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TRESPASSING CAMELS. INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES AND SUB-INSPECTOR OF POLICE SPEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
TRESPASSING CAMELS. INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES AND SUB-INSPECTOR OF POLICE SPEAK. A number of complaint-, hnve been le eeived oMato at the ollice of the ' Bar lier Daily Tiuth,' with legaid to the depredations of camels. These animais 'stiay from\lhe common imide the'muni; cipai bo'undaiy. and destioy the guldens ot residents, the digestive 'organs of- a eamel, being nppai cully capable of assim ilating anything that conpiiiif, sap. .- ?? ' Mr. .J. \\iseman, Jlunicipal Inspector of Nuisances.- was yesteiday appioacliod by a lepiesentative of this paper, and a--ked for some pailipuUis in connection with the matter, lie said th.it he had no power to impound any animal stray ing on 'the Common. That- was com piised within' tho duties ol Mr. Vo\, the iioidninn. - s ?'Within the Municipality,' he said, we can impound any_ animal Hint ties passes on tlio stipcts'at'any hour of the day or night. * Pi ivate' individuals can not do so on holidajs, 'Sundays, or after sunset. They can detain ihpm ...
TOLSTOY AND SINGLE TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
TOLSTOY AND SINGLE TAX. 'Among the niany'congratulations sent 'to Count Tolstoy, of Russia on the occa sion- of tlhe 80th anniversaiy- of bis bit th, was a biithday addiess signed by the office! s of all the' Single ^JVcLeagues of Australia. '\A copy of Count Tolstoy's icply was sent to tlie press, and a iiotice of it appealed among the cablegiams in tlie Australian Press on tho 21st of'Oe uAjci'. Mr. A. (!. lluie, of Sydney, has now leceivcd the letter, - and sends us .i copy jor publication. ? ''To' tlie' Fedoi atiou of' Single '' Tav Leagues of Austiali.i. *' , ''Dear Viiends. — Your j addiess has deeply touched me. ''To my;iogiel I have,' done' too little for the 'cause so -dear, to you^ and me and which unites us. Ot- late I ,. have * been thinking more and moie .vboufit,* and should I yet be alloided po\vor for work I will en'diwor to e.\pie,ss the teaching - of Ifeniy George — who has as yet .been far from'appiocintcd according to hismeiils '—as cloaily, as In icily, and as a...
LONDON SHARE MARKET. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
LONDON SHARE MARKET. AWSlAfDE, Fiidny.V ? Dcllinrr and Kiscbbiulli (per' ,). V. Klcinlmmmer) supply Die', latent Lou-' don (|iiotjtions, dated Xovcinhpi 20th, as ..under.: — ; , . * Pi opi ietary, b. -11/!).' ►? . , , British, b. 17/0. Block 10, 1-.iO2/G. - Block 14, I). 13/.-J. - - ?.South (/paid) 73/0. , ? - v S' Soulh.ISIock?, b: 21/.,' . - - ' Mount Elliott, li.-SS/!). ? Xbrlhs, b.' 607. (Sluilt'cuvs. 7/(i. , ' Main Keefs, ». 0/. - \ ' Goldcn-Links,,!). 5/D. -'
SHARE MARKET. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
SJHARE MARKET. ' ADELAIDE, .Friday. JJeUmer, and Uiselibicth (])er T7. C. Kleiiihammei) suppiy the following latest quotations on 'Change: ? Propiietaiy, sales -11/0. Wallaroos, sales 30/0. Munganas, sales 5/0. j , O. K.,' sales 5/U. - ' Brilisli (oM), s. 17/10/.. 1 Jiiitisli (new),' sales 10/ii. - ' - ' Block '10, b. 03/0-, J unctions,; b. 2/0.' ,- Souths '(jiaid), sales 74/0: ^ Souths (con.), sales £3 0/9: Soutn BIocks, o. 23/9. ?Junction Jfoiths, s. 23/. ' Mount Molloys, sales 7/(1. ' Caimichael Piocess, sales 15/. . | Kmsleighs, sales 11/0.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
