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THE WEATHER. LATEST FORECAST.' [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

jKpiit?'.:? v ...... THE WEATHER. LATEST FORECAST.' ?synNEY, T.hif Uny.-yin? ccncr n||y, oxcoiit sjioWoi'ii ln soMthein tab iMlnnds./an'il p'oHstbly :in vgje S " ovner, oppl - to 8uHth-w;stcrly W nils. ??

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

PERSONAL. Mr. Vernon fl-I. Trcatt, lO-'O 'IUiinles Scholar, who has recently taken his UiC.I.. degree at Oxford, addressed a series of meetings in different, parts of ili^lunil under the auspices of the Louguc of Nutionw Union, during |»e month ol' September. .'Within the Oxford University there , is n court constituted upon Ihe same lines as tho 'League of Nations. , and the stu dents discuss (piestions that tho -Lengne lias to deal with, and formu late their own solutions. MV- Tj'ea't |m a son of the; late Mr. I,'1,'1,,. Trentt,'-the. well known iNS.W. police magistrate. ; ;

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. MRS. G. R. LOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 8 November 1923

OBITUARY   MRS. G. R. LOWE. It is with deep regret that we record     the death of Mrs. G. R. Lowe, of     Marengo which occurred in the         Burrangong District Hospital at 9.45 this morning. The deceased lady   had been an inmate of the hospital     for several months past, undergoing   treatment for a serious internal com - plaint. Despite all that skilled sur-   gery and the most careful nursing ,     could accomplish, however, the pat-     ient gradually became weaker, till   death, as above stated, brought an       end to her sufferings this morning.     The late Mrs. Lowe was a native of Cowra, and was 37 years of age. Be ing of a kindly and charitable nat- &...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREMANTLE PERTH ADELAIDE MELBOURNE SYDNEY RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

I-T.EMANTLE PERTH ADELAID.-. MELBOURNE SYDNEY RECOKU. The Ki\jiia:itle lo Sydney via tin lii'injcl, Ji:i:; always bee.. Inouc-il upon a.; the endurance »«. cord amongst motorist.;. It has hillu < lo been regnrdc <1 as one in whivli' only nigh pt>\wioii and correspond;!^ I.V nigh prnvil rar.; could stand any, cnarue tit' lowering l>y reason of Ihe Ircmcndmistrains imposed on 'In* driven; and eai even under the 1110^ l.tvourablc conditions. This, how ever, ha:: been proved to be a i'al laey by the remarkable perform ance made Uy die small model 1»I Overland in the lace of difficulties many times greater even than lh<». -. encountered by previous Beconl Breakers, all ot whom admit thai zh? Overland's performance falls lit tle* short of a miracle. Messrs' Croy.n dill and Allerton left Fremantle on .October 7th and- making gbod Lime arrived in Perth, a distance of 1 ;S miles, in juit ITminutes. After a short stay in Perth they left there at i o'cloc...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RADIO BROADCASTING IN THE COUNTRY. SIMPLE HOME SET NOW ON MARGET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

EADIO BROADCASTING THE COUNTRY. SIMPLE llOJIK SKT NOW ON MAKGKT. Kadio-telephony is a comparatively new science; but it is passing the experiment stage. During the past three or lour year:?, some of Liu? best inventive brains . of the world K'.ve h««en devoted to 'simplifying ami perfecting the apparatus to bring it within the reach of everybody. Aus tralia has lagged behind. America and England have had broadcasted radio music and news for about two years. Tins average man or woman with no technical knowledge, is en abled, by the now compact simple "receiving sets" that have been pla ted on-the market, to sit down at. home an 1 "listen in.!' By opera ting a couple of .simple switches the home rad:o adherent can select what he likes best. First in the,Austra lian Hold are Farmers, Ltd., who are instnllin gj. Powerful radio broad casting station, which will distribute programmes by J. C. Williamson's theatrical companies, and issue a daily news service, pastoral, farm produce and Sto...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARENGO. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

