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RACES AT CAULFIELD. ["Truth's" Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

RACES AT CAULFIELD. . [' Truth's ' Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Sunday. Tlio V.A.T.C. hold a raco moating at Cauliield yesterday, with tho following results : — ? Kasouka Hurdlo, 2 miles 64 ynrds. — Egba, 10.5, 1 ; Tho Winnower, 9.5, 2 ; J\loiton Rose, 9.13, 3. Betting : 7 to 2 v. tho winner. Won by two lengths. Time, Smin. 52sec. StansraoTO Two-Year-Old, 5 furlongs. — JJedloo, 7.5, 1 ; Glasgow,- 6.13, 2 ; Phyladil, 6.13, 3. Betting: 20 to lv. tho winner. AV011 by two lengths. Tinve, lmin. 3Js'ec. Rosstown Plate, 6 furlongs. — Alum Fco, 8.13, I ; Lord Carlyon, 10.9, and Docima, 6.13 (dead heat), 2. Betting: 15 to 1 v. the winner. Won by a length. Time. lmin. 16iscc. Tara Stooplech.aso, about 2 miles — Hawthorn, -J.1O, 1 ; Earl of Castles, 11.4, 2-; Player, 10.10, 3. Betting: 10 to 1-v. tho winner. Won by a neck. Time; ,'j mill. 58% bee. Armadnlo Handioap, 1 milo 3 fur longs. — Woorooma, 7.13, 1 ; ,Lady Difiidence, 7.9, 2; Moani, 7.9, 3. Bet-7 ting : 6-to 1 v. tho wmnei. AVon by a he...

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SYDNEY RACING. ["Truth's" Special Service.] SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

? SYDNEY RACING. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] SYDNiSY, Sunday. ' Races were hold »l Rosebery Park and Mooioflcld lucccouihcs yesterday, -with following results. At Kosebery Park: — Mying Handicaj-. — Vulpora, 1 ; Reolo, 2 ; Lily, 3. Uleven started. Betting : 10 to I v. the winner. Time, 5-!sees. 14-Iiands IlniKlicnp. — Daisy 11., 1; Topaz, 2; and V'crcilah. 3. Betting: 7 to 4 v. the winner. Time, 50 sees. Maiden Plato, — La Warwick, 1 . Flora, 2 ; Brauton, 3. Tun started. Batting : 7 to 4 v. the winner. Time, 50 sees. ? 14.2.Ilandienp.— Clnrelte, 1 ; Little Dad 2 ; Lady Sion, 3. Four started. Bet ting : 7 to 4 on the winner. Time, lmin. OV^secs. ISncoui ago Slakes. — Fein Villa, 1 ; ucruc, 2; Chnrinion, -. Si'C started. Bet ting: 7 lo 4 v. the winner. Time, 1 min. Paces'. ' Sfooroflbld results' : — Kognrah Stakes, 0 Furlongs. — Bandon (Hood), 1 ; Lord Morton (Clayton), 2 ; Berber (Tnnko),*3. Two others stinted. Betting : 0 to 2 v. the winner. Time, lmin. 18sccs. - \ -Stewards' Mil...

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TELEPHONE TO THE ABATTOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

TELEPHONE TO THE ABATTOIRS. Tim Mayor (Alderman J. II. Ivcy) yesterday morning received tho follow ing wiro from tho PostmasterGene ral CMr. Josiah Thomas), ro tho pro posed tclcpliono lino to tho abattoirs: — 'Your 'wire received to-day. As suming you rcfor to proposed tele phono lino, Broken [Till to now aba toirs, instructions havo been given that temporary lino bo provided on poles of council which now carry electric light wiros. Action ? will bo taken as early as )-;-Ksil-lc.' to provide for a lino pcrniaiirntly on the terms already pro posed.'1

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TRAMWAY RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

TRAMWAY RIFLE SHOOTINC. The Tiamway ttille Club fired its fouilh.and last round on Saturday to decide who should be the owner of the Nairn Cup. 'A close contest eventu ated, J. Taplin and H. Snuttloworth ty ing. It was thus necessary for these two men to fire olf, with the re3ult''that Mr. J. Taplin won iae Cup. Tlio Club will now iix a night .on which Mr. Nairn will be asked to per form .the duty of presenting the Cup to Mr. Taplin. The Cup will be on view in one of the shop windows in Argent Street during next week. Mem bers of tho Club feel very thankful to Mr. Nairn for hia pretty gift, which will be greatly treasured by the win: ner. Mr. A. Reiss was a close runner-up, being only beaten by one point.

