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MODERATOR-GENERAL WELCOMED. CONVERSAZIONE TO RIGHT REV. JOHN MATHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

MODERATOR-GENERAL WELCOMED. CONVERSAZIONE TO RIGHT REV. JOHN MATHEW. St. John's' Hall, Young, was the scene of a pleasant and memorable gathering last night, the occusion be ing the holding of conversazione to welcome the Moderator-General of the 1'roBbyterlun -Church to Young. Thero was a large and representative at* tendance, all denominations being re* presented. Seated on tiie platform with the guest of the evening were /Hie Mayor (Aid. A. M. Itabbets), . Hevfl. J. s. Rapklns (iPrcsbyterfanj, A. Cutty (Church of. England), and \V. I'J. Fullertott (Methodist). 'Rev. itapklns, In introducing the Alodcrator-Ceneral, said that his haute was known from tiie north to I the south, and from the east to the | .west of Australia. In addition to \ his exalted position as Moderator . (Jvnornl of Australia and Tasmania, i the guest of the evening held many j high and responsible positions in tho church, including that of Convener I of the Council and 'College of J3xam« {nations. 7ie'had mini...

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

HARDEN. (From O.ui' Correspondent.) RlfLE SHOOTING. .1 During the week-end the local railway rifle Club sent two teams to try conclusions with neiffhborinj? Clubs. One team went to Buriowa in.'scnrch of the Coffey Cup; and had bad iuck in Kcttinj* beaten. When ' the last man went down it looked a certainty for Harden, but at GUOyds I he only put 011 G. The Burrowa team won by 5 points. The second team also suffered defeat at Galons by 20 points. MUSICAL EXAMINATION. An examination in connection with the Sydney College of Music was held at St. Columba's R.C. school re cently. when the results were as fol lows : Theory Advanced Grade.-Iris Speer (honors).; Gladys Underwood : (honors) . ! t Hieber Intermediate.-Ethel Bel jon (Isf Clans Honors). .Initiatory Honors.-Mollie Boyd, Tlielma Reid,. Ursula Golden, Violet \Villhrd. Rita Billinifsley, Doris Breyrs. Practical Section. Gladys .Underwood, (honors, high er certificate). Iris Spoor (pass). Higher Advanced.-Ethel Beljon (honors). Inte...

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

POSSIBLE ELECTION IN JANUARY A tuesHHgo from Sydney Kwlay says that the assurances required by the Progressives. iu return i>'or support in obviating a 'further crisis, aro prov ing , so «iulmrruHSin,S' to the Govern' m«ot that certain members of the pabinet advocate an appeal to the people early in the new year.

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

STATE POLITICS. THE LOAN ESTIMATES. The loan estimates will be d its pos ed ol* in the Legislative Assembly this week, » The Government has decided not to t?o. on with the Plahf Diseases Bill litis sosaioii. The lLlnu.01' Will will be presented to a party mooting before coming heroic the (1,-Iouse again;

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENSATIONAL SMASH. Motor Cycle and Side Car. COLLIDES WITH A FENCE. OCCUPANTS' NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

SENSATIONAL SMASH. Motor Cycle and Side Car. COLLIDES WITH A FENCE. OCCUPANTS' NARROW ESCAPE. A sensational incident occurred at the corner of Hurrowa and Mcl.crie Street.: at 12 20 p.m. to-day, when a motor cyae nr.d side car on which were the driver (Chnrlos J. Mooney, of Kogarahi, and Messrs. <J. H. av ails and Cioude A. \\cst., both of Ber.dick Murrell. collided violentl> with a ru.Hn:: Irnee. All three occupants "£ the >emcia were thrown heavily to the ground by the* impart, the force of which may be »:uu?,ed by the fact that several stout miwd palinirs were smashed tlu'out.!;. Sergeant Chris tian and several others were quickly on the scene. Messrs. Mooney and Evans were unconscious when pickea I up, hut thev both uuicklv recovered. ! Mr. Money was taken to Dr. Pur c-lius Stu'^ery iieiuDy, wliere he mir. tri-ati'd loi abrasions io the head and I fare. After his wounds were at. i1 tended lo he was allowed to depart wilii liia friends, . i'Kc motor cycle and its...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL PUBLIC SCHOOL JOURNEYS TO YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

