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RAMBLERS v BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

RAMBLERS v BURRANGONG., ttlnmmurs defeated, liurrungong on the cricket ground by 3 wickets aiul. BURUANGONG. . f;4> 75 runs. Scores:- ' J. 'Ryan, b IColless .. . ; M'tfe ?K. <Commiris, e Riddle b Colless .'B. -Reynolds, l.b.w.. b Colless .. ft.i IB. Costigan, b Kenna 2£L« . JIS. Kennedy, st 'MoColl b Oiuchan atV ;IitiWiner, c Sp'avk'b Kenna?-*. .-"'.iibv.? >W. Ja'sprizza,- b Kenna .. ,, ntfs& W. 'Douglass l.b.w. b Colless .. «7 c. \L. Woodburu, not out ,. < ; <A. U Jones, b ICfolless . '.i* O. IT. Jones, run out .. .. .. .. ^ ISuiulrics .. ...... .. }.&7v Total ' 310. ?Bowling: W. Smith. 0/0: Kenna, ! 'Colless 9/23; iBuchan . . -Spark .0/7; Morris 0/10. RAMBU1DRS J. 'Riddell, b Jasprizza .. ;,i' 71" . W. Morris, b Jones .. . . .3 A. C. Bucban, b Jones .. .'8:. 'X. Broderick, not out .. <7.1 W. Smith, st Woodburn b Jas- . prizza . ..".'..v 0- ' E. M. Spark, b Lindner .. 1 D. McColl, st Woodbitrn b Ikindnor 1 - Colless,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BULLA CREEK v WAMBANUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

BULLA C«EEK v WAMBANUMBA!. "Bulla Crock and Wnmbanumba " played a draw at Bulla Creek yoster-" > day. Scores: BU'LLA ClRKE'K. ' .V ' K. Powderley, retired ........ ID1!) . . II.:. 'Powderley, retired .. .'.w-KK? ? . (\ Admrcli, not out .. v28-^. X. Powderley, not out .. .. .. C54.j x. Sundries ,(. ; a»| . Two wickets Tor .. .. . -i . ,^287-/" - AVAMIBAiNUMOA. .< H. Ponges, c Achurch b Powderley-1 2. lit. Mali, b*.Achurch .. ,, .. . S. Tout, b.B. Powderley ,T. Hall, v. E. Powderley b J. Joyce - j. W'Iddv, st. -N. Powderley ."I< .IT. Pane, 1) J:. Joyfce. n£T It. Fnrrington, not out .. T. tllall.'not .out . Sundries ; *2G2^-; .Six wlctiets for .... v. 1119 '.:.v

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAMILY'S RECORD. AVERAGE AGE OF 87. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

FAMILY'S RECORD. AVERAGE AGE OF 87. Which British family can boast tnc greatest longevity? Several claims , have been made* but Mr. George I Shipton, of Hatton, Derby, pives re cord figures which show that .in his wife's fnmily the average is' 87.5. . The family 11111110 is Wood and all the children were boru in the par ish of Hatton, Derbyshire. Tliero wore 5 sons and !) dauprhters, nil oi. whom married, with the exception of one. Their record is as follows: John died need' 07,! Thomas died lifted 8?, Mary died nRcd 00, Samuel died ajted 83, Ellen died need 84, Ru ben (lied nsed 77,.Ann (still living;) a<jed 95; James (still living) acred S7. This makes a total of 701 years The two living members of the fam ily are active and hearty.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. Competition Matches. TIPPERARY v BENDICK MURRELL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

