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UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETY'S COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETY'S COUNCIL The annual meeting of the alien c Council was held at the Tiados Uall lasL night, Jf J ^fauh (picsidcia) being 111 the chrn A letleu was icu-i\ud fiom D10 D Kusscll of Sjdnoj, IoiimiHiiii; co]).i ??'f model agi cement lcccntly dealt with by the Ul -» Council, ami tho Uutru Mod A comniunication from 111 Ni'se-he, Adelaide, ic undated certificates, wasie1 ferrcd to the lodgo concerned ioi 'uiUit paiticulaib, , aftci which Council will deal with it Thu secretary read the balneo phect for tho jear cniling October; BUS, thow mg a ci edit of 10/0 'm hanl, whidi was considered icry satisfactoij, as t'io jcu had been an e\ponsne one ' The following olhcor beareis W'ie flic tcd — President, ])io A V Wjld; audi tois, Bios J Thorn (U.AOD) and M K Westcott (Silver City Lodge, JIUIOO1'') After Uiankmg the Council for cl^lmi; linn, Bio AVyhl mqicd a hearty \otf ot thanks to the retiring presidents, whifh was earned 1)} acclamation -The number of tia-vellors wlio ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

THE WEATHER. Yesterday's miMimim tempi'iatinc, t'n gh about 0, pnmt lower than that ut lhuibdav s?onud quit' as trying, 1 iact higcJv duo to the clouds oi (lust and goneuil oppiessivcnrrs. Thothoi luoinetfi lcgisU'icd K)3 deg. during the allen'o- u 'I'ho maximum, reached in tho pictious night — was a very high loadiuj:, as ilia tcippciatuio did not fall bi.ov 82J dogices. Thin sday, being Guy Favvkcs' niglit, nas signalised by much spluttering oi squibs, explosion of ci ackers, and aerial Ihghls of sky-iockets Cathcrino -wheels and othei wend spectacular fireworks weio also 111 gjidoncu. Bon-ilres on Waterworks Hill and the vacant space 111 fiont of Iho B1I Proprietary mine, weie gieatly enjoyed by crowds of child ren, who appeared to have an almost un limited suppl) of ciackcrs.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIGEON CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

PIGEON CLUB MEETING. v ? Tho Diokon Hill Fancy Pigeon Club hold its usual monthly committee meet ing tins week The pnncipal business tiansqrtcd was tho election of judgos, stewards, wd the foinnng of tho Echo di-lo Tlio dito cWidcd folf tho no^t ahaw was Novembei 23 Tlio election of judges and stewards lesulied as fol lows — Owls and Indian shakeis, Mi. J Mft\tou, blondmctleB tuibi toons, Mr J v]3is]jop, nu:n, 51i H Grea\OB

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIGHTING THE FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

FIGHTING THE FIRS. ? v At 2 55 a in j esterday a lire broke out in ^Ir 0 J Eastman's cordml factory, in Wolfram kt.eel,.icaiptMiiei's ueiic 1 being destioyed *? The outbreak was c\tin guis'ied bj employees Another 'conflagration qf a- more seri ous natiuc occuned at 12 30 pm, when a four loomed wood and iron lio*li&c, situ ated in Hj.ni Lauo, Kailwa) Town, was cotanj aestrojci 1110 nouso was ownca by a nun named Owen, and occupied bj Al.irj Bow en The nro was extinguished bj the Bngade, with 700 feet or hose 'Ihe furmtuic bclungpd to the occupier, and was msuicd 111 the Queensland v^om piiny lor 1.100 The hie was caused bj a pan of fat, which was being clarified, taking fire

