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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

Christmas Gift Goods AT THE , Men's Store A ? man can't tell you Just what he would like; probably he doesn't know; but the chances are that Inside of two weeks after Christmas he'll be coming In to buy some* thing,hevwants that you could hav» given l him for a Christ - mas Box. Tlio Men's Shop Is showing a line lot of <Gltt Goods, such as Shirts ot Fuji, Fuji da Luxe, Fino Ztfphyr and Tob ralco; Tics ot Silk, m Knitted and Blubber-lined, also Bats wins Bows; Cashmere Socks In all the favored shades and smartly embroidered; Ilond's Sylkc Arto Socks In several shades; Handkerchiefs ot Linen, ILawn nnd Silk; smart '' looking Pyjamas ot Crciio and {Repp; Sock Suspenders, In dosla Shaving Cream, Braces, Sleeve Links, Suit Cases and Travelling Itugs. A splen did lot of New Hats in Greys nnd other shades has just ar rived, and everything Is ready *or> the Christmas shopping. The " tendency to purchase useful ? articles' 13 Increasing every year, and you'll appre ciate the se...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER ON STOCK ROUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

WATER ON STOCK ROUTES. Commenting on the policy o£ tile Young P.P. 'Board; and' the state of ' its finances, which showed a balance' in general fund ot S16S/5/4, and £611' 10/4 in the reserves improvement fund, CJiainnan Tout spoke of the ne cessity for providing water on stock routes. Having-now- got the-mafter: of rabbit destruction .well in liand. the. Board must turn-'its;attention to this: other- important work. Directors concurrdd, afntT'it looks-as if thlsi matter tfiU'come up for .review early next year; '' : ?

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Governor's Car Stolen. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

Governor's Car Stolen. ..Motor., thieves-. are . very- .busy in Melbourne'. TIig ? Btato Govornor, Lord ' Stradbroko, had .his jBuIck car stolen .from: outside; the . Melbourne .Club:yesterday;afternoon.': It Is -still 'missing;.', :' .. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND XMAS CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

CHURCH OF ENGLAND-XMAS CARMVAk.' On Saturday, 22nil Instant, a grand. Christmas carnival with Xmas treea, «tc" will be held ID- St.;' John's? Hall; Younc. The function -is beinj? look ed forward to with much interest, especially by the children?' for whom a large and varied" stock o£ Xmas toys, -etc., has been provided. Ad mission to the hall-iS'free.- In addi tion to the supplies-, which Father . Christmas will have displayed on the Trees, there will} be. a number of; stalls where useful Xmas nresents Vcan be purchased, including kewples, celluloid dolls, balloons, confetti, jazz caps, and a large- varloty of- toys. Ice crtani. cool.drinks, etc., will also be-avallnble. In addition, a> concert programme Is being arranged. T .carnival Is hcfng.heid.'as a prelimin ary. to:th e grand annual Summer Keto and Is' in aid of the Church of Eng land funds. In parts of the Taree districts cattle are suffering from what-is known as "white'eye," believed to'' be rawed* by'tfie continual stir...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MURRUMBURRATH SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

; MURRUMBURRATH . (From ;ouiv Correspondent)';* : . SCHOOL OF ARTS; Mr. P., O'Brien ..'.(vice-president) pre sided at the monthly meeting of. tho ' School of i Arts;, ? 'Also: present, Mes srs Vic Smith;;'A;: IW/; Paige, C." Ben nett) IU: p.-Arthur, It.' D: .tHeggaton, , '.J. <D... Matthews : (treasurer)- and. A.:"? Argiumbau'. (secretary)r The trea surer's statement, sliow'ed the, receipts for/ November as £29/2/3-; ' expenses, £25/7/110;'? leaving a credit balance on Uhe'month's-'.working. of.W-i/lfc "The ?. ; balance "in the; bank is' £7/8/-,.against .which there/are outstanding cheques ' , of .£2/7/10) ,leavlng'a; riett balance -of .'£4/12/10.:Accounts - amounting, to..£(i ; 117/6."'?were'i passed -for payment. :,ilt was, resolved ,< to - again.. affiliato-l ^yitu the-- N.S;W.?, Literary.;.Institute =Asso .ciatloni'i.'V-: ' . The slib-cpmniittee oi! the proposed : Queen; cgmpetftlon.reported; that- tho sub-committees' of - the three bodies ? Interested woul...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NURSE LEADSTHE STATE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

LOCAL NURSE LEADSTHE STATE iXTirab SmelJIe.f df- Bt: - John's- Nurs Ins Home, Young, headed the State In the recent examination conducted by the Victoriajsg&Iidwives Board.: Two other St. .J6'Sn!s': nurses recent ly passed- a- similar- examination- ii> Svdney. We congratulate Nurse Smellie and the Matron of the hos pital on the distinct success.

