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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
KIDNEY TROUBLES FLATULENCE AND BILIQUSKESS. A COMPLETE CURE. 'In Hie background of my memory there is a distinct recollection of many days and weeks of physical adversity, such ns I almost ih-ead to recall,' said Mr. Fiedorii.-i; William Martin, of I\\-. 51 Tilt-street, Waterloo, when requested to give an outline ot liis infirmities, now happily overcome. 'liut,' he went on, 'since nnything I tell you may prove a aotirce of comfort and encouragement to other poor mortals, I'll gladly do an yo.11 wish. Yes, I was ailiug for n very long time. A more bilious subject than I used to be you would huvo to travel a ions w;iy to find, nnd then I doubt if he could speak oE as many disap pointments eoiiiiccled with his illne.ssns T hii»i ? 1»/.»ir T fr'i \-t\ ft»'(-t- *lllf- IlindlPlliG and then nuotlicr a trial, meeting failure after failure, till 0110 could scarcely be lievo .there was anything in an apothe cary's shop that Imd not been resorted to, and all to no purpu.se, when I would give ...
THE STURT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THE STURT ELECTION Onl\ 0111 nomination his -ct boon lotlgotl with thp Hotmning Olheu (Mi X JI (.ninths) for the Slurt soat \ acanct in tho Le^islatno Assombh, caused bt the rosiKiiation of Mr Aithur Guflith Nominations cIjso it noon to dnt (Fn daj), and it is extremely unlikely that Iheip will be any opposition to Mr Gnflith's ic election Yosterdaj afternoon Mi AV O'Con noll, fecrotai-v oi the BDAPLI, lnndcd to Jh 1 & Griffiths, Return ing Officoi for tho 'shirt electorate, 1 f jrm^ nominating Mi Aitliui Hill Griffith, Patent Vltornet, of Manly, foi tho \ncancy 111 tho N S AV Legib lati\ o \ss- mblt Th« following aie tho names of lho nommatois — JTredeiick Bittjo, John Hum JJjim AA illiaiu James X'timi Adolaulo- Hocknip, Blargaret X'rancis Coulls, Fdw n d Josiah J'olkinphoi no, Ldwaid lioiimrts, 'Xhomis Htniv Oli vor,' Charles Ernest Coulls, Sydney Charles Robinson, Patrick Kelly, and Patrick Austin Lamb. At noon to-day tho names of tho. candidate or candi dates nominated w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
BUSINE86 NOTICES. RING UP 263 For the BEST BREAD and SMALLGOODS PltOCURABLE IN TOWN. D. M°CUBBIN Is tho person to supply you. OUR, ARGENT STREET TEA ROOMS, Spacious and Cool. Every Convenience. The ideal Sum mer Retreat for Light Luncheons. Pri vate .Room for Ladioc. ARGENT STREET, Handy to Tram Terminus. J. HAROLD CAMERON, AV. I*1. DICKSON, Trading as CAMERON and DICKSON, SIIAUEBROKERS AND AGENTS. FOR 4 years and 15 months rospee tivoly Secretary to the Broken EIill Hospital. Will bo very pleased to Buy or Sell SHARES for you. One Commission Only. Aro in a position to find you a Comfortablo Home, or to m suro it or your Goods. ARGENT STREET. W. J- HUGHES, A UCTIONEER, HOUSE and LAND -A- AGENT. 182 I'ATTON STREET, S.B.H. Sole Agpnt Cornish Pianos and Or gans,- Dunmo Ellis and Hill's Pianos, Boosoy and Corroll's Brass Band In struments. Salos conducted anywhere iu tho dis trict. NOAH DIX, ARGENT STREET, 1 Opposite A.M.P. Office. PHONOGRAPHS from 10/ to £30. RECORDS. RECORDS. RECORDS....
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. DERELICTS AT THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
LEHERS TO THE EDITOR. I DERELICTS AT THE H08P1TAL. I Sir. — Some time ago in the columns H of tbe- weekly ' lruth' au article ap- M poared dealing with tho old men 0/ ? this town, and the unjust conditions U that , prevail and debar them from ? getting woik when they are aoie and I willing to do it But their grey H hairs, that tho old proverb says i« B honorable, are far from desirable in 9 the ojes oi tho omployor, hence they H and theirs hato to submit to the tor- H riblo' conditions of -our boasted modern H cmhsation, wluch is not in voguo in H tho most barbarous country on God's H oarth ? Consider tho poor old bouIb that nro ? suffering froin chronic complaints find ? senile- decay Ask tho -police of Uro- H kon :Hill, and find out tho number ? of these poor -old chaps that they have 9 found in cases -of collapse, in filthy B Bunoundings, and hate had to take I them. to tho District Hospital, because ? tliero tvas no other place, to tako I thorn - H If ainono tbubts this, go up i...
