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ORGANISING THE WORKERS. Every Man Wanted in a Union Before Next Wednesday. CENTRAL RESERVE CROWDED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

mmmm the iwirs. [very Man Wanted in a Union Before Next Wednesday. I ? CENTRAL RESERVE CROWDED. - An organising meeting, under the aus pices of the Combined Unions, was held nt the Central Reserve last night, several thousands of people being present.. ? Mr. T. - Gamooni (president - ? A.iu.A.) was the first speaker. He said, that they were assembled for the purpose of trymf Lo: bring ...about better ..organisation amongst the workers .of the Earner They had not much more: to do, us prac tically the' whole': of the workers in. Broken Hill .were organised. They start ed on tins propaganda . work about Oc tober 1st, and: since then had succeeded in- obtaining ? 154.1- new members in tin Uroken Hill branch of the- A.M.A., ami about, 700 ill' the Port J'irie -branch. . . Tlie eil'cct of organisation. had. an enor mous advantage. They had arrived a- the eve' of the stage when -they had tr submit .their proposals to. the mineman agers. Tho proposals they were settinp forwards for- the con...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. Committee Week. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

NEWS AMD NOTES. Committee Week. This is an off week for tlio City Council. To-night tlio baths and parks committee meet, to-morrow the publio works, on AVodnosday financo, Thursday, health and -bylaws.- Fri day night is clear. - There is 110 spts;. cial business-oil any of the agendas. . To Expedite Business. * - ? Tho Mayor, who four years ago' 111- I troduced the system, of sending -out 1 reports of committeo proceedings : to. every member of , tho Council, so- that every alderman should know before hand the business to bo brought for ward, is considering another reform, which should groatly expedito the,work of tho Council. At present tho town clerk reads the minutes of the: .pier vious mooting, carefully and labor iously and in detail and in extenso, a task that may: take up 20 ? minutes by tlio clock. Now this custom . is far inoro honored in -tho broach .than in tho observance. In the groat cities it has long been east aside. A brief summary of actual resolutions passed is typ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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ROBBERY BY KINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

ROBBERY BY KINGS. .No one . ueel l'so - - j, minute's sleep by reason of - tlie rumors of war in the Balkans. Reuter, as in duty bound, chronicles the tittle tattle of the Courts and Stock Ex changes and barracks ; but the ad vice of the late Lord Salisbury sound cynic as well as tvnical Conservative — entirely covers the present ease: — fear war least where there is most pother. And at least this hubbub is only vulgar thieving ami schemes. for thieving. Because Austria, without a 'Will you?' or 'By your leave' to the' people con cerned has declared that Bo.vnia and Herzegovina shall for ever be Austrian, Servia insists that a, stretch of territory beyond liar border— and the people ' dwelling thereon — must, willy-nilly, l;c made Servian ; Bulgaria and Mon tenegro assert that if any plun dering is a-foot they intend to take a hand; Russia, with one fourth the globe already groaning under the Czar's misgovernment, is annoyed at the very thought that the Turkish Empire should be carv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

Barrier Daily Truth. (Official Organ of tlio Barrier Labor Federation.) Maintained in the interests of the organised workers. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. PRICE, ONE PENNY. Subscription: 13/ per half-yoar, post free to any part of the Commonwealth. All Communications to be address ed to the Managing-Editor (Will A. Jones). ADVERTISING CONTRACTS. —All Alterations must bo in by 10 a.m. each morning. . ADVERTISEMENTS.— Casual Ad vertisements will b» taken every o«y up to midnight. '' TELEPHONE 25-t. Notice to Contributors. — AVv ii vite contributions, whether favorable . oi otherwise to tho policy of this paper. Be brief, for our spaee is valuable. Unless otherwise arranged, all contri butions will be deemed gratuitous. ' Barrier Daily Truth.' Monday, November 9, 1908.

