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Smallpox. CASE ON STEAMER FROM THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Smallpox. . CASE'ON StEAMER FROM THE .EAST/', . ; liA HrlHliuno .telegram tri-ilay Haya; u', raise «r s;!;iiIjj)0J('.wa» ilipcp.vpiioil'011, nlsti.amt-r \vl\un It nn'Koil lit Towns villo from Uip jlCnat. The, lmtlont was lun'clidlflime, anil puOIrt"(iu;iTan tlno; Tlio vessel Is eomlne south in quarantine. . .. ..

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRUCK A STUMP. Ald. Macadam in a Motor Smash. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

STRUCK A STUMP. Aid. Macadam in a Motor Smash. I \ esterday .,\|||. i.Haradam and ntliors ivcrc thrown ot:t «r a i::ir when li'imnlii): to Yniinu. mi thj Yuuut; I'l'Mnfell road. AIllioitKh tile car was had y damne d. the <.< i :i[iantn oscan «-'tl injury. j Mr. Macadam was driving his rr. i' I sjonm little distance rinui Quainbv I ?Ilnmcstuail. and whilst |iaKt lnK a «.;, J. I fionette and a inun on horseback. tlui tar struck » stump hidden liy the; long crass. Just of! tlin metalled |>tir- | tion of the road. 'Fortunately the I ear wan travelling at slow speed at ! the time, otherwise tins acclden might haw; resulted In loss vc life.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Makes Prices Pale STUNNERS IN SOCKS ) SAVINGS IN SHIRTS. MEN'S BLACK COTTON SOX i Per Pair-I MEN'S ALU WOOL BLACK 1 CASHMERE SOX-1/9. j MEN'S GREY & TAN SOX Per pair-6d. ' MEN'S BLACK HAW LEY DYE i SOX-1/3 per pair. i MEN'S BLACK SOX, with Fancy Clox-t/G pair. i MEN'S BLUE WORK SOX-per pall-8d. ' MEN'S BLUE & BROWN DUN GAREE TROUSERS-3/6 pair. ' MEN'S DARK TWEED TROU- ? SERS, with neat stripes. Were : 6/11 and 8/6. NOW-4/11 pair, j | MEN'S"BROWN DRlLLi [COATS ?? ?? 3/11 eachj 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 size-4id. each. MEN'S SILK BROAWAY TIES. Ench-1/-. MEN'S MERCERISED WHITE TWliLL SHIRTS, collar and pocket-3/t1 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 nttraitlve pat terns-all sizes- . 3/6 MSN'S DARK TWEED 3-PIECfi SUITS, Trousers, .Vest a...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF A NUN. Mother Superior of Murriimburrah Convent. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

DEATH OF A NUN. Mother Superior of Murriim burrah Convent. TIiIr mcrniUK at !i.:;n ||,t. n,., .! Mother Superior of ttn> Mmnimbm-1 I rill] Convent, Mother K:iI!]>>rltic. jmss Mil away after a Ittiigihy Manns. The' c:nine »r ileatli was h<-jut trouble, , ! The dereaned, whew si'ralar name ! was Uawc.s,vwu» 50 .v.-:ir.i of aite ami i a native of Vans, ;nn| eateri'd tile I iMiinumbiirnili Com when It was! first established .hI'ci;. forty vears ' ajro. Slip remaltic.l ilt,.rr rontlini-i easily milll a few jearx aso when 1 a Her two or three y.ais jn :iiiotlu>r j ' Vaivent, she rctnrni il us Mather Sn- ; !»lr:»r. Deceased w.t-. vi.rv popnli.r j with the children iin.-inlini; the Iholle School ut IMuiTnailairrah. The body IK to bn taken In Van* tonight Tor Interment. -

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

HARDEN. (From our CorresmintlonfL Mother jratherlno, Superior of flh .Hiirnunbmrah 'Convent, died this morning. i A niKctlng of lhe I'nivnls and CKI- , zons* Association last night decided » to auk for the 'Murmmhurrah Public Sc hool . to ho raised to a District School. Mr. Clout, headmaster, in formed the meeting that the number of scholars wns .sulllnlcnt. Mr. \V. Membrlck was in the chair. A sum of C10/10./- was 'rot'Ml to provide a Xmas tree for lhe children. The Xuns who teach at the Harden Convent School drive their own car from the MurrumbmTah Convent to and Iroin Harden each (lay. In or 'der to provide a «arr,«o Jor the car. a Kufc.<»u<ful .social was held in the iijeeum Ilall hiHt.night. when about 70 couples attended. :Mr. I'. ICiav. was M.'\. and Miss Mills provided the music.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DE LUXE MOTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

A DE LUXE MOTOR. A Holln-Uoyce car of the latest de fdjyn and finish arrived at Yourie yefl terday to the order of Mr. J. * arkr marf* The neu> vehicle via imqoubt>: edjyone of the,- finest; velf/eles 'o£<w. ''IciM ever imported,-and waft greatly ' ndmired by motorist* and others when bulntr driven* through the streets ytsterday afternoon.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

