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CLAIM AGAINST TELEGRAPH SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
CLAIM AGftiNS+-'i,TEC£G,RXPrt,f . . . SETTLED, . : ,. . . ,'Wjicn- lilt) ansa liroURlit .by W. M. Fleming, ox^I.H.n., !ig!ifrtst"Oio,"I'iiil>" TBlukruiili," claiming £50%. R>r uIIcb-, mi libel, wns i-allbil .on .'botoiib JusMi-o FerRtiaon tills mornlnp. ..for aipVTeIei;,»pIVi',;»#lflj-/t,Jiiirt isottibii'. »./;
Possibilities of Wireless. Australian High-Power Station BROADCASTING FOR OUTBACK SETTLERS. STANDARDISATION OF ELECTRIC POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
Possibilities of Wire less'.- " Australian High-Power'Station BROADCASTING FOR OUTBACK SETTLERS. ' STANDARDISATION' OF ELEC TRIC POWER'.: Wireless concerts are to be given in the Strand Theatre, Young,at an early date. The installation of the receiving apparatus is now in pro gress. A wireless and electric exhibition was opened by the Acting-Prime Min later,.'Mr.. Page,- in the Sydney' Town iHall on Monday afternoon. Mr. Page forming the ceremony, Mr. Page said.the discovery and utilisation of wireless was the- most remarkable achievement of the hint.100 years. He regretted -that-.: so many improve ments in- electricity hud been com mercialised to?sueh a degree, because that.rather tended to limit thoir gen eral utilisation. He agreed that it might-be , necessary for a decided profit.to.:be made out of all those in dentions*, so , as to stimulate their continuous improvement; arid, yet one felt: that such universal benefits should- be restricted in the least pos siblo*. extent. Wire...
TEA ENDS IN DEATH. MURDER CHARGE AT COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
TEA ENDS IN DEATH. MURDER CHARGE AT COROWA. . Tiio sudden (loath of Jlichard Pothy bridge, .farmor '(M), of Bulldale, re .stilted lii the arrest of Thomas Roy ..Mi I ell oil (17), oil a charge of' murdor. After drinking u CUD ot tea with llirehell on Saturday morning, Pethy bridge way taken ill, and Ho died about 2 ii.m, oil tho same day. , ' A's there wore symptoms of strych nine iioiaoning, Mitchell was arrested and charged with murder. Tiio stomach ot the dead man lias been forwarded to Sydney for analy sis. . ' . , The police found supplies of To.xu, in it siiud in the premises occupied by iMitdU'll. llUchoil was formally charged .with the murder, and tx'iilaud'uil for bight day.i.
LIQUOR POLLS IN SCOTLAND EDINBURGH REMAINS "WET." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
LIQUOR POLLS ll\l SCOTLAND EDINBURGH REMAINS "WET." I I,0XI30X. Uei*. The election | I campaign irt overshadowed in several j 1 areas in Scotland by the local liquor I veto polling, which is spread over j several weeks. The results liitborlo announced reveal little change. .ICdiu ; burgh polled yesterday and save a I .substantial majority in all wards in favor or remaining "wot." Intense ! interest is being laken in thu polling at Glasgow, which takes plaeu on -Hli ! December. Hundreds or prohibition i jyt sermons were preached in the 1 churches to-day. The "anti-drys" addressed crowded meetings at the cinema theatres - -Heuter.
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
METHODIST CHURCH. Mission continues every nigui una week at S o'clock; Missioner, Rev. Raymond Preston. ' Sunday, Dec; Dth.-r-Ypunff, W fn.ra, 7.30 p.m.; 4 p.m.. (\vomon\qnly).*Rey? II. Preston; MaJinuru. H1 a.m.;'Wood* onga 3 p.m. (Kiev. Fullerton).-(Rbv. ,\Vm. p. Fullerton, Minister.
MOTORING FATALITIES. THREE DAILY IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
MOTORING FATALITIES. THREE DAILY IN NEW YORK. i\*KAV VUUIC, Hi'''.That is proving all oiitstaniliiiK In 'if death, hh well as u moans Of pll'IlSlirt- illltl UllSllK'SS. Is indiculc'il liv tliu report &lt;>f Hit- ii'iisus bureau, if sliows Hint UOBC deaths m-'curri'd fr.'in motor aciridPHts ill tile Unlte.d .stales ill representing »tt i-rease of ll'JH ovyr V.KM. Callfor ina's rale istlie highest. lifiiiK 26.per IWI.iiOO of tin- population. '.Missis -,i|,iii Is lowest with :i.l per 100,000. Till-,... persons arc killed daily by automobiles ill New \ oiii city, but this rat" is only liall' Unit "t '-l,s A n L" :?>. which is -!»i per 100,000.
