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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
CRICKET. The foIlowiiiK team will represent Tipperary npalnst Wnmfoanumba, al Wninhafiuniba on Sunday, match com mencing at 11 a.m.:-&lt;11. Metzlur, n. Jones, K. Wilson. Ul. IHarnes, V. Jones W. Wagpnbali. ti. 'Stevens, 'L. Illanlon R 'lloger#, C\ Ilonry. IU IHnmimmil. n. Kelly J2th. J. Uhinlou Kith. I'laycre request nil to meet motor lor ry at Koyal Hotel corner at 1-0.1-5 a.m. sharp.
ST. JOHN'S NURSING HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
ST. JOHN'S NURSING HOME. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Home was held yesterday. Be fore the business commenced Mr. Bnrritt, v ho occupied the chair, made reference to the death of Rev. A. T. Champion, who had occu pied t.1>u position of President since the inception of the Home and who vas one oi' the founders. A reso lution ww carried placing on record the work of the late President and the great loss the Home had sus tained tlrough his death. The Matron's report shows that during the monM of October 10 births oc curred, 8. males and 8 females, with a daily average attendance of 0.-15. | Three nurses passed their final hos i pital examination. Seven nurses i have now" obtained their certificates .sine" the Home, J 8 months ago, was registered ay a Training School for Obstetrics. Tho Indies reported everything satisfactory in regard to the Linen Tea to be'hold in the Home ground* next Wednesday and again extend a hearty invitation to all to be present. Mrs. Cripps and Miss K...
HARVEST HANDS. A.W.U. Seeks An Award. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
HARVEST HANDS. A.W.U. Seeks An Award. MELBOURNE, -This Day.-The A. W.U. 's seekiriir an award for har vest hands in -the . Federal Court, claimijur iu/6 a day with keen for riheuf pitchers; stackers and ihatcU ers 25/- a day with keep; and other harvest hands 13/ a day with keep. The week to. comprise «18 hours work with allowance for travelling time and the usual holidays.
MAN FOUND SHOT. SENSATION AT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
MAN FOUND SHOT. SENSATION AT HAY. HAY, This Day.-William -Thos. ! Hunt, a .young, man, was admitted t» the Hay hospital with''two bullet wounds in the forehead. He still lies there in ah unconscious condi tion. Hunt and others were at a dance at West Hay, and when they left at 4 o'clock this morning his companion William Smith went t*> raddle Hunt's horse for him, and while doing so heard two shots. When he went into the shed he found Hunt, lying across a stretcher with two bullet wounds in the fore head anil a small American revolver It y alongside him.
RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. At the Yotin" Police Court to-day I I.tfore the P.M., C'harle.'i Henry] Glover ami Ueuheu FMwa'rd Wright I v/ere charjrcd with riotoUK behaviour in Main street, on Thursday after noon., Both were out on bail of 45 suretioH. Kadi of the defen dants was fined CI in default seven ' days imprisonment. |
WATER FOR FIRE PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
WATEil FOR FIRE PURPOSES. At last night's meeting of Young Council, Aid. Macadam moved that provision bo made to have an ade t-uate water yupply to safeguard the main portion, of the town in case of are. H« explained liow water could be pumped into overhead tanks at various places in the town, When icminded that water would be avail able from Burrinjuek, Aid. Macadam said he did not think it would come to Young in the next hundred years. Vountf i.ow had a fire enfdne enual .:o anything in the country, and an effort should be made to secure W!)t ?r. Ail the, aldermen" agreed that the water is necessary but thought Aid. Macadam's motion too vague and deferred consideration until a later date
IMPROVING THE SPORTS GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
IMPROVING THE SPORTS GROUND. I*, Last night AlcT. Macadam, in ur I ging Ui.\t the Young Council eft'ee:. necessary repairs to the buildings on the Crickct Ground pointed out that the ground was used by followers &lt;>.' all branches of sport-cricket, cyc ling,. football, running*, etc.. The Council for that reason would . Tie justified in expending money on im provements; .Replying to Aid., Mac adam's question, the Mayor said the \vorks committee would inakd an in spcction of the place and s?e what could be done. He suggested t«. the sporting bodies that they should combine for the purpose of hoUbr.» some entertainment for the in\nrove ment of the ground, and that the Ceuneil should subsidise the amount raised £ for £. Aid. NTormoy!e, however, thought there was'no. easity for such subsidy as the sport ing bodies had the ground for noth ing or very little whenever they re quired to play their games. T«h.*y should do something to help them selves. In reply to the Mayor as t...
