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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
AMUSEMENTS. JJOXING. BOXING. jTiOXING. JJOXIXG. THEATRE ROYAL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23. LYN TRUSCOTT V. HOCK KEYS, * »' - -- TH10 BEST OF 20 ROUNDS. , ' .r''rv 'Preliminary, SID BWOB'J ? r . JAMA OllENVlLLE, Tha Best of Four Rounds./ -- . ??„ ~ .T Mr. Jack Harris Refeire. No Wailing. . t ??????:? l'IRST,BOUT COMMENCES S. 15. ./ ADMISSION: 5/; 3/, and 2/ ;' l Stage Soats, 7/G. . - % ? : ;.r; .,? 322-393 CRYSTAL THEATRE. CRYSTAL THEATRE.' PROPRIETOR ? ? ? .Ti . ... BERT SAVERS. . SAYERS* ALL' STARS. GREAT SUCCESS OF OUR NEW; .ARTISTS. Ail Ovation Accordcd ?'?'.? Instantaneous .Success- of . LEONARD NELSON, ROV.IS and DARLEY, : -Tho Barrier's Idol. Sketch Artists. t . THE BOXING 1CANGAKOO. ? CLIFTON BROS. AND GRAND ,' DOUBLE COMPANY. RECOLLECT CRYSTAL THEATRE TO-NICHT. '-'/; PRICES : 2/, 1/0, 1/. ? ? ? ? ? 32S WESTERN OVAL. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. ' VICEROY TEA CARNIVAL AND GRAND BALLOON ASCENT. : THE TALK OF THE TOWN. UNP F35CEDENTED SUCCESS. --- DON'T MISS THIS, THE LAST OPPORTUNITY OF W...
GRAND DUKE CYRIL PARDONED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
CRAND DUKE CYRIL PARDONED. [Renter's Service.] LONDON, Saturday. I11 1905 Grand Duke Cyril, who .is 32 years of ago, cousin of tho Czar of Rus sia, was dismissed from ali bis appoint ments and excluded from Russia on ac count of his clandcstino marriago with v his cousin, Princess Victoria Melitn, of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, niecc^cf King Edward, tho divorced Grand Duchess of Hesse. Sinro tiler. '.r-.- has 'resided- in England, u-'iw ;n l'curuary, -1907,' a dau rhter wno ; born. Afterwards tlio . (Sim- -rnnferrrd the title , of Imperial ' highness 011 I ho Grand Duchess; Tlio Grand Duko lias now been restor ed to: favor, and has been reinstated m the nrmvwith his present rank, and been appointed an A.D.C. to tho Czar.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
' BUSINESS' NOTICES. Truth Will Prevail. SO DO OUR PRICES. OUR PRICES SUIT THE WOREER. DAIRY PRODUCE BEST IN TOWN. Eggs Guaranteed Fresh Every Day. NOJ3M. WILLIAMS & CO., CIIAPrLE STREET, ' « ROGERS. Tone 435 ? c307mf:31. NOAM' D3X, ARGENT STREET, Opposite A.M.P. Office. PITON 0 G It A i' 11S from 10/ to £30. ' RECORDS. RECORDS. RECORDS. We are now iu.porting ELECTRIC l'ANS suitable for the Broken Hill current. Inspect my Sto«k and get my Prises — IT PAYS YOU. » ? . n307 :120 H. St. FROST L Co., GENERAL CARRIERS.' 'OTJRNITUllE REMOVERS, FOR 1 WARDING AGENTS. 'Agents for tho .S.A. Co-operativo Parcels Express Co., Limited. Box, SO. Tel. 396. ? C307-.3.X RING UP 253 For tho / BEST BREAD and SMALLGOODS PROCURABLE IN TOWN. D.-MCCBBBIN Is tho person to supply you. GUI? ARGENT STREET TEA ROOMS, Spacious and Cool. &vory Convonionco. Tho idoal Sum msr llotreat for Light Luncheons. Pri vate Room for Ladies. ARGENT STREET, Handy to Tram Terminus. HOTELS. Criterion Hotel,-'-' C...
