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VICTORIAN MINES BILL. MINISTER McLEOD EXPLAINS SOME OF THE PROVISIONS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

VICTORIAN MINES BILL. MINISTER MOLEOD' EXPLAINS SOME OF THE PROVISIONS. ['Truth's' Special 'Service.] MEItBOUIINE, Wednesday Night. In' tho legislative Assembly to-day, Mr. McLeod (Minister for Mines), in moving tlio second reading of the Minos Act Amendment Bill, explained that tha measure, with ipgaid to tlie position or residence area holdeis, would bo im proved. Messrs,. McRnde, Law son, and 'others complained that tlio provision for tho education of working minors wanting certificates was inadequate. Mr. McLeod, in reply, said that miners and drivers would have every facility .given them to get scientific knowledge. ?]?'' Tho debate was adjourned until next Tuesday.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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THE SEARCH FOR SEBPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

' THE SEARCH FOR SEBPHE. Mr. M. B. Wilson'/ sulky was well away on the piobable.ioute of the bal loon' before it left tho ground. It con tained Mr. Wilson, Mr. J. Lean, and a representative of this paper. Slnewd faced cyclists cautiously stalked it as it got into position near the gasworks. 'Presently the balloom swung' into -\iew, »ii(l sailed swiftly unwaids towaids the occupants of the sulky. Steadily did it rise till, the swift-footed little, pony laced for Burke '\-ard II.iT., it seemed to li.ing dangeiously ovei head. Hound the Hull and following the li aniline ti oiled the pony, cabs, traps, 'and „ cyclists, following helter-skelter. 1'ieseiitly the first parachute dropped, looking foibiadingly black from underneath. The second and thiul followed in quick succession, and then the gi.ic.cful foim of tlic (iiirinf aii -navigator floated giace fully down towaids the Zinc Coipoiation plant . He descended easily, and neatly in ^he centic of mo Zmc C'uipoiation ten nis comt, landin...

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S.A. RAILWAY EXTENSION. Mr. Price Questioned re the Gawler—Port Augusta and other Lines. A "BIT UP HIS SLEEYE." ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

S.A. RAILWAY DfltNSION. Mr. Price Questioned re tiie Gawler — Port Augusta and other Lines. A 'BIT -OP HIS SUM.' ['Truth's' Special Service.]' ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. In the 1 Touse of Assembly to-day, the Premier (Jlr. Tom Price) was questioned ns to when he intended to call forv tenders for the Gawler lo Port Augusta and Laura — Boolcroo lailwayo. Jlr. Price infoiined members that he was not in any huiry to call tenders for those' lines. ^ ' When he looked at the big job of the tramways electrification, and thought of the great number of men who would be wauling employment wnen it was fin ished, he saw the wisdom of keeping a bit '? up his sleeve.' The. Premier added,. 'These ; railways will come in nicely biter on.'

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THE SPORTS PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

THE SPORTS PROGRAMME. The progiamine of sports, adding a fur ther means of attraction, was silent fully cariieri out. and, v ilh one excep tion, p.iiscd oil without a hitch. Tlie. first heat of the Viceroy Tea Uiejcle Race biought out a field' of Jive slaiteis, the absentees being J. Gillon and., A. Jiailin. McDonald scciacd first place with Doyle and l'yko second ana thiul lespecti'vely,' but* the stewards deemed the lcsult unsatisfactory, de claring it 'no lace,' and fining Knight, McDonald, and Moysey, .Is. each for col lusion. When inn again, Dojlo. seemed first place, with Pyke and Knight second and thiul in the older niimcn. The final of .ne, Gieat Boulder To bacco Sheffield was annexed veiy com foitably by .janies. a-, was predicted by those supposed to be good judges. ( Tlie Aiab oell-l{aising Flour Handicap, for ladies, biought fofin a good, field of vaijing ages. Theie weie several falls, foitunately w ithout . mishap, , but the winner, Mis. Ellen Dyer, won comfoit ably-fr...

