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MORPHETTVILLE, RACES. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

' - MORPHETTVILLE^ACES. ? ' -(.'Ttuth's' Spueiivl ^crviee'!] ?ADELAIDE, -Thursday. Ilio iolloHing acceptances havo been received -lor tho Taitersall's Eaces, to be. run at Morphottrille to-moriow : — . Trial 'Stakes, G furlongs.— Lottie, (3.10 ; Naugntj', 8.7 ; Peter Dawspn, 8.3 ; Catl Ilosc, V.a ; Aiqucbus, -'i'.! \ Boom, 7,7 ; DuiToon,.V.C; Lord Eminenco,' 7.6; I''iagstair, 7.4; Muskett ll.^V.S; iiailey corn, 7..2; Sunset, 7.2; Bullet, 7.0; Marvel ~Loch, ,7.Q ; Lady Eminence, Handicap lluulle- llaeo, about 2 milos. — jiluchra, 11.0; Lockwing, 10.10 ; Memento, y.ll; Bloiidiii,-J).10; Marvel lous, 0.10 ; Lival, .9.9 ; Narinvcri, 9.7 ; Kustic Maid, 9.2 ; Whisper,' 9.0.'. Tho November Handicap, li mile. — Dostinist,-9.9;'Lanceiot, 9.2; Koorinca S.VJ; Step, Out, 8.13 ; Becky, 8.3 ; Tho Pretender, 7.4 ; Marble 'Maid, 7^3 ;' llis Honor, 6.11 j Carliuga'6.9 ; Ellcrsteno 11., '6.9. ' V ?;,.'' ? Juvcnilo Handicap, 3 -furlongs. — Balmoral, 9.0 ;i Lord -Euston, 8.5 ; Last Port, 8.0; Guntawang...

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

: ' -NOTICE TO SECRETARIES. ' socrotaries of lodgaa and criokot clubs, ami officers cf all public bod ios holding porioc'ical meetings usually reported in the Press, aro desired to send copies of all noilcos ' summoning such' meetings, and brief reports, whore it is tho habit to supply offiolal reports. ' Copy' should reach 'Barrier Dally Truth' Offico early, but in tho. case of night meetings, news can be re ceived up to midnight.

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

BUSINESS NOTICES. - JOHN 'WATERS, Auctioneer, House Kemover, Champion Chimney Builder, Oven and Stove Setter, Furrii buro Kemovor, Buggies on Ilii», 2s. 6d. per Day, Horses and Tiolly at Is. 6d. per Hour, Mart Sale MONDAY or TUESDAY, govorned by hoisted flag and boll ringing. Brick, Lime, andCc-: ment always oii hand. I WISH YOU ALL COOD HEALTH, But should tbo roversa happen, do not forgot to consult H. LORD GARR1QUES, THE ONLY LIVE CHEMIST. . FltEK OI' CHARGE.. H. LORD GARRIQUES, ARGENT STREET KOHTII, B.H. ?30'inwf-:vi. ? Drink West Mud Beer — tho purest if bcei — and buflel no aflci olfecto. — 111.'

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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TALBOT BURNING FATALITY. MAN AND WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH WHILST INTOXICATED. MELBOURNE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

TALBOT BURNING FATALITY. ? . ? A. ? MAN AND WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH WHILST INTOXICATED. [' Truth's ' Special Correspondent.] MELBOURNE, Thursday Ni-ht. Robert Abell and iiis1 wife, both well known residents of Talbot,' returned home at a late hour last nig--^ in an intoxi cated condition. Shortly afterwards their house was fomid to be ablaze, but by the time the lire brigade, arrived on the spot, the house was totally desroyed. The bodies of a man and woman were subsequently found burnt to ashes. lioth the victims were of intemperate habits, and there is no doubt their tragic end was the result of a drinking bout.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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ONLY £1 A WEEK. BLACKSMITH ONLY LEAVES HIS WIDOW 20/ WEEKLY. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