MARENGO. (Krom our. Comsponikm i. A heavy thunderstorm . er about b o'clock pn buml.v- v iujfi the rain continued till i^.u, Monday. . i' Some very good crops ma;. ;. (-,i . about here now, and should ti;i.. v..m iJer continue hay mnkin": \\ii! . bo in full .swinir. A Inrsc number <>i n;.,r v plo joiirncycfl to the; (Sap l.i s j j,;, » day to attend n picfiir. .\J[ od to be thoroughly er.j< y.nt when the .*fton» i .>*.»..t r.nd everyone lind to nial: i;«;hu' ;us quickly as possible io < s( vt'i'c wetfcim?. ? . ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack i!;in j-ik;: . family are at present sp.-1,; j"- } '. i'diday villi their reJat.-..-. .a .tlar-!. eiitfo. . j i Miss I,. Brahani tetiirn' .' v-i-ir re cently after undcrjroiii!; ,U1 < .joii for appendicitis. i< Measles are verv pn«v;.!;, ro Jit' \ present and many ehdd«v;( .:IV uu-:' aide to attend school. '« The local tennis player. i,MI|- t intr forward to a uv.aiusii' Kinjfsvale last SuiUlay, \...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DAM EMBANKMENT. AND A BATHING SHED.—COUNCIL VOTES £170. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

A DAM EMBANKMENT. AND A BATHING SHED.-COUN CIL VOTES £170. Yum# Council last night <h'-* .«!c«l to spend about i'170 on >v .iiri?i ;U.ie embuukmeul ot the eric dam and thu erection oi in:i!! urvssini; shod Tor the nm »?« nh-Mi-t' «it' bathers. The shod i . isiuah"! U. cost about MO ami will . . . «'i;:uiurU'd of old iron from tin .ithcr "public baths"-Lh«-. \ii- *.vhi«a!i it was decided to ah - 'ivioii. Tin-re was some ar#uni<n: to v/hethcr ihu dam embanknci.t i.-aiM I.l* repaired by day labour «n .".Hiai'U but eventually day Ir.huii '.'"ii. and Ll:e Council's sum is to K- |.)!k The dam v/as constructed, !nui !0 .warn a«o, and during tht ,.j ha.- not been a particular!: ..i.Is'ab'f ax:ri to the town. Unloj ; »;:r. water evaporates wlu-n ii i.i ;rt»-i .ucded in a dry period, aiu! y. !i:it !it11 wati»r remains in the da«; i. ip.-'.;-;- ol v. ry much use' for «!*. 11" :^viii»:nin;r purpose.!. X i.i:e .vil «.bje; t to the i'ew pounds !?>. »i.t j'Menl on the e...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INCOME TAX FORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

INCOME TAX FORMS. Incomc tax forms may bo obtained at the town clerk's office.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

YES. The old horse will do me alright Yes. Give mc the man of oxper 5 ience, the man lliul lias inmlu a sui> ? cess o£ his own business, will ninko J a succcss for you. ? 5 take tlic risk of niissinK ? what's duo you SATISFACTION ? FOR YOUR MONEYS WORTIL 5 There are Brains and ability in ? this business, and it is at your aer ? vice for your benefit. ? Step right inside, and order that ? auit, something different, quality in ? Roods, and above all, satisfaction at ? the finish. 5 4nY0.1?0. c,i111 "'ike an ordinnry ? suit, hut it takes IJrains and ability ? to cut and make a" suit. SOME ? THING DIFFERENT. WE FILL THAT BILL ENTIRELY [ W. Martin Co g" QUALITY TAILOR8 YOUNG. ? r g Also at Wagga, Cowra, Juneo, Harden, Canowlndra, Queanboyan ? '. and B oorowa. INSURE WITH THE SOUTH BRITISH CAPITAL .. .. .... £2,000,000.. Tho SOUTH BwmaH haB toon onta bllahod In N.S.W lor 60 yean, end 1» well known to tho Insuring public for Its Liberal Policy condition!. Moderate Promhin.,, and Promp t...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF N.S.W. BRANCH FORMED AT YOUNG. ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT OF CROOKWELL BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

