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EDGEFERN PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

EDGEFERN PROGRESS ASSOC IATION. The meetinc adjourned, from 17th November, wa.« held on Saturday, 24th November ! !#2il at Kdgefern public school, for the purpose of the inauguration op a Progress Associa tion. Thei" « ' * attendance and the meeting was a huge success. Mr. OJher Sljarrock, as convenor of the meetinir was in the chair, and Mr. M. M. (lih-iour was »ctilite as secretary, pro fern. After a short discussion on the state of the dis trict, more «specially with regard to the '.omiitiHi. of the roads, whici are just awful, and in particular, UK rond leading from the Kdgefern public, school to Grogan, a resolu tion proposed by Mr. G. Nicholls, and seconded by Mr. D. Foley was carried unanimously "That a Progress Association be now former and it bo known as the Edgcfern Progress Ass«.i-iation. To draw up the Constitution ot this Association* the aims and ob* jects. of which, are the making ot good roadi; available to the residents and the genera! progress i>! the dis trict,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILLGROVE MYSTERY. NEW CHARGE AGAINST DAVID KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

IWILL6R0VE MYSTERY, NEW CHARGE AGAINST "OAVilD KELLY. \ Melbourne teleiii'fun to day states that David 'Kelly, who Is miller com mittal for alleged mansIauRhte? of Ada Overall, now lia* to face a neiy eiiarge. namely, having destroyed her body by fire' without proper authority. :

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. TUBBUL v. MILVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

' CRICKET. TUBBUL v. MII.VALE. Tile Tubbul C.C. entertained the Mil vale Club to a match on Sunday last at Tubbul.- A start was not made until after the luncheon ad-: journment owing to the very late hour of arrival of Milvale. Gordon the Tubbul skipper won the toss aim elected to bat. Tim West and W. T. Wells were the opening batsmen and G. Drayson took up the bowling from the road end and L. Scott from the pavilion end. The scoring diu not commence until the third ball ol Dray.son's over, when Weslt cut it for one. - The first three wicket? fell for 12, but then G. Shoaro made a stand .Hid compiled a score of ."1 when lie was unfortunately run out. The fielding' of Milvalr was good with one exception in spite of- the heat and flies. Tubbul's 1st innings closed for 73 runs. Mil vale then sent L. Scott and J. Brown in to the bowling of Tim AVest and L. Holmes. The bowling was too (rood for them and the fielding very satisfactory. J. Browii was the first to pro with the total at 2, b...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUCCESSFUL JUVENILE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

. ISUIEESSFUL JUVENILE DANCE. V 'S^oiimJ.s. of revelry proceeded from .. liv^eU ^troct on Saturday night and the lilting: strains of music co.uM be v 9^ard, the rhythmical movement, o£ V>3cutlif«!l tn'mier.s who, with their ' jfen^s.' work behind them, from now Consign 10 oblivion all thoughts of /. geV.V/nsions ami inverse ratios.. Tue qoi\(or pupiii of St. I.Mary's Boys' ?,Qhpoi. anxii»u.<j to give expression to he»r b.elief shut school life possesses 50iue saving graces, even if sport i» .encouraged, organised a dan^e for ju yenjies. ami the latter !sht?wed tbeir appjedatiou by rolling up, in force. frojDTi o p.m. to 1:1 p.m. they permit ted, the .musicians no relaxation ex cept for tih interval when the 'effort a of ;Urs. V<*gt. t.\rrx\" Holmh and '-afr». Gra|i;mi found most favor with tliom. Though thr hoys were primarily re sponsible for the evening's ehtertain ment. their efforts would have, been futile hut iur the able assistance of th<* l...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILVALE v. TUBBUL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

MILVALE v. TUBBUL. The tenm to represent Tuhliul at Jlilvnle on Sunday next mil be: Tim West. Tom \Vest. W. TrudRett, T. Gordon. G. Shoard. N. Slipanl, W. Wells, L. Adams, W. Williams, W. Astoiv, A. Cutts. .. All players will please meet at Tubbul hotel at 10 a.m. .sharp. "printed and published by r>anii Henry Hopwood, of McLerio-street, Young, for the proprietors. i. 3. Wales, F. H. Hopwond, amlA E Collins, It their GOBS Buplex Machlnc printing Works, Young, N.S.W.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MURRUMBURRAH CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

