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School Cricket. END OF FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 December 1923

School Cricket. . . . I END OF FIRST .ROUND. 1 On Wednesday the "Wongas" arid the "Kookaburras" played the final match of the 1st round of the school competition oil the Y.D.S. Recrea tion Ground. The came resulted in a win for the Kookaburra's by an innings and 1 run. (a 3-point win). The Kookaburras batted first and were dismissed for 49 runs. The .principal scorers for Kookaburras were-E. Campbell 10, and A. Ir vine 15 runs. The Wonga's then went in to bat. They were quickly dismissed for the small score of G. The Wonga's were sent to the ' wickets again and in their second innings did much better, knocking up <12 runs, leaving the Kookaburras winners by an innings and 1 run. R. Campbell (8 wickets) was the hero with the ball for the winners, whilst J. Hume ? took live wickets for tho* ''IVoneas." v ' The positions of the teams at tho end of the first round is as follows: Kookaburras 8 points; Wongas 7pts, Brolgas 4pts; Mopukes 0. The following 20 players hend the list...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 December 1923

BRISBANE WOOL SALES. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. received the following wire from their Bris bane office: "Competition very keen opening Brisbane wool sales. Prices 5 to 7i per cent above .values at last scries. ' Germany, Japan, and Am erica very active on best wools. ,Wc sold Smith's Dalveen 34¥d; Bendee, Stanthorpe 33iid; Pfingst's, Toobeah, .32id;jGlenlyon 32d; Terry's Laurel Vale 31Jd; Noorindoo 30<|d; Middle ton Park 30d..

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 December 1923

COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. Wheat 4/. Flour £11. (Bran £7/6/. Pollard £7/5/% .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUTPUT OF COAL. WORLD'S RECORD ESTABLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 December 1923

OUTPUT OF COAL. WORLD'S tlECORD ESTABLISHED. PgIuw LMain collieries yesterdtly es* taUlinhed a world's record lor the out put of coal in one day, namely 3050 tons. Tlio Richmond (Main colliery's output was 235'2 tons.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLOODS IN HOBART. WOMAN WASHED AWAY BUT RESCUED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 December 1923

FLOODS IN HOB1ART. WOMAN WASHED AWAY BUT RESCUED. A message to-day from Hobart states that the worst floods for years occurred in the -Midlands. The city of Hobart was also affected. The city was halt flooded laBt nifilit, and a woman was swept away, but ulti mately rescued.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 December 1923

PERSONAL. ".Mr. W. M. Bean, who 'was'recent ly operated upon for appendicitis at the Sacred Heart Hospital, has re stijiied his duties as "porter at the Murrumburrah railway station. The Misses Dulcie , and Jessie Chant, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. .7, Chant, of Manly and Young, stu dents of the Metropolitan Business Colejre, secured meritorious passes in the recent I.P.S.A. exam. IJuIcic secured an A pass and Jessie passed with honors. Mr. R. 'Riumble, sliire clerk, resum oil. duty this week after Ills six woeks vacation, having "taken but," In ailill-' tlrin to this year's holidays, the three Weeks leave iluo to him from last year, when' ho occupied, l'pr several months, the position of acting en gineer to the IBurrangong Shire. Mr.. Humble spent Ula vaeutiou in Syd ney, Cronulln and on the Blue Moun tains', anil has greatly benefited In health us a result of his pleasant so journ in the ahovementloned locali ties, - .' - I.Mr. Alex. (Meldrum, of Katannlug (U'.A.), fs 6n a visit to ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST SHOOTING CASE. DATE OF SECOND TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 December 1923

BATHURST SHOOTING CASE. DATE OF SECOND TRIAL! The re trial ot iConstablo ? Robert Shannon on a charge of shooting Sgt Clarke tit vBathurat, lius been flxeiV tor next 'Monday, before Justice Gordon.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RINDERPEST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 6 December 1923

RINDERPEST CONFERENCE, A Melbourne message states that an Inter-State Conference on 'Rin derpest' is to be held in Sydney next Tuesday.