GRENFELL PUBLIC SCHOOL JOURNEYS TO YOUNG. Last Saturday Grenfell Public School Journeyed lo Young to take part lu an ult-d&y cricket mutch, 35 children and three teachers- making the trip. The match commenced at 1*1 a.ui. Grenfell won the toss nnd sent the local school in. Young col* lapsed, and were dismissed for the small total of 34 may, >0. 'Reynolds, 1:1, being lop scorer. Grenfell' re plied with 4 wickets for b"i at the luncheon adjournent. Jtecommeuc ing at 2 p.m., Grenfell were all dis missed for the total of 62. In their second innings Young compiled 58. With only tfO rums to win, Grenfell commenced their second innings, with i wo hours to bat. The Young boys were determined not to- be beaten K tUey were, they would put tip a good game.' Grenfell's first two wickets fell for 8 runs, after-which they fell like nine-pins. This was due to two things-the bowling o£ b. Gordon; and faultless fielding. Amtd intense excitement. Young dismissed Grenfell for a total of 22....

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

SCHOOL CRICKET. On t'rldny the 'Wongas ami nrolgus played off to dcctde which team would meet Kookaburras In the final of the firm round of the school competition. The Kume remitted in a win for Won Kiis by an Inning and 7 runs (three lioint win). Highest scorers for the ?Wongas wero J. IHume, G4 not out, and H. Suiliii 7:!. whilst J. Smith -to and P. il'owler :i:! were highest scor ers for Brolgas.

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

CRICKET. The following players have been se lected to play in. Dulla tCreok'a first eleven against Grenfoll lOentrals for the Pioneer iCup next Sunday, Decern hec 2nd.-.V, B., b\, and *E., tPowdor ley, A. MeKUlop, '\X, .Bryant, J. and M. Joyce, C.'and M. 'Webb, J." Deasey Maroney fo'tli. Uulla 'Creek's second eioven to play Monteagle, ai 'Unllu Creek, next Sun day at 1.30 sharp-1\ Joyce, 'H. and C. McCalTery, »'J. Creighton, 11. Me- ; 'Whinney, -b. Finn, B. Sells, K. Kela Iter, T. Smyth, J. Garry, J. Sloaue. The following team will represent lllurrangong C.C. iypiinst Yannawah, I ai Yannawah on Sunday:-J, Ityan, I K. Commlus, Jl. Reynolds, 13. Costi-1 Kan, W. Juspitaa, W. Slmrrock, J, Ooyle, A. C. Jones, J. iMeecham, M. I .M'-Orcgor, Johnson, K, Kennedy, l'lay-1 era are requested to meet ears at CosUkuu'h at 10 a.m. sharp, ' The following playern have been chosen to represent V.D.S. against Cowra Intermediate High School on Friday* at Youug:-H. Coddington (capt.), 'it. 'Campbell, J....

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT THE GAP. ANOTHER TRAGEDY FEARED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

AT THE GAP ANOTHER TRAGEDY FEARED. Jack IRjUilil, i-lio driver. o£ a milk cart, went' to' tlie edge of the cliff at The (Jap, Watacm'H tUls* mprninj?, 'to He« the place where Constable Strong yealerdny found a. nmn with one log over the edge. writing a faro* well letter to his inoUjer. . inure ttu<Ul found'a hut and a letter ud drosBPd 'to* Mth. J. ft. 'iMci-euu, of \V00l(!0t-Htreet, JDarllngbuvBt, signed Mark,'I uurt aski'il liis 'wlfe;to '9r«if'tr. hi ill fnr the lust tlnu', an ho bndjstobcl jttll. l.o could, .The U,ttnr ^ljlH. !'»lt aiifiiit bo cowardly, but 1 would nuvur Htand:l.t again." , . .. ?. .Riulii liamli'd the lettoiy tu the l>ol 'kf, wli" Hcawhoil the cliffs w:'Hj Uw. liaiilKtuUiie^ot tlHliurmon, but nq-trato of- a body. was fmiud. . , Mrs. MdLcati intervlcw'sd,* ""'J o'»e paid '-'h«r huabsod; seamed «i Be von-wolTiea at 9.50 last night when li« left tlie house and Had not Bliice .luturuedi.-- ? .-TV' .""

