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HOLIDAY IN ADELAIDE. KING'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS HELD IN PERFECT WEATHER. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

- HOLIDAY IN ADELAIDE. .KINO'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS HELD IN PERFECT WEATHER. ['Tiulh's' Special Sen ice] ADDLuVIDD, Monday. The King's Bnthday holiday passed off to-day very p!ea=antlj, in perfect « cathcr. AH out-door lesorts veic well patron ised, and spoits meeting-) and cricket well attended.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KING'S BIRTHDAY HONORS. No New Peers; Six Baronets, Twenty Knighthoods. SEVERAL SENATORS KNIGHTED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

k\W% BIRTHDAY HONORS. No Kcw- Peers ; Six Baronets, Twenly Einightiioods. SEVERAL SENATORS KNIGHTED. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Monday. In accordance with the Cime 'lonoied custom the list of honois confeired on the occasion of King VAv, aid's ikitliday id publibhed to daj . At. \ms c\pecled, by leason of the f.iet that tho Government contcnip'al-s on at tack upon the eustence of the House of Loids, no now peels of tho lexlm m o created. Thcio ' aio si\ new b.uo'i't-, and twenty knighthoods. The only honoms of special inti'ieit to AiibUnlia aio those confuted njion S11 T. Gibson Cui'iidicl, vho his p ccntlj bceorio Go\eiiioi of ^ ictnn.i, i.]i on Mi. Thomas T Jiving, Mi-ii--li-. m Defence, for the- Common v.valth, and Sciuloi Best {Qi'ieiiol.iiKin .i'id S. Lann-don Tionjtlion (South Austi.ili.i) These .ire appointed to 1-i« KnirjVs Con1n1.1r.dc1 of the Ordci of SI Mi ii.iel and St George Senutoi Gould (New South Waio) i-, appointed to be a Knight 'B.iehelo.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARRIER SOCIALIST GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

BARRIER SOCIALIST CROUP. At the customary business meeting of tho Bainei Socialist Group, on .Sunday morning, Mi 11 A Giflney w is appointed chairman of the gioup, \ice Mi R. S Ross, iosi!picd It was lepoitod that Mi Alf Ci.unpton had been selected us editoi of 'The Flame.' \\Mi Mi A. K Wallace, business man.igei An enlaiged pliotogiaph, suitably msciibod, of mem bei-. of the gioup, w.is handed to Mi ltoas as a memento of his yo.k foi So l.vhbin 111 Biokcn Hill

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ELECTION INCIDENT. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

AN ELECTION INCIDENT L' Ti ulh's ' Special Sei \ ice ] ?MELBOURNE, Monday, rho election for the Uppei Goulbuin, ?iherc Mi Hunt, new ly-appomtcd Min ister foi Lands, is being opposed bj a laboi rarduliitc, gh SrJurd.iy a'toided an amusing incident Mr Prondeigast, leader of tho State Laboi Party, was speaking at a moot ing hold nt Soymoui by Mr D McLeod, Labor candidate A local resident interjected ? so fro qusntl^ that Mr rrondeigast became anpioird, and jumped o%cr tho footlights and tackled tho mteijector Both men fell, and Mr Piondergast grabbed tho lntorjeetor by tho heels .ind tnod to diao; him oufof tho hall, but failed to do ip Mi PicndeiKast then icsumed his speech '

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY COOLING DOWN. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

GERMANY COOLING^ DOWN (Rcutu'b Ser\ite , . LONDON, Mondaj. The' tone now adopted by the German newspapcis towaras fiance m lefeience to tho Casablanca incident is much calm oi, and a liiendly settlement is e\ pected

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF VICTORIEN SARDOU. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

DEATH OF VICTORIEN SARDOU (HeulcrS Sei\ic2) LONDON. Monday. Victouen Saidou, the le.uling di.imii tist of 1'i.uicc, diqd to oay.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

HOTELS.- ' -' mATTB«SALL'S HOTEL, ' ARGENT STREET,-' TRAM TERMINUS. E. n. WITCflELL, PROPltlETpil. , N~, s/a. B.-COY.'S ALES ON DRAUGHT. ' LIQUORS NONE BETTER THAN , * t THE BEST. ? |_- ' - , TUB ' '„ ? /7IENTBNNIAL HOTEL ' . ^ ' - Is noted foi its ' ' tt * ACCOMMODATION FOK . .' ? .TRAVELLERS ?' \ S aiid^tko l , ^ ''' , QUALITY Of'iTS LIQUOR. ' ' CUARL1E.WEBSTER, PROPRIETOR. - ,

