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MELBOURNE CUP WINNERS. WHAT BECOMES OF THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
MELBOURNE CUP WINNERS. ', .WHAT BECOMES OF THEM . ? . A few particulars concerning the after career of somo Melbourne Cup' winners should prove interesting, os pacially to those readers who had the luck to have 'a bit\on' when their heroos becomo famous for all timo in turf history. Looking down the roll of Mclbourno Cup winners, one instinctively turns to Carbine, who triumphed in 1890. Carbine won under 10.5, and subse quently ho annexed such good races as the Esscndon Stakes, All-Aged ?stakes; Champion Stakes, and A.J.C. Cumberland: Stakes. Going to tho stud ho foaled Wallace and other good 'iiios in Australia. Carbine was later on .sold to tho Duke of Portland for uljOOO guineas, and in England ho still holds his own as a sire, tli/jugh 23 years old. Carbine produced tho English Derby winner Spearmint, and only last mouth a Carbino yearling was sold for 1,700 guineas. Lord Cardigan won tho Melbourne Cup as a thrco-ycar-old, and his later i'latc, and Cumberland Stakes. Tlio victo...
ACCIDENT AT THE PROPRIETARY MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
ACCIDENT AT THE PROPRIETARY MIME. About 10 o'cocl: last night tho am bulance icccived., a call irom tho Pro pneraiy M1110. L. iieaumont, n minor aged 27, niariied, was working ofi tho 300ft. level of Block 13. flo was engaged in burring down some rock, when a pieeo came away and fell on Beaumont's, loot, sevejoly lacerating two ol his toes. Tho uuloi tunato ma). buU'ercd. cioiisidorable pain. Ho was taken to .his homo in Mica Slieet, oil Oxido Street.
WALLABIES BEAT YORKSHIRE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
WALLABiES BEAT, YORKSHIRE. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Friday. In a match between the New South Wales Eugby footualleis and a York shire team yestemay the Wallabies won by three goals six tries to one goal throe tries; llardcnstlc mid' j)ean scored the tries in the iirst half, and Messenger, who has recovered from his recent in jury, converted tho second. .Australian? 'improved in the second half; .Messenger, Walsh, Holloway, and O'Alally secured the tries, and Messenger, again en trusted wilh the honor, converted two.
VOLUNTEER FIREMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
' VOLUNTEER FIREMEN. Four now hands havo been introduced into the Broken Hill Puo Brigalde quitu recently. It is tlio usual praetioo when new blood is iniuscd into tlio Brigade to givo thorn praetioo and educate them to 1/ho uso of tho hose, harnessing hoisos, attending to th'o geneial ctiuip cidental to a iiio-eall. One of these demonstrations was hold 'at tho Fire citation last night,' when tli'e men wont through tho drill of running out the hose, - and harno3sing tho horses, oc cupying about, half an. hour. Tho liorso drill was under tho super vision of Superinlendenl, Lamborne, and the hoso work was diiectcd by Fireman ,J. Nulty: - * Uarrioiitos will' bo ''pleased to loarn that' a largo benefit concert is being ar ranged for Jlr Sam Deed — tho well * known member of' the' A.M.A., and A'.L.F. — to bo hold on Monday, tho 16th instant. Tho concert is being or ganised and arranged by jMifcS Jean Bulb, nnd' will be held in the Town Hall.. An adv'orliseme'nt appears in 'to-ilay's issu...
SUFFRAGETTES' MEETING. LIVELY SCENE IN HOLLOWAY GAOL—ATTEMPT TO RUSH WARDRESS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
SUFFRAGETTES' MEETING. : ?.'.;?' ? 'i LIVELY SCENE IM HOLLOWAY 'CAOL-^ATTEMPT TO RUSH ' WARDRESS. 'Iteuter's Servce.) LONDON, Friday. Mistress ' Dnimmond (the sull'ragcttc released earlier in tho \yeck by tlic Home Peci clary, on (lie ground that her health was U&iiijj1 injured by con fiueinent) slate-, thai Chore w.is a muti ny among the Miirnigeltes in Jlolloivay giiol on iSi'.lurilay. Jlislrcsa Punkliut'-l. wliilis in U«- excrcibii yunl, iriutl io communicate n-itlf Mib'-. Chri'-tabel Pankhur;t. Shu 1 tiler, by thu wardress, whereiipjn the other bull'i-ageltes in the yard cheered her, and cried, 'Xct us rush the ward ress.' The two P.inklnircls were, taken bo fore tlie Governor for tllis oflcneo i ngainst discipline, mid were sentenced to solitary confinement.
