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BLACKSMITHS AND TOOLSMITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

BLACKSMITHS AND TOOLSMITHS. ? A meeting of tho BIacKsmiths'. Tocrf ' smiths','.- and Strikors' Union was . hold at the Trades Hall last night,. Mr. A. E. Martin- (president) being in 1.110 chair. ?Mcssr.'!. Cummo-.v and Martin reported very exhaustively 011 : business . relating to tho^Combined Unions,- and the C011- 1 ference. . ??. ' ? The reports were received and adopted, 1 'and the representatives congratulated on I their very able rcpoit. , : . Messrs. - Wilson and; Cains . reported fully oil behalf-of the Eight Hours', Comr niittee,: stating that a financial balance sheet had been adopted and issued, show ing tnat the result had been a, satisfac tory-one. Also. tliat Mr; ' Wilson had been appointed to ; the vacancy : on the League of Wheelmen 'caused by tho .re tirement of Mr. J. Hughes. .- :Mr.\ Wiltshire, as steward, tendered^his resignation, .which was reeeived with re-, 'grot. Mr. C. Tliiele was appointed 111 Jiis'place. Tho secretary was authorised to have printed 'notie...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ARCADIAN EVENING. A PLEASANT EVENING AT THE SULPHIDE STREET CHURCH. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

AH ARCADIAN EVENING. g ? A PLEASANT EVENING AT THE SULPHIDE STREET CHURCH. CHURCH. Last night at tlio Lecture JI&U of tho Sulpludo Street Methodist Cliureh, an Arcadian Evoning was held, and at tracted a largo attendance. The hall was vciy tusietuuy dccoratcd 1 n ith greenery, reliovod by ? gay Chinese lantern',. A most enjoyable programme of musical and elocutionary items was presented, all of tho ltoms being of a high-class character, and heartily np plaudcd. 4 During the intoirals an: opportunity ? „„-.i * 11 U-ilViU\,U V ? ill OUL1U1 1I»'. 1 torcourso and appropriate creaturo.com- 1 forts,- such as ico cream- and cool drinks. .1 Those present, provod of a sociablo dis- 1 position, - .with,. tha result, .that .a. .very. I pleasant ovoning was spont. - 1 ' Tho following , wero tho items of tho 1 progVammo : — Overture,. ' Waves 'of I tho Ocean,' Misses Rawling and* An- drews; song, 'xne King's Minstrel,' Mr. Virgo song, ' Tho Rose,' . Miss Gray ; recitation,: Miss. : McKcn...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATURDAY'S RACING. LIST OF HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM THEIR ENGAGEMENTS. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

SATURDAY'S RACING. LIST OF HOR8ES V/ITHDRAWN FROM THEIR ENCACEMENT8. ? - ['Truth's' Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. ? ; -The . acceptances- for Tattersall's meet ing, to ; bo- run ? on ? Saturday,- 1 are. due to day. ? The following list of- horses; were to day withdrawn from their engagements:* „ Trial 'Handicap.' — Nipper and Cap tain-Cook; ?'??'/ V . Hurdles.-^-Galway Lad. ? -,, -,????-? 'November-: Handicap.— Willy AVally; : Boastful, Hotspur, and A1 Caaba. . ? v Juvenile -Handicap. — Tinman, Bonds, aiiu Golden Hill. Corinthian Handicap. — Hotspur, Me mo, anil Sufferer. 1'iying Handicap. — Boastful, Lottie, Dante, and Marble Maid.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMESTEAD LEASE APPLICANTS. WHAT TO DO IF THEY WISH TO TAKE UP LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

HOMESTEAD LEASE APPLICANTS. WHAT TO DO IF^THEY WISH TO TAKE UP LAND. - : So many complaints of dol^y on tho part of tho Western Land Board in notifying applicants for homestead loascs as to thoir success or otherwise have' boon received at this oliicb that yosterday a representative ot 'Barrior Daily Truth' waited upon Mr. J. Grantor, surveyor and inspector of tlie Western Land Board, with a view to obtaining somo information on tho mattor. In roBponso to our reporter's, query, Air. Grantor said that ihe successful OHIIJJIIHIM »L'1U JIULIHUU Uy 1UHIAJ1, UX1U llieir names were also published in tho 'Government Gazette.' The un successiul applicants, 'however, were not notified until thoy received a let tor onclosing a voucher to Bign.for tho return of their deposit. Mr. Grantor was in a position, to stato that tlio Mt. Arrow-smith resumed area had been allotted to Mr. A. W. Officer. Ho also said that from infor mation roceivod ho could stato that thoro would bo no moro mootings of th...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A VISITING PUGILIST. HOCK KEYS CHATS ABOUT THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

