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A LENIENT FINE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
A LLNIENT FINE Chailos Giles, biothei of the last jliindti ilso ie-:i(lino' in lieivl blicci i is chirged toi a simihr ^ftenco m bbndo otroet, on Siturdn aftoincon last, at 2 30 ConsUblc ilagill, win iv as on dutj in tint ncu itj, in'do fit -nest ih is the lourtJi aprcannct of tio accii'd on like el aie.es, the 'ist bo-ing Uirco montiu a o Ihe o \I di alt leinuiUv with him iiinnj. iiim 5/, n doiault ono dav'i imprison ment.
EMILY'S WEAKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
EMILY'S OLPKFCSS Thinly Andcr oi , 31, a married vv o mm, living in Borjl Stieet, mado hoi lifth api»aianoo bctoro tho Polit- Coin I on i eh ago ot diunktnncss Tht accascd woman woie a. black veil, winch completely hid hci fieo 'When ask od to plead she answered in a scarce 1, audiblo tones tint sho was guiltj Hie oflenee with which the nonmn wa' chat god is apparent!} a giowmg weak jioss She w is fined ol, oi ono daj 't irapi isonmen1
PULPITS AND PEWS. Summaries of Sermons Preached in Barrier Churches on Sunday. CONCERNING WORK AND WAGES. Rev. E. J. Tuck says God's Curse Rests on Him Who DEprives the Laborer of His Due. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
PULPITS AND PEWS. ? , A ? . I Summaries of Sermons Preached in I Barrier Cliurcdes on Sunday. I CONCERNING WORK AND WAGES. | ? Eg | rov. E. J. Tuck says Cod's Curso I Rests on Him Who Deprives tho B Laborer of ilia Duo. ? At tho Churcli of Christ, on Sun ? day owning, tho Rov. E. J. Tuck K preached from Romans, G-23. n Tlio Biblo mentions; work \-vor, 400 I times, and wages, or hire, over 80 I times. Work is ^tho.duty of every I man. God 'is a «'ork«r,'to bo God ? liko ono must work,' whether with pen. | br spade, brain or ? brawn, matters I little. I God's word emphasise's tlio Fact that I tho laborer is worthy of his hire. I God's curso rests on thoso 'who '.defraud' I tlio worker of his wages. In I89o I throughout tlio United Kingdom tho I average annual income per adult man was £140; but tho average wages -paid to tho manual workman was £64, or loss than half. , I Much has been dono to improvo tho I position of tlio toilor. Hours havo ! boon reduced from' 12 to 10, and then | to...
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A CRUCIFIXION ? Rev. E. R. Ledger Tells the South Broken Hill Baptists Where to See One—Every Day. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN £ CRUCIFIXION ? rov . E . R . . LDdgar Tells tho South Broken Hill Baptists W hero to - Sso Ono— Evory'Day: . j Text— Hebrews 0, 0 : '? They crucify to j themselves the Son of God afresh.' - . ~ Two thousand years have passed, but !' that crucifixion is still tho most realis tic fact in history. i / Tho story is told by author, artist 1 and preacher, and at that cieat evil, that monstrous wrong_to an innocent man, eieiyone stands aghast (yet no *-jnan , would remove it from tho history of the ?hoi Id), is viewed with horror, and as we think of it we cry- shame upon the perpetrators of that crime,, and flatter 1 ourselves thai wo had no part in it. In tho actual crucifixion that is true, hut to-day, men, by moial identification with those who spurned Christ, are still crucifying Clui'st. Clnisl is still a suffering Christ. Cod is yet wounded by the thousands who dniiy spurn his messenger. , Have vou over scon a crucifixion going on ? Not with brutal force, causing ...
