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THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
TME SPORTING WORLD (l'.y ' liraiul Flaneur.') TUFTS OF TURF. llacing it times offers many anoma lies. l''or instance, who over thought tho old slave, His iionor, would ' down' tho woU-porformed Hotspur in tho Birthday Handicap last Wednesday 't Not many, I'll bo bound, elso tho Hec tor gelding would never have been al lowed lo go out at 10 to 1. Odds of 5 to 2 wore freely laid on th-» Agnopym horse, and his hackers 'can't endorse tho owner's action in talcing the mount ]iini:.elf. Elliott may bo ablo to ride at a shearer:;' race meeting, but lie doo.^ not know enough to compote ' uguinst professional jocks liko Mat tlir.vs. That is., ho. docs not know oiioui:h of the' riding game. l'er otlier department. Anyway, tlioso who back tho^ stal lion at odds on arc under no compli ment lo Elliolt for helping thi'm to collect. I'orlraps 'lie did his level best, but that best naturally cannot bo ex pected to bo tip-top. Any man who docs not rido regularly loses that firm but delicate touch, w...
THE GAWLER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
THE CAWLER MEETING. ' Of com so Loul Sapphire has jot to proio ins mettle in mctiopohcan com panj It looks is though his. onncr ib going to do nitli him just wliat lit. did with Comituoii la&t ^oai He got hold or tlio laittr— a Souui-enstein bred noddy — last year, scooped the pool at tho Hill, then at Guwlei, tho I'on, and at a fou Adeliido meetings Con viction \wis promising 10 tuin ^out a top saucer when ho -\js sent 'ac?ot-s to hive a go at tho boil or thtm at 1 lonuiigton Over theie, hovieici, 1 v- bioLo d.isn, and was passed out auiLC tliou J.unin\' Aiills ^lits boonr lookm ; lor auoth -i Ckjiiv lot on ? ?? feo lir ho jppcais to ha\-i got ono in Ljrci bapphne, but I'll bo abl' to tell detimtelv dttor the Gaulei iiio't on Monday ne\t At that gathering Bill i'la^ei's voij '^promising huidloi LocLning is not engaged, neither is «l'l I'uchic, but tho nppiopi lately -uam- ikI ^.'lu^ci Will will make tho Loid Cheal-eiheld gelding ~seiiteh for it If ho can doun tho i'luggoi, ...
B. H. PROPRIETARY CO. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
B. H. PROPRIETARY CO. ^ On Wednesday night -the water war. tinned oil undei giound during tip whole of the night shift \It is usual undei such uicumstimees to inform I'll miners of the fnctsin oulei that Un-y may fill their watoi bags on the sm face befoio descending In this pai ticulai case this was not done, .mj as a consequence, the niiiieis had to do without a dunk foi the whol' ol the shift, oi go up the shaft foi it ihe lattei proceduie does not ''niv men w oi king on contiact Most of Ilinm did without watci Ot late theio has been .i tendency to shoitage of lliii noi'^ssaij iluiu on this mine Slen ha\e often 1 ad to do without then tea on that ac count 'Work in connection with (ue water eiutain at Weathci ley's end on the h00 ft level has' begim A tiiu-v-ii)iul is being cut out of Tiio by u uailv of mineis, with a mow to r aiiyinij up tho lion sets to the 200* ft lew) It is lepoited that one poisji'j eandi date m the examination foi mine nun ageis' ceitilicntes which will laki...
