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SID BOWERS KILLED Victim of Motor Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

SID BOWERS KILLED Victim of Motor Accident. A telegram locliy from Tan>#» rays' ilial .Mr. Sid Bowers. on» timo i employed m (LaxenV parauo. Yoimjr.' vas the vf«:t!(n, of a motor accident! t;n Saturday nvenlnpr. li*. wjjn driv- r I:ik :. chi* from Cobperannl;. when tlm i front m i.< el collapsed :n .1 iliarp Mini. ! Titi; car overturned. and WJIS pint:-1 od Lvneulh. and . ye.ry badly crushed tin: head and clu si. Tin- im- i fortunate voting niuit di. ii on admis-1 ricii t-.. tlie m Tar«*<». It'llv- . ii:s k whe and two children. TI10 i other (.K'liimnts <jf tin* i ;u-. n man I t-amod Phillips, And a child, worn I thrown clour.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNDER A TRAIN. Fatality at Cootamundra. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

UNDER A TRAIN. Fatality at Cootainundra. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER KILLED. I A tragedy occurred at the Coota | miindra railway station yesterday »f- j l ternodn, when a commercial travel ler named U. F. iSaiuson, representing .William Atldns, (Ltd., iron and steel merchants, or Kent street, Sydney. ,wns k.Uled. .De<;ea§ed arrived at X^otaniundra In the ''?paper" train from Sydney. He alighted rrom the train, bnt left his overcoat in the carriage. He went hack to get it. The train was then moving, ami Samson overbalanced and fell under the I rain, two wheels passing over his chest before it was pulled up. .Me was practically cut in two. Sam-, son was a married man and resided at Forest Lodge. An Inquest was j. opened and adjourned .till Friday.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRINK BILL. £5/1/9 Per Head. AN INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

! DRINK BILL. £5/1 /9 Per Head. AN INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR The St:iU' I>rink Hill. arioniiiif: to tho N.S.W. StaU* SUitistiviau. uver ajrc<l A'") I* !'<! per UiV I/'---5 compavi'd with -."> ,k - f°)' ',rc" vious year, ami l'« 11 m MM. | The total ilrink bill last year am ounted to flKOr. |,0(in showing an . mcrunnt* of L'.'JSJi.OOO over the prey I jous year. Tin* inerease is .stated to be <Iur almost entirely to tlit* i jrreatcr consumption of spirits ami | wines.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOLEN DIAMONDS. Police Make an Arrest. £500 WORTH RECOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

STOLEN DIAMONDS. Police Make an Arrest. £500 WORTH RECOVERED. ss* 1 A month ajro diamonds worth.j £250 were stolen from an hotel at WolionKong. Several similar rob- | beries have occurred since from Syd- , ncy hotels. Detectives yesterday ? arrested an immaculately dressed man in University Park with the ] result that jewels valued at *500 jndmlinir all those stolen from Wol-. : lonyoinj were recovered. It. is ex i peeled thut a further lot will soon I lie recovered. Nine charges have ! been made airainst the defendant, . hut it is expected that this number .will be invreased to 20 when m | ventilations have been completed.

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

SECRETS OF STATE. « BY 1' . WILLIAM LE QUEUX, Author of "The Invasion of EnK Innd," "Fatal Pincers," Sic. His appearance, however, was tho | reverse of prepossessing, and nis I movements were often most erratic. I About his aquiline face was a I shrewd and distrustful expression, I while his keen dark eyes, too nar- I nowly set, were curiously shifty and I searching. When absent, as he oft- I en was, a young fellow named I Shipley acted as locuin tenens, but I so eccentric was he that even Ship- J ley knew nothing of the engage- I ments which took him.from home so I frequently. ' I George Weirmnrsh was a man of I few friends and fewer words. He , lived for himself alone, devoting him 1 self assiduously tt» his practice and doing much painstaking writing. at the table wherea he now sat. or else when absent travelling swiftly with aims that were ever mysterious. He had had a dozen or so pat ients that evening, but the last had gone» and he had settled himself to read the letter which ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

