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THE DEAKIN MINISTRY. MOTION FOR ADJOURNMENT DEFEATED BY 49 VOTES TO 13. MR. FISHER TO BE SENT FOR. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
TIC KAKM mm. MOTION FOR ADJOURNMENT DEFEATED BY. 49 VOTES TO 13. MR. FISHER TO BE SENT FOR. L' Truth's ' Special Service.] ? ? - MELBOURNE, Tuesday Might'. I The galleries were crowded this after noon when the House of Representatives met. The proceedings were short and sharp, jlr. Deakin, in a speech dealing with (lii- work done, and that ahead of Par liament, moved a formal motion as - to an extra day's sitting of jthe House.,' ~ Mr. G. II. Reid objected to such a moj, (ion being moved without , notice, wherc ' upon Mr. Deakin moved a formal motion for (lie adjournment of tlio House. Mr. Fisher rose from his- scat, as soon ai Mr. Deakin moved his .motion, and so did Jlr. Reid, but the. Lender of .the Labor Party got. the' call from -the Speaker. Mr. Fisher, who was greeted with cheers from the Labor corner, rose and moved; almost ? without remark, as an amendment, — ''That all the words in the motion of the honor able the Prime Minister,, after the word' 'that' be struck out.' - T...
"A BRAW SCOTCH NIGHT." CALEDONIANS HOLD THEIR MEETING AND ENJOY THEMSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
' ' 'A BRAW SCOTCH NIGHT.' CALEDONIANS HOLD THEIR MEETINC AND ENJOY THEM SELVES. A: meeting of the xJrokeu ? Hill iCale donian Society -was held . last night. 'at i the Centennial Hotel, Chief Megawpre- 1 siding over, a- good attendance of. mem bcrs. j The following letter was received from : the secretary of the- League of Wheel men:~ |-: 'i' '-.-v v'-:' it- 'Jry League,- considering the very 'dan- gerous condition of the cycling track at McCulloch Park, and also- the bad-state of -the : running ground, intend; to . wait i upon the Trustees ot the - Park and en deavor to have some improvements.: I now have to ask your bociety to . join with us in our attempt. Shoukl your So ciety decide .to-]om with us, J. shall be pleased to hear froin- you rat -your -par* licst lhat von have appointed two or inree delegates 'for. the purpose, with a sug gestion of a: suitable date for meeting the- Trustees.' ? : ? Messrs. !Megaw, .McPherson, and tlie secretary were appointed delegates in connecti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
- ' BUSINESS NOTICES. - W. J. HUCHES, ? A UCTIONEER, HOUSE and LAND AGENT. 182 PATTON STREET, S.B.H. Solo- Agonij Cornish Pianos : and Or gans,' Dunmo Ellis and HilPs. Pinnos, Boosoy and . Corroll's : Brass - Band. In struments. i ? 1 Salos conducted anywhere in tlio dis trict.' - . J. HAIIOLD CAMERON, AV. F. DICKSON, Trading as CAMERON and DICKSON, SHAREBllOKEIlS AND AGENTS. FOR 4 years and 15 months respec tively Secretary to tlio Broken Hill Hospital. Will bo very pleased to Buy or Sell SHARES for you. Ono Commission Only. Arc in a position to find you a Comfortable Home, or to in sure it or your Goods. ARGENT STREET. I7| Oil INFORMATION apply to H C. STANLEY BURGESS, Licon bckI Patent Attorney (1802). 89 King William Street, Adelaide. Pamphlet's Free on application. c307mwf:31. J POOLE, BUTCHER, Chapplo ?' Street North. This advertisement is especially in teresting to tho rosideuts of tho North. DON'T FORGET IT. CHOICEST MEAT and SMALL GOODS direct from freezer. ? . c307mwf:300....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. J. Otxgh. ? Shop at, No. 85, Argent Street. Ax GROCER AND IRONMONGER. dairy produce a SPECIALITY. Tel. 105. Orders Delivered to any part of the Town. ? . C307JIWF:33^ ?Silver Age Hotel. ARGENT STREET. 'OEST LIQUOllS ALWAYS TO BE HAD. Beer Pipes Cleaned every morning. Customers may bo assured that they will always get a Clean Glass, Good Liquor, and Civility. c307 :33 - ?- '
VALEDICTORY. SEND-OFF TO MR. ALF. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
? f -VALEDICTORY. SEND-OFF TO MR. ALF. SMITII. Last niglit the employees on Mr. Alf. ?Smith's shif£: at the DeBavay. plant ? on ?the North . mine: met. at Mitcliell's. Tat tersall's Hotel for the purpose of bidding | 'farewell to Mr. Snnth on- the occasion i of his leaving the mine. ? I ? ? There was a good attendance' at the send-ou, and tlie cliairiDan; ????jJlr.viiasouii, -on behalf of-, the shift; ?presented: . Jlr. ?Smith with - a- handsome /elock- --as-.'.-a- tokcir of : the, esteem : and ,, regard m wliich, as a shiit-boss and fellow.work :man,' lie is;lield by tnose .with, whomrlie has been' working. ? The chairman, ? In ?making the' -presentation, - spoke. eulogis-.-i tically : of Mr. Smith's -? work- and : treat- 1 . ment of the men', under.- lum, atul- handed j him a nice trophy . as a - gift : f rom .- the j employees to his wife. - Mr; Smith responded, in fitting -terms,; stating: that'hc.liad always endeavored to; do his best for the Company and, the liicii- He hoped -...
