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CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
CLEARING SALE. Commencing at 11 &lt;> clock to-mur» row C WriBht and Co., auctioneers will conduct a biB cleans sale at Karabah. about a mile- from the post office. oil C'owra road, on behalf of "llr .1 F. Dwver. who is leaving the district. Mr. Dsvyer assures «!> everytliiiiK is f°l° .va'1-' without i&lt; serve.
RAILWAY TRANSFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
RAILWAY TRANSFERS. Mr. J. Butler, ft.O., Orange has been transferred to Goulburn in sue cession to Mr. Wasson, recently transferred to Enfield. Mr.. T. Ellis, N.O., Moss Vale, has been transferred to Hornsby. Mr. W. Merchant, Newcastle, has been appointed N.O.. Bowral, in sue cession to Mr. Moore. . Mr.'J. H. .Harris, clejjk, West Maitland, has been appointed to Goul burn in succession to Mr. R. A. MusKrave as coaching clerk. . Mr. C. Mills, relief oflicei', Goul burn district, has been appointed N. O., Curlewis. He will be succeeded by Mr'. W. S. Smith, Cootumundra. Junior (Porter J. J. Ray, Yass Junction, has been transferred to Binnloner, and A, J. .Pierce; has been appointed junior porter at Yass Junc tion. Mr. F. L. Williams, porter, Goul burn relief, has been appointed shun ter at Demondrille, and Junior Por ter L. V. Thorpe has been ap pointed to the relief staff. .Junior Porter E. Hazell, Gunning;, has been appointed to the Goulburn relief, and L. L. Thorpe has been appointe...
HOSPITAL NURSE DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
HOSPITAL NURSE DEAD. , j Nurse Gladys Franklin, 27, for two j years on the staff of the Wajjjra ! hospital. died on Sunday from a i complication of measles. diphtheria, ! and scarlatina. The body was tak- | en to Yass, where deceased's mother i resided, and interred in the' Church of England cemetery. j
WOMBAT. BAZAAR.—SCHOOL CONCERT.— PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
WOMBAT. (From our Correspondent). -S6HOOL CONCERT PERSONAL. The >11.0. bazaar, which was opened on Thursday, continued on Friday and Saturday evenings. The attend ance was very Rood on Saturday, and the ladles In charge report having (lone good business. Those In charge ot the different stalls were-IPancy stall, airs. iHnssall, assisted by Mes dames West and O'Brien and' Misses Kileeu C(iihucU and Eileen aidltue. Sweets stall, Airs. James, assisted by Mrs. Taylor nnd Miss p. Mfnehan. Produce stall, 'Mrs., Putt. Woop-la, .Mi'rf. JJuazley and IMIss I.Mollfe Lynch. Uefreshineiits. fMesdnmes IBrennan, Hales and iLyneh. The ladles de serve the highest praise for the won derful energy and enthusiasm display ed In preparing nnd decorating their stalls, all of which were laden with goods or various kinds. iA. number of articles were drawn on Saturday night, tf 10 others being held over till next Saturday. nlpht, which will be the final night of the bazaar. Fol lowing is a list of article...
SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
SALVATION ARMY. I A welcome ice cream social \w" lie held on Friday nisht. December 7. at the Knworth hall to liiifiadier Ren show, the new Divisional Command er for the Gotllburri division. Tile Brigadier hulls from Now iCculRTid» and has been an officer over 30 vcai'5. holdinir varied positions. He also curved with the boy? in the late wnP as* I'liupluiti. He Im a most in* tcrestiiiff speaker aim eun sine; a jjood soli*.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
