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JOHN VANE. True Story of Bushranging. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

JOHN VANE. tee SSoiry of 'Bushranging. ? Being a truo narrative of his career — illustrativo of varied phases of coun ? try life fifty years ago— in wh io!i his experiences as bush; boy, gold seeker, cattlo stealer, and a member of tho notorious gang of bush rangers led by Ben Hall, which terrorised the countryside In tho early sixties, aro faithfully dopictcd. ? (All Rights Reserved by ' Barrier Daily' Truth;'!) Chapter. XI; HOW I JOINED BEN HALL'S GANG. —FIRST MEETING WITH GILBERT AND O'MEALLY. ' All tho events that. I havo;narrated ; woro 'small potatoes' to: what follow ed, for shortly after mj' oiico'uhtcr - with the constables mimed above, I. foil in with two of tlio ' gentlemen , ot: the road' — members of Ben; Hall's gang — aiid tho connection tlnis formed, brought trouble to not a few ]-eoplo besides my self. I wanted somo fresh horses, and hav ing learned that several might bo ob tained without much' risk or trouble in tho neighbourhood of Cowra, I went to that township. W...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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A PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

A PRESENTATION. At the meeting of the Parents' Asso ciation, held- at the North School ' last night, Mr. Polkingliornc stated that lis a result of the North School Concert, held ? reecntlv, an amount ot1 £01 T2s: had, been realised. He said: that: lie was proud of. tlio re sult, /which was , due to the ear.nest - of- . lorts of the teaehers. . All of tlie Parents' Association had recogniscd their woi'k'. He had. made, a - promise that he would present a framed photograph to the school, 011 the; condition that the Parents' Association ? would frame it. Tins tliey did; aiid lie was now going to take the opportunity of presenting it to Mr. Pin combe, to be hung in the/school. It was tho most successful school concert that had ever been held in Broken Ilill. lie hoped that the photo would .serve to briiig up many pleasant recollections in years to come. Air. . Piiicombe, in reply, thanked the Association for their presentation. He said it would serve to remind the pupils of the good eff...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

THEATRE ROYAL. . .. -Mr. Los. llayward's Empire Compaiiy again transler -to the 'Tneatrp: Royal Wr to-iiight and- to-morrow' (Sunday) night, -returning to the: Empirev Hall agapi on Monday. . .Several' new- performers are billed- to appear* this evening, conspicu ous amongst them Jjeitig the old. Barrier fnvnrili'. ! I /ul;i. Thomnson. '.I Ins- talented hulv will lntroduee ^several :new and up to-date songs.: wlueli.^auled bv the, fail pert orincr'n. personalily./shoiild soon .be come highly popular. Charles Black. a descriptive vocalist, also known to, Bro: ken 'Hill ? audiences, will inake. a rcap pcarancc.- Another new-eoiuer ,,will be Ccell Jones, said. to; be a' comedian of no. mean' order, 'the existing- members of the iCompanv will also rcontnbute new Items1 to what is described as -an- cxcep-; tionallj bright and attiatti\e pio gi amine

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UMBERUMBERKA WATER SUPPLY. MINISTER TO GIVE HIS FINAL DECISION ON MONDAY. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

UMBERUMBERKA WATER SUPPLY. MINISTER TO CIVE HIS FINAL DECISION. ON MONDAY. [' Truth's ' Special. Service.] . SYDNEY, Friday Xight; ; In- response to the further rppreseiittt: .tions of Mr. Arthur Griffith, the. Minister for Works has decided to again confer, with his ofliecrs as to the practicability of presenting the Umberuiiiberka Water Scheinc .Bill to Parliament caning the .life of this session. The Minister has promised to convey his final decision in the matter 1.0 Mr. Grillith niit later than Monday.

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LENARD'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

LENARD'S PICTURES. i:''lhc. Town-.-Hall (vill.' he occupied .to; nigbt. aud buiidav.; night ov Jlr.rLcnardls moving' picture displiw,:rfor wlucli'- it is cluinied^tluit ^the ?? subiects. are all--, cu-. tirelv 'ncwj; of air interesting, nature, and altogetner free, from rirritatiiig - 'llickeit' i^o cpmmon.. to-, similar displays. A innt mce performance will bo given' this, aftcr n oon i- at* 3:o -clock,' 'wlien children- will lie admitted for sixpence.- A complete cliange-'of jirogramine is announced -for Sunday night's -entertainment.

