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BAZAAR AT WOMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

BAZAAR AT WOMBAT. AH detail* ami anviNjrcjm'nts imy» now huotl satisfactorily completed in connection with the bazaar at AVom hat. which opens to-morrow nijrht in the iH'W Wombat hall, ami promise* i tu bo the best ami most successful , venture <»f Us kind ever held in that | historic little tow».«hif>. The pro ' coeds are to he devoted to a worthy [ and commendable cause, namely, the » ieduction of the debt on the church I and convent, which liability has been outstanding for some years past. The secretaries of tin? bazaar (Mrs. I Hawaii and Mr. Fred IVesD have ; been working very hard for mont* 1 pnst in connection with the affair. : ami have spared no effort towards j bringing it to a most successful is ; sue. The same applies to the lad j ic> who will have eharire of the dif ferent stalls, towards the stocking \ and furnishing of which they haw i* secured choice and valuable collec tions of tfoods of every description, Entertainment and amusement will he provide...

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

JOHN TAYLOR MEMORIAL. UNVEILING CEREMONY. There was a large and representa tive gathering at the Grentell ci*w«» | tery on Sunday afternoon, when a j handsome memorial erected by Urni- j Full ami district residents over thi- J grave of the late Mr. .lolui Taylor. . was unveiled by Cr. W. H. Simp- : son, President of the Weddin shire. Rev. iP. S. Mnore, after a brief , prayer, said it was pleasing to see so many present to pay a tribute j to one whom they loved so imnh, ' Rev., (J. Cowie said they were, there to honour- by the unveiling of that memorial, one who had been , (Jrenfell's most eminent citizen. For ! nearly 20 years he had been Mayor ! ot the town, and had always striven j for its advancement. Tin- late John Taylor lost bis life in the sen lev of j his country. but ho would live in the hearts of those who loved him. Hymn-"I-cad Kindly Lfcht." The Mayor then called on <Y. W. H. Simpson (President of Weddin , Shire) to unveil the monument. Cr. Simpson, who was de...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF i The year's profit of the invereii Jockey Club was only £70, hut the taxation paid to the Government amounted to £170. The death has occurred at his daughter's iresidence, Summer Hill, i;L' .Mr. John 'Hargreaves. one of the eldest identities of Gundagal and Tu unit districts, at the age o£ S2. The iato r. Hargreaves was a native ot' Cainpbolltown, and In the early days went to ffiendigo, where he mined for some time. Then lie moved to Adu long, whore he was successful in milling. 'lie then purchased "Fern I 3i«nlc," a Hue property on the Tumut Hivoi'. and .successfully, farmed there lor 30 years. Deceased was in the bis; '.'i2 flood, which wiped out old Cimdagui. lie was rescued frorn the roof of a house by Karrie, the blaclc fellow. Three men were badly scalded by a boiler explosion at Martin's Creek Government metal quarry, Newcastle, yesterday. A fourth man was slight ly injured. The death has occurred at iWagga, at the age of SI; of Mrs. Elizabeth '.IlcyiUm,...

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

Note These Seen Values. 20 inch Heavyweight NATURAL FUJI SILK 3/11 40 inch "TUSSORA" in dainty shades for Lingerie 2/11 MAM ST YOUNG PHONE 123 Carriage paid on Nail Orders Stocks to-day are at their very best. Everything for Christinas is now in , stock and marked off, so. by buying early you not only shop In comfort . but you actually see a fuller assort ment than you will later on, when possibly the very thing you want will be amongst the goods sold; out. ZEPHYRS '& GINGHAMS. C.D.S. Gingham Values this year are* truly wonderfull 1/OJ OHN&CK ZQWrV'RS, <2S indies wide, neat Overehecks; suitable . lor* children's wear. iBxtra quality, well worth 1/43. SPECI ALLY PRLOIOD AT 1/OJ. 1/«1$ iCiHBCK GINGHAM, 3S inches wide. This is a quality lino that carries our strongest recommendation, both for wear and wash ing. It is good! Worth 1/S. SPiSCIAULY PWl'CiSD AT 1/45. 2/9 Big Bath Towels. .BROWN STRIPED & TU'llKIStH TOWEIjS, gianta in size, mea suring 50 in...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S. H. HOSPITAL CARNIVAL TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION THIS EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

HOSPITAL CARNIVAL TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION THIS EVENING. Great Interest Is being evinced In to-night's carnival, to be hold In the grounds of the Sacred 'Heart (Hospital, In aid of the Queen competition, at which a very large attendance In an ticipated. The carnival opened this afternoon at 3 p.m. under (lie moat favorable auspices, and will be con tinued until a Iain hour to-night. A torchlight procession will start from the 'Iloyal iHotol corner this ovcnlng at 7 p.m.. which will be bonded by the Town Band. A wedding Iiaity, with a full array of attendants, will lie a star attraction. Tho procession will march through Uurrowu and Campbell strcots, and to tho entrance of the hospital grounds, where a splendid round of entertainment and games will bo provided for patrons: ! also refreshments, Ices, fruits, and * numerous other delicacies. An in* i terestitig and enjoyable outing 18 pro { mined to ull who attend.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIDNIGHT ATTACK. GIRLS' SENSATIONAL STORY. AN ARREST MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