NEW CLOTHING STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
NEW CLOTHING STORE. Mi% P. Hayes, of Main; street, an nounces in this issue ttiat. Jie Jia's dcr cidcd to-.'open- a now brftnch in liis business, that of a clothing depart-; ment fcr, men- and boys.;,. , The .op ening date has been fixed- for pec-, embbr 17th. A list of Special' low prices r.will/be published! ilv our 'bus iness columns next.ive.elc.'
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
' IN MEMORIAM. tt-1 AMPTON'.-In loving memory of Snruli Aim Hampton. wlio &lt; epiir fhU liit* Decoinln»r i>. 19-. V?' third &lt;J;i11K111&lt;-'r oC Tlios. ami UUli. IiiAmy "olloly liouis »r thlnkliw. Mow 1 wish thiil >'»» wT, "«re» 1 Imvo lust my truest, ilonr«wt. Mv best friend. TSarith ileal. 'fnsertctl by her InvlnR Parents, brothers anil sisters.
COMMONWEALTH ENROLMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
COMMONWEALTH ENROLMENT^ T For the month of-November,'with in. the .Division of Hume 491 names were lidded nnd 388 removed from . the roll while 188 electors wore pro*' secuted for failing to submit a clnint t'or enrolment. For, the current month the number, of removals will bo laverei' thnn the additions as a lame number of objections, on tha cround of non residence, have becA issued. Electors who remove' from oije , subdivision ;to,,another should Sive .prompt attention^to the -'trans' for of-their." enrolment. This can ; only be done by personal application ' Every.; chance of address must be 're Kistered.' .'Claim .:cards are avail ' able at every post office.
TO-DAY'S CABLES. Mysterious Death. Anarchist or Patriot? SON OF ROYALIST LEADER FOUND DEAD IN TAXI. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
TO-DAY'S CABLES. Mysterious Death. * , ' Anarchist or Patriot? SON OF ROYALIST LEADER FOUND DEAD IN TAXI. 1'AItrSi Dec. 'A.-On 25tH October 'Philippe Uaudet. the /Royaljftt leader and director of the newspaper "Ac tion Fruneaise," AVUH found dead In a taxi-cab uilli a revolver ballet in tola head. It wan KoueraUy assumed that he had coinniittcd' suicide, but following on the receipt of fresh in ronuation, notably a statement in Hie Aitiirrhiftt jmmml, "k.Mhi*rU«ir«" that Philippe Hamlet. before taking JiJh )ifo. hud been enrolled as an Auur* chist. JiIh lather came to Hie conclu hIon that bin son had been aysnHsdn ated. dlo 1ms reci'uested the public prosecutor to take steps in order that jnsdc ,nay be executed. The father owini: t&lt;» hta campaign against the aiiti-naiioiuilist ulemonls, created a host of enemies amount Anarchists. Twist January .Maurice Plateau, necio tary ol the .'Action Praneaise," waH fdiot in his ofllce, by a girl named (tcrjnaluf Heathen. According t...
The Daily Witness YOUNG, DECEMBER 5, 1923 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
5, 102:1 Anyone who has examined th:« | problem of increased school nccom- i modation in Voiintr to cope with the ever-increasinir demand for pripiar> and secondary education must be struck with the wisdom of the pro- j poeed scheme of utilisinir tlfnt use less Court House building that stands adjacent to the school, in all its lot** ty dijrnity of isolation, ana winch appears to have been built . to sat isfy an aesthetic, rather than a Utili tarian. demand. Education, the complete triiinltiK of the young icuni. is a subject which is only nowadays cominc into its own. The buiM inir which does duty as a District School ill Younii was ei'ected -lir-re than 10 years ajjo, when school 11 ehitectiire seemed to favor the pris on idea of construction, leaving >. r of account'altogether tlie laws n, hygiene*-the effective lijjhtnitf- . ar«l proper ventilation «>f class-rooms. with adequate protection irom extremes of weather. The fact ' that the original plans of the Goui- 1 hum an...
Increased Interest. The Methodist Mission. LARGER ATTENDANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 December 1923
Increased Interest. The Methodist Mission. LARGER ATTENDANCES. Attendances arc increasing* ami ccrtaiuly interest, is deeping at the Mission now being conducted in tho^ Methodist Church, Young, by the lltuv. Roymand 'Preston, tho N.S."W.; >Meth odisi Conference ^evangelist, Thoso win).attended tho service last.night ' will not soon forgot it. 'The* pre-' senc« of Grnl was most marked* A deep solemnity pervaded tho whole service, and the audience felt-'-their . nearness to the spiritual world.' :1 'Mr. Preston spoke with intense earnest ness upon the terrible need in .these days of a spiritual revival, lie com-, paved tho lethargy of professing.Chris- " liau folk with tho white-hot ejubusi: , ' asm of men of the world in their piifr suit of wealth, or of sport. The' attendances at places of worship'' could .Jjo numbered upon the. finder??;/':' while tho picture shows e&lt;t 1 Mr.- Preston' pleaded with of his audience who professed'allegi-'fy ance to KJhrist to make a Cull...