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VOLUNTARY WHEAT POOL. NEW SOUTH WALES SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
VOLUNTARY WHEAT ROOL. NEW SOUTH WALES SCHEME. Mr.. Ernest Field, a member of the voluntary wheat pool, lias made a statement to a meeting: of Wagga dis trict wheat growers concerning the proposal to form a; co-operative wheat marketing company. He said that one penny a bushel would be de '. ducted on every bushel put into the pool to raise the necessary capital of .£500,000, which was aimed to cut out the Government's guarantee. The company would be registered with a capital of -500,000 and scrip would be issued upon one penny a bushel, and bank interest would be paid from the day of issue. The capital of the company would bo invested to the interest of the farmer, and there was no risk attached tn it. .The spirit of true co-operation was that the strong men .went to the aid ot their weaker brother. They should i have a capital of £1,000,000. and when the necessitous farmer was for 1 cod to place his wheat on to the . n)arkct at any old price the, com pany could bo to him and say:-'...
TIPPERARY 2nd v MONTEAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
TIPPERARY :2nd v MONTSAGLE > ' i Tiiinel'P.ry 2nd nml iMontcrtslo' plny ed a draw, at Montoaglot yostofdiy. .Scores:-, V'"' .. . . MO.NTBAOJUID... .. IR. Rule T'.- 'il.':.Troth . 20;.. W. '.(Mc .llUiatton 3; H.-jRulo' l;" W.;®Ulo: 36; J. IHiirdman.O;. f..Shean S5;: G. Kloein 1; T. . Ctrowo .. 2;. . !WarrcinI 2V IP, O'Keqto 3; J. Watts 2'i" sundries W. .Totnl-UC. . . -!V.:5 V. . , TIPKBIIAKY. v .II. WoodbridKo''43;-T; UBtor '9; W. Mulimey, not ^out .Ot' T." tCaldwoH' 8; J. Caldwell .0; -W.- Nowcombo .0; Sun dries 2. Totnl tor G wickets, GS.
CYCLING. SPORTS MEETING ON DECEMBER 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
'? CYCLING. SPORTS. MEETING ON DECEM BER 5th. The Young" Cycling Club has de cided to hold a sports meeting on the Cricket ground on December 5th. The programme, which was drawn up at a meeting of club members on Friday night, is to consist of a. half mile sprint, a li mile race, and a three miles scratch race. There will also be a 100 yards footrace. Arrangements are also to be made for refreshment stalls, and other at tractions for an enjoyable after noon's sport. It is also proposed to hold a big day's sports on New Years Day.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
Out A Man From Suit To Socks and making him pleased with the whole outfit, is some job. But The Hustlers are doing it every day. You see, >ve never forget that a customer calls on The HUSTLERS primarily for his benefit, not ours. It's Hustler's Clothing that brings them in; but it's The Hustler's Clothing, plus personal service and guar anteed satisfaction and big values that keeps them coming. THESE ARE THE KIND OF VALUES THAT APPEAL TO MEN. MEN'S BLACK COTTOH SO*-per pair 6d. MEN'S GREY WORK SOX-per pair 9d. MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE SOX-per pair ........ 1/9 MEN'S STRONG HARVARD WORK SHI"TS-4/6 and 4/11. MEN'S GREY FLANELLA. UNDERSHIRTS-each 3/9,4/6. MEN'S FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS, in Natural and Dark Grey-cach .. .. .. 6/11 and 7/6. TROUSERS THAT ARE BUILT FOR HARD WORK. AND LIVE UP TO THEIR REPUTATION. MEN'S COTTON TWEED TROUSERS, in neat dark patterns. Per pair .. .. 4/11 MEN'S BLUE DUNGAREE T«T3USERS 3/11, 4/11 , MEN'S GREY DUNGAREE TROUSRS, full weight .... (,..11 (MEN'S EXTRA HEAV...
O, Listen to the Band. SUBSCRIBER ASKS "WHEN?" [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
0, Listen to the Band. SUBSCRIBER ASXS "WHEN?" | What has become of the Band? This was a cjuestion which was put to a representative of this paper to day. The inquiring one, who claim ed to bo a subscriber to the band's funds and a lover of band music, went on to say that it is months since the band Rave a public performance. He said he could not understand the cause of the band's apparent mori bund condition. "Look here," he proceeded, "the Council votes a cer tain sum of money to the band for twenty-five performances in the park each ydar. Now it is November, uml there seems to be no hurry to start and earn the present yearns subsidy. As it will take twenty five weeks to eoriiplete the -pro gramme, or until the end of March, the sooner a .start is made the bet ter." 5TheVretfsniah'repli3d 'that'the'putt-' lie had a chance some months ago of hearing the band when a series of recitals was given in the Town hall. These had' to be abandoned because of the lack of support. However, the...