LABOR PARTY BETRAYED. Queensland Political Crisis. TWELVE MONTHS' RESUME OF QUEENSLAND'S POLITICAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
LABOR PARTY BETRAYED. Queensland Political Crisis. TWELVE MONTHS' RESUME OF QUEENSLAND'S POLITICAL AFFAIRS; (From. ''Barrior Daily Trutlh's'. Own Correspondent.) ' 'During the past 12 months tho poli ties of Queensland have boon so severe-, ly ruptured that the electors of Bana nalandvW'ill 'hover forget the nauseous practices tint I'romior Kidston hap used to engineer himself bock into office and pouor. Twolvo months ago Wil liam Kidston resigned control of S^atr affairs because Governor Chelmsford iVouldr.ot^Krant him, some 'six new mem. lvftVCl.'- ??fJrt'-' +.llft TIt\T\Aii . film tnlinn nf , H -\\ n House. The Labor Party and Demo crats cf Queensland Parliament stuck io ?lr. Kidston. Governor Chelmu lonl sent for the boodlo and capitalistic! lsad-M- of tho Opposition, llobort Philp. a.y.d lianded him control 'of tho State affairs. ? 'With tho aid and support of tho Labor Party Kidston cheeked the 1'liilpitos, and asked for an appeal to ihe electors of tho countrv. Election day— ...
NORTH MINE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
NORTH' MINE CO. Last Tuesday a newly appointed foie man on the Noith mine huuicd below at 4 20 am jnd-,saw some truckers who had .not stalled woik I to complained gieatly to some mmeis a few minutes latei of the slowness of these men m 'getting .oil the maik' The mine is vinf ? ' tirvf ml ?fnii j . +lirt '. i\nti/I)f' ill ana nnca -*.'r»f the martinet Those who obtain work tlleie usually stay because they ob lam bettei treatment , than in some other mines Consequently vacancies do not often oecm Men who lecene good treatment geneially woik well, as they do not wish to nsls losing a moie comfortable job than is likely to~'be in eailhed elsewheie
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
^^^^&^-i^^^— youknowtlii d=jgj p;j=L suro boaoon. --f^Q*$&$ps-~^ Tor oi or sixty &^iQftf0$s&. years its lighb ''''''^WifK'C'' has boon gu i(l- ~%% 'is fir*1 -^n- ins tl10 sick ' ?^j^SI'-^k-^ * * and suffering '*-S §l'i\i&t\ 1^ ba--k to lho har' */ s^^i1^*^ n b°r of health and '' BticngLh Isn't that a rocord to bo proud of? For moro than sixty years has bocn tlio sourco of good health to many thousands of pooplo in all parts of tho world. Thoir testimonials como in by ovory post. Thoy all assert lho groat fact — ' Ayer's Sarsaparilla curod mo.' Woak, -weary womon, mon who had been tirod out and dis couraged, — all writo gratefully of tho good it has dono thom. T-hcro is a losson fbr you in this. Why not hood it ? Bogin at onoo to tako Ayor's Sarsaparilla. jLs now made, it contains mo alcohol. There are many imitation ' Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get 'Ayer's.' Proptred by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass., U.O.AJ AYEa'3 rm.3, the boot ...
SHARE MARKET. "Barrier Truth" Correspondent. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
SHARE MARKET. 'Bainei Tiuth' Coiipspondcnl ) Am^riATDC, l^iulay QuoUtio?is on Change to d iy in cluded1 — Zinc Corpoiation, b .i/d, s 5/9 Associated b 2V-), s 2d/(l Xoithun, 1) 8/, s 0/2 Challeis, sales 7/10, 8/, 7/0, to 7/7, b 7/7, s 7/9 fiolden Ridge, s. 28/.) Bouldu, sales 28/1'/., 2S/, and 27/10'/, b 27/'), & 2S/ Boulder Ones sales -)/G, s 0/0 Hainault, s li/'l Hannan's £-lai, siles 0/S, G/0 to G/0 b 0/5, s ti/r, United, s (id King's Bluh, b -)y Bakei's Cieek, s 2/ Broken Hill, sales ,1S/G and 38A b 37/9, s. 3S/3. Block 14 (pief ), b 12/, s 12/4'/ Butish (old), sales 10/9, 10/71/ and 1G/0, b 1G/J, s 10/9 Butish (new), sales 15/, 14/10'/., and 15/, b 14/'). s lo/.J Block 10, b ?jl^J, s 57/0 Junctions, sales 2/0, b 2/5, s 2/0 Norths, b r-2/tt. s .34/. South Blocks, sales 22/, 22/3, to 70/, s 71/0 nouth (con), siles 01/ and 00/0, b CO/, s 01/ South Blocks, sales 22/, 22/3, to 21/0, b 21/4'/,, s 21/7'/- % l.uii\el Loch (paid), b 1/11. Xoith Kalguili, sales 'i-H and 2/G, b 2/...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
