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FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

.FORECAST. Warm to sultry with » tonileiu'V to showers and thunder, m. thn North-linst iiuartor; southerly wnms.

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

THE WEATHER. TK.MPICRATURKS. Saturday-Max. Sf>; mm. «>;>. Sunday-Mux. 1W; nun.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PATERSON'S CURSE SPREADING) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 10 December 1923

PATERSON'S CURSE SPREADING Paterson's Curse, a noxious weed, is said to be spreading. Mr. Don- ald McFarlane of Toompang, wrote to the Shire Council on the matter. The President, Cr. Crichton, at Sat- urday's meeting said he had seen it growing on the roads in various     parts, but had got owners of ad- joining land to destroy it. This was considered too haphazard a method and the President was auth- orised to engage men to destroy the   weeds on the roads.  

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poisoned Picnickers. FIVE MORE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

Poisoned Picnickers. FIVE MORE CASES. I' ive more tenia have been added to the list of those suffering from ptomaine poisoning aa a result of Sunday's picnic on the Lane Cove river. A number of those who were admitted to hospital on Sun day will be discharged to-day.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEVEN KILLED. Awful Turbine Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

SEVEN KILLED. Awful Turbine Explosion. A. message to-day from Perth states that advices from .Shanghai tell of a h'ug<? turbine ongine having exploded, killing seven men and injuring .15.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chemist and Nurse. Alleged Breach of Promise. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

Chemist and Nurse. I Alleged Breach of Promise. Before Chief Justice Cullen to-day Laura Dell Judges, professional nurse, sued William., Boden King, i chemist, for £1000, for alleged i breach of promise >of marriage. The I.parties came "from' Penrith where both are practising their profession; (Proceeding).

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. BALDWIN. Prolonged Interview With Leaders. WILL MEET PARLIAMENT. (Austra[?] Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

MR. BALDWINS prolonged Interview .With t) Leaders. ' WILL MEET PARLIAMENT., 1 . .'(Aiialnit Freas.) . UONLlON, Uuc. 10th.-air. Baldwin, I I'rlind -'.Ulrilaier, Iu«I h prolonged in terview with-1 lie (<mfl«rvnttve leiu(ers. 'rtio-generul opinion is that- he will liold on to office 'ill parliament meets, arid )f in: Is Uiun defeated lie. will recommend tli« Klnt,' to'send for !Mr. Illnnmny i.MiiclJoniild, loader of the U.ab-or I'ul'ty. TIm' Liberals agree tliut If LMivlMacDninilil is unwilling: to form u Ministry, .Mr. AHquitliwIll ho asked In do <«i or if>» might be given for another Bovernmont to curry on the finunciul and adminin lativi; IxiMliieHu of 111'1 country. (Reiner's.) l.CSDC'X,. Ifltli.-.Mr. Baldwin vlnlted tlic Kinp; in response to HIh Miijesty's summons. Air. IBaldwln has not resigned, anil Hitherto there ix no (mention of Ills resigning LONDON, Due. id.-Mr. Chure!i ill paid a lengthy visit to the Colon ial office. Arcylle and Inverness attain r...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THINGS IN GENERAL MORE SHEEP WANTEP.—INCREASED SETTLEMENT.— FODDER CONSERVATION.— BREAKING UP BIG ESTATES. —UNCERTAIN POLITICAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

THINGS IN GENERAL MORE SHEEP WANTEP.-IN CREASED SETTLEMENT. FODDER CONSERVATION. BREAKING UP BIG ESTATES . -LUNCERTAIN ' 'POLITICAL POLICY. (By !<» uccnaiomil linnililer.). &iiiiie years U|^T) 11 was HLIUWL that I the Into Thomas lUent, 'Premier of Victoria. ""ILL 'lie always took-Ills lint off to II row. It hull, pulled Victoria UnoiiBli LLW lanil boom crisis. It LA evident WE huvi! now to' look to the SHNPN to IL" thlK. With the agricul tural int.TI-itH K»inK >'aek In tho countrv; with fewer sheep thnii thirty years - ran anyone explain why Syilnev and suburbs ARE KOIIIR ahead !IK tlioV ARE! 'I'lie riirul popujaton la ilei reasiai:. anil the city liierean INN liv LEAPS anil liouuils; anil far fewer new residents are iirrlrhiK from overseas ihiin twenty years HKU. Tills cannot ruiilinue-there must bo A smash SUNIE'R or later. INCREASED SETTLEMENT. Increased closer .seiuemeui i* uur only hope. While-making provision for oversea sealers wo iijuhI do Jus tice to ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

