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MOUNT MORGAN MINING. MOUNT MORGAN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

MOUNT MORGAN MININC; ['Truth's' Special Servico.] MOUNT MORGAN; Thursday. . The ore treated at Mount Morgan for the month of October, was 20,043 tons. This returned :. 5,977 _ ounces of fine gold. 19,317' tons' of copper ore was . sinoltod for. a return of 505 tons of copper ami 70S. ounces of gold. ' ..

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

SOUTH BLOCKS. The manager of tho South Blocks re ports as follows for the month Oi Oc tober : — - ? Mill ran 024 hours, treated 9, IGp tons of ore,- assaying 10.1 per cent lead, 2.7 ozs. silver, 10.2 per cent zinc, producing | 1.7G0 toiis leadv concentrates, assavimr G5.S per cent lead, 9.2 ozs. silver, 7.0 per' , ? cent. zine. ? ? ? Expenditure. — Development £084, con struction t £587, ore extraction ;ti.,9(il, ore treatment £2,703, general expenses £151, equivalent to a working cost per, ton of crudes, extraction and treatment 1IJ/4, development 1/5, construction 1/3, total 10/ per toil. During the month ISft. of winzing was. clone, and 73ft. of crosscutting. The crosscutting. put out at the 000ft. level intersected the lode at 73ft. east of the shaft. ' ; . . . .: Six additional Wilfley tables were ad ded to tlie re-treat section of the mill, toiielher with all necessary launders aiid ' building, also three conical settlers were installed for thickening tlie feeo before passing ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

|fj BUSINESS NOTICES. ' ' . y'~ K' i ''strike FOR # -E. TONKIN'S, Where you get the Best Assortment of HATS, SHIRTS, TIES, &.C., in the Town. Prices Low. The Quality Good. TSie Truth. ' ? . Address— ARGENT STREET, ; Next Smart's Furnishing Shop. ? 307 til f : 33 ? ? ? ? F. W. RICHARDS/ ',.,. IRONMONGERS, PLUMBERS, LOCKSMITHS, &C. f 160 ARGENT STREET. I; 'ABSOLUTELY THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN FOR TANKS, BATHS, SHOWERS, WATER PIPES, HOSE, COPPERS, and STOVES, &e. . ? , , „ OUR SPECIALITY, Keys mado. and Fitted. Firearms Repaired' and Umbrellas Repaired. TELEPHONE 303. ? c307m_wf :306. - W. J. EDWARDS. rpHE MEN'S MERCER. ' NEXT THE DEMO. CLUB. : . SEE HIM FOR YOUR SUMMER SUIT. NEW GOODS, ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. HATS. HATS. HATS. ' HAJS. HATS. HATS. PANAMAS. . STRAWS. FELTS. New Stylos Now Arriving. c307nuvf:31. ; ; ? : TRY THE Transvaal Tobacco, AT 0 GUPPY BROS., , 6d ail Ounce. C307twf 131 HOTELS. ?'* Silver ^ Ag»e Hotel. ^ ARGENT STREET. - OEST LIQUORS ALWAYS TO B...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. LONDON MARKETS. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

ifJIKG INTELLIGENCE. LONDON MARKETS. ['? Tnitli's ' .Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Thursday. The London quotations received torday for silver, was 1/10 fi-10. per oz— a tie cline of one sixteenth of a ? penny ]ier ounce. . -' Load was .quoted £13/11/3— a fall of ]/JI per ton oil the price of the previous day.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCE AND GERMANY NAGGING. MUTUAL APOLOGIES DEMANDED OVER AN INCIDENT AT CASABLANCA. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

FRANCE AND GERMANY NAGGING. MUTUAL APOLOCIES DEMANDED OVER AN INCIDENT AT CASA BLA'NCA. (Router's Scrvicc.) *?, LONDON, Thursday. uormany demands tliat I'ranco shall express regret for tho violonco offered at . Casablanca by French soldiers to Gorman Consular officials. Germany .offered to admit tliat tilio Gorman Consul, on his part, exceeded tlio bounds of discretion. . - ' ' Franco dcclincs ? to express regret, but adheres to . her offer to refer tlio incident to the Hague International Tri bune. Tlio 'Times' says tliat Germany's latost action over the Casablanca inci dent is evidently a dcvico to divert attention from tlio Kaiser's last indis cretion. '. ' . Count Bulow is moroly rattling tho sabro ^against Franco in order to in duce the Reichstag to vote tho new taxation required — over £20,000,000 per ! annum. - ? ' -.'i

