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

1 AMUSEMENTS. CRYSTAirTHEATRE: SATURDAY. All Star Company. THREE NIGHTS ONLY. THE 'ARABS' Box Plain Now Open. Prices, 3s., 2s., is. Booking 6tl. Extra, at Vivian's. AMUSEMENTS. BURKE WARD HAUL. TO-NIGHT, WEDNESDAY BENEFIT CONCERT. rnENDERED to MR. TOM TRIO JL ZONA, who mot with an accident 15 mouths ago, and is still unable- to work. ? ASSIST AN OLD BARRIER. UNIONIST. TICKETS, 1/. . I ? ? : -.310 ? MEETINGS. - . .'EIGHT ' HOURS' COMMITTEE. A GENERAL MEETING of .tlio abovo will bohold 911 THURSDAY, at 7 p.m. Business: ? ? Balanc«-'shect . . Auditor's Report. ? . .r An4 othsr vary Important. JOHN SLY, Secretary. - ? .810.317. rjl H A N K S. I her«by desiro to return THANKS to my fellow workmen on tlio North. Mino for tho sum of £0 2a. 6d. col lected amongst tliom on my. behalf to make up tho money lost by me, on. the mine. ' R. ORCHARD. I ?31C 1 DISTRICT NURSINC ASSOCIATION. I THE COMMITTEE desiro; tov thank tho CENTRAL .MINE EM PLOYEES for tho sum. of £2 17s.- 3d; in aid- of the'; fu...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FITZGERALD'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

FITZGERALD'S CIRCUS. -- Last night a special mixed train loft the Sulphide Street station . at about 11-30. It had on board all tho mem bers of Fitzgerald's Circus, who finished their season at tho Skating llink last night; Tho luggago and circus appara tus .occupied four trucks, and in addi Ition thoro were two long carriages and I two brakes. 'All the performing aui I mals were taken .

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

A.M. A. BARRIER BRANCH. Members of ths abovo aro invited to attend tho funeral of our lato membor, JOHN ROBERT SMITH, leaving Mr. John Thomas Byrne's residence, Lane Street, off Brazil Street, at 3 p.m. THIS DAY' for intorment 111 tho Roman Catholic Cemetery . W. b. BARNETT, Secretary. , J. WRIGHT, Undertaker. 316

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

SWIMMINC. Cecil Ilculy, the New South Wales crack swimmer, on Saturday, at East Sydney Swimming Club races, put up a world's record for 100 yards, covering the distance in 55 seconds, being two fifths of a second better than C. M. Daniels, the American crack, who recent ly established those figures whilst in England. It was always inferred that Hcaly was faster than Daniels, but the reason the American crack beat him was in being able to turn better, and it. now looks as if this is. correct. This will no doubt give the Victorian champion, Bcaurepaire, something to think about.

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

' CRICKET. 'While playing lor ..Richmond against Northcotc, ? in ? Jlelbourne on Saturday, Lampard, in Nortlicote's first innings, stumped seven batsmen and caught one. Writing from memory, this must be a record, and it will take a world of beat ing.'

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

ALLENDALE SPORTS. The annual Allandale sports will be held on Boxing Day. Sporting people who have hitherto attended these sports have always been well catered for in the way of contests, novelty races and other am usements. This year a very energctic committee have from time to time had meetings re lative to the cari-yinsT out of the sports, general management, ami the arrange ment of the programme, and in I the latter particular good taste for the i public amusement 1ms beon considered. Tlio chief event of the day will be the Sheffield Handicap, -of £15. The distance, for the race will be 130 yards. In addition to the strong number of local nominations, that are promised, sev eral prominent runners from Adelaide will make their appearance, so that the race should be well worth seeing. Good nominations are promised for the next chief event — the 220 yards han dicap of £7. The track upon which the event takes place is specially adapted for long distance running, so that good racing ...

