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

INDECENT LANGUAGE. John Henry Ludwig, charged with using indecent language iu Argent Street, on the 21st inst., pleaded guilty. Accused was lined £.2, in default M davfi. - Stephen Giles, for_ using indecent language in Beryl Street on 22nd inst., was fined £2,'. in default 14 days. Time was asked for in which to pay the fine, and 14'days wore granted. John Callanhan was charged with us ing indecent language on November 15, and was fined £2, with' Gs. costs, in default U days. Ono month was al lowed in which to pay the fine. .

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. ? WAS! 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 wo're showing In our Windows to-day. Wo call them ' NECLICE' or 'FASHION' SHIRTS. Most of tiiesa Shirts have Soft Bodies, and Dressed Cuffs, and Neckbands, so that any collar can be worn. We would like you to soe our Collection of thoso Shirts To-day. Wo'ro sura tho designs will ploaso you, and we Stake our Reputation on tha Cut, tho Finish, and th9 Values. ? ? Here are Some of tiie Prices. FASHION SHIRTS IN NICE, NEAT STRIPES, all Sizes. Cambric Fashion Shirts, Splendid Range of Designs and Colors, all good washers. 3/6, 3/11. Just Received, the Very Latest Ideas in French Cambric Fashion Shirts. 5/Q, 6/11, 6/11, 7/6. 'Touiist' Shuts in White ami Coloied, with a Soit Double Collar to match Whito 4/11. With Silk Stripes, Whito with Colored Silk Stripe, and. Collar to Match, 4/11. Something Very Choico in Colored with Sil...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Police Court. MONDAY—Before Mr. J. McKensey, S.M. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

The Police Court. MONDAY— Before Mr. J. McKcnsey, S.M. DRUNKENNESS. In tho City Police Court yesterday morning, John Henry Ludwig pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk in Argent Street on the- 21st inst.j and was fined 10s., in default 3 days' im iH'isonmcnt. Henry Williams pleaded guilty to be ing drunk in Blonde Street on tho 21st, and was flucd 20s., ill default 7 days. Three days wero allowed iu which to pay tho line.

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

P. I. MdNIYRE, DENTIST. Telephone 37. 3OO Argesnt St. ? ? C807:30ClHS. JIM OON-LON. A LI^ NATIONS HOTEL, ' SOUTH 'L'*- ., BROKEN HILL. COOLEST OF BEER THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER. ' ? ? c324h-tl37.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BROKEN HILL BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

BROKEN HILL BOWLING CLUB. The committeo of the Broken Hill Howling Club held a meeting at tho ?o'omsof tho Commercial Club last night it 8 o'clock. Mr. W. F. Gilbert being in tho chair. Correspondence was received and dis cussed. It was resolved that :is sub scriptions wero now overdue all mem bers be requested to immediately make themselves financial, so as to bo able to take part in tho Forthcoming tourna ments. It was decided to call for nomi nations for handicap pairs tourna ment, to close on Saturday, November 2S. Entrance fee, L's. Gd. Handicaps an to be (Iceland 011 November HO, and play is to start on Tuesday even ing, December 1.

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

M.U. PICNIC. j A meeting ol the com'o'me.l M.U. Lodges' Piunic* Commit tep was bold at Tattorsali's Motel last nigbt. ''Tlicic was a (,'ooil allcndaiiro of' .lulugalc. I be Giand Mabtci, ]iio. \V. lleville, nioiicling. The icpoit of tin; ]iro-;iani:ncv4iib-iom- 'inittc'e was leeeivcd. and the Inllowing piogiaminc eventually Ad'ipted: — Jl.u. Handicap. 100 ymds, open (o members of one quauei f. -.landing — FiiM, £10; second, ,-C-l 10/; tbiul, .Cl 10/. ' domination, 2/0. ' \ All-comeis' -Race, 100 yards. — Fiist, £.--/./; second, £1 1/; ihiui, 10/. Xom ination, I/O. __ . 'Past 7and Present Officers' Race, 75 yards.— First, £1 ]'/; second, 10'/. Nom ination, i/. - Living Wheelbarrow Raco, 35 yards. — Fiist, ,-Cl 10/ ;A second, 10/. _- 'Nomina tion 1/ per limn. Pick-a-back and Thrce-leggetl Race, 100 yaids. — First prize, £1._ Xomiiiat tion, (id. per man. . . . ' ' ' ' ? Single Ladies' Race, 73 yardn. — I'irst /£1; .second, 10/; tbiid, 5/. Jfominalion, free. Mariicd Ladies' Race, 75 yar...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREACHES OF THE LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

