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PREMIER WADE CONDEMNED. "A Man With Little Political Experience." WADE'S SUPPORTERS VOTING MACHINES. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
FLESHIER WADE GOHDEHHED. ' 'A Man With Liliie Political Experience.' -WADE'S SUPPORTERS VOTING f MACHINES. ?i [' Tiuth s ' Special Semee] \' SYDXEY.JMonday Night yt-oplying to a todst at tho Shop As tustants1 ,nnnual picnic, 'held, at Pearl is if tins. aftui noun, Mi ' Stuai tRobm si^'i, M L A , spoke with reference to tljo loeent trouble in Parliament, and said ho thought theie might possibly bo more, trouble ' '^Iho Piemioi (Mi ...Wade) was a man who had as little political cxnenence as, Himself (Mr RobDitson)— and prob amy fai less knowledge or hum?n 11.1 tui^-, yot he adopted on tho floor of the House tho stand of a Dictatoi Ami there wero men behind him leadv to* follow his tiail Tho Opposition ficquently dissented fiom tho Ch 1 11 man's ruling, but tho nii'ii who followed tho tiovcinincnt maioly \otcd like machines 'In such a position, tho Opposit.on, being in a minontj, weic hopelessly situated In 1ms (tho spoakri's) opinion ins own time would bo bettei occupied addioss-^ in£...
TO READERS AND ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISEMENTS AND CIRCULATION HAVE EXCEEDED ALL ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
. TO READERS AND ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISEMENTS AMD CIRCULA TION HAVE EXCEEDED ALL ANTICIPATIONS Tho success achieved by . tho. first week's issuo of tho ' Barrier ' .-Daily. Truth,' has exceeded .ill expectations Tho demand foi the pipci has. mci eased steadily every day , )fc is finding its way into the homes of neaily ciciy miner on the Banici — and into tho homes also of miiio managers. profes- sional people, and tiados,inen It is now an absolute- essential on every breakfast table, ]!y reason of its immediately-pioved value as an iuhertibing medium the calls on space ha\o on rfcveial occasions made it impossiblo to do fnll justice to reports of important meetings , 11 id, by reason of tho iinavbidablo difficulty in getting n--\\, machines to work smoothly at fust, it has been linpi'i Bible to turn out .1 pa pel of the bi/o contemplated. These mechanical tioublos, houcvei, are rapidly being o\ciconie, and a six pago issue, witli several nou icatuies, will soon bo anangod foi severa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. ? T OOK, HERE'S THE POINT. . This is tho 'Banior Daily Tiuth,' -but another daily tiuth is that CHARLTQN is tho Best Man to Purchaso your FRII1T and V ICG ETA BIiES from. Give Him a Trial s Host Quality, and pricos right. J. R. CHARLTON, MICA STREET, off Broiiiido Street. (Lato Guidi's.) Watch for tho Volloiv Cart c307-335. ? GEO. E. DAWSON, GROCER. CORNER LANE and McOULLOCH. STREETS. N ONLY best of oveij thing stocked. Orders dolneied daily.' Carts run all over town Civility assured. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES FRESH DAILY. c307mfM5. «J' EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, ARGENT STREET. FIRE INSURANCE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Tdcphouo 802 c307 30G
KAISER NERVOUS: Has Induced American Magazine To Suppress His Latest Interview. NOW OFF TO AUSTRIA. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
KAISER NERVOUS: Has Induced Americas! Magazine To Suppress Ills Latest Interview. NOW OFF TO AUSTRIA. [Router's Service.] , LONDON, Monday. Dining his yachting tup 111 Noiwo gian-'nateis tho Empcroi of Goimany was mterwewed bj Mi. Wm Bajard Hales for tho ' Con tiny' magazine — 0116 of 'the most- '-influential' American' reviews , ~' The coinoisalion occurred shoitly after the Kaiser had steamed tlirouch tho Butiih squadion engaged m a sham wai, and about tlio time when a Ger man gunboat, under ptotonce of being liijuiod, had nosed hoi way up the Tync, vlucli was announced as being mined against all waieiatt In tlio discussion cm rent topics weio discussed, Immediately upon the hub bub caused by the publication of the 'Daily Telegraph' interview, in which tho , Kaiser took credit- for 'having planned tho campaign that, led to^the capture of Cioii]e at Bloom fonteiti^ tho Foioign Olhc,o at Boihn undo l^pie Gentations, that tho niton low should be cancelled Tho piopnotois of 'the ' Cen...