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THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. Prime Minister fisher Delivers this Ministerial Statement. FORTHCOMING LEGISLATION OUTLINED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

. THE -FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. ^?v ? Prime Minister Fisher- Delivers iiis Ministerial Statement. FORTHCOMING LEGISLATION OUTLINED. [?'Truth's' Special Service.] MELBOUKXK, AVediiesdnv Xiuht. There was a large attendance, of mem bers when Jlr. A. Fisher (l'rimc Minis ter) mude hih Ministerial statement in the House of Kep.-esentatives to-day, under the cover of a formal motion. ' Government business is to lake prcced dcncu\diiiing the remainder of the ses sion. ' ? .?, ? ? » Mr. Kisjhor --nid that the programme submitted by the Government could only ho a short one. in view of the limited time remaining before the close of the session. As Treasurer., he found that the finan chil position wns- fairly secure, as sub mitted by the late Ministry. lie e.\])c('ted, however, that fherc would bo savinsrs ellccted, amounting lo about .C!KI.800,'l!ie sum of .C8fl.80O being in the Customs, and 1. 10.000 in the inter nal AH'airs Department. ft is now estimated (lint (hure would be a further shortage ...

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QUEENSLAND TRAGEDY. The Murder Case Coated at Georgetown. STATION EMPLOYEE'S EVIDENCE. BRISBANE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

QUEflfSLAND TRAGEDY. The Murder Case Coated a? - Georgetown STATION EHPIOYEL'S EVIDEHCf. - I' Truth's ' .Special Service.] '. BRISBANE, Wednesday Night. Tho Carpentaria Downs murder case, in which Mrs. FaFimy Wilson is charged with Iho minder of Miss Duffy, was ic sumed at tho Goorgotouji Police Court* to-day. 'Maudie,' an aboriginal girl, deposed that Miss Duffy and Mis. Wilson wore always good friends. 'Witness never had lows with Miss Duffy. ' Charlie, an aboriginal, who was tho husband of ''Mapgie,' also gave evi dence, and deposed that ' Billy' Wil bou was so strong that 'ho could hold a twelve-stone man dowii. ' Several uhito employees of tho sta-_ tion wero examined, but their evidence throw very little fresh light on the ease. ? Charlie Mooii, a cook employed on the station, dopoed tha.t h? aucko ax about, o o'clock' on the1 morning of tho murder.' lie had a clock in his room, lie- lit a ' slush' lamp. He heard no sounds. Before ho (witness) left his loom, Mr. Fiost passed t...

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THE EUROPEAN CONFERENCE. RUSSIA INSISTS THAT THE POWERS SHALL DISCUSS AUSTRIA'S RIGHT TO ANNEX. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

THE EUROPEAN CONFERENCE. RUSSIA INSISTS THAT THE POW ERS SHALL DISCUSS AUSTRIA'S '/ RICHT TO ANNEX. (Ilcuter's Serries.) LONDON, Wednesday. Russia s icply to Austria's Note con cerning tile subjects to bo set for dis cussion at tho pioposed Confoicnco of the- Powers has been made public to day. Itus^ia adheres to tho essential con ditions as declared in her first com munique. There include tho fico dis cussion of Austria's li^ht to annex Bosnia and ller/eglvina, and tlie whole of tlie.claims for ' compensation' made by Turkey, Seivia, rnd M'mfr'iicgio.

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THE CONFERENCE CONTINUES, Mine Managers Refuse the Unions' Claims.—An Adjournment for a Week. THE OFFICIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

lift lUratnLnu. lUlillnut^. Mine Managers Refuse the Unions' Ciaiins. — An Adjournment fpr a Week. ' '— ' * THE OfFICIAL REPORT. The .second .sitting' of the conference 'between the -Mine Managers' Association and tho delegates 'from the Combined Unions took place lust night at Tail's Masonic Hull. ' ' „ As on the'pieviofis occasion of meet-'' ing, the joint hoei eluries of the 'Confer- ence. Messis. W. K. Wainwiiirht (secre tary of the Mine Mauagei-h' Association) an.. W. D. Burnett (scci'cliiiy of the Com bined I'nioifs) nictated an authoritative leport to the pi ess. - The following mine 'nianageis -vveie present: — % JS-5. Ilebb.ud. fS'ulphide Corporation Mine; A. ,J. j;iggU's,».Sonlll Blocks; T. li.-Swei'l, South'' Ji\toiid«l ; W. 13. Gard ner. Centi.il Jline: .1. Stevens, JTorth; T. 1J. 1'almer. iiunction North; J. Hock ing, Block It; G. Weir. Xoith; V. C. Howard, South; W. 'ii. Wainwright, .South; .J. ijanipson. JJritish; II. W. Gepp, UoBavny 1'iocess. 'I ho jollowing delepat...

