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LANG-GRIFFIN FIGHT. The Former Declared the Winner in the Fifth Round. CONTEST STOPPED BY THE POLICE. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
* LANG-GRm FIGHT. The former Declared the Winner in the Fifth Round. CONTEST STOPPED BY THE POLICE. ['?Truth's' Spsoial Serrico.] MELBOURNE, Moaiay Jfigkt. To-night th* Cyalorana wa* asrowisd with a dense ma** of thoas wka paid admiaclon to tho boxing contest !-»- twecn Bill Lang and Jim GriKa. Tho weights were announoad te b*~^ Lang, I3u., and Gr.ffin, Hit. 9'/^ lb. Jack McGows.n actcd as roferoe. At the commencement of th* first round, Griffin forced matters, jr.vapUg in and miK.ng the pace Tery willing. He sueccedcd in landing several heavy blows on his opponent's face, but Lang appeared to be very cool. He was evi dently allowing his antagonist do mo»t of the work with the idea of hi* tiring himself, and was evidently mersly look ing for an opening to doliver a knock out blow. r\ In the second round Lang did a grsat er share of the leading, and appeared t» be' making more of an effort. Both of the contestants received severe punchss in this' term.' In the third round, during som...
THE WOODCHOPPERS' TROUBLE. PROSPECTS OF A SPEEDY SETTLEMENT APPEAR BRIGHT. KALGOORLIE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
THE W00DCH0PPERS' TROUBLE. ? — » ? — . PROSPECTS OF A SPEEDY SETTLE MENT APPEAR BRICHT. I [' Truth's ' Speeial Service.] I KALGOORLIH, Monday Night. In connection with the Kurrawong tiin- i her trouble, Warden Firinerty has visited j the scene at the Premier's request, and i reports that the loaders commenced work and are not being interfered with. The outlook is also brighter at Cue. The Premier received a wire from the Mayor of Daydawn, asking for. assistance similar to tlmt given during- the recent strike at Kalgoorlie. The Premier- is now endeavoring to secure nn- adjustment of the difficulty, in the hope of being able to prevent the Great Fingall Mine from closing down. . . 1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
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FIVE YEARS FOR ABORTION. Westralian Nurse Sentenced to Five Years' Hard Labor. JUDGE'S STRONG REMARKS. PERTH, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
FIVE YEARS EOR ABORTION, j A Westraliau Nurse Sentenced to Five Years' Hard Labor. JUDGE'S STRONG REMARKS. t' Truth'* Special Service.] ' PERTH, Moaday Nishfc. ? The nurse, Harriet Graham, who wa* found guilty of procuring an abortion, was to-day sentenced to Ave year*' Im prisonment, with hard labor, by Mr. Justice Rootli. The .ludge laid .that there could be no doubt as to the rightouuncis of th# rcrdict arrived at by the jury. He wa* convinced that prisoner had committed tho offence, and in doing *o had nearly brought about the death of the woman on whom the. operation had been per formed. It was, unfortunately, only in cases where a woman had been brought almost to the point of death that the crimes of women such as the prisoner were de tected. It was a most heineous offence against nature, of which accused had been found guilty, and one which tended to destroy decent society entirely. _ . It provoked immorality, and very ofton led to murder. It was impossible for him, sitting--...
BOOM IN UNITED STATES. A Million Men Recently Unemployed Now Busy. STOCKS ARE £400,000,000 UP. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
BOOM IN UNITED STATES. A Million Men Recently Unemployed Now Busy. STOCKS ARE £400,000,000 UP. ' (R«ut®r's 8®rric®.) LONDON, Monday. The 'Express,' of New Y'ork; has been making a special inquiry into tho market ralues of principal stocks of the stsite of the labor market three months ago, anil a week after the result of the President ial election. In publishing the result#, the journal announces that the securities listed — commercial stocks likely to be affected by a change of fiscal policy — have appreci ated to the extent of £400,000,000 dur ing the period under review. Equally significant is the result of the 'Express's ' comparison of tlie state ol the labor market. The uncertainty as to the effect of a change in administration, and other causes, so affected trade that hundreds of factories shut down or went on half time, and the flood of emigrants turned to instead of coming from Europe. The ' Express ' reports tlmt a full mil lion of artisans recently out of employ ment, are...
THE WESTPHALIAN DISASTER. MR. FISHER RECEIVES A REPLY FROM THE GERMAN VICE-CONSUL. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
THE WESTPJ1ALIAN DISASTER. MR. FISHER RECEIVES A REPLY FROM THE GERMAN VICE CONSUL. J ['Truth'* ' Special Scrvice.J MELBOURNE, Monday Night. In connection with the me«*age ul sympathy sent by Prime Minister Fiilier to the bereaved of the We»tphalinn min ing disaster, the following cable has been received from the German Vicc-Consnl : — 'Your telegram was immediately des patched to Berlin. Please accept my assurance that your deep-felt words M ill be echoed amongst Germans in all parts of the world, particularly by thousands of Germans in Australia. 1 am instruct ed by Prince Bulow, Chancellor of the German Empire, to convey to you the warmest thanks of the Imperial Govern ment. I shall be glad if you will let the people of Australia know how muc-i Germany appreciated their kind, fad ings.'