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL. Sermon by Very Rev. W. H. Connelly—"The Just Man Lives by Faith." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL. Sermon by Vory Rev . W . . . H . Con nolly — 'The Just Man Lives by Faith.' At tho celebration of tlio 11 o'clock Mass on Sunday morning, tho Vory , Hov. Father Connolly took as tho sub ject of his sermon, 'Tho Just Man Lives by Faith.' It was not suffi cient for a man to fall down on his knoes and throw, up his liauds ' to tho Almighty. A man's faith nm&t'bo practically embodied in his daily life. Life and conduct were controlled by faith. Faith ruled tlio .world. To tamper with a man's creed was to inter foro with that man's wholo life,, in just tho samo way as' the course of a ship was changed by a^incro touch of tha wheel controlling tho rudder. To ,rob a man of his fait.1i was to underniino tho foundations of that . man's morality. y Strong, vivid, earnest faith was at tlio vory root of spiritual life. Faith was tlio fundamental principle of re ligion.'' Ho' urged upon the ?congre- gation to bo earnest in their faith, and bo .'influenced by tli...
A BONUS ON HELMETS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
A BOf3US ON HELMETS 1 ho unpopuhiit} 111 wlich what is considei\d to be imnecos- uj police intciloionco 13 held, his been (lemon t,tiated 111 vanous wavs \\iitei rc m^mbcrs fine oreasion vheu «-oi\iu(' with tho TikditeiroiTean fleet th'11 Iv 111K it Malta 'Iho authoiities of tJio town It-tl lodged complaints with the \dminl of tlio licet about tho ioiv ly ism of his men when ashoro on loa%o As i icsult it \ i' agiecJ that fie Maltese policemen hhould auest mj ??oameii 01 maimos guiltj or miscon 'liu 'Bovs of tho bulldog brc^l' in itiated v 'Helmet Imnd ' Atij mm wroscnti ig 1 iwhctmaii s helmet vv as nAlovvea to di w £1 Thoio were many (Kims satisfied, and 1 nun baic lioadcd fuii'l''15' ot t1l° la^ 1X tlw distnet Ioi a fow days Eicntuilh tlio Mli/^ns of Vilonoia amocxl to allow tho naval authorities to havo tho solo honoi ot anesting then own 'ulntts,' and tno helmet ot tho law vyas a« un safe on its natural resting plaot
BROKEN HILL PENSIONER ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
BROKEN HILL PENSIONER ILL John Booth, an old ago pen-=iouu if 80 i ens 1 is leputed at tho Police St'lion to have bion seized wi h eolif 'I Ik oM man hid be-n living it -o 1*7, \igtn- btix-et /inngtmtnt wok made hr which ho via taken to Iho Hospital tj uud-igj medic il tieit in 1 i It, is tlit uvual «i ictioo ill ( is- wluie old aao iJcnsioiou Jjocome ill foi tho imlie-o to havo supoivision of tlio dis(, 10 that thev maj know c atU\ how lon^ tht en t. leimiu 111 ihe llosjutil 11 undei medical treat niciil aiul i) b- ibhi tj lr^ulite their ])in 1 11
SMOKE SOCIAL. Blacksmiths, Toolsmiths and Strikers Have a Merry Time. "BARRIER DAILY TRUTH" TOASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
SMOHE SOCIAL. Blactemiths, ToolsmiU* and Strikers Have d Kerry Time 'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH TOASTED. \l-out 1U0 mtmbtis anil fiiends of the ljlacksnnths, Joolsmiths, ind btn kns' Assocntion yithcied at tlo liades Jlnil an Satin dij night Ioi Hi*. puiiwso ot taking pait m the vlnrd iiitiunl moke social timed out ml1-' clti the auspices ot tho issoeiatiou Mi A Jj Maitm (nrc-idei t) 1 is unavoidably absent, and Ah V *-onui ninit proside-l Mr I om JMann w is piesent \n txtd'ont spread w i- pjovtdod, and tho socnl was one of the liusb onjojable vit held, gie it en t'uisMsm being shown 111 honoiiug the 1 a ions toasts piopo'cd Ihe fiist toast was that of Uio BIiu ksmith , loolsimths, md &tnk-is Association,' propo--eJ bv Mr ljm Al inn, who sud it w is pleasing to know til a tlio union in- neaih twice as strong as it tlio same timo li t veai, and its fmanciil position was 100 p 1 eeni, bettei Fmther, ni -11 thoso eligible to join tho union, al leudv seven eights ucic memucis, un' the ...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. STRIKES OR BALLOT BOX, WHICH? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
unas 10 ihe editor. STrJIE-DS OB EPLLOT COX, VVMIOH? &n, — liundicds --io Jiailing vwJt do light tie amval ot vouj Liboi dailj, and a o endorsinj; iUi Scxitt hi. 1 nott's uldie s, winch lio dMiVvrcd 111 tho i 1 ados nail, B oktn Hill, bout two }'us ago Hi idvi'cd tlio Bampiit's to keep then faiths high, and woik, 1- nine no stone untiu ueu until tho 1-iaboi d-Iilj v r an c'tabhshed tnct, and we suj oheors foi ill oonccinccl Now, -m , what i, wanted is that copies of tl at papoi sh ill bo supplied \i evoi uistituto 111 tho whole ot Vusti ilm It will becomo tho edu citoi ol tho ^working masses Wo have, litelv hoiid 1 ngelv from All J on Mann and a 1 id\ (in th-* Hippo atonic la-t feuiuhj night) — tho bui d n ol then ipp-^al is, v e lnvo fnous nnds of imtmpbjed, and jet thcro 110 piohts uising liom lndujtties tint aro making tho neb wcalthiei 'Iliese uble spenkcis 1 --me us that tho woikeis aie at loa- fc 70 j) *i cent ot the popul ition ISow , ebout cvoty threo vcais v\o lrvo ...
