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LEAVING ATHENS. Greek King and Queen. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

LEAVING ATHENS. Greek King and Queen. ATCIBN'S, Dec. IS.-The King anil Queen ol Greece are leaving tor Itou mania tonight. The Government in formed the King (hut it was udviaablo to lenvo Greece until the National Assembly ilccldcil what regime was host homing for the country.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAYTHING OF POLITICIANS. BRITAIN'S FOREIGN POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

PLAYTHING OF POLI ? TIC5ANS. 'BRITAIN'S FOREIGN, POLICY. Mr. W. M. Hughes, in an address last night dealing with the dangers and difficulties of the lEmpii'e, said the foreign policy of the Empire was the plaything of party politics in Britain.

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

THE BOAMBEE. TOTAL WRECK FEARED. According to advices received this morning, the Boambee may beconio :i total wreck. .The steumer Kiuch ;>la will be dqspatched by the IN'ortli Coast Company this evening to tho iicene of tlie Boambee wreck, with sal vage gear and underwriters represen tatives. II tlie;vessel cannot be re-j iloated, an attempt will be made to remove tlio cargo. Heavy seas are running this morning at Tweed Heads. A later message to-day states the position of tlie vessel is unchanged. .The crew are still aboard, but safe.

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

PARLIAMENT WORKING OVERTIME. The Legislative Assembly continued sitting all night. The -Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Bill passed ;all' stages bjr 1 o'clock. The second reading of^ the Monopolies (Bill was completed at 2.20 a.m., after which it -passed through the committee stages. Despite the alleged promise by the Governmeht tlmt- this would he the last business ton - the night, the Ju venile Migrants Apprenticeship Bill, to which 'Labor opposed, was in troduced. A bitter -fight followed. Having passed the second reading, the committee stage was begun, and 'the result was & series of rowdy Idivisions. There --was-practically no; debate.. Mr. Bavin moved the gag' on each clause up to breakfast time. -The gag was, applied, liine'times, and. IS . divisions were taken, with six clauses passed. Continuing after (breakfast, the division;; io lljl totall ed 37 for the sitting, of which 32 we're ou tliis bill. ? There are still four clauses to pass. ; Those mem bers like iLoxton...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNDER THE SEAT. ANOTHER DEAD BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 19 December 1923

UNDER ''THE SEAT.. ANOTHER BEAD BABY. A telegram from Sydney stutes iffli'at tlie fourth dead baby horror wltlitn a short period occurred yes terday: when the cleaner of St. Mary's Cfathedral found, under a seat, a brown paper parcel' containing the body of a male child.

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 — 20 December 1923

CHURCH OF ENGLAND XMAS CARNIVAL. On Saturday, 22h«l instant, n grand CliriBtmiis carnival with Xmas trees, etc., will lie held in St. John's Hall, Young. The function is being look ed forward to with much interest, especially by the children, for whom a large and varied stock, of 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 he a number or stalls where useful Xmas presents can be purchased, including kewples, celluloid dolls, balloons, confetti, Jazz caps, and a largo variety of toys. Ice cream, cool drinks, etc., will also be available. In addition, a concert programme Is being nrranged. T carnival Is being held as a prelimin ary to the grand nnnual Summer Fete 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
XMAS TRAINS FROM YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

XMAS TRAINS FROM YOUNG. , Anticipatingthe requirements of the public anil employees In shops at" Young, air. J. I). IReld, District. Superlntenilent, has made the follow ing arrangements to enalile them spending their Christmas nmi fiew Year, holidays In other towns If de sired. A goods train with passenger ac commodation therein will depart flow ra 0.50 p.m.; Young 11.40 p.m., on Monday, 24th Inst., and Saturday 29th Inst, connecting at 'Harden on fol lowing morning Mth the np and down express trains. On Friday, Saturday, Monday, 21st. 22nd and 24th Inst, the usual even ing train due to depart at 6.21 p.m. will be advanced to leave Young at ff.H p.m.. and connect at Harden with a relief tralu to up mall departing Warden 7.31 p.m.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BETTING.. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

LATEST BETTING.. Quotations for the Villiers last night were as -follows:-Grotesque, Note, Julia Grey, The Epicure, Hop plclter, Ignition, Secret Wedding, (VVlsh Wynne, -Montoro, iPopaway, Mont Clair. For Summer CupKerryland, El Dorado, Note, Molyneux, Master Ca gou, Eudorean, Kashmir, Wirrimali, The Epicure. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAID HE WAS DRUNK. RAILWAY GUARD'S EXCUSE FOR STEALING SHOES. RAILWAY [?]ILFERING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