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BRIEF CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

BRIE? CABLES. [Reuter's Service.] Sir Frederick Borden (Canadian Minister for,' Dofonce) is coming to England to consult tho War Offico 'rc lativo to defenco matters, including the oxcliange of officers. It is announced at SlocKhoIni that .Mr.- Ernest lluthei fo*rd has baen awarded the Nobel prize for chemistry. Dr. lloskyns (Bishop of Southwell) iias ucimnqu , io accept me Anglican Archbishopric of Capetown (South Afiica). '- , Lord and Lady Noithcoto arrived at Montreal on Monday. Many festivities, including n banquet by ~ Lord Grey (Governor-General of Canada), wci'o ghen in their honor. They proceed' to New York on Thursday. A non-political committee, consisting of Moderates;' leading Churchmen, ajid Nonconformists,' has been, formed to Eiippoi i ^Athe^ proposed..-, coinpromiso'.'-in tho Education Bill. , - .' Saventy prominent oarsmen and sportsmen entertained Geoigo Towns (N.S.W.) at dinner at Putney, where tho president eulogised Towns as a genuine 'sportsman of whom they wei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

? BUSINESS NOTICES. ? . ? UNDERCIvOTHING SECTION. A Source of Wonder and .Smrprise to Everyone. NO WOMAN whose time is of any conscquenco will think of making up anything that caii bo bought ready-made at BOAN'S NOTORIOUSLY LOW PRICES. A Now Lino o( Ladies' Fino LONCCLOTH NICHTDRESSES, with In sertion Yokes. Extra Lai go Sizes. At BOAN BROS. ONLY PRICE, 2/11 Each. Ladios' Fino WHITE LAWN WALKINC SKIRTS, with Saveral Tucks at toot. Sizes 38 to 44 mclios. At BOAN BROS., ONLY HALF A CROWN Eaoh. READY-MADE CAMBRIC COSTUMES, both Light and Dark, with Linen UMars, made of tho Bost Kronen Cambuca, m all mzos. At BOAN BROS., ONLY— 6/6 Eabli, _ Maids' and Children's Strong WAV E PRINT FROCKS, sizes 24in. to 36in At BOAN BROS., ONLY PRICE, 1/11 Each. REMEMBER THE OLD' SAYING— No mattor what you want, you oan always got it a iittlo CHEAPER at BOAN BROS., Tfo.e Big A^geiit Street Dra-sers, ClotSiiers, arid Bool 'VVaa*eSiottseme3ri.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

business: notices. , T. HALL. (Late Boworins & Hall.) AUCTIONEER, LAND, HOUSE. COMMISSION, and INSURANCE AGF,NT. SHADES Bought and Sold. No Commission this end. Money 'Personal attention Kivon'to the Collection of Routs. Loral 'Agent for the Royal Insur h.hco Company (Firo). The OWOflicfl, ARGENT STREE'I .-ipposite tlio Tiam Tprminus. If you require a houso (puichaso or rent) fivo him a call.j Secretary for r,he Broken Hill , Starr- Bow kett So nieties ; also the Amalgamated Medical and Suraieal Fund r,807 :S06 W. J. CEORCE, - ' /OHAFF MERCHANT ' AND' \J. GENERAL STORE1CEEPER . BLENDE 'STREET, NORTLT. ^ ? NEW CHAFF AT NEW PRICES. Tolcphono'43. ? ' ?- - ? ? . , c307thf:306 ? ,',^LL MEALS 9d. ' .Board, 14/ por week (cribs and Biip 'pora included) ; tickets, 8/ por dozou. AUSTRAL CAFE, Argent Street, .Next Globo Hotel. PHIL CON ROY, Proprietor. c307ths :306. This office is open on Sunday ? .'night', as well as every other night (except Saturday), to re ceive advertisements for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

,, „„,, _ ^r?,. Tr , ?'/'.' BROKEN HILE, the 2 8 tli, and 27th Instants. ? : ? ? rar»wr p^tur . . , .-. ?'?'.??:. SEE ANNOUNCEMENT IN SATURDAY'S 'TRUTH.'' ' ' ? :::-: lo^oh. ' ^

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FIRE NEAR EXPLOSIVES. TWO FISHERMEN FINED 5/ EACH FOR BOILING THEIR "BILLY." PERTH, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

FIRE NEAR EXPLOSIVES/ TWO FISHERMEN FINED 5/ EACH FOR BOILING THEIR ' BILLY.' [' Truth's ' Special Service.] PERTH, Wednesday Night! , Two fishermen, named William Bairett and Edwaid E^bid, were jointly charged, at- the Poi Hi Police (Join I, to-city, with lighting a hie near the e\plosives mnga/inc at Woodman's Point. * ' The accused said thai they were only boiling their billy, and did not know they had done anything contnuy to the Act. The Police Mugisliatc (Mr. Dowley) said that if he wished ho. could line, the aieused CoO c.ich. but he was willing,' on this occasion, to believe that the ac cuswd would not ippi'.il the act, which was merely an accident. Hach licensed was lined 5/, with 13/0 costs, _ -_

