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BRIEF CABLES. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

BRIEF CABLES. - — . ? « ? (JUuter1* Serries.1 LONDON, Saturday. Mrs. Pankhurst, tho suffragette, has been released from Holloway Gaol ow ing to illness. The Xorth German Lloyd Company's new steamer George Washington (27,0Gu. ions) was launched at the Vul can shipbuilding yai'ds, Stettin, on Frb' .lav. The Scottish and Australian Invost mont Company in its last financial statement shows a profit of £42,558. It devotes £30,000 towards paying in terest for 11 J years on guaranteed 5 per cant stock, and carries forward £4006. In view of tho Sculling Handicap contest in July next, Barry, the Eng lish champion, 'who recently defeated. Towns, has decided that it would bo inadvisable to accept Mr. Mclntosh'n invitation to /;o to Australia. A Eorioo of international sculling liandieap racos havo been fixed for the latter port of July, tlio course being from Putney to Mortlako, on tho Thames. Colonial entries closo on May 1. Tho death is announced of Sir Richard Hieram Sankye, formerly Chiof ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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WEIGHTS FOR TATTERSALL'S RACES. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

WEIGHTS. FOR: TATTERSALL'S' RACES. ['Truth's' Special Seiviee.] ' ABEI^AIDE. Sunday Nicht. . The weights issued lor S.A. Tatter sail's meeting, to be held on November 21, are as follow: — . - J * ' Trial Handicap. — Nipper, 9.10; Lottie, 3.10; Naughty, 8.7; Peter Dawson, S3; Carl Rode, 7.8; Arguebus., 7.7; Boom, v 7.7; Durioon, 7.0; Loid Eminence, 7.0; Flag staff, 7.4; Musket If., 7.3; Earieycorn, 7.2; Captain Cook, 7.2;- Sunset, 7.0; Bvil let, 7.0; Marvel Locli, 7.0; Lady Emin ence, 7.0. ** ' Hurdlo Race— Galway Lad,. 11.7; Euchre, 11.0; Lockwing, 1D.10; Me mento,. 0.11; .Blondin,' 0.10; Marvellous, 0.10; Lival, 0.0; Marinyeri, !).7; Valiant, 9.3; llustie Maid, 9.2; Whisper, 0.0. November Handicap. — Destinist, 9.9; Lancelot, !).2; Kooringa, 8.13; Step Out, 8.13; Willy Wally, 8.0; Becky, 8.3; Boastful, 7.10; HoUpur, 7.8; Al Caaba, 7.7;- The Pretender, 7.4; Jliuble Maid, 7.3; ins .i-onor, 0.1 lj Carlingu, O.'J; Ellerstcne, H., G.v. Juvenile Handicap. — The Tinman, 0.7; Balmoral, 0.0...

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

S. A. Brewing Co., LIMITED. BREWERS and WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANTS. Draught and Bottled Ale and Stout, Winfi« and Spirite.

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360 MINERS KILLED. French President Telegraphs Sympathy To German Emperor. RECALLS COURRIERE DISASTER. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

360 MINERS KILLED. French President Telegraphs Sympathy To German Emperor. RECALLS COURRIERE DISASTER. FKeuter'» Serrice.l ' LONDON, Saturday. Tho disaster caused by an explosion of firedamp in tho Radbod^Mino, in tho town of Hamnn, in Westphalia, has resulted in an awful loss of life. Four hundred men wero entombed, llescuers brought 3G miners to tho sur face, but latest reports stato , that a aprond of flames has stopped all fur ther search, and it is known that 320 inon havo perished. ? LONDON, Sunday. ? Tho roll of victims is now shown to ? contain tho names of 360 dead. H President Fallieres, in a message to B tlio Kaiser, rocalls tho heroism of tho I Woslphalian minors, who came to tho H roscuo -of thoir comrades during tho B limilar disaster at Cor.rriero in France, H and succceeded in rescuing many lives. ? im that occasion German science (arm I ing the minors witu liclmets attached ? to knapsacks, containing chemicals I that automatically generated oxygen ? and absorbed the...

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SHAH PULLS UP. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

SHAH PULLS UP. (R«ut«r's StrricoO LONDON, Saturday. The Shah of Persia, in order to carry out thio wishes of Great Britain and Russia, and to restore tranquillity in his kingdom, has summoned tho mem bers of the Tabriz Anjuman to Tohorau, to nogotiato with him in re gard to ending tho rebellion in tho nortli-wostcrn portions of tho country.

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

' THE HKEIl, dniuaht or bottled, i manufactured by tho - i :? S. A. Brewing Co. j in llrokcu 7Ii!l i.-s not to be excelled [ in any other part ' of the C'oinmon {? wealth, so 'ft SUl'POUT LOCAL INDUSTRY.

