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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

New Zealand WONDERLAND OF THE WORLD. ?naBmasaDiiacioiaaoaBa Join the big1 contingent of producers and their families, who are visiting New Zealand this summer. YOU'VE EARNED A HOLIDAY TAKE IT! For a comparatively modest monetary outlay, you may have a glorious holi day literally teaming with pleasure. Scenic glories amazing in their majes ty and beauty. A climate that bainshes tired feeling. See the Maori people-their proud war riors and their beautiful women. See the wondrous geysers and the boil ing springs of the Hot Lakes District. Sportsmen! You'll get the cream of fishing1! IBBOHOBBBESBA While to-day for illustrated Xilc-r:(tnre and full particulars of a oimfciil.-iblc and inexpensive plan J'or your holiday in New Zealand. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT AGENT, London Bank Chambers, Martin Place SYDNEY. Don't Sell your Wool uaiiiT tfip value.-. You have prouu i\ and its full worth .should :;«» into your pocket. Sen that it i.s mferctl under the he.st cou obtafjinbJi-. Take oare thai il...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MURRUMBURRAH. (From our Correspondent). CROP COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

MURRUMBURRAH. (From our Correspondent). CROP COMPETITIONS. <1IT. *W. O. kerle, Senior Agricitl: tural 'Inspector, Mudgee, judged the crops competing In tlie Murrumbur rah PJ3. and 1. Association Wheat Meld iC'ompotition on Tuesday and VVodnesday. TJie prizes are, first SIO/'IO/-, second £5/5/-, third i!3/3/ ill each section. Results: Suction I--Hi'St SO acres of wheat on tallowod laud-iHobsoij' Bros., 13S points, 1st: A. IR. Davidson, 133, 2: Smith Bros., oai, 3; B. W. Kendall and K. J. Spaceman 4. Eleven entries. (taction 2-Best 50 acres of wheat on stubble iand/'B. J. Stmckman, 128 points, 'i; Slobsou iBros., ili26, 2; H. W. 'Hall and Sons, 1'20, 3. Section 3-Best farm of growing crops-tflolisou Bros., 120 points, 1; II. !.\i. Hall and Sons. MO. 2. 'Hob son IBrns. are eligible to compete in tlic 'It.A/S. (Sydney) Cup champion ships MODERATOR'S VISIT. The Moderator-General .of the Pres byterian Church of Australia will prcaob at both morning and evening services at the R...

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

uuHuBBHSHanaaaMBioHfiSESHiiaBaSBBHaB'SSfiiL, SPECIAL-;:,;, Crockery Reduction?. BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT TILL THE LAST WEEK. wm-pr f nR!'R PFPS & SAlk:i;nS-per dozen HrcTrvrflifu CUI'S -nor Cozen .. .. p ."-on. i* xv'.i it'^r Pi" ATMS-per dozen . ,1/hssra'T PLA'i'liS-i«r doien ?J I'..*' /11 ]! r.ud 11 PL;iTI\K-i er dozen 8/0 G/G 13/ 3/G V «? '? "iiti n r\ji -j.or dozen 1/ Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/6 BUY HERE A'J 3 SAVE MONEY- . J. W. T. CHANT & Co. HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. THONE 25. YOUNG. Public Notice. DEdSZiS 7. & D. NOItMOTUB desire to notify tlie ptfhlic ti«t tt»y have Ja>t installed an up-to-dot» Rubber Tyring Machine <md are now In a position to fit Tyre» TOHHJH YOU WATT. Inquire for our prlccto before placing an order el&eirhOTGi . AUL CLAaSEa OP VEHIOLBS MADE TO ORIDJBB. KtfEBHR TYRED SULKIES A SPECIALTY. F. AND D. NORMOYLET t*HOVJ3 2C4 LOVSLL-STUWrar TOTJNG. The englueers who designed tlie Cray. Car...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Failed to Agree. JURYMEN IN BATHURST SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Failed to Agree. JURYMEN IN BATHURST SHOOTING CASE. Tho Jury, in tlio case In WIIKU lRoli6rt' Shannon,, a' police constable, wnb clinrged with shooting.l&iygi Cici ko at 'Batharat, after being melt ed uti nil night, returned into court T;S-dhy stating they had failed to "atfroo anil ivero discharged. Shannon wus then romaniled till later iu the day in tho present sittings, Bail was fixed at £1000. , ..