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CARTERS' UNION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

CARTERS' UNION MEETING. The Carters' Union held' their usual monthly meeting nt the Trades Hall on 1 Saturday night, when Mr. P. Nolan: (pre- 1 sident) occupied the chair. One new I member was admitted.. Correspondence! from tho P.L.L. and A.P.U: was dealt', with. Reports from the ISighKlloursM Committee, and A.L.F. were received,- dis- j cussed and adopted. . The matter of. in- I dustrial unrest was brought up -and dis- 1 cusseu at length. It was .pointed:: out that it was absolutely necessary for the carters to stand closer together than tliey hitherto had done. Matters relative to the supplementary water supply at Um berumberka were discussed, also Mr.- Ar- thur Griflitlia's stand in Parliament, and it was decided to write to the member for Sturt in laudatory terms! .It was also further decided to send a letter of sympathy - to Mr. Usnn in', his . illness. After a .-short discussion it was agreed to revert to fortnightly meetings, as the monthly meetings had been insufficiently a...

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DISEASE AT THE ABATTOIRS. RATHER A NEW COMPLAINT— "WOODEN TONGUE"—AFFECTS CATTLE ; 5 CONDEMNED IN [?] DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

DISEASE AT THE ABATTOIRS. RATHER A NEW COMPLAINT— y WOODEN TONGUE'— AFFECTS ' CATTLE ; 5 CONDEMNED IN 8 DAYS. '.Since the first of the present month a disease known as Actinomycosis has broken out amongst a number of cattle sent to the Municipal abattoirs, five animais having been condemned by the Inspector, Mr. Thos. Marshall, during four days. The cuscase, which attacks the beasts through the stomach or the breathing organs, is not by any means common in this locality. The parasite of tins contagious dis- ! ease is also apt to efiect its entrance I through any opening of a wound in the mucous membrane, and is supposed to | bo derived in the first place troin con- i taminated fodder, it is generally found I in the tongue, and in known in England I as 'wooden tongue.' I Tho malady often attacks tho animals through a decayed tooth or tlie bones of the jaw, and when it reaches tho blood vessels, Bproads through the entire sys tem. It is common to all animals and man — mostly in the ox...

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BRIEF CABLES. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

BRIEF CABLES. (Router's Service.) LONDON, . Saturday . . .Gnrtnaiiy and tlio United .States arev negotiating . a reduction to 'one' penny of tho postago on letters between tho two countries. . ' A trade return from Chicago, Boston, St. Louis and Pittsburg indicates a re turn of prosperity. ? :? Charles Morso, tho Now York bank er, found . guilty: of :~niisappropriating: money, has been , acquitted 011 tho sec ond oount — conspiracy. ' j k A Bill to onablo Russian peasants to own land as individuals apart from joint ownership as villagers has boon submitted to tho Duma, but tlio con ditions attaohed aro such that tho mcas-. tiro was condemned as only likely to croato a small class of -small landhold ers, leaving tlio bulk of tlio peasantry unbenofitted. v . Sixty inmates of the -Mount - St. Vincent Orplianago at Limerick ? are toins supposed to bo ' duo to ptomaines under treatment for.' poisoning symp in tinned food.- Eight' patients have died, and two aro dangerously ill.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

AUCTION SALES. ' THIS DAY (MONDAY). ' At 11 o'clock. .. ?South and Duff Streets, S.B; Hill. ' v JOHN WATERS Will Sell 'NEW IRON HOUSE : 24 ; x ' 12 x lift; high: -Tank, Stove, and -Furni-; ture. - ? ' K '?Just- tlio house'-' for romoval . Must bo sold. Owner leaving. ? JOHN WATERS, AUCTIONEER. n ? „.',314 BUSINESS' NOTICES. JAS. McLESSH, -Piitton Street South Broke/* Uill. ON SALE . . v WOOD, CHAFF, -.BRAN, OATS, MAIZE, x ojjLAKD WHEAT, BARLEY, ? FLOUit, GROCERIES. TIIE BEST QUALITY dt LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES going. Your Contracts for 1009 — Get MY Piiees and compare. ? . ' ' ? 0307:33: ; AVE IIAVE . ' N° pRKSWfr um ? For tho Man who doesn't want to take advantago of the POLICY ~ THAT AVE CAN NOW OFFER. McCANN, NICnOLLS,- & CO., LIFE 'and FIRE INSURANCE '™'S- 314. I. — , CASWORKS HOTEL. ^ ' Railway Town. 1 1 OSCAR TfITZNER, Proprietor. ;'??? - Tho only House 111' Railway ? ' - .Town : whoro you 1 go t_ your '^'money's-: worth — A FULL ' PINT. | 307 mwf | JOHN McTNTYRE, PRACTI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

