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H.A.C.B. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

H.A.C.B. SOCIETY. j The usual fortnightly meeting of the, H.A.C.B. Society, No. 208, Sacrcd Heart Branch, was held oil Monday night. , All officers, Chaplain, and a fair number of members were present, including a, few members from Sydney of - the visiting police force, to whom the President (Bro. T. Ifvnes). extended a hearty wel come. A good deal of business was dealt with, showing the Branch to lie in a flourishing condition. Two new members were proposed, and one initiated. Amongst the correspondence received was a circular from 'Barrier Daily Truth,' showing scale of advertising and benefits derived from n morning pa per. After discussion it was decided that the Branch hand in report of meet ings and also support that paper ill every way.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENT LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

- ' TENT LECTURES.- - -j. Oiiei of (ii vscries: of : lectures, entitled i i 'The ' Second - Coming/ of^ .Christ,'/ .was given-: at thc-Tont; 'Gypsiiih :Strcet; Rail way Town, -:last night: j In: a .very, forcible manner i/the.'.iRpeitker' (Jlr.?. IIave)/» dealt w'lth ? his subject, - and -said ,- that ; itj.was rio.newxYankee notion which he used as a; text' -'Jlany- biblical facts- were quoted to .pvove'; that.; lime. - was in- /.these days measured -by ? tlie^- ilivos - of, the ... people. This ,was ? deiiionstrated- by . an illusti aied cliait. Paul,' he--said, in .'writing his- epistle, mentioned, the - coming of- Christ no -less than sixty-seven times. , - 'Enoch; the seventh from^Adam, was the first to prophesy his second coming,, and Noah carried the message across the del-, uge. Not only were the signs ol His coming to; be- seen, but it was , the hilltop around: which the word of God was built. The tent is commouious and comfort able, and a good congregation listened at tent...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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PIRIE DELEGATES' OUTING. A Row in the Boat on Stephen's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

PIRIE DELEGATES' OUTING. ? g A Row in the Boat on Stephen's Creek. Even to, tho, Union delegate, weighed down with oaros -of State, ' docs there come,: sometimes/ fin interlude. -Yesterday,' Mr. Paolicly enginedriv firs'. delegate from 'Port Pirie, Mr. . W. P. ltowe, president of tlio federated ISngiiidrivers of Australasia, - and Messrs. - F. Lean and J. . Shinnick, A.M. A. delegates- from Port ? Pine, had' a vorv cniovable trio to Stephens' Creek. - ' . Thoy left Argent Street m . good stylo, in a . well known .?eonvoyanco drawn by a jet-black horse, lent by an old Barrier identitv. As coachman, Mr. Shinnick was re peatedly- asked whether ho know the track, and, of courso, replied every timo in tho nffirinativo, but strango to say tho party arrived next at Pascoo's Hotel, on tho Wilcannia Road. On reaching tho Reservoir, Mr. D. Garland (engineer) kindly gavo perm is- 1 sion for tho. party to examine the I works, and to go for a pull in tho bout, i The latter was a very enjoyable e...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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A SINGER'S FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

A SINCER'S FAREWELL. - Miss Martha Bruggeman, who re cently 'gave, three farewell concerts in the Town Hall, left Broken Hill by the e.xpress last night. Tho members of tho Broken Hill Quartette Club were on tho platform ou tho station to bid hor nood-byo, and sang as a farewell, ' lit Absence,' and ' A Soldier s Fare well.' Miss Bruggeman felt the touch ing farewell very keenly. ? Beforo hor departure for Europe, whoro slw intends going ill for a moro advanced courso of vocal training, Miss Bruggeman will l-omain amongst hor Adelaido friends for a few days.

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NEWS AND NOTES. Another Shot at the Turkish Baths. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

NEWS AND NOTES. Another Shot at the Turkish Baths. Aeons ago it was possible lo have u semi-sweat in a tepid ' imitation . of a Turkish bath in Broken Hill.' The agent was steam, and it would never get liot. Miiny a mail, anions to get really - clean for once in his life, looking-forwuvil luxury of perspiring in'', bareskin, .has found himself cooler inside the warm chamber: than outside. * What was wrong no one was sure, but. i the iMay or; or the clay, , with an impatience- every - bather understood, ordered - the 'posky. 'place'' l o be. dismantled. , And ; unto this , dnv .-it luvs been -a . wilderness .of ? untidiness. ;NTow it t is ; to . be - .-- reorganised. . -? /. Last' j-car-i.- :£150 i .-wos: . -ear - marked : - for aiiotliei. ?tualj .Majoiy Tvey has visited Adelaide's-'1,/ and- Melbourne's (epidaria,-.:knows? positively .what - is ne cessary .'to Jinakei a:; room1; boil ; . .and to day,, -there will:- be - the sound' of - piolc and j -.hammers as:.the-.- workmen?, disjo...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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BOY BREAKS HIS WRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

