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WOMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

WOMBAT. (From bur-Corn1 Another very sunns-siiii rurln-e party and social was held in Womhar ?Memorial 'Hall ou (Khduy uiulu in aid of 'Miss D. -Minelian's <a!i.lhl:mtre in tho local qtieen coinp«'titioii. The winners of the euchre v.viv Mk. Has nail and Jack-(Lynch. nsoroiaJo wlatzes were won by ; I KastlaUe and D. LMinehan; gues<-hn; coin*Mits of mysterious parcel w;i> w^.u by .Mrs. Thompson; guessing p-pp'reorns in bottle (for cricketers' IJU»--ii» won l»v >.Miss lUta Reynolds (air. '.Martin IMInchan uu\, .« <| tii<* . euchre; '.Messrs A. T;in,,,pMint li. Holt, and H. Oldfteld w- v doorkeep ers, and Mr. AV. Whybmw- made a very capable MXJ. Mimm- was sup plied by Mrs. J. Sheeny, Messrs J. tfmnmerlicld, A. Thoui| . >:i, \4, {uji! M. HolVBoy unilfflUa U» yimhi-. '.Mrs. G. Kastlake had charge of tin- sweets stall, and did very good business. During tho evening Mr. lv?i»r Wil Hams sang several «our-:, A juven ile was held on Saturda...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 November 1923

Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE PASSAGES AND RVE" ,ARLA^RYC5k°GASNS.F TE BR°NCH,AL , A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. l""n}r. ASTHMA BRONCHITIS will bo found most PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. --OBTAINABLE ONLV AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG. 'PHONE 158. ?Country Orders packed FREE) and sent the Bam* Day. YES! We are buying Wool! Bales upon bales of it! OUR PROMPT CASH SETTLE MENTS AND GOOb PRICES ARE . NOT TO BE TURNED DOWN! Call, Write, or 'Phone-we will be there! THOMAS REYNOLDS MAIN STREET, YOUNG. Tourists who travel by Hupmobile enjoy and appreciate a sense of security which is peculiar to themselves. They know their car is ready for all roads, day after day with an unvarying faithfulness which ? is one of the mostly highly' prized of all the well-known Hupmobile virtues. Hupmobile Cars are completely equipped with Gabriel snubbers, 5 tyres and tubes. \ £ 4 9 5 COMPLETE. Your old car traded in. C. A . MAKLANO'S MOTOK GARAGE. .Phonos 214 and 2G3. CLAIMSE STREET, YOUNG. ONE Price:...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA PARK PONIES. TO-DAY'S RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

VICTORIA PARK PONIES. TO'DAY'S""R EXULTS. I 'Races were liuUl at Victoria "Park to-day. Results:- ? | 14.1. Handicap 4i furs.-(First dlvl.j I sion: 'Duke morgan. 8.8," V, 'Spark Gap I 7.7, 2; itatlilin, 7.5, 3. Winner 6/4. Second division.-iBenzonette, 7.5, ?. anil Florrie IBell, 7.5. dead' heat 1st; Vaiora, 7.5, 3. Hotting: IBenzonette 3/X OTorrie. Bell 2/1. I (Maiden 'Handicap. G furs;:-First division: Sale Day, S.5, 11;' Manila, 17.11, 2: Watch King, S.2, 3.| Wiv lief 2/1. " ? . ?; ' Third division:-i.Miss Hymeltus 7.7; 1: .Mark Tapley, 7.7,'2; IBouIiler City 7.7 8. 'Winner 20/1. . '-f Flying .Handicap, 0 fure.-^First di vision: iFiipinere, S.G,' 1; Itesboon, 9.2 2; Wergyle, 7.11. 8,'. TCtriper; 6/4.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BITALLI'S WIN. RING HARD HIT. RECORD CROWD AT FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

MTALTRS WIN. RING HARD HIT. RECORD CROWD AT FLEMING TON. MELBOURNE, This Day.- At Flemimrton the attendance yesterday was officially estimated at 126,000, which is n record. Bitalli's win will take ildil.UOO from Sydney and Mel bourne bookmakers. Details of'the racing: CUP HURDLES, 2 miles. TARQUIL, 1(1.3 (Si/ns) . . . . 1 Kiuviol, 11.5 (Thompson) ... 2 Jackstnir, 10.U (Glcnnon) ... 3 Betting: 1 >/ l 'Tarquil, 4/1 Flaviol, (i/1 JuckstalT. Won by four lengths with MX lengths between second and third. RAILWAY HIGHWE1GHT HANDICAP. BLUE CROSS, 'J.10 (Harrison) . 1 Pterontfii, 10.11 (Pjke) .... 2 Shankey, 8.0 (Killorn) .... 3 Betting: 5/1 Blue Cross, G/l'Pter opotl, 12/1 Shankey. Won by a neck, with a length between setJnd and third. All Gold was fourth. Time l.l.ii-equals race record for six furlonirK. ? , MELBOURNE CUP, 2 mile. BITALLI, 6.13 (Wilson) 1 RIYQU, 9.1 (Munro) 2 ACCARAK, 6.7 (2caily) . . . . 3 Betting: -1/1 Bitalli, 8/1 Rivoli, 10/1 DroiiRo, Rapine and Englefield, 11/1 Ki...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAR AND FORD TRUCK. Sensational Collision in Burrowa-street. Miraculous Escapes. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

