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A Fatal Draught. ARSENIC IN RUM BOTTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

A Fatal Draught. ARSENIC IN RUM BOTTLE. -After drinking from a flask labell ed "Olt! Anchor rum," in the morning, -William '.Margetts, Tick Inspector, of Mallunganee, noar Casino, died the same afternoon, It was stated that the flask contained arsenic. .Lionel Cohen, a chemist for the Tick Board of Control, said, the con tents were identical with n concen trate issued by him to the, stt^tT, and twelve drops would cause death. Jlow the Ilask came into the cam]) was a mystery. 'Other evidence was given .that deceased had got out of bed early one marnii)#, and shortly after wards called out >io his mates. "That is not rum that 1 drank." One of the men tasted it and spat it out. Tlie Coroner returned a verdict that death wuh due to drinking ar esnic in mistake for rum. Counsel for relatives of deceased stated the ver dict should be carried further, as he alleged that there had been criminal intent on tho part of the person who had filled the flask. I

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

SUMMER DRINKS AND ICES. j Attention is directed to Mr. H. A. : Gierke's announcement in to-day's i ''Pally Witness" Jn reference , to his: new stocks of vanilla ices, squashes and numerous other delicacies in the 1 Hue of cool .Hiunmur drinks. TfiO' establishment has been completely re modelled :ind i>siir«nH are cordially invited to call at Gfesoke's, where ; they urn the latest and b(?Bt. in J t >1 siinnntir beverages. j

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOVIE ACTRESS BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

MOVIE ACTRESS BURNT TO DEATH. ! SAN ANTONIO (Toxns)> bec.';',l.' -Mal tha Mansfield, ' cincma' slaiT died yesterday from burns. . Iter dress caujrht lire while th»> movie ac tress was engaged 9"' ln?ati<yi, She was terribly injured, and death fol lowed soon afterwards ., . ... _«

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sir Timothy Coghlan. INJURED IN A MOTOR SMASH. (Australian Press Association Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Sir Timothy Coghlan. INJURED IN A MOTOR SMASH. (Auslrnliau Pivan Association Cable.) LONDON. Dec. 2.-Sir Timothy CoKhlnn. AKi'iit'Cioneral for N.'d.W'., was seriously injured ill 'a motor smash.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Building Trade. Training of Youths. SCHEME TO BE EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

I Building* Trade. . * Training of Youths. SCHEME TO BE EXTENDED. The Master Builders, in a deputa j turn to Mr. Bruntnell on behalf of i the Minister for Labor anil indus try, asKetl for financial assistance for. ; . rnrryitiK on of a scheme for j training youths as bricklayers which they claimed has been a most pro , noitnced success and which it was j intended to extend so as to include . plastering. ! Mr. Bruntnell replied that the re | quest hud his fullest approval. Ho : said, he would recommend Cabinet , to assist such a splendid scheme and e.vtend it as far as possible. It I stated that the unions, which J had first fought the scheme bittcrlv, . had now withdrawn their opposition. | and were sending relatives of mem j l>ers to take advantage of it.

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

Makes Prices Pale STUNNERS IN SOCKS | SAVINGS IN SHIRTS: MEN'S ALACK COTTON SOX I Per Pair-4Jd. MEN'S ALU WOOL BLACK : CASHMERE SOX-1/9. MEN'S GREY & TAN SOX- i Per pair-6d. ! MEN'S BLACK HAWLEY DYE ' SOX-1/3 per pair. ? MEN'S BLACK SOX, with I Fancy Clox-1/6 pair. ' MEN'S BLUE WORK SOX-per i pair-8d. MEN'S BLUE & BROWN DUN CAREE TROUSERS-3/6 pair. MEN'S DARK TWEED TROU SERS, with neat stripes. Were 0/11 and 8/6. NOW-4/11 pair. I MEN'S BROWN DRIllI COATS .... 3/11 each! YOUTHS* DARK TWEED 3 PIECE SUITS, long trousers 29/11 the Suit. MEN'S BRACES, strong make. Per Pair-1/6. M'EN'S WHITE HANDKER CHIEFS, full size-4Jd. each. MEN'S SILK BROAWAY TIES. Each-1/-. MEN'S MERCERISED WHITE TWILL SHIRTS, collar and pocket-3/11 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 attractive pat terns-all sizes MEN'S DARK TWEED 3 ?IECe i SUITS, Trousers, Vest and Coat The Su...

