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BOY'S ARM BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
BOY'S ARM BROKEN. A peculiar aeci.dent to "Pat i iiin(-'Vt'Hr-oItl Hon of Mr. unci Mrs. W. G. Cjiu.cr, of ThudclunRra, re sulted in hifi right arm beintr fraa turerl. Th»? boy was standing on ono of the wires of a fence, and hold ing &lt;h* top wire which snapped, caufl fntf him Jo fall Jieavily 011 the unn. Tho injured boy was brought to Voting for medical attention.
TOOK IODINE IN MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
TOOK IODINE IN MISTAKE. , The fourteen-year-old daughter ot Mr. and .Mrs. Shelley, of Water view Soldier Settlement^ inadver tently swallowed iodine in mistake for a dose of ca.scara. early on Sat urday morning The manager, of the settlement, Mr. Nuttall,'brought her in to Young District Hospital for treatment. She had so far recovered from the effects of the Gitstak*' as to be able to 'ueturn home this morning.
CANNED PRUIT. ALL STOCKS SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
I - "CANNED PRUIT. ALL STOCKS SOLD. Australia is now in -the (jratifyimr position of having 110 surplus "stocks of cajyied fruit, either at home or abroad. A customs official statel yesterday that local stocks of canned fruit were practically sold' out, and the market was clear for the new season's pact. " This was the.-'posi tion for which the industry had been clamoring for some time past. ' On ly a few weeks ago one of the'lead-: ing Icanners. informed the Acting Prime Minister publicly, that there would be a carry-over ;o'f stock from this year sufliqient to supply the whole, of the ne\v ;seaSpn's demand. This statement" caused a good deal of surprise and was :ridi3uled by.the authorities.- The canning .of tiiis season's apricots '.was expected to;'be /rin in -Victoria v-'and. -Vow South .Wales in about three weeks time, and, the> pack would l>e ready for . stile about the middle of. January. Overseas stocks had also been sold, as well as a parcel which was now about to be...
Katoomba Thousand. Winning Numbers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
Katoomba Thousand. Winning Numbers. The.Katoomba Thousand was drawn with the following results: M0735; 3491130: 152333; 3931157; 107-31-5 504351; rasas; 459321; 403708- *281!582 220S70; 279496; 2.7-S603; 21699;?431582 230639; 132055; 4S4464; GSlll'0: 436435, 465646; 147638; 2393112'; 360124; 1126'M, 43230.1,. 439404; 611749 ; 35573:-2763X0, 30499; 67697; 39373; 33042S; 310351'; 39611;330304; 331100; 350'47S; 434619; 41.6768; 214466; 7943; 462036; 419681. 175581; 137175; 24633; 2940'; 333295; 292931; 1S7>1111; 392628; 266029; 456200 474452; 217723;: 24687; 3347; 103X4; 125M6; R35350; 106962; 36S2Go; 330596 2197; 10701:^476701; 509906; 228569; 349544; -76S§» 503679 ; 24302; 22&51; 12375; 3165;. 1'7662; 3S319; 299S55; 50S1S3'; 5580; 36228; 245S79; 446529; 2Q5773; 3SS3; 275621; 2S3S92; 4S703S; 1-29645; 319033; 391201; 147705; 400693 2077S3; -290485; 4G0004- nSSTS;' 450M.S' 23723; .10565; 44fiHi;,. 348837; 4>12751, 246400; 9316; 507485; 435243; 26S149; 238240;-'442580 ; 325...
BRITISH ELECTIONS Baldwin's Policy Defeated COMPLEX POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
BRITISH ELECTIONS Baldwin's Policy Defeated COMPLEX POSITION. ?'S> LONUOX, Dec. £».-Tfcn4vIug'H pri vate secretary was ca 1 IPiT^tp>: to own ing Street yesterday* Cabinet will meet on Tuesday. Developments now indicate either (lie formation of a |C.V»nservutive-'Lib eral »or a »Llbernl&lt;Labor coalition government, hut '.Mr. Lloyd George opposes the first, ami a large scetlon of the -Labor party the second. When Mr. Wnldwin deuMefl to go to the country the Conservatives had a majority of G6 over all the other parties in the Commons, but this total has now been replaced by u 'min ority of 7.> as against the combined Liberal and 'tabor totals. The total of tho voted enftt was 14,315.000. 'A remarkable feature is that total Conservative vote showed ah in crease of F»S,Q00, tho Liberal vote of 130,000. The additional tabor vote was o70,000. Six 'Ministers were defeated. They Ineliido tli'j 'Lord Ailvocato. Mr. Wil liam Watson, who iliil nut hold u seat in Parliament, a...
