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OBITUARY. THE LATE MR. JAMES HOPWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

OBITUARY. I THE LATE MR. JAMES HOP WOOD The funeral of the late Mr. Jan , Ilopwood (which had been original-1 ly lived f«r Sunday) took place on .Saturday afternoon and was very lamely .attended, particularly in view el' the ?short notice of the altered ar rangements'. 'Mahy Ufe-loii(T friends 'of the decease;! were present tt> pay a last 'tribute of respect, sonie_ ot whuhi travelled lone distances in or der to attend. " The meittUcnyrt the Grand United Order .of, OddfelloW* marched In, the profession,.the «le tensed havintrbeen an old and hlsnl.\ esteemed member of that Order, *ii« irtgrmunt took- plitc-e -ih tpo cpurcli ? of Knirlnnd Section of the eemuUnw, the Ui'V. A . Cutts rdfcdiiiK, the lira vera" ill the graveside. inc. Oddfellows; fun.e.rul Hcrvicci \yu*.reud liy District Sectary, > Bro- JfiAml Hill. A>li|rpt;;;«V)n'l!fi; ;V WW'!1 >"? Chutes were'isjint--by'.friends.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIRLS ESCAPE PROW REFORMATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

GIRI.S ESCAPE PROW R&FORMATORY. Tvrocu'lE, about 17 ycarspfape, escaped.-fitful.', the PnlTiimntta <Uirl8 'Ketormatoiy .yesterday. ......

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON SON'S GRAVE. MOTHER AND. FATHER DIE TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

SON'S GRAVE. MOTHER AND. FATHER DIE TOGETHER. l'AKIS, Nov. 25.-Baron arid Bar oness Nemoittquy blew out their brains together. oh the crave of then only son who was killed in the war in *VJ18.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNEMPLOYMENT IN ENGLAND. SUNDAY AFTERNOON MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

UNEMPLOYMENT IN ENGLAND. SUNDAY AFTERNOON . MEETING. LONDON, Nov. 25.-(Router) An unemployed demonstration w.n held in Trafalgar Square, this after noon, the speakers including severa. London Mayors, and Labor i:ai:dw ates« who condemned the' Conserva tive and Liberal Parties, capitalist system. The meeting . unaiuii'ious.y passed a .resolution denouncing the Governments programme of winter work as wholly inadequate and bela ted. and declaring that useful em ployment should be provided at i ra tios Uriiori rates* pending which run maintenance should be conceded.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO HELP RURAL INDUSTRIES AN A.L.P. INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

TO HELP RURAL INDUSTRIES AN A, U P. INVESTIGATION. A committee appointed by the A. I . P. PurliiinienfRry . and. executive conference to'.. iiifiUire. ipto .the best iiH'aiiH of helpinir the rural indus tries. Win in 11 progress report pro posed' (1) thfe elimination of the mid dleman; (2) the puttifiK !» .more up to dii^nlethods pf-.nWK.etji 'ir.a.pioduoc;-^..tHe J estji IW en$ citiH'saarch bureails,; ( l) thq'PioviHy inn Of State ihiplcmohtfactories.. fpi. the manufacture of cheaper niuclun* ery; (5),;wnter conservation andtir riKntioii to be' placed .u!i eoinprchen sivo batis: mid (0) the provision . ot cheaper linht iind power and the en-j eiiuniKement of secondary Industrie.. A scheme' tur 'tlie' beautHlcatlou o£ Coogeo 1ih» buuu commenced by iviiuu* wluk Council. . '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS Of SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