ONLY £1 A WEEK. ? ^ ? \ BLACKSMITH ONLY LEAVES HIS WIDOW 20/ WEEKLY. ['Truth's' Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Tliursday Night. In the case before his Honor -Judge Gordon to-day, in which direction '?? was sought with respect to certain matters connected with the will of David Ilud dlestone, hae. of Eulicld,' wheelwright, counsel stated that the testator had left an estate worth £28,000, but , the wid ow jia.L only been,. given £1 per week and a dwelling-house. llis Honor remarked that iu was ii most extraordinary will for any man to tin up the. whole of an estate* worth —8,000 and lcfive his- widow with a miserable, pittance only sufficient.'1 to keep her. from being thrown into, the Destitute Asylum: Ho added: 'If wo can find a hole in the will by which wo can givo. the. wid ow more we shall certainly do so.'

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WASHED IN FROM SEA. MAN'S ARM AND HAND DISCOVERED IN THE SAND. SYDNEY, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

WASHED IN FROM SEA. , MAN'S ARM AND HAND DIS COVERED IN THE SAND. ? [' Trntk'» ' Special S'e'rrics.] Sl'DXEV, Thursday Xight. ? A discovery of a very gruesome nature was made on the beachrafc JMglitou, le Sands to-day. Partly embedded in the sn'iid' were found ,u mini's arm and hand intact. *. The- flesh' bad been eaten oil' the arm and elbow to the wrist, but the hand 'ivas well preserved. Tiicie was nothing about the limb to indicate the identity of tho victim. It had evidently iust been v/ii3li cd in. From the jagged nature of the llosh, it would nppcar tliiit sharks . ]ind» hhmi gnawing it. The police discovered the limb. They are of the belief that llio discov ery affords, an' elucidation of tho rouitut sailing mystery.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ANONYMOUS WRITER. Predicts a Change in the State Ministry. PREMIER WADE'S REPLY. SYDNEY, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

AN ANONYMOUS WRITER. Predicts a Change in the State Ministry. PREMIER WADE'S REPLY. ['Truth's' Special Service.] SYDNEY, Thursday 'Night; Tho 'Evening News' to-day pub lished a prophecy, made'by an unnamed member, of the Stato Parliament to! tho effect that Mr. 'Wado (Premier) will relinquish politics, and assunib tho Chief Justiceship in succession to Sir : Fre derick Darloy. Also, that Sir J. II. Carruthcrs. will succeed Mr. Wado as member for Gor don, and take ovor the Premiership. The writer also states that there, will bo two now men in the Minis try, and he names himself as being one of them. When tlio prophecy was brought un der tho notice of the Premier this after noon, he said that it was a very pretty picture, but if there was. any sugges tion* as to want of cohesion in the Cabinet, he would state that it was ab solutely unfounded.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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A QUEENSLAND STORM. BLOCKS OF MASSED HAIL LEFT IN ITS TRACKS. BRISBANE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

A QUEENSLAND STORM. ' BLOCKS OF MASSED HAIL LEFT IN ITS TRACKS. ['?Truth's' Special Service] BRISBANE, Thursdav Xmht. The Deputy -Postmaster-General ad vises having received from the Post-, master at Stanthorpe a report to the ef fect that'a very heavy hailstorm occurred thereon Tuesday,and again on Wednes- day evening with greater violence, regis tering 185 points of rain. ' The hail was exceptionally large, and the storm is said to be the heaviest that has ever been experienced in the district. , Tlie .streets were completely covered, presenting an unique appearance. Blocks of massed hail are said to be lying about in sheltered positions. A large quantity of glass was smash ed in the town. Reliable information received ' shows thai the fruit orchards along the line of the btorm were enormously damaged, in some instances trees and vines being smppcu.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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THE MENZIES ELECTION. A LEVY STRUCK TO PAY BUZACOTT'S LAW [?]OSTS. PERTH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

THE iMES ELECTION. A LEVY STRUCK TO PAY BUZA COTT'S LAW COSTS. , I' Truth's ' Special Service.] PERTH, Thursday Xigiil. All the Trades unions m \vest,Aintra lia have struck a levy of one shilling iiur member in order to defray the law costs of Mr. liuzacotl, who was unseated, for the iilehzios Electorate on the petition of Mr. Gregory.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

