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CHURCH OF CHRIST. "How Much is a Man Better than a Sheep." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

CHURCH OF CHRIST. ' How Much is a Man Better than a Sheep.' . This was the text selected on Sunday by Mr. E. J. Tuck, at the Church of Christ, Protestant Hall : Matthew 12— 12. . In this significant sentence, the preacher said Christ indicated His esti mate of Man ; not any special Man, but Man everywhere — of every class, creed, Condition— as of infinite value. Carry this principle to its logical issue and you revolutionise the world. We say ONE bouI is worth a world, and treat some fellowmnn with contempt. Christ placed man at a higher value than any before Him. There can be no real liberty, equal ity, or fraternity apart from tins truth. To realise the' value of man is to sound the death knell of slavery, tyranny, and yraT. Wrongs are perpetrated from r. false estimate of the value of man — treated like sheep to be sold or fleeced or slain ; and the ma9s of men arc too blind to see the insult of being treated like sheep. Instead of being recognised as a benefactor for preaching m...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Do You Enjoy Life? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

Do You Eajoy Life? 'WlieLher you believe in'a i'uturo life or not — are you happy in this ? If you, are not, you are not fulfilling your first duty. Look to it: find out .how much you arc 16 blame, and how much' others. ,- - *ln this article the 'others shall be let alone^: most' of 'us make the greater part of -our own' miseries — and the sooner we learn-not to :iej so foolish' and suicidal the bet-, Ler. ' ?' ?' ' . Right . living is an art. and, a science ? and an' instinct. , I '-'Mark Ta'plpy_ had tlie instinct'; so. had the Ohceryble Bro'thfcrs ; 'million aires ; have ? , tutors and aides and secretaire's,.'1 and pand ers to teach them the art of it, and generally miss bliss ' altogether, and merely achieve boredom or ? excitement ; ?we .are only 'beginning, in State schools,, and under suchrinen as Eustace Miles, to ' appreciate the science of Rest and Uriivorry. First it is necessary to keep 1lie body in prdppr trim, and not to overwork it. ' All of us work three sliif ts, a...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SULPHIDE STREET METHODISTS. "The Fatal Hour in Judah's Life."—By Rev. A. W. Wellington. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

SULPHIDE STREET METHODISTS. 'The Fatal Hour in Judali's Life.'— By i-ev. A. W. Wellington. 'He having received the sop went im mediately out and it was night.'— John 13, 30 verse. ' These words have reference to Judas. They describe the closing scene of his life. It may be assumed that when Christ called 'him to. oe a disciple, he possessed, in some degree at least, the . ,.!„.„,.. ,(u n( nf.nnas fnv discinlcslup. j.et now we find him guilty of the one crime which society judges harshly, viz., secret, designed, and determined treachery. 'And such men always find more in their bargain than they ever anticipated, for there comes within the domain ot their inmost consciousness the swift dis covery that material gain is utterly worthless as a compensation for moral loss. Our great Creator has so ordered matters that it is infinitely beucr to be true than false, pure than licentious, self sacrificing than self-pleasing. Wilful wrong doing severs the soul from the best fellowships of life...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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ST. PETER'S CHURCH. An Analysis of Saints and Their Value. By the Rev. N. D. Herring. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

