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HARDEN BUTTER FACTORY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

HARDEN' BUfTTEIl FACTORY j :< At a meeting of the directors 01 the Harden-Cootaniundra Co-opera tive Butter Factory held yesterday it Wiis decided to pay up to 1/5 for choice cream. This price is a snado lower than that paid for September due to the fall in butter. During the nast three months the number of suppliers has .increased considerably and the amount to be distributed for October will be over £1000.

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

WIRELESS FOB"''COUNTRY .POLICE. SYUN'ICV, Tilis Uajr.-Tliu Anuilfc'U muloil 'Wlrulosst |0(>y. Is in'u)mi'i»S;l soliumo lor linking up.U'o eily with. .Mi© country yolieo by wirelesn. Plioro would Iimvu lo lio a 81'eeiiil wuvo length lo pre'fOut criiiilmila lislcniiiB

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

COMMEKCIAJL. YOUNG FLOUR Wheat -J'. Klour £11; Bran i< iu/, i Pollard £7 10/., !

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOSS VALE TO PORT KEMBLA. New Railway Approved. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

MOSS . VALE TO PORT KEMBLA. New Railway -Approved. SVUM'EY. Tliis Dity.^Thu construe, t;im of a railway fromil-VlpHH Val« lo J'orl Kcmbla was a))l>Tvc(1 *'>.*^1' day Tlio (.'stinintoH <M)Hl 1s iSjt.OUQ.

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

UwCESj.jEpA; D|gTHICT Sgoqc./'i [ ' Wineheombe Carson Ltd. report rOuT'^istrict ' safes yesterday inclu [ ded sucker lambs from R. E. Tren ?gove, Koorawatha to 2JJ/4, and cross bred ewes to 22/4: merino wethers, from.R. Fitzgerald, Wyalong to 24/1: crossbred sucker l:lmbs from \V. A. Doujylas, Milvale, to 27/4, crossbred sucker lambs from W. A. Douglas, Milvalc, to 27/4; crossbred sucker Jambs from. G. Tv. Chambers CowrU, to ol/7; crossbred suckers from G. Cooley, Woodstock, to 27/4; suckers from J. G. Beddie, Forbes to 27/7; and 12 steers from C. A. Turner; Forbes, at £10 9/.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING IN AUSTRALIA. CHAIRMAN OF A.J.C. RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

RACING IN AUSTRALIA. .CHAIRMAN OK. J\?TU KYDNIuY, .THIS uw Slenhen, clinlrmnn or 1 lie ai rived luick in Sydney 1Mb >»<>n. »k lie declared Unci. paLioiiii wore Iml tcr umiimuedsik'd mi Australian i.iii ronrsPH for » few sl.iUiugH U»>n Uiuy were in IS«k1hii.I » «J slon teen. llnrtiiwII'WT"' : .Derby winner, unit suiil lio ^ " an average iGnRllaH colt " , generally wns on n yei> hlg» l'1""'. In 'England, and there ore big (Kids in most races. ;

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

FONTENOY WOOL CLIP. Mr. A. Dolger's Fontertoy wool clip was sold on Tuesday by the .Uistralian Mercantile Land and Fi nance Company and realised good all round prices. The brokers describe it as a very stylish, attractive, ana well got up clip, the top price being oli{d for a line of itaa hoggets, and I'Sld for pieces'. The lambs' wool told at 2Hd, the balance selling at r.igh prices throughout, and sever al lines realised HOd and over. The clip was being sold during the ac tual running of the Cup race in Mel bourne. which was unfortunate for the seller, as the interest of buyers who w'cca anxious* to hear the re sult, was naturally diverted at that particular moment from wool to horses. The same thing happened at 'the selling of Fontenoy wool last year. Thy auctioneer who made the announcement of the Cup result from the selling box, was on. crutches .he having met with an Occident a few days previously.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CROWN PRINCE. RETURN TO GERMANY OPPOSED. (REUTER'S) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

THE CROWN PRINCE. ' RETURN . TO GERMANY . OPPOSED. *, (liJBUTHIl'S) LONDON', Jfovembor 8.-Tha An!- '" Imssailors Conforenco at Paris.has , dociloil In reijueat the Dutch Govern- - ment not - to permit the German » Ci tnvn l'rince to leave Dutch terri-* torjv anil '. tho \l!orif erenca»also>, re il'.ieiiteil the German Government' hot .* to pHrjiiit him to enter Germany;-on . the ground that Ills name-IK included « in the list or war criminals whose sur ' render is demanded byv tlio Allies;"

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SERIOUS CHARGE. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

A SERIOUS CHARGE,'3 " ACCUSED COMMITTED., TRIAL A'" ilia Young IPoiice Court? to-day,1 before tho P.M.. John Warren;/aniid iile-iisad man, residing near IBehdleU, 'Murrejl, wan - charged :\vith-liayit>g. (?miim'tlod an assault on a girl- undor the ago of 14 years at U3endlck: Mur*.1' rcll. . Tho case was hoard witli closed: doors." After hearing tho .evidence the -P.M.. committed the" accu'sed:Joi\ trial at'tho Young Quartet; Sessions. on February 11,-1934. Bail was grant I'd. sell! in £50 and - oiie surety oJE iv similar amount. ::i, ? \'::V

