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W.E.A. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

Mr. Martin (tutor) maue u presentation on Thursday on behalf of the members of the Younjj-W.JE.A. .Tutorial Class t.> Mr. K. P. Farrar, who is leaving: Young. He referred I in «1 wine tern.s to the rcniui-kahle sclf-<-acrif\ce and energy, anil capacity , 'Mr. Farrar had shown as secretnw lie further said .that' Mr.- Parrar's work was a .fifni ;instance-'/of .social service :< ' Every- member of ; - the , '-lass would m'iss him; HE CHANGED HIS MIND. . ' There was to bo a visitor to the family dinner table, -anil tBobbie,' .who is.ii terrible chatterbox, was given a ;- penny and told lio must keep quiet. All went well until he saw his favor ite pudding being served. Then1 Ills excited delight was too much for liiin. Taking the penny but of his pocket, he handed it back to his niollier with the remark':-''.Here's your penny v buck," lnummie. I'd rather talk!" ' ; VERY KIND OF HER. ' Tho curate of a poor parish was showing a'rich lady rouiid. hoping (o touch her...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Naked Surfer. OFFENDS HUNDREDS AND IS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

Naked; Surfer. OFFENDS HUNDREDS AND IS FINED. Carl Neaa, aged 18 years, a Nor wegian Bcaman, went into the surl :it Newcastle on Wedneaday, .stark naked in the presence of several hun dred iieople. At the Newcastle court he was fined £10 or three months «ao!.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PEANUT KING." BODY WASHED ASHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

"PEANUT KING.",. BODY WASHED ASHORE. The body of Percy Brimtoti, iwell known throughout this .and'other StntcB as the "Peanut «'» washed ashore neiir Newcltfitle yes terday. DeceaHed apparently was a passenger by n Newcastle to £yanuy steumer and fell overboard, .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUND NEAP THE GAP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

FOU^D NEAP. THE GAP. A. woman about 40 years of apjc» was .found near The Gap after mid-; nUfht. She gave evasive answers, lo the police questions- and finally was taken to the Reception house.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD SENT TO GAOL FOR CRIMINAL LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

LORI) SENT TO GAOL f POS; 'cRIMINALV LIBEJJ; I LONDON, Dec. 13.-Lord Alfred. Douorlns wns to-day scntcnced to six months paol'.for criminjilly libelling Mr. \Vin3toiL'"Churchill^\>. ' -??? Lord Dolijrlns, nt thfc'oxplration of the Bentcnco, wns orderdd to fitulsure ty to koop the'penci', pl>rtleUlarly;to ivnrds Mr! Churchill, and Joilinpr fin dine. surety, to umhyKba'.further term of'oix months. ' :>v: .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIVORCE WHILE YOU WAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

DIVORCE WHILE YOU.WA1T. Acting Justin Ralston decided73 divorce petitions in four (lays tins .week. On Tuesday he dealt with 1M in six hours. . j

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

I ===^=====*=!rr-r=r i PERSONAL. | At the District School Speech Day .yesterday, Mr. R. P. Farrar, see | rotary of the Parents and Citizens' Association, was presented with a ' silver tea set on a silver tray in recognition of his services on behall of the Association. Mr. Farrar sJso received a silver enke b;. from members of the W.E.A., r \vhich organisation he was secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Farrar return to Syd ney next week. Mr. Ivan Nelson, Vice-Consul ii. N.S.W. for the Argentine Republic, -visited Young recently. Whilst here, he made arrangements for two cases of Young's famous cherries to ,be sent to him. and these were de: patched last night." Mr. J. F. Dwycr and his family were amongst the passengers to Syd 'ney by this morning's traiiii This well-known family who have resided here for many years intend to make their home in Sydney. Rev. K. L. MoKoown- the newly appointed vectdr of St. John's, Young, will commence parish work here on January 13th..1014. - | ; The committee of...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. wmcncoinoe, varson som uauu bales of wool at their Sydney sales yesterday. Yorkshire* buyers were very strong operators. America, France, Japan, Germany and Italy were also active. 'Prices were (juitc equal to the advance of 5 to l'O per cent, recorded earlier in the week. Winchcombe, '('arson obtained the following prices:-George Moffat, Ar middle, otiid.: Arthur T. Bennett, Yass, '252(1.; estate -William Russe.Il, Grenfell, 35.ld,:C. II. /Barbour, Yass, Taylor Pinkerton 'Bros., Scone, 34d.; John Hip,gins Jnv" Inverell, ftifjd.; estate J. P. Sullivan, p|bolac, «2ii., for comeback.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JURYMAN SPOKE TO SOLICITOR. JUDGE DISCHARGES JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

