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HONORING JENKINS. Complimentary Dinner in London to Ex-Agent General for South Australia. BRACELET AND A WATCH. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

HONORING JENKINS. Complimentary Dinner in London to Ex Agent General for South Australia. BRACELET AND A WATCH. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. A complimentary dinner was given at. the Troeadero last night to the; Hon. J. G. Jenkins, late Agent-General' for South Australia, on the occasion of his departure for Adelaide. The Earl 01 Jersey ? presided over a hundred guests assembled to wish 'him good-bye, and on behalf of friends who wished to give Mr. Jenkins substantial tokens of their regal d, hij Lordship pre sented the guest of the evening with a valuable gold watch, suitably 'inscribed, and some personal jewellery; and. a diamond bracelet for Mrs.' Jenkins. ? In supporting the toast of the eve'i iug, Lord Tennyson paid a warm ttibule to the invariable' tact, courtesy, and ability which Mr. Jenkins had dis played while he repieseiitcd his Colony in London, and said that all tlio^e who knew his sterling worth lrgietti'-l his resignation. , Mr. Jonkins expressed Inn gratitude...

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY AND JAPAN LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

GERMANY AND JAPAN. [Reuter'8 Service.] LONDON, Thursday. In tho courso of a speech in the Reichstag, Prince von Bulow (Imperial Chancellor) said that Germany had no aggressive tendencies in the Pacific, and did not desiro to circumscribe Japinesc development.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIX YEARS' HARD LABOR. ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE IN A TRAIN. BRISBANE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

SIX YEARS' HARD LABOR. ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE IN A TRAIN. [' Truth's ' Special Service.] BRISBANE, Thursday Nigiit. . In the Supremo Court, to-day, Patrick McNainara and Jeremiah Leonard were convicted of robbery with violence in a train, and were each sentenced to six ycais' nnpiisonment with hard labor.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. Mr. Cari Laubmann, ?*», -.- . . Optician. Sulphide Sired. The DON Tailors. (Opposite tho G.P.O.) mHE CHEAPEST AND BEST ?*- HOUSE IN THE CITY. LARCEST STOCK OF SERCE, CORKSCREWS, and SUMMER SUIT INGS. You can rely on getting Satisfac tion from us. Syd. Ingersoft, Manager.

Publication Title: Barrier Daily Truth
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BARRISTER CHARGED WITH UTTERING. PERTH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

BARRISTER CHARGED WITH UTTERING. ['Truth's' Special Service.] PERTH, Thursday Night. Frank E. Batoman, a woll-knowu barrister and solicitor, has boon arrest ed on a charge of fraudontly uttering a cheque for £7/7 drawn on the Union Bank on October 31, signed 'Harry. Lewis.'

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THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. House of Representatives Adjourned Until Tuesday. LABOR MINISTRY FORMED. MELBOURNE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

THE fEDERAL PARLIAMENT. House of Representatives Adjourned Until Tuesday. LABOR MINISTRY FORMED. ['Truth's' Special Scivier.] _ 'MELBOURNE, Thuisday ,Night.' ,Puor to the assembly of the House of Eepiesentativpi this' - jifternoon the Laboi Patty had u. caucus meeting tit Parliament House, in order to consider tue position that has niiscn out of the Federal crisis. The meeting was of a very interciiting nature, and the Party discussed at length in 'what way' the occupation ? of the. Treasury benches would be best utilised. At its conclusion Sir. Fisher said he had nothing to disclose except that the Labor Party would meet in caucus again after' the' House adjourned. When the House met, the proceedings were brief, lasting only about fifteen minutes. Mr. Deakin intimated that Mr. Fisher deshed an adjournment till Tuesday in older to arrange the mcmbcisbip of the new Cabinet. Hi. Stoner (Tas.) wanted the ad journment; made till : Wednesday, . in older to enable the Tusmanians to visit ...

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GOVERNMENT—MINED COAL. THE GOVERNMENT TO INTRODUCE A BILL ON TUESDAY. ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

GOVERNMENT-MINED COAL. ? ♦ ? THE COVERNMENT TO INTRO DUCE A BILL ON TUESDAY. ['Truth'*' Special Service.] ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. „ Mr. Tom Price (Premier) infc'.niJited in the Assembly, this afternoon that on Tuesday next he would asK the leave of the House to introduce a Bill author ising the purchaae and working of the ,coul mine over which the. Government had obtained an option at Maitland, New South Wales.