Two Wives. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
Two Wives. j The wife of the prisoner wag a witlior- I mi, anxious little woman. She Kili m,ar I tliu dock with lier bany in her arms- I the elder child, piteous in its ings j111('i I its beauty, half covered by the molhor'g ! skirt. The little girl put her finger in her mouth, anu wondered why the littlu fat man, with all tho grey hoinvliair on his head, looked so searchingly at her. daddy. The prisoner's who won dered if tlie policeman who had arrested her Jack' could sleep comfortably. I The prisoner was a round-faced, good- I Jooking young man, with! a face that J perfiap* said honesty more than it said 1 anything else. Impelled by poverty, h0 had stolen something of thlie vulueof a 1 sovereign. , ' I ?The jmlgo :wns: a small ana fnt man. Biit.for.all his great wig you would have scon that he was quite .bald. He was quite a model judge! His moustache was curled with perfumed cosmetic, and when he put up his hand to straighten ! his Wig two diamonds flashed electric ally. The jud...
CHURCH PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
CHURCH PARADE'.' A chinch parade, in which Iho two companies ol .senior Cadets, under tho command of Lieutenants Dohcrly and Diluent, will be held to-inoriow (Sun day) -at 11 a.m. In addition to tho two companies of Senior Cuttals, nil the schAols 1. llh tho e\ception oi tlio Alma v. ill bo lenicsontod This 1 1st- nieiitioned school will not bo lepiesent ed on ncoount ol its chstamo fiom tho town, and on account or tlieic being no tiam seivico on Sunday 11101 mugs All tho unattachetl oHicoib will alto ni.iich in the paiaile Thos« who aio taking pait 111 Hie march will meet in iiont ol tho Technical College at 10 13 a 111 , maich tbwn Blende Sbtiect to O\ido fetioot, theiico to tho Chinch of Kns land, in Lane Stipot, 1. heio tho com panies will dispeiso and go to then unions place-) ot w 01 ship The lliokon Hill Uiass JJind will lead tho pu.uto and rondci appiopnato music Ihe soimon at tho Lane Sticct Chinch will bo prcichcd by Ciplam tho Uci N D tloiiniK, chaplain of tho Common weal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
N- BUSINESS NOTICES. I SHIPWRECK ! B Many a good boat luis sunn through a leak. Have your work attended toby. H Teag'ue and i$oi*, Eg EXPERT PLUMBERS ONLY K-I PLOYED IN ALL BRANCHES. H BATHS a..-» BATH HEATERS. SKY LIGHTS. ICEOiiKSTS our Speciality: M ARGENT STREET, next Scppelt and Son. ! H ' ' ' ' ? .107TItSX!o. B ARGENT STREET, Opp. Demo. Club. I ' TAILOR. I Tfoe Place foa? a. Good Swat. ? c 309WS: 306. I MANY ARE TUB ROADS . ' ? M But you invariably find yourself finally at GRAY'S— that is if you ? are looking for lhe.- I :? For AVIIO^ESOJli^BRBAD, Baked under the most sanitary condi ? '??-.:?? ..? - - lions; your orders must come I ? .. ? - OUR WAY , . I 4d. per TWO-POUND LOAF, and we guaralce the qualifcyand I ;' ? wei ghtv I; ' .CHOICEST CONFECTIONERY and SMALLGOODS. ? Our Social, Wedding Breakfast and Birthday Parly Catering I.: ' PAR EXCELLENCE. I ? THON E 418. I WILLIAMS and CHLORIDE STREETS. I ? J,,..,^rir- ? r- ,- .-C?0!^iTfi' fig6-,..... I ? Wo MAYGER I (Late C. Painton...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
Jir ^3^1 iL© You are Safe to order by Post, for we strive $?*-??-.. to serve you better than if you came to Send , ~ JfflfflJSBSjjfcL^ Adelaide, and sc SAVEyou EXPENSE fflr i^^^^^^^tesaiw- and RAlt JOURNEY. Posted. VI tiiilVeout^-NTEE' /^^[ \\ ° fflEL I If '$§?«' '''?%$*%?«*- / I V W f ? For Anything Required ins. your Home ^&%%%0^ ?WRITE US. ' -|p^& HOOPER'S FURNISHING ARCADE (ESTABLISHED 42 YEARS), HINDLEY and XEIGH STREETS, ADELAIDE. T IVE AND LET LIVE is our motto. Uuy from tho old established Sales J_i man, and savo money. Wo havo a largo stock of Now and Second-hand FURNITURE to select from. Tho qu ality is O.K. Tho price is right. Just landed, threo cases Half-toster B JJDSTEADS, sizo 6ft. Gin. x 3ft., Black and Gold, and Groon and Gold, well fin ished, lin. posts, 30/. Tubular postB, very heavy, 35/. You can get those only at SANDLAND'S FURNITURE ARCADE, 119, 121, and 178 ARGENT STREET SOUTH. Look for tho uanio over tho door. Inspection Invited. Tolophone , 2...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