I ? BUSINESS NOTICES. ' ~ .* Net. Weights,, : ? BUSINESS NOTICES. BOOT TRUTHS. ~ For Readers off 'Daily Truth.' _.„ F2.r~;Tcars pasfc' m ^act CTCI Slnco «e went into tho BOOT BUSINESS. 0111 KSi'SbS bCU1 l00Ud upon by ''onuoa'bSS'S ^aT^^^^S^^^^^ b0 T11E ' ™ ^ eoo/s^H^sV^^^ and we'io BitisactI uitli quite a MODEST PROFIT on out goods, tn, sting to the large quantity wo sell for oui success ««-'j, fl,,.If }'£UmJ£ a ^m CIlenJ ,of OU1S '° bcliovo you'll readily endoiso nil tins IF NOT you'll possibly want pi oof, and that's just what woVie eager to give you Come and gno us an oppoitumh, to 'make coed' all oui statements ' favmu *u TO-DAY WE OFFER - Men's Standaid Serened Bluchers made of solid Leathei, Heel plates, | loe Plates, Hob Nails, 'all sires. TO-DAY, 4/9 Men's Smooth Leather Balmorals, with* Plain Toes, veiv neat, m al sizes, TO-DAY. 5/11. Men's Glace Kid Balmorals, with \al«s 'Coin' or Nunow Toe, all S17CS TO-DAY,. 8/6: / FOR CRICKET OR STREET WEAR. Men's 'White Cam as Oxford S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
CORRESPONDENCE. . I- suftercd for a long time with se vere pams-in tlio back, over tho kid neys, and under .tlio shoulder blades, and back ot, my, neck. My back be came so lame that jt was with duli culty I could move about. I'sulteied tlius' tor , many ^ weai y months. I ' ti led various advertised leinedies, which tailed 'to givo 'mo tho joliel 1 souglit, until 'Wainoi's Snfo (Juio was biought to my notice. ', 1 took that medicine with marvellous losult. In a shoit timo the pains and aclics had all left inuj x uui iiuw m gooci neaiin. i also mUeicd a good deal iiom Klieunuit-' ism, but tlio Safe Cine has also era-' dicated all symptoms ot that coinphunt tiom my system.' — Fiom Mr. 1j.- Da ?\idson, bootmaker, U2 ComeiLial llfiad,') Prahran, Vic. 'I have been tising-your Safo Cuios for twenty-sixe yoais, .uid have touiicl them most beneficial, in fact 'Warnor.'s Safo Cmc cuicd ono ot my dauglitois ot dropsy at tho ago or tluitecn. ? She is no n t a'.lioaltliy. woman, witli a fi'ni i...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 21 November 1908
BIRTH. BROCKIIILL.— November 19, the wife of C. Brockhill, a daughter. Both doing well. &nbsp; IN MEMORIAM. FRASER.— In loving memory of our dear little NELLIE, who died No- vember 21, 1901. Also, Clara and Kathelcen, died November 12 and 13, 1900., &nbsp; &nbsp; Fairest flowers soonest fade Inserted by their loving parents B. &nbsp; J. and M. F Fraser. &nbsp; &nbsp; 326 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
[?] Trades Council For Port Pirie. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
[?] Trades Council For Port Pirie. Representatives from _ five trades unions met- at the A.W.A. rooms -111 Thursday evening lo discuss the mat ter of forming a local trades council. The organisations represented by the delegates were — A.AV.A., A.M. A.*, En ginedriyers aud Firemen's Association, .Masons' and Bricklayers' Society, .urd ililler's Union. Mr. Ramsey, ' Presi dent A.AV.A., presided. A resolution affirming tho desirability of immediate action in tho formation of a trades council was carried. A priuting committee was formed, consisting of the presidents and secre taries of the A.W.A. and A.M. A., anil received instructions to get rules print ed, and place copies of same with each trado organisation iu fort Pirie. Another meeting will be convened as soon as rules havo had consideration from tho various bodies interested, when tho council will probably bo es tablished without further delay. Nino trades unions have expressed their willingness to join tho council when formed. ...
