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SHEARER GETS COMPENSATION. J. H. YOUNG AND CO. PAY FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

SHEARER GETS COMPENSATION. ? 4 ? J. H. YOUNG AND CO. PAY FOR: BREACH OF CONTRACT. ['Tiuth's' Special Seivicc] ADELAIDE, Friday Night. JThe ease of J mcs^Mai shall versus J. II. Young and Co., sheep-shearing con tractors, Adelaide, was hc.iul beforo Mr. Rordon, S.M., in the Adelaide Police Comt to-day. _ ' This was an action in which James Mai shall sued J. IT.- Young and Co. foi dismissal fiom shcaiing-shcds at Analby station on Octobci - 10, u ithout alleged cause or lawful excuse: , Plamtifl also claimed ,Z- IOsV foi al leged breach of cnutiast.. '_? — jLiiin. uiv.ii:,- 'mm .^suvuniir otiiersr-WIieie compensation 'was claimed lor alleged niongful dismissal, '-weio regaided as le»t cases -allcctmg the pobilions of membeis of tho Sheaieis' Union, and members of /-the Puatoi.ilists* Associa tion. - ^ ,.- , -? AfteV the i.ise had brcn mentioned counsel confcircd 'with a view to, a settlement being aimed at, and it was announced by JH. Denny^on behalf of thcplaintifi that in the case M...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ZULU "REVOLT." LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

THE ZULU 'REVOLT.' LRculci's Sen ice] LOXDOX, Triuay Mjombolnann, a Zulu Chief, has been found guiltj at Giejtown, Natal, of the muulei of bitsclutsliilli, a lovabsl Chicr, and-sentenecd to death Dini/iilu, the Zulu Chief, who foi some time has been undei auest on a charge of inciting to mm dei and lebelhon dur ing the hist native 'ie\olt' m Natal, is now on his tinil

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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£3,000,000 A YEAR. Mr. J. D. Rockefeller States This is His Income From Oil. DENIES COERCING. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

£3,000,000 A YEAR. Mr. J. D. Rockefeller States This is His Income From Oil. DENIES COERCING. [Router's Service.] LONDOX,' Friday.' Mi.'.l. D. KocKcfeller, Piesideiit of the Stendaid Oil Tiust, had to enter the witncss-bo\. at the Missouii, U.S.A., yest erday, to gNu evidence in the action bi ought against the ? Tiust by '?the State. ? It is alleged that the^Oil Tiust had peisistcntly defied the- law, and that it is inimical to the public^intcicst, and on these counts the Court is petitioned to order its dissolution. Mr. Kockefpllei wns examined as to his interest in the Tiust. die said he owned a quaitcr of the stock, and from that qiuutoi deiived an income of three millions steiling. In ciosn-e\amination he denied that the Tiust used coercive methods to com pel othei and uval Oil Companies .to dispose of then inteiests to tho Stand aid Tiust. [This is one of the pel seditions insti gated by Picsidcnt Roosevelt. It has lippii piowd that the Standaid Oil Tiu-t ha-, hacked both Repub...

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THE EUROPEAN CONFERENCE. Turkey Calls for a Grantee Against Further Aggression. SERVIAN CLAIMS ARE AUSTRIA'S CONCERN. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

THE EUROPEAN COHERENCE. ? * ? Turkey Calls for a Guarantee Against Further Aggression. SERVIAN CLAIMS ARE AUSTRIA'S CONCERN. (Ktuttr's Service.) LONDON. Friduv. The Powers have now received the opinions of the three States chiefly con cerned as to the programme that should be the basis of a Emopean Conferemo to deal w'lth dcpaitures fiom the sct tlenents made by the Beihn tronfj. Russia demands that the -validity of An«ti iii's net in annexing Bosnia and IIoi/cgoMiui bhouhlTje treated as matter foi diicussion Austn.L msibis unon flin 0\pliiuir»T» nf Bosnia and Ilci/egovina fiom tlie dis cussion. The Poite's progiamme for the pio posed Emonc.in Confeience to settle the Balkan tioubles is, as follows. — The Poite accepts as subjects foi the consideration of the Conference tho status of Biilgana, the 'status of Bos nia nnd IlGi/egown.1, and the compensa tion due to Tin key owing to the alteia tion of the status quo by hoi loss of her uitcisl, m the two piounee-- A decim ation is lcquii...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT AN ALL-NIGHT SITTING TO DISCUSS THE LICENSING BILL. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT AN ALL-NICHT SITTINC TO DIS CUSSTHE LICENSING BILL. _\ ? [?'Truth's*' Special Service.] ^ , AJJBLAJD13. l'iid.iy Xight. -vTIie-Le{(iHlati\-' Abhomli'j siit-until S o'clock this morning considcimg lthe Licensing Bill in Committee. ? The clause undci uhich bai maids uic to be abolished was earned uitlioul' a division 6r witliout an ^Iteration' being ijiade. - ' The clause pro\iding foi the closing of all hotels on Cluistmas O.iy and Good Fnday «as modified by substituting the m oi ds. 'that on those days the hotels be eiuica at a p m. ' ; A division uas taken jon tin' 'claiisc dealing vmIIi tho cioiingv ot hotels , on election days. By 14 votes to 8, it was decided that' the piowsiou should stand. ' The suggestion to close all hotels at 10 o'clock each night was l ejected by 13 v oles to 7. The House lesumed its sitting at 2 o'clock this afternoon, and went into Committee. ~ '

