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EXCHANGE OF PULPITS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

EXCHANCE OF PULPITS. The -Rev. N.;, D.- ITcrring, rector of St;.l'eter's AiiglicanrChurch, exchanged pulpits -yesterday . with -tho Rev. S. H. A.-. Embling,- .-M.A.. L L M , of Pettis ?buign;,;Who preached at both '.morning and evening- services: Ifo also deliv ered. 1111 address 011 the Melanesia!! Mis sions at tho, children's seryico held dur ing the afternoon.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY AT SILVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

SUNDAY AT SILVERTON. , * A fivc-horso/di-ag was', iillecl with ofli cci's '/iind vnit)iiib'crs of;-tlie Manchester Unity: 1 Ordbr/bf Oddfellows './yesterday for; a:jbunipy /to: SilvertpnZ / : ? This is,;aii. annual .trip, -ihvays mado ?bcforo/Npu' yoar's -Day;„to mako ar- ] l'angeinciits 'abou'b tho big picnic. ! ?Thero; were , present District Officers, Bros. W.'Revilte, / G.JL/;E. / th Jlalcy, ! :D.G.M;,',nnd,^Vy;Hogg/{C.S^ .,,--,:'l'he;. lollowing -.??lodges ?-Avere reprcscnt i-'S Silver.; City : ^ Bros. Day; O'Connell, \Vestcot.fc, 'Bakef, and Hphaii. ~ Stantlnrcl: Lodgo : ./.-Bros. ' Frost, Son noinar, Gavenott ,and -Edwards- . ?. 'Pluniinar.Loilge : :Bro: Pea:' - United. -Brothers : t Bros.: Smith and Hanford. * .llarry Cox -Lodge : Bros. -Paull and. Hodge. . '1 he party had dinner.' at TIost O'Con liell'Sj of,. Silvertoin. Hotel.' Tho picnic grounds woro;:visitedj': and tlio pro gramme drafted. . .Tho;. full, programino w ill- appear, 111 to-morroiv's issue. ?Broken; Hill was...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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DR. BOOTH IHTERVIEWED. Speaks of the General Good Likely to Result from the Medical Congress. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

OR. BOOTH IHTERDED. Speaks of the General Good Likely to I Result from the Medical Congress. j The juethcnl Congress was character. . isctl by earnestness and capacity of ,t Bi high order,' was the remark made .by Hi Dr. Booth last night to a representative 9l: of this paper. Ill T lie ? doctor, was questioned with re- ? ! gard , to many aspects of the Congress Bj: lately held 111 Melbourne, and spoke B 'iughlv of the value to medical se-enm H): of such gatherings. ? Hp ' Bill- you not read_a paper- before tlie B|; Oongressf Doctor was queried. ? - ?'ieSj'.'-he replied. '-My paper, entitled BI; The -Necessity for- the ilunicijmlisatioii B): of the -Mm; Supply,' was given before B ?the -.public health.section of the Congresi:. B I.liis section was, very act ive, and carried K a resolution 111 favor tif the meilical in- K ?ilieecion t)f 'school-cluldreil. Dr. Gertrude B' csting paper 011 the; subject, giving tlm results of Tier 'experience. She is pei nianentlv employed in this work. ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. LONDON METAL MARKET. [Reuter's Service.] LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