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

Tk DON Tailors. (Opposite the G.P.O.) , ITinE CHEAPEST AND BEST i HOUSE IN THE CITY. . LARGEST STOCK OF SERGE, CORKSCREWS, and SUMMER SUIT INCS. ' ' / You can rely on getting Satisfac tion from us. Syd. kgersoa, / ^ Manager. __ . yOOK, HERE'S THEl. POINT. jLJ — : — This is the. 'Barrier Daily. Trutli;' but another daily tiuth is that 1 CHARLTON ? is tho Best Man to Purchase your FRUIT and VEGETABLES from. Givo Him a Trial. Best .'.Quality, and prices right. , J. R. CHARLTON, JIICA STREET, off Bromido Stroet. . (Lato Guidi's.) Watch' for tho Yellow Cart. *. - , c307-a35.- v, \t ; HAVE YOU TRIED , . '' ' lip 'E 'M ' P L- ?. E S1 J-- 1/. TEAS? ' 1/.-;- ?' ? ' - TEMPJJ3,- ' V' '-'' '.GROCER, CnAPPLE STREET,' ' ; NORTH'. '' ? - ' 'c312s:311.' ?? ' , «' ' ? BUSSNE5S '''NOTICES'. ' 'j. LAMB, ARCJiN^.' STREET, N0RTI1. l\?lophouo:399. ON SALE Wood, AVater, Chaff, Bian, Goal, Coko, 'Cliarcoal, Lime, Lino Posts, and Props. ? ' ._ o308tlis:120. , NOAH BIX, „ Argent street; , . Opposite A.JI.P. ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POST OFFICE THEFT. YOUTH ROBBED OF THREE POUNDS IN BROAD DAYLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

POST . Off [CE THCfT. YOUTH: ROBBCO OFTHREE POUNDS IN BifJOAD DAY LIGHT. At & pm lustoiuny, ri.mV Thorrett, a jouth employed by Mr Woodman, a c,\ do builder, in CKide Sliect, leportcd to the police that he was sent to the* Post Oflicu to obtain a post olhce older ..foi ?Co ITe hntl with him three El notes, one sovereign, tv o half so\cieigns, and a si\pence, winch was e\identl- intended t'o coicr tlie cost of the ordei I'lnsiash he placed upon the countci, while he trrncd nway to Jill 111 the ueccss.irj lorm When he i.ent to get the rioney again, it ^as missing There weie se\eral otlicrs 1:1 the oilice at the tune, and they left just .ibout the lure the monej \/.ia stolon The hoy went 111 pi.isi.it of one man, hoping bv Ih it 1 icaiin to 1 ecoi ei Ins niOiiej Ke, howcici, I6und that he h.id been chasing the wrong 111.11, whilst tl-e real thief had undo good his escape The lail docs. not think he would be' -able to identify the person to whom he haB at tached his suspicions T...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE. Senate Confirms House of Representatives Selection. YASS-CANBERRA CHOSEN. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

rimi capital sir Senate Confirms Hoas? of Rsprssentatives Selection. YAS3-0ANBERRA CHOSEN. [' Ti nth'* ' Special Service.] ? MELBOURNE, Friday Night. The Senate decided the Federal Capi tal Site question. Six sites were nominated, including Yass-Canbeira. Dalgety, Tumut, Te mora, Aiinidale, and Lynd!mr--t. Knowing they eouhl not win with Dalgety, the support'eis of that bito went, for Tumut, with tin- result thai four of (lie site! got no votes at sill, and Vp-Sa-C'iniluo'i'-i. mwl :friTimif. +?n/l iimM. !«? votes each. , Tltuiu was a tisll 2itlcnd..ncc of .Sena tors. A long diseuRbion ensued on the posi tion lliiiH created, and e\fntually there \ms a li'-^olc on vhc two site1, with the rehult 'that Ya=i-C.inbciT,i spoiled I!) vote* to Tuniiit, 17. 'j'hiM ponlimn tin- st-Jpi-iion made by Iho Ilqii'ju of i;epie--e-itativi'5.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL HOSPITAL. NEW WING NEARING COMPLETION, AND TO BE OPENED SHORTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

