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TO-DAY'S' NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
TO-DAY'S' NEWS IN BRIEF, Hundreds of cars brought visitors from surrounding towns to Young yesterday. ; Lionel Allen was committed for trial a&lt; th« Crookwell court on u charge of having embezzled the sum of £68 2/5, on July 8th,ithe property of "Mo'reton McDonald, Ltd., of Crook well. There was a further charge .concerning a cheque for £73 2/6. Mr.H. Barrett, 93, who resided at Grenfell for 60 years,' is dead; De ceased lived at Young at the time of the Lambing -Flats riots. Thomas Turner, 12, was playing at Warraderry school and ran into a wire . which caught him under the chin and threw him to :the ground. He was subsequently treated at' tho Grenfell hospital; Mr, R;-Crawford and Mr. Cecil McCarthy, of /Grenfell, had an un pleasant expedience with a snako when driving In'a Ford car on the Monteagle-Briindah road. They saw a snake lying on the road and at tempted to skid the back wheels over it. On stopping the car they saw the snSke disappearing into the tool box, then ...
LURE OF THE CHERRY GARDENS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
LURE OF THE CHERRY GARDENS ; 'V^ YoiJntii,Was;, ,f&lt;uJ'tin* time beiwc; become the tourist resort of the surrounding towns, the attraction being the extensive orchards which are"' now laden with thousands of ripe: red cherries. Yesterday, out side one of the principal orchard* there-was a striiur of cars left stan dinf?side of the road for nearly a mile, whilst ihe occupants had a rarfiblfi over the orchard and endeav oured to cat a cherry from every tree. No one has yet succeeded. The visitors yesterday came in hun dreds from Grenfel), Oowra, Bar-: medman, Temora, Wngjya, Coota mundra, Hurrowa, Murruninurrah, Juriee. ami other centre*. The in flux' of visitors next Sunday is anti cipated will b«« a record.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
-^ '???? "?" .? 1 ; -? --* Primus Engineering Outfits The British Toy for the Australian Boy. THE ONLY OONSTRUCIONAL TOY WITH WOOD AND METAL - PARTS. .Primus 'Engineering, the toy for the builder of modela. It offers \mUmltcd possibilities in building still and working machines, ve .hides, ote. The outfits contain n number of well designed parts, made of both wood and metal. Mini which a greater variety . of models ci\n be mndo ttomi other constructional toys. Every boy shoittd be the proud owner of n Primus Outfit-lie can then uuilu with perfect ease, models of (ho real thing, lining wood and "lctal parts 'in their correct positions. tfaeh outfit Is supplied with a handsomely illustrated Instruct! an manual, JUNIOR Contains 57 Wood and Metal parts .. *? ' NO. NO. 1 NO. 2 NO. 3 NO. 4 122 140 ;; 267 " " 649 " " " BOUGHT I N LONDON, 8/6 12/6 25/ 45/ 63/ W. F. GILBERT PHONE 140 YOUNG Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE PROMPTLY RELIEVES ALL AFECTIONS OF THE BRONCHIAL PASSAGES AND R...
G.U.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
G.U.O.O.F. ' At the- last moetmc ol inc.- ioi"iK I . i ^Branch of the Ci.-an.l Cnlt«l Order j Vof "Oddfellows. Bru. I.. I anion, 1'. . '.^Gm was? presented hy the D.D.M. 5 Br?*. A. C\ Logan with a framed ; emblem of the Order as a memento . of his term as Noble Grant) of tne I Branch.
