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CAMEL DRIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
CAMEL DRIVERS. ' When soi'ii by^i re]-nlseiiiati\ei of 'Bar- rier Daily Tiuth,' yeRteiday. afternoon, ft'ith* rel'ei once to the little ditl'creiico be Lween the i enmer drivcis and the jinn of Donaldson, Cubuin, iind Knox,'j\lr. Ilay ivurd. 'the manager 'of the-firm, stated Llnit norliing furtlier hael elovelop-el.' 'Ev- this was-only a liltie private matter b'p twecn. ourselves anel the camel drivers, nnel of no public interest jvliatevcr. 'i am plcusrd /te- stale (lliut;- .in amicable1 -ir-' rangement -1ms been arrived at, anel the drivers an1 quite satisfied. Nothing lur cher is likely to' develop.' ' .' ' One of tho, camel .drivers was present at the time of the convcisalion.'iind he emphatically slated ,thut 'all the trouble1 hael cea-ed. He was sine that the driv ers would bu able to gi't along very well.' The Afghans some., lime ago tormed a union amongst themselves, the chief e-b- jeet ot which was to elefy' competition, and to eiich have a fair show of. the load ing. Two o...
ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
ODDFEL.LOWSHIP. I v A meeting of the Manchester Unity t.O.O.K, J'uiplo Lodge, was he-Id in Tait's Hall last night'., the D.G.M., Bro. W. Rovilje, occupying tho chair. Tlio mee'ting wqs for tho pui]MSd of oonfeiring tho piiTplc degreo on th); moinbois of the different branches who had gone llnough the vmious olliees of tlie order. Tliese were as follow: — Bros. S. J. Smith (Loyal Silver City Lodge); J. Mitchell, and E. Bennetts (Loyal Harry Cox Lodge), and J . AVlnt tenbury (Loyal Hummer Lodge) . Tho usual procedure of conferimg tho degrees on tho* officers was gone, tlnough, and they wore each made tho iecipicnt of a full suit of regalia aud.nn omblom of tho Manchester Unity order. In handing the gifts over, tho* D.G.Ji. made n few complimentary remarks, and wished tho officers oveiy^succoss.' The district ofiiccrs ,al.so made felicit ous remarks as' to the abilities of tho members who had just had the, proud dis tinction ot. having tho puipjo dogreo confen pd upon tliom. They wishe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
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EXCITEMENT AMONG AFGHANS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
:EXCITEiyiENT AMONC AFGHANS. . 'i his. miming Abdullah's Aiab.s ar n-o i Tho dav, so lar as Afghans aro concerned, will bo 'an eventful ono in JJioUcn Hill It is tho intention of tho Afghans ol Hub community U- give- tho visiting acrobats a right royal welcome1. Foi tlus puipooo they will assemble in lAiLcnt Stiect, and join in jollification w ith the- \ loitei s. Tho.v will drink with them, and in ovory particular mako it a day to he reinembeivd . To-morrow aftoruoou tho accomplished visitors aro to havo tho distinction of joining their countrymen at. tho evening meal at tho ?Vest Camel Camp, and no doubt will smoko together and spend a very pleasant time. In fact, during the stay of their foilow-countrymon tho Afghans will havo such another timo as has just passed with thorn in' tjio celebration of their Christmas. ' \
NEWS AND NOTES. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
NEWS AMD NOTES' m The Weather. Vesterdny the mercury climbed Id Ul^ Jcgrecs in (ho shade. During the morn ing some ruin-bearing clouds passed ncrois the sky, but a thunderstorm, which most people thought would have fallen nbout mid-day, veered away to the west. The minimum temperature on 'Thursday night waa (J6 degrees, but there was an ad vance of several degreia on these llgure» last night. Tlio weather forecast for New South Wales, issued at noon yester day, wa» aa follow : — 'Cloudy over coast al areas, with lome further showers in tho north. Isolated ehowers, nnd possibly thunder, on southern slopes of mngps.' aiid for South Australia: — 'Fine, with 3.E. winds. Warm away from the coait nnd sultry. Slight tendency to ' ruin in the South-East.'
THE POLICE AND THE BAGPIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
THE POLICE AMD THE BAGPIPES. .Sonic of (lie \i.-,Hiii£,' Wily 1110 keen .-n the bappipi-H. fjufheieilt pioof of . tliU was given .il Tml'h I hill last night, whtm -siimr of (lie inembcis of the niu'Vo politnn Iokp nipt for (lie' piirnntp of i'l ilulgin»]ii a few ol their 11.1t iomi I .I.iikvm. RocIb. ilinjp .i,|.l llighlnml j,cliiittib.-|ic» wore gone tlnongli. One of thu uicnihjra 1/1 ijiu iijv.M t ijiL-in x-illiu auppilCtl rilC iificcfsiiry music. ,?,Iiss Ahem will .deliver an address in Hie Hippodrome to-morrow , night, on '?The Kcvolt of Woman.''' A programme. lins also been arranged, of songs, etc.lo which iMiss Ethel Leslie and Mr. Arthur Mprlcy will contribute. .