ST. MARY'S CHURCH. S. H. HOSPITAL APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
MARY'S CHURCH. I S. H. HOSPITAL APPEAL. j On Sunday nt St. Mary's, which occasion, by the way, was the anni versary of. the consecration of the Church, an appeal was made at the 7 o'clock and 10 o'clock Masses on I behalf of the Sacred Heart Hospital. At 10 o'clock Mass the Rev. Father Reginald, C.P., of the Passionist Monastery, Goulburri, prcached an eloquent and impressive sermon in support of the eminently worthy cause above referred to. Very large congregations were present on both occasions and the appeal met with a most generous response.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
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INDECENT BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
, INDECENT BEHAVIOUR. At the Younj; Police Court on Sat urrtiir before Mr. A. S. AVickluim, J.P., Henry Lane was charged with indecent' behaviour -in Lynch street 011 tl>e privibus' day. : ' Tho t detcnil ant, ii very old man, is 'suffering from physical -infirmities- and walked with the aid of a.stick., - Tile pol ice in explaining tho',.circumstanccs stated that defendant had never been before the., local' court.. ?; . In1 the circumstances the'Bench took a len innt vipw ,of the, caso;iand let the (Icfmulnnt down'Hvltli 'irflttt; fcf 2/0 or imnrisonmont till tho rising of the court.. The fine was paid.
Well Known Horse Judge Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
Well Known Horse Judge Dead. Mr. Patrick Tenison, a well-known farmer and grazier, of iLockliart, died in a private hospital in Albury at an e«?rly hour on S'atunlay morning after a brief illness. The late Mr. Teni son, who-was 62 years of a,ge, was a native at' County Kilkenny, Ireland, ami came to Australia when about 26 years of age;. 'Ho settled 'first at iLuincefield .(Tie.), hut a few years later removed to the. (Mulwala dis trict. About 23 yours ago lie went to ILockliart amtiveaided there up. to the time of hfa deatii. During a residence of over J50 years in the JlUverina, Miv Tdnisbn achieved dis tinction a« a judge and breeder of draught horses, and was a well' known figure iu metropolitan arid countiy show ringHi On one' occasion one of his Clydesdale horses carried oil' first and champion prizes at both the Sydney rind Melbourne 'Koyal shows. Ills services as a. show judgo in the draught horse fccctions were also highly valued and eagerly sought af ter, by numerous show....
IMMIGRATION. West Australia's Fears. AMBITIOUS POLICY ANNOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
IMMIGRATION; West Australia's Fears. v AMBITIOUS POLICY ANNOUN CED. FREMANTLE/ This Day.-A con troversy has became bitter in this State over the question as to wheth er the time has now arrived when many West Australians will have to leave their own State to look for employment owing to immigration having displaced them. The Government contends that this is not the ease, but it is not impro that the matter will figure pro minently at the general elections next year. The Premier, Sir James Mitchell, has made an interesting announce ment regarding the extension of the migration policy on an ambitious I scale. It involves the borrowing of I £10,000,000 by the Imperial au thorities who are to be asked to ? shoulder the financial risk involved while all parts of the State are to 1 come within the scope of the scheme. After receiving a deputation to day representing the Liquor Trade, Mr. Lawson, State Premier, said it had been decided to prohibit the sale of bottled beer until the strike ...
NOW-PAYING LINES. EFFECT OF BIG ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
NOW-PAYING ?LINES. EFFECT OF BIG ESTATES. Dr. Arthur is much perturbed over the fact that while certain eoun-1 try ruilway linos showed a heavy loss last ..year, hui?e privately owned es tates thivoi-sed by the lines are not beinir developed to such an extent as to make these lines payinpr concerns. Last Week the member . for North Shore asked a Ion;; question on the subject.' r The Premier KUVC his" reply in the House on Friday. He admitted that there.liad beoli substantiallosses on the Domondrille-IJlaynoy, Joppa June tiOn-Niinrtiitabel, Tamworth-Wallaii (jarra sections. ' . , .. The "Government has already tak en steps to bvin« about the subdiv ? ision of suitable estates," added Sir , Geori'e Fuller, "along existing: rail -' way lines', anil many-oil\the estates i mentioned in Dr. Arthur's question . have been investigated-" tsy 'the Land i Settlement Committee; who are in ! direct communication with the own , 1 era' of others."
