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Sydney Scorched. PECULIAR ATMOSPHERIC DISTURBANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Sydney Scorched. PECULIAR ATMOSPHERIC DIS TURBANCE. Aided by yesterday's peculiar at mospheric' change* when the hottcist November day in Sydney for fifteen years was experienced, fire and wind gusts did a "Considerable amount of damage in the metropolitan area. A j church wall was blown in. Fires, j occurred in many suburbs; and a ?, number oj* casualties are reported. A fireball fell at Kockdale.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fire Near Women's Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Fire Near Women's Hospital. A lire at I'addinictou at midnight seriously endangered the Women 8 ifosliitai, where-13 pre-mateniity pa tients wore hurriedly removed with out panic.

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

! OVERSEA WHEAT POSITION. | i Lindlev Walker C'n-Op. wneai. Company's Special Wheal report: Our London cable to-day reads as follows: "Australian wheat Januar.v .shipment valued forty-four anil nine pence. Demand now slow but sea son's nurchases hitherto exceeded ex nectations especially in the Orient. Smaller shipments expected soon but .shipments are likely to be large Jan-, uarv onward. American exchange steadier facilitating Canadian busi ness." Larger shipments from Jan uarv onward referred to in this cable means that Argentine and, Australian shipments are expected to increase, but it is a little too early to say whether Argentine shipments will be as large as forecasted at present. It remains to be seen what the final outturn of the, harvest will be.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
47 Miles an Hour. Adelaide to Melbourne Motor Record. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

47 Miles an Hour. Atteiaide to Melbourne Mbtor : Record. Norman Smith. I,f ^'(,m'5' \ i',*1 an ,IEhs«X carj y»ist«nlny loworoil tun Artelaliltr lo jlHllmunu' roconl l>y .'!) iiiiiutrtK, to'isl litiiiro -1 "Y;r imliiR 17 mllliK iin linui' for r.»G miles. Tor nvur 300.miles »r tlm Jmirnoy Hie car wont through 'Irivlng ruin.

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

CALDWELL CUP. I THUDDUNGRA V. BR1BHAHLL. The above teams met on Saturday last on the hitter's wicket and played for the Caldwell.Clip. After a very exeitiwr finish the name resulted ijj a tie; the scores hemp; <15' each. Thuddunuru batted first, opening with Starr and Byrne to the bowling of Sliarrock and1 Caldwell. Disas ter came early, Byrne beinj; run out when the score stood at .'I. A. Mc Killop lilled the vacancy and after storing X, hit oiie from Sliarrock on to his wicket. I'1. Durham .followed and when he had made 7 cut one Crom Caldwell oh to his wicket, sir Tliudduwu'a seemed to have left all their luck at home. 0. Sandersoii topped the scoije' with 20. Shnv l'ock and Caldwell dill the bowling. Bribharee opened .with MacKean and Sliarrock to the bowline of Per kins and Byrne. Disaster soon over took Kribbiiree, for in Byrne's sec ond over, McKean drove a fast ris littt hall hard at' .W'cKillop, in slips. topped the scoru with 11 runs. I1. CoKhlan 12, \V. Caldwel...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Possible Bankruptcy. FACING AUSTRALIA SAYS MR. WINDEYER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Possible Bankruptcy. FACING AUSTRALIA SAYS MR. WINDgYER. Mr. It. Windeyer. K.C.. in "" ad dress before the Millions Club in .Sydney last ni^ht, declared that this country is faced with the possibility of bankruptcy.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Across Australia by Air SYDNEY TO ADELAIDE SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 28 November 1923

Across Australia by Air SYDNEY TO ADELAIDE SERVICE Mr. How-den, Minister for Defence after an inspection «»f l"e. Mnscot Aerodrome yesterday, stated he hop ed the Adeiaidu to Sydney air pas senger service would start soon, when additional planes .ol!"crejJ,, 1,1 England had been certified. These are due to arrive here in about six months. Meanwhile, the Company will use the planes whirh are alrenuy here.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARL'S BROTHER GOES BANKRUPT. GAMBLING THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