Christmas Gift Goods AT THE Men's Store A man can't tell you, just" .what he would like; probably he doesn't know; but the chances are that Inside of two Weeks after Christmas he'll be coming In to-*buy < some thing he wants that you could have given him for a" Christ, mas Box. . The Men's Shop is showing't line lot ol Ollt Goods, sneli as Shirts ot. Fuji, Fuji do iLnxe. Fine Zephyr and Toll raico; Ties of Silk, in Knitted and aiubber-Ilned, also Bats WIdk !BOWS; iCnshmere Socks In all the favored shades and smartly embroidored; Bond's Sylk< Arto Socks in several shades; Handkerchiefs of Linen, ILawn and Silk; smart looking pyjamas of Cropo and Jlepp; Sock Suspenders, In daBla Shaving Cream, Braces, Sleeve Links,-Suit Cases and Travelling Hugs. A splen did lot of Now Huts in Greys ami other shades hns just ur rived, and everything is ready 1 or the Christmas' shopping. Tbe tendency to purchase useful articles is increasing every year, and you'll appre ciate the...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RAILWAYS. TRANSFERS AND PROMOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

THE RAILWAYS TRANSFERS ANb PROMOTIONS. The following promotions etc. are : announced in tfa^iGoulbiirn railway! district:- ! | Mr. E. J. Kcmlrick. X.O., Biuy- ' ney, has been appointed to a simil- ! nr position at Moss Vale. j .Air. V. F. Kyan has been ap- j pointed shunter at Harden. I Porter M. N. ijrackender, Harden, j has exchanged position* with porter ! t\ F. Flynn, of CJalong. \ Porter C. Wither. Goulburn stut- j ion. has been appointed Tth Class i Signalman Denio.ndrille Junction. ( He will he succeeded by Porter W. ! !>. Stuart, of Young, and junior! porter, A. G. H. Robertson, of I Blayncy, will succeed Porter Stu- I art. ! Porter' \V. B. fBard, of Hornsby I has been appointed to Goulburn, j vice Mr. Glanvilkviappointed shunter j Goulburn. { Porter II. R. P. Fleeton, of liar-j den has been appointed adult shun- - ter Harden, and V . M. Keefe ban [ been transferred from the Tramway ; Department, Sydnpy, to porter, at i Harden. ; j Leading; Porter.'*) A. Glena, of Bombala...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Murder of Dunham. Accused Remanded. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

Murder of Dunham. Accused Remanded. Bobci't Cainenu;. ?'>'2. at the Cen tral Police IL'OIMT. today was reman ded for eiirht days on a charite of murderintr Ernest Dunham, of York street, yesterday. Bail was not mentioned. A sensational tragedy occurred ill York-street, City, near .Hetty's Hotel, at fine o'clock yesterday, when Krni'st Dunham. -S, an engineer, was shot in the stomach. . He died instantly. Superintendent IHrack and Inspector Turbet wlnessed the shooting, and immediately seized lllobert iC'iimeron, :;0, an engineer,. with tiie revolver in his hand, ami held him till five other detectives arrived in a patrol waggon. Annie Puckeridge,' about 2-7,: Wi.s with Dunham when the tra gedy 01 viiiTed, and she was aj»c> taken to police . headquarters, where the story of the eternal 'triangle was told once more. It appears that iPueker idfre formerly I vert with Cameron, l»)!t ho beat her miniercifuliy and s|io left him arid went to live with 'Dunham lit Surry Hills. Yesterd...

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 — 11 December 1923

j TO-DAY'S NEWS !l\l BH!EF. ! A hear wave Is lifting oxiMtrifiicoii , oM'i* the greater part. of X.S.W' ' Cilpin was p*ci.ci.'ii i I.onl Mayor of Sydney yesterday. t .. JJP' '*. 1.SU1K, handlcapper to Hie j \.JLL. lor muy diuil y<'sirv,>iiy, | SIil Mowers. ope linie of Vouiis. under a motor cur :nni , The Louis divorce petition was 'lis j missed yesterday. respondent to pav . '-osts. A commercial traveller nairnM p Samson fell under a train at Toots,, nundra yesterday ami was killed. A young man, whilst pitching hay "*ar Marenyo yesterday, was biw.-u on (Im Jeg by a snake. After inm. '"fit tli** patient recovered Mil*. Mack, of .luglong, was admit-< .??d to the Oundagai hospital suihr- ! ing from stryciinmo poison, nut <' prompt attention saved lmr lilV. j , <»«ageiuent Is announced of I : AI ins (Jracie l.avors, of the J. r. \\\\.1 Hamsun, i.til., f»mi>ai)y, at preswit < j acting in a popular role In "Sally.* i _ 'I he «!...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUND HANGING. Wife's Tragic Discovery. UNDER THE GRAPE VINES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

FOUND HANGING. Wife's Tragic Discovery. UNDER THE GRAPE VINES. William Turk, a well known store keeper. at Wimrhuni,. was out walk ing with his wife, on Sunday night. Before going to bed he went down the yard and as he did not return, I his wife went to look for him and found him hanging lifeless under : aoi^e- grape vines.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

