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TUBBUL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

TUBBUL. (From our Correspondent). Tlie weather was very had 'luring tliu week-end. lialn commenced to (all iluring a thunderstorm 011 Sun day at about 6.30 i>.m.. and continued throughout tlio night, about 130 points being registered. It is to be hoped that tile rain will bold off to allow (lie 'Harvesting 10 be proceeded with. Hay cutting began prior to the last < At tile Tnbbul school. William Han I! nigau. iRobert Casey, and Irene Mo-. ' Glvnn, sat (or the usual examination. : Tlie Itey. and Mrs. W. Beck consti | tuteil tlifi presiding committee.' A concert was-held-at- the-school i 011 Frida'v, "November-2, the scholars, I assisted by "Mr. A. W. 'firitton .(teach er), Tendering an admirable pro gramme. There was a good attend I ance of parents and. their friends. 1 The proceeds of the concert, and the articles sold by the children, amount 1 ed to £3, which sun', was . raised In aid of a charitable Institution.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. ISABELLA P. PERKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

MRS. ISABELLA P. PERKS. .After having been In Indifferent health fur several niontliH, .Mrs. Isa bella fY/se/IIa Perks, relict <»f the late William Forks, of Marengo-street,! Young, passed away in the UJurran Kong District hospital, Young, about j j 4.30 yesterday afternoon. Blie had | only been an inmate of the instltu tion for n short period. The deceas ed, who WHS widely known and re spected, was only 43 years of age. She was a daughter of the late Thus. Kdgertoij, of Rye 'Park, and came to Youn^ to reside many years ago. A family of seven survive, viz., William, Leslie, Maud, Thomas, John, George and MIy, the youngest being eight years of ago. lEIghl of her brothers anil three sisters are living. The funeral took place this afternoon to the lM<Mhodist section of the 'Young cemetery, 'Rev. W. (\ Vullerton olll slating at the grave. Much sympa thy has been expressed for the be reaved family who. In the short peri od of four years, have lost both father and mo...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
5200 CANDIDATES. INTERMEDIATE EXAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

5200 CANDIDATES. INTERMEDIATE EXAMS. riYONKY, This linv.-For tho Inter wiMliiitn o\amln:itlon, which commen ced vcsterday, S'-'OO candidates are sitting at 11 i ccntrea.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEFENCE COSTS. LIKELY TO BE HEAVIER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

DEFENCE COSTS. LIKELY TO BE HEAVIER. -N'MWlCiASTiUi, This Day.-Ml'. :Cliarlt<in. iLabor leader, speaking 'at Newcastle, said there are indications that the country is likely to be sa died with heavy additional coat for defence. ?

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUCCESSFUL STOCK BREEDING. EXPERIMENTAL FARM ACHIEVE MENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

SUCCESSFUL -STOCK BREEDING. EXPERIMENTAL FARM ACHIEVE MENTS. In the course of an address to visiting farmers from Young and Kingsvale to the Cowra Experiment Farm yesterday, Mr. Kelly, the man ager, touched upon many interesting subjects connected with primary pro duction, including the success atten ding the various phases of work on the Cowra Experimental Farm, in cluding the raising of fat lambs. He remarked incidentally that lambs from the Farm had topped the mar ket at Homebush on Thursday last, which, he considered, showed that in that particular department of pro duction they were working on the right lines. . Great success had also attended tlie pig breeding experiments, which, as in the case of the cattle sections on the farm, were controlled by the N.S.W. Herd Master, who on his recent visit had said that thevCowra Farm possessed the best pig owned by the Department of Agriculture, which the visitors had inspected that morning. The pig is an improved breed of Berkshire boa...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COST OF LIVING. MEAT ONLY COMMODITY CHEAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

COST OF LIVING. MEAT ONLY COMMODITY CHEAPER. KYU.N'ISV, This iDay.-The State Slaistician announces a general in crease of 5 per cent, in prices or most foods* (luring September last. The only commodity that is cheaper than September, 1822, was meat.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG TO COWRA. The Experimental Farm. AN INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

YOUNG TO COWRA. The Experimental Farm. AN INTERESTING AND IN STRUCTIVE VISIT. Although the incessant ram which fell throughout Sunday night;and' yesterday morning till after 0 a.m. seriously interfered, with the success -in the numerical sense-of the sec ond annual visit of Young and dis trict farmers to the Cowra Experi ment Farm, those who attended spent a most interesting and all round enjoyable outing. Mr. G. S. Whiteman whilst naturally disap pointed that the anticipated attend ance of 50'<odd.did:'.notjaaterialisa. by reason-of the inclemency of tho weather, was not deserted by his unwonted spirit . of optimism and cheerfulness and made the best of' the situation. He met and welcom-. ed the Ivingsvale contingent at tlHV; railway station at 7 a.m. and a few minutes later, having arranged the; preliminaries, the party boarded the train and duly arrived at Cowra. at SI.30, where they were met by Mr. Nixon, secretary of - the Cowra Branch of the F. and S. Associa tion, ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BINALONG FATALITY. EVIDENCE AT THE INJUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

