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CURRENT NEWS. PARENTS AND CITIZENS' SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

CURRENT NEWS. PARENTS AND CITIZENS' SOCIAL. At last nieht's meeting of the Youne Parents and Citizens Assoc iation, it was decided that the pro posed social and euchre party in nia of the funds be held on the eveninfi of 21st inst . .All details i.; connec tion with the function have been sat isfactorily arranged, so that patrons mav relv on spendiiiK an enjoyable cveninr Tl!ey will, at the same time be heldinc a Roud cause.

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

ADENOTqS AND .TPfilSlLS I There has been a sofjd deal of dis cussion lately, proypkcij by' several fatal (ennlriatioiiH of operatfofis, oh tliq subject of adenoids and ? tonsils, ami nioio especially the former, and a lot of us are .wondering why'adpnolds (rouble is so much more "iirevulpnt | than, it wseil to bo, a))d. wl)e'tl<q'r fill I these operations ai'e absolutely jieces sary. (.4 dlstrpssftie pase iu which I lie . \yas. conc'ofhe'il' jirofessionitlly left my husband with some knowledge of the subject, a y|,yid .((ppreclH'tlqu' of the l'jsk'of the operation, and <a fixed determination that it should, not bo performed on either of our. q.wn chil dren Despite medical advice. It has not (wen. I. don't .fcpq\v;>vllot!\pr, my experience may' be of use, to others, hut here 41 is, 'flivory inorniiig for three y'ei>rs the two chlldrpii were 'brought to' niy, .beifroom'. before tlioy ? were dressed, niid, winter au'il' sum mer,; standing in front of- tlia o...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOPPING AT YOUNG UNDER DIFFICULTIES. Gates on Roads to Young from Greenethorpe. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

SHOPPING AT YOUNG UNDER DIFFICULTIES. jSajies on Roads to .Youngr from Greenethorpe., .' We had heard that the town of .Young was a fine town to do shopp ing in, so we started off at 2 p.m., four In the car (not a Lizzie), and arrived at the prosperous town of Young at 4.10 p.m. We expected arrive at 3.30 at the very latest. But as we had to open ten gates, and had to trawl slowly owing to thousands of pot-h'olesi our average wis about 12 miles per hour. We managed to do a little shopping be fore. thS >hoff». closed, and It took us 2J hours to go home. Next day we weht to Grenfetl(17 miles) in 45mlnutes-novates to open and a de cent, cud. My wife remarked, as we were going along smoothly at 25 miles per hour: "We may save a trifle in prices at Young, but Gren fell will do us until they get the gates off and the roads In decent repair." Wftke up. Young, and shake your Shire Councillors up put of their rfreami. For there Isn't anything like bad roads and gates to open to keen the p...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG COURT HOUSE. Conversion to High School. PUBLIC MEETING TO BE CONVENED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

' COURT HOUSE. Conversion to riigh School. PUBLIC MEETING TO BE CON VENED. A' monthly.meotinB of.tho Parent, "and Citizen.' Ai.ociatibn l*ft n!*ht it v»» decided to requeit ft! Mayor'(Aid. A. J. P»bb«!t») to convent "k public. meeting purpose of urging upon tne auth orities the necessity of finRhiing the' matter of. jaakfaff. the Young Court-house available for use at a Hl£h School. During the discussion that .p'reced cd. the motion, the . Mayor expressed the opinion, that a meeting should be called to deal with the matter, and. he trusted that such a meeting would bo largely attended. . It appeared that there was a certain amount of opposition in the town to the proposal by people interested in the retention of the Courfc-houso by the Justice Department for its . present purposes. However,he be lieved that «not only would they set the .Court IIousc for a school as de sired by the /Assq'pisatlpn; -but tfiqt ' they would 'plsp.'eyefltu^ly. nave- the gaol premise's At'-their1 disposal...

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

HORSE CHEERS. By the way,-1 notice ; one wutex referred, .tp.BitnlH a?,be\pg, « well-trained, .pugilist .in ]jrMM»R^pn for a hie fight.".PgrtaM,- then, to may 16i)k :for Ta ,description of the race in .^s-lltethcse^- . . K.O. fPR,,MPBY, .Riy.QW-, Yesterday 1>efoire :a crowd of 12b, 000 snectators,. Bashing- Bi'alli han ded the .K.Q. to ;Rippy R'vqli, the best oCtV"Syflhqy:4ie»vfcs., Bitulli with hi? svperiQj^nniWntme. I held the,"advantage ftoip,.#« -n®}1 conff, anjV hpd ltfie' ishin-i the affair -fa% VtfSlH!®?? lorefleK; jjib'.., ; Bi{a|ii. W. WL-fljp knowledsed to .be: Q.u.F KWPMq&Kl , Wciirht: theve is no one-to say* hint neigh. -A.C.K. . - UoIcKutea from Grcilfoll nncl Horr bos ''tiambui' of Commotce Will wcct at Oomu/ofi Saftirday;.\oxt ;din-. cuss the'oxto%io(i.:Qt. i'«i)Y#y ffPWi Grcnfoll t6?S(d^inb|np>i: l'np- ; : .It was'(/ocidelift'laat night's meet iriff of the Parents and; Citizens As sociation to Holt} a pubjic ^ueetitigf in connection iWitfr-fcTiei propos...

