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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
WEATHER FORECAST. Tlie oilicial weather for-cast, i-siu'd at^iioon yetcrday for N.S.W, icail i.s follows-.— ''Weather still unSi-tlleil, though fine ami hot for this mo'-t ]-;ut.. Isolated showers and thunder :u'e still likely in places. North winds.'' ,\r ? That for South Australia w'.xs as un der: — 'Still unsettled, 'cloudy, closi:, and temporal ily liiier, with showers lat^r, and cool, refreshing noith and .vjitlli winds.' i ' ' -v ' ' , The atmospheric conditions yesterday were -still unsettled, hot and , sultry weather prevailing. The maximum tem perature on Sunday was i)0 dcgiees in tho shade; with the barometer low and falling.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
BUSINESSS NOTICES. AUSTRAL CAFE, Aigcnb Street, No\t Goblo Hotel ALL MEALS Qd. Board, 14/ per week (cribs and sup pois included), tickets, 8/ pei do/en PI11L CONROY, J'lopuetoi. BOARD 18/ ix:i week c30rths :30G. T OOK, IlEREfs THE POINT This is the 'Barrier Daily Truth',' but another daily truth is that v CHARLTON is tlio Best Man to Purohaso your. l-'RUIT and VEGETABLES from. Givo Him a Trial. Best Quality, and price's right. J. R. CHARLTON, MICV feTllEEl', oil Biomido Stieet (Ijato G nidi's.) ?Watch for the Yellow- Cart. C307-335. TRAMWAY BUILDINGS, ARGEN'l STREET SOUTH COLUMBIA CYCLES. Columbia Fico Wlioel £10 10 0 Hartloid Fieo AVheol 9 10 0 Vedette Fieo Wheel 7 7 0 Crown Special B S A 10 10 0 down USA I'attouib 770 These- Bicycles and Puces aio all new and guaranteed. Wo ha\c a frood stock of Second hand Bicjeles fiom £3 10/, all otci hauled and in good order Also, Phono'giaphs and Edison'b Re-- ooi ds stocked Call' and 'Inspect. W. BANKS. Gomel GOBA1jT\ikTv OXIDE -~ STREE'JS. ...
BRASS BANDS' FATE AT BALLARAT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
BRASS BANDS' FATE AT BALLARAT. 'To tho Editor. Sir, — Those of our townsmen Who won der why our bands have not brought piizos from or oven been placed at the Grand National Enstcildford thin year should bear in mind the remarks '.of;-. Mr. Fred Sutton, made at the distribution 'of prizes after the competition. The play ing, ho said, had never before. beeii of uuuii'a high standard.. Wo have had to meet bettor rivals. Possibly we might have done better under a different system of judging. Mr. Short treated the' Now Zealanders as only on« point short of perfection ..in a test, and not much above half tho pos sible marks in own selection; That, of course, was absurd. It seems to me that he paid too much attention to opening oi baud; if you began well lie watched you carefully and gave you full points; if you begun badly, no matter how you improved later on, he gave you little at tention. I am not suggesting that wo would' have carried off a trophy, but I do think wo should havo been be...
BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY. Contaminatio n[?]of Stephen's Creek Reservoir. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY. Contaminatio n of Stephen's Creek' Reservoir. By direction of the Broken Hill Water League, a member of that body has brought under, the notice of the Mayor (Mr. -J. JI. Jvey) the fact that there in a constant contamination of the only water supply of the 'town — the Stephen's . Creek reservoir — all tlie near creeks being filled with a crowing bush or tree, commonly known, as the tobacco tree. . A resident of t he catchment area ' quite recently saw raga, stained with filth of an objectionable nature, floating about in the reservoir. This gentleman is prepared to give nvidonee before 'the Board if required. It is pointed 'but '.that if it is necessary to apply such strict supervision over pig geries, surely the foregoing needs tho attention of 4he Board. ^ It is to be hoped that the above wiU'aet as a warn ing, as strict attention to sanitary mat ters on the part of citizens might save tlie authorities a deal of trouble in their uil'orts to safeguard the i...