BBEACIIES OF THE LICENSING ACT. Solomon 1'earco, Chas. Friend,, and Jus. Torpy wero' charged by Sonior constablo Monday .with being found in tho Family Hotel. Beryl Street, on Sun day, November lo, at 12.20 p.m., th'y not being lungers, inmate-, ?.ervaii!-,. in h'ma fide travellers. Friend and Torpy both pleaded guilty, and wero each nncd-SOs., with Qs. costs, in default 7 days' imprison ment. Both defendants were auowed 14 days in which to pay tho fine. I'eaice pleaded not guilty, and said he had go no to ? the. hotel to arrango for a bod for tho night. Senior-Constable Monday slated that he saw tho throe defendants enter the hotel, and subsequently saw them on the footpaih outside of thin hotel'. Ho asked Pcarco what ho had been in tho hotel for, and defendant, stated that ho intended staying there that niglil. Witness told him that, it was easy to Bee what he had been in for, as he (Pearce) still had tho froth on his mou stache, uud turning to ?Friend, he said, ', You havo spilt ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

A.M.A. A special general meeting was held at the Trades llall on Sunday afternoon, Mr. X. Cjamboni, president, in the chair. Thnro was a large attendance. The principal business dealt with was the al teration of the rules, in order to enable tho union to register under the Federal Conciliation and Arbitration Act. It was decided by an overwhelming ma-, jority that the registration be proceed ed with without delay. The secretary. Mr. W. U. Uarnett, had the 'matter in hand all yesterday, and last, night the necessary documents in connection with the registration left Bro ken Hill by mail for Melbourne.

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

DISINTEGRATION. ? Public attention i» directed to the elleet of our policy, article on 'Disin- tegration,' hence the necessity for fur ther reference to the .subject. Sweeping aside all the personal abuse ami wilful misrepresentation at tho Ilip pndrom' and clscwheie, our argument iiir Labor solidarity remains untouched. Jt i-- an old game to abuse the other side wlicn your case is hopeless. Wu repeat that the main diflerencc between -the Ciroupitcs and the Labor 1'art-y is the question -of solidarity in action. Let is be clearly understood that there h no restriction or intolerance regarding free speech or thought in the Labor move ment. No unionist would bo burnt or punished for ndvocalinu reforms, even Revolutionary Socialism. But after the lime for advocacy is over, the Labor movement demands solidarity in action. This liictio is imperative, to ihe )\urk ing-class movement. Jiibt imagine the, movement without it. Sonic unionists would establish a ?ingle tax political party, othe...

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

BIRTHS,: MARRIAGES, AND ' ., DEATHS. - For the week ending November 21 there were six deaths in Broken Hill ; five being females and one main. Thirty births wero recorded, 18 females and. 12 males'. , For tho same period seven mar riages were celebrated.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STARVE OR SHUT DOWN. THE MAYOR SAYS THAT BARRIER MEN CAN'T BEAR A REDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

STARVE OR SHUT DOWN. THE MAYOR SAYS THAT BARRIER MEN CAN'T BEAR A REDUCTION. '' They nay it was not their reason for withdrawing, but they don't say that they do not intend to make an attempt 1,0 reduce wages, all the same,' was the remark of the Mayor (Aid. .]. If. lvey) yesterday, to a representative of this paper. The latter had been asked for an ex pression of opinion upon the statement [if Messrs, Mueeko and Darling, as pub lished in Monday's ' Barrier Daily Truth.' With regard to the.. matter of a com bination of the companies along the lino nf lode, the Mayor said : — ' Certainly there is n great deal of ..money spent' -in management ' in tho mines hen; — 11 irc memloutf amount of money. They may save a groat deal by becoming practically a trust, but whether that will increase the wages of the workers if another mat ter altogether. 'The unfair part of it is that they al ways cut down tho share of the workers. Mr! Hurling- is reported to have said, 1 Wages must come down.' Per...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENSATIONAL BOLT IN OXIDE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

