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TROTTING HORSES ON THE CYCLE TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
TROTTING HORSES ON THE CYCLE TRACK. .. Complaints were made at a Yoiiri, Cvcle Club meetiiiK cpticBrninjf "WO trnin:ii>T their troltuiK horaea o.i Hie cvclc Hack t.n the sports Krouml. AW. Kintoul mentioned the matter the council rnc!i;tinjf last niKl'-i when the Mayor said 110 I'''1'"11;;?!''" to train horses there had been jji\? . n ml olVendeiK would lie i>roi.e&lt;utcd. The Mav'ir rcnlvitiK t&lt;> a statement, that a caretaker received 10s a \v':t'k for looking after the ground said it was not n fact.
CURRENT NEWS. BAND RECITAL TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
CURRENT NEWS. BAND RECITAL TO-NIGHT. / The Hand will tfive the first of the summer recitals in the Park to-night. 1 SMALL DEBTS COURT. In the Small Debts Court to-day, \h&lt;* Jo!Jowin;r casus wore disposed of. *--\V. F. U'ceden v. Isabel Ewin, c/ujm for.II,'j 16/7. No appearance of defendant Verdict for plaintiff ior amount claimed and costs-Fred erick Augruftt Donges v. K. Payne, claim for i'2 5s. Verdict for plain tiff with costs, £7.-J. W.. T. Chant v/*A. E. Small. No appearance of dquondam . Verdict for plaintift for £U II.-> and costs 7s. .BIG :DAY AT ST. JOHN'S ON SUNDAY. ..]Larj;e crowd* are expected to at tond tho various services at the l/hurch of England tomorrow. The lijsliop will, he the celebrant at 'the .C/ioral .TCueluirisi at $ a.m., when ovt*ry communicant in the parish, is awked lo he present. At 10.45 a tf/racial 'Armistice Day service will begin, at wliieli about 40 returned men have signified their intontion of present. Two minutes' silence will be o...
THE FAMILY DOCTOR. HOMELY HINTS ON COMMON AILMENTS. A WORD ABOUT TUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
THTE FAMILY DOCTOR. HOMlttY HINTS ON COMMON AILMENTS. A WORD ABOUT TUM'IUFJS. Strictly speaking, 0V;.ry ivvi-lHiif? in a tumor, but I tin word H ii.it ivncr ally midi fir that wide An ali se«i:>: or an enlarged gland « nnl .ri!" ftavilwl as a Jiimoiir, which term iH cum inert to something ih:it p mre ami In. in a way, a foreigner in i! &lt;? tissues Tum.airs are or many diiit'i-'u; vari eties, but these may bo div'ied Into two main groups-! hose iji.r are - In nocent and those that. are n.Ulvnaiit, tin; latter being lHipulurly rill'si cm cers. 'I'll': difference betv.'i'U these Uv.> groups In vital and ]&lt;rotound.' but It lines occasionally huMm that an innocent, tumour may , n un some reason. become a niall.L'ii:i,it one. Tlio differences are as follow, anil tiiese are Importum for lli&lt; patient to kn-w. Iieeau.se the kniivli ige may often relieve his mind of a >:"??=' fear, innocciil tuuir.'.ir.s ;'r.'tw s!ov.'i>; niaji gnum one:> Rio wra...
SHOCK-HEADED YOUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 9 November 1923
SHOCE-HEADED YOUTHS. The smooth, knuttish Jiead, with the haii- swept back, Hint was all the fashion ton years ago, IK tlio excep tion rather than a rule. in,,IBngiand to-day. 'Die close cropped head tliat was supposed to give a~ "service" look is passing -too. 'Man is growing more and more shock-headed. The clippers still go up tlio back anil sides and air space is left (ili.iut tlio ears for comfort, Jjut a-top the hair is worn longish and rough. A boyish and not loo tidy head is in favor, a heart that ruffles in tlio wind. 3t may bo that the younger men are living a more vigorous life than they did. Certainly the knnttisli head thaL scmed to belong more- to the drawns-raotn than lo anywhere else, ami tho parting as thick and lis, white its tlio main rib of a cabbage leaf and suggestive of tho carefully groomed stage hero, are disappeaiinif. To be in the fashion the young nian must wear his hair jmit a little thick ami long ;i:»l untidy a-toji. It .may do ivhat it likes there so l...
TUBBUL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
TUBBUL. (From our Correspondent). Tho wjather remains very change able, sonre very bleak and cold winds Mowiinc nt times. The ground in (he creator nait of the district:is stil lsomewhat boecy, thus prevent ing the "binders" getting to immed iate work, . Everywhere hero re cent rains have greatly delayed.har vesting operations, and it. will he some time before "stripping" can commence. On Wednesday. ! -Hh November, the local hall ft'ill be encased by the Empiess_ Pictnro Company, who promise an enjoyable programme. A social will be held in Tuhbul hall on Fridav, Kith November in support of Miss Kathleen Croke's candidature in the Young Queen com retition. The proceeds will go to the aid (.1 tho Sacred Heart Hospi tal and 'he Old People's Home. It is to be l'oped tlint this function will bo accorded the success it so richly deserves, for tho proceeds go to wor thy causes and it is our desire that !\!is3 Croke should be given hearty support in her candidature. The. hnll has a (rood fl...