ST. PETER'S CHURCH. An Analysis of Saints and Their Value. By tho Rev. N. D. Herring. On Sunday evening at St. Potor's Cliuroh tho festival of AH Saints' Day was commemorated by the. Kov. N. I). Herring in a sermon upon tho subject, 'Tho Leadership of tho Saints.' Some of his points hud been suggest ed by thoughts expressed by Dr. l'hil lips Brooks, tlio famous Jlassachusets divine. All Saints' Day Leathered the holy .of all ages, and compelled men to think about them. From all tho multitudo of failure and success,' rose up tho character of tho Perfect Man. Even without the personality of Christ, this perfection might bo pieced together from tho lives of tho saints of tho New Testament. The power of leadership which a great man possessed was, in tho ease of the hero, that of moro strength and personality ; in the teacher, tho power of his trutihs; and in tho case of ithe saint, tho power of holiness, or Godlikenoss. . - In tho hero was somothing of God's power, in tho teacher someth...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL. At the Roman Catholic Cathedral tDfe feast of All Saints' Day was 'celebrat- ed by mass at 11 a.m. last Sunday, the Very Kcv. Father Connelly perform ing tho service. The mass was of interest to tho congregation, as the sermon for tho occasion expounded tho Roman Catholic 'doctrine of praying for denaitcd ones. Tho remainder of -the month, beginning with All Souls' Day, is to bo devoted to the oamo purpose. Tho Very Rev. r Father Connelly, in tlie cojirso of a very interesting sermon, pointed out liow , it . was iho first duty of all Catholics to have a universal feel ing for tlio dead.' and.as.it wai a dog ma of tho church that they could as sist thorn by' their prayers and other spiritual devotions, he urged upon them tho extreme noccssity to do their duty *o.w/urds thieir friends, and relatives who had found a last resting place. He pointed out how tho month of Novem ber was always reserved 'for this pur pose. As far as 'Catholics were con cerned, it was...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE WHITE LEADS S.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

MINING INTELLIGENCE. [By Our Special Reporter.] THE WHITE LEADS S.M. CO. Kome of the employees on\ this mine are working 16 and 17 shifts per fort night. One man put in 0 shifts last week. There is no reason to believe that overtime for the extra shifts has been applied for or paid. Vet all the employees arc members of the A.W.U. One miner working in the shaft lives in flm aiiitiB house as the manacer. A few days ago he worked three consecutive shifts.. Everything that is said and done below appears to reach the ears of the manager. One miner is accustomed to call 'the manager ' master,' for which subservience he was lately reproached in forcible language by a fellow employee. The directorate of tho mine contains names which are to be found on the Board of Directors of Block 10. At the time of the late threatened strike the manager of the White Leads was of opin ion that his employees should not be called out with other miners in the event of a strike. He argued that his mine was no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

BUSINESSS NOTICES. H. K. FROST & Co., . GENliRAL CARRIERS 1'O1U\ ADDING AGENTS. FURNITURE REMOVED, cle. , i'UOMAS STREET NjRTH. . C307:33. WE wish to sincerely THANK Dr. McGillivary for his kind and un remitting attention to our dear hus band and father, tho lato Mr. J. Barker, during aii illness of .cloven months, also his mates and frionds 'for sympathy and floral tributes. Mrs. James Barker and Family. 2306. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PROBATE JURISDICTION, y In tho Will of. ANN HARDING, lalo of Morish' Street, Broken Hill, fcS., in tlio. Stato of New South Wales, ?widow,1 deceasod. \ PPLICATION will bo made after jC\. fourtoon days fiom the publica tion liercnf ?Uliftt Pixjbato of tfto last Will of tho above-named deceased may bo ?'granted to FLORENCE! EVA HUNTER, tho Executrix iiamed in tho said Will, and all noticob aro to bo served at tho undermentioned address. (Signature of Applicant) FLORENCE EVA HUNTER, (Address) Morish Streot, v Broken Hill, South. *...

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ADELAIDE WOOL SALES. ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

ADIliiDE WOOL SALES. (' Barrier Daily Truth' Service.) ADELAIDE, Monday Night. The third series of wool sales were held to-day, when over 30,000 bales were offered: The tone of the market was decidedly firmer for. best lines. A very old resident of the A.M.A.-^. Mr. Jumps Hollow—died at his residence on Sunday, at the ago of GO .odd years. .Th_o_ remains, werc.interrcd in the General Cenietery'yeslerday, 'flie'-nidrtuary* ' af1' rangemonts being 'carried out by Mr. Jabra Wright..