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

IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of our dear mother, ELIZABETH KING, who died No- vember 11, 1902.       How can we bear this heavy blow,   Which laid our earthly treasures low, And snapped from us what most we prized,   Leaving our souls crushed, agonised.   Heavy are our hearts with sorrow At the solemn news of death, To those we loved so dearly, Now for over gone to rest.   Inserted by her loving children, Ada, Frank, Dais, and Harry. z316.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 11 November 1908

FUNERAL NOTICES. THE Friends of Mrs. T. J. KIT-     CHEN are respectfully informed   that the remains of her late husband, THOMAS JOHN, will be removed from her residence, Sulphide Street, off Wil- liam Street, for interment in the Meth- odist Cemetery, at 11 a.m. THIS     DAY. C. TONKIN, Undertaker.         z316.     THE Friends of R. E. A. KITCHEN are respectfully informed that the remains of his late brother, Thomas John, will be removed from his late re- sidence, Sulphide Street, off William Street, for interment in the , Methodist Cemetery, at 11 a.m. THIS DAY.   C. TONKIN, Undertaker.   z316.     B. H. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS are requested to meet at the GRAND HOTEL THIS MORNING at 10.30 o'clock to attend the FUNERAL of the late THOMAS J. KITCHEN.     W.T....

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EMIGRANTS FOR QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

EMIGRANTS FOR QUEENSLAND. ['Truth's' Special Service.] Brisbane, Tuesday Night. The Chief Secretary has been advis ed that 82 emigrants loft London on October 30 for Queensland, by tho steamer Omrali. Included among tho emigrants aro 23 nominated, 4G as sisted, and 13 free — tho last-named being domestic servants. (Tho above message was inadvertent ly delaved at the Sydney telegraph office. —Ed. '??B.iaT.1')

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LANDS AMENDMENT BILL. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

LANDS AMENDMENT BILL — ? » — ? ? ['Truth's' Special Service.] SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. Iu\tho: Asombly to-night tho Lands Amendment Bill was read for tho third time. Tho House adjourned at 25 minutes past nino o'clock.

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RUSH FOR WIRE NETTING. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

? RUSH. FOR WIRE RETTING. ['Truth's' Special Service.] MELBOURNE, AVednesday Night: Sir...Thomas Bent says that tho Gov ernment has received additional appli cations for 500 miles of wiro netting moro than that contracted for. Tho. contractor has been asked to supply the quantity needed at the old rates.

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A PREMATURE EXPLOSION. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

A PREMATURE EXPLOSION. ? a [' Truth's ' Special Service.] MELBOURNE .Wednesday Night A workman named John M'Mahon, whilst 'working in a FootscVay ounrry, to-day narrowly missed being hit by a huge piece of stone through tho pre mature explosion of a dynamite eha'rgo. The ohargo was so close to him that he was scorched about tho face and hands.

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DELEGATES AND MR. DELPRAT. A Talk Over Working Conditions in Port Pirie. No Men to Be Discharged. VISITING DELEGATES AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

DELEGATES AND MR. DELPRAT. . ? ? .* ? A Talk Over Working Conditions in Port Pirie. No Men to Be Discharged. VISITING DELEGATES AT WORK. The three union delegates from Port Pirie have done valuable work and clear ed the way for a good business later on. ' On, Tuesday last Messrs. J. G. Shin nick and F. T. Leane, of the Port Pirie A.M.A., and Mr. K. J. PavlicJi, of the Enginedrivers, were introduced to Mr. G. D. Delprat, general manager of the Pro prietary Company, by Mr.-W. D. Barnctt, secretary A.M.A. The object ol the de putation was in connection with the con ference promised for Port Pirie later on. Mr. Delprat welcomed the visitors, and nfter going somewhat exhaustively into the conditions of work in Port Pine, promised that he wouid go to that Port and meet the men after to-day's confer ence had been attended to. Tho delegates wished their unions to be recognised at Port Pirie in the same way as is customary at Broken Hill. They asked that their secretary should interview the ...

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AMERICAN POLITICAL DUEL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

AiKCr.'i'CAK POLITICAL- DUEL'. ' (Router's Service1.* LONDON, Wednesday. Ex-Senator Carmack has been shot dead in the streets of Nashville, Ten nessee, U.S.A. ? — A deadly feud, duo to political quai rcls, had existed for some time between him and Mr. Robin Cooper. The} met yesterday, Cooper had the. drop on.Car uiack, and killed his man.

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GENERAL IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

CENERAL IMPRESSIONS. ? In , conversation with delegates to the Conference, after the conclusion of the proceedings, a,' Barrier Daily Truth' re presentative learned that two long tables wore provided, which met at tho lower end, and wero joined at the upper end by a cross table. At the latter sat the members of tho Mine Managers' Assoei long tables. In the centre of the cross (able sat the President of the Conference. The Vice-president of the meeting sat at the lower end— the apex of the tri angle. The proceedings were characterised by tho greatest courtesy, and dignity on the part of all. The meeting lasted about two and a-half hours. The Minis Managers expressed them selves pleased with Die becoming manner in which the representatives of the men had conducted their ease, .and ,in some eases the President, Mr. Delprat, compli mented the latter speakers upon the able manner in which nicy had submitted' their claims. Subordinate confereuws will be held to adjust details after the ma...

