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SYDNEY TRAMWAY MEN. FOOLED BY ARBITRATION METHODS. The Law Haggles and Hesitates While the Tramway Men Suffer Injustice. SYDNEY, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
SYDfe TUWAY MEN. fOOLED BY AliBJTRATJON METHODS. The Law Haggles and llcsilates While the Tramway Men Suffer Injustice. [-' JJarricr Daily Truth' .Special .Service] SYDNEY, Sunday Night. Mr. Wade, Slate Premier, s-pokc yester day with' reference to a decision «i»'.:u by Mr. Jiihtice Street last, Wednesday to Iho eilect that tlw Tramway Board had no jurisdiction in tho matter of entertaining tha -claim of the tramway employees with regard to the refusal of the Chief Comihissionor of Railways to cninlov; certain m'pmhnW TiiSa nffA... noon' the Premier stated that the Attor 40 of the Arbitration Act to intervene ami ask that tltal matter bo reconsidered. There is, ho said, power under section 40 of tho Arbitration Act to intrrvene in. the act of proceedings before 'the Board whatever, in the opinion of the Minister, public interests are likely to be ell'ected by an order of the Board. Different views have been held by Judges as, to their jurisdiction under tho Arbitration Act and Indus...
RUSSIA WILL TEMPORISE. LONDON, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
RUSSIA V/ILL TEMPORISE. [Rciilor'b beruee I LONDON. SaturJav Ninht. The ' Jloining Post's' .St Petersb.ng con espondent mentions that an cfioit is to be made to secuio the postponement ot any foimal lecogmlion of the annex ation, and that thib is to be done by ic sisling Austna's demand for Luiopean ratification -of what\has been done. A withdrawal of the demand is to be ic quiied before a Conference is assented to ; . and it is 'assumed that in the face of suJi a piopo=al Austiia would dc cli'ie to attend the ^ongioss of tap Powcis , an'l in that e\ent the Congicis would collapse without Rusbia being put in the unpleasant position of actually proposing its abandonment The Czar ga\e an audience to the Ciown Prince and the e\ Piemiei Pasilch of homo, bunging King Pelei's Iettei abkmg the Russian Empeioi not to en doisc Austna's action The C/ai counsolled Senia to displaj coolness and patience
THE BALKAN MUDDLE. Russia Intends to Make a European Conference Impossible. —CZAR TELLS SERVIA TO KEEP COOL. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
THE BALKAN MUDDH Russia Intends te Mahe a European Con ference Impossible. —CZAR TELLS SERVIA TO KEEP COOL. [Router's Service.! LONDON. Sunday. A 'limes' coi respondent at ])clgi.idc telegraphed that the demand put for waid by Scivui foi lemtonal compensa tion (as a set-off to the foiinnl annexa tion of Bosnia and IToi/ogovina) is ad mittedly beset by diflicultteb, but it is mged that if the difhcultics aic nisui mountablc the question of iatif}vmjr Am Ilia's action should not be submitted to the proposed diro])c.in Con fei once fcei via hopes that bo long as no definite do cisiou is legisteied against hei, &iman claniiB must mature and glow m stiength and that a better ciianco ot favoiablc consuleiation than would hi the case just now must ocuu
IMMIGRANTS FOR AUSTRALIA. WHICH MEANS MORE UNEMPLOYED. BRISBANE, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
IMMIGRANTS FOR AUSTRALIA. WHICH MEANS MORE UNEM PLOYED. ('Barrier Daily Truth'1 Service ) ; 'BRISBANE. Sunday Night Mr. Percy Hunter, of the N.S.W. Intelligence Department, arrived hero by the R.M.S. Marama yestordaj , after an eight months' tour in Europe and America. In tho course of an interview Mr. Hunter said that tho work of the Franco-British Exhibition had proved of ? t.lin utmost valuo to Australia. People, ho said, wero now turning their faces towards Australia in increasing num bors. Should Australian Governments be prepared to find money to assist a larger number of agricultural immi grants no difficulty would bo experi enced iu getting them.