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

.) Buying and Selling on the Fundamental Prin ciple of Fair Dealing accounts for the Pro gress of Chellew Trompf & Co. SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE lAT THE STORE P.OB MEN AND BOYS. At the Door of the Post Office. NOTE THESE VALUES: "PINWIRE," THE IDEAL WORK TROUSERS. These Trousers are built from an exceptionally durable mater lal;'IDark* Grey with strlpon, gooi summer weight, reinforc ed at points of strain, taped seams, strong pockets. Try a pair. ' The price la 12/11. "TRIUMPH" WORK SHIRTS. Each One Guaranteed. Men like them for their com fort and sterling worth, anil , tbo woman of tha Jiomo for tlio .. service .they. ,givo. Wo" stand bohliid £vq»y Shirt sold. Navy ' Drill, Harvards, (Black and Groy - Twill. Prices: 5/11. 7/11. 8/11 and 9/6. Coif Shirts, with or without Collars' to match, 8M,-f/S, W/C. ; %lib excellent supvlles ot Soft Collars ill "VVliito and Striped _ at 1/- and 1/6. SPITS . YOU'D SWEAR "WERE TflLORED TO MEASURE, 72/6 One.' line in pdrtlcului'-a Qua lity Grey ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY v CITY. Dress Materials and Prices. CHEAPER. AT YOUNG THAN IN SYDNEY. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 7 November 1923

COUNTRY v CITY: Dress Materials and Prices. CHEAPER. AT. YOUNG THAN IN SYDNEY. . (To the Editor) Sir.-In a great nuiuy ..country* tQijyns;.. Including .Young,. tl^ere .; are numbers ot. people " wjio.'lubpr' under the .delusion that by .BeiuJingUo Syd ney lor' their requirements -they .can ?Set .a! better^ deal-in other words, cheaper goods;than by buying sumo locally. Some time ago ?if was point ed oilt In .the "Witness" that such' people were thereby injuring not only lo.cal tradesmen and the '.progress vi the'.town, but were also penalising themselves. A concrete instance in support ot this contention cams un der iiiy notice a few days ago." last wqefc 'a local lady purcliase'd 'ii quiin^ tity of children's dress material i'roni a ' dj-apery house in Burrowa street. IOi) t|ie same day she sent samples ot: two qualities o£ the locally-plir chcsefl material to a Sydney ask ing quotations for same. ,. A^:reply, chjjie.'.to hand three days later'stat ing. t|iiit they (the Sydney drap...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALKING TO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

WALKING TO LONDON. To n.'iich I.iiuilun bofpi'P Lite Kinpii't! (Exhibition «|ii8pa iiV..April, IS'-'a. is ?I|ie a|m of tliruo yoittlib wlip Jlpffnn a walking toui* frnni tlio Melbourne 'Bun" olllpe tin Auciist .H. Two' of lliein-Hoftoi't.Brown Wl'l Kliipurl 'Howar<J-reached Sydney-, ut noon on ' .'Tho third mem:, bor'ot tlio tr|o, Pbrcy.MuuKbnn (w||0 IUikhu'iI throut)|i VuupS). I»- 1,1 .5'^,," tbolrs. (Mcocuttne Blgp; writing, In,7 iilanoH ,At qionrowin Uioy.l'MM ci Ni.'il Kelly's «>l'l luiniuHtwii . -and m»l 1)1»: brother, .'Mr.. Jnnieft Kqlly. , ' Tbo.v loav.u for Cairns (Qo towards the oiid of .tlijo ycok. ^

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IRONWORKERS RESUME WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

IRONWORKERS RESUME WORK. ilJ'itl'SiBANE. This Bay.-The iron workers on Hti'iko huve : decided,. by 62S to 300, to return to work on nre-Btrlke conditions, leaving the settlement to the Arblirntlpn Court.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUGAR MILL IDLE. FARMERS AS VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

SUGAR -MILL IDLE. FARMERS AS VOLUNTEERS. UlUSlHANn?, Tills Day.-The Mil grave mill. North Queensland. lmving beau thrown idle by « strike, which Ihe A.VV.U. electoral in the sugar in tustry, the Gordon Vale district farm ers held a meeting, and decided to man the mill themselves. ' It was the largest farmers' meeting known -lit the district.. Over a hundred were lireseiit.;