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SETTLING THE LAND. NEARLY A MILLION ACRES SETTLED IN FIVE MONTHS. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

. SETTLING THE LAND. NEARLY A MILLION ACRES SETTLED IN FIVE MONTHS. [' Truth's ' Special bervieo.] SYDNEY, Wednesday NigUt. Dm ing the 20 weeks fiom the 1st July to the '18th of November, i)S3 new =c tlers selected 077,002 ueics of Ciown l.in.l in New South Wales, as oi iginal holdings One thou.iand and twenty-two seloot-vl 277,033 acies as additional holdings.

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PENNY POSTAGE IN AUSTRALIA. FAVORED BY THE FEDERAL "CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

PENNY POSTAGE IN AUSTRALIA.' ? 6 ? FAVORED BY THE FEDERAL 'CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURE. [?'Tiuth's' Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. The Federal Council of the Chamber of of Manufacturer)) to-day eairied a mo-* tion in favor of adopting the universal penny postage for Austialia.

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FATHER CURRAN IN COURT. THE MAGISTRATE DISMISSES THE CASE. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

FATHER. OMAN IN COURT. — . ? .^ ? THE MAGISTRATE DISMISSES THE CASE. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] ? SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. The case against Father '-..Cumin, al leging that he foigcd a eeitain agree ment, whereby a pawling equity suit was settled on ('crtuin tciniH, with in tent to defraud, was before the' police I'ourt to-diiy. Alter lipiiiini' tin- pvid-'iKc. the p;cMl mg magistiati' dismissal the imsi\

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THE BRITISH MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

THE BRITISH M!N,E. , The pnlv development is in Thomp son's, section. At the COO feet the south diive has been taken' tup feet, in niKed material, giving a 'total of 200 feet. At the 700 feet level, the bouth drive liiis been extended four feet, total. 110 leot. The bottom of the diive is in good oic. though the back leniains in mixed lode material. /. - ? Last month the mines associated with the Kalgoorlie and Boulder Mines Water Tiiwt consumed 30 308,000 gallons of Mnndaiing water, tne eonti ibutors to the total being:— Associated, 2,150,000; As sociated Northein, 743.000; Golden Horse shoe, 4,233,000; Great Boulde; Main Reef, 126,000; Gieat Boulder Peisevoiance, 2,914,000; Gieat Boulder Pi opi ietary , 0,OG3,000; llainault, 1,203,000; lvanhoe, 3,324,000; Kalgurli, 2,000.000; Lake View Consols, 2,()(i4,000; Oroya'Biown Hill, 2.230JOOO; South Kalgurli, 1,373,000; Hannau's Star, HjlOO ; Boulder 'Deep Levels, 15,000. ' , Messio. Joseph Palmer and Son1-, in their monthly ciicular for ...

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LONDON METAL MARKET. [Reuter's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

LONDON METAL MARKET. _ [Bculcr'b Service.] 'LONDON, Wcdne day. The following metal quotations wie_ made on 'Change to-day : — Lead, £13/10 per ton. , Copper, -.C03 per ton. , ' ' , , Copper (electrolytic), .£G3/'l. ~ ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Dettmer and RUchbicth (per J. _ C. Klcinliainmci ) supply ' the following metal quotations inudc on 'Change to day:— .Lead. £13 8/0 per ton. ,'- - Coppei, £03 2/0 per ton.

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BODY IN THE BAY. VICTIM APPARENTLY COMMITTED SUICIDE THROUGH INSOMNIA. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

BODY IN THE BAY. VICTIM APPARENTLY COMMITTED SUICiDE THROUGH INSOMNIA. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] . MELBOUKNE, Wednesday Night. The body of the young man named' Ileibeit Bish, who disappeaied fiom Port Melbourne on November 10, was found in Poit Phillip Bay to-day, near Port Melbourne. Deceased had been suflpiing from ill health and insomnia, and it is believed that .he committed suicide from ithose causes: —

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THE MENZIES ELECTION. PERTH, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 26 November 1908

THE MENZIES ELECTION. ['Truth's' Special Scirice.] ' PERTH. Wednesday Nicht. . Up to the piesent no action has been taken -lcspoeting the protest which wab proposed to be lodged against Mi. Gieg oiy's (Minister for Mines) election for Monzics, in the West Ausliali.ui Parlia ment.

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