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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
BUSINESS NOTICES. M LIVE AND LET LIVE is our motto. Buy from the old established Sales- S man, andsavomoncy. Wo have alarRo stock of Now and Second-hand H FURNITURE to select from. Tho qti ality is O.K. Tho price is right fl Just landed, three cases Half-tester BEDSTEADS, size Oft. (iin. x 3ft., Black 1 and Gold, and Green and Gold, well finished, Iin. posts, 30/. Tubular posts, B rcrv heavy, 35/. . You can get theso only at fl SANDLAND'S FURNITURE ARCADE, 119, 121, and 178 AKGENT 1 STREET SOUTH. Look for tho name over tho door. I Inspection Invited. Telephone 287. § c307imvs :123 ? ______^ ? 1 ^^^ --^o. ^_l '~-mH*.--. I &fye Hoxixe MaKer.. CasK or- Terms. J Are YOU one of our customers. Who realises that buying at TOM REID'S is money in your pocket. If not, ha come'onc, it will be to our mutual bene fit. We want to convince you that WJ3 cau SUPPLY you CIIEArER than any one else. You can prove this by com paring prices below. We want our cus tomers to know that our aim is to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
, BUSINESS NOTICES. ? . ? . FROM THE, PAGES OF THE FIRST UNION-OWNED DAILY PAPER 2N AUSTRALIA PEL3LEW & MOORE GREET YOU AND WISH YOU GOOD LUCK. ?? [ ', t '\VcTthink you'll agree that any issue of ' Barricv Truth' would be- incomplete, which -did not contain an announcement from tlie ' Workers' House,' and Ave want to say right away that youN'll. find our announcements in these pages EVERY MORNING. Our little chat to-day is about a grand lot of SHIRTS built specially for us for the summer trade. We call them . We want to tell you, too, what a splendid collection of these comfortable shirts we've' got. You know the kind with the soft bodies and dressed collar bands and cuffs. You , can wear any kind of collar with these shirts, and they're ever so much more comfortable than the starched kind. They look well too. ' - ' We've specially selected all the patterns also, and the Shirts have been cut by .expert cutters exactly to measurements supplied by us. The Sizes run, 13, 13y2, ...
THE KAISER'S INDISCRETION. Very Few German Papers Now Defend His Curious "Interview." "MOST UNPOPULAR INCIDENT OF HIS REIGN." LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 2 November 1908
THE KAISER'S INDISCRETION. &nbsp; Very Few German Papers Now Defend His Curious "Interview.: &nbsp; 'MOST UNPOPULAR INCIDENT OF HIS REIGN." [Reuter's Service.] LONDON. Siunlav. i:\pl.inalions' \tendeied * by lierlm lmc jet had no o/lect m quelling the sloim ot ad\eise cutitism avowed bj the ai' homed publication of an mteniew, m wh.chj,lu! Ku=er took credit fo. lia\ ^g \\oiked out and sent to Windsoi, a plan of campaign similar to Lord Rob ^lls'fa foi stamping out t^e Uoeis , The ' Koonisilic Zeitung,' one of the few ncwspapois which still defends the Kaiser's -woidi, declared that they can lnudly fail to promote good lelations \ lth Great But urn His Majesty's lefer Liice to the l'ai ]'ast continued, tho journal asseits, no traco of any mchi'a (ion to make G«iniaiiy lake sides The 'Daily Telegraph's' Beilm cor respondent oajs it is impossible to blink the fait tli.it the Kaiber's remaiks have pioved the most unpleasant of the manj eiratic and ill adwsjd utterances o...
A BROKEN HILL BOXER. MR. Lyn Truscott Speaks Of His American Battles. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
: A BROKEN HILL BOXER. , /MR. tyn.TruscoU Speaks Of His American Battlzs. The personal experenoos and opinions of those who travel throughout the world in roles that but very few can hope to fill are always interestin;;. The profession of pugilism eminently illus trates thia fact. Now, among tne mil lions of men whose callings condemn them to much less exciting careers than his, the boxer is a ram avis. Few are endowed with his nhvsical stamina, and fewr are induced to adopt the profession that gains him hia livelihood. Mr. Lyn Truseott, who haR Bpcnt more than a year in travel, has lately returned to the Barrier. The 'Barrier Daily Truth' had tho opportunity of a chat with him concerning his varied en counters with men and things during that time. In reply to queries, Mr. Truseott in formed our reporter that from Australia ho went to Vancouver, where he soon obtained a match with Tom Fifield, whom he knocked out in three rounds, lie met Jeif Hanney on two ocasions, and administered...
