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THE WILD WHITE MAN. Died in Gaol After 25 Years of Hermit Life In The Bush. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

THE WILD WHITE MAN. — «? — Died id Gaol After 25 Years of Hermit Life In The Bush. SYDNEY, ?Saturday. John Bcrnhard Fitzgerald, the loneliest Lone Hand Australia has ever .known, died in Balhurst gaol to-daj\ ^ ' For twenty-five years lie lived liko a hermit in the bush at Brown's Creek. Thirty years ago he worked at Thames, Now Zealand, as a miner, and at Nymagoe. He was then the strongest man on his shift ; could, lift logs no two men were ever able to up-end. For some reason ho tired of civilisation, and went into the forest, built himself a hut, and avoided all in tercourse with his fellows. Practising vegotarianism, his diet consisted of wheat and corn, which he crushed in a mill or small quoin, just n3 the ancient Britons did 2000 years ago, and made this into a rough porridge. , Last week, suffering from a complaint roughly diagoniscd as influenza, he walk ed to Garcoar Hospital. The doctor or dered spirits, but ho refused, saying that ho had not touched alcohol for forty yea...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. The Mine Managers and "Barrier Daily Truth." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

Minnie intellihence. * The Mine Managers and 'Barrier Daily Truth.' A mooting .of mine- managers has been held, at which it was decided that tho oidinaiy information as sup plied to our ; local and Adelaidp and Alelbourno' contemporaries could hot; bo vouchsafed to 'Hairier Daily Truth' u ithout;tlio definitely expressed permis sion^ of the boards of tho various com panies concerned. In some- cases tho quicker method or telegraphing for tins : permission has been adopted. Somo of the, boards do'not moot for. a. week or a fortniglit. In tho meantime 'Barrior Daily Truth' readers will uri doi stand tho position. _ B.IL PROPRIETARY. - The J3.IJ. Proprietary Co. is en dcavoiing to mako every '' provision against chance of fno fiom tho direction or Block 10. At tho 200ft. level an old diivo is being lenovated right on tho Block 10 boundaiy. By this means ingress will bo secured to ho winzo un der which it- is intended to provide a watei rm tarn. With this end in view all tlio wooden sets...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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TO BECOME A PRIMA DONNA. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

TO BECOME A PRIMA DONNA. 'Mine. Totrazzini has-been giving ad t ico to beginners., 'To a young girl who is contemplating a career on tho operatic stage, ! would; say, let her first bo sure she has a yoioo. It must bo beautiful and. expressive.' ' Theso aro tlio onlj- standards by which vocal art-, should bo judged, and it does not matter by What method the end is achioyod. j- It is .not a question of. vo cal agility, but the. jxnver to convey emotion while producing a beautiful j- arrangomonta aro complete for a tone.- — 'Town and Country Journal.'

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METAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

METAL MARKET. London advices show copper anil lead to be ^elJ in in at 2s (-d Tin has lisen £2 pel ton Silvoi is quoted Is 11 1-20— a drop of 3-8d. (Rentei'9 Seivice.) LONDON, Saltiiday Coppei, £01/3/1. ' , Tm, £130/18. Lead, C13/S/1) Sil\er, 1/11%. One of 00 priests- who took pint m the ceiemouy of laying the cornei stone of St. Mary's Cathedral ;in 1808,.ihthe pres ence of the Very Rev. Dean. Slattery, died at Newtown, N.S.W., on the night of the 28th ult; . He .was 75 years of age. Only two of the 00 priests now remain. : ' ? /-.'- ;

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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COLD FROM SILVER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

