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AFTER HIS SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 17 December 1923

AFTER HIS SALARY. ' The relentless manner in which tlio Young P.P. 'Board is pursuing "bun ny's" scalp, anil enforcing destruc tion on the part of landowners, gives rise to any amount of abuse and cri ticism from some of those affected. The ftnbhlt Inspector, at the meeting last Saturday, said that some were very narrow-minded. One breeder of rabbits told him that he was pro secuting landholders in order to pet sufficient money for his salary. (Laughter). Another person wrote a long and abusive letter slating the Bojird, and . this the chairman handed round to the directors tor their cdiflcation and enlightenment. The result was that they refused to receive it, so the reporters missed a good bit of copy.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURRINJUCK WATER. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE TAKES EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 17 December 1923

BURRINJUCK . WATER. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE ' TAKES EVIDENCE. The Parliamentary Board of in Ouiry took evidence at Murruinbur rah ou Saturday iii connection with the Bnrrinjuck water seliemo. A number of witnesses were examined.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 17 December 1923

CATHOLIC ClHUmClH. Sunday, December irj.-Young, v.oii and 10 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Wullend hern 10 a.m.; Wombat, 10 a.m. Christinas Day.-'Bulla Creek 8 a.ui. Jlontcuglu 10 a.m. Dean Mcnnessy. The death occurred unexpected ly early oh Sunday* morning of Dr. ?William Thomas Chenall,_ one of Sydney's most prominent medical men, iRev. Canon Howell, who was re cently seriously ill, has now recovdr eil .sufficiently to enable him to under take light duties. A sad tragedy is reported from Mel bourne, where 'Walter Pomeroy lost his -life while bathing. His daughter witnessed the tragedy. It is, reported that £500 in £5 notes ? ,is missing from a Toowoomba bank.;. Arte paper in Sydney this morning states that ^Michael Louis and Ms .wife, the principals in the recent .divorce ease, dined together at the ^Pacific Hotel, 'Manly, last night with . every appearance of complete re j, .conciliation. Fiftv-flve points of raiu fell at ]./Young last nlglit. .. :: A Harden message states Jhe ther ? monie...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COFFEY CUP. Harden Defeats Burrowa. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 17 December 1923

COFFEY CUP. Harden Defeats Burrowa. The Harcien Railway Rifle Club on Sundicy defeated IBurrowa, ami got possession ot the'^Opley Challenge Cup.., . ,. . . . 1

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO DAY'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 17 December 1923

TO DAY'S COURT. . Three ilrunka were dealt with the Young court this morning.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Attendant Dies. A FATAL SLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 17 December 1923

Hospital Attendant * Dies. ' FATAL SLOW. A'"t5(TiJram from Melbourne Htufes that Goorito Ha(l, ;«n ';att»Ml»nt .flt Mont l'ark Soldiers'. Mental suited on .Saturday night that lie had heen striiok a couple Pf - SPV0T uy im'initiate. 'Ajidthor; attendant went to jrinll's assistance, and roupo vhlm bleeding- from the ear and nose. iHall died four minutes, later.. ? The police aro Investigating,, vQ® .matter/

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOY DROWNED. Tragedy at Cook's River. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 17 December 1923

BOY DROWNED. Tragedy at Cook's River. Herbert Ferguaqn, aged 10, walk ed lnto_Cook> River, near -TJnuorcUn ibrldgo, yesterday, imd getting be yond liis depth, was drowned.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK INSPECTOR'S SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 17 December 1923

STOCK INSPECTOR'S SALARY. The stock office advised the (Board that the stock inspector's salary had been ncreased by £7/lfi/- per annum, or 3/- -Dor week, consequent .upon the recent rise baaed on thfc living wago. ?LAND .EXCHANGE./' Mr. W. -Caldwell, ,of flioonbucca, made hpplicatlqn ;to.exchange a,small portion of his holding, running .paral lel SvllH the stock route, tor a .por tion of the stock route, in order .to enable him to cross 'the .creek and tsralghton l}is line of fencing. After (liscHSBlon It ,>VBS decldesl to obtain a full, report for.submission .to Board. . VARIOUS APPLICATIONS. Crommelln and Moorp; 'solicitors, miule application on bobalt'of' Thos., Mayiie.v for consent of the board to an applicaton made by'liim for a spe cial lease of . a triangular piece of .land in the parish ot TyoBOliB, por tion >107, of /23 acros, which- would enable ;hiin to solvo the rabbit.iprob lem on his holding. Application re-, fused; the 'Board's policy being to re fuse all such ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. P. BOARD. RABBITS ON RAILWAY LINES."THEIR NEIGHBOR'S RABBITS" —EX-SOLDIER'S PROTECT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 17 December 1923