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THE DEBT COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

fi DEBT COLLECTOR. Mra. Jenkn was making up her monthly accounts Her booko were ty.-o large sheets of cardboard headed 'Good' and 'Bad,' and it was an itom on the bad list that wns ab sorbing her attention. Mr. Diblay, the butcher from up the street, was waiting for a 1 ound of onions. 'But don't 'wry, Mrs. Jcnks,' he ?aid, agreeably; 'finish wat yer writin' fust.' ?'-??? 'What I'm wntm1!' said Mrs. Jcnks, stopping indignantly — 'what I've been writin' for tho last twelve months! It's them Grigsbys' bill. Four an' thruppenco their owin' me, an' them with no more idea of pay in' than nothin'.' - 'That's them,' observed Mr. Diblcy; 'ju»' . Wiiat they did t' me. Got ono an'-tuppenco worth o1 pork sausage* fcr tea goin' 'ome one night, an' sny« they'll pay in the mornin'.. I posted the bill till the stamps et it up, an' then I let' off eendin' it.' 'It ain't as if they're poor,' Mra. Jonka went on, dragging the onion bag from under the counter. 'It's jus' meanness. But I ain't fioiu' to...

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

BUSINESS NOTICES. J. POLK1NCHORNE and CO.. /CONDUCTS FUNERALS at Lowest \y Rates with tho most oxporioned and reliable assistants in tho trade. Letters, telephone and telograph messages attended to promptly. Telephone 259. NOTE. — Terms can bo arranged if re quired H. li. FROST & Co., GENERAL CARRIERS FORWARDING AGENTS.. FURNITURE REMOVED) etc., ' ? i THOMAS STREET ftoUTH. ' ' ' C307:33. 1 ,JAS. McLEisH, M Patton Street South Broke* Xlill. ON SALE . WOOD, CHAFF, BRAN, oATS, MAIZE, jl yjL,LARD WHEAT, : BARLEV, FLOUri, GHOCER1KS. THE BEST QUALITY at LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES going. Your ContrnctH for 1009— Get MY Prices and compare. C307:33.

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A.M.A. BALLOT. MR. W. F. ROWE HAS A FINAL WORD ABOUT REGISTRATION. (To the Editor "Barrier Daily Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

A;M.A. BALLOT. MR. W..F. -ROWE HAS A FINAL WORD ABOUT REGISTRATION. (To the Editor 'Barrier Daily Truth.') Sir.— Just a final word in reference to the A.M.A. ballot, and in support of registering under the Federal Arbitra tion Act. It appears to me that there are some persons who desire StriKe and i-jirifc at all times, and no matter at what cost. Strikes, like revolvers, are handy u-onnniis to OB DOBSCSScd of, bllt should not be brought into operation until all other reasonable means of a settlement have been tried and found wanting, nnd then should only he used by men who aro somewhat consistent, and who have the welfare of their fellow-men at heart. When men advocate strikes they must be prepared to, (show that they can finance same, for without some financial assistance the strikers must noon be scattered to the four .winds. Xo man has a right to advocate a atriKe unless he can reasonably show that tne strikers will, at all events, be kept from suffering the pangs of hunger. ??'...

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THE ROCKCHOPPERS STRIKE. SOME OF THE MEN INCLINED TO RESUME WORK. SYDNEY, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

THE ROCKCHOPPEBS STRIKE. SOME OF THE MEN INCLINED TO RESUME WORK. [' Truth'*' Special Service] SYDNEY, Sunday Night. The pro3ident of tho Water and Seworago Board repoited to a speoial mooting yostorday that -the president and- sccrotary of tho Sydney Labour Council had requested that tho work man C. 'Withers bo withdrawn from tho works, and that ho had declined to en tertain such a request. His ' action w as unanimously en ciorseu oy i-no iJoarel. It is gathered, while some of tho men ato inclined to resume work to monow, others aro determined not to do so until it is known what action tho Government intends i to tako with ic gard to tho prosecutions to bo hoard next week. - The Contrae.tors' Association havo intimated that they will lebumo woik to-morrow.

