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AN AUSTRALIAN ARTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
AN AUSTRALIAN ARTIST. . livielunce. is ,not lacking to— prove that our^Australian giils aie — given tho oppoi Utility — equal to girls of other climes.' The enterprising spirit, indom itablo courage, aud strength of, puiposo displayed by a young artist in her early caiccr will add much to tho appiccia tion of her success by her country women'. ? ? , ? JJ lie Aelolaido Register' says of Miss Maisio Tuck, who is Uiu' si&ter ot the Rev. E. J. Tuck,- of Chloride ?Strci't, Broken' Hill: 'In' -the 'class of genre and'poitrait 'studies -'worthy of note' lIio tw o' largest ' pietui es 'in ' the gnlloiy — \yorkvof high'' merit — arc by an Adelaide , lady — Miss Maisio Tuck, who is nowsstudying in1 Paris'. * Those aio tho1 'J'islf Market' .and 'Gossips 7' The painter1 has' had' a caicer that has stamped Her as ,fi' woman '.of grit and pri severance'. ' When- nineteen Vsho left t/h'O Adelaide /IVaining 'Collogo~ with first-class honois. '' After a few, weeks' work as a pupil teacher sl...
CYNIC'S CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
CYNIC'S CHATTER. I have seen and read a. wecek's issue of tho 'Daily Truth' and I am satis lied. NovoiU! else can fcul cxaully what I fool in reference to tho paper. How well I iGuicmbor the littlo leaf ot of 1897, and the- peripatetic pelro lcum nian. l no iuea camo Irom Jabe/. Wiight. Ho did tho canvassing, and;-raii tiio businoss. I was thu suribo. v There was only ono dilhculty. Tliat was to got tho concern pimccel. * * *'? _* Tho readers ; and owners of 'Har- rier Truth' ' (and most readers nro owners), can hardly l-oalisb their in-' debtodness-to tho stubborn stupidity ot tho old printiug. fraternity of Broken Hill. ' - Had they boon more amenable to rea son thcro would have boen to-day no 'Truth' jobbing oiiicp to scoop uj- half the trade of tho Barrier. Thero Would probably have been no ' Daily Tiuth.' In those days most business men on tlie Barrier, and all tlie aldermcii— rbar oiie, looked upon' tho inine-ownors and managers as somewhat superior to the ueity . They did not...
MR. ROSS'S DEPARTURE. LEFT BROKEN HILL BY LAST NIGHT'S EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
MR. ROSS'S DEPARTURE. . LEFT. BROKEN HILL BY LAST NIGHT'S EXPRESS. A few friends of Mr. R. S. Ross as sembled at Mr. 13cit Sayers' Grown Ho tel last night to bid him farewell and drink his health in a parting gloss, also to pieacnt him with n -veiy beautiful puise of soveieigns. ' Mr. Beit Saye'is piopose-d the health of MC. Rosi. und f-aki he was pleased -e- bu there tei make the presentation, but .sony to say gooel-byc to -Mr. Ross. In his opinion Mr. Ro--s hud shown great sincerity' iii everything ho hael. under taken, and he .(Mr. iSayei ) avqiiUI be pleased when Mr. Hoss came1 buck, lie would alwajs hold out the hand ol friendship to him. Mr. A. K. n'allacc added his quota of esteem nnel friendship to the departing friend, and Mr. H.Mj. (Jray followed witli a woid or two of appreciation. The latter wished that Mr. Ross would be successful inJiis future' career. -Mr. Aithur' Aioiley claiined_rtcquainL anceship with Mr. Ross perhaps befoie anyone present, lie trusted to have the ...
ABDULLAH'S ARABS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
ABDULLAH'S ARABS. This morning that wonderful troupo of virilo and popular athletes, Abdul lah's Arabs, will arrive by tho oxpross. Thqy havo, just concluded a : success ful season at tho Tivoli Theatre in Ade laide, wheic they weie received nightly by largo and 'enthusiastic audionccs*. Their work ? defies - adequate description, and it is really marvellous how they can crowd such tremendous skill and energy into tho 20 minutes' turn thoy cheir peiformanee, as they are tiained up to an ideal. They' turn somer saults' with and without using tlvir hands. They form pyramids and twist about oach: others: limbs with a snako like movement. Seeing them perform onco ono will be- foircd to go and view them' again . Thoy open in tho Ciysfal Thoatro at S o'cloe-k to-night, and will bo ably sup poitcd by other v.iuelevilh1 jili^ti. The whole show will be one of the sti-ongest of its parliculai de-sci iption tliat has over visited the Barrier.