MINING INTELLIGENCE. LONDON METAL MARKET. [Reuter's Servicc.] LONDON, Saturday. The latent ([uotiitions ou 'Change to day for metals were as follow : — Lend, ,i:i:i 11/3 per ton. C-ipi-i'r, .-Cli.'i 1/(1 per ton. Klectrolytic, £0(1 5/ pur toil. Tin, £130 17/0 per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. WARM WEATHER SHIRTS. SHIRTS THAT ARE COMFORTABLE AND SOFT TO WEAR, AND YET LOOK SMART AND PRESENTABLE AT ANY TIME. That's tho kind of SHIRTS we're showing in our Windows to-day. Wo call them ' NEGLIGE' or 'FASHION' SHIRTS. Most of these shirts have Soft Bod los, and Dressed Cuffs, and Neckbands, so that any collar oan be worn. V/o would llko you to seo our Collection of these Shirts To-day- We're suro the designs will please you, and we Stake our' Reputation on the Cut, tho Finish, and the Values. Here are Some of the Prices. FASHION SHIRTS IN NICE, NEAT STRIPES, all Sizes. Cambric Fashion Shirts, Splendid Rango of Designs nnd Colors, all good washers. 3/8, 3/11. ? Just Rccoived, tho Very Latest Ideas in French Cambric Fashion Shirts. 5/6, 5/11, 6/11, 7/6. 'Tourist' Shirts in Whito and Colored, with a Soft Double Collar to match. White 4/11. With Silk Stripes, Whito with Colored Silk Stripe, and Collar to Match, 4/11. Something Very Choice in Colored with Silk Stri...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

There is no difficulty in getting delivery of Barrier Daily Xrutli.' . Leave your address at this office, and you will re- ? . ceive it in time to read at break fast. J^OOK, HERE'S THE POINT. Thii is tho 'Barrier Daily Truth,' but another daily truth is that CHARLTON. is the Best Man to Purcha*a your FRUIT and VEGETABLES from. ®iv» Him a Trial. Bast Quality, and prices right. J.' R. CHARLTON, MICA STREET, off Bromida Street. (Lato Guidi's.) Watch for the Yellow Cart. C307-886.

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DOMESTIC EMPLOYEES' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

DOMESTIC EMPLOYEES' UNION. A committee meeting in connection [ with the Women's Domestic Employees' | Union was held las night at tho Trades Hall. Routine business was transacted, but owing to somo of tho rules expected not having arrived that matter was de ferred to the general meeting on Tues day evening.

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THE POPE'S JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

* THE POPE'S JUBILEE. : Tlio Right 'Roy. Dr. Dunno, /Bishop pf; Wilcannia, felt keen ;satisfal;tibiv yes-; torday afternoon, when ho saw tho iin monso crowd of Catliolics 'that had as soinbled to. celebratb. tho golden- jubilee of I'opo Piiis X.. //-/; -'? ' ': Tho ' .'celebration' took- tlio '; form of a procession of all'tlio'dii'lrercrit;sodtilitics, schools/and friendly : societies-connected with' the/Catholic: faitii, und/ was ar ranged to hsiTQ take'n^ placo ;it ;-i p.iii . , but-long;: beforo that tiino a; large crowd had assembled. 'at ;tho Pro-Cathedral, and/tlie iliea^ytreet sciiool-yard lo /vit nessi the demonstration. .... '/Tlio i-rbcessibn , started from tlio Mica Street school-yard, and,- headed by the H,A.C.B.S.-''Socicii6s o[ 'Brokeu Hill, .'who carried'-thoir luassivo banjier, ,ein blomatio of Faitli,/Hape,; and Charity, rniarcliod' iiito Slica: Street/, thoneo/alpiig Chloriuo- Street, ./into :.L'ano:. Street, -to the front of' tho Cathedralj Whero^the 'prbccssibhi...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. STEPHENS [?]REEK RESERVOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

LEnERS TO p . EDITOR. STEPHENS CREEK RESERVOIR.;; Sir:'-— I- was-'pleaseti to see your sugges-, lion in 'Truth' i'e. the advisability of sonding.somcono to Sj'dnoy- to, back up Mr. Griffith, to get a Parliamciitary. Committee 10 report oij.the desirability of building a jiveir at 'Umberumberkn. It is high tinic that, the Government 'grappled with this, or else ; say' that they do not intend to give Broken Hill anytliing more than they havo, which, to say- the least, : is very 'poor. We are told ' again v b3' .Mr. ' Swinburne, wirougn . xno press, tnai aiinougn- uro-; -ken Hill has treated . his company so badly : in the jrast by paying exorbitant prices, they still have -the : forgiving spirit,: and ar«l; going to - show it (next year) 'bj- jbuilding; the embankment 3ft. higher., - And while he complains of% tlio 'many things tlio Council will not do to:, keep -tho .'-supply.- moro pure, lie does liot doiiy tlic statement that to bacco bush is growing' on the edge aiul-along the cat...

