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PROPRIETARY MINE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

PROPRIEATRY MINE DE SPATCHES. Tho despatches from tho Broken Hill Proprietary Mino to Port Pirio for tlio week ending November 11 wore as follow: — Mill products, 1,706 tons (in cluding 182 tons of sintered slimes), zinc concentrates, 891 tons — making a total of 2,597 tous.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PHILLIPINES TIMBER. POSSIBLE TO OPEN UP A LARGE TRADE WITH AUSTRALIA. BRISBANE, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

PHILIPPINES TIMBER. ? ? ? POSSIBLE TO OPEN UP ALARCE TRADE WITH AUSTRALIA. [' Truth's' Special Service.] BRISBANE, Sunday Night. Mr. A. G. Francis, lepreseniing Millers . Roirri Jarrah Timber Com-' paiiy, is n passenger by tho steamer Ivamura Maru from Manilla. In an interview ho stated thoro^was a plentiful supply of good timber in tho Phillipines, but it / was not yot opened up.' When that wero brought' about, ' a . largo trado in timber would bo done with Australia.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BARQUE WRECKED. FOURTEEN HUNDRED TONS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE LOST. MELBOURNE, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

A BARQUE WRECKED. FOURTEEN HUNDRED TONS OF CENERAL MERCHANDISE LOST. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Sunday .Night. Tho four-mastod barquo ' Falls of Ilalladalo,' 2,0d0 tons, bound -i'iom Now York to Melbourne, struck '-- tho rocks near Curilius Inlet, :u Peter borough, duimg a hc\a\y spa eailv on Saturday morning. Two boats wero lowered promptly, com eying tho crew, uumbciing JiH, aafelj ashoie, aftei tlnee hours' haitl nnllinp*. The b.unuo hos submerged up to tlio main rigging at a dibt.meo of 200 yaids from tho shoio. Sho^ is iast breaking up, wicckago and cargo baing washed ashoro. ' Tho captain, D. AV. Thompson, says that all nas noil up to midnight on Friday. Ho is unablo io -account for tho mishap. All tho cargo will bo lost, consist ing of 1,400 tons general nieichnndiso, consigned to Mossrs Homy JJcny and Co , \ alucd at £20,000. Iho bat quo left New Yoik on August ?1, and favorable weather was experi enced for tho most part of tho journey. She is owned by T. Law ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICAN GRAFT SCANDAL. Prosecuting Counsel Murderously Assaulted in Court. BY SALOON KEEPER. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

AMERICAN GRAFT SCANDAL. — -* — Prosecuting Counsel Murderously Assaulted in Court. -. . BY SALOON KEEPER.. '(Keutor'ii Service.) LONDON, Sunday. Dining the timl of Abraham Ruef, the San Tianciseo Graftu, Tianeis Hcnev,_ the Difitnct Attorney who prosecuted ex Major St-limit/ (Ruff's pimcipal m the ?chenies of conuption) wan murderously aRcnulted in couit, .mil i believed to be | d-mg ' - ! Hi* ii33.uunt vai a saloon keeper | mimed Moms. Unas lluau i-as at once arrosteil, with the smoking icxolvei in I Ins hand t , lie pu(s foiwaul his justification Chat Ins business lias beoii mined by Heney,/ and that out of ie\onge lie hnd deter mined lo shoot him [The gang oi bladvgu.it ds implicated in the mriii/mg eonspiiiuii'i, by which the utfin* oi Sjii t i mici-ao liw heen lobbed of millions, .ue ovilenUy detcnmncd to eniplov e\en imuilei it M an\ chance thev can slnj the li.inil of the law It took ten weeks to empanel a jui\ to le comment c the lu.il of Him, who in July last N.a ndnutlcd t...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER. ATTORNEY-GENERAL REFUSES TO FILE A BILL. SYDNEY, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER. ? ^ ? ATTORNEY-GENERAL REFUSES' TO FILE A BILL. _[' Truth's ' Spoeial Service.] SYDXEVT, Sunday Xight. The-. Attorney-General has decided not to file a bill against Dr. Elsie F. Brown, who wus committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter, in connection with the death of the' infant child of Annie Kear ney. , -,

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHINESE EMPEROR DEAD. Supposed to Have Had Dysentery Off And On For Five Months. REGENT AND HEIR APPOINTED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