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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URGING THE SHAH TO BE DONE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

? . r— ^ URGING THE SHAH TO BE DONE. 1 (Reutni's Service - ^ LONDON, Monday. , Gieat Bulain and Russia ha\e again, through their lcpicscntatncb at Tehei an, uiged the bliah of l'eisia to end the pi eseiit, bloodshed and nniuehy by establishing tho constitution ot legime which ho fust gi anted and then1 with drew. ? *

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAVE YOU HAD TYPHOID YET? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

HAVB YOU HAD TYPHOID ? ? The typhoid season is heie, and fd the next foui oi five months the Sanit.uy Inspector ^\ all lcpoit -foitiughtly to the Council that five, ten ol niRen eases -no nndei going treatment Pnpuinonm ,md othei diseases ^ ill also iigiut in his statement but typhoid will take pude ol nlace \\o ,uo pi oud ot oui way of htindling typhoid Oui doctors arc'c^ei at curing it The inoi tphty compaics ^ondciiully A\ell with the best that tlie biggest cities aad tho gietncsl \illage can l)oast Many oi! us Ikug got to look upon typhoid as a necessaiy cmI — indeed e\il is too strong a, term to suit oui_niood The dis ease is biacketed wth mcaslc^ as an oithodox incident of life, a bit tnesome, like an over-hot day oi the toothache but nothing woiso Nou that ffdj oi looking at it is utteily auoiij* There is no thing piett- about iny /-vinotie level And Ijphoid is a iilth disease, nothing moio, nothing else It is the lcsult ot bad habits, msauitdiy sunoundings, foul uatci, conta...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

AMUSEMENTS. SKATING RINK. TO-NSGHT. LAST NIGHT OF THE CIRCUS. 3s., 2s., £s. ?NUF SED. r 3iS. ?'' SALVATION ARMY. PICNIC AT STEPHEN'S CRUEK TO-MORKOW (WKDM1SDA\ ), NOVEMBER 11th, KING'S JMRT111U\ TRAIN Leaves Railwav lowii 9 13, Sulphide Street 0 80, Leaving foi homo C.30. FARE : Adults, 2s , Cllildreii, lb COME AND UAVE--A DA\ Wl'lII THE CHILDREN v z313 A.N.A. RIFLE CLUB ^ SHOOTINtt all duv A\ CDNESDA\ 'for Valentino 'Jrophv.. Membeis moot at Secretary's Office, 'Wcndt's Chnmbei s, 10 o'clock AVcducsdnj mom mZ' » J. AY. Bt-RRO\\£-, Smctaiv /J15 WANTED NOTICES. »aer this beadinir (if prepaid) 1» word li three insertions, 2s ; It kotos Isfil tlire in.icrtiotis, 3*; 24 words, 2s, three iiise! tions, 4a.] ? WANTED 500 Business People to odrertisu in this column Note oar LOW BATES. WANTED immediately General Nurse kept. Mrs. Di., Hams, JUulga Hill, Oxide Strcot 315-1G 17 WANTED Three Rospectablo Bo«td era, lofty stone room Apply, Marts Villa, botwecn Oxide md Jodido Streets. -? z31516 17...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. W. J. HUGHES, A UCriONKliR, 110US13 and' LAND ?£*- .*GENT. ' ' 1S2 PAT10N STRE1SJ', S.B U. Solo Agont Coinish Pianos and Or gans, Diuinio Ellis and Hill's PianoB, Boosoy and Con ell's Biass Band In stiuniculs. ' Sales conducted anywhere in tho dis tiict. J. IIAROIiD CAMERON, AV. F. t DICIiSON, Tiadmg as CAMERON end DICICSON,' ? SnAREBHOKERS AND AGENTS FOR'4 yoai-s aiid lo months rcspec tiv--ly Secrotaiy to tho Broken Ilill llospital. 'Will bo very pleased to IJuy 01 Sell SHARES for you. Ono Commission Only. Aie 111 a position to ?find you a, Comfortable Home, or to in suio it or youi Goods. -.'. . ARGENT STREET. : -' ?