HOTS Li Imperial Iif©te3U 0\-I)J I'M Kr RTJO'CLJ. llfj-L tin: \rosi nil imj: 1 www liOILL ^ -d-i tUt p^isoiiil M»jwi\»sion of Ui V npiictii ?? i.r r Quvirn liquoi-c s \ n covs si'aki re: ali:1 111'. \ou:d hoi*-b tor nxr.i.isn HiLl- \.SD H VLI \ P M MOCATUX ( ,i,1 i ?'IW'i j LSI, IE UARltlLiUIEs \ DAN CAREY new presadvs o\or th- (Jcstmics (and hquois) of the far knoi\n A.M ANDALB HOrEr , which is suffi oiont guarantee that tlit. popular house mil maintain its uido and uiiqucstiou ablo reputitiou for excellence of man Hgement and liquors THE LEADING HOTEL IN AVEST BROKEN HILL - ' ' 'Phono 261. _% c307m« s33C ^ I ' -I PETER'S HOTEL. Argent Street. J. F. HENDERSON (Ltito of Newmarket Hotol) Notifies all Friends and tho Gonoral Public that ' he has taken tho above Hotel, whore Cubtomere can rely upon get ting the Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS, snd BEER. vyiLLYAMA HOTEL YV JACKSDEMEAGHT, Proprietor, S An ? Old Barrier Unionist. BEST ACCOMMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS AND _ 1 THEATRICAL COYS BEE...
"BARRIER TRUTH." The Genesis and Growth of a Real Labor Paper. TEN YEARS' PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
'BARRIER TRUTH.' The Genesis and Growth of a Real ' Labor Paper. TEN YEARS' PROGRESS. (BY n. S. ROSS.) 'EiHTior Truth' began to make his tory ton years ago. History exciting and eventful I I am nsked to cover it in a column : it io worthy a pnge, an issue of pagcu. However,' Kismet— nad to it. Pregnantly enough, the blackballing by the mines of a-.good unionist led, to *' Truth's' establishment. Incensed' 'at the use of this favorite capitalistic Wcansn. Jabe?; WriV'ht and imls Rtn.rt.oil a sheet of funnioMties'' and advertise ments. 'Jack Shinnick begn.11 to hawk kerosene and the sheet at the same time. 'Kerosene Jack,' as he came to ba called, still holds true ta.t Port, Pivif\ Charlie Maley did the comments forthe little sheet. Bless 'em — Maley and Jabe/. still ..-live.' -Either could -'d tale unfipld of struggle and '.'.suffering — of frightened printers especially, fov on the sheet being Mipciseiled by ' Truth' no local printer would toti'.-h it. So ' Barrier Truth ' was sent ...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A VOICE FROM THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
LETTERS TO 'W EDITOR. A VOICE FROM THE HOSPITAL. Sir, — Broken HiU, the neglected, iso lated city, belonging to a Stato that haB novor recognised tho rights of its citizoris to oven tho commonest privi logos that arc granted' to all residents in overy other part of Australia, lias at last- awoko to tho fact that tlio do nothing capitalistic '.tools at the head of atl'airs have recognised that increased polico protection is required -to onsuro law and order, while, they arts trying tuoir vory oos& to maKO ^no woricern hero break, in order to make them buolloii tho Industrial .Disputes Act, that was hatched by tliloir foi-tile brains to 'aid' thoir masters, tho capitalijts, in overcoming tlio ' wage slaves mid bind them down with the chains of submission .? Wad© ? has got his answer from ovuiy industrial centre in tho. State with re gml to his hateful monstrosity. 'Jho timo 'has now arrived for, tho workovs to show thio politician that he is tvo:-d- ii'; on dangprbus groiuicj,...
A SPECIAL LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
A aVECIAL LICENSE. ' . ' Relating to the Quartette Club Smoke Social, which is to be held 'in -'the Town Hall, Air. Herman lieilmahn, licensee of the Grand Hotel, made application at a Special Licensing Court yesterday morn ?ng Mr. Heilmann's intention is to have a booth at the function; in order that the wonts of the thirsty patrons may be fully satisfied. Tne application was granted.