P. P. BOARD. RABBITS ON RAILWAY LINES. "THEIR NEIGHBOR'S RABBITS" -EX-SOLDIER'S PROTECT. , The ordinary meeting of tho Young Pastures 'Protection iBoard wns held on Saturday last. There were pre sent; The Chairman (Dir. Tout), and Directors T. J. ffieverldge, D. MoPar-' lune, J. A. Garry, IP. C. Julian, C. Crlchton, and (L. D, Hall. CORRESPONDENCE TIio correspondence contained nu I merous protest's from . thoso landhold ers who hud been listed for prosecu tion for alleged failure to destroy rubolts.' .RAILWAY LINE A RABBIT WARREN. V. n. Campbell and Son, of Watta-: mondara, asKod for time to destroy;' rabbits, as'tbey were .now very buBy (harvesting. This referred to Noon-' iblnna forest reserve, of which tliey' held u lease. They had applied' for. a renewal of tho lease, and If grant-, ed, would destroy nil harbors, The; railway line ndjolnlng was'a network: of rabbit burrows, and as fast as they' destroyed the pest on their property: they were restocked. 'Hie Stock Inspector state...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPREADING. RINDERPEST IN WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

SPREADING. RINDERPEST IN WEST AUSTRALIA. A Fremantle (W.A.) telegram to day states lhut moro cows affected by- rinderiiubt were discovered yes terday halt a mile from tlio origin ally Inrented area. Experts consider thu disease lias l>eon carried on the boots and clothes of peoplo after be ins ill-contact with the affected stock. About 120-cows were killed at Iias sendean.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAND OF HOPE ANNIVERSARY. CROWNING OF QUEEN AND PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

BAND OF HOPE ANNI VERSARY. CROWNING OF QUEEN AND PRE SENTATION OF PRIZES. The Hand of I [ope Society, under tiie presidency or Mr. G.. ©.. White man held high r^el -on Thursday night last, eu tho occasion Of the cor onuton of the Queen, Miss Eva Quigg, who hart lK*rn elected-by popular vote, and the presentation of prizes. The coronation ceremony was most elabo rate and complete, the dressing be ing quite a feature of the proceed ings. Accompanied by her Maids of Honor, pages and train-bearers, the! Queen-elect looked uiost regal on. the platform. Mr. IL. pampbeH . was Herald, Mr, (Drown (Secretary of State and Mr. Rogers iLprd High Chancel lor. Following the coronation, dele gates from twenty different countries, in national costume, read a message' of homage to the new queen, to which she suitably responded. The whole function was very well organised and; carried out. THE PRIZE GIVING.. Mr. G. S. Whltemim presented1 the prizes for elocution to JP. Jlapkins first. May -Thompson sec...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND FOR SETTLEMENT. Compulsory Resumption Authorised. CABINET'S. DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

LAND FOB* iSEaPTLE-: . MENT. ' GompulsoryResumption< - Authorised. . . CABINET'S. DECISION. A (Sydney, telegram to-day says that ??Mr. Wearne, Minister for (Lands, Btat eil lust night1 that Cabinet had de cided'to authorise tlio resumption nnd purchase of estates required tor don or settlement despite tho opposition ot many owners. Tlio State Treasuror has heen re quested to provide a share ot the funds.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONTEAGLE. COUNTRY WOMEN'S DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

MONTEAGLE. (From our Correspondent). I COUNTRY . WOMEN'S DANCE. IDespite tlie sultry weather a good crowd attended the ball and supper In the 'Monteaglo Jail in ai^ot the iuueU-dlacuaaed ICoimtry Womena Association. Several car'oadscamo from other contres, and tho promot CIS were well pleased with the ru bull of their efforts. Mr. Vlo WeUs hv//£ band, from Young, Bupplictl., Q music, with extras by Mr. IBrodkq, Mlae Claro Madden, and other local plavors. Mr. A. J3. IPriee waa an effi cient uM.C:, while Oleadamea Hardman, Prlco, Fowler arid Carmlchael 'Con trolled the (llnliiK arrangements. ... RAIN'. Following a .week/ol tot . weather,1 bountiful rain fell on_Sundax night nh',1 Monday. lAUtiinigfi it will delajr tho harvest Jfor a "few days,' it was very welcome. '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