VICTORIAN LABOR CONFERENCE. Decide Not to Interfere with Federal Platform. CHAIRMAN'S RULING DISAGREED WITH. MELBOURNE, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
VICTORIAN LABOR CONFERENCE. Decide Not to Interfere with Federal Platform. * CHAIRMAN'S RULING DISAGREED WITH. i [' Trutli's ' Spccial Service.] MELBOURNE, Sunday. Nicht-. ? A...special conference of delegates of -.tlio . \' lotonau Political Labor Council, ea led to consider a plank in tho fede ral platform, M'lncii was adopted at tlio Bnsbano.,Conlorenco hold 111 July last, advocating, compulsory- training lor tlio Citizens' , Dotenco l^orco, met on Satur day at tho Trades 'Hall, Melbourne. . About, eighty representatives were pre sent, and at tho outset a point of order was raised that 110 special St'ato C5on vr ? ? - r - ? .''JL, y-l''' iiuui LI1U decisions arrived at by a l''cdoral Con ference, -properly constituted, at which that State had its equal .representation, and -to .whoso governing conditions it had subscribed. . ? Tho..i)io&ident,-,- Mr. Martin Hannah, ruled that ltwas quito competent for * any. Stato Conforonco to review the do-, cisions oi.a Federal body. ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
EWBURY & COY., THE STAR TAILORS. 313 ARGENT STREET. SUITS FROM 66/. Our Stylo and Fit Socond to None. TRY US. c3Q7 mlis:30G HOTELS. ~r t ? ~ — AUSTRALIAN CLUB HOTEL. . Cornor Argent and Sulphido Streets. : ; - Tho- Premier Residential Ho- - tel. Splendid Acconnnoda- . tion for Boarders and Visi f tors. Cool Bars, Best of ? ,. .Liquors. ?HAROLD M. PLAYER ? ? Proprietor, - ?^i-- 1 I e307ms:120 . | ROYAL MAIL HOTEL. NEXT. CRYSTAL THEATRE.: VI ?]V/g-RS;- R. F1TZPATRICK, Pi-opnV trass . THE NOTED PLACE FOR - INTER- I VALS. ' J QUICK' ATTENTION— COOD'- - LIQUORS. c319mws:132 I ' I CASWORiCSHOTEL. Railway Town. .. - '/ OSCAR PFITZNER, Proprietor.' ? - ? The only .House in Railway j . Town; ~ where ..-you -got your-- ? monk's worth — A- FULL ' ' I .'. ~ 307mwf I J^IST, YE BARRIERITES. DAN CAREY (late Proprietary Mino and Hon Member A.M. A.) norr presides over tlio destinies (and liquors) of tho far known ALLANDALE HOTEL, which is suffi cient guarantee that tho popular house will mai...
EXTRA TAXES IN GERMANY. £25,000,000 a Year More Wanted To Pay for the Big Navy. BEER, SPIRITS, AND TOBACCO TO BE DEARER. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
mM TAXES i^i GERMANY. £25,000,000 a Year like Wanted To Pay for the Big Navy. BEER, SPIRITS, AND TOBACCO TO BE DEARER. . . [Router's Service.] LONDON, Satuiday. - . In^the Berlin Reichstag JJriiicc Bulow (the^Chanc.ellor) introduced a' Bill which' 1 piovidcs foi the raising for Imperial pur poses of £25,0UU,000 a yeai in nddition ftl taxation.--,. In a .review of the financial situation, I10 submitted. tnat thejgrowing e\pendituie on the navy - was justified by Gei many's . rapid economic ex pansion, , and . her ? vast oversea commerce.-: .He -expressed the be lief that- the . mistrust and antagon .lsn^displaycii; by 11. section of the British : ipeople: towards 'Germany- --wore not uu connuerr.ble.' If . coolness ? n ml rtiliimoac in- .tne conduct ;of airairs were shown both at- home and abroad, Germany--was l.in .no imininent danger of. war.. ' . ,-Hei 1 von Syuow (Imperial Treasurer) aigiifcd that the German -peoples ? were well able to bear the proposed, increase of taxes 011 bu...
SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. Thoroughgood Defeats Whelch by Three Lengths. A GAME, HARD RACE.] SYDNEY, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
SCULLING CHAIPIONSniP. 1 Tliorougligood Defeats Whelch by Three Lengths. A GAME, HARD. RACE. j ['Truth's' Spccial. Service.] ✓ „ SYDNEY, Sunday Night. -- . Tlie sculling race for tho Championship sliip of- Australia, between Thorough good (holder) and Whelch, was rowed on tho Hunter River yesterday afternoon. Heavy rain fell, nearly the whole afternoon. . 'Tliorougligood led from tlio start, and within a minute of starting had I crushed into his rival's water. ^ -At tlio half milo tho : champion had two lengths lead, and was nfivincr well. 'I.I10 milo, post- was reached in Giniiis. Hero offers of 3. to 1 011 Tliorougligood found few takers; - -. ? . : - - . Passing tlio. milo and n-lialf mark Whelch suddenly brightened up, and got within, a length of the leader. The two miles .was .dono: in 13min., with Tliorougligood leading by a length and a half: ?? - . . There was , tremendous ? exoitment ; at 1 tho two and a-lialf mile, whero Wlielcli, pulling right lip, almost overlapped his' ...
WHAT THE "BULLETIN" SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
WHAT THE ' BULLETIN' SAYS. - Tho ' Bulletin', says : — 'Ono of tlio tilings that tho Broken Hill workmen and linne-owners ; threaten -to quarrel over is tlio men's demand for. the employment of imionists only. Tlio subject 011 both sides is given an importance which it doesn't deserve. It is worth ' recalling now 'that tho system was in practice before the disastrous four-months' strike of 1892 — a strike that broko down bccauso so many members of tlio unions wore 11VU UIHUlllfttft. JLIIilL, XII iUCL, 1M JLlbU 1.110 weakness of this rule. It fills the unions with members, but not with un ionists ; and when tlio hour of trouble comcs tliero is a wholesalo break-away. From the men's point of viow there isn't therefore as much in tho plan as thero seems to bo if you only look at it in a hurry. Oil tho other hand, tliero is tho advantage that arises from com pelling everybody to pay a trillo to wards building up a defence fund — or fighting fund, if you like — for possible use -when tho...
THE AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
THE AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY. | 'Tlio following tables show numbers of Labor members in each State Parlia ment and in the National j-emslature to day. - * STATE LEGISLATIA-E ASSEMBLIES. November, 1903. Total Anti Stato Mbrs. Lbr. Lbr. N. -S. AVales .. .. 90 32. 58 Victoria ? - . . G5 . ??' lo 50 Queensland '. . . . 72 ? 22 . ? 50 South Australia . . .. 42 -19' 23 West Australia-.-. - 50 '22 v ? 28 Tasmania ..( .. . . 35 7' '. 28 351 ' 177 , 247 STATE LEGISLATIVE' COUNCILS. N.S. AVales . . . . . ; 5G ' , 52 Victoria .. .. ; . 34 ?' - 2 ? 32 Queensland . . . . 43 -, ('2: ... ; 41 South Australia . . 18 ,r,3 , 15 West Australia . . . 30 v :;29 Tasmania .. .-. ?; ; ' ; : 18 /?; - y . -y.0 :v ? . - vl8 199 - -12 187 COMMONAVEALTH/ ' ; . , Senate .. . . ? . . ;36 ; '15 ~ -21 House of Reps. . . . 75 ?: 27 ? _48 111 42. :Tg9 Commonwealth (Sen- ? ato, ? and -House of ;.' Representatives .. Ill 42 GO StatQ Parliaments, As- .- somblies, and Coun cils .. 553 129 424 '664 ~171 '493 There are now 1...
TO SOLIDIFY THE EMPIRE. LONDON, Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
TO SOLIDIFY THE EMPIRE. ' [Router's Service.] LONDON, Saturday Afternoon. Lord Lansdowne, speaking at Man / cliostcr to-day, commented 011 tho Gov ernment's financial proposals, declared that tho country was confronted by a position of tlio utmost gravity, and could not be extricated without a great national effort-. Tho exigencies of tho Exchequer were driving tho nation to wards tariff reform, which would con tribute greatly to tlio solidity of tlie Empire.