ROCKGHOPPERS IN COURT. SECRETARY RYAN FINED £30 FOR INSTIGATING THE STRIKE. Three Other Executive Officers Charged. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
ROGKGHOPPEHS ifj COORT. SECRETARY RYAN FINED £30 F0R INSTIGAT ING THE STRIKE. Three Other Executive Officers Charged. ('Barrier Daily Truth' Service.) SYDNEY, Momliiv Niirlit. 1 ho case in which ,) R\an, secretary, of the Uock Choppers' .Union, in being proceeded agitinst, under .Section -12 of tliu Indnstnal Disputes Act, was' con- tinued to dav, befoie Judge lleydon. Charles Rhodes, Chief Inspector of the Watei mid Sen ei ago Board, stated in his evidence that the ? cmulovees Wished a man named Withers dismissed, because he had flouted the Union. Witness infoimcd .Rjan that the mas ters would not: dismiss Withers, where upon Ryan replied, '.Very well, then, we will have to strike '' The stiike, he said, caused a lot of trouble to defendant. Four of five man had lemiuncd at work .iftoi the major ity of the cmplojces bail ?struck. Ryan did not ask him (witness) to have Wilheis lemmed to aiiotlier section of the Works, but lie understood' that a re quest of th.'t kind had been made t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
, BUSINESSS NOTICES. VV. J. GEORGE. CUIAI'TT JIEECUANT and FAMILY / - GftOOBIl Eveiy Lino of tho BolSt Qualitj Tolephono No 4 j Established 18S8 c307tlif 300 DENTIST. Telephone 3.7.. SOO Argesnt .St. i ? ? t ,.^.,.... ? CdO7.:3O(ixIIS ^N EORGE WARD. UUILDEll AND CONTKACl'Olt. TELEPHONE 350. Placo your Orders'. whore thcro is a guarantoo of reliability. llesidenco— JIORGAN STREET. c307tf:120.
SHACKLES FOR KAISER. German Press Demands that Emperor be Stopped from Meddling. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
SHACKLES FOR KAiSEB, German Press Demands that Emperor be Stopped from Meddling. [Reuter's Service.] i LONDON, Monday. Tim Berlin Press coiitiimes to he gicatly incciibcd at tho grots slupulilj of Count Bulow mid the Gorman Toreigu OPitc, in haiing permitted thi- publita tion of the Kaisci's ' mubs of nidisuc tions.' * ' ? The ' Tiiglicho Hundo^han ' slated that the ollicu.l e\plan.ition will not dis aim cntiLisni The lole the Enipeioi plajcd is still clear. But Count Bulov uliosc special function it is to guard TIis Impel ml master against gauchoi ics, stood helplessly bj, and the Ofiiee foi yoieign Afliuis, which was dueetlj consulted, plajcd the p.ul of a cowaidlj adMSCi All Gcinun imliiot1! this journal con tunics, must feel bowed down with caie, and this 'incident-abundantly pioM-sUiat the Kaihci niles alone m all \\\^~ ?-' in teinationa! policj, while thu peiinns constitutional!} lesponsible foi guiding and checking him aie degiadcd to the le\el ol a chorus, winch is obliged t...
Concerning Live Men and Women. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
Concgrniftg Live Men and Womefe. Our Hobait conspoiulont vuiu-b; '-.\r. thur Rue, the well-known A.\»,U. Or' ganisei-, on arriving hero from Sytbier after spending a few days with his old friend, 'u«ppcr.' Woods, M.H.A., lett for the Taasie JAdlands, where ho takes up oiganising woik among the shecp-kinm on behalf of the union in conjunction witn local secretary, Tea iivans. Shear ing is just starting iu Tasmania, and it is hoped that a large number (if ehedj wiU be brought under union conditions.' ' * ft , * 0 4 'Mr. W. C. Croplin has anived from San FrancisCo' en route for White CtiiTs opal fields, where lie intends doing a large business in opal buying. Mr. Coulin was at San Francisco at the time of the earth und lield',' and lire have left a lasting in\. presBion , of horror on ln'3 mind. Tho bouse in which he lived was completely demolished, and ho owes hi? life to tliii / presence of a large stone, and some heavy articles of fuimturo that were in the room, these, prevented the...
