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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

In memoriam. 3iiVIUU5.-lu P*'cr l°T'nS memory of my ilt'iir non imd ojir l'T1,1"? Oeorgf, who departed tills lire Be romber 9tli, 1!U<>. -f J'1'""'. I'encefullv slePlilBR, restlnc at l»st. 'l.ifusweury ,,"ins and.suffering l>«f -Inserted i>y '>'* Ioviiir B ters. Brother and biotliertn-Iiiw.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. TIPPERARY v RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

CRICKET. TIPPERARY v RAMBLERS. [ Tipprrary del'fatt'd Kantbicrs at ! Tipju-raiy yesterday by 172 runs to ' 44. Srmv's: - : RAMHLHUS. \\*. Scott. b Caldwell - ' 'W. 'Smith. <? ileiiry b : aJdu-eli .. .S .\\\ Morris, c Caldwell b 41. Jones 7 N. 'BrodeHrl:, <. ami b 'Caldwell .. 2 K. Mc'l-augrJiJin. b H, Jones .. .. 14 \ J. Utddell, nm out 6 IX MlmUiD. b U. Jones 0 A. Ji.ieban, v Caldwell b \Vaj,ren im'j U O. Hell. iict out W .... 0 Tola! 44 Howling; J. Caldwell .1/2;!; 'ft. WI son, ii/ii; U. June#, «/?#: \\\ U'agun-, bah, 1/2. TII'P.liRAiKV. I W. Wrtfioiibah. c McCjtJi b Smith 3C l V. K»ser*, I) iBrodcriek <> 1 V. Jones, b fBroderiek 4 j L. J1«nio»f b Smith n\ H. Metzler, o tBroderlek 1) IMcCall n\) \ ft. Jones, b Morris '1 | J. Caldwell, c IBroderiek b .'Buelian 11 ' 'C. Henry, <: Broderiek b Scott .. 1:8 i K. Pr.rkinson, st. Uiddell b CWe'Call (J Bowling: Colless, 0/10; X. -Broiler lek. -l/\u: \\. Smith 2/'22, AW Morris 1/2.1, A. Huc-ha...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Daily Witness MONDAY, DECEMBER 1[?], 192[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

Wkt Sails mo.S-1'AV, ni.\u:.MHHit 10, 1 :»-.?... 4llrl. ("Rabbets has been reelected A* Young's First Citizen. anil will jjcrordinffly again occupy the Mayor al chair during the coming year. This will ho Ills seventh term as Mayor within the period of twelve years lie lias represented the rate p\yers an an alderman. This 1h a vectrd to lie proud of. ami it Is not. therefore, any matter of surprise that the .Mayor durinjr the week end. was showered with* con grutuiations and complimentary bou- : «;uct* by u large circle of friend* and .\dmirejjt. ..Kveryone," an the .saying riutn, "has lils faults"-imltnlinp ul dyrinen. councillors and even politi-1 cians. but they also have thelv good . to counterbalance (heir re-1 Kitectfve siioricomiiiCH. Outspoken- < ness \ y u {nblic man may !>»» regard-1 s»d ehhvr a." a failng or a virtue by candid critics or equally candid friends, hut however this qualified* tion <c r handicap! may be regarded. Aid. Unubcts apparently...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Worst Road in the District. Ladies Remove Shoes. WHAT PART OF BURRANGONG SHIRE CAN CLAIM THE WORST ROAD' [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

Worst Road in the District. | Ladies Remove Shoes. ! WHAT I'ART OK BURItANGOXG I slituk CAN cw.AIM THE ' WORST ROAD' The Windermere residents are say ing some nasty thing.-* about tin* Rurrangong Shire Council because of the wretched state of the Maren go Plats road. An irate ratepay ; er. Mr. 0. I'. Johnson, protested in j a letter read at Saturday's meeting. He said the road was the worst in I the district, and no repair work had ! been done for years. His ear had \ been hogged twice, and he'had hro j ken two sets of springs. The com I plaint was referred to the engineer I for report I Another competitor in the worst : road competition is the road from | Ti'.bbul siding to Morangorell. Sever i nl residents of Wecdnllion forward I ed n petition through the Kdgefern j Progress Association. to the Shire i Council, asking that some of their | rates be spent on this road which I was in a deplorable condition. Or. I Tout said there was only one bad i ! "Pot on the road-the rest was . i ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

