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EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
M-m&m e. Wo can't lie nleVfy'orMlappy uiilciis wo are henltby, ami wu cnn't lju. healthy un ices wo have enough; food and till) right kiml of food. ' ..."' ; 1 As Britishers, wo must linvo our lilvp of H's-Bread, Beef aiid'Ucer-otherwlss life wouliFscareoiy/bu worth living. 'J'liii ?(inversion of wheat, Into brcnd by tlie linker, mill the process'of turning Into beef by tlio bntclier nru' nimjili1, but i lif blowing of goodj health-giving, whole' hoiho beer Is a scionee, wlilvli on account of loii),' fcrnie'ntiltloiy etc., requires yciirii of stuily alid'experience. '? ««'.. ' .» Brewers iiinfci! various kinds of beer just ux there nl'« various kinds of breiid nnd meat-but the beer tliut tlio eullght' ..nod world Is now finding .most bemslMnl to health nnd denmndliig, is tlirtt which Is fermented but which Is lit'the BIIIIIH lime non-intoxientlng-the beer that eon* tains tlio food valuo nnd nil tho to'nle und health-giving, propcrtuls. of tlio hop* or ginger or other herbs a...
Williams' Business College ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
Williams' Business; College ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS Following1 tiro the results of Hie nil mini uxaiiiTiiulloiiH In ennnei'llun wllli I lie (limlbtirn lmuieli of tllo Williams' Diul liens Collegu fol' (lie yoii r 31)22! SHOriTHAXU, SPEED; 3110 words per mhiiitc-^Uorln Sullivan',1 300 per I'i'itt.'i with lianbrr. ? '. 32(1 'words jit-r inlinito-PIIHSUH with (!r«li(! tins, Clriiy,; 07 jiw iTiit.j liny Will.hoii nil, . loll words pt>r initiiilo-PIISSPH; Oliidy.' Clriilmtn ami Emily Stevens, 00 .words per. minute-Derive Hiinby, 300 j»cr cent,; with honors. ' ' 70 words, per iiiimitu-Passes wllli lionomvNiiiieyo Jrclliiiil, 100 per c(&lt;nt.: JHivIa Itlclniriln US. Wllli credits Idly Wlilttenslal l)(K I'iihhi Hilda lliirrell, fill words jier minute-Pusses s Alleo Huberts and Kvulyii Hull." 1 SIIOHTHAXB, THEORY. Advanced-Pusses with Honors1. DerW Jlmili.v It'll Nmie.vo Ireland IMj dames Ora.v |iI; Doris Sullivan Olij May Wiilsiw 02. Passes"! Alleo UoWrls, Hilda- llur relit (lladys ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
Mil II inn" Do'yOU SUBSCRiBE TO "" T$£ SOIJJHERI^ tyORNING HERALD , TJ|, not, eond to thU olt)ec 6/r, ( * ' and tlio "florald" will bo poitoil frco to any addrosa for thrco niontlio. Tlio subscription if booked la 7/0 por quarter. j /s"_, ONLY AT THE BROADWAY , TO NIGHT, at Eighl NEVER '"Tr 'j.' MISS "T" \rr-' IT -'&lt;! 'A Plidnro nC trniMvendlnj; licnuly, with motives puro aa an .old mothor'H lieart-a gtor.v llku llw ri'sowuit notes of n Brand orjjan noandlngj culling to the lioarta o£ tho world. ' J[ri a4c1l(ion, "Borderland." KPSSYALE. rjiHB "Southern Morning Herald" Is obtalnablo orory morning at MOBS VALE from t-. C. W. PROWSE JUEWBAGENT & STATXOl MOSS VALB. Vfe are offering Big Inducements to Jam Makers and Fruit Pre servers this season. ijiWB SEASON fimls uaivllli now (joodit, . ' grontly rmlnci'il in 1'rlcon, for uai) liy lliu tlirll't.v lionsmvil'o, who nmlios Iiuf own 1'rDservoS. '' j. A splendid range of Alumin ium and'Ennrriel Preserving Pansj at unbelie...
A NEW PROPHET In the World of Finance ALDERMAN TURNBULL SURPASSES HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
A UEW. PROPHET In the .World"of Finance 1 . ? »L &lt;l.t ; . '. ' .' ALDERMAN TURNBULL" SURPASSES HIMSELF. Jfr. Ttiruliiill's contribution ni>on pnpltiil vnliii-s Is qiilto'tlio must unique ox position^ tlint Iiiih jirol)iilj|,v ovur found Its way into print,' Wu;'ru"U.V 'own h'lm im u polony for liiivirijj printed It boforo Hiving lihu mi opportunity io sou what a fearful, iiiiatuku liu'lma .fallen Into. However, lid wits so siitlsfll'il with' Ills know ledge 'of 'tliu lmbjeet that'wo tiucodo to his request. . ,l' . Alderinnii Tiiriilnill writes ns follow:! wllli respect to mtiniuliial electricity eluirj^ca "timl our criticism (if his scheme! 'Tlio iiinjter following lit this column is Mr. .Torninill's, lull thu'heiidiiiga anil sub-headings aro ours, and opposite cncli auction of Ills letter Is our answer. Replying yours of tlio Jfltli iii.it., I was riitjier amused to I III nit tliiit olio so reliably 1 nforiiuut should Arid It nccessary to again shift ground to support...
