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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

RIFLE SHOOTING. Tlio competition for \the. Dix Trophy was firerl at tho District :Rnnges:on Sat \ urday last by tho members ol tlio A.N.A-'lliflo Club. Tlio shooting gene rally was of a very high'standard. Tho ranges fired over wero 500 and GOO yards:- -E. H. Smith- was top scorer with 42. Tlio following aro tho: indivi - dual scores COO. GOO. Han. T't'l. Smith, E. H. 23 14 5 42 Cole, T. - 25 7 8' 40 Burrows, J. W. 24 13 2 39 Ebert, O. ..19 14 C 39 Pearce, W. H... 15 13 10 38 Bills, A. II. .. 19 16 scr. 35-/::. Lewis, S. .. 7 , 16 10 33 s Rickards, .11. . . . 15 . . 8 ; . 10 : 33 - Goyer, E. . . . ? 22 0 ? 10 .32 Ivorson, T. - 13 .16 .3 32 Valentino, II. 13 15 2 30 Riley,' .T. JI. .. 14 s 8 G 28 Evr.rs, A G 13 ,0 10 ' 2.'}x Gomuicll. M.- . 7 » 7. -sc-i. .1-1 ......

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

?CRICKET. i The 'Flat : Stars met .the .Last , Stars, on; the latter's/ground. on- the 14th lnsc., with the following result: — '?EAST STARS. Tyler, b.; Dunstone . ....... ... . . . . 0 Frost c. Maethary, b. Dunstone. . . . -1, W. Welsh, b. Dunstone ? 0 Armstrongj-.b. Thomas ? 0 J. Welsh, b. Dunstone; ; ... .-. . . -.0, Johnson, c. Maethary, b. Dawe. .. .... 1 W. Armstrong, b Dunstone. . ... . . C Dawc, b. Thomas ? ? ? 0: P. Recce, b. Dunstone ? ? ? '. . . 0 Pcngolly, b. Dunstone .... . . . . . ... : . 0 Dumont, not . out ... . . - U Suildrie* - . . - I Tolf.t ? ? ? ? 9 Bowling analysis: -Dunstone; seven wic kets for 4. Dawe, one for 1; Thomas, two ior 4. \ FLAT STARS. Dawe, b. . Welsh ? ? ^ 2 Thomas, c. Johnson, b. Dawe. /. 6 Maethary, b. Welsh ? ? ? ? ? ? 10 Mitchell, c. Dumont, b. Reece ? 2 Aloran, b. Recce-, ? v. . . .-. . . . . 3 ? Dunstone, b: Reeco . . . . . ; ; ? t Kinium, b \Vclsh 1 . -Rowe, b. Welsh ? ? ? -0 Cook, b. Welsh ? ...!.? ? 0 Fitrgeiald, b. Welsh ? 0 Firth, not '...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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I.O.R. LODGE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

I.O.R. LODCE MEETING. ?A: meeting of tho Star of the Bar rier. I. O.K. Lodgo was held in the Blende Street Mothodist Church last night, C.R: Bro. F. K. Arthur presid ing, over a good attendance. ? Tho matter of tlio Government Friendly Societies' Subvention Act was brought up and discussed. It was men tioned that tho New South Wales dis trict of tho order wero taking advant age ot tlio scliemo, anil had decided to register under it straight away. Tho comniitteo of tho juvenile an nual picnic on Decomber 2, reported that all arrangements in connection with tho Silvorton Tramway Company running a train to Silvorton had been made. It was resolved to send a lettor of congratulation to Mr. Josiah Thomas, M.H.R., on his recent election to tho position of Postmaster-Goneral, ho be ing a mcmbor of the Star of tho Bar rier Lodgo. After the general business of tho meeting had been. transacted a pound social was held, at which parlor names and other amusements woro indulged in. Light refreshme...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Small Debts Court. TUESDAY—Before Mr. McKensey, S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