ITEMS Of SPORT. Norman PeacH, the N.S.W. captain, who linil won IHh wily Into tile scinl fllials, round tierald 'Patterson much lun flood In Melbourne on Saturday, .vlioii tlio championships ot tjie Vic torlnn Lawn Tennis Association wore cominuoil. I'atteibou won 11/3 6/1 S/ii. Hi the otlier seml-flnnl H. b. ScliloBln«er, utter winning tlic first ?int. lout to 1'. OlHara Wood .by 6/4, l/i! 4/6 1/6. "Hlciv" Charlton continues to ro rince his times, and Oil ,Saturday, at, Maniv, covered tbe 'Jt!0 yards In t«£ tun. time of -'mill. Msec., clearly do n'emUvathiK thnt lie is rapidly B'UtJ hie Ills last season form. !. runic t'arbcrry aRUln registered tlie best I Hju yards performance, comiiletlng I Ix? diwtann.' at ttio Dotnaln llatlis ill till' KOod till"' of Msec. flat. Wtiwna (a Rramlson or t.'arblno) won tlio Warwick Himrtteuii on Sntwr (l.iy, anil Italic Sliot (a RrnnildiiUKblpr ot Carbine) won tbe Klylng Wellev. Carbine lilooil was uIho well to the foro In til') lUvcrpool Handicap,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. VISIT OF THE MODERATORGENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. VISIT OF THE MODERATOR GENERAL. The Right Rev. John Malhe'w, M.A. r D., Moderator-General of the Pres byterian Church of Australia, arriv ed at Younpr oh Friday, and yesterday preached at both the' morning and evening services al; the local Pres byterian Church to large congrega tions at both services. In the af ternoon the Moderator-Genera! visi ted the Mnimuru Soldiers Settlement where a service at which' the' dis tinguished Churchman also preached an appropriate and uplifting sermon. He is a most eloquent and convincing:., preacher, ami for many years prior j to his election to his present exalted : office, the right rev. gentleman was i one of the best known and most pop- ; ular ministers of the 'Presbyterian Church in the Commonwealth. ' , . To-night, the distinguished visitor, ' who is accbmilaniecl by Mrs. Mathew, will be entertained at a social Cath erine: at St. John's Hall, to which the ' public of the town and district are I cordially .invited . _ " ....

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MYSTERIOUS CATTLE DISEASE. SERIOUS POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

MYSTERIOUS CATTLE ' DISEASE.; SERIOUSTOSITION. . According' to the Chiof Inspector of .Stock, there is little doubt that the mysterious cjltjtle 'disease irt west AU'stifalia' is ^Rinderpest. It??started witWfa'touH "ami a cmiplc of Mcifere. Tljo !|)o5ilion.-i8 rcrfffcuod as very

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fruit Marketing. Growers and Distributors Association. EXCELLENT RETURNS FOR LOCAL CONSIGNMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

i Fruit Marketing. Growers and Distributors Association. EXCELLENT RETURNS FOR LOCAL CONSIGNMENTS. i Within the past few days the Com monwealth Co-operative Growers and Distributors Association com menced operations on the Sydney | fruit market. Most of the local i shareholders are now consifinine ' their fruit to the Association, which ! hy the way, returns advices of sales . by the mail each day. Several j inoininent fruitgrowers in this dis ? trict have expressed their app-.s I nation of the prices obtained anu iilso ,pf the promptitude in which i the icsults of the sales have conic j co l.nnd. | It is of pai-amount importance to ! the fruitgrower that he should have '! an interest in the selling organisa i tion lo which he consiirns his fruit. I), the past a great deal of dissat isfaction has been experienc-J Re ally oil account of the poor returns obtained for the excellent fruit which lias gone forward from this district. A's a matter of fact, growers have been very dissatisfi...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P.P. Board Finances. Satisfactory Position Revealed. RATES OH SHEEP REDUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

Boatd Finances. Satisfactory Position ^Revealed. RATES OH SHEEP REDUCED. At the V. P. Board meeting on! Saturday the secretary (Mr. C. M. Western) submitted a statement for the Board's consideration showing the estimated revenue and expendi ture for 1924. He also submitted a statement showing the Board's fi nancial position to date, which was considered very satisfactory. In estimating the number of stock in the Young district for the year end ing .December .'list, 102a, the ?sec retary took practically the same fig ures as lust year; as, owing to the season being Rood, and with gras. ill abundance, there was every rea son to believe that the large carry ing capacity of the Young district would be fully maintained. There was a greater possibility of an in crease, rather than any-decrease in Ifist year's figures. Knowing that it was the policy of the Directors to study the interests of the ratepay ers in all matters, and taking into I consideration the very satisfactory [ financial p...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

PERSONAL. 'Mr. Olivor Wule.s, junior, of Mnr eiso. roacl, Younjc*-linilorweht a «uc-» L'f?»sful ."operation" fur uppendicitis on Saturday.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPPORT FOR CONCESSIONS PROGRESSIVES AND THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