Sod Turning Paraphernalia [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
Sod Turning Paraphernalia Wlum tlio Solcllor*' Momnrlul at Tnr iilun \vn» u 11 &lt; I ur I n K ' &lt; J'rti H I r u n 11 o n n two Inn "iNim ernnp WIIKIIUIIHHII tt> IIBHIXI HI tho"Vvork. Onb old roaldont of tlio (llHtr|ut ,pni|Ulroil of- tho worlt. won tlio iiBo'Uio' ol'iuin\vn« lidlitKput &lt;n. Olio nf l|i!> moil,, n WIIBBIHII Ht^rt'of Iniiivliitml. '» &lt;inllnUlohlnR' Him, "wilrt It wa» l&lt;> prnVt«1o'"th6'lhorina of turii JiiB tlio llr»l iMl'df'tlip itmv railway.
(Published by Arrangement.) "Dry" America RUINOUS FINANCIAL RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
(Published by Arrangement.) "Dry"- America RUINOUS : FINANCIAL RESULTS Writing nailer the head-lluo of1' Boot legging National .l''biinii'en in tlio New Vnrk "World,1 J. L, I'riiBi'r miya: " Kreo Americans IIIIVO been nceus loinetl us ii tntiltor of personiil liberty to indulge tlii'lr nppetltb without let or hin drance mill nt a moderate cost, lint when these ind u Igeni'os Involve n violation ot' law nil the part of those who filler to ilieui, then n trllmle must lie jiiiltl to law lessness, nnil tlmt trlbntu Is taken from domestic resources, "This Is not n small matter. Tliero is n constant (Irnln of millions ii|iini mil lions drawn from tlio ordinary family resources of the eoaiiiiiin people, These millions hIIOIIIiI go latu the regular than nels of trade-shoes, clothing, foodj but the constant ilrnla Is (here, anil commerce feels It, while the money taken from re gular ami ordinary channels la jioureil In to the hands of bootleggers nail their kind, who are violating the Iiiwh ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
PERSONAL Father Tlium, a son of I'ollco Super Intendont Thorn, of Hathurflt, and for moi'ly of Goulburn, was consecrated at Dublin l'occntly. Ho will bo attach., oil to the Ascension Order at Murrlek vlllo, Father Tliom was a studoiit «t Mary's Mount, Qoulburn. Mr. Francis J. Lloyd, who litis juat finished making n valuation of tho Wlngecnrrlbeo Shlro, and prior to that 3 tlio Morrlwa Shlro (North-West), was'r" In Qoulburn yesterday making Inuulr. los coneornlng tho now Held vuluutloir of tho Mulwaroo Shlro with n vlow to putting In a tender. Mr. F. C7. Lloyd Ib a mumher of tho well-known family of that mimo of JugloniA on tho Mur runibldgoe. night Ituv, nr. Clnllaghor, Bishop of Oonlhurn, and priests to tho munbor of CO, arc making t'lioli' annual rotroat nt St. Patrick's College, Goulbuni. Tlui Very Rov. Father Francis C.P. of Mary's Mount is conducting tho ru troat. Mr. 1'iilwni'd Copland, nf Mastorton, Now Zealand, who has boon ' stnVliiK Willi Mr. A. M. IJarton, returned In Syd...
The Souther Morning Herald WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1923. TAX FREE BONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
Sou%rn WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1923. TAX FREE BONDS. It is freely asserted in Melbourne that the Treasurer, of New South Wales, M. A. C. Cocks, has been discussing the advisability of adopting the principlo of tax free bonds for State loans. It is assumed that if bonds are issued -at a reasonable rate of interest and made free of income tax, that Australian investors will readily absorb them. The contention is easily borne out by the fact that, tax free securities arc eagerly sought on the Stock Exchange. There is little doubt that if New South Wales attempts' to float a loan by these meajis, that quite a considerable amount of succcss will uttend their efforts. It is neccssnry however to examine the elfcct of an extensive application of this principle. The Commonwealth adopted the system, with the result that men with very large income* took full advantage of the opportunity to acquire this class of security and evade the higher forms of tnxation which they would have come under. Th...