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
MKTHODIST criUKGli: ' Mission boRins, Siitiminy; .Doc. 1 .... . Itev. liiiymund. l'ruslon, Confoioncu lOvullKi'linl,). .Sunday, Nov. - 11th:-ArmiBllcu ' '?'* . Sund.iv:.Yuwiik. 10.40 u.ni.. (Mr; J?-.: Ilcind): 7.3(1 D.m. Community vice. ;AU'.vandor'« Ilvmnn.- .....! UHjrliti? '*..». SiiiKiiw.' , Comhmiiwn. v ..... Maimuruf HMO ..«.ni.,.WoodmiK», 8 p.im (ltcv. IT Wm .. 0. I'liluli'ton).-^-Huv. ffm.'C I," I'uUcrlun, Minister. ? \
QUEEN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
QUEEN COMPETITION. Each oi the stau-noianrs oj u»e recent S.'Hi Hospital Bazaar arc IOWK everything possible towards in surinf** 'the success of their respec tive candidates 'n the Queen Compe tition. The vital matter is of course the securing of .the highest number of votes. To-morrow (JOth inst) a street stall will be held by'the \y?s~' pital Stall to raise funds for Miss Kathleen Croke, of Tubbul, who is their rhuice for the "Crown at the Strand Theatre on the 30th imul. On the evening and night of the &lt;2Htn ii;st a carnival will be held on the grounds of the S. H. Hospital, which function is being organised by all the Queen competitors, and patrons are promised an enjoyable outing thereat.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
DDDSE BROTHERS MOTOR CAR OVER 973,000 OWNERS. Sturdy and vjgorous after years of hard scrvica, -there would seem to be no limit to what the Car . will do. This exceptional strength is not to be marvelled at when, you ccn-sidcr thai one-eighth cf ihs total weight of the Car consists cf chromc-vanaUium steel. Every part, in fact,' which takes a majar strs:-:, is . I>uilt of chrome-vanadium steel, and many more pieces of alloy steel arc used in vital parte than normal wear requires. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. .*0 tCURING, £390. ROADSTER, £330. STANDARDISED Mdtors Limited 270;a^0 tASTUeREAGH STREET. SYDNEY iCSOCIATE DEALER c. WATSON YOUNG WHEAT Thie Young Co-operative Roller Flour Mill Company, Limited, will receive Wheat at any . Station or Siding in the Young District. > ' &lt; WE WILL PURCHASE OUTRIGHT OR RECEIVE YOUR WHEAT UNDER "OUR STORAGE CONDITIONS. - . SPECIAL QUOTES WILL BE MADE FOR MARQUIS, COMEBACK, CEDAR AND BOBS VARIETIES. .'.A BONUS OF id PER BUSHEL WILL BE PAID ON...
FAMILIES OF FOUR. VITAL TO MAINTAIN THE NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
FAMILIES OF FOUR. j VITAL TO MAINTAIN THE NATION. The ideal of a family of four chil dren, if the-British race is to hit main tained-much.leas increased -? waa advanced by Dr. VuukIiuu Cornish in addressing the Geography section of the Britisn Association. Me also nupported the policy of a white Aus tralia. It is calculated that 200 years henco would sec the end ol the col onising period. 'Two centuries re mained, therefore, in which to pro | vide the temperate climates ol the | Britisn Empire with a suJliciency of 1 liritbn utoek to ensure the continu I ance ol* their British character. An increase ol the ' emigration of women within the Kmpire would ben efit tne national character, for at present the Dominion frontiers. lack ed the due weight of feminine influ ence, while in Great Britain many women were denied the full develop ment of their character' which some j natures -only attained hy wedlock and motherhood. In Great Britain the total number of families was lim ited hy the* ...
