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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

|gayai3OSi3£iSJmWatJ£iCSaiii<ua&lil«BiSBi0iiiantBMiiHah!£)rli<fr CORDIALS FOB THE XMAS SEASON. We have just landed our shipment of SCHWEPPES CORDIALS & AERATED WATERS. Any of the following In stock: AKKATIJJ) WATICKS-UjUMO.N'A1)'E, (liU'KC and mnall Imttles); 1 y (_;I.\clKHA1.K (large mid small boitlos); SODA AV'ATiOlt (largo and small bottles); S'.UCTO (lar#o bodies only); SWBIST (,'IXl;KKAI.K (larjro liottlps mily). srmWHl'PMS .;'iC7U)lA'l>S-l-lMRIUlCli (l'uro); LIME.IU1CK (cor dial): UKMOX (S-YKU'P; IlASr IllC'HIlY, UJEWOX SQUASH. ORDER EARLY TO SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. J. W. T. CHANT & Co. HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. PHONE 25. YOUNG. PtaMic Moti©e JJlMS.tS F. & D. NORCMOYU3 desire to notify the public that th»J have jMt Installed an up-to-<fete Rubber Tyring Machine <ma are now In a position to fit Tyro* WIU1J3 YOU WAIT. Inqnlra for our crictti bofnre placing: an order e1ce^rli«re. AUL CLAS809 OP TOHIOr...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V. P. PONIES. TO-DAY'S WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

y. p. PONIES. i TO-DAY'S WINNERS! .V ';14.0 HANDICAP^-4i fUrs. POUOLAS, .. iilttlo'Liuly, S.9 .. ». .. Uttle Inn, - Winner, '10/1. " NOVICE HANDICAP-6 furs. . ' First Division'. FOR-'QOftT,'7.12 .. .' N'ub .. 'Laily.{fair, Winner, 5/1.' Second Division. iHlilUAKAUii; IWilti Boy. tesmeruldu, ? Winner, 'JO/1. Third Division. STI'I.LVVOIITH, 7.7 Prinro Atlas, Union l.mly Winner, a/11. FLYING HANDICAP-b iur». MKIIC.V'LK, } Rock Dove, S.12 - i Giimblw'n Golil, . . j Winner, S/<1. Second Division. KA It'l- IJI)L)I.1S, J ! Cyrus Klnn, - I l)»rn iChlpltly, 7.S .* | Winner, i>/!2. Third Division. AU.'WO-KTH. * 'Warucre, 7.U r. .Snirtspoar. Winner. 5/1. ZETLAND HURDLE RACE-1J miles SlillSCWIIIlEU, 1 KilWii, 11.!! - Woorinyan. 10.0 1 Winner. 7/£!. 14.2 NOVICE HDCP.-4J furs. I,AI>V BA'IJOIONH, 1 Klylns 'Belle. 7.7 r l.ifTey. ' Wlnnnr, 5/1.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECRETS OF STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

SECRETS' OF STATE.": ? BY . WILLIAM LE. QUEUX, Author of "Tlio Invasion of Kntr lnnd," "Fiitul Finjjers," &c. Hitherto he hn«l held cynical not ions concerning love and matrimony but ever since he had met Enid Or lebar in that winter hotel beside the sea, and had afterwards discover ed her to be the stopdaughtcr or Sir Hugh Elcombe, he had found'him self veflectintr upon Ins own loneli ness. At luncheon he was to come lace to face with.her attain. It was of this he was thinking more than of the merits of mountain batteries for frontier work, or the diiliculties of limbering or unlimbcring. "See! there they are!" exclaimed the General, suddenly pointing with his cloved hand. Fetherslmi strained his eyes to wards the horizon, but declared that he could detect nothiwr. "They're lyinjr behind that rising ground to the left of the magazine vonder." declareil the General, whose keen vision had so often served him in ;:ood stead. Then, turning on his heel and Manning the grey- hori...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

XfiE WEATHER The woiillwr' tiwluy was shnwerj ,wit!i mime tluuid<>r. YOUNCi . TEMPER ATUftESi ' -aiax, W, Mini 4fi/ - ?' ; - Iiaint'iill to U II.m . 13 lloints. ; . Tb;PA>"s FoifECAS'r.. : Scattered shmvora . :.nlwttt.;*outll wu^t'sUnnj^' anH'f/U^herii'ialiloljUKlb,^ . we.tt to south wind*-'chiefly. . ' ' TORRENTIAL RA'l.Ni-IN, .QUEENSLAND. . j,-or tlip? thlriJ-'fliiy In'.siiccdHHititi.; tor ? roniinl Win WH- on' ,n"Sl Hurling iltownB ecntrhB. WaterholMi ircre rei)l«ni8li«d"and ? «wWt jwMeh. iKufl iltcfcn di'v Wrl l wrtlvw iin'iitl'" al" rio T ruunluK; Th« wi"ncslvw. and It wlll-mea* tbouH . and« to inajzii Bl'owqrs. ":