SWIMMINC. Tho X S ~\V Amateur &n nnmiiig As tociation has been established Yi years, or one yeai moio thin tho \ictonan At the annual mooting held in Syd ney last week, the report for the sea son J9U7-8 -was' submitted. The total number of clubs affiliated with ??tiho body' jvas 33, or a decrease of five on the previous .year. Tho relative utreiigth of tho clubs also shows a fall ing off, being 1,064 in 190G-7 and 9u'S during the season reviewed in the re the Council during the season was put [up by 'Mr. 'Cecil Hoalcy, when ho cov ered 200 yards in 2 min. 11 1-5 sees., on January 20, 1908. During the season 29 carnivals wore held, in which inter-club events were contested, and for which 1418 com petitors wcro handicapped. This is the lowest number recorded for four seasons. Th© balance-sheet shows that tho Eoa son was concluded with only £2 2/8 to tho good. Consolation, however, is taken in the* fact that tho Association will conduct the Australasian champion ships next seas...
QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
QUOITS V Tlio second round of the quoit tour nament, which is being played at Mr 0 Ffit/nor's Gaswoiks Hotel will be concluded to day lho promoter, Mr D ^Hogg, states that it will bo neces aiv^to strike olV tho list all those phyeis who do not put m an appear inco to-day The semi-final lound will take place next Saturday, to be followed a week l.itoi by tho final pliy olr The pi ires to bo competed for tot-1 £12
BOXING. Hock Keys and Lyn Truscott to Meet. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
BOXINC Wook' (Coys and Lyn Truscott to Moet Hock Keys and Lyn Tiuscott are low definitely matched for Mondaj, i^id Xovcmboi '1 ho eontost will take place at Huns' 'Jhctio lVnil, and pi onuses to bo an e\eitint; mill, and ono of the best ovei seen on tho Bar iioi 'Jho men aro ?well known in ISroken Hill, both thoroughly undoi tand tho scienco of bo\ing, and both i'io anxious to add a bki/o of gloiy lo then lopulations Kcjs is at DBvciiugc, training lor nis ngnt witn Aithni Douglas, winch is fixed for the Oth mst -Each will bo\ at lOst at tho ringside, and tho contest will be foi tho lightweight championship of Vustraha Tiuscott is already down to weight, having pulled tho 'adipose tissue off by means of, his work at Plooper's Foundry Ho starts train ing this morning
MINERS PULL OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
'''V, „ MINERS 'PULL OUT. * . - Up to Thin sday night a paity of 18 mineis were vvoikmg on contiact on the Pioprielary mine, but/ owing to cei tain things 14 of the nunibci 'pulled out.' It appeals- that the men had earned 10/9 per. shift foi the past foit niglit (1/3 .less than- the standaid wage for such vvoik), but could see nothing before them for tlie ne\t/ foitnight tin less the price set was vaned Conse iiueiitly they decided to knock oil. Un fortunately, fom of tho paily would not discontinue work, with the lesult ? ' that the good intentions of the foui ? ~ teen were defeated. Two or three bun ? tired tons of stone, were not paid for ? when the fourteen 'pulled out,' and by ? their action then light to n shaie of it ? is forfeited, and it will be divided ? amongst the four who remained in. I The fourteen men who 'pulled out' say ? that it ivn« (I -oitaint\ the puce would ? have been beUiM'od for them if the I whole. ]iarty had discontinued work at B Hie sumo time. ? ' At th...
