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MINING INTELLIGENCE. METAL MARKET. [Reuter's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

MINING INTELLIGENCE. METAL MARKET. [Reuter's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday. I On 'Change. .to-day, tlie following share quotations were made : — ?Lend, £13/13/1) per ton— a fall of 1/3. Copper,; £03/15 per toil'— a rise of 7/0. Tin, £130/15.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

Weakened Vitality Impoverished Blood Read what Ayer's Sarsaparilla did for a well-known missionary, who ?writes : I j \y 'I -was for many years I X a sufTorcr from boils and \/ othor eruptions of a liko \/ nature, causod by tlio impovor ' ished stato of my blood. My appotito -was poor and my system a good deal run down. Knowing tho value of AYER'S SarsapariSIa by observation of tho good it had dono to others, I bega.n taking it. My appo tito improvod almost from tho first dose; thou my general hoalth im- , provod-, aud now it is oxcollont. I fool a hundred per cont. stronger, and I attributo this result to Ayor's Sar saparilla, which I rocommoud with all confldouco as tho host blood modi oino ovor dovisod.' As now made, Ayor's Sarsa parllla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get 'Ayer's.' ' Prepared by Dr. J, C. Ayor & Co., Lowell,' Man, , U.S.A. AYER'S PILLS, tuo best family lautlve. ' BUSINESS NOTICES. BOOT TRUTHS. For Readers of ' Dai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

I ? BUSINESS NOTICES. — — MIND YOUR HEAD This Summer Time. Cover it with a GOOD HAT ? ONE OF REEKS, TRENAMAN'S, and after you havo worn it a short timo you will see tho conomy of it. We have HATS for ali occasions for men wlio want n Light, Cool SUMMER HAT, without having to pay too much for it. PANAMAS. TUSCONS, MANILLAS, CRASH, and our BEAUTIFUL FEATHERWEIGHT 'BORSALINOS,' At 10/6, 12/6, 13/6. REEKS, TRENAMAN CO., Arg'exit Street. c307ths:30G

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

? This office is open on Sunday night, as well , as every other /: night (except Saturday), to re -. ceive advertisements .for' inser-. ? tion in the morrow's paper.

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TRAINING GIRLS TO TAKE CHARGE OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

TRAINING C1RLS TO TAKE CHARCE OF CHILDREN. At. tho National Conference ? on tho Industrial Training of Women and Girls, which was held iu London, the scheme under tho Loudon County Coun cil with regard to tlie training of work ing-class girls, as children's liursos, was discussed. This is a most important suggestion, embracing as it does a pro per course of training for young girls, thus providing for tiie better care of holploss children, as well as tho better ment of tho average nurse girl, among tho poorer classes. The Womon'i In dustrial Council suggosfc in their scheme that before boginning a eourso with this object girls should havo spent ono year at a domostic economy school, and will have loarnt simple cooking, laundry work, noodlowork, and housewifery, the girls to havo freo dinners, 'and teas, and possibly a maintonince grant ena scholarithips for a further six or nin« months to b» granted on the recom »end*tion of tho head of the domestic eoonomy school, for practical ins...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. MR. KELLY AND THE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

LEHERS TO THE EDITOR. MR. KELLY AND THE MAGIS TRATE. Sir. — .1. have travelled about a hit in my time, aiul have some experience of the incivility of Civil servants, lint I thiiik,' the Magistrate at the Lands Oll'ice takes the cake. T had some busi ness ?: to do there ill the matter of transferring land, and' the agent and I had been attended to by some official:, who. ? was : as:. civil as the other was uncivil. A paper was handed me to take to another . room to make a de claration. The door was shut— I knocKMi; I oot: no', reply, , so '1 tried if the door It „„„„„,1 „,wl T , l.n I l-n.l straight in., I. thought at first I had made a: mistake, as the officer 1 saw there-did not come anywhere near my preeoncei\:ed idear of the kind of official they 'would keep iii'.the.' premises. f suppose lie noticed -my slight confusion, or, I10 may 'be a mind' reader; anyway, with n voice that lie meant to be coni mandiiig, lie oi'uered me . to take my hat off: Well, I did not do so at onco, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

