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HARVESTING "WILD OATS." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
HARVESTING ' WILD OATS.' An appalling indictment of the morals' of ,\ ouug men is made by the ' Ladies 'Home ?lournal,' one of the most rcmit able, trustworthy, and 'feai less journals in thu United States; '?Because,' il says', ''of the secrecy' with which 'the whole-question ,is enshrouded, it is praetically impossible to obtain ab solute iigures. But as far as the highest authorities have been able, through the moat careful enquiries, to secure accurate .flgmes, it is a conservative statement to make.' that at least l!0 out of every 100 young men arc lo-ilay sowing tneir wim oats.' Of these CD young men a start ling number aio either already making 'or will make a tragedy of mariiage.' These statements arc made, not,' upon theory, but upon facts that are proved and demonstrated at thousands of doincs ltic bedsides, and in the autopsy, rooms of hundreds of hospitals. They me facts Unit aro known to every physician. This frightful condition has been brought about, largely, by two c...
AMUSEMENTS. ALL STAR COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
AMUSEMENTS. ALL STAR COMPANY*. The All Star Company at tho Crystal Tlicatro is still drawing good houses. To-night (Saturday) the company will bo further strengthened by the nddi lion of Leonard Nelson, ' Australia's .'greatest character comedian, lie is al ready well-known to Broken Hill theatre-goers, and when ho was hero ui~iuiv mo -aiitufoa .. Wila fJuulluIHUlllM. JU addition to tho now numbers, which bo is bringing here, his nld songs, ' 'Wo Parted on tho Shoio,' ' tioud-byo Mel bourne Town,' and 'Jlcel Me' at the (i.P.O..1' are sure lo he aMied for. He will be supported by Bovis and Darloy, a musical sketch team. Tho former is also known In Broken Hill in connection with Kteplieiisou'n -Op?ra Company, and lnttoily with William son's. The Clilton Biolhe:s, IJoman ring experts, aio also to mako their first appearance. . They are said to show re markable cleverness in their paiticular turn, and have been favourably com mented on by tho metropolitan press.' Somo now films wliich w...
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
THEATRE ROYAL. ' / Tho Theatre Royal to-night will ho occupied by the Empire Hall Company. .A specially strong piogramme has been seleetcd for the occasion, and in addition to the coon songs of Blutch Jones that liavo scoied such a' success at tho Empire Hall, theie will also be now ballads by Mr. Beit Thomas, new gags and whimsicalities by George Pag den, aud also some specially-selected songs by Misses Kitty Stanley and Ivy Leslie. Bert Thomas and Blutch Jones will also bo hoard in new double items, and there will be some new sketches bv tieorgc; Pagden and Kitty Stanley. A fine series of pictures will be shown, including 'the great Marathon Race of 1908.. In addition to this, the picture, -'.A Struggle for Life' will also bq shown by special request. ' A rational concert will also bo held at tlie Theatre ltoyal on Surday night, when items appropriate for the occasion will be given.
Mr. JACK LONDON. INTERVIEWED AT SYDNEY ON HIS BRUSH WITH THE CANNIBALS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
Mr. JACK LONDON. INTERVIEWED AT SYDNEY- ON HIS BRUSH WITH THE CANNIBALS. V] (ic'v I uudou * 1 cmliit 111 io'tit0i, and intupiUu tit ih( iiinti It t c 01 tlu ilimiu - st-- will b- oil, the li.iuiei beftiie loiip' with a w illct I ul1 of vaiied and tian^e (\penenecs He md his wile nie touunj the woild in a little I oteli, the Sniuk, is fin as bhe'll go, but now and. again she., has to be It ft 1oi a lnipi , .ind, ol coins* 1 train ' ? ........ n It H piobibic tint '-li London md Ins wilt will spend about Ine lionlhs in Aiistiah i, but has not made immeili ite plans lust of all, In is ,/oing 111(0 a minium 10 uiKieigo 1 iiiiuoi opciation and until ll( /ins quite iccovcicrt lie will not lluii'c ol his Austi ihati pioginniinc Ife was lutPiiiLUid, ot com e, ni somi as he 1 e lehed Sv dney 'thoso who h no jead ' Die Soi Woll.' and Hie Call of the \\ild,' have pro bablj pictuied the authoi as a man »noio 01 less old— say 45 to 50— big-bon- ed, haish iaeed, with ioichcnd and muut'i nies deep...