DEATH. Mrs. W. Lewis,, of Omtniiiundra, died yesterday, /She ,waj. a sister m' 'jfr. C. Gordon, of Thuddungra., mid Air. I). Gordon, of Bliiibl. . The biirliil Hikes place ,u Ciiutiumlndra at 11 o'clock to-morrow.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

RETURN THANKS. m;n; W'liJOW mill Piiinfly of tlio -*? lata Junius W. iHopwooil ilesiro to return liourtrclt sympathy for lot tm, rurilP, toluKiitins, llorul tributes, and lor the many acts of ldmlnoas liming their lute find bereavement. ,

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMBAT BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

WOMBAT BAZAAR. The 'Wombat bazaar, which wus opened by 'Dean Hennesny last night, "was well patronised, and the ladies were r|ui:e .satisfied with the busi ness they were doing. The bazaar will continue to-night, Friday, anil to. > morrow night, when there is sure to be a big crowd. The display of goods was ihe best seen at 'Wombat -useful and ornamental-and the: sideshows attracted big business. j

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
On the Roof. TWO MEN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

On the Roof. TWO MEN ARRESTED. After a search lasting nearly jyJ hour, the police early to-day^ arrest-? oil two men onlthc roof of the Oov ernmcnt offices in the Domain. The alarm was Riven at 1.80 by a lad who saw the men in the building and summoned the police. The men pot on the roof and then through a win dow where » woman was in bed. iShc refused to tell them the way I out. and wh'.Mi the men climbed the I roof the police were awaiting them I with revolvers.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADIES OF YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

(LADIES OF YOUNG. '.Miss Item rice Taylor, representing a French firm, Jnstitut de Ueaute de Palls, of .Melbourne, fs at present at Young, and will remain. for a few weeks longer owing to the demand on her services by the ladies of this town, who are asked to read her ad vertisement in to-day's paper.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Si :?* K ? V.V :?:? _ *8 ? ;;g A stylish Murdoch Suit in time for Christmas wear And behind it the good name of-MURDOCH'S! This is your guarantee that the low price does not mean inferiority. The reason for such wonderful value is that each suit is fashioned by experts in Murdoch's own workrooms, and the cloth is bought direct from the mills. This saves wholesalers', agents' and other intermediate profits. Excellent quality Australian Woollen Tweeds in a wide range of brown,.grey, and fawn shades. Per fectly proportioned designs to suit all figures. Coat, vest, and trousers com plete-ready-to-wear . . snaaes. fer 59/9 musisstuiuwwuiuumiunuuniMuuiirtiiMmNM 1 The finishing touch- | a Murdoch Hat j I This smart Murdoch model, the popular | | "Prince," combines distinction and quality at 1 | low cost. Made from pure fur felt of surpassing | | excellence in shades of slate, grey, beaver, | | drab and steel with, black silk bands and silk | 1 bindings to harmonise. Also 'in fawn with 1 S ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-NIGHT AT STRAND THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

TO-NIGHT.AT STRAND THEATRE. TIik coronation ceremony in con-. ncL'tion with the recent bazaar in aiil of the S.H. ihoBpitiil will take place in the Strand Theatre to-night. Ela borate arrangements have l»een made. The three young ladies, l-ohed as ijueens, and their royal attendants, will he the principal attraction. Her. alils and chancellors, aail all the. paraphernalia of a royal court will he witnessed, making a.'.very . pretty scene. The ceremony commences at .S o'clock sharp, ami the iiueeiis, with their attendants, are to ,'nu"'' h>" t!l« front door and niarclr\to tlie stase, .which will he decorated as a. royal court. ATter tlie crowning-. pictures will" be screened. .An enjoyable night's amusement. is promised.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Radio Bro[?]casting. "DAILY WITNESS" INTERVIEW THE "WIRELESS WIZARD." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Radio £3ro4Mcasiin "DAILY WITNESS" INTERVIEW THE "WIRELFS9 WIZARD." >Mp. \C. T. risk, the gancra! manag or ami inspiration of Amalgamated "Wireless of Australia, Il.td., delivered a very inie.-e;'tin# and informative address at th« Country I'rcss conferomv in Sydney, and was :iaar iity applauded far his cll'ort. 'Radio bro;nic.is'.int: Is a subject Hint has uilten hold of popular inu;.'na* tioti us perhaps no oUiur fuvmtioa oi our time. In ISimiand, Mils new form of entertainment has. during the past twelve months, r«ac!»-.»d <r»jor n*on.i proportion»No than a million homos listen In ovary ni/:iit to Ihe brnadcasriim of vocal .ml In KiivmMitnl it< ins and theatrical en tertainments. t<»-':* * *»' r with ;iv* latent news or tho »lay. a.i transmitted iv«m liitt hi-.; Kngli-sii* l».*.«»dca?:iin;; stations. >>< Am-nica, rmvhers ary install ?d in over tliscc milH'i ilmnns, hro.id <*/u-i;n« reigns !»t:ihrtnuhnui iho U.-ni;Ut ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