EARL'S BROTHER GOES BANKRUPT. GAMBLING THE CAUSE. I.DNDOX, Nov. 2S:--X'yril August us Ward, brother of the Uinii ot IJuiI* ley, formerly 'Uovernor^General of Australia, stated in his public, exumiu: ation in bankruptcy that his liabili ties were £3i»67 and his assets £57. His bankruptcy was due to gambling at ehemin de fer. The debtor said he hail assigned his Interests In his father's will to bis wife in 19,1*4 in eon sideration of her paying his debts, amounting to lH'fuOOO* Since then she had given Iiim £500 u year. li'&Tll Augustus Ward is the third brother of'r.he Karl of Dudley. iHo was born In 1S7G, . and joined .tlie naw, rising to' the rank of Ouptaiu ; in ifi'IJi. Jle. married the J3aroucss ? Irene de Uiienen in 1301. ,

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hunger Striker's Body Remarkable Scenes in Cork. BISHOP REFUSES CHRISTIAN BURIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

Hunger Striker's Body Remarkable Scenes in: Cork. BISHOP REFUSES CHRISTIAN BURIAL. LONDON, Nov. -,28.- (Reuter): Remarkable scenes were witnessed in Cork on.the arrival of. the body of Denis Barry wl.o died after hunger striAinR in Ihc- internment camp. Bishop <C.olahan refused to. allow the" remains to enter the Roman Catholic Church and interdicted all relicious exercices on the ground t.iat Irish J.tcijui lieanism was a wic ked and . insidious nttlick on the I'hurch, Whoso law deprived Chris tian burial'to anyone taking his own life. The body was Uio^efoi'u taken ?to the robms of the Sinn Fein exec utive. :.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wealthy Estate. PROBATE DUTIES. £915,000. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

Wealthy Estate. PROBATE DUTIES. £915,000. LONDON, Nov. 28.-The late Na thaniel' Rothschild left an estate worth two and a quarter millions sterling-, on which probate duties amounting to £915,000 are payable. He left £10,000 to the British Mus eum to pay the salary oi" a custodial, of his collection of parasjtic insects. -Renter.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CABLES. Extraordinary Murder Case. Fate of Drummer Ellis. TIED WITH ROPE AND LEFT TO DIE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

TO-DAY'S CABLES Extraordinary' Murder Case. Fate of Drummer Ellis. TIED WITH ROPE AND LEFT TO DIE. ;i:OMDON, Nov. 2S>-All extraordiii iipy murder ruse was brought to a eoneluslon Unlay when Lance'U>rpjir* al Albert Edward Uearuley, of the U'leesterKhlre !tf;«tin«»nt. wa.s senten red to death Tor murder of 'Drum mer Jatuos Frederick Ullis, whose remains were found IN a eopse at Uoui; Vnlley, Aldwshot, about t!io etui of September. AreuHed in his evidence fluid hills objected to his iMiirtiiiK a AIish storey, anil mail*' offensive remanot so the prisoner decided to punish him lie persuaded thtr drummer to piny at 'Indians, and nllow himself to be tied with a rope. told deceased ho would retutn and untie him, but lie was prevented from returning next day, and theh did nut think it worth troubling over. The police ffiiv ? vlili'iico that no* mase'd's brother ami mother wore in mate.* of an asylum. Tho unfortunate drummer was mur dered about Slay i::'., hut Ills remalnK wore nut iH...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED INSULT TO SHOW JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

I.u X -F .' ' ,}*? ALLEGED INSULT, TO SHOW k; ?'JUDGE/' ?? ? " : i On thc: report; of one of the nn({; (stewards nt the recent show, who, Bthteilahat.the'judpro in tne'';«ecti«n hadr'--"n insulted' by an . exmblW . the 'committee of,the Young Py. ««« A. 'Society: this afternoon - dociflerJ that' the jiDrsoti in <|ucstion be vail ed'-upon to show cause why fie J should not he Uiaquplilied.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW DODGE CAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

NEW: DODGE CAR!' There , is ? n run ,t>h Dodge . ears, the new jnodel. being very attractive, a« illustrated and explained; wher<*'in-this issue. Mr. G. Wat son. 'Young agept, has .already this week, booked UP .(,i;ders for, uv? oi therfe"inuch!improyed .cars. x'Altlpl i t ..'> jr.-*- i' ' a . v. ».