BINALONG FATALITY. EVIDENCE AT THE INJUEST. The District Coroner (Mr. J. \V. W. Yoo, J.P.) held an inquest at Binalong, on November 2, touching the death of William A. Lovelock, who was thrown from a horse the previous day. John Murray Wallace, an orchard* ist, at Binalong, having viewed tht» body in the Church of England in company with the Coroner and Con stable Wild, identified it as that of William A. Lovelock, who was thrown from his horse the previous day; saw deceased coming along the Burrowa road towards Binalong, rid ing at a fast canter; he disappeared under the sub-way bridge under the railway line out of the view of wit ness; five minutes later he.came rac ing back; when about 20 yards from my fruit shed he seemed to lose hi* balancc and fell over the off-side of the horse, his feet' hitting the ground ;*he 'appeared to be holding the mane or the front of the saddle with oue hand; the horse then jump ed away from deceased and he fell forward striking his chin on the meta...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUNERAL OF MR. BONAR LAW. IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY IN THE ABBEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

FCJNERAL OF li/lR. BONAR LAW. IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY THE ABBEY. tLOXiDON. Xov. 5.-'Large crowds testified public ..sympathy at the late Mr. Konar iLaw's funeral. . A. short service was first. held ut St. Colmu ha'.s ;Church, Jn Scotland, whereof Odv. Boiiar 'Law was u member. The cof /in wan placed on a catafalque tit the head of-the church, "Hi wan cov ered with a Union Jack and numer ous \\Teatlis, . the senders including Cahinef. Ministers," the I-Yeneh Gov ernment, .Dominion representatives, and "Mr. 'Lloyd tJeorge- . Wie cortege then mptored ,t<> <\Y'astmf»«ter Afcbey. The palt j)earera were the iPrince of Wales, MivBaMwin, Mr. Balfour, Air .Chumtmrldiir, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Ah quith, Sir -Edward .Carson. iLord »IJea verrook, JL'ord iKitzaian and <Mr. IH.am nay iMacPonald. Tliere was a dis tinguished assembly at the 'Abbey, in cluding overseas 'Premiers. The coffin was covered with a gold em broidered pail. The -coffin contain ing a copper urn, wit...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERVIA SENDS ULTIMATUM TO BULGARIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

SERVIA SENDS ULTIMATUM TO BULGARIA. LONDON', Nov. 5th-Reuter's Bel grade correspondent says in conse 'quencu an attack on. Colonel .Knastitch. the Serbian, military at tache in Sofia, who was tired on. by revolutionary without injury, Servia has sent to Bulgaria u 48-nour ulti matum demanding an official apology thq honoring the Servian flag at So fia bv a detachment of Bulgarian sol diers, and a Bulgarian official in- | qiiir.v with exemplary punishment "of-the guilty person, also submission of the uuestion of indemnity to a court of international justice.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE STRIKE. Overshadowed by the Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

POLICE STRIKE. Overshadowed by the Cup. .N!lCU»aUiR'N3C, Thin lliay.-*Mel bourne was comparatively quiet. yes iertltiy. due to the presence am 1 «c ilvity of hundreds ot special con HtaliluB. Trouble, however, oecurr ed ,lnat night In Spencer street. k - fire occurred,*ami special constable* who went to the scene, were 'attack <><1 by a mob. Several constable# were Injured, one seriously. A riot occurred in North Melbourne. A man was attacked, and his wife went to his assistance, but she also was badly Injured. The authorities anticipate? serious lrouble to-night. Tiie industrial position is very shaky. The tramwaymcn and rail wayman probably join the police strikers before the week expires. Tli«{ 'Federal and Stale {'ublnets conferred yesterday ou the measures to he taken In event of military aid being required. Avlatiou representa tives were present. A strong guard of fully armed sol diers is protecting the gold reserve at the Treasury. Police striked and ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PEDLAR'S POEMS." AUTHOR DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

"PEDtAE'S POEMS. AUTHOR de'ai). . SYDNEY, This Day-The death is | announced of 'Dowell Or.illy, well known'in literary circles as the auth or "Pedjar'stfnems,'\ "Tears ^and «JPack* .! The'lute Niiian Miller Thompson, j a Sydney merchant, left an estate valued at £72.702 to his widow and j children. Matters connected with the Im perial Conference are Speeding up. It hoped everything will be con cluded on Thursday and the results published Immediately.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. GENERAL RAINS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

