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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

tS. J. Ough. Shop at No. So, Argent Street.' Ai GROCER AND IRONMONGER. DAI11Y. rRODUCE A' SPECIALITY. Tel. 105. Orders Delivered to any part of the Town. C307MWF-.33 1^1 Oil lNl'OUMATlON apply tx; C. STANLEY BURGESS, Licen sed Patent Attorney (1892)., 89 King William Street, Adelaide. 'Pamphlets Free on application. ? c307mwf :31. J. GOFFAGE, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, ARGENT STREET. FIRE INSURANCE AND GENERAL COMMISSION ACENT. ( Telephoned ^^

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROCKCHOPPERS IMPRISONED. Labor Council Protests Against Brutal Sentences. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

ROCKCHOPPERS IMPRISONED. labor Council Protests Against Brutal Sentences. . (' Barrier Daily/frutli' Service.) . SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. ~ The Industrial Court was full this morning when TIios. Garraway, Pres' ident of tlie Itoekchoppers' Union, plead ed not guilty guilty to aiding and' in stigating it strike. He was fined '£40 or two months. William Eadic was fined .CUO or six weeks. Thomas Sladc ?was lined £30 or six weeks. A mooting of the Rockchoppers1 Union iv;i9 held at (lie Trades Hall to-night. Mr. J. W alsn, me new president, oecu pied the chair. The Executive of the Hockehoppera waited on the Sydney: Labor Council. After conferring for an hour and half, Mr. CJravell, secretary of the Union, announced that no decision li.id been arrived at. , The Union and Labor Council were at one with regard to the fact that no honorable settlement could be arrived at till the men were released from gaol. On minor matters they ihftcicd but hoped tli.it flnulitj will lie secured at a meetin...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

5. A. Brewing Co., LIMITED. BREWERS and WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANTS. Draught and Bottled Ale and Stout, Vinos and Spirits.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIEF CABLES. BARMAIDS TO CONTINUE IN ENGLAND' LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

' BRIEF CABLES. BARMAIDS TO CONTINUE IN ENGLAND' (Renter's Service,) LONDON. -Tuesdn v:;:--. ; Despite the disssatisfr.ction of ? the Temperance advocates and .Labor mem bers, Mr. Asquith has abandoned the at tempt to. prohibit the employment' of barmaids in England, as they 'arej pro hibited in Glasgow. ?'..??-'.'..;

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

HOTELS. RISING SUN HOTEL, HAILWAY TOWN. SAM DREW is dispensing GOOD' BEER and BEST LIQUOR. S. Silver Age Hotel. ARGENT STREET BEST LIQUORS ALWAYS TO BE HAD. Beer Pipes .Cleaned every morning. Customers may bo assuied that they will alwajs got a Clean Glass, Good Liquor, and Civility. e3O7 33 ' LIST, YE BARRIERITES. ? DAN CAREi now x-rosides over £he destinies (and liquors) of the, far known ALLANDALE HOrEri, Much is suffi cient guarantee that the* popular house.' will maintain its wide and unquestion able, reputation foi excellence of man agement and liquois THE LEADING HOTEL IN* 'WEST BROKEN HILL' 'Phono '??261. c307in\\ s335. milEATRE ltOYAli HOTEL. S.A. BREWING COMPANY'S SPARK LING ale' ami * JACKA BROS' Celebrated MELROSE BEER ' ON TAP. JACK HARRIS, \ PROPRIETOR. Criterion Hotel, Corner Argent and Bromide Streets toivTrebd (Late of the 1) 11 Piopuetaiy) has taken o\oi the abo\c Hotel, .md shall lie pleased to welcome Old Pi lends and New alike THE BEST OF LIQUORS. SPLFND1D \ ACC...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

LEAGUE OF WflKlMLN ELECTIONS. The annral election of olliceis --f 'Jic Barrier branch of the League of Wheel iieii was held at -Biggs' Comereial Ilof.'l 'ast night, tho president (Air. Tliomns) being in the chair. There was a fairly representative attendance. Mr. Hunter was elected president, and then took the ?hair. The other election of officers re Vice-president, Mr. Allen; treasurer, .Mr. R. Dennis (unopposed): auditors. Messrs. 5. Knight and 12. A. 'May; handieappor, Mr. 0. II. Ilulbeil; referee, Mr. J. Ton cin; btewaids, M'cssrR.'Dcnnis and Pound; judges, Jtessrs. If.1 M^ny and D. W. i'l'j'n :ng; master of liack, Mr. K. Grimm; ?acing committee, Messrs., Knight, Buch anan,* and MuLood; -non-racing commit tee, Mesjjis. Coates, Pound, and 13. A. May ; timekeeper. Mr. N. L'. Coalcsr Business lelative to advertising in ?Barrier Daily 'Truth' was brought for ward and caniod unai.imously. The general business of the meeting having 'laving been 'transacted, musical items were rendeicd...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPORTING WORLD. THE MELBOURNE CUP. TULKEROO—"TRUTH'S" TIP—ONLY BEATEN BY A SHORT HEAD. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

