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GLAISNOCK WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

GLAISNOCK WOOL. At the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Coy's, wool sale thia week the "GlaisnocV clip of fered on behalf of Mr. Chas. Crich ton (Younir) realised un to 302d for AA, 28W for AAWR and H; 251d for A pieces; lDld for Bels; lOtfd for'A lambs.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHEAP TRAINS IN DECEMBER. WHEN THE SCHOOLS "BREAKUP." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

CHEAP TRAINS IN DECEMBER. WHEN THE SCHOOLS "BREAK UP." A preliminary announcement ap pears in our business columns this issue from the Railway Commission ers, setting out that an extensive ser ies of special cheap excursion trains will run from all Country Districts in mid-December. As usual, the Commissioners have made arrange ments'for the departure, of these cheap trains from country districts to synchronise with the dittos of tha closing of ,public schools and oth er educatfona lestablishments for the Christmas vacation. . This will be the last series of special cheap excursion trains this year in fulfil ment of the Commissioners' now pol icy of giving more frequent oppor tunities to country people to travel at cheap excursion ratqs. Later in the month there will be other ex cursion trains, but it is pointed out that the series of trains now an nounced will be the last at which travel can be had at the specially low rate of single fare for the dou ble journey. From the Southern ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.H. HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. PLEASANT AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

HOSPiTAL CARNIVAL PLEASANT AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. The long anticipated c«.rnlval, or rardcn r«i«, }n aid of ihe Sacred it Hospital, was held under favor able wnUiir conditions last night on the hospital grounds, and was a pro nounced success, both financially and f.'.c'sttiy. Tlu- function wan very largely attended, amongst those pre .sent being visitors from Wombat. Kingfvule and other nuishbovhig cen tre.*. An amusing and mirili-provok in?« lenture of the evening was the wedding patty and attendant**, wluuo general "get-up" and .solemn posing in the procession caused endless lauehter along the whole. length of i the route. In this connection "Togo" 1 ' Wiirf the central figure. uurt fulfilled his characterisation of the dusky I raUgioom to perfection. The pro ce,sfoi; was headed hy thu Town f-'tuid, which played several fine inar ches en row to, and afterwards ren | dered nu excellent musical pro i graiijno 011 the hospital grounds. I Needless to say everyone, present I boll, ti...

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

The Hustlers Introductory Sale Makes Prices STUNNERS IN SOCKS | SAVINGS IN SHIRTS. MEN'S SLACK COTTON SOX . Per Pair-4Jd. j MEN'S ALL WOOL BLACK i CASHMERE SOX-1/9. I MEN'S GREY & TAN SOX Per pair-6d. ' MEN'S BLACK HAWLEY DYE i SOX-1/3 per pair. ' MEN'S BLACK SOX, with ! Fancy Clox-1/5 pair. i MEN'S BLUE WORK SOX-per I pair-8d. MEN'S BLUE & BROWN DUN GAREE TROUSERS-3/6 pair. MEN'S DARK TWEED TROU SERS, with neat stripes. Were C/11 and 8/6. NOW-4/11 pair. I MEN'S BROWN DRILL j COATS .... 3/11 each! YOUTHS' DARK TWEED 3 PIECE SUITS, long trousers 29/11 the Suit. MEN'S BRACES, strong make. Per Pair-1/6. MEN'S WHITE HANDKER CHIEFS. full siie-4!d. each. MEN'S SILK BROAWAY TIES. Each-1/-. MEN'S MERCERISED WHITE TWiLL SHIRTS, collar and pocket-3/11 each. MEN'S HARVARD WORK SHIRTS, with collar and pock et-3/11 'each. GIFTS IN GOLF SHIRTS. MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS, which come in Woven Stripe Zephyrs and Cambrics, In attractive pat terns-all sizes MSN'S DARK .TWEED 3-PISOd SUITS, Tro...