Small Debts Court. TUESDAY — Before Mr. McKensey, S.M. At the Small Debts Court yesterday, before Mr. McKensey, S.M., the following cases were dealt with.— W. J. Edwards v. J.-H: Hocking, claim for £4 10a., goods sold . verdict for plaintiff. Wilson Bros. y.-O'Malley, claim, for. £7 18s. Oil., goods sold'; Verdict for plaintiff,' with Os. costs. Efnma Mario Ernst '-v. Daniel Geurey, claim for £1,1 4s. lid., board and lodging ; j verdict for plaintitl, with os. costs. Same v. Jas. Malier,: claim for £1 10s., board and lodging ; verdict for /'plaintiff, with 10s. costs. R. E. A. Kitchen v. A. Fitz gerald, claim for £1 16s. 10d:, goods sold; verdict for plaintiff, with '3s. costs. Eui ma Burt v. J. Wiltshire, claim for £1 8s., wages due, domestic sen-ice verdict for amount. .

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THE CITY COUNCIL. Aldermen in a Questioning Mood. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

THE CITY COUNCIL. Aldermen in a Questioning Mood. 8 Tlie usual fortnightly meeting of the ' Urokeu Hill City Council was neld in tnc Town Hull Inst evening. Present: —The Mayor, Aid. J. II. Ivey, (in tlie clinir), ami Aldermen -Wright, .Harks, Long, Wilson, nail, Bath. 13oe, havvev, un-. Wicks. SANITARY LEui-i'tul-Kli.tt'En. The Finance Committee reported as tuider:. — Twenty-sue applications lor Sanitary Ledger-keeper have been received, and the Committee recommend that the Council select' one of the undermention ed' applicants to fill the position, viz., J. P. Mc^rath, J. Vance, W. 1{. Brown, j. J. Leahy, and W. Lockley. — After an exhaustive oallot, the application of Mr. Brown was accepted. CONCRETE FLAG -STONES. Tho Works Committee's report which was received, recommended that the Foreman of Mechanics be instructed to have made at the Council's works a sample lot of concrete flag-atones (as an experiment) to cover a chain in length of footpath. HEALTH COMMITTEE'S REPORT. The He...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.M.A. SOUTH SUB-BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

AJ.A. SOUTH SUB-BRANCH. , At tlio last Kcueral meeting Messrs. J. J. Curtis aiid J. S. Button were appoint-, cd oicwards on the South and Central Mines respectively.

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A.M.A. MEETING. The Final Result of Ballot Announced. CONFIDENCE IN MR. TOM MANN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

AJi. MEETING. The Final Result of Ballot Announced. CONFIDENCE IN MR. TOM MANN. The 1 ordinary general . meeting, o! the above was held at: the. Trades Hall on- Tuesday, .-November 17th, 'when - the President; Mr. - T. ? ?Gamboni, ? occupied the cliau . Correspondence was received from the S- A. Co-oporativcvParcels 'Express' Car: rvlna- Comimnv. 1 Limited, .: -asking the uniouists;;of: Broken -'IIill . to patronise them ivhciii travelling toiand from Bro ken Hi II . A letter was received lromalatn mem ber of- tho- Association congratulating the unionists oir their victory, over-, flic ;N;P:U; V;; ; : - Rcnorts from - representatives; to. -tho Trades' Hall Trust, -secretary, AY., Barnes Beiiei.u tomniitlcc,' and : adopted. - ? ? ? -'Returning-oflicer's and Scrutineer's re port of ballot' re alteration of.,, rules to enable registration' under, the . Federal - Arbitration and Conciliation Act. : Yot-: lllg_US follows — Oince Sl! 11. Tin Ptl'me Yes ..- 1072 1 12(1 10 21)4 s Tptal ... ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARRIER IMPROVEMENTS. Broken Hill Contractors are Kept Fairly Busy. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

