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CZAR WARNS SERVIA. Hungarian Parliament Resents the Marshalling of Troops. "BE CALM, OR WE'LL SHOOT." LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
CZAR WARNS SERVIA. ? A ? Hungarian Parliament Resents the Marshalling of Troops. . 'BE CALM,- OR WE'LL SHOOT.' / (Router's Service1.; ? LONDON, Thursday/ , The Czar has, in confirmation of the message he sent lust w'eek by the Crown Prince of Servia, telegraphed to King Peter emphasising tho absolute necessity that the principality should pursue a. moderate and a pacific policy in relation to- its' claims to be 'oompenialed'' in territory, now Unit Bosnia and Herzego vina have been annexed by Russia. Dr. Weekerle, speaking in llu Lower House at the Hungarian Diet at Peath, described Servia's conduct in concentrat ing troops on the frontier as unseemly and threatening, lie expressed the sig nillcant hope that Austria-Hungary would not be compelled to employ llie resources at her coimnnnd to compel her provocative and insulting httli iiMgli bor lo be calm.
OUR NEGLECTED SENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
OUR NECLECTED SENSES. Our physical education consists in exercising the muscles, aim Professor Ai Peres, a French physiologist, points out. that our senses receive only the training that comes through general education, while taste and smell are. quite neglected. A new gymnastic is needed, with special training of each sense. The acuteness arising from the exercise of a single sense is often seen, and a systematic effort to develop the powers of all will cause pupils to observe, listen, feel, and sniff, instead of passively seeing, hearing, touching, and smelling. The effect of the attention and arrang ing the organs in certain ways is to give impressions, greater intensity, accuracy and servici'ttblcncss. Colonel Genders, of Adelaide, is ex pected to arrive by the express thib morning. His purpose for visiting the Hill is to adjust flie losses incurred by tho fire at South Broken Hill recently. 1 ' . ' ?
AMERICA ON AUSTRALIA. "IMPOSSIBILISTS" TACTICS CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
AMERICA ON AUSTRALIA. A 1 ? ' IMPOSSIBILISTS' TACTICS CRITICISED. (By Wm. E. Bohn, in the American 'International Social st Review') So rapidly are things moving in Aus tralia that it is difficult to remember that a little over a yearago there was on that great continent no real Socialist party. There were groups, or clubs, at Sydney, Broken Hill, and elsewhere, but they worked separately, with no common de claration of principles or plan of organ isation. A little over a year ago repre sentatives of these groups met at Mel bourne, and joined forces under the name of the Soetiiliii Federation of Austra- ' - ,-~- liu. : On the. 13th of Juno last, the Fed eration held its first annual conference, at .Sydney. This date ,will go -down as one of the turning points in the history of Australasian Socialism. Reports from the viuious provinces showed rapid / growth, and the delegates felt justified in laying the foundations of a real nat ional paity. A plan was adopted in ac cordance witli w...
THE WORLD'S PRESS. THE SLEEPING SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
THE WORLD'S PRESS. THE SLEEPING SICKNESS. Fago, as a native town, was no more.- At hardly any point 01 'Ugan- da lias the sleeping sickness nude such .frightful ravages. At least 6000 per sons' had perished in .tho last two years./ ' Almost tho whole population had been- swept away. Scarcely enough remained to form tho deputation who in their while vobea could be discerned at the ,cntr«nco to tho cleared area of tho ^camping ground. And tliis cleared area was of tho utmost impor tauco,, for all around ' tho ponors of ovil wore strong. Tho giovcs which fringed anil overhung the river swarm ed with- tsotsto flies of 'newly replen ished ?venom and' approved malignity, and no man could; outer there except at a risk. — Winston Spouocr Chui chili, in the October. '-'Strand.'
