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CATTLE DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

CATTLE DISEASE." < IIjONDON, Bee. 14.-The drastic, slaughtering of cuttle, owing, to the oiitbrealc oC loot ami mouth disease, continues. There were 3S fresh out breaks today, malting' u total of 1074 in :i'J counties. !So far 70.098 animals have been slaughtered,: including 35,000 cattle. The (lovernment lias announced lliat It is prepared to continue uluugh teriiig up lo a million and .u half ster ling, with compensation for farmers.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOGUS MEDICAL CERTIFICATES. A DOCTOR SENTENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

BOGUS MEDICAL CERTI FICATES. A DOCTOR SENTENCED. [>!.. GiiorgR Hewer, iU, an<! Allan illoy, u farm laborer, who wore ("inviutwl of conspiracy'.to defraud un Insurance company tlirnugli tlio. me dium of boKUH ineilloal certificate!), v/<ire UkIuv Hontenc.otl to twelve months' hard labor. Roys' sentenco wa" Hiisponded under the* 'First Oflen .lor.s Act. .

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

Yow will find an answer to impeding tbo t at: GILBERT'S. Good? Xylonito !^t!;;rir0-rvme;o^^- «* ../. w, PlrV!r Ll'"sliiiS . . . 15/6, 19/0, 21/ each. Mrni<?., .r'H"f >/«, 5/6, 10/,.13/0. AIriuljic Sets 10/, 18/G, .10/, <12/, 55/. ^ 18/G. 25/, 30/. iwJL'oV" 1/0, 2/6 anil 5/. Eversharp ^?dnciis ^ V ; 9,0. i^^G/ 27/0 th% ^ Beautiful Brass and Copper Jardinieres-8/6, 12/0,15/, 18/G, F' -y« «>w, o</0 to 00/. Jars . Brass Ash Trays, and Tobacco JEWELLERY WHICH V/,ILL COST YQU LESS AT THIS STORE r»olfn1an?.Ic,s, V . : . . f/«. 10/6, 11/6, 12/6, 13/6. First Quality Oct. Gold Ladies' Wristlet Watches, with Gold Mounted Moire Straps . . 85/ Framed Picture* to rizhtcn the Home.. W. F .'GILBERT PHONE 140 YOUNG % Stewart's ;AjBTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE PROMPTLY RELIEVES ALL AFECTIONS OF THE BRONCHIAL PASSAGES AND RESPIRATORY ORGANS. ' A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. In Ml cases of ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS will be found most bohcficial whether of rccent or chronic nat...

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

Joini>the $rodiiceps' ; ariifl their .Jfcnulies, f ,who . are; \ viflitftig. frew inland this summer. ; Vbu'VE EAilNED A' H0I4>AY 47'.'! IATKE IT! For a comparatively modest monetary outlay, you may have a glorious holi day literally teeming with pleasure. Scenic glories amazing in their majes ty and beauty. rA "climate that bainshes tired feeling. See the Maori people-their proud war riors and their beautiful women. See the wondrous geysers and the boil ing springs of the Hot Lakes District. Sportsmen! You'll get the cream of fishing! (??BBBBBBOE33 White to-day for illustrated literature and full particulars of a comfortable and inexpensive plan for your holiday in New Zealand. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT AGENT, London Bank Chambers, Martin Place - SYDNEY. Don't Sell your Wool under top values. ? You have grown It, and its full worth should go into your pocket See that it is offered under the best con ditions obtainable. Take care that it is displayed to the beat possible advantag...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT-LIVED ROMANCE. ENLISTED AS A CHILD. AT SEVENTEEN MARRIES ENGLISH GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

SHORT-LIVED 'ROMANCE. ENLISTED AS-A. CHILD. AT SEVENTEEN III'MIHIES ENG'USH GTUIL. . I In the Divorce Court in .Sydney on j'Wednesday, Albert LVtoinro Cameron, aged 21 years, applied for an order 1 directing his wife, Irene "Victoria May Cameron, (o return to hiiu. Cameron said he enlisted at the age of 1*1 in the A.f.R, married when lie was 17, I his jvlfo then being 19.' -He'met her j in 'England, but shortly after marriage : she lei'r. him. Judge Ralston made j an order directing the wife to return j to her husband within 2t days.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME MORE QUESTIONS. SCHOOL GENERAL KNOWLEDGE PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

