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STATE POLITICS. Liquor Bill in Doubt. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
STATE POLITICS, i Liquor Bill in Doubt. The State Cabinet to-day deuides the order of business for the remain der of the session, and will probably proceed with the 'Community Settle ment Hill, the Dangerous Drugs Bill, and the 'Kail- iients Bill. The BJquor 13111 is in doubt, while the 'Ne Temere will probably be dropped. Sir. Lev stated yesterday that the I,i(luor ililll would not be dropped. The date of the referendum has not yL-1 been decided by the Government. It would be decided in the commit tee stage by the House. The Ciovtniimeni lias allowed the importation of West Australian pota toes, and over 10,000 bags will bo marketed to-day, thus saving Sydney from a potato famine.
Outrage at Epping. ANOTHER ATROCIOUS CRIME [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
Outrage at Epping. j "ANOTHER ATROCIOUS CRIME, j Another atrocious outrage &lt;m u | child occurred ut 'lOpping ilurliiK the week-end. A buy, need S, mid a girl, | aged 7. wei'i! sent 011 a message by | their motlioi' In the twilight, when a j yAung man got into conversation with j I hem anil sent the boy to buy a pap- ; er. 'Ho then induced the girl to : come towards a creek with him un-' der the promise that there was plan-! Iv or loouals there for the picking, j Once in the scrub, the girl was treat-1 eil in a revolting manner. She re- ? turned an hour Inter crying bitterly. I The police only have a very slender ; cine tn work on. '
INTER-SCHOOL SPORT. A TROPHY TO BE GIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
INTER-SCHOOJ- SPORT. A TROPHY TO BE GIVEN. There was tumultous applause ht the * banquet given tu the visiting Cowra teams last Friday, when Mf\ W. Martin (Cowra's spertsnmster) announced, that Mr. Bnteman, a gentleman who had neeompunied the Cowra teams, had been so impress ed *wijh the spirit shown that ' he hud decided to award* u trophy for competition between the two schools. Young thanks All*. Bateman. In Friday's issue we reported the result of the tennis match between Cowrn Intermediate High school and the Young District School. After dinner the day's sport continued the girls playing Vigoro and the boys cricket. Vigoro was played /n the school sports ground, which, for two hours, refunded with the ex cited shrieks of the opposing players. The game resulted in a victory for Young, scores heing Young KM, Cowra (52. Cowra went into hat lirst but were ouickly despatched for 25 runs, thanks to the excellent howling o! Isabel Spark 1t> wickets) and HiUi Reynolds (5 wickets). Y...
P. P. BANK. Operations Extending Throughout Commonwealth. FIRST BRANCH OPENED IN W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
P. BANK. j Operations Extending Through j out Commonwealth. : FIRST BRANCH OPENED IN W.A. i The Primary Producers -Hani; is ' . steadily pursuing tin* p«.li&lt;y laid | | &lt;i»wn when that now jlourMiiiig in- i s'ltinldM was inaugurated. on«- ot tin- . main planks or which polit y was in ' &lt;'X(«»ft«l its opera Horns as lapbily as ' po>sible throughout tli*» we.iltli, In order to.give lh«' man oti the land in tin* other State* Mn- bene- i tits am! advantages ;&lt;lr»*a«l> avail able to iIK* primary producer, n/ N'i-\v : South -Wales. This pr«»i"»sil wna . lully set foi*:)i at Young on behalf ' of tin* directors on the nn a-;.. n of: Ho* opening of (IK* local bran»h. and' I again. a few months Inter. \\.i>>n the ; | sub-branch was established at \Voin- ! . I»at. both of which hranehes. by the | way. having already more Mian ju^ii- 1 ; fled (he anticipations of lb-- i:*-ad of- ! I in Sydney. ; ! In extending its activities :?> West j «...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
HENRY FORD ON BUSINESS. "if you buy what peoplo need, .and sell it at a price ttral makes possession a help, and not a hard ship, then you will do business as lonu as business is to be done. People buy what helps them just as naturally as they drink water." CHELLEW, TROMPI- & CO.'S | MEN'S SHOP OFFERS VALUES THAT ARE A DEFINITE HELP TO BUYERS. STRONG WORK SHIRTS, 5/11. Quality. Harvards that stand up to bard wear-all. sizes at 5/fi. Navy Drill and Hntvarda at 7/11 8/11 and 9/C. / Heavy Black Drill Shirts, tougU, strong-9/6. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS, 8/6. Natural Flannel, In u sound qua lity-8/6: * Dark Greys In big sizes-S/ll 0/G WHITE LAWN H'KERCHIEFS 7}d. Sound quality in tho regular Blze-7id. Lawn Hemmed 'Handkcrclilelo 101(1., I/- and 1/3. Hemstitched Hundkorcliieta ut 1/-. 1/3 and 1/6. SUITS READY TO WEAR FROM 59/6. 'Where something lower tlmn a Tailored Suit la needed, nee Chd lew Trompt and Co.s Ileady-to Wears. They are hero in Greys, Browns and Navys, in all sizes...