SENSATIONAL BOLT IN OXIDE STREET. A sensational, bolt occurred yesterday about midmiy in Oxide Street. A res tive pony, liclonging to Messrs. A. K. Pitt nnd Suns, who has before evidenced its desire for liberty, was being released from 11 cart in that' firm's slnblcs, when t bolted into Oxide Street. In en deavoring to turn into t.iiwler Place, it slipped, and ran into Messrs. Bcasley and Fuss' large plate glass window, .breaking the. pane into fragments. The pony, wiiieh was much cut ajiout the nose and face, was then, captured, and its ignoble flight terminated. The dam age to tho window is estimated at about J-JO.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. Last Night's Council Mee[?] [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 24 November 1908

[?] Last Night's Council Mce ?«. i Tin- suggestion tbiown i| Int.;. v.,^.\ in this column— that it w.i.,in i |uud- ' ' for the town to send an .?»]?, -mlnr - ., , Sydney to back up Mr. C,:f,.|)i m u ;' i.;| on the (iovcrumi'iit to j). -s tin- In.li'i-! umbcrka scheme — was a'lnpUd by J.;n'| Council at its nicctiii!' In -', uii.iif.' l'i. 1 less Mr. Cirillith telegraph, tn-ilnj 1 1 't Mr. Lee is prepared to go mi tin- 'Major will take the train to-mono\.. Tin- Min ister is only quibbling whin he preti'Ula Hint; he hud not the fads and lignr'-. necessary to enable 1'arlinnu'iit In auth orise the scheme. Time CominiwoM-. have taken evidence ;-Jlrnl cu Hill '-l.it d-. precisely where it did ; 11, -? need i* jmt as urgent ; Mr. Lee has 'own heir -iiid seen the Creek.; Mr. Ivi-v can prnd Ini memory with hard fact'-, mi'l hi-. l-mi- .scicncL' with promises ; . ml if hr i/iil\ gets No a.s an answer, he v. ill biing buck first-hand justification tor r.u iiulijr'uitinn nipeting. whose echoes ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908

?? , - ' 330 UNDERCLOTHING SECTION. . A Souarce of Wonder and! Starpifise tto jEverycrae. NO WOMAN whose timo is of. any consequence will -think of -.making up anything that can bo bought leady-made at BOAN'S NOTORIOUSLY LOW PRICES; __- A New 'Line of Ladies' Fine LON GCLOTH NIGHTDRESSES, with In-- sortion Yokes. Exlia'L'argo Sizes.- ? ?-_.,, - ' , '. '_ - ' At BOAN BROS. ONLY— ' v- ' '.', ' - ? ' PRICE,_ 2/11. Each. -' , Ladios' Fino WHITE LAWN WALKINC SKIRTS, with Soveial Tucks at l'oot. Sizes 38 to 44 inchos. ? .?_.,, ' :;, At boam.bros.', only— , ' * *. ?,..- f' -- , -' ' . ?.. - HALF A CROWN Each!': 'l/-^,;, READY-MADE CAMBRIC COSTUMES, both Light and Dark; with* Linen ; Collars, mado of' tho Bost French Cam hues, in all sizes. - ^ , t ? v' At BOAN BROS., ONLY— BF'i'j ''-r1- ? X ' - * - , ' . -6/6 Each. '. ' - ' , ? . _ - -? - x Maids' and Children's Strong WAVE PRINT FROCKS, sizes S-iin.ito 3Gin. At BOAN BROS., ONLY— ' ? \- PRICE, 1/11 Each. REMEMBER THE OLD SAYINC— No matter ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYNIC'S CHATTER. Some Election Reminiscesses. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908

CiNlla uiAliUn. Sorrk Election Reminiscenses. Good ,Old 'Josli!' — Tho '94 Election. v — False Flro Alarms. — Brown Dis ? appeared. — Tho Coolest Man on .the , Barrier.'— A Moral Diflorenca. — Manliness and Cenial Comradeship. So* Deakin's out, and Fishoi's in, and Josmh is P.M.C. Good old JoshU !' ^ /.; I tried' to do ' him' a good turn in this column ut the h'.st '.Federal elec tions. - 1 couldn't,do much. 'It' wasn't my faulp. ,. Tho then. editor carefully, blue-pencilled, evciylhiup; that 'wan like ly to hurt thb, other fellow's feeling. . v ?\Yhen I. think thinRS , buglit .'to bo written 1. don't study tho other fellow's feelings much r ' \. Hit, tho enemy \yJ\oic ovor. ho shows liis^ioad'is the' militant Labor policy. .. - - ',?,'7} \. t t~ , ' ?-/ '~--!*'' _,^# ' \i 1,'. «'\.-, '. * nowover,-vl'm' degressing. t I '.' ^Wlioii shall l'-forgefc '9i? J .That was tho'-year of years for La ib'oi^o.n tho iBarricr. 1' Ii'osult still in tho memories of that gieat election. I lomonibor...