COLD FROM SILVER. '.'Last year,' said Sir William Ram soy, '1 showod that emanation oi ra diuin cbaaiged into helium, or neon, ac cording to circumstances. Tho pre sence of a solution of coppor, tho ema nation degrades tlib coppor, and. yielda another metal of the same sories. I liavo reasons for belioving it will not be impossible to got gold from silver.' — 'Lo Matin.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. BUY YOUR Butter, Eggs. pOfirjI T/^fn Butter, Eggs, Bacon, Cheese. Jrf\.\J^U' Uy|^ Bacon, Cheese. FROM R. E. A. KITCHEN, 323 ARGENT STREET 325 We Receive Our Supplies Daily. A Splendid Line of DAIRY BUTTER on hand and to arrive. CALJv AND INSPECT IT. ? ^ ~3 F. W. RICHARDS'. IRONMONGERS, PLUMBERS, LOCKSMITHS, &o. - 100 AUGEN T STREET. A BSOLTJTELY THE CHEAl'EST PLACE IN TOWN FOU TANKS, J\. BATHS, SHOWERS, WATE II PIPES, HOSE, COPPERS, and STOVES, &c. OUR SPECIALITY, Keys mode and Fitted. Firearms Repaired aiid Umbrellas Repaired. TELEPHONE 303. c307mwf:30G. ~T~ W. J. EDWARDS. ' mHE MEN'S MERCER. NEXT Tim DEMO. CLUB. SEE HIM FOR YOUR SUMMER SUIT. NEW GOODS, ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. \ _ . HATS. HATS. - HATS. HATS. HATS. 'HATS. PANAMAS.- STRAWS. FELTS. Now Styles Now Arriving. c807imvf:31. F. J. REID. THE UNION TAILOR. \ ARGENT STREET, opposite C. P.O. C HOICE SUMMER GOOODS ARRIVING., OUR ' TOP-NOTCH, PURE INDIGO SERGE, 65/ THE SUIT. BOYS, REMEMBER THE UNION ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Letters to the Editor. WANTED: MORE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

Letters, fo the Editor. ? 9 ? WANTED: MORE RAILWAYS. Sir, — Will the Cabinet endoise this Minister for Kailways' reasonable re miest. for.more '-rail, 'oxtcusion, . or Bhall the quslioTi of several gauges block the ?carrying out: of these numerous works promised tluoughout the State, m inan*r nibtaiiccB lcadj', only foi the iiini6te'i'« sanction, to be sinned? Aie the Members, of Pailiament going to continue their policy of delay in ic lalion lo urgent rail extension, thus sacrificing untold ? lives, wealth and stock for llio satfe of laying down a few miles of niilwiiy? , Among other things may be mentioned the following works absolutely neces sarj* for opening' up our Stale and coupling ' up our railway sj-stem, thus p'aeing the Commissioneis 'in a better position to give ellcct to a general le ductioii in ireights and fares, without destroying theii annual sm plus. . Wil 'iiuniii,' to Jlosspicl,' Boongul, rCondcibo lin to ^UlUlon, Booligal, anil Jlaj-. X am, vouis lospeclfullv, *...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. : \ The Workers9 Store. n TOTAL PROFITS DISTRIBUTED SINCE JANUARY, 1902, £9026 v - 14s. 9d. £9000 RETURNED TO THE POCKETS OF THE WORKERS ! £9000 WITHHELD PROM THE MIDDLEMAN!' nave you participated in that £9000 7 If not, why not ? You can join for the sum of 3s. 9d. ' _ * \ WE CAN SUPPLY, YOU WITH GROCERIES, DRAPERY, BOOTS ,OF THE BEST, QUALITY AND, 'AT A PAIR PRICE. We'wil insure your house and furniture if jrou so desire it. REMEMBER, CO-OPERATION IS AN EFFECTIVE PART OF IN- ? DUSTRIAL UNIONISM AND THE EIGHT-HOURS' MOVEMENT, v CALL AT STORES, ARGENT STREET SOUTH, AND PATTON STREET, AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. ? 307. !'** %%%%'' \- 3Pp^_l '~ CONSTJU/CTION y Showrooms 107/ wnateotstaef aide- LAWRENCE'S ALL OVER THE TOWN. r~ .'_ ? SWEET -NELL CIGARETTES.' __ ,. ;/ ' 7' ' ' ' ' M~ 2fOO,OOO TO CLEAR. 2d per Packet. 8 Packets for 'is. ( LAWRENCE'S. . ? ' C307 : 306 TRY THE Transvaal Tobacco, ?? . AT '- GUPPY BROS., 6d an Ounce. C3O7twf : 31 „ , ? ? ARGENT STREET, Opp. Demo...

