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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

J. POLKINCHORNE and CO.. .- CONDUCTS FUNERALS at Lowwrt \j R&tn witik.the. most expvricnad and roli&bU Moiat-nnts in tho traoW. Letters, taUpbxme and tolvgr&pt) mesiRgaa attended to promptly. Telephone 259. NOTE. — TermB win bo arranged if re quirod JOHN -WATERS, Auctioneer, Hou»e R-sinov«r, Champion Chimney BuikUr, Oy«a wid Stov© Setter, Furni ture Remover, Buggies on Hir«, 2». 6d. per Day, Horse* and Trolly at Is. Gd. per Hour, Mart Si\l» MONDAY or TUESDAY, governed by hoisted flag and boll ringinc. Brick, Limo, and O» nwmt alwayR on hand. This office is open on Sunaa.7 night, as well as overy other ? night (except Saturday), to re-, ceive advertisements for inser tion in the morrow's paper. \

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. 0335-6-8-9-30 f DO YOU KNOW WHY flMHMW«WSWteBW«»t»MH^^ KV*X Wgffi maTTCiBWWWMffilgZa , . j LATENT m LEADING IRONMONGERS. ! :|j||||| BECAUSE WE are BANG UP-TO-DATE. The result being YOU CAN : ^%§flliflliP- PROCURE everything a well-appointed Ironmongery Establishment should J\ l*i|||3iip% supply. We have BUIL/DING MATERIALS of every description. You j /JC'' CS'-d^^^^^^Slli will be amply repaid if you get our prices before purchasing elsewhere ?!? iSHfti'wW^k. SUPPLY YOU WITH GUNS AND AMMUNITION. ALSO ICE CHESTS, 'I.C.' FREEZERS, CANVAS WATER COOLERS ! AND FILTERS, FLY WERE, SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS. GARDEN HOSE AND EVERY : OTHER REQUISITE FOR THE SUMMER. ? ~ ' ? \ We are now unpacking a FINE ASSORTMENT ot HOUSEHOLD CROCKERY AND i - - GLASSWARE. . , ' Prices are Bedrock. Inspection Invited. I -—TRUTH WILL EVER PREVAIL ? I ? eMMM I UNDERCLOTHING SECTION. A Source of Wonder and Surprise - to Everyone. j NO WOMAN whoso time is of any consequence will think of making up ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WASTEFUL MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

WASTEFUL 'MANAGEMENT. ? -qi It is still early to jn-opoily analyse the industrial position as it has been affected by the rupture amongst tho mining companies in Melbourne. '' Until the managers agiiin meet (he Combined Unions no one will actually fully understand the situation. But one tliinj; is certain — the, mines are not prepared to accede to I lie claim j of the Combined Unions. Kvcn the mines that are left in the mines com mittee only talk of no reduction; the elaims for i\ hours, per week. &e., &c, Imve not been montionril. All are agreed that it is an unfortun ate time for Labor to demand hotter conditions, but iluil the claims mndo are reasonable and fair, none am guinsiiy. The. universal answer to I.I10 unions is that the miner, arc. not paying. Of course, this answer is unfair, be cause enormous prollts have hc.en made in tho past, ami any I'onsiclcrnlion of whnt tho mincfi can all'ord 1o jmy in wtifjps must in all eipiity lie liasi'd upon the costs of n ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

SOCIAL REFORM. Tho Sydney ' Worker' had tho fol lowing in its last issue : — 'Those people who sneer at Labor's ?efforts at social reform seldom know the awful realities of sulforing toilers. Theso aro pushed out of view by tho capitalistic newspapers, let now ana again an item like this crops up to bit torly assail tho callous ' indifference of those blessed with, wealth, to tho hor rors of tlu: helpless i-oor. Tho Chris tian Social Union of England, in the course of an investigation in London and the- provincial' towns of England, found that in ono group of 638 women, no less than 433 women were forced by grim necessity to work for. a miserablo waffo right -up to the very day of their confinement. Twelve of theso were ob liged to go back 'to the factory under nine days after the birth of their chil dren, 100 on tho tenth day, 76 on- tho eleventh, 53 on 'tho twelfth, and 106 on tlic-fourlccuth day afterwards. The heavy, mortality among tho infants in consoquenco' of 'being deprived...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