GOOD TEMP[?]ARS LODGE! [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
GOOD TEMPLARS LODGE' The regular genenl meeting of tho Pndo of the North Lodgo u-s held it tho ALethodist Church, Lano Street North lost Hock Tho financial state ment for tho quarter ending October vis adopted, showing a cieditiblo bil anco in hand In tho -ibsenco of Bio R Hewitt, L d^puti (resigned), J3ro 1 C Zcugofsgo, District Deput,, in stalled tho following officei s foi tho onsumg t«rm — C lompKi, Bro II Ii :Up\\ , V Ttmplai, IJio II Hcd gei ; ?ecietiij, IJio W Mini, ii incial icorotiii, Sistei R Jivlo-'!, treasiirei, Sister r &pjatt, JIai Bio O flanbon , Chap , Bio J C M nuli bink , PCI, Bro J C tol \i worth', D Mil , Sist/r ^ II S^lo mou, i^sistiint scciotin, Bro L Miller, Guaid, Sistoi I IJiooKs, Sen tmcl, Bro Baker Aft'i the msiillation cciemony, 11 e district d^putj ga-^o i slioit inu n - torosting eddrcts on ' Good 'leinpliiv,' and furt'iei congratulated tho lod^c on tho sucocis v-lnch it hid attained s nco it Ind boon instituted m Jure last Bro W Muir was appoih...
STAR OF PEACE I.O.G.T. LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
OTAR or PEACH ! O C T LODGE Tho quaiterly mooting of tno Stii of Poaoo Lodgo, No e-32, was hold m tho Protestant H ill on Wcdnc daj , \vli'n tlo rvl»rts recoiled showed tho woik ,of tho lodgo to bo in a fanh piobPLious stato Albo, that tho woik in till. Juvuult lciupic \ lib in a oiuu I n conciition TIJq follow uig officers were dulj m Btnlled for tho quaitoi bj Bio V/ Muir, L D , a^^istod by Bro F C Zcut,of=ure, iu acting GM, und Bio U JwUl, D&M, Doth of Prule of Alma, No 936, T Bro P Ooidon, V 1 , Bro 11 C McKmnon, iccie tan, Bio W 1) i-olm,'As S '-lstoi ^1 Mooii\, I 'sctrttin, ]Jio W Jjinonj , ticisuier, Bio L Allanhon , Mm , Si* K V 'Collins Chap . s''- l(.r AT P McKijiuon , duuul, IJio R Hcuwood, Vu Bio S lambcit, PC, Sistei fi II Douglas , Ucgistu Sistti D Henwood, oigamst, feistti IJ 'fl ll hnmb i'lio usual stindnir, committees were duly appointul foi th« quartet
DRAUGHTS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
DRAUGHTS ASSOCIATION. ^ A mooting of tlio Broken 11 ill DiaugUt* \.--wcidtiou was lield m tho Town JIall on &atuulaj night 'Jlio ovei ihe tolbwini, dolt^atii fiom the \ atious ( lubs — Messrs Ct Kemp (bcc yMLbitlmt of vln Vb^ociiition piLsidcd lotaiy of 's OLiatton), J loo, nnd J \ ^1 SIkIIcj, AU&t Broken IIill Club Vioolcotl, ALwb\, md Brealej, Not tli Bioken Hill Club, nnd T GiL son mid 1) O'D^ i, Alma Club The chief bu iicsi brought fornaid was tlo mat ui dealing with sciateh niat cirs It was decided, aftei a short di tu «ion, to tontn vio tho seratoh n itiliis fortni0htly dining the biiminoi lllDlltllH J lie a Miuition ceitificato foi the piemii i ilub won bv tho 'Wests, was ji| md dm in _ tho evening It has ict 1o bo fimmd, wlui it will b handed o\ei to t/ic winning club Jt «n i!ro ddid'd to uistituto a olnm pioiislup in teh to b eol U -tcd ibout n- \t M ic Ii i Ii^n tlu- pine nmniii' will In pu-?u''d \ ith k iie tiopli liom tho i'- o ntion I In co ifriruu vluel...
