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HOMEBUSH YA[?]DS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

IH0.M1HIHJ.31I VARUS. &YDN32Y, This Day.-Two tnoufmnu Jive hundred cuttle wore yarded at HopiebU»h UMhty. D'rline drafts ?were scarce am! values for good to prime beef were 10/. to i'U/- holier. Fortv thousand nheep were penned, including a bis proportion of youug b'ocli. Prime withers and «v».a Were noi in . plentiful supply, aud pritf:s for them rose 1/- to IV*. «Uiniba made lute rated.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. TO-DAY'S MILL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

COMMERCIAL. TO-DAY'S MILL PKICES. Whoat-4/; Flour I'll; Brnn £7 10/: Pollavd £7 10/.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

Buying and Selling on the Fundamental Prin ciple of Fair Dealing accounts for the Pro gress of Chellew Trompf & Co. SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE ;AT THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS. At the Door of the , . Post Office. (NOTE THESE VALUES: "P1NWIRE." THE IDEAL WORK TROUSERS. . These Trousers aro built from an exceptionally, durable mater ial; Dark Grey with stripes, Boot! mimmer weight, reinforc ed nt points of strain, taped seams, strong pockets. Try a pair. The price is 12/11. "TRIUMPH" WORK SHIRTS. Each One Guaranteed. Men like -them; for their com fort and sterling worth, and the 'woman ot the homo tor tho service ,they rfvo. 'Wc stand behind every Shirt sold. Navy 1 Brill, Hnr.vards, (Black aid Groy " Twill. Prices: S/ll; 7/ll. 8/11 and 9/C.' Golf Shirts, with or -without Collars to match, 8/<T, 9/6, 10/C. Also cxoellont supplies of Soft Collura In White una Striped ut 1/- and 1/6. SUITS. YOU'D SWEAR WERE TAILORED TO MEASURE, 72/6 Ono lino in particular-a .Qua lity Grey Twe...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE QUAY SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

? |THE QU'AYJg^SftTjp^-fv . Ho'nry Walter Toner, who ww found , by UJi'e ppllpe-at- OUwlar ;Q|Wj-at iiiiilnlRlit In aistftt'e^Qt equalise; i'Ug 'lIiBBn' shot', through the. chpst, proyM jto be -4.half-caste ;Cl}lnese'.;,:pe was 'heard repeatedly 'crylnB/'ojit: "My ;G6d, ifvp been 'sjipt." ~ Ar trall of bipod for W'd'TaVfla 'stfitthedyrpin' thq-Watson's Bay ferry wharf, where the'iipitco reac|\ed Win,, to a spot, near 'the >ipfjerit company's wharf, wlie're lie' ^as- shot. ' His dyirig' depositions. Wfli'e itiikon 'at-tlio-lioaplt^l. JVherorthe i.Hilllgti (lriftno'l from Jijaiclplhes.. He rbfuMijdJtolslyfcjUnR-'IniUctttipnNpf ;liis a89H'llnnlii,Nt|ip^«li^(:(iq/iitilIqell)cllove lie could' throwldlghWonlthofHuwpw. Opium Jtraffl'ckofs "are" fraituoiiUy.'Iii Hie .IqtiBllty, of tlip..alipQtlng,.,iiniU tli'o police; t'hoory Is tlint-oue of; them, (s responsible. r ^ . r.- .» r : , ? 'Mr. staff of the IB so It of N'e»- l^outh Wales. ha64 been appointed managed' at (he Orange branch, :,l...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAGES AWARD ANOMALY. ADULT PAY FOR BOYS' WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

