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INTENSIVE FALLOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
' INTENSIVE FALLOWING.' "A ICfcinowindra -former," remarked Ml-. Kelly to the young visitors aM the Government (Experiment F"r"1;1 Cowrn. "worked His fallow laiul fom feen times and, in consequence, lio now owns one of Hie , tills part ot the State." He .dp-, servos it!" was the chorused reply to the farm manager's- remarks.
BIMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
BiMBI (From Our Correspondent.) . .. Tho weather lately lias been very variable - heat like that of summer followed next.day by rain and cool ness, tiil one can hardly uay that win ter has really left. week 251 points ot rain were registered, and tills week an additional I'll points roll. 'Luckily, not much damage was done, though several oats crops were severely hurt by Die heavy rain. Hay making is in .full swing, with pro mises of some exceptionally heavy yields. The wheat, in the big ma jority o£ instances, ; also Rives pro mise of splendid returns, as lite crops iu many cases aro above Liio fence. SPORT. " Tile local cricket club lias begun tlie season well with two matches and livo wins. The scores for the match against Qitamlialla wore 250 to 79, and against Thuddnngra ilfi to 03. Ill tho latter match tho chief run-getters .were A. Gault If, 41. Robinson 18, J. Napier IB, and B. 'Buckingham 11 for IBinibi, while Tor Thuddungra Mushes 1'5, C. 'iiyrnc l'S-and V. Starr 11 wero t...
GRAIN AND GRASS CROPS. WHEATS, OATS AND GRASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
GRAIN AND GRASS CROPS. WHEATS, OATS AND GRASSES. The following varieties of '.wheats, oaitf mid grasses wore inspected by Yonhff, and district farmers .to the: Cowra Experimental Farm on Mon day-each of the wheat and oat'plots are 9 feet wide by about MO yards /n length, and /t wan noticed that ou the .sloping ground both the wheat and oats of every variety had made better progress than such portions'of the respective plots as were on level grounds-Wheat: Danimbla, Grosley, lUandnn, «Hay "Wheat, Warden, "Warn tuh. Hanyang (an excellent wheat for dry seasons), Cowra Firbank,. Clarendon, Newman's Karly, South Auntralian, 'Boonoo, Wilfred, Enri, (Hobin, 'Hard .1'ederaUon, "Wandiila, IBena, IBal.dry, Oiias and Cadis. Sep arate stud crops of each of the above wheals are. being grown on another portion of the fam, the grain from, each ofe which will be kept pure and used next- season as.seed. Oats: Algerian, *Belar, Ivaehlan, 'Mulgu, Sunrise, Fulghum (American oats), and Kelsall's. ? _ . ...
DISTRICT SCHOOL WATER SUPPLY. SAMPLES TO BE ANALYSED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
I DISTRICT SCHOOL WATER i SUPPLY. j SAMPLES TO BE ANALYSED. Mr. Farrar, secretary of the Par ents and Citizens' Association, men tioned at last night's meeting of that I bodv that he had been approached I by several persons in reference to j the tank'water at the District school, i So far as is known the water is pure and wholsesome for drinking, but in the interne,st'of the health of the chil dren. Mr. Fnrrar added, he had de« cidnd to procure samples from each of the tanks, which would be tot* warded forthwith by Mr. McGregor, health officer for the Municipality to Sydney for analysis. Should the analysis not prove as favorable as anticipated, steps will be taken im mediately to have the water clari fied. At present, . however, there are no grounds for uneasiness in regard to the purity of .the water in the School tanks.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
Fitting Out A Man From Suit To Socks and making him pleased with the whole oiitfit.is some' job. But The Hustlers are doing it every day. You see, we never forget that a customer .calls on The HUSTLERS primarily for his benefit,,not ours. ? ' It's Hustler's Clothing that brings 'them in;- but it's The Hustler's Clothing, plus personal service and guar anteed satisfaction and big values that keeps them , coming. THESE ARE THE KIND OP VALUES THAT APPEAL TO MEN. MEN'S BLACK COTTON SO A-per pair .. .'. . . .. 6d. MEti'S GREY WORK SOX-per pair '.. .. .. 9d. MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE SOX-per pair .. .. .. .. 1/9 MEN'S STRONG HARVARD WORK SHI«TS-4/6 and 4/11. . .MEN'S GREY FLANELLA. UNDERSHIRTS-each 3/9,4/6. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS, in Natural and Dark Grey-each .. 6/11 and 7/6. TROUSERS THAT ARE BUILT FOR HARD WORK. AND LIVE UP TO THEIE REPUTATION. .MEN'S COTTON TWEED TROUSERS. In neat dark patterns. ' Per pair 4/11 MEN'S BLUE DUNGAREE TKOUSERS 3/11, 4/11 MEN'S GREY DUNGAREE TROUSRS, full we...