T. E SPORTING WORLD. Gawler Acceptances. ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
Ye sporting world. Gawler Acceptances. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] ADELAIDE, Monday Night. ; The nrei'ptiuifes for the Ciinvler; races, of Xovi'inlier '.), are ns follows :— ...'?'? riluitli'ii Handicap. — Tho Boatswain, Arctunis, Flagstaff,. Barleycorn,^ Rustic JIniil, Marvel Loch, Sunshine,.1*' Sunny Hill, Trcnto, Captain Cook, Coraggio, Sunset. Lady Eminence, Lord Eminence, Thunder Clap, JKss. Conjuror, Goolwa, and Kaolin. ' '/ . \ ' ;..,' ??'?-'? ;' llimliiw. — Hotspur, . Current^ '; His Honor. Valiant, l'lugger Bill, Lord Sap:. lihiro, ]lrown Bernie, The'' Chief, Mar rclloun, Whisper, Memo,i:aiul' Iiivai. ' Trial Stakes.— Frco Toil, .Carl Rose, Diiiroon, Slonatoi-, Herdsman, Siiu-. simile. Lord Eminence/.Sunny Hill, and ])lue Moon. ?'??? ';'.;;;?'. ':'.\/.. ; ;; Hauler ITandicap.-r-Kooririga, . Pro-, tender, Hotspur, Sea, Swell, -Mont Pelee, Levee, and Ellerstene* IT. ' ? ' ?;', ; .' ' . Gawler Steeplechase.— Homo, Val: moml, Livnl, Pastime, Kate, r Goldfinch; l'lupgcr Bil...
Anticipations, Comments, Warnings, Latest Turf News. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
Anticipate; Comments, Warnings, Latest Turf News. . Bv 'Grand Flaneur.' This season the three Broken Hill-clubs are conjointly offering £4,000 in stakes. Now, this fact should induce more Hillites to own a racehorse or two. Horseracing to-day is nothing -'like the expense game it was years ago, when clubs merely found the racecourse, and, loft the owners to provide their own stakes.-' Now the entrance and acceptance tariff cannot be. growled at, and the average cost of keeping a horse in full commission is not large, if an owner goes abpiit it in a sensible way. Useful stallions aie get ting into the baekblocks. and it is the progeny of these that should be seemed, for the Bairier at all events. Until that happy day arnvcs, when Messis. Hosier and (lolla'ge will ha\e a glass track on the Broken Hill racecourse, the Northern bred horse should be the one depended upon. The thoi oughbi ed fiom the soft coimtiy down South is an expensive ex periment foi the haid. tracks at piesent at th...
UNION FOR WOMEN WORKERS. Barrier Domestic Servants, Waitresses, and Barmaids to be Organised. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
UNION FOR WOMEN WORKERS. Barrier Domestic Servants, Waitresses, and Barmaids to be organised. A movement is on foot to initiate a Women' Domestic Employees' Union. Somo energetic young people ougaged in domestic work on tho Barrier have already ddno a considerable amount of canvassing with a view to the forma tion of a Labor organisation of the character suggested. A number of signatures havo been obtained to tho following statement : — ? ' We, the undersigned, being desir ous of forming an association to for ward tho interests and welfare of work women in this city who follow the oc cupation of domestic work generally, respectively invito all those interested in such an'association to attend a meet in' to bo held at the- Trades Hall on Tuesday night, November 10. It is anticipated that within a few davs over oO signatures will have been received. It is intended that tho union shall embrace women and girls engaged as domestic servants, wait resses, housemaids, barmaids, and others e...
THE NEW FIRE BRIGADE'S BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
THE NEW FIRE BRIGADE'S BILL. Tho introduction of the new Firo Bri gado Bill into tho Now South Wales Parliament is being watched with a 'ood deal of interest by firemen and othors interested throughout tho State. Tho Bill aims at bringing all tho boards in tho State under tho control of 0110 central head, thus materially cheapen in' tho administration. At present overy firo brigade is contrallea dj 1 separate' body— or boards — and has to pay retail prices in nearly every in stance for hose and other necessaries of tho stations. If tho purchaso of all these were in the hands of 0110 body the I'ost, it will be speedily learned, will bo considerably reduced, because the benefits of concessions for large supplies would bo obtained. Victoria and South Australia work under tho conditions outlined in tho Now South Wales Government Bill, with tho re sult that both thoso States are far in advanco of this in firo' brigade matters. Tho second reading of tho Bill will come on shortly, when it ...
