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LAND SETTLEMENT IN 'NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

LAND SETTIEMENT IN 'NEW SOUTH WALES. — — v ? ?' ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] SYDXEY, Wednesday Sight. During the so vnn teen weeks from July 1st, no less than H87 iipw settlers selected Hi0!),03l acres of Crown -land, as original holdings ; n.iid 883 selected 241,501 acres as additional holding--.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
G.U.O.O.F. LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

G.II.O.O.F. LODGE.' Tho oidinary general mooting of tlio Prido' of tho Barrier branoh. G.U.O. O.i'\, No. 4971, was held in tho J5uiko ? Ward Hall on Monday. Jii other W. S. Maddigan, N.G., otcnpied'*'tho oliair. Theio was a lair attendances of mem bers. - Several mattws of interest to the branch wero discussed and dealt W1H1. ? Tho branch lias decided to hold a social iu tho Burko W'aid Institute at an early dato to eclobrato tho ?anniver- sary of ,the opening of tho branch. The Social Coinmtbteo reported tliat matters in connection with tho social weio pro gressing satisfactorily, and everything pointed to a' successful lesult. Tho evening's receipts- wcio most satisfac toiy. There was one piopasal for moin beisliip. . - ? ?'

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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MYSTERIOUS FIRE. CAUSES DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £2,000. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

MYSTERIOUS FIRE. CAUSES DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £2j000. ' ['Barrier Daily Truth' . Service.] \ SYDNEY, Wednesday Xialit. The chemist's shop of Mr. j). V.Dos setter, Oxford Street, Darlinglmrst, was coinpletely gutted by fire thiii afternoon. The dental parlor of Mr. McDonald, on tho -first floor, was also' ruined, and the drapery establishment of Jlr. R. Spence, nexc» door, was damaged by fire and water. The oiigin of the lire i» unknown. The damage is estimated^ at £2,000.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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MONOPOLISING TRAMWAY SEATS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

? ? MONOPOLISING TRAMWAY SEATS. To the Editor. .Sir.— Kindly allow me a small space in; your columns to ci iticise sthu prac tise of- monopolising i tramway scats in our streets. In the first place, the scats are there for the convenience of passengers who are waiting for the car, but it appears that the passengers very nCion lifivp. l.o shmd in tho street.-s while tho seals aro occupied by men smoking and 'spitting,' and sometimes, in a half dnuikon condition. I have been in Argent Sheet waiting for a ear on sov cial occasions, and have s'eeni mothers .with their infants in their arms stand ing almost leady to di op. from exhaus tion. 1 havo also watched the men who have boon ^occupying the seals, and they have 'still remained there when tho cars h.ii o' arrived, thus proving that they me only making a convenience of tjie'seats to paus away a few idle hours. Hoping that some ^tiioro ablo pen than mine mill take this subject up, - '^ Yours, etc., . \ 'A FATHER.'

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. SUBSTANTIAL RISE IN LEAD, TIN, AND COPPER. [Reuter's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

FINING SNTELLIGENCL SUBSTANTIAL RISE IN LEAD, TIN, AND COPPER. [Router's Service,] LONDON. Wednesday. The metal market quotations for Xo vember 3rd are as follow: — Lead, £13 12/0, being a rise of :i/0^ per ton. » Tin, £137— a rise of, ,£3. ' ? Copper, £02 per ton, a rise of u/. Spelter, £20 per ton (unchanged). Silvor, 1/11, fall of MOd.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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INDIGNATION MEETING. Two Thousand Citizens Protest Against the Insult to Broken Hill. FOOD AND ARMS ON THE MINES. MAYOR'S ADVICE—"KEEP QUIET, TAKE NO NOTICE OF THE POLICE, DEFEAT WADE AT HIS OWN GAME." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