GOVERNMENT TRAM SHEDS. WHAT IS DONE ON THE WORKS AT RAILWAY TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
GOVERNMENT TRAM SHEDS. .WHAT IS DONE ON THE WORKS AT RAILWAY TOWN. - 'Wo do all our own fitting and re pairing on tho spot' was the remark ot. Mr. AY. l-i. G. Shelverton to a re presentative of 'Barrier, Daily Truth' while kindly . conducting ; him through tho tramsheds. ' Tlio various sections of tho latter proved- very interesting. The fitting and - turning, department, ?where unpromising-looking iron cylin ders are converted- into, bolts by. means ,of'a lathe, and where steel is shaved oil .nice cheese, was lirstjyisitcd. , Here aii oil engine supplies/ tho power for two lathes and a drilling, -machine. The risitor is always somewhat fascinated by the sight.of an atiger boring through a plate or iron just as if it . didn't mind, 'aud, in fact, rather liked doing The lavatories where tho begrimed worker becomes loiico moro a '^choice samplo of manly attractiveness, ? are well provided; with; tho bowls for wash ing, and that luxury— the shower bath, llio weary employee may refresh ...
RACES AT EPSOM. ["Truth's" Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
' . RACES AT EPSOM. ? Truth's'. Spccial Service. ] v MELBOURNE, Suudav. Races' wero held at Epsom on Satur day,- in splendid weather, and .-in the presenco of a largo attendance. The iollowing wore the results: — ? ?Maiden Handicap, 5 'furlongs. — Rit- nio, 7.7, 1 j First liolfc, 7.7., .2 ; Scotch Airs, 7.9, Si. Betting : 7 to 4 v. the winner. Jumpers' .-Flat, ,11 furlongs. — Melton i Rose, 9.1; 1' ; .Mirage, 9.3, 2 ; Emblem, j 9.11; 3. - Betting : ; S to l' v. -tlio win- 1 ner. .Anniversary ;? Handicap, ,1 milo. — Lady Molly, ,6.7, 1 ; Posture, 6.7, '2 ; lJuzzle, -7.1, 3. Betting : 6 to 1 v.-tlie winner. ' _ Steeplechaso, 2 miles ,24'. chains. — Surveyor, 10.9, -1-; ? Squirm, :9.7, 2 ; Woodlea, 9.0, 3. - Betting : 5 to 1 v. tho- winner. AVelt-er Plate, G furlongs. — Decima, 8.0 ; 1 ;; Thunder Jowel, 7.1 ; 2 ; Gold sign, 7.11, 3; . Betting : 8 to 1 v. the winner, v - , AVelter Purse, 9 : furlongs.—' Wave Hill, -. 8.G, 1 ; Ritmo; .8:6, 2 ; Scotch . rs, .8.8, 3. Botting : 20 to 1 v. t...
TRAMWAY EXTENSION. A TALK WITH THE GOVERNMENT SUPERINTENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
TRAMWAY EXTENSION. A TALK WITH THE GOVERNMENT V f : SUPERINTENDENT. The now train extensions, cxiiccted shortly, will-serve a maximum number of residents with a minimum length of lino. So Mr. Slielvorton , ^upo.-m tendont of the Government tramways, informed .a representative of' *'?Jamt»r Daily Truth.' . - ; 'Ujxjn a map' being examined it was seen that. what may . be called tho east oxtonsion 'will bra'iich off at cho net ot Oxido : and Argent streets, rr.ci traverso tlio ' latter until 'Jio i.iictrcu Hotel, is;, reached. 'Hero it will lurn into Blondo Street,: eventually, finding a- .terminus at McLeod's store, ybout a mile from xits' starting point. - . It- -would -have been ijossiblo to iuii tlio line right alongside'.- tlio- .lubilcc Oval,'.1 said Mr. Slielvorton, ...'but that would havo Miioant that for somo, dis tance along the lino- there- ^ would' have been houses .on ono side of ti e :road only. 'Tho west extension will branch oil' tlio main lino just below tho tri.nshods...
