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THE ROCKCHOPPERS STRIKE. QUESTION IN PARLIAMENT—MORE SUMMONSES SERVED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
THE ROCKCHOPPERS STRIKE. QUESTION IN PARLIAMENT MORE SUMMONSES SERVED. [' Truth's' Special Service.] ? : ' - SYDNEY, Thursday. . - In the Legislative: Assembly'- this alter- 1 noon, Miv;V.- Parkcs asked the ? Premier, i if, with regard tortho unfortiinatc rock- 1 choppers' strike, they were not dealing so i much -with tho. directors as with _ the Water.Scworago Board, and if tlio dircc orsT' paid tho'fiiies. on condition the ineiii appealed at once to the Industrial court, would ho stay further prosecutions, with a view.to a settlement; of the whole ques tion. : The 'Premier said thnt it was a difiieult matter.' to replv to such a long .question without notice. ' - As long as the law provides that a strike was illegal, it devolved; upon tho Government- to sec that -. law was ? ob served, _ 1 The . Governinent ?had no ilesiro .to' lie I oppressive to labor, ! even in1 the .present grave: conditions of. affairs. v ;Mr. Parkcs asked whether . further, prosecutions would -bo refrained -...
WADE'S EFFIGY BURNT. THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE THRONG STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
WADE'S EFFIGY BURNT. THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE THRONG STREETS. 4 : : .. . The effigy of Premier Wadei was con-~ structed of tlireo byan bags, stuifed with straw and shavings, and saturated wit-h kerosene, a tin of the latter com bustible having been used.- The head was '.composed, of bran bags rolled into a ball, and covered with calico upon which a somewhat fni-oe.inus ipnvoRniit,n tion of a human face had been inked.. Squat and' stolid tlio effigy sat in a cart bearing the name of an Argent Street business man. Two torches shed an -uncertain light ui-oii tlio fixed expros sion of the effigy's countenance. ' Mr. 'Snowy' Carter, having request ed the crowd to fall : in behind the ve hicle, the processon moved ofl', and pro ceeded down Bloudo Street to Kaolin Street, 'txj the tunc of '.We'll burii Old Wade on ; a sour, applo tree,' and - 'We'll roll the old chariot5 along,' with the proviso that 'If a AVade's in the road wo will roll it over him,' and other soulful' ditties. Occasionally a...
MOUNT MORGAN DISASTER. Fall of Earth, and Man Missing—Others Injured. ROCKHAMPTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
MOUNT MORGAN DISASTER. Fall of Earth, and Man Missing— Others Injured. / ? ['Truth's' Special Service.] ItOCKIIAMPTON, Thursday. At tho Mount Morgan' Gold' Mining Company's works a ' fall of earth oc curred, at the 750ft.: lovbl shortly before 'l o^clock yesterday afternoon.. Five men aro reported missing, and, in addition, fchrco men aro reported to bo seriously injured. ?? 1 ... Later. ? ?J. no names or tlie victims are -L. A. Mooro (44) married, With tlireo cliild ren ; Philip Martin (50), married, with one , child ; ' Fred. Cliristensen (35), single ; Mioliael Bombardeiri (28) , mar ried; Charles vBurrer ^40), married.' The last three were practically strangers. The 'accident happened- in the No. 2 chamber at 750ft. '-level/ on tho west side of the level, known as Ryan's slope, half an hour before - the con- , elusion of tlio day's shift. ' -'There were 10 men working in tlie stopc. Tlie victims wore -all close together. Mooro received a 'warninK of tho fall, and rushed over to ...
MR. TOM MANN'S RETURN. INTERVIEWED BY A "BARRIER DAILY TRUTH" REPRESENTATIVE. THINGS WORSE AT PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
m. Tom MANN'S RETURN. INTERVIEWED BY A 'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH' REPRESENTATIVE. THINGS WORSE AT PORT PIRIE. I A large crowd assembled at the Sul- H pliidc Street station yesterday morning H to witness the arrival of the express Hj whiehjiad conveyed the extra police from H Sydney. As it steamed in, Mr. H Tom Mann, who was a passenger, re- H ceived a hearty cheer from thoso pre- fl sent. ' He called out that tlie lifty Hj police had disembarked at Railway 9 Town. H ? A representative of 'Barrier Daily H Truth' took, the opportunity of having H a chat wi t!i Sir. Mann with regard to B his- organising trip- to Port Pirie. H 'How did they greet you at Port H -Pirie ?' was the first - query. H 'I was received well and kindly,' re- H plied Mr. Mnnn, 'by tho officials of the H A.M.A., but it was quite clear that there H was much curiosity - and considerable H 'ioncern on the' part of- many as to what H their attitude b1ioiuw_ be, but after the first meeting -...e whole body right heartily end...