The Hustlers SALE Bight with a merry swing went our Introductory Sale, which made prices pale. On Saturday wo had the hea vinst day's business of tht year-and the volume of business done far exceeded our expectations. BARGAINS IN BOYS' WEAR. 'INFANTS' AlJl. WOO!, KI.N'G 'J-liTS, short sleeves, for small boys-1/1 (fiich. HOYS' COTTOX SIXm.KTS. In summer weight-1-/4 anti KG euch. A TAX COTTOX « HOSE, In me (Hum anil largo sizes. goiHl Urig Hull make. with double tops 1/0 |ier |ialr. HOYS' rOTS-iVOU) COATS which have yoke, sirn|i nml vent lim:k, all sizes--1/11 each. A large variety or BOYS' SUITS In many styles, In Light - anil .Meilimn Dark shades; to fit boys 2 J to li years of age 4/11 & 5/11 Suit. 4/11 & 5/11 THE SUIT. BOYS' COTSaVGLT) SUITS In much variety; jCoatn huve yoke strap ami vcmi buck, or may b» had without vent: to fit hoys 6 to !.*» years-7/6 Suit. . YOUTHS' SPORT SUITS-32/6. YOUTHS' l-UWX wool. TWIvlil) SPORT SUITS, which arc right ill) 111 lilt; mlmii...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRE PRESIDENT REELECTED. CRICFTOP: UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

SHIRE PRESIDENT RE ELECTED. CRICFTOP: UNOPPOSED. Cr. C. Criehton . s 'eeted unopposed «k Pre.*! ;jur runiron^ Shire f< tiiiir twelve* months, at the mire l mil meetintr on Saturday. He wn nom inated by every'Councillor. lie returned thanks ' suitably. Cr. Taylor was reflected Deputy President, and all committees are composed of the Council as a whole or any three Councillors. The amount of tin? President's allowance whs reduced from £75 to 1*50, at the President's wish.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brutal Assault. Man's Skull Fractured. REDFERN ROUGHS AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

Brutal Assault. Man's Skull Fractured. REDFERN ROUGHS AT WORK. Lionel Eriecson, 17, was the vic tim of a brutal attack by a number of hooligans at Redfern last night. Ho is now in hospital in an unconscious condition with his skull fractured and other minor in juries.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECRETS OF STATE. THE WAITER AND THE STRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

SECRETS OF STATE!. BY c WILLIAM LE QUEUX, Author <>r "Tho Invasion of Knc lnnd." "Fnt.-il FinKcra," &c. TIIE WAITER AND TIIIC STRAN GKK. He was in no way n mini to wear his heart upon his sleeve, therefore ;ie chatted gaily to his friend, and llsteneij to Fred's extravagant miration nf Enid's beauty. lie con gratulated himself that his old friend was in ignorance of the truth. A curious incident occurred at the hotel that same evening, however, which, had Waiter been aware of it. would probably have caused him considerable uneasiness, and alarm .Hist before seven o'clock, a tall, rather .slim, middle-aired narrow eyed man. dressed in dark grey tUeed-s. entered the liall of the ho tel am! imiuireil for Fritz, the .head waiter. He was well-dressed, and bore an almost professional air. The brisk German quick'y appear ed. when, in his own tongue, the stranger. whose moustache was carefully trimmed and who .wore i ruby ring upon his white hand, mode an anxious inqui...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INSURANCE RATES LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

! INSURANCE RATES LOWER. I , Apparently one farmer preffi*;- 1 i Hurraturong Shire to Weddin. At 1 the Burrnngonir Shire Council mci inif on Saturday a letter was read j from Mr. George Sanderson, ask inir that his name lie expunged from I tiie petition for severance from the : Shire. He said he had just dis covered that the insurance rates on J crops were much hijrher in Weddin ; Shin*. He was advised it) write ' to \Veddin Shire Council, and place j ins request before it.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRE COUNCIL. FINAL MEETING OF YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

8H.IBE COUNCIL. FINAL MEETING OF YEAR. ? The final meeting for the y.eaT of the UurranRonK Shire Council was he)<i on Saturday. There were pre .sent: Cm. OrlcJiion (president), F. H. Tout. S. Taylor, G. -Caldwell, 11". <}, Thackeray and .1. (B. (Crouch. . CORRESPONDENCE. Tin* department of Lands advised that the question of rates on sol diers' holdings was receiving atten lion. rnowT.Hian okeek avashaway. " The Railway .Commissioners Inti* muted their willingness to construct a protecting bank at the site of the washaway nt Crowther [Creek, but they expected the council to attend to the clearing of the roadway. The engineer was authorised to have the clearing done. X0Xr0US 'WIBBDS. i The Young IM*. Hoard wrote stat ing it had ikj objection to the appoint* inent of the rabbit inspectors an tn> spectors for noxious weeds In the Bur. rangong shire. >Cr. 'Crouch asked what salary they would require. Af« tor discussion it was decided to leave the mutter in the...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

j PEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. | On Thursday. November J2. an ] old resident of Military-road, .Merry lands, in tin' person <»f Mr. Peter | O'Neill. passed over the Great Div- j idc. The deceased. who was 7-t *. years of aire, had never really voeov- ; I cred from an attack of influenza : | Komu months previously. IU' was j ' well-known throughout the district, land he and his family were partic ularly well-known in Young, where ? they had resided 'for thirty years. 1 Decea.sed leaves his wife, four sons. I three daughters and fifteen jrnind : children to mourn. The remains ' were interred in the Koman Catho . lie portion of Kookwood Owtcry.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