SAID HE WAS DRUNK. RAILWAY GUARD'S EXCUSE FOR STEALING SHOES. .RATLW'AT WUFEItlXG. At jtlowra Court,, a.rallway guard named George R TrUBkett,' was chur ned with huvtiig i:i£, pairs .of ladies mid children's shoes on his premises reasonable* Supposed to have been stolen, valued at JE3/ilo/*. Detective Gillis und Sergt. Rowley went to defendant's residence in Rail way street,: and there fouud the miss ing good£. Defendant' afterwards admitted to the detective that he-had taken the goods while drunk. Tho SJM., in fining defendant £10., in default three months* gaol, said1 that potty pilfering' on the railways . was tno common,, aad would have to ; be stopped. In regard to defendant's | excuse re drunkenness, he said that 'was a very poor one, as a drunken Kiiurd may cause loss of life.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMER CUP—1 mile S furs. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

SUMMER CUP-1 mile S furs. To 1)0 Run Boxing Day-December 26 THE EPICURE .. .. S 11 NOTE 8 6 JULIA G'RE'Y .. .... . . 8 6 MObYNEAUX 7 11 .MASTER CtAGOU 7 10 KING OP THE FOREST .. 7 10 KEIiiRYtAND 7 9 KASHMIR .. 7 * EL DORADO 7 3 WtRUlMAH 6 11 ROY FRANCIS 6 11 EUDOREAN .. .. .>. .. 6 9. IMFEYAN . . 0 7

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UP-TO-DATE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

UP-TO-DATE A phrase about bananas of t:n tirintc persistence has 'Jevelopf'l *i nathetie variation outside an Inst Knii hospital. On the rn'ilin ;s is n notice-" Yes, we have no money.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINAL ACCEPTANCES. VILLIERS STAKES—1 mile. To be run on Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

I PINAL ACCEPTANCES. VILLIERS STAKES-1 mile. To be run on Saturday. ?WISH WYJS'NE 9 4 ' JULIA GffiEY 9 0 THiK BPICU'IWC ........ S 13 Sill MiUTUA'ND 8 11 MONTOHO 8 9 NOTE S 6 GROTESQUE ' 8 3 POPAWAY « 2 HOPPIpKER .. .. .. .. 8 0 TRIMAlCJRE .: 7 12 DANGER ZONE 7 12 BAROSOA 7 8 PBRCYRUS .. .. .. .. ..7 7 PAIR EXCHANGE .. 7 7 MONT CLArR .. .. .. .. 7 3 IGNITION 7 2 LA HENOS .; 7 0 AlLlL TOHEAT ........ 7 0 WHITE LIT/Y 6 12 LADY EVA 6 7 SECRET WEDDING .... 0 7

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECRETS OF STATE. CHAPTER VI. Beneath the Elastic Band. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

SECRETS" OF STATE. BY . r . | WILUAM LE QUEUX, Autlior of "Tlie Invasion of Enrr land," "Fntnl Finuers." &c. cHAarrjat vii Beneath the Elastic Band. Waller I'Vtlli.T.Mton strolled WICK Unit uH;M I" tin! illnsy chambers he run toil in HiillecH Street. off'. Oxford street, as ii pted-ii-torre when in Lon don. Hie was full or apprehension, full of? ciirl.i-iliy. as,to v.iio this Ur. WolrmuiHh cmild be. <lle entered Ills darkling, shabby old third floor room unci throw him self Into tlii! armchair liuforo the flro to think. It wan a room without beauty, merely walls re-papered once every twenty years, nnil furniture of the mld-Viiiiiiian era. The mantel shelf in ill" bedroom still bore stains from the medicine bottles which con soled the final hours of the lust ten an* II man nhont whom u curious j itory was mid. It seems that lie round a \\Vst Kn<l nnchtm\ge there, not when !i" had retired. hut when he wus In Hit- very prime of his life, life never Mid any...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIS MORNING'S GALLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

. THIS MORNING'S GALLOPS. The filial gallops at Uanilwlck took plucc thin morning lor the A.J.C. Sum mer meeting. Fast times were re corded. Mont Clair put up the morn ing's record of G furlongs in l.l:ti&. Nygeo beat La Bonos anil Grotesque la 1.17. Tho Summer Cup favorite, DIghton, AVUB an absentee.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT A WETTING—A WEDDING. A GIRL'S RUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

; NOT WETTiWG WEDDING. A GIRL'S RUSE. A girl living |n n' small town not I? hundred miles (ram GouUmru' (writes (imilhiirn "Tost") caused a sensation oni! day this week. '!Her clothes were foil ml 011 the hank .of* a ereek, nnil drafting operations were resorted to. No corpse. Iiowevor, was recovered. Next morning; It was found tlmt the missing girl lmd hied to n neighbor ing town and become a wife. Hor ? parents, it is said, wore opposed to her marrying. The ruse was a. clov er one, "as the girl, by.Its means, ob tained siifllcicnt time to have the mar riage ceremony performed. "