(, BUSINESS NOTICES. THE LATEST AND POPULAR, LIFE'S CONTRASTS, By Foster Frasor. ? HOLY, ORDERS, by. Mario Coielli. \ ? ?- METROPOLIS,' by Upton Sinclair. , 1 Also 1,000 POPULAR NOVELS, by '' COOd'aUTKORS, Gd. EDITIONS. ' ' XMAS NUMBERS. With THREE BEAUTIFUL COLOKED ' ?.,'... .'. ? PLATES,' l):i: ?' ''the'otaco ' witness; 'i/g.1 ' f»';i'; ^ -illi-' 'V.' .' -. OTHER XMASf NUMBBUSTO'Att ' ' . (' RIVE SliOBTLY. ','''. 1 Charles^Day and Co. ;- l palace~;buildings, ' - , ? ' K .- };f '».: - i - 'yt , ? . ; : 'exciia'Kge' buildings. _] ? ' ' ' * ,; ,- 'c307wf:306 |±ILLSIDE HAM SHOP.- ' .Live and Dressed Poultry, 'Conrad's SmallR.Tods, Fish— -Schnappor, - Bream, and Whiting, Crays, &c, guaranteed fri'sh daily. Hot. SCOTCH PIES a'nd PAST1J3S. a Specially. J. D. CURNOW, Sole Proprietor.

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SOME GOOD GALLOPS. HORSES IN TRAINING AT MORPHETTVILLE AND PARKSIDE. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

. SOME GOOB GALLOPS. . ? a ? HORSES IN TRAININC AT MORP HETTVILLE AND PARKSIDE. ['Truth's', Fpeciul Service.] ' ADELAIDE, Tlnirsday Night. In trials' at tho llorpliettvillo course this niorning .uodjeska ran six furlongs in lmiu. ISisec. Hooky covered a mils in Iniin. 4Siscc, ixnd Voter Dawson finished in front of Whisper at tho end of --six. furlongs in Kooringa went a, milo. in ,lmin. d9iscc:, and Valiant loft seven fur longs behind in 1 min. 32V£ sec' \ Destinist and Willy Wnlly, 'in com prny did a mile in 1. min. 48'sec, Des., tinist apparently going tho better of the two. ^,,,' „''?'''- ?','-'?' '-.''?+ Levoo rogisteivd linin. 'JSsec. for tlio milo, while Sir Edwin spuited fiyo iur longs in lmin. 41soc t -' ' - . ? Guntawang 'covcied, half ^ a., mile in oOJseo. . ' .''''' At Victoria Park Sedan badly defeat ed Arcturub ovei a mile in lmin.'47-}'iscc. Botli horses carried light boys. , ; - The Pretender, accompanied by Mar cus, negotiated tho mile and a quaiter in 2min.__ 19isce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 20 November 1908

Perhaps You Don't Know the Cheapest Place in Broken Hill for Boots and SKoes. Try BO AN BROS. FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR. - Here's just half-a-dozen lines as a guide. Not special lots put out like a bait, but regular stock prices that are backed to beat anything else on the Barrier. . N.B. — To bear out this argument, ask to. sec the lines mention ed in the 'Barrier Daily Truth.' STRONG WORKING BLUCHERS,- both plain and sprigged, a good solid leather working boot, in all' sizes,' ./ 'ATBOAN'S ONLY 3/3 1 a pair. ? GENT'S CALF LACE-UP BOOTS for street wear, either plain m. iiritli +r\onm-- 'Phis isi KVi bnnnst. won pin'.- fVilmiinl-innfin I-?not for the artisan /.?-.' ' ? '.','. , ' % ', ' , , . ?? t AT BOAN BROS.' ONLY 4/11 a pair. LADIES' SHOES, ' Black J31ace' Kid; either lace or with straps, 'Patent Toecap. A' Neat-fitting Shoe in all sizes' . '? ' . .' ' AT BOAN BROS\ ONTjY'3/G pair. * CHILDREN 'S'LEATIIER SHOES, made for hard, rough wear, eithei tan or blackball sizes; - ,, ' - tl ' ' A...