FLAWS IN BRASS BANDS. The King's Trumpeter's Hint To Broken Hill Players. The Danger of Many Solosists. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
FLAWS 1 BRASS BANDS. . The Ming's Trumpeter's Hint To Broken Hill Players. The Danger Of Many Solosists. Most of the sixty brass bandsmen who went from Broken Hill to lake part in the Grand National Eisteddfod at Bal larat are due to return within the next fortnight. Some came on Saturday— a few soloists, one band is in Melbourne, ninny are revelling in the cool — one might almost sav ehillv— iiitrlils nf ilw Gulden City. They all agree that the trip had been a trout, and tiiat to attend the competitions is a liberal education. This year they had liad as judge, in tlio person of Mr. Short, the King's trumpeter, an acknowledged champion cornctist, an experienced conductor 'of London bunds, and a frequent adjudicator at contests where musicians of the stamp of Besses-o'-the-Barn try conclusions. Mis advice, therefore, to the bands who failed to win first prize, is worth cutting out, and pasting up in every room on the Barrier where our 200 instrumental ists practise. To appreciate the...
QUOIT MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
' QUOIT MATCH. Tho second round of tho quoit tour-' nainent, promoted by Mr. 1). HogR, was plaved off on Saturday at Mr. O. Pfitssue^s Gasworks Hotel. Tho re sults aro as follows : — Simmonds, 23 ; Daley, 31; S. Morris, 31 : S. Wators, 20 ; Pfity.ncr, 28 ; F. Boyco, 31 ; Barry, 21 ; Murphy, 31 ; Smith, 31 ; Jcflnes, 24 ; and Merritt, 25; Babbich, 31.
TRAMWAY MEN ON STRIKE. ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
TRAHY U M STRIKE. ? o ? ['Barrier Daily Truth' Service.]' ? ADELAIDE. Monday Niirht. ? The party \of men who struck ? work last week in connection with the laying of the electric tramways at Thebarton, remain firm in their refusal lo go to work . with McMahon, w'ho isvknown as the ' Concrete King.' Several conferences have been held between the superintendent of the com pany and the strikers, but all have so far' proved abortive. A fresh gang of men were taken on this morning.
BARRIER RANGES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
BARRIER RANGES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Iii delightful weather tho Bocond series of .?matches of the Barrier Ranges Cricket Association were, concluded on Saturday, in; the presence of a fair number of spectators. On No. 1 wicket' at the .Western ,OvaI, the Willyamu'a inflicted a severe defeat on the Broken Hills, the Public Service easily accounted, for the South Mine on No. 2 wicket, and on the Amiu/Uval the Proprietaries won from the X.M.C.A;, with ,200 runs' to spare, on the first 'innings.:.-:' : . ;Wheh~play: closed on the opening Sat urday, -.Willyama.' imd compiled 237 runs in; their .first /innirigs,^ and Broken Hill had.lost' one wicket for '3 runs, Shellshire (0) and Soane. i.(0), being the not out men'. v.- The -former, was . run out without any addition to the score, but Soane, who so/far .this- season had failed to register a nnvadded :18. before Hurloy dismissed him- with a 'clinker.' Hewitt (17) and Richards (13) were the only others to register double figures, both fall...