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Country Women's Association. LOCAL MEMBERSHIP RAPIDLY GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Country Women's Association. '.tOCAL MEMBERSHIP RAPIDLY GROWJ1MG. . ' Tho first of a sovles of Social Katli erlngs organised by the Young branch ol the (Country' Women's Association was held at tile Oddfellows Hall yes terday afternoon, and was an unquali fied success in every respect. It is giat.yjing to record that the associa tion, d;u lug tlie lirlef space lhat it has been established, has made wou ?fteviul progress, and is now 0110 of the town's most solidly established institutions. The membership lias boon steadily increasing from the out . set' ,and yesterday the roll was In creased by between 40 and 60 now member#. The president .(Mrs. tVIar tnai rotuiiied the chair, and on be half of the association,welcomed the ladies and expressed liar great plea sure at seeing such a'splendid re sponse to the invitation to that after noon's social gathering, -which augur eft well for the future of this society. The president also referred to the great increase in membership, which was i...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREEMASONS AND THE K.K.K. AMERICAN DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

FREEMASONS AND THE K.K.K. AMERICAN DECISION. A firm pronouncement against the Ku Klux Klan was made in Wash ington last month by the Supreme; Council of Scottish Rite Freemason-i ry in the. United States. It \va?»! stated that "the Supreme Council will not stand for any of its officers taking part in or supporting an or ganisation that preaches intolerance, lace hatred, and a defiance against the established authority. These misguided mortals. Masons though they be, who have taken up the ban ner of intolerance as carried by the Ku Klux Klan will have to get out of Freemasonry or get out of the Klan. Freemasonry stands to-day for tolerance, believing that a man has tlie right to believe in his God as he sees Him, whether that, man is a Catholic, Protestant or Jew. We have no quarrel with any religion, and we will not stand for our mem bers preaching bigotry, which has been the curse of religion for cen turies."

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
K. K. KLAN. Chaplain Wilson's Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

K. K. KLAN. Chaplain Wilson's Defence, j Chaplain Wilson, M.L.A., was agitated yesterday by the general condemnation of his now organisa tion, the Anglo-Saxon Clan, launch ed in the Domain on Sunday. Ueplying to hi* critic*. he said that the* organisation was only ,|is. la ally n-hw-xl io tin? Ku Klu\ Klau of America. :ti" <o:p!aiu how I unnu to call it the Anglo-Saxon Clan/* said Chaplain Wilson. "It orem-red at j a moment when I bad no particular serious ideas of starting a Ku Klux Klan: hut when I mentioned the re in.!iKahn- mov«-a»em. in America into which five million people h:»d gather cri, including some of the best people in the land, particularly in the .South er« States-it was from that point l -omehow or other, I thought of start ing a Ku Klux Klan in this country, ignoring wniivly all th«> immh-r stories associated with the move ment in the States. "And before I knew where I was I got messages from all part of Aus tralia asking me when I waj going to start ...

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

BURROWA. (From Our Correspondent.) 'Pine warm weather has been the oriler of tile week, with the exception or one day, which was, verging on wintry conditions. Tie crops are feeling the benefit, and harvesting will begin shortly. (M!r. V. (Champion,' of Gloucester, has been appointed to Burrowa in place of Mr. Ii. G. M'Kenzie as [Crown Lands Agent. We understand that he will take up duties early in the new year. Boorowa lias not yet lost sight of having its electric light system, as the agreement between the munici pality and a private company to sup ply the electricity was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on the 7th inst., it having to remain there for fifteen sitting days. ?Mr. D. J. Kenny, formerly Crown Lands Agent at Burrowa, hns been appointed acting chalrhian ot doul bnrn Land iBoard, Jlr. J2. Neal, sanitary inspector to the local municipality, resumes duty to-morrow, December 3st, after a leng 'tliy illness, necessitating a serious operation. | >» The enterta...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Balloting for Land. Busy Day at Young. QUAMBY LAND CASES.... [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Balloting for Land. Busy Day at Young. QUAMBY LAND CASES Out of a total of 'Mi applicants for thic two available blocks of Quamby Estate no less than 38 were present in Court yesterday to support their applications, many of whom < had briefed counsel to assist them. A WRONG IMPRESSION. The chairman, Mr. T. W. Irish, at the outset explained that the an nual instalment, which amounted to 0 per cent of the capital value of the blocks, included interest at the rate of 5 per cent and the balance went towards reduction of capital value. This corrected a misappre hension which existed in the minds of a number of the applicants that fi per cent of the capital value had to be paid each year in addition interest nt about the same rate. It is unfortunate'that this was not made clearer in the notice making the land available, for had it been there would Jirtve been more appli cants. SUBSTANTIAL APPLICANTS The Board then made a careful inquiry into the position of ea< appli...