NEWS AND NOTES. Who Spurred the Speaker ? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
news ai® mtn. — o-- — Who Spurred tho Speaker ? '-.one of in would - m t , imdnj,o Lhc thumb nin and Du i u] \mi ,fttI Hading Iliiiinid-. 1 1]- m I wlmh i i u elh --ets iHiwn nil (liui was s ud m (Ik debate tlmt ltd in tin i^ign ilioii ot AliJ Gnllitli it is dilhailt to a\oid WHlnniS tli ifc Wjule Mood and tin SjiOHkei— mk} e\en Hit phijieilict siciihuicI Spi ikci— i could be put to ^ome (mild) foim oi Ioi' Im i How did it conn to piss that the Sneuku elianced Ins mind on the mtu [iiotutiou of un Oidoi just m turn to quash tho mtmbu foi Stint ? As Han sard' shoua thut^Jfr Wood mlei united ten tiniLi— oi points or oidti— dumig, Mi Gudiths fpeeeh vvlml did the Spe ik ei nu an when ho told the House Inter on that Hie Colonial butbtatv did not mtei|io3P at all ij As soon in Mi Giiihth isked his (pitslion, All Wood sneered that his memory would not'serve to icnicmbei them, hut— if In will ]-ut them in nu niUlli,uit tusc foim ttie\ would bt dealt with ' T Hint m indieu tion of bis mood » ...
B.D.A.P.L.L MEETING DECIDES TO AGAIN SELECT MR ARTHUR GRIFFITH FOR STURT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
?BMP.LL v MEETING DECIDES TO AGAIN SELECT MR ARTHUR GRIFFITH FOR STURT. V gum il mutiii/ ol the J niiei Uis tint As-.cmbh J' L I e igm w ii held it the liuilis II nl list lu^ht Jhe pusi dull All Jubi/ V'nglit uicupiid the eh 111 iNoniin itions foi tin Stall J aboi billot vue deelaiud eluded ic b pm Jhe following tudenliils v\no ie cmed Pliimbci-, md l3ipe litteis Umoii Messi-. I A\ jillaee and V liliek, Cai [icnteis ami Joimib 1 A\ Ttieks viei Mi KifLliingc leii^ned ml Cntes Lnion 'Ti V -.o'm Coiif-poudinco vmis leccivcd fiom the J\))ogi ipmcil ^ocietj ie- suslentatioi fei -i i. lettci w is iieei\L(l fiom Alessis 1 II C nn mil V Ciiilhth with iignd to the uneiiiploynil. Ihe imount of Cl' J,2-j ud , t ipit 1I10 1 fds w s pissill foi pivinent to tin I' 1 \i ]J\eeuti c 1 t]iorts v\e e uceived tioin All Alls ev delegate to the Wnlei Icigue, me 1 1 om the I'usiilcit and Secretiuv, v\he «(ii piesent it lie caucus im ctin ' Hie nominations ioi the position o1 nil kite to the State T iboi C...