Demondrille Shire Cr. Roberts Elected President [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
I Demondrille Shire. i Cr. Roberts Elected President, The monthly meeting: of Demon drille Shire - Council was held on Saturday when there was a full coun cil. Or. Julian (President) was in the chair. DEPUTATION FROM WOMBAT Prior to commencing the business a deputation consisting of Messrs. A. Bolder and L. D. Hall represen ting ratepayers of Wombat, appear ed before the Council and asked that the allocation of the Federal road grant be reconsidered, and instead of spending: the whole of the money on Currawong road a portion of it should be spent on the Southern road between. Wombat and Wallend been. Both speakers stressed the fact that this road, which was the main road from Sydney to Melbourne, and also to the Riverina, carried more traffic than any other thoroughfare in the shire. It was in a bad con dition and no work had been done on it for the past 8 or 1) years. Last winter it was a daily occurrence to see a motor car bogged there, and they considered that portion of the gran...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
WEDDING-. DAVIS-CROWE. A wedding,was celebrated at St. Clement's Church, Yass.Jo'n Wednes day evening at 7 o'clock, the con tracting parties being Mi*. Alfred Davis, second son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Davis, Wargeila, and Miss Irene A. Crowe, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Crowe( of.North Yass. The bride who was given away by her father was attired in white erepe-de chine, with silver trimmings, and wore a veil of tulle caught with or ange blossoms and carried abouquet of white daisies and poppies and maiden hair fern. Misses Fanny and Dottio Crowe, sisters-of 'I,the bride were bridesmaids, and wore pale blue and pale pink georgette, and black georgette Lady Betty hats, with trimmings to match. They carried bouquets of pale pink srftfeet peas and maiden hair fern and wore gold brooches, the gifts rof the bride groom. Mr. Joe Davis, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Thq bridegroom's gift to -the- bride. was a beautiful rug and the'.bride's gift to the bridegroom was a silver shav ...
COMMERCE FASHIONS, WOMEN'S DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
COMMERCE FASHIONS, WOMEN'S* DRESS. ? '. "' TliB hand of eommeroo lina boeu, fashioning woincna dresses, rollouts? Hiss Itanisay, n Sydney journalist/ who returned by tha Nnrkundra'aftor; rive years in London. Tile six liesti dress designers ot Paris, slie.guld,* were told by the representatives ,,oC* manufacturers that as wouieii'H J - dresses became scantier, and scantier,, so did the profits . of tlio factories.! iSome of them were faced with ruin.' Long dresses enine In Immediately." Tlio fashion mnkors went'.further.'anil! ordered lmnnels, ami In otluuv wuvh, added to the material attractiveness* of thp dress-and to the: profits oit.tbo' factories. Styles overseas. Miss 0tam* say said, were being . modelled on,' those of 1S30. IVelvet and moire, botli. In new and supplet form, ore being re-v ylve'd.. Hair is bleng bobbed ill il* now way. It is cut short at the back* like that of the men ,and lert fuller, at the sides. The, ladies In Paris* were wearing flesh coloured stock-* Ins...