BROKEN HILL HOSPITAL NEW WING NEARINC COMPLE TION, AND TO BE OPENED SHORTLY. i ? (The extension of the now wing, for medical cases at the Broken Hill Itos pitnl is now ncaih completed, and tlic contiaetoi (Hi l'owci) tlunks the new building will be icady foi occupation about the 1st of December Tins will prolific fo» 12 u\tia lemale litfls and 10 male beds, and, if lcquncd, the new building etui be made to accommodate rioie paticnth As is geneuilh known rain followed by Warm weather usuallj rebulU ri a batch of typhoid (.ascs, so that the pit-sent ili\ v catlici militates against the spread of the uis'usu up to the present, the accommod ilion at the flospit.il hab been none too Kugp Vien Uie new wmg is complLtcit Jio'vp\Ci, tliere will probably be 100 beds available. The flower garden, and -other .improyi iiie'ius in the vicinity of tha br.iJdiiiK, are looking well, and v lici tlie iu\i wng i-. completed, this h indsoniL1 pile of Inu'i1 ings w 11 be a credit to C11 ckj JJi Seabiook ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KICKED ON THE HEAD. YOUTH LINDERS FOR A MONTH BEFORE DYING. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

KICKED ON TiiE HHD. ? -o— . ? Y0U7IJ UV.ZZ^.Z FO3 A MONTH I3E?O)7£ 3YI51G. [' Ti nUiS v ijpeial f-'s: vijc] 'ADELAIDE. luiJay Night. -'i jouth l'ameii ltoj I'eti'i ion, aged 13, «ho about a month .I;;o w.u founil ljing in an unconscious comlition in a paddock at Biompton Puik. du-d thi-, nflcinoon. It is thought that death lusultcd fiom a kick in the head by the lioi°e illicit he had; been riding.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEGAL ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

LEGAL ARBITRATION. The A M A ballot which com mences to day will decide wheth er the union shall register under the Federal Arbitration or not Tt will be a momentous decision iuul fraught -willi many possibili ties for good or ill to Barrier unionism. \ 'We^lo not agree with those il logical people who persistently '-ay — 'A'nay with Arbitration ' Arbitiation between opposing armies is imperative. It is the method ~~of aibitiation which i& the leal* important question - The political powers have ask ed tne workeis to ncccpt a legal io 111 oi arbitration to adjust the difteienccs between capitalists and workeis In most parts of Australia the ?uorkeis have con sented, and had experience of arbitration And what has been the ex periences? Almost everywhere the workers have found themselves fooled and beaten The reason of_it is a plain and simple one It is because in all legal arbiliation the capitalist class has the larger share of re piescnlation Also, if by reason of a humpne ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. J. H. CANN'S ILLNESS. GREAT ANXIETY STILL FELT FOR HIS CONDITION. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

MS. J. II. CAM'S ILLNESS. GRE/iT ANXIETY STILL FELT - FOR HIS COSJQiTION. ['' Ti ulli's '' .Special Service.] SYDNEY, i'lidnv Nicht. Inquiiy v.as mrde ,it the rssidence of Mr. J. II. Cum, M.L.A., this afternoon, and was, met by tho replj that that gen tlcnuiuS condition lomniiw unchanged from what it mid been diiii:ig the past week oi to. An opeiation l.as been perfoimod s-ince Ia^t lepoited. but the temperatuie of the patient fluctuates with gieat siuldcnncs&. and to such a ilegu'P as to eie.itc consid er.ibie anxiety.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

