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DEMENTED MAN. Attacks Mother and Brother. HORRIBLE TRAGEDY PREVENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

J DEMENTED MAN. Attacks Mother and Brother. HORRIBLE TRAGEDY PRE VENTED. liohrrt Perkins, awed :>(!, residing at Enlicld. became .suddenly demen ted last nicht. His struck his bro thoi- James on the head with a hut tie, inflictinc u damrerous wound. IIo then pursued and attacked his moth er with the broken bottle, but her H'.nanis for help brought Mr. (}, Underbill, living opposite. He tack led Perkins just in time to save tho woman's life. A terrible strtiRKlu followed for 20 minutes, when two police arrived. Perkins .was'thea taken to the Reception House. Mr. Underbill's bravery and strength undoubtedly prevented a horrible tragedy.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Doctor's Plunge. SAVES WOMAN FROM DROWNING [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Doctor's Plunge, SAVES WOMAN FROM DROWNING A iiiiirno'l woman, hkpu 3S, rusiuinis with lnr husband at tilclm, sudden ly weni Into ttio water at ?Milson'rt Point wharf at l-'.lu this morning. Dr. Oxcnham jdungod in ami hold her up till the ]>.>lice rescued both. Tim woman was admitted to hospital.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Murdered Infant. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Murdered Infant. Sarah Uoytl, u!), and Juan Oliver, Jia, were beforo tho G'eiUral Polico Court in Sydney to-day,' and further remanded till Thursday. , The » mon aro charged. with tho murder of a female infant child, whose body way found on the harbor beach re cently, whereof ISoyil Is alleged to bo the mothev. Tho inquest will be. oiieueU on Thursday.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Manly Sensation. ACCUSED REMANDED FOR SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Manly Sensation. ACCUSED REMANDED FOR SENTENCE. .WillInm Wliyloy, 29,'K bnkur, plewl oil guilty iit tluft Central IQrlinin.il Conn lo-iluy~toT cliai'RU of wound Inc Agnes Simpson at. Wanly, in Oc t'libiif, wllli intmit to do grievous limli ly liarm. AociiHnrt wa'H remanded till to-morrow lor sentoucu.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In a Tunnel. ....100 GERMAN BODIES..... [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

In a Tunnel. 100 GERMAN BODIES. LONDON, Dec. K-The bodwauit over a huncked.Qcrman soldiers lyAvu been foun«M8>«'.tunnel 'pot .wasrdu#. during the ' battle .'<>1. Verdun, sta tes u 'Paris' liiessaec'. , The tunnel which contains a complete plant for nianufacttti'inK mineral water, such as was supplied to the German troops extends from Mort Homme Hill to Berthoneourt village. 'The theory is that the Germans were surprised and suffocated in a gas attack.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Charabanc Capsizes. TWO KILLED, THREE SERIOUSLY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Charabanc Capsizes. TWO KILLED, THREE SERIOUSLY INJURED. A Melbourne telegram to-day Hays that two men were killed and three seriously injured when a charabanc, containing eighteen men from Cql lingwood, overturned " on the main road between Varra Glen and Eltham early to-day. The three brakes fail ed to hold on a steep decline. Augustus Sincule, 40, one of the men killed, wins playing a banjo wlieu tiie, disaster occurred.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fascist Dictatorship. Renewal for Another Year. MUSSOLINI WOULD ABOLISH PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