Loss on Railway Lines. Subdivision of Large holdings 12¼ [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
Loss on Railway Lines, ; Subdivision of Lnrjrc holdings 1-J Ill till! Legislative Assembly, Ilr. ! Arthur asked the Premier was It a ! fact that the4 loss on the JlardeiT Blayney.iline-in 11*21 was £130,708 and was it a "fact that the following large estates are immediately along the route of, this railway line, viz: Funny HiH"Bind«. 2U.000 acres; j Wooliirook,; 10,380 acres; Ivrrowan- i bung, 10,000 acres; Sunny Iiidgc, 12.47a acres; Shiel, 10,000 acres; llonkinK* 11,113 aires; Coombitig Park, 10,000 acres; Waugoola, 17, 000 atfrcs; Suffolk Vale. 1 ;>.500 acres Kcnyy,-25,805 acres; I'ontcnoy, 10, 811 acres; Momagong, 20,830 acres; Tumblctoh,*.33,287 acres; Tumhlston 1287. acres; Kurahba, 10,120 res; Moonbvcca, 15,020 acres; . j dermere 1&.000 acres; Gnha &lt;. .ek, 17,5G3 nereis; Breakfast ('reck, 13, 065 acres;-Caatlesteads, 11,000 ac res; Wadenhoe, 13,123 aeres; Cucum gilliga, 17,3?77 acres; Kalangan, 11, 700 acres; jToompnng, 10,(M)0 ac res; Glensioyj 10,000 a...
SCIENTIFIC FARMING. THE GRAIN GRADER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
| SCIENTIFIC FARMING. THE GRAIN GRADER. *. Amongst the many modern ox ample# of farm machinery, shown to the Young . and Klngsvnle visitors to the (!owra Experimental "Kami this week was a grain gtader. This ma chine is almost aa large as thu old-' time thresher, and IK worked hy a powerful oil etigiiuv It not only snp arates oats from wheat without leav ing a single grain of the oatH in the wheat,'or vice versa, but it also outs thu . tails" cr ends from every grain of oats that goes through it. Fur thermore. the elevators,' which form a part ot the machine In question, currier. ti»r newly-separated grain to a height of about 1G feet and thence empties it into specially built gal vanised .iron storage tanks each of which are of course, mouse-proof, and have a rapacity of up to 420 bushels. These storage tunks were made on the farm, the cost being at tho rate of 1/2 per bushel capacity, Which, totalled and spread over a period of 2$ years (the estimated "lifetime" of the tanks), wor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
R i c h Late a r d All en Special Costume and Corset week . HEWETT & CO'S. pOSTUME DEPARTMENT. Having made a special purchase o£ a Melbourne Manufacturer's sain Die Stock of Matrons and Maids Natural and Striped Fuji Silk Frocks Wo are to-day offering wort[i-wlnle values. r ? - Frocks in the simple bcconiing styles that are at present so favored cool, comfortable, and smart-the.correct wear for all occasions. . A; particular delightful.acquisition to every wardrobe and so inexpen sively pricqs. r\.- . k You-should jiavo-one pr more Fuji-Frocks for Summer Wear-they wash so easily, and are-done-up in no time. '? ''???? ' . 80 buy a frock now. S.W. and W. from . 29/11! Maids -from-.49/11. 1 . -V : ; We are aIsq-.shojrina; ;a:line rani?a.' of Zephyrs and 'Gingham Frocks at prices from;7/li-.each;. . . _ i '; CORSET DEPARTMENT. Our Corset Department is riow.showing specially designed Models avraags- figure/. NAUTILIS..Corsets in/jvhite and pink-coutil .that Jit perfectly, arid-fo...