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£526 PER FOOT. SYDNEY PROPERTY CHANGES-HANDS FOR £10,000. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

£526 PIR FOOT. SYDNEY PROPERTY CHANCES u HANDS -FOR £10,000./ - [' Truth's' Spcei&l S«rric«.] . - fbYDXISY, Friday. Niglit.^'; A . large sale of Sydney property was * completed to-day. ? The promises at 500 - George ' Street,' opposite the Queen ? - Victoria.-' - (-Markets, have been sold . to.: E. J.: Coote1 for - tile sum of -t.10.00p. j ' This works out - at; the irate of -:je520 per foot. - ' . There is: a: frontage to the propertv of 10ft. bv a depth of, 00ft. - - ?

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THE HIPPODROME. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

THE HIPPODROME. .Tile usual rational Sunday evening will lie- held at the Hippodrome to-morrow (Sunilav) input wider the auspices .ol the' Barrier Socialist Group. A (irst class lot of 'moving pictures will he shown. Mr. Arthur Morjey and .Miss Elsie Bates will render special illustrated and other songs. Miss Alieru will reply to some critics.

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PICNIC AT STEPHENS CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

PICNIC AT STEPHENS CREEK. Relative to the combined picnic of the A.N.A. and A.M.A. Hand at Stephens Creek on Boxing Day (December 20th) a meeting of a joint committee was held on Wednesday, for the purpose of receiving a draft programme drawn up by a sub-committee. Amongst other items on I lie pro gramme will 'he- included champion sprinting events, races for married ami single ladies, boys and girls under Hi year.--, egg and spoon races. Uirce-lcgfed mid pie-it-lmcl: races, (|iiart ei-uiilc handi cap, musical chairs, slow race for bicy cles, and ladies' nail-driving contest. Ail events will he post entry, a small nomination fee being charged for all male competitors. His Honor Judgo Gibson will open tlis -District Court at 10 o'clock thin morning, and tho Quarter Sessions oil Monday. Mr. Walter Bcvan will act lis Crown Prosecutor at tlio Sessions.

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

12 Bonza Specials ; FOR Saturday and Monday 1 ' - -- . SO HOLLAND COSTUMES, to clsar at 3/11. ^ TS only CRASH SKIRTS, from 9/6 to 6/11. To go at 1/11.' 7 ' 'St CHILDREN'S V/HITE MUSLIN PINAFORES, Tuckcil and Frilled, h 11Jtl. each. ' /' All-Wool CASHMERE HOSE, 10&d. pair. ? Ladles' EMBROIDERY and LACE COLLARS. Thrown out at 2d. ' A Big Lot of English Travellers' Uamples of HOISERY and CLOVES ' ^ (Women's and Children's). We bought those cheap/ you. can havo them at hall 'j ordinary price. ' j j MEN'S CRASH TROUSERS. Well made. 1/11 pair. ' ] MEN'S LIGHT TV/EED SUITS (Coat and Trousers), 3/11 Suit. j Manufacturer's SampUs UNDERW7.AR (bought at 33 per cont. discount). Customers to have the benefit of this Bargain on Saturday. ^ ^ LINEN TABLE DAMASK, SO inches Wide, S'o\ ' ' - 1 54-inch WHITE TWILL SHEETINC, 1/ yard, now 8£d. , . A Big Stack of PRINTS and MUSLINS, 2/11 dozen. ^ r — ' ' I W. C. DA VIES, i iRQENT STREET and OXIDE STREET; and PATTON STREET, SOUTH ||J BROKEN HILL. ...

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THE B.H.P. CO.'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

THE BH.P. CO'S LETTER. 4 catculaj - Mi., W. D. Bavnett' was ^waited- upon -by,-a representative of this I ]{apei, with legard to the letter which, as Mi Delpriit had informed a 'Bamerl ; 7ni'J l 1 nth', reporter, .had been sent -to 1 $.10 ? Combined /Unions from the Bjr'Pro^ I piiuai) company ^ i't The letter is to the etlect that the Pro 1 - ' ,C°mj»n ay is willing to meet -the .Combined1,. Unions,, : for. ? the: - purpose 1 of discussing mattciM. --Mi. B.irnttt was.. asked,- '-With : regard to tlie lettei : which :Jfr. :Dclprat-. mention ed .lo .ub luid- been sent to -vou, have you anvthing to say vM . ' ' I ha\ e lecened the letter,' was the ? ? ? butam fiot-nwi. position to make an\ jScatement .in connection -with it, as is- has not been dealt with by the unions '

