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CURRENT NEWS. TO WHEAT GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
, (CURRENT NEWS. TO WHEAT GROWERS. Attention is drawn "> this ibsue to an advertisement from the N.fa.W. Voluntary Wheat Pool Commit ec I.ttl. Within the next few ila.vs tht carnerinK of the new season s iv.icat harvest will be in progress, and growers will be exercising then minds as to wTuit to do wati tliy pro duct of their labours. The v&lt;,'u" tai-y P&lt;iolin« ».v»ten' '"'s. it is elnim ' ,lbv the SC.S.W. Voluntary Wheat Pool PomniitteoJ.td., durniK its two vuars 'of -operation, provided the jiistitkatiyn of its existence bv re turnini; to the irrowers the utmost bbaiimble value for their wheat, plus thfc'speeiilator's profits thrown in. Propaganda in some instances &lt;livcc ted iitrailist the pool is emanating front interested partus, but Brow t'VA would do well to bear in niliul the advantages accruing front the co-opfcative marketing of thm* pro ducts, and pool ..their wheat with the Voluntary Wheat *Pool.
THE REV. RAYMOND PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
TLE REV. RAYMOND PRESTON. ,The' llev.' Raymond I'reston, the. "Yorkshire preacher and singer, will commence n ten-days Mission in the vMjethodi.st church, Young, on Satur day niebt next at s.;w o'clock. On -Sanday next he will preach at 11 .a.m. and 7.'10 p.in. and will also sneak to men only at ^ p.m. Thu men's meeting will be followed by the monthly Men's Association Ton at|5.tf0 p.m. Mr. Preston's meet ings will continue every nijrht dur iirijr/jthe week, commencing at 8 .o'clock. On Saturday. December 8, VatS 8..H0 p.m. he will lecture, oiy ,,"6reat Athletes who. have been to tal 'abstainers.'' Mr,. VVeston him self* (las'been a well-known cricketer xrifh|a1 VI«V- On Sunday, Decembe 'fltpr.Mi*. Preston will again preach at^;llr'a;rn: and 7.30 p.m., and .iwillv conducV,;> ' meeting for women-folk at^4 His mission will conclude wjtl|.\a final rally on Monday, Dec-, ember J. 0 th at 8 p.m. Mr. i'restbh ,>tfUybe!:his own soloist. All mee£: 'inifcs nviil* be open to the public....
ST. ANDREW'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
ST. ANDREWS DAY. To-morrow is S. Andrew's Day. A .service will be hold in St- JoJjn\s Young*nt 7,30 to-morrow morning. ORANGE CHERRY CROP. . Whilst the on.hnrdJsts of Young have already many tons of cber rfes to the Sydney markets, and have veculved excellent returns, iho grow ers at Orange have only just started to plek. Writing y,.sn*rtiay the "Orange Louder" says: "This time last year .there wri«r»» loral Wierriea nh sale in fruit shops. but this year tJtey «re coflHfrfctiou.« by their «ib sdtice, owIiik to tli»* late frosts and linger winter. Still. some varlutioa, s ich an Karly Jean* and Lyons, have jfyened. mid have heeti sent to Syd ney. In tin? majority of eases, the ofterries do not seem to have grown 11/ the size thai usually obtains (ti tlie Orange dlsniri, anil the people who attend the "Home to Orange" celebrations will receive a surprise. .Add^d to this, the crop is much light' id than it has linen for y».ars.M
THE FAMILY DOCTOR. DYSPEPSIA AND ITS CURE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
THE FAMILY DOCTOR. DYSPEPSIA AND ITS CURE ft would seem almost unnecessary to mention the symptoms of dyspep sia, for thr.v are only too well l:nown Discomfort and fulness in the region of the stomach, flatulence, eructa tions a dirty tongue, heaviness and disinclination for exertion of any kind, latitude, and constipation ave some of the more common. Actual pain irem-rally indicates something more than dy5pepsia- an ulcer ol the 5tuMunh or an actual gastritis nor is tenderness on pressure a symp torn beside.-? must be mentioned-the morbid atmosphere of mind produc ed b.v dy.ncpsia. The subject imag ines and is convinced that he has pretty well every disease known to the facility. H'hen flatulence i.s pro nounced. ngain« the heart is embar rassed, and there are palpitation and .shortness of breath and cardiac din tress. Here the dyspeptic is sure that he has heart-disease, and will die of heart-failure into the bargain. A dose of sal volatile and pepper-1 mint will generally cure th...