JAS. McLEISH, I'atton Street Soutli Broke? Hill/ ON SALE ... WOOD, CHAFF, BRAN, vATS,-; MAIZE, j. vjjULARD WHEAT, BARLEY, FLO UK, i GROCERIES; THE BEST QUALITY at LOWEST : POSSIBLE PRICES going. Your Contracts for 1909 — Get MY Prices and compare, i- - ? 0307:33. a. Jbiiii* J. POLKINCHORNE and CO.. /CONDUCTS FUNERALS at Lowest Rates with the most oxperioned and reliable- amistants in tho trad®. Letters, telephone and telegraph messages attended to promptly. . Telephone 259. ? NOTE.— Terms oan bo arranged if re quired PEOPLE OF RAILWAY TOWN. GEO. MILLER, ' THE PEOPLE'S BUTCHER, WILL arrange your Meat Supply on absolutely the -best methods. ALL JOINTS STORED I if COOLER. Prompt delivery that insures, tho Freshest of Meat for tho -Table. - ' V . Note tho Address — GYPSUM STREET, ? Next Army Barracks.'. . c323th :321 J. GOFFAGE, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, ARGENT STREET.' FIRE INSURANCE AND GENERAL' COMMISSION AGENT.' . Telophono 362. - ? ? ' - '0307:806! Drink West End Boer — tho purest of bee...

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THE STEAMER BUCEROS. STILL REMAINS STUCK FAST ON THE SANDBANK. ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

THE 'STEAMER BUCEROS. STI LL REM Al NS STUCK FAST ON ? ' THE SANDBANK. - ['Truth's' Special Service.] ] ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. ? - The steamer. iBueeros, - which grounded -on -lon'day- inorning'.while''coniiiig. iiito Kings ton, vis 'still 'stuck ? fast -on.' a 'Sand bank. 1 j ' j ? Some 200. tons of icoal . have, been taken , Out of' the-': vessel; but tail ; attempts', to shift' j.er have :iisr yet, proved* unsuecess- ful. - - A tug. and 'lighter were expectnd;froiri Port Adelaide to-day 111 order to assist in yetting the icssel ofT. .. It iH not', generally.' known; {hat time tables' have boon issued in connection with the. Government' trams, .iind-canibo-ob- tained at tlie car depots or .from , the con ductors. '-,They. may. be had in book- form or printed upon a, single' sheet, ^suitable for .-placing upon -a, wall.- . -\V- '??

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THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

THE SPORTING WORLD. (By ' GRAND FLANEUR,') TUFTS OF TURF. The'Svdney light-weight jockey, W. H, Smith, says, . legarding Kink s Cross, who -won a couple of inces at the ie ccut-Cup carnival, tliat ho is, without a doubt, the hardest horso to rido^ ho has over boon on. _ Ho takes tre mendous lot of driving.. , bniith also »c-t clares that King's Cross mado him more exhausted after a rnco than wiy othor horse ho tfan romembor, . and ho has boon up on a low diltorent. ones. in his' tune. ^ , Nob very long ago it was statod that as a result of the success , of low-priced Enclisli hoi ses ' in India, buyois from tho latter, country would pay Austra lia Very littlo attention in. tlio : {utuio. It was saul* that thoy would n t buy ?'Australian horses last jear, but list autumn purchases wero as numoiv oiis as in the past, notwithstanding' tho all-round ? superiority : of English horses | in that direction. Tlio buyers did not , iio in for cheap stuft either, as- 1100 | euineas wero said to...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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THE WORKERS' POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

THE WORKERS' POWER8. ? Sir— Permit 111c, through the columns of your paper, to express the indignation , I- feel regarding tlio advice tendered by !Mr. 'AV; .-Nulty in- last Saturday's 'Truth' .to the unionists ;of Broken llill. [ presume this is the same W. Nulty who. . a fortnight- ago, . proclaimed all ,.: ... over Broken llill '110 surrender' when , only a small portion of Broken Hillites I liad to be dealt with. I refer to the I1T-11TT.. '.u: ? -sr.. : '?NT,iHi» l.oa nn. parcutly changed his mind. I suppobc he :- will* say now that we havo a Fed eral Labor' Government; we will be all right; I-Ias it slipped his memory that. : wo had '? a - 1- edcral : Labor Government 'a. few years back ? Has he forgotten that they arc to -day as they were . then— 'at the increy of the man who turned them' out of - oflioc, ; for 110 - other reason than' that tho .Labor : Government ? in sisted on including preference to union ists in the 'Arbitration Act? The first- step- the Labor Government o...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

BOXING.' . Hock, Keys, who isvto fight ^jyn. Truseott at tho1 Theatre; Royal on Moni day, -23rd. inst.,-:;arrivod in Brokon Hill, yostorday, morning., :lIo is staying *t Mrs.,. Bray's; Ijonrding-houso, in Oxido Street..-,- Ho, will , bo doing a le gular, , morning.: run. ; ovuv,, the hill's - near by, , and in the afternoons,, betwoon 3 and v 4 o'clock,- will ; pursue - his other i training operations' at' Mr. Los*. C.' Hayward's Empire Hall. ,