SOME MORE QUESTIONS. SCHOOL GENERAL KNOWLEDGE ? V.., - PAP.ER. The following are the twelve ail ditional questions set,by. Mr. Buclum, of the Primary (Producers' 'Bank, tor tile Young District 'School children's general knowledge paper,' and for wliicli special prizes are being award ed. Some of .them make you think. 1.-'\viiat is. tbb most thickly popu lated country in the world? (Major countries only). ' . 2.T--What;lB.tlie latest valuable Aus tralian export, and where is it being exported to mainly?: ' 3.-iUampare tlio size of the'British Isles with Australia ,in a simple way! .4.-'What does iChina export?. (i.N'anio three .impbrtapt-jones)1. Also three iiri : ports, one eacii . for ? Australia, Eng land' and America; ? o.-What mineral is procured largo-, ly in the'Malay States, and'how is it obtained? " ? ' . G.-Whore* did merino slicep origin ally. come from? - State fully all you know about this 'particular breed.. 7.-JWhat is a. cheque? iGivo a plain definitidta.. - . . S.-Wh...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMBAT. VALEDICTORY.—SCHOOL' CONCERT.—BAZAAR WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

WflMBAT. * (From our, ^ Qoi^egDqirdcnt.)^? . VALEDICTORY.-SCHOOL' CON CERT.-BAZAAR WINNERS. A very pleasant afternoon was spent ih the. Wombat' hall, on Wed nesday . whori'.irinrge number of friends gathered to bid farewell to Miss Meredith prior to her leaving 'tile district. Proceedings began with a musical' programme, which WB3 much appreciated, the followinrj '^contributing .-items:- Mr. A. R. fChellew, song. '.'Sincerity," ? ' nrid, "Love's Co'rpnatic/n"; Mrs. Brooks !,(WaIlendt(een), recitation; Mrs. A. ;Tl. Chellew songt."i Know a Lovely , Garden"; Master M. Holt, violin solo: Mr. Chellew, song "Shipmates ,0* Mine"; Spanish dan c by the Misses Mollie Lynch and Dora Mine hnh;' Mrs. Chellew song "Entre Nous"; Mrs. T. F. Tresilian was the accompaniste. The Rev. A. G. Cutts then apologised foif the un avoidable absence of Dr. Dowling and Mr. and. Mrs. Andrew Bolger. Mr.' Cutts said they were mei together to big good bye to Miss Meredith who for the past eight years had. been a re...

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

CRICKET. The following team will. represent . . Tipperary against Buirangong on Sunnuy, ui Tipperary, at 11 ».m R. iBarnes, 'R. IMetzler, V.. Jones, L. Hanlon, IR. Wilson, 'W.' Wasenbali.'li, Htuumniul, J. I'fcilcHvcll. <3.. Stevens,. K.'iLister, C. Henryf It. Jones ISth, R Rogers I3th. . The following team will represent Burrangoug against .Tipperary,. at Tipperary, on Sunday at 11 a.m.-K, Commlns.-'B. Costignn, B. Reynolds, \V. Jasprizza, :W. IDouglass, A. C. Jones, O. 'H. Jones, F. iCaliill. J. 'Doyle R. Graham, A. MotciiilfO; «. HeinricU 12th. H. McGregor; I3th.", Players are requested to ? notify, the. selectiop, committee as Qtivly as possible it'they. cannpt play. Car;; leave' Groat .East ern "Hotel' at 10.30 a.m. sharp. . - A; genoraliiineetlng ot the i;iul> \ylll.pe held in'flioJSehool of Ai'.ts'.tUlscvfcuv ing at 8 p.m. sharp.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MURDOCH'S BEST. MURDOCHS IN PARK STREET [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