ENGLISH POLITICS. Mr. Balfour Expects Tariff Reform to Bring the Millennium. UNIONISTS EXPECT TO WIN. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
ENGLISH POLITICS. Mr. Balfour Expects Tariff Reform to Bring tfie Millennium. UNIONISTS EXPECT TO WIN, [Renter's Service.] \ LONDON, ? Saturday. H| llr. Balfour, Leader of the Opposition al in the House of Commons, was the chief speaker at the annual conference of the JJntional union of Conservative Associa thins held at Cardifi. ?j Jlr. .?uuli-ow Bonar Law. (M.P. for- the Hi Ditlwic'u Division of Cuniberwell) moved I a resolution affirming that the. Associa-' tions viewed with profound satisfaction the progress made with the tarilf reform inoveinoiiu,' and expressed hearty support.! of the policy which' Mr. Balfour ? an nouiiceu at jMrmingham a year ago. This was curried unanimously. . v v In the evening, Mr. Balfour, leader^ of of the Opposition in tnc House of- Com- mons, delivered an address ^before ail -1 ml I i»iif o nf -1.5110 norsotis. - -'v V' Fiscal reform (lie said) was 'no. re mote ideal, but all movement of. thought, all political forces, and all' the trond- of economic...
RATIONAL SUNDAY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
RATIONAL SUNDAY CONCERT. A rational concert was held in tho Town Hall last night under tho direc tion of Mr Leonard Lenard, represent ing' the leading firms of Paris and Ame ' rica. There was a good attendance, each item h-:ing well received. A largo number of moving pictures wore shown, and the various items in tho programme wero all well received. At' tho Police Court on Saturday morning, beforo Mr. Jas. McKcnsey, S.M., Annio Corrigan was sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment for vagrancy.
MINING IN THE WEST. PERTH, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
MINING IN THE WEST. , ['Truth's'. Speaial Serviee;] - PEHTII, Sunday Night. Mi . A. 13. Morgans, .a prominent mining man , of West Australia, was tendered a farewell dinner last night,; when .mem bers of . the Ministry, and other - promin- ent people were present- ' ? ? . Jlr. Morgans, in replying to the toast of Ins health, said that despite the opin ions of some; pessimistic- muling men, ; lie was .convinced that the lite oU the gold mining .industry m. .Western Australia was not less than 100 years, and. that at wie , ciiu or mac time tuere would still be more gold in the country than hail been taken out. , After exjierienccs : extending over: var ious. parts of. the-, world, he was satisfied that Western Australia was the best place ^on the .globe for the investment of capital. -. All the speakers at the gathering re joiced at: Mr. Gregory's assured return for Menzies, as Jlinister for Mines.
THRILLING BALLOON ASCENT. Descent from Cloudland After Hanging From a Thread and Reaching 7,200ft. AN EXCITING PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
THRILLING BALLOON ASCENT. Descent from Cloudland After Hanging From a Thread and Reaching 7,200ft. AN EXCITINC PERFORMANCE. Tlio . Western Oval on Satur day afternoon was the scene of a most exciting ascent of a balloon — together with tne aeromiiiv, Mr. D. Rinnldo. Early in the afternoon a large crowd had congregated, the ma jority of., whom drifted into tlie Oval, but '.upwards of 4,000 people took up positions of vantage 011 the 1111 fenced portion of the. Hill to the cast. Natur ally, the latter did not pay anything to view the performance, but in their eagerness to get amusement, ou the chcap, they lamentably failed. ' One of the most important and interesting lyy-um my |iiuvraa ui Mummif; mi; imi I0011. This could not possibly he seen from the hill, nnd in this rcspcct alone, the loss to the spectators was far greater than the expenditure of the humble shil ling. The 7,000 people who paid for ad mittance, including the very large num ber who, in lieu of cash, presented empty p...
WESTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. PERTH, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908
WESTRAUAN PARLIAMENT. ['Truth's ' Special Service.] PDUTI1, Sunday Night . The: coming-, week will probably 'find Parliament ; discussing - the 'Arbitration Act. ' ; ... Members -will . have a- job : straighten-' ing: out. the tangle into -which the tactics of. the. Colonial Secretary have .landed' the half-holiday question. r -The power to make regulations being placed in: the prentice's hands, some Muusteis - think,.- gives them the chance of legislating, over the heads of Purlin-, mcnt. The- r result, so far as. the new early closing regulations are concerned;- is to bring about a position never contemplat ed by^any petitioners, , also^ to - make a; lidiculous show of the Minister ;m chnrce of the Act.