THE MURDERED NATIVES. POLICE IN HOT PURSUIT OF THE PERPETRATORS. PERTH, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THE MURDERED NATIVES. ? POLICE IN HOT PURSUIT OF THE PERPETRATORS. ['Truth's' Special Sen ice.] PERTH, Tlniisduy Nignt. The Coiamisionor of Police I1.14 i*e eeived fuither infoi million , icspcct-, ing the discovoiy ' of the* bodies ol h\x male and two female n.ithe-. near Lavcitgn (as lepoit cd 111 .the 'Bairier Daily -Ti nth' jesler dav), to the cileel that -ill 1112 ??iglit natives have boon: idcnlil.i'U. k They had evidently 'bi-n hilli-d by .?petiin. - -~' ? The police aie'''bul-in hol'pai -ii-',. it ib evident 'that the run I -i^ ,\'-ie committed by natives of a dilleunt tjibe — piobably Dai lot natives, who aie known lo'have visited tlu-io o\u .1 wu-k ^go, about which time the lia^vly must Iiau- otcuricd.
DAYLIGHT SAVING. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
DAYLICHT SAVINC. S11, — ^l-i Arthui states lie. is go- I ing to bung a Daylight Saving Bill I bttoie Pniliament ir tlio Common- j wealth does not bung a bill into exis- I tence If it is only for tho principlo .. I of health,' ho says, wo' would -havb tho benoiit ot: all tne sun ngnt 111 tne eany morning, and Would have' moro leisure j m tlio ot oiling, and, finally, moro I beautt sleep If tho Broken Hill Council ind Clnmbei of ? Commerco I took tho matter of earlier train service I in the morning and otenings, viz., nr- I rit il 7 a m , departure 7 p.m., it I ?tould bo the means of getting somo I of tho work of tho day over beforo I tho tempeialuro had mounted up. Ino I oarlior tloparturo of the train in tho I otcnmc; woud bo tlio moans of benc- I fitinc: 90 per cent of the pooplo of I this distnol thioughout tho year. I \ouisAc, EARLY KISEK . I ? 8
THE BOARDS OF THE LODE. To Whom the Mine Managers Submit the Claims of the A.M.A. MEETING OF THE MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THE BSA1BS OF TEE LODE. . To Whom the Mine Managers Submit the Claims of tk A.M.A. MEETING OF THE MANAGERS. The following comparative statement gives 'an idea of the actual improvements in wages usked for at Wednesday night's Conference by the Combined Unions ? — ' Rate Now Present Rate Claimed. Pei l).i\ Pci Day. Mnieii 10/ 10/ Mineis (loii ) 12/ 12/' Biacemen ')/U ' ... 9/0 Platmon' U/(i , B/(i Iruckeis. 3/7 'A . ')/ uulloekei's S/71/. ' ')/ limbcimt'ii 11/ v 11/ Pitmen 1.1/ 13/ - luineis 11/G I 11 /(? Titteis ?- 11/6 U/li' -i Smiths 11/6 ' 10/ -to 11/0 Alasrtns 11/G ll/0v Urpentcit ')/« to ll/h'11/0 , rmsnuliit '1/0 to ll/(i 11/U iioileimaUeis ~')/b lo 11/0 11/ Ho 11/0 Lugined(i\ei^ 11/ to 11/ 11/ to'13/tS Engiiiedineiv /??'?-'/ (stjtioiUn) 10/ ilO/ to 11/ liremen ')/t! lo 10/ 10/ to 12/ laboieii ' S/7 '/a ')/ Houodiireis v')/2 , '??/ Ropeis a/0 to 10/ 'J/0 to 10/ Stnkeis - — !)/ Mqtoidrheis — ?. v- 10/ toll/ * The' tonnage men 7 in this case are set to earn 12/ Yet wages range f...
MOUNT MORGAN DISASTER. SYSTEM OF MINING DECLARED DANGEROUS. ROCKHAMPTON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
-MOUNT MORGAN DISASTER. SYSTEM OF MINING DECLARED DANCEROUS. ? S. [' Ti iilli's ' Special Sei \ice ] ROGkHAMPrOY, 'lhmsda- Night. ,lhe lnqum bung held at Rockhampton m connection with the Mount Morgan disastei, was continued to diu , when a numbei of viilnisscs W(ie 1 1 imined Ail of them were miners of long experience. They were emphatic in stating their „„:„:,,',, n.of dm iui-s«nt svstem of'min in' ica.i very dangerous to the men working in the mine ; firstly by reason of the 'pigstye' system of timbering, which they declared was not support for the roof ; 'secondly, by reason of the fact that the chambers worked were too large. They 'advocated the adoption of the square set system. ,,.„,, Tho inquiry was adjourned till the following day.