DISTRICT NURSES' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
DISTRICT NURSES'. MEETING. Tho usual: monthly meeting 01 tho General Conmutte-e or- tho Broken liill Nursing Association . was : held nt- . tlKT lown.Hall on Friday evening, -with the Rev. A.- W; Wolliiigton m tlio chair. Tho '. other members ' prosent included Rov. J.- Murra.v, Messrs. C. -E. ;Mooro and -A. J . , Thomas, Mesdaines Barspn, Hpdgo, , Lewis,- Mprrisoiiy;';aiid;'';Pdart.. Afjologics M'bro received I'roin tlio presi dent/, tho Mayor, and Dr. Uiio'th. : Nu'rso; Edwards' . application' for lioi: annual holiday iii Jaiiuary was-' granted, and' arrangements: Ior:a:'substituto sycro j loft iu tho hands of tho cxbeutivorsfiK' cers. r 'J'lio- month's oxpenses, auiounting to £25 5s. 3d., wci-o 'passed for payment. The receipts totalled £-15 ;2s. 3d., : 111 cliiding-i40 from'.; tlio /'promoters sof tlie concert ' Our' Boys,'' .£2 17s. 3d. from tlio Central Mine collections, tho latter bsing unfortunately interfered with by rain. ' In the Central District 365 visits had been 'paid...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
; CRICKET. ,? ^Apropos of .tho lato prespntation- to; ?Mr.- Goo. ^Wcbber of a Wisden's bat by ?Mr. T.- G. Sweet,, president: of. the Bar rier Ranges; .Cricket 'Association/ somo facts1 aro ^interest iiig.-, ; Tho .Bat was awarded to. Mr. Wobber.as tho'best all round .player . iu the . Association, last season. For. -the purpose of selecting tlio winner of tho prize, . a committee was ap]K)inted, consisting -of . Mossrs-. Spiy,' Shogog, Cowl,, and the Revs. Wil-r liams; and A. AW-: Wellington.'.. : -Mr. Webber. batted six times; romaining not out on thrco occasions. Tho highest score was 94, not out ; his total runs 270, .and batting; average of 92. In the: bowling department ho secured ? nine wickets for 190 runs, or- an average -of 21.11. ? , r : ? .
ABOUT QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
ABOUT QUEENSLAND. Queensland, stands easily first of. ai^ tlic_ States in ,iti::wcallh';'of':imtural rc soui'ces. ; Its nmicyiU/ pastovalj and agri-' list', and'Simpossible';. to'.cstimate. The Queensland mineral ,\vorld boxes the coni- . pass, foi- every.: lcii6'\virJniinc'ral can lie , fouiul. Ciold, ;coal, iuitl 'eoi)i)er are 'most' abundant. - V 1 . The 'pastoral wealth -of Queensland is recognised all over lhe world. ' From tlie: Darling Downs, ~in?thC;Southi to tlie Gulf, coiintry, in the'extrenie northi succulent . natural;grasses,^rich'in *^food:valiie, cover the country. , ' , : (The iigi'ieultural capaljiliLies;are l)OUiul less. .In the soutliern-ciid of the; fa mous : ?Darling Downs cauihe, grown all-.tlic ag rieultuval^produets of the cold climates. From there to the .tropical north can. be ?grown' all that lmnians and animals need. Wheat, .maize, oats, . rice; potatoes, sugar cane and coh ee, 'stone fruits, jnncapples, mangoes, v alid ''pa'w.-paW apples; - As yet. bnly ...