THE SPORTING WORLD. .. THE MELBOURNE CUP. TULKEROO— 'TRUTH'S' TIP ONLY BEATEN BY A SHORT HEAD. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service] - ; MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. Tho V.R.C. Knees were held to-day, in hot, dusty weather. To every press man who saw the finish of the '? JIcl bourne Cup from the top of tho stand, Tulkcroo opneared to win by more than a good head. It was a great race, in which Dyed Garments played little part, as he full in the first furlong. His rider was not injured. Jack Smith made the pace for a mile and a half, then Lady Wilde conducted the Held into . tho straignt. It then looked like a battlo between her ? and Mooltan. x ' ?: - Lord Nolan pulled up lame. His oft ?fore, fetlock was hurt. . He will not start again at .the' .meeting. At (hi Stewards' invitation, J. Mayo (owner of Lord Nolan), attended tho enclosure, where Lord Dudley presented him with a trophy.; ?''??\ :??:;-??,.. / .?.-?'; ' Jlr. JXayo, who .was nerybus and ox cited, said-lluit liewns doliglited' at tht...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"BARRIER DAILY TRUTH" PREMISES. Opening the Building and Inspecting the Machinery and Offices. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

''BARRIER DAILY- HHITII' PREffiS/ Opening the Building and Inspecting Hie Machinery and Offices. ' At tho invitation of the manage ment c-ommitloo ol 'Ban ior Da'l liuUi,' about 100 business people ami m!T I™1,110'' «/. ««oko« liai aswrn -- , V, I h° bmld''^ in Blcl'l« Street on l.n day morning fast. Tho invita ^ ,,:°^,'lslIc.!.'it'11. JIw M«i of at ^n^fin^ee^XZo^efCf , Vho offices and rooms ucro not quilo complete, but uoro sufficiently fcmi-arc to givo a good goneial idea oi tho »xtoi».roiios8 ;-rf -tho buildings, to quality of tho maoliinow \-n i». 'i.:Ji Banior Daily Tuith ' will Lo turn ed out m its th.ouf.ands every morning, feumo idea was also, convoyed to thoto present of tho general bustle and .pro rfrcssivoiioss poi-vnding tlie, atwosp/iero in which an up-to-dato nionnnn dailv newspaper is printed.' Tho. ehamuan oi tho niaiiaconient committeo (Air.- K. Hunitt;, wHii tho utaior nicmboia ot tho committee ana wio managing-editor (Mr. UiJl A. Jones), showed tho visitors around...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

AUCTION SALES. TO-MORROW. At 11 o'Clock. On tho Premises, Newton Street, be tween Gypsum and Bismuth Street. Railn-ay Town. HOUSHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Under Instructions from tho Owner, who is leaving the Barrier A. E. CAMERON Will sell. by Auction B. and K. Bedstoati; Spring and Bed ding, Child's Cot, Stretcher, Sofa, 'Double Safe (good), 8-Day Clock, A.B. .-.Chairs, Tabloo, Pictures, Tubs,: Crockery and Glassware, and all Cocking Utensil.;, Saucc '??' pans, Go-cart, E. Phonograph, and 20 Records, Saddle and Bridle, Tools, and a host of Sundries. A. E. CAMERON, AUCTIONEER. 308. ? ?ySlWj:SSJNOTICESL_ ? J. LAMB, ARGENT STREET, NORTH.. Telephone 399. ;?.-. O:N- SALE' : Wood, 'Water, Chaff, Brahy. Coal,; Coke, Charcoal, Lime, Line;Posts, and Props. , . ;,. . ; y A . c308ths:120. ^tjublic notice/: :. ;?;? ?„. ;'' ? ? .;.-— TtoBARRIER PROPERTY EX CHANGE and R. S. -GREGORY ? wish to notify the Public that any PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between, them ' is DISSOLVED from 'this date,...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DO YOD USE AUSTRAL PIA[?]OS? Big Factory for Making Wertheims Has Just Begun. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

