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INTERSTATE CRICKET. First Sheffield Shield Match—Victorians All Out For 219. ["Truth's" Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
INTERSTATE CRICKET. First Sheffield Shield Match— ^ Victorians All Out For 219. \ [' Truth's ' Special Service.] . ADELAIDE, Sunday. The. first Intcr-Stato Match for; the Sheffield Shield Competition was com menced on the Adela.ide Oval on Satur day, when the Victorian team won the toss from South Australia, and had', first use of an excellent wicket. . ? The weather was. fine; and there was a good attendance. The home team includ ed Woodford (an old South', Melbourne player) and Wliitty (a New South. Wales importation). Clem Hill captained the South Austra lian eleven. The batting, of the visitors was disap pointing, Vernon (57) and. Carroll (80) being the only - two who were able to make' any kind of a stand against the bowling of O'Connor and Roy llill. Following arc the scores :— . v. VICTORIA — First Innings. Warno, c. Clem Ilill, b. O'Connor; ? 17 McKenzie, !). O'Connor . . . . — '21 Ransford, c.: anil b. O'Connor ? ? ? ? 2 McAlister, b. Roy Hill -?. ; . 4 Armstrong, c. Woodfo...
BULOW'S NEXT MOVE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
BULOW'S NEXT MOVE. - (Renter's Serviec.) LONDON, Sunday. Count Bulow, Chancellor of tho Gor man Empire, has not. yet replied to the' conciliatory suggestion ? mado . by tho Primo Minister of Franco regarding, the ' 'incident' at Casablanca (Morocco) where tho Gorman Consol . overstepped his duties and rights, and : the - French Commissary of Police enforced his rights V1U1UI1UU. , M. Clemeneau proposed that tliG Powers should exchange an expression of mutual regret. The 'Times'' Berlin correspondent telegraphs that tho negotiations aro making less favourable progress -than might be exppcted.
A PROBLEM OF EMPIRE. Sir Gilbert Parker Suggests a Conference on the Rights of Colored Races. GOVERNMENT REFUSES. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
A PROBLEM Of EMPIRE. Sir Gilbert Parker Suggests a Conference on the Rights of Colored Races. GOVERNMENT REFUSES. [Router's Service.] : .'0V , - . LONDON, Sunday. . bir Gilbert Parker pui t a question j ..in. the -House of Commons, suggesting that the, . Government should ' summon a_ oonforcneo of representatives of.-'all tho , colonies and doiK»ndencies to con sider liow tlio antaconistic views of wluto and: colored races, follow sub jects of the King, could best bo dealt with; ? i. Referring to tlio laws passed by Aus tralian ? and . South ? Afridan States, re fusjng the. rights of~ citizenehip to na tives of. India, 'Sir Gilbert Parker sub-'i mitted' that it .was quito timo tho Em pire adopted a definite ..policy, -as to i the titlo of ' a race in. - ono part of J the King's dominion to emigrate and i settle in another part. -It it woro impossible to secure the riglitB of free sottloment for colored races, it would bo wisri: - to consider tlio. possibilitioa of rcscrvingvcortain ...
PROTEST FROM PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
PROTEST FROM PORT PIRIE. At a meeting held at Port i-irie a resolution, moved by, Sir. Ren ton, condemning the recent utterances of Labor Member Newland, at , Jamestown, re Tom Mann, was carried without a dis sentient voice. The mover contended that such an expression of opinion was unjust lo Mr. Mann, and an -insult .to. the workers of Broken Hill and . Port Piric. The meeting terminated with three rousing cheers each for ' Tho -Barrior Boys,' 'The 'Barrier Daily Truth,'-' and Tom .Mann.' ? j' A Router's telegram states that Lord Northcoto arrived in Victoria (British Columbia) on Saturday.