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE STRIKERS. VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO RECEIVE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

POLICE STRIKERS. VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT RE FUSES TO RECEIVE DEPU TATION. I£cnrerfcntativesA>f [unions in .tv/olvi' ikev'* iiitiiiHlric.s in '.Melbournex'oniei ? rod about'the. treatment .oft the m« ice striki-Vs, iini! a deiuitUtipn «««. 'appointed 'to wait, on tho glute \.od i.,ut on behalf uf' tKe idiBnusH^l men. I The Premier .lutev announced that Cabinet had decided that a deputa- f tioii would' sotye no'useful .purpose. Another conference of union dele- : HJites . will) be held to-day to consid er further action.- ? *

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLENFERRIE MURDER. CORONER'S VERDICT. "SQUIZZY" TAYLOR WEEPS IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

GLENFERRIE MURDER. CORONER'S VERDICT. "SQUIZZY" TAYLOR WEEPS IN COURT. At the conclusion of the inquest, into tilt (loath of Sfr. R. 1 l''' riman. the murdered bank liianaKei at Glenferrie (Vic.) on October 1.0, the corouei' -.found that a result of .1 bullet fired by Angus Murray and R^-hard Buckley, and they arc truilty of murder, and aim that they were aided and abetted by Uslie ("Sciumy") Taylor. All three were committed foi tyia ion December 10th. Bail was refused. . , , ,c Murray and Tavlor wern handeutt ed together in court, and vben the firidinir was announced, laylor broke down and commenced to weep.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MURDERED LIEUTENANT. BELGIUM SEIZES GERMAN RAILWAY PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

A MURDEREQ LIEUTENANT. BELGIUM SEIZES GERMAN RAILWAY PLANT. I Ri;i.iKI,S, Nov. 2li.-Till- German {.ioveninient liuvlni; fallnii to reply satisfactorily to tlie ultimatum rcqulr iut; the payment or a million and u iiuarior fraucH tin compensation for tbn murder of Lieutenant Graff las January, the lielKlnns have seized a great <|uantity of new railway plant.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CABLES. BRITISH ELECTIONS. FIFTY CANDIDATES UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

TO-DAY'S CABLES. BRITISH ELECTIONS. FIFTY CANDIDATES UNOPPOSED. .LONDON, r %y.. '*6.--MteMtor).-. «Flfty eumU'lnteii liuvo been returned unoujiosDil, comjirlBliig: - . ITfliOUlHtB-IW. Liberals--11. Labor-:i. NatloiialiKt-;J. iLOMLON. Nov., l'C.-CHowter).-. Speaking at Newcastle. ?Mi*> l'»*y« (iuorgo dncidod tha.t trade won Hit1 war. and that iiuinlroils <»f thou-, .sands ot LUiernls' voted 'Uibor nJ elw.tlnns owing to party nuarrels. .Speaking at J£dinbun:h. when; ho had a great reiicptlon. lAayu (U»orgo said thai whatever Uappfltu'd in tin* coming trlaiiKiilar election, then? will be. a majority of millions against Mr. 'Ualdwln's ill-cowx-lveil. huHly and daugeroua proposals.

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

WAMBANK.MHA WOOL CLIP. At the Svdney wool sales yesier diiv, Mr. F. H. Touts wool dip sold as follows: I'll c.on.i. over \\an> banumba, G bales AAxv at -ha'l, I.aJes* AA h at :iHd: 12 » ;« AA at 2:1 bales AA f at .12Id; l!j bales AA f at 2S3.1; H bales A ts h and w at 26"<l; 1 bales B C at -Oi'j 5 bales f at 20id; 21 A p at .12 at 2lid; r. at 22id; 11 bales B at 21d: !l bales sp at J7id; 11 bales locks at i:ld; K bales A lbs at 2od: 0 bales A lbs at 25',d: 11 bales B lbs at 17itd.