Training the Young Idea. MISS CLARE RINTOUL'S EXCELLENT TUITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
Training the Young Idea. : MISS CLARE RINTOUL'S CELLENT TUITION; . The training ol tlio children who* participated in the queen coronation' 011 'Friday night-last was under tlio i personal euro and supervision or MIsr . Clare IKIiitoul, and as tlie big cord-' mony in question proved, Miss -Riu-' toui's successful tuition and training! was brilliantly successful nnil ro-. Meets the highest possible credit on^: that accomplished young lady. Tho' largo assemblage wlio witnessed tlie' coronation were unanimous in their?' pralso of the faultless nianuer JiL» which the little ones-queens, pages, . maids of honor, inlniiot dancers, and' 'otlier attendants-carried out their* respective parts. We Join with plea-" suro in tlio many compliments paid to Miss ltlntoul in tlio Hplondid sue-*' cess which attonded lier painstttkliig"" labors in th« direction indjeatod. J
CHARGE OF DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
CHARGE OF DRUNKENNESS. At the police batU1'i u ' before Mr. A. .S. Wickham, J.P Duncan Thompson, an ehltirly man, . was charged with hnviiitf been fouml j drunk i" Buriowii .street on the P1' ' vious niicht- Ilei"K the defendants first lapse from sobriety the bcftch took a lenient view ol the i-iwe mi I inutoKod a nominal penalty of -/&lt;?. in tlefnult impris»niiiunt till the rising uf the court.
CURRENT NEWS. AFTERMATH OF AN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
CURRENT NEWS. AFTERMATH OF AN ACCIDENT. Mr. Thurlojv, who sustaini"! jj fractured wrist through btuiR > thrown from hi. horse on to the dcckin? of &lt;> bridjre about a foit i ieht »KO. went to tlio hospital on siaurclav. fo.' th, purpose "f havinjt his injured arm -Vniyed. In ntlcli tioil to the damaire sustained to thi n n ^ ,,f ;\*rUtf the nerves of the arm' were also found to have been injured. Hence the necessity for X-ray treatment.
Man Drowned. BRIDGE COLLAPSES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
Man Drowned. BRIDGE COLLAPSES. A Wellington (X.Z.) mufMiitfc to* tiny auto* that. while a bridge ul Cliutu was being dismantled, thu .structure collapsed and fell SO feet *uto the river. The contractor, W. Cjinpton, aged Vj, was hurled into the river and drowned. Ills com panion, Samuel (Miller, also went in to the water, aud Is critically iujured.
MR. R. E. ELLIOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
MR. R. E. ELLIOTT. Mr. Robert Edward Elliott, who was admitted to the Sacred Heart Hospital, Young, about nine days ago, suffering from a severe internal deranzement, died in that institution last night. During the. day his con dition rapidly became worse and his wife and children were sent for, all his relatives being present at his bed side to the end. ' The deceased was a well-known and respected resid ent of Dcmondrillc, where he suc cessfully carried on farming Opera tions for a number of years. He was 68 years of age^ The body was removed this morning by Mr. Patter son to his late residence at Demon drille from whence the funeral will take place to-morrow. .The inter ment will be made in the Church .of England section of the Murrumbur rah Cemetery.
TIPPERARY v RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
TIPPERARY v RAMBLERS. Ramblers defeated Tlpperary oil tho crielcet ground yesterday by 56 runa. Scores: RAMBLERS. IS. H()b:u>, 1) ^Lister 23 Droderlcfc, c Hammond li Ste vens 5 J. Rlililtill, li Stevens 0 - .Mct.au>.-::,'in, h iLister 2 W Moirls, b I,inter .. .. .. .. .. 1 W. Smith, 1) Wilson 23 A. W. Scott, not out 30 h'. M. Spark, c Rogers l> Caldwell 10 J. Kennu, c Hammond b Caldwell 3 A. c". 'Uuchun, b iLister .. .. 2 K. /CoIlosB, b Ulster . .. 0 Sundries 9 Total 113 fowling: G. Stevens vS/84: Lister, r,/!M; lit. iHIInon a/20; tit. Jones 0/7; ; J. Caldwell 2/3. ; TIPIR13RAJIY. I;? I*, luogei's, c urodericK b (Hidden iL It. Woodbrldse, b Kenna 10 : 0. Stevens, a Kennu b Smith .. 16 ; I., IHanlon, li Cohosh ........ 6 . It. 'Wilson, b Colless 0 I). Kelly, 1) Smltli 3 , L. Hammond, h Colless 0 R. iMetzier, not out .. 7 : It. Jones, t;'Morris b Smith .. .. 7 i It. Lister, b Broderick 1 i J. (Caldwell, c Colless b Smith ... 3 ; Sundries 3 i ' Total S7 I IBowling: J. Ridilell...