LANCASHIRE'S LOBOR PROBLEM. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
LANCASHIRE'S LOBOR PROBLEM. [Router's Scrvice.] s ; LONDON, Thursday. ?It, is no yet decided : whether- tliero wilPbo' a strike in tli'o cotton trade in Lancasliire. ? Tlio joint conference of ionMlojioraj and operatives failed to comb to an agreement,, but tli'o men aro now, balloting on tho question of accopting or rojccting tho 5 per , cent reduction in wages insisted, upon by the masters. [Tho issues at stake are enormous, as tho decision will directly aifect tho livelihood of 3,000,000 peoplo, of whom 1,000,000 aro in tho mills and -in otlior works dependent upon the cotton fabrics, and the other 2,000,000 are their do pond'ent:). Tho main contention of tho operatives in opposing a reduction of wages is based on tlio estimate that during tho recont years of prospoj-ity tlio employers liavo accumulated huge reserve funds out of which it is alleged dividends could lie paid for a long time. Tho employers' reply is that this esti mate is erroneous ; that twelve months' continuation...
WEIGHTLIFTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
YVEICHTLiFTING. ' Another record has been established . in weight-lifting. -'Af the ?? Victorian -Health and Strength College, Melbourne,' 'the other evening, a . ^ pupil named George Lynch. a: '' fine specimen, of - an athlete, standing: 0ft. 2in. nnrl weiffhiii'' over J4»t.. lifted with two hands, a dumbell . weighing 1501b. from shoulder to arm's length 10 times, and ocating the established world's amateur record by E., L. Levy, England, of' fourteen times. Levy .accomplished his feat on January 8, 1S92,. and it re mained unbeaten until Mr. Lynch recent ly passed it by one lift, nnd lie has now added another notch to tho tally.
MELBOURNE RACING (OAKS DAY). ["Truth's" Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
MELBOURNE RACING (OAKS DAY). [' Truth's' ^Special Service.]. MELBOUHNE, : Thursday Night. Tho Spring Meeting of the V.R.G. was continued 'at Flemington this' afternoon, in warm, . fine - weather. There was an ?ixcellent . attendance, and some capital racing was witnessed. The Oaks Stakes was the principal event contested. Following are the results: — NOVEMBER HURDLE . RACE:— Two - nines.. KLV ORA (A Williamson) ; . 1 LADY CARRICK (Lyons) . . . ./ 2 ^RED FLY (Burns) .. .. . . . . .- 3 Other:' starters— Scandal,1 Rogue's March, The Winnower, Breloguc, . Tho Sinner. Betting. — 5 to 2 'v. Scandal, ,3 to 1 v. The Winnower,' 4 to 1 v. Red Fly, 0 to 1 v. Kia Ora and Rogue's March, 10-to 1 v. others. Kia Ora led from the far turn, and -won by a length. Time, 3.48. '/ SECOND NURSERY HANDICAP— Six furlongs.- - LADY SAN (Thomas) - . .. .: 1: IMPRINT (Smart) ? 2 AMATI (Ilickey) ? ..3- Other 8tarters.—Saltarc, Stfepping Stone,' Diabolo, Vivacious, Scourge, lldt tiilg.— 9 to 2 v. Lady . San, 3 to...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 6 November 1908
FUNERAL NOTICES. &nbsp; THE Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. &nbsp; &nbsp; TUCKFIELD are respectfully &nbsp; informed that the remains of their late infant SON (Leslie) will be removed from their residance, 414 Argent Street, North, THIS DAY, at 4;15 p.m. for &nbsp; interment in the Roman Catholic Ceme- tery. &nbsp; &nbsp; J. W. PENGELLY, &nbsp; &nbsp; Undertaker. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Telephone 178. z311. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
HOSANNA! [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
HOSANNA !' ? By '' Gilrooney.1' ' (For 'Bamer Daily Truth)'). There arc cquirmings out of number 'nealli- the Tall and Glossy Hat, Thorn aro racking giiefs unco'unlod in the oaken, Ilalh of Fat, Tlieie -jc. many Pad pultations wheic the Daily lakes its Coll From the pockst of the Tory ^(and his Pocket in hi.i soul!) There a-e signs of galling son-ow, there aie moans of shaking fear fn the ciaven camp of Judas; now the Daily Voice ia' hero! Lt tliall liso above the rantings of that qifeer unholy crow Who have jeeied it ?when it whispered, and who feaicd it, when it glow; it shnll rise iibme tho garble of the money -kings who schonio — And their plots shall fall asunder like a wakened sleeper's dream! Let them gwet it with derision, let them meet it with a sneer — We -M,i pass them, by in scorning now our Daily Voice is1 here. It is heio to lift, the fallen, it is lierp to nelp tho -weak: For the ones who boar life's crosses it shall ever dare to speak. Wheie a fiendish social system ...
