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X-RAY PLANT TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

X.RAY PLANT TROUBLES. The 'District Hospital lias been hav ing some trouble witli the operation of its XJRay plant. Messrs 'W. Wat-: son and S'on wrote stating that the. negative shown them by Mr. Patron! exhibited dark-room detects.-, .These] would be attended to. -Tile commit tee expressed appreciation of. My. 3Ja*'| . troni's. assistance, and contributed to-1 wards the expenses of his tvip.ti' ;

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

CURRENT NEWS; BUSY HOSPITAL'. Tho Matron of the'District Hos pital reported to the 'committee moot ing last night that 69 patients liad I been treated for tho .past .month, t''o ilallv average being'24.3. It was de cided to obtain additional nurses dur ing the indisposition of certain mem bers of the staff.

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

XMAS TRAINS FROM' YOUNG. Anticipating ithe-.requirements or. the public and employees In shops at Young, Mr. J. D. Eeld, District Superintendent, haa^made the tallow ing ...arrangements > ;'to' . enable them spending their Christmas and New Year-holidays in :6therr:' towns lr de sired:'1 A goads train with passenger ac-' commodation therein will depart Pow T.I B.JO p.m., Young 11.40 p.m., on Monday, 21tli Inst, .an<T Saturday 29th ...Inst., connecting at (Harden on foi lowing morning-with the up and down express trains. On Iriday, Saturday, Monday, 21st, 22nd and 24th Inst., tiie usual even : ing train due to depart at 6,21 .p.m., :-.will be udvanced to leave Young.at ff.3 p.m., and connect at Harden with a relief train to up-mail departing ?Warden 7.51 p.m. lAn .amusinc "comma." story . Is' told <by, Mr. Edward 'Clodd in his memoir, ol Grant Alldn. A ,com ?posltor. who dissented' stron<?ly;. from Allen's moral nhiloGophy,' "had to EETW 'AN interv...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AT THE ONE-MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

FIRE AT THE ONE-MILE. Tile residence at tlio One Mile, Grenfell, occupied for many years by the 'Wootllioiise family, was totally destroyed by flro on 'Friday night. The occupants at tlic time were Mr. and i.Mm J. iRunible and family, Mr. Rumble beins the owner of tlie liouse.

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

A PROMISING PIANISTE. Miss GlntlyH (Rabbets, A.liJC.M., daughter of Mr. anil 'Airs. W. J. Rab bets, of this town (writes Grenfell "Record.") took part In n concert by tlio advanced pupils ot Mr. (Rox do Cairos-Rego, Riven in the King's Hall,1 S'vdney, on Tuesday evening. Miss .Rabbets contributed "Troika" liy Tfichatkowsky, a pianoforte selection brilliantly executed, and cordially received by a largo and critical audi ence. Miss iRnbbnts, who Inherits music Irom both sides of tlio family, gives good promise of attaining to high achievement, and we congratu late the young lady and her parents, likewise Grenfell, upon her success.

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

CHRISTMAS CAKE This cake is well worth the tremble of icing, as it improves by keeping and the, icing need not be : done at once. Chop the very thin rind of half a lemon as finely , as possible, work it with half a pound ; of best fresh abutter till the butter . is white and creamy, then add hall' a pound of castor sugar, and won: them together for ten Minutes. Add the yoke of four fresh -oggg, ..and half a wine-glass .of brandy, also a few drops of vanilla. Work those altogether for. ten minutas moiv. then mix in a quarter of n pound of stoned sultanas, a qu.imir of a pound of sultanas that have teen picked free from stalks, and ,two ounces of mixed candied peel chop ped very finely. Whip tho whites of four eggs 'stiffly, with a pinch of salt, then mix them into other.'in-' grediepite with Half a pound of sift ed flo^r that has been warmed, two ounces' ofgr'ound rice, and half an ounce of paisley flour, mixing the whites and. flour in by degrees. But ter a round '? -cake tin ? and ...

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

BRITISH POLITICS XONDON^December 18th.:-At a meeting of the Liberal members of the House ;of Commons, .Mr. As quith said there had been no over; tures by^ the-Liberals with the lead ers of either of the other parties. He intended to preserve that free-! dom. The. government's record .was one of impotence. He would -not" move a finger to connive the pro claimatioh of their disastrous stew ardship. Mr. Lloyd 'George said com pletely agreed with Mr.' Asquiths: policy. .

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

ADDITIONS TO HOSPITAL. TENDER ACCEPTED. Tlie tender ot IR. OlDonnoll, o£ £3000, for additions to the men's ward at 'tlie Burrangong District Hospital, Young,/has been accepted by the com mittee on the recommendation of the [Health Department. Presumably '?Mr. O'Donnell's is a Sydney firm, the tender 'being first submitted to the Public ?Works Department. It is ex pected that the work will lie com menced early in the new year. The department is to be advised that £2000 will be available when required.