BROWNIES For an easy and inexpen sive way,of making pic tures there is nothing to compare with a Folding Brownie. p°'3 i],f°rPic'ur«'2V< x3K inches. 71 ' ? No. 2A i, for pictures */2 * Va inches. priCCf 52.fr, Cell <wd see them. W. F. GILBERT KODAK DEALER PHONE 140 YOUXG CITY PRICES. for pictures Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE PASSAGES ANDERVE!P|ARALT$RYCOR°GASNSF TE BRONCH,AL A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. In all cases of ASTHMA nnd BRONCHITIS will bo found most ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG.'PHONE 158. Country Orders packed FREE and sent tho Sam* Day. Sold, BllTer and Bem-flet J«waUorj Clookj : Electro Plat« Optical Gooda Smokers' Requisites fto. fto. H. COLEY. Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician. PRIVATE ROOM FO R 8IGHT TE8TINQ. All Watch, Jewellery and Optical Repaint 1 done Promptly on the Premises. MJBION HOTEL BUILDINGS, BURROWA STREET YOUNQ. HOUSEWIVES KNOW THEIR BEST FRIEND iS IOUSEfiOLD AMMONIA (CJuOUDY) Unequalled for all Household pur ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOVERN MERIT ROAD GRANT GOOD 'CASE FOR YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

GOVERN MERIT ROAD GRANT GOOD 'CASE FOR YOUNG. The Shire Clerk, Mr. E. Rumble, put. up a strong case for the Bur rangong Shire's claim. for part of the Government road grant, when he was in. Sydney. He informed the Council on Saturday that he had interviewed the Chief Engineer of the Public Works and .Local Government Departments, and poin ted out to them the intense develop ment of the Youna district within (the last few years. A heavy increase I ill settlement had meant new roads, and the old roads now carried twen ty times the traffic of a few years ago. He considered that Young was entitled to a Rood slice of the Kraut. . . , How. an enlargement from a "snap" of a cat scared the mice from the kitchen of the Brom,pton Hospital is an interesting story told in the "Daily Chronicle" by a late patient. . The staff of the gallery kitchen were annoyed by thri noctur nal visits of mice, and it occurred to the patient who was a photographer, that an enlarged photograph of » which he had m...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUSEUM ESSAY.—£5/5/0. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

MUSEUM ESSAY.-£5/5/0. The Australian Museum, Sidney, Contains many objects of jrreat. inter est anil amonjfst the latest addition.-! to iss ttallerles are si.-eiJc group i <le filctln^ bird-life on ffowe Is land. anil a coral pool from the same toudllt.v. which may lie suid -to bu the southern outpost of the Great Barrier Iteef of Queensland. In ad dition to these there are others il lustrative of the home-life of the Hawaiian Islanders, life of Antarc tica, model* showing monsters of bygone ages. roUI JiuBSet*. «tc "With the object of enepuraKimr a healthy interest in the .Museum, end thereby mukine known Its treasure! Mr. (1 Taylor. editor or 'IBuIld ific". has iHc-iTited five guineas n« j b inize for the liem. essay written by a school mi|,il between the a«e of twelve and sixteen yearn of atfe on 1st March, 1 fi2-l.- r,The n.isnj m«y be on one depnilinent or on (he whole Mu-eurn. and should contain 1600 to words. Competitors should hand their essays to their teflchers ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. CANTERBURY PARK-WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