INDIGNATION MEETING. Two Thousand Citize&s Protest Agaisasi the -Insult to Broken Mill. FOOD AND ARMS ON THE MINES. MAYOR'S ADYICE— 'KEEP QUIET, TAKE NO NOTICE OF THE POLICE, DEFEAT WADE AT HIS OWN CAME.' Although tlio summons was so ''.'short tliiit it was impossible, to organise a full iiltiMiduncc! even of representatives of Hi.' Unions, Hourly 2,000 citizens ns semblnl in the Hippodrome last nirrht to piotest against the drafting of police to JSioki-ii Hill, in . connection- with Die !il-l-'.o.u-liiiig Conference. The meeting va-, c ailed by the Town Council, mid (lie A.M.A. Had no hand:, in it. It was (met, the iitturnnccd of -Hie selected tsprakcii ueie in excellent tone : and oviii tin- volunteers, who suggested that the 1'ii-mii'fs elligy must bu burnt to night, made tliuir hits chiefly in -jood lmmor. The Mayor eimuncd up the' de- sire of the piomoters of the meeting in his mlvice to Hie miners' to icnoi-e f:1io pre=MKc »f the contingent, and to prove by conduct tha...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES.' DKNTS-ST. Telephone 37. ? j 3OO A^esvt^-S't. ? _C307_:30liiUS:_' .BICYCLES. O TA TITLING REDUCTIONS. COLUMBIA CYCLES .. .010 10 0 HARTFORD CYCLES .. 9 10 0 CROWN SPECIAL, B.S. A.',PARTS ? 10 10 0 CROWN B.S.A. PAT TERN PARTS ? 7 10 0' SECOND-HAND BI CYCLES from ? 2 2 0 ,. Wo aro selling at reduced prices for ON 13 MONTH for cash only. Come along, pay cash, and savo money. Wo also stock Edison Phonographs and Records. CALL AND INSPECT AT COLUMBIA CYCLE DEPOT. ' ,, ARGENT STREET, SOUTH, ' Next Sandland. c308ths360.' STEPHENS and BARTLETT, Auc tioneers, Valuators, Sharebrokcrs, and General Commission Agents. ? CHLORIDE STREET, BROKEN HILL. - Mart Sales held EVERY1 MONDAY, at 11. Outdoor Sales as arranged.' Prompt Settlements. Sharp quotations daily. Agent for tho loading Firo In surance Companies. ,c30Sthr:JUu AUSTRAL CAFE, Argent Street, . Next Goblo Hotel. ALL MEALS- &d. Board, 14/ per week (cribs and sup pers included) : tickets, 8/ wr dozen. ? ' PHIL CONRQ...

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SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY MEETING. The meeting of the Scientific Society of Broken Hill was postponed last night' oniiccounf of the illness of Mr. Nicholls, of the Broken Hill Proprietary mine, who was lo have read a paper. Next Wednesday- week, however, the meeting will be held, after which the Societv will go into recess for some weeks. The library will remain open for the con vnioneo of members. The secretary is Mr. H. Warlow-Davis, of, Block 10'.

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BLACKSMITHS, TOOLSMITHS, AND STRIKERS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

BLACKSMITHS, ; : TOOLSMITHS, AND; 1 STRIKERS ASSOCIATION. A well-attended meeting of the above Union was held in the Trades Hall last night,- Mr. Martin (president) being in the chair. A report from the Confer ence Committee was unanimously adop ted, after some discussion. , The mailer of taking up Ihedeben turcs in the ' Carrier Daily Truth' was dealt with, and the secretary was in structed to take them out in the names of ihe trustees. The second anniversary smoke social will bo held i on Saturday night,- and it promises to be a large success. Mr. V. Eyers was elected trustee. The secretary reported ' that good or ganising ,woi-k had been done, and stated that rhe Union now stood on a sound .foundation,, both numerically and financially.