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 — 6 December 1923

TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF, Tha election of:,'Mayor.i takes place to-night . ." i{ ^.n Important meeting of workers in connection with the Anglican Summer fete will be held to-night. Wireless contorts will shortly be Riven at Young. A cane of diphtheria is being treat ed at Grenfell hospital. A euchre pnrty and dance at Quan dialla in aid of the Church of Eng land building fund, realised about £12 j During last week no less than seven outbreaks of fire between Wireen and Brundnh Sidings, on the Koorawatha to Grenfell line, two being on the Wirepin property, two at Mogongong, and three at Pinton. Each fire was in close prox imity to the railway line and was noticed immediately after the pass ing of the train. At the inquest at I'arkes which lasted eight hours, on the death of Theodore George Poulos, as the re sult of an explosion and fire in the refreshment rooms,- the evidence showed that deceased's explanation for being on the premises was false. The Coroner found that deceased malicio...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

to _ _ FOR THE XMAS SEASON. & AERATED11WATECRd<!0UP ih,Pment °f SCHWEPPES CORDIALS . AERATED WATERS-Lintriv ,0,f,,t.hc'0l,owin9 »'°ck: DIIY GI.NCiEItAl !.' ii.f. V ' "ilrW mill small bottles): Mh.L!"kmon/s YKn>''^i7\ «tJI';')|l;i<',|': (Pure); LfMEJUICE (cor 'IO-' M Ri | ; ItASPIUMlllV, HjIIMOX SQUASH. ORDER EARLY TO SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ? H°USE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS: PHONE 25. vnnN -BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB NFT!^wrwm.N LI, ) . s,'101,1 'i10 Grny Car learned, through 20 years 10 r'.° bulllli,|K n BOO.-1 Llsht Cnr. The exocu ^ ;!y c 0j'>l'any know, after many years of merchand | L 2 ( I « """10st (1,!Hlre |R "8>'t earn. Then tbey .III no.theil for .1 long time lo perfect the Umy design. They were In no hurry, r, ml they were sure of the sounilne.ss ur their Ideas. The combin ed resu,.t of these enorts is the present Gray Car-holding the world's offl ijlal eco?. om> record, and with a record of success In Its first year of pro diicllon Mint no oil...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELLING LIQUOR AFTER HOURS. LICENSEE FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

SELLING LIQUOR AFTER HOURS. LICENSEE FINED. Josoiili Wyritur Bruwii, licenser :!' the Milvule Hotel, was charged at. Hi'' Young I'ollce jCtoiirt withhooping li censed . premises open at 'uriluwfiii hours; '(Sunday, 2,ith November) fi"' the sale oMIquor. :He pleaded Kitil . ty, ancl ayus .represented by' Mr. 1~ L. ilOgllll. ? Constable 'Burton, ot Tulibul, <l<" posed that ho called at the hotel »si .Siuiilny last and found tlie dmits oPQn.Uiutl liquor. being;, sold , to «#«'. oral pefsons. The licensee was a'1" seni! lit ithe tli'no. it was n fit'sL offence.!- 5 '; Fined £3 and S/- costs, 111 dofuuM ,0110 .month's Imprisonment. ^ William Gi'irdinor and John Bnrry "iMg during prohibited hours on Smuln.. . iiStli iNvrBmber, # !S ft V- * They wore fined TO/- and $/. cosU, lii default sovea days.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

CRICKET. The following team will r<;|#r<-m-hi Hurran.'ong (CVC. uguinst 'Wumliaituin ba iC?.'C. on Sunday at tlie crifk ground:-B. I'ostlgan, K. Comnii.':-. J. Hyaiii A. C. Jones, 'W. Jasprlzz.i, I Woodburn, R Cahiil, VVl Douglass, A. Metcalfe,\ J. Doyle, IB. Johnson; !!. Hawkins 12, Kennedy 13. X'luy i" start at XI a.m. sharp. . The following team will repri's>iit Tipperary against illamblers on .Su» day, at Tipperary at 11 o'clock:-«. Barnes, Rv LVIetzler, R. Jones, ill. M'il" son, V. ' Jones, iL. .Hanlou, IU U lnond,' C. IHenry, 'F. Rogers, J. **»!«! well, J. Hanlon, G. Stevens; It. Wo»i bridge li2th.. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG COUNCIL MAYORAL ELECTION.—GENERAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

B II tr«iv.'ff M ft Hi ti > *a.v *\ .< »» i.t. n«1TTH /e YOUNG CGJUNQA:^-; ,] MAYORAL ELECTION.-GENERAL BUSINESS. >7 / ' \Pi-lor <o'. Clio; ordinary, meeting of the Young .Council, lust night,- u spe cial. meeting was hold, at which'Aid. IRuhlwW was To-elected Mayor. There was a full uouhcil. RAILWAY FOOTBRIDGE. iWith reference'to the agltatluu re questing the Commissioners to con struct a footbridge at' the Cowra and ol the,Young platform, a. letter was received from' the 'seefethry to the Commissioners stalling that as the councll..would not contribute to the cost of the work, it must be allowed to sland .over. The council asked the Commission er.M to reconsider the matter owing to its importance. BLACKGUARD GULLY DAM. The secretary of the 'YVuter Con servation iintl irrigation ^Commission wrote asking It the council wore In legal occupation of the slte'on Black guard Gully, where it was proposed to construct a weir. The town clerk suggested that the co...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANIA FOR BREAKING LOCKS. DOES IT FOR FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