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

BUSINESS NOTICES. ? BOOT TRUTHS. , For Readers of ' Daily Truth.' For years past, in fact ever sinco we went into tho BOOT BUSINESS, our BIG BOOT DEPARTMENT has been looked upon by economical buyers as the homo of BOOT VALUES. This position wo'vo attained bv 'calling a spado a spado,' and by insisting that EVERY LINE WE OFEH, 'WHETHER IT BE A CHEAP SHOE AT, SAY 1/11 pair, or a FIRST CLASS BOOT AT 21/, shall bo THE VERY BEST THAT CAN BE OFFERED FOR THE MONEY. Our buying is dono wherever possible direct from tho makers of tho goods. WE PAY SPOT CASH AND CET THE HIGHEST DISCOUNTS, and w^vv satisfied with quite a MODEST PROFIT on our goods, trusting to the largo quantity wo soil for our success. If YOU'RE a lioot Client of ours we believe you'll readily endorso all this. IF NOT you'll possibly want proof, and. that's just .what wo'ro eager to give you. Como and give us an opportunity, to ' make good' all our statements. TO-DAY WE OFFER Men's Standard Screwed Bluchers, made of solid Leat...

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NEW ZEALAND ELECTIONS. POSITION OF PARTIES EXPECTED TO REMAIN UNALTERED. INTEREST IN THE LICENSING POLL. AUCKLAND, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

NEW ZEALAND ELECTIONS. POSITION OF PARTIES EXPECTED TO REMAIN UNALTERED. INTEREST IN THE LICENSING POLL. [ Tiuth's' Special .Semes] AUCKLAND, Sunday. At the New Zealand elections, to be held on Tuesday, Sir Joseph Ward's Government is assured of returning with as gieat a majority as it possessed in tho last Parliament. ? The Opposition will, it is thought, again havo a Party of about 20 in a Houso of 80 members. ? Tlio Licensing Bill outweighs the J^nrhanientary election in point of popular interest. Botli sides aro fiercely contesting tho issue, and both aro equally confident of success. ,. ? i Tho chances aro thai ' i eduction' will bb carried iii about a dozen con stituencies, while ,'no license'' 'may 1)0 carried in several otlieis. Tho Auckland prohibitionists arc vory sanguine of carrying tho final is sue, and the position is the same in Gisborno.

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

'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH1; DELIVERY. -;'.'::. ' Persons desiring our paper do- . : livered to thorn will please or ' ' dor from runners, or leave their names and addresses at the otlice. It is not true that any person has been given a monop oly for selling 'Truth' in any district. If your paper is not delivered satisfactorily, please . let us know. ? BUSINESS NOTICES. 'THE HOME MAKERS.' . ... ¥ JOOPER'S, 1 '™— | OUSE' FURNISHERS, JL JLlNDLEY STREET. Have Everything for Housekeeping. COUPLES ABOUT TO MARRY, AND PARTIES FURNISHING, Should Write for a Catalogue. , CATALOGUES FREE FOR THE ASKING. ~First Class Teitimonials have been received from Several Residents of Broken Hill who have Furnished at HOOPES'S PUNISHING ARCADE, HINDLEY' AND LEIGH STREETS, ADELAIDE. C307HIWS Perhaps You Don't Know the Cheapest Place in Broken Hill for Boots and Sbioes. Try BO AN BROS. FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR. Here's just half-a-dozen lines as a guide. Not special lots put out; like a bait, but regular stock prices ...

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THE SPORTING WORLD. CARRIER RANGES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

THE SPORTING WORLD. i by 'Giiuul Flaneur'.') BARRIER RANGES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Another sciios of mutches in tlio Harrier Tinnges Cricket Associations wns; com pleted on tlio Wuslctn and Alma OymIu on Salurdny.

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THE BALLOON ASCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

THE BALLOON ASCENT. Tho balloon ascont will tnko place on Saturday afternoon from tlio West ern Oval, whore there will nlso bo a programme, of athletic nnd cycling events carried out. For tho occasion tho orguuiscra have engaged Messrs. O'Donnoll and Becbe's famous Ameri can noronnuts, whoso intrepid assist ants will . giyo tho Broken Hill public an opportunity of witnessing tho sen sational balloon ascents and parachute descents, which liavo boon attracting largo audionces during tho last fort night on tlio Adelaide Jubilco Oval. During this exhibition tho greatest ex citoment prevailed, and ifc is 6.iid by tho Adelaide press that nothing more oxciting has over boon witnessed in any part of Australia. Messrs. O'Donnoll and Beobo have in their control a crow of four of tho most skilful aerial navigators, and tlio balloons aro stated to- bo tho largest in tho world. Tho balloon usually select ed, and which will bo used on Sa tur day, is named King Edward VII., and is 85ft. high, and ...