CRICKET. Competition Matches. : TIPPERARY v BENDICK MURRELL Tlpiimry defeated tliemlick Mur rcll on the ilrot. Innings by 2 wickets and 41 runs. Scopes: mvincK {WJUfUSUL. L. GiJI. run out . . v. "4 C. Williams, h Wilson ...... W> L. Howa.'t, u ill. Jones b Wilson .. lil M. "Crowe, run out .. .. 10 A. Hunter, nor out .......... 25 N. Grant, h 'Wagunbnh '0 W. Hnrcumbe, e Jones b Stovons 19 W. Hunter, b Stevens 2 D. Hunter, e TJarnes b Stovons 0 ft. Hunter, c Jlanlon b Slovens 0 Sundries .. .. .. «. ,«.< C Total OS Howling: 'It. Barnes, 0/32; G. Ste vens, I/it,; >11. Wilson, 3/17; W. Wagr cnbnli, l.U'o; J. Hanlon, 0/". TU>PEttAHY. Wl "Whpenbab c Hunter b Williams 39 ft. ftlcizl<*r, o ictowo b 'Williams 4 L. Hammond, c Grant b iHareombo -0 U. Wilson. I> Harconibe ...... 17 G. Siewns, c anil b Crowe .. 23; L. Hanlon, e Hnrcombo b Rowan IS ft. Bnrne:;. not out .. .» .. 20 I). Kelly, h Crowe .. 3 H. Jones, !> Crowe .. .. .. .. . 6 V. JOUCK. not out ..»»...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCE UNYIELDING. Reparations and Debts. CANNOT BE SEPARATED. (Australian-Press Association Cable) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

FRANCE tfNYIEtP ? r ' : KSfe." Reparations arid'Debts. CANNOT BE SEPARATED. (Australian-Press'Association table) NEW YORK; Nov; 4.-The -Unitoa Press Washington correspondent sta tes that a lenjrthy notfe from M. Poincarc has arrived at 'the' French Embassy' "replyinc to Secretary' Hughes' objection to the restrictions and scope of the experts committee. It is understood that the note re jects the provision that the subjcct of allied debts to the United States must not be discussed. The French hold that reparations anddebts cannot be separated.. France is also said to bar discussion on the evacuation of the Ruhr. The Note cenerally is regarded a& conralliatory, but it insists upon the deliminntion of the scope of the ec onomic conference. The State Department, immedia tely | upon delivery of the message, will take up the Question of whether the French attitude makes the Con ference impossible. Considerable un certainty exists in official circles con cerniii" the outcome of th...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAID "GOOD MORNING." THEN SHOT HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

SAID "GOOD MORNING." THEN SHOT HIMSELF. ' SYDNEY, This Day.-Alfred Tay lor, 70, entered liis business .premises ! in Darlington this morning, and salt! KOOII morning to tlm charwoman. Ho tlien went into the oillco and sliot himself dead. , < " '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL QUIET IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

ALL QUIET' IN SYDNEY. SYD'NEY, This Dad.-Air is quiet with the Sydney police and no ? quest has yet boen received lor as sistant:* in uny shape or form.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THREE KILLED. Dreadful Motor Smash. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

THREE KILLED. Dreadful Motor'Smash. . CAMl'XS (Q.) This Day-A motor imrv ovcrlurcd on tho nuiln voail uonr. Oorilon Valo. itussoll 'Wllldlis (J3), UiiJialil ltoss (1-1) uiul Patrick O'Sul. 11 vim (oS) wore, killed,

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILD SCENES IN MELBOURNE. NIGHT OF GREAT DISORDER. HOOLIGANS TAKE CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

WILD SCENES /MELBOURNE. NIGHT OF GREAT DISORDER. IHOOlLlGAiXS TA'ICU ?COXTHOL. A crowd of 100,000 people paraded the streets u» Sunday alicrnoon, and at night patrols Mom the Australian Light -Horse reserves were 011 duty in (lie city streets., I Two people were killed and the other casualties, amount to 100. \ .Rioting was prevalent in the busy shopping centres of the more popu lous suburbs. Melbourne streets 011 Saturday night after tlie hotels had closed pre sented a scene almost indescribable for wanton excesses and rioting, cer tainly without precedent ill any Aus tralian city. It was a night of terror. Pile to the police strike and' the consequent withdrawal of almost all constables from duty, the mob took charge 01' the city proper, with the result that several citizens have bean killed. The damage to, premises is esti mated at £100,000, three hundred yards of shop windows have been smashed, and this alone is valued at £30,000. The total loss is, of course, much higher, for i...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ZEV'S WINNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

