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SELF-CONFIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

' V SELF - CONFIDENCE. ! a M (i)Y A mY«E01AN). Self-confidence is one of those qiKiliiio:* we often criticise in other People, particularly if we happen to lack it our.selvc.s. We see loud as sertive person, "who makes bis way. regardiess of his iellown, anil we think whal an unpleasant person lie is. Yet., in u Way, w«. envy liim, beenuse just n little of his cocksure iieKa added to our own make-up would clear ho many o£ our difficul ties. Although I lisive headod my chat this wctlc "i:o}l'-cu]iii(ieiu-c,M it is about its .'.bsenee thai. J really want to talk. k is a subject that is con stantly !>ointr brought to the doctors no;ice. Only the other day a young man came to me for advice about his i own lack in this respect. *Io snid that for some time past he hud fell an increasing disability to do him-, fcelf ju:nice either at work or ii\ a One of the seniors at his place ot business bail a way with him tlmf, as my patient put it, made him dither whenever' h»> had to in ter vi...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NIMMITABEL TRAGEDY. VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

NIMMITABEL TRAGEDY. VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER. The murder charge against Joseph Stephenson in connection with the death o£ John Jarvis, at Nimmitabel, failed at the Central Criminal eoun The jury brought in a verdict oi manslaughter, with a strong recom mendation to mercy. Giving evidence, for the defence, the accused Joseph Steplienyon, -31, said:-"While in the hut Jarvis rush ed at me with'the axe. I secured it after a struggle and retired to yn other room. Jarvis followed me with a dinner knife in his hand, call ing out "Pommy Mongrel!" _ I had no intention of harming Jarvis. I tried to stop his rush by hitting him or. the arm. The axe, however, struck Jarvis on the head. As soon as I saw what I had done I went to see the sergeant. In replv to Mr. Coyle accused denied that he was fluprrelsome when in drink. . Addresses of counsel were entered upon.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
END OF SHEARING SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

END OF SHEARING SEASON. Numbers of local men who have been away on their annual round of the shearing sheds, bavins completed their engagements. returned to Yowls uurjiig the past few clays, unci aro new soaking work ut the forthcoming harvesting operations. One of the lately returned local shearers (Mr., J. Plmrp) who left here in July, had an unhroKcn run of six sheds, finish lag up near Goulhurn on Thursday, ust. He returned via Burrowa to Young, and states that the country; U looking at its b'ept. Grass ana i herbage is plentiful everywhero nlnnjj Ihe route, and tfie orops were also ir e:,ci;McuL condition.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

TO-DAY'S I'UOOrOK MARKET. I Onions, old, lirown fs to ^sv.V0Yr Globes Ms; Silverskins His. ^ wheaten Os to 7s 'Id; oaten *>s Jd to 8s :Jd; lucerne lO.r.; hay, lucerne. . small bales 10s Od; law 7s <mI Col j Ss :!d.* oaten 10s Oil. j

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HARDEN. VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

HARDEN. I (I'Vo'm <<i:i- Correspondent.) VALEDICTORY. On Monday "wnini; the cunto'ega* Hon of tii'- .MtJiumrh enter tained '.Mr. .snd Alr.-«. Crunj?or .'it, a so cial Civenln:*., :«?»?! Ctd tJiern W.TU a pnlr of o;.!: . >s\ <hairs. They jro Iv .Midd/ev.iJ where they Jjnve ]>ur clianed a pr»»p»Tiy. iJiirinK their e'liht 5 2;tiH Ma> in llavden, the iam ily have anient elwreh workers MHASLES. Thoro Ks jMi «-i»ideinJe of menales in liii.s dlstriei. .Many children aic.* dovn v.lth ih" i''onuilalnt, ami one riu-(» Ii:ih lata!. I ho inlant daughter of MY. and MRS, Hynos he iu& tlio victim. JUMBLE TEA. i.Mr. ami Miv. Uule (nee Miss Khde Ifolman). who wiv married tveonily, were cntorliii!:".' a juinhlo tea In flu; uarirfh t::il on .Monday nip Jit. There were >;.» couples present and nn oiijo> ?<))!>. iime wan spent. Tho newly W»mM«m! couple wort; tin recipients 01 many useful present. ^

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

COMMERCIAL. YOUXC N.otiit WNX. -Wheat 4/ . Hour £11. 'Bran £?/.">/ . PoUan! \:t. "»/-.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONTEAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