JURYMAN S S0LICI1 POKE TO OR. JUDGE DISCHARGES JURY. As a Juryman spoke to a solicitor j In the cane in which **larlce Ormonde,! formerly licensee of ihe C.reshant J!o*; tel, York-street, Syduoy, proceeded j against the (Farmers and Settlers' (Vj operative Insurance Co. to recover .^OO on ;i motor ear burnt at Xarra been in 1021, 'Mr. Justice Ferguson discharged the jury. The matter was brought under his notice by the counsel tor defendant, who had beeu informed by counsel for plaintiff that such had occurred during the lunch hour, when the juryman asked coun sel a question bearing 011 the case. The judge said that lie did not I think that any intentional improprie ty, had taken -on the mirt- of ? anyone concerned, 'an important 1 fact was that a juryman hud inform ed Vmvself outside ihe wt'on a : material question arising in the case. ! If the case went to trial and a .ver-: diet was returned there would be an ' appeal, and the Full (Court would be - bound to set. aside the verdict...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

TO-DAY'S SYDNEY PRODUCE . MARKETS. I Chaff: Wheaten 5/6 to 7/; oaten, | n/9 to 7/'0; lucerne, 11/0' to lft/tf. t liay: lucerne, small bales, 13/6, large I bales, 7/G to 10/6; oaten, 9/6 to 10/-.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR LETTER BAG. THE BAD ROADS COMPETITION. A COUNCILLOR'S MODESTY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

OUR LETTER BAG. THE BAD ROADS COM PETITION. A COUNCILLOR'S MODESTY. To thn Editor. Sir,-The assertion, contained in ;« recent issue of The Daily un«Lcredited to Mr. C. P. John.-«;n. of Windermere Station. th:ti tlio i Marengo Flat'roads were tin* \vm- i ; in the Shirt*, will not be taken <*-i iously by people who travel var'nni.! roads in otlu»r parts.of the shirt-. ] One 4»f the worst roads that X'.\ j writer bus traversed in the Mr lend;-. to Councillor. Crouch's le.dii- i eiii'f. Tn fact. all the rnml.s !»?.:<! infc* from Bendick Mnrrell in that direction an* hadiy in need of n--- j pair. It, is no doubt* due to \\W j i modesty of our worthy conneiljor i that he has not, ui> to the piv.-en;. ! made c'iroct representation to have { the roids in question put in de<-eiu I i ep tii. 1 feel sure the residents to, the west and north west of 1»< nr-jri. . Mnrrell would imagine the.v wer- dm ! the Brookland rucins track. ver< I th...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

i COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MUX. Wheat 4/. Flour £11. Bran £7/5/. Pollard £7/5/-.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor). REACTIONARY NATIONALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

(To tlit- Kriltor). REACTIONARY NATIONALISTS. Sir.-Mr. Pal 'AlcCarry. im extinc.* politician, formerly a Labor member, then u Nationalist, and now a sltin Ing ligiit on. the Council oj the Na tional Asocial ion, objects 10 propor portional representation. 'Pat* origin allly got into Parliament on a minor Uy vote of jt single- electorate a> mis represent the people. fHu was very lucky, but when the people had a Tree, choice under proportional representa lion, '.lJnt,V had to go. . ..* i J The latest excuse put'Vp by roao tiouary Nationalists with a view 10 depriving Hit* electors of their free dom behind their backs, is that tho abolition oL' proportional representa tion would enable the Nationalists to oust the Prosressivcs. They want 'Sir George Fuller to dishonor his compact with Messrs Bavin, iLey. ami Wearne to maintain proportional re presentation. They are quite will ing to accept the assistance of the Labor party to attain such dishonest end. They are simple enough to 'thi...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGH READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

HIGH READINGS. The heat wave is still existent in | the whole ot the State. Menicrti yes terday registered 111 degrees, 'Wil cannia 110, Jerry Plains 107. CHANGE EXPECTED. Mr. Wares, State Meteorologist, sain to-day Unit he is still hopeful ot a met .week-end. Tho only rain re corded yesterday was' a few showers in Itiverina and North 'Coast. FORECAST. Warm to hot and sultry, with scat tared raiu in parts of the south and north-east, and thundery conditions and rain likely to develop in parts o£ the inland districts.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
19,000 GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. ENORMOUS WAGES BILL. POSITION IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

19,000 GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. ENORMOUS WAGES BILL. POSITION IN N.S.W. Tlie report of the Public Service :Board'for the year ended1'30th June showed that there were 10,033'' per-' imment, and «5."S temporary, em ployees, making a. total oC 10.RGS. while salaries amounted to £6,<U2,'&74, ot which £2,811,000 ^as ' for 'toaiiliera In the "Education-. Department. SThero ' hart been a reduction of 98 in' tho I peiinanont staff, and of 276 In the] 1 temporary Btatt.,_ . .Y".