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"BARRIER DAILY TRUTH" DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH ' ^ DELIVERY. Persons desiring our paper de livered to them will please or der from runners, or leave their names aira addresses at the ofnee. It is not true that any person has been given a inouop- -' oly for selling '' Truth '' -in any district. If your paper ia not delivered' satisfactorily, please' let ais know, ^

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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THROWN FROM HIS BICYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

THROWN' FROM HIS H1GYCI.E. Mr. ir..Cotty was thrown from hi.s bicycle in Cobalt Street at midnight last niffht, and when picked up was in an unconscious condition- Dr. McGil livray was .summoned, and found that Getty had apparently received a slight concussion of. the brain. The unfortu nate young man was ordered , to be taken to the Hospital. During the ISight nour celebration- at Newcastle, an altercation took place be tween Mr Arthur -Griffith, the member for Sturt,, who „ bads just 'concluded an address, and Mr., Moroney, of the, Soc ialist Labor Party, -who was speaking. As -a result Mr. Griflith challenged Mar oney to a debate, which was declined on the ground that it should havo been sent to liiB organisation instead of given to himself .personally. Mr. A. J. Fraser, who has been ab sent from Barrier unionism for about four months, is now at Castlemaine. /Unionists there waijt him to take a position as paid organiser. He has not yet decided whether he will accept. He has been...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE POLICE ACCOMMODATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE POLICE ACCOMMODATION. Relative to thh arrival of the fifty police from Sydney this morning, Sub xi»p.i!Ctor fcawioll bcated that no definite arrangements. ''..had''.''1. been made as to where they will disembark. JTegotia tions wcie in progress last night for their accommodation.. Some of the men wiii be accommodated at the Police Barracks, but not all, as there is .-insufficient: room' for the lot. Boarding houses have been approached with re ference to the matter, but for the most part the keepers of the houses do noc appear willing to take them in. Every possible arrangement for tho comfort or the men is being arrived at. ? SubIn spector Sawtell stated that he would like to arrange a cricket match between some locol team and tho men from Syd ney on Saturday next. As far as the personal amusement of tho men is con cerned, the authorities in the Hill are leaving no stone unturned in that direction.

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POLICE SENT TO PRESERVE LAW AND ORDER. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

POLICE SENT TO PRESERVE LAW AND ORDER. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] ? SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. When seen this afternoon, regarding the Broken Hill crisis, and questioned as to his reason for sending a detach ment of police there from .Sydney, the .Inspector-General of Polico (Mr. Gar v'in. said: 'I sent those men ; to Broken liill for the purposes of preservation of law and order. If you stay here for sixt months questioning me 1 will, not iSxiy a.ny.morp.' .

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POLICE LEAVE ADELAIDE FOR THE BARRIER. ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

- POLICE: LEAVE ADELAIDE FOR . THE BARRIER. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] 'ADELAIDE, Wednesday Night. . Tho fifty New South Wales police, under tho charge of Inspector Roche, arrived here by the Melbourne express this morning. They are a particularly stalwart-looking lot of men. They continue the journey to Broken llill this afternoon.

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SOCIALISTS STREET MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

SOCIALISTS STREET MEETING. Al t!)'1 ??on-liiMoii of tho public meet iiv in 'ill' Ilippo'lrumo a street moetini; was held by the Broken 11.-1 Socialists, at which jiesuro. R. S. Ross, Frank Ily rtt. A. K. \V;iiin--c\ and Miss Lizzie -Myrii di'livf-ied. stirring' addresses. Each spoke strongly in condemnation of Pre mier VwioV, iit-lion' of sending the fifty police to Broken Hill, nnd urged the wurkois to resisL such intimidation and interference.

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LABOR LEADED McGOWEN. INTERVIEWED TO-DAY BY "BARRIER DAILY TRUTH" REPRESENTATIVE. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

LABOR LEADER MGWEIJ. INTERVIEWED TC-BAY BY ' BAR RIER DAILY TRUTH' REPRESEN TATIVE. [' Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] SYDNEY,. Wednesday Night. The loader of the Opposition (Mr. Me Gowen), interviewed to-day, said that his Party had wired the Mayor of Bro ken Hill saying that us Mr. A. Gril flth had been suspended the members ..of tho Labor Party as a whole would re present tho constituency rather than al low the Barrier to remain unrepresented. The Mayor wired the following ro ply: — 'Thanks for your wire; will keep you posted. Resolutions from the Muni cipal Cuucil sent to tho Premier to the cIVvct that hi.- would no asked to at oncu withdraw the addition al police sent on from Sydney.1 Mr. McGowen said that^tlip Labor 1'arty considered there was no justifi cation at all for Mr. Wade to send the police. Such an action is only calcula ted to inflame anil incite the men to do I .'iiws they otherwise would not do il they'tootj the viow that iin attempt was Ui'ing made to jiuugion Ili...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