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SOCIALISTS ANGRY. MR. A. K. WALLACE DISPLAYS MUCH ANNOYANCE AT "TRUTH'S" EXPOSURE OF THE GROUP'S TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

SOCIALISTS ANGRY. - ? -y ? MR. A. K. WALLACE DISPLAYS MUCH ANNOYANCE AT 'TRUTH'S' EXPOSURE OF THE CROUP'S TACTICS. Last night, at the Hippodrome, Mr. i\. k. Wallace delivered an address upon the. subject, . :: A Rc pi v to - Truth s ' Con-, temptible Attack.'' Miss L.- Aherti occupied the chair. . Jlr.;;AVanace said that lie. hud 'some ; thing to : sav 111 connection with an at tack nut dc 011 the Barrier Sociiilist.Group 111 the .'Barrier Daily Truth,' 011 the pre vious Wednesday, bv means of an article entitled -^Disintegration.'' - lie ? .recog nised lliat the position there taken up wits liii: : J'. 1 ;unv,; ll-i..- mi its tlie .ijtlDOt l'artv was concerned. Yet the 'Barrier Daily .Truth ' was supposed, and claimed to lie.: rim on Socialist . lines, m)d at times as-, lie .would show,- ic had .done so. 'He recognised.- that it the editor of that paper, had been allowed. to go a bit away ironi ? the true course pf the Labor Ptirty s pWigraiunie, he had been brought hack again— sud...

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MINE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

MINE ACCIDENT. On Saturday morning at 2., 3,5 an ac cident, occurred at lilock 13 ? (400ft. level) of the Proprietary Mine, by which » miner named M. Flyiin sustained a bruised foot. Fly 11 11 was engaged in somo mining work when a piece of loose rock eamo away and fell 011 his foot, with the result stated. Tho servicos of tho ambulaneo were requisitioned, and the injured man was taken to his home iu Wolfram Street.

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FALL FROM A TRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

. FALL FROM A TRAM. 1 '?OAs- the1 O p: 111: -West Broken Hill tram was returning- tovAvgent Street oil' Sat-' urday^ and had just:passed the. hospital, a ? young- girl ^ named 'Amy ):Lamberti; :about: lV':.yearS ; of- agc, .fcll fr.om tho 'caivrsustaining : a^'rathe'r;:s6yere cbllicus: sion of tlio biain.* 'Tho young '.woiiian, - it' appears, :had bcen on a -visit to^tlio' cometviry. and the. oiily pthcr/occup'aiit.'or the .car was:;a:j littto^iHfr^iAapiii^c.biiik^tlio^Uosiiitaly Miss Laniborb appearctl: anxious . to get ?olr. tho:. car - whilst-'ifcr-AVas '-iii ' nuilion.; Shopersistcd.iuthisdcsiro,deapitotiie; rcnionstrano'o! of .hcr.v'youthful eouipaii ion, with t.lie/i'csulti'.'tiiat' sho .ir'.issed her* fodtihg^aiid fell,, backwards : on .'-lior'. liead.;i;'In:,:a: semi-uueonseious staUi.shp was ,.takeu';td the: 'residence: of .Mrs.V AVoodinndj./in ; Chloride.. Street, where ove'ry. 'attention was paid to her. ' '' 1 ? Sbb . was removed to. tlio ' hospital in tlioanibulancoycst...