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

Have You Ever Thought This Way The great service a highly skit led. Bootmaker it able to give you and help in the selection of your Footwear. . A man who has served an indentured apprenticeship ftndcr .one of the best workmen in,the State must have a heap the best of it when'it cornea to .summing'up the Quality of . w the Material and Workmanship in a Boot or Shoe of any kind. This knowledge thus helps us in our buying-manufactur ers can't put up any old thing on us, and so we huve'nt any inferior Goods to pass on to vou. Our Footwear retains its »hape bccause it is of good mat erial and well. made. Thon we do a hundred little things free of charge to help you get the very best wear out of any purchase made with' us. Call in and have a talk with us ove;* any fitting difliculties you may have and see how quickly they vanish. A, E SUTTON - FORMERLY ROY W. BURROWS Quality Footwear Burrowa-st., Young, J c a A. KEAY 1 MIL V A L E . ^AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION AGIUNT & FOIMVA...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECONOMIC CONFERENCE. PREFERENCE ON EMPIRE LIQUOR TO BE DOUBLED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

..ECONOMIC CONFERENCE: PREFERENCE ON EMPIRE LIQUOR TO BE DOUBLED. ' . 'LOUDON, Nov. 8.-Tho, Kconomlo IC<nil'ercncb has agreed to the iiropoa al to doublo tho Cxlatng preference onKmi>iro.\vinen not exceeding thirty (16ri'6os. strength'.making the tax on. Kmplr? ,>wlrioB'2/- .per gallon', ami foreign wfiies .0/:.' *. Both tho JScono>< mlc unit; Imperial: Conference liava concltfacd; unil'Iull reports will 1>6 la sued OA SiiUirdny. -

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

Broadcasting WILL, BE AN ESTABLISHED FACT IN DECEMBER. . « j I HAVE BERN APPOINTED AGENT IN YOUNG '"DISTRICT FOR! NEW SYSTEM TELEPHONES Pty., Ltd. ' "T, nnnn «'&! s L'nlire)y British Manufacture). I ?RREJ?,? ACCEPTED FOR government LICENSE FEE, 10/., ANnvScUBSCHIPTI°N FEE TO FARMER'S BROADCASTING j 'PRICE LISTS OP RECEIVING SETS AND OTHER INFORMATION ON RE QUEST. I W .F.Gilbert PYOUNG° Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE PROMPTLY RELIEVES ALL AFECTIONS OF THE BRONCHIAL PASSAGES AND RESPIRATORY ORGANS. A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. In all rases of ASTHMA am! BRONCHITIS will ha found moat buneficial. whether ot recent or chronic nature. . . _ PRICE Z/G PER BOTTLE. OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOONG. 'PHONE 158. *Xrantry Orders racked FR BE and sent the Sam* Day* LATE RICHARD ALLEN Special Manchester AND Linen Week. . We have Just opened a fins range of Pure Linen Goods suitable for Gifts, and as S*. John's Nursing Home are holding'their Linen Tea next week, w...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURRANGONG TENNIS CLUB. MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

BTJRKANGONG TENNIS CLUB. I -- MONTHtA COMMITTEE MEETING At the monthly committee meet in# of the above club was held at the School of Arts, on Tuesday night, (he-'following were present: Mr. S. G. Smith (president),-Misses J. ana Dowling, Messrs, H. J. Ferguson, W. Bartlett, A. 0. Dickinson, T. A. Tester, M Fowler and II. K. Draine (hon. secretary). .Amotion of condolence with the family of the late Rev. S. A. T. (Champion was carried by the com mittee in silence and fueling refer-, once was made by the President re-, gnvding the munv sterling qualities of the late Mr. Champion. The Treasurer's financial statement showed the Club's funds to be in a healthy state and it was resolved to pay £50 forthwith' in reduction of the Loan Account by transferring I same from (he,General Account. I It was decided to supply tennis balls for the use of members until the cud of the year, and also that the supply would be discontinued c.urin<r the months of January and I'ebruary. The cour...

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

pH A'Reliable Tractor at Last! THE BRITISH PETERBRO Lasts a Lifetime! fpinST cost is Inst cost with a Petobro-the liifth-wntor nwrk a . of British Manufacture. It boats the horse out of sight -hnuls the ploiiRh, linrrow and harvester - drive* every machine on the farm where you wa nt it worltimr. The Peterbro Tractor is liu-lit, compact, powerful, mid easy and cheap to run. For n real British Ei»rmcerm«r job noth ing tail touch it. Ask us in send yon all particulars. Also in stock: Blaclcitone Traclars (like the Wiippct tanks) and Blackstone Kerosene Engines, From 3. H.P. to 25 H.P. Prices submitted for Garrett Portable Steam Engines; Saw benches. Send for details to role agents: yERNON & MARSHALL, .' . . YOUNG., . . : j| g.^ ® J $233F£&gs&lfeji! New Zealand - WONDERLAND OF THE WORLD. / aBllllflBBBBBBDIDaaB. 'Join the "big contingent of producers and their families, who are visiting New Zealand this summer. YOU'VE EARNED A HOLIDAY ft' " TAKE IT! ' ' For ia co...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAXATION TANGLES. New Income Tax Returns.—Comment Important to Farmers and Graziers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