FIGHTING THE FIRE FIEND. A Busy Time for the Broken Hill Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
FIGHTING THE FIRE FIEND. A Busy Time for the Broken Hill Brigade. The period of unusual activity is now upon tlie Hrokcn Hill Viie Brigade, and not a day passes without one or more alarm's being raised. Ycstciday a small fire broke out at aboiitr noon, at the rear of Mr. J. H. (juiili's premises, in Argent Street. Luck-* ily tho flames- weie noticed by members ot the .' Barrier Daily Truth ' staff, und prompt / measures were taken to extin guish th'om before mueh damage was oc casioned. Other fires at which the Brigade elVee ted good work 'were tho;c in a' five-roomed, wood and, iron, building, on the Bonanza lease, South Broken Hill, oil im iday. owned anuv occupied by Mrs. firay. The build ing was totally destroyed, no water being available. It 'was insured in the Queens land Insurance Conipnay. At about 2.15 a.m. on Sunday, another wood und iron house, in Jamicson Street, South Broken Hill, owned by E. K.idford, but unoccupied, was totally destroyed, owing to no water being avail...
MANIFESTO. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
MANIFESTO. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE A.M.A. AT a Special Meeting held last Sun day it wuh decided that we would not alter our Rules to suit the Federal Re gistrar. If you do not alter them, you cannot Register under the Federal Act. The meaning of the motion was clear; it mcant.if carried, that we will not re gister under that Act. An fintiMwliiinnf. wn-i purripil that WC lake a Ballot of the whole member ship, nnd now we appeal lo you to vote against registering under that Act. It is time we stopped folding . about with Arbitration Acts. The only peo ple who benefit are those who sit as members of uie Courts, and the lawyers who take fees — paid by you working men. What advantages have you gained? Practically hone. You have been com pelled tp* strike, times out of number. Look at Newcastle! Look ut Western Australia, where the employers had an injunction on union funds supplied by levy on unionists in the various Siates of the Commonwealth, with the in tention of feeding starving women...
"BARRIER DAILY TRUTH" BALL. There Will Be Some Very Charming Fancy Costumes. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH' BALL ? yy— — - - There Will Be Some Very Charming Pancv Costumes. Wives and sisters and cousins and aunts aio exploring tho shops for nov oltios and taxing ingenuity to piovido something special in tlio way ol fancy character and overling dress. Consideiable intoiost in being rnani fost-fd in a costumo of Gioeian stylo, which is emblematic oi Truth. Chaste in color, faithful in dcsiim. it is iroinn to bo worn by a young lady w ho know s exactly how to sustain tlio character. Another charming dress impersona tion is a 'Bluo Hell' costume. Tlio piido o' thc- Scots is going to claim tho recognition to which it i,s entitled, among other belles. 'Mcioly Mary Ann' hopes to outshine ''liltcll Bruno's' intoi'iirotation, but this is d sec let. The .Socialist Sunday Seln -1, in all tho glory and resplendent of tha revolutionary color, will bo represent ed, and 'Barrier Truth Daily' print ed and published — on linen — for the oc-, casion, will not tako tho least exalted p...
BARRIER RANGES CRICKET. Draw of Matches for the Season 1908-9. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
BARRIER RANGES CRICKET. Draw of Matches for the Season 1908-9. The draw of matches for the current cricket season is as follows : — FIRST, ROUND. ' November 7 anil 14.— No. 1 Ground, Y.JI.C.A. v. Public Service ; No: 2 Ground? Proprietary v. Willyama ; Alma Oval, Broken Hill v. South Mine!, November 21 and' 28.— No. 1 Ground, Proprietary v. South' Mine; No. 2 Ground, Broken Hill'v. Public Service; Alma. Oval, Willyama v. Y.M:C.A: -December 5 and 12.— No. 1 Ground, Willyama v. South Mine ; No. 2 Uround, Broken Hill v. '..- Y.M.C.A. ; Alma Oval, Proprietary v. Public Service. 3 ariuary 1* . and 2.— No. 1 Ground.— B.R.C.A. v. Northern :Areas'of S.A. : SECOND KOUND. January- 0 '' :arid; 16— No. - 1- Ground. Broken Hill v. Proprietary; No. 2 Ground, Willyama v. Public'Servicc ; Alma Oval, Soiu..Mine v.:Y.M.C.A.. .-.,, ..,, . January 23 and 30:^0. 1 Ground, Pro prietary vv.;-Y;M.C.A;:;: No.''2 Ground, Broken Hill *v. Willyama ;' Alma 'Oval; Public Service vV South Mine/ ., ' :'-. ;? ?.?'?...