MURRUMBURRAH ; (I'rom Oni' Cuvrespomlenl.) CRICKET. MuiTuniburrah beat'Cun^'inK"1' UiL> local wicket on Sunday by 1' TUTIS. The locals batted first scored H!J (.UcDoutfall 20. ISrady, \ 'V Davidson, Jamieson 10 each; Crass .> for :si. Ilowd .1 for 10, Downey 1 for 1! Citnninsrar made fill (Spillaiie Cross 15. Hart 11); Franklin sc.ur ed 1 for 2!!. .McMolirall :i to l;i- :irul .lainier-on 2 for 13. The ground was covered with thick herbnfie and which made it imiiosr-ible lor a ground :'llot to reach the boundary. This accounts for tlr.' small scorins: on a clear ground Iho totals would ! have been mere th;m doubled. "BUSH" cur. Cunningham Creek visited Galong j >n Saturday to play for the Bush | j Cup and were beaten by 8S runs. |{ Cunningham Creek o~> (KiHiek 0 for|j 15, I'urtle -1 for 20. Calonj; 123 j| Killick -o, 'J'. Garry 20). In thejj Creek's second inning they lost 7 j for MM.- Calonir have barred thejj lirat grades* clubs 'of, Murrumburrah j | and tturrowa playin...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

HENRY FORD ON BUSINESS. - "if you buy what people need, and scJMt at a price tnffi makes possession a help, and not a hard* ship, then you will do business as long as business is to be done. People buy what helps them just as naturally as they drink water." GHELLEW, TROMPF & CO.'S MEN'S SHOP OFFERS VALUES THAT ARE A' "DEFINITE HELP TO BUYERS. STRONG WORK SHIRTS, 5/11. Quality llarvards that stand up to hard wear-all Blzes ut 5/tl. Navy Drill und Harvards at 7/11 S/ll and 0/0. , Heavy Mack Di lll Shirts, tough, strung-9/B. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS, 8/6. Natural Flannel, in a sound uua; lity-8/6. iDurk Ureys ill big sizes-S/ll 9/G WHITE LAWN" H'KERCHIEFS 7Jd. Sound quality in the regular size-"Id. Lawn Hemmed 'Handkerchiefs ? 101<1.. 1/- and 1/3. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at I/-, 1/3 tinil 1/C. SUITS READY TO WEAR FROM 50/6. "Where something lower tlmii a Tailored Suit Is needed, see Choi lew Trompf anil .Co.s Ileiidj-to Weals. Tlioy are here in dreys, Drowns and....

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. During Advent a course of ser mons will bi' preached at 11 a.m. on , "The Livinir I.ovintr I.oid, and nt 7;30 p.m. en (I) Advent Prcpnrn tion; (2) The true use of the Bible. ; (3) Minister and Stewards; (-1) Tho Mother anil the Child."

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

DIFFERENT CLOTHES. FOR XMAS AND LONG AFTER You rci|»ire Style and Comfort in your Suit. WOOD, "The City Tailor," can please you. Sac Suits Dinner Suits £7/7/0 £11/11/0 William J. WOOD, The City Tailor. CLOTHES FOR HEN WHO CARE Uurrowa Street, Young. Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE passTg^J TE BRONCH1AL A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. In all rases of ASTHMA an.l BRONCHITIS ".vill be found most bencficial whether of rccont or chronic nature, PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. OBTAINABLE ONLY AT ' Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG. 'PHONE 158. "oantry Orders packed FREE and sent the Sams Oar. Some Good Reasons and Examples WHY YOU SHOULD & HOW YOU MAY CUT DOWN i YOUK FOOTWEAR COSTS. ' . Do not pay more than honest worth > of any class of Footwear . Our Business is to increase our number of customers and hold them-by giving them the BEST POSSIBLE VALUE;-Com fort, Style and Quality-for their money. We invite you to all and inspect our large stock of the most up-to-date and reasonably pri...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANGLICAN CLERGYMAN DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