TAXATION TANGLES. New Income Tax Returns.-Comment Im . ", portant to Farmers and Graziers. . ' Can you tell rne the best method to adopt in the spatter'of in* Vorporrtlng live stock- partioular6 in my income tax return,'in -view pf the options given under the amended Act? Thlo is a question which is now being frequently "asked, and as the policy of the proprietors of "The Daily Witness" Is to assist primary > jn c-duccrs id tho fullest extent possible, we have re quested our auditors, Messrs Tester and Gaston, who specialise In: taxotion matters, to briefly review t-ie cituation. ! Lot us anticipate 'he following query from a farmer sind grazier: "1 havo just obUiint il one of the now combined federal and Statu in come tax forms, and np»n porusinif same in .conjunction with tho "in struction sheet," /ind that my anti cipations from the point of view of simidlclty Jmvo not bi<*u realised. "Tho first point that evidences it self ly in connection with my live stock ai :10...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIRL DIES TWICE. LIFE RESTORED AFTER FIRST DEATH... [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

GIRL DIES TW1C2. LIFE RESTORED AFTER FIRST DEATH . . . The story of how a child died dur ing' an operation and then brought back to life was told at a Westmin ster inquest on Violet ^Winifred Leo nard, !>, of Lynton-voad, Bermondsey S.R. / It was stated that the child had itmlenconc several operations. On September M laat at St. George's Jwspita!, during another operation her heart stopped and she died. The heart was massaged by hand and it began to beat, first with a flutter and Uvn steadily, and breathing was re-established. She was actually alive nxnm for.about 45 minutes, but after she had been taken hack' to the ward uhe collapsed and died. Dr. Braxton iliefcs, pathologist at . the hospital, said that death was due to tb« fuet that the girl had statu.1; .lymphaticUK. She was dead for some time before her .heart was set ft'oiii^ A verdict of death by mis adventure was recorded. Slxttu.-; lymphntiem; i» a condition of bodily debility ?u;e6nipnnied by an enlargement of the thym...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL NIGHT SITTING. Railways and Education. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

I ALL NIGHT SITTING. Railways and Education. SYDNEY. This Day.-'The Leninl" tive Assembly sat all nijjht till o (.'clock thin morninjr and got through the Huilwriy and Education Estimates the clos'ire being applied.

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

HE HOBBLE-SKIRT. The throat of the hobble-skirt's re turn "will inspire .some alarm among the modern generation of. ..young Australians .. who play frames and do not, like,the early Victorians,'* di vide their time between crocheting antimacassars and fainting elegantly. Thin fjartieuhir habiliment had a long ..tin before the war. It seemed prt* posterously t uncomfortable. It was solemnly denounced by all the pro phets,; including the medical men, and during its career wan banned by four thousand American "clubwomen Yet it persisted, and it required the war to drive it out. . The makers of women's fashions have certainly an odd penchant for inflicting on women kind the oddest, and mo.it uncomfortable' forms of dress. .The crinolin, which lasted nearly a generation, was even more impossible, and absurd than the hob ble-skirt; yet no one rebelled against it. Indeed, the Mid-Victorian car toonists show us ladies in crinolines Playing badminton or lawn tennis Wo have now to see whether...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY DIVORCE SUIT. ITALIAN CONSUL AS CORESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923

SYDIIEY. DIVORCE SUIT. ITALIAN CONSUL AS CO RESPONDENT. SYIDNWY, This Day.-A divorce ease thai aroused cmniderable inter est in social and commercial c reNu is beiug heard before !Mr. Justico Owen and u jury or twelve, when Kraneeseo Mcliele Lubi'ano, shipping u,;enl, ot Darling Point, the petition er. alleged tliat his wife, IMaly Mag delene 'LulnUnu, formerly 0'K>au, iiad been guilty ot misconduct wilii Liiigi inuoriiiBegni Viialii, Italian cus sui m .Sydney.' and from whom lie claimed i'uOOO damages. The parties woro married at tjoiicord in J>uly, 1310, Mrs. ILubrauo bong the daiigh ter of a barrister, while petition father was a merchunt. Both respondent and co-respondent denied tlie eharges, and respondent made a counter (riiarge of. alleged mis conduct ogainst lier huabaiid, a:id al so alleged cruelty.| < .Giving evidence this .norniiu;, '.Vra. Lilian ILubrauo, Hister-i>;-Jaw of 'eti tioner, denied that lier husband and petitioner were llnunoltig Vitali, th...

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

ILLEGALLY ON LICENSED PREMISES. Mary Byrne and Charlotte lioni ir.Kton wc-rc charged at the ty'olice Court to-day with having been found on licenced pmni.se.s during prohib ited hours. Defendants pleaded Kuilty and were each fined 10/.

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