WAGES AWARD ANOMALY. ADULT PAY FOR 'BOYS' WORK. A case oC"importance to empipyei's of jilriior labor .was foeard-at^Albury district court, when {Frank Vincent Larkin, aged 1!8, of IHume 'Weir, claim ed $5/5/9 from'Isaac v^dea; butch er, for.wages as shopman' and -butcher at - award rate'of £4/10/ a week. Defendant, plenfletl... that ^.ptointWf was engaged ad errand boy) and-'did not' come under the award for shop* men. . Larkin, however), stated ;that, he had been allotted sliop*^vdrk..,v . * A. (Flannfery, for defendant, said that:no provision had been made?; in .the':afaard for junipr labor, 'and Wr. nintnifff. submitted that since the award was silent on the matter; lilaintiffi was entitled , to the rate,set out for specific, work ^per formed; judge Sevan said: that employers should "pay tlielr employees the awaTd rates, hint he .complained that- gm ployees came la and took advantage of the award, by committing,a;,breach of ,it. 'By paying, plaintiff :;the,, wage of improver, def...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROHIBITION REVERSED. ALBERT FAVORS GOVERNMENT CONTROL. LIQUOR TRAFFIC IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

PROHIBITION jaEVERSED. ALBERT FAVORS GOVERNMENT CONTROL. LIQUOlt TRAFFIC IN CANADA. VANCOUVER, Nov. 5.-^By a ma-: jority of 20,000 votes, tho Canadian province of Alber.ta has; voted .in fa vor, of. the. Government control of liquor, and the sale of beer on licen sed premises. This decision reverses the prohi bition law,, which ibas beien in force ' seven years. " .* The .farmers voted heavily for moderation. . The on ly district favoring; prohibition was the Mormon district of Cardsten; The Legislature will meet as soon | as possible to-draft the necessary lej? , i islation. Prohibition will probably ' continue to be the law of Alberta | I for several months.. Alberta is the j fourth Canadian province, to riyoke the Wilr-time prohibition -Reu ! ter' .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARDER DROPS DEAD. SENSATION INGOULBURN BOOK SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

WARDER DROPS DEAD. SENSAJldN INGOULBURN BOOK..SHOP. . Henry Wilson,; a. senior, .warder at Goulburn Gaol dropped dead, shortly before three o'clock yesterday after noon", in Mr ."Dale's 'Stationery shop >n Auburn, street. He, had ffone in to the shop, it Is understood, to pay i his account,, preparatory to leaving Goulburn on leave; and as He put i his hand into his pocket he fell for ward on the counter and then col lapsed on the floor. Life was ex tinct. His aire was 55.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
100 MINERS FINED. HEWING RATE DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

100 MINERS . FINED. HEWING RATE DISPUTE. SYDNEY, This Day.-At the Port land Policc Court yesterday, over a hundred miners /employed at. Ivan hoot colliery were. fined for leaving work without notice owing to #. dis pute over thejiewinj^rate. ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW WHEAT PRODUCTION. PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION BY EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

NEW WHEAT PRODUCTION. PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION BY EXPERT. Mr. 'Prldham, grain expert at tfco Cowra Agrlculturnl iFarm, on Monday afternoon gave a practical; and com plete demonstration of the methods employed for the production of now wheats, which was witnessed by the visltora from Young and. Klngsveli:, all of whom, Including several school boys from Klngsvale, showed great interest in the demonstration. Mr. i'rliiliam spent some years under the tuition and In the company of the late Mr. Forrur-whose valued dis coveries and Improvements In wheat I conditions and production have made him famous all. over the world. He ('Mr. Prldhum) explained at the out set that the first procedure is to se lect two parent wheats, which are arowlnc side by side, having been so Illumed with the object in view). With 11 specially made Instrument (a tiny pair of pincers), he opens about twelve of the ilowers - In one of the two selected wlieat-heads, and, re moves therefrom a particular inner portion o...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOOL SEASON. BRISK SCENES AT YOUNG RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

THE WOOL SEASON. BRISK SCENES AT YOUNG RAIL WAY STATION. The wool season ^ at the Young railway station continues as. brisk ly as has been the case for the past fortnight. Teams are arriving from all parts of the district .except such centres as are served by the/rail way between .Young and Koorawatha Numerous additional large consign ments arrived by team this morning, but the wool-handling.staff at the railway are keeping pace with, the rush by a swift and methodical truck loading system. This means, that congestion in the railway yards has been reduced to a minimunt and the teams are not kept too long awaiting | their respective turns for unloading. !