MURDOCH'S BEST. MURDOCHS IN PARK STREET A now feature in Modern Store Service and of the nature that will \ meet, with Mother's hearty appro bation. has been installed at Mur doch's, the big Park Street Store for Hoy* Wear. Adjoining the Cafeter ia on the nth. floor there is now a spacious gm!y decorated free play ground for the "Little Folk" wher. they may remain safe in the care of a trained kindergarten superint endent while mother dries the shop ping. Under the direction and pres ence of* "Old Man Santa" the play groundoffers scores of attractions for the entertainment of the young sters culminating in a present from , Santa Glaus himself. The juvenile section with its beautiful decorations varicoloured electric lights and mov ing figures will easily rank as one of the premier Christmas attractions of the City. For mother there i* a comfortable rest room, music and a refreshing cup of tea with the firm's compliments as a portion of Murdoch's Service to fnake shopping a pleasure ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENDICK MURRELL. XMAS CHEER FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

. BEWDICK MURRELL j, XMAS CHKER FOIt CinT,I)l!K>:. i With the temperature #at about 100 degrees about 30 ladies and a few merits attended a meeting in the (.alare Hull on. Wednesday after noun for the purpose of arranging .some form of Xmas cheer for tin* children. Mrs. T. S. Sutherland (the convener of the meeting was* in the chair and briefly outlined the object of same. After discussion it was decided to arrange a Xmas Tree for Wednesday afternoon. JUt'n December, when all the children will require to be present between 7 and K o'clock when prizes will be distri buted after which a: social will be . held till midnight. A committee \ consisting of Mesdames T. Suther land. Ulph, Jennings, Rraddon, Hun ter. Molman, Butt. Gledhill and Mis* M. Williams was appointed to super vise arrangements, and Me:-«iames Uraddon, Holman. Crowe, T. Suth erland anil Miss Cahill were appoint ed collectors. During the evening the children will render a few musi cal items interspersed with songs et ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECRETS OF STATE. CHAPTER IV. The Day of Temptation. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

BY *. . . WILLIAM. LE QUEUX, Author of "'The Invasion of Eng land," "Fatal Fingers," &c. CHAPTER IV. The Day of Temptation. . "I tell you It. can't be done-tlie risk la too great!" declared Sir 'Hugh lElcombe, atanding with hia back to the fireplace in liis cosy little den in (Hill Street ut noon next day. "it must be done," answered Dr. AVelrmarah, who aat in the deep groen leather armchair, with the tips of his fingers placed together. The General glanced suspiciously ut the door to reassure hlmaelt that it wus'closed. "You ask me too much"," lie said. Then, In a decisive voice, while his fingers toyed nervously with hia mon ocle, he added: "M have resolved to end It all." Tlie doctor looked at hlm with a strange expression In those cold, keen eyes of his, and smiled. ~1 lear. Sir Uugh, that if you attempt to carry out such a decision you will find in superable difficulties," he said quiet ly. "I desire no good advice from you, 'Welrniurali," the old general snapped. "I fu...

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

mililBHIIBilHI iBBaBBBBHBBBBBMMBirtiirtiiBi;!' Let us help you select your . " XMAS PRESENT Here are a few SugBestlons. . QLA&S IW1A.TI2JI- SETS' . _ . _ V from-'per III ' lift nijOOK^Sollff Oak T^uMe"Sl'Sh) - - *'**% JAUDIXhokiok .. . J1,imes .. each 20/ K'ETTO'S,0 SVVirORPAVs't''*'"' TAK®""" TEAPOTS, (*V\,RVRP« ' tic. <'A.itvEHs i\- case':. !Tmrrlet »/? ORDER YOUR SCHWEPPES CORDIALS NOW! & Co. HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. ?HONE 28. YOUNG. ? ? ? ? HBDitaaHiaiiai Don't Forget Opening Date-Monday Next. CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS FROM THE NEW DEPARTMENT FOR Mem and Boys' Wear -AT HAYES' PRICES LOWER THAN YOU EVER PAID BEFORE. COME AND INSPECT OUR STOCK.-IT WILL PAY YOU. MEN'S STRIPED ZEPHYR GOLF SHIRTS-Soft double Cuffs, nnd de tachable Collar to match. In the very latest two-tone effect. The .stripes being woven makes this cloth a very reliable wearer. Size 14 to 17. PRICE 8/11. MKN'SPLAIN FUJI SII.K GOLF SHIRT-Soft Double Cuffs and de tachable collar to m...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.L.P INQUIRY. McGIRR-DAVIDSON EPISODE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