THE ROCKCHOPPERS' STRIKE. Men Will Stay Out Unless Prosecutions Are Withdrawn. WITHERS OFFERS TO RESIGN. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
THE ROCKCfiGPPERS' STRIKE. Men Will Stay Out Unless Prosecutions , Are Withdrawn. x ? ? 1 WITHERS OFFERS TO RESIGN. [' Trutk'j ?' Sptnal Strrico.] | SSDNIV, Monday Kiiht. All tke Sotkthoppars rwunad w«rk to-day. Th* contractor* tliii morning dMlinod to give any work to Withers on any of the S«wsr*s« Board'* job*. Wither* now retir««, and no further trouble i* anticipated, unlen* the impsnd i*g *ummon*e* ar« proc««dad with. Lattr. The Water Board is insisting on tho re-initatoment of Withare at th« works «t Willoughby. The position of the Hockchop])cr» i» now a* acute a* ever. A gang of over 50 member* of the Rockehopper*' Union put in an appear ance at Willoughby this morning, and announcod that pursuant to arrange ment* made, they were prepared to re start operations. Jiut at the critical moment, Withers appoarcd on the scene, and declared his preparedne** to commence work. There upon the Unionists decided to approach tho ganger and secure an explanation or the position. That offic...
TO PREVENT COTTON STRIKES. MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL INVITES MASTERS AND MEN TO FORM CONCILIATION SCHEME. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
TO PREVENT COTTON STRIKES. MR.' WINSTON CHURCHILL IN VITES MASTERS AND MEN TO FORM CONCILIATION ^ SCHEME. (Reuter's Servioe.; LONDON, Monday. | j Mr. Winston Churchill has invited the J Manchester associations, both of em ployers and employed, to meet a repre sentative of tho Board of Trade in order to soo whether some agreement can be come to that will mako impossible such a lock-out as that which has just cost the cotton eountv £7,000,000, the men the loss of £1,000,000 in wages, and £200,000 Union funds. His proposal is that a committee or tribunal should bo created, charged with tlio duty of ascertaining tho ac tual stato of trade, and tlio establish ment.of a Conciliation Board to prevent disputes. If delegates at tl'o proposed confer ence can formulate a scheme, it is to be submitted to tho different organisa tions concerned for ratification, and then should have binding effect, as in the case of the Brookland agreement, which has been in force for many years.
THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
THE SPORTING WORLD.' (l)y 'Grand Flaneur.'') TUFTS OF TURF. While on his way to India, Mr. Bal dock, agent for Mooltan's owner,- had to .er.ve tlie boat at Frcmaiitle,- owing lo the illness of his wife, who 'subse- quently died there about a fortnight ago. Tho well-known Victorian' bookmaker,: K. Kelly, whose license wns only re cently renewed by tho V.R.C., whs tho biggest winner over Lord Noliuis .victory in the Melbourne Cup. ' . . j Speaking to Hopwood the other, day, lie told me that after the Moouco Val ley raccs lie wns just congratulating liim ie!'f upon his good fortune in escaping the influenza scourge with' 'Firepan;. ana Carl Dour, when tlie latter Inet with trouble in another direction, being -gal- loped on in tlio .Toontk Handicap, and ?was consequently, at once put aside. Hopwood said-, lie felt this stroke oi' ill . .luck keenly, more especially .when Tulkeroo ran such a great nice . in tlie Ciutllicld Cup, because .Carl Dour in every gallop had hfild ILfi Simmer, ls...
CO-PARTNERSHIP. Sir Christopher Furness Guarantees Twelve Months' Work to His Shipyard. NOW LENT TO THE WORKERS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 17 November 1908
CO-PARTNERSHIP Sir Christopher furness Guarantees Twelve Months' Work to His Shipyard. . NOW LENT TO THE WORKERS. [Reuter's Service.] LONDON, Monday. In order to inaugurate his partnership Bcheme in the right spirit, Sir Christopher Furness, Liberal Member for Hartpool, and head of the great ship-building llrm of Furness, Witty, and Co., Ltd., on the Tync, has personally placed an order with his late employees for twelve steam er!. It is believed that his partners will follow his example, and order another dozen ships. As the capacity of the vards is fully represented by twenty-four hulls a year, this means that the men will enter upon their co-partnership with the guarantee of a twelve-month's full work. [This is a happy beginning of the best opportunities ever offered , to skilled workmen, to demonstrate that copart nership is better than individual owner ship. The suggestion came from Sir Christopher in the early part of October. There had been strikes in the engineering tnule, a...