A VISITING PUGILIST. HOCK KEYS CHATS ABOUT . JHINCS IN CENERAL. .; Upon '.the, arrival of Hock ICoys at Brolct'ii Hill' yesterday ''morning,' a ro prcsentativo 'of ? tho ' '.'Barrier- .-Daily Truth'? liad'n' chat with tliis.wcllikriown pugilist..':;,.'','^,'.;-.:, 'After i'tlici.,V p'ristomiiiy 'conversational preliminariesi V 'How do you i feel after yyur bout/witlr Ai-thui- Douglas!'' was queried of tho visitor. ? -''It did mo good,' was tho reply, 'Jthougli L.got beaten. I can keep my solt right now, and I expect to b« roalfv- wcll on the night I meet Lyn. 1'ruscott. ,1- think that I will give -wice as' good a show with liim as 1 lid ; against Douglas.' - 'Didn't you havo to pull- off a lot if weight to meet tho South African?' : 'Yes, and I was too weak as tho result. I usually fight at 10st., but I^had to drop moro weight than I did when I fought Frank Thorn. _I had to;Conie down to Oat. 51b. with /Thorn, and down, to 9st. with Douglas.' r 'In . that case, can Douglas claim (ho...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 19 November 1908

IN MEMORIAM. MONTAGUE.—In fond and loving       memory of our dear mother, who   died November 10, 1906. At Rest.       Inserted by her sorrowing sons, F.       W., F. A., and daughter and son-in-law,   E. and H. Pullin.   z324

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RE[?]HABITES LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

RECHABITE8 LODGE. K moiling of the Hope of Picton Lodge, I Oil, Ko 70, wns held on Wednesday night, Bro S lownsend presiding over II large attcnuance Bro Hancock, ADS, was ilso present lhe chairman reported on the forth comm' menic at bilveiton on Deccm ber 2nd, anu haul everything was pro giessmg satisfactorily in connection with the tunelion, which promised to be a. hugtt success Aftei the gem ml business' of the meeting hid been transaeUd, a Pound Social w is held, at which a long and vancd programme of instrumental, vo cal, and elocutionary items, interspersed vrith games, wns submitted lhe evening's entertainment conclttd ed- with light' refreshments, and was al together enjoyable.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

MAX KRANTZ, milE ALL NATIONS STORE; -1- SOUTH B. HILL. SACRIFICE OF DRAPERY, BOOTS. AND SHOE8, A'l COS! PRICK Exceptionally Large Stock, must be Reduced. PRINTS, 2/11 do/ MUSLINS, 3/11 dor.. CHOICE STOCK OF WINES. c323:fsm:13e FOR. INFORMATION apply to C. STANLEY BURGESS, Licen sed Pat«nt Attorn«y (1892). 89 Kin* William Street, Adelaide. Panrphlota Free- on application. c307nnvf :31. This office is open oa Sunda7 night, as well as every other night (except Saturday), to re ceive advertisements for inser tion in the morrow's paper.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

ODDFELLOWSHIP. A. bpccial summoned meeting 'of the Loval Plummoi 1 odgo, MUI001 , was held at the Mechanics' Institute, oouth Broken Hill, last mghi, the \\ G , Bro Wood, presiding An eliction for the position of financnl sccrclaiv (fendeted vacant bj the rcsig nation of Bro Coombe) icsulted m the selection of 'P.O. Bro.lt. t.amlen.:--Uranu Master 11 Beville, assisted bv -.Deputy CM Bro K'T Malej dulj installed the newly elected olhcer, dwelling in fehcit ous terms upon the biutabilitv of Bio Gamlm foi the olhce ^. Bro Gamlm smtablj responded The speci il balance sOiect, vv Inch was rtcnved and adopted, showed a satisf.ic toiv btale ot finances It was resolved that s. paid sick visitor be appointed, Bio Tan ant being ultimate!} selected foi the position The usual routine business w as then transacted, after which harmony was contnbutcd by Bros Swainson, Malev, Ueville, and Whittenburg, the lodge' closing at the appointed tune

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

EMPIRE HALL. ?\\ith the change of progiammc last night the Umpne II ill Company were heaid to advantage Piomtnent among the new items icndored were those of Mr Beit Thomas, who was 111 spUndid voice, and icndcrcd his ballads 111 a style that at once caught on with the audi enco George Pagden, who nevei fails to maks his listeneis laugh, also hud fiomc fresh jokes In adilion to Die other membds of the company, some eipcciallj fine moving pictuici which »re 'nev to Broken llill were shown The present piogramme will be ton tintied until Saturday night, when eome new ltuus are to be submitted The companv will also be transrerrcd to Harris's Ihcatrc Koval on the same night, and on Sunday night nt the same place a intioaal concert will be provided, when some specially selected items are announced to be givtn

