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TO-DAY'S GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
TO-DAY'S GAMES. v ? .'An- eleven to represent tlio Y.M.C.A., in their ' match -j against -Pollow , . and, Moore on tho Western Oval tins aftor nocin will bo chosen fromtho following — Garrott, . Groploy, Mow,; Giflord, Nicholas, ' Tompkins,' ? :Thorn,- Brown, Sj-Ucb, i' irth, ' ili'iilgman, Jlewitt, and Iliriii Tho following will roprosont , the Lyrics in their match1' against. Stuitb . on the Western Oval this; afternoon . Mcuillicn, C'lngw uidcn, J-. Jei t, llaj, Novo, Bilis, \\rellington, Tonkin, Gats., ^A'aio;o, Bills, Wellington; Tonkin, Oats, ? Crabb,' Martin'.-. Emoraenoics,. :.. Falkner and Baetou
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
SWIMMING. - There me so many good swimmers on ? tlio mines along the lino of loelo that it in oomewhat surprising that a number of GWimmuig e.lubs have not^boan-fovmr od. Now in the time, enrly in the sea-; eon, to do tliis; Ail association, con-: Kistnv;- ol delcpatos from .the. .variout clubs could bo initiated, and swimmmp; matctios, propeny. cor.auctecl; , anu ouer ?inj* substantial prizes, would then be on«ilv inaugurated; ?;;. The holding of swimminR carnivals is always an onjov lible feature of suniioei'. nport, and there ^ no rrn?on why tli'.He iihould not br lipid of^i'er than they are on tho Bar I'iev. Clubs, combined into nn asMeia tion. always inanaKO such affairs vory much more satisfactorily than other agencies.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
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SUING FOR £725,000. American Government on the Track Of Hie Sugar. Trust GIGANTIC FRAUDS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
SUING FOR £725,009. American Government on the Track Of tlie Sugar Trust. GIGANTIC FRAUDS. [Renter's Service.] , LOXDOX, Monday..' , President Roosevelt 1 has directed Ihe prosecution of another Trust. - ?':? i. Evidence :1ms been tendered that the Sugar Trust has for rears dotraiidea.the revenue, ,by declaring Jalse weights, and thus evading the payment 01 duties: . ? An action has been .commenced 1 or the recovery of £725,000 111 respect of arrears of- duties and forfeitures to cover ship ments under fraudulent bills of- lading..
ADELAIDE DIVORCE COURT. A CO-RESPONDENT AWARDED COSTS AMOUNTING TO £10 10s. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
ADELAIDE DIVORCE COURT. A CO-R'E8PONDENT ' AWARDED - ? COSTS AMOUMTINC TO £10 106. [?'Truth's' Special' Service.] : r, - ' ADELAIDE, Tuesday Xijht. - In the matrimonial case. Tume rer- : sus Tume, George Xation, co-respondent,, who was before the. Full Court to-day, -Mr. 'Justice ?Homburg reported having: found the. respondent guiltr »f : mis- ' conduct, but that the allegations ; ef aduiterr against the eo-respojident were_ not proved. ? . T.ie1 Coilit jjrauled a decree nisi, tlie co-respondent being dismissed from tlie ea«e, and awavueu xiO ius. costs.
THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. ADJOURNMENT GRANTED UNTIL NOVEMBER 25. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. ADJOURNMENT GRANTED UNTIL NOVEMBER 25. ['.Truth's' Special Service.] ?SlELKOUllN;:,: Tuesday Sight., ' The House of Kepvesentativcs mei for a, short sitting ' tij-dny. ' . ?' ?? - Tho i'l iine Jlinisthr (Jlr. Andrew Fisli- ? er) formally .announced th? personnel of : the Labor Ministry he had succeec . T e-. m forming (the names of which. have ???--? already appeared in the 'Barrier Uaily Truth') and asked for an adjournmeiit .until Wednesday, Novemoer ??2tij. Mr. Fislier exnl.aincd to the. House that lie then expected to be in a posi tion to inform J'arliament as to the new uqvcrnnicnt's policy. , ^ ji. couple of questions were nsKed and, the adjournuient was agreed to. The Senate also met for a few min- , utes, and then ad.ournei. until the same date.'' . '
WESTRALIAN FIREWOOD TROUBLE Daydawn Great Fingal Mine Closed Down SIX HUNDRED MEN IDLE. DAYDAWN, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
WESIRALIAN FIREWOOD . TROUBLE Daydawn Great finga! Mine Closed ^ - Down six HUNDRED MEN IDLE. ['Truth's' Spaaial Servieo.] v DAVDAW-vr, Tuesday ^I^ht. ' . Notwithstanding the efforts of the ir« mier to-day, combined ? with tk» Local Authorities, all; ondcavora to sottlo the Nallan firewood trouble have- faned. '' The anticipated' disaster of clb»in» down the 'tii'Biit Fingall * jMino' lias 'hap pened. . . .......... The explanation of t lie Company for this extreme step is the shortage of nre wood. Five or six hundred miners, in addi- ? .tion to the men engaged in the firewood trade, have thus been . thrown out of worli. ' '?At Kalgoorlio the. Commissioner of , Police has received information from ICurrawang, to the effect that one of the ringleader* in the strike there has been arrested. The present force of police is snilicient to cope with the difficulties.-'
ARRESTING FOUR YOUNG MEN. PUT UP A DESPERATE FIGHT WITH THE POLICE. PERTH, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
ARRESTING FOUR YOUNG MEN. . PUT UP A DESPERATE FIGHT - WITH THE POLICE, i - ['Truth's' Special Servicr.l v, i PERTH, Tuesday Night. -. Lancelot Watson, - (..1ms. lfowinnds, Harold McKay, and Geo. Kcan, ? all young men, were to-day charged -with having stolen, with actual violence; ? £17, from Ernest Curwin. Whilst being arrested, the accused ' fought violently with tho police, nnd it ? was only after a desperate struggle they were secured. ? Tliey ' were remanded for eight days..