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
XMAS RACES. VILLIERS AND CUP [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

XMAS RACES. VILLIERS AND . OUP. 'A . telegram from Sydney to-day saya there is little to cliooae between Noto and Grotesque tor the Vllllors Stakes, who are eiiual favorites.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. LEY'S REPLY. THE ALLIANCE FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

>MR.i L'EV'-S REP4.Y.? ; - TiHlB AUUA'NCIE (FUNDS. ' j « "I can quite understand Mr. Mam' mond's angcA" a a id '.>Ir. [Ley, Minis ter for Justice; "From Ills long .ex planations two tilings .which 1 sus pected lmvo been mind.o clear. The first is that hundreds nt pounds col lected at victory fetes for'thopurposo Of Tjo'lng iysc'd for the,referendum have been ^pe'ntMn other'ways. " The ue.c ond is that tho Alliance has no mon ,ey. It would uppear'that at the pre-, gent moment it is- 'wording 'on an.! .overdraft. ) Jn view,': of', jtlie' ;.recent. 'admissionthat the'V-Alliance'1 could not .^bpa to: eater: tli"e referendum -hope of success'' with-' fiim'in dbriald{ffable'>sti»nv.a»d h fund 'St itfjnJpHat £o0,00t^ tttejwufillc must' Judgo"for"ithems{ilvasAip8! tp whether. ptaro was hny/raai rinifibty ;on tlioi paVt of tho, siyne nrohibltlopiBts. to engage to* a content, with thB'ttquotv people in March next, when tlie Alll . .«m<jo chest-would have ibeeri empty.",

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SINGLE ELECTORATES. PREMIER'S PERSONAL VIEW [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

.~r SINGLE ELECTORATES. PREMIER'S PERSONAL VIEW The Premier made it very dear in the House, that he was personal ly in favour of the system of single electorates. He. was questioned by Mr, Mark Gosling as to whether the Govern ment proposed to revert to the single . electorates system and utilise the Federal rolls. The matter of -using the rolls, the Premier said, has been consider ed by the Chief Secretary's Depart-' '? ment-for years but 110 decision had | been'arrived at.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROHIBITION IN N.S.W. MINISTER'S STATEMENTS RESENTED. MR. LEY'S "UNHAPPY POSITION." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 20 December 1923

PROHIBITION IN N.S.wf 'MINISTER'S STATEMENTS RESENTED. MIR. LEY'S "UNHAPPY POSITION." ®ev. >R.'iS. B. (Hammond, leader of the prohibition niovement iu New Soutli Wales, reply ing to statements made by the Minister of Justice, Mr. Ley, with regard to funds collected for the conduct of a campaign in favor of prohibition wlien the referen dum was being . taken, said that the' question was Irrelevant;- and was ask ed. in such a way as to suggest that wrong use . had licer. made o£ them. They strongly resented the sugges tion as being without foundation, and merely "a smoke screen" to cover Mr. Ley's unhappy position In being I caufeht cheek by Jowl with the brew i era' party in a crucial division in the House. i 'When the referendum fight started, i said ?flr. <Hammond, an extended over I draft was arranged tor, lind plans ile j Veloped to meet the promised poll. I Bad the. .party been' in bad 'financial i shape, ns Mr. ney suggested, they I would gladly have been a party ...

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 — 20 December 1923

TO-DAY'S NEWS JN BKiEF. The minister for' Railways, iv-pj ing to aiv. Jainns MeGirr in the piumsod to bring under tin* not in of the Commissioners the fart. tha there had been a serious loss *»f iii> through traffic pussiug over low f»? - crossings on tins railway .lino at 'iv mom, wiih » view lo endeavoring {< provide safety alarms. Air. \VaJh»r George Adams, young est son of '.Mr. ami i.Mrs. H, J. Adams of Brooklands, Orookwell, died in ti.» Sydney Hospital on December JJ. I'oi lowing an operation. lie had .s-u fered severely for some. weeks, ami had recently removed from i ii. Vrookwell .r.Utfage Hospital n> Sw! uey, but tin? host of medical skill proved unavailing. The dec»as.-d was twenty years of ago and was highly esteemed in his mitiw town. .Messrs William Harrv Adams i Was? ga). Charles and Austin (Btirrov.ai. and .Martin {/.'roolnvelJj are bn>>h»-»N The sisters are ."Airs, *11'. Gllnmur « Khe 'Dock) and 'Misses Aihy and Ada Adams (Sydney) and Olive n...

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