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COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

COMMERCIAL. YOUNG FLOUR MILL. Wheat 4/. Flour £11. 5Bran .£7/5/. PoUard £7/5/-.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

CRICKET. The following team will represent Tipp'irary C.C. against Burrows, at Barrowa, on iUoxing Da}% : for Spring Cup. iPlowes lorry, will leave Al bion Hotel cornor at 8.30 sharp: U. 'Wilson, C. Henry, L. *Hanlon; It. Jones,* II. CUgtzler, J. [Caldwell, F. Rogers, Or Stevens, >U. IBarnes,-fJ-.iater, L. Hammond, II. Wooclbririge, «W. Mc Ilihatton, AV. Caldwell. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOTS IN THE DARK. THIEVES CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

' SHOTS IN THE DARK. THIEVES CAPTURED. Shortly before three o'clock this morning a nightwatchman surprised three men in the act of robbing the premises of Simpson 'Lonsdalo and i>Co., cardboard box manufacturers, in RGdfern. Securing the aid o£ two constables, the .watchman called on the men to surrender, but they refus ed. He then firod into the darltness aind a scream told that a shot had taken effect. One of the men was 'auhseyuently found wounded in the -leg and taken to a hospital. The l-'Other two were also captured.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THINGS IN GENERAL. CONDUCT OF PARLIAMENTARIANS.—COMEDY OF LAW-MAKING.—A SOLUTION.—-THE GROWTH OF OFFICIALDO[?]. —REDUCE THE RAILWAY FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

THINGS IN GENERAL |; CONDUCT OF PARLIAMENTARI ANS.-COMEDY OF LAW-MAK ING.-A SOLUTION.-T H E GROWTH OF OFFICIALDOM. -REDUCE THE RAILWAY FREIGHTS. («y Ail Occasional iRunililw). Our ji.viliioy press says: ; Isifion or ihf- N.SiVV. Parllnimin ha:; ; long stood very low as it n -nit or j thf blackguardly conduct of r.-rtain r members. Jim. if tills last, and worst i jrtVnre is to be allowed (o pass un- ! punished, the House will stink in Un:! ttoHtrils of all decent people." Tin- i Ion-going refers to a disgra««i'ui pa--; between two members, n Int; which 'Mr. Tliorby said: "Ii tobr- 1 at»*d. Parliament House is no plan; t for diHM.-nl men." It will bo | ing to see what the leader and ; in iii<< Ucvi'inaiHiit and Opposition do : regarding tills thing. (What a .did chance for one of nnr iiihuImm?-, Mr. I.oughlin! 1N0 doubt he \v;!i tie-' pr*'iau? the whole proceeding bat J as one who lias assisted to niak<- Par liament unfit for our best U;- of' j men. th...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DARING ROBBERY. Sensational Incident at Redfern. TAXI DRIVER ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

DARING ROBBERY. Sensational Incident at Redfern TAXI DRIVER ARRESTED. A (larl.v si root robbery a per petrated ut itedfern on Mondny after noon. .Miss Laura Mc'.Muhon lmd beon driving round the district all the afternoon collecting money. She wits sitting iu li'-i" buggy, drawn by two horses, ouMide u building waiting (or lier assistant. She hiul the money in a bag at her side, fastened by a strap round the waist. Suddenly slio folt tin; bag being tugged away, and ? found the Btrap had been cut. Two meu woro running away. Slie followed them on loot, but the men jumped into u waiting taxi and es caped -with £S3 in cheques and £15 I in cash. The robbery had been well planned nnil swiftly executed. Miss JIcMahon is well known, as she col lects there every week. Detectives set to work yesterday morning, and In the afternoon arrest ed a taxi driver on a city rank and churged htm with stealing the money. ACCUSED -REMANDED. As a setiuel to the alleged hold-up at iRedfern, John Smollie, 26,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Daily Witness WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1923. WOOL AND WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

WOOL AND WHEAT. As district clips come on the mar "ket,tho -good priceB -prevailing are more apparent. Car whilst we have so long been hearing of the good prices ., the actual realisation of theoi bv lo cal clips brings tliom, right home. It seems to be the general opinion among wool growers, especially those who hnvo recently been attending auctions und gottlng into closer touch with the trade than most .cbiintry.peo ple have an opportunity of doing, that we have not yet reached the limit of wool values, and during the early months of the new year a substantial advance will be realised. This theory is founded on the belief thut, as the season udvauces, tile shortage, al ready apparent, will become accentu ated,, and in the scramble for. tile lots offered, buyers will bo compelled to increase their limits substantially. It Is a well known fact that, until lato ly, neither America nor Yorkshire were operating to any appreciable extent, both having adopted the pol icy of "wait awhile,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASCOT PONIES. TO-DAY'S RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