SAM DEED CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
SAM DEED CONCERT. Some of- the items which were included in tlio: A.B.C. pantomime . arc ,to : be- re peated at the-benefit. concert-to TVIr. - Sam Deed, at the Town' Hall, next Monday night. Miss Bath,: who has the arrange ments in hand, .approached , Mr. - J. J. fiorrcll with the result that a rehearsal was hold ? w the Temperance Ilall last night The pieces rehearsed 'were 'A .Gav otte,' !' Fancy Waltz,' and other, dances, i In -addition' to' these 'there will- be -pro- 1 duced She Wore a' Wreath-: of Roses,' i bv: Miss Ancove : You Say So,' ,by.;Mas- 1 tor W. Roberts,.' with chorus, ' Oil - to Piiiladelphia,'; ' Gipsy jvraiuen'.;.:a coon song and cake nalk : 'Tableaux:- elfects will; be lent ., to. some of-^the items. ^ ,
ACCIDENT TO A SEAMAN. FOUND LYING ON THE RAILWAY LINE WITH SEVERE INJURIES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
ACCIDENT TO A SEAMAN. .' — — a — i. ^ FOUND LYING ON THE RAILWAY LINE WITH SEVERE INJUR ' ' - ies. ?' ?:??'? . . [''Truth's' Special Service.] ' ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. : . A seaman named Andrew Ibsen, . of tho keteli Brouzwing, was found lying on tho,. railway lino.n'ear Glanvillo lato last alight. - , ?Ho '.was conveyed to tho Port- Ade laido, Hospital, -whoro, it was found that his : right leg was severed closo to tho knee,' and the left foot badly crushed. ?Ho-';had: also sustained severo scalp wounds. . . : Ibsen is iiv a precarious condition . ?
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A HINT IN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR^ A HINT IN TIME. Sir,— My attention ? was drawn to nn action . that took place in Broken lliH ' last week, . and had it occurred in unv other part , of the Coimiionwealtii, pef. haps it-- would... not ..matter, much, but to occur on the Barrier, it is bevonil my comprehension to think it is so.' son. ing: that the district is one of the fore most ? in the cause . of Labor. . The details arc as under: An employee of the City Council, receiving good wh»i;s ' no less than- 11/ per day. keeps a bonid ing-house to augment his income. Well yon. might say, what is wrong about that? . Wait till: you hear the denoue ment.'- ' ,??:?? ? '-Jfot being satisfied with miners or men working shifts, the. missus and lie de cided to try and , get, some gentleman boarders. ?, Their; luck .was in, for loi and, behold, they, had the goon, fortune to get as' boarders some of the recently imported , blue-coated gentlemen from Sydney. . - ? Y Now, jMr. Editor, if the salary tlmt lie re...
WADE'S "FIFTY." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
WADE'S 'FIFTY.'- Sir.— I was somewhat disappointed on Monday to find that-.so few attended the Western - Oval to witness the. cricket match .between AVads's 'Fifty' and a lo cal-team. I am afraid the contest was not given - sufficient -publicity, or tlierc cortamlv = would have been a larccr at tendance. 1 think after Mr. Wade was good enough lo send such a fine body of men' all the way from Sydney to try conclu sions with a locnl team., at least it should have been piopeily advertised. I do not' profess to be a good j'udge ol ciowds, but 1 do not think the attend ance was nearly as large as that at the Fijian match, or the burning -of the efligy the other evening. Howc^r, I hope Mr. Wade will he in a position to fuither oblige tlfe Broken Hill people by sending his men over from Sydney again before the. close of tlio season, with a good number of emergency men, to play a return match. There is no need to consider the expense, for, after.- all, that is only trifling, and tlio countr...