BARRIER IMPROVEMENTS. Broken Hill Contractors are Kept Fairly Busy. Notwithstanding the uneasiness felt in many quarters through the fear of a strike, the. growth .of thcr city is still proceeding, and it large number of build ings have either been just completed or are now in course of efection. -' Chief amongst these are the new' adr ditibns to ,St. , Joseph's . Convent, costing about £3000, which, the contractor, Mr. S. ill. Gray, exiiccts to have completed about the 'end of February.; - A -h'.tndslnne new -grocery shop, is be ing erected lor -Messrs. Edeluiann Bros.; . grocers; at: the eorncr-'of Argent and Io- , dide Streets, and Mr. Stenhoiise has pnrt lv completed the erection of three hand souk! villa ? residences, with AYunderlich imitation stone frontages, in. .Jlorgan ?Street,... ... :: .'.? ' ? ? The same contractor has just .com - plctcd JIr. R.- Crawford's handsome but chering premises: at the corner of Oxide and Chappie streets. One of the i prin cipal features- of tl...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

:;. A Jn^iineso , florist 1111s succeeded in discovering' a rose whoso rcolor is a dcli cute pink when tlio plant is 111 the shade, ?but -.'which becomes crimson when exposed to the sun's ray.-,. Over 150 motor cycles were -.utilised .in this year's -German. Imperial manoeuvres for orderly .work, each cyclist receiving 30/ a day— 1G/:; for : the use of the machine,' and the remainder for expenses. An ; artillery ', lieutenant in Ivraguye vats, Scrvia, has been sentenced to 21' days' .imprisonment; for compelling a re cruit to sltave his m6ustuclie,-the most cruel , indignity in Servian eyes a man can undergo. , ?'

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THE CITY FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

THE CITY fINANCES. The .following financial statoment, dated .Kovombcr, 11, 1UU8, was sub mitted by tho 'lown. Clork, and adopted nitliout, debate nt tlie mooting of th# City Council last night : — GENERAL ACCOUNT. . Credit balanco at bank last state ment, 495-5 Js. 2d. ; loss linpresentcd cheques, £441) 17s. lid.— £511 4s. 3. -Amount pnul into , bank sinco, £335 10s. Cel. ; amount passed,, 3/ll/0b, £887 12s.,5d. j credit balance at bauK, £647' lis. Od. ; unpresented cheques, i;(i88 Is. 6d. ; debit: balanco, £40 8s; 0d--' ..Amounts paid into bank. 'from date of financo mooting to 17/11/08; £310 15b. Sd. ^accounts to present. this' mooting, £4.89 ,8s. lid. ; ? present debit balance, £219 2s SANITARY ACCOUNT ^ Credit balanco at .bank last state ment, :£ool Jess: unpresonted cheques, JL7b 7s .)d— L 172 12s !)d Amount .paid into bank since, £573 8s.,; amounts: passed;,3/ll/08, £502. 0s. 10d.- ;. credit balanco at-bank, £otM 7d. ; uniirosentod cheques, £179 i'. leaving a; credit balanco ...

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MUNICIPAL SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

MUNICIPAL SOCIALISM. ' Sir,-^-Port Piriej unlike the City of tlie Desert (as Broken IIill has been termed) lags behind in; progressive municipalitni. . .Time was when there was «ome figiit infused into * civic contests, and Labor was ably, but not sufficiently, represent ed 011 the ibwii council. But at the present time there is not a single direct representative of the workers pledged to . a policy of public enterprise, sitting I as a liie'mber of that Council. '' This sUt* 8 of alfairs is, a serious indictment against local Laborites, for it' is uiimistakeable proof of a tired feeling and deaaiy apathy in .matters intimately anu vitaliy alTcct ing the welfare of citizens. True it: is that for a very short period preceding election time there is a stir ring of dry bones, all the dormant en thusiasm is let. loose, and candidates for a brief space of time are subjected to a fusiladi! of questions and criticisms. The elections tako place, and, hey, presto! just wheii interest in the d...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. CYCLIST WOOF'S DISQUALIFICATION [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. CYCLIST AVOOF'S DISQUALIFICATION Sir, — I notice by the '-Barrier JJailv i Truth' that the disqualification imposed 1 011 II. C. AAToof by the Barrier Centre of I the N.K.AA'. League of AA'heelmeii for | 'boring,' in a race oil October 1st, lilos, I nt McCulloch Park, and so piovciitinjl I another rider ? named McKinley securing f a place in a heat, has been altered in- I the bflicials from a twelve months' -lis. I qualillcation to a fine of £4 7/0 and a I six .months' disqualification, to date from I October- 1st. I After, considering the facts of the case .[ have eomc to; the conclusion that tliu first penalty. Was by fur too heavy, as uiidi.'i- the circumstances the interests of true- sport , do. not demand it. Wliv penalise |i - rider heavily because lie is a trifle better, than the average, in or der to'kecp hihrout? The second penalty is little .better ' than the first, as the tine' is too heavy, 'and the prizes offer ed ill: bicycle sports generally do ...