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OWNER OF POST TOWN. APPEALS TO THE HIGH COURT, BUT IS UNSUCCESSFUL. PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

? OWNER OF POST TOWN. APPEALS TO THE HIGH OOURT, I BUT IS UNSUCCESSFUL. I ('Barrier Daily Truth' Service.) j ' PERTH, Thursday. | Jiiugment was _ given by the High Court yesterday in tho appeal of Mr. P. A. Connolly,. owner of tlio racohorso Post Town, to roversb tho judgment given by tho Full Court, which had upheld Mr. Justicc Burnside's order, depriving him -of tho costs in his ac tion against the 'Sunday Times.' . Of the libel conn'octed' with the run ning of Czaroviteh, Chief Justicc Sir Samuel,- Griffiths said that tho only question the Court -had decided was whether Mr. Justice Burnsido had good causo for . making an order against , tlio plaintiff, who, though I10 won tlio ' case,, was- awarded only' 1/ damages b3r the jury. , Ho (tho Chief Justice) took the samo view as tho. Judge, that though Connol ly had satisfied the. jury tliat defen dant's charges wcro not strictly true, I10 had, at tho samo time, satisfied tliiom that his character was worth only 1/. Consequently it w...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. TAFT'S PLURALITY. President-Elect Declared this Return Affirms the Rosevelt Policy. A MILLION MAJORITY. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

MR. TAFT'S PLORALSH. ? o ? President-Elect Declared His Return Affirms the Roseveit Policy. A MILLION MAJORITY. ? i (Router's Service.) I , LONDON, Thursday. In three States — Now Jersey, New i York, and Massachusetts — Mr. Taft lias received more votes than were east i for President Roosevelt. His plurality I for the whole country is declared at | 1,090,000 votes. | President Roosevelt telegraphed his congratulations, nnd Mr. Taft replied— 'This victory affirms the electorate's approval of your administration.' Mr.. Bryan once again carried the solid vote of the Southern States. . Mr. Debs, tho Socialist candidate, has polled a much, larger vote than was anticipated, and when the full ' figures are available it is expected _ that his intervention in reducing the Democratic strength will account for tho increased Republican strength. ? The complexion of Congress will- re-' main unchanged. American railroad securities on the London Stock Exchange made a brisk advance to-day. The grea...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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MAN'S MANGLED BODY FOUND. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

MAN'S MANGLED BODY FOUND'. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] Jlelbourne, 'lliursday. Tlio body of aiii unknown ' man was found on Tuesday night in . a mangled o'jmlition oiv tho Port: Melbourno rail way lino. '?/: ? , .,,„f '?''yesterday it was idontifiod as Hu.t of ' Patrick Tliomas. Power, ago -lb, o. Ballarat.' - : His widow i» the lioensey of iviiotel in -Melbourno,.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

BICYCLES. 1 ri TA RTL1NG REDUCTIONS. COLUMBIA CYCLES . . £10 10 0 HAllTFOllD CYCLES. ' ! 9' 10 0 CROWN, SPECIAL,' B.S. A. PART'S ? ' 10 10 0 CROWN B.S. A. PAT TURN PARTS ? - . 7 10 0 SECOND-HAND BI CYCLES from ..'..J... ' 2 2 0 Wo aro. selling at rc-luco-l . prices for ONE MONTH ..tor ;cash :only. , ; ,Come i along, pay cash; and. save money. Wo also' stock .'Edison. Phonographs and Records. CALL. AND INSPECT AT , Columbia Cycle Depot, ! ARGENT STREET, SOUTH, v ? Noxt Sandland. - c308tto3G0.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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THE COMING OF THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

