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ANOTHER TIMBER TROUBLE. Kurrawang Timber Workers Go Out Strike. SERIOUS POSITION. PERTH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
ANOTHER TIMBER TROUBLE. I tawang Timber Workers 60 Osit On Strike. SERIOUS POSITION. ['Truth's' Spacial Service.] . PERTH Sunday. Tho trouble that liae bn..-n brewing in the Ivnrrawang Timber camps culminated on Saturday in all tho raen &-iiug on strike. The position is Tory serious, becayuo a protracted strike will again throw the mining industry into din order. - Mr. I-Iolman, M.L.A.. secretary of the Coastal Timber Workers' Union, has wired asking for information, and stated that hi* union would assist to bring about a settlement of the trouble. He lias received a reply which says they think the trouble will be settled to-day (Sunday). Mr. Holman also, stated that tho amalgamation of the. Kurrawang Workers' 'Union with the Timber Workers' Union, W.A., which is practically completed, when accom plished will mean that the men employed in both mining and timber industries will be able to dictate terms to their em ployers.
TELEGRAPHIC SPORT. Melbourne and Sydney Races. VICTORIAN RACING (STEEPLECHASE DAY). ["Truth's" Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
TELEGRAPHIC SPORT. Melbourne and Sydney Races. VICTORIAN RACING (STEEPLE CHASE DAY). [??Truth's' Special Service.] . * '. MELBOURNE, Saturday. ? The concluding .(Stccplecliase) day of the- AMl.C. Spring Meeting was held at Fleijiington this afternoon; The weather was cool, Tind there was a good attend ance. There was : a dead beat for first place in ' tlio-. Steeplechase, and Thistle brook fell, in the Spring Handicap. Following'- aj» the results : — SPRING 'HANDICAP, 1% Mile. TRAFALGAR (Hickcy) .. .. . . j WE CROWN (Dillon) ? 2 VAVASOR (Comiell) V. .. .. .. 3 Other starters : The Brewer, Tiercel, Bawbee, Nushkn, , Thistlcbrook, Waiila, Pyers Mostyn, Doughty, Perilous, Even Time Loyal Scot. Betting : 3 to 1 v. Trafalgar, 0 to 5 v. Five Crown, 7 to 1 v. Nuslika, 8 to 1 y. Bawbee, Tiercel and Vavasor. Trafalgar won by four lengths from Five. Crown, Vavasor was third, a neck awajj. Time, 2min.' 9secs. FLEMINGTON STAkliS, 5 Furlongt. HAY FIELD (Smith) .. .. .. ..1 SIMMERETTE (AV. Ross) ...
RACING IN SYDNEY. ["Truth's" Special Service.] SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
RACING IN SYDNEY. I' Truth's ' Special Service.] SYDNEY. Saturdav. Following .are the results, of the rnccs 1 un, at Roseiiill this. -afternoon. Tlio weather, was cool and the attendance large : — . - ? Dundas : Handicap, - 0% furlongs.— Lord Beauchamp, 8.5, 1 ; Black Mark, 8.3, 2; Mnlteur, 7:4, 3. Six started. Betting : 4 to, 1 v. the winner. , -Time, lmin. 21^sccs. . Granville Stakes, 0 Furlongs.— Reflect, 8.8, \1 . Ulmns, 7.7,. 2 Toorumbee, 7.3, .1. Twelve started. Betting : 10 to 1 r. thb. winner. Time, lniin. lflsecs. Jumpers' Flat Race, 1 Mile 3 .Furlong'. -rMordialloc, 0.0, 1 ; Atlantcan, 3.0, 2 ; Dowdingstown, 11.0, 3. Rosehill Handicap, l]/i Mile.— Duma, 8.3,. 1.; Contango,. S.3, 2 ; Trajectory, 7-7, 3., Five started. ..'.Betting-: 6 to' 1 v. tlio winner. Time, 2min. O^sccs.