BOY BREAKS HIS WRIST. At about half-past 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, a boy named Louis Molloy, aged 14, fell from a Murton Street car, when opposite tlio North Broken Hill School. Molloy, whose parents reside in Newton Lane, Kailway Town, was in the employ of Jlr. Tom Reid, of Argent Street, and was on a message at the time of .the iiccident, which was caused, by the boy., attempting to leave the car before i£ had stopped. Constable Toole took the lad to the Police Station, where Dr. Hains attended to his injury, after which Molloy was taken to his home. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. | BlirS BED-KIT IIVEfMSEIEIl The Break-up of a Big Combine. Price of Living to Ibe Greatly Reduced ! , BOAN BROS. TO THE RESCUE !. / Start to Unload Surplus Stocks Right Away. Tons of Summer Goods at Every Counter to be fairly . Chucked ' at You ! All their; Wide Silk RIBBONS, up'' to No. 40 width, nt ' 3 YARDS FOR A SHILLINC. A Big Lino ot Guipuro LACE COL LARETTES, the very newest goods in crcain, Paris, and black, worth 1/, 1/3, and I/O each. Boan's Un loading Prico To-day, YOUR PICK FOR SIXPENCE. Tlio New MUSLIN ROBES, with deep floral design at foot. Robe lengths worth 9/11 anywhere. BOAN'S UNLOADING PRICE TO DAY, 4/11 Each. Strong NAVY CAMBRICS, in floral and spot designs. A first-class print for school or knock-about wear. Goods marked 5/11 a 'dozen. Boan's Quick Unloading Price To day, 3/11 a dozen yards, or a DRESS LENGTH (7i yards) for HALF A CROWN. 38 pieces of Boan's Best French Mus lin ' Mercerised LAWNS, CAM BRICS, Etc., ranging from 10-id. to 1/11 ya...

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SHOOTING PARADE ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

SHOOTING PARADE ABANDONED. A shooting parade of G. and H. Com panies of tlie senior cadets was to have been held oil the South Range to-day. It lias, however, been dccided to abandon it, chiefly because of the holiday, and i for others reasons. The parade will be i held at 'some later date.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

WANTED NOTICES.' ' ua®r this heading (if prepaid) 12 words^ la, three iusertious, 2s; 18 words, Is Cd, three ? insertions, 3a; 24 words, 2s, three inser tions, 4s.] WANTED 500 Business . Poopl# to adrartise in this column. Note our LOW RATES. ? WANTED immediately General. Nurse kept. Mrs. Dr. Hains, Mulga. Hill, Oxido Street. 315-16-17 . WANTED Three Respectable Board ers, lofty stone room. Apply, Marta Villa, Beryl Street, between Oxide and Iodido Streets . z315-16-17 WANTED, FURNISHED FRONT BEDROOM for married couple. I Central preferred. Apply, J. J.,, this l office. ? ? Z316. I WANTED to Rent Humpy near ?Y Cnntral Mills, S.B.H. Stevo ^ Lilion, 'Truth' Office. ?.3W-15-10. '^y^TAN^ED KNOWN. THE OXIDE STREET CABMEN Havo their Own Telephone. NO. 465. NO. 465. ! RING UP THE CAB REQUIRED. - FOR SALE— TO LET. URNISHED Rooms To Let ; board if necossary ; convenient to train and- beach. Apply, Mrs. J. Clark, Blackler Street, Semaphore, Adelaido. 315-16-17 .

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A CRUSHED FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

A CRUSHED FOOT. A married man named John Kelly, working on the Central *.iine, was taken in tho Ambulance to his home in Patton Street yesterday morning, suffering from a crushcd foot. Lato Sir II. Irving's Ilouso. — Tho house in which Sir Honry Irving was horn, at Keinton Maudeville. Somer set, has been purchased by Mr. Ernest Jardino, tho prospective Conservative candidate for East Somerset, to bo pre served as a memorial to tho great ac tor.

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. "The Old Dog." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. 'Tho Old Dog,' , From tho Old Dog' (being the let ters °f au ex-Primo Minister to llis nephew), by I'rank Cox, editor- of tho Lano Hand,' reaches ' Truth'? from Jiuv. i. C. LofcJiinn, publisher, Alel ppuriiQ. v llero no havo iiinotoon chap oyiucal rolloctions on Politics, Tho Woman Question', tlio Disadvantages of Being . Too Serious, tho:. Good ' Mail ill Politics,' and -other personalities and . inst.iiut.miio ? ? 'r-i,„' letters Varo ultra-suggestive of 'Tlio Lettoi-3 of a j-Iorchant,y ' and savour over-much of; a cheap and nasty faked cynicisiii, but nevbrtheloss : somo '; of 1' ox .s ])li j lo.sophy is clever, and- contains moro than a coloring of truth' and com. mon_8cnsc : , tlicse:- scraps in particular - ^Mion ill doubt, shut up; : . . ? . ? l ^ I'd teach- every boy - at sohpol to shut .up in -at least three Jan-' ^0,'ndywith unduly thin arms should be: nllowed : to /.wear transparent sloovcs, _and exccediiiKly fat ladies should wJ. bo ..porm'itted to...