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A GENEROUS EMPLOYER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

;'- ,A GENEROUS EMPLOYER. '-r At the Police Comt yesterday morniiig, before Jir. J. McKenscy, S.JI., Leo. fied cricks, a well-dressed and . respectable looking young man; w as charged with the cmbu/nlemcnt of. n - hum , of -.Cl/(i/4, money paid to him by 'Mrs.1 Marks, whilst in tho employment of Mr.. Reginald Arie 'tor- AVilsou. Accused had been employed al~lhciDu Rieu 'stores, inul was on icniaml fiom tho previous day,' bail being allowed in one biircty of ,t3(-vtle ,was brought buck from Piiit I'iiio. on-\\YtInesil.iy last, liy ?ponstable Jiaki;i. ,' ? Accubcd pleatled guilty, and in formed Sergeant Sainb.v Hint he hail |jaj(l.\ spent the nionpy in gambling a'ml (loetor'.i medi cine.,,. \ ,? - . ,-, 1 . r HeginaUU.A'ii'lpr 'JVil-,ouv pio'piiolor lif the,Du Rieu Stores. Aipeiit Street, said accusi'd was in his_eniploy. for about IS months. Up to wilhiu.tlie past two 01 jtlirdc.. weeks, witness had no ira°on lo 'doiibt his honesty. 'Ili« work had always been well. done, liml the flr...

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PULLS IN PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

PULLS IN PARLIAMENT. ? 9 ' ^~ Open or veiled charges of corruption aic constantly being made against mom beis of Parliament. Are l..ere no means by which 'graft,' as it' is 'undoi stood in America, can bo pre'vonted-^punished so severely that it' wjll *, cease ; to be 'worthwhile?' - \s : ' Our Pei th coiTcspondunl lulegiaphcd on Thuisdav nicht particulars of one of the commonest allegations. It has ueen usMi'itiul that 3Ir. J.- T. (Jlowiey, M.L.C., has used his position to secuie early information as to tho lines of now railway decided upon by tho Gov ornment, and to clutch as much land as possible, within easy reach of tho rails, either by grant from the Lands De purtincnl, nr by jn'ivato purchase from the ignorant holders. Many people who arc not cursed with a double dose Df cynicism suspect that ,. tho long wrangle over tlie^wfp of Hie Fcdeml Capital covered ma: ocuvios intended to put members in possession of 'op- tions', on acres- whose pi ice will multiply a hundred-fold ns s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

Barrier Daily Truth. - ? t « ((01Bcial Organ of tho Barrier Labor .Federation.)' Maintained in' the interests 'of the organised workers.* PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. PRICE, ONE PENNY. Subscription : 13/ paf, half-year, post froo to any part of tho\Commonwealth. All Communications to be address ed to-- tho Managing-Editor (AVill, A. Jones). , » ' . » ADVERTISING CONTRACTS.— All Alterations must bo in by 10 a.m. each morning. ' ' , v-\v ADVERTISEMENTS.— Casual' ' ' Ad vertisements will bo taken every day up to midnight. t TELEPHONE 254. Notice to Contributors.— AVo if vito contributions, whether favorable ot othcruiso to tho policy of this paper. Bo biief, for our spaco is valuable. Unless othoiwiso ariangod, all contri butions will bo doomed gratuitous. 'Barrier Daily Truth.' Saturday, November 21,. 1908.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

I , J AMUSEMENTS. ...cryvL. (Ry ,tre. orystai. theatre, crystal theatpe. '''??*. SAVER'S ALL STAR COMPANY. A STARTLING ATTRACTION FOR TO-NIGHT. I .? Five New Artiste Crystal -'Theatre Te-Nipht. I; ? --.^j^y fa,CT.to..rM^,^.M, LEONARD NELSON, I,'' ' Australia's Loading Character Comedian. | BOVIS and .DARLEY.c - \ CLIFTON BROS., . If !- , Musical Sketch Artists. ' Roman King Experts. I] '. Tho Boxing Kangaroo, 'llji.j;htio Sm ith, Delwyn and Tyc, Clias. Naylor, ' p, Ethel Leslie, Arthur Morley, mid Gus Deno\ ? -f- H.' . *?? RECOLLECT AT THE CRYSTAL, i % If-1. PRICES': 2/, 1/0, 1/. ARTHUS MORT.EY, Stage Manager. , ' I ' ' , . 320 ' ' THEATRE ROYAL/ Tp-NICHT (SATURDAY). '' GRAND PICTURE and VATJDWVII .ii SHOW. Tho management have I -' . obtained at Gioat TO.\p.':iK'- ' ' '' ' THE CRHAT r''T.7M0N RACE, 1908, ,' A struggle between all nations, ami oilier films 'showing in all 5,000ft. Also '.' (by special request), rT2UC3L.n FOR LIFE. Jones and Thomas in doubles, jj Pardon and St. i]1.,-...