.'AS^^^ONIES.' TO-DAY'S RESULTS. ."'Races were lielfl iit Ascot to-dny. Results.- " 14.0 HANDICAP-4 furs. UITTUi LADY, SJ11 .. ... .. 1 Little Inn, 10.6 ............. 2 Sclinnpiicr, 10.0 3 Winner, 2/1' on. FLYING HANDICAP-6 furs. First Division. MEJIGYUjE, 8.3 .. . ... .. Foxy, 8.8 ... .. '.. Dora Cliipplly, 7.10 .. .. .. .. .. 3 Winner, 5/1. Second 'Division.* DUKE JIIMER, 7.S .. Thurlow, 7.8 .. 2 All Irish, 7.9, 3 'Winner, 10/1. Third Division. FOftTUKANDItA, 7.7 1 ?Green Fros. 7.7 .......... .. a . Adriatic, 7.7 .. .. 3 ..Winner, 10/1. Fourth' Division. IWAHACnK, 7.7 1 Persian Fire, 7.7 !} Soecotine, 7.7 3 Winner, G/4. Fifth Division. SU'XNY mu\>, 7.7 1 Doucement, 7.7 a Melboy, 7.7 3 Winner, 7/1 on

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

PERSONAL., -At tile .Murrumburrah Council meet ing,- Aid. R- G. Kelly (Harden) was re-elected Mayor, defeating -Aid. Hee Riitui. Aid. Kelly has been Mayor six years in succession! L. (Curly) Joyce, late ot Young, who" played good football here last season, now . resident -in-'Sydney,vis suffering from a nervous breakdown, and is in a > serious condition. Misses Dorothy and Vera Marsh, two well:known sisters ;of this town; took their departure by the Mel bourne. express , on .Friday for "Mel-, bourne. Durinjr their Ion# resi-:; dence at Young they proved - tliem selves, of sterling worth among the well , known -Dwyer family,. of Ellsr. more, who wish them every 'success;! in the new sphere of, life. ; Prior to their departure they received,: many ,useful presents, includinkt cheques from Miss Whalen and Mrs W. Lawrence (Railway- Hotel);. They are nieces of Mr..'SI,. J.'.Tior ney, paymaster. Chief Accountant's Ofiiee,,Sydney, and Mr. and ^ Mrs. F. Marsh, of Cowra.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRIDOR CARRIAGES. REMOVED FROM TRAIN. PROTEST FROM GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

CORRIDOR CARRIAGES. REMOVED FROM TRAIN. PROTEST FROM GOULBURN. KefVrenee was math? at Monday night's meeting of I Ik* (.'oiilburn j Chamber of Commerce l>y Mr. Wal pole to tins action of the Hallway -Commi.ssiouer.'t in talcing off lite cor* ridor carriages front the p.m. train from Sydney to (ioulburu, anil Hubsiitutin/.? tho old box carriages. 7»!r. Wtilpols staled that recently be travelled on the <".17> p.m. train in the box carriages, and the compart ments were beastly and filthy. 'Mr. Gordon Millsom declared that the horse boxes and cuttle trucks had gran*; growing in thom inches deop. They were also "walking alive." 'Mr. Whithum said that 'the reason why the carriages were transferred to the northern line was because the north was progressing. He -suggest* ed tbnt the member*! /or Goulburu be approached with a view to remedy ing the, defect by mnkiug veprenenta lions to the 'Minister. Mr. Knowlman said that although he was not deeply interested in poli tics. ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

YULETIDE OFFERINGS THE CHEAPESTRByTENT AKKM - FOR />. I Men's Fuji de Lu*e Tennis Shirts, ' ,'rln'< OOreain) shades. KAOII-9/1J. . wIiTm"'! FUJ' dt 'Lu*e Sport"'Shirts, il'Ich Iiavi! larse Collar and. Open ilrp convertible to mutton-up tHra' -fCreain) '"Me. Men's Cream Taffeta Sport 'shfrts, <'<"ivertll)I(. .Collars. EACH 8/G Men's Cream Fuji de Luxe Pyjamas *ery roll,,,,| Slumber Suits, in nil MEN'S HEMSTITCHED WHITE meL SU,T~1^- - SUPER GRADE HEMSTITCHED w«t ° -HANK'ES~EACH 9d Bond's Trlplcwear Silk - H«. LAWN HANK'ES-ea. 1/. ' "" H°SC' Sterling silver Collar Studs-J/. uonus I riplcwear Silk ' Hasp super Rrade. In all si .h-i""' h,eT.ln>e K"ltte'' Black Slll< Tics I w !S vlj't K"K!Mt I trs,t!a*Art s,,k ; Men's Leather Military Brush i.onijj-8/M.nnd U'/« the Outfit. Williams & Col flates Shaving Sticks,. In neat Metal containers V- EACH. ?2ES^NTATION BOXES °F HANDKERCHIEFS FOR tiI GENTLER SEX. They come In groat variety In a...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVADING THE LAW. FINANCING THE SHEARERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