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT TOPICS. A NATIONAL LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

j CURRENT TOPICS. NATIONAL LOSS. The death of Ills il.onlship i>t\ (Jul lairher removes front our midst a per sonality, who filled liis important of fice wiih u dignity that commanded : tin* respect (if alt ctliissK*--* and cr«*cd*. 1 The diocese of (ioiillMirn Millers a | meat loss, tttitl the <*fuh»U«' Church i hrs itist a champion of flic first wai-j e;\ \vliO*e place will Hut ?.itsily he filled. Australia has lost one oL* I t'.o jnvi.test scholars, for ili» \uu> hi*h* i cp v.a:- known from one ..ml of this , tcameni to the other as .» man of 1 p:\)'ni;nd learning. to as* ! with the philosophers of tin-, i earJieM uses, ami in ili**ir writing! h»» was always deeply int'MVMpd. Al- : thonuh never failing to tal;«- his stand { on the side hn «:on«*i*iv*«il t.» hi* riubt, ; the l:«ti« Or. (iallaj:her will always he > remembered as a man oi v«-ry broad ; views. never refusing to anyone the ; liKhl to hold u different (.pinion. Iloj was always outspoken in Iris con*...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

PERSONAL; Mrs. W- Reid,who has-been an innate of the Sacred Heart Hospi tal. .sufferinc-.Ironua serious ill nesH, has now sufficiently recovered as to bo able to leave that institution, and hope's to -be about again in a few ?dayrf. ? .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RECENT STATE CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

THE RECENT STATE CRISIS. I The crisis thai was not a crisis has passed, and another looms up like n thunderstorm in drought time. i . However. the people tin not want an j 1 election, ami evidently neither do th« i ! politicians, so thorn. Is not much dan- ; j ger of any more? coming out o! tlio j looming crisis than out of the past I o:»e. It is now very evident that l-io l;rogrossives are becoming din- I uuiat'ied with the Government's inac- i Uviiy-and mvt .mue»^Ym'der, forL'rhe' big things that wore promised at Inst election are being forgotten. The j present administration, for thai is i re.iliv what they arc and not a ,TOV- j eminent, seems coutout lo leave i thl)}i;.s as they are. and waste Its time tinkering witJi legislation of any iliiiur l:ut » useful character. Couti* .-.ry i-roplo expected at least that the I prr,!j]cm of land' settlement would I have l«een attacked, and at any rate, something done. To date nothing of. a unvueal character has been done in this regard, a...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

TO-DAY'S SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. Potatoes, unchanged. Onions, new Globe.. 10/; Silverskins JJs to iOs. Chaff, wheaten old 7s, new Gs to fi/«;.oaten £"> 7s 6d: lucerne to 9s. Hay. lucerne, small bales 8s to >10s 6d, large 7/0 to X/0; oaten 10/15. Maize. African yoi.'tw 5/11 to 0/; nft%& 'untihar.tfcl.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JOKE OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

THE JOKE OF THE .WEEK. Undoubtedly t'aptain JChaplain Wil son has furnished the joke of 1 Jio week by the founding of the K.K.K. in Sydney, under the new name of the 'Anglo-Saxon Klen. Kverybudy now is anxiously waiting the donning of the nightshirts and hoods, and the saddling of the fiery steeds that are to carry this formidable army-Just exactly where nobody seems to Immv. However, nothing appeals to some people like something new. and no thing appeals to others like a hit of limelight. It is very evident Unit the rev, gentleman, who is interest ing himself so diligently in the estab lishment of this Khm is one of tii« latter, else be would have long since discarded the high-sounding' titio of captain chaplain-now nothing inno than an empty title. Australia had a numerous army of captain chaplain* but this !h one of the few men who have stuck to the title five year.* after ulie war. "Perhaps the row gentleman has visions of performing all the. functions of captain chaplain to bis...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

TO-DAY'S HOMEBUSH SALES. _ j Forty thousand sheen were penned at Hom.»bush sales to-dav. Values for prime ruled firm, the pri ces'for all other aorts being easier. Thirty ":~H hundred, cattle were ! yarded; and the market generally I was lower.-Winoivombe Carson T. d | [ report. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLENDNEEM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

? WALLEN EfB EE W (From our Correspondent.) A mission is bring held in WaJloml- ] been in connection with the Konum Catholic: .Church. The attendance at each service is large. Mr. Alexander, who has been a re* shlent here for sonic time has decid ed to try his. fortune in the Gosford district. lEvoryone wishes him well. He is one of the originul Anzacs, and i went right through tho war, being j head oi' a camel corps in Egypt for | a considerable time. Wifllendkeen tennis players play Nubba a return match on Saturday. Tho trucking yards at tho local station are not large enough, and de lay Ih caused from time to time' through the small number of yards. Our members may see to this, matter. Demondrillo JCIC. defeated Wallcud boon on Sunday. The Country 'Women's Association social, held in tho local hall, was a financial success. |

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