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

BUSINESS NOTICES. NOAH mxi ARGENT STREET, Opposite A M V Officer PIlONOCRAt'ilS from 10/ lo £30. RECORDS. RECORDS. RECORDS. We are now spoiling JiLEuTEIC 1-'ANS suitable foi the Biokcu Hill cuncnt^ Inspect my Slock and get myNPtico«— IT PAYS YOU. C307-1-V RING UP 253 For tho BEST BREAD and SMALLGOODS .PROCURABLE liN\T0WN. D. M°CUBBIN Is ibo person to supply you. s ? OUR ARGENT STREET TEA ROOMS, Spacious and Cool. Evoty Convenience. Tho ideal Sum-? inor ltotic.it for Light Luncheons. Pn-- vato Room for Ladios. ARGENT STREET, IJ.mdy to Tram Terminun. . BERKUOLZ, KJLLSIDE HOTEL'. ? BEST 'VMNES, SPI1UTS, AND BEER on tho Banior. — ALATA'YS AS COOL AS A CUCUM BER. c308ts,120.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMING BOXING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

COMING BOXING MATCH. The proposed bo\ing contest between Frank Thorn- and tho winner of tho Keys'* and Douglas match has fallen through for tho p/esont, o\.mg to Hock Keys' pievious engagement with Lyn. Truscott. This lattci is to tako placo on the 23id instant, the samo date as had been proposed for: tho Thorne — Keys match Keys has w ired to Trus rott, among other things, 'Evciythmg all light,' so that the publ'c of Broken [Iill can depend upon a pood exhibition on the night in question. Tniscott is now 111 hud training, doing all 'road woik' 111 tho mornings In tho aftei 110011s ho does his spairing and othci work at tho Theatre Royal Ho looks in good fettle, perhaps a pound 01 two heavy, but that is eisily leduccd His trainei is Dick Davis Any local boys who would liko to ha^c a spar with Lyn Tniscott aio welcome They may test assuied that he will not lake an- libei ties with their physiognomy

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KING'S BIRTHDAY IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

KING'S BIRTHDAY IN BRISBANE. ['Truth's' Special Sen ice] BRISBANE, Monday Night ? Tho King's Birthday holiday was ob served hero to-day,' but tho weathei conditions wero ^ciy unpleasant Light showers of rain fell during tho moin ing, and theie is cveiy appearanco of a further fall Tho Humpybong Regatta was pest^ poued on account of a heat y galo blow - ing

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLOSING BARRIER HOTELS. ARGUMENTS ON APPEALS EXPECTED TO COME ON THIS WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

CLOSING BARRIER HOTEIS. ? v ? ARGUMENTS ON APPEALS EX , PECTED TO COME ON THIS WEEK. In December of Iasi jear, a Spscial Couit tat and decided to close sis hotels in Broken Hill electorate, and three in Sturt. This course was taken under the Amended Liquor Act. Two appeals were, lodged, on the ground that the Judge had taken into consideration the history of the houses instead of the requirement* of the neighborhood! 1c wm contended that the latlei aspect of the question should lmo held the hrst place. The Judge held that tnroe convictions against an hotel '-liould be faufhcicnl to cause its license to be annulled. The appellants won then case, which ««i lefened back lo I he Special Couit The. -moment thnt court began business Hie countel foi the SA Blowing Com pany enteied two applications foi iiilcn nisi, calling upon the Special Couit to show caiifO-whj it fehould hear the casei These niles ha^e been listed foi argu ment in Hip l'ull Court in Sydney, the Special Couit haiing had ...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BARRENJOEY FISHERMAN. EFFORTS TO TRACE OR RECOVER THE BODY UNAVAILING. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

THE BARRENJOEY FISHERMAN. EFFORTS TO TRACE OR RECOVER THE BODY UNAVAILING. [' TiuthV Ppcci.il Service.] SYDNEY, Monday. All eiloiti to trace the body of thr fisherman, who was supposed to hive been lost at Barrenjoey, from a, boat, yesterday, have proved unavailing.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KING'S BIRTHDAY IN SYDNEY. DELIGHTFULLY COOL WEATHER PREVAILED FOR THE SPORTS. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