CANADIAN MAIL SERVICE. BRISBANE, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
-CANADIAN HAIL SERVICE. ('Barnei Daily Truth' Service.) ' BRISBANE, Saturday Night. The RMS steamer Marama arm cd from Vancouver yesterday with a record numbci of passengers, and a, big cargo for Austiahan ports. Mi R M Coulter, deputy PMG of Canada, who is amoiig tho pisson gors, said that his mission to Australia is in connection with tho proposed All Red Route, or improved mail sen ice be tween Canada and Australia, lie said ho had boon specially deputed by tho Canadian Government to eudca\oui to induce Australian and other Govern ments interested to aot in union with Canada in approaching tho Impel lal authorities with regard to the matter Mr. Coulter declined to discuss any details.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
BUSINESSS NOTICES. IF YOUR EYES GIVE YOU TROUBLE LET us Test thorn for you at once. Very few peoplo havo Eyes that exacty match, and tho strain, is ^often tho cause of distressing headaches, which, properly-fitted Spectacles will al most immediately relievo. Wo aro perfectly equipped to Test your Sight Quickly, and our prices for Spectacles aio veiy reasonable, but of tlio Very Best Quality. FRED W. SHEPHERD, ' Optica n Jeweller, Tho 'Litlc Bargain Shop,' 315 ARGENT STREET, Broken Hill. 307. ? ^ TTSflLLYAMA HOTEL. ' » JACK DEMEAGHT, Propriotor, An Old Barrier Unionist. BEST ACCOMMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS AND THEATRICAL COYS, BEER 4tl., BEST ON THE BARRIER. ALL UNIONISTS WELCOMED BY JACK. c307inws:120.
POSTAL PROHIBITIONS. MELBOURNE, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
POSTAL PROHIBITION. ['Barrier Daily Trulli' Special Scivicc.] MKLHOHRNlfl. Siiiirlnv Ni.rlit.. This week's 'Commonwealth (iiinetio' proiiibilb tho clclivoiy of postal' nVt ices to 11. Vornbii or Charles l''icsh:nnii, 02 and (M iluntor Street, .Sydney: .luck Ili-yce in- Kcn.-:iiiglou Con sultations, Sydnoy ; h. fir Kavoncroft .md Coy., Korivst Chambers, St. Gcorn'o Toriacj, I'oilli , H. i'cnrsoii. Mizaboth Street, Sydney ; J. St. Albans, Mel bourno ; \V. .1. Diiiinc'aiid Co., J3ox 16, P.O., Coiulobulin ; Kunelss Jiank, Szab ancn. ITungnry: liiti'inational Securities Corporation, I,U1., ]jOndon ; Banca Kratilli Casnreto Di Francisco, Genoa ; and Professor Ilin-rihs Edison, JJing liampton, Neiv York.
"THE WAR OF THE CLASSES." Stirring Address at the Hippodrome by a lady, Socialist. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
'THE WAR 0? THE CLASSES.' Stirring Address at the Hippodrome by a lady,-Socialist. Jjist night at ' the Jlippodrome, Miss Ij. Aiicrti, member of vlio Victorian faooiaist l'arty, delivorcd an addregu on tbo subject: 'Tho AVar of tho Classes and its Settomciit.' Mr. It. S. Itoss' occupied tho chair. Thoro waa u crowded atlondanco. Miss ? Ahern, in opening, fcaid that the people generally, and especially the -press ana- politicians,-.' to-uay absolutely denied that a war' of tho clnibsos existed. They argued that tho worker and' tlio capitalist should work in haimony. But tlio capitalist class possessed tlio means whereby tho Workers lived, and dictated to thorn tlio terms on which they should bo . perinittod to exist. In tho days of chattel slayer}-, tlio master class Jiad -to' feed its slaves, but under tho modern cap hi st sjtem tho mrsler class took no lespjiibibihty in tho feeding of its uay-o t.huis Todaj, howcvei, the no'Lois woi-j beginning to lecogniso their common coouomiu.' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
.. i ? . BUSINESS NOTICES. ? '? %' .' D'uRieti Stores* ; ?' : QUALITY ' GHOGERS. ' ' WE CAN ALWAYS SHOW YOU WHERE TO SAVE MONEY. TAKE ? ON THE QUALITY STORES. DEAL WHERE QUALITY GOODS AllE STOCKED. CHEAPEST IN THE LONG RUN. ? BUY OUR TOOTHSOME FARM-FED BACON, SWEEf DAIRY. and FAC TORY BUTTER. NONE BETTER. . / OPPOSITE THE TEAM CLOCK, ARGENT STREET. ' 307..