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DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

~DEATH:OF AN OLD RESIDENT.-. ; Tlio ;iiiaiiy friends V, of ?;ili;.' ?Herman HeilnuinnwiU be : sorry 'io hear of the' death bf'his .v.'ifCj Margaretj ^vhich , sad event 'deeiirred ;on ? Sjitunlaj'vmorniiig,:' after ' a^paiiifnl'' illness: : Tho'iidcceascd' lady'-liad resided ih.'Brqkeii; ;IIill . for a nunibcrof'ycars/'nnd^by.'reasonofhei: kiiidly: t'emperameiit. had' inadd 'many friends. !' It is: only 'quito .recently.fthat' Mr. .Heilmann disposcd of ? his interest 111 l!tc i ;,--nivi :ilhl ,.| .iiiif- on ~:i('('n!n]t of .Mrs;' :'Heilinahn:: iiaviiig-:^ contractod. tj'phoid fevor fit' was found iiniw.ssible to .reniovoher,' and . slib ' died iii the hotel. ' Doceased''-wa.s: oiiIy 35'y'ears .of age^''ttiid^was:?atteiided: 1 by ; Dr^; -Ilums^ The fuiiGral':tobk placo yest-!rday, liiid was.vcrj'largely/ attended. ThoRev. K.Behan'.oiliciatcd /at: tho;gravc,va:iKl tho fiiiicral .aiTangcmeritS: wcro'-:'in: thO 'hands of- Mr'; s Jabez'.- Wriglit. A;- jlarge: riumbeV- of ^vreaths v.'ero;....

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OPERATIVE BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

OPERATIVE BAKERS. summons meeting of tho , Opcratiyp' Bakers'- Association .w'as 'calledvfprS'Satr' iurday, Npvenibe'r, 21 , ' but . owing-, to; a ;hu'k of 'a' quoi'oiii a t 3 p . 111. , t ho ' tiieeting could not proceed.' , 1 .'.An- exeeutivo riicbtj. i lg-i': w a b 1 io VvoVor;- ? lield^ at which .t,u^enM';fiusiiie^i'dr«r$; ? triuis'iicted.;: ; -;On'e liewVnicniber: ivus' re\' ;uviyuu.s : . . , - . - -; r - :! ;A.':deputntioii .\\'ns 'i'eeeive(l from the; BrbadL_'Carters':':.'GniohV1askiiig'.t Ohfistnias'and^ BoxingDaj-s/bd ob'sorved ?as^liblidays'1 ;'iiir '.tho^ triide. ' After- a lengthy' discussioii vit- H'as decidwl-. to r,uppprt;'tho request -of the ' deputation ; iii rbhsOTving their rules 10 tho liolidays named. - : ' - ? - .

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RESISTING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

RESISTING THE POLICE.., ? ? A' young man - named : John Henry; Ludwig was tlio ,caus6 of- somb;:iiiild..ex-. 'cifenientinArgontStreefc'onSattVrday' afteriibn.' Atabout'h'alf-past.;2',o'clock Ludwig waB inaking.'himsolf a. general nuisance iii'front of tho Freoniason's Hotel , ;? and ; wasiedutioited . by tbo pol ico . 'Instead; of ^i^ihg^thpfLhint; aiid; going' ([iiietly, . .ho used', disgusting language, ;and wheji'rarrcstcd 'resisted so violently, that sbvoral: policemen were : i'c()uir6d:.to | assist tiio'arrcsting constablo in getting him to tho pdlico station. Ho will tip l-ear, bcforo;tho court to-day. ' 1 v

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

NEWS AND NOTES. The Weather. O11 Saturday the atmospheric condi tions wero line, though in the, morning slightly muggy. A-cool wind 'blew from the west .111. tlio , morning, and in the afternoon changed to south-west:' ^ The aCtcu'iipon^sn w n. maximum of 81. degrees !(7rptflo:feliado, whilst tho lowest oiv Fri day 11 ight ? was ?'S4 Mj degree*. --t -V crda v -the weather., up.:' till -0 p.111. was slightly warmer.- . At that hour a dust -storm .swept over. the, citv,- followed :by('a change do iuolii conditions , Our^Circulation Ihe unionists wlui own 1|uh pipm will :bc :]tleascd 4o Icarn -tliat I, he circulation ,-is. '-.jit ea dil. v.; increasing. ? .Our re present 11 tive; (Jlr.- 1!. Ifcwitt) ; has -lust'ii bout com pleted1 canvassing South Broken llill, anil Jus-; reports :are most encouraging. Wc Cud that 85 . per cent., of the Iiouhijs there are,; taking .»«?? our paper.' -Onfall . sides satisfaction - is expressed,' : but . we ?: can safely promise contiuuetLimprovement 111 ...