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

Christinas 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 he wants that you could .have given him for a Christ mas Box. The Men's Shop Js showing a lino lot of Gift Goods, such as Shirts ot Fuji, Fuji tie Luxe, Klho Zephyr nntl Tob ralco; Ties ot Slllc, jn Knitted and (Rubber-lined, also iBats ?wing Sows; Cashmere Socks In all tho favored shades and smartly embroidered; Bond's SyltK Arto Socks In several shades; Handkerchiefs of Linen, !Lawn' and Bilk; smart looking Pyjamas of Crcpo and Repp; Sock Suspondors, in dasla Shaving Cream, Braces, Sleovo Links, Suit Cases and Travelling Rugs. A splen did lot of New Hats in Greys and other shades has just ar rived, and everything Is ready for the Christmas shopping. The tendency to purchase usotul. articles is Increasing every year, and you'll appre ciate tho service Mr. Edwards will...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. SCENES IN THE STREETS. WHAT THE CHILDREN WANT. THE PAST AND ITS MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. : SCENES ;-IN THE STREETS. WHAT, THE CHILDREN WANT. THE PAST AND ITS IMD110MB3. The modern acrooges, who appeal /to bo increasing in number; still cry, 'IBnh! Humbug!" nttho mention ol OlirlBtronB.. But they' may go on contemptuously reiterating the senti-. jnent as long as they like-Christmas for all their Bneers, will remain a, festival dear to the heatfts ol those who love gaiety and life, who have in their composition a streak of kind liness, and who love the season as much for the precious memories which It stirs, as for the opportuni ties which'it brings for giving plea sure to others. Already the spirit of Christmas is abroad in the streets of Young-already, folk pass on the age-old greetings. And on every side one sees the youngsters' faces lit np with the Joy df anticipation and with wonder at the delectable toys which poop out through the glass of numer ous shop windows. The shopping season has set in somewhat earlier this year than In previous season...

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

STEAMER, ASHORE. ;CffEW SAFE. Tho wooden steamer .J3om1>ee, 2313 tons, wertt ashore ;®par. fte^'SOUtUern broakwntcr' Kotween.;the ttqads. jjrne vossol'\struok .bcrwron, and'Was lore ed high on' the' beach. ?,The; crew were landed without difficulty^The I pilot bellovjes it -the -weather «rt>der utes the vessel wiU \be; refloated-. _

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

^TiSD^ct'inir'fh1" to tili3 a" important question by at GILBERT'S°X apartment of Christmas Gift Goods \'vlnn»" rr ? ti al'° so mo of them xylonite Hair Brushes ...... 15/fi. 21/, 27/0, 30/, 35/.. Military Hair Crushes . . . 15/0, 19/6, 21/ each. I hoto 1'rallies J/0. 5/G, 10/, 13/0. Manicure Seta 10/, 18/G, 30/, 42/, 55/. Mirrors 18/0. 25/, 30/. .Shoe Lifts 1/G, 2/0 and 5/. F blmvincr Sets 1S/0.' 21/, 40/, <12/. hversharp Pencils o/O. 13/0, 1G/ 27/0, 31/0, 3G/ Beautiful Brass nnil Copper Jardinieres-S/0, 12/0, 15/, 18/0, r.' 21 -PJ,' S7/G t0 c°/. Jars. Lrass Ash 1 rays, rnid Tobacco JEWELLERY V/HICH WILL COST YOU LESS AT THIS STORE Act. Gold Golf Bangles 9/C, 10/0, 11/0, 12/6, 13/0. rirst Quality Oct. Gold Ladies' Wristlet Watches, with Gold Mounted Moire Straps ........ Framed Pictures lo righten the Home. 85/ W. F .'GILBERT PHONE 140 YOUNG ss i^jo Better Place TO PURCHASE A USEFUL GIFT'. THAN WHERE Til KY SPJSCIALIS E IN" TIIE HIGHEST C'KADH OP TOELiliT REQUISITES OF KV...

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

PLUM PUDDING. If ;made ..property, %vc have .a right to -be proud; of this .national diah;,.try this;;recipe,"arid you will be. Remember, a small plum-pud ding isnever so-goodias' a large one Half the secret of auccessliea in tW boiling ;or: steaming, which must 'not ceasg tlll time ''is up'.":. Prepare the incrediehts . the day . before, -next day 'mi'x . tliem -well,'put; into basins or'.moulds,{ and cool:.. Well wash and dry- -two. pounds* of .icur rants, stonp two; pounds of. raisins, and' pick and-'clean one -pound; anu a half of ;.suUarias.:<Pass ..one pound of mixed bandied, peel ..through a mineine vmachirie, rub one pound' and a . Half of- breadcrumbs through a Avire.'sieve,''.weigh half ? a pound, of flour, and ' two, pounds of moist sugar; chop Very' finely ;two..pounds' of beef suet,i tir ^se'/HuKonV'finely shredded/ l'he Mext.'V/niormng: put into a ilarge 'pin Vth'tf prepared cur rants, -raisins jV 'i sultanas,; ~ crumbsi mixedi; peel; c suet;,.' adding the ,...