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KNITTING THE EMPIRE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

KNITTING THE EMPIRE.* [Router's Service.] LONDON, Wednesday. JMr.°-Abo Bailey s Closer Union So ciety, established in South Africa; is developing an extension movement' with a view to interesting all tho British, dominions and dependencies iiitlio ad vantages to bo derived from closer mu iiial relations and closer relations with iho Motherland. It is advocated that men should be settled in every colony to work their own centres on tho lines which havo proved so successful in South Africa.

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THE SCYTHE AT WORK. Art Collector, Tichborne Lawyer, and Great Scientist Die. ONLY WOMAN ENGINEER. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

THE SGVTHE 'AT WORM. Art Collector, Ticliborne Lawyer, and Great Scientist Die. ONLY WOMAN ENGINEER. (Reuter's Service.) . LONDON, Wednesday. The deaths are announced of Sir Joseph Dureen, Sir James JMaHicw, and Professor W. E.Ayrton. bir Joseph Durcen was a patron of art, and was knighted for gifts of valuable pictures to public galleries. ?Sir James Mathcw, L.L.D. and Privy Councillor, was an Irish barrister; junior counsel for the Crown in the Tiehbornc trial; became a judge of the Commercial Court in 1005 ; miu u Lord Justice of Appeal in 1901. He was 78 years of age. Professor Ayrton was an electrical en gineer and inventor. After several years in the Indian Government Telegraph ser vice, he was in 1873 appointed Professor of Natural Philosophy and Telegraphy in the Imperial College of Engineering, Japan, which at that date was the larg est English-speaking technical university in existence. In collaboration with Pro fessor Perry he patented over a score of inventions in Europe...

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CASABLANCA INCIDENT CLOSED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

CASABLANCA INCIDENT CLOSED. (Reutcr's Service.) LONDON,- Wednesday. Franco has accepted tho German formula for expressions of mutual re gret concerning tho irregularities of which German Consular and French police officials wore guilty at Casa blanca. It is provided that the wholo case shall bo remitted to tho Hague, and that whichever country tho arbitrators ndjudgo ought to apologiso to tho other 6hnll do so in duo form. An agreement to this effect was signed 'at Berlin yes terday, and tho alarming aspect of the incident thus disappears.

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COMBINED TRADES UNIONS SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

COMBINED TRADES UNIONS' 'SCHEDULE. , ' Claims- to be submitted - by the Com bined Trades.' Unions of Broken Hill at the Conference :..with the,' Mine Managers' Association, November 11th, 1908: — (1) ,: That 44 hours constitute a weoks' work (Saturday half-holiday). ? 12) Tlmt nil. men who are at present receiving less, than ',)/ per shift be raised to a minimum of 0/ per shift. : (3) -That the schedule- asking for ad justments of wages be submitted. (1) Overtime rate to no uniform. Time and a quarter over every ordinary clay's work, and time and a half for Sundays and holidays! ?. (5) Holidays— Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter 'Monday, and Eight Hours' Day. (0) That union men only bo employ ed. . ' . .' (7) Period of agreement two years. WAGES CLAIMS. Engincdrivci-s and Firemen's Associa tion: Winding enginedrivers 12/6 per shift; winch-drivers, first-class certificate, 11/0 per shift; second-class eortilieatc .(underground) 11/ per shift; second-class...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 12 November 1908

BUSINESS' NOTICES. ? W. J. HUCHES, A UCTIONEER, HOUSE and LAND ?*?*? AGENT. 182 PATTON STREET, S.B.H. : Sole Agent Cornish Pianos and Or gans, Dunmo Ellis and Hill's Pianos, Boosey and Correll's Brass' Band In struments. ' Sales conducted anywhere in tho dis trict. -' NOAH DIX, ARGENT STREET, Opposite A.M.P. Office. PIIONOGKArlFS from 10/ to £30. RECORDS. RECORDS. RECORDS. We are no,w in.porting ELECTRIC FANS' suitable for the Broken Hill current. Inspect my Stock and get my Prices— IT PAYS YOU. ' ? c307:120

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