MANIA FOR 'BREAKING LOQKS. .j. :'n, . - . I iVy . DOES IT FOR FUN.. :! "He Has a mania. ' for breajnftpr lock's? aiid: ti'espaBsinjrfcri?t»Koj Shftv?, jgroprid«" said .Serjeant vOnwsJra^iv whoii Johii 'A.-' C^rneUus-was xMMcfccl at the YounjfvCo'utt. to-day. r with; tXa imigijig a^uadlockvi, «tjie .-.propeiiky--pi thii PN aVuUAAsyodttUaiufi .nlway.s .ibrc^iiTff ><wen$hiJ tao;uj». iirid .'we ^fiav&.'iAyav.QJSw bin1 "What/do y()ii do it «lor? iatraLe asked ac^UKud. /'Just fun," w^s.^Uio^ropl.V.'V Fined Ai "Or seven days.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CASE DISMISSED. ALLEGED DANGEROUS DRIVING [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

CASE DISMISSED. ALLEGED DANGEROUS DRIVING I At the Police Court this morning ' the police proceeded against Walter i Charles Asheroft. for driving his oar ? in a manner alleged t» he danjrerms » I to the public on 2JJid November last. I He nleaded not guilty and was de- ' fended by Mr. Hojran. Constable Giles, deposed th;:t he J ?aw defendant drive the car dov.n Burrowa street and wross the in'.'.T- i so rcion of Main & Burrowa streets i nt o furious-pace. He swerwti -in.) skidded further down to avoid diss. Later' be interviewed defend ant. who said .he was on a sick er rand. The paee complained of was fron. 20 to oC miles an hour. Con stable. jtfeCaiTon Rave corroborative uwdence. and hv:re[ily to Mr*. ITotran . he had nevcr."srjen;ihe defend ant drive fast-before. . The defendant, a storekeeper, sta led ths,t he was on the rond to the hospital with his little boy. He was travelling at about miles » per hour, and could have stopped within ten yards. The street was ouite ei...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON LICENSED PREMISES Was He a Traveller? MAGISTRATE DISMISSES CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

ON LICENSED PREMISES Was He a Traveller? MAGISTRATE DISMISSES CASE . Edwin Hentlmway, farmer was pro-' ceuded against l).v the police at the Young court to-day for being on the licensed premises of 'the Milvalo Ho tel during prohibited hours on Sun day, 2olli November. He pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. h. I.. Hogan. Tile defence was that Uleathaway was a traveller, ilnd" Mr. Hogan stiid that they would admit being on tiio premises at the time stated. -;... . ' Constable iBurton, of Tubbul, giive evidence regarding finding defendant On the premises. When lie Served the summons on him, iHeuthaway said' lie was .11 traveller, having arrived at the hotel-froiii iWeediillion. 1H0 said be had slept at his brother-in-law's place (.Mr. Knight) on the previous night. in his opinion the distance was Si miles. il.'ross-exainined by I.Mr. Hogan, wit ness admitted that it was 5i miles iVoni .Milvalo to Anderson's, .but .the distance from Amlers&n's to Knlglit's WilH about Hi...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS. DIOCESE OF GIULBURN. OFFICIAL RESULTS OF 1928 EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS. DIOCESEOF" GIUI.BURN. Ol'FlC'lAI. KKSUI/I'S OK i:^ KXAMINATION. The results *>f the written elim inations hold last October at the I different centre* of the Dioi-e.-is of [ Wnutra ami Goulburn have been mip I plied by tlu» Rev. Thonia:: Slattery. I Diocesan Examiner. ! No. ! Ilnrsary, donated l»v n-rLiin j brant-be.*- of the ll.A.C.P», Society of j the i>io«'o?e of Goiilhura vv-.n by K|. [ hio Lewis, Convent of Merry. Tnni ut. r»|u marks. (Maximum oiim. | N<» - Hursury. donated by the . Sifters of Mercy, Alhnry. won hy > I'.ilven Launen. Convv.it t»f M«*wy. 1 C.u-owa. HIS mark?'. j No. -5 Hursary, ^ donated !»y the' Sisters t»r Mercy, Ynss. won by Jlita J J'ohhin. Convent of Mercy. C;.n;iM'gt i 171 marks. I No. I Hursary, donated I>y (ho I Sisters of the Presentation <*o»»\i»nt, > Wagga, won hy Nell Flynn. S\ Jos- J eph's. Wagga. 171 mark*. ; Preparatory Intermediate <'!:«>*.- I History: Nome Quinli\ar. Co...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STEALING CASE. Wife Denies Husband's Evidence. "SHE LOANED THE ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