WOBBLING POLITICIANS. An Ignorant Labor Member Repudiates Tom Mann's Scientific Attitude. ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
WOBBLJNg POLITiCBAfiS. An Ignorant Labor Member Repudiates Tom Mann's Scientific Attitude. ('Barrier Daily Truth' Service.) ADELAIDE, Monday Night. Mr. J. Newland, M.L.A., addressing a meeting of the Liberal and Democratic Union at Jamestown, on Friday, is re ported to have said that the late&t move was to saddle the Labor Partj* of South Australia with the utterances of Tom Mann at Broken Hill. * Tom Mann, be said, was not a member of any Labor Party in Australia. Tho Labor Party of South Australia took no responsibility for his statements. When Tom Mann was speaking to the miners of Broken Hill he was . not expressing the senti ments of the Labor Party of South Aus tralia.. The speaker did not think they would find one member of the Parlia mentary Labor Party of this State who would 'endorse 'What Tom Mann said. He referred lo the statements made by the National Defence League that Tom Mann's utterances were a sample of what the Labor Party was doing in South Australia ; a...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
RIFLE SHOOTING. Mr. A. N. AVilson, of the Broken Hill Club, secured fourth- plnco in the King's Prize and 23rd in tho Symo ag gicato, and Mr. Fred. Trovers -in each of tho above events carried off pi i/.cs of £2. Tho following aro tlio results of tlio bhootinK by tho A.N.A. Rino Club, on tho district range, on Saturday:— 200yds. 300yds. Totl. ,T. W Burrows . . 24 . . 28 . . 52 JJy. Valentino .. .'.' 28 . . 22 . . 50 A. H. Bills .. .. 23 .. 25 .. 48 W. J. Vincent . . 20 .. 21 . . 47 E. II. Smith ..... 21 .. 19 .. 40 M. Gemmell .. .. 23 . . 16 . . 39 W. H. Pearco .. .. 18 . . 15 . . 33 T. Colo ? 15 .. lo .. 30 H. Wallace . . . . — ' . . 25 . . 25. E. Geiper . . . '. . ? 13 .. 0 . . 10
BROKEN HILL JOCKEY CLUB RACES. THE SPRING MEETING. HOTSPUR WINS THE DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
BROKEN HILL JOCKEY CLUB RACES. . ? « ? THE SPRING MEETING. HOTSPUR WINS THE DOUBLE. The Broken Hill Jockey Club opened its Spring carnival on Saturday, and, considering the warm, sultry weather, which lias prevailed during the past week, the fact that many prominent mr/ltes were unavoidably absent owing to the Melbourne Cup Carnival week ieginnmg on the Hiuno day, and other drawbacks, the meotiii!,' was (,i most successful one, particularly from a racing point of view. The energetic. secretary, Mr. 11. L. Hosier, was always in the right place when wanted, which remark also npplies to the Committee, Judge, and Starter, and all the officials connected with the club. The Broken Hill. City Band rendered selections , at . intervals between the events. . The publican's booth was under tho supervision, of Mr. J. Tl. Burns, whilst afternoon tea was always, available. The ladies wore, well .represented, despite the atmosphere - -.: ..; conditions : - of the day. .The catering of 'Mr. A. II.....
MELBOURNE CUP MARKET. The Derby Winner Still a Firm Public Favorite. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
MELBOURNE CUP MARKET. The Derby Winner Still a Firm Public Favorite. L Bamei Daily Tiulh' bemee ] ? ' 31 IXBOURNi:, Monday Night. - The Deibj wninei, Alawa, lemains a film f in oi lie 'f oi thp\ Hejbouine Cup, being two points aliciidvof/l-ciu Mool tan ift fho points awaj thud, hn Aymei fouitli at bi\ points longei than Mooltan, then comes JUaiamu two points longei, with Tulkeioo and D\cd G.unicnls four points behind Mmanui, then comes 1'ost Towi^and Kuo\ All otheib aie at out side puce1) A iSjiliiey punlei of lenown lost hcav dj o-i Satuidnj His settling i.iine to o^ ei j. J,000
BROKEN HILL LICENSED VICTUALLERS' RACING ClUB. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
BROKEN HILL LICENSED VICTUALLERS' RACJNG CLUB. The following are the acceptances for the Licensed Victii.illei s' J?n tliday Meet ing, to be held on Wednesday: — Tiial Handicap, six fin longs — Memo, 8.0; Lady Tiout, 8 0; Rainbow, 84, Mis chief, 8.3; Partheas, 7.0; Lord Sarsfield, 7,7.- - Birthday Handicap, V/4 mile.— The Castaway, 10.3; Hotspur, U.5; Piper, 9.0; The Humm, 8.8; His Honor, 8.4; Chester, 8.2; Bennett, 7.13. Handicap Hurdle Race, two miles.— His Honor, 11.12; Memo, 10.7; Lival, 10.2; Zamie], lO.Oj.Bendee, i).7; Lord Sapphire, Ladies' Bracelet, seven' furlongs. — Hot- spur, 12.12; Pardon, 11.7; Cornet, 11.7; Bendee, 10.12; Lady Trout, 10.!); Rain bow, 10.9; Uko, 10.7; Lord Sarsfield, 10.7. Flying Handicap, six furlongs. — Stray Lad, 10.0; Tho Humm, 9.12; Piper, 0.10; Imilda, 0.3; Byuk, 8.7; Kali, 8.3; Zcin ab, S.3; Bernard, 7.10; Rainbow* 7.7; Tassel, 7.3. Farewell Handicap, one mile. — Hotspur, 10.8; Stray Lad, 10.3; His Honor, !).7; Momentum, 0.5; Chester, 0.5; Reimet...