COUNTRY WOMEN'S AS SOCIATION OF N.S.W. BRANCH FORMED AT YOUNG. ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT OF CROOKWELL BRANCH At a largely-attended ami eaihusins tie meeting or ludies h**l«l y^tenlay uiteruoou at the (School oi Arts, a branch of the Ooimtry 'Women's AS sedation of N.S.'NV. was formed un der moxt favorable auspices. .\ll present were enrolled as members, ami oUluc heurcra were appointed tor tint ensuing your. Mis. Marina was unanimously vot ed 10 tho chair, ami in well chosen trims introduced Mrs. J.avcr, of "Cotswold," (Jrabhen («ullwi, who is prisideuL of a flourishing branch ol tin.* association at Orookweli. .Mr.-:. 'haver, who is a llueni anil entertaining speaker, prefaced h»-r re marks l.-y complimenting Mrs. .Marina on the success which had aiw-ndcd »ier efforts in organising the meet ing, ami bringing together such an excellent attendance. She (Mis. i.avet) desired to specially mention »?. tin. outset that ah»i was noi Uu« organising secretary of tin* assocht linn and, furtIiormo...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO OWNS IT? DISPUTE OVER AN ABANDONED MINING RACE. COUNCIL SEKKS LEGAL ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

WHO OWNS IT? DISPUTE OVER AN ABANDONED MINING RACE. COUNCIL SEKKS I.IOCIAI, A'DVICB The dispute' between Mrs. A. Wright, of Lower IWirrowa Street, Young. and the Young Municipal Council over an old mining rate, wav again before the aldermen at last night's weptine. when various letter.s which have passed between Mrs. Wright and the Council were mid. Mrs. Wright had been informed ' . the Council that the race was under control of the Council and no prop er ollicial notification of alienation has been received , by the Council and notice was given to Mrs. Wright not to interfere with the race in any manner whatsoever. Mh$. Wright li.st night informed the Council that she was going to proceed with the lilling in of the race and gave the council fourteen days notice of her intention so to do. She pointed out that the ii»ce had been cancelled by the mining warden, but as she had no desjro.to cause the Council in convenience, she would allow pipes to be latd in the drain at the Coun cil's...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SERIAL STORY. (Our readers are informed that an characters in this story are purely imaginary, and if the name of any living person happens to be mentioned no personal reflection is intended). THE SEEKER. CHAPTER XVII [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

NEW SERIAL STORY. (Our readers are Informed tbat ati characters in tbls story are purely Imaginary, anil II tbe name of any liv ing person happens to be mentioned no personal reflection Ut Intended). THE SEEKER. By OLIVER WADSLEY. Author of "The Flami," "Reality" CHAPTER XVII Richard awoke next morning with a confused sense that something hud happened. For a moment he wonder ed. Then memory came back to him bringing all the anguish of the dny before. lie would £0 buck to England. His quarrel with Evie seemed a very little thine bes.de the tragedy that had come intohis life. He would go buck and take up the old humdrum thread again. When he rose he went first to the hotel bureau and said he intended to leave by the night train. "There is a letter for monsieur, 1 believe," the clerk in charge an nounced; A page went to the letter ruck, und handed Kichurd a letter, tarwarded on from Paris. It was lrom Evie. A feeling of thankfulness welled up in Richard's heart. The letter wus like a h...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COTTON SPINNING. BOND COMMENCES. SUPPORT FROM PRESS AND PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

COTTON SPINNING. BOND COMMENCES. SUl'I'OUT FROM BRiESS AND I'.-VftUA.UUXT. During the recent visit of a largo body ofAustralian rural pressmen to the ' cotton-spinning mill recently erected by G. A. Hioud and JC'ti., 'Ltd., at Wentworthvllle, one of tho extra suburban centres of Sydney* soma s/gniflcnut speeches were made. .Mr. Georp' Uotid, addressing the gathering after the inspection of tho mil! had boon completed, said 'that but twelve months ago he had bud tho pleasure of welcoming country pressmen at his company's Knitting mill, at Cnniperdown, and 1».« was de lighted to have them with, him once again. Jiegiirdlng the spinning mill that they had just seen, lie might tell them that expert overseas opinion was taken before the, mill was built, and ho had bmi advised that it could not be done; that, the climate was wrong! This. notwithstanding that cotton was spun In Brazil, practically J on the Equator, and in Canada, with j a thermometer forty-five degrees be* low zero! Then wo...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