WOMAN BURNT .TO DEATH. ; 'Owing to her nightdress- catching* fire, Mrs Ivy (Miller, 26 years, of Gfl-' gajidra, was burnt l'rom head to foot; atfa 'dio'd' three' hours later. She liad been married five weeks. Jack Kenny, hairdresser, and well. known'in sporting circles at'Yass was' found lying- on the road near Bookham terribly injured. He had ' bfcen thrown from a- niotori'cycle. He died in the Yass District Hospi tal. 1 Ted. Cox, playinj* .for WestmeacV in the Parramatta and District Jun ior competition, is jrenerally; accept ed- as champion' batsman of the district. Oh Saturday he retired after having scored '221;, He lilt 35 fours and; three., sixes, and has top ped tho century four times this' season. His eight completed innings EOTfar have resulted in .731' runs. The death is reported of Vera, the 5 year old daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Bert Back, of Gilmore, at the Tumut- hospital. Eighty months "ago the little child'was severely.- j>urnt. and had been an inmate of'th'e hos p...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANGLO-RUSSIAN ENTENTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

ANGLO-RUSSIAN ENTENTE. . \ I.ONIDOX, Dec. 17.-Numerous muetingR, at w'hich prominent English Socialists were present, liave Just .been lielil with the object of creating an Auglo-ItuHslan entente. The "Dully Telqgrapli'a" political correspondent says that . a Soviet trade delegation to England Is active ly preparing for the moment,, which 1B considered imminent? when a iLabor Government .will put dtussia on an equal footing with other civilised countries.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS' XMA'S TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

SOLDIERS' JAMA'S TREE. 'The*. committee supervising the ^mas Tree in the Oddfellows Hall; -Young; on Saturday afternoon, under, '-the - auspices'- o£> the. Country Women's. Association, desire to intimate that; no formal', invitations have been is sued.1 . All: returned soldiers, their, wives and children, are. invited to be. present.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK ENTERING VICTORIA. HEALTH CERTIFICATE NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

STOCK ENTERING VICTORIA. HEALTH CERTIFICATE NECESSARY. Stock entering Victoria from New South Wales must be" accompanied by-n Ileal til certificate, to be obtain ed from the inspector of the district irom which the stock started.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIP YOUR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

DIP YOUR SHEEP: In order, to', comply ..with i the *Stock. Diseases Tick Act,'stockowners are warned by the Young Stock-Inspector o£ tlie necessity of (lipping their sheep, so'as .'to'avoid any likelihood of hav ing tlieir holdings quarantined ow ing to the presence. of tick or lice infested sheep. . (

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL WHEAT AT BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

GRENFELL WHEAT AT BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION . This is the wheat That makes the flour. That makes the bread That makes the land. These lines will appear on 250 small sheaves of Australian drown r wheat, ' showing 18 to 20 heads, , neatly hound with , blue ribbon, which the'. Grenf ell: district has ?of fered to the New South Wales Com mission for "distribution at the Brit ish Empire'Exhibition. . . Two hundred samples of flour and 250 of-merino wool, and 2^0. of .'the Grenfeir district land settlement magazine, ? will also be- forwarded' to London,

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"GROUNDS" CUP. Won by Murrumburrah. BINALONG BEATEN BY 49 RUNS. (By Our Murrumburrah Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

"GROUNDS" CUP. Won by Murrumburrah. BINALONG BEATEN BY 49 RUNS. (By Our I.Murnimburrali Corves, iiondent). Murrumburrah Journeyed in Ulna*! long on Sunday to play for tlm (iKiuihIh Cup, and won after a k«'<«n and li:ir«l fought game by 4<» runs. | Franklin put up a good doub!»\ ink-; ing 6 tickets for i5G, and lop-seor-! ing with r>S. The scoring of the | visitors was consistent, eight. bats men reaching double figures. Fol- ! lowing arc the scores:- j BIN ALONG. I .3. Ilorton, « and b McDougall ., si t A. Grogan, n Shcppard b Dnvi- j son . 7 , \\\ O'Connor, b 'Davison 7 1 I,. Gurry, b Franklin 1!» { .McCarthy, c Sparge b Franklin -1 i J. Garry, e Davison b Franklin ! W. Grogan, not out .. .. 2.1 , (). ..McCarthy, b Franklin ?; ' O. *\Vallinan, li Roberts 14 » I.. Flancrv, b Franklin 7 T. I'urloll, b Franklin J2 ! iSrnrirtfM 11 j 'I'nt.ll 117 ! .I'cwHng: McDougall 1/I1S. Davison, ; s-hoppard 0/15, iFrnnkllir ; ! Roberts 1/11. j MlJHlllTMBUtR'RJAn. j R. B. Da...

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