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

LADIES' HAND BAGS, JUST UNPACKED A TIP TOP LOT OF NEW SHAPES. ' 1/, 1/G, 1/11, 2/6,-2/11, 3/6, 4/6, 5/6, 6/6, up to 25/. - PURSES ALL PRICES, 6d. to 15/. ? .Work' Boxes, Companions, Dressing Cases, Glovo and Hair Sets, Jewel Cases, Cignr Cases, Pocket Books, Chinaivarc, Glassware, WEDD1NC AND BIRTHDAY PRE SENTS IN GREAT VARIETY, AVatpr Sots, AVine Sets, Sets Carvers, Salad Bowls /Tea Sets, Jug Sets, Eporgnos, Biscuit Barrels, Cruets, &c., &c. 8 Family Bibles, good .lined, illustra ted, 50/, to Clear, 30/. 1000 -6d. Novels by Best Authors. . Post-card Albums, all prices, from 9d. to 25/. ' ' ? Autograph and Birthday Books all Prices. Children's Picture Books ,all prices. TOYS, DOLLS, Special Prices. / I Pencil Cases, School Books, School Bags, and all School Requisites. , POST CARDS ? Now Stock just 'bpened, best in town, prices, Id. to 3/6. ONE SHOP ONLY. R J. WICKS, opposite Boans'. c307mwf306. 0EORGE'\VARD. BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. ^ TELEPHONE S58. Place your Ordors...

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

THE POLICE. ~ ? A ? . Sub-Inspector Sawtell has come out badly 111 the recent police de velopments. ? It is - quite ' plain ,now:that,hc iS'.the. person- respon sible for the insult ithat- lias been hurlqd , at.-, the citizens of ^Broken Hill. . Only, a. we6k or. two ago Mr. Sawtell extolled the orderliness of.tlie ? crowd- wlienvthe strain ; of the recenti: industrial .crisis . was upon -us all. 'And since 'Barrier rDaily.^Truth.y. first Vgavc the pub ilicfthe news that fifty police were coming to .Brokcn Ilill, Mr. Saw tell lias 1 again and again said * that I10 knew nothing about the matter, and 'was entirely in the dark.' Bui; his superior olYieer in Sydney was not. so careful or so secretive — lie gave the whole transaction away. The Chief Commissioner (Mr.. Garvin) Jias said that the officer in charge of the police at . Broken Hill had re commended that: it would be ad visable i'o haye extra constables of -polieefin the eityyin order to. meet;' '.any ?/?'cmcrgeiicy oiv! contin...

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

DEAEIN MINISTRY That, tlie Federal Labor Party is tn-ocl of the fooling of tlie Deakin Government is a matter not to be surprised' at ?/ ? ;./rhe developments lunted at in the Melbourne, telegram -011 .our first naffe this ?mornin.P- nrn . t.linvf. lore, not quite unexpected It the Federal Labor Party is to remain a true working class party it must demand a price .for allegiance to any 'capi- J Lilibtic government ,: Tliat , Labor has- been fooled againNnid again by tlio Deakin .Government .is apparent to any 1 student oi Federal politics The most consistent fooling has been | tlio Now Protection legislation, ?which; for, many months lias ,been:| dangled , before the 'people : like 1 e' proverbial :? bunch ? of. carrots. I ,;Many~people: firnily believe that 1 the wily Deakin knew tliat the I Now -Protection law was ultra vires to the Constitution even be- 1 fore he made it law, and the general procrastination' mistaking: steps to amend tlie Constitution so ; that' the people's - wi...

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

Barrier Daily TrutSi. - (Official Organ of tlio Barrier Labor ?? Federation.) .. Maintained in. tho interests of the organised vWorkors. . : ? ????. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. PRICE, ONE PENNY. ? . Subscription : 13/ per . half-year, post' free to any part of; tlio Commonwealth.: . All Communications to ? bo- address ed -'to! tho Managing-Editor (Will : A.: Jones). ? ADVERTISING CONTRACTS.— All ?Alterations must bo in by 10 a.m; each morning. , -ADVERTISEMENTS— Casual vAd vertisements ..will bo' taken' eyeiy ciay up to midnight. TELEPHONE 2o-l. ' ' i Notico ? to1; Contributors:— Wo ir vito contributions,, .whether favoraDlo oi ' othoriviso to. tho policy of this paper. Bo' brief,- for our . spaco is valuable. Unless othenviso - arranged, all contri butions will bo deemed gratuitous. 'Barrier My Truth.' Friday, November 6, 1908.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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NEWS AND NOTES. Another Indignation Meeting on Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