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A REMARKABLE TOMB. COST £1,000: OWNER HOLDS DINNER PARTY TO REJOICE AT ITS COMPLETION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

A REMARKABLE TOMB. COST £1,000 : OWNER HOLDS DIN NER PARTY TO REJOICE AT ITS COMPLETION. - There has just been erected in Mary borough cemetery a very ? i^mnrkablc toinb, , which has cost over. £1000. ? The superstructure stands 42 feet ? above tliei ground level, and covers a deep vault, t'wo hundred tons of granite have neon used in its - construction, all of . which was quarried in the -ilalinsbury Mis cnctj ? It lias ueen built to the order -of M-iv , ; W. ? G. .McCullough, aged, 80 : years', who is a resident :of AVarragul, but; was one' of'tlio; pioneers- of - Maryborough, nnd owns a considerable amount of property .there, as well -as in Warragnl . and in Brisbane. - Above , ground ? tho sepulchre consists of a house of granite, 14 foot square and 10 feet. high: which has a flaj roof. From the roof spring square pillars supporting a granite dome. Oil the summit of the dome six polished round granite pillars stand, wlnc.i carry a granite canopy. L'hree of the . walls , of the h...

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TECHNICAL COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

TECHNICAL COLLECE EXAMINA TIONS. ? Yesterday morning 34 candidates sat for the electric motor-drivers' examina tion at the Technical College. The ex amination papers were supplied from headquarters 111 Svdnev, Messrs. J. Car tliew and B. Sawyer, mining inspectors, 1 taking charge of the proceedings. Yesterday afternoon the candidates 1 were taken bv the inspectors mtnicu to the B.1I. Proprietary Mine, where they were tested 111 practical- work, on the large electric motor there. Huh prac tical work will be continued to-dav. The examination for mine . managers' certificate docs not take place till early ?ext month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. BOOT TRUTHS. - Fqi* Readers of .' Daily, Truth.' 1 . ? :Por. ycai'3 past,- in fact, ever sinco we went into thn BOOT BUSINESS, 6ur BIG, liOO-T DEPARTMENT has been looked upon by economical buyers lis thin homo of BOOT VALUES . ' . . V. :?.» T, This position we've attained by 'calling a spado a' spade,' arid by insisting that EVERY LINE WE OFEtt, WHETHER IT BE A CHEAP SHOE AT, SAY 1/11 pan, or a FIRST CLASS BOOT AT 21/, shall bo THE VERY BEST THAT CAN BE OFFERED FOR THE MONEY. . , . * - ' .-??/vOur buying is dono wherever possible direct from tho . makers of tlio goods. WE PAY SPOT CASH AND GET THE HIGHEST .DISCOUNTS, and - wo'ro satisfied with quite a ' MODEST PROFIT' on our} goods, trusting 'to .-tho largo quantity wo sell for our. success. ' '? : t ' ? ? !? * ? If YOU'RE a Boot Client of ours we . believo you'll rendily endorso -air this.-- IF NOT you'll ? possibly want proof,: nnd that's just what we're eager to. give you. Cotno and give us ail opportunity, to V...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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AN AUSTRALIAN PAINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

