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SHOTS ON A TRAM. Wife Shoots Husband. THEN TURNS WEAPON ON HERSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
SHOTS ON A TRAM. Wife Shoots Husband. THEN TURNS WEAPON ON HERSELF. Ill i'crtli, a tramcar drew up at | the Victoria Park terminus yester day afternoon* Mrs. Jlpbert atauiHu>, who Joined tho cal* a short time be fore, fired a shot tit her husbund, who was driving tho. train. ItamRay tell to tho roadway, wounded In the bark. Th«» woman -then turned the weapon on herself, .Inflicting a deep wound in tin* temple. Noth were subsequently operated on In hospital. The woman'* condition in aerlouB. The pair have been on hud terms for MHne time.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
CRICKET. . Tho following toh 111 Iiils been select ed jto representfiiimblers-jiKuiHHt Tliweyary, at, the, cricket- ground,- on. Sunday, aL 11 a.m.-(Brodertck, '.Scott, ftlildiill, Uolmn, MorrlH, Coltess, i}i:r Liiughlm, -Hniitli. Iveiina, . Mnyne, Sjwlrlr, lf|o)l andBrooke. ?? The . following .will -repruaout- TIp ! perary against.. ftumhlci's on .Suntjay of ll,a.m" at.the cricket' groiinVl: Metzlfcr,' V. .roiiuH, Ustor.lR..Tones, Q. Stoves, ,'lf. iBurpes, ?%,. Haiilpn, L,. I'iluininoml, .n. \Vll»(iii, t". Rogers, -D; I ' (icily,' J." (la[ilwell. ,,. | '-TliuiBrawa steam;, totJri&i'Jtovbra 011 VndV .'(ildu'el). !\V,*'N&lt;ijyi.''&lt;)iiuiu HI; ilwiKHlliriilpe.'f'.iUUi'vkwootl.Jl,-Brown w: AJalonoV, \\'; .Mpniliattoii/r.V Jfenry ; J.: 'JlcWTilniiuy;, 0. Taler'aon, W. &lt;CaW well.". ... .... Tho lic.ith occurred of;Oori|oa»E(l-' nioml Hii'riaho'vne, Bpn'btMr. and 'ilra: Jume'3 ?H*l!Iliim-Hcnrt8liornBi\. or .'HO. Flizi#aurli;e-strer;t, 'Wagga at tho'ag...
STILL STRAINED. Progressives and Government Still Bickering. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
STILL STRAINED. Progressives and Government Still Bickering. tfloUitloiis between the Government und u suction of the Progressive party were somewhat strained last night owing to (hp attitude of the Progres sives 21 ml Mr. Nesbitt, '.MJb.A., to wards the* loan estimates. Ministers, however, ilo not expert a i:Hsls in the near future. but if it arises. It Is very unlikely that Minis* tern will negotiate for a further, en-. tonto, but they will place the onus on the Progressives to either support tlm Government measures*, or to votG Hie Government out and take the re sponsibility for an election. Several Government members set out for the jmrty meetJng to-day wltli th« firm intention of insisting that ihe Progressives' bluff-lie called off. and,defy the Progressives by refus ing imy further negotiations this ses sion. Judging from the remarks when the members were assembling, the 'Premier's and Ministers' main tussle would be, to hold back two or three outspoken members.' The meeting ...
NEW STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
NEW STATES. Dr. Earl I'IIRO, speaking at New castle last night, said he hoped dur irnr the next few months that nienns u. ulcl be sriven in New South Wales for a vote to be taken on the (jiies tion of whether there should be any division into New States and where the.se should be. He added "The i New State movement expressed the ' desire of the people of . British .stock I to have a say in Roverninn them selves." .
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 29 November 1923
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. Robert Sharp, a cycle agent of Al- bury and his two sons developed ptomaine poisoning. The sons were admitted to the hospital, but are recovering. &nbsp; &nbsp; Two long sentence prisoners made their escape from Bendigo gaol yes- &nbsp; terday, leaving no indication as &nbsp; to the means adopted to gain their liberty. &nbsp; &nbsp; Working on the new bridge at Church street, South Richmond, yes- terday, Henry Ray (33), a carpenter of Sydney, lost his footing on the framework and fell into the river and disappeared. &nbsp; Mr. W. Sowter, had the misfortune to fracture his wrist while cranking up a Ford car at Stockinbingal a few days ago. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Clifford S^holcs, son of Mr. Ai u. E. Scholes,' of Bungowannah, in the Albury district has had sufficient ex- perience with snakes to do him for the rest of his life. Bitten by a tig- er snake last week» his condition was ser...