TAKING NO CHANCES. FRENCHMAN'S FEAR OF BEING BURIED ALIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
r, TAKING NO CHANCES. FRENCHMAN'S FEAR OF BEING BURIED ALIVE. I.O-VIlO.V. U..C. 1st.--A RllUBlly dcath-bBil story In tolil by tho Paris oorrps|ion(I»>n( nr the Tele «raj)li." A Kri iii hnum niimrcl Vaf &lt;|Ut;Z (lltil a; "In- :iKt; of 75. Icavinc Itltt w/H contafn/n? cl:tiiHC la which lie liK rcliitivon that Ills. Iifcart l>o r.mi|>lntcly NcrV«d In tftK prenenr&lt;\ ol tho--.- to whom lii> l»:(t his forluiti;. He "vcu ileslKneil a I doctor, who duly iivrfurineil dm opcr-, at/on. /t Hint At. VafWfiiPj: ] once fell Intn a lt-'itinrelr enmlMi-.m J ami hM relittitv*, thinking him dead, I hagsn id iiifparz tor his !>meru!. For-1 ho-?honed-siiras ot llfo ill time. Alter that ho &lt;('?&lt;. (Joil not to | again risk living bnrletl aiivu, i
HARDEN AN ARRAY OF CUPS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
HARDEN, ! (From our Correspondent). , - AN ARRAY OF CUPS. i There lire on view in the wiriUnw I of Mr. Thomas, chemist, 10 nil vol- cups w"n by the local polo club »t the (loulhurn Carnival. Tliev are mostly challenge cups ami indu'le tile Nnrandera polo clul> cup. NIGHT TENNIS. A court is beinK prepared in .Veil ii,. nl.,,'"i 'r '- ""-'i11 K'""is W'H well in til' S sh"n''1 tnkf on well in the summer months. The courts will be lighted with electric DEPARTURES. ; J''.1*,1 }vc,Vk"tw&lt;! nrnmim-nt railway . odicmls left Harden. Mr. IS. Wark I travelling suli-inspector, left for j -V1'- ». Tooth, princi ! j','1' ..''''k at the loco ollice, left for I r.veleiKh.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
Makes Prices Pale STUNNERS IN SOCKS ] SAVINGS IN SHIRTS. MEN'S SLACK COTTON SOX i Per Pair-j MEN'S ALL WOOL BLACK CASHMERE SOX-1/9. ! MEN'S GREY & TAN SOX Per pair-6tl. MEN'S BLACK HAWLEY DYE I SOX-1/3 pep pair. MEN'S BLACK SOX, with Fancy Clox-1/0 pair. ? MEN'S BLUE WORK SOX-per ! pair-Ed. MEN'S BLUE & BROWN DUN- i GAREE TROUSERS-3/6 pair. ' MEN'S DARK TWEED TROU- 1 QERS, with neat stripes. Were 0/11 and 8/G. NOW-4/11 pair, j I MEN'S BROWN DRIt-L j 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. MEN'S WHITE HANDKER CHIEFS, full size-4Jd. each. MEN'S SILK BROAWAY TIES. E.ich-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-PIEC& SUITS, Trousers, Vest and Coat T...
CYCLING. TO-MORROW'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
CYCLING. TO-MORROW'S MEETING. TIio following nr&lt;» tin* IiphIm for the cyL'le rnn» to-morrmv. First iiiiil K(>(!on&lt;l to Htan in final, cm«t third In faKtent heiif. rrftaT MEAT:- -II. Smith 10yds., K ISmt «0yd3., ti\. TumlMTs fiOyds.. V. Well* .70ydfl..',A. Reynold* SUyds.. L. ilaiilon OOyils.t-1*\ l\in&lt;*h flnyds, \V. , Caldwil 90yd«.# ( SW/O.VD H SAT:-II. -Hi-Iurs. 1'u y&lt;\A" tx. J. King .".V'l.s, (J. Ki'oi;li .*o yi:v. i\ Pwiraoii 'i'tyiis.. K. Wceilru !HJyd*.. IH. 'Hardy iwyd.s &lt;\\\ Crsilisu-j 'It Kclmur !»nyds. Mcntr for li-milc «->«.!*? raw*: I'lUST IH!EAT:r-ll. Smith :;ny&lt;K. H. I'.Wpk.* "fiOyds., &lt;«. TUUIImts l-SOyim.. l\ IViiison ISOyrtK, A. Reynolds V'o II. llarily iTTtiyds.. \V. (irulwni ::70>d.*. R Klndi L'7»>yds. 5IXON*D I-fKAT.-It. Punt OO.mM.. A. J. Kins 106yd#.. (». KwiKh loOy»l-».. V Wirlls 210yds., l\ \V«»t'di»n 370ydH, J". I Union "270yds,. ill. Itelmor 270y.R V\\ ;;ildwoU 270yds. ...