DO YOU USE AUSTRAL PIAROS? big factory for Making Wetfiieins lias Just Begun. It is a good rule for Australians— to buy Austialiau-madc goods. Theio is no oi.cus.e for buying loreign pianos ; indeed, Victona ought ne^t year to be able to stait e\poitmg, and meeting Gorman and Britisii. makers, in their own markets. Mi. DcaUin, the Piime Miu lstcr, blessed the new factory which is to maicc tins possible — tlie great build ing v/hose foundation-stone has* just been laid in' Richmond, Melbourne. TUeie will bn 50,000 square feet of flooi tpace. lilmployees comforts are to be considered by tho piovieion of a smok ing pavilion and commodious luncheon looms. 'Lavatoiies and sanitai3' build uwrs win be constructed iinon the* most appioved lines. The various aepait nicnls will be wanned by hot air pipeo. Mr. Weitheim, the creator of this en teipiise, desiics not only to make Aus tialinn pianos from- Australian maleiial, but by Austialian woikmpii luulor Aus tralian conditions. He will beabio...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. THE HOUSE NOT HALF FULL AND LITTLE BUSINESS TRANSACTED. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

THE FEDERAl PARLIAMENT. THE HOUSE NOT HALF FULL AND LITTLE BUSINESS TRANSACTED. ['Barrier Uuily Truth' Service.] MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. There were 30 members present when the House of Representatives met at three o'clock this afternoon. The bulk of the sitting was devoted to the discussion of the Budget. Sir William Lyne (Treasurer), reply ing to criticisms, spoke, pointing out the expanding necessities of the Com monwealth. This expansion could onlr mean that btntes could not rely on re ceiving more than thtir threo-fourth of the Customs' revenue. Mr. Chapman is still away in ill health. Two months leave of absence were granted him to-day. The Prime Minister (Mr. A. Deakin), intimated in connection with the unful filled Laing Mail Service, that the Fed eral Government had recovered £17,500, and the payment of all costs, as dam ages for the failure of the Syndicate to carry out the contract.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

CHILDREN'S COLUMN. Tho Children's Column will como out in tho Satuidsiy's isoiie 'Beit lloo' would liko to hoar from all his' young li lends who h.i\t- boon oonti lbiuuig to tho column in tho weekly, and invites all tho young pcoplo to writo to him for tho column. Letters to bo sent to 'Truth' oflico not later than Wednesday. Station Sorgoant: 'Aro you niar ripclj'' Prisoner: 'No, sir. Officer: 'Jiegyin' your pardon, sargo, he's u'ning. When wo searched him wo found in his pockets a clipper recipo for curing croup, a sample of bilk, an' two unposted letters in a woman's hnndn'ritiu' a week old.'

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOP ASSISTANTS: UNITE. What Melbourne is Doing. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

SHOP ASSISTANTS : UNIlt What (vieflbourne is Doing. Ihi! Shop Aasijlauts' Union oi Vic toua is pioving itaelt pobavsiiud of manv of the esuciilniM of bwcl^, despite tiio apathy of the dountiodden, bluck-eoatud counter- jumpiii's After Lbout u jci'h i\oik m Mel jouiue theie aie now lieaily COO mem bei-rf in the Shop AidiHtuntti'' Union, nnd new membcis keep on unjolljng The unda are getting u.sy, and tho execu tive U dchbeiating about the lormntion of- some Boi t of club Jife fo- the bettei Intel change ot idi'iis among members. As in mobc organisations, tho difheulU bo fur; has been mainly Unit members mule. willing to join and nav thmr mill. ecnptions, aie not willing to detotc heir evening') (o nihanemj.' tiio union's ntorcsts. They no not attend the meet ings in such numbers ,as should be ex pected, and the natuial itsult is that tho whole of the woik of ananging and suggesting fallb upon a few. Apathy in ceitiiinly very hard to grapple with, 'but to, seek.' to gain the attendanc...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO RAILWAY TO BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

NO RAILWAY TO BROKEN HILL. Tiio 'Barrier Daily Truth's' Sydney^ correspondent whed last night that Mr.' Arthur Griffith, M.L.A., asked in Parliament yestoiday uhetlior ib was tho intention of tho Government to proposo railway extension to' Broken Hill. The Minister for Works replied that tho Government had no such in tention .