THE COMING OF THE POLICE. 'M. M.' writes: — ''As Wade's police Hi aro. about to enter.- Broken Hill, how SB would the following suggestion 011 this subject work: — Could not tho Alino 9B Managers' Association and tho Com- BH billed Unions agree to postpone indefin lltii inst? And further, could not 'tlio jMinc Managers Association ex tend the present wages' agreement im- |H| til Wade's men aro starved out ? Sine- fl^B ly if the mine managers have any ]irin ciplo,' or ono drop of British' blood BH ill . thom they will assist tho workers to resent this— this dirtiest -of actions known,, to Australians. At present |H there appears to bo tho best of rela- BH tions/ existing between tho above-men- j|K tioned bodies. Then why, J shimld OH like to know,; should wo bo subjected to' 'such 'treatment when' a cure lies at 9S oui\door?' fl

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PORT PIRIE INDIGNANT. BECAUSE 50 ADDITIONAL POLICE HAVE BEEN SENT TO BROKEN ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

PORT PIRIE INDIGNANT. BECAUSE SO ADDITIONAL POLICE HAVE BEEN SENT TO-BROKEN HILL^. ' - - Truth's ' Special. Service.] ADELAIDE, Thursday Ngln. J A Port Pirie telegi'ain states tnnt the sending of fiO additional police to Broken llill; was strongly commented, on at a meeting held there last night, r ? :Tho^. meeting ? was addressed - by. .-Mr.. W. ? Renton (president- of the A. M.A.), and Jtr. J. G. Shinnick.

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THE POLICE REINFORCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

THE POLICE REINFORCEMENTS. - Sir,: — Will you kindly allow 1110 spaco |H to. 'givo. expi-ossion to a fair opinion \ H upoir.tlie; possible cause, and consequent MB result, of Prehiier Wado's (and the l'o- |H lice, Department's) -action in sending a largo -forco of polico to Broken llilt iit tho 'present, juncture. jH .The cause, in mv onini'on. is that tho IH polico officials hero liavo made the mis take of taking tho extravagant expres sions. of -a few extremists, as the gene ral', tonor ' of ''feeling throughout tlio wliolo of tho men and their leaders, wlicn ?' forwarding tlieir reports to head quarters. .-This, and the sudden, linn, and concerted action taken by the com bined Unions in tho late conflict ivith ttae N-IMJ.,. has caused those, who aro too far away to -observe for tliemseives, to' think that tho Unionists are just bubbling over with anxiety for a strike; whereas tho . opposite is the ease. JSvoi-y man and woman' is sincerely hom ing aud striving for a p/'ae:-!'ul se...

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"TO FIX HER UP." PERTH NURSE CHARGED WITH USING AN INSTRUMENT. PERTH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

I' TO FIX HER UP.' PSRYH NURSE CHARGED WITH USING AN INSTRUMENT. ['? Trutira ' Special . Service.] ^ v PERTH, Thursday Night. ' .iie. iliirnot Graham, ii nurse, wus to ll, v i l:argcd with unlawfully -usiijg an iiit-n linieut on Mrs. Jane Parsons, for an ur':. ''ill purpose. , '?..'i'.-. Parsons, iu her. evidence, said i rht: accused agreed to ' fix her- up ' 5 ler Parson's evidence, Mr. Justice Booth remarked that the statements 'ad- duced by witness at various times before the trial, did not agree. The ease is proceeding. /

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BILLS OF SALES BILL. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

€ILLS OF SALES BILL. / I- — T ? ? . v-: ? ' ?}?- Truth's' Special Service.] . , „ 'ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. J ( lu ifn 23 of the Bill to amend the .-iiiti [Sales Act, which is now before l'.«rf;-»'.--litj: is strongly objected to by ? t -ioing business on the- hire agree ijiwit .jiv.jnciplc. . . ? tin., ? olause objected to slates that iiitte \-n i[ments and J other agreements nmst l.? registered as:Bills. of Sale. A Iiulo -deputation, waited on .Treas urer 1'(t :c to-day, protesting against tho Mr. i'lako, in reply, said that the rase a:,,*, list Clause 23 had been strongly put. . tJ u-:- lie promised that ho would seri o:is;v -; nsider the representations made.