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KING SPEAKS TO INDIA. Royal Clemency to be Shown on Historic Anniversary. VAST HOSTS LOYAL. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

KING SPEAKS TO INDIA. Royal Clemancy to be Shown on Historic Anniversary. VAST HOSTS LOYAl ? .'?? rReuter's Service.! LONDON. Mondav. To-day Lord Mi n to, at a durbar held at Jodhpur, read a stately, eloquent mes sage addressed 'by King Edward to the Princes and people, of India. His Majesty, in this rescript, dwelt upon tlio magnitude' and importance ot the task undertaken during the reign of Queen Victoria, who assumed tho title of Empress of India, remarked that tho Imperial Government recognised that thoy are discharging a trust affecting the destinies of a multitude of men now and for ages to como. It is: the paramount duty of the Exe cutive to sternly repress guilty conspira cies having no just cause and no serious aim. p/ 'These conspiracies,' remarks tho ' King, 'I know are abhorrent to-the loyal and faithful character of ' vast hosts of my Indian subjects, and I will' not suiFer them to _umi me aside from my task of building up the fabric of security arid:ordciv' , The King...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

BUSINESSS NOTICES. T. HALL. (Lato Bowcring & Hall.) AUCTIONEER, LAND, HOUSE, COMMISSION, and INSURANCE AGENT. SHARES Bought and Sold. . No Commission this end. Mon'ey Lent PERSONAL ATTENTION given to: tho Collection of Routs. Local Agont for tho Royal Insur ance Company (Fire). The Old Office, ARGENT STREET, opposite tho Tram Terminus. If you require a house (purchaso or lent) gi\e him a oill Secretary for tho Bioken Hill Staii-Iiowkett So cieties; also the Amalgamated Medical and Surgical Fund. c307:30G RINC UP 253 For' tlio BEST BREAD aiid SMALLGOODS PROCURABLE IN TOWN. D. MCCUBBIN , Is the person to supply you.. ObR Alt&ENl &TREET T15A ROOMS. Spacious and Cool. E\eiy Com enicnce. 'I'ho ideal Sum mer Retreat for Light Luncheons. Pn vato Room for Ijadies. ARGENT STREET, Handy to Tram Terminus. JAS. McLEISH, Patton Street South Broken Hill. ON SALE ... WOOD, CHAFF, BRAN, l-ATS, MAIZE, xolLARD WHEAT, BARLEY, FLOUK, GROCERIES. THE BEST QUALITY at LOWEST- POSSIB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

AUCTION SALES. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. SALE BY AUCTION. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. ? ,*- ? ? ~*'On' 'the ' Premises,- Argenf-'Sticct, South, ' , ?? ? . --??- ' SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNI '' TURE. Leather Suite, 9 Pieces ; Blackwood -Piano, lilackwood Bowfront, Side board, AValnul- Ovorinaiitles, Good ?Leather Suito, 7; Pieces ?'; 'Oil Paint ings (good), Massive B.A. Bed stead and Spring, II. P. Wardrobe, Bevel Mirror Doors : jVlassivo Duchess . Pair, H. IV- Ward robe, 5 Drawers, Mirror Door ; H. P. and D. Chest, Drophead Sowing .Machine (good), (Good Linoleums, and all other Household Furniture and Effects. Under ? Instructions from Mrs. J. Fielder, who is leaving for Adelaide. A. H. MIDDLETON WILL 'SELL BY AUCTION,, AS ABOVE. , FULL PARTICULARS LATER. TEPHENS and BARTLETT, Auc tioneers, Valuators; Sharebrokcrs, and Genoral Commission Agents. CHLORIDE STREET, BROKEN HILL. Mart Sales hold EVERY MONDAY, at 11. Outdoor Sales „ as arranged. Prompt Settlements. Sharp quotations daily. .Agent for ...