AN AUSTRALIAN PAINTER. : . The picture : entitled '? The Fish Mar ket .at Etaplcs, - Franco, ' winch was re cently exhibited in: Paris; amongst others, lias, been- purchased. by tho Adelaide Art Gallery, by tho Board of Governors,: for .the. sum of £105. \ The picture was painted bv Miss Marie Tuck, sister, of thc-Rcv. E. J. Tuck, of' this. city. .:

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NEWS AND NOTES. Six-page Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

NEWS AND NOTES. Six-page Issue. To-day we issue our usual four-page paper. -Next week we shall commciice t-» issue our six-page — 18 columns— f 11II- sized. paper ' every Wednesday as . well as cVery. Saturday. ' Oiir realistic serial Storv will then appear twice ir week. 'Dlie ' reason we have. ? not been ' able to . print. av six-page paper, on Wednesday* yet is because. all our inachiHcr wis, new, mid is-onlv, 111st settling -down: to' norm- al -work. -In ? fnct, in every department of ? our paper- we have only as -vet ' touch ed' the fringe of our- possibilities. . The paper, will— naturally , improve week by week. The .circulation lias exceeded all anticipations, while the: .advertisements, i are increasing -so fast, that we hopo to soon: announce it daily- six-pagd- paper and ?an., eight-page— 04 ; columns — on Satur- 1 days. . | Tue Weather ; ' r ? i J'--''-'. s?\etjterdiiy the prevailing climatic con ditions -.were, of a dull and gloomy 11a ,ture,- with U: tendency at times ...

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DARLING RIVER RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

DARLING RIVER RAILWAY. 1 Mr. . IT. A\r. James, .secretary ' of the Darling River Railway League!, has re ceived the following wjre from Mr. Hanna, Under-Secretary lor tno AVorks Depart ment of this State : — ' Your, wire of 14th 1 instant to. band. Data to he supplied bv the engineering stair as required bv law. It is not leailv. Iience the delay;' II will lie remembered that the AVorks' Denun iiieni, imornicd tin: League unit I lie delay in connection with the railway to the River Darling had. been caused by lack of certain information. The League replied, pointing out that they were pre pared to supply any information that might, be required; The Department, now explains that the Engineers' Department is Ihe delinquent in -the matter.

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AN EXPENSIVE RIDE. A BORROWED BICYCLE COSTS THE RIDER £5. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

AN EXPENSIVE RIDE. A BORROWED BICYCLE COSTS TH E RIDER £5. ' r At the - Police ..Court , yesterday, boforo Mr. J. McKensey, S.M., John Thomas Williams- summonsed Honrv Herbert for lllogally using and damag- 1 mg a bicycle. Com])lainant and do- 1 fondant wero both employed on tho 1 Junction Mine. On tlie 19th September | Herbert took tho plaintiff's bioyclo for. a run up town, tho result being a collision with another rider in Argent 1 Street, in which tho machine wob badly i buckled. Tho bicyclo was takon with out tlio consent ot tho owner; ? - - Defendant, who did not appear, was fiaod £5, with 14s. costs. ? . .

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DISINTEGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 18 November 1908

DISINTEGRATION. Solidarity is tho greatest tactic in tho working-class movement. Any factor that makes for disin tegration must- be at onco recognised, as dangerous and damning. . ' ^ Quito recently the unionists- of the Barrier discovered that the Non-Polit. leal Union 'was'-ai disintegrating factor 111 Labor organisation, and that bogus union was -promptly smashed. , - . It was not smashed from any. spirit of intolerance, ? or . from any desire , to suppress freo thought, but because its existence threatened tho economic in terests of tho organised workors. It was an illustration of .the realism of the class strugglo, for if tlio working class permitted tho' Non-Political Union— a.; factor- of - disintegration— to livo, then, tho .. genuino unions would have: been .seriously-: liandieappcd 111. their.: fight against . tlio power of capi talism. , . iBut there is another: organisation 011- the. Barrier, which is' just as dan gorous in its disintegrating influence as tlio N.l'.U. wa...

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