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APPRECIATION OF COMRADES. WELCOMES AND FAREWELLS. PRESENTATION TO MR. R. S. ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
1 APPRECIATION OF COMRADES. WELCOMES AND FAREWELLS — PRESENTATION TO MR. R. S. ROSS. . About GO members and friends of ?liho Barrier Socialist Gioup assembled at a social at tho Trades Hall on Tues day niglifc, with Air. 14. S. ltoss in tlio .ci'iair. ' 'J'ho function was a farewell to Sirs. citWiuovo, who is leaving lor Jiuiopo, 'fihd'to Mr. It. S. ltoss, who shorwy foavos for Melbourne. Also to cxtonu a- woloomo to M.r. Frauk Hyett and Aliss Alicin. Tho proceedings oponed with a So cialist song, artcr wliicli Mr. C. Feld iiaubcn pioposcd the toast of ''Tho So einl involution.' Mr. C. Diuhmbl responded. 'Our departing guests' vi'os proposed by Air. A. -lv. Wallace, Group secretaiy, and lesponded to by Mis.' Itosanovc and Mr. Hoss. Other toasls honored were: — 'Tlio Socialist Sunday School,' proposed by Mr. V. Cogan, and responded to by Mrs. No lan; ''Our visitors,'' by Mr. H. M. CJray, and icplicd to by Mr. ' l''rajilc llyctt, and 'The Viess.' J'lnoughoijt tho craning' songa and cl...
MR. GRIFFITH CONGRATULATED. ON RESIGNING; MR. M'GOWEN AND MR. NEILSEN WILL ACT FOR HIM TILL HE IS RE-ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
MR. GRIFFITH CONGRATULATED.] ON RESICNINC ; MR. M'COWEN AND MR. NEILSEN WILL ACT FOR HIM TILL HE IS RE ELECTED. Mr. W. D. Barnett, secrexary of the A.M.A., on behalf of that union, wired to Mr. Arthur Griffith congratulating him on the stand he had. taken,' and stating that members would like him to come to Broken llill ns spon as pos sible. To this the following reply has been received: — 'Thanks for coneratulations. As Cann is seriously ill I shall remain here for the present and act1 for both1 elect orates, working through Mr. McGowen. Please publish this fact.'1— ARTHUR GRIFFITH. Yesterday morning the Mayor re ceived a wire from Mr. -Neilsen, M.L.A.. which stated that' owing to the illncs* of Mr. J. IT.' Cann, M.L.A., and Mr. A. Griffith's resignation, he would represent Broken Hill in the .Parliament: The Mayor despatched the following telegram of thanks to Mr. Ncilssn: — 'Thanks for -your wire. Will keep you posted. Send proQf-copy of ''Han- sard' covering debate. Following re...
SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE TOURNMKENT. A euchre tournament, oiyaniscd by the Children of Maiy proved very' suc- cessful on Tuesday night. it \. as held in ihe' Mica, street school tojiii. * l'-y S o'clock 'the hall Vas. crowd' 1. The committee who hud the arangti'ionis in hand were equal to the ocrn-ion, and provided plenty of tables for the tour.u incut. 'After most exciting games, those who were .successful in flic vav ioiM divisions were presented ,w.th the prizes. - These -were a.s follow:— First pri/.u '(lady), Misa'1' Oiu di«T ; 'l'n--t prize' (gent), ''Mr. 'Tl. Orchard;1 consolation priae' (lady), Mrs. J'eurnse; consolation prize (gent), Mr. J. Hardingham. , The prizes, which wero handed over by Mr. II. Shelley, weie both 'Handsome and ap propriate, the lady's being' a hilv'cr-baek miiror, whilst ^tlu1', gent's was a silver liack clothes brush. A long and varied vocal and elocutional y programme vwas submitted-', by ., the following1: — Over- tuic,' Miss Murphy ; jiistnuiK'ntal selpe ...