BUNBURY COAL LUMPERS. Six Hundred Men Refuse to go to Work. Shipping Trade Paralysed. PERTH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
BOMBDRY GOAL LUMPERS. ~ Six Hundred Men Refuse to go to Worli. Shipping Trade Paialyscd. PEUTH, Sundav. ' Iho trouble between the Bunbury luinp ers and Millar's Karri .Turrah Company came to a head this morning by the men refusing to turn to at the usual hour. A meeting of lumpers -was held last night, when tho deliberations were con tinued till close, on midnight. The' trouble aioso through Mr. Balsloi*; local, manager- for Millar's, insistinjr on an ['Barrier Daily Truth' Special Service.] undertaking being given by the Union that before they resorted to extremes they should submit the nature of their grievance to the manager. To this they replied that they always had done so. Air. Balston held that they wore at the bottom of the recent ^ trouble in tho yard, and insisted upon a written under taking that in the future,' before striking, the ollieials of the Union would submit a statement of any grievance.- The trouble with the lumpers has boon^brew ing all the week. -» Mi\ Smith, ...
SHARE MARKET. ["Barrier Daily Truth" Correspondent.] ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
SHARE MARKET. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Correspondent.] ADELAIDE, Saturday. , Broken Hill Gas (paid) 14s. Od, Barrier Wharf b. 30s., s. 31b. Zinc Corporation, bale3 5s. Id. to 53. l»/.d, b. 5s. l'/.d. to 5s. 3d. Zinc Corporation (prf.), b. 31s. 0d , s 'Associated, b. 20s. 0d., s. 27. l'/.d Associated Northerns, b. 8s. lid., a Us. 'M ' Chatters, sales Us. Sd., b. bs. l)d., i Gs. Cumberland, sales, 4s. 2y3d. to 4s. 3d , b. 4s. 2d., s. 4s. 4d. Golden Ridge, sales 20s. 0d., to 20s 9d. Golden Pole, b. Is. 3d., s. lb. Od. Boulder, b. 28s. 3d., s. 28s. 4'/jd. Main Reef, sales, 7s. -Jd., b. 7s. 7d , s. 7s. 9d. '.„,., Perseverance, sales 7s._ Yd., b. is Hi, B' Golden Links, sales li-5. 2d., b. 0s .Id , .s Gs. 2d. Hainault, b. 12s. Ud. Hannan's Star, b. 0s. 2d., s. Gs.'-Jd Ivanhoe, b. .£8 8s. Lake View, b. los. 3d., s. Ins. 10'/ d Mnraroas, sales 20s. 3d., b. 203. Al , s. 20s. Gd. , , , ., North Mararoa, sales Is. Cd., b. Is dd , s. Is. Od. , „ .. North Kalgurli, sales 2s. 5d , I). 2s 5U , B'6ro...
TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
TO OUR READERS. Ow ins to a lush of lalo advoi tibomonts ib has boon necessary to hold over sot-oral special ai tides and features planned to appeal to-day. 'Has my boy boon a Iittlo defoudor and- boon kind to dumb animals to day?' . 'Yes, grandma. 1 let your canarj' out of tho cago ,:ind when my cat caught it I set Towse'r on her:' Wo wear about two inches of shoo leather in a' j'car; A j)air of boots that Would 'lant a lifotimo' would eonsequontly liavo to bo provided with soles from eight to nino foot thick.
LITTER IN THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
LITTER 'IN THE STREET. Sir.— '^Vhch the wind blows the cradle will lock,' 'says the nuiseiy rhyme.; when- the wind blows on the Banier, papeis iloat about the .mam streets as'' if the townspeople had been indulging in- a paper hunt. Why cannot some mean's be devised to contiol the fi affluents which de tract t from ihe appeal ance of our city and maj'. also ,be a source' of dan ger to the health of the iPsidentB 1 Could oiJerly bins be provided V ' And could, our eili/ens make a mle never to throw paper, orange pool, biiniimi skins, etc., on tlie pavement ? ' ' s. ?- Yours truly, MATER.
PORT PIRIE MINERS WILL TAKE 700. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
POUT PI11IE MINERS WILL TAKE 700. Sir.— I think, j'ou can icly on getting a good ch dilation hoi 6 in Toil l'irio, as we have about e00 or'700 nieinberd 111 our union. Wo have had the -matter of taking the, papei biought befoie them on more than one occasion, and most of them have o^p.-essed themselves very strongly on the mattci, and given it m their intention to diop all, other daily papeis and ,to take and suppoit then own paper. Of course, we look on the 'Ban 101 JDailj- Ti uth' as much our own as if it wore pi i tiled in South Australia. I would like to thank the Bairicr unions for the gioat vieloij- Ihey have won both on thcirj own behalt', ? and on\ oms, in b. caking up and 'dispersing, the 2\'cm Pblitical Union. — Yours thilv, franic rnrcn. A.JI.A. Office, Poit Piiie. t- - ' ? * '
SYDNEY EIGHT HOURS. Results of Art Union Drawing. SYDNEY, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
SYDNEY EIGHT HOURS. Results of Art Union Drawing. ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] ~ SYDNEY, Sunday Night .The prizes in tho Art Union m con ncction with the Eight Hours' Demonstra tion were drawn in the Trades Hall yes terday afternoon in tho presence of a large gathering, which included several members of the Eight Hours' Commit tee and a couple of representatives of Police Department. Tho following aio tho winning numbers of ten of the prin cipal prizes:— First, 126,074; second, 82,005 ; third, 139,303 ; fourth, 185,733 , fifth, 58,138; sixth, 45,827; seventh; 74,351; eighth, 102,713; ninth, 174,353; and tenth, 07,000.
STONES AND REVOLVERS. Young Larrikins Arrested. MELBOURNE, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
STONES AND REVOLVERS. Young larrikins Arrested. [''Barrier Daily Truth' Service] ^ MELBOURNE, Sunday Night. Detectives arrested throo lads, Richard Ford, Raymond Francis, and Herbert Francis, in connection with an outrage at Richmond on Wednesday night, whereby Arthur Hunt rcconcd a. rovolvcr wound. The lads admitted throwing stones on Hunt's roof and fir ing a revolver at different objects dur ing tho night. Ford says that no lireu in tho air when Hunt charged them, 'Hunt being accidentally hit. Ford is charged with shooting. Tho whole threo aro charged witHi attempted housobreaking.
FEDERAL SERVICE TRANSFERS. MELBOURNE, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
FEDERAL SERVICE TRANSFERS. [' Barrier Daily Truth ' Service.] MELBOURNE, Sunday Nicht. Mr. P. Mastcrson, telephone, attend ant at Broken Hill, has been trans ferred as telephone attendant to Hay W. Glasson, messenger, North Broken Hill, has been transferred as telcphono attendant to Broken Hill. P. llard rope, letter carrier, Broken Hill rail way, has been transferee! to Marrick villo.