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PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES^ ? . ? ....... r When 'Mr. Jack London arrived at Papeete, in the, island of Tahiti, every difficulty was placed in. his way to pre vent him from addressing meetings. Before any hall could be secured, the permission 'of the chief of police had to he obtained, aud .that official would not grant permission until lie had consulted the: Governor. Eventually, after a lapse of 1 four days, the necessary , permission was forthcoming^' but even then the hall owner was dubious, and not until the persuasive powers of the people inter ested. were almost exhausted did he con sent to allow* liis building to De iiSed. The French ('Jovernmcnt had the Chief of Police stationed: at the rear of the hall; with 1111 interpreter, to tell him all Mr. London was saying.
LOOKING AFTER THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
- lOOKiNG AfTER THE POLICE. ? 0 ? Vesterday afternoon Sub-Inspector Sawtell informed a; representative of -'Barrier Daily Truth ' that the newly arrived contingent of police would be under the jurisaietion of. Superintendent Johnson; who was ill charge of the Bar rier district. On, being approaclicd; Sup erintendent ' Johnson stated that lie knew- nothing of the, future movements of tho fifty lneiv- referred to; 'They are here,', lie said, ' and tliey are a very quiet lot of men.' Seeing them about in plain clothcs; I myself do not know half ,of them,, for most of them T never saw before in. lny-life.' They are now having a rest— a holiday in fact.'
FEDERA CRISIS IMMINENT. Deakin Government Considered Weak and Wobbly, and Labor Refuses to Support it any Further PROBABLE CHANGE OF MINISTRY. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
FEDE^A CRIvS;-5 MMINENT. Dealda Go vcrw M '-leak and Wobbly, and Labor 'Mum io S-jppori it any Further. PROBABLE' CHANGE* OF MINISTRY., ['Tiuth's' Special Stuvice.] | . MELBOURS B, Tliuriidiiy/ J The Pcderal Labor P.u-l y 1 j ?: ! il a ' urV ? tracted * meeting to-day, al whieli Mill whole political, situation ? wn-- ? till!)-, (lis; ousscd. Much dissatisfuclioir.Y.'i-'.» ?ixpr-iwd .at tho fooling and wobhliii- tho l-'.il.in Government. The proposals oilered it .Vv,- Protection U r'-'' :. 'xere. especially deemed unsatisfactory, jalil: the general yes-no ^want of poucy JvaKi severely condemned.-, , ,, ? J^tT'tip , fad. that the -fate of the Dcakin government, was being, considered, , soon jinked.. out,' and those ''in the know' con /ilently forecast a new ministry wnl be tfnon formed.. ? i;. 'The- Labor caucus will meet again to i.'-.iy, wlieu some definite actions may be ieispectod.
ACCOUNTANT COMMITTED. Alleged to Have Converted the Sum of £120. PERTH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
ACCOUNTANT COMMITTED. Alleged to Have Converted the Sum of £120. ?* L' Truth's Special Service.'] PlSItTH, Thuriday Night. Lawronco Ellson. an aceountant, was to-day charged with boing a trusteo of tlio' sum of £120,- and converted tlie samo to his own use, and unauthorised by tho trust;- with intent to defraud. A' number of tlio ' creditors stated that they never received their dividends in connection with, the ostato; , , AccusciPwas committed for trial,, bail being anowed, ill two sureties of £250, or one of ? £500. - .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
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SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. The Saturday Half-holiday movement is gaining impetus in Sydney. Shop keepers favor the , innovation nnd the movement has the cordial ; support of many .ministers. of the Gospel ou humaii itarian grounds, - the llev. C. A. White (president of -the ..Evangelical Society of New South Wales) being particularly prominent. A deputation representative of both , shopkeepers and employees - will wait 011 the Premier and' urge upon him the necessity: for legislation; in the direc tion of making Saturday , naif-holiday-., a compulsory.' measure.