WILLS PROVED FOR PROBATE. ADELAIDE Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
' WILLS PROVED FOR PROBATE. ['Truth'»' Special Seryioe.] ADELAIDE Thursday Night. The will of tho late Lady' Baker has been proved at £10,500. Tho estate of tho lato John Honry Wcidehoper, lato of Currio Street, has boon provctl at £20,000. The will of the late Frederick John Har ris, late of (iawler, who met his death as tho result of a motor accident at Kapunda on September 30, has been sworn at £16,000, and that of tho lato Henry John Riggs, sheep farmer, at £27,100 Mi'sin Marshall and Coehrane (pre sident and secretary of the Sydney La bor Council), waited upon tho Presi dent and Engincer-in-Chicf of tho Water and Sewerage Board to-day with a view to seeing what could lie done to bring about a settlement of the Boek chqppors' strike. They wcro told, in reply, to their re presentations, that the matter was now out of the hands of the Hoard, which could not alter its attitude. Tho work, they said, was now open for anybody who would take it.
ROCKCHOPPERS' STRIKE. Labor Council Advises the Men To Return To Work. A VICTORY FOR UNIONISM. SYDNEY, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
ROCKCHOPPERS' STRIKE. — « — Labor Council Advises tlie Men To Return To Work. ^ A VICTORY FOR UNIONISM. I' Truth's' Special Service] SYDNEY, Thursday Night. After a meeting of the Trades arid Labor Council, held to-night, it was announced that a resolution had boon carried to meet the Roekchoppors to-morrow afternoon, and recommend that l.ie strike be declared off. and work be resumed on Monday, on condi tion that the 'prosecutions at present pending be not proceeded with. The Executive decided to . advise this course on the ground unit their (Rock? ehoppeii') demands had been conceded and they had Had won a victory -for unionism. The Sew ei age Uoiul has gi\en an assurance that no lOLkchoppu will be rictimisml. and Liint everv. mair.'cihr. re. tunic vork. , ]t was nnanimoush decided that I he representative of the Sydney Piuth' be allowed to 'lciniiu at all commit u- meeting?. it was decided- lo, send congi at illations to Air Aiuliew ] luhei on his recognition by the Governoi Gene...
SHARE MARKET. ("Truth's Special Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
SHARE MARKET. ('Truth1* Special- Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Thursday Night. llie following business was tiunsaet cd 011 'Change to-day. — Broken Hill, sales 44/3 and 45/, b . Block 14 (p'ref .), sales 13/3, 13/6, and iojOj b, 13/3, Block H (ord.), b. 13/3 , British (old), sales 18/9, 18/7i, and 18/D, b. 18/7J, s. 18/10*. - British (new), sales 17/9, 17/0, 17/4i, and 17/6, b. 17/4*, s. 17/9. ' Block 10, sales 61/, b 61/. Junction, sales 2/10, 2/10}, and 2/11 b. 2/11,, s. 2/11 J. Norths, b. 61/6. Souths (paid;, sales 7G/6 and 76/6, 'S. 7//6. Souths (con.), b 67/G, s 68/.' South Blocks, sales 2o/3, 26/li, and 20/, b. 25/10J, s 2G/3. Junction Norths, sales 23/0, 24/6, and Associated, sales 23/3 and 25/ Break o' Day, sales, Cd . Chatters, sales 8/3 to 8/1, to' 8/4: Golden l'olo, sales 1/1 Boulder, sales 23/3 Boulder Ones, sales 9/4. Main Unufs,. Miles 7/1 and 7/1 Porsovoraiico, sales 7/8 and/7/6. Golden. Links, sales 6/3 and 6M Hannan'sStar, sales 6/5 and 6/1 Melton, sales 1/41 and 1/3. N...
BLOCK 10. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
.BLOCK 10. The following pi ogress lepoit for the fortnight ending lth Xovemhci. ,1908, ha» been furnished by the management : There haa been Lonsidciablr delay in the work of rising under the aiuilary »o»ft, on account of the diflicultv iri obtaining competent miners to do the ?work; only two feet have been added for the period. The n^e is up a total of 05 feet. Winze 3B at the 1313 fecliluiel lias been deepened, by ll1/. feet, making, 11 total of -.77 feet. For the gicatcr pail of the pcrio(l,--tho \vin7o hos been carried down iu mixed ore and country lock on the footwall. A slight improvement is observable in the quality of material, but assays have amounted to only 13 rf oz. silver, 11 per cent lead, and 12 1 per cent. zinc. The south drive, at tho 1,315 feet level, has.. been advanced 8 feet, and the face is noiv within 6(3 feet of the boundary-, the ore is 7 feet in width, and baa avei aged 18.1 oz. silver, 20 pci cent lead, and 22.4 per cent zinc. Tho north drhc, at the 1,405...