EVADING THE LAW. FINANCING TH'E 9HEARERS' STRIKE. Spending !n the £jomain on Sunday, IMr. T. Carmofly, >0nc«« au organiser fo rtlio AAV.Q., -suit! that the last central brnncii 'ballot sii«»ut showed a credit of .whotHas it should have shown n deficit m* The Queensland brancli. hail advanced money, and money {had boon secured from other sources i<> cany the liraiu'h over. .When the statements were brought before CV1 r« Hailcy, MjI-.A.. h*» Bald Mr. t'nrinody referred .to the Federal IipI unce sheet of the hc?nd oillcn, and not to the central branch. Within the A.W.IT., one brancli soim-times help ed another, ami ft'Jwaa a matter of book-Ueeplns. The' Queensland mon ey was spent upon the shearers' strike last year. They were under an injunction, and could not spend their own money, sd tiny «ot it from branches outside N.SAV.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PETROL IN BULK. SAVING IN FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

PETROL IN. BULK. SAVING IN FREIGHTS. |] Some timo ago mention was made | In the Uoulburii Clinmbev o£ Com i nierce''or' ttio great -.saving which I- would bo made in railway freights j i If petrol was brought to the conn-1 try in bullr. Mr. T. P. Manion again introduc ed the matter at Mondiay night's meeting and said a saving of 10/- ' would bo inado on every 40.gallons if rif-trol was brought In drums. .'He | suggested that the. other chambers bo circularised with; a view to -intro-1 diioing tile bulk method of carriage. I It was decided that the .secretary .vyritn to the petrol distributors to oli-1 tain an opinion as to whether it is 1 possible to institute the . method | ! throughout the country. I

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.'] . 'The valuation of the itruminibur rah '.Municipality shows an .'increase of £23,47*1 in the improved "Capital value, aud :a decrease of £11,2(79 . in tlie unimproved value. The-.assess ed annual value increased by' £3i3S. ;A new rate will be struok. ' '? : . A fruit train-.will run on the Stock inbingal line to-moi'row. N.S."W. defeated South Australia (n the Sheffield Shield mu(eli';iyii/70 runs. , The'Lord Mayor, Aid., GUpin;* snys the '.Japanese Relief Fund totalled I £25,034. The expenses amounted to i only .£13/4/4. . The iPremier ? stated :last nigUti that he ihoped ;thc session , would' end» on Thursday, but lie was ufrni((. it!woulil take till iFrlday to finish' the business decided upon. ; - . A Brisbane telegram says-that the ^Queensland. /Government ,;.-tra3yler, which ;cost £32,000. has been''sold to a Sydney firm for £5000. . . ' A Melbourne messago says arrange ments are boing .made by ttje Postal Department to enable sender^ q$-par cola -to...

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 — 19 December 1923

CHURCH OF 'ENGLAND XMAS CARNIVAL. On Saturday, '22nd instant, a grand Christmas carnival with Xmas trees, etc., will be held in St. John's Hail, Younc. The function is being look ed forward to with much interest, especially by the children, for whom a large and varied -Htock of Xmas toys, etc., lias been .provided. Ad mission to the liall !is tree. In addi tion to the supplies which Father Christmas will have displayed on-the Trees, there wjll be a number of ^Stalls where 'useful Xmas presents can be purchased, including kewpies, celluloid (lcills, balloons, confetti, Jazz caps.V.and . a , large variety of toys. ' I<ie 'cream, cooi drinks, etc., will also bo'yav&ilalble.'; In addition," a concert .programme. is being arranged. T . carnival .is being hold as a .prelimin ary-to the grand annual Summer 'Pete .and is in aid. of the Church of Eng land funds. '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