Cycling League Resignations. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
Cycling league Resignations. When Woof, a cyclist, who competed at the Eight IIouis fepoits, at VcCullocL. Park, on October 1st, Was brought be fore tiie stewards on a charge of. 'bur ing.' he was disqualified for 12 months Three weeks afterwards new officers were appointed, and to these Woof appealed for the removal or reduction of the term of disqualification. The anneal was con sidered, and upheld to the extent that a flni'.pf.. £4 7h Cd 'was imposed, and dis qualification for six'weeks only, dating from October 1st. As a result, i..e sec retary (Mr. II. Valentine), who has car ried out the duties for five or six ?vcars, decided to ipsign, and at a meeting of the League held on Thursday night, said he did not wish to have an) thing to do with the League while the picsent officers wero in power The rules of tho League of -~cw South Wales Wheelmen proude that appeals made by riders against dis qualifications, must he endorsed by the Central body. The non-compliance with this- rule ...
Details as to the Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
Details as to the Railway. The Railway League proposes to prc»i .he Minister -of Public Works now to de ilare what arc the ' details ' wuicll arc ' required to comply with the Public tt'orks Act,' as declared ' by his tola ?ram. There have been two more or lesi 'ODiplete surveys; the route is practic nliy pegged, the thing has ueen uelorc Cabinet ? after Cabinet, the pigeon-holei in' Parliament House inust contain bund les of information; it is up to the Gov L'rnincnjrto ask for, if not to provide, the ? details.' On a point of honor one would expect that when a Minister had pledged i\msclf to do something, he would put. limself to it — or his subordinates — to the trouble of seeing that ' details ' do not lilock his promise from being fulfilled.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
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LABOR BETRAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
LABOR BETRAYED. As reported in yesterday 'a is sue of the ' Barrier Daily Truth, ' ' the repudiation by Mr. G. S. Bee by, M.L.A., of tho acts and utterances of Mr. Tom Mann, who has been ap pointed organiser by Barrier un ions to immediate action';' The following wire was des patched to that politician at Par liament House, Sydney: — ' Reported Barrier press you slate Tom Mann not representing or voicing opinipn.s of Broken ilill Miners. Can assure you your Hiirmiae is altogether - wrong Tom Jlann has full* and complete confidence of . miners hero Workers indignant at your utterances Miss mating Sunday not to conmder samp \ on e\ planation oageily av.aitcd ? T Uamboai, President, AV J) Barn cbt, secretary Combined Uihons ' To this Mr Beeby has wired to Mi Gam bom tins reply — 'I'rosiuoj quoted from speecnes of Mann and Barnott advocating ncto of wolence I replied that it such speeches -ncio delivered thoy did nofrepicsunt tho sentiments of umoni'i'i of Broken Hill I fur thcif cuiile...
THE FEDERAL LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
THE FEDERAL LABOR PARTYi The accession to pcnvei1' of the new Federal Labor Ministry raises the question of what good will accrue thereby to the working class oi Australia , At the present moment it ' is difficult to discern the glowing prospect of -vigorous and saccess iul -woi k~ before the new team. The Dealcm Administration re fused to go as far as its Labor supporters demanded, and the lat ter diopp'cd it hkc a( wet rag But the fuluie'holds the prospect that the Labor Government will not be able to go-'as far as fhey wish because the same half-baked Couseivatives are sitting on the brake . ' ' The Labor Administration will have behind it- only the members it has supported for so long, so patiently, and so unavaihngly. - 'There is every prospect that instead of , being able 'to accom plish more by, a lease of power, the Labor Party will be able to accomplish far less If the change in the personnel of the Federal Government means merely a repetition oi the Deakm ineptitude it '?w...