PRIZES FOR A ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
BOI7.F.S FOR' A "ROAD RACE'. ffl" V'ounff Cycle Club held a road racp last week, and advertised the prizes! as a pair of racing tyres and tujj'es, believing that a 'pared for wafijpd by Bonnet and Wood con tained these articles. After the rape/it was found that there were no tubes in the parcel,' and the Club was. therefore the price of the tubes out on the day. The secretary mentioned the matter at Friday nigjjt's. meeting of the club, when the' chairman. Aid Macadam, ccner ously offered to donate the nmornit of ^ho'tubes. A vote of thank* Was carpied, both to Aid. Macadam arid Bennett and Wood. ' For'the rtionth of October in the Djvjfiion of Hume ' there were 50!) nafnets-added to the Roll and -!1!» re moved' therefrom. Prosecutions numbered the'' respectable total of 2(11. ' Total enrolments number 39, 378. ' . i .. ' The V/eat Wyoloss ar.d District Pony and Galloway Club (A.E.C. Rules) has decided to run a' race meeting on Tlecember 26th and 27th. The prize money totals £250. ,...
THE FAMILY DOCTOR. HOMELY HINTS ON COMMON AILMENTS. ST. VITUS' DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
THE FAMILY DOCTOR. HOMELY HINTS ON COMMON . AILMENTS. ST. VITUS' DANCE. Some children, especially those.of an cmotibiial or excitable disposition, are naturally fidgety, but that does not constitute St. Vitus' dance, which is a definite malady of its own, and one always associated with rheuma tism. The child is always on the fidget and cannot control its move ments, it will make faces unknowing ly or nut out its tongue; it cannot keep: still. These' continual move ments ai'e distressing to those who live i nthe same house, but the seri ousness of St. Vitus' dance lies in, tlie fact that it is always a manifes tation of rheumatism, and of that form, of it that is called rhoumatic fever.' . The danger bf that form is that it often dalhages' the heart and causes heart disease, and St. Vitus dance may do this, too, so-'in any case where it arises the heart must be carefully watched. Where theije is St," Vitus' dance in' a family, there, too, you' -will generally find rheumatism. . Fortu...
MORE EARTHQUAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
MORE EARTHQUAKES. gVDXffiY. Tills "Day.-fllecowls or II sovcro earthquake were received ut tlio 'Government Oi)servator>. Iho centre ot tUo disturbance la about Now Guinea, and it took piaco on Saturday. Cables state that a seri ous earthquake occurred at Manilla and shook the city, bat no damase resulted
EVIDENCES OF PROSPERITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
EVIDENCES OF PROSPERITY. On Saturday afternoon the town was literally swarming with visitors frqmthe surrounding districts, many coming' in' mainly for their harvest ing requirements. If the number .of new motor cars in evidence dur ing the week-end may be taken as an .evidence of' prosperity this favored '.hortion oMhe State is ebrtainly al ready experiencing the "golden sea son" forecasted for it by the Chief Commissioner of the N.S.W.^ Fip Brigades Board on his recent visit to Young. Another favorable sign of the times is'the large volume of bus «ihegs being transacted by the local trading firms and commencial hou ses.
POPULAR SONG HIT. "YES, WE HAVE NO BANANAS." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
POPULAR SONG HIT. "YES, WE HAVE NO BANANAS." This song lias struck the 'public , fancy more strongly than any other ! song that the rtiusie world hay ever known, and lias set the wholo world i using the phrase, "Yes, We 'Have no .Uananas." The soivg which, for dancing, makes an excellent fox irot, deals with the foreign truit-seiler, who lias a limit ed knowledge of ."English, hut ynt keeps his eye on his business to such uu extent that when asked anything ho fever says "no," but taking yourl money, ho ..yes-sea" you all the time1 In tho hope of your making a pur chase. There are ten choruses lo this song dealing with such every day commodities as cheese, cucumbers, eggs, spinach. "to-mah«tocs," "po-tah toes," etc.. The chorus that seems most popular runs as follows: "Yes, wo have no bananas; we have no bananas to-day; We've, string beans and hon-ions, iCab-bah-rges and scallions, *And all kinds of fruit, and say 'We have an old fashioned to-malvto, Tasnmnlan po-tnh-to, Hut, yes! we...
RUSH FOR FORMS. STATE INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923
BUSH FOR FORMS. STATE INCOME TAX. An. unprecedented rush for forms is reported by the State Income Tax officials; Tlioy arc now procurable at the C.P.S. oflicc, Young. ' During last week the forms were available only at the G.P..O. Federal and State Taxation offices, and the total applications for them have amounted to nearly 200,000.; ? ""-- last of the forms distributed in the country went out on Friday. These number ;1,500,000. . To-day they, arc procurable at overy_ country centre. . " ' . The Taxation Commissioner, Mr. Whiddon, explains that the order placed with the .Government Printer has necdssnrily, been delayed, but that all efforts have been made to get the. forms out.