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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
J. GOFFAGE, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, ARGENT STREET. - FIRE INSURANCE AND GENERAL j COMMISSION ACENT. Telophono 362. ? c307 :306. ' BARRIER DAILY TRUTH ' DELIVERY. Persons desiring our paper de livered to tliom will pleaso or- . dor from runners, or leave their names and addresses at . tho office.. It is not true that any person has been given a wonop ? oly for selling ' Truth ' in any district. If your paper is not ' ., ? delivored satisfactorily, please let us know. Drink West ICnd Beer — the. purest of beer, and suffer no after elfocts. . ? . . c324hfs :102 BUSINESS NOTICES. X . First riicturo shows on a man's (ace of artiHcial teeth \vhich do not fill oat the : lips and sunken linns. Second picture shows a more youthful ellcct produced by restoring falnosi. W. E. THOMAS, GREATEST EXPONENT OF PAIN LESS DENTISTRY IN AUSTRALIA, Only Dentist who ? is a Direct Im porter. Consequently Patients avoid the depots' jirolits'^ and get their woik much cheaper. Writu-n Guarantee for Tail Years. Wr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 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. We call theiri ' NECLICE' or ' FASHION' SHIRTS. Most of thesa Shirts have Soft Bod los, arid Dressed Cuffsi and Ncokbands, so that- any collar oan be worn. - Wo would like you to sea our Collection of these Shirts To-day. We're suro tho' designs wlll pleaso you, and wo Stake our Reputation on tiid Cut, tho Finish, -and the Values. Here are Some c-f the. Prices. FASHION SHIRTS IN NICE, NEAT STRIPES, all Sizes. Cambric Fashion Shirtj, Splendid Range of Designs and Colors, all good washers. 3/6, 3/11. Just Received, the Very Latest Idaan in Freneh Cambrio Fashion Shirts. 5/G, B/11, 6/11, 7/6. ' Tourist' Shirts in Wliito and Colored, with a Soft Double Collar to match. White 0/11. With Silk Stripos, White with Colored Silk Stripe, and Collar to Match, 4/11. Something Very Choice in Colore...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. MAX KRANTZ, rpHE ALL NATIONS STORE, 1 SOUTH IJ. IIILL. SACRIFICE OF DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, AT COST PRICE. „ Kxceptionally Lar^e Stock, must be Kedueed. PRINTS, 2/11 doz. MUSLINS, 3/11 doz. CHOICE STOCK OF WINES. ? ? ? c323 : f sin : 130 JOHN MclNTYRE, PRACTICAL TAILOlt. Hrp^it I..-..-lios' Coat and Costume Jlatur. i?'-' aih;;;.\t strseet, Ojijxisito [loan Bros. PIRE ADJ IJST.M KNTS . — If HiiflVrin-' loss by liro placo your affairs in tho hands of tlio undersigned,' who will -w»i'o fair treatment for you at reason able charges'. J. II. Bov.cring & Son. c317n-wfs;)10. BUSINESS NOTICES. j Mr. Carl Laubmann, Optician. Sulphide Street. ' X I'OOLE/ BUTCHER, Chappie ^ * ? Street North. This advertisement is especially in teresting to tho .residents of tlio North. DON!T FORGET IT. CHOICEST MEAT and SMALL GOODS direct from freezer. , c307mwf :308. GEO. E. DAWSON, GROCER. CORNER LANE and McCULLOGH STREETS. ONLY best of overythinK stocked. Orders delivered daily. ...
AUSTRALIAN V. CANADIAN BULTER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
AUSTRALIAN V. CANADIAN BULTER. Mr. C. Booker, of Woolooga, who has been touring- in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom for some months past, has returned to this State (Queensland) after having gained much valuable informa-.on on the live stock conditions of the countries that he has visted. ' In the course of an interview he said that he nad the opportunity, of visiting many dairy farms and dairy factories in Canada. The milking cows were not up to the Australian standard except in isolated instances, and the factories were not equal to many in this country. When making a comparison between Australia nnd Canada as but ter producers, he emphasised the ad vantage which this country possesses. For six months the farmers in Canada were strenuously growing fodder to keep their cattle during the long cold win; ttTi. Tliid alone would always give .Australia a strong position in the Eng lish miirket us against Canada.