WATERED MILK WILL TURN SOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
WATERED MILK WILL y TURN , ' ' SOUR. ' , ?' Thoao who ontorlain tho idea, that tho addition of water to milk prevent ed it from turning 'sour, had their idol ?nattered by tho Queensland Govorn niont anals'sis, who, in his annual re port, Gays , tho belief' is' ciuito wronir. and without fouridatiqn. Tho addition of- water, particularly of tho dirty creek,- or other water available at most dairies, materially hastens tlio sour ing. Cleanliness in tho milking and in 'tho dairy generally is tho only method available for .' preventing . tho souring of milk. — 'Town and Country Journal.'
MEN'S WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
MEN'S WOMEN. , Of courso ,cvory woman is a man's woman, if she has got tho right one, but thoro nro women who having got tho One, do not seem particularly in torostod in any others. In a fashion, most 'women havo this tendency, they are -.individualistic and markedly per sonal — tho maternal instinct displaying itself- whether tho woman bo actual mother or not. But there a.ic wo men, married and single, who are pre eminently -men's women. They do light' in thoir company,-- find pleasure in their tastes and pursuits, -and with out forfeiting, in tho least their fem inino aloofness, , and icsorvo, yet are prime favorites .with tho men folk for their chumniiness and genial good com radeship. — 'Lady's Woild.'-
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
IN MEMORIAM. BYRNE. — In loving memory of our &nbsp; dear wife and mother, who died at Broken Hill, November 13, 1904. &nbsp; Inserted by her loving husband, E. Byrne, and childicn. Rest In Peace. 318z. SHEEHAN. — In loving memory of MARGARET JANE SHEEHAN, who departed this life on November 13, 1906. Also, MAURICE B. SHEEHAN, who departed this life on October 19, 1902, The dearest ones from us are gone, The voices we loved are still, A place is vacant in our home That none can ever fill. God in his wisdom has recalled &nbsp; The boon His love had given, And though your bodies slumber here, Your souls are safe in heaven. Inserted by their sons and daughters- in-law, T. and E., M. and L., J., and V. Sheehan, sons P. J. M. and L. Sheehan, and son-in-law and daughter, R. J. and W. Rowe. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; z318 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
A BUSHRANGER'S YARN. The Exciting Story of John Vane's life And Adventures. LOVE—ROMANCE—CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 13 November 1908
A BUSHRANGER'S YARN. The Exciting Story of John Vane's life &nbsp; And Adventures. &nbsp; LOVE---ROMANCE---CRIME. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ______ To-morrow a true story of absorbing &nbsp; interest will be begun in the columns of the " Barrier Daily Truth "—the narra- &nbsp; &nbsp; tive of the career of John Vane, bush- ranger. His experiences of country life fifty years ago are very vividly described— as bush boy, gold-seeker, cattle stealer, &nbsp; and a member of a notorious gang of &nbsp; rascals led by Ben Hall, a gang which &nbsp; terrorised the countryside in the early &nbsp; sixties. &nbsp; &nbsp; The name of the author, Charles White, who wrote " Australian Bushranging," " Old Convict Days," and other romances of Young Australia should be a suffic- &nbsp; ient guarantee that " John Vane" will &nbsp; be interesting in every chapter. &nbsp; The s...
THE SPORTING WORLD. TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
THE SPORTING WORLD. ? » ? (by 'Grand Flaneur'.') TUFTS OF TURF. How much longer is prohibition of tho publication of betting quotations on races going to bo tolerated for tho sako of sntisfyiiiR iv lot of unreason able fanatics ? If by any possible stretch of imagination it' could bo oven sug gested that any dimunition in gambl ing had boon brought about by this ridiculous regulations one might perhaps excuse and even approve it, but every boing in tho community who knows any thing about- the matter practically, is well awaro that since tho Gaming Sup pression Act camo into operation, hot ting on horse racing has not diminish ed. Some of tho proprietors of bet ting shops have no doubt been scar ed into abolition, but racecourse hot ting is heavier than ever, and tho numbers of visitors to race moetings havo been greatly increased. Now, tho question to bo caniiidored is — if tho non-publication of tho odds has not decreased betting, what other effect has it had; Tho answer to the las...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
CRICKET. Clem Hill, the champion left-hand batsman of tho world, who made 141 sgainst Victoria, has made 18 cen turies for South Australia, and prior to batting on Monday had not had an innings thio season. D. R. A. Gchra has at last struck his true form. Last year bad luck Roomed to follow him, for ho could never get going, but this year ho has ntartwl off with a Bplendidly-made 70, which was the brightest bit or bat ting in the South Australians' first innings. Others to bat well for South Aus tralia were Claxton and Mayne, with 80 and 51 respectively. All going well with Mayno ho should make his claims felt for a trip to England this year. J. A. O'Connor was South Austra lia's host bowler, with seven for 94 and four for 150. , The Australian Eleven man, V. Rans ford, in compiling his 131 for Vic toria against South Australia, gave no fewer than four chances. All the »a.me, ho pulled Victoria out of a nasty hale. J. Woodford, the new South Aus tralian — ieketkeeper, allowed 28 sun...