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIQUOR POLL. May be Taken in 1925. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

LIQUOR POLL. May be Taken/in-1925. SYbNaY,' This Day.-A statement Issued officially by the pronibi tionists ?nst night shows that the split in the ranks has boon healed by mutual concession. It is now possible the Referendum Poll will be taken in 1925 or early in 1026. - "

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICAN BY-ELECTION. PROHIBITION AND KU KLUX ISSUES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

AMERICAN BY-ELECTION. PROHIBITION AND KU KLUX ISSUES. WASHINGTON Nov,. 5.«Ati elec tion torniorro^v ,'oJ t|ivce; Iptate Gpy eritopt a.hd* several membprji of- Con I Kress is ui'ou^Wftyucn jhtjiypst, i "l-. I (hough opinion, varies i)s to itsjjii portqiiee.r; y Governors y||l ,be cjept- . liil f«r Kentjibky,; ? Wfssisippi,' arid Mnryl«nJ, n- Sonptor- ^orHV.ermont, and a|x menjbeyfl nf,tho.I}oupqof Jte prcsppti(tivp8-~Tifq)ir.'';for.- Ifqw York',' and bti(i.cach for.Yermont:and Illjn ois. ' ? .'/.Mi..',v ?' i' The Beni}b)icaM,sli^m.:tha(;thp Is-' sues] fn "oycry; 'g»^q,.»rev[oc»il, .and that,! nltq^btcK'' they' Mw»'. tfttrjjcMiiir. much attention - ty; Weir-respective ntntfs,' tbcy will nave (to offeity in'a jifltifliUi. (sense, ..-The -Democrats, however, inuist that thp elpption re &M|?£lpSW?XB ; their1.victory;at tbu.Frosidential.-cjiir) paij*n in J024; V' MoWblllofl*fp;i ":jhe issue In 'Vermont, _>vh£rpTq'pme 'ob scrycrg exiio'ct victoryffpr'theij'wqtsi' 'aUhouichV.-y«r...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"SQUIZZY" TAYLOR. ANOTHER REMAND.—COURT HELD IN MELBOURNE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

"SQUIZZY" TAYLOR. ANOTHER REMAND.-COURT HELD IN MELBOURNE GAOL. MELBOURNE; This .Day.-Feuv inc that an attempt might be made to rescue "Squizzy" Taylor from Melbourne Gaol, a temporary court was hurriedly, held at the. gaol anu. Taylor remanded again and then rerioved elsewhere. : Another batch of offenders were dealt with yesterday, and 19 persons charged with various offences.from larceny and unlawful, possession of poods to obsence language. Fines up to £20 and- sentences of three months ivere. imposed.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARREST EXPECTED. THE CIRCULAR QUAY SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

; AftJtEST BXPEO^BI).' ..yv.^TCTv ' ,\<-i. . SSDNBY,; This Dny.-QcpnMlSr thp.vUimlpf .THfilny '''(#» ®,out^ |"5 up Pirtuliiv-Qw, is »,!)' 'detkt vitry BupiiiUS condition. J h°An,,n tjvoa pjciibbI to wake on nl*UBt, ^ IV [l is siih| t|i«t tons in i''«'ubor a- iveU Unown'MVolton ii>n»ly. .>;; A f,vl t ipre 10 mT «U'o deBtioyed a luill'lil'K at"1 live inoniboia of WE fjpilly were burnt to death. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOY'S 160FT. FALL. BOTH LEGS BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

BOY'S 160FT., FALL. BOTH LEGS BROKEN. BALLiARAT, This Day.-Christo pher Perry, 1-1, fell 160 feet down n shaft at the Pipeclay mine tit Eg crton.- Fortunately the boy landed on baps. Both his legs were bro ken; and his head was injured. The men below, hearing him falling, thought it was timber, and retreated along the drive.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILLIONS OF LOCUSTS. FARMERS' COMBINED ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