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

Young Cycle Club. THE HANDICAPS. ; Following are the handicaps tor tho principal events In-:the iirogranuno 'to be decided on the'local ground on 'Wednesday next: 5-mile. lj-mlle IH. '.Smith .. .... 10 -30 H. Briggs '20 "" It. Punt30 G. Tnmbe'rs : .... .. 50 G. Keogh .. , 60 . 'C. Pearson 'ffO V. Wells .. 70 . A. Reynolds .. .. . . 80 TP. Weeden .. .. .. 00 L. llanlon 90 H. 'Hardy .. .. .. . . 30 IV. Graham .. .. .. 90 VV. Caldwell .. .. .. 90 ?P. Kinch .. .. .. .. 30 T(. 'llleimer .. .. . : 90

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CO-OPERATIVE MEAT CO. Of Interest to Stockowners. DISTRICT ORGANISER VISITS YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

THE CO-OPERATIVE MEAT CO. Of Interest to Stockowners. DISTRICT ORGANISER VISITS YOUNG. The recently-formed Co-operative Meat Company of Australia promises to lie a moat successful enterprise, anil will rill a long-felt want 111 the direction of extending the benefits of co-operation amongst graziers and stockowners. Mr. T. .T. 'Howick, of Orcntell, the company's organiser for the south western districts, spent the past few days at Young, taking Ills departure this morning. During Ills visit he Interviewed a" number of local and district stockowners, to whom he ex plained the alms and objects of the company, arid In every case met with a sympathetic.response und promises of BUpport for the new venture. Mr. Howick .appointed ? 'Mr.T. IM'cAIlster as' local representative .of the com pany, and tlmt gentleman will be pleased to supply the fullest informa tion on..all matters relating to the activities and operations'of the Co operative Jfeat'Co. which, by the way, are rapidly increasing ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gold in Papua. RICH AND REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Gold in Papua. R^Ki.F(ND .REPORTED. «v' \i'ufii4$M. telBBwmv .today iwff tils' ? fo|iprtcd at S'ort JIoreBby that ajlrt lias been 'clisvovojea in :*;apim, i5ar the bin der or. What';<vas'once Jerninn Now Qulnftii. 018 PfOBWaot >& hr;u«UiUm!<]y':Joft.{Qr tiotlOCulily, lii'uli ?h elglit7day»'/ jburney trom.tlio i"k .0Wl»94iin((cr tint thtf W<Jr6 na; winch arrived at IDilBbniio, yesterday., stated' lie hart lition informed that Bold worth ill,000 had already been won Irorn the Held.

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

I : Midnight Attack. ALLEGED ASSAILANT . REMANDED. ' .^rnink Leilz, 18, wis charged at tho ??.Central Police Court to-dny with hnv 'tnK beaten, assaulted,? and ill-treated> jlioBG iMclClaim, 011 November 26, ana ? wiis remanded-, tor a weej; on ball m{- 150. .. . , ? i'Tliia Is a sequel to tlie story of itfi'e motorist who, at midnight on Sun-, da), drove two sisters to Georges :U|vor "anil there - attacked thom till iii.yllKht; ? ?

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARMS AND MEN. GERMANY'S PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

ARMS AND MEN. GERMANY'S PREPARATIONS. I.ONIHhV. Nov. 2!!.-II Is s.tated thut Curinany l.i training lai'sn mini Uura <ii' tiM'ti. and l'upuily turning out ammunition on u lur^e .scale. -Renter.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CABLES. HANGED AT MOUNTJOY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

TO-DAY'S CABLES. HANGED 'AT MOUNTJOY. \I.ONHON. Nov. '?iSth.-'-Wllllaiii Dow 1H<r mi cx-Natlonal .solilier, was liang oil nl ihi' '.Moiintjoy gaol for tint mtir I dor of ;« iletcctlve in (Dublin. 1 -'Router.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cowra Visits Young. Inter School Games. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Cowra Visits Young'. Inter School Games. At 0.15 this lnorniii;; the train steamed into Young carrying a load of happy boys and girls from the Cowra Intermediate High School, under the snorts .mistress (Miss Bud 111011), and sportsniastcr (Mr. W. Martin). The girls and boys of the Voiinir District School under the sportsmistress (Miss McAlpine), and the Sportsniastcr (Mr. C. E. Mar tin) were there to welcome them. After many greetings they were tak er home to enjoy their first taste of Young's hospitality-breakfast. At nine o'clock the tennis match commenced on the Burrangong Courts, courteously lent by the Bur- j j ransroiig. Tennis Club. Play was ex tremely even as the scores testify. The result was in doubt right- up to the last set. Scores were 8 sets all -games Cowra 78; Young; 74. HOYS' DOUBLES! A. Windsor a.nd 1.. Boone v H. Cod dint;ton and R. Campbell 0-1. F. Glover and G. Brown v. H. Reynolds | and II. McLennan 8-10. A. Wind sor and L. Boon v. H. Reynolds and II. McLennan-...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tube Roof Collapses. SENSATIONAL MISHAP IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