CHINESE EMPEROR BEAD. Supposed to Have Had Dysentery Off And On For five Months. REGENT AND HEIR APPOINTED. (Reuter'a Service.; LONDON, Sunday. The Emperor of China is reported to' bo dying. He lias been transferred to the !' Death'' Chamber in the Forbidden City Edicts have been issued under' the ver nullioi lioal, appointing Fnnee Chun as regent ad interim, and announcing that riinee Puyi is to be lcgaided as heir pre sumptive JLONDOX, later k The Empeioi is demT Later Palace repoits state that the Emperor died on the night of the 10th Novcmbei, but it is ofiiualh staled that he died j estei day Tlie Boai-l of Foreign AHans announe ed that the Uowiger ]]mprcss is also moi tally ill 1 fin Julj it was leporled that the Km 'perot of China hud been ill foi s^eral dais It \\.\n impobBiblc to asccitain thenatmoof Ins Majostj's maladj, be cause Western medical science is bairetl fioni the Tilace Reports indicated, how e\ei, that the illness was cljsenteij Tlio Dovragei Empress 6ideied th...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC SERVICE V. Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

PUBLIC SERVICE V. Y.M.C.A.' With tlio loss of one wicket for. P5 the Public .Service team continued .'their,' innings, Stnmnoro and MolVat being Ihe not out men. Stiinirioro'- opened to tlio bowling of tomerville. Rnwlings honied at llic otiicr end, and his third bull bi ought a single from a neat cut by Moffct. btanmorc scored another two oil the sumo bowler by a drive. Runs were commit -vow slowlv until Mof fat, by a nvll-timcu glroLc, pulled one to the Ivmml.irx. His i-u.\.{ stioko, how evei, piuwil t-U'&i.roiui, ior ho hit it in.o i m' slip?, wheic lni was caught l-y h.r a »ub. .-itk'iiison was tho next man in, but alter only sscoiiug u .single with a hit to coi'tr point, was yorked by ltiiw lii'i's Ruwlinps was bowling with gooil length, a sligut leg ~fyi cult, and was gouc-.illy geu.ug w lot of woik on. He, however, sent down a ihort-pitehed ball to Hiaiimoic, who plinetl bad;,, and the stump .was shifted. uiantnore played a well-judged innings, and prob ably would lim...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPRIETARY V. WILLYAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

PROPRIETAHY V. WfLLYAMA. The Proi)riolury team. sulTcrcd . their first defeat for the season by beiiig bunt fii by the Willyamas. The Proprie tary's rather poor score .of ' last Satm tlay (Ii2) against their opponents' 85 ' left them v.-itli 108 to get in a little over an hour. In the Beeond innings of tne \* illyama team iluller w»s the lii'hr--l setircr, having reached 71 be fore h' whs ciUi^ht by McKie off the bow'.l-.ii! --i C-»wl. WVllin-ton also batted well for 37. The batting of the other members of the team wns rather disappointing. The Propiietaiics went into bat a seeoiuL, time, and had lost three wickets for 77' runs when stumps iveie dlttwn, allcl'Me being not out 38, and licnncy no« out 14. Tho \Villyamas therefore won on the Ihst innings by 23 runs. Vhe following are the scores: — ' - ' WILLYAMA. Firot Innings ? -. ? 85 Second InningB. Wjillaeh, c. Webber, D. Bcnney ? ,7 1'rior, b. Bcnney ? '. g V. Johns, c. Bcnney, b. AVcbbor ? ' 5 duller, c. MeFie, b. Cowl ? ' 71 McD...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL v. SOUTH MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

BROKEX KILL v. SOUTH JUNE. l'he_ match between the Broken Hill and South Mim teams w-is continued on the Alma Oral. In their fust iuniuM the Broken Hill team scoied 180 again»t their opponents1 125. Jn th» second inn ings they had lost two wick ets for 117, when the inn ings was doclaied closed, Seareey being not out 4», and Soane not out 11. - At the di awing of stumps the Soutk Mine had ,lo«t seven wickets for 56, con aoquently the BioVcn Hill team won o» tl|B firdt inuing* by ..j runs. Scoics : — BROKEN Jirr.L. , Firit Innings ? 1J0 Second Iiin'iiigs. Searey, not out ? ^g Straehan, c. CliancIIrr, b. Mitchell 43 '?Mall, c. and b. Mitchell ? .' t-. dqane, not out ? 7 1 j Sundries .» ? -....... 5 Total (for two wicket?) ' ? 117 Innings declared closed. ? Bowling analysis .— ilitchell, two wic cets for ;!0 runs ; Jloiris, nil for 30 ; Las cock, nil for 15; iroCaithy, nil for 24: Langnian, nil for: 2!l. SOUTH :.1IXE. Fir%t Innings ? '. . 12.3. Second Innings. Mitchell, not out ? n Lan...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMUSEMENTS. ABDULLAH'S ARABS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

