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CHAMPIONS AT TENNIS. AMERICA LEADS BY ONE SET TWO GAMES ON THE FIRST MATCH. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

CHAMPIONS AT TENNIS. AMERICA LEADS BY ONE SET TWO GAMES ON THE FIRST MATCH. [-?Truth's' Special Service.] : MELBOURNE. Friday Night. J Tlierc was an enormous crowd at the Association Grounds,' St; Kilda Itoad, -to- day, when tlie- first: match ill- connection with the Davis Cup World's Champion ship took place Thorconipetitors. were Norman Brooks and 'A.'F.: Wilding (Australia) and Alexv nndcr and Beals Wright (Anierica).: :; . : - . Brooks met Alexander and' was :in- mag-: nihccnt form, showing: splendid play. He completely out-classed his opponent, and won by three, set3 30 games to two1 sets 25 games. . - ? .- ' .Wilding w.is opposed; to Wright, hut seemed to go all to pieces after playing tinr first few games, lie secured? one set 15 games,- to Wright's five, sets 47 games. -America are thus leading in the: first, stage ot the Cup, by one set and- two games — the full scores being : America, 5 sets 47 games ; Australia, 'I sets 45 games.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND COLLIERY TROUBLE. BRISBANE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

QUEENSLAND COLLIERY TROUBLE. I [' Truth's '.' Special Scrvicc.] BlilSBANE, Friday Night. Trouble lias occurred in the Bliiuk shcatli Colliery, in the Ipswich district''. .'For some time past, ]{. W. Black, the owner of the colliery, has beeii ' having the . work clone by day laboi'. 'at union rates of pay. : _ . The lnc.n.now (leniund that tne work shall in future, be 'done under. ' what . is known as; the carding system. : ';Mr.' -, Black,-- .-'hpiivevorj,. lias' resisted :'tiie' demands. : ; He will-; meet the;meii to-morrow,- aiid if .tbey refuse ti) .accept his. terms,' the iiiine will lie. closed dow'n.' ^ : The. mine is the largest and most im portant in the district, niul employs over 200.nieii. ' . If /it closes .down, it ; will bp a -serious blow to the district. .. '?

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARLY SATURDAY CLOSING. PERTH PROPERTY OWNERS FORM A DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. PERTH, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

'EARLY SATURDAY CLOSING; ? — ? ? ? PERTH PROPERTY OWNERS FORM A DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. ['Truth's-' Special Service.]: : PERTH, Fudaj Night.. :Tlns morning some of : the property owners of Perth ? met and subscribed lu lids: .towards the formation of a Pro perty, Owners'-Defence: Association.: .?:A 'mecting-of^tho3o'intcrestcd is -to be .called- shortly. One of the principle objccts of the As sociatioii is to resist the shop assistants, 111 regard to early closing 011 Saturday.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND RAILWAY EXTENSION. BRISBANE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

QUEENSLAND ..RAILWAY; EXTENSION. ' ['Truth's' Special Service.] :- .BRISBANE, Friday Night. -v ucpuiati^n, consisting ot mcinbers of the Asse'iiibly, and others, waited on tlie Premier, to-diiy. in order to urge the early coiistiuctioii of the railway irom Cler mont to Blair Atliol. ; Mivkulslon, in rcpl v. stated that ow ing, to the somewhat' peculiar inmistrial condition prevailing ill the Statc, as much of the Governiuent work- na ...'? untaihl,. should be earned out early ill the year, when other work was scarce. The Blair Atliol line would he -started next Jummvv. . . He hoped that- a start would be made in '.lamia ry.tii build all the lines passed last veur. . . . : -..Mr. Philp asked that the line be car ried through to Oloneiirrv. and Mr Kid ston said that lie would build one section fust, and consider the extension - some other itime. v

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOCKING DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. Husband Kills His Wife and Then Shoots Himself. DOMESTIC UNHAPPINESS. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