s CORDIALS : n ? m ? g FOR THE XMAS SEASON. 5 ? B 5 We have just landed our ihlpmenl of SCHWEPPHS CORDIALS JJ 5 & AERATED WATERS. Any of the following in stock:- ? 5 WATHKS-3JB.1IO.VAUH, (largo ii ml HHiiill hollies); ? 5 I'KV CINC KKAI.K (Iiii'kp inn! small hollies); SOI)A WATI'311 ? S (luriii' ami .small buttles): S'.-VJITO (l::r;;f Ijf IIties only); S'WIvKT ? S (UXtlKllAi.E (lawn l/otlli'.s only). 5 5 .-ClIWJ-ll'I'H.-S (('IOUI)l A l.S-'l.l.M I'll t_TJ CM-: (I'II I'd ; MMMUICB (cor- ~ g tllul); UliMOiX SVIKII-. KAKPIIK'KItV. l-ICMON SQUASH. " ? ORDER EARLY TO SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ? 1 J. W. T. CHANT & Co. ! 5 - HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. ? ? PHONE 26. YOTJNfl. B P B Public Notice H\ & U. MOHOIOY1LIH deiire to notify tie pnnllc Uutt thn bare Jaat Installed an ap-to-dat* Rubber Tyring Machine and are now la m politico to fit Tyrei W'HUiHJ YOU WAIT. . Inquire (or our prlctia before placing an order elsewhere. AJJL OLtASSm OP VKlil CLBS MADB TO OKDiQR. HUHHBR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
Stewart's A"D BRONCHITIS MIXTURE PROMPTLY RELIFVPC m PASSAGES AND RESPIRATO RY^RGANS F TE BRONCH1AL A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. beneficial wh°cil«r of'recent 01? Rh0N^'lITIS ,vi11 bu fountl ,nost PRICE 2/6 PE* ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG. 'PHONE 158. ?wmtry Qrdera tacked fhbb and sent tha Bamo D«y. ARNOTT'S XMAS CAKES For the Kiddies Vor the Picnic For the Holidays Dont Delay Your Order. Make Your Christmas Gift a Practical One GIVE FOOTWEAR Bccausc it 13 the most sensible gift you can give anybody, and the most acceptable, too. Compare John Hunter's prices be fore purchasing else* where. LADIES' PATENT 2-BAR SHOE, 01 /R sewn sofes, sports beefs. PRICE .. Cuban heels. PRICE KID LATTICE soles, leather 1 Q/fi MEN'S TAN CALF BALMORAL STYLE LACE BOOTS, smart extended last, welted soles; PRICE ......... unexcelled at the price ...« 24/6 26/6 Hail Louis, Cuban and Sports heels. John Hunter & Son Limited THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN YOUNG. Boot Palfice . . YOUNG DIFFE...
CRICKET. MURRUMBURRAH v CUNNINGHAM CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
CRICKET. MURRUMBURRAH v CUNNING HAM CREEK. Wnrrmnburrah itofnntnit tCunnlng liam (C'TiM-k, after '.'losing ilit» innings Willi mix wfrkutH ilown, by J'oS runs. Scoros: iMUItaOMlIfUrUHAM. (!. -Franklin, b 'Salmon 1 3. 'Sjmrj;o, run. out 43 T. Siiiliane, a Dooian U-Juiniesou '.VI It. Hhnplionl, c Salmon b Ftaetrm 42 V. Davison, lbw )> Salmon .. ..47 \\\ Kilrica, run out 10 H. Huberts, not out l'Jl Sundries .. 8, Six wfokc-iH Tor 1UG ?Howling: Salmon 2/117, Kim* ton 1/27, A. Davis 0/:.S, K. .hunioKon 0/LM, IK .JatuIcKon l/.L", Itest 0/20. CUNNINGHAM OlCfOIJK. A. I'laiKiiy, b Kranklin 0 .1. Uriukwultir, b Uobms 'A II. Kluuioii, b Jloberts 2 K. fiost. run out 1 S. Davis, h Sliojihurtl 11 b\ .laiiilf'son, b 'Roberts 0 \V\ Uoolan. b 'Hobiirls f»| D. .lamioson, v. Davison b ^tobcvls 41 Salmon, not out U A. Davis, b Roberts 2 S. Amlerson, abaeni .. .. 0 Total Howling: ij'nmki/n 1 /ii\ Uniterm G/'JJ. ;Sh&lt;fp!icnl 1/1.
SECRETS OF STATE. AUTHOR'S NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
SECRETS OF STATE. P.Y . WILLIAM' LIS QUF.UX, Author of 'The Invasion oC Rnj; i;ind," "I*'iitnl Kilmers," &c. AI'TIIOri'R NOTfi. Tins story, strange though it may ho. is based upon certain .strange facts within the personal knowledge of the Author, which lie himself in vestigated. and after long ami im patient inquiry conclusively proved. Vague whinners of the amazing scandal have of late been rife in the Service clubs _an/l elsewhere. The Author, though" compelled to change the actual names of per sona and places, presents it here in the form «»f a novel, in a belief that a peep behind the scenes of the in ternational arena of to-day may be of interest to his rentiers. The my. icry of Walter Fetherston | was world famous. Wherever the I Knglish htiif.mtgft was rpoken this I shrewd-eyed, smiling, gold spectacled J man's boo!> were read, while trans lations of th«*m appeared as fenille tons in various languages in the prin cipal Continental journals. One eould seni.ely take...