THE ROCKCHOPPERS' STRIKE. Mass Meeting in the Domain Expresses Its Sympathy. COLLECTIONS TO STRIKE FUND MADE. SYDNEY, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
THE R06K6H0PPEE1S' STRIKE. Mass Meeting in the Domain Expresses its Sympathy. COLLECTIONS ToliilE FUND MADE. [' Truth's ' Spseial Service.] SYDNEY, Sunday Night. At a, meeting in ' tho ; Domain this afternoon of the Combined Labor Coun cil and tho Eockclioppera there ras * large; attendance of tlio public, despite the nnpropitiou# weather. Mr. llroville, secretary.- of the Rock choppers' , Union,- . moved— 'That this meeting expresses its sympathy with the Rockchoppora and' those dependent oil them. ' . Mr. Bryant' seconded. , Mesars. Tennant, Ferrar, and Stewart also addressed the crowd, and - stated that they were determined ' to? go on with the strike, iu spite of the publish ed statements,' and win their own con ditions. .. ? Deputations from the contractors and i.uuivclioppers will confer on Tuesday morning. ... ? The proposals to pay^the fines of^tlie men, inaue by . tho contractors, is 'en- tirely unacceptable to the Rockchoppora. . All the speakers at the Do'main re ferred i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. ; ]fP^ You are Safe to order by Post, for we strive to serve you better than if you came to Send , ^ Adelaide, and so SAVE you. EXPENSE ,. for and RAIL JOURNEY. PRICE Ml ^ (V g* or Aiayfclhtir&jg Required ix& your Home WRITE US.. I®' HOOPER'S FURNISHING ARCADE (ESTABLISHED 42 YEARS), ? HENBL-EY and U£IGH STREET*®, ADELAIDE. ' J . POL^N^Ch'^^e' and CO.. ✓CONDUCTS FUNERALS at Lowest \y Rates witli tho most --xj-erieucd and reliable assistants in tlio trade. Letters, telephone and telegraph messages attended to promptly. Telephono 259. - NOTE. — Terms can bo arranged if re quired-. WtiOLiiSALE and Retail Fish, Game, and Poultry Merchants. Hotels and Families supplied at lowest markot prices. Ladies' Rooms. Every, attention and comfort. A regular Eupply of Fish, Oysters, Crayfish, &e. The choicest kinds of smoked Fish al ways on hand. B. H. ANTON, Proprietor. rtf) 7mg :33 LADIES' HAND .BAGS. | UST UNPACKED A TIP TOP LOT M OK NEW SHAPES. 1/, 1/6,...
THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. (By "Grand Flaneur.") [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
THE SPORTING WORM?.' (By ' Grand Flaneur.') TUFTS OF TURF. (By 'Grand Flaneur.') Some Victorian owners do not be lieve in racing their two-year-olds dver-inuoh till tlio youngsters are fully matured. * Boniface is to bo given- a spell, and . so is tlio speedy Malua, whilst otliors are turned out to undor rm f.lip (lovnl-miiitr nroccss. How dif foront to tho tactics almost .generally adopted about Adelaide. Thoro tlio vory last raoo is got out of tho two you'-old infanbilo eaUopinfj-maclimo, and their ownors wonder what: s tlio mat tor when tile .youngsters. fail to come on* as three-year-olds . '-.... Clmrlic Howio.'.aad Martin Wliotau nro billed to return with their horses to Adelaide to-morrow (Tuesday). J.heir visit ta Fiemington lias bocn prac Ui'aiiv reaultlcss'', espociully^in heUn b cftss.* battor trains .for 0. :L. li'jiis-1. * v.'l'.o sent Destinist and V XVallv iu;ros3 to tlio Spring carnival Now,' tliey' aro coming back 'without Minting a cent-: And r. month or :«i, n-;nm...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
BOXING. - A match between Hock Keys, cham pion lightweight of Australia, and Arthur Douglas, tlio South African crack, which has been ill contemplation over sinoo Douglas arrived in Victoria, early in October, will bo conducted By tlio incoor sports vjiuu ui» wiw iuti bourne Cycloran'.a to-night (Monday). Tho mon aro. to box for GO and^ 40 per cent, of tho gate receipts. They are to weighf^in at 1331b. at tho ring side. Tlio winner is to meet Frail* Thorn under tho samo management on November 23. , Jim Driscoll, the 8.10 champion of England, sailed for America recently, to meet Abo Atticll, the American crack. Driscoll, who is in great form, has only onco suffered defeat. That was at ' tho hands of Harvey Mansfield, when tho verdict met with general disapproval. Charlio Griffin, tlio Now Zealaiidor, termed by tho English and American sporting press 'tho rugged littlo Aus tralian,' has not lived up to tho great reputation his manager Harry Pollock jvavo him when lie went from London ...