MR. GRIFFITH INTERVIEWED. EXPLAINS WHY HE THINKS IT BEST TO REMAIN IN SYDNEY FOR THE PRESENT. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
MR. GRIffiTH INTERVIEWED. EXPLAINS WHY HE THINKS IT BEST TO REMAIN IN SYDNEY FOR THE PRESENT. . ['?Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] ' SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. Mr. Griffith, ':.': interviewed this after noon, said: — , , Tho high-handed methods of tho Gov ernment, supported by the complacency of the Spcaiccr, had taken away the rights of private members to ventilate the grievances of their constituents, j which is, after all. probably the most.; important function of a representative?: 1 have taken' the 'extreme course (-'a resigning to appeal . to the ' pcoplui against; the petty tyranny of paltry ! power. ? j In no other British community -are'! the Executive officers '.in the ''House,' that I is, the Speaker and Chairman of Com- i milters, on a' party basis. ? i That vicious. , innovation , was ' introduced ,; by. 'Carruthers when the best Chairman we ever kd in' New- South Wales was thrown out of his place to make room for :;. supporter of the Government. fiver hiiicc that day the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
AUCTION SALES. SALE POSTPONED. mHE AUCTION SALE advertised for A WEDNESDAY NEXT, tho 11th inst., by Mr. A. H. M1DDLETON, on account of Mrs. J. Fielder lias been Postponed to THURSDAY, tho 12th inst., on. account of Wednesday.; boing a Public Holiday. ? 310.- PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THURSDAY NEXT, . at 11 o'clock. - .Chappie Streot, between Zebina and Brazil Street. - HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of. Five Rooms. Now Clough and Warren ORGAN. W. J.. HUGHES - WILL sell as above, on account of H. .1. Hughes, Esq., who is leav ing for Queensland. 310. BUSINESSS NOTICES. TSig DUN Tailors,; (Opposito the G.P.O.). THE CHEAPEST AND BEST HOUSE IN THE CITY. LARGEST STOCK OF SERGE, CORKSCREWS, and SUMMER SUIT INGS. You can rely on getting Satisfac tion from us. Syd. Sngersoft, , Manager. PUBLIC NOTICE. R. *$. GREGORY, A TJCTIONEER, HOTEL BROKER, J:\ HOUSE and LAND AGENT, STOCK, STATION, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, bogs to notify tho public of Broken Hill and District that ho has taken over- tho Auctionccr...
TOM MANN'S WORK. SPLENDID RESULTS AT PORT PIRIE APPRECIATED BY OFFICERS THERE. PORT PIRIE, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
TOM MANN'S WORK. SPLENDID RESULTS AT PORT PIHIE APPRECIATED BY OFFI CERS THERE. - . ? ; ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] PORT 'PIME,, Midnight. Mr. B. T. Edwards, secretary. of the Port Pine. A.M.A., lias expressed grati fication at the work of Mr. Tom Mann in Port Piric, and says Hint his visit has resulted in 150 names being added to tlie membership of the local branch of the! A.M. A. Others wore also com ing in rapidly. At about a quator past 1 yester day afternoon a firo broke out at tlio Pinnacles iii a two-roomed house. These., togothor with two other partly built rooms were completely (jutted. The house was owned by Mr. Giimarc, of the Pinnacles, and was occupied by two miners who aro working m that locality. The origin of tho iiro is not j-et kuoiMi. The house was not. in sured. __
REV. A. E. FRANCIS [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
REV. A. E. FRANCIS Dia not caro to express an opiiiiu» upon any matter outsido tho work .of ^church. He had not boon long in Broken Hill, and was not ful y seized o tho facts in connection with *no pie sent matter. Ho, however, had seen nothin' which, in his opinion, made it Mccwirv to send for police. Ho rather uuia.-in.T n«lm.nf wlin Raul that 50 polico would bo naoleii*. Biiiroowng police were necessary. Ho believed that if both managers and mon were more largely influenced by the spirit Christ they would work in harmony. \
MR. H. M. PLAYER, [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
1 MR. H. M. PLAYER, Of tho Australian Club Hotel, said that taking tho opinions expressed in tho bar, where tho matter was much discussed, the consensus of view was that the arrival of a force of police , was ridiculous and unnecessary.. It meant a rising, on tho one side, in reply to which tlio miners would take it up on their side. ?
MR. HOCKING, [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
MR. HOCKING, Tho manager of Block 14 -Mine, saw that his first intimation of tho intended arrival of tho police was in the columns of 'Barrier Daily Truth.' Ho did not know enough about ib to expiess an opinion as to its wisdom or otherwise. Ho had not seen anything that would warrant tho interference of police.
MR. W. T. ROWE, [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
MR. W. T. ROWE, The president of tho Federated Jmi ginedrivo'rs' and FironiciiB1 Association of' Australasia, said that Premier Wado's action was bound to excite an tagonism and arouse tho spirit of hglit. Tho men wore waiting to work tnoir affair out on a fair and scmai-o basis, but tho coming of the police has had the effect, of turning soino of their minds towards revolt.'
NEW TAXES IN GERMANY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
NEW TAXES IN GERMANY. [Router's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday. The German Parliament is to be ask ed to vote new taxes intended to add £23.000,000 per annum to the revenue, to meet the greatly increased expendi ture on the army and navy. A partial Slate monopoly of tho man ufacture '-and sale of sj-irits is to be proposed, and increased excise duties on beer, a tobacco tax, a tax on still wine in bottles, and imposts on electricity, gas, and newspaper advertisements.