JOHN VANE. True Story of Bushranging. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
JOHN: VANE. ? — - ' ' True Story tf Btishranging. Being a truo narrativo of his career— illustrative of variod phases of ooun- try life fifty years ago— in wh ich 'his oxporionoos as bush boy, gold' , seoker, oattlo stealor, and a member of tho notorious gang of bus.'i i rangers led by Bon Hall, which terrorised the countryside In tho oarly slxtlos, aro faithfully depicted. , (All Rights Reserved by ' Barrier Daily TuiUi.') !_? ? Chapter IV |H ?,'.' AX EXCITING ADt j:\UURR -,^m Ihe Lnowlidgc tlisit a warrant was ;:?? out foi om airtst temkd to kcop us very ':|H (juiet for some time, and for the next ^M couple of inoiitlia ,lim and 1 were »eon '^H very little in public, either together or j^H alone. Just at this point, however, some .Wm thing occurred which Jed us to relax cau ^H tion ; and one simple visit to a public ro ^H sbrfc brought about n most exciting nd ^B venture, in which we and a party of ^B Bathiirst ))oliee played the most active ?fl part. ' |H Botli Jim and I were ver...
A LITTLE FARM. WHAT GOOD TILLING METHODS WILL DO. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
A LITTLE FARM. WHAT. GOOD TILLING METHODS WILL DO. - ' Evidently Mr. James, Giant, of (..Ion Elgin, Ilolmwood, near ,Covvra, believes that there is eoiuo pioht in* a little raiin woll tilled 111 a district wlie'ro no thing less than tlireo or four hundred acies is considered by many to bo suf ficient. AW. Giant's nica is one .hun dred acres. Tlioro aro forty acres un der crop, an orchard of 26 acres has boon planted out,, while there is a vineyard of 13V acres. Tho lirnnevfcv (says the Sydney' ' Morning' Herald ') carries nine head of cattle, 150 sheep, and nine horses, -including two young foals. The orchard ir run 011 upto date principles. Apples form the principal part, of tjieso thcro are 300 Koan Beauty and Cleopatra, while such varieties as Jonathan and five crown Pippins aro represented in a minor decree. Of pears there are a number, including Kaffir's Hybrid and William Ciiiotion lion. A neiv irrigaj tion plant has bcon erected, tho water being supplied from a well and. pum-...
THE SPORTING WORLD. To-Day's Tattersall's Summer Meeting At Morphettville. Good Racing Anticipated. REMARKS AND ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
THE SPORTING WORLD. ? 0 ? To-Day's Tattersall's Summer Meeting At Morphettville. Good Racing Anticipated. REMARKS AND ANTICIPATIONS. S ?-.-??-?? ??????? (By 'GRAND FLANEUR.') To-day's Tattorsall's meeting down at Morphettvillo will, of courso, pro vide plenty of discussion amongst Bro ? ken Hill sports. In order to got my' readers' information right off tho ice, 1 have boon doing a lot of track watching at Victoria Park and down at Morphettvillu, and what 1 solect below can bo guaranteed as doing tho most promising training . work. Of course, u.t'jK won; is noc always re produced in public — not nearly as often as it should — -but my selections con he taken as just how th'J various events should pan out. Trial Stakes,, six -furlongs. — Lottio, 8.10; Naughty, 8.7 ; . Peter Dawson, 8.^; Carl Rose, 7.8; Arquebus, 7.7; JBoom, 7.7; Durroo'n, 7.6; Lord Emin ouce, 7.6; Flagstaff, 7.4; Musket II., 7.3 ; Barleycorn, 7.2 ; Sunset, 7.2.; Bul let, 7.0; Marvel Loch, 7.0; Lady Emin onco, 7.0. ??'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