p - AMUSEMENTS. * last two nights. skating rink. Undar tho direction of ? ? ? ? ? SAVERS, CHEMEP FITZGERALD'S CIRCUS AT 3s, 2s, Is. With its hundred and ono Novelties, its Delightful Equestrian Acts, and it3 e Thrillinir Sensations, is nightly filling tho lingo tent to its greatest capacity. THE TALK THE FIVE FLYING HERBERTS, THE ONE OF THE Tho Human Aeroplanes. GREAT -TOWN. ROSE WENTWORTH, tho Dashing TOPIC. Equestrienne. THE WONDERFUL WALHALLAS. Tlio Marvellous Shand's Three-horse Act. Mrs. Tom Fitzgerald's Highly Edu cated Horses. the best circus yet seen in broken hill. Ond Hundred Horses and Ponies. Twenty-fivo Star Acts. MATINEE TO-DAY. Priccs : 3/, 2/, 1/. Business Manager, THOS. HERBERT. ? ? 311. . AMUSEMENTS. I.O.C.T. QTAlt OF PEACE LODGE, NO; 932. Address by Rov. J.. MURRAY at Lodge Room, Protestant Hall, on WEDNESDAY, Novembor 11, at 8.30 p.m. All mombor8 and friends re quested- to attend. „ ? . , ' Prior to above Mr. C. lvet-toringham will address tho Prido of the Barrie...

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FACE SPOILT BY BEAUTY DOCTOR. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

FACE SPOILT BY BEAUTY DOCTOR. fRcuter's Service.! LONDON, Saturday. -Madame: lAuguste Beauty, who con ducts high-class establishment in Bond: Streot , for rostoriug beauty by the. ; use. of massage, skiii-crcams, and. and r electrolysis, ;has been sued, by Mrs.- George Heath; wife of the well known hatter for damages. .011 the ground that, the -treatment; instead of 1 restoring her : .youthful loveliness, had injured and disfigured her features. - . - A'erdict for tho plaintiff, damages assessed at £400.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

' BARRIER DAILY TRUTH ' DELIVERY. Persons desiring our . paper de livered to them will please or der from runners, or leave tlicir names and addresses at tho office..- It is not- true that any person lias been given a monop oly for selling 'Truth' in any district. If your papor is not delivered satisfactorily, please let us know. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisers aro notified that tho omoa of 'Barrier Daily Truth' la kept open until midnight, except ing Saturday, for tlio purpose of re ceiving late advertisements.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 9 November 1908

MARRIAGE.   CAREY— MOLONY.— On the 8th Octo- ber, at the Cathedral, Broken Hill,   by the Very Rev. Father Connolly, Daniel William, oldest son of R. Carey, Esq., Salesbury (S.A.), to Frances, fourth daughter of John   Molony, Esq., West Broken Hill. 314.       IN MEMORIAM. In loving remembrance of FLORENCE RUSH, daughter of Daniel and Florence Jenkins, who departed this life on November 8, 1907.   Inserted by her loving parents. z314.

