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"SAME OLD THING [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
"SAME OLD THING "The same old thing, allowing men under the influence of drink to 'travel* m a railway carriage," re marked Mr. Geo. R. -Villiams P. M. at Goulburn Court yesterday in dismissing charges against two men of having travelled ^ on a railway I carriage without a ticket and with intent to avoid payment of fare.
MT. ST. JOSEPH. AN APPEAL FOR XMAS CHEER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
MT. ST. JOSEPH. AN APPEAL FOR XMAS CHEER. Dean Hennessy writes: "Oh behalf of the inmates of the M. SI. Joseph's Old (Peoples" Home 1 would appeal to the generous pub lic of Young for donations in cash or kind for the provision of ."Christmas cheer, such as pipes, tobacco, fruit, ctc. Already some well known citi zens, remarkable for their generosity and readiness to help in the cause of charity,'have sent along unsolicit ed donations for this very worthy ob ject. This is the only institution of jtr kind In this part of the Slate, and its doors are ever open to tlie aged ami infirm of every class ami creed. Those on the lanil might make gifts of flour, fruit; vegetables, butter, eggs etc., which are so freely given by Pro vidence in. such a bounteous season as t 'lis, and would be so helpful in carrying on this very desorving in S'tituUon. . The ever-moving spirit of Christmas is tliat of'Christian charity and will find a ready means of ex pression here in'bur own town-and district....
"ONLY JUST FRIENDLY" [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
"ONLY JUST FRIENDLY" At the Goulburn Police Court yes t(inlay, Crccy Connor of Taralua, was committed for trial on a charge of havint: maliciously set fire to crass crowing on the property of Cecil Joseph Connor at Newfound land, Bannaby, near Taralpra. Cecil Joseph Connor, the plaintiff, said that accused's father and he were first-cousins. The relations between witness and' accused were "only just friendly."
BENDICK MURRELL. ILLNESS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
BENDICK, MURRELL. (From our .Correspondent). ILLNESS ^ Mv. E." James of Neil and James bakers, was conveyed to Young a few days ago, suffering from some form of paralysis, but is now pro gressing1 favourably. Teds many friends wish him a speedy recovery HEAT . . The heat wave still continues 102 degrees, on Friday and 103 Sat urday being registered. Light rain totalling 20 or 30 points feel on Sunday'night with a likchood of a continued welcome fall. FIRE Another outbreak of fire is re ported from the Soldier Settlement which occurred on Mr. J. Vass's. block a few days ago, destroying about 5 acres of grass. A quantity of valuable hay was saved by the timely arrival of a nun^bor of set tlers. A number of local residents left for the metropolis on Saturday to spend the xmas vacation under more favourable conditions than those prevailing locally. .. - MR." LOUGIIUN'S VISIT Mr. Loughlin. M.L.A. will address a meeting at Bendick Murrell on Saturday evening next at S-30 P.M. The Followin...
RAILWAY TRANSFERS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
RAILWAY TRANSFERS The following railway transfers I «re notified:-Mr. C. W. Ot% S. J1 Murrumburrah, has been transferr I td to Berry. He will be succeeded i by Mr. C. S. Dawson of Oberon. Mr. W. S. Smith, relief officer, Goulburn, has been appointed N.O. Duri. Shunter E. F. Matthews has been appointed guard, Harden, and Shun | tcr W. E. A. Wynefield, lias been I appointed to Cowra. Messrs. F. L. Williams, A. I. Lar ! combe and C. Withers, shunters, De I mondrille, have been appointed sic ! nalmen, Demondrille.
CURRENT NEWS. XMAS TRAINS FROM YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
, CURRENT NEWS. XMAS TRAINS FROM YOUNG. Anticipating the requirements ,or the public and employees in Bhops at Young, Mr. J. D, (Reid, District Superintendent, has made the follow ing arrangements to enable them spending their Christmas tuid Now Year holidays in other towns it de sired. A goods train. with, passenger ac commodation-therein-will-depart i^w ra 6.50 .p.m.i. Young. 11.40 p.m., on .Monday,.24th inst., and Saturday "Sth inst., connecting at Harden on fol lowing morningi with the up and down express trains. . On Friday, Saturday, Monday, 21st, . 22nd and 24th Inst., the "usual even-1 ing train due to "depart at 6.2)1 p.m. will bo advanced to leave Young at &lt;1.3 p.m., nnd connect at Harden with a relief train to up maid departing Harden 7.31 p.m.