Lightning Shock INJURES MAN ON BICYCLE [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
lightning Shock INJURES MAN ON BICYCLE TIII'IIIK ii tliiiiiderKlnriii tlmt pimacd over NmiKi'iulurn one evening lust week, n tolejjrii|>li pule lieur tlio (loiilbuni mini wii.i 8|illuti>rvil to friiKiiu'iitfl by light* nliitf. Mr, Milton Winter, oC UiuiKomlori!, wlio wiih pimiilllK liy nl' tlio llnio nil lilt lili'.veliV evidently received a portion of tlu> shock, Homo time lutor lio returnol tO llllll town In H ilnziMl (.ollllltloll, nnil Iiiin hIIII'i' then licon iimlur tlio doctor'1) euro In a rather serious condition.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
Men Wanted Expert Correspondents Laadin* Duitneii Flrmi aro vrnnllns men who «r« trained Ma() Order or Corrmpowicnce EipoMi, Th« lupply of Mich mottUtnitlMho demand !nrae» Theia Firm* will p*y £500 p. a* upwards for the ttfthl man, May !j» you a re Ihn men, ImiI (rotthavan't had the training. Commence training UOW iuidi«curooncof(h«in Great Opportunities Thfi La Snllfl Couraeof Mnll Order and Modern Duftlneu Cofretpomlenco **111 train you* by mull, completely in oyery brunch of tfila nflwprofeiilou* Wrlfa lon/af, on coupon below, tot treo DooJJeti. LA SALLE EXTENSION INSTITUTE 115 PUt Street i: ti Sydney, N^.W. Jamel Wation, F.AXS., A.CJ.3, Mftnanlnir Director . IaSulla Entamlon Inilltuto, 116 riltStraat, Sydney* j PlrftH obligation, jiartl«uiari I 0 oi yotfr M.D.C. Court*. fume , Affl and Porftlon* Addrai-;,,^, Wattle Bark We are Cash Buyers, in any quantities, Arr at highest market rates. In bundles V. V,.. preferred. ,-f j '1 GILLESPIE & Co., LIMITED. GOULBURN LYRIC THEAT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
WANVfflfftND OENERAL jJHUlW ' " cw'yyh tils tolumn 16 words are inserted 1/ prepaid; additional line* m pirt it ft line, ,fld extra.) IA NYTHINO you want done in Car A centering, Furniture, Repairing, try H MAXWELL & SON, 1G Victoria Pa ride Gonlburn, wbo liaro now roBumed I business. Upliolatoring and Chair lauliit; « speciality. IA LL Building Ropairs and Rcnorations _no job to* Buiall, 110 job too largo) prices rcason&ilo.-M. J. IIAAKS, 15 Clinton Street. BRAIDW001>, MORUVA and TARA GO.-A Reijulnr Sorvlci'in' tlio most Comfortable Cars 'on tlio road. Loo tuXjflo name on front of car. HUOHIE MALONE. ?OEST Variety of PRAMS and BABY ** CART. JACK CRAIG'S, Auburn-st T\0UGLA3 MOTOR CYCLES,' tlw ** world's best, 23 h.p. £88-£100; 4 lr,p £140-R. L. PAULL, opp. iloyul llotel. '(T)EAR BILL,-I hope you liked the ^ Photo I lind taken at tlio Rozelie Btudlo. I tiling tlioy are lottly. LAURA. TUBILY Fill ST IN VALUE\V. .*J COX, Confoctioncr, 300 Auburn-st. ?jfjiOSTER'S "PRE...
CORRESPONDENCE Present Federal Position TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
CORRESPONDENCE! Present Federal Position T-0 TJIH 15DITOH j SJif!-As mi appreciative, reader of jtiui* paper anil.iis one who though not aurcclntr with tho Nationalist Party in politics, has 'nothing but common dnUon for your«ablo leader of Monday, Humnmrlfiiiii,' tho Federal Political sit uation. I would like to ,vb|co a com ment that Is uppermost In my mind and many other's who wltli me voted for tho Country Party. The pergonal Vilification of the lend «rs of tno Country and National par tics Hi'omud to lie the main motive of (inch of tho lenders' later pre-election HpiMwIu's, put into our Countr.v.I'lntfoi-iv tvhlel was not exclusively published, wo were led to' believe were many plunks altogether Inconsistent with tho well stated and widely advertised policy of tho Js'u^lonnllatx. Wo who u?», not In tho Itnow nro now learning that tho matter of our cloud In tor-assoclatlon with t'ho Nat ional Party Is only a riucHtlon of lead, orsliip - of Cabinet seats - bluntly a matter of IcS...