^?^^ssosBBaaains EfSQfiaaaESiiaaBBajtiEjesiEuGEawSs fe Let us help you select your ;.g XMAS PRESENT Here arc n few Suggestions: OLASS .'WATEit RKTS SAI.AO SETS (.English) AI'TIOKNOON TEA SUTS ( JCnglfs/i) CLOCKS-Solid Oak Vr:imus .. .. JAIUlLN'tMruCS .. .. por ' sot 7/0 from-per set 10/(1 . .. por set cui-.li ill)/ from-each 3/9 Also f,:ir(TO Slocks of Al.U.UfX'iU.U WAR El in TEA POTS, K'OTTUjUS, KAiriOHl'A.X'S, olc. CAIlVWIiS " .. from-pair 3'2/fi CAItV'KltS IN CASK ... Set "V ORDER YOUR SCHWEPPES CORDIALS NOWl J. W. T. CHANT & Co. HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. FIIONE 21i. TOO NO. IBBOBBBBC Pttblic 'Notice &. ii D. NOKiMOYXjfl da sire to notify the public tb&C tt*jf bate Just installed an up-to-date Rubber Tyring Machine »nd are now In a volition' to lit Tyres WHUjH VOD WAIT. Inquire for our prlcee before placing an order elBowfcere. AiiL OLASSBg OF VEHI CUES MADE TO OWDHH. RUlSBBit TVRBD SULKIES A SPECIAJLTV. P-HOVB 354 F. AND D. NORMOYLE LOVBIjL 'HTRRJBT ?...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN'S WARD FOR HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

CHILDREN'S WARD FOR HOSPITAL. "Mr. F. H. Tout, president ot the Bnrrangong Hospital committee, re ferred to the necessity for providing a children's ward at the hospital, at last night's meeting. He said the problem would have to bo met next year, and the secretary was request ed to embody a suitable reference to it in the report for the annual meet ing on 23th January.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECRETS OF STATE. CHAPTER V IN WHICH ENID ORLEBAR IS PUZZLED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

SECRETS OF STATE! . BY , WILLIAM LE QUEUX, Author of "Tho Invnsion of Eng land," "Fatal Winters." CIIAPTEll V IN WHICH ENID ORLEBAR IS ' . PUZZLED .. "And why is he my enemy?" _ "Oh. that I cannot tell." "Why is he your father's friend asked Ketherstym. "They certainly seem to bo on very ffood terms." "Doctor Weirmarshjs cunning and ingenuity are unequalled," she declared. "Over me, as over Sir Hugh, he has cast a kind of .spell" Her companion laughed. "My dear Knid," he .said, "spells are fic tions of the past, nobody believes in them nowaday*. He-may.'possess some influence over you, hut sure ly you are sufficiently strong-mind ed to re si.4 his power, whatever it may. be." "No," she replied, "I am not. For that reason I fear for myself-and Cor Sir Hugh. That muti compelled Sir Ihijrh to take me to him for a consultation, and as soon as I was mine-that I war, powerless." "1 don't understand you," said Fetherston, much interested in this latest psychic problem. "Neither do I unders...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILLARDS' BRICKYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

MILLARDS' BRICKYARDS. So great has been the demand for 1>rlcks locally that during the pant year building operations have been seriously hampered because of sup plies being Inadequate. As It Beenis likely tlio brick hunger will continue throughout 1321 and succeeding yearn the well known and progressive firm of Millards (Limited have decided to make extensive additions to their brlekmaklng plant. New machinery Is- to be Installed forthwith, which will be driven by electric power sup plied by the Young Municipal Coun cil. It Is hoped to bo iible, at an early date, to produce bricks suffi cient to copo with the demands of.' Young and neighboring towns.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VALUE OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

VALUEQF MUSIC;,; Tho object of this article is to suggest ns one of the fundamental ntributes of musical beauty, as it is impressed -In the performance of music, the quality of the musical tone produced by the instrument or instruments in use. Ther are other things in music of coursc, but the calibre of any performance of music is very largely determined by the duality of the musical tone available to the performer. I>ov that reason, the music-lover seeking to know what it is he-should listen for in a musical performance in order to appraise it rightly, would be readily advised to keen steadily in view the impor tance of (rood quality of tone. Very often, it he is not an instructed lis tener,. he is led, by details of per formance- which are not really im portant;, to mistake the shadow for the substance o£ music, and by con cerning himself with those often at tractive details, to lose sight of the things that really matter. Take, for example, a pianoforte soloist's performance. ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRATITUDE TO HOSPITAL WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

GRATITUDE TO HOSPITAL. WORKERS. ; ^ ' . ...The recent school efforts on toehalf of the hospital raised the. sum jof £5, 4./TO, and. the committee recorded' their thanks to the. headmaster,' and' also to Messrs H. A. Grounds and W. Morgan for donations. At tliei con clusion o£ last niglits meeting the. President Mr. 'P. <H. Tout, expressed his gratitude to all those who'had. worked for and assisted the institu tion during the year, also to the com mittee and the hospital staff for loyal service. The suggestion of the District. Hos pital committee to retain for the m stitution "tho proceeds of all the >F.i Brigades' Art Unon tickets sold by them and their helpers lias been aii-: proved by the controlling body.

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