SPECIAL Crcckery Reduction^. BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY, NOW-DON'T WAIT TILL THE LAST WEEK. AS?SSS2SI E^'7' . jliST K» i' ton l LA : i'-S- ».Rr doum Special Line of' T^s-I^ KT * . 0/6 . 1»/ . W ? 7/ 0/6 . BUY HERE A'l 1 SAVE MONEY J. W. T. CHANT S Co, p,MH0USE FURWISHING SPECIALISTS. PHONE 26. . YOUNG. Public Notice iiliSBHS if. & p, NOfllMOTMJ de sire to notl^ tUw' poitlio Uut \hjij £*ve Juat lnatAUed ao up*to-date «d«T * u"ber Tyring Machine !T». . ln . wttloa to fit lire* WIHUjS YOO WAIT, inaulre for our Drlcea before placing no order elsewhere. ^^SA1SS?§ OFVKHI OliBS MABB TO OttDBB. RUBBER TYRto SULKIES A ffPDCUILTY. FHOVB 264 F* ANItD- NORMOYLE WIONB 2B4 LOVBLi, ,9TRBWr TOUNO. Jhrer lb@©N. wwrxsd? A motorist can easily accumulate a lot of worry with his car, but our job is to take that worry off his shoulders. We take a personal interest in every car we handle, and a personal pride in saving its owner both worry and expense. SProir"' «an Efficient lion (lira.. .All classes ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DODGE BROTHERS PLAN LARGER PRODUCTION. New Buildings Greatly Increasing Present Capacity Almost Completed. Expansion Programme Will Cost 5,000,000 Dol.; New Closed Car Building Erected in Record Time. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

DODGE BROTHERS PLAN LARGER PRODUCTION. New Buildings Greatly Increasing Present Capacity Almost Completed. Expansion Programme Will Cost 5,000,000 Dol.; Mew Closed Car Building Erected in Record Time. An immense now assembly build ing, duplicating the pi', sent structure ill size. is announcei: I J' I>"<Iko Uros. as the principal unit if tlie .1023 ex pansion programme. The building Is six stories high, 1,000 Icot long and 7." feet wide, 'with more than one-Hull million square feat of. floor space. Construction work, which started sonio months nso, is now l.i-jirlj coupleted. ,Tho nmv i.iht ii.lily buIldiK. paralleling til.; oiil »tr«' ture. is just across the F'a''!»t, which I'. imnrly innrked the bi.uml.iry line cf the >;reat Dodge l'.r,-3. f:..-iirlfn. factory executives wmild not com ment on the number of additional cars contemplated in 'his extenslvo addition, br.t it Is. believed that the immediate aim is a capacity of 3,000 cars n day. In the fat'1 of the gre...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN WHO WOO [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

WOMEN WHO WOO .When once the girl: of. to-day. Sis cohviitccd 'that life holds the. pdar' sibility of greater: achievement and. greater mystery thaft a. profession eon offer, her tactics allow _np hesitar tiori whatsoever. She: stiu-^s out upon the great adventure) 'lbvp< Ajitl noth ing eah stay, hoi' jiijWfifQupd'; enthus^-l iasm. If necessary she becojiios .Ahei wflocr.'I donot'mean that sho*flh'ts She (fives no sign of "intp'n^ipi^'r.un lil .tfie. right nihil has appp'aret). and; h'a'ii.bicn'carefu)ly weiKhed\artd test ed. But then she is frequently forced to acti for ,the modern, young! man is incurably modest and she can-: riot;allp\v a man's modesty.and defer* ence'to stand: in the way of happiness Slip has none of the resignation of the wopien of theiPth. century, who faded away, and tjioil when the onlyf mnrt-in-ihi'-world was. too ? .tipiid ,. t'<5 approach them. With a'bold'gesture Miss '1028 sweeps away, . obstacles^ What?. The man is tpb iiipdest to...