SUPPOftT FOR COjyCESSION^ iPROGrtESSIVEsTa'ND' THE GOV I ERNMENT.,;.'. . I I On certain conditions tho Ciovcrn Vrivnt will have tho Support'. of tho J'loprcssivcs for 'the I't'lTlUliKler of t'nt Session. Theau taclu'de.pnwf H,h 'Government's sincerity ui.'pron; )«.» rec.irdiilK the V(ilutl--G«iiornl ^ JVoarlineiit.* - Decentnilniationi-nml railways.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. WAMBANUMBA v RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

CRICKET. W.AMBANUMBA v RAMBLERS. Tln> pimtpnneil eompoUtiou match | Wambannmba v Uumblers, Was p uy-j <hI »« thu former's wlckwt yeslorcluy. i and reunited in :m «msy win for Warn l.annrtibaby 11* runs. Wnttibg flnrt Wambnnumba knoekuil up 10J Hall 6-\ ParritiRfou 56). to wnlisn tno Uaml)li;r8 ruplh'il with 51-at on ft stago th«'H(!oru b<»intf 6 wlekoiH for i; nitiH. Huiicr illtl wull with ttio ball, taking 0 i*»r 9. tfrnros: . AVAM UANIWIIA. * J. J la!!. )>. Morris .. .. M; M Pjiui. h ~ J, V\'Ji7<ly, at .MH'oll b .Morris JO \V. Hattor. I) Itillili*!) il It. Karrington. v Spark h Ttrorteriek Mi T. Hal!, b Spark t4. 'Hall, 1> Konnn 13 K. .:uoimlnK, l» -Morris 0 U. Hail. b Kenna 2 ('. HoliKi'M, c ftfial'k I) Kunuu .... <1 (». (Jiroivii, not out 0 Sundries -i Total lff:i Howling: folios. u/20: Kunna, 4/W Morris lim-han, D/mS: Hroilorb:k \/TA: Wchk'il !/!»; Spark 1/0. K.VM'l' LWRS, W. .UorriH, v J. Hull h '2 K. Hoban. llivv h r'arrlng...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPPERAKY v WOMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

TIPPERAKY v WOMBAT. Tlppprnry AVombat. al Wombat, yestt*r.'lii> by 17 runs. Fob towing are tJir sr.nvs: WIMIDAT. W. WaKcnbah. not <nu H7» ft. Wlnbanfc, v MjiIoiu'v b 'Lister 11. OhMnlt), b i'nblwHl *.'» ft. '.Molloy, b It. .low».« .1. Wji^cnhiih. <. MW/U-r b liogurH 7 V. Williams, c <1 liinloii b Steven* 'I U. WMaon, c .folios h Roberts .. to W- Hufj*»y, b Joins 0 \V. Why brow, <. M;t !»>»<.>. b Roborls Winbarik. v OMwvlI b'Roberts I) .M. Molt, M»lon«\v 0 Snmlrles <> Tolnl .. 134 T?iimm;RARV. W. Malonoy, b .M»)loy 1 K. Rotors, bit wU Uvl 2» fl. Roberts, b i.Molloy 1 Sipvoiih, b .Molloy 'I 1.. Ilaulon. b WinbnnU f»3 l>. v .Moilo.v b 'Wlnbauk .. ii 1t. Jones. !i '.Molloy 0 R. Wooilhririge. run out 18 R. ibis tor. h (Molloy 11 J. I'iihUvdU. b Winbank 0 R. jMffzier, not out 30 SmulrioH 4 Tutiii .... xnt

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURRANGONG v BULLA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