BROADENING A RAILWAY GAUGE. S.A. PREMIER GRANTED LEAVE TO INTRODUCE A BILL. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
BROADENING A RAILWAY GAUGE.. S.A. PREMIER GRANTED LEAVE TO INTRODUCE A BILL. [' Truth's ' Spccial Serviee.] ? ' ADELAIDE,' Thursday Night. In tho House of Assembly to-day, leave was granted to the; Premier (Mr.1 T. -Pricc-)-to introduce a. Bill designed to . ?broaden the railway gauge' from Hambly Bridge to Balaklava. In a roport'laid..on the table of -tho House, the Railways Commissioner (Mr. A. Pendleton) , estimated that tho 'total , cost of the work, —including the transfer of tlie' yards and removal of the loco motive shops from Port Wakefield to Balakluva, to bo £122,700.,
MUNICIPALISATION OF MILK. LECTURE BY DR. BOOTH BEFORE THE AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
MI6IPWTIDN OF MILK. LECTURE BY DR. BOOTH BEFORE THE AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL CONFERENCE. How can we best secure tho purity of milk This question was raised by Dr. James Booth, of this city, in the course of an address on the need for municipal ising the milk supply, delivered 'at a arret ing of the public liealtn section of ' the Australasian Medical Conference, recent ly held in Melbourne. In answering his question. Dr. Booth said there were three methods — private enterprise, philan thropy, and public ownership. ' He admitted that in some eases private enterprise had been quite successful. Tho Willsmcre certified milk was an example, but- its scope was limited, and although by using this niilk the consumer paid no more, and got a better supply, vet 'as long as the supply was limited' to' a sec tion of tlie community, so long was tlie other section, if not getting milk equally as good, running the risk which it should j be the aim of tin: community to avoid. Copenhagen was another succes...
WESTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. The Government Wriggle Out of a Fight Corner. WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY QUESTION. PERTH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
WESTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. Tlie Government Wriggle Out of a Tight Corner. WEEKLY IIALF-110HDAY QUESTION. [' Truth's ' Special Scrvice.l ' ' ' , - PERTH, -Thursday l\ight. , The Government found itself in an awk ward position, in the Legislative Assoni bly« lasts; night, 'when Mr. Bath (Labor Leader), moved tlio^ '-adjournment of the House over the weekly half-holiday ques tion. ....? ? The DnnnnihifUi ivtntl rn n.,. eminent' into postponing or cancelling the ^proclamation giving shop-keepers tlio option of closing at. one o'clock on Satur day's or Wednesday's, their ostensible ob ject/ being to obviate .a change for the present to. that of a compulsory day. ,- Until the Amending Bill passed through Parliament, the Government could not well go back oil its proclamation, with out admitting the illegality of its issue, or .breaking faith with the shop-keepers. ..Although the Premier had promised that the question should not be a Party one, his only salvation was to make tlio Opposition mot...
QUESTION IN PARLIAMENT. MEMBER McGILLAVARY ASKS FOR THE EVIDENCE OF A CERTAIN CASE. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
QUESTION IN PARLIAMENT. MEMBER Mod LLAYARY ASKS FOR THE EVIDENCE OF A CERTAIN CASE. : - [?' Truth's ' Special Service.] '? ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. In tho House of Assembly this after noon the Treasurer,; in reply to ;a- ques tion by : Mr. ? McGillavary-r- said' that - he had, received .from Air. Gipp, S.M., a copy of the evidence in the-caso of Grundmiui, an able-bodied seaman,- who was convict ed rat Port Adelaide, on November 12, for .' continued wilful disobedience of the lawful commands ' of the master of \ the ship Port Pirie. . : The evidence showed that William Wil son,: a boatswain on the Port Pirie, had stated : — ?- ? ; ' On November 4th, there, was painting to i-o - done. AH hands t wore -doing -it. and were using wads. No ono objected to the work but the defendant, who after working 30 minutes said he .would not do any more. . lie (defendant) said, ' I want a brush.' Witness said, ' You can't have a brush ; the others are not using .brushes. ^De fendant then . said,' :...
WHAT THE KAISER SAID. The Suppressed Interview Reproduced In Two New York Papers. HOT STUFF AGAINST ENGLAND. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
WHAT THE KAISER SAID. The Suppressed Interview Reproduced In Two New York Papers. ' . HOI STUFF AGAINST ENGLAND. : [Router's Service.] .'???? LONDON, Thursday. ?' The ' New York American' and ''New York World '^publish what (hoy declare to bo. true summaries ; of - the 'interview' wlneli the German Empcioi 'giue'to .i clergyman named Union, iif-. -f| ?-» the last 'British ^Tnaval manoeuvres m the North. Sea. - The interviev was. to have -appeaied m the ' Century,' an American monthly magazine, but when tho-upioar oceuncd m Germany, by reason of , the, publication ? of. the Kaiser's - indiscreet statements' to the representative' of the ' London -Daily ?Tolegi apli, '/Count Billow instructed the Foreign Ollice to secure the suppression of the, Hales article. ? This was done, the proprietor of the 'Century ' undertook to destroy the part ok tho issue-; which contained the inter view. ? It .was understood tjiiit £10,000 had been paid as the price- of : the sup--; piession s ? Tlio ' ou...