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 — 9 November 1923

TO-DAY'S NEWS M BRIEF? . Advice received yesterday by W.O. Ueuiihar and Company, Ltd;, dgbnts" fdr.tho Korarina, .whose bunkers werfc reportbd to be on lire*- yfisterdoyii ctatc that the f ire.is now under cort trol. Cabinet decided yesterday to gazette'Deticnibbr'J1 as a public holiT day, December 24v Chtfatmas Eve, will not be a public holiddy. j, Anxious to secure a better price than £5/6/- a ton for cemcht whicfl "the able business methods" of :tt\<i last Government imposed on the. pf<£ sent Administration, the Qoverpmeiit lias entered into negotiations VitW 5. new company which has been form ed for tnc exploitation .of cement deposits near the Kandos Cemei)t Company. The Kandos Company, with the Commonwealth Foreland Cement Company, is participating ijj the prcsznt contract for five yeaij. By an arrangement with- this com-, pany, the Government hopes to be able to get cement at £4 a ton. * Irvine Grain, a. grazier, of Mount Odrah. with a holding of 4000 ac...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSINESS SUSPENDED. Flare-up at Council Table.— Fifteen Minutes' Calm.— And then a Withdrawal. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

| BUSINESS SUS- | ! PENDED. j . » [ Flare-up at Council Table. Fifteen Minutes' Calm. And then a Withdrawal. lUiflt night at the Young Council | mcciing. Aid. 'Macadam was speaking . on tin* matter of taking out a put)- : He risk insurance pulley. \v 11i<.!i had j been decided upon at Hit? previ.ms ' meeting or the council. Quotations 1 of rates wore received from a nam-, l>t»r «v local Insurance agents, but J "fore they were opened. Aid. .Mat-ad am asked It all the agents in tlm , town hail been written to for ^innes j He was told that the town clerk's ; assistant had telephoned him for a I list of the agents, and had sent Id* j tent to all whose names had been sup- i plied bv htm. Aid. Macadam there- ; upon said it was n tulrteliooii. as at 1 basi two agents had conn* to him and s:iid they had never been asked to i|ia>i<> their firm's rates. Tin Mayor callfd upon Aid. Macadam to withdraw, telling him that any charge . lie might desire to lay against ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOHN McARTHUR'S FLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

. JOHN McARTHOIt'S FLOCK. SYDN'TV, This Day.-included in the wo.d catalogue at yesterday's guiles were live bales of wool from the direct descendants of the histor ii flock ijf tL" late Captain John .Mnciirthur, who laid the foundation (' the wool industry in.Australia. The wool was shorn fropi ewes and 'till, retained the reifl merino charac teristics. It realised to ' 25d per pound. ?

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN WITH THREE TOES. FUTURE EFFECT OF HIGH HEELS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

WOMEN WITH1 THREE TOES. | . - : 1 FUTURE. EFFECT OF HIGH HEELS. ' Will women p£ future generations have fewer toes than women of the present? A biologist. 1ms expressed the ppinion tiintt Jiey may if. the wear ot'hlgh-heeled shoes is continued. I "Horses originally had ifive toes," he said, "and now they have only one. This change probably was tirought J about by the effort of horses, in a wild state to raise themselves a lit tlo higher to get at tho twigs and l leaves of trees. The five toes of deer hnve been reduced to two, and those of many birds to three. Wo men with very high heels Iiave a gait approaching that of a bird. I do not for a moment suggest that It is not an elegant gait, but it cer tainly is not at all unlike that of the domestic fowl. it means that with the high heels now worn, tlireo toes are aufllcient for progross, and as nature always gets rid of superfluous organs it seems likely that in the course of time women's toes will bo reduced to three, ami perhaps- la...

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