SHOCKING DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. Husband Hills His Wife and Then Shoots Himself. DOMESTIC UNHAPPiNESS. [' Truth's ' Spccial Service.] &YDNEY, rrid.iy Night A shocking, domestic tragedy was .en acted -at . Paddmgtoii toringht, when a man named- William Samuel Mather, shot lus -wife dead, and. then committed suicide. ( . ? From what can be heard,- it sccins:tliat JIather -had a quarrel ,-with lus wife, and uuuuicuuu iu »iiuuu iiui «t;iu i viu itiuiacix. She became afraid, and tried to: get out of the house, -whereupon- Mather produced a revolver. - .-... The wife ran into -the tiack., bedroom, screaming, lie followed, and. shot her 111 -the, head; : - 1 ? Shortly after another shot .was heard. Constable Hawkins was sent: for, and, on arrival, found the woman lying 'on the floor, dead. The man was still breathing, and was quickly-removed. to the hospital,- but uied a few minutes nftcr admission. - It appears that -the couple had been married only eleven months, .nnd they had a young ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIKADO AND SVEN HEDIN. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

. MIKADO AND SVEN HEDIN. [Reuters Service.]- ' ; ? : LONDON. 1 nday. -_ c, -The Mikado has, received: ?? 111 ' audience Sven Iledin, -the celebrated explorer, and holdei of the Royal Geographical Socictv and Universities' gofd'medal ' '

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXODUS FROM BOSNIA. PANIC AT VIENNA AND RESENTMENT AT CONSTANTINOPLE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

EXODUS FROM BOSNIA. PANIC. AT VIENNA AND RESENT MENT AT CONSTANTINOPLE. | Renter's Service.] LONUON, Friday. | In Bosnia and Ilerzgovina Austrian re pression .is causing the exodus of small parties of Moslems, and this has given rise to both alarm and resentment at Constantinople. The rumor that Servian armed bands were entering Bosnia created a semi-panic 011 the ,-tock Ex changes in Vienna and Pestli, until the news was officially contradicted by Bar on Achrcnthal. The Times publishes advices from Belgrade, stating that at St. Petersburg it is thought that there is less prospect of . a conference 01 the Powers 111 the near future. The ''Vossieh /eitung' (Berlin) ac cuses Great Britain of prompting Aus tria to boycott Austrian goods, and Warns the loung Turkish partv to be ware of English lnlluence lest it causes tne ruin of their country.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR BY BOMB IN BENGAL. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

WAR BY BOMB IN -BENGAL. [Piculei's Seivice] LONDON, Fridav. .. Anothci bom]) outrage is-.. -.reported- - -This time from BanaKpur 111 Bengal: ? A-bomb w as-thrown at a- train1 crowd cd- w ith .-Europeans, as, it was' entcrin' the station. ? ' 0 NO damage was done

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. | . ' tA CardJ ! A . PRICE, ? Dentist. 1 - - 321 Argent Street. ? 1 ? V Telephone 372. ????'? C31P.T.II.S..-132. J. GOFFAGE, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, ARGENT STREET. FIRE INSURANCE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Telephone 362. ? ? ? c3Q7 :«06. RADESTOCK'S special list of sum mer drinks, Lemonade, and Claret, Pineapple, Pomoroy, Lemon Cham pagne, Fruit Squash, Aerated Ginger Beer, Iced Coffee, Niagara Cream Soda. &c., «fec., c333ivs :50

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PERTH CUP. PERTH, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

THE PERTH CUP. ,. [.. Tiuth s (special Service.] PERTH, Friday Night liopliccj wa=, to din, backed solidly from 'the: riglitv: quarter, for: -the Perth Cup, sc\ eial thousands -being secured. : . Others sii])portcd already -aie Dangar: \ aliere, Gaelic, Uaerami- - . . The, Cup hoi scs, .-Brewer, Five - Crown, and. A/urine, have arrived sntelv.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "SARDINIA" FIRE. Duke of Connaught Defrays Cost of Burial of Pilgrims. OUTBREAK A MYSTERY. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