i Fascist Dictatorship. Renewal for Another Year. MUSSOLINI WOULD ABOLISH PARLIAMENT. KC.\(ti, 'Dec. I. Tin* Italian Cham ber of Deputies reassembled yester day. ArnoiiK the measures for Im mediate adoption is the renewal of ({(('(iitor/al pouvr for another year. The 4 Ually Telegraph" correspondent KtateH (hut Sfgnor Mussolini in «er 1 nusly consSdrrjijL: (In* abolition or I*hrlisistiuNt altop'ilier. 'lie express this view to u deleuation of t^ihor experts and- indu*m;flists ^Accord iiiK to Signer ,\lu.->olinl a congress ot experts, with powers, iniuht be more useful Hum a mere elective pdHticnl hotly, which appeal* only to vast masses, pandering to their Ignorance, cupidity ami vices. The Oovernjjjent* should be for the benefit oE u greater number, but not h.v n greater number. Ktenor Mus solini's conviction is that Purlin {iKiits. repreHontiiiK only misguided, ignorant, capricious masses. arc oh Moletft, and no hmgov prrfovm any useful function In a modern State,.; * FASCISTS ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cars Collide. DR. MURPHY SERIOUSLY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Cars Collide. DR. MURPHY SER10USUY INJURED. ' Two cars collided at Uverpool this morning, both' being badly damaged. Dr. Murphy was a passenger in olio of tlio cars and. was seriously in I jtired. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CABLES. SINGAPORE BASE. Earl of Balfour's Defence. WASHINGTON TREATY NOT VIOLATED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

TO-DAY'S CABLES, | ?' *- i SINGAPORE BASE. Earl of Balfour's Defence. * WASHINGTON TREATY NOT VIOLATED. . . UXiXlKi'N, 0«h\ 1.-JThe sUulcntw of Birkheek College greeted tlx* .lilarl ot .Balfour in .urotuHiiun faHhion after the manner ,of student*. when ho addres sed -them on cui'tent topics." iiord UaUour defended the Ver sailles treaty auulnst contomiKirary crftfcfHiu. fie believed future his torians would regard it as an Jm* men«e work of constructive states mnmihip under exceptional mid extra ordinary dilHcalMes. J Jo declared the feeling which had arisen about hintfapore was entirely baseless, be ing founded oa an entire miHconcep (ion of tlio facts. Singapore had been deliberately excluded from tho Washington treaty with tho full con sent and knowledge of Americans and .Japanese. Singapore could not ho made* effective for oflenee. its Hole value lay, In defence, because any .British Hoot defending Australia and ; New Zealand must he based at Singn pore, Tho that it WHS a violat...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Explosion at Parkes. Man Blown Into Street. THREE SHOPS BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Explosion at Parkes. Man Blown Into Street. ] THREE'SHOPS BURNT. I A man was passing a refreshment room at PniicoH yesterday morning; three doors away from his own home, when he saw a light through the door. .Ho entered, believing a firo had broken out. IHq then struck a match and immediately a loud ox plosion occurred. A fire followed, destroying -King's refreshment rooms, Smiles' hairdressing saloon, and Ar« ihnr's saddlery shop. Tlie man who struck the match, Theo Georgulon, was blown Into the street and badly injured. Ho was admitted to hospi tal, ami is not expected to recover*

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Spirit World. MEDIUM SSNYENCED FOR IMPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

The Spirit World. MEDIUM SSNYENCED FOR IMPOSITION. .At tlK< farmmafri( 1'oUvu sConrl an Krlda'y, Ksslo Dorcas Dunn was sen tcuceil 10 fourteen (lays' imprison ment on a (.'liiU'K'' of having unlnw fully pretended, tlii'unjjh the medium of spiritualism. to deceive and im pose on.I.flfan Armfleld, at 1'iit'ranifit t;i, oh i.jtli November, '.Miss Armfleld, who Is a police of ficer, slated that she visited (ieft'iul nnt ;(l Jit-i' house v.'JtJi it constable, and tluiy were ushered Inlo u ilark room. Ilefendaiit went into a tnincu am I (old tier that she XI iw a lull man slandlnu hesido her ill uniform; lib' was in the spirit iw.orid,-us he htui' hjien. k/llert at'the Wir;.-slie'was veryi tpnd 'of him, and had suffered from a' crushed heart, for Koine t!n\e after wards f she would,', however, meat' iw other mail ili a' month;' wlio'wm), lull, Kood iooltina, awl.'professional ;'!slfo would marry that man dost year, tint I l.lirc:igli the death of u littlu wliitw iiaired mm she ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOP WEIGHTS. CARRINGTON STAKES AND TATT'S CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