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Split in Temperance Ranks. NO COMPENSATION CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

Split in Temperance i Ranks. NO COMPENSATION CAMPAIGN. . The various temperance parties are badly split on' the question of a datu for holding'a' referendum . Kev. , It. Hammond, presim-nt of N-o.U. Alliance. i>Ii!m|)s lor 19Ai. die in ternational Order of Good T'dinpUm*. is starting a i;ampai(rn iitrii'.nst pay ment' of compensation in tlie' event of proHibition beinp L-aixied. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMOKER SEVERELY BURNT. CLOTHING IGNITED BY SPARK FROM PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

SMOKER SEVERELY BURNT. CLOTHING IGNITED BY SPARK ' FROMiPIPE. ! Suvore burns on tlw> fan? ami hands vor«» rf««Ivod .by..in<>!i!s IMiulan lit lentigo (Vic.) when his clotluw b« I'juiu? ignttot! by xi sparU from hi:< pit**;. Mo wraa driving a near Axi/dalo. about nine miles from Ltcu iIIku. iim! when urinilttcd to hos)>ilaI his condition whb critical.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Numbers of Insane. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

Numbers of Insane. The annual report .of the Direc tors of mental hospitals states that 8,025 insane persona"'were under otu .clul cognisance for the year ended .Tune 30th. 1

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

| TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF, j , nnlili,. "", i i-sS i^ksr&S^ ; (Mi.nmnv nl^ht jit 7J"., I» j! £.; "t:i'I";;''-'hi;"^ ""'?»»! J «l -»IK> .tl t|i,. wi'»»lv-i»inl I J'""1"". l:iioun as Tim imI.pi" ' tli^'nir, ! lnjnr-i in }..' ..JM ;sl'"'|,"t '"o»I I'ApJn ; s-dii.' V I ? "''' lr"m '"J""!'- ti,..! I *"1'- .If his f,.,a Wf.r,. t.ini ,"i " j 0 'iii"rlllM|,|s- i»Iniu...l i,v ii". i vrJ ,JWlf IVfMlXM'I'd. ' ' wWE,J's-STI, iii'tv o-illi .« milkv an.I «..v Tl'!' -mmY""' ' ? S K'vo" 1,1 '1° iMil-i an*' Mi's. S;irwJi U'.-it.sofr r<.hV, , : '!».* AbniJinh! Wn(snn, tt[ \v».wt ! »;.! i,fH'I,1,;!,- SriES wK,r'j;*;i K||f|'Ti',l minor i,ijm.j,,s. ^ , Comt'-wiu';'1 i;erjuo,'re,,^^k'(;;'['";^ sworu he hud nev.,r' lw w ,?5J? »r MOscomlucf wither®*? and a brother swore ihr.v *I,e *''('<*UHod and .Mrs Mr Ss^Sa-vafefe 'Kin , j rickt'tt swore. h<» was nov,.i. j?'*' imrk.wlt" .Mrs. M.-Maliun. Ti.'J l.ilfcj corrahoi-a t«| this statement I SKt.r"oi «»"«>. »«'i j 111...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CITY v COUNTRY. Interesting Debate Last Night. C. Y. M. DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

CITY v COUNTRY. j Interesting Debate Last Night. ( C. Y. M. DEBATING SOCIETY. A k'-.cu an iiuor.-stiiiK debate look ] pluci In jit niu'ht on llu* oft (llHcii.sBim , gm'&tlon. "Arc Ww uttvautaKes to Im KuiueU from living in the city super ior to those w» U«» suiiuMt from HviiiK in tbo country." was broimhi up [or ilissuetimi. Father l!r.mmm presided Mr. C. Iv '.Mil I t ill kindly at the committee's imitation to iiiijiiillcute. The speal."ri fur the alTirmatlve wero represent' il l>v (Messrs. J. 'Nit'll' oils, llon-linu. J. Hyatt anil 11. .Ins priZ7.il. and the interests of the eoun* try were i*nirust»-il to Messrs I>. i\or inoylcv'Ut. Hi-ury. S. IJeasey mid J. WJUJama. The advocates ot the metropolis. jinmngHt oiJu-r points. stressed thci .diicational advantages at the dis j/.isal of city dwellers, and which were limited to them. They refus ed to entertain the statement from the opposition that people could live cheaper in the country while. before their eyes they had t...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOST HIS HEAD. Commercial Traveller's Lapse. A PUNCH AT A PICTURE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

