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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923
CRICKET NOTES. ('BY "ONLOOKER). The cricket competition 1b in abey ance for the holiday, season, Some good friendly matches : were wituea seel on Sunday last. .' Tippernry gave the 'Ramblers a Twist of leather huntlr^g. IJ was generally expected that Tipperary would win, but nobody dreamed the rout would be so complete. Tipper* ary won by 172 to 44. J. Caldwell and it. Jones were re sponsible for the Ramblers' small .score of M. They soon struck a good length and cleaned up lhe op : position. Jones is «n unorthodox type of bowler, with a natural break. Ho secured the day's average, :i for j>, clean bowling 'McLaughlin am! .Mc Call. Three "ducks" 'for the ltaiub!«-rs. The toll nagged very feobly, tie- last lour wickets going for practically nil. McLaughlin was the only Humbler to got double figures, lie looked to be sot when one of Jones' "top>.spin. tiers" got past his defence and skit tied the stomps. Kay Metzler top-scored for Tipper ary with f»U, Including five tears. He tr...
CRICKET. BULLA CREEK v GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923
CRICKET. BULLA CREEK v GRENFELL. Following are the scores of tlio match Bulla. Creeks 2nds versus C.rwi fell Juniors, played on Sunday: IBUIULA 'CH0IDK:-iN. Powderloy, not out 162; J. Maroney, c Shaw b King 8U; 'D. .MoCnlTery, ,b King. ,|. Joyce, 0: ,K. I'owderley, b AltiCabe, 44; V. IWeblt, b MdCnbe, 9: I'. Smith, b (ioodHull, 2: II. Smith, b MuCnbe, 0: A. il'owderley, lbw b Rumble. 0: .1. Garry, b Humble, 3;» T. Smith, lim it rtumble, 0; sundries, 24. Total 2«». GRIONiHBIjL-&lt;L. McCabe, t: K I'ow derley It 'MclCaffery, 98; 1'. Shaw, c Garry b I-'. 'I'owderley 26; W. 'MuOalie, b C. Webb, 1; P. Graham, b Wubb, S: - Watson, b 'MdCnffory i; H. Fitch, not. out, 39; |C. IBensley. lbw li P. Powdcrlcy, 4; S. McCabe, b CHc ('Itirery, 4; M. 'Rumble, It .McCanVrv, 0. Total for S wickets-is:!.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923
Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS' MIXTURE pa?sMaPgTeLJ TE BRONCH,AI; A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. 9°fca of ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS will be found most PRirp ',/«hc^ °£ "cent or chronic nature. ' PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE, OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA SI. YOUNG. 'PHONE 158!" ".puntry Orders sacked Fit 330 and sent the Same Day. Happy Ways of Saying MERRY XMAS Gifts Suggestions from HEWETT & Co. HANDKERCHIEFS for Ladies and Children, characterising the largo stocks specially brought together for tho |C|hriat|nn3 Season, is the novelty and beauty of designs of liuipuro and Embroidered ?Handkerchiefs, daintily boxed in quarter and half dozens.. Prices ranging from 2/6 to 19/6. &lt; . . MERCERY DEPARTMENT,-A well varied collection of goods spe cially interesting for the Christmas trade, is on show in our 'Mercery Department. , SHIRTS.-'We have a nice assortment of Shirts, comprising Fuji Tie t.fuxev Fuji Silk, Pelaco, and all the leading* makesi NECKTIES comprising Silk...
DEBATING CLUB FUNCTION. SUCCESS OF C.Y.M. CLUB. MR. MARTIN DELIVERS INTERESTING ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923
DEBATING CLUB FUNpTI# SUbOEgS 0;P .'o.Y;M/:&lt;jip.4 MR. MARTIN,DELIVERS INTER ' ESTINC ADDRESS, "v . . . .Members of the newly formed' Catholic. Young Men's- Debating Club turned up'in'fovce'at'asiiibke social in the P and' 'A. Ifall! |ast. night. Prom thirty, to forty-young men were present. . Rev. tather Brcnnan occupied the chair. Mr. J. Hill'represented the O.lI. OcliJfel iows' Lodge, and'Mr. Martin, of the \y.I'-.A. was invited to discuss t^e aims of'the Workers' Ertuciitional Association. It was a very happy thought on the part of tjio 'Club to Invite Mr. Martin. Not only'was his. lectqre intensely interesting, ana instructive, hut he proved a great entertainer, being n good. raconteur and elocutionist. When the Rev. President had disposed of the loyal toast. Mr. H. Jasprizza's humorous ( songs "The Police Will Have Me Before Long," and "The Wild, Wild Women" set the ball rolling mer rily. | CLUB'S GOOD INFLUENCE. Mr. Williams, the club secretary proposed the toast of...
LAND SETTLEMENT PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 11 December 1923
LAND SETTLEMENT PROBLEMS. The State Government is worried over the problem of resuming priv ate hinds for settlement purposes. Jjfire'e and valuable areas are with held from settlement, and when the Government's 'immigration scheme is in full swing, these lands will be needed. But as owners are unwill ing to sell, compulsory resumption nia.V result, and that is where trouble is apprehended. Cabinet are divid ed on the question. Sir Joseph Cnrruthers has pointed out tlmt the Kuc-eess of the Government's Land j Settlement Scheme depends on the compulsory acquisition of certain estates. . That view.is not shared by some other Ministers, and Cab inet is postponing its decision. Mr. Wearne's attitude has given um brage to one of his colleagues, and developments ale expected. The criticism, by Mr. Lang leader of the Opposition, on the.leasing by the Government of the Aratvatta Estate, has created a feeling tnat the Gov ernment has not taken the right course so far as this Estate is con ce...
SECRETS OF STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 December 1923
SECRETS OF STATE.' . ^ I BY , - WILLIAM LE QUEUX, Author of "Tlie Invasion of Eng land," "Fatal Finjters," &c. A thousand times she had endeav- ] oured to break free from thkt ' strong. yet unseen, influence, but | h!ij always became weak and easily led a:; soon as she fell beneath that ; extraordinary power which the ob scure doctor possessed. Time>af ter time he called her to his side, as' on this occasion, on pretence of prescribing for her, and yet with an ulterior motive. Enid Orlebar was a useful tool in the hands of this man who was so unscrupulous. She sighed, passing her gloved hand wearily across her hot brow. Strange how curiously his presence always affected her! She had read in books of the mysteries of hypno tic suggestion, but she was far too practical to believe in that. This wau not hypnotism, she often de dal cd within herself, but some re markable and u'nknown power by this man, who. beneath the truise of the hard working surgeon, was en grijtgd in sche...
NO CASE. Wheat Compensation. AUDITOR GENERAL SAYS CLAIM UNJUSTIFIABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 December 1923
'. - NO CASE: Wheat Compensation. AUDITOR GENERAL SAYS .CLAIM UNJUSTIFIABLE. Tho Auditor'Gonunili Hpeaking 011 tiii?.HUhject 'of compunction l°.w|ioat grnwera,-' -whieh almost precipitated a crista between.-the ^Nationalist and Progrosnivo partioH. *aid that despite the finding of the prt.'Hniinnry inquiry it appeared to liini Tub pnpciK in tho case? show that tho ProsnosHivuH have far failed to state a case. They asked tho Audi tor-General to supply whoreon to found their complaint. Lang, lender of the 'Labor party, comment' jut: cm the matter, .said that it ap peared to Iiiip that the Farmers and Settlers* Association duo* not intend to press tho mattor.