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TO-NIGHT'S CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

? TO-NIGHT 'S CONFERENCE. . I :. The Combined Unions meet the mine managers -in '.confcreuce to night. ' . ? „ * .,^%Tllc.'?pm?po8c^.of-ithcvcoIlforonco. is to discuss arid 'arrange an in dustrial agreeinent^that^-.Avillvbe operative-: :at :? tlio: ^ termination -:o:fi -. tlie ; existing ? one; /which .expires oh j December 31st.'' ' * ::-;^[ore. thaiiiaiCommon-'intcrest-is i centred upon„this conference. Tlie union , 'activity of late ' ,'\vas stimulated- ? by . a declaration - A of 1 Mr. 'Darl ing. chairman ? of ' the ' Pro prietary Company,' which an nounced -that - 'wages must be i-er: dueccl.' , ' And so . determined are the, uiir ionists that wages shall: not: come i down, so fiercely, so fearlessly, and so forcefully, did they sweep-i away- a bogus -union which stood for disintegration and disaster- to true unionism, that , all Australia is awaiting with -interest; tho re sult of the conference. . ? The forces : of Australian capi talism liave, been1 rudely: shaken by the - m...

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"Australian Tales and Verses." [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

Australian Tatos., and Verses.' I ????To; hand,- - ''Australian . - Tales' ' and Verses,' by P. Stewait (T. 0. Lothian, Melbourne), .price ? ' Is.' P; Stewart has ...much to an swer, for— for no, man should take the jiame oi his country, in vain; .and' an I ? overwhelming .vanity is the -predominant -.feature of : ''Australian Talcs and Verses/' The tales: — wliich, b}', the way. arc incorporated ' in, tho verses — would possibly have been readable: had they been written, in plain, unpretentious prose, bu-, alas! the versos. cruelly mur uiH-uu umiii . in cum luiv. jiere is tne | dedication:— ? ? ? ? A Not for to-day : In- Jfature's way1 ? I write upon the scrofl of time, - v'Tis for the morn, : ; ',' ^-nd, those unborn, ? ,Who best shall judge iny gentle rhyme. Unfortunate posterity! The paper is good, and the paper is Australian-made; I but: it .might easily have ? been put to i better use.; The. last ' poem' in tlie book I is the best— because it is the last! | ====== v I '?..-On-...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisers are notified that the office of 'Barrier Dally Truth'* Is kept open until midnight, except ing Saturday, for the purpose of re ceiving late advertisements. 'BARRIER DAILY TRUTH' DELIVERY., Persons desiring our paper do ilivered to them will please or-' der from, runners, or leave their ? -names awl addresses -at -the .. ofhec. -It is not. true that ..any . ? person- lias been given a monop oly. .for selling ': Truth ' m any - district. , If your paper is -not - 'delivered satisfactorily, please 1 - let - us know. v Barrier Daily Truth. (Official Organ of the Barrier Labor ? . -r . . . Federation.) - Maintained m- the interests of the organised workers. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. PRICE, ONE PENNY. Subscription: 13/ per halt-yoar, post freo to any jiart ot the Commonwealth. All Communications to be address ed -to tho Managing-Editor (Will A. Jones). i ADVERTISING CONTRACTS.— All Alterations must be in by 10 a.m. oacb morning. ADVERTISEMENTS. — Casual A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

The ' Barrior Dally Truth' will bo glad to roceivo intimation of ' forthcoming Balls, Weddings, &c. All communications must bo ad dressed to the Lady Editor, 'Truth' Office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

BUSINESS,.* NOTICES. Tkose Smart Cambric Costumes. Have, you scon those smart Cambric Costumes . / ? : at Pellew^ Moore 's? TIED SKIRT is gathered at the waist, has, a deep hem, and two wide tucks, - , . TIIE ELOUSE is made with a neat yoke ? and finished -witli a .-??:? good ;?: quality. .-vrli itc ? -linen-, collar/ - '? , , , TIIE PATTERNS are of tlie very newest spot,' stripe, and cheek J ? designs. . TIIE CAMBRIC is a splendid Quality, worth- to-day at least 7Vod. yard, and it_takes 9 to 10 yards to make a costume. TIIE ' 3RICE OP ' TIIESE |L fl ff 11 fl SPECIAL COSTUMES IS ONLY H ggg | | || i . ? ? „Of course, there arc plenty oi'- Cambric Costumes offered at this price, but'ladies should seo our 'SPECIAL' COSTUME be lore selecting. -'WITHOUT DOUBT TIIESE COSTUMES ARE FAR AHEAD OF ;?? ?:,? : i ?? .ANYTHING ELSE OFFERED IN THIS CITY. ' : : ?, ^ ? . — : ? ? ? ?' ? V -' SEE THESE COSTUMES TO-DAY. PELLEW AND MOORE. — ? ? ? ? ? ? . .. 314 Tailoring Announcement. WE WOULD ADVISE YOU...