PERTH TURF CLUB RACES. ["Truth's" Special Service.] PERTH, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
PERTH TURF CLUS RACES ['T1 ulh's' Speusil Srnice] PERTH, Monday A.j;ht 'Jhc^V.'esl Austialian Tmf Club l.u'es weio hold at IVith to daj in fine we.ith ei The attendance was good The two pmieipal e\enta w'eic the Xovembei Stakes and the 15ntlid.i.\ Cup licbulli — XOVnMnL'R STAKES— Se\en Fut longs. 11LLIS \ 1 UTO LE M^VUY 'I . ISAEKMA ? :t Othei stailers weie Dm ham and Couit Betting. 7 to ^1 on Ellis. Time^ 1 mm 3'i 3 5 sees. ^ BIKTUDAY CUL'— One and a half miles LOREDANO . . . 1 . Jb'LORA MAC- 2 CZAltOVItfCH ? 3 Othei staiteis woro Boto Noir, Uau iaki, Loch Slnol, and l'ltonograph . AV011 l)j .1 neck 'Lime, 2 nun JO 2 5 sees IJetting. 3 io2\. Hnuink.1 and 20 -to 1 Loicduno '
AUSTRIA AND SERVIA. PINPRICK INCIDENTS THAT SOMETIMES GOAD NATIONS INTO WAR. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
AUSTRIA AND SERVIA. * PINPRICK INCIDENTS THAT SOME TIMES. COAD NATIONS INTO- WAR. (Reulci's Sen ice ) LOXDOX, Monday A fno, supposed to have been caused by Servian bpics, has tikca phco at thc^\.ustnan arsenal at Komonbuig All tho equipment for a field tcle giaph coips v.ib destioyeJ Tnenty Uiousand citizens of Belqiado welcomed tho letuin of tho Seiiian Crown L'rinee to the Capital .iftei ? his- usittoSt Pct-eisbuif; -t Tho Princo declaicd that tho C/ai appieciaxcd tho justice- of Seivia's cause for an incioaso of tsmtoiy, and lud cxinossLd his goodwill and sjmpa thy Enthusiastic demonstiations took place outsido tho Russian and Bntish 'Le'crations
QUEENSLAND RACES. ["Truth's" Special Service.] BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
QUEENSLAND RACES [ Ti utn's ' Sjiccial Sol vice J ' ''''T BRISBANE, Monday The Queensland Tuif Club Races w ero v continued to-day on tho Ascot Course in dull, showoiy weather 'i'liero was a tair attendance .Results — Qualified Handicap — Count Giafton, 1 , Howlotts, 2 , BudBery,,3. Won by si\ lengths. Time, limn. TOijsec Chestorheld Plate —Azoic, 1 ; Delhi, 2 , Reiedoi, 3 Won by a length Time, linin 33isoc . Queeiibland Cup — Snapshot, 1 , Flaxen, '2, Oak Giafton, 3 Won, attei a fino lace, by ei\. lengtlis Time, Jimn 87iscc. . Second Nuisoiy Handicap — Manda- zus, 1 , Blarney, 2 , Haip, 3' Won bj a length and a half Time, 2mtn ujiec Nmseiy Handicap — Miseh.cf, 1 , Unlimited, 2 ; Loo l'.i\or, 3 'Won by two lengths Time, lmm Ocee . Wclfcoi Handicap — M-crosropp, 1 , Rojal Scot, 2 , Lady Smith, 3 Won by four lengths Time, Iran 34iJs0C Birthday Handicap — HaaUon, 1 , Valint, 2-, St Quonttn, 3 V. on by a neck Time, lmm 4GJscc -
FREETRADE NEXT ISSUE IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
FREETRADE NEXT iSSUE iN ENCLAND (Roulora'seivi'.-') LONDON, Monday. Spe.iKini» at Biadford (YoJclmo) Colonel Scely, Uiulei-Secietaij of btatc for tho Colonies, dorlatocl that tho ulti mate issue nt the ne\t gen'rai eli'ttions in Great Biitain must be as ti l'io 1011 t.nuance' 01 I'leotiado .md tho fiscal pohcj ol the Kingdom. So f.ir a-- tno Libei'al liarU ^as concerned ihno iwild be no compiomise, the (jo.emi'iei.L would not move a sinylo sLi-j in the duclion of the pioteetne l.uiil, whasi only ceilain « fleet would be to r.ake the neeQHsaiies of lite dealer lo the woikmgtiion, and the uphea\al of the sj&tcm of undo undei which .ill classes n'nd piospoiod &t amazmglj
PERTH EIGHT HOURS' DAY. PROCESSION A FINE SIGHT.—THE BEST YET HELD. PERTH, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