MOi\!TEAGLE. (From our Corru.womlont). On Sunday, isili inst. the local tennis team tu Young and tiofoaied u team ui' '.St. '.Mary's t*.»nni:< piayor.4 by l .sot J) gnjmw. Tho re lUixt match was nlavftt ?u the local courts on Sunday last, which restri: in a second win for flu? local i^um by 2 sots 21 KstnjL's. Weaves-'C. Pricy and W. Sells (M.) v H. Thompson and I{. Wilkins (St. Mj, i»/:J; A. auii II. iliaiiham v U. Wood and T. Coppin. :j/ti: A. >15anham and K. 'Dawo v A1 f. Cop/Jin and 'JJ. Coppin, 3-/tf; Misses Hurthnan v t\irs. -Coppin and 'Mm 'Wil kins, 5/0'; A. imil II. ittasliam v JJ. Thompson nnri ft. Wilkins, -l/'U; 'Price and SeH v Wood and T. Coppin 6/1; Price and Miss 0.1. 'Hardnmn v Wood and Airs. Wilkins, 6/2; Soil and CVIiss Yardman v T. Coppin and '.Mr*. Cop pin, 2/6; A. and R. Bashum v Cop pin and Coppin, 6/-3; 'Misses Hard man v Mrs: Coppin and CUVs. 'Wilkins: 0/2; A. Ifasham and <Dawo v Thomp-, son and Wilkins, 5/6; 'Price and Soli v C'oppn...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

I'OItKCAST. The forecast lor tnt* 21 hours end . intr "1 p.m. on Thursday is line iu I land.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

' iHcifiKBaaawasaiitfaBBftB.jisBHtiUiisaidiaiiiiBsauuu. 1 SPECIAL 1 Crockery Redactions. 3 BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT " TILL THE LAST WEEK. fi WHITE & GOLD CUPS & SAUCLItS-iier dozen S/6 " ?WHITE &. GOLID ODD CUPS -nor dozen G/C S JU.ST ENGLISH DINNER PLAINS'-per dozen 13/ £ . HHST ?K.VCWJS'H DESSERT PLATES--!f~ do :en fl/6 Z -JEST U f.nd U PL ATE.-;- l-er dozen 7/ ;m Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/6 ? BUY HERE A't ) SAVE WONEY [ J. ff. T. CHANT & Ca 5 HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. ? PHONE 25. TOCKG. Public Notice HESS Its V. & D. NOBjMOYI® deilre to notify tlie public that th»y luiTe ]aat Installed an up-to-date Rubber Tyring Machine and are now In a position to lit Tyres WHWB YOU WAIT. Inquire tor onr prtcaa before placing an order elasrwhero. AL&J CLASSES OF VEHICLES MADB TO ORDER. RtTEBHR IT RED SULKIES A STPECIAiLTY. F. AND D. NORMOYLE PHO-V3 264 t/OVBLL -STRKBT TO UNO. BABY MEGGS Age 11 mouths. No Fretfulnesa or ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. YOUNG TEMPERATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

THE WEATHER. YOUNG Ti".MI'KUATl!RES. I Max. 82; min. I'.?.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENDICK MURRELL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

BENDICK MURRELL (From Ow Correspondent.) CRICKET. JJendick Murroll KHlnml a uociaive^ vhtmy orer Dimtou'u la.st Sunday in n niairii played nt -Hun-own, winning by six. wirkets and onn run. For lUcndh-k Murrell. \V. J^arcombo put UD a phenomenal howling perform ance, <J wickets for 7 nin.s. VAUDEVILLE SHOW. 'Le Kstranges Vaudeville }'.;o. play o«l ti) a r.ood house hero on "Saturday -wfckh is more than could he :;ald about the show. Although advertis ing; !"j« m <»J<»rc*n performer*, two was al! ir.aL put in an appearance. It Is hi.vii lime the proper aiuhorHIr.s tool: .step* to prevent uie public ironi hoins tiullni by unacrupulom; show men, which appear# a dear ease of obtaining money under false pre tenets. ILLNESS. "Mrs. It.nvan snr., and Miss J'hyllis Hvde are ttt proson'. fuumis of the £.H. Mrspirai. YOUIJ#. HAYMAKING. Huymnktnu U HOW in full Hvvias, flnd the yield generally is from 1>. tn 121 tons per a:r»\

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPOSED GERMAN LOAN APPEAL TO THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

PROPOSED GERMAN LOAN, i APPEAL TO THE UNITED J STATES. i XBW VOKK. N'ov. 27.- (Austra lian l'ress As.-m-iation).: Germany is meparinj; an appi'iu t" 1v.-mtt'rt Status f»r .nilit »i one hmic!vo<! million dollars v. herewith to pur chase food. ' ho proposal will out line guarantees which tan be jjiveii. As, however, the Allies, under the Versailles Treaty. have a tirnt hen on Germany's resources, the \\ mte House official- I'olieve that the Re parations Conmussion will block sucn a credit, ami that charity towards Germany, the same as was extendei. to Russia; is the onlv niwins of aver ting a German famine.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN POLITICS NON-PARTY CABINET OPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

GERMAN POLITICS NON-PARTY CABINET OPPOSED. IMvH'i.lN. Nov. T,.- Hen- 'Eburt bus abamlonril ' ':vbInot*iimUl»K. -All par lit"; Iii tlti' Iti'irlintaB' are miposliiK » noii.parl.v CahiiH'l. Tint TOurKoolH pariv is pnw lU'gotintlnjr refill uin£ till- 'poxslliiliiios I>r forming a Hour Konls Caliin. t. comprising .Natlonil. isu. CMilralivlj. aiitl l'lsnjile's panics, aKatiiHi Sm-lallsts. Communistx and lU'inorrat!-. Ilowi'vur. 'lie Central {fits' HtippHi't will bo coUilltional oil ilii* CiDVi'irui'Mit noverninn <-<>nsti(n lionaily. :ni>I nuantiim tin- ViTwiilles lri.'atv* (.'?t'ardrtl a:: binding*