Barrier Daily Truth. (Oflicnl Organ of the Bainer Labor Fodoration ) Mamtainod in tho interests of tho organised woikers. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. PRICE, ONE PENNY Subscnption 13/ poi halt-yoai, iwst free to any part of tho Commonwealth. All Communications to bo address ed to tho Managing-Editor (Will A. Jones) i ADVERTISING CONTRACTS.— All Alterations must be m by 10 a m. oath morning. ADVERTISEMENTS —Casual .td vortiscnients will, bo takon o\ery u.iy up to midnight TELEPHONE 254 Notice to Conti lbutors — '\\ o ir \ itc contributions', whether favorable oi othcini«c to tho policy of tins papei Bo brief, for oui spico is valuable Unless otheiwiso ariingcd, all contri butions will bo deemed gratuitous. 'Barrier Piy Tnilh.' Frida\, Novembhj 6, 1908

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN'S SPHERE. LETTERS FROM SEVERAL LADY CORRESPONDENTS. ABOUT WASHING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

WOMAN'S SPiiERt . LETTERS FROM SEVERAL LADY COaaESPOHBENTS. ABOUT WASHING MACHINES. (BY THE LADY EDITOR. f Ji:sl fts wo had nettled (.own to hard woik nnd heasonqd ouroclvra, wo iiud that thtf'.o is another crisis impending that tiia industiial atmoiiihci e has bo '?oine fimowhat ha/.y. But Hi-it ue have catabliibcd our own papa- i , s-(inirfh!ii£ that 15 deeidely cora foitin^; X m.iy tell jm;, sisters all, that it's uocd to ))o alive tci-dav. to be ijglit in tlio jnids-t of events, dor:g a littlo. J'.ut grandei siill is it to have leal work in do lo: oui own paper. It's good to coiiii-. into coinn.unu'.itioir daily With tlie du'Ie spin U in our o'lior, and to know tint what is needed i;i -im mo,n niLiit— brain' ! — l-us fMtlieicd tni-ie. J irmombi»r once, when at r.ciioii, readinj, fiom tin- lesson thi' paragiaph : 'Pr.ij. Mr. Opie, whnl do -ou li'ix yovi V).iin-s with'.' 'Bi.iins, sir!' w.is'tim leply. And ns r. child I pondeicd— too diindent to ,\-k a question — what '.Mib liiL-....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MEDICAL CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

THE MEDICAL CONGRESS. We are following with interest the re porlH from the Medical Congress, being liow hold in Melbourne, which, Aye believe, will prove of gieat educational value to the public, 11s well as the medical frater nity. A paper dealing with the .methods, aims, and rcsuHn of medical inspection of State ?school 'children in Tasmania,- was lead by Gertrude llalley, MM., and should bo of special interest to mothers with children , attending Slate schools throughout the Commonwealth. She '?aid the aim of medical inspectors' work was mainly utilitarian and economical — almost commercial. ? Tcachci.s were educated concerning ihe hygienic management of their schools, and as to school care of any particular child, the system adopted was that) of medical inspection and aupprvi.sion. Details of examination of children were exhaus tively entered upon. The ultimate aim of tiie medical, inspector was to direct thoso children who were physically unlit, to benefit by ' tho modern educa...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

''?i'.Ifl BEER, draught or bottled, 'u.iuifacturcd by tlio S. A. Brewijt&gJ Co. in Broken Hilll, is not to bo excelled in any otliur part of the Common woaltli; eo ' .SUPPORT LOCAL INDTJSTltY.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

H ,$'. A. Erewlsag Co., H li m men. m R'EWEf5S and WINE and SPIRIT |j B' ME RC HANTS. Hi ])raH!?iit. ancl Lottlcd Alo and Stout, If Vinos and Spirits. . . , . ,