AN INSOLVENT SOLICITOR. Charles Mortimer Muirhead Accounts Again Overhauled. FURTHER ADJOURNMENT MADE. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
AN INSOLVENT SOLICITOR. Cliarles f/Jortimer Muirliead Accounts Again Overhauled. FURTHER ADJOURNMENT MADE ['Truth's' Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. The adjourned. final hearing m -lio in solvent estate of Charles Mortimer Muir liead,' solicitor, was resumed l.us nfter 110011. . ?Mr. Poole, who appeared for the petitioning creditor (W. -J.: Robb),: con tinued 'his examination of the insolvent. In reply - to Mr.. Poole, insolvent said that certain amounts appearing in the statement of accounts in .connection' with the case were incorrect. . . ? Altogcthcrvthe statement-- was out to the extent of £1,330. If this amount: were deducted from his- receipts for the period under review : ( £18,000), .it would leave: a balance of £10,070 to ue accounted for. — 3Ir. l'oole:. 'What have ? you done with that, money ?' . - Insolvent: ' Well, I have put it in my pocket.' Insolvent went on to say that the total* ot the slims disbursed , by him was £21,018, and^his, aeeounts showed a ba...
BRIEF CABLES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
BRIEF CABLES. [ Iteutcr's -Service.! ' - : ; XiONDON.- Wednesday. - A tornado ?.yesterday destroyed a score of hamlets in Arkansas :( U:S.A'.) ; 30 per sons being killed.* The death is announced' of Mr.- Charles- Bethel, the wqll-knoWn ship-owner. The; executive ol the. -British Enmi re League - has appointed a , committee, . in eludmg/^Mr. Herbert Samuel,- M.P., Lord Blyth, -Sir John C'oekburn. Admiral: Fro-, mantle. Sir Westby .- Pcreival, . and Sir: Frederick Young.: to, -promote a London memorial td Captain Cool:. :- ????':. The Postmaster-General' (.Mr. :Buxton), speaking at 111 ford. said, that whatever, happens to the Government measures, the House of. Lords could not: dictate to the (government regarding when: it ough't to dissolve Pailiament. ' The steamer Sardinia, bound from Liv erpool to Alexandria.. wdth iOO --passen- gers on board, caught lire oil -Malta yes terday./ . Many of the passengers jumped overboard and wore drowned. These were chiefly Lavantine and Maltese. -...
BENGAL'S VENDETTA. Another Outrage—Bomb Filled With Bullets Thrown at a Train. PUBLIC PROSECUTOR'S LIFE SOUGHT. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
BENGAL'S VENDETTA. Another Outrage— Bomb Filled With Bullets Thrown at a Train. PUBLIC PROSECUTOR'S LIFE SOUGHT. - [Router's Service.] LONDON, Thursday. ^ A bomb Iilled with duin-dum bullets was thrown to-day at the Eastern Bengal tram, near Agarpara. ; ; The intention ? was, to kill :Mr.v llumoi the Publie: 'Prosecutor, --who has: conducted; the, trials which have led to the condonma-; tion and execution of, several Bengalis, on charges of sedition and murder: ? Fortunately the bomb exploded before it, 'reached the tram, and no. one was -inr jiued ? . Cliowdbury -(the: Bengali student, who recently attempted to kill Sir Andrew Fraser,::Xicutenant-Govornor of -Bengal ) was sentenced: to 10 years' ,'peiinl:servi?- tude to-day. .. A -native -constable,- who: had been: -.threatened' with : dismissal, ? yesterday murdered -Mr. Frank - (jlougli. district superintendent of- police at Jjvallpur (Punjab) and:his orderly. Router atetes that, the crime was in no way political.
"WALLABIES" IN ENGLAND. NEW SOUTH WALES TEAM EASILY DEFEAT LANCASHIRE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
'? WALLABIES' IN ENGLAND. MEW SOUTH WALES TEAM EASILY DEFEAT LANCASHIRE. -?-% ? [Router's® Service.] . ' ' J.ONDON, Thursday. The '' Wallabies ' (New South Wales Rugby- Union Team; 'at present touring England) .played a '-match 'against' Lanca shire -yesterday, and scored an easy win. . - ; In, the- first half ,:thoy quickly ? showed tlioiri: superiority, - Russell scoring a try very early: in the game. Daly- added an bthor. before- the: half-time bell sounded. ?.' Lancashire scored one try in, tho first half, and in an t'arly stage of the second half- equalised vt.ie ' visitors' score. ? ? However; towards the end' of tile game, MeNab and MeKivatt added tries. - ?; v The Aveather was plaj;cd in-heavj' rain,.: which- made tlio ball greasy' and hard 'to kick
TWO ATTEMPTS AT SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 27 November 1908
rvto AttempYs at suicide. Davit! Lyon*, tea. traveller, was found hanging, from a tree on Cronk's road. Air.,. Simcox, oi Archie's Creek, met ,-tlie unfortunate man within a. chain, or t wo of .iie spot, and, although he.njitst have committed' suicide almost immediately after wares, lie was then ap parently. in.,ehe.erfnl spirits. Deceased must- have, gone about the act in the rcost determined manner, as, according to _..e evidence, one rope broke, and lie procured another, and ..then succeeded in strangling himself.. Uri the baric of wue tree wiiere tlie deceased was found the following .was written in pencil:— 'God forgive me, and wife.'