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BRITISH POLICY. Sir Edward Grey on the Proposed European Conference. TURKEY ASSURED FAIR PLAY. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

BRITISH POLICY. ^ ? Sir Edward Grey on the Proposed European Conference. TURKEY ASSURED FAIR PIAY. (Reuter'» Service.) LONDON, Triuaj. Sir Edward Grey, Seciotary foi Foieign Affairs, speaking at a Liberal meeting at Scarborough (Yoikshiic) to-daj', acknow ? lodged the Opposition Leadei's generous support of the Government's foieign policy. Thi9 suppoit would convince the Euro pean Pov.eis 'that Gicat Biitam had a consistent foreign policy; and the nn pression of stability and solidity would be a- valuable factor. The British navy must be maintained at such a stiengtli as would enable it to overcome any probable combination brought against it. Theie was no half-way house between complete safety and absolute nun. ltefeuing Fto the Balkan tioublc, Sn Mwaid Giuy trusted that iho propose.! conference of the signatoiy Powers would dispose of all the difficulties connected with the action of Austiia in assuming possession of Bosnia and ' Ilcr/egovina lie pointed out, however, that a confer...

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

THE BBER,'dY i bottle, manufactured by tU/i ' S. A. Brewing' Co. in Broken Hill 13 not to be excelled in any other part of the Common wealth, BO SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY.

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

S. A. Brewing Co., LIMITED. . BREWER8 and WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANTS. Draught and Bottlod Alo and Stout, Win's and Spirits.

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THE IMMORAL "MESSIAH." Smyth—-Piggott, of "The Abode of Love," to be Prosecuted. A BLASPHEMOUS ADULTERER. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

I THE IMMORAL 'MESSIAH;1 Smyth— Piggott, of. 'The Abode of Love,' to be Prosecuted. A BLASPHEMOUS ADULTERER. [Router's Service.] LONDON, Friday. Proceedings have been begun by the Bishop of Bath and Wells (Dr. Reunion) against Rev. J. II. .Smyth-Pigott) the clergyman who has proclaimed liint self to be VThe Messiah,' and has been living in open immoiality with a young woman at Spaxton. Dr. Kcnnion claims juiisdictiou under the Clergy Discipline Act. as Sniv'th' B Piggott is (or was) m Holy Ouloid, and H hia 'Abode' is within the diocese. Hj [The lir.st Agapemore, or ''Abode of Love,' was founded in IS.')!), at Chailiiich, near Briilguwater, . in Somersetshire, by a community of religious \ isionaries, wim Henry James Prince, an ex-clergyman, of the Church of England, at their head. Foi some time after Prince's death 'little was heard of the sect. Then Piggott look lend at the Agapemomtc Church in Clapton, London; staitled his followers by declaring himself to he divine; v and for so...

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

HOTELS. i (Silver Age Hotel. ARGENT STREET. I3E5T LIQUORS ALWAYS TO BE *-* HAD. -Beer Tipes ? C]«*n«d ?very morning, Customers may be kasured tbat they will always got a Clean Glais, Good Liquor, and Civility. i307:SS , Criterion Motel, _ Corner Argent and Bromide Streets. TOwTrEID (Late of the B. H. Proprietary). has taken over the above Hotel, and shall be pleased to welcome Old Frienda and New alike. THE BEST OF LIQUORS. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION . FOR BOARDERS - JjARGE AND LOFTY ROOMS. Bath anu every Convenience. ? , ? . C307.366. j ? *. -? ~T GLADSTONE HOTEL, Corner MOIUSH mid SOUTH STREETS. C.CALLAGHAN, Proprietor. Tho Premier House for COOL. BEER. Exquisite SPIRITS ? and WINES. ' ' c32Gst:128 I j' ~ ?'???' I I Drink West End Boer— th« purest 67 I feeer, and Buffer no after affects. I e324bfs:102 BUSINESSNOTICES; ' TN'ic ESTATE of F. MOORE, Storc -*?' keeper, lato of Chloride Sticet, Broken Hill. 'All CREDITORS to above Estate ,aro hereby notified to forward statement, with parti...