AMUSEMENTS. CRYSTAL THEATRE. CRYSTAL THEATRE. I'UOPIUETOK ? BKHT SAYEHS. SAYERS' ALL STARS. GK10AT SUCCESS OF OUlt NEW ARTISTS. An Ovation Accorded Instantaneous Success of ''--?'Leonard' kelson, bovis and darley, — Tho Harrier's Idol. Sketch Artistw. . THE BOXING KANGAKOO. CLIKTON UK OS. ?AND OK AND DOUBLE COMPANY. RECOLLECT CRYSTAL THEATRE TO-NiGHT. PRICES : 2/, 1/C, 1/. 329 WESTERN OVAL. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. VICEROY TEA CARNIVAL AM) GRAND BALLOON ASCENT. THE TALK OF THE TOWN. UNP RECEDENTED SUCCESS. DON'T MISS THIS. THE LAST OI'I'OHTUNITY OE WITNESSING THE MOST THRILLING IMOUKOliM \NOE EVER PLACED B1CFORIC THE DAlUMKll PUBLIC. BUY VICEROY TEA TO-DAY COOD AS GOLD. Many Thouo*nd» Gained Admission t-- Western Oval on Saturday by Pro «ab»tion'at lh« GiiUi of. Empty VICE FtOY TEA PACKETS. GRAND PROGRAMME OF SPORTS. FINAL OF GREAT BOULDER TOBACCO HANDICAP. HALE MILE BIKE RACE HEATS AND FINAL. LADLES' RACE, Opin to All.— I'irat Vriisc, ARAB Solf-raisiiiK FLOUR, Valu», £1 la. GIRL'S R...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEMOCRATIC ROYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

DEMOCRATIC ROYALTY. A short time ago in one of the pub lic gardens in Vienna, a seamstress found herself sitting beside, a quiet, plainly dressed woman who was sew ing. They got into a conversation on domostic affairs, tolling each other how the}' made their own dresses and thoso of tho children also. '1 like to oc cupy myeelf with that kind of work,' said tho seamstress. 'So do I,' said tho other, 'it is a great pleasure.' Tho' seamstress continued: 'My hus band is a good man.' 'So is mine,' responded tho other woman. 'Mine works at tho railway station, as his father did before him,' tho working woman prattled on. My own father was a woodcartor; what is yours?' There- was a brief silenc-::, and then very simply the woman to whom the question was put, answered: 'My father is Francis Joseph.' Sho was, in fact, tho Emperor of Austria's daughter, tho Archduchess Giseln, wife of tho Regent of Bavaria, who is famous ? as tho most democratic and simple-minded of European Royalties. — Adel...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

THE BEER, draught or bottled, tnanufaclured by lho S. A. Ba'ewii-agJ Co. in Broken Hill is not, to be excelled fn any oilier part of the Common wealth, so SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

PUBLIC Y/ORKS DEPARTMENT. Tenders are called by 'tho Publio Works Department for tho erection of a new Infants' School at tho North. The design will bo similar to that of tho Central and Burke Ward Schools, and the cost of construction as com pared Wltll tllPSO IWO SCHOOLS Will Of III tho region of £3,000. On top of this must bo added tho cost of furnishing, and that will run into another £1,000 or thereabouts. Plans, specifications, &c, can. bo seen at tho Public Works Department Offico, Broken Hill, and tenders aro retumablp on December Id.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

S. A. Brewing Co., LIMITED. BnEY/EHS and VViNE and SPIRIT MERCHANTS. Draught and Botllod Alo and Stout, Wines nnd Spirits.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

THE WARDEN'S COURT. The sale that was advertised to take place yesterday at the Warden's Court, in the matter of a judgment for wages against certain parties who held the right, title, and interest to a piece of land in the parish of Sabastopol, County of Yancowinna (formerly known as Little. Broken Hill) lapsed, due to the fact that the defendants.paid all claims into court prior to tiie advertised time of sale.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