NEWS AN® NOTES-. Another Indignation Meeting 011 Monday. _ But about tlio railivays this tiinel isroken Hill Railway Lnaguo is sick of disapiwintment. Its secretary, Mr. 1J. W. James, has been: jogging itlio -Go- vernment to fulfil its duty' in tlio nM ter of . proceeding with' tho Jino . to Menindio, and this is the resul6,vijs containod in a telegram from; tlio nieifc bor for Sturfc:— 'Minister :decidcdi.--v't to bring ^forward our -railway;' lineiiijj 2 session. Looks as though . decision'. \ (? ed ; 011 political- reasons'.— A.'- Griffi'^; !' From tlio Mayor, Condoboli ri; and ? iiir. Reilly, general manager Mount Hp)-a mines, liavo como tlio telegrams:— '-'Minister replies extension.- will not bo roferredto Works Committee 'this mw sidn.''..-r- Tlio . members;; of, tiro lea^tie are indignant at tho Minister's ii aoti'jn, 'and consider tlmt' they liujre been treated , in a most unfair nianiier. ?It:, is; thoy : consider,-, a ' great injustice to 'Hroken Hill that tho 'Minister o...

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

COMBINED UNIONS. ,; A meeting of the. Barrier Combined' Unions was held at tno Trades Ilall hisl IJlgllt. i .i . Tho whole evening was devoted to -dis- cussing and formulating a schedule of conditions 10 -submit to the mino' man agers. . The Executive was instructed to in terview tho Mino Managers Association, to ask^C the mine managers would agree to meet the Port Pirio delegates at the same time as the Combined Unions. I

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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ENGINEDRIVERS' AND FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

ENGINEDRIVEfiS' AND FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION; The above- Association held the usual fortnightly meeting, 011 --.Wednesday .night, and Mi-.'^Coade presided over;. a. wellat tended menting. ? .? .? ? 1 . Twenty-six now ^ memberit were: put 1 tlnougli. Tlicre was .very.-, little cones- 1 poiulenee to be dealt with,; the 'principal I item ueing^a letter from the Port Pine Branch ro their wages schedule. This was postponed until- the arrival pf tlieir delegate, when the; executive ofiicors arel to give it consiileration. . . | : The usual ^reports from the various! delegates to ? the diirerent bourns were I of a -routine ? character ; Messrs. Gal way I and: McUrath reporting from the P.L.L', | lfayball from the Trades Ifall- Trust. Kane aiid . Scott from , the .'B.L.F., and Coailo from tlie . Eight: Hour . (Jomnntee. A special committee has- been -appoin- ? ted to consider the;- Federal Avlntratiou Act,, and, Mr. (Hayball . reported to the efleet that it1 was ; not -mueh - better than Wade'...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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WADE AND FOUND WANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

? WADE. AND FOUND - WANTING. '??Beat Wade at. 'his own game ! ' This 'advice, given by the May or, is the wisest that could be uttered ,V to tlfe miners of Broken Hill. The police have , comevtliey; are i ri tended to. b e a provocation ; let .us\ ( s6e tliat . they.; do isTOT provoke us. Let '? the summary .of . their visit' .be a' .;' revival ? of Julius Caesar's — '?We...came ; ; we saw— we were conquered. ' ' .. . Conquered .' by tlie proof ^ofitheir^yisitj ^hiclir is a mistake, , niniecessaiy, : ; insult ing. ' --?' Nothing ' would please Czar Wade iiiorc. than a riot . A single stoiie, though thrown iii irony, a tauiit, though uttered . in good temper, booh-ing, however inno cently sarcastic, would be eqiy'|i-; lent to moving ' one 's pawns to suit the enemy's strategy. Tho Premier has put himself in the wrong, 'deliberately ; has declined to withdraw what he must know is a wilful and entire-' ly gratuitous insult to the char-: acter of the Barrier men (it takes a good and a s...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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A SUCCESSFUL CELEBRATION. "BARRIER DAILY TRUTH" BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