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THE WORLD'S BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

THE. WORLD'S. BATTLE. All tho nacions and laeo-j of tho vorld aro now in .competition, and it will nob bi1 tlnouKh names of colors or skins or anv Mich thing, but through practical ami actual achievements that tho piisM of supiemacy will bj won. — Now Voik 'Dailj' Tiibuno.'

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GREETINGS. Complimentary Messages Received from Prominent Australian Laborites on the issue of "Barrier Daily Truth." HENRY E. BOOTE, [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

[?] Complimentary Messages Received from Prominent Australian Laborites M on the issue of 'Barries* Daily TrutH.' HENRY E. BOOTE, ??*.'.?, ??? (Editor Queensland ' Worker.') ' Inthe'.hrintl'Of Labor the Press is a sword that vanquishes only ta save.?.' ' ?' ._. , . ^ ? . , ARTHUR GRIFFITH, M.L.A. (Member for -Shirt.) -^^*y&- /(T^crtrt '?Public opinion governs the florid, nnd tho newspapers cicala and mould public npinion. It is, llioioiorc, just ob nnpoilaiio to tlio woikeis tn have fnitlitul mul efficient representatives on the pi oss as in tlio 1'a.i liamont oi their couutr.% ' ? H.-LAMOND.' (Editor,1 Sydney 'Worker.') 'I need haidly say. how delighted I am that you aio about to launch the promised daily. I wish 'you every suc cess with tho, now ventuio.' ' R. HEWITT. (Cli.uiman ' TmLli' Management Com mittc.' l W. NULTY. (Trustee 'Tr.iith' Management Com ??: '-'-. .'.'' \' iniltce.) .'._???.. x . ... ' '.. ; ? . . v ? ? ? ? .' ;-.,', . ??' ?'?'???-??;? FRED A. BAGLIN^ (Se...

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The First Born. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

TKe First Born. Hail' to tho Tirst boi 11— eagle ej cil, alert — ITnil1 to the one vulh dungeon-keys m hand— The slayer of the Lie. Hail1 to Iho champion of a cause be gut With tl.irkncss in n nethcr-woiUl, jvvhere stands ( / ,» The pjie of Libeity , Wlieie hpggai'd ngo tin lists foith, a palsied hand Beseeching alms, ?with dull desire ' to Keep - ' Jhs life another da}. . While on Ins vv intend blow the wrinkled biand * Of life long, ceaseless toil is soiucc1, in deep long furious of dec y. - Whoio fallen woman in Uio maiket place , lion jivved by Need, nnd with the hopeless teais htill gltst'ning in hei eve, Lifts piajing hanilBMind white, e\ pedant face To blark-winged Death to seal ; her And her misery. -: Whore, naked, t!ie remorseless ? mon arch stalks Full-gorged and ghoulish — 'tis ' the the King of kings The Great .Iniquity. Upon men's bleached and martyred bones . he wants, While round uis gaunt and fainting slaves ho flings The lash of Poverty. / 'Tis thou and brolhcis li...

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PORT PIRIE IS COMING INTO LINE. Tom Mann Has an Enthusiastic Reception and Starts Upon a Vigorous Organising Campaign. BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY IMPORTS MELBOURNE UNEMPIOYED. The Case of the Smelters, who do Donkey Work Pulling Great Trucks on the Roofs of White H[?]t Ovens in an Atmosphere Reeking With Sulphur. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