GUARD KILLED NEAR BINALONG. Struck by Melbourne Express.—A Sad Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
^tlMp KtifXED NEAR J BINALGNG. Struck by Melbourne ICipress.-A Sad Fatality. .^v-: A i|d fatality occurred at Binalong early yesterday morning, ? **Nn Leslie Jthnatone, of the '. Harden ,'depot,' was" killed inijtqntly. '.(Warn JoluiHtohe was In eliargo of -Sq. 63 down. goods front .OpnljMirn to/jljflrUnii,. which*-train was . put In the loop at Uiiliilpui; to'eiiiil|lb tlio Tofhera mull 10 |JHHH ahead of II. While BtanrtinK there', deceased was vivkluu ,tj|i coal along this line fur. thn IIrp In IiIh 1/nikevnii,. vyjioii the fl'rat "ijivjilofi ol th&lt;- Melbourne Kxiirnsa tjame iiloifK and Htrupk him. Tho bpdy"TITHIf'? pic:k&lt;-rI up (?lour of the line about 30 yardu away, whim it wan fdittjd that lt|i! neck aiul back were broken. "'"?'At tiff Jaqtit'Z!. hcltl at: Clnalojic thits mornlug, a. Ondltys ot accident *r^d«fetlt,: wltli no blqnte attachable to 'anyone, wa'a recorded. D«i.f!ase(ii'"vi'ii« was only appointed to (Harden aboitt iwo months a so, leavcia'-'a w...
RIGHT TO CHOOSE THE HOME. WIFE AND AUSTRALIAN HUSBAND [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
RIGHT TO CHOOSE THE HOME. ' WIFE ANDAUSTRALIAN . HUSEJAND ? Can, a Yfife refuse to join her hus band in'Australia because, before marriage, he promised to make, her a home in EngTahd?; ' wiis the ques tion raised at Marylebono . (ling) dur inK the hearing of an application, for a' provisional '/maintenance order on th egro'und of desertion ^ by Mrs. Elsie Wright, of 48 Christchurch re sidences, Marylebone, W. '.;v ? Mr. /Foulkes Jones", for 'this wo men's and Children's1 Protection So ciety, said tjjatiMrsi: Wright married 'John Alexander Wright, then an Aus Iralian' soldier in ErtgUind.in July 1918. Before ..marriage she objected to goingto Australia to live, -and Wripht promised that he would make ii horhe.for her iniEngland; 'When '.he-went to Australia to be demobi lised it'was understood that Tie was going to' return, "bUt a£ter\V&rds he 'Wrote asking her to live with him in Australia.. , . .. . ..The Magistrate' ( Mr.'V' Cancellor); Do. you say t}iat if ij jrifb marrie...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
PERSONAL. Jlr. V. A. Sclucn ttPrcsulent.of the Young Parents and Citizens! As sociation) who lias not'beon enjoying Rood health for sonie time past, is now, greatly 'improved. At last night's meeting' of the parents and citizens, llr'. Selden apologised-lor his absence from several previous meetings, but trusted that'as^his health was now. returning, he would be enabled to attend all future meet ing's and do everything possible in, ,the way of assisting the Association in" its usefu lwork.' Mr. F. B. Willnictte of .the firm of \Villniette and Sewell, Murrum burruh was admitted to the Burrnn gong District Hospital, Young, this morning, suffering with appendici tis. ?