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CITY COUNCIL PROTESTS. Mayor's Telegram to Premier Approved—Another to Go To-Day. WADE MEANS TO FORCE HIS DISPUTES ACT DOWN OUR THROATS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

THE CITY COUNCIL PROTESTS. Mayor's Telegram to Premier Ap proved—Another to Go To-Day. WADE MEANS TO FORCE HIS DIS PUTES ACT DOV/|- OUR THROATS. The police crisis was tho chief item on the agenda paper at the meeting of the Broken. Hill Council last night. The Mayor had the following on his list : — — ' I beg io call your attention to the rumor current ,tiiat the police have ?Ifcn despatched* to Broken Hill, pre sumably for the purpose of quelling any disturbance resulting from a possible strike, hi mv nnininn miv inflnv nf nil ditional police at the present juncture will have tho pfl'ect of aggravating, rather than pacifying, spirited individ uals. There is no doubt that the pre vailing opinion is that there will be no trouble here if men are not driven to desperation, which contingency is not likely to happen if residents are allowed to transact their own business without threats. Conversations I have had with residents of nearly all tdiades of thought confirm my . opinion that an...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE IN CRYSTAL STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

FIRE IN CRYSTAL STREET. At midnight last ni^'lit the fire bri; gsulo was called out to a building that was on fire in Cijstal Stieet, off Oxide Street. The ilanics had a good' hold when tho brigade l cached tho bpot. Tho house — a five-i coined stiuctuie — and nothin'; of avail could bb done; ,,Tho place was gutted. A man named Kiulill' was in occupation of the house, and tho superintendent of tljo brigado was unable lasb night to asceitain whether the damage is covered by in surance.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUB-INSPECTOR SAWTELL [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

Sl'B.tNSPECTOR .SftWTELL _, Mr. Saw tell called on ' Barrier Daily Tiuth' oflice ycstoiday afternoon, and took exception to our saying that he had * received a 'tip' that the police wcie coming. What^ho oid say was that he'^had received a 'hint.'' Theie is little or no difference in the sense of the words. We will say fur ther now, that it is our opinion that Mr. Rawlcll knows moie about the mat tor than bo thinks it wise to disclosr. In fact our lespocted Sub-Inspector is a model of reticence, and raicly makes mistakes. What we would like Mr. Sawtell to. answer is— '? Did he commun icate! with the Government re -the neces sity of '.additional police or not? SHOP ASSISTANTS. At its monthly general meeting, held 'ast night, the Broken Hill blanch of the Shop Assistants' Union unanimously carried -a, resolution protesting against thh'ncuon of the Government in sending additional police to Broken Hill. En dowment was given lit) the Mayor's tclegiain of protest.1 WOMAN'S -LEAGUE. Mr*. M...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Engineer's Certificate. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

Engineer's Certificate. The ninety-siuii engineeis' ceitifiealc under the lOOti Local (SoveinmenG- Act has been issued to Mr. W. U. II. Nie linlls, head draughtsman at the Bioken Hill Proprietary lline This is^ the iirst certificate to tome to Jiiokcn Hill. 'Tom, you ask mo to bo your uifo — to give you my- heart, my all. Think well of what you say, and then toll wo if you will- grant mo ono small fa vor.' 'Anything you- ask, my lovo.' ''i'lion promise mo that you will novor smoke another cijj;ar as long as you live.' 'I promise, dear.' 'And doesn't it cost you a pang?' 'Not a pang. I'd rather smoko a-i)ipe.'

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

BUSINESSS NOTICES. R. T. EDWARDS, BTJTCHEB, CHAPPLE-STRBET, CONVENT HILL. ONLY PIUMEST MEAT SUPPLIED. Cleanliness and Civility Guaranteed. Ring up 228. ONE TRIAL WILL CONVINCE. c307mws:120. GOOD LUCK TO 'BAltlUER DAILY TRUTH.' From CHARLIE ICE CREAM, rho leadiiig-nnd favorite children's 'pur- veyor. Noted for the purity of his goods and his civility. Keep your children happy, healthy, and smiling, with rosy cheeks during tho summer heat by feeding them on CHARLIE'S ICE CREAM, -x ' CHARLIE ICE CREAM (D. C. l'*'T5LL). ? *? ? Z307-P-12. FOR SALE— TO LETT ? TO~ LET for' term] at reasonable, rents, to approved tenants. ' THREE Good Six-romed Houses, Central and North, front and back verandahs, bathrooms; gas and water laid on. ... Also, o Rooms, South Broken Hill, 10/. 3 Rooms, Central, 7/6, water in cluded, enclosed yards. E. S. PEART, WENDT'S CHAMBERS, ARGENT STREET. z309. TO LET 2 Roomed House. Apply, S. DRYEN, Hailw^W^; LOST. OST, Irish Field Spaniel PUP. 7-indor rewarded. Mrs. Dyqt/...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 4 November 1908

MR. ROBERT A. FIRTH, SURGEON DENTIST. MUMMY'S HUILDINGS, Upstairs, next to Sykus, Photographer, l'iiiiik-s.s Extractions. Gold Fillings and Crown and Bridge Work. Guaranteed work at lowest possible fees. ?.

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