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

DEATH OF MRS. BEACHAM. Mrs. Emily Ueacliam, aged 65 years, i died in tlie Grenfell hospital after a short illness. The remains were in-! terred in the Church of England cemetery, the Rev. P. S. '.Moore ollt elating. The- deceased leaves one grown-up son and three daughters.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT THE SCRATCH OF A RABBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

NOT THE SCRATCH OF A RABBIT; The Stock Inspector, Mr. T.V, J. Smith, reported ut the Young P.P. Board meeting on Saturday that the district was In splendid order, with plenty of feed and water everywhere. The - majority of the wheat crops Were good, and cutting for liuy had commenced. Shearing had been com pleted, and some of the district clips sold returned top prices. The dis trict was free from rabbits, with the roads and reserves dug out. One could travel for miles and not see the scratch of u rabbit.

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

/ -'H?!?** I DEATH. v air." James Whalan, a well known -.resident of Stockinhingal for many years, died in the Cootamundra Dis i trict ' Hospital on-Friday. Deceas ed, who was unmarried, was 62 years of .age. .Miss Wlialan, of Young, is a niece. The burial was made in the Portion of Cootamundra ceme tery.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG HAUL OF CROWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

BIG HAUL OF CROWS. Records or fish.hauls usually smell of exaggeration, and are always ac cepted turn grnno; but' here Is a re cord crow catch, which is vouched for by cheques paid by the Young P.P. Hoard. C. Bourke, of Geraldra, near Stocklnblngal, built a netting crow trap, and caught about 600 (£T2 worth) up to the end of the June quarter. Since then his haul 01 sable "croakers"- was in the vicinity of 720. The last cheque paid by. the Board amounted to £17/17/-, or close on- £30 for the year.. Something to crow: about! ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEXT WAR. ARSENAL WORKS OVERTIME.' DR. NORWOOD'S STATEMENT. (Australian Press Association Cable.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

NEXT WAR. ;. ARSENAL WORKS OVER TIME.' DR. NORWOOD'S STATEMENT. (Australian iPresn Association Cable.) - {LONDON, Dec. 17.-Dr. Norwood, j pastor of the fcity Temple, declared j in u sermon that the "Woolwich ar- \ senal is working overtime on the j manufacture of millions of gas masks | which would bo issued to every per- j Hon in the danger zone of air raids if i Britain Is again involved in wur. Dr.^Norwood states: 'Wly informa lion is reliable. The statement Is mado with the object of showing how false sentimentality is all this talk concerning the (League of Nations. I don't blame the authorities who art making those preparations. 3-Iostlll lies, if they do come nguin, will be so sudden that safeguards against them will ho too late."

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOTAL WRECK. AUSTRALIAN BOUND STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

TOTAL WRECK. AUSTRALIAN BOUND STEAMER. LON'IJON", Dec. 17.-The steamer ArmnKli. bound for Brisbane from Liv erpool, went aground on Wvetment, nenr Crosby Lighthouse, yesterday evening, and five hours later broke In linlf. The vessel Is now a total wreck. The crew were landed at Liverpool tills morning.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIRTEEN BURNT. YOUTH'S AWFUL REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

THIRTEEN BURNT. YOUTH'S AWFUL REVENGE. ISKIBMN', Dec. 17,-Thirteen per sona were liurnt to death when a Unrn near Welpzid. which had shel tered twenty-five men ami women tramps and unemployed, _cauglit fire. It is believed that a young wastrel, who perforred associating with trampH although he had a homo,-set fire to the hnrn as a revxmge because the real tramps ejected hlra- from their shelter.

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

GENER'Al*. In- view or the recommendation of | the shire engineer at the last meet-; ing of the Shiro Council; that the | . roads- mentioned in the petition for warded by the ©dgefenr Progress As sociation, bo attended, to, it would be better if a gang was put to work im mediately on the culvert at about the 2o mile peg, for there all teams, no ? matter1 from - where'- they, come at that ' end of the district, will have to face a deal of anxiety, and it is absolutely 'certain that after-two or three loads | have crossed it it will be utterly im passable fors a car. The schools have entered on their; : Xmas; vacation. Mr/ Britton (Tub-. bulV, left for,Sydney on (Friday.and .'Miss Martin' (Edgefern) departed;? om the same-day,

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

ACCIDENT. On Tuesday, 4th December* a nasttf find "unfortunate,accident befell Jlr Jack Clark while overhauling Ills header. Fixing, the comb, It fell on to the thumb ol-hls-right hand, caus lnp a fracture. It-waa some con siderable time before he - could ex tricate his thumb, and then only, with assistance. Receiving medical at tention, he Is-progressing very -satis factorily, although lt-ls a-very unfor tunate happening at.thls period, when it'is'necessary for us all,to.have the