MURRUMBURRAH METHODS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
MURRUMBURRAH METHODS Mrs. A. Hodges, of Albury Street. Murrumburrah hns -written as follows to the Finance Secret ary of St. Margaret's Hospital at* Darlinchurst:- Will you plenso send nie two moro books, if you: have not already sold out. So many, people here have becin asking mo for tickets and it is not difficult at' all to sell them. Mrs. Harrington of Epping in the same mnil also sent in 28/- for four books of tickets. The Christinas Present Ark Unions in aid of the babies of the Hospital' will close on Christmas Eve. Appli cations for tickcts should be mndo immediately. A postal note for 7/ and a stamped addressed envelope for result slip, sent to the Financo Secretary at Box 2765, G. P. 0. Sydney, will keep one baby for one j week, and buys a book of sevoji i shilling tickets which will give the purchaser MOO opportunities of winning any of the 200 prizes1 which arc valued at over £500. This is the last reminder which will be made to readers.
SULKY AND CYCLE COLLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
SULKY AND CYCI-E COLLIDE. A telegraph messenger named Al bert Coppln was Tilling n bicycle down i&lt;ynclx-Htrcet on Saturday afternoon, and while passing a sulky, driven by two boys, collided with the horse, which was suddenly pulled round by the youthful driver, apparently with the intention 'of driving down a by street. Young ICbppIn sustained abrasions to the face and arms, and .the bicycle was badly damaged. The driver stated that he had pulled the horse round before he noticed the lad.'
WALLENDBEEN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MAYOR RE-ELECTED. RETE OF 2d. IN THE £. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
WALLENDBEEN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MAYOR RE-ELECTED. KATE OP 2(1. JNT TOTE The miring Mayor was the only nominee for the 'Mnyornl chair for the 1 ensuing term, and wns declared re elected. NOT SPARKING TOO WELL. . The Local Government Department advised that the portion of the main roads grant for the area was £140. Aid. Forsyth was sarcastic at the dimensions ot the grant. -'Looks as If the, department Isn't sparking too wcll.'.'.lic said. TRANSFER.OF PROPERTY. Xotlce was given of the transfer of property, lots 111 and 1'2, section 2:'" Wullendbeen, from William Pitts to T. II: Smith. .. RED DAM (SAFE. J. A. Hlennett wrote suiting that tlie council need have no fear for the breaking of the lied Dam, on the Wombat road. It was too valuable to him to allow It to be destroyed through Inattention. Aid. Morrow said the absence of a flood gate In the netted-fence'allow ed the bywasli to carry the slit on to the road. - "GLORIFIED BEDLAM." . Aldermen were opposed to sending Mr. Bluett to fore...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
YULETIDE OFFERINGS v ' IN RESPLENDENT ARRAY THE CHEAPEST BY FAR - w.L-'eLff. FOR i . MANY A DAY. EAJCH-a"rac"vo 1,0 s'CTs, without or with Collar to match Mon's Fuji de Luxe Tennis Shirts, - In pleasing Natural'(Clrenm) Bhniles. EAOH-9/11. . , .. Men's Fuji de 'Luxe Sport" Shirts, which have large Collar and Open Front, are convertible to IButton-up dollar, In Natural (Cream) shnrte.' BAIOH-11/4!. ' _ Men's Cream Taffeta Sport Shirts, lniKC convertible Collars.. EACH-8/6 Men's Cream Fuji de Luxe Pyjamas very refined Slumber' Stilts, In- all sizes. SUIT-17/6. MEN'S HEMSTITCHED WHITE MERCERISED HANKIES-EACH 9d SUPER GRADE HEMSTITCHED WHITE LAWN HANKIES-ea. 1/ Bond's Triplewear Silk J Hose, Sterling Silver Collar Studs-1/r super grade. In all shades-4/0 pr. Genuine Knitted Black Silk Ties in Illicit grade English make 7/(7 anil 10/G. Cheaper Knitted Black Art Silk Ties-1/11 and 2/0. Men's Leather Military Brush Cases, containing - brushes and Comb-S/ltl and 12/fi the Outfit. Williams &...