CAR AND FORD Sensational Ccjlli^ipn 4h B'uiiTOwsi-street. ' _ Miraculous Escapes. ...About.'six o'clock last evening, a sensational motor accident oc ?SMrnpd, qj the Intersection of Main and Burrowa. streets, Young, wfien a new WIllys-Knlght motor car, drlve'n by Mr't'. Tuck','and Ford motor truck, driven by Norman Le Verge." jiarno Into' collision: .... The truck wus lieinc driven (iloiig Main-street towards the railway, anil tlii! motor car was travelling ilown iBurrowu-streei. , -The truck was loaded with Un assortment of tinware of all descriptions, and when the Impact occurred, the truck was turned round and thrown complete j.v over on its aide, scattering the pots and pans across (lid roiidway In all directions. The driver bad u miraculous escape from serious Injury,' and sustained abrasions t<> the hand,! and when he regained bis feet,, his first Inquiry was "What happened." | The: Ford truck was considerably damaged, whilst the steering gear of (he Willys-Knigh...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "TUT"' SCARE. M.P.'s DEATH REVIVES RUMOURS. CURSE OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

THE "TUT"' SCARE. .P.'s DEATH REVIVES RUMOURS. CUItSE OF EGYPT. Is the Tutankhamen scare return- [' inst? . I Shortly iil'tor the Luxor oxcavn-- I tions ami the death of Lord Cprnur- I von rumours ratted concerning the I .plagues o£ Eirypt and sinister curses | lyiiiir dormant for thousands of. years These rumours ai'6 revived aKnin by the death ol Lieut-Colonel the Hon. Aubrey Herbert, Conservative f M. P. for Yeovil, Half brother of the late Lord Carnarvon. Only seven months ajto he was with Ms brother at the Egyptian monarch's tomb. Colonel Herbert, a student of rare attainment in Eas [ tern lore, is stated to have'remarked I at the time-"Somothiriiy dreadful is KoinK to happen to .our family." PET .SUPERSTITIONS. .- Mr. Arthur. WeicaH, one of our 1 foremost Egyptologists and excava- I tors, jra.ve the following views to ii Presjj.representative la^t week:- ' > "People will have th\:u- pet super stition. Lord Carnarvon was in"any, ease a very siek man, What ol the thousands of...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COTTON PRODUCTION AT YOUNG. AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT'S VIEW. "DISTRICT HARDLY SUITABLE." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

COTTON PRODUCTION AT YOUNG. AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT'S VIEW. "IMSTRJCT 5I.\3M)1.V SUITABLE." Some time bark Mr. T. A.'Shean, of GrcnfeM*road. Voting, decided to prepare an area «'f land on his hold ing for file purpose a( coLton-gfow ing, aiul subsequently carried his idea into the stage of materialisation, il-uter on, however, iMr. Shean wrote to the Department of Agriculture ask ing tor'hiformaHon nml mlviee in re ference to cotton cultivation. In due course In* m-Wved a reply from the Under, Secretary of the Depart ment stating that the Voting district was "hardly .suitable for. a cotton crop, as the siinini'T is rather short, and tl^e cold nights hinder its de velopment." A departmental leaf* let enclosed in tlu* letter sets forth that "cotton can only be .successfully grown In warm climates with a sum mer soason of about seven months between the frost periods. The Ideal conditions for cotton-growing are warm days and nights, with a good rainfall till January, followed hy fairly ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Dreadnought" Boys. SUCCESSFUL MIGRATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

"Dreadnought''' Boys.; j j SUCCESSFUL MIGRATION . I ; . SCHEME. I The manager of the Cowra Exper iment Farm infonned the Young and Kingsvale visitors on Monday thai \2'J of the buys who came to Aus tralia from Kngland under the Di'ead nought migration scheme had been rent to that farm, for the purpose of framing lirst hand and all-round knowledge of the work in the var ious branches carried on there. Of that number 110 boys had been sent to work on farm4?, about 70 of,whom were at present in the Cowra dis trict. Others had gone. to Queens?' land. 'He thought'it unwise, how ever, forb oys from the Old Coun try to go roaming about in Austra lia insU'.id of settling down. He thought that the boys would all be a success, as there was a continu ous demand-for them by farmers who knew of the. thorough'training they received in agricultural work. Twenty of the. Dreadnought boys were at present employed on differ ent sections of the larm, being chan ged from one occupation to another from t...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIOLENT EARTHQUAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