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. ? « ? At the Sulphide Street Methodist Church last night the initiati\o to the Sunday-school anniversary was held The occasion took the form of a cantata, entitled 'T'le Good 'Miephoid' The Sunday-school choir, vvhiclr numbered about * 250 voice-*, took pait, and the singing rcndcicd was of a \eiy high order, evenness, and punty of tone, and clour enunciation being maintained light throughout. The Sunday school nnm versary is usually held about this lime i\f flw» vnnt1 mill is .Innlretl' forward- to by Methodists as a time to be cele biatcd. The ehoii, undei the condnctoi ship of llr. W Veal, had the assistance of a capable oichestia of about twelve performeiB, undei the leadeiship of Mr A. II. Itunlei The cantata is to be repeated tomonow afteinoon, and on Monday the Sunday school .vnniveisaiy will be held The seiviccb on Sunday will bo supervised by the Rev A W Wellington. In older to auangc foi a ba/aar, which is to be hold in about two oi three weeks' ...
CITIZENS' WATER LEAGUE. Is Willing to Die Happy, and Writes Mr. Wright's Epitaph. "AFTER DEATH STILL CRYING FOR WATER." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
GSIIZEiS' WATER LEA6DE.' ? .$. ? Is Willing to Die Happy, and Writes Mr. Wright's Epitaph. ??AFTER DEATH STILL CRYING FOR WATER.' What may be the final moctingof the Citizens' \\ nloi League, was held lust iiiglit in the City Cousi.il Cliainboi,. Llio / Mayor (Aid .T «H. Ivc.\)*9b the than. lief ore the mpcting was founally open ed, Mr. Ivov mini mod those present that Hie secrctnij, Ml 33 V llcilkin, 'had been taken voiv ill, and as lie had po~ ? ? session of lite book* onlj lough minutes \v(-rn iLVllilllblc. ^B Mr. Ivej was appointed aclingsecre ? tan: , H The Ma.voi stated that a letter had ^H ?lieen received by the Cilj Council, signed ? by Mr. T. Ivoy, without any statement H that he was acting secietaiy It would ^H go before the Health Committee Ji ^H dealt with the matter of filth from Me ^H Ciilloch Pink finding its way into the H Stephen's Creek reservoir ? Mr. Ivey explained that JIi Bclkin, H king ill, find asked limi to wnle the ? letter. H The Mayor informed the meeting...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
CRICKET. A team from tho Y M C A will play tlio Hillsides Tho Y M C A olcvcn will bo ohosen from — Najlor, Martin, , Lo Sbnef, Bishop, Jhonson, Rundlo, Hall, Sorneivill', Engleby (cap tain), Favvcott, Richards, Orton,. Jones, and Thorn.
BARRIER RANGES' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
BARRIER RANCES' CRICKET AS SOCIATION, Tho mat* lies in this 'ssociation will bo -continued on tho AVestonx and Aima Ov aJs this afteri oon Play will commonco ab 3 p m Tho following' have been rhoson to represent the Y AI C A in the riitc'i again' t th-» Public Service team — Nojo, '\\ mcey, Ram, Raw lings, Cople\, Morgan, Jinks (captain), Tiestrail, Dowhng, Llojd, and Surunei v lib , emergencies, Jonos and ?Bidwell ;
FOOTBALL TROPHY PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
FOOTBALL TROPHY PRESENTA TION. Tho delegates of the Bamcr Rangos' Football Association (B Giadc) mot tho other evening at tho Royal Hotel, foi tho purpose of piesenting tho trop hy presented by Mi T C Tait for tho season 1907-8 to tho promiers (Young Collingwoods) Mi A F Soundman undo tlio presentation, and proposed at the- s.amo time the toibt ot 'Th« Pienuers ' Messrs A Diwbon and M Bond res ponded Seve-ml othei toasts weie honored, including 'The Pation' (Mi T C Tait), ' Uwpi'-oo,' a'ld 'The Chairman '