TO-DAY'S PIG MARKET; , Twenty-five hundred pigs were pen ne<I at to-day's Sydney sales.. Com petition was generally maintained. Values for prime sorts were at times -higher. Winchcombe Carson' quote -JJaekfatters (52s to 240/; bat-oners 70/ to 120/. Porkers 15s to GBs per head.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

TO I .Y'S PRODUCE MARKETS. : Chatf. wheaten Gs.to ?s; oaten 7/6 to 8/ti; lucerne lis.to 12s Gd. Hay: Lucerne, small bales, 10a to 12s Gel; large Us to los; oaten 9s Gd to 10/G. . Airs.. 0. Kaby, of Young under

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

-OVERSEA WHEAT POSITION. ' l.indlev Walker Coop, meat toy s KpecidI v.'iieat report:-Our lUmdon truble yesterday reads: ' Xew Austra lian wheat value 44/?!',; demand slow; market. expecting heavy arrivals,'and Impressed by largeness ol' the remain ing Canadian supply: Argentine wen tiler cold and late crops susceptible to- frost damage." Last week 'Argentine reported gen eral rains, and they appear to be m-tting weather from which there is always a dangeriOf frost damage. The International markets have been ex pecting lieavv arrival* for some con siderable time, but the exporting countries do not seem disposed to Xircss sales at present prices. It must J>e remembered that -it '.this itilmo last. >oar v.j.-M'.'i prieih were In '.ho region of .:.!>.- l»-r quarter, anil »t one period they advanced to ».'!/- per (|ttar lef. . j .

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

mTOill) KUR COiAllDBACK TO At the opening of the December series of wool sales- yesterday, there was a ttiiirJtecl, improvement for all grades. greasy merino sold to tti>yd and comebacks to the record price of Sod per lb. .. ..DISTRICT' WOOL ULfPS 'Local clips were .sold at Sydney sales yesterday an follows; WTO over Moonbucea. 8 bales 'AAA w at oi'd., 12 bales AAA w at tf2&d., 7 hales 1st cbm w.at 32&ri., 8 bales AA \v at "2,?d.». ID' bales AA w at Slid.. 7 bales 2nd com w at 80£d., 1/7 bales A w at 82d., ti-bales A'fle-w at ;{0M., r, bales A flc w at 'iVU.r S bale-? til tic w at ulijd., 20 bales bkn w s»t :-}9J,d.. 0 bales, bkn w at iiCid., U bales 1st pes w at :27}d.. 29 bales 1st P«h w at 2Sld.. o bales 1st pes w at 23d.. 2-1 bales 2nd pes. w at lSd., 11 bales bels w at 19d., i) bales 1K» to at i:id. PS over .Young, 6 bales 1st com w at ;50d.. 7 bales 2nd com w at *37.Id.,. 8 bales pes w at 2G',d. HurrantfonK, 13 bales AAA chw at 32Jd.; 7 bales AA w at 31£d.,'...

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

.\XOTHKU HOT DAY. To-ihij was again extremely hot. { The thermometer at the Younjr Post j Otike recorded a maximum of 1*7 i degrees. i FOUKl'AST. ; Generally warm to hot and sultry j with further showers and thunder } about the Central Tablelands and i clones and isolated placca inland;; vuriaMc* winds; chiefly south-east to j north-cast.

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

THE WEATHER. Hot wiiuliiir in now bei.^i; expm ?>ncvd. l.:ist iilwlit \va.s i.'ic innsr. upprt" <ivi' I Ills KUiiimiM'. TEMPERATURES. Mil*. Mill. lit).