BAKING IMPROVER UNDERPAID. Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
BAKING IMPROVER UNDERPAID. [' Barrier Daily /Xi'uth' Service.] . ; / , , Adelaide, Thursday. At tho Port Adelaide .Police Courtyes terday- T: 13. Dwelling, of Yatala, baker, pleaded guilty to having employed in- the baking trade; Victor- Mouritz, an ini: prover, in excess of the number of em ployees- authorised by, the '.determination of' the Bakers' . Board.1 — The ? bench in flicted ii nominal penalty, the defendant being fined .CI and 15/^eosls.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
LETTERS 10 IE EBIlil THE DISTRICT HOSPITAL. Sir,— Being an inmate or the above stitution for somo time, and iccocnio ing tho imiKii'tanco of the HospitTl t tlio workers of Broken Hill, 1 ^ hko to draw tho attention of the Ln--rcl through your columns, to several lfttl,', matters which eoulil be easilv miiiin.i and would bo the means of in.-ikin,/ 9 the lot of thoso concerned easier ' H 111 tho first place, I notice t]lcro H lias been considerablo discussion ^ H tho meetings of tho board re increased medical atciulaiice. A vitiil ma'tici 110 doubt, but the question is, Can tlie lliinnccs of the institution stand tin strain at. tho present time? ] tj,;,,). not. But thero is a way out of tlio difficulty, and if, tlio bonrd moved iu that dilution, tliey would find u10 present 'resident doctor could nvorcoiiio the other duties more easily — duties, 1 may 'say,, that ho has carried out f,)r years- 1101V; bath to the satisfaction of tho patients and. the boards, ami 1 (]0 not' think tlioi-...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
:'To-morow the cricket, matches in con nection with the Broken Hill Cricket As sociation ivill 'bo continued. -The Almas are; to try issues with- the Walter Stilly team, on the Hillside pitch, .aiid some good batting and bowling .should - be wit nessed, as both- teams have been doing iairly won tlns scason. Each possesses talent of no mean order, both in bat ting and bowling;' The Alma- team will be chosen from the following Cornish, Dunne, Ledger, Miiyne, McAllister, Par nell, Robertson, Roberts, Searl, Stack pool, Turner, Tremelling, and Vale. The following is the Social Democratic team selected to play to-morrow at the Alma Oval, against the Wests : — Byrne, James, Isbell (2), Cosman, Ripper, Whitington, Zanker, Tamlin, Hubbard, Giles, O'Brien, Beard, and O'Donell.
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
RIFLE SHOOTING. -On Wednesday theiM.U. and A.N.A, Rifle clubs combined for practice at 500 and 000 yards, at the district range. The following, were the,principal scores : — : 500 coor T'tl. Frost : . . .... *9 20 39 Eustis- .. .. .. 28 12' 40 Burrows .. *.. 10 23 39-- Reilly, II. M ? 2-1 14 . 38 Dix . ? 23 12 35 Casliman . . . . 10 11 27 I Grimm,' E. .. ...,11 ? 23 Herherle * 8' '8 I * Did not fire at 500.'
CITY IMPROVEMENTS. BROKEN HILL HOUSES BEING NUMBERED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
CITY IMPR0VE1SIEPS. BROKEN HILL HOUSES BEING NUMBERED. His Worship the. Mayor (Mr. J. IT. Ivcy), at the last City Council meeting, reported that he had gone into the ques tion of. hoiise-nunioering, and suggested that' as the Council had power, to fix the number of houses in the various streets (vide 54—2, Police 0ll'ences,.Act), but could not compel tho ratepayers to purchase '-number plates',.- that the Works Committee be instructed to lake tho matter lip, aiid get notices served; oil owners, stntipg a. time limit when num bers must be placed on houses ' as al loted by the Council, the notice to state that enamel -plates could- be obtained from '.the Council,' if desired, at a fixed rate. . '. . Mr. F.' A. Arclibald, (town clerk) ? 111 formed. a ' Barrier Daily - Truth l-epre; seiitativg' yesterday. 'that the- Citv Coun cil hail : already beguii the work in the more central parts /of the city. The number ? plates aro 'oval-shaped, the figures being-black on white enamel. Theso pla...
OPENING OF BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
OPENING OF BOWLING GREEN. I Last niglit the official opening of the Bowling Ulub took placo at tho Muni cipal Howling Green. There was a largo attendance of ladies and gcntle mon. Six rinks were in requisition, and about 60 players took part in tho gamo of botvls. ' llio teams wero very evenly matched,, tho boards indicating only a few points. of ditforonco in tlui play. ' When tlio games had concluded play ers congregated in tlio pavilion, where 'Mr. 1-\ S. Broad called upon Mr. G. ?B. Bryant to propose tli'o toast of tlie visitors. Tlio latter gentleman re ferred in sympathetic' and regretful terms to tlio paralytic stroke which had fallen tip-on Mr. J. T. Iiloyd. Ho was ablo to announce, however, tliat Mr. Lloyd had been able chat day to view tho green from tho roadway. He (tho speaker) welcomed tiho mombors of tho B.H. Proprietary Club and other visi tors, and on behalf of tho mombors ho hoped, they had had an enjoyable game. Good treatment had been rocoived by the club nt tlio ...