[?] ? . — v ? Tom Mann Has an Enthusiastic Reception and Starts Upon a Vigorous Organising Campaign. BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY IMPORTS MELBOURNE UNEMPLOYED. The Case of tha Smelters, who do Donkey Worlt Pulling Great Trucks on the : Roofs of V/iiite Hot Ovens in on Atmosphere Reeking With Sulphur. ' ? . . ? ' , ilr. Tom Mann arrived 'in Port Pirie on Thursday' last,, and, assisted by the local uiiionollieiiils, at once commenced an organising campion.-. The same evening: , n ? meeting of ;f lilly 1,500 men Was held .hear the International Hotel. Mr. lien ton. ?t!ie,;.l-rusid,on't of the Port Pii;i-! branch of: tho A.ii.Aj.; presided. '??Tony Maim dealt, first -with the local situation, llefereiieo h:id been jnado' bv the Chairman to the need for ^preparing for ? trouble -.that . miglit.f:pyerta;-K'e\i(;lisin. For- himself, he ' \vds riqi; _' ?atitieip.n.Cing trouble in the .sense ^bf-ajs'toppage'.. of work, and tho best ;\vay_ to-guard-agitinst tiny such contingency '.was' to ^organis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. ? G£B=-ISN'T IT HOT? ? ..^iiitt'iii ?jy^-. Surely you' ro not go ^ USES? ''I* ^° iuv°tt-!r a' *'IC gi»r Summer in tho Suit td&f&Mpttr+i. t'1''' lms dono good tZMW&MMfflh sorv'co during the ^^^^m, wintcr »lonths? HI ||§fsi|s|ii You waufc lighter ^ ~^W$WW olotuos for tIlcso llot' IsMwwm sweltering days. 3«i 'fflUr Order ono of m |1 SUITS TO I I# ORDER. ' - They're made from Light, Cool, Ser viceable Materials. Tlioy'ro made to keep thnir shape — cut according to tho Latest Style— and made up in a mas terly manner. Komembor, 63/ is too much to pay for you clothes. My, 37/0 aro quite as good 'as any 63/ par-' ments. 1'rovo it for yourselves. Call or send for patterns, self-measurement form, and tape. W. N. BRUCE, 192 AUGENT STREET, BROKEN HILL, And at Adelaide, Sydney, and Mel bourne. c307 :33ws . . RING UP 253 For tho BEST' BREAD and ' SMALLGOODS PROCURABLE IN TOWN. D. MCCUBBIN Is tho person to supply you. OUR ARGENT STREET TEA ROOMS, Spacious ...

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I.O.O.F. REBEKAH LODGE. The Annual Ball Was a Croat Success. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

I.O.O.F. HEBEKAH LODGE. Tiie Annual Ball Was a Croat SuooaBs. Tho sii.th annu il ball of tlvo l.O.O.'P. Rebckali Lod^o, No. 7, held 111 llogar ty's Hall, South Iirokcn Hill, was an o.ijoyablo nflau, although tbo lemi-oia- tiiMi was rather high foi terpschoroan ev-icises Vanous s.Etor and broUiei lod;;.-'*! ttwo well lopioheutcd, and tho lcM'useutativos weio caibocl m tho 10 galia ot tho ordei to which tboy bo 'longcd, and thoso, blonde'd with the mnny coloiiod costumo_s roin, mado up j. wondoiiullt'vpi'ottv pictm-o An onorgotio ladies' eommittoo had Iho 111 1 p.n foments 111 liand Tho now floor at tho hall (tv as t oted t*\collont Music t.as supplied by Mr. F. Morns, undoi tho M C-ahip of Mi J. Colloy Tho suiipoi anangements weio 111 tho hands ot tlio Iadion' eommittoo, and tho sotting ol tho tables and tlio taatc ful doooiations loilcttcd groatv, crodit on them. , Visiting lodges t.010 roprosontevl by tho. follow niR —Mis Manly, U A O U (Jiicoh Bodicea; Mrs. Holmes, G.U.O. O Lf Loj...

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IMPORTANT RATING APPEAL. BROKEN HILL MAGISTRATE'S DECISION UPHELD BY SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

IMPORTANT RATING APPEAL. BROKEN HILL ? MAGISTRATE'S DE CISION UPHELD BY SUVREME COURT The cupieme Cotnt his git on its de eision 111 the ease — Noms \ Biokeu Hill Council. Tliu was an appeal fion He decision of iii McKoii'io, SMvttho mled that Ihe Couiieii \.as eiitilleir-U) lute the up pell nil's lind 0.1 ltt. leal vilue UnJei the piotisums ot tlicVLoeal Gov einmenl Vet Hip nmmpiONed laiiel -value (foi niliiig pm poses ot laud held undei mulct's lease 01 licenses of the^Ciown, is h\ed at twentj limos its ieni\il, so tint us the nuijoiilj of such plots oft kind .110 tented onh it 3s pei annuny, the ?uting, it vv is contended, should Jie on 1-5 — uicsprclitc of its piuduclitd talue The nppc II nil held ,1 block of laud mi Aigpn* btieet, tale indisputable The Council, upphinj .1 geiiDi.il 1 ite, insisted that the'1 '£5 .'.valuation; coulel not be pleaded foi p'ots 111 ie-ideiitial uicas , that the lalcuble tulre niusl bo the ical talue Tho ease was heuiel 111 August, and thp evidence ...