ANGLICAN CLERGYMAN DEAD- I Ktv J. S. Lanyon, an Anglican derpvnuin died at Ooutamundra on Sundav. aRcd 07., Deceased cnme with his wife from htiRlnnd two years aco. and was returnin (itp QnfE* land when he tnok ill and returned to the home of his only child, Mrs. H V. Herbert, of Bontfoloiitf. The burial took place in the Church of Englan dcemetery at Muttama.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

.j»aa3HBSHiBffiesH0BSSiiijiiH3Ei3HaEBaai'aiiaaauEfi& I SPECIAL 1 Crockery Redactions. ? BUY YOUR XMAS* CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT B" . TILL THE LAST WEEK. 2 WHITE & COLD CUPS & SAlK.'fcHS-per dozen S/B ? WHITE & GOLD ODD CUPS - nor dozen C/G n ;;i"ST KSG'USH DlSXEll I'iAIBJ-per dozen 13/ | UEST EXUUSH DESSKilT PLATES-- .?«.- dojon .. .. .. U/G d -Ji-JST K.'.'O^ISH 1) r.nd 1! PL ATKti-i-er dozen 7/ n Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/6 ? BUY HERE AU 1 SAVE MONEY f J. W. L CHANT & Co. s HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. J PHONE 36. YOUNG. tg 'aaaaJamBaaaaammaBBBaBmamaamaBaammaaanaaa m RECORD PRICE FOR MERINO WOOL Obtained at Auction in the Sydney Wool Market by 38K i New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency | | Company Limited, Sydney I at their Sale on 16th November, 1922. 15he British Quality Paint Hammond & Hanlon burrowa STREET, YOUNG. Tiie engineers who designed the Gray Car learned, through 20 years or I'vpenunce, what not to do in build...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY WEEK TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

j V COUNTRY WSEK TENNIS. i'JCIte- team to represent \oung nt tfca County Week Tennis fixtures In in January is being selected ibla week.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUBBUL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

TUBEUL ? (From our CoiTPspnmlcnt.) I Hfr. Walter Sharroch ni'j'ivc;d homo yesterday from Sydney with a new I Hodge Car. A sudden change has again Re curred i«t the weather in this "dis trict. .Summer weather has ap peared in reality and is quite hot. To-day* Monday, the wind blowing from the north adds to the heat. In most- places haycutting has teased, and farmers are busily en gaged in carting it in to the stack.* ?-some splendid crops are to be seen around here, and .some hay that hns been cut has yielded a very good average to the acre. 'Jin hot weather having set on on Friday last, the crops are beginning to rip en and a most beautiful aspect is to be witnessed in the color scheme of the landscape-the wheat in th<* majority of places l^eing of a nice bronze tint. Jf this weather will only continue for another two weeks the "headers" will very soon be heard buzxing in almost everyone's Paddocks.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WELL-MERITED TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

A WELL-MERITED TRIBUTE. Addn'sJiins the KathcriuK uasem bted to ivtlccime him at St. .John"u Hbii lasi iiiKlit. the Moderator-Gen eral. aft-r dealing with various topics <ot interest.' paid a. very h^h tribute to the .Rev .1. S. Kapkins, and made "special reference to his work as a minister on behalf of the l'roKbyteri '«n~CKurch iii tiie Young Charge. The; &Iuderator-G,eneral alsa spoke in .glowing 't«rnu> of tin; reception un corded him 011 his arrival at Young. aUcV, at" the warm hospitulity, bestow etl:upon himself ami Mrs. Mathew bjr'.iKev. and airs. Rapkins .(luring Itojif'soJoiiHi at'flie -Manse.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE DISTRICTS. NO ALTERATION TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

| POLICE DISTRICTS. NO ALTERATION TO BE MADE. Although an agitation has been proceeding .at Cootamundra to have that tpwn made the headquarters of a Police Sub-District, there has up to the present been no success. A letter from the Inspector-General of Police to Mr. Main, M.L.A., speaks for itself. "Police Department, Inspector Gencral's Office, Sydney, 22nd No vember» 1023. - H.- Main, Esq., M.L.A., Parliament House, Sydney. Dear Sir,-rWith, reference to youi letter of the' lGth inst, relative to representations made bvMr. W. H. Pinkstone, of the "Cootamundra Daily Herald," urging the claims.'of Cootamundra as the headquarters of a tPolicc Sub-District, I beg to in form you that the town mentioned is at present situated within tho Young Sub-district. The town of Young, has, for many years past, been the headquarters of the Pol ice sub-district, with entirely sat isfactory results, both from tho pub lic an dpolice standpoints; and, as the two places are only thirty miles apart, it ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CELTIC CROSS MEMORIAL TO LATE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