GREENETHORPE FARMERS CO-OPERATE. CHAFF MILLING COMPANY FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
GREENETHORPE FARMERS CO-OPERATE. CHAFF MILLING COMPANY FORMED. - The' Ureenethorpe i.irmers have had enough of tho.ohl expensive and haphazard method' of cutting chaff. The Industry is quite a big one in that district, about lu.Qoo tans of chaff tiding despatched annually from the siding. At a well intended meet ing on Saturday evening it was de cided* to tioat a limited company. A drait prospectus, empowering tho is sue of 10;000 shares at it each was approved of, and h provisional direc torate appointed. . The objects of the company are to c arry on the busi ness of a rhaiT mill, buy and sell hay, chaff and other larm produce, obtain and work machinery and other agencies, and incidental objects. No shareholder will be allowed to hold less than 25 shares or more than 500, and every shareholder must be a pri mary .producer, except in those .spe cial cases approved of at the Board's discretion. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. The provisional directors are Mr. L. A. 'Martin (chairman), Messrs ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
What shall I Give ? tliis nil important- question . by assortment of (^hristmas Gift Goods You will find an answer ! inspecting (l,t: extensive at GILBERT'S. Xvlnnit,. ir.,i, 1. lIel° ;iru s,,mo »i them Aylonitc Ilai 1 Lru.-.W, 1,-,/G. 21/, 27/0, 30/, 35/. .. Military Itau- i'rushes . . . 15/0, 19/G, 21/ cach. thoto Frames '.1/0,' 5/G,. 10/, 13/0. Manicure Sets ....... 10/. 18/0, 30/, '12/, 55/. Mirrors 18/6. 25/, 30/. Shoe Lifts .. .. .. j/ei 2/G and 5/. .. Shaving Sets 18/r,. 21/, 40/, &lt;12/. l.versimrp Pencils H/d. 13/G, 10/ 27/G, 31/G, 3fi/ Jjcautiful Brass and Copper Jardinieres-8/0, 12/G, 15/, 18/G, 21/. 30/. 37/8 to'GO/. Jars. Brass Ash 1 rays, and Tobacco JEWELLERY WHICH WILL COST YOU LESS AT THIS STORE ;9oIf Hanales 9/G, 10/G, 11/G, 12/G, 13/G. rirst Quality Oct. Gold Ladies' Wristlet Watches, with Gold Mounted Moiro Strap;! I » 85/ Framed Pictures to richton the Home. W. F. GILBERT PHONE 140 YOUNG There's No Better Place TO PURCHASE A USEFUL GIFT WH.13IHE THEY SP...
IMPOUNDING OFF RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
IMPOUNDING OFPiRBSEflVCS.'. It la the determination of the Young P.P. Bonrd, as 'evidenced by the ap pointment of Impounding ollluers in ever}' part of tho district, to put n slop to iill trespassing of stock on reserves set apart for. the use of tra velling* "stock. Owners of stock so. found will bo prosecuted, and tlie way to avoid tlie unpleasantness of court proceedings Is to. keep tlie stock in the licue paddocks. ,
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. The death, is announced of Mrs. George Watson, 42, daughter of the late Peter Cnssidy, of." Burrowa During the storm, at Wyulong Mr Fred Davys, junr. whilst playing a gramophone on the verandah of hin residence, was struck by lii?htinK. Ho was knocked down.and received serious and painful' injuries to his right arm, which' was paralysed for a time. He was. winding- the instru ment at the time, and'.it'is assumed that the flash came in contact with the nickel handle. The .injured arm is now progressing favorably. Mr. J. 0. McAlister, late of Bun eendore, has bought: the property lately owned,by Mr. Coddington, on the Tcmora road, Young. Mr. Cod dincton. recently acquired Nhili. Mr. McAlister is now a.close neigh bor of a very old friend, Mr. A. \V. Scott, of Milong. Mr. Thomas Goodman Foster, of Pnrragundy Station, died, at liourke A; fire occurred in. the main street of Cowra at: cizht. o'clock on Sunday, night, in- the., premises oc cupied by. Mr. Jack. QelC...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
iBs'aTbBHsanKasanaHBaaBaBnaEannHBBEnBaiiai; ® - Let us help you select your; f XMAS PRESENT ? ® ^ Here are a few Suggestions; H GI^ASS''WATER RUTS- . .. por sot 7/0 n SALAD SUTS (.English) from-per sot 10/0 a -AFTEKNOON TEA SETS (English) .. .. per sot ;ii!/G B . -v. CLOCKS-Solid Oak Frames oncli HO/ IH , JAHDIM1HJUES .. from-cauh 3/3 a : : Also l.ai-fe'c Stocks of ALUMIXWM WA11E In TEAPOTS, a 'v KETTLES, SAUK3EPANS5, ett. H CARVERS .. Irom-pair 12/fi B ? CARVERS IN CASE Sot 21/ ? ORDER YOUR SCHWEPPES CORDIALS NOWI HIE T. CHANTS Co. HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. PHONE 2fi. YOUNG. Public Notice - JiBSSItS F. & D. NORMOY1LE d» lire to notify tlie public that tlity h»Tb Jn»t Installed an oD-to-data Rubber Tyring Machine anil oro now In a poiHloo' lo at Tyre» WHILE YOU WAIT. Inquire for our Drlcas before placing an order eUewbeno. Alib CLASSES OP VKHI CLB3 MADE TO ORDBE. - RUBBER TYUHD SULKIES A SPECIAiLTT. F. AND D. NORMOYLE ,-r PROVE 254 VOVBLXi STREET .' TODNO. - BOORD'S ~ DR...