TOP WEIGHTS. '.CARRINGTON STAKES AND TATT'S CUP. Tlio weights for the Carrington : Stakes, to be vim on IDouember 29, ami Tutt's 'Club Cup, to be rim on ^January 1st, were Issued to-day. The lending weights arc: Currlngton Stakes-The Hawk 10 0 Suuburnt 9.1-1, Duke Iutnglass 0.S, Ot acre 9.3. * . Tutt's Cup-The Ulawlc 9.G, Fred Power 9.4, Tlio 'Epicure S.1'2.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

SPORTING. THE TURF. Mooreffeid races on Saturday re sulted as follows: JumpcrH* Flat Jtuce. U miles.-Hay 'Day 2, Ainheriae /'Red Cardinal «J. Winner 5/1. laying tHandicap, « furs.-Am rat 1, Grotesque 2, -Demetrius . Win ner 5/'l. Nursery Handicap, 5 i'tira.-'First dfvfsfon: iBard of Avon X, So Long 2, Kumii o. Winner, 3/2, Second*'division: Onward i; Magi* cian 2, Cave Dweller Winner l'2/I. .Moovettelrt Handicap, 1?» miles. "Wirrimah 1, Qlolyneux 2, Cesarion 3. Winner 9/2. Three-Year-Old Handicap, 15 furs First division: Uuthos 1, Scarlet Pop py 2, E^me Dighton :i. Winner 2i/'l. (Second division: lHlack 'Hawk 1-, TUrdle 2, l.ora 3. Winner ,S/'l. Welter Handicap, 1 mile.-iPercyrp us 1. Crtboclmii Wrangle 'Win ner.' 7/2,

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. .\Vhent 4/ . Flour £11. Mrnn £7/5/. i'oilard £7/»/-. CHERRY MARKET. Cherries sold up to K5/- pur case In .Sydney tiwlay. The Growers mul tt/stribiitors' Company advise having received 75 per com. of the consign ment* to-day. anil desire grower# from Yautig to send large consign ments of exportable cherries to-night, *aiso on Wednesday ami Thursday nights. Tlu» cherry van on Friday night's train ran hot anil had to ho shunted off before reaching Sydney. It. did not arrive until 5J.5JO p.m., but the company made arrangements for delivery of the fruit. and little Jons to /In- growers was experienced. DISTRICT - WOOL. (»oMsbrnii/;h, LWort ami Co., 'Ltd., re |ic»rt the sale of the following local clips: J- l». Nowhm, 'Itiinhi, flue qua* liiy. ,gowl length, good condition, lit* tie dusty, A A. VIC & ttf. :ild.: AAFlll £ W. iS7«l.: AKH Ai W. i'7id. The Australian '.Mercantile, Land Finance Co.. Ltd.. report the fol lowing district sales:-From tllurrowa...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rescued from Lachlan. COWRA BOY SAVES TWO LIVES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Rescued from Lachlan. COWRA BOY SAVES TWO LIVES Although ho nearly lost his life, Doujilas Murphy, "f Cmvni. has the honored distinction nf having reb elled two people from the l.nchlan river in one week. The pluckv lad is a son of Richard Murphy, of Mae. j (lunric street. Cowra. In the middle ! of last week he was xwimniiiu; in the i Rocks Waterhole. in the [.nchian, ' which is patronise.! hy. the local swim I luer.-i. A man mimed Reynolds ! Kot into difficulties anil yoiiii^ Mur- j phy went .straight in after him and j broucht him' nslibre. On Saturday morning: a man nam ed Los McLeod eot out of his depth I and a era in Murphy dived to the res- ! cue. This time' it was a different i proposition for the drownintr man ; seized him in n convulsive U'l'ip, put- . tine both lives in peril. But yoitnir ; Murphy knew his job. He. dealt Mr Lend a mijrhty kick in the stomach, j renderins him helpless, and then I broujrht him ashore. !