A Fortune in Specimens. Mr. F. W. Aldridge Breaks up His Museum. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
4 Fortune in Specimens. Mr. F. W. Aldridge Breaks up His Museum. Is Broken Hill losing £10,000! That is just about what llio breaking up of j.\lr. Aldridgo's nuiticuin means, if what the owner says is truc£ For years it has been 0110 of tho sights' of t'ho Barrier, and ho who loft Bro ken Hill, without inspecting -tho... spoci-.' inens and zoological gardens at Mr.; Aldridgo's hotel at tho corner of Ar-' gont nnd Kaolin streets iniESocl Bomo-' thing that is probably uniquo in Aus tralia. It is sato to say that not in tho possession of any other privato citizou of the .Commonwo'altli h' any ;thiiig' approaching in' , point' of ; quan tity and . quality that , of . Mi1.-. Aldridgo,. Urokon Hill should bo proud of it, and ybt 'no loss than £10,000' worth' of splendid minoral specimens nro- be ing allowed to leave . without' .so much aa a protest. It may bo urged that very few ' rosidorits of tlio Barrier ai-o anaro ; of the fact, but by the time this article ,is road, 150 cases of rich...
MOUNT MORGAN DISASTER. WORK OF RESCUE BEING VIGOROUSLY CARRIED ON. ROCKHAMPTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
MOUNT MORGAN DISASTER. WORK OP RESCUE BEINC VIGOR OUSLY CARRIED ON. ['Truth's' Special Seiuco] UOCKIIAMPTOX, 1 inlay \ The disc woik, liMho way of lescue, was stalled jebtoiday, and was in thu nature of a 11.11 low tunnel fiom flic fat end of the slope neai Xo 12 wm/e This was 11m in lor about 30 feet, but without success Then 11 tunnel fiom No 2_wui/u was tiled, 'with the lcsult thai Iho bodies of some of the niissmg men woie lecoiered , , ' Theie is only 100m for .1 small numbci of men to work, anil these aro w 01 king in small lda.is, which aic changed at continuous mteivals C Butlci, whoso bod\ is not jet found is fiom Nunango, wheie ho loiues a wife and three cluldicu, foi whom the com panji is making ciciy piovision Tho connections of Cluisleuscn imkI Brodcna aro, not yet knoivn; It is expected to haip all the bodies by Io night, and tho f uncials aro timed to take place at foiu o'clock to 11101 low afternoon
FRANCO GERMAN FRICTION. GERMANY INSISTS ON THE APOLOGY FOR ARRESTING GERMAN "SUBJECTS" AT CASABLANCA. VERY FINE POINT OF HONOR. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
FRANCO 6EBffl£H FBiOTIOl'l IEFjMANY INSISTS OfJ THE 1 APOLOGY FOR ARHESVfNC CER- H MAN 'SUBJECTS' AT SA8A- ' I BLANCA. I ;:; ': yE#S[, point of hohor. 1 il-'W.-v-ife-vriieuter's.- Service.1 . ® ''W^W'&y-lih , LONDON, .n-ida-;. I ,',Tho.';.!-Temps''*says. it would i1(! ^l(, n height; i)f-. foilySf or. -Count Bulow to risk £ \var \wit)i..-4''raiiec-j-iu.Uie. prescint tomli. 1 lion of :Europeun. politics, or a demand B Toi'j.nn.i'iyublogy.jijj-'regard to thu unfor- I bumitqj/jincideait.. at, ...Casablanca, in ti,(. I earljer'js'J:nge^//'p^.]'.tIie;''!Sloroceoii (igiifmn I whcjv-'lhe'-'FrencivvpfliceKvrcfusetl to re- 1 ;Bpect:passgk,;'iss'iiodyto,ithe.'Coniiiiandant i by;tlic'Gcnran(Consuli':v I ' .The';.iburnftl;.i=.ays;;al 'is' eonviiicid tlm I Chdhcvllor lias'.tod'.'much ''.sensi- tn tn.-., I the ;CpufsoJ6f /arbitratibn on such inci- I ?dents into^'a.;uiciajiiii-j;l«ss fiuce by de- 1 mahdiiijj. a.,1 ^prmiil ;? c:;pre8sion of regret I aa'',ttn;'iiidispens'iibic ;preliminriry t...
GOOD TEMPLARS LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 7 November 1908
GOOD TEMPLARS LODGE. o ? At tho mooting of the Lifeboat Lodge No. 938, Railway Town, held on Mon day evening, tlio following officers were olectcd' and installed by Bro. F. T. Lewis, D.G.G.T:, Sisters Mrs. Wise and Mrs. Bowxlcn (acting as installing marshal and deputy installing marshal respectively) : — lMJ.T., Bro. W. Gooley ; C.T., Bro. J. B.;Wisc i V.T., Bro. A. Harvey ; See.', ,Sister Miss K. Collins ; F.S., Sister Miss. T. AViso ; treasurer, Bro.' 'W. Linklatcr ; marshal, : Sister Mrs. B. D. Bradley; deputy marshal, Bro. L. Harvey ;' chaplain and regis trar, Sister Miss M. Wren; assistant sec. and preEs agent, Sister Miss N. Sara. It was decided to cliango tho meet ing night from Monday to alternate Wednesdays. Tho next meeting was fixed for Wednesday, November 18, at 8 o'clock.