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

Fruit Distribution. A GRIFFITH SCHEME. I . The secretary or Uh» (irltHtli Pro- J dncers Cooperative Coy.. Ltd.. (fruit i section) writes;- 1 "We would be pleased if you would give this company's fruit distributing scheme Home jvulilirfty through your news columns. As the time gets nearer, we shall lie giving dates nud towns whore fruit will he sold. Our .objective is to «ivo tl».: public fruit direct from tin* grower, hoping that by cutting out the middleman, and thereby reducing the cost to the con sumer, n fnr greater consumption of fruit will take plnee. As our name | implies, v nil our shareholders are! growers. * With the assistance of (he tall way authorities, our scheme is I to run a itiJl truck of fruit to a cer-1 tain rallwa^ station. From that [ point it will he opened, and small > parcels of fruit (about 28lhs.) will 1 be sold for cash ,to the buyers pre sent during the -fifteen minutes or ! so that the train may bo there. :\t' the next station siding sales will he rep...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cowra Woman's Accident. CHOPPED HER THUMB OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

Co^ra Woman's cident. CHOPPED HER THUMB OFF. Whilst -Mrs. It,,..,.,. UyuI, or T Kiiln, Cowrii. Wi,s .,.utl|Ilf, u". Iiuol orr "IIP (If h,T Nlint-s sho wn liimipuil fi'mn 111 liitnl l,v ,m(. "f u,,. L'liililrco, jvltli Hi.. ,v,.i,It tli"i thi* | tonuilmwh Rli]>i>i'ii i,nil cut Iiit l.-rt tliumb HO HGVCfilv ,llllt It Jlilll I,, 1,0 ! nmimtateil. ii.. h an Inmate <11 thi? Cowrn. Distr.Vr Hospital, mm |> recovering as r.ipMly sis cjin ho »».v jiueteil from Imt unplwisum o.\m»rr cnce.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTER-SCHOOL SPORTS. COWRA v. YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

; irifER-SCHOOL 'SPORTS. ; COWRA v. YOUNG. I To-morrow, njprnjnp: A .party pi Children from,. the. .Cowrn Districi. [ School . \v 1U arrive at Vounp by the I 6.4.51train. They will be taken bv local: children to breakfast,, and at | 9 o'clock the teniiis match will com inence at Burranftons; Courts. Dui' injt.i^iorninjr .tea, the Headmaster of Ypunjr'jpistqct ,Schol, Mr. G A. Cu«t<;Ha .' w<jk'omc.i<v,utile visitors After dinner, .the .boys'cricket'match will 'tfikeinlace/ on thc Younp crick11' croiii(a:;<«|u)Vt;(ie>eijils'^Vifriiro .match wjlj; IjcrttfnBcJktfiU <|n(thQfacliool\aports ground.; 1'At;'0'.30 rp.ni! n bunqui&t will be'tendered, the visitors in the |hql(i(fipT.SSCjraHl^llqfe^ v, tyall> from 7.50>to I 0:30 ^y.Hw.u iter /which' the I visU&si'^IfllfiiiHjffor' hornet by the llOVjieSpinm^nlfVr'V.'r'N, ''" t k .» ?im : \ I'.''V : '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN STOCK SALES. Wednesday, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

GOULBURN STOCK SALES. ] . Wednesday, November 28. i\Y\ U. Wlieatfey report-An aver uge.yaidinn of fat sheep, about equal .to butcherVretfiiirenlents, and prices were about equal it» last week. Sales included merino -wethers a/c A. I*. 'Wade, Cuirnburrama, to -25/6, and missbred ewes 10 conielaick ewea, a/c Charles \VilIiams.( Uruna. to IS/ti; eomelmck ewes a/e \V\ ami' A. AlctCieodi, (itillivel, to lil/ti merino wethers at 22/» and shorn hunbs at 21/-. Fat Cattle:-The yarding was heavier than usual'und rather in ox cess of .bulehers'. requirements, but prices held well at about last week's level for prime «|tia!fty weight beef, whieh was worth 15/- per 100 lbs., and upwards. Other finalities were cheaper. Sales included steers a/u f?c/i Moss, .Durliigton I'oiut, to XJ.0 1C7-. cows to £13/17/6, and. choice milers at JL10/H2/G': prime steers «/e A. P. Wade, 'Currahurrama, to £11) 15/'; steers a/e 13. A. .'[ 'alien, GrilfUlt, at £8/-l!!/?«»: eows a/o W. and A. Sfreole, Jorllderie, to i...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kerosene Shale Discovery. IN NORTHERN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

Kerosene Shale Dis covery. IN NORTHERN N.S.W. Jt was mentioned in the "Daily . Witness" a few weeks ago that an.« ex-prospector now residing at Younjj' some years ago accidentally discov ered A deposit of herosene shale in,. Tin Valley, in North-Eastern N.S.W. .. The discoverer of the shale* some time prior to coming to Young, in formed his brothers of the existence of the deposit in question, and dis- - closed its location to them, with the. result that, after thoroughly pros pecting the locality, they secured a claim of 500 acres. Samples of the shale were recently treated 'in Sydney and the contents were analy- . sed by experts arid found to contain crude petroleum and various subsid iary products; A company. was formed about two months ago for the purpose of working the oil field, ? with a capital of £10,000 in 1000 shares of £10 each, a large amount of which have already been allotted,' and the company is being registered . in .Sydney thts week, information to that effect being...