A SUCCESSFUL CELEBRATION. 'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH' BALL. At tho Trades Iliill on Wednesday | night a very successful , ball was lipid to celebrate the advent of '-Barrier Daily Truth.' About 100 couples assembled to '-h-ip the - light fantastic,' to the inspiring music of Mrs. Holmes' Orchestra. ' M The hall presented, a very pleasing ap pearance. ' ,, / . The art muslins for decora tions -ux're supplied and arranged by. Messrs. Pel lew and Moore, and. across tho end of tho hall the w'prds, 'The Women Wel come the Labor -Daily,' proclaimed the spirit that had promoted the* hall and its ohicct. : : A: rinlinrnlin nunner wns nrn vided.by tho 'ladies of tlio committee', who also had canvassed the . town 'for subscriptions from townsfolk,- and must have worked very hard indeed. ,-All are fully- deserving of the. success which, at tended ' their efforts. .The supper tables were decorated with palms and flowers, and the supper room tastefully draped with the banners be longing to the unions....

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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SHARE MARKET. ("Barrier Daily Truth" Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

SHARE MARKET. ( 'Barrier Daily Truth' Correspondent.) ' ADELAIDE, Thursday. Share- quotations on 'Chango to-day included : — ? Broken-Hill Gas (paid , b. 14s. Gd. -Broken Hill Water Supply, b.- 21s. Od Silvcrton Tramway, s. 89s. , : Zinc Corporation (ord.), h. 5s. ' Zinc- Corporation (prof.), s. 33s. Associated, b. 26s. Gd;, a. 2Gs. l0id. Northern, b. 8s. 0d., s. 9s. Id. Break O' Day, b. O'/jd., s. 7d. Chafiers, sales 7s. 2d. 7s. 7s., and 7s. Gd., b. 7s? Gd., s. 7s. 7d. Cumberland, sales 4s. 4d., b. ,4s., 4d. Go Men Ridge, sales 28s., s. 28s. Golden Polo, b. Is. 4d., s. Is. .od. . , Boulder, sales 28s; 3d. and 28s. lid., 1). 28s. 1 '/;d. s. 28s. 3d. Boulder One, s. 9s. 8d. -, Main Reef, sales, 7s. 9d.,and 7s. Sd., b. 7s. 7d. s. 7s. 8d. ?? ,— ? Porsoveraaieo, sales 7s._9d., 7s. lid., and 7s. 10d;, h. 7s. 10d., s. 7s. lid. ? Greenmount, b. w '/idi, s. lid. . Ilainhnult, b. 12s. 9(1. ?,-. ~ ? Ilannan's Star, sales 0s. 9d., 0s.- 9d., u. Lakeview Consols, b. . 15s. Id., s. 15s. 0(1. Mara...

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Summer Hurrying up on the Barrier. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

Summer Hurrying up on the Barrier. Barricrites boro tho exceedingly sul try weather yesterday with becoming meekness. Tho sudden heat wave, lioivovcr, is very trying.' Tlio maximum tein]K-r:ituro recorded oil tlio official ili slriiincnts was 1.04.2 degrees at 3.30 p.m. I'll maximum for the day before was 94. o dogrcos, ho that yesterday's increase in temperature amounted to about 10 degrees. During tho night previous the minimum recorded was C9.5. degrees.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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AMUSEMENTS. SAYER'S ALL STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

AMUSEMENTS.' - ' I ? SAYER'S ALL STARS.. The All Star Company, which left Broken Ilill about three weeks ago, is announced to, re-open in the Crystal Theatre on tile 14Ui instant. At present the . company, which is under, the man ngement, of Mr. Arthur Morlcy,' is visit .iie ,™uui iA.uairiiuiiuM.owiiH, including Kadina, .Wallaroo, Moontn, Laura, Glad stone, Crystal Brook, and other places, Prominent amongst the new-comers, will lie the : w.orl(l-famed Abdullali's. Arabs. Air. Sayers lias made special arrange nieiits with Mr. Harrj' Rickards for the apiicarance in Broken Hill of these won derful athletes, and, in consequence, has gone to aii enormous expense,' having to pay them, a fee of £230 per week. Through the entailment of this enormous expense their season is limited to three nights .only, so that lovers .ol a good show .should not miss tlie opportunity of seeing such clever perlorniers — a chance winch, may. not occur again. ? They will be supported by -a - particularly stron...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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RECEPTION TO MISS BRUGGEMANN [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