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

Murdered Girl. Shot by Former Lover. | BOMBAY, Doc. I.- Sentence (if death has been passed on Serjieant i Pearston. of the Indian Auxiliary I Force, for tho murder of a ,-irl who was formerly his Mveethenrt. I riii Tliu jrirl's name was .May Ingham. : There hail been an cnjrairenicnt be tween her imd Pear.-tun. \Vlion it wax broken off, it is alleged, he en tered her bedroom on the nii:lit of August 8th and shut her. We then I WIV ehiniself up.. The trial lasted I for live days. Tim verdict will lie i I subject to the High ('curt. -lUuitcr.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nile Flooded. VILLAGES SWEPT AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

I Nile Flooded. I VILLAGES SWEPT AWAY. I CAIRO, Dei-. 1.-Ton-ilk' rain storms swept awn.v whole vilWcs. j ami rondiM'efl hundreds honu'less in the Assuan region. The railway i !r',:os were destroyed . ? rhe inhabitants in the floode-l' vil Iiiires are in pitiable distress for lack I «f food and shelter. The Govcrn | nicnt has despatched tents and foo<t from .Cairo. >

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mission in Methodist Church. OPENING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Mission in Methodist Church. OPENING SERVICES. The JI e v. Raymond Preston.com irienccd his ton-days' mission in the Methodist church, Young, on Satur day evening last. On Sunday ho preached both morning and evening, and in the afternoon he spoke to men only. Iiis addresses were listened to with rapt attention, and one could not help feeling that deep impres-r sions were being made. The mis-/ non will continue all this week, meet ings being held every night m the ; Methodist church at 8 o'clock. A; special feature of the mission will: be a well-known lecturo which Mr Preston has delivered in many places, ': entitled "Great Athletes, Musicians and Public Men who have been Slain through Afcoftol.,'\*,This!jU,cturC'>.wiilL» be well worth hearing. In many respects, the Rev. Ray mond Preston is. a remarkable man. Ten yeprs ago he came from England for a year's rest, after twenty years: of unbroken labour in the British Isles. He is still in N.S.W., and likely to remain here. His name,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humphrey Oxenham. DEATH THIS MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Humphrey Oxenham. DEATH THIS MORNING. Tim il« at h OCCUITIM! tsirly thlts morn-. Inp at Ins n?sl(!(?nco, Xoutral UJuy, of .Mr. IItiinpliroy Oxenlmm, ono of tlio biggest i>oi)kiuakcrs over conncctud with Uiw Australian turf.

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

WALLENDBEEN. The School-Church which was dam | aged by the storm of some months back is now reconstructed and was formally taken possession of on Sunday last. A most successful Mission was ear net on for a whole' eight days by Father Reginald C.PM and although it is now the busy harvest time', the attendance at the services day after j day was wonderful, showing the faith of the people, when put to the test, not merely an idle practice i but practical in every way. When ! an appeal for funds was mude on Sunday last to defray th? expenses of makiiig good' the destruction of , the storm, £12G was willingly sub | scribed, so that the Sisters School | and the church will benefit' by the "act of providence."

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

TO CRICKET CLUBS. Seer«?tari<?j! of cricket cams are notified that unless reports of wat ches arc forwarded immediately niter such matches are played, they will not he inserted.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thrown from Horse. DISTRICT FARMER SEVERELY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Thrown from Horse. DISTRICT FARMER SEVERELY , INJURED. Oil Fritlny evening, 15". Thomas Croire, dairy farmer, of Marengo Flats, met with n painful accidont. Ho was returning homo on horse back after a visit to Young and when in tho vicinity of "Templemore' his horse suddenly shiod, throwing Mr. Crowe violently to the ground, his injuries including severe abras ions of tho head and body. He was nicked up' by Mr. P. Kuarins, of "Templemore," and promptly brought by that gentleman to town for mcdioal treatment. The injur ed man was taken to the Sacred Heart Hospital. It was found nec essary to insert several stitches in the wound in his head. He is now progressing as well as can be expec ted in tne eurcumstances ? The members of the Young Uni vers'tv Tiitor'al Class will learn with regret tine thoir entiijetie secretary, Mr. 11. P. Farrar, has tendered his resignation, owing to' his npnroaeh in>» departure from Yoi'np. Mr. Hi Edwards (of Chulluw-Thbmpr'a) lias consented to act as se...