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

I SCOURED WOOL RECORD. At tlio J?y<Iuev wool sales yesterday scoured merino wool sold to per lb.,'which in a record for the season.

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

jBHaEaBBHaEiaaiiGnttsaiiiiSBEiiiaiflunuuaiSBisBuautefi I SPECIAL I Crockery Reductions. 5 BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT ? ' TILL THE LAST WEEK. ? WiriTO & GOLD CUPS & SAVOURS-per dozen .. .. .. 8/G B WHITE .t (JOLD ODD GUI'S -nur dozen G/0 H «LST RXOL1SH DlNWGIt PLATES- (mr dozen 13/ a jiKST K.vwusi/r miss but plates--it iio-.en ...... u/r, ? .-JICST Ii.iud H PL sVTKS-j t?r dozen 7/ ? Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/G ? BOY HERE AVI SAVE MONEY 1 J. W. T. CHANT £ Co. a HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. ? 2 PHONE 25. YOUNG. Public Notice MESSRS f. & D. NOMJOYLB de aire to notify tbe public th*t thir bate jMt Installed an np-to-dat« Rubber Tyring: Machine and are now in a position to fit Tyres WHILE YOU WAIT, inquire for onr prlcM before placing an order elsewhere. XUL CLASSES OF VEHICLES lfADB TO OBDH^. RTJIBBBR TYHED SULKIES A SPECIAI/Df. F. AND D. NORMOYLE THOSE 2Bi LOVBLE-STRHOT TOUNO. BABY MEGGS Age 11 months. No Fretfulness or Sleeplessness MRS. \...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GROGAN. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

GROGAN. (From Our Correspondent.) ,7!io folfowfUK Is the rosttlt of a cricket mulch played between L,iitle Xarraburra and Carumbl last Sunday on tho former's wicket. 'Canimbi won by Im) runs. Scores: WTTLK .VARR A If (JffilflA.-il). 'Sflfc, b A. Forbes, 1; A. Frater, I) Forbes, «{; JJ. Frater, b J. 'Foley, I; .1. AleDor uiott. <. Frewin b Foley, 1-': J. tSltk. b Foley. 0; Prater, b Foley, 0; T. Coleman, b (.'renin, 0; K'&im Frator, I) (Hamilton. 3; I). Kennedy, b O. Cron in. 1: rH. Hums. njjt out 2: H. Suther land. b Cronln, 1. Total-22. .Howling: A. Forbes, 2/0; .f. Foley, 4.'U: O. 'Croiiln. 'A/2; H. JlamiUon, 1/2: JJoyd. 0/2: "n. Foley, 0/0. r. .uoyii, b a sim, 10; J. Foley, b J. Silk. 1; O. Cronln. b 15, Frater, 21: A. Forbes, b T. Cole man. "2; I*. Foley, b J. MeUormott, fJ; A. de 'HrJU, b .1. Silk. 0: II. .1. H.'iWil!"!), not out, :W>: .1. Medloelc, b r-'yine. 1: (F. Fannt, b H. Syme, 0: 5. Fp v.iu. o and b li. Syme, 1; ,f. .Sl;«an. fi J. -McOprmott, 0; su...

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

RETURN THANKS. fllEORGE, -VVTLb and iLIUAN RASH*' AM wish to thank rDr. Purchna, Matron, Sinters imtl 'Nursing Staff ot the BjD. Hospital for their kind nt« tention whilst patients in the hospital.

