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HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. DEPUTATION WAITS UPON THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT.' ' DEPUTATION; WAITS UPOH THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. k [?' Truth's ' - Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. This afternoon a deputation from the Metropolitan Retail Traders' Association waited upon the Colonial Secretary, for the purpose of urging the Government not lo alter the proclamation concerning the weekly half-holiday from Saturday to Wednesday. - Jlr. II. JSiown, JI.L.A., introduced the deputation, and in doing so said that the tradcis weie alarmed at the possibility of tho pioelamalion being altered ' or , H had. he Miid. been rumored that the Government intended to withdraw the proclamation ? J.M10-- (deputation 'hoped ._,„-_.. that the. Minister would bcVable, to assure, them that tho rumor was an idle one. The Jlinisler, in leply. said that he could not give ii decided answer just then, but he could answer ilium that thu matter would be discussed by the Cab inet prior to the meeting of the House . that afternoon. The Government's course of, a...
BRITISH PEERS DEFIANT. Lords Decide to Reject tse Licensing Bill as Unjust to "The Trade." HIGH LICENSES THREATENED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
BRITISH PEERS DEFIANT. — v Lords Decide io Reject Use Licensing Bill ss Unjust to ' The Trade.' HIGH UCfflSB TIIRfATfflED. [Router's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday. Unionists Peers met at the Marquis of Landidowne's house, and by an over whelming majority, resolved to reject to day the (lovernment's Licensing Bill, on tho grounds that it' will not materially advance the caiuc of temperance, ami that it violated eveiy piinciplc of equity, in its dealings wilh.tl'c numerous classes whose inteiests are affected. Tho 'Daily Mail,' and the 'Standard,' suggest that the Piime 'Minister will be secretly glad that the House of Lords has killed the Bill. The ? Daily Chron icle' and ''Daily Xewi,' protect against the actions of the Unionists. Peers, and urge tho Government to lovive Mr., Lloyd George's idea of high license duti.-f,. 'The Times' uiges Mr. Asquith to withdraw tho confiscation piopo«als, and to- pursue moderation in thin, as Lo luii done in regaid to education lcform, and to rc-inli...
S.A. LICENSING BILL. Passed Through Committee—House Sits All Night. AIL MEMBERS NOT SATISFIED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
SA1IOTG8ILL ? -j ? Passed Through Committee— -House Sits Al! Niglit. ALL MEMBERS NOT SATISFIED. [' Truth's V Special Service] ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. The House of Assembly sat until five minutes to bi.\ this morning, in further considering tho Licensing Bill in com mittee. ' ? i The measure was eventually passed. An amendment by Jlr. Sincatou, to add the words 'no license'' to.. the' reso lution which can bo put to tho people at the local option poll, was defeated bv 10 votes to 10. jur. . vumpueii succecueu m inserting a provision enabling iho Government to acquire and run a public house. The Treasurer, however, announced v thai, in the full House ho would attempt lo restore that clause to its original form, - iiH./lm had no. desire to 'nationalise the drink liaflis under the provisions of the Hill. Mr. fjiiiealon carried a el.uise pi event ing any hotel employee 'from , working more than oli hours a week, or nine hoiifs a day. also granting each em ployee n half-holiday weekly ...
MYERS, THE AUSTRALIAN JEW. PRETENDS HE REPRESENTS THE ROTHS[?]HILDS, AND HAS £40,000,000 TO INVEST. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
MYERS, THE AUSTRALIAN JEW. PRETENDS HE REPRESENTS THE ROTHSCHILDS, AND HAS £40,000, 000 TO INVEST. (Router's1 Soivico.) LONDON. Worfnescln v. The '? Daily Mail's ?' Xcw York corres pondent says that Monto'lorc Myers, a fasliionably-dres-cd .Jew from Australia, giving London a» his place of residence, was anostcd at Pittsbuig yesterday, on a charge of gia:ul larceny. Myers' pre tended that he l ('presented the Roths childs, and intended to invest 40 millions. Myers is further chargeu with stealing uimuer i-on-is. lie ais'o tailed to pay a deposit on oil options. Accused describes the charges against him 'as-based on per jury. ? ? _._:. Myers was for1' I wo months the hon ored-guesr-rtf-tifcr-inttsbuig magnates!' Tie was feted at civic banquets. Many familiar letter-, and poitiails from piinces and cmiuent woman were found in his possession.