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. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
INEW SERIAL STORY. (Our readers nro Informed tlmt nil characters In this story are purely imaginary, and If llio name of any liv ing person liniijiciiH lo ho mentioned no personal reflection Is Intended). THE. SEEKER. By OLIVER WADSLEY. Author ot "Tlio "Reality" clc. '"Look here," ho said furiously, "1 don't lr.i\i this house till yi»u loll 1110 when- Kvie Is." "I didn't expect you'd leave the luiuso," '.Hiss Omle said, "no ime else here will take you In Lo-nigiil. I shall have m keep you, >1 suppose." Ulicliuril laughed hltlerly. "Spread it all around, have you, that I've been ii desericr? Is that your sfory? I warn you thai I'll i;o to law about this. If J've been libelled. 1 warn you, too, i hat you can't keep Jivle t*oni me. If you don't le!l lue her address, by Uleaven I'll take tile mat ter into emirt." "Yes. do." '.Miss 'Garde said fierce ly. ' "Vwire lliu very one to act now. Your easy explanation ol' it all Will iiiiike line telling ill a court ot l'.'T frail form was sh...
HORTICULTURE IN THE SCHOOL FLOWER SHOW AT YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
HORTICULTURE IN SCHOOL FLOWER SHOW AT YOUNG. The fiiMi show under tho auspices of the Young and District Teachers Federation Horticultural Society was held in St. John's Hall, Young, on Saturday. There was an excellent array of choice blooms, principally roses, and the .-how was a success in every way The pupils of elev en schools were in competition. 'File principal i me, that for schools gar den was won by Woqdonga (for schools with re.-ydenec)', and Doara ilor schuln without residence). Mr. $. A. Thornell. Government Fruit Inspector, judired tho gardens, and Mr. A. H. Coppin the cut flowers and vegetables. Included in the crrny of flowers was a very fine collection of roses totalling 120 var ieties from the garden of Mrs. D. I'erks, of street, Young. Tho Monteagle school also sent in a very nice collection of cut blooms. The attendance was large, and included the teachers of most. of the schools and a large number of parents and children. The Mayor, Aid. Rabbets, open ed the show...
TO-DAY'S CABLES. EX- CROWN PRINCE RETURNS TO GERMANY:— FRANCE ANNOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
TO-DAY'S CABLES. EX- (MOWN 'PEINOE SBE TUJBNS TO GERMANY:-; . FRANCE ANNOYEF). - LONDON, Nov. I1- (Kouter!s): The I>utch Government ollkiully sta tes that the ex-Crown Prince of Ger many IcffWicnntevii accompanied by hi' aide-de-cnnp> in a motor cur and returned to .Germany. BerJinn.e.ssnges show thut the Ger man Government grunted him per* mission to return as a private citizen, hut not to; come lo J'erlin. France regards his return as an infraction of the Versailles-Tr. ai y ami intends to urge the AUies to make a united demand that, he be expelled from Germany. The Allied Ambassadors Council will discuss the matter . LATKK.-Ueulor's Merlin corres pondent states that the German Gov ernment has definitely permitted tin. ex-Crown Prince to retire to his estate. 'While he can travel by car throughout the country he will not be permitted to pass through Pcrlin.
REMARKS ON POINTS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
REMARKS ON POINTS GENERAL. Arrangement and General Effect. AIjHcntL' of saonu'.tiiitiil design very noticeable; tiio grouplnt? oE too many cUfLiA-om kinds of ilowors in tlio one bod jh net (Usirable; i'av better each boil iHivolod to orio variety ot flower, with'as nianv colors ot each us pos sible. No attempt ImB, been made to keoii'1 plants ot large 'anil small growths soparate. Neatness.-'.Many points woro lost boeausq tlio paths woro overgrown with woods , ami grasses; beds were not squared off neatly ,n&lt;tr trimmed ! at the edges. in l-am cases was an tiil'orl niado to sauj or gravel .'patUs:. Whin tills is done It always adds a 'f.nlfhlng tounn. Culture.-IWitU a. £ew exceptions liiere was an absence of manurial ei-pcriments, and with lew excep tions no attempt at experimentation has. been made with different kinds of tlie same variety. Sub-soiling, which fa very necessary iii_ a dry climate like ours, was only met witu in a lew instances. That of Mr. C. ilerne, of VV...