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

SUMPHRE? BISHOP COY. fi most enthusiastic audience in the Strand Theatre. Young, last night greeted the Humphrey-Bishop Comnmy on the first visit to. Young. All'tlie press reports of this wonder full'copppany were fully .sustained, and theatre goers of Young enjoyed . theC best entertainment of its kinii presented to them for many years.. Moreover, it was clean, and bright, and there was not a dull moment throughout the lengthy programme There were 'l'l performers, and'eacli one is a .star in his or her- particul ar line. The jazz orchestra1 alone was worth the price of admission. Mr.'.'Bishop himself was not able-to. conduct it,' having boon, called to Sydfiey yesterday lowing to illness jn!;his family. Will Gilbert, the comedian of the company, had the audience frequently convulsed with laughter ami his turns wqre funny in the extreme. George Ross was another popular artist. lie did many clever things at the piano, including the playidK'uf "Yankee IJooille" and "British (Jienadier...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTORING. Improvements in Dodge Bros. Cars Receive Enthusiastic. Approval. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

MOTORING. Improvements in Dodge Bros. Cars Receive Enthusiastic. Approval. Marked Improvement In. appear ance and comfort: is apparent ;jnT the new line of -Dodge Brothers {Motor. Cars. -Hundreds rof,'dealers are^now supplied with idlspl^y. cars of the;new type, and, fromi'^eyery. source '.the- tuc* tory is receiving reports of enithuslas tic approval;byrrthe public. .. While the basic characteristics of the familiar Dodge Brothers ,cars of accent days are still, presentjithere is an air of distinctiveness\thafcVsur-, pass'es all previous [efforts of this* con* cent to build'ri moderately priced car of commendable appearance as/ well as quality. v.r- , i! . The wheelbase is a trifle longer, the springs changed to semi-elliptical type are underslung, and Increased from 45 to 55 inches1 In length. . ' ! All the features.so popular with the Public to day are embodied in. the de sign, of the. complete line, which in cludes a touring car, roadster,! coupe two types of sedan, and screen s...

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

CUTTING UP THE COMMON. fAt the Young P. and A. Society's meet in tr this afternoon it was state th$t at .the "'present time the remain ing area of the Vounc. Commons is h<>|nc; surveyed by the Government surveyor into live acre blocks for settlement. Recently a larffu .'ire., ofJthe Common was granted for racceourse. ' a i . - .'

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Potatoes from W.A. SHIPMENT HELD UP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

-Potit^s itbjxif^X. t SHIPMENT HELD UP. ' A large,potato'shipment fromjjfosj Australia for, Brisbane Is . held t|P<|In Syiuev owlug to the qortkqrn States prohibition ot Importiitlons owl>ig;;to tho rintlerpest outbreak. j . v rf h .; l ?

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

COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. __ | Wheat 4/ . Klour £11. 'Bran ] | £7/5/. ? Pollard £«/»/.. j

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shooting of Sergeant Clarke. Constable Shannon on Trial. THE BATHURST SENSATION [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

Shooting of Sergeant Clarke. Constable Shannon on Trial. THE BATHURST SENSATION .Robert Shannon, 30, police eon I stable, was charged at the Central Criminal Court to-day, before Mr. Justice Campbell, with having woun ded > Sergeant . Francis Clarke, of Bathurst, with intent to murder. Oh a second count he was charged with wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm. Mr., Coyle, IC.C., said the Grown suggested the shootoing was an act of a particularly desperate man, who committed a grave crime, because he was afraid of being dismissed from the force. The alleged shoot ing took, place at Bathurst and the trouble arose through Sergt. Clarke finding* a number of men, includ ing Constable Shannon in an hotel. ?Mri. Coyle then related the facta 01 the case which are now well known, regarding the conversatfoh between the two officers'and the sub sequent shooting. The trial is proceeding.;

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRANT HERVEY. Remarkable Letter to Coroner. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923

GRANT HERVEY. Remarkable Letter to Coroner. Tliu {Sydney City <'orouur yesterday received a remarkable Jnttor hIrihhI, "Xirunt .Madison liferv^y." ami writ ton from Coulhuru street, City. ,fn rhe f«»ttc*r the writer xatcl he in tended to commit suicide by shooting h/mself at doveiiy on Tuesday flight. The police conducted a thorough search n( clfo whole district yester day. bin tound nothing ID indicate' that th<- mail hacf commit!*'.! trtticid* there. The wilier, in the letter, stat ed he was scut to prison seven years ago for a crime which In? never com* [ mlttPf!, but which was committed by ! two of the? principal witnesses for the [ './rmvii. Since h/s release ho had been unable to #<>1 employment, be /rjp v constantly hounded, not by the police, but by "soulless curs who com prise 'he sub-human We/nent of Aus tralia." Another passage* In the letter reai): am weary, and resent wftli blaz inc I wry. the lot that lias been impos ed on me-the bur...

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