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

GUARD INJURED ' Mr. . J. ("Brother")' Parslow, ?pruard on: the Forbcs-Stockinbincnl train, met with .an, accident, at Mil vale-early last week, ' and lias been off duty since. - Whilst coupling trucks 'at that aiding, he received a badly'crushed wrist.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRUIT TRAIN. GROWERS EXPERIMENT DIRECT SALES TO CONSUMER [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

.'FRUIT TRAIN. : GROWERS -EXPERIMENT DIRECT SALES TO CONSUME!! 'Griffifch 'fruit ' OTOwors on the MvirruWbideee irripratipri; area , arc sending the first fruit distributing train out to-morrow. It will call at ?all stations from Stockinbingal tu Pai'kes; Fruit iwiirijo sold at whole sale prices; direct from- the train. If successful, this will be follow ed by further:trains on other lines.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACROSS A CONTINENT. MELBOURNE TO PERTH ON A MOTOR CYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

ACROSS A CONTINENT. MELBOURNE TO PERTH ON. A MOTOR CY.CLE. A telegram from Perth (W.A.) elates 'that P. ArrMtrong and K. Schil ler completed the-journey from; Mel bourne to Perth In a motor cycle and side car in the record time of eight days 23 hours 12 minutes. .CL'ONCURRY TO MELBOURNE. ; Four Clergymen In a Ford. 'Four momhers of the Anglican (Bush Brotherhood of St. Barnabas, Xorth Queensland, arrived in Sydney yentorday afternoon, having driven from the Cult of Carpentaria in a Ford car. The four priests left Clon-. curry a fortnight ago. They have dono 1700 mileii bo far, and are going .on to Melbourne. iCanon (Halse, who is driving, said they had not pulled up at a pub throughout the whole trip, and when not spending, the night with friends, they camped out

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

THE WE&THE3K. I . TEMPERATURES. . Mux., «2;' m'tau 00.' : s . FORECAST..; . ! Some Isolated - coastal hHhowora in tli'o sou'tli-west; soutb-eaa^. jWImib chiefly. ,! iRphort.i fcai^crpiiT Yprk-strCOt. on Becombor ^Otti , \vns remanded at the .Central P°"c°h^" ' M-day till tomorrow, when £ quost'opens. ? ©all T.-as; -not applied totf 1 .?> "? "

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROHIBITION. WHAT I CAN DO NOW IN ITS CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

PROHIBITION. WHAT I CAN DO NOW IN'ITS . CAUSE. Tho following la the winning essay in the Young; iBand'of/Hope'Competi tion :- . illy iirst duty would be to live up to my pledge; my second to-always work in the cause of prohibition; and any third to try and help others to keep their pledges and to win more people to think favorably ,o'f prohibi tion. Strong drink .is clirae -to'ell mankind. . The Indians- call this dreadful liquor "firewater"-and how fitting tho came is. . It causes men to sin .deeply. All manner of crimes are committed wliile under Us evil influence, and all -because it dulls the senses. if we young people malcu ourselves 'believe that we will ?sever- touch a rdrop of strong drink, when' iVe grow older" and ' temptation comes, we will fintl tha£ our pledge wilWnot easily be broken; and when we have triumphed over temptation a few times it will come as a habit to refuse to drink any "firewater." Very soon the people of Australia are i 1 going to be asked to vote for ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEPTIC TANK SYSTEM FOR HOSPITAL. DEPARTMENT GOES TO SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

SEPTIC TANK SYSTEM I FOR HOSPITAL. DEPARTMENT GOES -TO SLEEP. The Public "Works Department is to be spurred about tUe proposed sop tie tank for the (District Hospital, Young. The matter has been held up for some time, and the committee men are getting anxious' about It. ."Mr. Tout reported that he had "waited on the Montgomery, Neilaon Co. and the Government Architect, anil urged the early commencement of the work. Mr. Rabbets moved-that the assist ance of Mr. Main, M/L..A., be obtain ed to push the matter, and this mo tion was carried.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. GEORGE'S DAY. Empire Exhibition Opens. (Reuter) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

ST. GEORGE'S DAY. Empire Exhibition Opens. (Renter) UCiXinOX, Dec. IS.-Tho opening day of the Empire Exhibition has been fixed for St. George's Day, April 23, DM,

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