I MIDNIGHT ATTACK. . GIRLS' SENSATIONAL STORY. . AN ARREST MADE. In connection with the 'Girls' sen sational story yesterday regarding the motorist who drove them to George's River, at midnight, aiui then attacked them for hours, the de tectives traced the car to Katoomba where an arrest was made last night. , A sensational story was publisher! i in Sydney yesterday of the fearful ? exnorience two sisters went through I on Sunday night. One 20 years old | anil the other 17. They return* | ed by the lapt boat from Manly and | then found that they had to wait ninety minutes at the Quay for a tram to their home at Petersham. A passing motorist offered to drive them home, but instead of going to Petersham, he drove to a lonely spot near Tom Ugly's point, Georges River. The girls cries were drown ed by the roar of the motor, and he threatened he would shoot them if they did not keep quiet. When they reached the scrub he made them alight and then attacked them in turn. A bitter struggle e...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Riot Sufferers WAN COMPENSATION FROM GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Riot Sufferers; WANV COMPENSATION FROM GOVERNMENT. i A deputation frbiii' the riot suftoiV, !er«: waited on the Victorian. Premier: lo-Vlav to urge the payment of comiien | sation; It is sthte'd the"sufferers to tal 120, anil their claims amount-to | £20,000. The' Government' is; stated to ue I willing to hear the)arg'uriieuts, though | admits no liability.

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

ABORIGINAL LANGUAGE. Any person hi the Younjr clwtnct win> has a knowledge yf the hui; cuu"i' used by the Aborigines of tills locality unil neighborhood is cor dially invited to write down a list »f native words and phrases. er with the meaning iti hnnhsli ot such words and phrases,, ami tov wiml the document containing >sami. to the Kev. .Inhn -Mathew. M.A.. I>.l. "The Grove." Cohtiic, Victoria. Tile rev. ireiitleinan is rccoirnised as tile | greatest living authority on the Ian- , KUiiKf. and numerous dialects, also tlio lUistonlc of the Australian icities, lie has already published several books on the subject, am contemplates a further publication 011 the .same subject in due course.

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

100 Dismissed. From1 Taxation . Office Dismissal' notice .iyas! served yes terday oii'.a' hundred female, tempor ary employees of the Federal. lax atioji staff .in , Sydney. -These in clude 11 war widows. Their employ me'nt terminates on December.

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

QUAM8Y LAND APPLICATIONS; A liifiptlnsr of ill" liot'iil' l-ioiil Bonn1 v!U im !(ci<f hi' iii»- t'-om-t.HuiiW.to morrow to dcs! -'I'l: the1 Qwmby aii Iiij'jo'lodi. Applicants' mu«t (i1f-r.sni(rf!ly- If tlicy to Intra titL-ir'-apitlluatlbris considered.

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

THEl MELBOURNE UNDERWORLD ,Ih Melbourne detective CluBston to-day obtained lenVe'< fifom' Wg v»t .. Iviiaa Botichi to withdniVJ the fcharp lipainst Ida- Pender owinjr1 to''her be inr in .a delicate state of health. The' police stipulate that she shall re port j hov . address1!, to them cveiy' THc charge# . against "Squizxy" Tuiylov of- having harbored- Buckley: and' toy , wore afljournod': foi three weeks. Ahdthev chorjye- un- j .dor' the- gaols act was-? withdrawn. '

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

HENRY FORD ON BUSINESS. . ?; "ir you buy what people need, and sell it at a price thai makes possession a help, and not a hard ship, then you will do business as lonu as business Is to be done. People buy what helps them just as naturally as they drink water." CHELLEW, TROMPF & 00.'S MEN'S SHOP OFFERS VALUES THAT ABE A DEFINITE HELP j TO BUYERS. STRONG WORK SHIRTS, 5/11, Quality Harvarda that Btimd up to liaril wear-all sizes at o/tl. N'nvy Drill and Harvards at 7/11 S/ll and 9/6. Heavy Black Drill .Shirts, tough, strong-9/6. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS, 8/8. Natural Flannel, In a sound qua . llty-S/6. iDurk Greys lu big sizes-8/11 0/6 WHITE LAWN H'KERCHIEFS 7Jd. Sound quality in tho' regular size-71(1. Lawn Hemmed" Jlundkerclilufa lOitl.,'.!/- and 1/3. Hemstitched Handkerchiuts at 1/-, 1/3 and 1/6. . . SUITS .READY TO WEAR FROM 59/6. Wliere something lower than a Tailored Suit is needed, hcu Cliul lew Trompt and Co.a Ready-to AVeurs. They aro hero in dreys, Jirouus and Navys...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Agent's Will. Estate Sworn at £21,260 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Stock Agent's Will. Estate Sworn at £21,260: ' The will I>r tlio Into Owen burner, slock mill station 'agent, (ioulbiirn, linn lioon sworn tor probate' purposes at' £2t,2G0, nil of wlildi Iiuh been '.eft to tlio widow nnd children.