LOST HIS HEAD. Commercial Traveller's Lapse. A PUNCH AT A PICTURE SHOW. At t!'.c Coolamundra Police /Court yesterday. n commercial traveller was fined .CIO, in addition to medi cal expenses',. £1/31/-, solicitor's costs, and 7/,l prosecutor's wages tor the day, for assaulting: a youth named Sid Drennan at a '-picture': show in Clootamundra the previous night. Mr, Taylor, who uppqarod .for the prosecution, described the assault as tho act of a madman. There were no words-ao argument. Tho boy went to the pictures with a youiy? lady, and had never aeon tho defend ant before. At the beginning of the interval, the boy was struck violent ly in the eye and knocked on!. Jt was a cowardly, dastardly thing to do. Tho defendant told the court ho "lost his head," adding:--"At the out set I wish to express regret, for what I did, but the circumstances,nro these -I happened to be keeping company for fifteen month* with a girl who, is residing In Cootaiuundra. I came down from her home town, on th...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Earned A Day Off. A Swaggie at 89. A 480 MILE WALK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

Earned, A Daj\ Offi ASwaggie- at $9i A 480 MILE WALK., "I Iifiii'jtist ijuisjiC'tl ;i stroll Of'.4$0 uiJIp.s, and! ibbnght llint i hpU earned a ilay off for rust anil reircalimurit/* 'An old man, cleanshaven, but w£tii flowing white loeky, which reached lifs ahouldGrs, «ave the foro going as an oxcuhu for drunkenness when arraigned before Mr. U. 1?. M'ilMains, J'. M" at the Gonlhurii* Pblire'Court oh iMondny.' JHe' liave Ills' n» SU years. MA William* wan sympathetic, lie fined the voter* uu '»/.» in default one liour, hut direct ed the police to give him hi« liberty at once. Hi; lator figured in another touching incidmit. It occurred in n barber's shop in Auburn Street. A waiting customer asked the old man haw long ho had been on (bin planet, .WVell, I \va»» born in October, 1M4." was tho reply. "'That makes ine 80. On tho atmnvvsary of my birthday lor (he fast six ytiiv* 1 havo vJsdted my dear moiher'a juave in 'Wa^a, walking to (hat town from lilathurMt. where 1 live, i hope to c...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIRECT ACTION. JOINERS' TACTICS SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

DIRECT ACTION. JOINERS' TACTICS SUCCESSFUL^'' There was r. strike of tlio Joiners'" Union on Monday. when 200 members* asked -for 2/9 instead o£ 2/7J an hou. wlion employed in shop fitting, At-' ter a conference, the omplbyoraj agreed to pay the increased'ratoyaridy (lie men returned to work.' . J

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATTACKED BY THREE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

ATTACKED BY iTHREE MEN;. At Alhury. R C./ lfiilir. a lorry drlv M-," huvv an old mhn. huliiB aHHtiHltou sit a Klfji;! iciinur, and went In 111" nHttlsl-mi-e. Tho;sHMM«anl:nin awny, but 'fhilft Hnlir .vi;s liavliiK lunch ls4 cr V'thrW iiiT , sUuckcil' lilui h to ri nr. .iUKl kicks, i (Hqlir was taltpp to''tlin liiwpllul. ! Three mon w«ro K/iiwmiueritly nrrefttcil.. , , r, . : .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURIED BODY RECOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

BURIED BODY REOOVElREbi's''' Tlie body ot .lolin Holieiisee. wlm was hiirlei] in Ilia- Kaiwalta (N Z ) Minnel collapse lust Thursday was recovered yesterday and taken to NiiJ pier. OWFulioney's body has not yo£ lioen found. ? . . " r

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
N.Z. LAMB EXPORT TRADE. SERIOUS DECLINE IN QUALITY. LONDON MARKET PRESTIGE THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

LAMB EXPORT TRADE. RIOUS DECLINE IN QUALITY. LONDON' MARKET p.KKSTIGE TIIIIEATKNBI). j Mr. Hamilton. a iiteuihrr of the , meat export board, adtlredslnv: the t'ar I liters at said mm or tin; j tanls I'li.lilmis was the qnnlitv i>r . Mw Calami Iamb. Tliin hail drop I jiiiil very considerably till XHK Zvn I land s premier position on t|", i,,m. n" market wa* threatened, ami If In- position was li!)i calvfiillv looked I Into buyer.! would ko elsewhere. Tin | board jil<'i! to fanners ;n kivp ii|i tin! quality and maintain their |ia | Pltfon. Tito present standard was too low. Tin1 hoard did not want to Indict any hardship mi the farm i rx and wanted to i,ive them a chance. There was too hi"-h a pi'icentaKn or seconds, anil sinneililiiu- drastic would have In |.(! done !n remedy this poxf.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