KING'S BIRTHDAY IN SYDNEY. DELICHTlrULLY COOL WEATHER PREVAILED FOR THE SHORTS. ['Truth's' Special Service.] SYDNEY, Monday Night. Tho King's Bnthday wns lo-ddy ob served as a close holiday Tho usual regalias were held, and the weathei was cool and pleasant.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIFTY FROM SYDNEY. Enjoyed a Game of Cricket Yesterday; Are Hoping for Picnics. THEIR CHIEFS INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

THE FIFTY FROM 'SYDNEY. fnjoyed a Game of Cricket Yesterday; Are Hoping for Picnics. THEIR CHIEFS INTEMIEWED. Tho fifty polico fiom Svdnoy 'carried no rifles to Broken Hill. 'This fact was tho buiden of tho remaiks of Suporin tondent Johnson 111 tho course of a few mmutob' chat with a represontativa ot 'Bamoi Daily Tiuth' last evening. ''Jhey never brought a riilo with them,' said the supeimtondont, 'eithor in Hand, in a box, or a case, so it doesn't look as if they eam-- to make trouble As a niattei of fact, we have como to protect ovoiy one, and wish to remain absolutely neutral. AVo hav« found tho Broken Hill peoplo very nic« to us sinco wq hayo been hero, and very law-abiding indeed.' ' Wo ha\o seen uotlung hero to mako us think thoie will bo any necessity for us to piotcct peoplo or property,' said tho ''superintendent. 'Wo hop* wo shall not need to do anything. 'Wo know that tho Labor Party wore very strong supporters of tho reforms in the , Polico Act about two years ago.. Th...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACES AT WILLIAMSTOWN. ["Truth's" Special Service.] MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

RACES AT V/ILL1AMSTOWN. i { ['Truth's' Special Sen ice.] MELBOURNE, Monday. Tho racing at Williamstoi\n to-day ro&ulted : — ' ] ''',',,. Uuidlo flace, 2 miles. -rNighthght, ' 0.0, 1 ; Kgba, 10.0, 2 ; Lartikm, 10. 0, 3 Beitino- : 15 to 1 v. tho winner. Tv.o-.veai-old Handicap, ' 5} furlongs. — Tea Cos,y, 7.5, 1 ; Vivacious., 7.7, 2 ; Lady Dudley, 7.7, 3. Betting : 2 to 1 v. the winner. Vrillinuiitouii Cup, 11 fmlongs.— Iolam-, 9.2 (Cooper), *1 ; Delawaio, 7.4 (liaimorj, 2 ; 'liafalgdi, 7.1 (Lewis), 3. Bet ling : o to 2 v. lolairo. Koval .Stakes, 0 fuilongb — Dhobi, 7.7, 1 ; (ioldsign, 0.12, 2 , Aihngton, | 9.1, 3. Bolting : 5 to 2 v. tho win | Stoeplechaso, 2 miles.— Rofulgont, ! 9.5, 1 ; Roicoinmon Boy, 9.12, 2, Post boy, SU2, 3. Bottmg : 7 to 1 v. tho winner. Faipwcll Handicap, 1 mile. — Tan- talln, G.13, 1 ; Yoiciuce, 8.9, 2 ; Bel fry, S.I, 3. Bottmg : 4 to 1 v'/:tho winner. ? ' ?: ? _ ^^,

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KENSINGTON RACES. ["Truth's" Special Service.] SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908

KENSINCTON. RACES.' ^ [?' Truth's ' -Special Service] SYDNEY, Monday. The races at Kensington to-day ro tultcd : — ' v , ?* Alaiden Handicap, ......0,. furlongs.— llolmah, 8.4, 1 ; Gipsy Jack, 8 '7, 2 ; Graf ton Quoon, 7.10, 3. Twcho start ed. Botiing : 10 to 1 v. the wm nor. Timo, lmin .- ICsec . Nursery Stakes, 4£ fin longs — Lo Vivant, 8:0, 1 ; Maltha, 8.2, 2 ; Mall King, 8.5, 3. Fourteen started. Bet ting : 10 to 1 v. tho winner. Timo, C7soc. Birthday Handicap, 1 mile. — Copper- top, 8.5, 1 ; Mnlteur, 7.4, 2 ; Trajec tory, 7.4, 3. bix btaited Betting : 5 to 2 v. tho winner. Timo, 1mm 42is.ee. King's Handicap, , 1J' milol — Flor- / anco, 9.2, 1 ; Epois, 8.10, 2 ; AlibS '- Noble, 7.0, 3. - 's ?

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