Tube Roof Collapses. SENSATIONAL MISHAP IN LONDON. LONDON", Nov. 20.-While » tube train was passing under Nesvington cuuseway (South London) last night earth mill stone began to full on toj> of the carriages. Tho driver raced for the next .station and there it wax found (hat every carriage was covered wit 11 debris. Meantime tho tube rmif and waits had collap sed. The subsidence burst the gas anil water mains, causing a great explosion, which tore up the road above. leaving a crater like a great war-time Itole, largo enough to take two omnibuses. Fierce columns of (lame shot :i0 feet from the roadway, resembling a burning oil well. Paving stones were hurled into the air, and tram way lines twisted with the white heat. Tranu.'irs were pulled up on each side of tin- crater. Passers-by were surprised to see water escap ing from tin- broken mains pouring into the hole t" a depth of 50 feet extinguishing the flumes. Thous ands of tons of earth stidsided into the tube, llliiii yards of...

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

AN ADMINISTRATOR. iiONS lCNbR>Y^OHAN;CHOSEII. After thfe buriai a meeting pre sided over by the Archbishop of Sydney: ?'as Metropolitan, of the Diocesan Consultors, was heM al Bishop's House, when an Admin istrator was appointed for the gov ernment of the diocese until a suc cessor to' the late Bishop is chosen.' Denn Hennessy, of Young, as the ' senior priest of the Diocese, was usked to accept but refused the pos ition on account of the distance from Goulburn and other parochial dut ies. A ballot was then taken 01 those present and : the ? Rijfht Rev. MonsiEnor VauEhan, of Crookwell, was elected. He-with the diocesan consultors will carry on the admin istration of the Diocese until a suc cessor to Dr. Gallagher is named by Rome in the near future.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUNERAL OF BISHOP GALLAGHER. SOLEMN CEREMONIES AT GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 30 November 1923

FUNERAL OF BISHOP GALLAGHER. SOLEMN CEREMtiNiES AT GOULBURN. The-mortal remaini of the late,,Dr. John Gallagher, ? Roman Catho-1 lic.&iaHop of Goulburn» were laid to rcit yesterday, in the .Sanctuary. of S5. Peter and Paul's Cathedral. The solemn ortict's were timed to commence at nine o'clock, but long before that hour every fiertt and available space in the Cathedral hnu been occupied, and many people who bnt\ cathered to pay their Inst res pects to him who had ministered to them for so long, were, unable to gain admittance. The casket of polished oak with silver mountings, stood on a rained catafalque in front of the Com munion rails. It was draped in black and purple, and on the top rented the late . Bishop's crozier, mitre, hiretta and a gold chalice. The cathedral had been draped in black the whole length of the nave, beint* relieved with white, and caught up with rosettes of white. The pillars and the choir gallery had also been similarly hung. The draping was in the ...

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

WEDDING.   SAM-JOHNSON   On Wednesday afternoon a wed ding took place at the Young Pres bytery the bride being Ellen Eileen daughter of Mr. T. Johnson, of Wombat road, Young, who was mar ried to Richard, son of Mr. John Sam, of Wombat. The bride, who was given away by her brother, was daintily attired in a frock of white voile trimmed with filet lace. She wore the customary wreath and veil,   and carried a bouquet of white roses   and sweet peas which together with a gold wristlet watch was the gift of the bridegroom. Miss. Myrtle Johnson was bridesmaid wearing a pretty frock of mauve fuji, with black hat; she carried a bouquet of white and pink sweet peas and wore a gold armlet the gift of the bride groom. The brides gift to the bridegroom was a travelling rug. Mr Herbert Sam acted as best man. The wedding breakfast was held at the home of the bride's parents where a large number of friends were en tertained, Mr. J. H. Gordon pre ...

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