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DIED WHILE SINGING IN CHURCH. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

DIED WHILE SINGING IN CHURCH. [/?Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] 1 A , , SYDNEY, MonOax Night. J At the inquest to-day concerning the death of Olive Bullcn, aged 21, who died yesterday, while singing in the Singleton Methodist Church,' a' verdict of death from asphyxia, brought on by excite ment and heat, was returned.

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B.H. PROPRIETARY S.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

B.H. PROPRIETARY^.!!. CO. ?In Block 13, at the 300 feet level, a start. haB been made to 6ut from wall to wall of the lode, cleaning out a depleted stope 10 years old. Iron sets are being put in; and the interstices filled with looso mullock. Launders will be con structed to carry water through the loose mullock, Hills' providing against any fire from Block 14 ' reaching Block 13. The management endeavored to get this work done on contract, but the men refused on the ground that too great danger was attached to it. Mr. Boyd has decided that it woul-1 be too dangerous to put up a rise, consequently t:-.e method employed will bo that of going above and sinking to the depth required. Apparently the construction of this water curtain is due to fear of fire from Block 14. At the meeting of shift bosses of the B.H.P. mine, which took place at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, of tho day on which it was decided not to strike, lucre was a full attendance. There have been rumors that two of the sh...

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BLOCK [?]O CHECKWEIGHERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

BLOCK 10 CHECKWEIGHERS' ASSOCIATION. \ general meeting of this Association was held at the Trades Hall on Sunday. The following nominations for check wcWimen were received :— W. Brougham, A. S. Adams, 1\ O'Leary, 'A. Smith, J. Ledgerwood, J. Trcbilcock, W. Roe, 1. Lee. . . Mr J- Young was appointed returning officer, and Messrs. W. Hagley, A. ITalse, and W. Williams were appoinixu auu'- ' It was decided to take a ballot on Fri day, November (i, on the mine. A meet ing will be held on Sunday w.xt at the Trades Hall, to elect a cheek clerk from the three successful candidates, and also to appoint new committee, secretary, etc., and to receive balance sheet and auditors report.— George Baker, secretary. Among the few mines in Victoria that have produced over £1,000,000 of gold is the Chiltem -Valley, Chiltern. The exact worth of the output to October G was £1,111,058, and of that sum £517,181 has gone direct to the miner as wages apart from nearly £100,000 spent in contract work. The c...

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BLOCK 14. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

BLOCK 14. Matters have now settled down again after the outbreak of me. There is no appreciable quantity of gas below, so that it may be assumed that the fire has been completely subdued. When tlie men had come gasping out of the fumes in the burning area, after having risked thier lives in order to save n,n minMwnora' nronertv. many of them lit their pipes. One would have imagined that in such a case strict discipline would have been relaxed. But the stern com mand of the manager 'Put those pipes out there,' proved that such was not the Some development work is proceeding and 11 diamond drill is at work. Though the full complement of men has not yet been taken on, new additions are being made to the working force every day. About eight pairs of men are working a night ehift.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

IN MEMORIAM. In loving remembrance of my dearest husband, MICHAEL ROWEN, who departed this life, November 2, 1907. I saw him suffering day by day,   It caused me bitter grief   To see him slowly fade away,     And could not give relief.         Not dead to me, I loved him dear; Not lost, but gone before,     He lives with me in memory, still,     And will for overmore.   Inserted, by his sorrowing wife and children. R.I.P. z308.   In loving remembrance of my dear Brother, MICHAEL ROWEN, who departed this life on November 2, 1907.     'Tis hard to break the tender, cord   When love has bound the heart, 'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the word, We for a time must part. Dearest loved ono we have laid thee   In the peaceful grave's embrace: But thy memmy will ...