Broken Hill Homes. AS THEY ARE AND AS THEY OUGHT TO BE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
Broken Mill Homes. AS THEY ARE AND AS THEY OUGHT TO BE. By K. L. J. Tin huts. That'H the long and short of the ' majority of tho homes of thfi miners of Broken IU'e. Enlarged keio, seuc cans papered and window'd. Often enough, no verandah, no bath; diunjied down on a piece of de«ert land; no pri vacy, no eucloHuro, no 'amontics'— lesii than half the comforts accorded the cat tle of Warrnambool' or the dogs in* n hunting country. Here we suffer grief and pain, Ilcre wo meet to part again — — a dozen hymns come to one's mind in dicative of the spirit that assumes life hero such a temporary detail that no tiouble need be taken 'to make-'it bear able.' A pest upon heresy. Half the griefs are needless, most of ihe pains can be avoided. The. Shift spent, below by the Man ia paradise compared with the eixteon hours spent at ''homo' by, the wife. In the morning, there's ? breakfast to pre parc,\tlic children to get off to school, washing seems to bo for ever needed ; dresses call aloud for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH' DELIVERY. Poisons desiring our p.ipcr de livered 'to them will please or der from runnels, or leave their , 'names ami addresses at the -ollice. It is not tine that any ' peison has been given a monop oly for selling - Ti utli ' in any distiict. If join paper is no't dolivcii-d satisf.iclonly, please , let us know. PROM 5'. OAMEKAS AM) MATK1UALS AT ADHJIIOE PRICES. 'JjJAKKK A !!Ol ? K, PHO1\, I/TO , kJ) \d 1 \\ |.;v,)T',s Hl'ILDIM.S, t''lH)LUI)'i STIMiKT, .V\i 10 SU-plu-ir, and B.utlett. KC,I!1\AK, .'''fO'l^iTAJ'JlY. ALL ojm:«ation.s in daylight z312.
REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE.' 'For sonic years prior to Alio winter of 1006, I was v troubled with a severe pain in my back, then ~ my legs and loot began to swell. I tried 'several (s-j-called) cuies for backaclie, but all failrd. In June 1 got a chill, and ic How to my kidneys, and I became worse. I called in a doctor, and ho said I had heart tiouble,- which caus ed the swelling in my feet. After talc ing his mediciuo for a time I got lib bettor,' a.s my logs began to swoll, and the pain in my back uas clicadful. 1 (hen ctillod in' the leading doctor, and lie told me my kidneys weie the cause oi the tiuublc. Hi- treated me, but I i;ot woim;. The ih.up pain lejt my luck, but Ih A swelling became umse, and a hriivj weight seemed to bo pic-oing o'i my kid ?leys. The swelling pabsu.l up into my body, and the doctor told a fiicud of mine that no doctor could eine me, so 11 third doctor- was called in. He fc.iid ho could cure me, but after taking his medi unp and undergoing ireatmenl, consist...
A LUNACY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
A LUNACY CASK ' ' Richard Robert Lipman, a middle-aged man of gentlemanly appaarance was brought up on. remand. The charge was oiie of luiKiey.' Dr. Homo stated .that he had examined Lipmau, .(ind'in his opinion he was sufiie le'itly ieceo\cred to bo discharged. The oasis' of nis lunacy, the doctor stated, was due to. drinking too heavily. ? The SM, in discharging the accused, warned him of the evils attached to ex cessive drinking, and advised him not to indulge in it again. Otherwise he would have to send him to a lunatic asylum.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
ALLENDALE SPORTS. ALLENDALE. SPORTS. BOXING DAY, DECEMBER 20, iaos. 'PROGRAMME: NOVICE HANDICAP, 100 Yards.— I'irst i)rize, 40s. ; second, 15s. j\om. Is. 0d., accept. Cd. SiLUKIELir HANDICAP, £15, 130 Yards. — First pnze, .C10 ; soeoud, £-i , liiiid, £1. N.)in is. Gel accept 2-- QUOIT MA'COH — First prixi', liopliy (valued Cl), :md C] added ; «voik1, 20s. Xom }- Gc! , aceopt. , Ih. (lindcr iho pntron.-.go cf tho Bairior Huuges Quoit A.saociniiou Trophy to bo s-^u at Allendnlo Hotel. 1 Tir/!'L\Ci.— Fir^t prisw, I0b. ; be - ond, 10s Cd -'om ]r. Cd Po-f ''mAIDKN HACK RACE.— Tit^ 30s., srcoivl U)--. About , 1 mil' .Mintiiium iioiglit fst. Xom. '2s , Post entry. 220- YARDS HANDICAP, £7.— Kust piize, .Co ; bocond, 30s. ; third, 10s. J\om.-2s., accept. Is. HANDICAP HACK RACE.— First, £4 ; second) 20s. About 1 milo, Nom. 3s. 6d., accept. Is. Gd. HANDICAP FLYING .—First 30s., second -10s. Half mile, Nom. 2s. Post entry. , HANDICAP - HURDLES.— First prize, £3 10s. ; second, gjs. ; third, os. ...