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RUSSIAN MILITARY SCANDAL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

RUSSIAN MILITARY SCANDAL. LHeuter's Service. J ; , \ ' ' LONDON, Wednesday. Since tho suicido 'of''Colonol Josefolf. ®'id 1'ioutoniuib ErochoH,' artillery com mander and Second 'iu- oliargo , respec- tively, at tho groat naval fortress at Kronsladt, evidenco-has como to liuht tliat 11 icy blow out their brains'on learn ing that their treachery to tlio Czar I bad been discovered.

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THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. LARCH DEPUTATION WAITS ON TREASURER PEAKE. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

: TK2 FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. ?LARCK DEPUTATION WAITS ON TREASURER PEAKE. ?; L .Truth'*' Special Service.] ' MELBOURNE, Thursday. I ?In Lin- Senate to-day there was further ?lihcu-sioii^of the Federal; sites, and a lesohitioii wus carried that the final vote will be taken to-morrow evening. i Tin: sitting was .--chiefly devoted to pri i'rtte niembers'' business.- toll! -f.ii.-' House of Rcpresentacives, ..u\ Jiw 11 im.,rcd ' That - if .was desirable that ?mter-Sinte , shipping ? service should be linlionaliscd.' He: pointed out that whilst! nenidy I iie .whole: of the railways were owned bv the people 111 Australia, the Jarring'.', by sea was in the hands of pri vate ^enterprise, which was engaged in f. he exploitation of the publicv - ^Nationalisation would mean a more vllcctivi' service, and better conditions for flit: , workers engaged, and substantial nrojjri'R!: for. alj concerned. The debate was' adiourued. ' / Mr. Hugh Million moved (1) ''That in the opinion of the House, the pra...

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EDUCATION DEADLOCK. Sectarian Spirit Again Checks School Progress in England. CLERGY'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

EDUCATION DEADLOCK. ? ? ? ? Sectarian Spirit Again Cficcks School Progress in England. ? CLERGY'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. ' i ? . (Eeutji'i; Service.) LONDON, Thursday. c us between the Achbishop or.. Canterbury, and Mr. Runuman, M.P., President of the Board of Education, intended to, secure the passing of the Education Bill, have broken down. The clerirv. wlin nnnin-nr ],,,,?„ controlling interest in about half the public schools (known as 'voluntary') to distinguish them from State or B°aid -schools) , have given way on many points in their opposition, to a meas ure jvhicli is intended to secure that every school which receives public funds' shall, be managed by publicly-elected managers, and that religious instruction shall foim no . part of the instruction gi\cn during school hours. A^coinpro* imse was sotign. on the lines-'of allow ing ministcu of all churches 10 attend at Ao.untaiy scnools at convenient times just befoic or. after school hours (with the consent of the local educa tion...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

BUSINESSS NOTICES. The DON Tailors. (Opposite tho ~G.P.O.) mHE CHEAPEST AND BEST -IL HOUSE v IN THE CITY. LARGEST. STOCK OF SERCE, CORKSCREWS, and;SUMMER SUIT INGS. ' You can rely on 'getting Satisfac tion' from us. Manager. JV ot)K, HERE'S THE POINT. This is tlio 'Barrier Daily Truth,' but another daily truth is that ? 'GHARLTON- is tho Best Man to Purohaso your FRUIT and VEGETABLES from. Givo Him a Trial. Best Quality, and prices right. J. R. CHARLTON, s MICA STREET, off Bromido Street. I ? ? (Late Guicji's.) .Watch for tho Yellow Cart. O307-335.

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ADMIRAL RAWSON PLACED ON RETIRED LIST. LONDON, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

ADMIRAL RAWSON PLACED ON RETIRED LIST. (Renter's Service.) . : - . LONDON. , TliiirsflMv _ J he Admiralty notified tliat Admiral Law son, .Governor ;ot New South Wales; has been plaoed on the retired, list

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WEST AUSTRALIAN BANK. PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

WEST AUSTRALIAN BANK. 1 ['Truth's' Special her\iee.J j 1 ' PDltTIT. Thun'd iv. , ?The Western Australian Lank lias had ft, successful half-year. , ; -Tiie 'iiroliti-for ' that . period is over Jj21;000. A dividend; has , lieen- dcelaieci of -'io.iier cent. .-? ? -

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