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EXPLOITING THE POOR IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

EXPLOITING THE POOR IN ENC ' '? LAND. Tho work-housos of Groat Britain and Ii eland do hat so much exist for tho benefit of. tlio poor and unemployed as for ;tho benefit of ofiioials, guaiclinns, tostrymon,- tradosnien supplying goods, and professional men such as doctors, lawyers, architects; &c, suniilvinir sor vioas. At a vory modc*rafco ostiniiito half tho money raised by taxation is annexed' by tho managers connected with British- work-housos. — Bondigo 'lndepandoiit.'

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The World's Press. AFTERNOON TEA IN BALLOONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

The World's Press. ? v ? ' AFTERNOON TEA IN DALLOONS. Afternoon toa in tlio clouds promises to beooino a jxtpular iunetion with tlw fashionable sportswomen of Paris. Thoro aro at loast 50 ladies in tho oapi. tal who niako occasional aerial excur sions, tlio more during by thoinsolvos, tho others aiiesimp.inied by tbeir )m-- lianas. Aiudainc isiircdiil lias u long; record of ascents to her .crodit. When ti lends call upon her Madame Sureouf liequently takes them for an excursion 111 one of lier husband's balloons, uiid instead of having tor. at home, they tako it in cloudland. — 'Tho World's --etv8.' .

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IN PRAISE OF SHORT SKIRTS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

IN PRAISE OF SHORT SKIRTS. Wo all liko good clotlies and tho fooling; of ; being well-dressed. it is not entirely a Question of nionoj-. Just stop to think what -a saving of timo and money tho short skirt is to the woman, ospocially tho busy woman. No skirts biaidsiiood i-ouovval, no frayed edges give hor an.' untidy appearance. — 'Aus- tralian: Homo Journal.'

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THE SUCCESSFUL WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

THE 'SUCCESSFUL WOMAN. Tho'^woman who 'makes good' must bo blessetl witli strength and health and ?? an ambition to ' team and tako advantage of every opportunity that comes her , way. Sho must work with all -her 'heart*}, piny with all her heart, abovo all. things avoiding iudifforojieo and that oiiomy to all procross— apathy. ' Sho' must select tho pleasum that Will bring hor the greatest joy, chooso tlio work that sho is host fittwi for.*' '.'.'i.-'fliisj-tho temporamont that re cognises tliafc oiicouragomont is all very nico aildpi-otty, but tliat if 0110 is ;ro mg to do a thing that counts, buo doesn't need it.— 'Dolineator.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908

P. MORRISON, ARGfc.NT STREET. Opposite Demo Club. PRACTICAL TASkOR. NEW SUMMER GOODS. UP-TO-DATE METHODS. SPLENDID RANGE 'MATJ^tLVLS.. R0CKBOTT0M PRICES. ? C307:30(iTU.S.A.M. TRY FAMOUS 1 Tomato *Sauce0 Purity and Excellence Unsurpassed. Factory,: Morgan-st, West BroKen Hill. TElvEPHONE 141. 307 (Late C. Painton). THE TAILOR. ^ ? \ Choice Assortment of New Summer Goods. MAGNIFICENT INDIGO' SERGE SUIT.GO/. EVERY 'GARMENT MADE BY EXPERTS ON THE PREMISES. STYLE AND FINISH. '?'.'''? 259 ARGENT STREET (0pp. Technical College). . ' ' | | C'307; 300 'MWS. ?:' - STRIKE. FOR E. TONKIN'S, Where you get the Best Assortment of HATvS, vmiRTS, TIES, &c, in the Towu. Prices Low. The Quality Good. - The Truth... Address— ARGENT STREET, Next Smart's Furnishing' Shot) C307 mf: 33 _ & ?-??.','.??

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