PERTH ' EIGHT HOURS' DAY. ,v PROCESSION A FINE SIGHT —THE BEST YET HEUD; [' Truth's ' Special Sei 1 ice ] PERTH,, Monday Night The Perth Eight-Houis' l)ay Pioces sion took place to-day, The weather nas showery, but tho piocession was acknowledged lo bo tho best yofc liold, lliu umonisU ub tiinblnij; in largo num bers. In tho afternoon, tho weather being fine, very successful sports word hold at tho Clarcmqnt Show Grounds-. Thoro was a splendid attendance, and tlio children weio specially catered fpr
LORD MAYOR'S BANQUET. Sir Thomas Bent Says He Will Deal With the Labor Party on Thursday. AUSTRALIAN SAILORS EULOGISED. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
LORD MAYORv8-:.BAH0UET. 'Sir Thornas Bent Says lie Wil! Deal Witb the labor Party on Thursday. AUSTRALIAN SAILORS EULOGISED. - ['? Truth's ' Special Sciwcc] MELBOURNE, Monday Night. The Town Hull was well filled to jiirht for the lumquet gi\en by tlio -flew lxml Mayor (Colonel Buiston), who, m proposing the health ot the King, spoke of tlio grent powcis of diplomacy and high devotion Ins Majesty had cUplnj td! I.onl Dudley, m .111 eloquent and pa triotii: speech, lctcticd I'lilogi^tically to the imignilieent wo.k I'one foi the Bm pire by the Ktnir, ami fc.ud lh.it Aus tralia, under a. nee institution, had during its shoil i.ucei spuing into itrong National existence. During Australia's life the Mona1clu.1l principle had dis ippcaied in some conn tries, and had bun gicatlj shaken 111 others, but the ISiilish Bmpiie was stronger than ever before. He felt sure that -Australia would again in time of need, as 111 the past, contribute men and money to assist the Kmpire. Sir Edward t.umieh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
DUSINESSo NOTICES. lh$e Smart Camkic Costumes. ? c_ Have you seen those smart Cambric Costumes ai roller & Moore's? TIIE SKIRT is gathered at the -\vaist, has .a deep hem, and' two _ wide1 tucks, 1 TILtD BLOUSE is made with-n. neat yoke and finished with n good quality ^vhite lineu collar, THE PATTERNS arc of the very newest spot, stripe, * and check * ' , designs., ' '?]''' ', ' TIIE CAMBRIC is a splendid quality, worth to-day at least T^d. yard, and it takes 9 to 10 yards -to' make' a costume. TEE PRICE '.- OF ''THESE |^P 1 ! H SPECIAL COSTUMES IS ONLY ||«i 1 I II Of course, . there are plbnty of Caniln-ie Coslumes offered at this .. price, but ladies should sec ou'r 'SPECIAL' COSTUME be fore selecting. - ? ? WITHOUT DOUBT THESE COSTUMES ARE FAR AHEAD- OF ANYTHING ELSE OFFERED IN THIS CITY. SEE THESE COSTUMES TO-DAY. - PH 1 h W ANSI IVflf Jslrel4 31-1 ARGENT STREET. Coolj Up-to-date Bars and Best Liquor. THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY FOR A BOTTLE OR DOZEN OF ALE, STOUT, E...
POLICE V. PUBLIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
POLICE V. PUBLIC SERVICE. ' There was a 'good muster present at the Western Oval yesterday, -to witness a 'match played between the Metropolitan L'o!icp,\at present in Broken Ilill, and 12 picked from tho Public Service team. The iRcv. A- W. Wellington and Ser geant Ball acted at umpires. Scores : — ? POLICE.— First Innings. '. W. Cole, c. Atkinson, li. Lusby ? 3 W. II. Martin, c.'ond b. Lusby ? 2 W. -Asquith, b. Travers ? '0 J: Harper,1 b. Connell ? - ? 18 II. Mitchell, b. .Eagles ,. .? ? 8 Finn, b. Eagles ? 0 Archinall, b. Connell ? 0 Manning, b. Tulley ? : ? -. 14 Biflin, c. Lusby, b. Wellington ? 8 Malone, c. Eagles, b. AVellington .... 7 Thompson, st. Atkinson, b. Wellington 0 Norton, not' out ? .' ? 2 Sundries ' ? 27 Total ? I.'.T ? 89 Bowling analysis. — Lusby, two wickets for- 8 'runs ; Travors, /one for 7 ; Eagles, two for 4. Conncll, two for 11 ; Tulley, one for 11 ;. Wellington, three for 1. Second Innings. Norton, run ont ..'...'. ? ^0 Alartin, c. Conncll, b. Atkinson .....