MORPHETTVILLE SUMMER MEETING ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
WORPHETTVILLE SUMMER MEETING ['Tiutli's' Special iJeivice.] ' ?ADELAIDE, Sunday. „ ?- llio. summer ??nieoting.' of -tlio South: Australian; Tattcrsall!st' Club', was'/heldf at MoVphcttvillo on- Saturday, with: tlio: following results. -.;; Tho . weather .'coudi tionsv-woro;.- perfect,' .and 1 there was a 'lood attendance ? — — ? ' TRIAL STAKES. 6 Fuflongs Mi R E Homo's Dunoon,- 7 6 (Marshall) . . ' ? 1 ,\ ' 1 Mr. W. Hicks' Bullet, 1/7.0- ( IIup- r patzl .... ? ' \ . 2 Mr. Patzoo's .Poto'r Dawcon,- 8.3: 1 (Campbell) ? S Other.' starters :: ; Naughty, 8.7 ; ? Carl R,ose,:7.8.; Boom,' 7.7- ;;-Arquobus, 717 Lord ? : Eminence; 7.(1; : Flagstaff, k : 7.4 ; ' Barlcoycorh;'7-.2v-j Sunsot, 7.2 ; Marvel Lochi::7.0;;'-fLady,:Eminonco. 7.0. Durroon- ii'on ? by/itivo and a-Jialf longths, -a long neck' separating second and, third. Timo, lmin. Irsec. Divi dons (for £1) — Dnrroon. £3 13s. ; Bul let. £9 lis.- / Amount invested, £935. ' HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, about v ' -- 2 Miles. Mr.; Anwin's Blondi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
WANTED NOTICES. - Unacr this hearting (if prepaid) 12 wordsi' Is, . - -vVr. three insertions, 2s; 18 words, Is fid/tluee --\- v.iiisertioiij, 3s; 21 words, 2h, tUrec inhLr tious, 4s.] - - . : ; J A NTED 500 Bimin'ess Pcopls to VV - advertise in this columu; Notc our' LOW RATES. ; 'U7a7 ANTED known that '-Barrior 'V V' Daily Truth',' Office ia bperiijuiitil' midiiiaht over.y nigUt, ;except Snturdny njght, to rccoive'- aclvoi-tieoiiienta.. -' '.- ?^KTANTED General, SOsl, sm'all-hoUsi; V? country.; housemaid, A' rleadiiig hotel. BristoWj lGl Argcnt Street.'';'.-1 . z323 WK.T ANTED Yardman: i ivonny's Bar-' .VV .rier Club Hotel,- '. : - , ?;..z328- iSTf 7' ANTED Known.— i'rea. .whiioj. ?V V . second-hand dealer, has ronibvod^ to larger premises, lately , occupied by: John Mc.uger, corner Oxido and' Bbi^vl' Streets. ' z326-28-29 \j\[ ANTED Known. — M. Christo V* phor, Bootmnkor, Pattou Street, South B. Hill, oppjsit* I'olico Station. M. nnd L. 1-oa.dy-made Soles Stocked. .Working Boots s...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
RIFLE SHOOTINC. . The 'following is the: rcsmt ,of; tlie^ practice - shooting of. y.io lfnii'.'hestur Un--. ity- Rifie Club, oil the Rifle Range oil Satuiduy : — - - O'JO ' 703 T'l. Smith ? .' Ii5 l:i-..'2«J Craw foul, T ? 10 .. 3 .. J3 Ciawioul, S., ? '10 . .2 .. 12 Crown ? ' 0 . . 17 . . 23 Elliott, ? 0'.. 7. .. J.U Ilanis ? * 14 .. Crook .. .. 13 . 11 .. 2!) Cobby ? 10 .. 17 .. 27 *I-Iari is did not :shootvat liOO yaras. \ ?
No title [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
Tho Broken Hill and West Rifle Clubs I met ? on . Saturday ; on the Broken . Hill ? j Ilango to lire tho. second, stage of tho i half-venrlj' handicap, over the 400 and | 500 yards range. Some especially- fine i shooting was put up. ? -Tho conditions | wero seven sliots oach . : ? . . J ? ,1 1- ? - \ .NT .„,l-l)AU.(./.n I tied: with G9 each, ono short of the. pos sible. Robertson scored -34 at tho 400 yards and 34 at-tlio 500, his handicap being 1. 1 A. N. Wilson, who was firing off scratch; scored 34 at the 400 yards and 35 (passible; at the 500.' Ill tho shoot off Robertson won. ' Bunting was' third with .03, and Ban - dinot fourth Mitli 07. ^