MONSTROUS LOCKOUT ENDS. Lancashire Workmen Deprived Of A Million in Wages. £200,000 TRADE UNION FUNDS SPENT. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
MONSTROUS LOCKOUT ENDS.I ? v ? Lancashire Workmen Deprived Of A Million in Wages. £200,000 TRADE UNION FUNDS SPENT. (Reuter's Scrvice ) LONDON, Sunday. 'Tho lockout in the cotton trade is 07cr. ? Cotton spinners decided upon, a lockout to enforce a reduction of five per oent. of the operatives' wages. Ninety per cent, of the fodcrated employers .de cided to insist on the reduction; ' and ninety per cent, of the operatives decided to resist it. As negotiations- failed, the masters declared a lockout. On Saturday the Federated Employers agreed to put oft' the date on which the proposed reduction should take place to March 1. On this oasis both . parties agreed that work is to be once more re sumed. . ? ? During the lockout the operatives have lost ; £1,000,000 in wages, and £200,000 of trade union funds have been silent. The Bcttlement is to last at least a year under the general terms of what is Known as .'The Brooklands Agrce mcnt . [The lockout lias been one of the most wanton ever...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
HOTELS. Criterion Hotel, Corner Argent and Bromide Streets. TOM REID \ (Lato of tho B. II. Proprietary). has taken over tho above Hotel, and shall bo pleased to welcome Old - Friends and New alike. THE BEST OF LIQUORS. ? ? SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION FOR BOARDERS LARGE AND LOFTY ROOMS. Bath anu every Convenience. C307.300. (Silver Agje Hotel. ARGENT STREET. Best liquors always to be HAD. Beer Pipes Cleaned ?every morning. Customers may be assured that they will always got a Clean Glaps, Good Liquor, and Civility. c3U7 :33 '
SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB V. WESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB V. WESTS. Theso teams mot on the Alma Oval on Saturday, and tho S.D.C. were tlio first' to1 bat, making every use of a fail wickot, compiling a score of 163 runs before the last man was dismissed. Tlie chiof scorer was James, who just reached his century before being caught. His score included 18 bound ary hits, and lio nevor 'onco gave a chance. Othors wlw reached, double figures wore Byrne 21, and Zariker 11. ? The Wests had lost three wickets for 33 runs when stumps were drawn, Figgis and Elcy being not out .respec tively for 10 and 5. isbell sfeeurcd two wiokets at a cost of four runs. Scores: SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB.' E. James, 0. and b. Eley ? ..... ,100 Isbell, b. Putland ?? 4 J. Byrne', st. Duncan, b. Eyers-. . D. Zanker, b. Eloy 11 P. Whittington, b. Eley J. Tonkin, st. Duncan, b. Eley;... J. ?I. Hubhard, b. Eloy ........ .v.- „ 1; E. Giles, b. Whittslnro ? o C. Beard, b. Eloy 4 J. O'Brien, b. Eley . ? ft. Isholl, not out ? ? ?- ? , ^ Sundries ? ? \-j ...
AUSTRALIAN CRICKET IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
AUSTRALIAN CRICKET IN ENGLAND. (Router's Service.) LONijON, Saturday Afternoon. Thirty-seven matches have been ar ranged for the Australian~crickot team, including two each with Yorkshire, Sur rey, Gloucester, Essex, and Yorkshire, and Lancashire combinod, one eicji with the rest of the first-class councios r.nd nit-h Scotland, Cambridge, Oxford, and West of England cloven. Tho_ tour is to start at Nottingham oil May 6.
ENGLISH CLUBS. Are Under New Law to be Liable To Police Inspection. CLAUSE HOTLY OPPOSED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
imim clues. — -v — Are Under New Law io be Liable To Police Inspection. CLAUSE HOTLY OPPOSED. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. The Government has introduced ' an amendment strengthening its Licensing Dill by enacting that whenever the pub ]it Iim reason lo believe that « club is being wrongfully ueej, o:- ie the (iciir of drunkenness, special i inspection shall bs permitted. In such case the* procedure i« to be ii follows: — The Chief of Police must obtain from a. Magistrate an order en titling an' officer to visit the . club ipecltied ; the otiicer must, on the. oc cision of the visit, -go in plain clothes, not in uniform, but he may at hii discretion pxy the Visit at any. time within *. week from the- date of tlie'ic nie of the order. ; The amendment was hotly opposed; til similar proposals in previous Licens ing Bills have been defeated, and club premises held semi-sacred, but the Gov ernment used its majority, 'and the new cliuse stands part of the Bill.