A.L.P^lN^pT-: McGIRR-DAViDSON ^/EPjSPDE,; '.The !4.I(.P. Esqcutiya,; Ip. belli un Tnve«tliJdtlon;--rBOT»aitejw? (litigrucofill ^IcGilT-UdviflBon . episode in Piu'lliiuittut on Tuesday week.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Victoria's Memorial. DESIGNED BY RETURNED MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

Victoria's Memorial. DESIGNED BY RETURNED MEN. Two returned soldiers won the com petition for designing Victoria s na tional war memorial, wliich is to oe orocted at SI. .Kildn; r6ad nt a cost of a quurtor' of. a million- sterling...

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

PRIZE LIST. The annual distribution 01 urizes at St. Mary's Boys' School took p!;ieo on Wednesday last. The Very Rev. Dean Hennessy distributed the priz es, after conprratulatinu the teach ers and pupils on a very succeJMul yeai's work. The school had no'ru ble->1 in a more flourishing condition, and both teachers and pupils had worked hard. . The Dean, in ("on dusio" exoressed thanks 4,o hot h. ?!:. Williams and Mr. Ryun-iov tlie earnest manner in which they rid done tlitir work. . First Year:-W. Armstrong,. Dux; C. Patterson, R. Krebs, T.. McDer . mott, J. Lehene. , , - ? Sixth Class.-M. Connelly, Dux;: P. Connell, .G. Deasey. ? Fifth Class.-P. Connelly, Dux; R. Scott, W. Vo2t. ' . Fourth Class.-L. Keane, Dux; J. Finn, J. Rogan. Third Class-F. Finn, Dux; A. Wark.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
St. MARY'S BOY'S SCHOOL. ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

sfJiwAk W^YS?1 si$obfc: ^^AL''-BEP"6ETVV, " In presenting the annual report of .the above school, the staff cannot btit feel gratified, at the promising 'outlook of tho School for next year, ? despite the many'vicissitudes exper ienced .durins the past twelve month.';. "" The report reads:--"The death of Mr. C. P. A. Shanahan removed one who was intimately associated witl) the fortunes of the1 school since its inception. Possessed of a strong personality, ho exerted a deep and lasting influence-on-the charac ter of those who hnd the good for tune to be iinderhim. ' He pioneered the school through a difficult period, and the position it occupies at pres ent was due in a large measure . to his untiring-work. . . *' "The present staff ? took over in July and quickly became adapted to the new conditions. While pre pared to do all in our power to-or oanise the school into a state of ef ficiency, we must confess that; our efforts will only meet with limited success unless we get stronger ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCREAMING FARCE. THE WHEAT INQUIRY. WHAT MR. LANG SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

SCREAMING FARCE. THE WHEAT INQUIRY. WHAT MR. LANG SAYS. The Progressives: are perturbed by the Auditor-General's attitude to wards the wheat inquiry. JTheiy' deriy:,ithat;*o.£h'e-. matteiv has been abandoned, "but agree that: it should be removed* from the politi cal realm. Mr. Lang says the Progressives at titude-is converting the matter into a screaming1 farce.

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

TEST MATCHES. Brisbane Ground Unsuitable. A Melbourne telegram says the committee appointed by the Board of Control has reported that the Brisbane cricket prround is unsuit able for the playing: of test matches.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIRL'S ESCAPE. The Armidale Incident. HEROIC YOUTH RECEIVES PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 December 1923

GIRL'S ESCAPE. The Armidale Incident. HEROIC YOUTH RECEIVES PRESENTATIONS. Isobei Moore, the girl who tell a hundred feet over Dangar Falls, near Armidale, recently; is leaving the hospital to-day. Bile made a wonder tul recovery from the head and ankle injuries which she sustained. There were no internal injuries. Jack Davidson, the high school boy v.ho figured so heroically in the girls rescue, received several presentations :it the annual school speech day yes terdn.v.

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

HEAD CRUSHED. LITTLE GIRL KILLED. Jean Gilchrist, ajred seven years, was Unowned down by a motor bns at Pyrmont yesterday afternoon and killed. The wheel of the motor passed over her head.

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