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STEAMER AFIRE. NO FURTHER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

STEAMER AFIRE. NO FURTHER NEWS. 1SYIDN14Y, This . Day.-No furtUer news was received to 23.30 to-day regarding the steamer Koranna, which was reported yesterday as racing back 10 Albany with her bunkers on flro .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRIVING ACCIDENT. SEAT TORN FROM SULKY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

DRIVING ACCIDENT. SEAT TORN FROM SULKY. >H. Wash, a drover, was thrown out of a sulky near t'Lie intersection of iHurrbwu. and .Main streets late yes terday afternoon, and sustained in juries to his shoulder aiul several abrasions on I lie head. It appears that an extra horse of the outfit was being led behind the sulky, the halt er being- fiiHleued to the back of the seat o/ the vehicle. Suddenly the animal '-became friglrtend. and in shy ing,. went on the opposite side of a post ro that on which the sulky was travelling. The seat was complete ly torn out of tiie vehicle, also throw ing the driver with considerable vio lence to the ground, with the above mentioned results. The runaway horse was promptly captured.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE STRIKE. Situation Improved, Says Premier Lawson. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

POLICE STRIKE. Situation Improved, Says ' 'Premier Lawson." * MELBOURNE, Thin Uny.-A pro minent member of the Trades Hrill Inst nfcHt expressed the opinion that unless the polite came in uctual con flict with the* .special constables there would, not be any serious extension of the trouble. The only body of unionists who have tuken uction .so J*«r are the Tramway union, who de cided to adhere to strike for better regulations. MKLBOUftNK. This Day.- The Premier, Mr, Lavvson, states that tht situation is much improved and is now well in hand. A large number of strikers, he says, are indirectly asking to be reinstated. The Premier introduced in the As sembly the Public Safety Hill* which in a comprehensive measuie giving Government wide powers and provid ing Cor drastic penalties for offences against public order. Laborites op pose dthe Bill as unnecessary. They are* placing the responsibility for the strike on the (fovcrnnicnt. The Executive <>l the alnllwnymvn'H Union l...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENDICK MURRELL. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

ICK MURRELL. (Fronii'our Corresponded-J PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. Till! iiKUiil meeting of lh< above was held on 'Monday nighi, the chief object of \vhlch was Jo CIIhuuhb (tie building of a Memorial Then> wore present Mr. S. iJlenley (chair), I 'Messrs W. Ncrtl, K James, J. Dawe, I . G. Pewcud, H.- 'Phillips, I'. Draddnn, , R Sutherland, G. Jennings. K. Karns- i worth,.A. C, McLean, and the set:re-1 tary, Mr. S. Allan. A letter waf received from JMr. 71. Main, i.M.L.A., intimating that in due course the title i governing the blocks on the Uendfek ] IMuri'ell Soldier Settlement would be; declared. V A further letter stated that the recently surveyed suburban blocks would be .soon made available . for purchase. The next mutter dis I cussed was i concerning the building ,i of a memorial hall. '.Messrs C5. Pes i etid ami H; fbtllipH. representing the ' s"oldier .sottliniont, were present. A!'* ? ter a good jpal.of discussion, it was j finally rtecldcd to adjourn the meet | ing...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR LETTER BAG. RETURNED MAN'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

oilE LETTER BAG. RETURNED MAN'S COMPLAINT. Sir,-There appeal's in Monday's issue a piiraffraph explaining. that a returned i soldier .settler was char ged, at Giliramlra with abdueting'a yotiiij? tail. Vou have made it a point .of announcing his full name, age and abode, a point for which I congratulate you, for the public should'be fully warned as to wl(oiii these very revolting persons are, and naturally \vi; look to the Press /or such uarninjrs. , ; At tlie same time I consider that the Press should be equally fair.in all cases that they see fit to expose. A week or so ago there appeared a paragraph dealing with a similar ! jiise at Bendick llurrell, but the iic j ciifi'ed persons name was riot ' pub lished . The accused in the latter case ."?!)» not a returned soldier, and I was wondering if that mm|<i the; difference.' Personally I hijve 'no! iympiitliy witli,:any mah who c6n\mit's itjch 'contemptible afctsl and leave him to the!'law. of" the land' to. l?e [dealt.wit...