VIOLENT EARTHQUAKES. ?HOME, Nov. 6.-Faenza observa tory last nipht registered a violent earthquake, the estimated distance | being about ten thousand kilometres from north-east to south-west. The seismographs moved for nearly three hours. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BULGARIA YIELDS. "TO SUPERIOR FORECE." REPLY TO SERBIA'S ULTIMATUM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

BULGARIA "yp ; SUPERIOK FORCE.'' REPLY TO SERBIA'S .ULTI . MATUM. ' * BELGRADE. Nov. (!.-KraaUtcli, the Servian Military .Attache at -S'i fin. was not wounded by the shots, fired bv n Bulgarian revolutionary, but .was struck on the head with a pistol and seriously, injured. SrtFIA, Nov. »>.-The- Bulgarian Government, replying to the Spr~. binn ultimatum as cabled yesterday, accepts ilie conditions ai|d <Ioclufes that Bulgaria was not responsible in any way for the trifling incident, but declined it was necessary to bow to superior force.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SERIAL STORY. (Our readers are informed that all characters in this story are purely Imaglarry, and if the name of any liveing person happens to be mentioned no personal reflection is intended). THE SEEKER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

NEW SERIAL STORY. (Our rradorg nro Informed tlint nil characters In thin story are nuroly ImuKluary. anil If Llio iiauto of atiy llv in- gmrHnn liapiioiiH. to ho mcnUonoil no personal .ruricellon Is Inloniicil). THE) SEEKER. By. OLIVER WADSLEY. Author or "Tim Flame," "Reality" ctc. She twit over Richard's lmnil. "A cottage, a workshop, a machine, a Kh" im-l « inurrlngc, then a crca shock, and a lot of money. Am then"-she glanced up at hllll- J0,1 toolin" ;t\vuv all the day. Vou sow and you do-not till If to too 1,1 w'lb Dickie, what tiro you doing?'' a vliiw willed. I.tuly I'al leaned over ill'1 retrace and mild: , Waving your t'limim' told?" ' . lllclianl shouted back: Come down and h.ivo your fortune lold, too. ..No no." the old woman "aid liurrledlv. "I do no more this after noon. l\iy me and lot me go.' tltichui'd gave lior ten franc*, and sho looked up at him ami walled "Tell Unit lady* and I'll give jou twenty," "aid ltiehard Impatiently. The woman nodded and pursed'her thin l...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

j TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. | press at I.inalong and killed. A Ford motor truck niid a Willys, j Knight oar collided-at the intrrsei. j tjon of Main and Ilurrowa *tn-t.s j Young, bist evening. » » The i»2ml anniversary of the i.oyal ; Hurrangong Lodfce, M. I;. I.f>.<'.I*.. .. is being celebrated to-night. ( Mrs. reek, who is leaving <>en- . fell after a -lengthy resideme vva> entertained by the member* ot the Methedist congregation, anil pre sented with a handsome gold, mmm* ted morocco ,handbag. Kcv. I'. W'rfterhoiise made the presentation. ' Hev. Father Cameron, who ha.* been in ctuirge*of the Bwmbala par ish for some months, during tin- ab sence of Father Koche, has gone to Hiirrowa as curate to Father Soee han. JJelore leaving JJomhala Jie was presented with a wallet of notes hy friends of all denomination, and entertained at the School oC Arts. A motor cyclist whose name ^ be lieved to bc'Charles II. Staim-r. tt»! lided with a bridge over the &a...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£2,000. YEAR'S REVENUE FROM COWRA EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

£2,000. YEAR'S REVENUE FROM,COWRA "EXPERIMENTAL FAfcM. The visitors from Younj? and Kinffsvale to Cowra Experimental farm on Monday were informed by the manner that the? revenue fn>m the farm'last year totalled £200Q. The area of the farm is 1000 acres, uboi)t half of which is under culti vation !

