Possible Points, 135. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

B Grade Own Choice Selection. Possible Points, 135. No. 2 (Broken Hill Minors), 'II Tro vatoro.' — Allegro: Nico attack; vory distinct bit of playing. Allegro: ac companimorits nicely kept undor to trombono solo, which is being played with good tono and Btylo; trombono a littto unoortain in places. Mono mos so: Trombone again nofc quito true: duot oadonza vory neat. Vivace well attacked. Andantino: Everyone at tending to marks of expression very nioqly ; tho movement aught bo taken a littlo quickor ; cornot eolo through out movement rendered vory niooly; I find fault with tho tempo; wholo band sounding well. Allegro: This movement played woll right through; ouplionium does well with, cadoiiza. Largo : Euplijoiiium solo nicely played ? good tono; tho wholo band had good training; tho middle section aro vory c;ood ; euphonium eadonza slightly bro ken. Allegro moderator Well sustain ed; plenty of good solid tono. An danto: Very tunoful indeed. Andan to: Horn playing with nice tone; sec...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
B GRADE TEST SELECTION. Possible Points, 135. "Scotland for Ever." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

B GRADE TEST SELECTION. Possible Points, 135. 'Scotland for Ever.' No.' 2 (Brokon Hill Miners').— Maes- toso: Good opening. Moderate: Cor not rather quiet; band all too loud; well phraBod by the cornet. Allegro: Nice start; you get a bit rough. Allo moderate: Trombone too choppy, and all ono thickness. Tempo di maroia: Poor start by horn. Andanto: Not quite tuneful ; good attack. Andanto, 'Mary': Euphonium wants to improve stylo; accompaniments too heavy. Piu animate: Pay moro attontiou to the pianos. Allegro con spirito: Well at tacked movement. Rom cadenza: Nice ly playod; ulso tho noxfc movomoat; accompaniments right thing horo. Grandioso: Itathor unovon. Allegret to quasi andanto: Well playod. Mar zialo: Well attaokod. Presto: Rather rough. Not as polished a porform aneo gonorally as No. 1. Points: stylo, 10; quality, Imprecision, 10; solo oor net, 8; euphonium, '5; tromboiio, 4; soprano, 4 ; baritone, 4 ; horns, 6. To tal, 65.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETING OF DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

MEETING OF DRUIDS. ' .The fortnightly general mooting of the Silver Star Lodge, U.A.O.D., No.-14li, was held at Tait's Masonic Hotel last night. There was a large attendance of members, Aich Druid 'Schonf elder pre siding. Two 'friends were initiated, and four wore nronoscd for next mcetini'. The balance-sheet of the dance social was read and adopted. Correspondence was leceived from tho Royal Aich Chapter, stating that the Judges of the eompi'ti tion for Urn Diuid Lodges on i,We Har rier would attend at the next meeting for the purpose of judging thu ljivlgo. ?Three. 'months' ! leave Of abs«u«s was granted- to Arch -Druid Schonfeidiir; who intends to leave tho Burlier shortly. Members generally spoke in eulogy of Bro. Schohfeldcr's work during lib term of office, dnd.-wished him huoc1'-.-,. Past Aii'li, W. Lnwicncc, wo'- appoint ed Arch Diuid, pro. tem. Bro. V. C. Wil liams was elected as Inside (juanlinn. Receipts-for the evening lotiileu 1'S!!.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND POLITICS. MR. KIDSTON REPLIES TO EX-MINISTERS AIREY AND KERR. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

' QUEENSLAND POLITICS. MR. KIDSTONREPLIES TO EXMINIS ?TERS AIREY AND KERR. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Serwtel BRISBANE, Sunday The rieraier (Mr Kidston) speaking to night concerning All Airej's leraaiks made last night at South Brisbane with lefeic'iiu1 to the Constitutional question, ?-aul i nnt he had not the remotest in tentio'i when going to London, to raise tlio question, of (jovernor Chelmsford's ac tion Th. t would ha\e been a back dooi method ot pioeedure which he had ii'te'i Imd the lemotesl intention of ad opting An} thing of that nature to be done should have been dono. in Parlia ment in Queensland, and no peison that he kiniw of had any idea that ho (the Pinnici) should attempt m that way to nifliiente tlio Colonial Ofliee It woulS luue been nu mogular and unpiopci th ng foi him lo do lie thought the muttci was stttled hefoic he left QiieuisLutd Tin1 only persons qualified to nit in that mattei weio members of the '.Parliament of Queensland. When no action was taken in Parli...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Casualties in the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

Casualties in the Hospital. Charles Blakely, the victim of the sup posed stabbing ease at Railway Town, oarly on Sunday morning last, is still in tho hospital, although hu is well on the high road to recovery. Blakoly stiflcrcd seiiously from loss ol blood after the af fair had happened, and- consequently be came very weak. Ho is, now, however, regaining his strength, and should all go well, will leave the Hospital this week. A. llolman, who attempted suicide at Thome's dairy, Nine Mile Creek, is doing splendidly, although still very weal;. He is of-a vciy quiet and morose disposition, and does not appear too willing to reveal any facts about himself. Should no complications aiisc he, also, will not be long in the Hospital. v.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED LETTER STEALING. BRISBANE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