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ANARCHISTS AT WORK. BOMB EXPLODES IN NAPLES AT A PLOTTERS' RENDEZVOUS. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

ANARCHISTS AT WORK. BOMB EXPLODES IN NAPLES AT A PLOTTERS' RENDEZVOUS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. A bomb explosion has occurred at a .house in Xaples frequented by. Anarch ists. ' -l - When the police attended to us&ist in' rescuing 'victims they discover id 'the bony of'a woman under the min's, mid succeeded in' extricating two men, both uninjured.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. METAL MARKET. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

MINING INTELLIGENCE. METAL MARKET. (Router's Sorvic*.) LONDON, Sunday. Tho latest quotations on 'Change for metals aro : — Lead, £13/13/0 (unchanged). Copper, £63/15/— a fall of 5/ por ton. Tin, £138 por ton. Silver, 1/11 1-16— a fall of l-16d. per oz. ' .,

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LECTURING THE KAISER. How Dare He Hunt While Parliament Is Sitting. VERY PLAIN SPEAKING. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

LECTURING THE KASSER. How Dare He Hunt While Parliament Is Sitting. -:. ' VERY PlAiiTsPHKING. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Suiulny. The Cologne 'Gazette' which has taken the lead in piotestmg that the Kaisei oe taught his place and io quired to keep in it, and that the Con stitutio't should be so altctcd that Ms indiscreet intervention in foreign policy cannot leinii, now compli-ns Jiut his 31ajest.- is so ill advised as lo i h sent liiniHclt f loin the capital duimg the sitting ot the Reichstag Apparonth, the jouinal eo'itinuos, the Emperor pictends to considci dcbi'os in Pailiamcnt conccining his bluiiii ib so liisiiimficant that he need i.ot - - rupt eithei his shooting oi Couit '? li\ities In ?tttll mfoimrd quaiLcii n lU'ilin it is beho\ed tlmt Count Bulows's re deration m tlie l{eicli%i«!j to tlie pI]«iL that the Kmpcroi would in the fuciite cultivate gieatct tostne m icganl to State .iffanrt was mule without t'ic Iv.user's sanction The Conscnatne part- in tht Ilnii'e hab. issue...

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SHARE MARKET. ["Truth's" Special Correspondent.] ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

SHARE MARKET. , [' Truth's ' Special Correspondent.] ADELAIDE, Sunday. Tlio quotations on 'Chango yostor day were, as follow: — Proprietary, sales 44/G and 44/3, b. 44/4, s. 44/6. Block 14 (pref.), sales 13/6 and 13/3, b. 13/3. Block 14 (ord.), b. 13/6. British (old), b. .18/44, s. 18/0. British (now;, b. 17,', s. 17/3. Block 10, sales B4/6, b. 64/, s. 64/6. Junction, sales ' 2/11, b. 2/11 . a. 2/11*. Norths, b. 60/6. Souths (paid), salos 77/3 anxU 77/6, b. 77/3, s. 77/9. Souths (con.)-, b. 67/. South Blocks, sales 25/3, b. 25/lVi, s. 25/3, Junction Norths, b. 23/9. s. 24/. Sulphido Corporation, b. 8/6. Chaffers, salos 8/, 7/7, and . 7/10. Cumborlands, sales 4/5. Boulder Ones, sales 9/3. Main Reef, salos 7/7 and 7. Goldon Links, cales 6/1. Hannan's Star, 'sales- 6/0, 6/7, and 6/9. Mararoa, salos 21/3 and.21/4}. Mararoa Queon, sales 4fu. and 4d. North Mararoa, salos 1/10 and 1/9|. Melton, sales 1/4. Pathway Hills, sales 5Jd. and 5d. ? Waihi, sales 2/9 and 2/9J. O.K., salos 5/7, 5/8, ...

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MELBA'S SON'S WIFE. Secures a Divorce—Adultery And Cruelty Proved. SCANDAL AT THE METROPOLE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

ItlBA'S SOU'S WIFE. Secures' a Divorce— Adultery And ** Cruelty Proved. SCANDAL AT THE METROPOLE. (Router' a Sorvieo . ) LONDON, Sunday Mi 3 Armsttong, the wife of Ha'Hiuo :Melba's son, ; has' secured. a divorce from her husband Cruelty and adultery wcto alleged, .ind some e\traordmary ciidenco iu- gi\en Tin1 c.i i-!--\ oudent took loonii at Uie Hotel Metiopole, m Noithumb^rl in 1 A\enue foi himself and a lady M s Ainibtiong's agents traced him t!iuu-, and he wis diagged fioni unde tlm l.idj's bed ^Tho ladj's husband olairad £7000, and threatened tli.it tt this sum was not forthcoming he; would iiistitiive piOC'itlinga AUrs Armstrong was able to pi o.' the acts of ciueltj which the law ieq prod (in addition to adulten ) to iiKtifv di\ orce The case was u.uMeuded -uul die Couit 'rautid a dtcuo ni-.i

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