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C.Y.M. DEBATING CLUB. OPENING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

C.Y.M. DEBATING CLUB. OPENING MEETING. The opening meeting of the Catho lic Young Men's Debating Club was bold lust night, Dean IHennessy pre siding. After tho report of the pro visional committee had been road and discussed, tho election of officials'was proceeded with, and resulted:-Pat ron. Dean .Hennery; president; -Row' Father ' lUrennun; vice-president, J. Nit'lmJhs; treasurer, P. (TbnWck; .sec retary, j. 'WiUlaiu.s: auditor, J. Ryan; Council, R; Henry, S. TJea.sey, 11. Uriggs and officers. It was decided that tho meetings be held every Tues day night, and that the activities of the club be made as varied as ij'os sible. LATE BISHOP GALLAGHER. At tho C.Y.'.M. Club meeting last night, the sympathy of members was conveyed to Deuti Honnessy by Mr. Xicholls 011 the loss suHtained'by tho church in the death of Or. Gallagher. Dean 'HenneHsy. in feelingly acknow ledging the courtesy , that prompted the act, said that the loss was a Se vern one. It* was unforlminto that tho fJishop ha...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AT TEMORA. HOUSE AND CONTENTS BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

FIRE AT TEMORA. HOUSE AND CONTENTS BURNT. A six-roomed weatherboard house, owned and occupied by Mr. Pl)illip Bray, of Upper Temora, was, with the whole of its contents, destroyed by fire on Saturday afternoon. The house was insured for £100, but the furniture was ? not covered.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY TRANSFERS IN GOUL BURN RAILWAY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

RAILWAY TRANSFERS IN GOVL.V . , BURN RAILWAY; DISTRICT. . i, ! ; Mi*. C. K. Moore, N.O. Bowrnl hag been promoted to second clasr N.O:; ;\Vallerawanj*. . Mr. P. McDonald." S.M. Greenethorpe, has ^ been trans-I furred to MofteaRle. Mr. E.' W. > Trcmly, .S.M. Burrinprbar, has been' transferred to' S.M. Greenethorpe., Mr. H..Pilchor, N.O. Goulburn re lief has exchanged positions .with Mr. G. D. .Davidson, N.O. Brae field. Mr. H. P. Kirby, relief of ficer Orance. district lias boon ap pointed N.O., .BunRendore.' Guard' F. Maitland,* Junee, has been trans ferredto Hqrden. ' Junior Port- 1 J. 'H.; Starring, has been transferred, from Binnloni» to Tahmoor. Portei D.. W. Spurrier, has been trans ferred from Wyalotif? to Harden; "

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

MAN POUND SHOT.*-. I A messaco from Bep-a states, tlmt a simile mail named Ernest' Leslioi Smith. no-e<l 23 years, who-had been employed as a farm hand ? bjr .Mrs." Herman Beck; of Nnmbugp-a; ? near Iiiwi, was found lvins dead ill ' ii' 1'icek near the farm on Monday ;nfeht A. Kun shot wound:... i'-f wai! .found 011 the outside of the lofli' .thich.; It is thought, that the de-' ceaacd was shootim; rabbits, afu! ac-' (.Mentally shot himselt. . ? '

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

S PRIZE CROPS. GR'ENFELL COMPETITION. The first prize in the Grenfell Dis triet crop competition was won by flir. J, .Simpson, Weeroona, Weddin, with-sp'crop, of College Purple, se j curinjr'141" points; Hampton Bros., Youript .Road, with a crop of Penny, was second with 138 points; T. Bolls, Warraderry (Marshall's No. 3), and . J. Shaw .(Weddin View, - Piney Ranged Waratah), divide third-prize with: 135 points each. Other competitors'were: 0. Blay ney l8'4i W. Yeomaps 134, T. Rolls 133, Ei : Harris" 138, W, McQualter .132,: Nelmes Bros' 131', P/.A'. Huntei 131; ;C. Carter 1 iil,- H. Sweeting 130 ;Durhrtm .Bros. ;i20; E.' W. Harris .128, ! j.' 'Shaw- 127, -F. Hunter 127, W. McQualter 12G, \V.' Neville 124, . Iiynt'li' Bi-os," 123, W.Yeomans 122. Harriptdn Bros. 120, .Chas. Carter us:; ' .' . / tOW^piStRICTCOMPETlTlON - -The-wheat srowinpr1 competition of th<£,Cowra: district.resulted as fol- . lows:-Sir. J. -P. Freebairn.s'Watta.-; mondara-1, Hard Fodei'utibn variety. 338...

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

PERSONAL. .. R; ' Mr.' A; J3. Sutton;1 of "Young;.,re ceived word' on; Monday, of < the;d enth'' 'of' his brother, Mr; A. J'. Sutton, late of Gre'nfelU which occurred at'. Stanmore; . Sydney,- from, blood-poi .apninir. v, The deceased,: who was'a printer, and compositor, by trade,.lmd been for some time employed on one of thfc Grenfeii.papers;',and previous-' iy held a position on the "Grafton ' Examiner," for ejeven years'. " . He was a' well known contributor ..o.f verse and..jinp;le to' the metropoli tan and' country press, his efforts in this direction beinfr. irreatly,appre ciated- b.v'a wide circle of friends.