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENT'S BUDGET SPEECH. What He Proposes Doing With the Surplus. EIGHT HOURS ON THE RAILWAY. MELBOURNE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

BENT'S BUDGET SPEECH. What He Proposes Doing With the [Surplus. EIGHT HOURS ON THE RAILWAY. ['Truth's' Special Service.] MEL-B0URN13. Tliursdnv Xiirlif;. ' Sir Thomas ?Bent (Premier 'and Treas urer) delivered his Budget Speech in the Legislative Assembly this afternoon. Sir Thomas staled thai the surplus of ,£4-10,lijl was to be applied towards the reduction of 'the consolidated revenue dc licit. lie intended to pursue a bold policy in regard to railway and waterwork's construction. , ile recognised that the Commonwealth liad heavy financial lesponsibilities (o undertake during thu next few years. Under the circumstances, Vietorin wns prepared to take less than three-quarters of the net revenue from Customs and Excise, under the Tiruddon clause, and not ask for the full. proportion of five-eighths until 3!) years after the inception of the new arrangements. During that period (he increase to the. full lire-eighths should be made by easy stages. Tlie Premier says he expects to gel .C...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAS BY THE [?]AN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

CAS BY THE CAN. . It. is exceedingly likely that within tho next 12' months dwellers in isolated country homos in Australia will buy from thojgrocer gas to light their liouse holds us readily as they now buy kero sono. A new' illuminanf, called 'blaugas,' after its inventor, has made this' possible, and a writer in 'Har- por's Weekly' gives a full account of it. It is delivered in handy little cyclindors as easily and safely as so much bottled cream. — 'Life.'

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMMIGRANTS FOR QUEENSLAND. THE OPHIR BRINGS IMMIGRANTS AND CLERGYMEN. BRISBANE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

IMMIGRANTS FOR QUEENSLAND. THE OPH1R BRINGS IMMIGRANTS AND CLERGYMEN. ? . ['Truth's' Special Service] 13HISUANE, Thursday Night. Nincly-lhrce immigrants arrived in Brisbane to-day by the steamer Ophir, from -London. '. , Tho same steamer also brought from London four Anglican clergymen, who wore engaged by Arch-Bisnop Donald son. for work in Queensland.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARRIER LABOR FEDERATION. DECIDE TO COMMENCE A CAMPAIGN TO ORGANISE ALL BARRIER UNIONS INTO THE FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

? BARRIER LABOR FEDERATION. DECIDE TO COMMENCE A CAM PAIGN TO ORCANISE ALL BAR RIER UNIONS INTO THE- FED- ERATION. : The usual fortnightly meeting . pfi'.lhe Barrier. Labor Federation was held; nt, the Triiilos.lldll last night. . .?;-'- .' r ? y There _jyere' present .delegates' ? Hewitt (in.' the', chair), Copelarid- (acting! ; secre- tary); Lbring,S..acklefprd:Wright,VScott, Iv'ejvilayes, Beatuiionti Ohandleivand'the inaiiaging editor' of y'Truth.' ? \! ?'_ ? ?\ :.'Applbgie.s - we're . received from Messrs^ Hogan, ...Muty, and .Ktlvvarils. - : . . .? , ? :??? , .; Heports'yvcre received and' dealt' (vyilh froiii .the '' Truth' 'management ?coinmit- tee. .,; The'.reports.diselosed a most satis factory.' position, regurding the L' Barrier 'Daily 'Truth;?.; : It vvas ..fourid .thaf^tlie cstiniated'-cxponditure hud liot.-.beenAex: cceded, while the' revenue f roiii.- advertise- ments ;.nh'd : sales had exceeded'-; expeeta-; tious.V,' 'The , circulation ;.vyas\ .increasing ilnily, aii...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIVAL SOAP-MAKERS. TAKE THEIR CASE BEFORE THE HIGH COURT. PERTH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

* RIVAL SOAP-MAKERS. TAKE TKE1R CASE BEFORE THE HJGH COURT. ? - I' Truth1!. '- Special Service.] PJSHTir, Thursday Night. In I !u- Federal High Court to-day, Mosst*. lluifovil and Sons (the well known .soap-manufaclurcrs) sued Messrs. .Viowling and Son for an injunction, and for an account of the profits in connection with the manufacture and sale of Tulip fc'ou p. The p'.uiiililis ? contended that Tulip 'j-onp was got up similar to Signal soap p.ickcl.' . Mr. Justice O'Connor decided that the defendants bad nut deceived the public ami that Tulip soap had not been mis taken for Signal sou]). The plaintiH's were non-suited, with costs.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"UP IN A BALLOON." What Visitors to the Western Oval To-Morrow Will See. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