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

BUSINESS 'HOTiCES. T: -HALL. (Late Bowering & Hall.) AUCTI0NEJ5U, LAND, BOUSE, COMMISSION, and INSURANCE AGENT. SHARES Boii(|ht and Sold. No Commission thia end. Money ^PERSONAL ATTENTION given to tlio Collection ot Rents. Local Agent for tlio Royal Insur ance Company (Fire). The Old O/Rcg, ARGENT STREET, opposite tho Train 'terminus. If vou lequiio a house (puichsso or rent)* givo him a call. Socrctaxy, for the Broken Hill Star'-llowkcU So cieties; also Ihc Amalgamated Medical and Surgical Fuud. c307:3U6 JOHN McINTYRE, PRACTICAL 'J'AILOR. Export' Ladies' Coat and Cosliftno 1 n*O1182 ARGENT STREEET, Opposito Boan Bios. Carrin'gton Shades. BOVNSTAIRS , OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. T[S THE COOLEST 'DINING ROOM 1 ON.TlLSBAltRIEIl.1' ? -, BOARD, 14/ pbr »week;,,Boaid and Rosidoncg, 18/ por wcok.(stono rooms and lofty) ; Meal Tickets, 8/. per dozen'; ' Ciib Tickets, 4/ -por dozen; 'All Mca'ls, '? oa. * ?' '_ '.- \' : '.' '-Ir Our, Motto— Cleanliness'/ Civility; and Attention'. '' , '''/...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FEDERAL CRISIS. HO VOTE OF CENSURE TO BE MOVED BY THE LABOR PARTY. WHAT WILL DEAKIN DO? MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

TEE FEDERAL- CRISIS. ? Q. ? HO VOTE Of CENSURE' 'TO BE MOVED BY THE LABOR. PARTY. WHAT VVSLL DEAK1N DO?: | TuilIiV Spocial Service] iniLlJOirP.XK, Fiiday Nighl. _\ i f 1 1 tin' lion P.onus Dill' had boon (l ,. i with i-. the House of Hcprcsenla d,i , t *ii — .utc.noon, Mr. Fisher (Leader ,, in1 Liilm. l\ni\), in tho pros.-nce of c-Miil {.'.lloiicji, and n big attendance . ( i i'ici . announced that the Labor pi, i, i 'ml 1 not any longer ?juppo-.b the 1) ,i' i,i -?(?!- nimcut. i'i i- i'! to inliniatp Hint the icla 1 -' i[- cv.i-.l-im lii*ti.ot'ii them lulu been, ,i i, u'li, oi il.e most friendly ch.vr . iii alJiuiiiJi political ciieumslances B |. 1 ,'i i.i .il timc-j which :.ia ol.an em H |i.ili '? .'Ur lUllIle. ? J m ii t iioii'^Ii lliori1 kid been emlmras B mi - i mini iaraos oce.ifcion.il ly~ the B I'i .; li'il .ilwujs uiileavaied to cnopcr H ? i \ .i'' tin1 (ioien.nicnt. so -thai mat I ti'r- of inipoilauce to the Commonwealth I . i M Ii.; carried out. I V .n')' i- (.' tin- l'jit...

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TRAMWAY EXTENSION. BROKEN HILL LINES TO BE EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

TRAMWAY EXTENSION. BROKEN HILL LINES TO BE %' EXTENDED. A wiie was despatched to Air. Urillith by Mayor Ivey. a few day, ago,' as ic ported in ' l'/.in ier D.iily Tiuln.' nskinj. ft heu the, local Irumw.iy extensions wouU. be gone on with. The following lepl} w\iS lcrciicd by the Mayor yesteidaj. troui Jlr. Hann.i, Secretary for Woiks :— * ''Ho your wire ot 2blh nil., to Mi liriflith. Tenders will bo. called, 011 Be -'ember 2nd for the tr.imwny to McLeod't .loin. Tenders will also be called for tin line fiom Boi,\l Stieoi to the Oial a bom the !)th Dccembei.

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TRADES HALL DANCE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908

TRADES HALL DANCE SOCIAL. The usual weekly danci; and social held in the. Trades Hall lust night; in; aid of-tlu! Trades Hall 1'iind, was a sue-' cess both socially and iin.inei.illy, about 40 ^couples being piosonl. .Mr. Bert Smith officiated as pianist, and J. Morris and Cico. Capper as M.'sC.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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