.BURRANGONG v BULLA CREEK. ! ilofHutei] linihi 'C'reesi on Young ttiiekut (Uouud yesterday ! |>y :{t5 rmifi. Scorns: , ? IJUIJLA (Mt;10liK. ; 'H. Bryant. 1) .Jones .. K. PowUerlpy. h Jonos X. Powderloy. b Jasprizza .. ., 20 - Eager, b Sbarrock .. ! J. Joyce, c .Tones b .Jasprixza .» J. JJanscy. b .. .. .. .. K. Powtlerloy. b Jasquiz/.a .. .. M. ..FoS/ce. b (.'ostigaii 4. Murotiuy, v. .krueH b A. Jones J*. Joyce, b iviiarrock 4. Meccltam. not out .. .. .. .. Sundries ! Tola] 80'! iHowlilig: rostlj»an, l/ili:5; Jonek I 0; Shannt?H. 2/13; Jusprizzn 4-./14; I Cominfns, 0/1. I 'M MKMA OT O^VCJ. ? J. Uyaji, b ,t. Joyce 18 I K. Oomwins. e Meodinni b .1. Joyce 7 )i. {!osliRjm. b M. Joyce 11 tt. Reynolds, L» N. l'owderley b Joyrp f L .Whoitliuvu. c Maroney h Joyce 2b W. Sharroi-U, b Doasey 3u A. Uoiigs, li Uoascy 1 \V Ja.sprizxa. not out 11 A. 'Metcalfe, b Bryant . U O. Jonea, (? Maroney b Uuasey . . R - - Hc'lnrlrb. b Deasey 0 Sundries . U .'Votal 31.'! fowling: 12. I'owderley, 0/7, !M. ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MAYOR'S IMPRESSIONS. EXTRAVAGANCE ORGY IN AMERICA. "CARS TURNED OUT LIKE SAUSAGES." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

A MAYOR'S IMPRESSIONS. EXTRAVAGANCE ORGY IN AMERICA. »CA1!S' TURNED OUT UKB SAUSAGES." The Mayor of AVoollahra (Alii. W: F Foster) who has returned from a trio to Canada and America, statert Friday that nine-tenths 01 tltu Canadian people regarded their "hso lute independence as inentablu- Hj! tlioutrht that I'.ntfland should more importance to Australia A""'' to Canada, as loyalty to the kiilltl' was l'nv, milre marked in. Australia than ill Canada.' , . . There was. lie wujl," an.orjtyof ex- j trnvii"anee in Amerieii. wii0.ro. u.neK fcyprs made £20 a week, and waiteis j through tips, earned il,r>. !'>><' riirii were turned out at the rate j of one in, twenty seconds. i rame out like sausatres oiMt sKou <>'. and the sitrht made him (tidilv. . J'-' simply stood and blinked. ? f

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR IN N.Z. SENDS WISHES TO BRITISH LABOR LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

LABOR 'W! N.Z. SENDS WISHES TO;BRlTISH LABOR LEADER. ' The New Zunllind Ulbnr PilVty has tabled to Mr:-Arthur Eriirian^; HE covdml wishes ?$((:i L#l> nm- 'in tlu' T3riti!ili; elections.1 «<Wnl|,. ilu- Dominion . at the expense of-the llomeliinu.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CABLES. STEAMER GUTTED. MANY LIVES LOST. STOWAWAYS PEKISH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

TO-DAY'S CABLES. STfiAMER GUTTED. MANY LIVES LOST. . StOWAWAYS PEKISH. PARIS. Nov. 24,-A temlic'ex plosion sent the* people <>f Marseilles running: into tlie streets nt one o'clock this morning. A red in the nky drew crowds to the wharves, where the spectacle oj « ship on firo met their startled gaze. The steamer Ottenbuvn, which wau lying at the outer breakwater, ready l'or ^(iiuirturc at daylight, was ablaze and dense volumes of smoke and ton gues of flaniu ascended skyward. Three explosions occurred in quick .succession and wireless calls for help speedily gathered a fleet of lire flouts and motor launches to the vi cinity. The explosion resulted in more than 20 persons being killed. A second tragedy was narrow! avoided. The firefighters were jusl ready to bomb and sink the vessel, when a motor launch reported that .members of the crew were clinging to the anchor chains and were perill ed on the, bow*. As the firefighters could not ap proach any nearer they shouted ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOGS IN ENGLAND. TRAINS AND STEAMERS DELAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

I FOGS IN ENGLAND. TRAINS AND STEAMERS DELAYED. LONDON.' Nov. 2a.-The (-router Wirt »f England is enveloped in foR. Week-end temperatures everywhere v/oi-e ''flow freezing point. Trains and chnnne (steamers were delayed. Manr Scottish roads are ice-bound mid impassable.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. BALDWIN'S SON. HELPING LABOR CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 23 November 1923

MR. BALDWIN'S SON. HELPING LABOR CAUSE. LONDON. Nov. 25.-Mr. Stanley Baldwin's hoh> 01 iVOL', is speakinE in suptifiYt of Ijiibov candidates in sev eral constituencies.

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