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THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

THE ABORTING WORLD. (By 'Grand Flaneur'.') TUfTS OF TURF. I This 19 Miss ''M. Gordon's' first Cup meeting in wliich she bus owned ..a horse, and she 1ms won in stake money witli Alawa £2327, not too bad for a start, ami lis Alawa proved'himsclf sucli a great colt, there scums 'to be plenty more in the way of slake money for the lady, owner. --;? Lady Dudley was a starter in thi. Flemington .Stakes, and going out at t to 1 she mnnaccd to hmsli, m a held o 11, third from last. The sooner sb, is returned' home to laco among . he* own class the better. 'Luckv' Connolly, as lie is general ly called, was not as lucky as his name ?would imply, for at the recent. Cup meet ing lus winning in slake money nmount od to £30. ' ? : The owner of Mooltan 'was . credited. i with £200, for his horse running sec-, ond in tlio Melbourne Slakes, in -which raw he was downed by Peru. That much-boomed .horse of a few weeks ago, Trafalgar, opened his win ning account .on .Saturday by taking, the Spring Hand...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

BOXING. Young Ketch'el's manager,: O'Connor, ike many ? itiore^of ? his -class,' is' cvi lcntly a great . 'advertiser .: boomster.' Tust a few days before Ivetehell got that iwful ; hiding from Papkc, O'Connor .launched out w ith ? a lot , of skite about ivhat he and his protege wore going to do .o'force Tommy -Burns to light.-if Burns svinced anv,; disinclination for .the iob. 'We'll hound . Burns all over the coun -ry,' said O'Connor, r'if. lie- refuses. Ket -hell w ill devote' his- entire: intention to 3urns,' and , we will -see that lie; is shown I ip. - --If Burns, goes to Petaluma, we-will l ;o to Petaluma.; ? :If. lie shifts to Jlil i flitas, the next train -will take \is there. »Ve '.will ^ ' keep 'right at his ; heels till i. io agrees on a .light.*'', Makes .rather l iuuny reading after the way l'apkc belt ?d Ketcholl. ' ' ' - Big Jack Johnson, upon giving out in i Sydney the. other, day that. lie was easily a, better man - tlisui . Burns, was^ asked if he. would admit 'Bu...

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DEATH OF FRANCE'S GREATEST DRAMATIST. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

DEATH C:: Fif-'iNCE'S CREATEST DRAMATIST. -.' Viotonen Sardou, whoso death was cabled yesterday, .'was- born at Paris on September 7,-1831'. - Vailing in his first attempts as. ..playwright, - his marriago with- the actress- Brcoount taught him stagc-craft, and glivc him introductions to Dejazet, who accepted two dramas, ' Monsieur Garat' and ' I^es Pros Rititif.- Gervnisi' which led to sueli suc cess that in a 'few years ho had amassed a fortune. His later and prin cipal plays were written for Sara Bern hardt— Fedora, Theodora, La Tosca, and Madame Sams-Gone. His best historical play in tho grand style, Ther midor, aroused such a furore by reasons of its realism and brutal truthfulness that Paris hissed it to death .

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SOCIALISTIC DOCTOR. COMPLAINS THAT HIS DISMISSAL IS DUE TO HIS ADVANCED VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

SOCIALISTIC DOCTOR. COMPLAINS THAT HIS DISMISSAL IS DUE TO HIS ADVANCED VIEWS. . The position of public officials in re gard to Socialism is raised in the singu lar case, of. Dr. Nelson, resident surgeon ,at the Hull Dispensary, who has re ceived notice- to terminate his engage ment. j. Dr. Nelson has taken an active part in, the Socialist propaganda, and the report is being circulated that his sev erance with the dispensary is due U his' public advocacy of Socialism. In an interview Dr. Nelson said lie be i hcved tlns was so. 'I learned sometimt ago,'- lie added, 'that objection had been | taken, by members of the Dispensary Board. to the expression of my political I views, and I -was clearly given' to under l stand- that unless I abanuoned them the board would certainly take action with a view to cfTecting my resignation. Jly reply was that it.wns oiitsido their juris diction.' . . ., The doctor was advised by- his- friends to give up Socialist propagan.lii, but he declined.

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