A CELTIC CROSS MEMORIAL TO LAT^ GOVERNOR. In accordance with' Dame Margar et's wished, tlio Sir Walter Davidson (Memorial Committee IUIB decided that tlio latu Goverrior'K memorial -will take the form of a 'Celtic Cross of Aiirttrallan atone over the gravo In South Head cemetery. ?

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

qUIOlENT NEWS. VALEDICTORY. A liappy gathering assembled at tho* residence of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Slietttt. Greofellroud, Young, on Sat unjay night, the occasion being a vale dictory evening to Miss Ella Brown, lute or the staff of Messrs McAliuter and (C.o. on the eve of her departure for "Sydney. 'Mr. Shean presided, and Iu a neat and appropriate speech referred to the mauy sterling quail ' ties of the departing (guest, who was taiivlug'behind at Young a very large clrule of friends. one and all of whom wlyjied the' young lady a happy ami prosperous lulure In her now sur rounding*.; Air. Sheuu theu present cd Miss Brown wJrh a beautifully de 'tdgiied. tfold, armlet. as a token of the affection and esteem In which she Is held by her friends at Yowl# and district. The chairman's remarks were heartily endorsed hy Mosul's fled/nan, Dodd. and W. Caldwell, JMr. Colin 'MeAllHter suitably responding on beliah* of his niece, the guest of rite evening. Il»>freshments were subsequently ser...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUCCESSFUL AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

SUCCESSFUL AUCTION SALE " ;> iMr.T. -B. IJJcAlister, auctioneer, > llorw' ii successful sale or-general . farming plant and effects, on bchnltV . of, Mr. IClarke, at/Finn's fuvm. tliore ? luiinga good 'attendance of biij-crK." Holies sold to _a high figure, and a ~ satisfactory clearance was. madw.o£ ].all.the stock and articles suliinlQagj..^ . - Y- ' ? V- " " . <,,

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCKINBINGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

STOCKIWBINGAL. (From Om* Correspondent.) AVhat may be termed a very dull : cricket match was played at Stock jir.binjrai cricket ground on Satur :d«v between Stockir.binjjal and Cootamundra resulting in a win for Cootamundra by 40 runs. Cootamundra made 321, with ! Thompson and W. Hughes as top i scorers and \V. Hughes as their I xfar bowler. Stockinbingal compil ' cd 70 with Sutherland 18 and He I Laughlan 15 top scorers. Mat Nev ille, McLaughlan and Whalan were the bowlers. HOSPITAL FOR STOCKINBINGAL A meeting of the Soldiers Mem-: orinl Committee decided to have a hospital erected on the recreation ground, and Tor that reason have secured an additional i'our acres to the present ground. The people of Stockinbingal consider it is cheap er and better forxthem to have their own. doctor and hospital and stall rather than have to send patients to other towns.' A Committee meeting is called i'oi* Saturday night next to full ydecide and arrange matters. They contemplate having the hos p...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALLOT BOX CASES. FEDERAL A.L.P. EXECUTIVE ASKED TO INTERVENE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

BALLOT BOX CASES i if ?T FEOERAL A.L.P. 'EXECUTIVEv 'ASKED TO INTERVENE. Tlio A.AV.U. litis dccitlud i.0 iippual to the i'oiloral' A.'Lll'. JDxoctltlvo to iintia-voiie In thu bullot ljox ctnaon with a view to luiiulry lielug com liljlod iu tlrno for tlio holding of u special L»bpi< cpoleience in January. .As tUs 'State A.UP. Executive^ does not oWeot, tliflirequest' ivill probably be . srantoiK

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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