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CHRISTIANITY AND WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

CHRISTIANITY ''AND WOMEN. Sir— Whilst thanking ? you for the many, excellent things which have ap peared in our Labor daily, I specially thank vou for your report of the lecture of Miss Lizzie Ahem 011 Sunday evening last. It ; is well that we should know what would-be leaders of thought are teaching. 'From that report I can only come to one conclusion: that Miss Aliern is either r woefully ignorant, or wilfnllv untruthful. 'In tfio section of t^e Christian Church of which I am a member woman is the co-equal of man in evefy respect. In the marriage -service the wife makes 110 promise of obedience. : Christianity itself is not a bundle of dead and dried precepts and ordinances, but a living principle — a life. This life has been grafted 011 to older religious beliefs, and has not, as yet, by any means readied its highest development. - The fact that many of its professed believers, oven though ' they may he gathered in Councils and Synods, only partially understand . its scope and te...

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YESTERDAY'S CRICKET. STURTS v. LYRICS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

YESTERDAY'S CRICKET. STURTS v. LYRICS. ; At the - Western 'Oval yesterday after noon the Stiu-tH.and the Lyrics met; :;The Sturts had first use of the; wickets, and opened- with- Iilungoven and Dawson, the latter taking strike at :thn northern' end to the bowling of Ciiickwidden. , Ifis first -ball proved disastrous,-. as Dawson hit.'it' up '.into the : air, '.at very line-leg, where it was caught by a sub. ,;. Fitzgibbou was ilio next, man ?inl and he becan to liven un matters sninnwlinf. That batsman is, perhaps, the most pow erful in the \ team, and die at once began to assert, his power by a straight drive for four. Mungoven gave a chance in the slips after lie had scored half-a-dozen, but it was missed. After this he began to open out,- ana hit one to leg for four, followed by another ,o the same place. Fitzgilibon ? cut one for a single off Uliickwidden's bowling. ; Mungoven now put in some very fine strokes, his strongest feature being leg glancing, : rle had reached 39, when...

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THE WOOF DISQUALIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

ITHE'/'WOOF, DISQUALIFICATION. , The--Barriei\ centre of ' the; League -of N.is.W. Wheelmen ? has not ? committed itself :'to -a promise -lo/remove the dis-' qualification imposed ui'po'n -cyclist Woof, for ailegcd-boring. 'The League has simply rccommcnde'd ? -tliat if rWooi appealed i again ' tho disqualification might be re- | moved. \ n

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VICEROY TEA CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

'vTcEROY TEA. ^CARNIVAL. Mr; J; ' II. Hulbert ^lins ^declared; - the ?following; handicaps , for the cycling events' in; connection' with the, Viceroy Tea Carnival* and balloon- ascents to be held on the 'Western ' Oval on -. Saturday aiv,d -Wednesday next:;— : One ' mile.-^J. ' Giffen, 20' , yards; ,F. Price, 45; W. R. Pykc, 45; W. ,7. Mc Kiillay, '50;' E. P;'^Doyle,' 05;;'A;'Hoskin, 75; 11. -Jr. rDurbridge, ?? 1)0 ; .A. -Martin, -00; P. -Ford;-120; :L. W. Wormwald, ? 125; J; McLeod, -140;VJ: Killeen, 140; McDon ald,'140;:H. Costin,'150; 'A./Elliott, .150; J.;'li-.- Moy sey,sl40 ; C.rA. Arnold, 170; M. laneczok, 100 ' v ' *, Hall-mile.— J;' -Giffcn,' dO yards; F. Price, 20; W. R. Pvk'q,-20; .W. J. JleKin lay,'25;:.E.-P.;Doyle, 30; Avlloskiii, 35; H. J.7Durbridge, 45;- 'A. Martin, .45; S; Knight; -05; ? P. - Ford, GO; Xj-.-W. .' Worn)- wald,' 05;/~J..,McLeodi 70; J.* Killeen, 70; McDonald, 70; '11. Costin,' 7d; -; A. Elliott, 75; J. H. Moysey,;70; :0. A. Arnold, 85; M. oaneezek, OS....