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

TODAY'S PRODUCE MARKETS, i ( halt: wlU'sitiMi . to »/.: oawn, ?;/. to Intern.'. >/. ?» 10/b lucerne. xmall l»;<hs. lJ'/ti: large, 7/b in 8/tf; oaten. 10 .>.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S FRUIT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

TO-DAY'S FRUIT ',UARKF/tfS. I Cherries* &s t» !>s, extra.- choice* (from Youn'K) to 11/ per box; goose. berries (from Young). 0/ to Js a box; peaches 6s to 12s box; straw berries 8s to 10s dozen punnets; apricots .'is to Gs, choice 8s box; Barnuy Aliens to 12s;.plums 7s to l-ls box.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECORD FOR LAMB'S WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 27 November 1923

! RKCORD FOR LAMB'S WOOL., 1 At the Sydney wool sales yester- . 1 day merino lambs wool sold to .JUa J I per pound, which is a record for the I i season.

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

PIG SALES. Fifteen hundred pte* w««re penned to;dn.v. Competition brightened, and values lor all .grades were firmer. Winelu-onibe, Larson quole backt'sit tors 60/- to 20/-, baconer.s. OS/- to 1W porUers, IS/- to 66/- per head. The {Sydney- pte market closes on Decem ber l.SUi till .January Sth.

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

I DISTRICT SALES AT HOMKBUSH ..Sheen averages (numbers 111 some eases approximate only) at Home bush yesterday included:- Wilson and Hogan, Stockinbiiwal, J11 J 25s 5d; \V. Morgan, Milvale. 10 w 23s, 100 cb e 17/11; Southern ag ents. Harden. 25 xsers 31s 1 Od; J. Brown .Harden, 20 x scrs 2 is id; G. Warren, Quandialla. 3 1 1 ils 10d. set's 20s; H. Morrow, Quandialla, 50 scrs 18s Id; G. W. Forsyth, Wallend been, .95 x scrs 20s 8d. J. S. Ilellei nan, Milvale, 70 scrs, 21s od. K. and T. Howling, Milvale, 20!) x e 22s; J. Forbes, Milvale. 31 scrs 34a .Is. (13 x v 22s Id; -. Noarke, Mil: vale, 22 x e 23s Id. 37 scrs 2»s Id: A. A. Frater. Milvale. 101 scrs los ild. 20 mxd 22s 7d. 3. Hamilton, Tubbul road. HO c 20# -id. la 1, 20s Id. Southern Agents. Stockinbm gal, 121 x scrs 16s M.

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 — 27 November 1923

| TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. j The J(ight Kev. 'DP. \W. | IH^hop m' (tOiilixiri), died at I o'clock j yenlerday afternoon. : The temperature In Melbourne at. j 1 p.m. yesterday was I'M dei-rees. I .Mr. ami Mrs W. .(Jay. (if -Casino, and child, had a mlracnloa.s escape from death while driving in ;i sulky mi Hie Wyan Casino road. In I ho vh-inky of a steep r*n>l»;tdk(. tint horse suddenly swerved and Im|| over the side, carrying the vehicle and its occupants down u dip of about .Mr. i'avin promised yesterday that lie would omit building socb'tf,.* from the provisions of the Co operative and Community Settlement 'Mil!. which is now before the'House. According to word from Moscow, Archbishop Clepak, who was c.)n deinncd to death at the tinn- of Pat riarch Tikhon's trial, and Mibse4pirnt !v had the sentence comnnii«d to be ing confined in a cell STt. by »5ft., is rapidly failing.-Khutor. , .Mr. A. H. Kayo, son-in-law of Mr. W. I*. Wecden, of Young, manager of the A.D.C. Hank, {Cnopi'rno...

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