BENEFIT CONCERT ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
BENEFIT CONCERT ARRANGE MENTS. A meeting to inako arrangements .: for- 1 tho concert to bo held in the; Town Hall on Monday, lltli instant, in aid of. Mr. ?Sam Deed (who is at present in tlie Hos pital suffering from miner's complaint) was held in the Trades Hall yesterday. Afr. W. Bath mesided. and explained that the meeting v.'rfs being held for tlio pur pose of making arrangements for tho dis posal of tickets, appointing canvassers, and drawing-tip a programme. It was resolved, on the motion of Mr. Harvey, that permission be obtained to collect from tho South, Junction North, and Broken llill Proprietary Mines. The following 'were appointed collec tors: — Sir. O'Connell (South .Mine), Messrs. ITarvey and Brady (Junction j North), aud Mr. Hynes (Broken llill Pro- 1 prietarv). -
CADETS' CHURCH PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
CADETS'' CHURCH PARADE. The Cadets' Chuicli paiado yostiiday under tlio command .of Lieutenants Dolierty and llimcut; as well as^cadott representing ?; ^ all; tho - Public.- Schools, with -tho ' oxcoiition,. of : Alma, turned,,! out in strong iorco at the Technical i College iit 10.30 a.m. Headod by the Brokon llill Brass Band, -tho company. i marche-l.off promptly at 11 o'cloqltj-.and i proceoded to Oxido Street, down winch tliey inarched to tho Church of /England in Lano Street. Hero the companies, woro dismissed, and thoso who belonged to different denominations attended t-lit diilorent churches to wbich^thcir weed called- thom. Alter tlio services were ivcr tliey marcliod back to tho Technical Collogo. , ? --
THE DAMPIER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
THE DAMPIER GOMPANY. ? Tlio Dampier Compaiiy's. pei'formanc- of 'Tho Bush^ King' on 'Saturday night was'not by -ally means; of a first chiss: character. 'Thoro ..were -patches, n which tlio cast showed histrionic? powe::. of a very -promising description, -bui tlvoso could- not .-.complolcly..-: compensate-, ? for tho : oruditios t ot .other portions. Miss - Hildo..' DorrinRtou-, % ? Miss :. J-ei- . Keary,. jMiss Dulcio- llall, and Mrs. A. L . Knierv ,.: Fred Dampier, and Iluliori Leo filled' th'eir roles .to- good .effect, anc' at- times drew rounds of applauso fron: the audicneo. , f
THE SYDNEY POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
THE SYDNEY POLICE. Arrangements have been inado, to day being a Government holiday, for a crickot match to bo contested between tlio Metropolitan Police and tho Public Service Gnck-.;t team. The match. is to bo played on the AVestern Oval, begin ning at 11 a.m. Soveral of tho players - in tho police team belong to the metro politan police teams, so that, pome in teresting cricket should be displayed., A team picked from the. remainder oi tho visiting- polico is prepared to meet I the winning team of to-day's match at some future date. Charles Blakeley, tho victim of the supposed stabbing caso at Railway Town, who was treated in the hospital, has sufficiently- recovered to leave that institution.
PORT PIRIE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
PORT PIRIE ACCIDENT. An employee of the Broken Hill Pro prietary. Mine, named ,J. C. Wells, whilst working on Wednesday night on the hot tom floor, met with a painful accident Wells was unfortunate enough to slip, with the result that he burned hin feet badly with hot slag, in addition to cut ting his head. lie was removed to his home.
ABDULLAH'S ARABS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908
ABDULLAH'S ARABS. ??..This- combination, a troujxj of turn blors, all full Arabs, 'Will open at tin Oryatal Theatre on ..Saturday night. L'hcir performance is recognised as tin. leading act oi its kind in the world, l'iio Arabs aro bciiig paid tlio enormou, salary of £230' pel* weok.- . Tliey d- ohoir work with lightning rapidity, at ?veil as with marvellous skill anc strength : One of then- number, ii pyramid work, holds no less than li peoplo. ' . .'Iney created a perfccfe fuvoio n Vlolbourno and Sydney, whoro, at tin ronclusion of tlieir act, tlie houses sim ply roso and clieercd them to -the echo They begin slowly, but accelerate tliy i.ace until tlieir troupe is an almost in iistinguishablo mass of rapidly whirl iiig figures. . . Fourteen of them travel, two bem vomon ,' one of whom is tlio finest tun. dor of tho troupe. . Thoy leave tho Barrier to go.uircc o Europe in the s.s. Ortona. ...... . : Adbullah's Arabs will bo feasted b, : -heir fellow religionists in Broken- llill ,...