IE 'SARDINIA' FIRE. Duke of Connaught Defrays Cost of Burial of Pilgrims. 'outbreak a mystery. (Renter's Sernc«.) LONDON, Friday; . Tho. - Ellcrman-Papayamii steamer, which burst into flamcs- immediately. on, leaving , ..the.: ... . harbour i yesterday ? on'.' her voyage - . from Malta wall- pilgrims for Mecca, was laden v .with machinery, -'.-Manchester-. line cotton; goods, 'and a. general cargo.-.. What caused the outbreak is acom plete mystery, and an examination , of' the jIiuIk olhircd no clue. ? The. Duke of Connaught, Commander ln-Ohicf of the British :flcets in the Med- - iterranean, offered to defray.::the whole cost;: ox - giving proper burial to the- pil grims .whose bodies have been -recovered or-.who-diea 111 hospital. One : ot the survivors, an Arab Sheikh; has: expressed the heamclt gratitude of. tne Moslems to his Roynl Highness for Uns nct of kindly consideration.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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LIGHTHOUSE-KEEPERS INJURED. Signalling for Help for Three Days Before Successful. BOTH MEN IN THE HOSPITAL. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

LIGHTHOUSE-KEEPERS INJURED. Signalling for Help for Three Days Before Successful. BOTH MEN IN THE HOSPITAL. [' Truth's ' Special 1 Service.] ADELAIDE,. Friday. Night.. ? .... A. telegram received- from . Port' Lin coln ..states that itlic steamer Australian called there., at midnight on Thursday bringing .two of., tho injured men from the Althorp'es lighthouse station. While passing Althorpes. distress sig nals w ere ouserved by. those 011- board the steamer, nnd a boat: was landed. - Jt was loimd, upon ' enquiry, that a sei ions, accident had happened to keepers Woblmg and llandell; ? i i . Medical aid was urgently required. It .:appeiii3 ? that , 011 Tuesday morn-, liigj, Webhng, wliilo out shooting, -stum- bled, and caused a rifle to accidentally dischaige - The bullet entered lus left breast. . Help did not arrive until about- three hours later, ami iveblinsr -was then car- . ..ned, with great difiiculty, over the cliffs to the- lighthouse. ' ? ? . . '1 he, accident to head-keep...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIEF CABLES. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

BRIEF CA.BL,KS. - [Router's Service;] ... LONDON, Friday rrotessor.' Laurent, 01. ? the Brussels University, -claims-to have cured '07. can-, cor cases, by lus. method of injecting coiir: centrated formaldehyde. . - :???' - t. The Colonial -Institute will . tender \ a* banquet to Lord Northcote: (Governor Goneralv of Australia) ^011 January 19. Earl Crewe .(Secretary for the Colonies) will, preside. Austria: threatens towithdiu-w its Am bassador (the Marquis Pallavicini) unless Turkey^ stops1, boycotting Austrian goods. ???:. Owing, to the -alleged- defalcations, of : Charles Chcston, a London solicitor,. Lord Amherst -will- lose a . quarter of a'-million sterling, paitlj' tiust monej ,-.v Mischa- l!ilinnn v( the:. ' wonderful : boy 1 musician), was accorded ;a-, great farewell concert in the Queen's- Hal I, London, prior 1 to : his -departure, for Australia, via Alii- 1 enca. '' I - Madame Curie has been appointed: Pro fessorrPhysics at the.-Uinversity, ot Pans. In the case ot .Qui...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP'S OFFICER DROWNED. SWEPT OVERBOARD WHILE A CYCLONE WAS RAGING. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

? SHIP'S OFFICES BKOWNID. SWEP,T OVERBOARD WHILE A I CYCLONE V/AS RACINC. f I : [' Truth's ' Special B»rvi«.] ADELAIDE, Fiidaj Night The .steamer York, which to-day ar rived- at Port Adelaide, from New Vonc, reports that soon after leaving America, the - second oflicer, Eric Bayley, was. swept overboard, during a cyclone, and drowned.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. BICYCLES. g-TARTLING REDUCTIONS. ?: ? '? COLUMBIA CYCLES .'. , £10 10 0 HARTFORI) CYCLES .. ? 9.10 0 CROWN SI'LG'IAL, BS A PARTS 10 10 0 CROWN 13 S A PAT TiC»N 1'ARI'S 7 10 0 SECOND-HAND BI GYCLLS from 2 2 0 Wo nro soiling at rnducod- piices for ONE MON'l.ll tor cash only. ? Como along, pay c.ish, and save money. Wo nlso stock Edison- Phonographs and Records. CA LIj AND INSPECT AT Columbia Cycle Bepot, ARGENT STREET, SOUTH, Nost Sandland. 1 c308tfis866. I P. I McINIYRE, DENTIST. T elephone 37. 300 Argent St. C307: 3061 IIS. JOHN WATERS, Auctioneer. House Remover, Champion Cliimnoy Builder, Oven and Stove Setter, Furni turo Remover, Buggies on Iliro, 2s. 6d. per Day, Horses and Trolly at Is. Gd. per Hour, Mart Sale MONDAY or TUESDAY, governed by hoisted flag and boll ringing. BrieU, Lime, and Ce | ment always on band.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CRISIS ON THE LODE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