ZEV'S WINNINGS. NEW YORK, Saturday.-Zev, the conqueror of Papyrus, has already won 2G5.073 dollars in purses this war. I£ he wins the Latomu Handi cap on Saturday his winnings will top the 300,000 dollar mark.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILITARY IN CHARGE. Lawlessness in Melbourne.—Police Still on Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

J-.*--* ^ »-?* . *? «. r miyAR|- :i]| jCHARGE. " . .Lawlessness in Melbourne-Police Still ? on Strike. - ?. V," MELBOURNE, ,This Day.-Melbourne is under the protection of the military. Last night garrison artillery and en gineers, armed with rifles ana bayonets, and each carrying 200 rounds of ammu nition, marched into the city from Queens cliff. A large store of ammunition has been transferred from Williamstown to the outskirts of the city. Blanks and public buildings are being guarded uight and day by pick ets' of soldiers and armed Miiflcrs. The General l'oat Office is guarded by soldiers with fixed bayonets. Machine guns are held in readiness at Victoria Barracks. Sir John Monash and DHgad!cr*t>onural Elliott are in charge of n large citizen force. organised by the .State Cabinet In conjunction with the Federal :iuihorltfes. An appeal has been issued for light horsemen. The Government has decided thut It is impossible, in the interests of the public welfare, to reinstate any ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE FINANCES. LOANS FALLING DUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

STATE FINANCES. LOANS FALLING DUE. SYDNEY, This 'Day -New South 'Wales has loans Calling due in Syd ney and:London during the next ten years amounting to a hundred and half millions. These must bo re deemed or renewed, and in addition, the State must raiso whatever loan funds which may be required during that, period for developmental wori' viz., about ten to twelve millions an nually.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

PERSONAL Dr. Radfortl, Bishop of Goulburn, will visit Younj; this week-end., Mr. P. V. I-ou(?hliil, M.UA: visited Young on Saturday and spent a busy day amunfjst' his constituents. Mr. T.o'uchlin left again by the<evcmnu' train for Goulburn where he remain ed 'until this niorniiifr, when he re turned'to Si'dney. _ ' Mr. T.~ C. Perry, of Younir. win, has hnen an inmate, o'f tpc District | Hospital for- some weeks 'sunennc n | hat! attack' of pneumonia,' was sumc iently : recovered to'be" able to leave the Institution on Saturday. Mr. | p.;rry speaks highly of the kindness : bcjitowed upon him by the nurses | while in the hospital.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUTH DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

YOUTH DROWNED. I SYDNEY,: This Day.^Lcslic Mc Coy, a youth, was drowned in the Nejicnn river, yesterday. )

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHING FATALITIES. YOUNG WOMAN LOSES LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

BATHING FATALITIES. . YOUNG WOMAN LOSES LIFE. SYDNEY,'This Day.-Whilst bath iriK at Sans Soud yesterday Jean Forftnclti; aged 25, was drowned.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS. The Gartrell Shield. BUSY SEASON AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

. BOWLS. The Gartijell Shield. BUSY SEASON AHEAD. The bowls-season locally promises to he more interesting this season. In the "A" Pennant leadership in which qualifies holders to compete for the Gartvell .Shield; Young meets V-Grdirfell -'at5* Grenf£U~on-12th Decem ber, and again at Young on 30th January. In the "B" Pennant (Lindeman Cup) Young meets Grcnfell at Gren fell on February 6th or 13th, and at Young on March 2fith. Tho Grehfell, Forbes, Parkes and Youno* Clubs have been put in the "B" section of the- Western District Bowling Association. Mr. J. Stew art and Mr.'J. McLennan were the del#"?ates from Young at tho Assoc iation meeting held at Forbes.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHERRY SEASON. BIG YIELDS ANTICIPATED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