B.H. Co-Operative Meat Supply, Lrtd. PREMISES. NOW OPEN NEXT 'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH' OFFICE. PRIMEST MEAT DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE TOWN FOR SPOT CASH. SHAREHOLDERS AND INTENDING CUSTOMERS ARE ASKED TO LEAVE NAMES AND ADDRESSES W ITH MANAGER.; B. J. CAROLAN, Manager. T. H. HOGAN, Secretary, ? ? '' c309ws:125
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
... BUSINESS NOTICES. PEOPLE OF RAILWAY TOWN. GEO. MILLER, THE PEOPLE'S BUTCHER, WILL arrange your Meat Supply on absolutely the best ,methods. ALL JOINTS STORED IN COOLER. Prompt - delivery . that insures the Freshest of Sfeitt, for the Table. . ? :? Note .;\the 'Address— .- ' . ': ;._?;.:- ?:;.'^G.Y^SUM:;STBEBT,V. .' ' , ?.'??'' Nest Army Barracks. - ?????.;.':;. ??-vC ??''?', '-,-'' ?'.'?'???'?' : c323th:321 THE YORK HAM SHOP TJENOWNED for the. EXCEL JTL LENCE ? of its POULTRY, SMALLGOODS, Etc. ? Meals at all hours with Civility and Cleanliness. ? THE PREMIER CATERER OF THE BARRIER. ARGENT AND OXIDE STREETS. ? V A. H.COMLEy, Proprietor. ...... '? ,;.:;?. . ? . c308ts:120. Mrs. SRinner, ? -CONFECTIONER. T ARGE STOCK Dolls, Toys, Ac, for jLA , . . Xmas Season. COOL. DRINKS. ICE CREAM PRIVATE. SALOON. NOTE ? NEW ADDRESS— ? 147 OXIDE STREET, Next Adkins. : ? . ?: ??'.??? c311.12s335. HAVE! YOU TRIED .. TE M P L E S' 1/. . TEAS ? 1/. TEMPLE, ' GROCER, .CHAPPLE STREET, ^TORTH. v ' c312...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
On account .of the balloon ascent on the Western Oval this afternoon, the matches which were to have beeri played in connection with the Barrier Ranges Association, have been postponed. The match on the Alma Oval has also been postponed. The competition will be re sumed as usual on Saturday next (28th!).
COUNCIL EMPLOYEES v. PROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
[cbuNra&S^pJqYfeEE II '-vfi PRJOPS.' ; . The _ ^Proprietary' ?.Electriciir ' Cricket Club commence a two days', match ' against tho 'Municipal Council 'Employees, on Block' ,1Q pitch /this afternoon. The Props, team will be' :'— Willats : (ca'pt.); Wcstcott; Wilson,,; McCalman, Nelson, Jlossop, Gooley, Kelly; ,Beriman, Norton, and Downs. Emergencies:, Pearson, Allen, and Dunn. ? ? '. ?'??'
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
' ' i-'::..^-'-.'';':-'£JRIGkET'.v;::,''V:;-'- - A cricket- match7 was played on the Hillside' pitch .on .Thursday;: between teams representing Plummer's and Frank ham's shifts, which resulted in ii win for the latter by. 28 runs: ??? -Scores':— Frankhams, ..First- JnAiiigsi-^Lord;- c. Oheesmon,b. 'Ritchie, 0';' Popper, b. Rit chie, 3 ; ; 'Davis, c.vCheesman, b.. Breeding, 0 ; Whitten, ? b. '; Breeding;'.'!) ;: Francis, b. Breeding, 0 ; . Anderson; c. ?Scathway, b. Breeding, 3; Lawson'.b. Ritchie, 1; Powell, not out, 1 ; Blight, b. Ritchie, 3 ; K. Potter,- b. ? Breeding, 1. sundries, 0 ?' total, 24. ? ?-; -.'?'? ; .',?; , ;--. Second Innings.— Whittcri^'-.l). Scath way, 11 ; C. Potter, b.' Breeding, 8 ; Lord, li. Scathway, 3 ; Francis, 'c. Scathway; b. Breeding, 1 ; Andersoh.-'e.' arid'b.VRitchie, 25 j Powell, c.-'. Counsel!,' jb; Ritchie,'- 17 ; E. Potter, c. Clieesman'.'b. Burns, 4 ;'Xaw- son, not -out; :13 ;. Davis, c. Breeding, b. Burns, 0 ; Blight,, :c. .Isaac, 'b. Ritchie, 2 ;...
TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
TUFTS OF TURF. F. Bailey is getting a nico select team together ut Morphettvillo, for besides Waipuna, he has now in hand Banzai, and tho 2-year-old filly Gunta wang,. by Pistol from Victoross, who is .engaged at Tattersall's meeting on Saturday. ? It was not Jaines' intention after all to stay longer in , Victoria, as was at first reported. Ho returned to Ade laide on Wednesday evening with his pair; Lord Carlyon and Topedi, who both looK in the pink of. condition. The 2-year-old filly. Lady Dudley, also re turned by ' tho samo train, in charge of 'Pentland.Allori. ;. . v::; - ? The uoll-knoun cioss-country rider, Mait Whelan, on Tuesday bought pinatel} Stoun, by Tlnmdorci— Sea- biec/e, nnd intends to race him o\er the steeple fencej. shortly . ? -Waipuna mado his appeal anco on tho track at Morphottvillo on Tuesday morning, but ho only walked about in his clothing. Bailey says ho will not rush him jn Ins woik, as tho horse has not quite got o\er the influenza fipm flinch he was su...
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
QUESTIONS AND 'ANSWERS. , '?'Elsie' asks: 'What should, a brides maid wear whenMhe bride wcais a tiaV oiling dieWi !'.'.. ?' ' -r '' , She should dress in the samevgoiieial style --iis (he Inidc---licr. die.«s chosen to 'haimonise wiNi -that ,of the'biidc, not, outshine it. The ISiideMiiaid-'is in the, position ot satellite. ' ' ' '' Clilly Flower ' wants a good recipe for ginger-bie.ul.^ Will,so;ne leader sup ply it V '-' » ' (Recipes wilL be .exchanged, hinU gi\en, and' Jufoi matiou sought-out under this heading. — fj.10.)
THE WHIRLIGI[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
THE WHIRLB080. (By ' GiLrOONEY.') These are the thoughts I have to tell, And, whether they'ie false or tiiie, In idle ninth for what- they'i e woith I've wiitten them down for yon/ Tlioio is 'some talk of establishing wiiclesb telegiaphy aeroos the J'aeilie Ocean. All tired people aro liereby in vited to apply for the position of line lepauor. At tho local Police Com t the other day an Aighan nametl -Khan Bair was fined ten shillings for shooting a trespassing pig.' II appears ho bombarded the Beiksliiie m tho jaw, and this, of couise, was moie. than any pig-owner Kliait Bair. A new biidge has been built over the Murioy River at Honlong. And tho quastion is, llowlong is 'that biidge at lloivlong ;?? The Sphinx-, that piocligious stone monu ment in Egypt, obtained its reputation tor wisdom by assiduously keeping its mouth shut lor thioe thousand years. Moral : Shut up. ' .. * * * ~ ♦ * Some lunatic;, in South Australia are advocating the introduction or a deadl3' diseaso amongst spar...
BARRIER SOCIALIST GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
BARRIER SOCIALIST CROUP. Under the auspices of tho Barrier Soc ialist Group, Mr. A. K. Wallace will de liver a lecture at the Hippodrome, to morrow (Sunday) evening, in answer to 'Barrier Daily 'Truth h' leading article on '' Disintegration.' A scries of living pictures will be shown, undMe.ssrs. Char les Xaylor and Arthur Morley will sing a number of illustrated Vongs. There is no difficulty In getting delivery of '' Barrier Daily Truth.' Leave your address at this office, and you will re ceive it in time to read at break fast.