COME JO KOORAWATHA. GOOD ROADS AND BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
COME JO KOORAWATHA. - GOOD ROADS AND BOWLS. Not all the Shire Roads m'e in u bad state, i Talking of Koorawatha. Cr. Tout, at Saturday's meeting of the Burrannonj* Shire said that Coun eillors will be envious of the good | work being done in that locality, j "Soon it will be , one of the best roads in tlie district," he said. The Koorawatha Prowess Association asked for .Brave! for the footpath be tween the hotel and the billiard room, but'eo'uncillors were not sym pathetic, The Association invited one of the councillors to come nnn inspect it.' "Yen," go out thure for' your holidays, and have a game of bowls." said Cr. Crouch. -I'art of the work askfd for was left to* the discretion of the engin eer to carry out. The rest met with an unsympathetic "no action." '.! HOLIDAYS .^UNREASONABLE. s j The Association also re&lt;i»ested the C ouncil to apply for the proclama tion of holidays for Koorawatha on the 22nd and 21th December. "I thint; it is unreasonable," said Cr. Crouch,...
BROADCASTING DEMONSTRATION. YOUNG LISTENS IN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
BROADCASTING DE MONSTRATION. VOl'NG LISTENS IN. Last week Mr. Kellner, repre-- j sentative of the Kurgin Wireless Co. | sub up a four-valve wireless receiving set in bhe Strand Theatre, for the purpose of listening in on tjie broad ] casting service arranged through Farmers, Sydney. This was found insufficiently powerful and Mr. Mor ay* operator and mechanic, brought along a five-valve set. This was working well on Saturday night be tween 7.80 and- 8 o'clock, and sev eral people were enabled to get a first-hand experience of the'wonders of wireless. Although the atmos pheric conditions were against lis tening in, at times the voices and music could he heard very distinctly. On Sunday night the set was work ing perfectly, messages being pick ed up from ship and coast stations, but owing to no programme being broadcasted from Sydney,' several residents who had gathered at the theatre, by .invitation, were disap pointed. The Burgin Company is the first to demonstrate the advan tages of...
98 DEGREES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
98 Dt-GKEES.: . The mercury is rising-dau^ a,m a I .hoht v;,v* lias nmde it* Pus»n..-o Ait. °» ?}'e .' twwwwuiie ? whh ..»«».. . W to-day'sin»ximuni *. ®Vt!^ thfrmometei's'reRistorcd o\ ei £ >p century. The: guMon ev«r* may-Pi'ovft to be the forerun nor of a cool chance. . ;
After the Picnic. PTOMAINE FROM TINNED TONGUE. OVER CO PERSONS AFFECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
After the Picnic. PTOMAINE FROM TINNED TONGUE. OVER CO PERSONS AFFECTED. A'picnic party arranged by the Ro*/elle branch' of the Royal Order of Buffaloes at Iiano Cove yesterday, had a sensational termination. After having partaken of tea, at which tinned tongue was eaten, be tween 00 and 70 persons were seized with ptomaine liofconing. They were itil treated at fSalmain hospital* thir teen being admitted in a serious conj dition. One woman and a child are in a serious condition. IJATER-The majority of the picnickers who were poisoned yes terday were hotter to-day. Sever.! vill be well u.ou&lt;rh to leave the hosmtal sho.tly.
TO-DAY'S POLICE COURT. CASES OF DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923
TO-DAY'S POLICE COURT. CASES OF DRUNKENNESS. .. Three eases of drunkenness came before Mr. A. S. Wickham, J.P.. at the Young Police Court' this niorn inir. firnest Batkin pleaded guilty and was fined £1. in default seven days. Allan Sprint;, when called failed to appear and his bail was estreated. Ohas. Irvine pleaded not u'liiltv but oil'ered no evidence on liis own behalf. He was lined 10/ in default three days' gaol. INDECENT LANGUAGE. Xeil -Tames Lowe pleaded guilty l.o a ebarce of using indecent Inneimue in Lovell street, on Saturday last. He was fined 10/ in default three day sjraol.