WHEAT. Summary of International Position. Provisional Estimates for Season 1st August 1923, to 31st July 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
WHEAT. Summary of International ' Position. Provisional Estimates for Season 1st August 1923, to 31st Juty 1924. importers' ostlm'td Purchases Kstimated Seasons Shipments Total to date Difference tiurope GG,.300,000 0,100,000 bv0,400,000 L2x*Europe .22,500,000 1,300,000 11,200,000 T'tla 70,000,000 7,400,000 71,600,000 .The above estimate of importers', purchases is a maximum figure,'und allows . for reconstruction of part slocks as a consequence of cheap prices. In addition, there .may be an accumulation of passage quanti-,! tie>. ut the end of the season. 'Importers' estimated surplus ami probable shipments:-The total avail able surplus in U.S'.A., Canada, Ar-. gentina, Australia, India, /Russia, 'Dan ube. [.Mesopotamia, etc., is il3i7,000,000 quarters; estimated shipments during season is 71),000,000 quarters; ship ments reported to-date-is .7,400,000; remainder 71,000,000 quarters. Sur pluses in -North Africa and Hungary are not included in above, but allow ed for in making es...
THE CUP. PREMATURE CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
THE CUP. PREMATURE CELEBRATIONS. For an hour or so previous to the pijblishitiK of yesterday's "Daily Wit . ncss" containing 'he result dfivthe Melbourne Cup race, several vague ai)il contradictory rumours were cir citlatcd, which cave rise to much . ill-founded and short-lived jubilation amongst a number of local turf en thusiasts who hud supported their , respective fancies with hard cash. Opcof the .rumours in question ere> difed the Cup victory to Comptrol ler'a backer, of which eiiuint.-on ijqinsc told of.hii) favorite's supposed _ -wjn decided to c&lt;y«bratf!,(h&lt;«.event-in .KOpil Australian style. He ifccord ..injjty, invited. a few friends to join jju'm in the celebration and the party radjaurned forthwith to iin. hotel . jvbere refreshments were dispensed ; aijjl all present jaitietl iu congratu Jatinc the winner (.?) on his "luck.!' ~ (Another prominent local turfite ' heard in the meantime that his par ticular choice had been victorious. .nnpiely. Ri...
ARMISTICE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
ARMISTICE DAY. ,, . I Sunday next November 11 observed us the anniversary pf thi AmCto. in St. John a Church, Yountr. There will be a choral cel ebration of the Holy Kucharist at 8 nm At 10.45 a National hymn wllhe .-wis i» l'roeesslon, a ml tlio Bishon will offer Commeftiorative SJnvprs The two minutes silence SYll be observed af eleven In .concur ,vith every Christian conRre cition throughout the Empire. The Confirmation Service will immcdin ?Mv follow. At T.HO p.m. the -ser vice will be of a National character and his Lordship will be the.Preach e'r, Returned men are cordially in . vited.
STATE PARLIAMENT. INTEREST RATE RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
STATE PARLIAMENT. , " INTEREST RATE RAISED. SYDNEY* This.Day.-r-It was sta-. tod in the Lej?islativb Assembly last] -. night that the Government has rais^ ; '.j ed the rate of interest onmoney' : loaned to the State from 55 to 5i peri ' H. cent owinjf to three-other , States do- . iwrso. . v-v/ . : -"r[ It was\also stated that Cabinet: ~ , had refused to appoint a Royal Com- - j '; misHion into* the BeUbird disaster.,: :;;'v - * -.-1-''-W
OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923
OBSERVATIONS. (By a Casual Rambler). It Ih Interesting to read ill your Issue of 5th Inst. Mr. IP. F. iLoughlln's visit to. young, ojn- regtinl to flip Durrlnjuck scliemo ho mentions that tlipre Is a general' disposition on the part of the public to Una interest find working expenses u» pronjlseij ,by 'Mr. Storey. Seeing the price proposed for water is 6/-. per' 1000 gallons, as against 1'/- Iier. 1000 gal lons for such ? tow'na ns .i^agga, iNa'r ranileru and Hay, that pump direct from the .Murruinbldgee, what chance In there for that price being' paid? At Griffith and .Lccton-our irrigation - towns-there are practically no pri vate gardens, peeing tho charge lor water Is 1/9 per 10^,0: gallons. Tho people tiiere say -it won't pay to grow flowers. 1 75: .. . ., In .reference. to. tlie million farms .scheme, everyone, knows'this-Is only h slogan., -.At. the- qaiaq timo,\M>. Loughlin IH rlglit in pointing, out that practically nothing 'Is ;being./ done; that there is a lot of talk ...