STEALING CASE. Wife Denies Husband's Evidence. "SHE LOANED THE ARTICLES. 'Walter '.Miller, ut the Young 'Police courl this miirnlug,' nleaileil not guilty to mealing a trying pun unci blanket at 'Milkman's Creek on November 21, valued at JO/-, the property of James Castles. Accused was defended by I.Mr. J.. I.. IHogan. Constable Kohl gavu evidence of ar rest. iHu interviewed accused at' his cumi) on IMilkman's Creek on 21st No vember, when he ilenled stealing the property or having been at Ittistlen's residence Ilia! morning. IHe hud been in possession of the articles for a long time, and cluinied them as bis property. On the road to the lockup, accused admitted having been at (Castles'* house, and that Mrs. Castles gave him the articles. .lumes Castles deposed having been in i:\vn on Wednesday, November 21, with his wife. :,\Vhen lie returned home he missed (he .articles, and be ins suspicious, went up to iMiller's camp, a'mile away. He saw Miller and the pan and blanket at the cam...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

W- "5ECTTER,;'~: ;' "V Td DELAY-MAKING? YOUK, WIU'- ' EQUAUiY SEhlOUS lS THE QUESTION OF'SELECTING YOUR : . EXECUTOR PERPETUAL TRUSTEE COMPANY (Ltd.) It in Every way'to be Preferred to Privnto ExecUtHVns, However Trust ' worthy. « .' ITS ADVANTAGES K\GJAJI>E- . CONTINUITY OF, MANAGEMENTS- c SECURITY. 1» cxi'miot'dic or leave the State , Its?i\«orves and Uncalled Capital nro ample. EXPERIENCE. REASONABLE CHARGES. . It,h;w handled almost every class of ' At^et. Its chiirgcv arc moderate.. Write for Booklet, which gives details of its Methods and Charges, Trust and Agency Fund* under Administration exceed £22,000.000. .&M:> HUNTER STREET. Sydney. It. COfLANt) LETHBR1DGE, Mfrr. THE Primary Producers' Bank OF AUSTRALIA, LTD. OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY THE MAN ON THE LAND Brunches now open in Queensland, Now South Wales. Victoria and South 'Australia. AUTHORISED the main object of SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL Primaty Producers' CAPITAL, OVER £4,000,000. 03uJ{ £1,100,000. is to render BA....

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ALD. RABBETS REELECTED MAYOR. EXPLANATIONS AND RECRIMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 December 1923

AIJ* RABBETS R&' ELECTED MAYOR. EXPLANATION^ ' .AND EiEdRiMiiMftdN;?. A. J. Kabbetk» \fras re-oleclod Muy«jir -it Hie H|iu6Iai'RuiViHtll moj»tiiiR IitHt,' tiin uPPositfo!i-':tfr 'Ald.IUu foiij. lit; wan tmmilniitnd by Alii, lliicmlam, AVfWtorn aprt Ktitnhh*. Aid. Ijazznrlnt tfrij/portnd AM* Hfntoii], and Aid. TrcHilijm wua * put; forward by Aid. !i\ariiioybf /<tt«! - Rftitonl. Aid. TruHlllan, howrvw. wltlulrew, leaving' thfi oilier two 10 ffRlit ft out. On tlic» division lic*inf? (.*a!lod, Aid. rtnhlx'tH wiik cb'rtod by five to thron. AM. 'HliitoaJ's supporter*!' wore Aid. .Lazzarinl ,in(j Xnrmoyk*. A TORRENT OF RECRIMINATION. Then* way a s«hmI doal of suppruHH od fiHdlnj? duriim the actual election. Tin* Mayor, fully i:omld«nt, conduct* **d ilio fornwIJtlo* In hl«» uaual busf nef-sllUu munm»r, anil It watfn't until be bad fJniahed roiuriiln#? tlmnltrf and ashing for support that the* emotion broke one in n flood of explanation* anil incrimination. "ft wnHii't in\...

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