Street Betting. GOULBURN CONVICTION. S.P. BOOKMAKER LAYS A WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
Street Betting. goulburn CONVICTION. S.P. BOOKMAKER LAYS A WINNER. A' fine of £20, 111 default, throG months' hard labor in (loulbum gaol was imposed on Henry Pidoux hy the Police Ma**vatc. Mr. Geo. It. Wiliams, . * che Goulbnrn Police court vestevda.v. Pidoux wi.s eausrht in the act oC takinsr of a bet on Kidlaw. winner of the Kurser.v ilurdicap at Itandwick, la*4. The bet was made in SJrane .-.'.root, J.tar the police sta tion . Pidoux, who was defended by Mr E. l'\.Thomas, pleaded not guilty. Sergeant Hooper said that shortly after 2 o'clock last Saturday he saw defendant in Sloanc street be tween the lock-up and Verner street, lie was speaking to two men and he had in his hand a note-hook. De fendant was making an entry in the book. Shortly afterwards witness came into Sloatie street from Verner street and saw defendant standing close to the Carlton hotel. Ht* still had the book. . When witness walk ed towards defendant the latter went into the bar. BACKED KiDLAW. Witness staled...
Accountant's Lapse. Flight from Crookwell. ALLAN AGAIN BEFORE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
Accountant's Lapse. Flight from Crookwell. ALLAN AGAIN BEFORE COURT. Lionel Allan, the bookkoco-1: f"i merly employed by Moruton McDon ald, of Crookwell, who is charged with the theft of a cheque valued at £11. the property of Moreton Mr Donald, was affain before Mr. G P. Williams, P.M., at the Goulburn Police Court yesterday. After formal evidence h.ad been taken Allan was further remanded o Crookwell, where he was to appear this morning. Constable Lee gave evidenca i:f having arrested Allen at the bririgo at North Goulburn. Allen tolo him that he was secretary and a share holder of the' firni of Moreton Mc Porald, Crookwell. Constable Lee said that wh'iii broached with the theft of the che aue for £11 defendant declined Uuis he could explain that.- He ox changed the cheque for monny cut of his own pocket. After talcing Alle]i to the lock-i.v, lie found the sum of £20 ISA? ir notes and silver on him. Alien said it was made up of his wage* and money he had saved. Sergeant Hooper sai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
STRAND THEATRE ATTRACTION!! POSITIVELY LAST APPEARANCE. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Mr. J. Kouvclls has flreat pleasure in presenting 'he Famous Enflllsh Humphrey Bishop Comedy & Operatic Coy. 23 TALENTED LONDON ARTISTS FULL ORCHESTRA AND BEAUTY CHORUS. Enthusiastic Crowds greeted the 'Company Last Night.; PRICES 5/5, 3/3, 2/2. Box Plan open at Payne's. DON'T MISS TO-NIGHT'S PERFORMANCE. Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE pa?STGTELsY and'^respiratoryCorgan?.F TE bronch,AL A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. In all eases of ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS will be found most beneficial whether of rcccnt or chronic nature . PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG.'PHONE 158. Oonntrr Order* nicked FREJB and sent the Sun* Day. T THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT OjH-ns Accounts from 1/. upwards. I'nys Interest on every £ up to /uOO, ami on any excess to £1000. OVER A MILLION DEPOSITORS RURAL BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Cheijtic Accounts for Individuals Firms, Co...
THE WEATHER. YOUNG TEMPERATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
THE WEATHER. ' YOUNG TEMPERATURES. . Maximum GO; minimum 46. FORECAST. The following forecast was issued to-day for the 24 hours ending 2 p.m. Friday:- ' ' Fine inlaridt cool nlgnt. .' "A'; strange ' circumstance in -rtlid dentil of Dr. Gallagher, lUoman jCatho lie tBushop of Goulburn,- is that it oc* curredias soon after (the conclusion of the tRodemptionist Fathers'" Mis sion on Sunday as did the .death oL .Bishop ILanigan, at' the conclusion ot a similar mission, conducted by tho name priest, illev. Father iM'Dermott, in Goulburn, 23 years ago. The TO-. mains of the two bishops will bo alongside each other in: the sanctuar> of* 'SS.Peter and Paul's Cathedral GoultturnA.:;/,.
BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER. YOUNG v MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER. YOUNG v MURRUMBURRAH. A team' of billiard, snooker and draught .players vlBlteil Young last night, and. met local pitiyers In n tournament at the Scli'ool of Arts. Following are the scores for snooker and billiards:- .... Snooker;-Sparrow(Y) v King ('.Ml 4'O7-i20;'iBrecleii' V'Simpson (M), 16 60; IClitler v Bond (Ml). 56-38; Met calfe v 'Boinl (M), 69-46 (Billiards:-Jletchlfe v Bond (M), 1'50-200; Sparrow y 'Kingi(M), 13-1 200; iBrederi : v Simpson :(M), 182 200; 'Cutler v IBond- flM); 082-'200. In tlie .draught &lt; tournament, Mes srs Arguimbau and Stokes, of Mtir rumburrali, played Messrs J. P. iFow let; ahd N. R. -B.&lt;'Poplin,'.'Young, re spectively, the-:.visitors scoring a sub stantial victory over their opponents. 'Tlie play concluded at 1/1- p.m., after which an adjournment was made to the,Blue Tea Rooms, where refresh ments were served. The,president of the School of Arts ; OMr. Gaston), in appropriate , terms, extended . a:' warm we...