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. A violent thunderstorm was ex perienced at Young about o'clock this morning. Very little rain fell. Walter Worthing, aged 10, met .with la serious accident at Macks ville whilst cutting firewood at his wood mill. He was caught in the .helting and his lee was screwed off ji-st below the knee The flywheel ,had .to be broken to extricate him nr.d when brought to Mncksville the leg was amputated. This is the sec ond. , happening of this kind in ?'A most; successful street stall' was .hofd'on'Saturday in aid of the -S.H. "Hospital ijiieen competition. Lucky winners were: 'Weiglu of turkey, !C l}bs.', Mrs. Uaxter; weight nf liani, 91bs. lOo/.. '.Mrs. Veery; doll's name, .Muriel, Wrs. I'ayne.' the past few weeks. A Chandler car. owned and driv el by Mr. A. McPherson, of Young burst into flames and was destroyed.' The ;deuth .took .place at the Wag ir» Hospital of Mrs. Phyllis Grant, ?wife of Mr.. C. ;.F.. Grant, of Yenda. ? Dr. Radford, Bishop of Goulburn, confirmed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
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SCHOOL GARDENS. Interesting Competition. ADJUDICATOR'S COMMENTS. Copy of Report of Mr. S. Thornell— Fruit Inspector, Young. judge of School Gardens' Competition, Young and District; Judged 5th and 6th November, 1923. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
SCHOOL J&ARDENS. Interesting Competition. ADJUDICATOR'S COMMENTS. Copy of Report of Mr. S. Thornell Fruit Inspector, Youmj. judge of School Gardens' Competition, Young and District; judged 5th uric! 6th November, 1923. At the requeat tjfwMr. A. W. Morris, teacher ll*ublic lSchool. *1*:j»p -r;»ry, vvliu Ih lion, secretary %>i Vouu;; iiin Met Teachers' Federation liorUcut tural' Society, I judged tin; eleven school gardens in the Vikui^ district competition. This ucrc.-oKMed tra velling u distanco of l."»o sn.ies, and took iwo daya to uceonipiHi. Kach garden was judged on a -w.ah; point* uh followu: 1'ointH Arrangement and (jetirni 'Kitect Culture -.*» Neatness .. 10 Vegetablea ., :mj Flowers -'i> TOTAL. 1UU The loilowiug school* were vi.silod, vb:., Young 'Diatri«5t School, I5urrait* gong, iLioara, Tumbleum, Tuhbui. Mtiimuvu, Tlppovury, l»eukeim, Wvjt>t\ onga, &lt;\Vtiinbnnumbu, lUendick Alui rell. Under Section-B (schools with sldenccH ultached), the puiuu s...
HIDES AND SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
1HDKS ANI) SKINS. Sheepskins wore very firm mm pelts, slightly ilcarcr at last Sydney ; sales. Half to full wool merinos made from' I24*J to lltd; half to full j wool erossbceds lOd to Ifii'd; pelts (id to »Sd per lb. Hurry ,lots were ' 'relatively lower. Hides were an eighth to a farthini' cheaper. Heav , les realis.-d from 13d to 7d; medium , 4d to fid; light :i'Jd to fill per lb. at > AYim'hvonibe, Carson's sales.
COMMENTS ON EACH GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
COMMENTS ON EACH GARDEN. Young School OMr 0. Cautcllo). Although ;i large number of flower bciln had been laid out, they did not show to effect, having very lew How era in bloom. Tho vegetable .sec tion was very good, but would have showed to better advantage if the beds had been .uioro uniform and not scattered. Boara School (&Ir. D. Perkn), The flower garden here having only recently been laid out;1 did not show to advantage, although: the beds had been neatly shaped -and arranged.' The vegetable ami cereal sectiou here was very good, and-the-different vari eties of wheat and oats growing side by side, both manured and unmanur ed, should prove ol' great value, from an educational point ot view, to the scholars, whose parents are interest ed in . farming. . Aw,-, experimental plot of cotton, is also being tried here. Tumbleton 'School.'(Mr. :S. Kellett). -Although there'.was good .material to work on, it had npt been taken full advantage of, as ,grass growing between tho pl...
CAR BURNT. SENSATIONAL EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
CAR BURNT. SENSATIONAL EXPERIENCE. About U o'clock on Saturday,-Mr. A. McPhorson, of Young/ hud ?. .sensational experience, whilst driv ing his Chandler motor car along tin. Burrowu voiul. Mr. McPhersott who runs for hire, was engaged to convey a partv from. Murengo to Crookwcll. Leaving Young with one of the passengers, everything was running smoothly till about sev en mile* ftom Young, when without any wurtuw. the car wan enveloped in flames. Mr. McPherson and ; his passenger had a miraculous es ' cape from being caught by the ? -flames, both having jumped from the | car. The driver did not even have time to apply the brakes, and the blading ear continued its flight for ; some distance, wheu it crashed through 11 fence on the property of Mr. Basil Hills, where it was com pletely destroyed. The owner of the ear and his passenger then walk ed three miles to the nearest tele phone and sought assistance from Young. The motor car was towed into town yesterday behind a trac tor. It is u...