REFUSING TO GROW OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
FUSING TO GROW OLD. Striking as are the records of long lived families that have been publish ed recently, science Rives; every en couragement to suppose that in the next hundred years they will easily be surpassed. Modern mastery of disease has given the middle-aged de finitely, greater expectation of long er' ifru. The feature of population ntatisties in years to come will doubt le.;:; be. the increased proportion of the elderly and the old in Great Bri tain. Our times are a great tonic for old age because they arc more interesting; there is more to live foi, to^experiepec, and to enjoy. Elder ly people, it is noticeable nowadays, politely decline to. be put on the shelf like their Victorian parents. They dress youthfully, they dunce, and generally take their part in the modern busclc of lite. And their en joyment is justified by results. JL reasoned refusal to grow old is e'._vr ly the best way to keep young.
THE INEQUALITY OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
THE INEQUALITY OF MAN. .Dr. Cyril 'Burt, speaking before the &lt;Hritish Association at iLIvorpool, as serted that the idea tlial nil men are born equal is, in a psychological nense, totally untrue. Children vary from 50 per cent, below normal to J50 per cent, above. Tile Socialist ic theory that It is inequality of op portunlty that mainly differentiates mankind is seen, in the light of theaj experiments, to be only n very par tial truth. I.Weit may have an in herent right to" equality its dti'/.ens, but under any system of government ability will come' lo tlio front lai-I man will bo shown to" be a born *n dlvldualist. Socialism Is,' .pisycl,lo gically, an Impossibility, and tliat is why such attempts as wo have .vit nessed In Russia are forodoomeil to 'failure.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
IN MEMORIAM. OR.YM.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Don-, alii Cram, who passed away ou No-1 vember 9th. 1U19. -Inserted by his loving wife ami | family. .CHAM.-In loving moiitiii'v of my dual' I son. Krie Wilfred, who passed away ;rt' Vi«iT\R"on' iS'ovpiiiiiL'r'-lotli. If--. J One year lias passed lint inno call tell Tlie loss of a soil I loved so well: 1 have lost, but. Heaven lias gained, One of tilB best the world contained. -Inserted by his .sorrowing father, Robert Cram.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
IT IS A SERIOUS MATTER TO DELAY MAKING YOUP. WILL. EQUALLY SERIOUS IS THE QUESTION OF SELECTING YOUR EXECUTOR PERPETUAL TRUSTEE COMPANY (Ltd.) J» in Every way lo be Preferred to Private lv.\cctllio!ls, However Tl'ust .. worthy. ITS ADVANTAGE LVGLUDE- ' CONTINUITY OF MANAGEMENT SECURITY. K cannot die or leave the State r"..erves and Uncalled Capital arc ample. ? EXPERIENCE. REASONABLE CHARGES. U Ii;i-s handled almost every class of Asset. 1 Is cliartrc.H are moderate. V.Viti- fur Booklet, which (rives ilrlnils of its Methods and Charges. Truat and Agftncy Funds undor Adm'nis.'vRtion exceed £22.000,000. HUNTEIt STREET, Sydney, it COPLAND LETHBRIDGE, Mgr. THE Primary Producers' Bank OF AUSTRALIA, LTD. OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY THE MAW ON THE LAND Branches now opi-n in Queotudnnd, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. AUTHORISED The main objcct oX SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL Primary Producers' capital, OVER ?4,ooo',ooo. Bank £i,100,000. i:: to render BANTCLVG SERVIOE to the Man on tile La...