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THE PERTH RACES. PERTH, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

THE PERTH RACES. ['Truth's' Special Service.] , » PERT! I, Friday Night. -o htiaiglit-out betting has been ie .corded on the Perth Cup or the Railway Stakes. - * '

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MATCH BETWEEN BUTTAN SINGH AND PETER BANNON OFF. PERTH, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

MATCH BETWEEN BUTTAN SINCH AND PETER BANNON OFF. [' Truth's' Special Service.] 1'BRTII. Fiiday Night. The wrestling championship '-match, which' 'was- to have taken place'- between Petot Bannoii andKButtan Singh, is off. Bunion is repoited to liaio left Perth for South Afuin. -* ???''.-? /

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THE PRICE OF LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

THE PRICE ;6f: LEAD; ^ 'As the price of lead during the half year ended September- 30,. 1908,'. was too Ioh to permit the working of tlie sulphides in tlio . Broken Hill ' Block 1-t Mine, attention was devoted entire ly to tho carbonate- section. -There 15,525 tons of ore wcro extracted, against 13,762 for tho preceding , half year, the. grade being 33.23 per 'cent, lead and 1*2.19 oz. silver per ton. ' Mr. Jamoa Hocking, the manager, estimates that there aro 12,000 tons of oro still in sight in. this section, compared witli 9000 tOIlS Six mouths nravinnaiir. mid that as work proceeds tho available ton nage will be materially increased. Tlie Company expended .c-J.UOS in prospect ing tlio sulphide zone, and as a result of the work carried out on tho 300ft. and 400ft. levels, oro reserves above the COOft. level' aro estimated to bo 220,000 tons, .averaging 12 per. cent.' lead, 8.5 oz. silver, and 9 per cent, zinc. A contract has been entered into with tho Goldfields Diamond Drill Co. ...

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SOUTH BLOCKS AND JUNCTION NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

SOUTH BLOCKS AND JUNCTION ' ' NORTH. '^llie woik being done at the South l%j,s Mine, Biokm Ui||, lns endent Jy attiacto'l the notice of tho direc tois of the Junction North Company, as, the question has arisen of giving M.essis. Bowick, Moicing and Company ;ho contiol of the property. In-- tho first instance, the point was raised Hhethei additional capital, amounting to £20,000, should not bo obtained -for additional ecjuippient-^-a step that would piohably lia\e involved increasing '''-?=;'' *????- ui liic company to au0,U00. It is undei stood that negotiations in ;Iiat direction have fallen through. Hie Company has some £10,000 profits in hand, and it is. necessary to add -o tno- capitaiisation:of tho concern, *s it is laigo enough for a mino of ho sizo of tlio Junction North; There fore, tho only matter remaining to' bo settled is whether tho general manage ment of tho mine shall be put in tho liands of JMessis. Bowick, Moreine: and Co. The film, about the time of. their pmchiise...

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BENGAL'S DISAFFECTION. VICEROY OF INDIA PROCEEDS TO CALCUTTA TO HOLD AN INQUIRY. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

BENGAL'S DISAFFECTION. VICEROY OF INDIA PROCEEDS TO CALCUTTA TO HOLD AN INQUIRY. [Router's Service.] LONDON, Fiiday. Lord Mmto (Viceiov of India) is inter rupting histoui in Oudh, and proceeding to Calcutta, to discuss the situation theie with his adwscrs. Sex oral Babus weie ai tested at Kulna and Nar.tingani to clny, on a charge of sedition The materials foi the manu facture of bombs were found m the le sidence of one of them.

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AN ALL-RED CABLE. Canada Negotiating for an Imperial Atlantic Line. AUSTRALIAN RATE WOULD BE HALVED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

AN ALL-RED CABLE. Canada Negotiating for an Imperial Atlantic Line. AUSTRALIAN RATE WOULD BE HALVED. [Itculn's Service.] LONDON, Friday. .Negotiations are^, proceeding between the lion. Kodolphe Lonneux, Postmastdr Gcneral of Canada, and the Impciial Gov ernment, in refoience to a State-owned Atlantic cable. +\. is undoist'bod that Austialia and Xew Zealand would co-operate. ' Canadians believe that Mich a cable would immediately compel the cable com panies to cut their high lates between Gieat Britain and Austialia to one-half and eventually to, hi ing them louoi still. [This piopos.il has been advanced by Canada on se\eial occasions, but the Impel ml and the Dominion Governments have nor been able to agieo as to their lcspoctne eontnbutions to cost. llcn niker Ileatoii's unaljsis of the enomipus sums spent m ofliual cables has led to a ie opening of the negotiations ]