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE DR. GALLAGHER. FUNERAL CEREMONIES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

LATE DR. GALLAGHER. FUNERAL CEREMONIES TO-MORROW. The late Dr. Gulhigher. whose death was ntuuumcud yesterday, had a great wish that he should "die in liar ne*:»." He often expressed it, anil his wish was grunted, for he worked lo Hh? very end of his life. Hi* cele brated "Mass at Si. Michael's Novltl ati! for the last time on November .». Six weeks ago he took a .journey from Goulburn to Galoug, then 'Hina Ions, where In? administered the 'Sac* rament of Confirmation far the last times his own little grand-nephew ho j ing among ihose confirmed. On hi* return to Goulburn he went, as was I his wont, to S1. Michael's Novitiate where the solitude always appealed lo him. His health was failing, and he often spoke of the end. On No vember Iht hv went for the last time to visit the little orphan girls at Ken more, and on November Nth lie paid his last visit to the Cathedral. Kor about ten days lie was confined to Ills hed. during which time he wart ten derly nursed by the Sisters of'Mercy...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CABLES BRITISH SQUADRON. DEPARTURE ON EMPIRE CRUISE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

TO-DAY'S CABLES .. BRITISH SQUWDR'Oltil DEPARTURE ON EMPIRC CRUISE KONIDOX. Nov- -T.--!<tMitor.-TIio .nrltlHli piiiiiiilnin. inelu.lliiK . Tl.'M.h. JIooil, Kftpnlsu and either vmmoIh, loft l>i-vi)!i))orr this morning Eul' litre evuis>\

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. SOCIAL GATHERING TO-MORROW AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. SOCIAL GATHERING TO-MORROW AFTERNOON. A social gathering, under the aus pices of the Young branch of the New (South Wales ICountry Women's Association, will be held to-morrow i afternoon' at the Oddfellows ;Hall, and the Association extends a cordial in vitation to all local ,und district wo* mi*n to he'present, when various mat ters relating to the welfare .of wo men and children will be discussed over a friendly cup of tea and amid pleasant surroundings. 'Women who might 'be prevented from attending owing to having small children to look after, and whom they cannot leave at home by themselves, are re quested to overcome the-difficulty by bringing the little ones along witl. them to the Oddfellows Hall.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cattle Disease. 250 HEAD PERISH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Gapfe'|.Eti|^aSe. ? 250 HEAD ^PERISH. Siiiw the oi iKlniil ontlirouk of j riinti'i'pent In Weal Australia. "50 wit lie liavc died' or were ilcstroj-ed. j Ptftv were destroyed ou Sunday. rr.ii' j rlciiilv rli-arliig the qmininilnud nron | of cuttle.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRUIT MARKETING. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

| FRUIT MARKETING. I (To the Krlitor). Sir.-As one whose interests have tor SOIIIG considerable time past been hound up In the prosperity and \v.\ tarn of Young ujicl district.' particular ly us regards thv man on the laud graziers, orcluirutfits. dairymen and farming pursuits minrally-i was deeply interested, on reading the op4<u letter in yesterday's "Daily Wiim^s" addressed to thi'fruitgrowers of the district on the vita) subject of the marketing of their product..-.. and urg ing that the tintr.Yiriffi support of all growers he accoijled to what is vinu* u!Jy their own organisation, viz., the Commonwealth Co operative Grower* and Distributors 'Company It must he patent to a1( int'.iesteii diat the need Tor such nil organisation has Imcii felt Tor a-long time, for it js only through s»vh a < hanuel, con ducted on the J:'Mi|»'\nUve system, that fruitgrower** can rely upon put ting some ndonutu. reiurn for th«»:i labors in the fruit? -nin^ industry. 1 would lik...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weddin Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Wed'din Shire Council. The usual monthly meeting of the ! Weddin Shire Council wan held at Grenfell on Saturday last. Present: Crs. W. H. Simpsou (President), \V. K. Butler, A. Bembrick, \V. Shannon I and S. A. Goodsell.' l An urgent telegram was received fnun the Under-Secretary asking which work was of urgency in con nect ton with the application for Gov ernment grant of £2500. Cr. Simpson said he thought the work on roads on the black soil plains was most urgent; the work could be done while the weather was dry, and thought that the Bimbi Quandinlla road should receive first attention. He moved that Quandialla, Pinnacle, and Gambarra roads be forwarded as the loads most urgent- ; ly requiring attention. Cr. Butler agreed with the President in regard to the black soil country, but said they could not overlook Pinnacle: he would like to see £500 spent there. Cr. Simpson said the Quaudilla people were the only ones isolated last winter, and he thought their i road should be put in t...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HANGED AT FORBES. FATE OP A COACH D[?]VER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

HANGED" AT FORBES. FATE OP A COACH DIHVER. William Bray, ngcd'62, was found hanging in a shod near his home at Forbes. Deceased was, a pioneer coach driver.

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