ELECTION UPSET. Laborite Buzacott has to Fight His Election Over Again. PERTH, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
ELECTION UPSET, Laborite Buzacott has4o fight His Election Over Again ['Bainei Daily Tiutli hcnite] PERTH, Jloiuh- Night I lie vJhct Justice to-dnv ga\ ?- judg muiit in tho case m which Ah Oregon, c\-Ministoi foi Mincb, sought It ha\e tho j\fcn/ies oloction upbet on the grounds tint Labouto Buricalt, nli'i dnleatoJ him, was irregularly elected '1 lie Chief Justice found that nine p-isons who had icsidcd out of ihc oloeloiafc1 foi moro than threo montlis liad impiopcily Aotcd ^lot being cm psweicd undei tho Act to fcciutinisc those \otes and deteinuno how they had been cast, ho must dccliie tho election void It is anticipated that a fiosh election \ ill tnko place within sixteen dajs
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
HOTELS. ADELAIDE CLUB HOTEL. BLENDE STREET LOS. C. HAYWARD, — Proprietor pOMFORTABLE ACCOMMOD'Ai \J TION FOR BOARDERS. Only tho Bnst ot Wines and Spmts Sold. c307ths 300 THE /CENTENNIAL HOTEL Is noted foi its ACCOMMODATION FOll' TRAVELLERS ^ ~ and tho QUALITY OF ITS LIQUOR ' , CHARLIE WEBSTER, PROPRIETOR , 1 rnATTERSALL'S So£b£~ [ ** ARGENT STREET, TRAM TERMINUS. ' E. II' MITCHELL, ' PROPRIETOR S. A. B. COY.'S ALES ON DRAUGHT. LIQUORS NONE BETTER THAN THE BEST_ - 'RISING SUN HOIEL, ?**' RAILWAY TOWN SAM DREW is dispensing GOOD BEER and b e syr ijiQjjoits Silver Age Hotel. ARGENT STREET T-EST LIQUORS ALWAYS TO BE ?*-* *I:IAD. Beer Pipes Cleaned every morning. Customers may bo assured that they will always get a' Clean Glass, Good Liquoi, iind Civility. e3()7 :33 W. BERKHOLZ, HILLSIDE HOTEL. BEST WINES, SPIRITS, AND BEER on ilio Barrier. ALWAYS AS COOL AS A CUCUM BER. c308ts:120.
PROPOSED NEW THEATRES. One Proposed to be Erected Next Market. ADELAIDE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 3 November 1908
PROPOSED HEW THEATRES. One Proposed to fee Erected Next ^ - Market. I' Barrier Daily Truth' Service.] ADELAIDE. Momliiv N iirlifc: It has been:. decided to build the new theatre in Grote Street 011 a site next to the Cential Maikel at piesent- occupiul by the Hippodrome n Tho theatre is to bo creeled for Messrs. Leniioii, TImii.ui, mid Lemion, the well known public ciilcitmncis, who aio about to make Adelaide their permanent l\cad quiii lei s The new building, which will bo an up to date building of modern tjpe, is c\pected to bo opened nc\t Eastd' This is the third new theatre project .mentioned in Adelaide during the past few weeks