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THE "TIMES" COMMENTS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

'. THE'' TIMES' COMMENTS. ? (Reutei's Seivice.) L0N1D0N, Tlmisdiv. The London '' Time,' cominenling on what it desuiibea a 'striking btateim-nt.' made by its Sydney eooi respondent, ti lists that Mr. DeaUin will soon return to the head of the Commonwealth Gov ernment with eneigies .renewed, and health restoied, to give Mis nesi sei vices to Country und Em])i! p. ? '\ He is, says the ' Times,' the one Aus tialian stateman who, like 'Sir mified Lauiior (Picmier or Canada) has the ?ai of .... whole Empiie, equally' with that of Ins own couiitrj 'VMiateMi foim Mi Deikim eneigies n&\ ta' e m the futuie, he will ivlwaj' m able to speak with special reco0niised inthoritj on all the leading issues of [mpoual pohcj

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. STEPHENS and BARTLETT, Auc tioneers, Valuators, Sharebrokars, and General Commission Afients. CHLORIDE STREET, BROKEN HILL. Mart Sales held EVERY MONDAY, at 11. Outdoor Sales as arrangjod. Prompt Sottlemouts. Sharo quotationi daily. Agent for tho' leading Firo In suranco Companies. c308fchf :306 * W. J. CEORGE. i^iHAFP JIERCHANT and FAMILY XJ GROCER. ' , - Every Line of the Best Quality. Telophono No. 43. Established 1888. c307thf :306. WHOLESALE and Retail Fish, Game, and Poultry Morchanto. Hotels and Families supplied at lowebt markot prices. Ladies' Rooms. Eveij attention and comfort. A rcgulai supply of Fish, Oysters, Crayfish, Ac. The choicest kinds of smoked Fish al waj's on hand. B. H. ANTON, Proprietor. c307mg:33 POOLE, BUTCHER, Chappln ? Street North. Tliis advertisement is especially in tor«stiug to tho rosidonts of tho North. DON'T FORGET IT. CHOICEST MEAT and SMALL GOODS, direct from freezer. ? r307mwf:30fi. FOR INFORMATION npply tc * C. STANLEY BURGESS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

THE BEER, draught or bottled, ?nanufucturod by tho S. A. Brewing Co. ji Broken Hiill, ia not to bo excelled in any oilier part uf the Common wonltJi, 90 '* ' SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

m S. A. Brewing' Co., M LIMITED. M nREivERS and WINE and SPIRIT « BR MERCHANTS. Bj Dnwgl't and Bottled Alo and Stout, m tfilW8 and Spirits.

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COLONIAL STOCKS. Ought To Be Made Easier to Handle by The Small British Investor. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

COLONIAL STOCKS. ? JV_ ? Ought To Be Made Easier to Handle by The Small British Investor. ' ??' (Router's Servie.\) ~'\ ? - LONDON, Thmsdiiy. A question ot considerable intoiest to Colonial Tieasmer- was asked in the House of Commons veslciday. - ' ? JIi A C Beck, the Libeial i member for Wisbech, Cambridgeshiie, inquiied v.iioilini- 'tho Plinnnnllnv llE lllP litcheOUCr (Mr Llov.il Gioige) would consider 'tne desirability of small inveslois fac ilities foi investing in loniuneiatnc col onial securities. While making it plain that the colonial (Jovernments, and not the Homo Govern ment, guaranteed such secuiities, Mr. Hohhouso (Financial Secretary to tile Treasury) replied, on behalf of Sir. Lloyd-George, th.it such facilities ought to be provided by the colonial Govern ments. .