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

[ineeringOiitfits buildcti of niodfajaj It offers icles etc Tlin' m^v" b^UB'; a,l!* and ,wot#lng mitcMncs, vc inado of both woo?l Sid EJ£?,V numb^r,of *«» dwlgnod park., moclola can bo C » from vhlch a greater, variety of uhould bp tho nrI.H i - other constructional toys. . (EVcry boy *««?:«!? with ierleci- mVi. Vl . .V* "W"! Outfit-lia'. call, then build imrtA in iiii- ! models of the rcrtl thing, \iainc Tyopd dwl metal positions. . Each With' a JUNI°OR°cy I"','T ^''rattinn ^anua?.' JUNIOR Contains 67. Wood and Metal paHa NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. 122 140 267 473 649 800089 I N' LONDON. . w. F. GILBERT 6/ 8/6 12/6 25/ 45/ 63/ Ifewart's ASTHMA Mi KssXges S^fe^CSK?F THE BRONCHrAL A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. In nil cases of ASTHMA.and BRONCHITIS -mil .be. found moat owy at Stewart's PhaFmacy XMG.iWE158. 4onbrr Orttr* »m*m rsmr tni nit tl« 0*m» D*r. issui The Young Go-operative Rolfer FloUr Mill Company, Limited, will receive Wheat at any Station or Siding in the Young District. WE WILL PURCHASE ...

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

SPORTS GROUND. (To the Editor) Sir.-I feel it incumbent upon me to draw the; attention of the Coun cil' anil members of the sporting bod ies to the general condition of the Young Sports Ground. The grass anil weeds in tile playing nren are long and thick making it difficult for a batsman to score and the fieldsmen to field. The fact that only 210 runs was scored by Burrangong and Bulla Greek from 11.45 a.m. to 0 p.m. (including two boundary hits) isi surely sufficient evidence of the | bad state of the ground. I do not I propose to say much about the outer 1 and inner oval ferteu* suffice it to say that both are on the downward grade. Sporting bodies as rule are enthusiastic, onergetic and not lack ing in initiative. Surely those in terested including the Council can evolve some scheme whereby the ftYoung Sports Ground may be made equal if not better than any in the cciuntr'v. Other places Of interest 1 -the Park, and Bowline Ureen arc 1 a credit to the town-why not the . Sports Gro...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. BRIBBAREE COMBINED GOLD MINES (N.L.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

MINING. BRIBBAREE cbWBINED' GOLD . MINES (N.L.) . Tlio' directors are culling the share-' holder^ together on Thursday Dec.' 6, Ir. order thai' the" shareholders may lur.-c the, opportunity; of ,eqtittrmln§ their aiipointmbiit- or'otliemiae be fore doing arty extensive wovlt at the mine.' Soon after the' formation of !!'(> company tlie directors; in com-, liany wltli' tlio mine manager, visited lh« mine mid decided to at once com mence . the' filnlcmg of «' winze from llie |)0tttim level, so tlint' tliey njight i BHt.q better lilt(a of the:iiii> nndstrorid 'Mi ti{e Mif!'1>ef<>re laying 'ilown-V de Vnit'e policy for the'future. >, Should :t|iu !i)re(ienl 'directors bo re-elected, 'I! is their. intention to push alonR with development work as quickly in poii.silija' iHoforo iiistiilllnj,' aii ox tl:uBlve plant tliey iiiteriil .tp open ui> ilif mine onnielenUy it) determine to >tsome extent t!io»lze,of iiluiit that, will lie. uecas3u.!'y. A commencement ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
7 Millions. Loss in Wages Through Strikes [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

7 Millions. . Loss in. Wages Through j i Strikes; . i I According to the aunuul (Labor i iron of tiici (Commonwealth (Labor Iturcau census statistics from to 1922, there were industrial disputes in Australia, involving; 651.02-9' workers. Thd estimated loss in wages was £7,056,331.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Clem Hill in Sydney. Test Cricket Matches. BRISBANE'S REQUEST [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Clem Hill in1 Sidney. Test. Cricket Mgt'che's. BRiSBAIVIE'S REQUEST-( . syilimy1'ycHtorilay for; |liL f,irst tlmi! in' loir yoarH.. » thriv Ml A. N'olilc iiinlAvunvicK.Arm roiip. mid' to-ulghl. accompanied l>. Mi'- 'Syil (.smith ;"r; s^ttsws^isfe there' next time the EnRUsh un visits AuatniHa.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Meat Shortage. Feared in Adelaide. STRIKE OF MOTOR DRIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Meat Shortage. . Feared' in Adelaide. STRIKE OF MOTOR DRIVERS Motor drivers, employed* byj '.VIolropolKnii Abattoirs Mould. Aue» InMo. have Htr-iick. There avJH lie a Hetious HhorUiffo-of liient If tlio HtriKo continues, us no Killing will he per mitted In tho metropolitan area. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lower Freights. Reduced Railway Charges. OPERATE NEXT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Lower Freights. Reduced- Railway j Charges: OPERATE' NEXT; WEEK Mr. Mall, IMiniHtur for.ilfcillways, an rioimtu;«l lust night that khte:'HU:oimtive hurt approved . oC Ihe issue bv the Hallway ConunlHsioncrs of a riivi.MtMl railway uuiichanrtiHo ami live Htocrk rat us book. This comet* into operation on Be i;K)ii1)(.>r 5th, and involves important roilni'tions. It is proposed to carry traffic at lower rates. irrespective of which direction it' is conveyfedi