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

LITTLE GIRL CRUSHED. 'v.Jovee Ciirkh*. the three year out daughter of Mr. F. Bickle,- secre tary to Miss.-r.-. Iiayes and Rtissell, Ltd.. Queanlw.'van, was fatally injur ed on Friday.' The accident occur red near Mr. Birkle's residence, O'Hanlon road. A tree was cut down the previoui nitrht, the butt o£ the trunk falling with its end on the stump. Sewral children were play fng on Fridav. when the trunk sud denly rolled over, crushing the lit tle girl. heath was almost instan taneous.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAM BURSTS. 600 LIVES LOST. THREE COMMUNES FLOODED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

DAM BURSTS. 600 LIVES LOST. THREE COMMUNES FLOODED. KOM'K, -Dee. -A Jam ui 'l-ako liodrnc burnt. mvliiK to tlio terrific rjiin, rcU-iiHiiitf a flood three I'im.-i tlucp' Sx hundred lhvs were lost, and ilnvi; communes covered.--'Heuter.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Anglo-Saxon Clan. BIG DOMAIN MEETING PROTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Anglo-Saxon Clan. BIG DOMAIN MEETING PROTESTS. A huge meeting in Hie Domain yes terday afternoon unanimously resolv i'i| that the (Joverument should do dare tlu* Anglo Saxon Clan an illegal association, lailinj; which another or* ^s'nisation hit brought into existence »o fifcht it hv every possible method. A second resolution declared that while tin* Clan \va.< stupid in eon (?option and absurd In the scope of action, it has Lremendou.s potential! tios for evil in the hands of unscru pulous men, particularly in defeating 'Labor ill politic*. assailing civic ami religious freedom, ami aims at the subversion of constitutional govern ment.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Skull Fractured. ACCIDENT AT DARLINGHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

Skull Fractured. ACCIDENT AT DARLINGHURST. William Dttgnull, -59, wits knocked clown by a motor cycle at Oaiilug liurst yesterday aud liad his skull farctured. '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARENTS AND CITIZENS'... ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923

PARENTS AND CITIZKNS' ASSOCIATION. The meet in v arranged fur to-mpr' .? row niiriit ol' the Parents and Citi ' miw' 4s«ocintion has licen postponed , " until Tuewliiy. 11th inst in order to ....avoid ilashinir with the- bur public J/ i .' niectine to He Held in the park to morrow nit'ht to urjre the ilepnrt 'SC,h. .mcnts concerned t» expedite ir.at- I V'>V terfc iu contivi'tion with tho scheme >to convert the courthouse into a h-Zschool.

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

Bogus Doctor. , MAN ARRESTED. William Mowbray, who, it 1st alleg ed, has been impersonating u doctor, was arrested lust night by detectives, wlio Have been inquiring into tlio mat-. tor for several days. New Zealand has decided to com-, liete l'or the IDavis *Cup next year. J. C. Peacock has already been chos en as one o[ the team. . , Hurry Stone, of Sydney, easily de feated Clurrle .Blackburn on Saturday lilght: .Ho will now bo matched with the winner, of the Eugone Volaro ties Murrajj-fight. f/j i A1 {Irisbhuo (telegram statotf tlmt'i Kind's 'Building, wlflch wua destroyed l>y fire in November, '1922, WHS the scone of n< disastrous fire ugairi last nlglit. when a section of u six-storiqd building facing .Elizabeth street was destroyed within lialf.'un hour. Tlio hjiHBslvii jron doors prevented tlio flatnes from Teaching tliu. portion fju: tUt! (iuei'ti street. ' Tlie damage is estimated. at S20,<)00.

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

RECTOR OF VOUNG. Although mattery in connection with the appointment of a successor to the lute Rev. S. A. T. Champion as rector of YOUHK have not been finalised. it is understood that the new rector will i^e the Kev. K. L." MeKewon of Tumut. and that he will commence hi.-' parochial duties at Younjr early in the new year. An official announcement will probably be made in the course of the next Week. Mr. MeKeown is a young man with two children. Before comim? to this diocese as rector of BurridaJe, and twelve month* ajfo' to Tumut, he was for soW years con nected with the Brotherhood of tho Good Shepherd. i/> the Knthuret <Ho~ ceae. His appointment to Young' should be acceptably to the parish* ioners of St. ./ohn's because of the fart that he comes with the recom mendation of the late beloved rector who early in the present year e*X pressed the hope that if he at Any ! time should relinquish the work here I his successor should he the mnn I whom it is reported has* now...

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