The Police Court. Monday—Before Mr. J. McKensey, S.M. Eight Months Sober. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
Tike Police Court. Mond iv— Lefoto Vi J AleKonsioy, S AI CislH fflorsths Sober John ]u\, is 1 'iboiei, icsiding 11 B'onclo fctreot, -nd i native of Queens l-id, v s brought up on a ehugo o1 b'iu^ chunk in Vij;ent faticct on Sa,t aid iv 1 lgla .it III mm lies pa--t 11 ft is ..,iiow eight 'months sina lie tended v ii brought ip fo i similn oliLiiec In tlua e i=-c lie s it to tno ma'istiato that it would be eight veils beioio lio would appoa a_,ai 1 ' JL i unfoi lun itc 'nri lookcc i is he had been dunking vciv leavi]^ and had suffered from the effects-of it. I hi S M cvideuil} ^a.o him con ??idprotion tor this weikne s of tin leeii-uK mil lie Ut lemmtlj with luiu hnmg him 5', in detmlt ono dav's un 1 ir=onment
HE FELT ASHAMED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
HE FELT ASHAMED. Stepnen Giles, a. iniiivi, '' vtats or a,j;o, residing in Ii i\l Stieet, ana ji itiileiK. iipneu mci, w is iho biouglu up on i thaine of hiving beei diunU in Aigo.it, Stieet oi- S tuiduv Tho accused, who is a first olFonder, o identlj ielt a hanod ot himself, foi his appeiiiuce un tho court, and lie pk idod in ii loi Ioik- tint ho wat. = uih\ ilio S JM miliCt-ed tho iisti-i* [Ciialty for lirat oltendeis ui/on him, v hue cf 07, oi lmpnsouiueut foi one da/
DRUIDISM. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
DRUIDISM. The Triumph Druids Lodge, No. 448, held its usual fortnightly meeting at the lodge room, TattersaU's Hotel, last night, Arch. Druid Brother II: E. Besi presiding over a large attendance oi .ncmbcrs . and visitors, including tin Judges from tnc Koyal Arch Chapter jno new member was initiated. Harmon) was indulged in, and a pleasing eviminj mis K|Vont' uf t«r the usual business haci been disposed of.
THE WORLD'S PRESS. SERMONS ARE CHEAP JUST NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
THE WORLD'S PRESS. SERMONS ARE CHEAP JUST NOW. For a smiling a week an American preacher can havo j a two-thousand-, -words sermon delivered with the same regularity as tho milk. It will be guaranteed to .be up-to-date, with al lusions tz) current aifairs and matters of national interest. With: pardon-, bio wide, 'and a ' delightfully business like touch, ono firm purveying such sermons announces — liko a noWsTagen CT ? '.'Wo- shall not .'furnish our service lo more than one minister iu-any '..given city.' ?'?:?;' ':'
FITZGERALD'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
FITZGERALD'S CIRCUS. To-night (Tuesday) is tho last oppor tunity offered of seeing Fitzgerald's Cir cus on tho Skating Kink. Thoso who have not yet seen tho marvellous Flying Herberts, tho jumping pony, diving and acrobatic dogs, football, ponies, the train ed horses, and hundred and ono interest ing items on an -excellent programme, should not fail to secure a seat to-night.
A PUPILS' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 10 November 1908
A PUPILS'CONCERT. 'A vory successful concert was given by, tho Convent pupils at .licgarty's ilall, South Broken Hill. Tho hail was lilled with -a most appreciative) audi onco. ISyery item was well received, and: tho' littlo ones were deservedly ap plauded. ' _' The instrumental duet, 'Mattio Walby,' by' tho Misses -Trovers and l-o'wde!l, was well executed. . Ghprus, 'Wolcomo 'Girls,' was a wclconio item. sViolin solo, '' Over tho Waves,' by P. McCarthy. Chorus, ,' Song of tho Flowers,' by tlio girls, nicely loudcred by maidens with Uoral strands. Chorus, 'Tho Buglo Hoin,' by llnj -Senior girls. Dunibcll exorcise by tho boys had to bo repeated. A recitation, ''Trooper Campbell,' by Miss Croak, was given in good style. ' Other items w-jro : Action song by junior girls; recitation, 'When wo are mon ;'? chorus, '0, Breathe Not His iVa'mo,' choir ; Indian club drill, senior 'gk'ls ; action song, liailway Town pu pils; -'song, 'Grumbling Tommy,' unior boys ; instrumental duet, 'Alico,' M...