THE CRISIS ON THE LODE. The withdrawal of tho Broken Hill Proprietary Company- from tho Barrier Alines Association was unexpected by tho other companies, says the 'Aus- tralasian's' Alining, Editor. An ,'im prossion exists that it was an exceed ingly astute 'movo on tho part of tho boai d.1 Tliej will be .. ab!o to -sit back antt soo wliat tile other companies ar raiigo with: tho men,' and base their courso ot action accordingly. In com ing to such a conclusion as appears to have been dono by s.01110, the mistrust of . tho Proprietary Company which comes to tlio surface in aiiy outsido dis cussion of Brokon Iiili tiftairs, perhaps plays a part. If the real. ' truth-couid bo got at, it would probably ;b6 found iliat tlio Proprietary Company; .-having for. -so- lniinv years been accustomed to ?hapo its own policy- with referenco to others, does not accept outside sugges tions kindly. . The , oft-repeated, stato- ment that 'the Proprietary Aline : is , a dying giant must ha.Ve reached ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

in i± ? ?o VARIETY OF OUR STOCK, THE BEER, draught or bottP.' AV manufactured by Urn S. A. Brswiimgj Co. in Brokoti Hill is not to l-e excelled in any other part of tho Common wealth, BO SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

i§. A. Brewing Co., LIMITED. BREWERS and WINE nnd SPIRIT MERCHANTS. Draught nnd Bottled Ale nnd Stout, Wines nnd Spirits.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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LORDS AND LICENSES. EARL ROSEBERY WARNS THE PEERS TO TACKLE TEMPERANCE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

LORDS AND LICENSES. EARL ROSEBERY WARNS THE PEERS TO TACKLE TEM PERANCE. ' ' | Router's Service.] . ? ,-: LONDON, Friday. ? ; The House of Lords is to-day consider ing the Licensing Bill. .. . i ?? ? ???:? -_? ..The Archbishop^ of; Canterbury ? . niul Lord Salisbury - supported Lord A. Albyn's suggestion thai, a new Bill should be tabled 011 less confiscatory lines. *? ? Lord Rosebcry -egged both parties 111 the House .0 co-operate in solving this question of reducing drunkenness nnd promoting temperance. He warned the peers that a stone-wall pol.cv would cause grave unrest 111 the country, and probably lead to another agitation for the abolition of the Second Chamber. Speaking at Applebv to-dav Mr. Lief Jones advised the Government to make tue financial portions of the Licensing Bill part of the Budget, .so that the Lords wouhi have 110 power to reject them, and to send up the other sections of tne measure to the peers for reconsid eration.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. RUNCIMAN'S BILL. English Politicians Shake Off Party Discipline to Support It AS A TEMPORARY COMPROMISE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

MR. RUNCiFilAN'S BILL English Politicians Shake Off Party Disciplifie to Support It . AS A TEMPORARY COMPROMISE. [Router's Service.] ? 'LONDON,' Fritlny.L Mr. Rnneiniun's Bill for amending tho Education Acts -was : rend; a second time yesterday ? in tlie IlouSe of .Com-: inons by o2~ to 1ST votes; t:. :.-? ; On both' sides ? of the -House members were tacitly emancipated from party discipline, niul voted according ;to ^then personal inclinations.' The spcecnes made contained n con stant stream of criticism or halthearted commendation. - ?.-.:? ?? -. Mr. Hal four, early in the 'debate, -em- phasised his opinion that nobody . could : regard this compromise as a filial- settle-- ment, and that nobody was prepared to defend its merits. Ho ? foresaw tliat.i there must be strife in lis applica tion. Mr. Asquith (Prune . Minister) ..., pro- i miscd to accept amendments in Commit- i tee, and to meet any concessions offered: by the Church party by equal concessions i on his own put The 'Time...

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