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

COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. . Wheat 4/. Flour £11. uiran £7/5/. Pollard £7/5/-. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Court House for High School. MINISTER FOR JUSTICE MAY VISIT YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

Court House for High School.! MINISTER FOR JUSTICE MAY VISIT YOUNG. Interviewed to-day the Town Clerk. .Mr. G. E. Spark, stated that acknowledgments had been received from the Minister.* for Education and Justice to the tclesraphic mes sages conveying the wishes oC the . public meetinjr held last week, con cerning: the utilisation of the Court House building as a Secondary Hijrh School. Efforts are beinj: made to got Mr. T.ey to visit Younjc in the . near future, and Mr. Spark stutes that it is hiahly probable that he will accept the invitation.

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

'IT11BUI. v. ISKIHUAREB. 1 I he local team entertained Bnb baree O. C. hero yesterday and de feated them by nine ruiu. The sun was very bright, the lieat and grass .seeds very tryinir. The lat ter necessitating the removal of socks. It was a good game from every standpoint and all enjoyed themselves. Enbbaree won the toss and sent Tubbui in to bat. Tim West and (i. Shoard were the open ing batsmen to the bowlirg of \V. ; Shnriork and W. MeKean. Shar- j rock had seven men behind the wic- ' ket to commence. OH* the firs I i three balls no runs resulted, but I off the fourth bail Tim, West drove him to the boundary for 4. No more runs, resulting from the over. MeKean tools up the bowling* the road end and off his fourth ball, Shoard snicked it into slips and was taken by Sharroek. Tom West was the next man in. and off McKeon's sixth ball, Tom West snicked it to .slips, and Sharroek again took the ball. Oil' the sixth ball of Shar-' rock's second over, Tim West was out being caught by C...

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

OKNHIiAI.. I*»i»jrif- last week. Mr. J. McFar lai.c Jot'L by tr*:tin for his homo at Moj.h Vale. '*;i Friday lasi. Mr. P. Knight lor. by train for Sydney for burin VM MJrno.ses. 'I ;ia aKreeincnt reached on Sun-' tiitv. Urt<* JJertrMiU. j. IU2U, and pub li-K'd iit the "Witness" of «lth Do-' cumber, 102:5. by the local Cricket that they would cea*e playing <!»iilrs.'. the i» ?>iutr" reason, h;o" iU,W been royei>ed and it is intended ;h;.«' plav .shall cintinuu throughout 1-n; Mason. Tin? picture ri:o\v at Tubbul on Friday proved very enjoyable, but was n.ther poorly attended..

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUBBUL. IDEAL HARVEST WEATHER.— GREAT CROPS.—BULK HANDLING. — GENERAL NEWS. — CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

TIIBRDL. i IDEAL HARVEST WEATHER. GREAT CROPS.-BULK HAND LING. - GENERAL NEWS. - CRICKET. (From our Correspondent). The weather prevailing now i.s ideal for this operations buinjr carried on by farmer*. The crops are fully matured and have filled in some, instance-; beyond all expecta tions-1-the early .stripping show.s it to be an exceptionally bright, heavy Mimple. The average throughout this district should be quite up to the 'e.YnectalioiJ.s of the "Towers if not more.so. Mr. G. A. O'llehir brought a beautiful sample of Fair bank in on Saturday and it appear ed that if pul over the chrondromet or it would have weighed about li-l or Oolbs to th<- bushel. Mr. T. Ki.-her at Wirrip made a .start with lhe "header" on Fri day last, and is stripping a very good and fully matured sample of Can berra which .should weijrh consider ably over Ulll'S to the bushel. He fore the end of the* week a 'buy//.* should b»- heard from almost every paddock and with the advent of bulk han/Jl...