business notices: [A Card.] A. PRICE, Dentist. .321 Argent Street. Telephone 372. * C310.T.II.S:132. FOR WHITE 'AUSTRALIA. RE BROWN, . Lato or G aw lei, IS YOUR MAN FOR FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY, COOL DltlNKS, CG l'atton Street, opp. Union Club. c32Gth3M AUSTRAL CAFE, Argent Street, Next Globo Hotel. ALL MEALS 90. Board, 14/ per week (cribs and sup pers included) ; tickots, 8/ per dozen. PHIL CONROY, Proprietor. c30'tlis :306. STEPHENS and UARTLETT, Auc tioneers, Valuators, Sharobrokors and General Commission Agents. CHLORIDE STREET, BROKEN HILL. Mart Sales held EVERY MONDAY, it 11. Outdoor Sales as arranged. Prompt Settlements. Share quotations daily. Agent for the leading Firo In BUraneo Companies. c308thf :30G NOTICE TO SECRETARIES. Secretaries of lodges and cricket clubs, and officers of all public bod ies holding periodical meetings usually reported in tha Press, are dosircd to send copies of all notices summoning such meetings, and brief reports, wiiore it Is tho habit to supply...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

- ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. ['Ti hlh's' Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Mondav' Night. Alfied Hamilton, aged 40, attempted to commit smtido by cutting his throat with a pocket knito 111 tho office of Messrs Landieer -and Co, Gicnfc.l Street, this afternoon Hamilton was foimerly omplo}ed at Yancahnia Station, beyond Bioke'n Hill, and' came to 'Adelaide about eleven months ago to undoigo medical treat ment in connection with an injured leg. He was at Landseei's to-day for the purpo'o of tiansactmg somo business. JIo asked ono of tho cleiks foi a ic volver, and said he wanted to do away with himself. Ho seemed stiango in his innimei, and Mi. Lindseei did his best to calm him. Latoi on, howevei, Hamilton dio« a. pocket-knife acioss his thioat, 111 Ihcttng a wound about 3i inches long Ho was taken to tho Adelaido Hos pital, whoro soveial stitches weie put 111 tho wound. His condition is re potted to bo not veiy BOiious

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE IMPUDENT SHAH. To be Brought to Book By Great Britain and Russia. "SOLID PRESSURE" TO BE APPLIED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

THE IMPUDENT SlfAH. To be Brought 'to Book By Great Britain and Russia. 'SOLID PRESSURE' TO BE APPLIED. [Ucnlei's Ken ice.] ' LONDON, Monday. Accoiding to a ' Times';'- telegram fiom Toheian, the Shah's ' rescript abolishing tho Constitution is consid ered an opon altiont tp Gicat Britain and Russia, a barefaced . violation of oaths and promises made to tho Powers and to tho people. , Both Legations havo mado urgent representations to this effoet. Solid ptcssmo is contemi-latcd, with: a view to convincing thoKSliah of the earnestness of tho British and Russian demands. [Persia is financed, by Russian and British banks. Russian troops are al ways within a few, clays' march, and Butish vvarbhips can bung piessuro to bear' in tho Gulf.]

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KURRAWANG WORKERS' TROUBLE. KALGOORLIE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

KURRAWANG WORKERS' TROUBLE. L' Truth's ' Special Serv ice ] KALGOORLIE, Monday. t At the Police Conit to-cay Tony San tieli was chaiged vmUi Having threatened to obstruct the workers at Kuiiawang, and vvas sentenced to one month's mipiisonment. Mayhall, Sanlich's sohcitoi, - latsed 10 point that tho information vvas 111-' formal, on tho grounds that no act of violence was specified Tho P M. piomisod to givo Ins de cisiouon tho '-matter' to-morron*.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPLACING COLORED DIVERS. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

REPLACING C0LORED DIVERS. , p — ['Truth's' Special Soivice] - MELBOURNE, Monday Xicht Mr. Baicnojor, Minislei foi External Aifairs,' Miys'lliiit while he is gi anting peiiiiils to replace the coloied diveis who lave died or loft the Commonwealth, he is insisting on the mofC stimgent ad ministration of tlie. Act in all details with :egai d to tlii'i question

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MENZIES ELECTION. The Minister for Mines Wins by 56 Votes. RESULT TO BE CHALLENGED. PERTH, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