SPORTING. THE "TURF. CANTERBURY PAftK-WINNERS. Following are the winners at iCiin terhury Park faces, hold on Saturday. 'Hurdle :Haco-iKing Howard : 1, Spearsong '2, Jack's Day 3. Winner 5/il. Tote: £2/3/-. ' ' Inlying Handicap-Fteropod 1, Mol lis B. 2, Hopetoun 3. . Winner, 0/4. Tote, <£1/5/-. Nursery Handicap-First division: Quest il, Onward flSalmo 3. Win ner 2/1, Tote. £1/6/-. Second Division: Sweet Sappho 1, llanteostan <2, Foeka 3. Winner, 5/1. Tote, £2/3/6. December Handiuup-Kuddrean 1, Multiform 2, lOlieerful '3. Winner 14/1. Tote, £4/S/-. Three-year-old Handicap-Austra iiun Light 'I, 'Ileruagtie 'i, Bathos 3. Winner l'^/H. Tote, £4/0/i6. . iParraniiitta (Handicap-MPercyrua 1, 'Uiickrat 2,i Jilylulity 3. , "Winner, Sfl. Tote, Jil'/lW -f. » >v . , ' / 'PRiNCE AS'JOCKEY. V '' . LONDON, Doc. <8.-Tho Prince of ?Wales mado his first appearance as a jockey at Sandown yesterday., H« rode 'Pliaco iuto third ? place in' the National IHunt Fiat Race...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITTLE GIRL'S DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

LITTLE GIRL'S DEATH | A little trill, Hetty O'lleliii4. aired ! 21 years, died in tin1 Younjc JJistrici j Husmtul »n Saturday niKht, from , diphtheria. She was the daughter i of Mr. and .Mrs. O'Heliir, »f Hur- j | ilen. I

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

JSSBBS5B5S3B55SSaEiSaaSE«33Ei3iac<naEB3SBiSi2 CORDIALS We have just landed our shipment of SCHWEPPES CORDIALS & AERATED WATERS. Any of the following In stock: AMlATlcn WATICIIS-i1JTC\IO.\'.\!)K, (Inrsn and «nmll hollies): 1>RY C.lNliEllAI.K (largo and small Uottli'.s): SODA. WATfill (law anil small Imttlus): SAiITO (iHrfje hollies nnly); SWBET f:i\Hi:i{Al.l-: (larne bottles only). WIIWWI'l'BS ,U)!!l)lAI^j-.IJMBJIHCE (Puro): JJMKJIJICB (cor tiUtU: UC.MON riVllljI'; RASPBKHUY. It-MMOX SQUASH. ORDER EARLY TO SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. W. T. CHANT & Co. HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. I'llONE 26. ' YOUNG. i&BlOBIll HUTTONS PINEAPPLE KAMS^ BACON fAfflO FOR F1AVOR giKBnBaraa^fHaaBOBBiiKaBaaBaaaiiv ;hbbiiiebb' CHEAP FURNITURE Owing to extensive Xmas Goods arriving, we have a few lines of Furniture to dear at COST PRICE. ' 1 MAI'I.E rtOT>ItOO.\r SUITE, (inmprisinp: Wardrobe, Com bination {'ite.st and .Mnrhle-top Withstand. ONI.V £12 r. II ?] OAK HEDHOOM SUIT...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE TO IMPOUND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

POLICE TO IMPOUND STOCK. The straying stock nuisance is ovi- | dently. affordum Kreat annoyance to , the residents of Marenjro-. Con stable Pranjrley, of that village, v<- | cently applied to the Superintendent j to he appointed Impounding Ollieer, i and he referred the mutest to the ! Hurranuontr Shire Council, which I WHS. naturally, sympathetic. Steps are heinic taken to have the desired appointment made.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHIRLWIND IN BURROWA STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

WHIRLWIND IN BURROWA STREET. :V';Aii unusual siirht was* witnessed in Burrnwa street, at 10 o'clock on - Saturday mnrnjnjjr. A whirlwind fepranjr UP opposite John Hunters establishment and travelled up the centre of the street to the Royal ho tel earner thence diverting1 to the vacant allotment opposite the hottl. Tfce "whirlie" incidentally gathered up a tlen.se spiral column of dust and debris from the street.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. LAWYERS MAKE MISTAKES SOMETIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

CURRENT " NEW S. LAWYERS MAKE MISTAKES SOMETIMES. . - That solicitors are not infallible * /'-. vras demonstrated at the Burrango»ff | Shire Council meetinir on Saturdaj.. : .When letter was read fron> « Cowra polii'itor, oil behalf of one . Hyde. protesting :i>.'iiinst the Loun ciPs decision regarding certain im pifovements on Fisher's property at Koorawatha. The names were mix ? eft up ami it was made to appear . thiat the protest was Mr. Fishers. iflVhat's he driving at? asked i2r. :: Crouch. 44I can see his mistake. ' gftid the President "he means Hyde, ,jU :* hr6fc Fisher.'* Cr. Crouch: "How do YOU know he does?-then, with a glance at CY. Tout Its ...?''hard to sav what solicitors mean any "..Xf-'tSme." (Laughter). It was de - fcfdcd to accept the solicitors letter / b!n its merits, and to inform him u'1' "'jthat the Council were adamant in their decision.

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