ALLEGED WRONGFUL DISMISSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
ALLECED WR0NCFUL DISMISSAL. A' young shop - employee who, it jf| alleged, has been summarily dismissed 1 by his employer for refusing to deliver! gooiltt after (1 o'clock, -p.m.. 1ms taken the case before his union. - Xo dehnite -ac-. tion has yet been taken by the Shop assistants organisations, mil, it is 1111- 1 derstood that a thorough investigaion | of the circumstances will he' made by that body, and action taken should the facts warrant it. ? ''?' ?? . ?
WEDNESDAY CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
WEDNESDAY CRICKET ASSOCIATION. . Tho Y.M.C.A. Club met the Sturts. on the Alma Oval, on Wednesday, m tho above Association, with the following re sult : — : » , Y.JI.C.A. . . Garret, c. Fitzgibbons, : b. - Dawson . . 40 Cropley, b. Kemp . . . '. i ? .... 12 'Nicholls, b. Mungoven - . . ... . . ? 49 Thorn, st., b. Mungoven 10 Gilford, St., b. G. Kcmp ; . . . 57 Brown', b. Newton , .. . 10 Prideaux, b. Dawson ; . .? , 11 Hewitt, l.b.w.; b. G. Kemp 0 Mew, not out . . .. 13 HarriSj b. Dawson ? ? . . 7 Sundries . . ? . . ' ? 12 .'.'.v.' Total, (for 9 wickets) .... . 227 Bowling : — Newton,; 1 wicket for 44 runs ; Komp, 2 for 45 ; Fitzgibbons', 0 for 28 ; Dawson, 3 for 05 . Clissold, 0 for 13; Mungoven; 2 for: 31. STURTS. - ' Wicks, R. J.,: not out .; .'. . . .-. 25 Mungoven, c. Hewitt, b. Cropley . . . 23 Hooper, /D., c. Prideaux, b. Brown . . 28 Fitgibbons, not - out ? . . ; . ? . . 10 .Sundries -. . .. .. .. .. ~0 vv Total (for 2 wickets) . .. ..-. 92 Bowling: — Cropley, 1 wicket for 3...
PORT PIRIE A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
? PORT PIRIE A J.A. - Tlio .fortnightly meeting, of tho Port Pirie Uranch of t-lio A-.M.A. was held- on ' Tuesday evening, Mr. W. Benton pre- 1 siding ovor. a strong muster. Mr. Tom I Alaiuiwa'sipresent. by invitation. .; After the'1 preliminary opening pro- 1 cecdings, tho standing orders were suspended, and tho' chairman announc ed the result of- tho ballot for an ad ditional delegate to the' ? conference. ?Mr. F. '1'. Leano was tho successful cont-ostant. ? - - ' ; . Corresixmdenco was read from ?.Ir. W. D. Harnett, general secretary Bro ken Hill A.M. A., and Mr.. Will Jones, Managing Editor' Barrier Daily Truth.' ..?.?? It was resolved that Mr. Jones be re - | quested to, if possible, facilitate an 1 earlier delivery, at -Port' Pirie- -of ' Barrier iBaily, Truth.' Additional .stewards were, elected for' i tlio various shifts (there being 110 lack ot volunteers from' those present,.; ? It was announced that tlie masons and bricklayers cohtcmplato. forming a branch ot their- socie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. CUNCHING VALUES IN MEN'S UNDERWEAR Wo want every man in tho dis trict to' inspect our Stock of Summer Underwear. : . . . To notico tho Filio Workman ship, tlio High . Character of tlio Garments — how Soft -and .Cool tliey are.' .: . ? We liavo something in MEN'S . UNDERWEAR, that is a littlo better, than usual. ? Como nnd sco it. Reeks, Trenaman and Co., ' ?. , ' \ ARGENT-STREET. 311. J. T. CARROLL, THE RAILWAY TOWN PRACTICAL . ?OOTAIAKER, MAY still bo seen at tlio Old Shop, Cornor MICA and GYPSUii STREETS, Opposite Salvation Army Barracks. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED. '.-311. Bast broken Hill lime co./ Piper Street, South Broken Hill. BEST LIME SUPPLIED AT CUR RENT RATES, . Orders taken at A. F. Pincombo's, Nield and Hyde's, and A. Penrco's De pots. ? . ~ C. O'BRIEN, Manager: : Telephone 305. ' '. v ' 311. HARRY GREGORY ? (Late of Silverton) . - V. Has taken the , PRINCE CONSORT -HOTEL, OPPOSITE .FOOTBALL RESERVE. SI A . B. COY.'S BEER.' BEST ' IN TOWN, ON DRAUGHT. CH...