SECRETS OF STATE. CHAPTER. V IN WHICH ENID ORLEBAR IS PUZZLED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
i SECRETS- OF STATE. ' \ , BY ' ' WILLIAM LE QUEUX, Author of "The Invasion of End* ' land," "Fntnl. Fineevs,!' &o. CHAPTER. V IN WHICH ENID ORLEBAR IS PUZZLED .. Indeed, it was only, by dint of sclf contro) that he could , be civil to bis host. His -fellow guests wove of divers typos a couple, of peers ami their wamen-ktrj!. ii popular actor-mailag er, two diplomats, and several mili tary men «f more or less note-two of them, like the hast, occupying hitch positions at the War Office. Such gathering were of frequent occurrence in Hill Street. It was popularly supposed that Sir Hugh, by marrying his Majesty's Minis ter's . -widow had married money, and was thin able to sustain the position he did. Other military men ill his position found it difficult to make both ends meet, and many cn vied old Hugh Kicombe and his wealthy wife. They .were unaware that Lady 'hlcbar, after the settle ment of lu!' husband's estate, had found .herself with practically noth ing, and that her ma...
YANNAWAH v TUBBUL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
YAN-XAWAH V TDBBDL.. The local team journeyed to Yanna&lt; ?'?wall on Sunday- last and suffered; dev feixt - to the ? extent of 18 runs'. .. Y an;' Hawaii won the , toss and decided to bat, Tubbuljonly. bad nineplayers present, and'some considerable time elapsed before, substitutes were, sent out to field.. The fielding;of .Tubbul was sometimes, weak', wliereas the fielding of Yannawah was all'that1 could be expected-superb. iA very great improvementhas been wrought1 in this newly-formed club. U. Willis and S. James were the opening bats men; to the. bowling, of Tim,. West and W. Wells. ' Off the first ball IWiHis drove "West for two, and then settled down to compile, with vigor ous hitting, a . score-of-S2 ? before be-,, ing caught by a substitute, off the bowling of fWelis. Yannawah's first wicket;'Aid: riot fall - until'the..' total "as 25.T.' Adnms then went-in and driving a: ball back to the bowler, was held by: West J. Comerford; followed' and did likewise.-':; * '56me...
A GRENFELL WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923
A GRENFELL WEDtHNG: Mr. John H. Hughes and Miss- Ro setta Giles", "of Grerifell,' were married by Rev. G. Cowie, IB.A.-, in St. An drew's . Presbyterian iCitmrcli, Greii fell. .\IIsh Fanny- Giles was brides maid'and Mr. Pi Flanagan West man-. EAGLEHAWK AND CROW. SCALPS: Tne - Young- P.P. Board decided" by a majority vote at its meeting last .Saturday to continue paying the 2/ bonus tor eiiglehawk scalps, and. the'.' Gd. foomis for crows. In' 1921 the aniount paid out for scalps was £128 lr'fi: in 1922, £66/0/3; and-this year £127/7/-, ihere having been 112 eaglo hawk scalpp presented' and - 4646 crows. .. '