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

j SPECIAL I Crockery Reductions. 5 BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT ? TILL THE LAST WEEK. -ft WiriTIE & GOUD CUPS & SAUCKUS-lief dozen 8/fi "ft 'WHITE & GUUL) ODI> CUra -nor dozen G/G '.ft aLST ENGLISH DLN'.VI.'R 1M,A143S-per dozen 1.'!/ ? 'BUST KXGU9H BESSKIIT I'LAVES-!.(>.- <lo;en U/G -? .-JEST K.ViJi.ISH .U i.nd U I'L :iTK>.- ler dozen 7/ vj Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/6 Uj BUY HEBE A'l > SAVE MONEY { i. W. T. CHANT & Co. ? HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. 5 , PHONE 25. YOUNG. Public Notice Ul'.dS:!3 V. & D. NOH/MOY1LB) ds aire to notify the public tbat Uiej ? . flare tail installed an up-to-dat® Rubber Tyring Machine and ara noir In a poiltlcm .to lit lyre* tfWWE) YOU WAIT. Inquire tor our price* before placing an order elsewbere. AUi GLASB03 OP VEHICLES MADB TO OKDH1L HWEBER TTJIED SULKIES A SPECIALTY. F. AND D. NORMOYLE PHOVE as* liOVBLJU-STREET TOTOTB. r THE THREE BEST PHYSICIANS 1 a are !° Dr. Diet, Dr...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE CALLS OUTSIDE MUNICIPALITY. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

FIRE CALLS OUTSIDE MUNICIPALITY.' , (To tlio liditor).: ? , ] Sir,-Touching mm" the above sub ject, to which reference $v:is mndo In Saturday's '-'Witness," wliicli includ ed tho Ciller Kilo Commissioner's oj> inion relating to outsido calls, 1 think it is only lair and c<iultuhlo;.tlmt any one who, not being a municipal rate payer, may require tho services of the fire brigade Tor a lire outside tho incorporated area, should be prepared to pay tho expenses entailed by the brigade in attending to a dill to pro tect the threatened property from de struction. In any ease, I think that such puvincnts would bo readily iforth coming in cycry nstaiice, ror Irrespec tive of whether a proporty-owncr, llvcfj inside or outsido tho municipal boundary lino he will, or should, tul "lvTi'precliito ihe'brigaile anil tho valu able work to begrudge tho payment I of the Bait! expenses. Youry,...ouy» A'I,VAGE.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROAD GRANT. BIG RUSH OF APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

ROAD GRANT. . BIG RUSH OF APPLICATIONS. iSlY'PCvEY. This Day.--Olr. J UUl...Min is ler for Works, says thai applica tions for participation jn. the Lorn monweultli road grant largely «*ceea the Viniount available. Hierefoio. ail except the most necessary works must bo omitteil, »ntl these must uo carefully examined. \

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL. SPFECH DAY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

YOUNG DISTRICT SCHOOL.'] SPFPCH DAY CELEBRATIONS. . Reference was made at Hist night's meeting of the Parents and Citizens' Association by Mr. Cantello (Head Master), and other speakers to the speech day celebrations in connec tions with the breaking up of the school for the Christinas vacation. December 12, is the date, fixed for' the function; which is-" beinti eagerly looked forward to by the pupils. It was pointed out that the Picture Theatre would be the most suitable placo for the occasion, the Town Hall not being available. . After considerable discussion it was de cided that Mr. Kouvclis bo approacn eel with a view of securing the Strand Theatre for the date referred to.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAN SHOT. Midnight Sensation at Circular Quay. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

MAN SHOT. i Midnight Sensation at . Circular Quay. i SYDNEY, This Day.-Henry Walter Long, 30, a returned soldier, stag jyered out.of a fruiterers «hop at ui cular Qitey at midnight into the aims of a police ottfccr, whom he -Uit0' 0(1 he had been shot, and that the bullet had gone through his ehest. He was admitted to hospital in a ser ious condition. It is alleged Long was shot neai the Orient wharf by someone be hind -him.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MOOLTAN. LARGEST LINER TO COME TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

THE MOOLTAN. LARGEST LINER TO COME TO AUSTRALIA. . SYDNEY, This D|i.v.-The now P. and 0. Steamer-Mooltnn will arrive here in January. ' She i is 21,000 tons, and therefore easily the lni'K 'qst vc.iacl coming south of the equa tor;

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE STRIKE. A Serious Development. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

POLICE STRIKE. A Serious Development. The most serious development or the police .strike situation yesterday was Hit* decision uf the IuciiiHtri.it Disputes »*»?? at tin? Trades iHnll, which resolved to recommend to the Trades Hull Council that the .wholo resource of tlie Victorian La bor movement be thrown behind the police "mutineer*!." The commit* tee declares the whole responsibility for tlie existing trouble is due to the Statu Uovermnent, which refused to , provide dccent oowlitions for its em-i I ployees. it ,point« out that of those - I now called mutineers, 200 served in the Great War, «0 bchitf awarded various forms of military distinctions for valor on the battlefield. The committee also recommends that in terstate 'Labor Councils be asked to render financial assistance, and that tin* police iu other States ho also ask ed tor similar assistance. It Is fear ed if the attitude of the Disputes Committee is supported, the militant unions will readily call ti general; strike t...

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