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WINDING UP THE N.P.U. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908

WINDING UP THE N.P.U. Members of the B.N.P.I. Union are requested to meet at the late office, of the above union to-night, November 2, at 7.30 o'clock sharp, re winding up of   same. By order. Trustees.       In obedience to this (unsigned) sum- mons a sorrowful and small group of men, met outside the office. Two de- scribed as the trustees complained bit-   terly to a representative of this jour- nal that "Barrier Truth" killed us, and announced that the funeral cere- mony and interment would bo con- ducted in strict privacy, as the deceased could not, alive or dead, bear publicity. 'If there is an obituary notice," they added, "it will be in Adelaide."   Then they marched in to the woeful office, whose window bears the signi- ficant "R.I.P." The team chosen to represent the "Globe" C.C. in their match against the Pellew and Moore C.C., to be played on the Western Oval to-morrow, will be selected from the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

,'/'?; -.?;'?; businesss notices. . ~ ^ ©6e Home MaKer. Ca5li or Terms. ^^'_SkKm^wiIaS\i¥5^Q«aV\KVf'JSoH. -tituiiii)ixaErBjiiiii(ilj- Are YOU one of our customers. Who realises that buying at TOAI REID'S is ^-'PsisB!^ ' ' ' money in your pocket. If not, be- ' Jjdtti_'i-ISK_. come' one, it will be to our mutual bene- i^^^ra^^M^j fit. ' We want to convince you that WJO . ^swwqSl-JgJg|B|ijtt can jsUI'PLY you CHEArER than any / ^^^QBS'* one else. You can prove this by com- ? iBfefaj^' '' ' ' paring prices below. We want our ens- - 0-— —-ssjfflS^W^ toinors to know that our aim is to S8S3SSig^S^/ PLEASE THEM, and to see that they 'I ^SI|I«M/ot g;et _ the best goods for the least : ^\ ^_Sili?^^^? WHITE BAMBOO BLINDS.— Just M^^^^Ms^=*^ :ompare these prices with other firms : ' t^^^^^^^^^lOi GREEN BAmOo' BLINDS.— 3 x ;0, ? ?^^^^^f\vJ^L» l/6;,4x 0, 4/;N0x8,87 ; 10x8, 12/0 ; \Sj\M#-*L**^ UPHOLSTERING a Speciality, the best workmanship. GUNS ON IIIRK. Ammunition. CARPENTERS, SEE US FOR TOOLS, A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. Jl C^-EI1l© Yo»u are Safe to order by Post, for we strive £-??*:- to serve you better than if you came to Send '' j^^^^^a&Bittsfc^ Adelaide, and so SAVE you EXPENSE. Posted Vi ive Qr. — ~~ ££. /&\ ' V \ \ For Anything Required in your Home ^w%%?^' '?? - '?- . ?' ?? '? ..-' '?.?''???.?. ? ^ .j''-' '-:?/ .?'.-? ..' ' '?'... /'?'?' ; ..?'?''?-... ?HOOPER'S FURNISHING ARCADE : (ESTABLISHED 42 YEARS), - . . ., . HINDLEY and LOGH STREETS, - J ' ADELAIDE. ? :?;?;.':: *^f HERE \\d aRE AGAIN, STILL TO THE LEAD. j The Best of BREAD, CAKES, i-IES and PASTIES, WEDDING and BIRTHDAY CAKES Made .and Delivered under absolutely Union conditions at—' . | DYER 8 JAMES' Railway Town Bakery. TWO SHOPS, Wolfram and Gypsum Streets, Railway.. Town. C307MWS:33 Tailoring Aimotmcement. - WE WOULD ADVISE YOU THAT THE NEW SEASON'S ' SAMPLES HAVE JTJST COM,E TO HAND, AND COMPRISE THE LATEST AND BRIGHTEST THAT WE HAVE YET HAD ( ' THE. PLEASURE OF SUBMITTING-, WHILST THE SELEC TIO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

TRY THE Transvaal Tobacco, ? AT . tT*~ ¥ T'1TJ4'BT»W ir» in, *r\. -c* .IjrUJrJPY \BK.OS., . . 6d au Ouuce. :3O7t\vf: 31

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