Modern Motor Machinery. A Progressive Establishment. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
Mbderri Motor Machinery. A Progressive Establishment.' Some time aRo Mr. J. H.. Nesbitt proprietor of the Biirrowa-Street motor engine'erine works, indented from Boston. U.S.A., a unique ad dition to his existing up-to-date plant in the shape of n "burninpr-in machine," which is admitted .by tho world's motor-building experts to be one of the greatest additions to lab. or-saving mechanical devices that has ever been invented. The new machine, when erected ready for Work will weigh several tons and as , it possesses many remarkable fea- ' tures, will be well worth inspection, i not only by motorists, but by every ; one who is interested in progress on i the most up-to-date! lines, The new 1 machine , strange, .to, relate, did not arrive in the "one, cargo from Amer- I ica. but was despatched in three sec-. lions, several months elapsing be tween the arrival of the first and sec ; ond instalments; the latter of which was laride'd ut' Younc Vailway station a couple of weeks ag&...
QUAMBY LAND APPLICATIONS. RESULT OF THE BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
QUAMBY LAND : APPLICA TIONS. RESULT OF THE BALLOT. ; The Local Land Board was cngag- | cd from 10 o'clock this morning till ] 3;30. .2,111. in dealing with the vur- ] io'us applications for the Quamby ; landJ The .Board then . considered the respective applications. The ballot was fixed to take place at 'I p.m. and resulted as follows: J. McCalfury. 1st, C.' FY Murtens 2nd, .R J. C. 'Edgerton 3rd., R. A. White head .4th, A. S. A. Phillips 6tli, J. H. Phillips '"6 th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
HENRY FORD ON BUSINESS. "if you buy what people need, and sell It at a price thSl makes possession a help, and not a hard ship, then you will do business as long as business Is to be done. People buy what helps them just as naturally as they drink water." CHELLEW, TROMPF & CO.'S ( MEN'S SHOP OFFERS VALUES THAT ARE A DEFINITE HELP TO BUYERS. STRONG WORK SHIRTS, 5/11. Quality Harvnnis that stuml up to hard wear-all sizes at 5/ft. Nnvy Drill anil Harvarilu at 7/11 8/11 and 9/6. Heavy Black Drill Shirts, touch, strong-3/6. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS, 8/8. Natural Flannel, In a sound qua lity-8/6. iDark Greys In big sizes-S/ll 9/0 WHITE LAWN H'KERCHIEFS 7Jd. Sound quality In tlie regular size-7Jd. Lawn Hemmed HandkerclUets-. 10Jd., 1/- and 1/3. ?Hemmltched HandkerclilutB at ' 1/-, 1/3 and l/«. SUITS READY TO WEAR FROM 59/6. Where something lower than a Tailored Suit Is needed, see Choi low Trompt. and Co.s Heady-to Wears. They are here In Greys. dJrouiiB and 'Navys, in all sizes,...
P. AND A. HALL. THE SALE PROPOSAL. DEFEATED BY SUBSTANTIAL MAJORITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
P/ AlNfD A. HALL. THE SALE " PROPOSAL. DEFEATfeb;BY- SUBSTANTIAL MAJORITY.. Aii important meeting of the Young P. anil A. Society was hold tlila after noon for the purpose of i considering the sule of I tic association's linll In Main-street, Young. Mr. J. Korsythu (president) wus In the chair, mill there were iiIho pre vent Messrs W. J. Wills, II. Taylor, A. Y.' Rutherford, J. W. Hownn, S. Taylor, F. Sutherland, .1. H. Brown, J.. A. Garry, 3. iOlackwood, T. !.'. Trb slllan, \V. .1. Millard, \V\ IH. Daly. C. Crichton, 'II. Davidson, (\ 1'. .Robert son, S. (!. Smith. iH. McUregor, It. O. Ilrcdeii. C. -McDonald. C. M. Western. A report was submitted by the sec-, rotary stating that th&lt;* hull wan pur chased in 1 !)()!> at a co»t. Willi Im provements and tranHfer fees, for i'-H'O/l'l/l. Improvements to the hall liilil since been offected, lirln^tns the cost to £631/U/H. In the pant five years the receipts from the hall were £9(|'0/», and tile expenses Jt99/7/X .Mr. Millard...
BOWLS. GRENFELL DEFEATS YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
BOWLS. . s . GRENFELL DEFEATS YOUNG. .' The bowline season was* pfljclnlljf opened ait (Brqrilell' VtstciJfiy -who* Youiik and Grerifell pla.vod it watt. Stores:- . . ' & Carrie, .'Brown;--S-Seldcn," Jfc-f ?!, ' lW.n .(Ylfifefr* V° ' 1 . WatdrAahf iMylecharuno, ?. Bolton Metcnlfe (01 .. Jnanrizza, WhiUwrtb. Maer ? ... adam. A. C.(Rabbets (Y) Gibsiin, . Dun. " MatUiLws W. Kubbeta ,f,(P.r Coates, / .Western, Breden, 'Stewart'(Y.). . '. 2?-" .»i Aniiitrone, Sphyts,I &lt;>tts, ^ 'Howarth (G.) eo JS'l