MILLIONS OF LOCUSTS. FARMERS' COMBINED ATTACK. PERT.H; .This Dny.^Wpst Austra lian farmers have* formed a vigil ance committee this year to fight.the jocust plague. By using a mixture of Paris-Groen, bran «nd molasses, they destroyed millions before they were able to fly... . , / .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FURTHER PREFERENCE. For Dominion Products.—New Duties Against Foreign Goods.. (REUTER MESSAGE.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

FURTHER PREFERENCE. For Dominion Products.-New Duties Against Foreign Goods. . (WBUTOJR 1U233ACU). LONDON, Nov. 7.-It Is understood lihat *he:..Brltl»h 'Gov ernment ' to-day announced furth er preferences, which are, expect- . ed will considerably benefit the Dominions. These will' tnk'e the lorin of new duties against foreigners wlillo Do minion products will be fr«;e. It Is believed the now duties proposed In clude a/- per cwt. on (ipiilrs, 10/C per ewt. 011 honoy, Cd. per gallon 011 fruit juices, wlilch are largely .used In England 111 the manufacture of Jams. ; It Is understood'itlso Hint preference on Dominion heavy wines .has been Increased from one-tliird l<> two-thirds. It Is believed the Govern ment Is further considering Increased preference. for .sparkling wines. ' The Imperial Kconomii Conference re-discussed Imperial- preference on the rcpurt of the subcnmnilttee appointed to deal with the question. All the Dominion representatives expressed grutilude to t...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INCOME TAX FORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

INCOME' TAX FORMS. . Income tux forms may.*T I at the town clerks office.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VETERAN'S SEVERE INJURIES. SERGT. CHRISTIAN'S FATHER FALLS FROM A WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

VETERAN'S SEVERE INJURIES. ' SERGT. CHRISTIAN'S FATHER FALLS FROM A WHARF Se'rgearir. Christian; of ;the. Young Police Department, received word to* day "'that .his father had ,met with.a serious accident, at .Kemp.sey,': where he resides; on the. '.Yorth Coast of N.S.W.. ?Mr. lOhrislian ,sm\, who is now years, of, age; went from his home in -Keihpsey to one ,o£ the .wharves to inspect a new boat which had' just, previously arrived .from Syd ney. He reached the wharf safely, but subse.'iuentlv-being short-sighted owing to his advanced years-the ol< gentleman unintentionally1 walked oyer the ed&e of the whavf ;and fell on to a'punt which was. moored be low, sustaining severe-injuries to his shoulder and abrasions to the head and body. A couple of. hoys who : worn, in the vicinity promptly, ran to [ the injured man's assistance, and one of them subsequently brought a doc tor io the scene. The victim of j the accident was subsequently n> moved .to-.hospital,, wher...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIETY DIVORCE CASE. WEALTHY ITALIAN MERCHANT SEEKS DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

SOCIETY DIVORCE CASE. WEALTHY ITALIAN MERCHANT SEEKS DIVORCE. XY.l)V2Y, Thia Day.-rfJ-oiit; before the doors opened this morning, n crowd wailed to enter the Divorce Court, where the Lubrano ease was* continued Petitioner continued his »«vldencc, ami was cross-examined by Mr. Holiuan, who appeared for re spondent, 'Petitioner said lie had not been very jesilous of his wife, and did not have a violent quarrel with h'T because she spoke to a ntnn at (he (Jiaciariutu. She told wit' neHN this man was o former sweet Iic?a$. of hers, lie hud not been bad tempered with his wife. U-le knew she could not cook when he married her. He did not get annoyed be cause a certain gentleman congratu lated respondent on the birth of her child. HI is wife did not complain about Ills attentions to a woman, and she did not come to his office in tears. Site d(d demand that he should dismiss a certain girl then in his employ, but he never complained that he invited this girl to his housed 'When his wife was...

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