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

KJERSQNAt, went an! ootvaliuir in 'tliLv; buoreit Heart.Hospital .this murninif, the com plaint' beihe appendicitis. The-pa tient is making satisfactory procress.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENDICK MURRELL. ILLNESS.—PERSONAL.—LABOR LEAGUE.—GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

BENDICK MURRELL. I L'LN ESS.-PERSONA L.-L A'BO R LEAGUE.-GENERAL-- NEWS. (From our Correspondent. 1 As a result or tho aftermath ot measles, IMiss 'Connie,Xiawe, (laughter of Mr. arid IMrs. J."IH. iDawe, and Joo the two year oldson-of Mr. and Mrs. W. Neal, are in, hospital at Young. Mr. Prank; Oawre /was* liui'riediy con veyed to Young i on Saturday for medi cal attention, sufTerihg.from acuto ap l>endfc-Itis. It was deemed necessary to .operate the same afternoon. CNIr. W. Bush . is ;iIbo . in hospital under going'treatment for his eyes. PERSONAL.. . ?Alss Saruh Ryan, of iCingslaud,'ac companied 1 by IMiss IPorter, of Syd ney, have Just returned; after an ex tended holiday Jn Melbourne, Tas mania and.Sydney. S A recent issue of the "Daily Guar dian" - contained the photo ot IMiss i llorrio Gillatt, of 'IRosemount," (Bon dick Murrell (photo. No.-0U1), as a competitor,in the £1000 niostboautl i: fyl . surfing-girl" competition; . "Guar i man'' subscribers, generally;- by vol i: In...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALL CAINE'S NEW BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923

Iiil^LL eXlNE^^BW i f .£££ ? ?Ai. the plot .of Hall: Caine'g story "Tl)e; Womrin af -Knockaloo". (Cas soJUiiid Co. I.oncjbii) is'the }ov'e pffairof ,Alone-Cpi^e,"daughter of a fariper in'the:Is)e of. Man.-.ivith !*i); intor^ieq Geripan,' Qpiifiri'Hcirio-. |)!;ogeodinp ithrou(»)i the' war years, Hnd'eriijinE in tlje suicide of thp |ov (ira-qftpB the arfiiistice; it is the jClci<r,iUIl(ici|)9tion,o[.'the'publiaherfi^ 1%; | appD»r»We J of. the, stop/ may, 'hui'm the novelist's' reputation'. '.'jJLucbrflinjcfly- -tlio" talc la embpdiiec}' in', 'matter relating toHalljCaing's gar-' vices VdiivinK itbe/.-vynr '} period, ancl elaborate 'explanations Ay- /Newman. Flower of his rbsnpnBjbi|ity for pub liqtjfioh and by ^.hti noveliat that.'the idea- rc«<i|icO li)in 'thv'6ijj?li"a' lU'caih. Tilt i;espltiiVBtion8!.:t«niierij t|iu, rout er iliH'.p'"Thp-novcKlavto> be judtfed ttolely. as a. story. '. . . " ' ' "l ' '

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

B Let us help you select your s XMAS PRESENT Here are a few Suouestions; ' _ (JhASS IWIATliit SKTS- lifiV K«1 T/G ?S.VI-vVIJ 315'J'S (.English) from-pur std 10/0 AWTEKXOON 'PICA SETS ( f-.litill.sli) .. jier nut :i2/(i VlJOOlvS-Solid Oak Krnin t's oach »«/. .l.VKDI.N'HiliKS 1'mii-:!/» Also l-nrgi; Stocks of AI.UMIXU'.M WAKE In TIOAI'OTS, IvHT'PUMS. KAUIOMl'AX.-i, <. <<? .fAlRVBKS from-nnlr IWRVKKS IX CASE S«;t 21/. ORDER YOUR SCHWEPPES CORDIALS NOW! . W. T. CHANT & Co. HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. I'llONK 2fi. YOUNG. THE GOLDEN GRAIN I have pleasure in announcing that I have been appointed Receiving- Agent for Wheat by the old-established firm of SHEPHERD HARVEY & CO., of Sydney-at , f YOUNG KINGSVALE, " MIRRABOOKA, BENDICK MURRELL MONTEAGLE, CROWTHER. Wheat purchased for prompt cash on delivery, or taken on storage with lib oral advanced. Highest Prices! THOMAS REYNOLDS MAIN STREET, YOUNG. - BOORD'S - DRY GIN London's Highest Qualit...

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