ALLEGED LETTER STEALING. [ Jjiunei Daily Tiutli' feeiwce] ' BlUSHANU.JUondav Niarht A lctlci soi lei, named Samuel Wilton Lewis, aged '12, was today thaiged at the City Police Com I with having stolen two letters conlaiuing money in the comse of lutiisjiiission by G'oi ei miien t, lie was lcmandcd till Thiudaj, bail be ing refused

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Broken Hill Eight Hours' Art Union. The Distribution of Prizes. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

Broken fi! Eight Hours' Art Union. The Distribution of Prizes. Tho Trades Hall officials woro kept voiy busy yostorday morning in distri buting tiio prizos won at tho recent art-union. Up to about midday only, a compara tively small number of- tho prismwin ners woro known to tho committee. Tho.lirst prisso tickot (-1255) a, beautiful liealo piano, valued ab £75), was solu by Mr. Julius Atkins, hmidrcsscr, oi Oxido btieot. ,±jio second pmo tickot, 10,424, sold by Airs. Matthews, ot {south Broken Hill, was hold by Mrs. 11. Smith, of 31 'Bromido Street. The third prize ticket ^lU,3i-a;, was sold by Miss May Ilogan, oi Thackaringa. ; tlio lourth (10,874; bj air. Cain, or tho Eight Houis Oommiv teo and tlio fifth (10,(320) by Mr. Bar Mug, of 'Barrier Daily Truth' offico. Tlio sixth was sold by Mr. Lcutner, oi Aigent Street, and tho seventh (14,907; by Miss Matthews, tho seller of tin. 9th second prize, and tlio eighth wot disposed of by Mossrs. Ciias. Day ana Co., of Argent Street. Tho f...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

LOCAL WEDDINGS. A marriage of more than ordinary iri; torest to Broken Hill was celebrated ai the Presbyterian Church, Collins Street Melbourne, on Saturday, the marriage ol Dr. J. II. McKay, of 'Blende Stiept, t- Stella, llih only daughter of Mr. Justir MutCaUhy, solicitor, Aigent Street. The bride ? went to Melbourne over i week ago, and the doctor followed o- Wednesday night. Tho trousseau wa. made in Jlel bourne, and the weddin; ceremony performed by tho Hev. Dr. Mar shall. After a brief honeymoon, tin newly wedded pair -return to tho Bar rier, and propose cany in January to go to New Zealand for the hot weather. 8

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL FISH SUPPLY. Selling Price Should Go Down a Penny Shortly. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

BROKEN HILL FISH SUPPLY. Selling Price Should 60 Down a Penny Shortly. A reduction of one . penny per pound may be expected in the retail price of fish sold in .the city on the completion of storage chambers at 'the ice works where fish can bo kept fresh in largo quantities dm ing the summer weather. Three thou sand three hundred and sixty pounds of fresh fish ! Aunroximatelv that is the quantity consumed in 'Broken Hill each week. If the price could be reduced 2d. or 2 '/id. per lb., would the demand double itself'? With the possibility of such a reduction being brought about as tlio re sult of the 'settlement of the Scottish fishermen in Australia, a representative of the '' Barrier Daily Truth' waited on several of the piincipal fish mongers of Broken Hill for the purpose of finding out what demand is made for the present supply lie learned that at, present the small fish arc sent from Port Pirie, and tho large ones from Adelaide. Most of the local consumers piefer the Murray cod...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORCING A STRIKE. Fifty Police Under Police Inspector Leave for Broken Hill. Wires Sent by "Barrier Daily Truth" to Messrs. Cann and Griffith, M.'sL.A., and Premier Wade. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

[?] Fifty Police Under Police Inspector Leave for Broken Hill. Wires Sent by 'Barrier Daily Truth' to Messrs. Cann and Griffith, Fi'sLA, M Premier Wade. [?'Bimci Daily Tiulh1 Seniee] blDNEY. llondij Niulit. 1'ifty police, in ch.uge of Inspectoi « iche, , lelt S^dne.v b\ to-night'b ov piess foi Biokcn' Hill1 The Govein imnt ,.ie (MdLiitl\ sending this detach ment of jiolice in imtieipation of tioublc at Biokcn Hill, as the 10111II of the Confe.ence helwetn the Unions and mine muuaguis, which is dalcd for Xo\embef 11 Realising tie guue 'nivoitniiio Of this news', the ' B.uiii'1. D.ulj Tiulh ' sent thu following wne to JIcssis Cann and Gi if ulli — ' Rcpoiled heie oO police left Sjd m-y for Biokcn Hill to night Would btionglj ndwsc tint jon lake prompt .isliou ic this mattei Such a bare-' fated attempt to di.igoon the Bainei umoiiibts will make the situation bciious Will jou mo\e adjoin nment of Hoi'bc and insist police should be - itcalled' ' ' The following wne was bent to M.'ic mici...

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