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YOUNG ALBIONS v. GLADSTONES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

YOUNG- ALBIONS v. GLADSTONES. These,, clubs met on Satuulay, and at tho drawing of stumps -tho scores wore: — Young Albions, 74 and nino ?wickots for 83; Gladstones, 93.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. BROKEN HILL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

RIFLE SHOOTING. BROKEN HILL CLUB: Trovers, who recently shot so woll in Molbouniep-was successful ill win ning a handicap match at 200, 400, land 500 yards, fired on Saturday on tho Broken Ilill range. A West Australian (B. Starr) shot over tho. same, range in practico, and scored 34, 34, 34 — a total of 102^-equal to that of Travers. Tho scores wero:' — ' ', i , ' - 300 *400 500 II. /T. Travors ? 33. .35/. 34. .0—102 F. G. AVilson. ..' 32..31'. .33Z.3— 102 A . N . (Wilson . . 31 . . 34 . . 35 . . 0—100 Lewis .. .. ^27.. 30.. 34.. 9— 100 Bunting .. .. 28. .34. .34. .3— 99 Sumsion '.. .. 31.. 32. .33.. 3— 99 Edwnids .. ..' 30. .34. .20. .9— ,99 Lowiio -',.. .. 35..30: .33..0— '98 A. G.' Wilson .. .. 20. .33?. 34. .2— 08 Haudinct ..'.. ,31. .33. .33. .0 —97 Robertson ... . '. 23 . . 31 . . 30 . . 7 — 90 Cherry . . . .'1 2fi . . 29 . ;29 : . 6 —92 Stonoman . . . . 29 . . 30 . . 30 . . 0 —89 AIbo shot in practico: — B. .Slarr' (W.A.) .. 34. .'34. .34. .0 —102 J., Ford - . . ' ?,-.'''31....

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

CRICKET.1 Matches in connection with tho Bro kon Hill Cricket Association wore con tinued on Saturday, with tho follow ing results: — WALTER SULLY v. ALMA C.C. ' This match was played on tho Hill sido Uosorvo, in tho prebonco of a lrugo number of spectators. Each team had played ono match previously this soason, each bad both won easily, se ounng a. 3 point win, so a keen con test was anticipated. O'Neill w.on tho toss from Turner, and sent tho Almas to tho wicket, Ro binson and Soarlo opening to tho bowl ing of Weaver and Harvey. Both batsmen -Hero aggrossivo from tho start. Searle, being badly missed oil each bowler in successive overs, lifted Weaver high into tho long field, where Johnson, after dodging a cart 'and the koibbtonc, brought off a splendid catch. It was a uondcilul effort, the lioldsmcn having to tuin and make tho catch close to a stono wall, with, his back to tho wicket from which the ball' was -hit. Ho was deservedly cheered for his dexterity. Ledger started quiotl...

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BROKEN HILL v. SOUTH MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

BROKEN HILL v. SOUTH' MINE. i Tho match Broken Hill Cricket Club v. South Mine 'Cricket Club, in con nection with tho -Barrier. Ranges' Cricketing Association, was commenc ed on thx- Alma, Oval on Satin day, with the following lesult: — ' Broken Hills. — First Innings. Spane, h.o.w., b. Langman ? '12 Pincombe, run out ? .'?* ? 58 Pearce, b. Langman ? 17 isovott, c. and b. Tuohy ? 31 Strachan, c. Chandler, b. Morris.. -4 Sidall, b. Morris ? -. '12 Shellshoar, I.b.w., b. Moriis ? -19 Clarko, b. Morris...' ? ; 10 Uiehards, b. Morris. . .- ? 9 Soarcey, not out ? -.*....;... 13 Collins, c. Touhy, b. Morris.'.....' 0 Sundries ? .' ? 5 Total ? '. . -. ? .i .180 Bowling analysis : Morris, six ' wic koto for 03 runs; Langman, two for jl ; Touhy, one for 23? Chandler and Lascock also bowled. SOUTH MINE.— First Innings.' Langman, h.o.w., b. Pincombo. . 9 Chandler, b. Soaicy ? ? 4 Hand, c. Sidall; b. Pincombo ? '. .'.'. ' 2 Lascock, not ?out.. ? - ? .- .9 Morris, c. Pincombe, b. Searcy. . 4 Tro...