.THE WEATHER. GKNKRAI. KAINS SYDNEY. Tuesday:- General rains were reported Yesterday. The falls were heaviest over the Centra! and Southern Districts. LATEST FORECAST. Fine, frosts on the highlands, and the tablelands, cloudy in western parts, scattered showers possible, with northerly winds. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAND RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

SAND RECITAL. The Young Town Band will give a recital in Carrington Park on Fri day night (weather permitting). Through eating poison berries on "Weera Station, near Bingara, a lit tie.girl, the daughter of Mr. Ki.v, of Keera Station, died and two other children are still suffering from ill efFccts. The three children went for a picnic on the banks of the Gwydir river, and ate the poisonous berries in mistake for blackberries.. The Parents and Citizens Associa tion meets in the School of Arts to night .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. LOUGHLIN PREDICTS AN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

MR. LOUGHLIN PREDICTS AN " ELECTION.. SYDNEY, This Day.--Mr. *P. F. . Loughlin, M.L.A., speaking at Nc\> town last night, predicted a State election 'after Parliament met next ^ Mr. Loughlin challenged,the Goy ernmerit with being frightened to in troduce -any Party measure,, I^c said lytr. Bruxner's Party had , no courage whatever. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAPYRUS SOLD FOR £35,000. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

" PAPYBUS SOLD FOR ' . £35,000. .^LONDON, Nov. 5th-Papyrus has .Keen purchased by J. F. Hornuntf, the "well known patron of-Basil Jar vis stable. The price was £.'{5,000.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. MURRUMBURRAH WINS JAMIESON CUP. (By the Murru Mburrah Representative of "The Daily Witness"). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

SffiKET. MURRUMBURRAH WINS JAMIE SON;'CUP. (By t'ho i.Murruiiiburrali Representa tive of "The Dally Witness"). Wurrumburran went out 10 (,un ninghum lOreek again last week-end io linve nnotlier try tor tbo Jamie son Cup, nnil this time their effort was .successful, despite. tlio fact thru llioy were ? far- below tliolr full strength. .Messrs' A. S. Davison and E. Smith wore tlio skippers. Winning the"toss, i.Murrumburfah batfed, and w«rc dismissed for the poor score of l!i2. At one stage they had C down for GO, but tile tall wagged to the extent of G-' runs. Casey batted well lor 1M\ J'rulikUn 10, IBrady IS, A. S. Davison 11, Spurgo W were the chior scorers. Edwards bowled brilliant ly, securing 4 for 26 off 9 overs. Salmon got In nmong&t tlio tall and captured 3 for 1'5. The Crook failed miserably against the attack of Frank lin nnil Diivlson, compiling only 69. Fleeton 10, mid A. Klannery .A3, were the only ones to reach double figures. Diivlson took 4 for 20, anil Frankli...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Civil War Feared. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

Civil War Feared. UQ.S'UON. Xov. 5.-'Tile Berlin ' newspapers continue tti point to the ' danger ot civil war very slitirliy. . Prices of everything are fantastic.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARMISTICE DAY. OBSERVANCE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

AR ivi 1STit)E DAY. OBSERVANCE IN LONDON. . ' LONDON, Nov. 4;-Arrangements for the' 'Armistice Day service 'at the Cenotaph in Whitehall on Sunday next have been completed. Wre'aths will be placed at the base of the Cenotaph by the (Prince of Wales and others. The Bishop of London, ac companied by a choir, will walk to the OVnotaph from ,tho Home Of fice near by. . Two minutes silence will be observed,, followed by the sinrincr of a hym'n." f. The brief cere mony will conclude with the Reveille sounded by buglers from the Royal Marines.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

(.;Me\ Willis, President' of ithd AiL. Pi I denies that his 'Christian fellow ship'Party is a political Party, or in any way clashes with labor princi ples'. . More -for jjourmon^ i'-1 * '. i Buying and Selling on the Fundamental Prin ciple of Fair Dealing accounts for the Pro gress of Chellew Trompf & Co. SHOP TyiTH CONFIDENCE jAT THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS. At the Door of the Post Office. (NOTE THESE VALUES: "PINWIRE," THE IDEAL WORK TROUSERS. These Trousers are built from an exceptionally durable water , ial; (Dark Grey with stripes, Rood summer weight, reinforc ed nt points of strain, taped seams, strong pockets. , Try a pair. The price Is 12/11. "TRIUMPH" WORK SHIRTS. Each One Guaranteed. .Men like them for their com fort and storllng worth, and tho woman of the homo tor tlin service they ,glve. Wc stand behind overy SJiIrt solil. Navy .Drill, iHarvarda, (Black nnd Grey Twill. Prices; e/l-x, 7/ll, S/ll and 0/6. Coif Shirts, with or without Collars to match, 8/6, 9/«, 10...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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