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LEAVING THE BARRIER. His Friends Bid Farewell to Mr Joseph Hughes. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

LEMENg THE BMIIER. His Friends Bid Farewell to Mr Joseph Hughes. The members of tho Eight Hours' Committee and other friends assembled at (lie Australian Club Hotel on Sat-i uruay night, to bid farewell to Mr. J. Hughes (.?. resident of the Eight Hours,' Committee), who is leaving for Queens land.. . ' ? The proceedings 'took me form of * social evening, and Mr. ,]. Sly (secre tary) was in the chair. Tho first toast, that of. 'Our Guest,' was proposed by Mr. Andy ' .Ross, who baid tluit the pleasure it gave him to propose the toast wnfiMnci cased by the fact that Mr. Hughes and himself were old 'townios,' ' and had known ench oilier us boyb in Kapundn. They -Urst became acquainted on the cricket Held, and he had formed the opinion^' then' that. Mr. Hiifrhes was a pood, straight sportsman. When the umpire gave his decision, 'out!' Mr.- Hughes never never questioned it, nut went out like, a man. lie (the speaker) still had' in I113 possession the photograph of that team, and valued it...

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ADELAIDE CRICKET. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

ADELAIDE CRICKET. ['Truth's1; Special Service.] ADEBA1DE. Sinidnv. Tho Adelaide cricket matches, played on'Saturday, lesulted as follows : — West Toriens, 139 and iivo for 147 (Geddes C6;, beat University, 95. East Torrens, o03 for 8 wickets (L. H. Hill, 152; JJuttci-neld, -88), beat Glonelg, 73. Adelaide, 317 for 5 wickets (declared) boat Sturt, 256 (Clem Hill, 92;. North Adelaide, 270 for fivo wickets (declared;, Snndow, 142, not out, drow with Port Adelaide, 201 for nine wic kets.

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"TRAIN UP A CHILD." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

'TRAIN UP A. CHILD. . . .' - But do you do it ? Everyone — Christian or atheist —recognises the wisdom ' of this Biblical injunction, and 'most of us in practice ignore if. To start with, we- don't know how to1 train the baby brain. No, not even the mothers. Instinct ensures that the infant shall be fed — but, the sparrow- is our equal there. I11 utinct sees to it that 'parents will light in defence oi' their young. But lions, wolves, and dogs will do as much. Instinct induces elders to prepare their offspring against certain dangers. In this, however, we aro no further ad vanced than tho deer of North America, who hold 'schools' to tench their fawns how to escape the eiiemy. Setting instinct on one side — for the more m-c measure ourselves (in skilled industry or useful knowledge, in communal affairs) against the ant. the more humble we become — it is evident that as no one is taught how to bring up children it is 'only by accident or good fortune that parents are qualified for thi...

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BROKEN HILL ASSOCIATION. WALTER SULLY v. ALMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

BROKEN HILL ASSOCIATION. WALTER Suj-iLY- v. ALMAS. The above teams continued their matei on the Iliil&ido Reserve, on Saturday. Sullys, with, s,;x wickets down for U2, battud on, but the last four wickets only added 9 rim-,, the innings closing for 101 — or 20 runb to tho good. Parnell and Robinson secured best bowling aveiages, the former keeping a good length thioughout. The Almas started their second inninss with instructions to force the pacer '-Hit out, or get out,' was their motto for the occasion. With the exception of two catches mishcd, .however, Sullys fielded well, -and ' scbiiiig was not fast, - except while Roberts and Tin nur- wore together. Tho former madi; 20 in good style bofoie he was bowled by U Xeill. Ledger batted steadily, and' with Tur ner made a good stand for the fifth wie ket. - Ho was evuntuully well caught in the slips by Jolnibon, for a useful' 21. Turner wont on to 47, made by free, vig orous cricket, when, in backing up, he was run out by a sma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

RIFLE SHOOTING. The West Rifle Club filed a handicap riile match on their lange on Saturday, in connection with the Cup competition, with the | following result. Tho condi tions were 15 shots at 400 yiirdi, with a bursting point at 72. 400 II'cap.| T't. Coirell ? .'. 74 1 I 75 Duller ? 08 0 74 Ciabb ? 87 7 74 Jenkinson ? 08 i 72 Harm ? 70 1 71 Lyons ? Hi 8 iu Harris, E., ? 01 1) 70 fliggs ? ?. . .' ? 60 10 70 Pound ? G» so 69 Hjiui (Capt.) ? 68 s-\ , 6i- Dranagh ? 03 0 00 Beiry ? '. . . 01 8 6» Durall ? 02 0 88 Piper* ? '. : . . 01 7 CS Robertson ? 00 ? 0 00 Turbill ' ? 04 sc 04 Walker ? 50 0 02 Sweeney .\ ...'.'... .s. 55 5 80 Smith ? 49 11 60 Williams ...'. ? 48 10 53 ?BclU ? 2T — 27, 'Sampson ? .25 — '25 * Retired at 8th shot! .,