The Police Court. FRIDAY.—Before Mr. J. MeKensey, S.M. TRUANT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
Tlie Police .Co«s?tV. KHlDAi —Before Mr. J. MeKeusey, S.M. TRUANT CASES. ^ ' ,'? Nino parents were fined for neglecting ';o send their children to school the: re qu'^ito lumber of days. The Education Act of New South Waits icquires that a child shall be at school at least seventy days each hnlf ycai In two cases yesterday morning, the iiauiits staled that they were poor, and had sent their youngsters out to try and earn something. In other cases the ex cuse was ignorance of tlie Act, or tnat they couldn't get their boys to attend. Oniy in one or two instances was it ad mitted that children had been purposely kept home, whilst, in one case, the parent statct1 that he lind taken ..is child away from the Public School because, his lau ?said lie, -did not Jik-e it, and had aftor waids sent him to a private school. A few months had, however, elapsed in the meantime, during which the child had been wording. In one case, the defendant was fined ?2s. Cd., whilst in the other eases the line ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. CASH OR TERMS. Tl^H/f ' 15s 17 I TVQ T!ie CheaPest an-d Best Opposite Police Station. ? ?&., \^1 wl l\£jlll/ &J© FURNITURE*- This Photo will give you an idea of the TREMENDOUS STOCK we carry, and will help to explain why we Sel, CHEAPER than other Firms. We import most of our Goods direct from 'the makers, and save our Customers the middle= man's profit that they have to pay for at smaller houses! Photograph of the interior of TOM REID'S Great Furniture. Warehouse. ; : ,v WVF, ARE MAKING BIG RHDUCTIONS IN ALL LINES AT PRESENT. , «a, DINING and DRAWING ROOM SUITES, 6 pieces, usually £,'] ios, now given away at ,£5 17s Gd. If you want a Sujte see these for Value. BOX COUCHES, splendid line for summer, now £?- 5s. CANE LOUNGES, only 37s 6d. ev5.aw.\avo- * BAMBOO BLINDS. You will, want, one:; fi We; are just Sag^}J^yl'-iar^lt?llS7^r-.»1 ' i'^ffi^^ggg- a OlU ?lvl'K Ule!tl away at 3 x 6, is./gd; ^x.-^.^s; 6 -: ^^^lti£^^^^^^^ 8, 4s 6d; b x S. 6S 10 x S.^d;...
NEWS AND NOTES. The Pleasures of Parachuting. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
^EWS AMI PTES. pbu Pleasures of Parachuting. I .Mr. licclit', who will shortly shorf us ,ho\v easy it is to fall gracefully from the clouds, declares that it is the eas iest thing in tho world, and about the safest. lie has been ballooning and parachuting for 22 years, and never yet met with an accident that .would enable him to sue an insurance company nth tun likelihood ot si cm ing a fit sum A spi iiincd ankle, now and again, jes and a broken collarbone; but thesu are ?trifles. Positively no danger worth nsidermg At Bendigo, the jump was 8150 feet, the a\oiai»e 13 M)00 feet ^'No; it takes no special nciio to 'lot go.' When the 'chute is released,, a drop of 45 ft: will, unfold it, but you ha\u to -fall y00 ft befoio it is propeily open Of course, if a 'gicen' man took the contract on for a first tune, without a know lodge of ballooning, he would be incurring a great risk. We carry a. crew of eigliL — fom experienced aeronauts 'Und four helpers — and before any of the hittei tn'.e...
HIPPODROME SUNDAY EVENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
HIPPODROME SUNDAY CVEN'iNCS. The piogiammo at tlio Hippodiomo to-mouow niglit ib pirticularly atti ac tive ~ln iddilion to JJOUft of animated pictuioi,, musical numbers will In ? 1 dcied by the two Boinaids, the u.uiu tuio tiombono soloists. Miss JIaud Pomcrjy vmII sing, and Sir George U'ai pui will lecito Mi 11. S. lioss will in iko his faiewell appearance in Broken Hill, spooking on 'Tho Mission 0) Biokon Hill ' !Miss Lizzio Ahorn wi1 also spoik v There should be a orowri.^. house;