BISHOP OF WILCANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
BISHOP OF WILCANNIA'. 'I ho llight Re\ Di Duiino, Bishop ot AA'ile iiini iMhas just letiuncd irom an cxtcmLd tour of the dioctso 'lhe Bishop kit Bnken Tlill on tho IGth ot August, attended the. stuco m Sydney during fleet w-pk, then pioeeedcd to uoimrnnu uini)i!ipgt-, inenco to tlioAiac qumt Ki\ei 'il ifteiwaids to J-re wimini and liuuiki \flei re tiiiiuiitj to ^\dnt\ he tisited Ilillston, II -_, Dimli(|tiin, and Moanu, lotuinnig \ii Mtlbouino and Adelaide 111 nine to meet his 1111s sionarj party on tlio Ophu 'J lie dio eoBo consists of neirh one-half ot Now &outli Wales Dining the tour ho opened a^coin cut ul.Q-in!vl-Vj-.- (.1 min ing town near Cobai), also a chuich at Camilla The Bishop on his ictiuii was ntcompamed by tho Kc\ rather Costelloo, leecnth ordained 111 Ireland, who will bo attached to tlio dihedral stiiF heio Jho Rot Tithei Shan mssj and T'owei (ilbo rcconth oidam ed) will innc shoitlj AIiss Killim, fcistoi iof tho Kci Tathoi Ivillian, U V , or Bouikc, also fi...
DOES THE WORLD HELP SINNERS? [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
-does the world help ' ' -Dinners? / ? , ? ' In ' the expression of the divine impulse ' the s.iint meets no opposition. The world is always ready, to help her along. It is not so with other virtues, which sometimes sinners try to cultivate Tiuthfulness, ior- instance- — now rarejy xne world helps us to tell tho truth. -Honor, that refinement of honesty/ tho world does not do -much to encourage that in sinners. Courage-— how littlo help wo cowards get in trying to bo bravo physically. .Every appliance of science, montally ever}' -sedative in tlio way of a platitude is'at our command to assist us in shirking pain. No,' tho world holds out no helping hand to asnist those plodding virtues, but ^vhen it comes to self-sacrifice^— who will not allow, nay, assist a friend to sacri fice self,? Yes, hero tho saint ha» it all. her own way! — 'New Idea.'
The Police Court. Thursday—Before Mr. J. McKensey, S.M. HIS SECOND OFFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
Tl*e Police Court. T.huisda- — Bofoic Jfi J SlcKonsey, & M UJS SfiCOND Ol FENCE Indeiitk Getcimm, 5-, In ing in IBoi^l Lane, was bionght up bofoio tlio court on a chargo at hnung been drunk in Aigent btreet on tho night of Noiombei 11th 'ilio man is .1 minei by occupation, and to all ap poiiances hab worked hard to cam an honost living llo is a- nati\o of Goimany, and ol 1 other dceont appear nn'v- Xhis is his second appoaranco bofoio tho I'olicc, Couifc, ha\mg been up on a bimilu ehaigo about two months a,j;o Coustiblo Atkinson found Gctorimn 'staggering from side to side, and fall ing men fow ^ ird3 Tho eonstablo hid somewhit of a job 111 bunging him to th station, luting ilnioit to t.ui\ him along li'incd u/ 01 0110 d it
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
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THE A.M.A. BALLOT. MESSRS. ROWE AND ROBERTS REPLY TO MR. R. S. ROSS. (To the Editor "Barrier Daily Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THE A.H.A. BALLOT. MESSRS. ROWE AND ROBERTS REPLY TO MR, R. S. ROSS. (Jo the rdiloi Bimei J-ail- liuth ) S11 — lie ballot of A A[ A , nnd Mi_ U S Koss'.s advice to members nut to~reg islei , I wish as a unionist to mist, im voiti1 in opposition to suth nthiep, as I toiiBidci the lcgistiation of am union under the 1 edtial Atl to bt of tin ut most impoilauce Lhtie aie two sides to all quislious, thticfoii' it is nbsolultl\ w us ni \ foi thi' suppoitem of both sides to meet and nibitnlc, ho tli.it a decision nun be nrmtd al suitable to both put lit s This point rtaelttd, the judge, piesidtul, 01 lettree (whouti lit ma\ be) gi\ts his dttisiou attoidinglj, and we bind ouisthts to abide bj tin ?\ el (Mot mutually aimed at, foi so long us we think lit Jhtie is nothing ne\ ibout this , il is an e\ci} day piaclici We do it in our union,' our debating classes, or our football fields, our cricket gi omuls and in tlio niig In nil these the principle of arbiliatiun obtains, \ai\ ing onh -n diHi...