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ERNEST FAVENC'S DEATH. SYDNEY, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

ERNEST FAVENC'S. DEATH. ' [' Trtitli'B ' SpreiRl Sdrvies.] SYD^vSY, Huadfty Ki2'*t. Erneel Fsivenc, tb* t/eH-knowa «x plorer, liiitoiian, *nd jouinslist, died at Ilia residence yeitciday, sit I lio «go *c 03 yean. [The death of Erne*t Fareiu rem»rei fiom the eiploreis' track* and the i»ky way of Australia a piedominant ina pic turesque 'personality. He m»d« r«rt*u* exploratory trips through the itndy «»i snout spaceu or. central Australia, bail has published a. great deal cf Terse »»d story, his .-.moist -memorable work iii the -domain of verse being collected uader tho title of 'Voicen of the iJesert.' He has been in a very low state of healtk for many montiis pant.]

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CUT HIS WIFE'S THROAT. OLD MAN THEN ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT SUICIDE. PERTH, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

CUT HIS WIFE'S THROAT. OLD MAN THEN ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT SUICIDE. L' TruTh'i ' Special Service.] — .- I'EJtTJI, . Sunday. Xicht. Late on Friday night Richard Scott, G5 years oi age, and a boilormaker, of tno Midland Junction,' cut his wife's throat with a fflzor. Thu woman was found with her head almost sovcred. v Sostt then cut his own throat,, but tlie wound is not a dangerous one. ' Ho expressed sorrow r.t not having ended his own existence. ] [is neighbours say that the old man had shown- signs of V being 'in a weak state mentally for some time. Tlio hospital authorities say that Scott iu his manner realised that his wifo was dead, 'but at tho ssmo tim« did not givo tho impression thai lio fully grasped tlie enormity of his *et.' Ho mumbled somo long rambling staU-. ment. , ? A portion of his remarks wora un derstood to bo .-. complaint .thai hi* wife's family had been faying to poison' liim during tho pr.st four month*.

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MILITANT SUFFRAGETTES. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

MILITANT SUFFRACETTES. [Reuttr'i Service.] LONDON, Saturday. Acting on bohalf of tho National Union of 'Women's Suffrage bocieties Mrs. Millicont Garrett Faweett (widow of the Eight Hon. Henry Fawcett, a former Postmaster-General of Great Britain), has addressed a circular lot ter -to tho members of tho House of Commons, expressing regret at tho militant mothods adopted by many of the suffragettes ,and asking Parlia ment to enfranchise tho women of Groat Britain next session. Mri. Faweott, who is 61 years old, is tho author of a number of well-known works, including 'The Life of Quoon Victoria,' 'BoHtiosl Economy for Bo ginners,' and 'Tales in Political Eeon nomy.'

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FATALITY AT PORT BROUGHTON. CHILD KILLED WHILST CLIMBING OFF A RAILWAY TRUCK. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

FATALITY AT POST BBOUGHTON. CHILD KILLED WHILST 01.IMB ific or.cvA r \si.w/iy tp.uck. ['lii.lln' Special Seniw.] AIM^LAIDK, Sur.dav. Yeslerdny a. 'little girl named LucUy^ Jones climbed on to a truck on the Port Broughton line. . i.atcr on slie attempted to leave the truck, while it was in motion, and fell forward beneath the wheels, which p»ssed over her. body, killing her instantly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

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TROUBLE BREWING IN INDIA. Queen Victoria's Statue Daubed With Tar And Nose Chipped. MURDERER HONORED IN MARBLE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

MBit BREWING \\i INDIA. Queen Victoria's Statue Daubed With Tar And Nose Chipped .??pDEBER HONORED IN MARBLE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDOX. Simday. The /n«e of Queoa Vleioria's «ta4u« ill the pubhe a«.rdeut »t Ntjs.p;ir V** been dallied nth tssr, th= «9cptr» »ma«k. cd, ti.c aoet ind Infers brolcsu of. ' sThu i* ronsideicd oa« of tin r.w*b sisrniCcant outiajc. yot to.-ninitUd, u» the statue of tho Queen hat bc«n wor sliippcd by uiillioni of Indltna, .nil more particularly s.a it follow* go olaoe ly King rdw^rd'b uuect appcil t« tin natives to. remember the b:c*»iu2» ooa- ? feirod dining ncr icigti A Calcutta telegram state* tint wlie» the authonties lutndcd the. body of Kuni (the. banged murderer of Gossain, the mfoimer in a sedition trial) to m- lolatHCi tlin'v had no idaa it rras lo bi» Epeenlh honored by a fmiaral p- i e . Xow, ii, u ttattd that several rich Bengii'ib pioprwe to elect at Cliander yone a . monument of marole over . tlie -iss..i-. iii4 itilics, nitlt rfii inicription ...