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Assets. Affairs of C. J. De Garis. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

No Assets. Affairs of C: J. Dfe Garis. A Perth telegram says the inquiry into the affairs of the Kemlenup Fruit (Packing ICoiupuny aiid *thc de Gat in Dcve'lopriient' Co., Jjtrt., lias commen ced; . , . The trustee of the estate deposed j that the inquiry showed that de Gnris ?? notf had ho assets. }

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Political Entente. NEGOTIATIONS STILL GOING ON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Political1 Entente.' ; NEGOTIATIONS' STIliL GOING ON : j iN'egotiatioiis are stil: lin progress j for an entente between the Progres-. ?sives' anil' tlie Government. Inter-1 view's with 'Dr. Karl Page .-by Sir Geo.'. Fuller anil Mr. iBhixner are regard oil lis significant. There was also a great deal'of conferring between Min isters anil I'rbgresslve riiembers at tiie House last night, before the loan (.'stimuli's were introduced, which were some hours later than had been intended.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Adelaide. TO ACCOMPANY BRITISH SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

The Adelaide. ACCOMPANY B'RItisH SQUADRON. The Australian cruiser Adelaide, ? manned ami officered by Australians, 1 will accompany the British touring .squadron during the lust half of the world cruise. and will then remain in,j lSriKlish wutors for a brief, period, re-»| turning via the Suez Canal.

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

Roseberry Ponies. TOI-0AY'S: WINDERS'. Wiiinerrf LIT 'ITOSUBIJRIY <I'urk ponies TO ilay WF'IV: - 14.0 HANDICAP-51- furs. IUTTMC IXA. M;O 1 UTILE BUNDIT, 7.10 - :I'FLIIN(!YCTLE,.9.U .. 3 Winner. 7/4. ?FLYING HANDICAP-About 6 furs. First Division. LADY POPINJAY. 8.12 .. .-. .. .. 1 linc:k» Dove. S.10 '. . . * Upstart, 7*10 $ Wnncr» 4/1. Second Division. GAU3L, 7.!) 1 Hurry, 7.10 2 I.atlv 'lironzlim, 7.10 Winner. 6/1. Third Division. HIUXOHKO 'WYNX. 7.8 1 liliki? iMiinur, 7.8 Alainilsl, 7.51 . ?Wliiner,rl2/1. Fourth Division. MISTRESS BIDDY. 7.7 . .. .. .. Kn Donoglitio, 7.7 Hop Off. 7.7 Winner. 4/1. Fifth Division. KUGEl-'MAN, 7.7 Cyro, 7.7 Kven, 7.7 . . ? ' Winner. 7/4. i4'.i HANDICAP-About 6 furs. First Division. SI'A'itK OA!'. 7/12 C'arriia. 7.11:: Viiioia. 7.9 Wlnnur, eveim. IIONZO.VETTE. 7.!l ........... 1! Little Gem, 7.U 2 ! .HIIHIHiii, 3 | Winner. 7/4. | NOVICE HANDICAP-1 mile. j First Division. MICK IE. 8.2 l! Hoyal .Gmml, 7.10 2 1 C»U:irHono, 7.1S . . 3 ! Winnnr, ...

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

Racehorse Owner Divorced. At ll'erth Court Alice .Julia Con nolly yesterday obtained a divorco from her husband Patrick Andrew Connolly, n well known West Aus tialian racehorse owner* <>n the ground of his adultery with a younj? woman named Madpe Boyd, about 'J'J. who lived with him at Ma.iestir Mansions, Melbourne. *xs his niece. The suit was undefended.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ballot Box Inquiry. EVIDENCE TO BE MADE PUBLIC [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Ballot- Box Inquiry. EVIDENCE TO BE MADE PUBLIC Mr. A. C. Willis states that ho I I will endeavour to facilitate the bal-| i hit box appeal hearini: by the A.li.I Federal Executive. All evidence must, however, be taken on oath. The committee did Hot desire to J make the* evidence public, but its hand has been forced.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ptomaine from Mutton. TWO MEN SERIOUSLY ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Ptomaine from Mutton. TWO' MEN SERIOUSLY, ILL. A eablb to-day frorjn Wellington 1 (N.Z.) states that six-men; employ-j ed at the Charlton Park Estate, Ota- I jrn, were seized with ptomaine prison j ing* after breakfasting on Jiiutton. THe carcase had been* hunfr outside over the week-end. :[Two men are, in a serious, condition! / I

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