'UP IN A BALLOON.' ? . ? ^ ? What Visitors to the Western Oval To-Morrow Will See. ' 'The .time is eoming'..wlien navigation of.'.tlie air-vvill be as easy of accomplish-, nibht as ai.toihobiliiig;' , . ? ,; '..-.'. '?:''.;'? ? 'This is the 'opinion of; Jlr.Beebe,' as i expressed to a: representative.; of v : the 'Barrier- Daily U'rutli.'''-''' ~' V;»;-'- ;.\ ' ' Mr. Beebe is one of :the- managers 'of the aeronaut crevv vvhieh'-. is,;to give '.a uiiiiuuil uauuill' C'.Mllull'lUJl UJ1 I.J1U \ V UStUril ; Oval to-morrow ..afternoon;: ? ??{ :? i :'V Mr. Beebe is. an Aineriean,; and Was born,' 38 years agiyiit a little town abqiit 100 miles - from ,j\rew York! city,. : lie first, becan mn.-.nit' hiillhoiiiiiAi'mittf 29. years ago, and 'siiieo. then; has .travelled many. .thousands of-ihilcs:in the air, very often, (loBcendiiig nt-tbe rate- of '200 ; miles an : hour.-.- .. .v ? ';?' ?v';-'':-.:' , ' '-.:-?V.. ^ij%^'J '??'?? 'Ballooriing,',' said.'Mr. ' Beeboj '''is one of'tho most; fttsci...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIVE REVOLVERS STOLEN. DARING GANG OF BURGLARS BELIEVED TO BE OPERATING. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

* FIVE BEVOL-VSaS STOLEN. DARING GANG OF BURGLARS BE LIEVED TO BE OPERATING. [' Truth'? ' Special Service.] \ ADELAIDE, Thursday NiKht. Some time during last night, a pane of glass was broken in ono of tho win dows of. Shorney's ironmongery shop, at Port' Adelaide, and live revolvers stolen. Taken in conjunction with the recent theft of detonators, and tliodiscovcry of a ' plant ' of explosives, tho robbery of revolvers scorns to indicate thai a daring gang of burglars have made their hcad qunitnn in Adelaide, and are prepared to report to extreme measures in order to obtain plunder.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE MOTHERS FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

WHERE MOTHERS FAIL. Women fail in feeding. their children — often in their ignorance sickening and even killing them bv their mdis ciect food, oi insufficient clothing Nurses are trusted to wrap up babies, and they take them out in winter wc.i ther in thin cloaks, w ith then dress sleeves lolled up, and tl pncumoni i le suit, tho cry goes up, 'How in the woild did it happen J' Ii men had the, care of babies, would thoso things .oe'bu'r? ? '? Men are notorious for know ing about food and dressing thombclv es warmly., It is an exceptional man who neglects his health. It is the woman who wears low shoes and silk stock ings' in cold or wet weather. '?; The man puts on woollen socks and stout, hoayy, solid walking shoos; — 'Austra- lian Homo Journal.' ' '

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.A. FACTORIES BILL. CONFERENCE TO BE ASKED FOR BETWEEN BOTH HOUSES. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

? S.A. FACTORIES BILL. CONFERENCE TO BE ASKED FOR ' BETWEEN BOTH HOUSES. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] ADELAIDE. Thursday Night. In the Legislative Assembly to-day the Premier (Mr. T. Price) moved that the House insist on, its disagreement with the Legislative Council's amendments in the factories Bill. 'It was decided to ask for a Conference between the two llouses on the subject.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURMAH AND CHINA. Protest Against Continuance of Manchu Dynasty. LARGE MEMORIAL SIGNED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

' BURMAfl AND CHINA. Protest Against Continuance of the Manclm Dynasty. ??* LARGE MEMORIAL SIGNED. [Reutcr'a Service.] LONDON, Thursday. iinrsj; iiiousana Uiineso at Burmah have signed a memorial, against tho succession of- Puyi (tho iioirpresump tivo to tho ?Chinese throne), ,on the ground that ho is a Mnnchu, not a Chinese. '.[The fllanehu dynasty is only some 3Cj(t- years old— quite a bhort-livcd affair as.tlio Chinese measure time — and tho l«;uiuu.or me lvimuio ?? jvinguom liavo never eutiroly accepted tho nilos of these invaders from Manchuria. There havo been rebellions without number ; tho Court lias always kept a Mauchu guard of bannorinon ; tho language of the Imperial Palace has been .Manchu, and not true Chinese ; opposition to reform ' has como from tho Mandarins of' the higher ranks, who aro .still alien to? Chinese sentiments after 300 ?ybai-s. Native historians account for the con quest by tho customary interposition of Providence. f' While a Manchu maiden was seated...

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