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

ABSOLUTE CLEARING OUT SALE Of JEWELLERY and ELECTROPLATE. The Whole of the Large Stock in the Estate of the Late TO BE SACRIFICED jyi TkJR A MMHCIM ARGENT STREET, REGARDLESS OF COST. Jvlo I V I/&I 1 1 N 1 1 Ell V lo Opposite Town Hall. C333 stli 361 ? . - ? . TRY SHELLEY'S LATEST SUMMER DRINK, | SNOWBALL . 1 j CHAMPAGNE, j Factory. Morgan St., West B 11. Ring up 'Phone 141. -c'333— ;332 Amgoorie Tea. ; A. PERFECT CUP. C333CI A, C. Cunningham PRACTICAL TAILOR. ARGENT STREET (Opposite Court House). 3IG STOCK NEWEST GOODS. STYLE AND FINISH assured ? ? toclinnts. C307.M.W.S. :31. Barrier' Cwperalsve Society, Ltd, /* _ ~ * ; The Workers' Store. TOTAL PROFITS DISTRIBUTED SINCE JANUARY. 1902, £0026 lis. 9tl. ' £3000 RETURNED TO THE POCKETS OF THE WORKERS ! £9000 WITHHELD FROM IHE MIDDLEMAN ! Have you partieipatcd'in that £9000 ? If not, why not ? You can join for the sum of Gs. 9cl. ? '.. . WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH GROCERIES, DRAPERY, BOOTS OF THE BEST QUALITY AND AT A FAIR PRICE. We...

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MR. GAMBONI INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

L MR. GAMBONI INTERVIEWED.'' . ^een thin afternoon,: bv a represcnta ivc of this paper, Mi T Gamboni said, i 1 nm ''I'll of opinion that thoie \.ill be ,n. ballot taken. as 10 whether the unioii :?mN : he willing-or.: otherwise to an m ? the, '.allu niative, -the- .question . by the Mining Managers' Assoela , 1 he -|ue.--tion 011. the ballot paper -will . -hiinplc, and.,.-Jeai, so Unit ? everyone ftViH know, exactly-the issue before him ' -.| Our representative Kazardeil a querv to -the , form. .of., the - ballot -panev. — in tho event ot such a ^te being* taken a'he querywns .whether the ballot paper he 'likely, to- read, npproxunately; 1 a- follows — ' J ?. Aie j.ou-picpared to continuo under tlic. present agreement, . provided; -r -.that' minor -details nre:settled -by the .individ ual , unions holding sub'conferences with the Mine Managers v': ' '. : ;'.M' /f.ambo'ii, hono\ei, said that he L!!?!hl not foi eoast-, the ballot paper, which, u...i -qte ue -iiiken. would. 110- doubt;...

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

'THE HOME MAKERS.' HOOPER'S, OUSE FURNISHERS, INDI^EY STREET. Have Every for Housekeeping. COUPLES ABOUT TO MARRY, AND - PARTIES FURNISHING, Should Write for a Catalogue. : CA Sn OR TERMS. CATALOGUES FREE FOR THE ASKING. First Class Testimonials have been received from Several Residents . of Broken Hill wlio have Furnished at HOOPER'S FURNISHING ARCADE, HINDLEY AND LEIGH STREETS, ADELAIDE. ci07mws

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PLUMBERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

: PLUMBERS' ' UNION. 'The. Plumbers',. Sheet-Metal Workers' and Pipefitters'. Union met , at the Trades Hall last night, Mr A Black in f'i' chair ' 1 ,Tt ,.. .v ill-uttendcd meeting, the- 1 ..principle : buoiiicss. tuscussed being the I delegates'- report- from the: Conference. In I conneUion with ihis imitlir, n long dis cussion took place; -, The .decision ar- : rived -at. will be placed before the-Coni- 1 bmwl'Unipnfv nt the meeting on Sundiy nigllt..:' ?

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AMUSEMENTS. SAVERS' ALL STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

AMUSEMENTS. SAYERS' ALL STARS. ?The popularity of Mr. Bert Savors' All Star Vaudeville Company has again been amply evidenced throughout the past week, bv the large audiences, that, i despite counter attractions and trying! weather conditions, havo Irom night to night assembled in tlie Crvstal Theatre. M.. T.«nn'nrrl XVlcnn tlio ivmillnv mmK dian, made his final bow on Tlrarsday night, after an all too short season, as did Brightie Smith, ' tho girl of the hour.' Theso two talented performers, with Clias. Navlor, who concluded lus Broken Hill season last night, open to-night at tho Continental Gardens nt the Ade laide' Exhibition Grounds. With characteristic enterprise Mr. Savers lias arranged for the appearance of tli roo artists at tho Crystal to-night, foremost, among- them being ' Little -Edna,'-' said to bo tlio champion club :inanipul;itor of tlio Commonwealth. his l'.ttlo dot, who is but five 5rears of age, manipulates Indian Clubs, and a :pair of miniature American axes, wit...