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. TEMPERATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

THE WEATHER. TEMPERATURES. Max. D9; min. 64.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

f$T''w' - IT; IS; A . SERIOUS MATTER ? TODELAY MAKING YOUR, WILL. [EQUALLY SERIOUS IS THE. QUESTION " OP ' SELECTING YOUR EXECUTOR PERPETUAL TRUSTEE COMPANY (Ltd.) Ii'in Every way to'be Preferred to .Private Executions, 'However Trust . ... .'.worthy. . ' ITS ADVANTAGES INCLUDE- ' CONTINUITY OF MANAGEMENT SECURITY. .-I' cannot die or leave the State Its lvtcrvcs and Uncalled Capital are ample. . EXPERIENCE. REASONABLE CHARGES. It has handled almost every class of ' . Asset. . Its charges are moderate. write for Booklet, which Rives detaiis of its Methods and Charges. Tr>ut and Agency Funds under Adminisfration exceed £22,000,000. 3U-30 HUNTER STREET, Sydney. It COFLAND LETHBRIDGE, Mgr. fflfp JPrmmrg yijobntrijs' JBmtk of JJnslrnlui LIMITED. OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY THE MEN ON THE LAND. a-- AuthorUed Capital £4,000,000 Subscribed Capital over . . 1,250,000 _ Paid-up Capital over 125,000 HEAD OFFICE: SYDNEY, BRANCHES IN ALL STATES SYDNEY OFFICE: 11 CASTRLEREAGIl STREET. NEW SOUTH WA...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Motor Accident. On Jindera Gap. SERIOUS SMASK NARROWLY AVERTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

Motor' Accident. On -Jindera Gap. SERIOUS SMASK NARROWLY AVERTED. tin Tuesday morning a sensational motor accident; occurred on the Jin dera Cup near the six mile peg. ?.Mr. Eric Uradke was driving a new sfX'iryImler double seated Xasli motor car, und was travelling about. la miles tin .hour, ascending the ga?>. Seated in the front with the driver was n ; lady and her daughter. while -Mr. f ihadke's luggage was in tho back I J lint as he had passed the well known- and much dreaded hairpin | bend near the G tulle peg. '.Mr. JJradke I heard hiu luggage beginning to move | about, and liuiding the stoei'lng-wheel | with one hand reached with his other I to right the luggage. He had his eyes ofi* the road tor a second and ap parently did not allow suflieiently for the bend he was rounding, for when ho looked back to the road his off-side front wheel was about a loot from thefenee. Doing unable to.right the steering wheel in.time, the car struck the fence and took out several pan* els ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

NOT HAVING TIME TO WRITE OUR ADVCflTISEMENT, WE HlfRE QUOTE LITTLE BOYS' KNICKERS, lined They coinn In pleasing sliadqs of Medium mill l):,rl; drey; for boys ;l to « yi,nrs- .1!. pair. ROYS' COTSWOLD COATS-the 'pop ular Coat for boys G lo'l.'j years .1/11 oacli. A SPECIAL-DARK : GREY COTS* WOLD COATS, gomti^rearors and WIISIiwm-Ci/fi mill r./'fi <mch; far I'hyy i; [o years, LITTLE SUITS FOR -LITTLE* MEN of 2i to (i .wars, inieiidless varl . «ty-5/11 and G/ll Suit. ' RUBE'RAC-which f« a special ill'O.s nliiK for prolonging the.' wear of soles of moots-medium size boL tliis. Usually i/.. '.NOW-lid. l.ai-iio slue, usually J'/fl. NOW'-* till, per hotlle. WATCH FOR OUR SPEOIAL.,XMAS ADVT WEXT WEEK. _ ? : THE CHEAPEST IN TOWIi BY PAR. 11 Is no coul for any of us to try. nnrt convince ourselves that our friends and relations do.not expect Sinas Presents. Similarly, don t try and convince yourself you call get better bargains in Gifts than .at Mumford's-because yon can't. We know...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. FARM WORKER'S SENSATIONAL EXPERIENCE. A HORSE KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

t STRUCK BY : LIGHTNING. | FARM WORKER'S SENSATIONAL EXPERIENCE. A ironsE KIIJI.KH. A message from'i\Vag;sa slates that when u terrific, eleetrh al .storm was at Its height lute on Wednesday after noon, a number of; im n work {tig on ?air. J. '\V. Shephard's farm, ni Hruce tlule, near Wiiggit, had ;< sensational experience, and one' man is now in a serious condition. . A gang of men was at Lhu chnffcutter, \vh)h> others were carting In hay* from the stooks In the paddock.' . hit; storm work ed up from the west, and a terrific electrical Htorm hvqlo- <»v^r the dis trict. Blinding flashes followed one anotiter, and the men lu»<ame "da'/.ed. One flash was-tollow-il by a deafen ing roar. The men at ti»»- HialVcutter felt ihe shock,.while two men In the paddock utul a horse attached to a dray loajled with- hay wore struck down. Andrew tDavi'inmrt was un conscfouH on the top of the load, and Charles Xest on "the mound at the rear of the load. Tin? norse...

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