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BRIEF CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

BRIEF CABLES. [Router's Sen ice ] In opening the Library elected at Eton School, to commemorate old Etonians killed in the South African war, King Edward oxhortcd the boys to 'maintain the traditions which had made Eton ie nowncd in history.' ' - ' The JMikado, at Kobe, ieue«ed 110 Japanese warships, exclusive of sub marines. ' ' . / ,'. The official census slurob that there are 41,4(18 unemployed in Gi cater Benin. . The Russian Grand Juke Cynl has been reinstated in his arm}' lank, and as an aide-de-camp to the Can. ' The Committee on Piiulpgcs of ,the House of Lords, has decided that Albeit Kirby Fairfax, late of Virginia (U,S.A.), lias proved his claim to the title of Loid Fairfax of Cameron, in the peerage of Scotland. In reply to Mr. Ifenniker Ileatoii's .statement that Lord Balfour of . Burlcigh opposed the penny-a-word cabie' proposal because lie was connected with certain cable companies/Sir. Bany (a caule com pany director) says that foul Balfoui was not connected' with an...

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TEN-WORD TELEGRAMS FOR A PENNY. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

TEN-WORD TELEGRAMS FOR A PENNY. [Ruitci's Sen ice] LONDON, Friday. i'.rancc has adopted tlio lelcgram-lcltcr sjotem, enabling tlie sender to telegraph at night-time at, the rate of 10 wordu for a penny, delivery \to lake place of tha telegrani' us a letter in the morning.

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LABOR DIFFERENCES. Prominent Socialists Refuse to Associate on Same Platform. CONFLICT AND HUMAN PROGRESS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

LABOR DIFFERENCES. ? v ? Prominent Socialists Refuse to Associate on Same Platform. CONFLICT AND HUMAN PROGRESS. [Renter's Scrvice.J LOXDOX, Fiiday. Jlr. H. jr. Jlyndman (tho well-known Maixian Socialist) and Mr. Victor Gi ay son '(Socialist member for the Colne Val ley diusion of Yoikbhirc), lefuse to ap pear on the same, platfonn as Mr. Kcir Haruie, M.P. [The estrangement between the Social Democratic l''pdciation ancl the Inde ])endcnc Labor Party is increasing. Mr. Keir Hardie belongs to the IL.P., and Jtesirs. liynuinan and Grayson to the ri.D.F.' The main giounds of disagiee ment is the alleged unscientific basis of tho I.L.P. The S.D.K. is a lenlion. of the Socialist Federation of Australia, and teims the JL'P. icactionary and' middle-class. Just as the Laboi Party ,of Austialia is labclkd by -no ' Ini possibilist' section of Socialists. The immediate cause of the lcfusal of Mcssis. llyndnian .ind -J,.iyaon to as sociate with Mr. Ifaidie may be due to the dilleience of opinio...

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BRITISH PRESS CONFERENCE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

BRITISH PRESS CONFERENCE. [Ilculct'b bcuice] LONDON, Fndiiv * A big programme is being prcpaied foi , the delegates to the Imperial Press Con ference, which opens on June '7, and is to last foi a period of three weeks LiJelegatcs will be enabled to inspect some gieal naval base, \isit industi ml, shipbuilding, and univcisit.v cenlics, and exchange views with leading statesmen and professional - men, besides seeing something of English country life undei uibtingrublrod nuspiceb ]

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