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£20,000,000 EXTRA TAXATION. This Is What Great Britain Must Face to Beat Germany. FIVE MILLIONS FOR THE NAVY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

£20,000,000 EXTRA TAXATION. This Is What Great Britain Must face to Beat Germany. FIVE MILLIONS FOR THE NAVY. (Reuler's Servicp.l LONDON. Sunday. Tho'' Daily Chronicle (Liberal and Labour),- applauds tho Prime Minis ter's notable announcement in his Guildhall speccji, unit the Two-Power standard must bo maintained, and that Britain's scheme of naval construction must be re-tirranyed in order to ensure undoubted predominance. v It points out, however, that this in crease, in the number and rate of build ing battleships so costly as tho Droad noughts, which represent £2,000,000 eaoli ,by the time they are put in com mission, involves an increase in' tho Naval Estimates .of betweoiv.£5,000,000 and £6,000,000 a year. ? The 'Chronicle' fears that what with tho depression' in . trade, which must reduce his, revenue from existing sources, and the new responsibilities undertaken by tho Treasury in-, tho matter of Old Age Pensions, it will bo noeossnry for Mr Lloyd George; ? as Chancellor of...

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WESTRALIAN WOODCUTTERS' STRIKE. OVER 500 MEN THROWN OUT OF EMPLOYMENT. KALGOORLIE, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

' WESTRALIAN WOODCUTTERS' STRIKE. OVER 500 MEN THROWN OUT OF EMPLOYMENT. ['Truth's' Special Service] KALGOORLIK, .'v.oim,., . Tho^ Kurrawang woucl s-tnko', con tinues to cause great anxiety. , Tho Austrians (who pralpminuto in numbers) are obstinate. Tho Britishers havo finished their ne gotiations now, and intend to leave tho company to fix matters up with tho Austrians. Tho former refuse lo work under po Kco protection in their own country. Tlio leader of tho Austrians is Harold xnoinpson, a orowioror :Ulauao 'Thomp son, one-time prominent Laborite. Tho Britishers intend to. attempt to out and load to-morrow.^ ;; If they do the Austrians are suro to exhibit con sidorablo opposition, :?'?'. but whether ,. it will bo .physical opposition remains to ba seen.--. .../;? : ?,:::/? .;,':.;-:.;;-': ;.;/:-;,: ?.-. - Over '500 men orb;, tlirpwii 'put of work, and tho Government is tobo ap pealed to to tako.'actibU'Vf6' supply fuel for tlio Great Fingall Mine in order to prdrcut a threatened...

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SOCIALIST VICTORY. English Government Declines To Stigmatise Unemployed as "Loafers." UNIONIST NEWSPAPERS ANGRY. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

SOCIALIST VICTORY. English Government Declines To Stigmatise Unemployed as ' Loafers.' UNIONIST NEWSPAPERS ANGRY. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON .? Saturday. At tho instanco of tho Labor Party in ..he House of Commons .the Prime Minister (Mr. Asquith) has under taken to cancel a circular letter soiit by tho Local Government Board to Distress Committees dealing with the omploymont on relief tasks of i-eople out of work. Such committees had been asked to discriminate between artisians 'and loafers. Two disqualifications were imposed by the Committees. Mr John Burns, President of tliio Local Govern ment Board, promised to remove them, but in the circular he issiii'd tliu phraseology used was ? so vague that men professing Socialist opinions and men who refused work offered under harsh and unhealthy conditions might bo refused help. The Labor Party appealed to tho Prime Minister, and won. Ono of tile disqualifications sought to bo imposed was, thb, acceptance of similar relief within two ye...

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ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. CONTRACTOR ATTEMPTS TO TAKE HIS OWN LIFE. SYDNEY, Sunday Night [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. CONTRACTOR ATTEMPTS TO TAKE HIS OWN LIFE. '['Truth1*' Special Service.] SYDNEY. filimlnVNTicTlif George Boothby, a contractor, lesiding at Alexandria, was conveyed to the Hoi-, pital this morning, tillering from,, a ?wound in the throat. It is alleged the he cut his tin oat with a 'razor on returning home last night.

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