AMUSEMENTS. EMPIRE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
AMUS[MENIS. EMPIRE HALL. Tho artists appearing 'at thu Empiio Hall again met with success last night, as, in t addition to thcio being a largo uttondnuco, oaeli item met with ap proval anel encores weio numerous. Tlile poi-itlarity of tho Kmpirc Unll is eluo to the (Cxcollcnt pieces which are nightly submitted to tho audicnoc, and also to jiiio . .auscuce or*(anyLiiiug siiggcsujvo -u vulgarity. A distinct refinement ..is maintained thiioughout the piogiamme, and evuiy thing goes with a bwing.' Aus tralians have -tho* roputation ol appio ciating anything which deals with their own country, and tljc applauso which Miss Stanley mot with in her rendition of 'Tiiko mo back to Bendigo' was suf-' ficont proof that somo of them, at any rate, did not belio their reputation. Blutch Jones, too', touched the humor ous cord ofthe audience, and is still scoring heavily. Bert Thomas met with approval in his rather pathetic song, ' 'i'is hard to say goodbye.' The other members of tho company, Mr. G...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
SPORTING. AMUSEMENTS. 'WESTERN OVAL, NOV EMEBER 21st and 25th . VICEROY TEA CARNIVAL. introducing BALLOONING EXTRAORDINARY / THE TALK OF AUSTRALIA. Tho 'Pioptietors of VICEROY TEA havo, at enormous oxpenso, mado nrrangoment with MESSRS. O'DONNEL and BEICl'fO'S WORLD'S MOST SENSATIONAL AERONAUTS. GRAND BAivIvOOH ASCENT. AND THRILLING TRIPLE PARACHUTE DESCENT. THE MOST DAR ING PERFORMANCE EVER PLACED BEFORE TMIO AUSTUALIAN PUBLIC. THE SIGHT OF A LIFETIME. ?V FIRST CLASS PROGRAMME OF BIKE AXD FOOT RACES, TUGOF 'WAR, Etc. Under tho I'atrouag'o of the Athletic and -Dicyclo Lcaguo. A.M. A. BRASS BAND IN ATTENDANCE. ADMISSION 1/ or FREE on Pic/son tation»at' Gates of EMPTY ONE LR. VICEROY TEA PACKET. CHILDREN, HALF PRICE, or HALF LB. PACKET. SPECIAL NOTE ! I^-All Paying 1/ Admission Will Receive a Gd. Plub of Tobacco. . . ? ? , FIRST RACE STARTS AT 2.30 p.m. 319-830 BUSINESS NOTICES^ Perhaps Yota Don't Know tKe Cheapest Place im BroKeEi Hill for Boots and S]h©e§o Try BOAN BROS. FOR YOUR NE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
* PUBLIC NOTICES. ' - ' BALANCE SHEET ; '''?/' i '. .- _ ^. of tho ' ?' _'- , ''? / , BKOKEN IIILL EIGHT IIOURS SPOUTS AND AHT U.VJON. % \ .' £ s. d. £ s. d. By Cr. balanco last audit, Bank ,- ' ' Australasia ? .' 66 13 7 ,, Loss outstanding accounts .. 12.19' 1 03 14 0 „ Cr. -balance Oov. Savings - Bank ? ' -3.14 I' ,, Nominations and accept- '16 3 9 ancos ? 46 3 -0 .? „ Proceeds fiom gates . . . . 21 G' C./.^flT 10 3 „ Chango refunded .... ' s, 40 .-(T 0 ,, Loan to Ait Union Refunded 30-0 . s Lon n to Ball Com lrfundod 1-0 0,, 4,0 0 ' Sale of booths ? 95 0,0 95 '0 0 , ....Proportion ti am fares .. ..? -~~274 .0' 7 „ Donations ? . . ,2 11 0 .-' Balance from ball ? 2 2 0' - ?. ' ? „ Balance fiom social .. .. 1 10 0 , 312.0 „ Games at fiounds .... ' 1-15 0 ,, Sale of Art Union Tickets, 15,437, atl/ ? , 771 17 0, ,. Per cent allowed on prizes . .,''-' and advertisements ? ' 50 8. 0 Advertising on Art Union * , Tickets ? '- 24 3 0 ., Prizes Donated ? ' - 20 10 6 , 1,413 4 11 . JC~sv. d...