Coal for France GERMAN RAILWAYMEN DECIDE CAMPAIGN BERLIN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
Coal for France GERMAN RAILWAYMEN v'' DECIDE CAMPAIGN BBW,TN\ Mnmliiv. Tim "Lnknl Amsioifur" utiili'H tlmt n I'niifurciii'u uf rnlUvfiy trmlii unliius til IOHKCII ilwldiMl'tu proven! iiny cwil nmoii INK Krnni'o, i|inl If tlitn rcmillH In 4'iirltiur iirrenlH b,v ilio IVou'eli, IIM limmvlliitu ((UIKTIII atrlko will lio onluroil, In wliMi uvont till) Clovi'riniH'iit linn timlerliikun (o Ruiirnulvu tlu&lt; Hirikcin mlllliu'il iniirkNi v All oilier Gorimin.uiilnnn Imvo cmliirrteil (III! rilllWII^ IIIC'II 'l| j|(i'l»l(ll|, .'|
FEDERAL ARENA FULL OF POSSIBILITIES An Atmosphere of Mystery SURROUNDS A BULKY LETTER MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
FEDERAL FULL OF POSSIBILITIES An Atmosphere of Mystery SURROUNDS A BULKY.. LETTER , An 'ntmo»|>lu'ri3 of m.VHtt'ry surrouuun tlio tielhnu of Mr, Percy Deinio, jirlvuta Bwrutury (u Mr.. Unfiles, (it tlio Coiii; inomveuitli offices this afternoon., , Mr. Dame mm tern to enter, the ? rmini (iwii/iiVi/ hi/ the Cdiiulri/ 1'urt'j I iMiiml/Ki'.i unit Imiiit a bulky latter to . j l)r. Jinrle l'tiffr, the I'oiitaitg of which icav not tlliclnseil. Conference wns to lmve resumed.. at. Ililx iil'toriiiioii, but the Country J'nrty deleunteH worn lucked In n room by tlienwelvos lonu after tlwt hour. Mr, Iliiifhi's in to return to Sydney to morrow' liy Iho express, mill JJr, Eurfti ( I'IIRO will lie on tlio MIIIIO truin. Jtr. ? lliinlioa will fulfil n private engagement in Sydney on Thursday nuil attend tliu Kgiiltn in Sydney tlio fiilloivijf),' day, ilo will (lien rctnrn again In Melljoiirnj In time fur tlio Xntlonullst I'nrty'u next IIILTtillg. . i -Alwiiiuliile, tlio |Killtk'iil situation , ...
BROADWAY THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
BROADWAY THEATRE ' All that makes "Over Iho 3U11" u great picture la not on Iho lllm. H In In (lie hiiiuiiji honrt. William 1'ox does not offer it spectacle or n thrill, but ho fjlvos you yourself-tnkoa oiit your sympathies , mill hands Ilium back fo you. '1'in'io "ft nothing In tho story tluil, you tluii'l |iul there, no nrll/leiiil emotional stimulus of sight or sound which half approaches that which morn suggestion arouses wlllilu you. No llltlo Bislcr lice lug boforo black lust, no pernei:ulcil dam sel hurtling toward ley falls, no Persian hordes Hocking through liotrnyed gates merely a shabby old woman plodding a llli her bundles over tho lillls to tho poor-house, So ii l» no wonder that tlio Broadway Tli>tr-- imk ;ij::iin pjt-ked lust night. Jt i- ni' iIIIIM- wre plclures which the ? fMi- iikiiIi' IIIIIIUIii ami, Iho public mnilo , i .'.i. Mini >tinline It Is that producers Mil' Miiili'il vi iiim-h IIIIIO over tho strug* sill;' sin, king Ingenues with tho ? list oi' Tiit...
WOOLLEN MILLS In View for Albury AN AMBITOUS PROJECT [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 January 1923
WOOLLEN MILLS t . In View for Altmry . AN AMBITIOUS PROJECT V M,A: . ' "W , ,- *?-. -' . I Aceordllig to in formation pheed lio* foro ii meeting of Albury Woollen Mills committee inst week, New South WIIIcj la mi I In1 threshold of' imporfaut develop inc.it«i tovwoit.4 tliu complcto ltidou/nctui ji>C i>l' nl! u"ii!It'll ^ijrfk'ijjii.thlj State'. .Mr, i-. \V. Tloiyfil'^wSo lind' voluit leercd tn ini.Mvimi- it financial,iorgun/jtu-i Hon in Nwliii't ivlildi lind offered to pro*-, vide ii lar.e miiiMint of capital, reported! tlio roHiilt ut' Ills vlrtlt. llo sii111 tlio pro posed organisation would deal wllli wool from' tlio sheep's buck to tlio finished ar ticle. The company intended to establish ii mill. In Albury, wliuflier tlio local com mittee did in or not. It expected tlio local p&lt;-&lt;i|.!.> 1.. iul:p shares and jiarllcl pule lu ili.' i.'iuliH. It lind also tlio very bust a-.pi'rt ndvlfc the world eonUl give, THE NEW COMPANY Mr. Tlotyens suld lie lind...