CLEARING SALE. We direct attention , to tli<* . . "its clearing side at "Karaliah," on behalf of .Mr. J. !.'. Dwyer. who is leaving the district. Owing to the exceptional ly large quantity of articles to be of* the sale will commence at II a.m.. ('. Wright and Co., are the: Aiittioneei'B.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brisbane River. CENTENARY OF DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Brisbane RiVer. '!? .CENTENARY OF DISCOVERY. I . . '. Brisbane to-morro%Y;Vis celebrating; " V tlic centenary of. the; Discovery, or}.' '.r;^ thefl'i'iRbnno \Rivor;"'Only ycster->'; il'S da^Jit awoke'toythe" fact, that, the! >(,5 celebration Svas/of Australian impor-' »* ?.?' .tnnce and'a telegram, was sent postj '. Maste' invitinp; '»'. representative^;1 of. , -;.;V tlie Ministry to'be .present."; ? Jt> ' whs; too. late,- ^however, to arrange'. for nnyone-to attend. ». - - -I.',

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

PERSONAL.;-'' >'. Although getting on in years*-the* Very llev. Dcun Ulennessy. of Young* . Is a most active man.. ?» (He . acoon*; plished a-record trip to bo presentfafci the funeral ceremonies at Goulburn" Hi? left Young nftor the Carnivalvntr tho SJIJ. Hospital on. .WJednosdayJ night and readied <Joulburn; at 2.30J a.m. Bo crowded were the hotfll», -that only with difficulty could lie get> a shakedown for himself and part>V At iy n.in. yesterday he was' in hia] place in- Urn ICatliodrul as the senior, priVHt of ..the diocese, and took part* In the m^monios, which/lasted four* hours. Almost immediately after tho* burial, ho attended: un important dio-J ee«an meeting, and at the close got, in his ear and reached vWombat in* time to open tho bazaar, as arranged;' Mrs. Short, of the .Criterion-Hotel,* Voting, received an* iirgerit\mossag©:> to-day tliat her husband, Mr. Tboiuaa,; Short, who has been-in 'Sydney for. several months past undergoing medl-v eul tre...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. THE P. AND A. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

CURRENT NEWS. THE P. AND A. HALL. 1 JThe Young P. and A. Society, yea tcrday,. by, a very substantial maj ority.'decided to retain the P. and Av Hall.which has been in the pos session. of. the Society for fourteen years. Although it was shown that, the had not b^en .a; very-frreut financial astfet, there was a leeliwr : amongst committeemen that the As sociation should possess ''its own home."' Some members pointed Out that it was unwi.se to own a home and lose £00 a year on it. . Surely there is some way of .'turning. this loss into a profit. It now devolves on committeemen to solve the pro blem .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

%, IT IS A SERIOUS RATTER r TO DELAY MAKING YOUR WILL. EQUALLY SERIOL'S IS THE QUESTION OF SELECTING YOUR EXECUTOR PERPETUAL TRUSTEE COMPANY (Ltd.) |» in Every w«y to be Preferred lo Private Executions, However Trust worthy. ITS ADVANTAGf.S I.VGLUDE CONTINUITY OF MANAGEMENT SECURITY. I* cannot die or lenvc the State Its r.>ierves ami Uncalled Capital urc ample. EXPERIENCE. REASONABLE CHARGES. It hns handled almost every elnss of Asset. _ Its. charges are moderate. - V.'rlte for Booklet, which given tlctnUs of its Method* and Chni'Kes. Trust and Agency Funds under Adminisfrittion exceed £22,000,000. 33-33 HUNTER STREET, Sydney. It. COPLAND LETHBMDGE, JIw. « THE Primary Producers' Bank OF AUSTRALIA, LTD. OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY THE MAN ON THE LAND Branches now open in Queensland, New South Wales* Victoria and . South Australia. ' AUTHORISED The main object of SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL Primary Producers' capital, OVER £4,000,000. Bank £1,100,000. is to render BANTvING SKJtVICK t» theMjvn o...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

DIFFERENT CLOTHES. FOR XMAS AND LONG AFTER You require Style and Comfort in yottr Suit. WOOD, "The City Tailor,", can please you. Sac Suits £7/7/0 Dinner Suits £11/11/0 William J. WOOD, The City Tailor. CLOTHES FOR MEN WHO GARB Burrowa Street, Young. ONLY ONE MORE DAY OP OUR MONEY SAVING OFFER POSITIVELY THE LAST DAY! This -weeK&we are offering cheap lines in our Mantle Department; Hav Inn received this balance of our manufacturers' samples from Melbourne, we arc in the^positlon to offer you something attractive at very low prices:. ' ; SPONOB .Ctofe anreOOKS-no two nlike-mOM M/fi. .WHITE VOruliS, daintily trimmed 'with Culpnre Val 'Lnce-iWROM 32/®. ?I'hAM & STOWITOD SFUJI IHBOOIOS. neat stripes & designs-WOM 20/11 ItWADY-TOWUaMUS ill all tUo newest shapes and,styles-FROM 1S/C. 1 couroN. 'Available from November 8th to December 1st. for every £2 (two pounds spent l»y any Cash Purchaser at Our Store oil any OLiq day WORTH OF GOODS FREE OF CHARGE Kriui? :In til...

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