QUEENSLAND PREMIER DENOUNCED. LABOR LEADED BOWMAN REFERS TO HIM AS JUDAS ISCARIOT. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
QUEENS1AND PREMIER DENOUNCED. ? ». — LABOR .LEADER BOWMAN REFERS TO HIM --AS JUDAS ISCARIOT. ['Jinu-ier Uaily Tiuth' Service.] JllllS BANK, 'Wodncsdav. Tho annual dinner of the South Bris bane I'arliamentaiy Debating ?Sociotr was held last night. Mr. J. A. Aus tin (president) , occupied tho chair Among thoso present were Messrs Airey, Dow man, and lhixhain, M's.L.A. and many others. ' ' ' A number of toasts weie honored JJio chairman proposed that of 'J'arliament,' to which Mr. Airoy res ponded. . - Mr.. D. 'Hodman, leader of the Op position, followed, and said ho honored the man who diffeied from him in politics, but could not respect the hypo critical politician who promised one tiling and carried out another thing. The Tammany rule of American was to bo found in Australia in a minor do?;roq, for they had nioii who, hav ing climbed the highest pinnacle, kick ed' aw ay tho ladder by which they had climbed. ITo despised thoso kind of .men. What .tho next. session would brinp; forth ...
TAFT ELECTED. LARGER MAJORITIES IN NEW ENGLAND STATES THAN EVEN ROOSEVELT HAD. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
TAFT ELECTED. LARGER MAJORITIES IN NEW ENGLAND STATES THAN EVEN ROOSEVELT HAD. (Renter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. A lemarkably heavy vote has been polled in the United States Presidential election. Weal weather prevailed. All the JJew York papers announce that Sir. Tnft has been returned, and that his majorities over the Bryan vote in the New Kngland States exceed* the plural ities Mr. Roosevelt received. Even Bos ton, the Democratic ..stronghold, has gone lor mm. lie earned all important doubtful States ; Ohio by 50,000. Latest estimates give Taft 303 elec-v tonil votes. /'? * ? _ - Mr. llitcWfjk, chairman of the Nat ional lleptpjjicaii .Convention; has sent congralulatijaiii. The '-TSH£s' says .that Mr. Taft's election wiiifrbe particularly welcomed by the BritiSti people, who believe that the now President will continue to.'ch couiagc the increased sincere cordi.ihiy towards the Unilod Kingdom, which lins been so marked a feature of Pre sident Roosevelt's policy It also holds...
THE THRICE DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
THE THRICE. DEFEATED. W. G. Bryan, who Ms be'eh defeated for the third time, became famous in ?'.' 1890, by his fcpeech denouncing the Re publicans for 'crucifying Uio nation on a cross of gold,' but this year he- has not preached silver. Up. has toured the world since that speech, broadened his ; ; views ; he had for twelve years been the most persistent,, popular, and en riched lecturer in the 'States. lie has- made himseii known to a million men, hosts of them as personally devoted ns if he were a saiiii.
SKETCH OF MR. TAFT'S CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
SKETCH OF.. 'MR. TAFT*S CAREER. Mr. Howard Taft, 20th ''President of the United States, has served a long ap prenticeship to high honor. Fiom his .'.?entry into , public life, he has uncon sciously been moved, and. lias acted, us if lie hail de'.ormined to qualify for the Wlrite House. ' ? lie is an all-round man; excelled at games and st.udies : rowed stroke at Yale, was champion wrestler of the .uni versity, vet finished second in 'scholar ship in a eJnss of over 1 00. Journalism gave him his start in lift! ; then he rc pprtcd, law cases wliile studying law. Ill time he became judge in Cincinnati, and under 20 years ago entered Wash ington as Solicitor-Gencrnl nuclei* Pres ident Harrison. It was at this time that the new Pres ident struck a friendship with his im mediate predecessor. 'Teddy' Roose velt was then : Civil Service '^Commis- sioner, a by-word for energy and thoroughness, Taft had already sim ilar reputation, as 'the big steam en gine, working day and night.' From : Was...
STURT EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. WRIT ISSUED—POLLING DAY, NOVEMBER 21. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908
STURT EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. WRIT ISSUED— POLLING DAY, NOVEMBER 21. [''Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] 4 SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. The writ for the election in connec tion with the Sluit seal, rendered vac ant by tho resignation, on Tuesday night, of Mr. A. Griffith, was issued \ this afternoon by the Speaker. The writ .'' is ' dated ''Wednesday, No vember 'J. The dale of nomination is lixed for Friday, November 13, and thu polling will take place on Saturday, No vember 21. The w rib- is made returnable on Tues day, December Ia Thcio aio 21 polling places in the electoiale, and the ru tuining officer is Mr. iKicderiek Henry Orifliths, of O.\ide Street.