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUBBUL. RAIN.—HARVESTING DELAYED. —GOOD WHEAT SAMPLES.— ACCIDENT.—BAD ROADS.— CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

; TUBBUL. (From: our Correspondent). RAIN".-HARVESTING DELAYED. -GOOD WHEAT SAMPLES ACCIDENT BAD ROADS. CRICKET. "Very- trying weather baa been ex perienced durinft the past -week. On Wednesday night, a Btbrm sprang up, but veered right around Tubbul, the day having been rather hot and sul try. A tire In the Mllvnlo district on the' same night was very clear to the ., vision from the Siding, being reflect ed in the sky very much. From re ports It appears that the lightning setflro to a grass paddock; Stripping is the order of the <Iny with practically every farmer.ln the district, and some very tine samples of wheat nro being realised. On Thursday last the first wheat of the season was delivered*, to the pool by Mr. S. J.- Clark, who took ad vantage of the presence: of i a bulk truck.' The wheat was of the Can berra variety, and'was very full and well matured. The chrondrometer showed It to weight C6.J lbs. to the bushel. Mr.'IClark has a daal honor to bis credit, for not...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS. GLENKINCHIE CHALLENGE FOR COMPETITION IN THE SOUTH-WEST [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

BOWLS. GL'ENKINCHIE CHALLENGE FORi COMPETITION; IN THE; SOUTHiWEST The; Glenkinchie Challenged Trophy, a magnificent silver cup, standing, eighteen inches high', on u solid black. pedestal and surmount od with the figure of victory,, now on view at Stewarts, the chemist is to be played; for. in rink competit ion between the clubs in the South western Bowling Association. Six wins i in succession or twelve wins in all, entitles a club to permanent possession of the trophy. Matches to be played on the holders' green. YOUNG-FORBES. MATCH: The team to meet'. Forbes, at Young, tomorrow is as follows: (1)Wood, Breden, Rabbetts, Guigni (2) Normoyle; .Western,' McLennan Laxen. . (3) Coates, Carrie, Rintoul, Stew art; HOLIDAY' ARRANGEMENT The Young club's holiday arrange ments are Boxing Day, Vice Presi dent's trophy, commencing at-. 11" a.m. December 31st. Rinks or pairs . competition, at' 11- a.m. Jan. 1st. Commence , 2^30' p.m;: (may have a: visit from Wagga Club Jan. 2nd: to be: arranged...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNSEASONABLE SNOW. TWELVE PERSONS' FROZEN TO DEATH IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

UNSEASONABLE SNOW; TWELVE PERSONS' FROZEN TO DEATH IN AMERICA; . .CHICAGO. 14th Doc-Twelve por sons were frozen-to death la a,snow storm, which swept tho entire south west., where- climate is semi-tropic nl nnd snow is rare. The blizzard, which- was accompained by high winds, (Ud most'damage in Texas and Now Mexico, stopping railway, and motor traffic and disrupting com munications. Rescue parties have been organised to dig out seventy-two snow-bound motors, containing over 300 passengers, who have been strand' ed- for twelve-hours. . "Meanwhile the' severe scold wave isi progressing east ward, penetrating - even to. Florida, which is renowned as a winter-resort.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEMONDRILLE DEFEATS CUNNINGHAM CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

DEMONDRJLLE 'DEFEATS! {CUN NINGHAM CREEK.. DemontlrlUe, 102'flDcasey: 3S, Wood 37, Carter 10; Salmon '5/33, Jamie son 3/>22) defeated Cunningham Creole 63 (Smtih 23, Cohen 13, Davis 10; 'Doaaoy' 6/20, Lawtoa; 4/44)> by 37 runs, at Demondrille.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. MORE RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 18 December 1923

THE: :WEA/2IpBR^ . MOREF RAIN: IFui'tHor* heavy- sht>wers: toll last night' resulting: in' So points being re gistered! atOfoung: tbiis'morning bring tag the total for the two-days :to:140 points.-: . . ' . .TEMPERATURE. . Max. 82,. .OMn. 66;. DROUGHT'BREAKING. RAIN6. .. The- State: Meterologlsfc, air.- Jinxes, is Htill .opUmtatio regarding tlio. prog-' pccti ot .tho .drought iA.thp.dry areas] oC, Sow South' .Wales, breaking . fHe says - they arc* hotter." now* tliuir any time since the Juno rains. " Ono. of tKej widest', known and most charitable personages in the Addons, and- Tujnutvdistrict; Mrs. Sarah Ann ,SHarp," relict of the latp Heni-y Sharpe,' of "Greenmlls, Adelone, died, rather, suddenly at: her residence, Tumut, on Monday last, at the age of-78.

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