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 — 8 November 1923

i TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.' Malhrw Downing, while liiiajdiit: . iiii-al in In Ills liHtclic'ry.ii' I miiui. »ustiiiii<-il u broken lis'. Mr. < ii;ivlM Wells. v.lin 1'^d-i nc-:>r .Muniiurainu, ami wlm Vi-ciiii lii< home fin Sunday niphi wi-li. and for whom search pa.-'. I "< ?! 1 » sroiirliiK tliv l>u«!i n|> i" S.nliiril:i> l:i>i. I was fmiiw ill it weal; « .'-J'iii n>:i .1:1 ? ?Satnriiuy «uttern'oon. in :. pad n-?*, | about a mile mid u half f''""' w'" i'1' | In- rnmlliellcl'd to Wander. A motor t ;\r, the 'y 1' Mr, ; M. J. Jittj-IM'. "Henvey's IU11." K.mmv ; in, i-aimlit lire whilst p;lm; h"iu" 1 from l'nrbos, anil was total!} 'I1 ? . eil. ? The ear Wjis partly -ovi-i-d |,v insurance. ,, .Messrs I.. U. nwl '. l'- I> i« u. "( " Ufalfa," t'uniiwlnilra have |,iiiv!ias ( i't! the IOIIKIIsII blood horsi ? i'i>'ter rian. anil lie was shipped Ir.mi l.mi dfill lasi week. Itev. Katlier Gannon. \vh»«" demii ni-i-nrvi'il at I....

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIBBAREE COMBINED GOLD MINES (N.L.). New Manager in Charge. PROMISING OUTLOOK FOR SHAREHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

BRIBBAREE COMBINED GOLD MINES (N.L.). New .Manager in Charge. . .PROMISING OUTLOOK FOR SHAREHOLDERS. Mr. Williams the manager of the new Bribbaree Combined Gold Mine Company, No Liability, arrived at Young from Sydney yesterday . and I proceeded direct to the. scene of his I new sphere of action. Mr. Williams hails from Charters Towers, Queens hind, where ho held several high and j responsible positions connected with the gold mining industry in the Nor tlien State, 'ami it is confidently an ticipated that under his capable management and supervision the Bribbareo.,mines will prove in the fullest sense of the term, a "golden t investment" to the shareholders 01 i the .recently-formed Company. A considerable amount of necessary f preliminary work will be put in hand I forthwith, which will be followed by the sinking of a new shaft on the Company's property. d .Mi*. Williams was accompanied to Bribbaree by Mr. E. J. Neil, who is Well-known in mining circles in connection with company,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICIANS' PROMISES. SHIRE COUNCILLOR'S DOUBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

POLITICIANS' PROMISES. SHIRE COUNCILLOR'S DOUBTS. "At social,, functions we shouldn't take much notice of what.politicians suv or promise," said Or. WaWi. President "of the Mulwavee .blme (Goulburn) at.,yesterdays when Cr. Singer staled that at the woollen mills dinner the Ministei foi Local Government, Mr. J. 1-. Fitzpatriek promised that the pjWV*" crnment would subsidise lor x monies -spent on main roads. Thirf jnterludc was the outcome m discussion on a letter from the de partment regarding the main roads grant. ?' .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Loyal Burrangong. Manchester Unity Celebrates 62nd Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

Loyal Burrajigong-. Manchester Unity Celebrates 62rjd Anniversary. In November, 18<JJ-02 yours ago -the Manchester Unity Order of Oddfellows established the Loyal Uurrangong Lodge at Young* A lot of water has flowed down the Bur rangong Creek since then, and most, if not all, of the foundation members of the Order have passed away. But the Branch remains* and its members are still it* active as ever. There are now nearly JJ00 member# and the branch funds, as might be expected, are in a very sound condition. The amount «.f good the Branch has done in the past <52 years can only be sur mised. Thousands of pounds have been disbursed among members fam ilies during the sickness of the bread winner, and the doctors have been paid for attending the patient, whilst the amount paid for death claims hns been considerable. Tho branch owns its own hall, and for many years, and until it became too small for the town's needs, ail tho big social event* of the time were held i...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INVITATION TO FARMERS. TO VISIT EXPERIMENTAL FARM AT COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

INVITATION TO FARMERS. TO VIS'LT' EXPERIMENTAL FARM AT COWRA. Any Incut ami district farmers v.'Hn wore prevented by the rain, or through other causes, from visiting tlio Cowni Experimental Farm last llondav, are cordially 'invited by the manager (Mr. H. T. Kelly) to make a visit .within the next threo weeks. After that period tlio harvesting will | bis In opeVation, arid there will lie no further opportunity of seeing tlio [arm at Us best till this lime next year. During the next few (lays several large contingents from other districts will be shown over tho farm, including' the mcmliors of tlio Cowra ,F. anil S. Association, and a largo gathering of agriculturists and- grazi ers from Grenfell. All who may feel disposed to accept the mnmigcr's in vitation may rely upon spending an instructive, entertaining and cniov abie day's outing. >

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