AMERICAN MEAT. FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE SPREADING RAPIDLY IN THE UNITED STATES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
'~ AMERICAN' MEAT. FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE SPREADING RAPIDLY IN THE UNITED STATES. tf [Renter's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday. Mayuo County and- flio State of Michigan have to-day, been added to the districts u.uarantmed. . [Theie has been an extensive, out break of foot and mouth diseaso in tho ' United States, and as a losulb tho stookyaids cast of Buffalo city wope last week closed ponding investigation. Tin States of Pennsylvania, and Row York havo boon quarantined. Ten counties in the former State .vo affected. Thoio arc indications that tho disease «ill spread to Maryland. Dras tic sterns aio boiiiy taken to stamp the epidemic out of iho United States, wholesale killing 'and disinfection bciiig resorted to.] ' -e-
LORD ROBERTS' SPEECH. His Dread of a German Invasion Condemned and Ridiculed. BERLIN SUSPICIOUS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
LORD ROBilS' SPEECH. iiis Dread of a German Invasion Condemned and Ridiculed. BERLIN SUSPICIOUS. [Renter's Service.] LONDON. Wednesday; ' Tlie Times ' correspondent in Vienna .telegraphs Hint tho adoption by the House of Lords of Lord Roberta's reso lution affirming that the Government : should treat national defence as a matter of urgency, has given a rude 'and rh un welcome fchoek to the statesmen' of Austria. - ' , In Vioiina) the assumption had !iitl»orto licen universal that Great Britain never earnestly contemplated the possession ~of ? ' a . military force as powciful and as efficient us its Tn o-Powor' Standard Navy. ' * Canadian newspapers' declare aitonish ment at tho frankness of the Earl's speech. American papers consider his refer ences' to the! methods; of. invasion very ill-advised. The Conscvative Press in Berlin raises .'a note of alarm, and affect to suspect that Great Britain's ultimate intentions must be hostile to Germany. A semi official statement issued to the...
Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY.—Before Mr. J. M[?]Kensey, S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
Warden's Co-urt.' \\'151)XKSUAY,— Before Mr. .). Me Kensey, S.M. (i. Wilson '.applied for a nexemplioii from .residential conditions. ..In -his ab sence, y. Townsoud' appeal cd on Jiln lip half, and said Hint owing to this appli cant's inability 'to secure worlr in ]Jio ken Hill, he had Leon forced to go to Port Pirio. I'Xemption was giunlid for the space of siv inoiithi. ' , Charles Miller, owing to ill-lieallh. asked to be excused fiom cany in out the conditions imjiosed upon nin'. iiuiler the 'Act. t - This A\'iii(Icn gi ante^d the roqu'-^r.
THE MINES DEPARTMENT. THE MEMBER FOR HARTLEY STILL ON THE WARPATH. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
TIIE MINES DEPARTMENT. THE MEMBER FOR HARTLEY STILL ON THE WARPATH. , [' Truth's ' Special Service.] SYDNB1', Wednesday Night. Jlr. J. Doolcy (Jlember for Hartley), in tho .Legislative Assembly to-night, re quested the Jlinisler for Jfines (Jlr. Wood) fo place upon the table of the House the papers relating to the grant ing of leases -and of Commonwealth oil for the Sydney Coi pnralion. Jlr. Wood, in reply, spoke so softly that his utterances wero totally _ in .audible. 3t wan, however, gathereil-by his gestures that lie would not accede to the lequest, but that the papers could be soon in his loom. It appealed to those looking on that if Jlr. Wood had not been concealing something he would ha\o spoken in his usual loud tones when addicssing the House. '
MAYOR LEAVES FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
MAYOR LEAVES FOR SYDNEY/ * The Mayor (Aid. J.. II.' Ivoy) lcfl 'for Sydney last night, in accoidan.-o -v.il li tho decision arrivcel at-at the hint s])eci.-J meeting of the City Council, lie yestei day obtained from Mr. W. E. Wnin wright, documentary^ assui unco oi the decision* of llip^miiilng companies.!— i-v- cept tho Junction Noith — that they would mippoit practically tlie Umboium berka Water Scheme.
INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES BILL. PREMIER WADE CLAIMS THAT THE MAIN BODY OF THE WORKERS ARE SATISFIED. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES BILL. PREMIER. WADE CLAIMS THAT THE MAIN BODY OF THE WORKERS ARE SATISFIED. [' Truth's ' Ppecial Service.] ? SVDXJ3Y. Wednesday Night. In the Legislative Assembly 'to-day, consideration was given to the Industrial Disputes Amendment Bill. The Premier (Jlr. Wade) claims that the Act, is not faulty in principle, but various minor details require amendment to en-jure its .smooth working. When the Act wa~ first passed, he said that he did not hope it would give entire 'satisfaction; but ho still asserted that the main body of the w'orkers Were content with the Act. ' The amendments deal almost entirely with the constitution of Hoards. It is proposed that where a Boaul is presided over by a layman, the 'decision' arrived at can be appealed against, but Ihuii' can be no appeal whatever against the decision of a judge. 'During the consideration of the Bill, a lengthy discussion took place over.-the question of giving non-unionists equal rights with unionists. Jlr. W. A....
THE ODDS AGAINST LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
THE ODDS AGAINST LABOR. The experience of diilicnlties in the path of Australian Laboi iefoimeis has been similar to that ot America. Speak: ing at a Labor day dcinonsl) ation at San Fiaiicisi.o recently, a'ciergyman told tiie Unionists that fiom its beginnings down to the piesent hour, tiade union ism hits bom obliged lo contend with a public opinion and a body of legal liad ltions v liich weie eitliei openly hostile or coldly indifiercnt. Thi-- attitude and this tiadition have been a' veiy sciious obstacle, much moie serious than the caieless obscivcr ic.alise=. to the organ ised Labor movement,, and paiticulnily to its demand that employe] s should negotiate on an equal footing with their employees. Pel haps the -most vexatious and most discom aging phase of this un friendly enviionineut of doctrines and tiaditions, is^ seen in om legislation, and especially in' the application o£ the laws by tho com Is. The old common law of conspiracy has been utilised to pi event strikes and o...
SECOND BALLOON ASCENT. Seb[?]he Soars Through the Air to a Height of 6500 Feet. A SUCCESSFUL DESCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
SECOND BALLOON ASCENT. Scbphe Soars Through the Air to a Height of 6500 Feet. A SUCCESSFUL DESCENT. There was an attendance of about 12, 000 people at tlio Western thai yester day afternoon to witness tlio second balloon asesnt made under tlio auspices ot Messrs. Wilkinson and Co., the pio prietors of the popului Vieeioy Tea. jl'Iio arrangements of tho ascent and descent weix- in tho hands of-Mossis. O'Donnel and Becbe, .whoso success in aonal navigation has become so widely iflimOn' clurimr'tliA lf\R+.p iV-\v molltlls. The greatest success agaui attended tho perlormanco, not a hitch occurring at any stago of tlio. afternoon's'1 ar i angoments. A splendid bill of faro was piovided for pations, and every ono went homo thoroughly satisfied. ' The keen edgo of tho novelty did not appear to have become dulled, for there was no pereoptiblo diminution in tho attendance. Thcie'was a good crowd on tlio lull to tlio cast of tho oval, and iiiside tho oval tho ciond enciiclcd tho ?enco several...
DEPUTATION OF SURVEYORS. BRISBANE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
DEPUTATION 0? SURVEYORS: ['Truth's' Special Service.] BRISBANE, Wednesday Night. A largo deputation of. surveyors waited upon tho Minister for Lands to day, and asked that moie adequate re muneration be puidito the Surveyors in the omplo'y of. the Lands Department. ,Mr. Dcnham, (in icply, said that tho bulk of tho requests made1' by tlio de putation, would Jjc acceded to, 'and that otheis would havo tlio careful con sideration of the Government.
THE INFLATION OF THE BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908
THE INFLATION Or THE BAL LOON. As announced in ' Truth ' last Mon day, a( icpresnntative of this journal, under ai ranqcmonl with i-Iessrs. U'Don nell and Be'ebe, was peimitted the piiv ilege of enteiing-lhe King Edwaid~Vir. balloon, dining the process of inflation yesterday afternoon on Hhe - .Western bv.il. ' ? /rho expqiience, though Irjingjn the extreine, wji by no means marked iVith those featmes v.liich, either -in icality or in- newspaper pictui esqueness, could be e.illed *evciling. . Fire and smoke, combined with the seoiching heat, sum med up what might be tunned 'Hell on 15aitli.'' Our lepresonlativo- was well awaic that the experience he was about lo entei upon was, in. one lespect,' novel. The he.it he , encountered was nothing new, but lo be inside a hot-air b.illocm was an opportunity not to be missed. To see men lying dead, mangled, and in tho last oxteiGinilics of death, asking almost by, mute signs for n few won Is lo send messages pi'ilups lo a 'widowed mother, a ...