AMUSEMENTS. ABDULLAH'S ARABS. Tlio Arabs at the Crystal Theatre, it may be said at once, live up to their poster reputations, 'ihis is ho rare that the statement conveys the highest com pliment to the marvellous Jloors. Some times people estimate the worth of a performance at f-0 per cent, below the lurid virtues of the hoarding announce ments, or even a smaller figure. The real is often a lamentable fall from the ideal, nnd the public has grown to be sceptical. All this can be dismissed from the mind as far ns the Twelve Arabs are eon-, cerncd. They picture nothing they can not do, and they do a great deaf more than they represent in the posters. Their work defies adequate description. Nothing like it has been in Broken Hill before. Extraordinary strength is al lied to extraordinary skill, and the re sult is ' an astounding display of strength and agility. it is a genuine acrobatic exhibition beyond almost (he biggest sensation of the imagination. Here is muscle in its noble form, ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

J. GOFPAGE, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, ARGENT STREET. FIRE INSURANCE AND CENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Telephono 362. c307:306. 'CURE ADJUSTMENTS. —If suffering J. loss by firo placo your affairs in tlio hands of.tbo undersigned, who will secure fair treatment for you at reason able charges. J. 11. Bowering & Son. c317mwf6316.

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BILLIARD CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY LINDRUM BY OVER 5,000 POINTS. SYDNEY, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

BILLIARD CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY LINDRUM BY OVER 5,000 POINTS. [' Truth's '. Special Service.] ? SYDNEY, Sunday Night. Tlie match (14,000 up) between Lindrum the boy champion, and Charles Mcmmou, for ,the'r Professional Championship of Australia, was concluded on Saturday night. ?.-..-.. Lindrum won in brilliant styie by S,fi88 points. The scores at the conclusion were : Lindrum, 14,000 ; I'.cmmott, 8,312. During the last session, Memmott only scored H8, while the boy champion strung together 034. The latter put up a break of 200— no less than 2137 being off the red. This constitutes a record for Australia.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

SUNDAY NICHT CONCERT. At the Theatre Eoyal last, night, a sacred concert was given by the members of ' the Empire Hall Company.'- The rational concerts are as a rule held in the Empire Hall, but tho management have reverted fibm that arrangement, and now' intend holding their concerts in ' the Theatre ltoyal, to suit the convenience of their patrons. The selections giyeiulast night consisted of solos,' duets, trios, and quartccteb, and, generally- speaking, wore of a very high standard. An evenness of tone was* maintained right throughout, and the blending of the'voices left little to be desired. The concerts will be con tiniied every Sunday night.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXCITING BOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

EXCITING BOLT. On Saturday afternoon nt nbout 1 o'clock mild excitement was caused in Chloride Sticet, by the sight of a liorso attached to a cart madly careering down towards Messrs, Mcgaw and Hogg's auction mart from the. direc tion of Argent- Stroet. Tho affrighted animal belonged to Mi. Ueynolds, a con fectioner of South Hrokcn Hill. 'A sale was going on at the mart at the tiino, and a number of vehicles wefo standing outside, one of which was Mr. Mogaw's sulky, with which a col lision occurred. The liorso turned a complete someisault, and was badly cut about' tlio knees, and tho two shafts of tho cart were broken. No one, how ever, was injured.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOM MANN AT PORT PIRIE. Asks Clergymen To Declare Against Seven Shifts A Week. WANTS 99½ PER CENT. IN UNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

TOM - MANN 'AT PORT PIRIE isks Clergymen To Declare Against Seven Shifts A Week. WANTS 99^ PER CENT. IN UNIONS. . Js'ot only aro the men organising rapidly in tho various unions at l'prt Pilie. but definite stops are being taken to bring the unions together for con centrated action. Rules have been drafted and delegates appointed. by the various unions to unite the forces. . The unions at present concerned are the A.M.A.. x\.W.A., Engincdrivois and Firemen. Masons, and the Flour Mil lers' Union with a total mcnibci'bhip ol 1S1.). This is a great advance on tho membership of a month ago. A gient deal of discussion has token plaee among tho members heio on the lion -recognition of the .Port Pirio men us- members' of thu Broken Hill Confer ence, but bince the icturn of Messrs. Ravoji'ph, Shinuick, und Loan opinion is now iavorablo tol'ort Pirie men hand ling their own cabe with the Proprietary .Mine, and are pleased at the report given by itho delegates that the Com bined Unions of r B...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REVOLT OF WOMAN. Open Air Address By Miss Lizzie Ahern. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