THE CHERRY SEASON. BIG YIELDS ANTICIPATED. A'number of men are camped in the vicinity of the Showground and elsewhere on the outskirts of the town,waiting for the commencement of the cherry picking season, which is expected to begin within the next I week. Some o£ the men, who are annual visitors to the district in the fruit-picking season, have already se' cured engagements. Inquiries made by a "Daily Witness" representative during: the past few days tend to show that excellent yields are an ticipated in all parts of the district, not only as regards cherries, but of' the many other varieties of fruit for the crowing of which this locality is so eminently suited.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.; i A party of farmers loft Young this nioriug on their annual visit to the t'owra Kxptriment Farm. After being struck Hind by light. »ing at Xeiia, near Cowra, Charlie Lawrence, a shearer's conk, has h,. j his Mj'ht restored. At Bnialong, Lovelock, a s!ieiivf«r was thravn from a horse f and killed. . ' The wife of Mr*. Alfred Foil, man ager of Brownlea Station, Rockh-y, died from ptomaine poisoning. ag<*«» .H5'. Four .-tahied plass clerestory wia- , dows are to ])£» Dialed In St. Sav- i jour's Cathedral. G^ullurn, in :v.etn ory of Arehdeai'C . I'nalK'tt. Mips Hose Gille^'o <2\ ) »>f ' was drowned while batjv'iv* lit «K» ' Hat-won river. « At Orange a truck - containing sheep crashed into an engine and i1' : were killed. . Applications arc invited.in to-day's issue from persons desir.ous of a<t itiKr us wheat elevator agents at coun try plants. The traffic congestion at Bondi Beach on Sundays and holidays i* causing anxiety ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. MICHAEL CASEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

MRS. MICHAEL CASEY. Mrs. Casey, wife of Mr. Michael Casey, of Surrey Hills, Sydney, pass ed away at the, residence of her sis* ter (Mrs. Keogh, Grenfell-road, Young), on Friday night after a lengthy illness, the immediate cause of death being an internal com plaint. The "deceased lady came from Sydney some time back to re side with her sister at Young* in the hope that the change would prove beneficial, her medical^adviser being also of opinion that a sojourn in a dry'climate would accomplish a big improvement and most probably bring about u complete restoration of health and vigor. The dread malady, however, had already made a deep inroad on the patient's con stitution, and, despite the best of medical skill and loving attention and nursing by her sister, the patient gradually became worse and death supervened,- as already stated, on Friday. The late Mrs. Ca'sey, prior to her marriage, was a Miss Esther Fitzgerald and was a native of Queanbeyan. She was married at Young J8 years ag...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. GOOD SHOOTING BY CLUB MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

RIFLE SHOOTING. GOOD SHOOTING BY CLUB MEMBE.RS. Competition at 500 yards took place fit the range on Sunday morning, and although a had wind w/ia blowing | some good shooting eventuated. Iu*. the first sweep J. Rintoul got a pos sible and shooting 011, registered 11 bulls before getting an inner. In tho second sweep Capt, McVeigh also got a possible, and kept in the bull on 12 occasions before getting an in ner. On Sunday next competition at 600 yards will take placo. Rc« suits: J. Rintoul 44559554 C1 40 l\V. IPigrame 5353JM43 11 40 tu iBurgess .. .. .. 455544o!5 2 39 IW. Sutton .. .. .. 64555554-; 1 .39 II, Ronnie, .. .. .. W542535, 2 -24 T. McVeigh .. .. .. 43533004;.'3 25 iPirst swoep:* J. Rintoul, 40/<3/40» 1; W. Pigrame. 34/9/40, 2. f S'ecorid sweep: T. McVeigh, 40/3/40, 1; ,W. J Sutton, 3S/2/40, 2.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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