LUNATIC RUNS. AMOK. TRAM PASSENGERS EXCITED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
LUNATIC RUNS. AMOK. TRAM PASSENGERS EXCITED. i A naked lit 1111 tit* arincil with a biiik 011 \y;it«T Jiif- ran down a strtu-t 111 .smith 'Ilaliniiin on S.itnnlay iil/ilu anil I fiul».;ivom-,.,1 lo hoard n tram. lie I Slipped fr.nii t!i&lt;; footboard, nnd n I wheel passed qyer lil« foot. rriislilni? i , . "r.. lJI,rl"c llls '""&lt;1 fare-,.. I 111 ouuh tlin .stroel he wax puraued liv ; I I wite clad In a iilKht iIi-pmh and lilmliio and by lii'i' brother. When | seized. allhoiiRh Ins foot was badly j iiijinoil. Ilie i.ian slnijTKled with sunii ti'i'orHy Unit it tonic throe men to ijuiwon him. Tho women In the tram | hncniw hysterical. finally the wn ; awjiy was handful nvor tf> doctors for I rxiiniination.
BENDICK MURRELL. (From our Correspondent). CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
BENDICK MURRELL. (From our Correspondent). CRICKET, . hi a match played at (Monteaslo on Sunday, Hendlck llurrell hail rather :in easy win. Scores: MONTEAGMa III. Troth, b Harcomlio, 1; W. lUnlo, j iC. Crown b Butt, IT; 13. McCaffery, !) T. Cans, 1!); W. Mclllhatton, c E. Cass b llarcombe, 10; IC. McCaft'ery, !) iHiitt, 0; AV. Robinson, b ,'Hnrcoinbe, t; T. Sheohan, li Hunter, 0; R. IDawo, u Ilutt b Hunter, 1; T. Rule, c C. Crowo b illuntur, 0; 'T. Crowe, b T. Cass, 1; !H, Rule, b Hunter, fl; J. VV.'itls, 0; sundries 2. Total-61. iBowling: W. 'Harcombe, 3/121; 'H. B. iButt, 2/50; T. Cass, '2/1; A. 13. Hunter, 2/7. BBNDICK M'tMWUELIL. W. Hunter, c MoCalTer.v b H. Rule. G; 'C. Williams, c 'Robinson b H.'IRule, 1 0; A. E. Hunter, c 'Watts b H. 'ilulc, 3; U Rowan, b MoCaffery, IS; Gnu Crowe, c llcCaftery b T. Crowo, li; H. 13. Hutt, b 'McOnffery, 1; W.-lIar ooiiibo, b Mclllhatton, 25; '13d 'Cass, &lt;; 'Mclllhatton b MoCaffery, 2; Cbris Crowe, not out, 13; J. ?Woodbrldiie, Ibw, ...
Incomes of Graziers. The Taxation System. TREASURER REPLIES TO REPRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
Incomes of Graziers. The Taxation System. TREASURER REPLIES TO REPRE SENTATIONS. Matters rotating to tho 3^«i!nral In conic lax, which wore considered by flits annual confevenct* of the UnwferB Associaton, were placed before tho Federal Treasurer (Air. f'agej Homo weeks ago. A report was obtained from Hie Commissioners of Taxation on (he '(iit'MfJonK raised. In his reply to tho association Mr. Page slated that ono of the proposals of the association was that all pay* mums incurred for repairs and main tenance should be allowed an deduc tions lor the year in which they were incurred. As far as bona-fide re pairs were concerned, those were al lowed in the year in which they were incurred. With regnrd tu deprecia tion on improvements, 'however, the Commissioner pointed oiit. that im provements which were attached to the soil formed part of, and were sold as purl of the laud. The act did not permit of an allowance in respect to depreciation in this regard, hut re pairs of such improveme...
Fate of "Australia." MAY FORM PART OF BREAKWATER [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
!" - ||. Fate of "Australia." SSjl MAY FORM PART OF BREAK fe WAJ[iRJ The fall' of the battle-cruiser "Australia." which played such an important part in the British Naval front line ilurinu the war. has lirae ticallv been decided. She will lie disembowelled and her hull will find n rt^tinj? pli'tcv beneath the waves, over which she once steamed so proudly, either outside the Heads or . as part of the CofT's Harbour break water. The Navy Department will ' remove all useful machinery and the j remainder wilt be advertised for iiale. I r.-Tho question as to where the hull '.'sKal! be sunk has yet to be decided.