THE WOMAN'S SPHERE. BROKEN HILL WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
THE iiH'S SPHERE. (BY ' TRUTH'S ' LADY EDITOR.) BROKEN HILL WEDD1NCS. On the :!_rd, at tho Pro-Cathedral, Miss Elsie Dominica. Clark, liitu of Davis and Co., Argent Struct, agie-eel to take for bet ter, for wow. for i ichor or poorer. Mr. 'W. liremner, ot the Norlh -line. The bride wore ii very pretty dress of cieam voile, trimmed with lace and insertion, and the orthodox veil and wreath of orange blossom^. ''Two little girls in blue ' (sisters of the bride) were lnides uiaids. Mr. Clark (brother -.of bride) was best man. The bride wns given away by her father, Mr. Clark, of Lane Street. Shortly after the ceipinony the happy couple left by express for Melbourne. 'Another marriage, of a private nature, was that, of Miss Fran-is Maloney, .\ to . Mr. D. YV. Carey. The ceremony took place at tho Pro-Cathedral, on 8th Oc tober. The pretty bride was fashionably attired in an empire gown of some soft cream material, elegantly trimmed with vine insertion, shirrid net yoke nnil net sleeves. ...
A SINGER'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
A SINGER'S MES8ACE. THiis Martha Bruggeinann, who depart ed from Broken II ill on Tuesday' night, left me the following charming message to the people of Broken Hill : — ' I shall never forgfit the warm-hearted people of Broken Hill — May God be with yon ; ' Take my olden greeting. And let it nestle, bird-like, in your heart, 'Twill keep my mem'ry green until olir ?meeting : , Twill miy I love you ' though v \tc be apart.' '
IN AUSTRALIA GIRLS MUST WED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
IN AUSTRALIA GIRLS MUST WED. 'Among primitive peoples marriage usually is more insistent, and girls are courted -in even a loss romantic; uuiiincr. Among tho, Australians every fiiti must marry, whether she will or not. It, in con sidered wonderfully strange if a girl is 12 years old and is still unmarried. This in not necause. tne girls or parents are ro mantic, but the parents feel that a girl is only worth the toil she given. 'The man,' says the Rev. II. G.' Meyer, ' regards them more as slaves than in any otnor light. They are a nccMiniy commodity valu able only as long as useful, to In; thrown aside after they nerve their purpose.' ' Of course lift mrans aboriginals, but all the same he rtorsn'l ^ny m-.
THE LADY BARRISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
THE LADY BARRISTER. Paris has the honor of possessing a lady barrister. Sho is tin. only ono pleading at the Paris Her. Some of tho world's attention bus boon momentarily drawn by her successful defences just re cently of a young mother, charged with the ?murder of her child. 'I confess, to feeling just a ting' of emotion ,,„ 1 ROt .._ *.., n,i,im«« tip .lurv, 3»o said. AIIIi-. JIuropolBl;y-that is hoi; nameconUnu \w- said :— ' 1 have, endfayorcd u, spec V ' iaiian In -cases more unrticu lai -ly ajTcclIng : 1 ^ women. Ab you know I am no t -the only ' % \ woman barrister pleading at the Paris Bar. ? 1 have no time to-snurp, for I have ' again to plead in the assi/e coutt in u few minulci. Beside.s.niy history it ejuile nnioniautic, und is of the briefest. ? I was born in Paris, und have lived huie all my life. 1 i.avo always been of a le-gal turn of mind. I am very fond of my profes sion, and hope to, practise in these courts for many years to come.'
CAN YOU MAKE SALADS? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
CAM YOU MAKE SALADS ? Somebody asked me' if 3Iiss~Ahern was u Revolutionary socialist V Since our last 'Viterview j. am able to reply em phatically, Yes! ' Moreover, slie would commence operations in our sacred do mains—the kitchen! The temperature was 103 elegrces in the shade when we met, and almost the fust greeting was, this?' Although not guilty of the soft impeachment, theio was that in Her man mcr which forbade a reply., 'And cab bage, and potatoes, and sucn puddins;,' she added. 'Can't you maka .salads? Vegetable and fruit salads? I'd like the folk up here to take a peep into C'amus so — Bohemian lestaurant, in Melbourne. The feature of the menu is salads. Salads to commence with, salads interlaid — sal- ads'supremo!' 'Tea is servcel here .with soup. It is atrocious! There wine is served ? i'd. lib.,and Miss —hern forgot her grievance in her reminiscences, and has pibmU'sd' to tell me about the interesting habitues and her experiences at some future time. Thu 'Silbon Sisters...
HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS. Tho llorwood family nie departing from their usual holiday arrangements this year, in account of Miss Dora's delicate nealth, Mrs. Horwooel will join her sister from Western Australia at Mount Lofty early in .January, and a short slay only nt tho .seaside has been decided upon. Miss Horwood. has oa1, jrrown her KtreiiL'th a little, imrl it in anticipated the change to the hills will sticngllien her. Our newly-married medico and his bride '(Dr. uiiu Mrs. McKay) are ex pected to arii\i- home on Tuc-day mom ing.
IMPERSONATING A NURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
IMPERSONATING A NURSE / Railway Town people would do well; to bo aware- of strango. nurses..; 'It is reported that theie has been some ono' impersonating tho District sNiirsd. who lias charge of tho Railway Town section, much to tho latter' s indigna tion. Board and lodging, a littlo are mnong her modest demands. The nurse is longing — positively longing — for some good angel to;boe:omo,a\var« of tho need' of a few -invalid : 'chairs'. Thero are one or two dear old folk whom the muse would bes very pleas ed, to wheol out, and to whom, it would be such a Joy to givo somo out-door air. This is not an appeal from the nurso.i but tho expression of tho wish bieathod into my car by an interested lady. \
WOMEN'S LEAGUE PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
WOMEN'S LEAGUE PROCRESS. The Women's League, inaugurated dur ing tho recent industrial troubles, is still alive. At their meeting last Tuesday a lecture was delivered byMr. Tom Mann on ''The Basic Principle's of Economies.' An extemporised chart was usca by the lecturer to demonstrate tno exact pro TlOrf.lOn flf lii« mi vn I n iyq nf n,l,;,,l, i1,n worker is exploited in the respective countries. It was decided to take up the study of economies in respect to co operative; movements. Mrs. Wilhhire, nee Ivey, announced per medium of card, that she is 'at home to her friends at ner residence, Morgan Sheet,. Wet Riokeh Hill.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
THANKS. THE Friends and Relatives of MRS. GRAY wish to THANK Colonel &nbsp; Genders and the Royal and Queens- land Insurance Companion for their Generous Settlement of half of the amount (£74 9s) of the Insurance money on her house and furniture which they so kindly allowed her, being a widow. z319
QUEENSLAND RACING. ["Truth's" Special Service.] BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
QUEENSLAND RACINC. - [' Truth's' Special SeiTica.] BRISBANE, Sunday. ' Tho Queensland Turf Club King's Birthday meeting was concluded at As cot on Saturday afternoon iu line weather, and in tho presence of a good attendance. Results : — Plying Handicap. — Satisfair, 1 ; Microscope, 2 ; Paqnilc, -}. ' Won by lialr a 'length. Time, linin. 'lGsecr Sandgato Handicap. — Mcntmoie, 1 ; Ilaakon, 2 j Finance, 3. Won by two lengths. Timo,'2min. 9seo. - Two-j'oar-old H andicap. — Mischiei , 1 ; Patris, 2 ; L. L. D., 3. Woii by three lengths. Time, lmin. 17ecc. Third Novico Handicap. — Moree, 1 ; MoiiiitaiirOak,' 2 ..;? Count Grafton, 3. Won by o. lengtli. Time,' lmin. 42Jsec. King's Plato.— Flaxen, ] ; Itobult, 2 ; Barallan, 3. AVon by t«o lengtlis. Time, 2min. 24Vscc. November Handicap.; — King Hal, 1 ; Blue Star, 2 ; Venice, 3. -Won by a head. Time, lmin. 43scc.
"WALLABIES" IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908
'WALLABIES' IN ENCLAND. [lieulci'b Service.] LONDON, Sunday. The Australiaiis (Wallabies) Foothill Team, now touring England, je»teiday defeated Cimbiidge University liy one jjoal two tiies to one goal one try. The 'Wallabies' goal was from a dropped kick, scored in tlie first half by Moran.' Car roll and Dix secured liie-s in the oarly pait of tho second half. Carmichael con verted the first. Wright scoieil the try for Cambridge, and also scoied a diop kick goal during the las-t minute's play. The Cambridge forwaids ncie ^lilliant, and' frequently went very close to scor ing. Their backs, however, weie, unequal to. those of tlic ' Wallabies.'