THE MENZIES ELECTION. The Minister for Mines Wins by 56 Votes. . RESULT TO BE'- CHALLENGED. ['Tiuth's' Special Service.] \ ' , PERTH, Monday Night. 'Hie- final figuics for tho Mejizics elec tion givo Mr. Gregory, Minister for Minosj-a leau'of 00 ..votes over hi^ Labor opponent,, Mr.'Buzacott. ' ? ? 'Tho 'figures arc Gregory, 1322 : Buza cott,' 1206. ' - Tho returns r.Ktho gencraf elections, nem on, tno lath Jioptoinber, wero as folldw : — liuzaeott, 1,'J2U ; Gicgory, Tho Premier, has expressed satisfac tion at Mi.' Giegoiy's return i-le says that it shows the pcoplo ot Men/ies aio determined that tho services of a miner with such an tutimato knowledge and wide e\peiieuce oi mining as Mi tire goty shall bo retained 111 tho Parlia ment/of tho State. Ho knew nothing of tho lumorcd ap peal against Mi. Uiogoiy'n icluin, but m any ease ho did not think, 111 view 01 tno' majority, that sucl.i an action would be successful. A piominont Labot incmbci, when seen, said that though they scatcel...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S ORGANISING MEETING. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

WOMEN'S ORGANISING MEETING. [?'Truths' Special Sen ice.] SYDNEY, Monday Night A public meeting was held to night m the Sydney .School of Aits, undci the auspices ot the Women's Conti al Otgan Wng Committco of tlio 1* IjL v Mr.' J. McGowen, M L A , opened tho meeting, and c\piosscd the svmpathy of tlie Labor Parly -witli tho niovomciit xic quoted instances ot Labor legis lation in^this State', and b.ud that he v\r.i in .accord with the puneiples of the movement, and ti titled that they would meet' vi ilh everv t.ucces-- * Siib'-cquent spcak'cis nd\oeated the oigani'-ntiou of female laboi foi the bct tei nipnt of female, w orking conditions 'The attitude of the lccent anti Sonal is'tic Women's Conference was vho iub jeot of special criticism, and a *papei was read t(f~ the''ineeting on'1 ' Misap plied llumanUariiinisin ' _, . t- The meeting ent'eied an emphatic pio test against tho misrepiesenlations I of the anti-Socialists.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"NO LICENSE" RESOLUTION. ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

'NO LICENSE' RESOLUTION. ? » ? ['Tiuth's' bpccial Service.] ' ADELAIDE, Monday Night. A lesolution in favot of 'No Li cense,' which was passed at a public meeting held 111 tlio Town Hall on l^ti-' day night, was piesentcd to tho State Treasurer to-day by a deputation rc piesenting tho *Tcmpctanco Alliance, and the Methodist and 1'iesbytoiian Chinches. Mr. Peako said that ho would? subf nut tho lesolution to tho Cabinet, wheie it would leoeivo tho gicatost lespoct and. consideration. ^- llo fmthei informed tho deputation that although ho was piopaicd to pay tho gtcatcst respect to this and Bimi lai lcsoluttons which weio being passed daily 111 vanous places 111 tho State, lie was not ptcpiiod to admit at tho present moment that they leprosentpd tho settled and well considered 'opinion of tho wholo of the community,

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIRECTOR COMMITS SUICIDE. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

DIRECTOR COMMITS SUICIDE. ( ? %y '['Truth's' Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Mondaj Night. Bruce lilukewull, a mining, ducctoi, ')S years of ago, .shot hiniiclf dead to-day at his Iiome at Dandenong lie is supposed to luno-buen wot lying over money matters.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTH QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. FANNY WILSON AGAIN BEFORE THE GEORGETOWN COURT. BRISBANE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

NORTH QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. — — ? VFANNY WILSON ACA'lN BEFORE THE GEORGETOWN COURT. ? [ ? Ti ulh's ' Special Scirtee.] i'A w BRISBANE, Monday Xight. 'sAt the (!eoigetov\n Police Cotut to day, Fanny Wilson vvas bioughl up on remand, charged vwtl! the wilful murder of Miss Dully, at Cai penlai 111 Downs -I'liomas William Kiosl, a book-keepoi on the station', Saul that the deceased was on good teims^with all .the whites on the station, but the was not on good leims with Mudie, an aboriginal She was alwa}s scolding tno latter foi not doing hei v\oik Mudie vmis a joting gm, about 13 yeais of age, and w ak 111 Iho emplov of the fetation - &he had ne\ei told viitness that she hafl^any ill-feeling against Miss Duffy, who^she said, often tin allied hei for not d6iiitf,woik ;ML-s Dully aflciwatds ciinei Mudie, butijhe week befoi c-s.be died she had 'favolciKMi Day 111010 than any otheis on the slition w,^ 1. J'uj._ .*. iWilness'!gavc't evidence as' to the house company being in the dini...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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