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TIRED OF KING PETER. 380 Servian Officers Petition His Majesty to Abdicate. ARMY SEETHING WITH DISCONTENT. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

TIP OF KING PETER. 380 Servian Officers Petition His Majesty to Abdicate. ARMY SEETHING WITH DISCONTENT. (Renter's Service.) LONDON, Thumday. The '' None Wiener Tagoblatt,' a Vienna newspaper, asserts that 280 Scr Tj»n officers on the active list, and' 100 retired, liavo petitioned Kiifg' Peter to indicate in fnvor of l'lince Ceoigo. They rlwlare that in no other way can unity of spirit be restoud to the army, anil the memory of the old conspiracy he le 'uioved. King Peter the First ascended the throne in 1S03. lie is a Kauigeoige\iteh, mil if the Viennese neu'rf H eoneet, is only experiencing the hick of his family. The founder of the dynasty, Geoige Fetroviteh Karageoigc, Commander in Chief of Sorvia, Mai mmdeied in 1S17. Twenty-five 'years latei his son Alexan dcr, wan designated leigning Prince ; in 1853 he wasdethioned, and in 1868 ban ished. King Potei, who is thus the third of liis line, succeeded to the sovorcignity on the assassination of King Alexander »nd his wife— a rmud...

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CRICKET. BROKEN HILL v. SYDNEY POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

CRICKET. BROKEN HILL v. SYDNEY POLICE. A cricket match was played on the Western Oval yesterday afternoon, be tween the Broken Hill and i-he .Sydney L'oUce, in the presence of a fair number of ,- spectators. The metropolitan police had first use of the wicket; and opened chcir innings with Martin and Cole. Mar tin, however, failed to score, being clean howled by Newton. Cole was also oblig ed to retire for tho low score of. 4. Man ning and Mitchell did not augment the jcore to any extensive degree, both being bowled by Newton, for 4 and I respect ively 1 llaipeT put up a good Beore, and got bejond the lialf-centmy by 3 mm. llis innings, ' however, was at times., rather idkv)V and several good chances , were jussed in the early part. The only other batsmen ttj reach double lgurcs for tlie metropolitan team were Arehinal (i.:j) and xiennessy (L't).'Tlie visitors innings closed for 121. Newton and Atkinson did most damago with the ball, securing four wickets ipiece. '? The ltroken Hill...

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THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

THE SPORTING WORLD. (Hy 'Grand Flaneur'.') TUFTS OF TURF, Jlonobel, «ho wont lamo after Ala ua'a Derby, .'id 111 consequence has not been hPtn out on the track for some , time, lolt Melbourne 'for Sydney on 'lite-day It is stated that his lamo wbB t-iU not mteifero with h» future racing, as 'u IB ™.'P° 'iM-L lu '''''o1 'jimmy' Mills, tlio owner of Lord Sapphire, 'ejjs ho was in no way con nect,. J ui..h tho inquiry into tho rid 111' ot his lurw at Oanlor, for which A' Kocps vni dtomed incapable, ana diEqUiilitied for tluco months. Husbandman won the Now; Zealand Derby, decided at Christclmrch on Mondiy, from SI. Aiilan and Diabolo. Husbandman, ^.ho is owned by bir Goorgo Clifford, wa3 beaten as a 2year old by tho 4500-guinoas purchase Ool don Slipper in tho ChampaKiw Stakes. Tho latter waa owned at the time by -tho late'G. G. Stead, and was con lidered a very smart filly as a 2year old, and rumor was not astray, as the daughter of Multifoim pi oved herself very slick in Now Zealand....

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LETTING LODGINGS TO ADD TO A WAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

LETTING LODCIHCS TO ADD TO A WACE Sn — Ju&l 1 line 01 two in response Io I your toi rtspondenl ' Stotty the Ranib- I lor ' I His begi udging le'tlt r seems to lint e for I its ]uirpo e to rob .1 man or 11 mau'b wife I Crom using hn 01 her spaio time as lie I C-cottt the liiiiiiblu'h) 'opinion, and -we I all k-iow 111 it mn mnn is entitle'd to I Ml opinion ? j But w 'u 11 boarilui',' Blue C'onted Oi'n- I lleman' or othtis .md geltinf?, sny i'l I 2s Gil a wttk, nil this is not clear profit. But it nut be Mud Hint there in morf woik foi 1 worn in with boarders llmii onh htr pntntt fnmilj I don't see tit— fc the ..Council could do. anything in Ui»t matter us* if ?-? tlicv' did they would 1)0 lulling with this man's right Imlhei, tlii-- woiking man might jup' an w ell hat 0 those Blue Co ittd GenU as fit largt holtls, who make lmgc pio fits without them I nm pleaded to see that the^e won tire bnaiding w it'll a working mnn, tlitt' hdping him to bo 111010 than a point abote a begg...