Prices Pale STUNNERS IN SOCKS j SAVINGS IN SHIRTS. MEN'S BLACK COTTON SOX Per Pair-4Jd. MEN'S ALL WOOL BLACK CASHMERE SOX-1/9. MEN'S GREY & TAN SOX- 1 Per pair-6d. MEN'S BLACK HAVVLEY DYE SOX-1/3 per pair. . MEN'S BLACK SOX. with Fancy Clox-1/5 pnir. MEN'S BLUD WORK SOX-per pair-8d. MEN'S BLUE & BROWN DUN GAREE TROUSERS-3/6 pair. MEN'S DARK TWEED TROU SERS, with neat stripes. Were 6/11 and 8/G. NOW-4/11 pair. IMEM's" ROW N-DRiTT j COATS .. ?? 3/11 each! 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 sires YOUTHS* DARK TWEED 3 PIECE SUITS, long trousers 29/11 the Suit. MEN'S BRACES, strong make. Per Pair-1/G. MSN'S WHITE HANDKER CHIEFS, full size-4'd. each. MEN'S SILK BROAWAY TIES. Each-1/'. MEN'S DARK TWEED fcPIEC£ SUITS, Trousers, Vest and Coat The Suit-34/6. MEN'S...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAY TRAIN. NO EXTENSION BEYOND HARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

DAY TRAIN. NO EXTENSION- BEYOND HARDEN The <lny train' frdin Sydney to Mo tion. which fttvw*. VuniiK a "day S.t vl'jn frnm Sydney/ is nm br f<\. tended to Hat^amuiiHru. The Hail way CommirfsloTren; have written ID .Mr. .Main/ M.'L.A".; Iin'ormhiir him that iIk.- train in Ninc«th»n IIv run between Sydney ami «VHrfainmulra. l.-at it v. a a not patronUI any ureal rxtent between Han!»i and Vuoia niundra. and. in .11*1". arrangements weri! made for thfi to termin ate at Harden. It i> not considered Hint any gmitcr traMir w..nl<| now !>;. obtained by the nxton.-ii.n of tin* train tt» If'ootainnndra,' and in :h<» ciremu t»taneus. the 'CominN-donrr* dn not so:« their way to^ciiMniy with tin* h"ineat. '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMER'S TRAGIC DEATH. DRAGGED BY A BOLTING TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

FARMER'S. TRAGIC DEATH. DRAGGED BY A EOLTING TEAM. Wliilc Cordon Hartley, i\ former In Hie WlmiiKiin'l «Hstri»*t. (X.Z.) wns JHijustiim the of a wngRon roam tin* liofHL'it bolted. His ;mn v,*as rntj^ht hy :i tr«i<v ehnin. 'Hnrt* .lev u'its cj ragged for winr? ilistnnco, and his hea<l Ktruek a troy stump. He MiccuinhiMl U> his injuries in a few minutes.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GANGER'S THIRD ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

GANGER'S THIRD ESCAPE. Ganger Johnson.* of thcvGunilagnl' pornjunont w&y staffvseeniB-to havo-ae, many lives as-a cat. , 'He was nearly run down* by u train near Gundagal yesterday, ami only Ti^anaped- to tlirow himself ulnar in time.. This. Is tlie third tin\'o JolMfedti nas* escaped death ttjtltfu; .ihe i laBtj\fe\v4m£nthsj Tho tricycl^vliitli: tfc . wuhm r|di;iK year terdily .^atf amnshbd' to pieties.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUHR ACTIVITY. FRANCE AND BELGIUM ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923

RUHR ACTIVITY. FRANCE- AND BELGIUM ACTIVE. x A message from "lleuto'r's 'd'nris correspondent states' that tiie French and Belgian governments have now decided that ^tdminislrativG uliWHurif.s he lakei! in favor of per sons expelled froiii 'occupied zonea, or | sentenced. Tin! agreement wis signed at Mayi>nce yesterday lor tiio exploitation of raMwaiya in the ithinti iund and iluhr areas, from ^December lOtU. 'ltH-groii;>ing ; of Mie military forces has already heitilil. Willi' a vibw to; lessening contact with the popula tion. Tills will continue progres sively. , r . '

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