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THE FEDERAL CRISIS. Mr G. H. Reid Believes in Australian Patriotism and Good Intentions. CRISES All OVER THE WORLD. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

THE FEDERAL OBISIS. ? v ? — : — Mr G. H. Reid Believes in Australian Patriotism and. Good Intentions. CRISES AIL OVER THE WORLD. [' Ti uth's ' Ppeeial Sei \ ice ] SIDNEY, Monday. The leader of the l'edeial Opposition (Mr. G II. Keid), speaking at the lunth given 'at the Balmain regatta to-daj, said that bo ,far as the Federal Parlia ment was concerned things' weio in a \eiy uncertain slate. There seemed, to bo a crisis nil over the world, lie belio\ed Ihrt in all pailies of Austialian politics theie was the gicat c&t patnotisni and good intentions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

AMUSEMENTS. Criterion. HoteE, » Comer Argent and Bromide Stiects. t TOM REID ? iLile of (he B II. Piopuetary). cas taken\ovci tl e above IColel, and hh.ll be pleased to ^elcomo Old l'iierJsxand Xew alike. Till: BUST OF LTQUORS. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION FOR BOARDERS j. \Kfil'! A'ND LOFTY ROOMS, ijath anu every Coin enience. C307.360. ; Silver Age Hotel. ARGENT STREET. BEST LIQUORS ALWAYS TO BE DAD. Beer Pipes Cleaned avery morning. Customers may bo issuicd that they will, always got a Clean Glass, Good Liquor, and'Cirility. c307:33 t The BON Tailors. (Opposite tho G.P.O.) Tur, cmsAPEST and best HOUSE IN THE CITY. LARCEST STOCK OF SERCE, CORKSCREWS, and SUMMER SUIT INGS. You can icly on gotting Satisfac tion from us. Syd. Ingersoft, ] N ^ s : Manager. R.^ T. EDWARDS, BUTCHER. CHAPPLE-S'fREET, CON.VENT -'HILL. ONLY PlliaiEST MEAT SUPPLIED. Cleanliness and Civility Guaiantood. Ring up 2'2S. ONE TRIAL WILL CONVINCE. c307mno:120.

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DEATH OF MR. T. J. KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

^ — _ ? = ^?DEATawdF MR 'Y J KITCHEN^ Tho death occmied at a \eiy late hour last night' of Mr Thomas ?John Kitchen, at the compara tively caily ago of 36 years. Tho do^ coa°od w as the eldest son of *Mi ' /Thomas Kitchen, well-known in Bioken II111, and was a brochei of Ml. R W A Kitchen, the Argent Stieot business man F01 soiiie lime past he had bpen sufleimg fiom an internal complaint, and had had two opeiations peifoimcd The end was not unexpected, ab Ins con dition hrd been gtadiully getting lowei foi beieial dejs past Mi. Kitchen ler.\es a wife and s-.\ children Di Hams was 111 attendance upon' him at tho last * Thu business pi onuses of Mi. R E A Kitchen will be closed today.

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FARCE LAW IN AMERICA. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

FARCE LAW IN AMERICA. 1 (Keuler's. Sei vice.) , LONDON, Monday ' Boss' Ruof, secretary to the jio tonous ox-Majoi Schinitz, of San Fran cfsco, is at last to bo placed on tnal.1 Sfictcliing tho privilege of the law to tho 'utmost, his eounseHias challenged over .1,000 of tho 'jurors Summoned, and caused a delay of neatly three months, 'but. twelve ineii have, now been' .sworn' in,' and tho ease will pioceed Rucf, liko tho coimcted Mayoi, ,is- charged with s;ioss corruption E\eiy seat in tho court for tho days of tho tnal has been sold

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