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RICH TIN LODE. PROSPECTOR APPLIES FOR A REWARD LEASE. PERTH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

RICH TIN LODE. - ? .A ? PROSPECTOR APPLIES FOR A RE WARD LEASE. ['Ti nlli's' Special Seme*.] - P..RTH, Tliursday Xight. A miner, named James Siflleet, pros pooling lionr Maibble Bar, has applied for a lcwaid leaie for having discovered ah exceptionally rich tin lode. Spet iiiipm fiom the shaft show free tin thioughout, and in the face Ihere me fom distinct bodies met with in the one lode, 10 ft. wide. The depth' of the woiking is only ](! feet deep. K\])uits' opinion hits been obtain*!, and have pionounoed the pioperty lo be highly ]iaj able.

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HOW A WIDOW WAS DECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

HOW A WIDOW WAS DECEIVED An cxtraordinai t ensp of decpptwn lias' beeii reixjitetf to tho 'Wellington ixilico A man mado the ncquamtanco of an elderly widow nnd pioposed mai urge &ho ndtnnced him, sho Bit5, two sums of U-, but mi lmlnt hi piillmr-und tolil ? ht-r bo did not believi sho had ant monet, md tint unit 1 she could piote 'ho had lie would mint .ii-othor woman, lho widow then went to tho bank nnd drew £82, which sho Gubscqu.ntly entrusted to tho man for safe-keeping. He said ho would return next evening nnd marry her, but as ho did not return according to promise, tho police were informed. Tho man is married, and has two children. A ??viirntnt. hns- been issued for his arrest.

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EIGHT HOURS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

EIGHT HOURS COMMITTEE. A meeting of tho Eight Hours Com mittee was hold in the Trades Hall last night, the president (Mr. J. Hughes), presiding over a largo attendance. Tho auditors' report was received and discussed. -? ix .was nuciuuu to- tvuu u iuuivi ml thanks to Mr. J. Raven for his as sistance, and also to present him with the sum of £1 Is. The Smoko Social Committeo's re port was brought forward arid adopted. The Ball Committee's statement was read, and the secretary stated that tho receipts were all in with tho exception of 16s. lie had tried to get the re ceipts, and they were not available A motion that the statement bo held over + 111 n*w+ mr^if.Mirr nnrl +bflf. Air .T . Hubbor, secretary of tho Ball Commit tee bo asked to attend, was carried. Various accounts wero passod for pay ment. A motion that £500 bo voted to tho trustees of tho Trades Hall, £250 to bo devoted to tho Trust, and tho re maining £250 to go to tho 'Barrier Daily Truth,' to bo placed in deben tures thro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908

BUSINESS NOTICES. ' The Break-tip of a- Big Combine, Price of Living to be ???'.:':.?????/..:/;?????? . Greatly Reduced ! - ?. ...MV ROAN 'RROS TO THF RFSCIJF f Start to Unload Surplus Stocks Right Away. ?' } Tons of Summer Goods at Every Counter to be fairly Chucked at You ! All their Wido Silk RIBBONS, up to 900 pair* WOMEN'S ST0CKINC8, Childron'a Stronz CRASH TUNICS, No. 40 width, at 3 YARDS FOR A SHILLING. A Big Lino of Guipuro LACE COL LARETTES, the vory newest goods in cream, P*ris, and block, worth 1/, 1/3, and 1/6 each. Bonn's TJu londing Prioo To-day, YOUR PICK FOR SIXPENCE. The New MUSLIN ROBES, with deep floral design at foot. Hobo l«ngths worth 9/11 anywhere. BOAN'S UNLOADINC PRICE TO DAY, 4/11 Each. Strong NAVY CAMBRICS, in -floral and spot designs. A firBt~cla»B print for school or knock-about wear. Goods marked 5/11 a do»en. ,. Boan's Quick Unloading Price To 'day, 8/11 a dozen yards, or a DRESS LENGTH (7J yards) for HALF A CROWN. 38 piecos of Boan's Best. French Mus ...

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