RECEPTION TO MISS BBllG&EMNN 1 At the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. | Charles Jloore, the members of tho | Quartette Club and their friends as- | semblcd 'at Portland House last night | to meet Miss Bruggemann, who had | expressed , the great ' pleasure i she felt and tho great and H willing services rendered to her oy fl tho Society and tlieir energetic and pop- I ular leader (Mr. B. James) and her I desire to meet the members and- their I friends individually. Owing to the lios- I pitality of Mr. and Mrs. Moore this de- I sire materialised, last night into a most I cnioyablo semi-oiiidoor entertainment. I Tho hostess - (Mrs. Moore), who was . ? robed: in- white embroidered muslin, ? with Miss Bruggemann (dressed elabor- ? atelv in pink silk and over-dress of 9 handsome embroidered net) received M tho , guests 011 the verandah, which was J|H enclosed and furnished for the occasion. There were some pretty frocks worn. JgH Amoiigst the ladies present were:— Mes- dames' McKcnsey,...

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EMPIRE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

EMPIRE HALL. An appreciative audience witnessed tllio new. artists and now, items 'at the - Empiro Hall last night. The programme was well diversified and the living pic tures well; selected. Miss- Ivey Leslie mado lier rc-appearaneo in scrio items^ n™r™ tin, ct.ill l,.'o of bringing tho smiles 'to tlvo surfaco by his low comedy turns, while Miss Kitty Stanley, who is a. very: sweet and unassuming singer, was distinctly suc (lessful in . ballads. Blucli Jones . -sang ?'Pretty Little Dina, Let Me Hold Your Haiid,' in-such stylo that hot less -than two recalls would satisfy tho audienco. His clog-dancing is something out of tho common, and tho .audienco was not slow to recognise tho fact The Harris sisters wero pleasing in tlieir song and daneo turns,' and Bert ' Thomas sang popular ballads, which will become popular. The pictures included a lino lilm called ?' A Child's Prayer.' Miss .Daisy: Chard was musical directress. Tho ..evening was brought to an end .wifcli a humorous farcc by...

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

SENSATION AT THE CIRCUS. Jjast niglit the' manager at the. circus announced that- the present season would beextondod'till next Tuesday, ivitih a inatineo on Saturday and a change of programme Irom that day daily to tho closing performance - , Tt is ns fine a show as anv lover of good riding, line animals, and clever acrobats- can wish. What a splendid horse it is that eleared the six-foot hur dle—a handsome jumper; well handled. Equally notable, but in quite another way. is the example of high school' rid- ing of Mrs. Fitzgerald' on 'St. George.'. Often enough there is only too . much reason to believe that a hard bit and spurs are used to mako a daring jenny prance and caracole and waltz, but Mrs.: Fitzgerald dismounts, takes oil' . the bridle, and 'St.; George' repeats his polka with 110 further help, than the lady's nod. The dogs supply a charming entree— ] it is so evident that the (logs enjoy turn- I spokessof the carriage wTieel, and 'skip- ping. What the walking ponies: thin...