THE WOMEN ORGANISING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
:THE WOMEN ORGANISING. . An enthusiastic meeting was held by the/Women's Organising- Commit tee .at ? the /Trades ? . Ilall « yesterday afternoon. ? After an .'. interesting : address : liy M iv -Tom Mann on the .'Basic Princiifles , of i ' Economics,' the question of further meetings was discussed. It was dccidcd unanimously to continue the, m.iiitlii^s for educative — as well as general :--m-r- ppses. ' The nest meeting will ?!-'; adv..-r-: tised in the 'Barrier Daily Truth.''-' ?:
SIX WEEKS FOR ASSAULT. KNOCKED A WOMAN DOWN AND THEM KICKED HER. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
SIX WEEKS FOR ASSAULT. KNOCKED A WOMAN OOWN- AND I THEN KICKED HER. . [?? Truth's ' Si)eeial Service.];' . ADELAIDE, Tuesday -Night : : A sentejico of- six weeks' imprison ment with hard labor was inflicted-upoiM John- Bradley at tho City Court .to-day for having assaulted - Annie -Irvine, a i widow of Elizabeth Street,- on November i 'Tho - complainant stated r thaV after | accusinaMter -of: robbing him- tho: de fendant struck her on tho face with -his fist; knocking her. down . . . - I ? lie then kicked- her on . tho arms -and body. As a result of the ill-treatment i slio had since been in the hospital: .- !
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
THE WEATHER. The maximum temperature yesterday was 80.5, and the minimum for: the pre vious evening 54. The barometer yes terday afternoon, wiis falling fast. r . ;Tho Postmaster (Mr: J. R. Holding) sends . the following memo -''.Cool cliango, : with . coastal showers and. fresh ening S.W. winds is forecasted.;, Locally tlio 'barometer is low and falling stead ily1, 1'-- apparently due lo approaching changes.' 11 . * Tho official forecast issued for South Australia ? reads as follows: — 'Cool cliangcs, with showers, chiefly coastal, and -freshening westerly winds. Squally along -coast-liner' . Roscbery Medal for Railway Mon. — Lord Rosobory is again offering a gold modal to all tho employees of tho Groat Northern Railway under thirty five years of age for tho host ossay sont in not exceeding 5,000 words . The only subject this year is 'Tlio Rail way Position in 1008.' j
OFF TO MENINDIE. With Two Bottles of Lime Juice and A Bag of Water. DANCING AT 104. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
OFF TO raw. With Two Bottles of Lime Juice and | A Bag of Water. DANCING AT 104. , (By. Our Own Correspondent.) Two' of us, and ono a browor's travel ler ; yet. tlio liinojnico, tlio water, and some sandwiohes lormed our food. x : Evoryono knows the first stage. - Wo mado. ' Do Dropln,' 10 miles on tho road; in vOry ..last timo, ,? with-, horses ? fresh and game , as : pebbles.. All tlio directions wo could act out of tho young moil hero was '.keep to tlio cut Jmo, and when you got, over .tho: lull. you -will seo a. tank ' ? -But all- wo found to relievo the mono tony were -gates at - about' every four miles. ^ '. ?? ,- . After passing through tlio second gato you- notice a change m , tho. country: J'ho grass country stops, , tho rabbits \ disappear, and salt and bluo bush pre dominate. First habitations visible at | tlio 23-milo stago. : Thoro horses aro I changed by the Menindie . coach-driver. | Whilst calling at a gato hero to meet a man. lying -on his back by his hut. In answer...
BANKER MURDERED. Foreign Financier Stabbed to Death in The Heart of London A MYSTERIOUS CRIME. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908
BANKER MURDERED. j foreign financier Stabbed to Death in The Heart of London A MYSTERIOUS CRIME. . . [Router's Service.] I LONDON, Tuesday. Mr. Julius Schlitte, banker and money changer, carrying on business in Shaftes bury Avenue,: London, lias met his death under extraordinary circumstances. ?/. A 'seaman,, who gave -the name 'of Macdonald, entefed the banker's office, and, it: is supposed/ after an, altercation drew, a- revolver and lired. Schlitte mail' aged to, knock up the : muzzle, and then snatched the .weapon from his assa-'luut's hands and threw it into the corncr of the room. Macdonald, then drew a knife, and a terrible encounter/ ensued. ? Tho banker | could Anot escape by 'the- door, but lie'l dodged his ? murderer as much ns pos sible behind, the - furniture; shouted I ''Police!' -and 'Murder!' and threw everything- 'lie could lay his , hands on I out of the window, in, order to attract the notice of the pussers-ov. Nobody came to his assistance, how ever, until Macdon...