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 4 December 1923
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. Compnml with October,'the gener al level of food and grocery prices in November Advanced one per cent, and meat li per ceht. A "definite step towards the forma tion of the One Big Union was made* in Melbourne yesterday when the A. W.U. applied for registration to in clude all people in Australia engaged in agriculture and other work. The Victorian Cabinet has decided not to recognise any liability for da 1 mage sustained tn the disturbances during the police .strike. ! A Melbourne message states that Mrs. Rogers, who is travelling by the Narkunda which arrived yesterday, was robbed of jewels valued at £2000 during the voyage. The thief is supposed to have left the ship at Co lombo . The Minister for Defence, Mr. Bowden, said in Sydney yesterday that there would be delay in the es tablishment of the Sydney to Ade laide aviation service, owing to the failure to pass the airworthy test. It was reported that extensive altera tions would be necessary before the te...
MILVALE. CRICKET.—GRASS SEEDS TROUBLESOME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
. MILVALE. (From our Correspondent). CRICKET.-GRASS SEEDS TROUBLESOME. Tubbul cricketers journeyed to Mil vale on -'ml inst., and alter a very enjoyable game Mllvaje won I C:.nily by So rims. Tubbnl bntted first. The fielding of the home team, without exception, was all that could be desired. The day was calm and cool, lience an ideal one for crick et: The water-bags did a very slack tiad'e, but the grass seeds proved a considerable source of annoyance, and judging by the number_of crick eters'. who did not wear socks whilst on the field, it appears as If it would reallv pay to form a working bee and cut down the grass. (Scores of the match appeared yesterday under Tub bui news)."
MAIN ROADS BILL SHELVED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
MAIN ROADS BILL SHELVED. \ The Government has ilefinUely de- ] rhlttd not to introduce the iMain tftoufls ! 13111 this session. The Premier says j 1 hitt every provision is being made j for the upkeep of main roads; more 1 money being syjJiit *this year than over before." He hopes to pass the i hill next session.
AROUND THE DISTRICT. RECORD CROPS.—SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT.—BAD SHIRE ROADS.—OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
AROUND THE niSTRiGL, CHy Our Travelling Corres|ionile»y. RECORD CROPS.i-S&lt;jMETHING?TO CROW ABOUT.-BAD SHIRE ROADS.-OBITUARY. "I I was shown through iMr. J. Bow- | ling's c:roj» oil Sotnorset estate, Yveetl- | allloN, mid you may iwnginc my sur* , prise when 1 saw hay Git. Gins. high. r. Howling iy a man of nix feet, and the* h::y he has cut is a good six in ches over his head. 'Ho expects to (tut from I) to "ii tons per acre, and tho general opinion out 'Weedaliion way is Unit '.Mr. Dowling's crop will avorace ten bug**, and some twelve bags to the acre. There is about,300 arris of this crop, which was grown on fallow land. Owing to I.Mr. ]Jow Unit's crop being so heavy, ho. has had to purchase a now Sunshine hehrt* or. It is .Mr. bowling's intention to exhibit this hay at Young in the near future. fllr. i\ lluckle, Mr. Angus Brophy. aud Mr. Tom Hop wood also have very heavy crops on old Somerset estate. Mr. Huckle is very pleased with his three-year-old pony stallion. Si...
BIMBI. (From Onr Correspondent.) CALDWELL CUP.—A WIN FOR BIMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
BIMBI. (From Onr Correspondent.) CALDWELL CUP.-A WIN FOR BIMBI. nimbi played their first match in the Caldwell Cup lUompetltlon, when! Hi.;, "lot and .>remed CaniKalml. CBIL\ilflI.-A. Gault, &lt;: Jones b 'W. Monger. 27; E. Buckingham, b A. .tones. 1; IR. IFtobinson, e Connors', b A. J'ljias 23: J. Napier, b S. .Tones, 14- O. Oault, b S. Jones, 19: J. Nor ton, I' -A. Jonoa, 11: «. Newell, b S. Jones, C. Napier, b i\V. Monger, 13: C. Aston, b A. Jones, 7; S. Nnpier, nnt. ciu. T: C'i Armour, c O'Hara b V. >io;i|:r:. sundries, 2. Total-1">i CAR \C:.».'iAL.-P. Jones, e Armour li .1. Napier, '14; R. O'Hara, lbw b J. Norton. 8; AV. Monger, b J. Norton, 7: E. Connors, b j. 'Napier, 16: S. Jone.°, &lt;i Newell b J. Norton, 0; A. Jones, b J. Napier, 2: N. Dillon, li J. Napier, 0: F. Beazley, 1) J. Napier, 0; II. Turner, c Buckingham .1) J. Nor ton. 2; J. il3renmi, c and b J. Napier, 3; A. Monk, not out 0. Total-52.