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

w§Tp( More forjprc mong)[ I 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 busineso as ionu as business is to.be dono. People buy what helps them just as naturally as they drink water." CHELLEW, TEOMPI- & CO.'S MEN'S SHOP OFFERS VALUES THAT ARE A DEFINITE HELP TO BUYERS. STRONG WORK SHIRTS, 5/11. Quality Harvards that Bland up to hard wear-nil sizes ut 5/fl. Niivy Drill and Harvards at 7/11 S/ll and 9/0. Heavy iiluck Drill Shirts, tough, strong-D/B. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS, 8/6. Natural Flannel, lu a sound <iua . lity-s/e. Dark Greys In big sizes-S/ll 0/6 WHITE LAWN H'KERCHIEFS 7id. Sound quality in tho regulur size-7Jd. ' J«iwu Hemmed 'Handkerchiefs lOJil., 1/- and 1/3. Hemstitched 'Handkerchiefs at 1/-, 1/3 und 1/C. SUITS HEADY TO WEAR FROM 59/6. ?\Vhore something lover than a Tailored Suit la needed, see Choi lew Trompf and Co.s Ready-to Wears. Tlioy are horo...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queen Competition. Coronation Ceremony. BRILLIANT AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Queen Competition. Coronation Ceremony. BRILLIANT AND SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. The competition. uinili \v;is 1 inaugurated in June liixt .1 in- iins i of supplementing the finam of iii»- i Sacnd Heart Hospital, V"iim:. y.-.ts brought to it brilliant ainl >n< i >..^1111 - , conclusion on Friday nfgh:. Tiie I coronation cvreuumy inn!; ph*« .- in t1 Strand Theatre and. s»s \»;i- ;mti»i \ paled, attracted a very !;. ry». hitler : lug of town and disiriei ] Needless ;o say. the yrejt;»>t ..ntliu- . siasm was tiispliiy«*<i by 1 >uppori- ; eis of tlx> respective cninlbhite.-, viz., . ?MUs Kiti)i1«**»n 'Croke t * >»».? n 01 I Spring Miss Florence Shmiih KJucen ; 01 Summer). and «MISM 'Marjori.- Sean ' ton 1 Qu'm'ji of Aiitumni. Th«* tilth* | iMitIiIk of Honor and* ."M^ndinx ' each of Uu* candidates \\< v<- IOIm.m! i and aitlred ('as were tlx* *in» * n> ihein j solves 1 In )*fsiiitifiil mhmim-'. rtin \ blending of tin.* nmUif;ir" i...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEPHONE EXTENSION AND REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

TELEPHONE EXTENSION.AND j REPAIRS. ' . ... ! Two Kan>r.> oi worker*- c?mpio>eu by tbc T<iU ph<vn»*. Construction Pc partpi'ent arrived at Yountf^from Syd ney our»rv th<- past few days. They will be envrajr' il fur rfome weeks in flreCtinjr new .«uh.«^rihc.r8, lines and effecting* repair." to 'telephone] lines in'various pnrtv «»f the*'district*.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Double Tragedy. BOMS UNDER THE SOFA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Double Tragedy. BOMB UNDER THE SOFA. (LONDON* Doe. 1.-The extraordin ary story Ih toll! by the J3m|» IN;sth correspondent of the "Dally Express" and the scene was a Hungarian vil lage. Klemens Aiulrlosco having discov ered that hf« wife w««* unfaithful to him, anil wan visiting her lovor tidily* constructed a bomb which he con neeted with electric control. This he placed under the sofa upon which his wife and her lover always wit. Thfrn he hid himself. Soon tho err lug pair entered and Hat upon the sofa. He set the mechanism of tlu» bomb in motion. 'But the lovor heard the sinister clicking. He sprang front the sofa anil jumped through the window. A moment later hus* band and wife were blown toploees. An attempt was made by the villas* ers to lynch the lover, but the polico imprisoned him for lite-safety.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO'DAY'S POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

TO'DAY'S POLICE COURT. j At the Yuunjf Police Court to-ita.v, , before Jfr. A . S. Wickhnm, .1. P .. I Walter Molloy was charged-with hav j injr been round drunk in ^urrowa strtct «>ir Saturday nijrht. The defendant, .who had been before the* ( Cpurt on previous occasions for 1 drunkemwa*, was fined 10/ with 1hc j usual alternative. . ' \

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