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A. S. E. UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

' , : A. S. E. UNION. -;?A... large meeting of . members of the Aimilgftinuted Society of Engineers was held nt the Tiades Ilall last night ;, f. Matters in coiinectlon with the Confer :.oiice,:jy.ere. exhaustively discussed, and delegates .were directed, as to the' wishes of the. Union , with- regard to- them ; rhese will be -iepoued at. the -meeting of 1 the: Combined Unions, to :be held on Sunday night. . r -

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Mr. DELPRAT INTERVIEWED. Conference Concerns and Union Proceedings of To-Day and To-Morrow. THE PROPOSED BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

. ' ir. DBPRAT INTERVIEWED. — * — Conference Concerns and Union Proceedings of To-Day and Morrow. THE PROPOSED BALLOT. Vosterdav mattei.s 111 connection with the Confiirencev reinnined : pi'inparat ivelv:; uneventful;,. No frcsli developnients oc- ' (.uiicd ? :Tha : Combined -Unions' delegates are 1 preserving, silence as to probable eventu-* nlities;. as -thov-:ao not-*meot; airnm till 1 Sunday evening. The Mining Managers arfc also very1' reticent, as they, are await-, nig - the reply to the 'question:, put-; last Wednesday might to.tlie .Woi-Kors': dele gates. As 'hasibeenvpublishcd previously m our columns, the question reads-; — ? ? '::Will: the - Combined Unions .-bevpre- ? pared to continue (for a term to. be- ar ranged) the ?current-.agreontvnt r under which the men are . now. working, ^and which is now registered- in- the Arbitra-: tion Court .''.This. qucrv ; will, no doubt, he- replied ; to next Wednesday night, when the;Con-: ference meets again.' ? Jiuch may happen 111 ...

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THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. Opposition Says the Labor Party Are in a Minority. THE IRON BONUS BILL. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. ? ? ? i Oppisition Says the Labor Party Are in a Minority. THE IRON BONUS BILL. ['Truth's' Special Service.] .MELBOURNE Friday Night i , lu - the House of Representatives thu^i afternoon, the debate .011 the Ministerial 1 motion, thai - tho. Government business 1 take precedence over ? t hat - of -private i members, was continued: ? ? ».- ' .-'i'-; ; l-.i .The, resolution was agreed 'to without 1 a diviMon. ? - ? Several Labor members had previously spoken: to the motion, whilst: Opposition ists spent most of the time declaring that the Labor Party .was only .in a minority in. the House, and had no righc to occupy. ?thc...Trcasury benches. . . ' ? . These Opposition '.members read quota tions nllcged to have ^leen ? made in speeches delivered :by. Labor memhera,' 111 . which -thej' A spoke - of supporting^ocial-; ism, including one. by- Poslmastcrrpeii- ? oral Thomas .- The late-Prime Minister (Mr; Deakin)' followed,: and justihcd the action- taken by the lat...

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PROCEDURE TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

PROCEDURE TO-DAY AND TO- ' MORROW. ' Each : ol the itmons. associated.: with otJicre. under the title of '.The CorubiiiUi ^'nions,'- will, - by ,- to-morrow. (^Sunday) ^eiening, lim e held a meeting and received g'e. reports .ot its. delegates: to the Coii u'.reiRL. r .The , A.M.A. .holds lts-.-meeting ? ?P.-mprrow nfternoon; at ;3 )-.ni. Later, ;ftt 7.K0: p.m., the .Combined Unions hold1 ,:.i meeting,, .at: .which the . delegates .will (..11 ry oiit, as fai . a3 Jiossible, the -wishes ; i)f the unions - they ? represent; : At -thi-^ .nicLting the question of; a refcrenduin .will: probably be ^debated and decided -upon

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MR. DELPRAT INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 28 November 1908

. MR. DELPjGAT- INTERVIEWED.' - -Upon the, arrival,*, yesterday, of Air. G.-5 D. Delprat, :at Broken Hill, ' a:-representiir tive ot- this -paper . took - an early oppor--. tunity ot interviewing him. ? The- press-; man .wus favored -with an audicnce. with-' out delays and.1, found the General Man ngcr of , the Broken Hill- Propnetnry Com. -pany-111 - his . ollicc, in ]ios»ession ot ;i;]ie: weiiMviiown . -umir. nnosveiuatious - iong stcnimcd .jnpe, ;and - of-: that ^customary 1 smile r which. SO:- completely '.covers-T-not :ii | inultitude/oi ' sins, - but a :imiiti tude- ot | 1nc1it.il opciations \ ' When Mr. Delprat' inquired the; rcasoii | of the interview, : our .reporter -unformed1 -i him :that lie: had: not-.'conie with the^ 111- ; tention . of- putting a,long list of- qucs- 1 tions; to which . lie. i^new he : could get. 110^1 definite leplv. . . ' ^?.i 1- thought - when - y-vu came- in- thap?L: ivould get n lnrge nmount of liews.^ TYour. paper published so: much every. dny,' ...

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