SHARE MARKET. ("Truth's" Special Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
, . -.SHARE MARKET. ('TmiJi's11 Special Concspoiidcnb.) ADELAIDE, lTridav Nielit. Tlie.following'business was tiansnctod on 'Oliango to-day : — . Broken Hills, sales 44/3 and -14/G, b. ?14/3, s. 44/6., 131ock H (prof .),' sales 13/3 and 13/G, b. 13/6, s. 14/. ' British (old),' sales 18/14. ?^Britisli (new),- sales 17/, b. 17/, s. Block 10, sales Gl/G, b. Gl/G. Junction's, sales 2/11, b. 2/10V, s. 2/llJ. - ' Norths, sales 60/, b. G9/6, s., Gl/G. Souths, (paid), sales 77/ and 7G/9, b. 7G/6, s. 77/. ? Souths (eon.), b. 6G/G, s. G7/9. South Blocks, sales 23/li ,21/8, and 25/, b. 25/, i/2o/G. / Junction Xortli, sales 25/, 23/10i, b. 23/9, s. 21/. ? Chalfers; sales 8/4, 8/5, and 8/2. ' Golden llidge, sales 27/: 'Main llcef, .sales 7/J, 7/.'!, and 7/2. l'orsoverancp, sales .7/5 and 7/3. Golden Links, sales 6/ and 6/1. lrannau Slais, sales G/l and 6/1. Mararoa, sales 21/G. ?Melton; hales l/4'/_.. ^ North Jlararoas, sales 1/11 and I/IOJ. Pathway Mills, sales od. l'aiinga; sales 11 Ul. - ' ' ...
MR. JOSIAH THOMAS. Appreciation Of The Barrier Member. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
[?] '' ' 'Appreciation Of The Barrigr Member. -Mr.^Josiah Thomas, 3f I'., the new Postmaster-General, is a man of sterling qualities and lirst-i.itc ability. Ife was Iiorn in Cornwall in the year 1803, liis father being managei of a' sil ver mine in Mexico., lie was early in itiated into the craft of .1 miner, and enme to Broken Jlill in the days mJipm Hi Umborumbeika mine was working. Ui- worked on other mines on the t'Siu'riiir, anu, iieing a strong unionist, hecaiue i're bident of the A.M.A. „ When the '92 strike occuired no was sent through 'Queensland on a mission to fellow-unionists, and did splendid wrnk in collecting funds for. the assistdii.-o of the stiikers. , After' the* strike, ho .was bo bitterly blackballed by the mining companies in Broken Hill' that *iie coulj not obtain employment , of any kind whatever „ from them along the iine of lode, and was foiced lo do any odd jobs) that he could ? get — and they were few — such as digging post-holes and planting tiocs. * He...
GEORGE POLLARD AND SOUTH MINE DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
CEORCE POLLARD AND SOUTH MINE DISASTER. Sir.— lr bog to 'duiw the- attention.. of Jie public and the So'uth Mine workeis o .1 desei ving case for 'assistance, which eil.iinly should be considered by the iouth Mine aulh'oiities. Failing that a ?oiiccit. 01 public subscription. In the South Mine disaster last May, George I'olhud was blown up, lost1 the- sight of nne eye, was , crippieii ami , cumpiciciy wiccked. After sevoial 'months in the hospital, and when on thojioad to recov ery, he accidentally fell over a walking ilick. which he had to .assist him, and hi okc his leg-again. He has just lofc the liospital, lint the doctoi s hold out no hope ijf him over 'working again. To make matters woise, while lie was in the hos ;iilal,his wife had^to mulct go a serious opeiiition, lasting a' couple ot months, and for this put pose it ..look the few pounds the thiifty wife1 had ^ifvod'. There are wo boys 'in 'life family, 13, and 7 yeais if -' age. -^The A:'M.A. tuo jirompt with jheir usual ...
THE INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
..,* THE INDUSTRIAL1 OUTLOOK. The. genet al feeling at omul the city 3ornis to be (in spite of tho leticence of 'botli the 'Mine Managers' Absocialion'and of the delegates to the Combined Confer ence) that theie is hope of a peaceful ar rangement concerning the1 new induslual iigrcemeut. 4 * Theunionists feel firm in the position they have taken up. sWhal'lhe diiectois tfiir rln »c !i miiH.pr for' cnnipctuio. Ill fact, Biokciullill to-day is a muss of ani natcd iuteriogiition points and .stiained uiccrtuinty. ' Kv'eryono is, asking, ' Is theie going to bo* i^'sttike V' and none .rtm',nble.loNanRwer. The calm, com toons imiincr, together with the caieful woid ng of the spqeches-mude by the delegates 11 siipnoit of IJii'ir cl|iiii)s, h»s imjnessed [ho otliPi 'nide, Once ngdin bus it been Droved- that resune powei Is btienglh. ' The claims llicmselvea, when boiled lown, are voiy nioderitte indeed. The nnlv one that will cmisc much discussion is 'the demand fur a -1-1 hours' week. Aroun...