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QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

'.QUOITS. t Tho'tlnrdvround of tho/Eight -Houri Quoits Tournament was finished on Sat- 1 day last;: and' resultcG as follows:— Cain I 31-, v.'F.'Boyce 18 ; .W:'Boyce-31, v.-ITen- i nessoy 23 j/'Morriss.- 31,,- v. : Daly -23 .; i Dun 31,' v.-.- Jas. Konnewell- 30 ; Boyce 31;-v.'Smith 25/ - ? . ' , ?Tho fourth - round- was . drawn as undor E. : Kennowell v; . W. ? Boyco, Rabbieh v. Dun ; S. Morriss v.-W»rne ; i Gregory, or George v. Cain.

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FIRE AT RAILWAY TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

FIRE AT RAILWAY TOWN.. At about a 'quarter .to -.five., yesterday-, a f ternoon ' I lie' alarm ; of fire was given by telephone, and: the brigade were ? crulloti ?away to a spot fully a mile, and, a half distant, thiough Railway Town. Tho inembers of:tho Brigade arc;satisfied that_ this was nothing ou . a malicious :false alarm on the part of somo person or -persons unknown. This senseless prac tice is '.becoming ? much too frequent.-. Tho matter has been: placed iu the. .hand*. of the police, and it is hoped that ..the offenders will be; caught and ; mado . an example of. Only a' few days, ago, in Sydney, a valuable horse was; killed, while tho brigade - were going, out on ..a false alarm, which only proves : what mijjht occur at any time through the stupidity of these wouldrbe^ practical: jokers. , ' 1 Ai 0.55 p.111: a fire broke out -in tho premises kept :by Mr. Fr(|d. Coulls, in Pell Street,'; Railway Town. , ...The firo was in a detached kitchen, and only slight -damage* rcs'ui...

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THE WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

THE WARDEN'S .COURT. In the Wardon's' Court yesterday, be foro Mr. Warden;- McKensey, Henry Lionel -Hosier applied1 for and was granted a six months' suspension for the Glonlyon Silver Lead Mining Syndi cate. -It was5 stated that the - amount spent in wages by the Syndicate has boon about. £300, and there aro yot a number of- shares in. resorvo w-liich^ there, has not yet been an opportunity of plac U1'^ralter Sydney Wilson was granted a six months', suspension in his residence area on tho ground of having to seok employment elsewhere. ,

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BARRIER KENNEL CLUB. SUCCESSFUL OPENING OF THE FIRST MONTHLY EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

BARRIER KENNEL CLUB. SUCCESSFUL OPENING OF THE FIRST MONTHLY EXHIBITION. The first monthly show of the rocont lv-inaug'urated Broken llill Kennel Club, ? wan. opened at Gregory's auction rooms, Oxide Street last evening, the exhibits, though not numerous, being of -an ex ceptionally high-c.ass description. . The classes- wcro limited to Collies and Field and Cocker Spaniels. the...former. being, represented by some splendid types of turn '1-ujiiiiui 111 iti-ii. . - .... Tluventrie'S nll :ronml were good: con sidering / the short time, the': Club , has been in, existence, though most- of- the dogs were . rather, .uneducated - in the matter, of. showing themselves to - ad vantage. - ?' The next show, to be held, in a month's time, will be' devoted to. Grcj'hounds, and the succeeding exhibition will be devoted to Fox and. Irisn terriers. : The : idea' the members : of 'the -,CIub have in mind in holding- these extraex bibiuomi is to keep alive , the, interest of dog-fanciersl. in high;...

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LECTURE ON ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

LECTURE' ON 0DDFELL0W8HIP. : ' Tho usual, fortnightly mooting of the ITxiyal Harry Cox Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F., ?was hold in tho l.'rados Hall 011 Mon day last. There was a record atten dance of niemberB, including visitor# from tho sister lodges of the Barrier District. It decided to engago Dryen's Hall, 111 Tliomas Street, for the luture meetings, as tlio presont mooting. placo at ? tho Mulga Hill Hotel-:, was deemod unsuitable. :' ? 1 ? : ? i.« — disposed ol, l'.D.CJ .M . Bro. Swainson gave an address 011 'Why is tlia M.CT. 111 tlio vail of Friendly Societies; and ?yliat suiwrior advantages does it oifor over other orders';' i?ro. iSwainson dealt with his subject' in a very mas terly and lucid fashion, giving an do-, tjail tho history of tho order sinco its inception 111 Now South Wales, inl1840.. At tho last actuarial valuation it con tained 25 ix-r cent, of all tlio Friondly Societies 'members in. Now South Walos, in accumulated capital 41 lK»r, cent. Its membership was, at tho las...

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