WEST BROKEN HILL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
'WEST BROKEN HILL -CLUB.' Tho ..... Cup.1', competition.' .,. (under tho auspices' '' of ' 'tlio ' West Broken Hill Rifle Club) enteied upon its thud slige qn )Satmdij Uhero was no shoot ing on tho Di met Rango tint day, so a uumbei of themombois untul llu. West ringi and piaclised at 200 and 'JOO yauls. rollowmg me the scoies — tho names mivikcd \\ith-an asterisk biing the mem bers' of the' District ^Range — ?2001 300- Total. Hnuis v il 30 — 01 Pound - 33 27 — 00 JTim (capt ) 32 20 — 53 ) en Unison 28 29 — 57 Tmbill 31 26 — 57 Stttoncy ^ 29 25 — 54 Coiroll 31 26 — 57 Ciibb 2S 30 — 56 \\ llliams, W 29 25 — 54 ^inilh' 20 2J — 40 Robutson . 27 22 — 40 Valentino* . . . . 24 . . 24 — 48 Piper . .... . . 25 .. 22 — 47 Higga ? 24 . . 22 — 46 Burrows1' - ? 16 .. 29 — 45 Buller ? -.24 .. .10 — 43 ' Wallace* .. .. . . 23 . . 18 — 41 Thomas .. .. .?: 23 ./18 — 41 Hams, E. . . .\ 19 . . 18 — 37 Cornwell* .. .v.' . . 22 . . 14 — 36 Gayer* . . .'. . . 16 . . 1-1 — 30 Duim* .-. .r . . — '..'24 — ...
BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. Hock Keys Knocked Out in The Fifteen Round. ARTHUR DOUGLAS LIGHT-WEIGHT CHAMPION. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
?BOXING CiiARSPIONSIIIP. Slock Keys Knocked Out in The Fiftcentli Round. ARTHUS DOUGLAS LIGHT-WEIGHT C5IAMPI0N. [' Tinlh'i ' Special Senitel MELBOURNE, Monday Niglit -There was a tremendous crowd at tho Cyeloiama to-night, when Hock Keys (picbont holdei) and Arthur Douglas (south Aluca; mot lor the lightweight championship of Australia: M(-j^an acted as loleree Both men scaled o\actly Dst 51b. 'llioy gjt to woik vei-j smaitlv, the bo\ing being smart and clevei In the opening, lound \ciiy httlo dam age was dono Keys scoiod with the lclt on Douglas' lace, but tho latter paid licquent attention to Keys' body. Thero'was a good deal of clutching in .. so\oial oi the succeeding lounds — some, of tho lii-hghtiiit; bein,; \eiy smart, « it'11 ICoys slightly ahead X'p to the fifth lound licncis weie cti'u, but altoi thit Ko.\s began to tne, and hio oppjiwnl bocairo \cry aggies sne, and did most of the nghting if l'io ??c'dith lo'i.id Kcjs went doivn -for eight seconds. In the subsequent round...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. A.MJL sTIIE LEADING UNION OF THE BARRIER. ALL THE 'WOMEN OF BROKEN HILL should peisuado then 3Ius bands, Fatheis, Biotheis, and all Male Relations to Join, and should soo that they KEEP GOOD ON TOE BOOKS. - ' IN CASE OF ACCIDENT * tho,/ WOMEN AND CHILDREN ' ? REAP THE BENEFIT. ^ ' 1 - W. D. BARNETT, ' £-ecicta1y. ^ _ c307ws.30b 1 i , ' ~ V . PETER'S HOTEL. v ' v Argent^Sti cot. ^ J. F. HENDERSON (Lato of Nowmaiket Hot--1) * Notifies all Vi tends and tho General Public that ho has ,. taken dio *nbo\ o Hotel, whoro , Customers can lelv upon got- „ tmg tho Best Briuida of VVINES, SPIRITS, and BEER. ?-1 ' ; - r CT7ILLYAMA HOTEL. /»'?? JACK DEMEAGHT, ( Piopnotor, ' ? , / An' Old Baifier Unionist. ' » BES'l^ ACCOMMODATION FOR , , ' 'WlAArELLERS AND THEATRICAL CC;YS. BEER 4d., BEST ON THE BARRIER. ? ^ 4 ALL UNIONISTS AVELCOMED BY JACK. c307mws :120.