JOHN VANE. True Story of Bushranging. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
tJOHN VANE. True Story of Bushranging. Being a true narrativo of his caroei'— illustrative of varied phases of.coun ?... ': try life fifty years ago— in which his experiences as bush boy, gold j!: seeker, cattle stealer, and a member of tho notorious gang of bunh I ' rangers tod by Ben Hall, which terrorised the countryside in tho oarly ? ' ' sixties, aro faithfully depioted . '? ?' ? ? ' ?-. ' .'? ' ' !: ?.?:.'.:?? i V- '???',' ???.?. ' ' (All Rights llcseiTcd by' Bairici Diilj 'Jiulh ') .-..; ,.' .. . Chapter I, . ?:?';-'???': -; EARtV: ^VEAIIS. ' \ ; ?'?'At the- earnest; solicitation of many of-.- the' old'' friends nmbngst whom I have' been jioaoefully residing for sev eral years, I have (somewhat reluctant ly, 1 must' confess), consenteit to give a 'clear, unvarnished narrative' of my experiences during the years when I was 'on the road' helping to make that dark page of Australian history on the top of which is written ??The Bush ranging Era.' And at the 'cry com mencement, I ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
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NEW FEDERAL MINISTRY. Sworn In By Governor-General. PARLIAMENT MEETS TUESDAY. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
NEW FEDERAL INISTRY. Sworn In By Governor-General. PARllAHENT' MEETS TUESDAY. L' Truth's .' Special SerTice.] MELBOURNE, Friday Night . Thp new Labor Ministry (the name* _of whom appeared in ypsteulay'3 'Barrier Daily Truth'') were sworn in. by Liiid Dudley to-day. Afterwaids tho vaiious Ministers loci, ilmrgc of their Departments. The Cabinet met for the iiiht tinio thi« iftcrnoon, when a lot of preliminary mat ters were discussed,' after which Mr. Fish er said that -when the House nn'Pls on L'licsdav. ? the Ministry will ask for mi adjournment till Wednebdav. Xov.-.nbir . 2oth. A Minisleiial slatcincnt will be. maiIp. The l'riniP Minister stated that, Mt. Ilutchieon will represent (he Minister for Defence in the IIousp, of Representatives, (hould defence be dealt with. Mr. Wm. Ilughes. who is wcll-infounel on the subject, will lend assistance to Mr. Hutchison.
RUNAWAY SOLICITOR CAPTURED. PERTH, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Barrier Daily Truth — 14 November 1908
RUNAWAY SOLICITOR CAPTURED. [''Truth's' Special Service.] ' - PERTH. -1'iiaav Xicht. Tho solicitor, named Fiank Batcmau, who was rpmandnl on a charge of ut tering a cheque (as lepoiti'd in 'Bur- lipr Daily Truth''), and wlio ? was re leased on bail, failed to appeal at the Police Couit this morning. Accused was been at an eally hour this moiiiing at -the Perth l airway hta tioir. * - Tlip deteetivps latrr o;i-ni rested him at a i ail way station some miles fiom Perth.