BUSINESSS NOTICES. ' NOAH BIX, ARGENT STREET, Opposito A.M.P. Office. ?pilONOGltAfilS from 10/ to £30. RECORDS. RECORDS. _ RECORDS. We' arc now importing ELEoTRIO J?ANS ?' ' suitable lor tho Broken Hill current. Inspect my Stock and get my Prices— IT PAYS YOU. c307:120 J OOK, HERE'S THE POINT. ? f This is tho 'Barrier Daily Truth,' but another daily truth is that CHAKLTON^ is the Best Man to Purchase your FRUIT and VEGETABLES from. Givo Him a Trial . Best Quality, and prices right. J. n. CHARLTON, MICA STREET, olf Bromide Street. (Lato Guidi's.) Watch for tho Yellow Qarfc. C307-335.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

A VISIT TO GLEN EWIN. WIIEiY I first caught a glimpse of Glen .Kwin — tho homo of tho MuKwin family — nest-linn in tho gully, tho J'inus in.sijjrnis trees towering loftily over tho bod of rich greon foliage, tho first thought was, ' AV'liat an ideal spot tor a homo.' To reach Glcu Ewin I drove 10 miles t iroiigli Moifbury to Teatreo Gully, and then about four miles farther nn l,h«- Gunioraelia road, till I came to tho top of tho hill. Clo.se at hand is the quarry which furnished the buildim; stono for tho Town Hall, tlio Post ofiico, and tlio old courthouse. Kur Uior down tho slopp, in a typical glen, was tlio Glon Eivin Homestead, and hidden by a doulivity was tho extensive jam factory. Twolvo miles distant in tho hillp roso tho white tower on the summit of Mount Lofty, -while nob only could -overy vessel at the Semaphore anchorage bo distinctly counted, but over tlio sea on the edge of the hoi izon could bo discerned tlio Hummocks, on lorko Peninsula, bathed m a \jolet niiou, urn,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

IF you requires tho services of an EXPERT UNDERTAKER ' go to the nearest telephone and ring up No. 259, when you will recoivo prompt asd considerate attention, and a stylo that cannot bo surpassed.. POLKINCHORNE BROS., SOUTH BROKEN HILL. J. GOPFAGE, ^ EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, AUGENT STREET. FIRE INSURANCE AND CENERAL COMMISSION ACENT. Tolophono 362. ' ? c307 :306. LEWIS' CYCLE AND MOTOR WORKS. STUDY QUALITY. LEWIS BICYCLES' aro THE BEST. Thbir REPAIRS te any Cycle aro 1'IJE BEST. ? BEST of Parts Stocked. And tho public will bo BEST satiBfiod by trading thoro. ARGENT STREET,' Broken Hill. . c307hs:120.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 5 November 1908

? . ? FROM THE PAGES OF THE FIRST UNION-OWNED DAILY PAPER IN AUSTRALIA PELLEW & MOORE GREET YOU AND WISH YOU GOOD LUCK. We think you'll agree that any issue of ' Barrier Truth' would be inooiupiolc. which did'-riot contain an announcement from the ' 'Workers' House,' and we want lo sny-rigbt away thai you'lb find our announcements in these pages EVERY MORNING. Oui* little chat to-day is about a grand lot of SITfllTS built 'specially for us lor tlio summer ' . trade. We call them - , '.'..'.' We waul to tell you, too, vhat a splendid collection of those coinforlablu sliirts we'.vo got: You know the kind with Ihe soft bodies and dressed collar bands and cull'5!. You can wear .any kind, of -' coH.-ir with these shirts, and they're ever so much more comfortable than the starched kind. They look well too.- -^ ' l We've specially selected all the patterns also, and the Shirts have been cut by expert cutters exactly^ to measurements suppliod- by us. ' ' , The Hi/csrun, 13, l.'iJ/2,...

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