MILLY MILLY CROSSBRED WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923
MiLtY MILLY CROSSBRED WOOL . % MiUv Milly . comeback wool, on be half of Mr. T. J. Collins, was sold in Sydney .on Wednesday, at ..UU nor lb., which was the highest for tfie season. Tho'crossbred wopl sold ut »0d. which is also the hiphest -for lirpsSfiredR- for tlfe 'scasmi Tttc cioji» bred «'ool from Milly Milly last j>ear tupped the market for Australia. Crossbred fleece sold from I id to 90*. -?????.
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923
PROPERTY SAI.KS. ? , "Sunnyside" Estate, CuUal, tne property of Mr. Edward Taylor, has Recently, been sold to Mr. A. Ar mour, of Moss Vale. , This highly improved holding containing an area .of 1058 acres 'has been in Mr. Tay lor's faniily for some 50 years, and the price. at t:\irtrieh this property changed hands is looked upon as « uhcnmrional one for the district. MerjwsU Badffery Brothers, [jnuted, 10 Caqtlereafch street,; Sydney, tne I well known stock and property sales | men were the acrents.
SALE OF PARKVILLLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923
SALE OF PARKVILI.E. Parkville" station, 5571 acres, about 18 miles from Yountf, one ot the most highly improved properties in. the Young district, and lor very manv years owned by Mr, ^ ? R* Piirkman, chawied hands thiirweek, the purchaser beinff Ml". .Hector Davidson. Messrs. Collins, Eilei' nian.and Cii. in conjunction with R. M. Macadam, effected the sale.
DISTRICT SALES AT HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923
DISTRICT S*VLES AT HO'MilSIHISH. AVineluMimhe, &lt;Cavxon, ILtil.. report At Hoincliusli on Thursday we sold lambs from U. Kieh, Temora, to To!-', Iambs from N. IBuekle, Temora, to "4/-: HUckei'H from .J. Stanley, liar den, to 22/8; 84 crossbred »ucber» Iroin G. T. Chambers, I'bwra, at 27/4; crofiHbred lamlm front '\V. A. XJniiliill, Mandiiraina, to 20/4.
Jury's Finding. TURNER DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923
Jury's Finding. TURNER DIVORCE CASE. Despite Justice Owen** warninjr i ajrainst relying on*: the unsupported confession by Mrs£ Turner. and that ho eould'sce no'Corroboration there of, except the fact of opportunity, the jury Inst night'in the Turner div orce suit, by n majority after sev eral hours retirement, found for thi» petitioner. Jack Turner, awarding him 1*100 against Shirley St. Clare, the co-respondent; and also that there was no collunion between Tur ner and his wife.: Justice Owen slanted the petition ev a decree, nisi, and ordered the c o-respondent to pay costs. Justice Owen significantly added that hi* had no option hut to accept the jurv's finding;
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923
! TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF, It is stated that « definite request bus been made to the State Prem ier, Sir George Fuller for a bouri- j i daries commission to he appointed to i ' inviMligate the New States claims. | j It it claimed that if a retereiuitim j wore now held a majority of nop* \ } thern people would.favor tin- oua- ! j tion of « new state. | I The Northern Colliery Owners A:- » ! soeiativn informed. Mr. Ouke>. Chief \ ! Secretary,' that they will refuse to \ \ iK'irotiate further with the Miners | j Federation regarding the Pelaw ' I Main coalcutting machines or any ; 1 other dispute till awards governing . j the industry are obeyed. ! Suva eablcs state that a in men- : j dous storm raged throughout Fiji from Monday night. Great dam 1 aire was done. The kctHi Wave | was wrecked and .six Indians, one j Chinese and one Kuropeoti arc mis ! sing, the captain and other- being ' saved. > ! Mr. Hall, Minister for Railways, ; says the Government favors an Am ' etiean expert f...
BAND RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923
"r '' BAND RECITAL. The Younjr Town Band will Kivu a recital in Carrinscton Park to-nitfht. THE HUMPHREY-BISHOP COY. 1 Last ni^ht, there was hardly an un occupied seat in the Strand Theatre Younc, when the above talented company nave the filial performance here. The house was worth about £100. A Melbourne telegram to-day sa.vs the two escapees from Benditfo Kuol, are still at liberty.
HARVEST LABOR. DEMAND GREATER THAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923
HARVEST LABOR. DEMAND GREATER THAN A number of farmera from differont parih o ftlio ilistrlct wero in town to diiy engaging- labor' for >,-tlio harvest ing. 'Somo succecled ill. Hecurliig the required number qf limitls but 'others liavo ho far beun-iiriiiblo to do' no. Last week there was plenty of labor offer ing locally, but this lias all bo. absor bed in fruit picking -operations.'
NEW BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923
NEW BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. TIiIH mowing Mr. S. O. Smith. Mtinnger of the IBank of Australasia, received the plans bf the new pre mise# to be erected ut Voting at an early date. The building to be er ected in a most iriiposing one, with all modern convenience**. A feature 01 the building \» the commodious banking chamber. Wardell and Dennis of Sydney .are, the Architests.