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STARTLING NEWS FROM MELBOURNE. Proprietary Company Withdraws from the Mining Companies' Conference. CONFERENCE OF COMBINED UNIONS MEETS ON MONDAY. MELBOURNE PAPERS DISCUSS BARR[?] POSITION, ALSO QUESTION OF BEWICK, MOREIN[?], & CO. TAKING OVER MINING PROPERTIES. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

STARTLING NEWS FMOM MELBOURNE. Proprietary Company Withdraws from the Mining Companies' Conference. CONFERENCE OF COMBINED UNIONS MEETS ON MONDAY. MELBOURNE PAPERS DISCUSS BARFII.?;/-,' POSITION, ALSO QUESTION ? OF BEWICK, MOREINC, & GO. TAKING OVER MINING PROPERTIHS. ['Truth's' Special Serricc.]' MELBOURNE, Fiiday Xighl. A sensational and 'staitling develop ment which may sciiously all'eot the industrial and ['commercial inteiests of the Barrier has occulted in connection with the liming Companies' Conference wh'icii was sitting in Melbourne to-day - It was officially intimated toa'Tiuth' lepresentative that a uipture had oc cm red in the negotiations, and the Pro prictaiy Company had withdiawn from the.. Conference. 'The actual cause of the dissension l not' known, but it leaked out that the other Bairier mining companies ucrc willing to ^continue work under the teims of the existing industi ml agicc Incnt. S . _ -The utmost'scerecy v.as obseived dm ing and aftei the delib...

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WIFE MURDERED IN TAXICAB. HUSBAND, JEALOUS, SHOOTS AND THEN COMMITS SUICIDE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

WIFE MURDERED IN TAXICAB. HUSBAND, JEALOUS, SHOOTS AND THEN COMMITS SUICIDE. [Rculei's SeiMce.] LONDON, Fiiday. , 'A shocking ti agedy ' took place in a London ta\ieab to-day. . William Beinhaid Davy, aged 24, ie siding at Worksop, came to London to day in seal cli of his wife, trom.whom he has been scpaiatcd He found her, hailed a taxicab, shot, her,' and committed suicide in tho, vehicle. Davy's rash act is attnbuted to jealousy He was tho son of a former hotel keeper, at Sheffield. He squandered his fortune, and visited Australia recently.

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THE CONFERENCE AT MELBOURNE CROAKING CRITICS PRETEND TRADE IS NOT IMPROVING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

THE CONFERENCE AT MELBOURNE CROAKING CRITICS PRETEND TRADE IS NOT IMPROVINC. The 'Australasian' and tho 'Argus' pietond that the claims of tlio Bamei inch aro -impossible, that tho mines cannot pay— and so on and; so ou; Tliis is the usual btuil wnttcn by tlie capital istic pi ess to influence public opinion in the tavoi of capitalist companies: — 'The pioposal io slioilen houi -im be put on ono sido On that point tho mines aro unanimous. ' Tlieio is no disposition to meet tho men in tho matter ol the mci cased -vago proposed toi suiiacc- hands. Gonoially the de mand can bo woikod out as adding another 12J per. -cent, to tho men's wages. It that bo so— and it cei tainly is tho caso at tho Propnctaiy ? shaicholdeis ol some mines would gain by handing tho claim over to tho men io bo worked by them. 'The 1'iopiieliiij, foi instance, would do well to confine itself to tho smelt ing side of its business. This is easy to demonstrate. Tho profit last year was 1/8 per ton Of ore mined. That...

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THE LOCAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908

THE LOCAL POSITION. -The Daniel people v\ill leceivo the itifoimation contaiiied in the above who with constcination. The- whole eitj will be. asking this morning:— ''Does it mean wai''-'Witli the meagre infoima tion to hand it^ would be unwise to diaw any conclusion, as -there are so many possible causes '' for the withdiawal of Jt has bcPii peisistcntly whispered of late Hlut, v the Piopiietaiy intended to dose down at the ond^of,the year. This would be a sei ious and' in epai able blow to the Baniei,'but the^ situation would be consiuci ab'iy lelicvcil' it the' other mines, inciuUing'flicfBiitish ami Junction Xoith were to' be' worked. ?? Seen '?last .night, several union ollicials were seriously concerned' .about the giavily of the situatioii. It' was thought that the exceedingly model ate' claims of the men would have_ b*een accepted. The Confeicnce 'of the Combined Unions meets' oir Monday night, when, no doubt', fuithci-paiticulais will have been leceived, aiid J.he whole pos...

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