B.H. PROPRIETARY MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
B.H. PROPRIETARY MINE. . -The ; following . ollieial : progress' re- 1 port has been supplied, for. the week end mp November 12th: — ' Despatches. — Carbonate ore,' 542 , tons of the usual grade to Port Pine. ?????: Underground. — 100ft. level : The winze from tuimel m section 301C has 'been milk oft., the total depth now 'being 19ft. Thn bottom is showing Oft. of good ore. ' - 400ft. level : The No. 54 . diamond drill .bore, --in: section 22C, ? has hoen advanced 132ft., making a total of 750ft. Progress has been through alternate: bands of hard, dense; quartzitic schist and' softer micac eous sehist. 500ft; Level : The rise in section' 12E has been suspended at 27ft.,; sufiicienl. space .being secured .for .diamond drill to work.
DEAD EMPEROR'S LAST DECREE. Reforms to be Pressed. Constitution Granted in Nine Years. EMPRESS DIED IN LONELINESS. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
DEAD EMPEROR'S LAST ' DECREE. Referms to be Pressed. Constitution Granted in Nine Years. EMPRESS. DIED IN LONELINESS. . [Heuter's Service.] LONDON. Monday. - In , accordance with custom, Kwang Su's last official act .was- to sign a vale dictory decree 011- political , testament. ???I*. Ho urged the' \ieerovs- to ;bov diligent in , the execution of let'tirnis, more espec ially 111, introducing Western systems of .'.education, 111 order. that the people niigln. , be. prepared' for the- inauguration of' a political constitution 111 11111c years' linic , The , Downier Empress also issued a \ aledictoi y ; decree, and in ; this she ex piesed herself as 111. favor of moderate constitutional reform. . ?- x. : -Officials at the, Chinese Embassy scout the idea, that, the deaths of the Emperor I and his aunt were due to foul play- : ; Both their Majesties died unattended ; as the high mandarins. feared to approach .their saercdness. , , .It ? is stated that- the Emperor appar ently died from ...
CHINESE EMPEROR'S FUNERAL. Quaint Rites. 27 Months' Mourning. Astrologer Fixes Burial Day. THE GATES OF HEAVENLY REST. THE GATES OF HEAVENLY REST. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
CHINESE EMPEROR'S FUNERAL. Quaint Rites'. 27 Months' Mourning. - Astrologer Fixes Burial Day. ? THE GATES' OF HEAVENLY REST. y ; I.uNijOX, Tuesday. ; lVofessor Douglas gives wlmt 19 pro-. |iiii)|y the bust account , of what .must (Ills week be taking place 111 Pekin, if tiip. Dowager Empress - or. ? Emperor :? be really dead. '?It has to bo - noted ' (as the .cable to4 'Harrier Daily Truth ' on Saturday iyniiiuled us, . that on ? the approach , of: dissolution the invalid' (whatever his rniik) is carried into a Central Hall: or Dying Room, where he is placed 011 a: lied of boards, ? w-ith- his leel to-: Kurds' the door. ? - I11 preparation for his deceasehis . robes and emblems of oflice are placed beside him, -so that as^. soon us*hu is 1 dead he can be dressed 111 full unifonii. ? . One of ; the three spirits supposed -to dwell in every man is called upon ?? to hasten to the enjoyment of bliss 111 the empyrean regions of the ? west ; the se cond is supposed to remain : with the co...
BRIEF CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
BRIEF CABLES. ? - [Renter's Service.] - LONDON, Monday. _ Montenegro complnins that Austrian 'troops lias crossed tho frontier ? near Spitza, and only .retired under threats to fire. 1 ? - ? , '-I'ho Colognu ' Gazette' states that I the highest State, authorities' iitgreo l ?'with— Count-'- -Bulow * that must avoid making speeches or grant- I ing interviews touching foroigu- affairs. I The Fiench barque Croisset, : bound I uuiu- oaieqonui to Glasgow, stranded off the coast at Cloughey (County Dan 11). It is feared that it is a total wieck. The crew were landed , safely. '1 lio Rov. Hugh Cecil-Halifax, Dean of Canterbury, has circularised tlio in cumbents m - England and 'Wales urg ing them to defeat the proposed com promise 011 tlio Eduoation Bill.
NEW ZEALAND MINING. HARDSHIPS UNDER WHICH THE MEN WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908
NEW ZEALAND MINING. . HARDSHIPS UNDER WHICH THE I MEN WORK. ? I . :At a recent meeting of' the ' Miners' Federation ill Wellington (New Zealand), reference was, made to the construction of , the Arthur's Pass tunnel (Otira): Mr. T. . J. jralloy .(Ina'ngahiia) said the men employed there were '.working un der: conditions not lit for lnaiikind. -It , was no -good- meif. going there until the .differences;, 'between '- 'the' . workers and the contractors were settled. lie -had examined the' -v/orkers' cottages about a week ago.. The married men were liv ing in three-roomed houses' which had had cost £30 - to £40 'to build. There was no spouting in the cottages, because that would have cost extra, -, and: the workers were, .therefore, unable to ob tain: clear water: The conditions of labor were most miserable, and if tliey were allowed to eontinue-vinore invalids would -be produced in the tunnel works in proportion to the number of men' em- ployed than were produced during the whole of ...