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

PARENTS ANb CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION. The final meetine of the Parents and Citizens Association for the cur rent year will be held at the Youn^ School nf Arts on Tuesday night next, 1th December, at 8 o'clock, yhen the financial'stat'eiijeiit'and re port' dealing with the year's opera tions will .'>.> placed before the meet inc for consideration and adoption. The secretary of, the Association (Mr. i'.'inar) is anxious to see a bis roll-up at the meetinir, as it will be his last before k-avinpr the town and every member who fan possibly do so is cordially invited to attend.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Narrabeen Tragedy. Man Found With Throat Cut. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

A Narrabeen Tragedy. Man Found With Throat Cut. Tile body of a man ot a hunt 55 vcars lit age was foiiml at Narralioon io ilny wltli Ills throat cut. His loft arm bad also been cut. A blmvl staliiei' razor and ease was fo.mid nparby, tin; latter bearing the name ot Hi C. Youiik.

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

>1. .. ? (BJIBBENT NEWS. «. Who will be the new Mayor? Al though the election takes place to. morrow week,nobody seem* to he WtoJ.v interested. Perhaps it is re garded as a foregone conclusion that .Mayor Kabbots will be re-elected. Although his Worship has publicly stated that he would like to be re kived of the position, it is known that he feels it his duty to remain in the mayoral chair until the muni cipal shop* mid town hall improve menU eoterprises have been com pleted. .seeing that they were both inaugurated* during Ids term. Aid. Jtobhets is *a man- who believes in doirij; things, and although his must bitter opponents at the Council table cannot always support him. and mottle bitter debates result, practic ally all of them regard him as a strong man and a capable Jeader. It is therefore highly probable that Aid. Kabbets will be invited to ac cept the position for another term Aid. Tresilian and Aid. Kintoul have both been mentioned as candidates for the chair, hut it is...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Run Down by Car. Manslaughter Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

| Run Down by Car. Manslaughter Charge. I Peter AIcKarlane, 54, ataxi-driver, was charged at the1. (Central CriuunV.l' Court, Sydney, totoay, with the man slaughter of Jolin ilUmisuy, of ih« Parliamentary Hansard staff, who was killed In nn accident on August HO. The case Is proceeding.

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

DEATHS AT GR£NFELL. .Airs, iHarry Hlliler pas.s«l away !n OvHifcll Hospital nn LMbmlay aftiir 11 short illncs«. from ptluumonia. Dr:-' was years of »(;<>, nn<l;le:ty«fi II.- hiixli.'ind ami two Htilo clili(lr«n. Tht fmi'-nil tiii>W |»1ace to did {Qbiir«l| di Bn«l!|iul ci-iiiM»;ry' from tlie riisi llsncf; of'.Mr. Airre'd fUMrtr.^nr., Iiead mVby- tlx.- f-aU'atloii.Ariiiy Bfind. The (j'eptft' l»nk place on Krliliiy of iMr;'. Mjirsavut Smith, at the'. ai?p of . 79 y{;iir<C [ Tin'- Uurlal .wits iri tho !ft.C CftHlfil'iiT1 Saturday, Kathcr M'AI toy rftlrciatlni-. 1 .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Many Notables. Arrivals To-day by Makura. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Many Notables. Arrivals To-day by wiakura. I Quite a crowd o£ notables arrived by the Makurn: to-day, including Dame Nellie .Melba, who-comes with a'grand ' op'eni comiiany; Prlncb Obelinsky, .the; Russian Grand Cuke, who is. the basso in tlie. opera company;. Lady Puller and Her sou and daughter; B. .1.. Tait, theatrical entrepreneus; and . 'WVIV McCoy, Dlrfectbr of Education , for'South Australia.'

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

A 'CHILD'S DEATH. .H»»nry Arthur .JWinson. 2 >var« anil J] mourns, only son'of DFr. ami Mrs. .Anliur .(ohJiHr»n. of Wainiuru soldiers* HfU!*ni«'nt. iliml in tlie iMstrlct 'Hos pital vifetorriuy afternoon from iiojiia. Tliii burial wart mad* lit tlin C.R roni^t^ry thia aft«rnonn, Rmv. A. G: Putts readihtf'-thV prayers at thft . L\itir?ir syml^thy IB' ex* yroH.-itM) for rIn? p/n^ntH.*

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