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GOOD HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

GOOD HEALTH. - in 0110 of his loctures. at the Gvp sum Street tent, Mr. Hare gavo some interesting facts about :'Good Health.' The human body consisted ot many parts, and required pure air, pure water, and puro food for its susten ance. Tho luiigs contained 174 mil lion air cells, and for tho purification of tho blood 80 barrels of air were re quired every day. Tho woroev. of China compressed their feet, but the women of civilisation compressed their waists, with the result that their circulation ttus inuuereu, ami 1110 lung space less ened. So that the amount of fair required for tho purification of tho blood could not be em ployed. The necessity for good ventilation was evi dent from the fact that the air iu a room 101't. x 101't. became unfit for breathing after 20 minutes. In Eng land tho stun of £2,750,000 was an nually spent in patent medicines, while iu Gro.it Britain 178 tons of pills wero annually consumed by the people. Hasty eating, eating too frequently, using soft foods...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 23 November 1908

DEATH.   HEILMANN.— November 21, 1908, at the Grand Hotel, of Typhoid Fever     (Margaret Lena) the beloved wife of HERMAN HEILMANN,   aged 35 years. R.I.P. z328       IN MEMORIAM.   FRASER.—In loving memory of our dear little NELLIE, who died No- vember 21, 1901 Also CLARA     and KATHLEEN, died November,   12 and 13, 1900.     Fairest Flowers Soonest Fade.         Inserted by their loving parents, A.   J. and M. F. Fraser. z326  

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THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

THE SPORTING WORLD. . (By 'Git AND FLANEUR.') . / ? r- TUFTS OF TURF. i,- ? Two Broken Hill horses in Zoinab v and JN'ita Koran liavc reached Adelaide, mid are beiiiK looked alter' by Ade laide's oneo loading jockey, 'Tommy' Matthews, who lias not had any luck for the last twelve months. Once ho used to be at the top of the win ning jockey's list, but now it takes him all his timo to got a mount. Dr. F. Watson, who owns tho steeple chaser Pilot has bought the Sydney horso Pharos, who won a couplo of races at tho A.J.C. Spring Meeting a couplo of months back. Antonious, who recently resumed work at Randwick, under F. MeGrath's caro, is only a small thing, for with his shoes oil' ho is little, if anything, over 15.0. Ho bus not been returned a winner since a two-year-old, when ho gavo lolairq ltilb. and a beating in tho Ascot Vale Stakes. As a 3year old ho ran second to Poseiclo'n in tho V.R.C. Derby and Melbourne Cup. Aiitoiiiuti!) met with an injury in the Essendon Stakes, which bro...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

CYCLINGS. Major Taylor, it is understood, is coming out to Australia shortly, un der engagement to the Sydney Summer Amusement Co. Taylor has evident regained his old form, for ho recently me- and uclcatcd i-riol, the French champion, in two matches. I'liero is a rumor that the Sydney Thousand ? will bo resuscitated next January, and this will make foreign cyclists keep their eyes on Australia, as they will want to be out to take part in tho big event. A. J-. Clarke and Floyd McFarlane say they will not visit Australia next yoar,, unless they are practically as sured that there will bo somo big rac ing for them not only in Melbourne but in Sydney. After tho American racing season they will journey on tho Continent, where they will raco in France, Germany, and Denmark. Two Victorian cyclists in 'Pedlar' Palmer and A. J. Walker, are still racing in America, but they aro not meeting with much success there, the company being a triflo too classy for them to score in. Saturday, tho 28th,...

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