THE REVOLT OF WOMAN. Open Air Address By Miss Lizzie Ahern. a I The Hippodrome was crow-dud to the I doors lujjt night, when Jliss Ahern do I livcri-d u stirring address, entitled 'The I Ilormt of Womijn.' t- Some excellent I son#s were contributed by Jliss Ethel 8 Leslie and Mr. Morley, and moving pic 1 tines and songs by the children were I given nt intervals. The chair was ocuu I pied by Mr. A. K. Wallace. ? Sliss Alicrn said tlio. title of her nd H dress, ' The Revolt of Women,' wns 8 chosen by her on account of rending a I 'letter which appeared in a Broken Hill 1 paper recently. To understand the re n volt of women, they must go back to I tliu days of primitive civilisation. 1'er I Imps there wns no force which had liiil I itutcd so lmich against the position mat | woman should hold in society and I ujpinst her advancement than the force i of the Christian Church. From tiie I curliest of its teachings, from its very in i ception, the position of woman has been I described as o...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

This office is open on Sunday night, cs well as every other , night (except Saturday), to ro ccive advertisements for inser tion in the morrow's paper.

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PULPITS AND PEWS. Summaries of Sermons Preached in Barrier Churches on Sunday. Rev. Edgar Arnold preaches on "The Immortality of the Church." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

PULPITS AND PEWS. Summaries of Sermons Preached in Barrier Churches on Sunday. 1 Rev. Edgar Arnold preaches on ' The Immortality pf the Church.' I In ihe Xicholls Street (Railway Town) Methodist Church, 'on Sunday 'eveninjr, the Hov. Edgar Arnold preached from John \iv., 10, 'Because 1 live yu nhall live also.' The subject was called '? Tlio Immortality of the Sold.' Christ's death was drawing nigh. ]iL. eudcavois to prepaio his disciples for the tragedy. They misunderstand His piom icies, but i'n the light, of subsequent cvcnU tho nieaning becomes apparent. These wore what .me text suggested. Tlio fear of death has been shown to be 'a weakness. Bacon says, 'Men four death, as children fear to go in the dark.' It might be so, but for the glorious truth i-f our text. The piesenco of death in spires a feeling of awe. Tho unknown always inspires wonder. It is this sense of the unknown which- inspires our. awe of death, and the question ?which death raises intensifies the emotions. Only...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENEFIT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

BENEFIT CONCERT. : j A- benefit entertainment will be given in. the Town Hall to-night, at which, it is Jibped there will be a rocord'attendance The beneficiary, will be Mr. Sam Deed, who has always in the past been among the foremost of those organising benefits for comrades in need. Mr. Deed is at present in' the Broken HilKHospital, lint it is the desire of those Kettinsr up the concert that he was to be sent away for some months to a climate that will bene fit him. The performers at to-night's concert will bo Miss es ltyan, K. Gray. l-'ranei.s, Ida Angore, (liles, Beaumont, Bath, and Messrs. Xcwburv, Con-in, Walcon, and Virgo. Mr. .1. ,l'. Corrcll's A.B.C. Panto mine will give some items that arc sure to bo appreciated. Tickets are 2s. and

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAVEL AND BLADDER TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 16 November 1908

CRAVEL AND BLADDER TROUBLE. ' For somo years I had boon a great sufferer'' from diseaso _of tlio - kidneys. Tho attacks were often so severe- as to make- lifo a burden, to mo. My urine was constantly filled with gravel or sand-liko sediment. Urinating; was att'oiidcd with, scalding ' sensations. The disoaso was slowly but : .'surely 'im- uermimiig my constitution,,.. - wiion, hearing Warner's Safe Curo' highly spoken of, I began to take it. In a short timo a quantity of gravelly ^sedi ment passed from mo,' and I began to feel better. As I continued to take tho medicine my health improved, and in a short timo my linno bocamo clear amV was voided without pain. By taking' only a -few bottles oi iho Safe Cure I was quito, restored to health. Since that timo 1 have -'ud no rotuni of tho complaint.11— From Air. Alex. Wallaso, 57 Wnkcfield &-i--ct, Adelaide, S.A. ' About fivo years ago I was buffer ing from a very sovoro attack .of in flammation of tho bladder 'and terrible pains i...

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