SYDNEY CRICKET MATCH. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
SYDNEY CRICKET MATCH. ['Truth's'' Special Service.] SYDNEY, Sunday. 1 ; The. match -between the-first and sec ond . eleven's, :ns a , guide . to itlio selectors in .the Shefiield , Shield inatches, was cominenced' 011 the ? Sydney Cricket -..Ground yesterday. The second eleven , batted : first, and. scored 234.' for the loss ., of seven wickets— lleid- making 78, not out. . - The game: will-be'. resumed on Mon day _r /
CLOSING DOWN THE BIG MIME. Mr Delprat Says the Mine is Not Armed, Neither is There Any Intention of Closing Down. SOME OLD RIFLES WITHOUT AMMUNITION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
- CLOSING DOWN THE 116 MINE. If Delprat Says the iii8 is Not Armed, Neither is There Any intention of Closing Down. SOME OLD RIFLES WITHOUT AMMUNITION. The Broken llill 'Proprietary mine is not an armed fortification, neither has St decided to close down. Such was tho . assurance of: Mr. G. ;D.' Delprat. general- manager -of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company, lo & represent-. atire of ' Barrier Daily Truth ' yoster dny. .... . ?. In view' of the many -fanciful state merits in. circulation at the present time, statements to which credence -has been given in some^quiirters, a , ' Truth '... re preseiilative waited upon Mf. Delprat, in order that a. definite reply- might be given - with regard to two ?. of . these can ards. v., '' And what may your business be on this occasion?' enquired the mineman ngeiv ? ?? „ ?- '' Nothing very serious. this timi','' -was the reply, '? but I suppose you are aware that there i ave a 'number of very wild rumors floating around .at present i'...
INTENSE HEAT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
€1 NTENSE H EAT \ N SYDNEY . , Tho Sydney correspondent of tho 'Barrier -Daily Truth' last night -wired that, tlio intenso heat experienced in Sydney '011 Saturday was tho greatest folt'iii November for thirty years past. Tlie tempcraturo roso to 101 degrees, but a southerly buster at night causcd a fall to GO degrees. It was rumored in tho city yesterday that Mr. Tom Maim was leaving ^Broken Hill. This is not true ; in fact there is not the slightest foundation for such a statement. . ' ? . -... ,1 . . .
SIX HUNDRED NON-UNIONISTS. WHAT TO DO TO GET THEM TO JOIN THE UNIONS. ENEMIES OF TRADES UNIONISM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
SIX HUNDRED NON-UNIONISTS. WHAT TO DO TARGET THEM TO JOIN THE UNIONS. ENEMIES OF TRADES UNIONISM. ' The working class produce all the ?;ood things of the world, but do not.cn-. |ov the fruits of their labor I' So spoke Mr. W. Bosser, at an open lir meeting in Argent Street on Saturday -light, held under the auspices of -the Carrier Socialist Group. Mr. E. -A. Gad-. icy presided. ? Mr. Arthur Wallace, in a- lengthy -peeeh, explained the-prescnt-. industrial ntuation- from all its standpoints.- 'Mr. iVade. lie. said, liad felt lus way as lie -.vent along, and tried to see how public opinion went. Ho had had a fair amount it success so far as the Bulli ? collicrics .vere concerned. Tho indications appcar ng favorable, he began to see the possi nlity of liis being able to enforce the iidustrial , Disputes Act. The attitude if, the rockch'oppers had broken the main liain that; decided whether he could eii orce it or not. The Broken Hill men should come into ine; and recosnise that Mr. Wa...
THE BENT MINISTRY. A Minister Disapproves Dropping Land Valuation Bill. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
THE BENT. MINISTRY. A Minister Disapproves Dropping land . Valuation Oil). ['Truth's'. Special Service.] ?; ... ? MELBOURNE, Sunday. Ml. Boyd, who, on Friday, resigned from 1 the . Bent Government, has written a letter to Sir- Thomas Bent, in v/liich lie. gives as his reason for defection, the dropping by the Government of the Land -Valuation Bill and says, that ho sees 110 hope of useful 1 em si a tion from . the re constructed Ministry. -? , It is said that: efforts are being made to induce. Sir. Geo. Swinburne (cxMin ister. for Water' Supply) to rejoin the Ministry, by. taking the portfolio of hon orary. Minister.