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YOUNG MAN FOUND DEAD. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908

YOUNG MANJOUNB DEAD. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] ' ? hJVUXEY', Tuesday Xignl. Fiank Jkin, a young man, was to-day fouiuulcud in his camp, three miles from JJungog, with his face and neck covered with blood.' Tt ih stated Ihat the (Incensed hnd pro ptwi'd to a young lady and wu-. rejeeted. Ho then t':iid (?ood-bye to Itcr, saying that lln-y would ir.fet in the ne-.t win Id.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908

Drink AV-isi lSnd Ilecr — the purest oi tiz-.; :...'! -U-loi iiu alte ou'eets. citSdbfs-.lOa

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LORD CREWE'S UNWISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908

LORD CREWE'S UNWISDOM. In a cablegram sent by Router on Monday, a curious utterance, made by tho Eail of Crowe, Seorotary of State for tho Colonies, was leportod. His lordship expiessed smprNe that Austra lia lagged 'go far behind Canada, South Africa, 'and Now Zealand in encouraging immigration. He pleaded for/ the ap pointment of a Hfeh Commissioner. Ho said that he had moro than once urged that tho Commonwealth should make an early selection of a wellin formed representative, who nould be useful to the- Colonial Office, ami bene dial to tho Commonwealth. It is to bo hoped that Mr. Fislwr will make an opportunity to read tho noblo lord a lesson which ho evident ly 'sorely needs on this subject. The Kr.iior has just been 'muzzled as tho ?sequel to precisely, similar indiscre tions'. _For tho sake of tho Common wealth, t^io Secretary for tho Colonie* should bo taught, his place just as promptly. ' It is no part' of tho business of tho Colonial Secretary to tell* tho Com monwealth wh...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REV. E.J. TUCK TELLS HIS CONGREGATION OF "FAITH'S VICTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908

THE! REV. E. J. TUCK TELLS HIS CONGREGATION OF 'FAITH'S VICTORIES.' 'And this is the uetoi- tli.it o\oi comoth the,\\oild i\cn oiu faith' — 3th clinptd tutu Hi vcj-io ol iho L'pislle of ? i Joith. The Jti'i 1j J Tuck chose this a3 the t(-\t of lii- sei moil o,i iSundn) night .tt the Climcli of Chnsl Taith's iictonos, ho said, find a huge pi.ice in Jiisioi; J lie jiioie is lull of if. llv faith Xoali and his family esc.tped tho deluge, Mo-jCm and the Ch'ildicn ot Krnel escaped /iom the bondage -of Ijjrjpl '*lu,lii'a 'to.iipieied Jeucho, etc, etc By faith m Clnist, us, the Gieat Plijbiciau, people mic healed of physical, mental, .ind spiutual diseases. By faith Columbus l cached Amenui, and Captain Coolie Austi.ili.i, and opened up now tinents fou the o\ci flowing population of Hi liuin and Jjiuopc 2 3 v c i ji notcMuitliy fhing we see ni.tiKs i now Mctoiy of laith In mechanics, f iom a piece of pottoiv, the le^ult, of the f.nth ot PalliM, to tlio inoit eoinplt \. okctiK ii appliance,...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 25 November 1908

Barrier Daily Truth. (Ofliciul Orfjan of the Barrier Labor Federation.; Maintained in the iutomts of the organised workers. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. PRICE, ONE PENNY. Subscription : 13/ per half-year,, post froo to any. part of tho Commonwealth. All' Communications to bo addroso ml to tho Managing-Editor (Will A. Jones). - -ADVERTISING CONTRACTS.— All Alterations must bo in by 10 a.m. each morning. ADVERTISEMENTS.— Casual . Ad TGrtisonionts will bo taken evory day up to midnight. TELEPHONE 251. Notico to Contributors. — Wo irvito 'contributions, ' .whothor favorable ot otherwise to tho policy of this papor. Bo biief, for our spaoo is valuable. Unless otherwise arranged, all contri butions will bo deemed gratuitous. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisers aro notified that tho office of 'Barrier Daily Truth' Is kept open until midnight, except ing Saturday, for the purpose of re ooiving lats advertisements. 'Barrier Daily Truth/' Wednesday. November 25, 1908.

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