CRICKET. BULLA CREEK v GRENFELL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
CRICKET. SULUA CREEK v GRENFELL -Bulla -Creek Went to Grenfell' yes* terthjy ti> try COUCIuhJodh with Gron fell .Centrals for tlie (Pioneer Cup. The" game resulted in a draw, fol lowing are the BcoreB: G'ltBNKiEiLl, CENTRALS. J. Hall, b M. Powderley y H. Shaw, b IJeasoy 31 TJ. Maedonnell, b m. Joyce 13 A. Hall, c B. Powtjerloy b G\ Powderley ; 19 J?. Shaw, rim out .. .3 'K Moiloy, b 'Deasey 4 2W. -Lehman, e iPowderley b'DeaHey 2 J, Gormau, hit wicket b Webb .. 64 VV. 3haw, c aud b Deuaey .» ..28 J. AnderHon, not out .. .. .. .. ICi O. Cottle, li M. Joyce 0 'SundrioH .. .. .. ti Total 181 .Howling:: !Eb Powderley 1/45; M. Joyce, 2/60; J. Joyce, 0/ilfl; J. iDeaHey 4/:>«; V. Powderley, 1VU5; M. 'Webb, 0/8; C' Webb, 1/S. BULLA CRT3BK. Eb .Powderley, Ibw b Jl. Shaw .. 111 21. Powderley, c lit. Shaw b A. Wall 7 A. :McKtllop, c Gorman b '\V. Shaw 31 5B. Bryant, not out 60 F. Powderley, b A. Hall 11 Sundries .. .. '.. .. 14 Four wlekotH for 134 Bowling: A. Hail 2/47; at. Shaw, '1/20; ...
OBITUARY. MR. THOMAS SHORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
OBITUARY. MR. THOMAS SHORT. . . It is with- deep vegrct that we re cord the death of Mr. Thomas Short proprietor of the Criterion Hotel, Young, which occurred, at 5 o'clock on Sunday morning at Wentworth Falls, where he had been sojourning for several months past in the hope of refraining his health. The de ceased gentleman, who had attained his 08tfi yenr, hud been suffering from a bronchia) complaint, which was the primary cause of death. As mentioned in Friday's "Daily Wit ness," the patient took a change for the worse that morning, and Mrs. Stion, un receiving 11 telegram to that effect, left by the mail train on Fri day evening, but his death had oc curred several hours before she ar rived at her destination. The late Mr. Short was a very ola and highly esteemed resident of Young and for over 20 years successfully conduct ed the business of the Criterion ho tel. which has establishment has now . been curried on by the family for the record long period of 45 years. He is survive...
TENNIS. COUNTRY WEEK IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 3 December 1923
? TENNIS. COUNTRY WEEK IN SYDNEY. I The following team of ladies will represent the Bm-rart)jo«/r Lawn Ten nis Club, Younj;; in'the tennis mat ches at the forthcoming annual Cdun try Carnival to be held .in Sydriey anil to commence on January. 8th, 1H24:-Misses Nancy Dowlinc, J. Es plin, F. Esplin. and M. Tievncy. Em i ergvneieft arc Misses M. Dowllns and M. Dw'yer.. ' * . ? - I The club will- not be represented l).v a Men's'team as the renuired:play eys will not bo availUble'tu mnko the tVip. i ,, 3usi(los the| teaibs liiiitshos the above six ladjes'have,entered for . tljo various singles and'Dotibles'chiim pionship events. As usual the last Saturday of November is the finish .for the Burrawronfr Club's' season ;nn(l afternoon'tea -is not provided ;6n Saturdays after tHati ilutc. How ever, the courts are Kept' in' oluyinu; order nil the year round uiirl there ,is always a jjuod niuny ent)iusiasta .who play right" tlirbuirh tlifi summer, mostly late in the afternunos. _