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

AMUSEMENTS. Doors Open nt .1 o'clock. Commence at .3.30. children admitted to all parts fob'sixpbncb. The 'Frogi-amme exactly ns nt Niglit, with additional nets designed specially to please the Young Folk. All .Seated in tlio Sliado Pavilion. — — - ? ; ; ; i, .\ST FOUR NIGHTS. , ' SKATING RINK.' ' ' ' . - 'V Under,1 tlio direction of ? SAYERS, . CREMER. ? ' ?/ : F1IZGEBALP7S With'its hundred and one Novelties, its Delightful Equestrian Acts, ??.iiiul its' ? Thrillimr Sensations, is nightly filling tho hugo tent to its greatest capacity. : ' THE TALK - THE FIVE FLYING HERBERTS, THE ONE. . OF THE ?? ?? The Human Aeroplanes. GREAT. ? TOWN.: .ROSE WENTWORTH, tho Dashing . TOPIC. ? ' ' ' . ? ? Equestrienne. :''??'' ; '- r ! ? . .. THR WONDERFU 1/ WALHALLAS. The Marvellous 'Shawl's Three-horse .Ac t. Mrs. Tom Fitzgerald's HigliljvEdu-' cated Horses. ? - „ ? i, ' THE 'BEST CIRCUS -YRT SEEN' IN BROKEN 'HILL. _ ' , One I-iiindral. Horses and Ponies. Twenty-five Star Acts. _ ? 31AT1NEE SATURD...

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SCHOOL PHYSICAL D[?]SPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

SCHOOL PHYSICAL SBSPLAY. iilverydne recognises how tho develop ment of the mind is associated with the development* ot the body, and this is more particularly recognised uy those who arev responsible ior the erudition of the rising generation. Recognising tins fact, the Alma . Public School stall have made it an annual practice to demonstrate'- tho physical abilities ol those children under their charge. . For: this purpose a display of: the na uro mentioned was: |iuici ou the Alma Oval yesterday- - afternoon. The ?? attendance was. only , meagre. . ? . Usually; pliy3ical displays are limited to only' the senior portion of the schools, but in tins ca'so. the wnole school, right i from_thc infants' class to the senior] classes, were represented. Although the work ot the nilants may not have ap peared as strenuous and as -flushed as their elder comrades still the skill and precision with which they executed then: portion of the programme was enough to evoke the hearty applause ol thos...

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

AUCTION SALES. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TUESDAY NEXT, at 11 o'clock. - Chapplo Strcot, botwocn. Zebina and Brazil Street. . HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of Five Rooms. - Now .dough: and Warren ORGAN. W. J. HUGHES ' '.IT? TILL sell as abovo, on account of ? VV J. Hughes, Esq., who is leav ing for Queensland. $ 310.

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THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

THE SPORTING WORLD. — ! ? -o ? (Uy ' Grand Flaneur.')- , TUFT3 OF TURF. \ W. Evans, who rode last year's Mel bourne Cup winner, Apologue, nnd who wont to' England to ride, nnd from there to -India, where lie . came under the ^dis- pleasure of tho stewards a few. weeks back, is again riding,- and at Poona.on September 23 landed. the Australian inare Rustill a winner in the Paddock Plate. Several of tlio youngsterg at Flcm ington have been suffering from , shin soreness. Santos was one slightly, af fected that way, and as Jb3. Lynch, his trainer, thinks too highly ..of the son of Air Motor to take nny risks, the colt has boon sent to his owner's Sinpicy Stud farm, near Warrnambool. _ Carbine's stock are doing fairly well in England this season;- - AVhen the last mail left they had won - 14 races, value £0571. The old fellow' 'was 'tenth on tho winning sires' list. 'The Special Commissioner' , says 'that, .the colt out of Go.'dseekiiig 'Gal, sold at\ Poncas'ter last' month for 1800 gui...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908

.BOXING. The -Sydney match between the some time retired George Jblins and . Arthur Cripps. is attracting, a lot of- interest in the City of the Beautiful Haruor. If Johns .can strike some of his old-time form, he ? should extend Cripps, but the cnances are tliat lie will never get back to anything like lie was a few years ago. Cripps, on the other hand, was never lighting better tnan he. is now. Hock Keys is at last out with a' rea- ? son able excuse for slipping lip Bert Say ers by not fulfilling his Broken Hill match ?with Bob Grcensliiclds. Keys writes;, to tho .boxing editor of a Sydney paper, nni after referring to his forthcoming match with Douglas, goes on to say: r- 'I am pleased to teil you that I have side-stepped the beer, and I hope ' never to touch it again.'. The: lightweight champion informs the Sydney man that he really felt too bad to go on with his engagement^ with Grecnshields, and did not want -to. throw a chance ;away with a man whom he would surely beat if wel...

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