» IN MEMORIAM. BliATYBll.-I" loviiw memory or Janips Wllllmn. Iliu beloved liHH bun (I <.:' Uliz" Slut.ver. who passed away lit'' December, To*dnv nulls siul. memories. i Of a loved oni' R.me to rvm. j -*1 itHCt'tod by Ms loving wift* unu j children.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No-Water Board Again Summer Water Restrictions in Force. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

I No-Water Board Again j * Summer Water Restrictions in Force. The Sydney Water Board to-day reimposud the restrictions on fixed hoses and sprinklers. The city looks like having serious trouble with the water supply this summer. Al ready some parts of the metropolis are almost "without water.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. WALLENDBEEN BUSH FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

CURRENT NEWS, j WALLENDBEEN BUSH FIRE BRIGADE. This brigade is to meet next Sat urday nijrht; and, as there is mui-li crass ami late crops, it behoves men to roll UP. and Ket ready for any emergency.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Return to Single Electorates. Nationalists and Labor May Oppose Progressives. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

Return to Single Electorates. Nationalists and Labor May i Oppose Progressives. j An important meeting of the t Council of the Nationalist Associa-- j lion last night decided, by a suhstan ? tial majority, to request the Gov-{ crnment to introduce legislation to s secure return to single electorates, j It is contended that <» majority in, > the Asxemblj favors the abolition ol J proportional representation and that \ the Government could easily make 1 arrangements with the Opposition to put the measure through, despite the . Progressives hostility, and then ap- j peal to the country.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADVENTURE WITH A SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

ADVENTURE WITH A SNAKE. Erie Dunle.v of Marengo, was pit- ' trhiror sheave? whilst haymaking yes- ! terday when a snake went up in a ; sheaf, after striking liiin on the lctf. i After treatment the patient suffered | 110 ill effects. The snake was killcul. . At the police court this morning, . John Hunynnl. 27, was lined £1 with ! the alternative of 7 days, for drunk- ' enness. I At the Wireless and Klectrical Ex- ( hi bit ion. held by the Wireless Insti- | tuto of Australia, anil which was: opened last week by the Actinjr l'rime Minister of Australia (the Hon. Karl C. ti. Pace) the New Sys tem Telephones I'ty. l.td. were awar ded first place for their Wireless and Klectrieal Kxhibit. Amalgamated Wireless (Aust.) I.td. were second. David Jones l.td. third and Karmer and Co. Ltd.. fourth. \V. F. Gilbert is tbe airent for "0. apd K." valve at Young.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG TO HAVE A WIRELESS CONCERT. BROADCASTING SUCCESSFULLY RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

YOUNG TO HAVE A WIRE LESS CONCERT. [ BROADCASTING SUCCESSFULLY ! RECEIVED. The representative of the Burgin I Klectric Coy., Mr. O. 0. K oil nor j and his assistant Mr. (J. Morris were again successful Inst night in j obtaining the Hourdcusting Contort . transmitted !>y Sydney l»roadcast erR Ltd. The static or in other words, the electrical disturbance.* in J the atjuosphere wore very severe la*t ; night, but nevertheless the music und vocal productions were clear | and concise. Static iy only preval ent in the very hot weather and will j be entirely overcome. *'i soon as the transmitting stations begin operating on their high power. So far the < concerts heard have only been for j testing purposes before increasing the power of all transmitting «ta | tions. Mr. Kellner is residing at : the Empire Motel where he would i be pleased to supply any mfornm j tion interested persons in con I neetion with the instalment of a Broadcasting set. He is also will ; ing to answer a...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

The Hustlers SALE Bight wuft a merry swing went our Introductory Sale, which made prices pale. Qn Saturday we had the hea-' viost day's business of the year-and the volume of business dpne far exceeded our expectations. BARGAINS IN BOYS' WEAR. INFANTS' AlJl. WOOL RING .MOTS, short slews, fur small hoys-1/4 each. HOYS" .COTTON SINfll.KTS. In summer weight-1/4 imil 1/fl each. TAN COTTON » IIOSH, In me (Hum mill hi!Re sixes, gimil HnK IIhIi make. with double tops - 1/f. per pair. HOYS' COTS >VO 1.1) COATS which have yoke, strap ami vent hack, all sizes-4/11 each. A largo variety of BOYS' SUITS in many styles, In Light mill .Meilium Dark similes; to, tit boys -j to (J years of aKfi 4/11 & 5/11 Suit. 4/11 & 5/11 THE SUIT.' HOYS' COTSIWQLD SUITS' in much variety; .Coats have yoke* strap and vent lmck, or may IK; had without vent; to fit hoys W to ir. years-7/0 Suit. YOUTHS' SPORT SUITS-32/6. , yolITIlS' K.AWN WOOi, TWBKIJ SPOUT SUITS, which are right lip to the minute -...

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