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T. B. SOLDIERS. ART UNION DRAWING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

T. B. SOLDIERS. ART UNION DRAWING. The following are tht winning number^ in' the T.I!. .Soldier Thous and Art Union: . '1st. 180278C: 2ml. :ilO(ir.C; 3I<1, M 1)011: Ith, 11:12:10: r>th, 1 !>si:ts: (ith. 280340; 7th. ."Ill 111: 8th. 17l!M):l C; Oth. 14552; Kith. 105008; 1 ltli. 40038B; 12th:*. 1081X0 A: 13th, 332 19 B: llth. 1865730; 15th, 1H0-125A; IOth. .175000* 17th. 172025A; 18th. 300720-. lHth. i:ifl:sr>n; 20th. 17U711 A; 2I«t, 17701B: 22nd. lfi7S7»; 2:Jrn 151127; 21th, 10I859A: 25th, 3003 I D: 2fith,-'1732fl50t 27th. 1848130; 28th. I84007C; 21lth. i:!80;!7; :10th. 30084B; 31st, S905ftA; 32ml, 155708 O; 33rd, 183I41C; 31th, 170305; 35th. 10150: 30th. 341020; 37tn. 4729IA: bSth. 1783900: 30th. 30IM B; 40th. :ifl82D: list. 278200: 42nd, 4<?295C; 43rd; 1834130; l lth.-142 825; 45th, 15018; Jfith, I78585A; 17th. 40:-M4A; 48th. 3S90SO; 40th. 14338.1: ;-Oth, 107025A

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR'S POLICY. OUTLINED BY MR. WILLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

iiABOR'S ;POLlCY. . OUTLINED BY MR. '.WH-'-IS. ' SYIXNBV, This liay.-Mr. .A. U. WU ;(s, Stjite-omsi'leJit of Lin: AjLA'., made a . declaraUn of 'tlio luilior jilirty'B D»1 Icy yi -icrilay, which was to Heize- (jpnsUiuiioimlly for h.ioIhUhu l|un, atl cridll.s ami banking facilities. This, Jw fiaitl, was' necessary to tak lijg oter 411 important Industries. Cufirgo jFiQler, captain of the Cootnjnundru' school. fractured the small bone of hln riicht wrist, whilst plfiyinK J«riik'et. .''All 'exhibit of Australian coal se Kctcd from ten .different collieries, and rcpresjintinfr-jmII the-collieries mid coal districts'rif the State, will I" stairud-in t(io Bi'itiuli Empire ex Jtlbitii/n uextyear. . . The 3:#te ichoouer'.Kaio hasbtin wreck® dntsr Apia. The cjjjptsin.aqd. etew are xafe. Thej-'amved at'Ap-' ju (Samoa) on Saturday.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOXIOUS WEEDS. OF INTEREST TO LANDHOLDEHS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

NOXIOUS WEEDS. OF INTEREST TO LANDHOLDEhS. A discussion , arose at the Shire1 Council meeting on Saturday'011 the i noxious weeds, question, and it was unaiiimoiiHljCresolved, on the motion of Crs. Tojat aiid Thackeray, tlmt a i list of all "Suctiy, noxious growths bo published in the,; local press, together with a notice!,all landowners, and occupiers 10 'destroy saine within - a specified period.. 'It Is, of course, esauulial that noxious plants be era dicated each: season before they run to - seed: otherwico; tho chance or ridding the shiro of such weeds, this tles, burrs, etc., becomes practically a hopeless proposition. . It was fur* tliar resolved that the P.P. Hoard be approached with a view of council securing the services of the 'Hoard's inspector during certain par^s of the year in order to render the work of weeds destruction more effective throughout the Shire.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAINTENANCE MAN FOR BENDICK MURRELL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

:: MAINTENANCE '.MAN .TOR BENDICK ^MORRECL. - At the Shire medtiritr on Saturday | R-ietter was read troin .-the Bendick J^urrell JPr<iKrea« Aesociatumreques ting that a maintenance man be ap- j pointed to that centre. It >vas de cided" "thirt the ertjriheer prepare a | report thereon for next meeting. ; when a decision Will "be arrived at bythe Council. '.The 'Progress As aqciation, ' in the .meantime, are to , b(' notified that the matter of re- ' Pdjrs to Sundy Creek crosninjf had! djread.v been attended to. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONFIRMATION AT ST. JOHN'S. INSPIRING AND DIGNIFIED SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

CONFIRMATION AT ST. JOHN'S. INSPIRING AND DIGNIFIED SERVICES. I.arge u>ngre>!ations assembled in ; Si. John''; Church of Kngland. Young ,. yesterdav, for the various service'-. { the principal of which was On- eon- j i'irmatio,i service which lieyjin at I I ' ...ni. after the two minutes silence in j uoinecti >n with Armistice Day hail \ bi»en observed awl prayer ami thank:. ; giving Ivid been ottered. A bunch . . <f pop|)!v"< iii the suldiers nwir.wrini i window was n silent reminder to j U.e cnng«,e,?atio,i .of tin* >;u*ri; which h)'"il boys had made toward-* i M-citring ihe ult-matc triumph of tlx. ; Allied arms on the first Armistice Pay. Before the. service begun, the C<m- > Ivmation (andi'lates" were » xamincd h> the M.rfhon. A procession com mising the 4-onfivmees, U.<- v.'u\ bearing white caps and veils, the t horisteis. the clergy ami tin- l»ish .*l.« cnte.\'d th'.» church sinking the i'.ymn. "Cmd Ble^s Our Xativ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW BUSINESS PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

.... NEW BUSINESS PREMISES. . In a viiy short time Messrs. Ver rbh and Marshall will . jnove into . their commodious new premises op posite .Vesbitt's ffarntfe, and next \aoor to Ki.mmoml and Hanlon!s Ron eral .store. Thev ate agent's for Itfjtchell farm and agricultural mac Kjnery, Faiire. Jewett, .and .'Richen backer motor carfi,.Pera, "Felix, .and Alfa-I^w' cream separators, \anu also for the Australian Alliance As surance . Company.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

GENERALITIES. | IBY AN OCCASIONAL RAMHLKR) I Mr. Loughlin M.P., when at Young lately w.us right in drawing attention "That there was*no reduction in tax ation." That the public expendi ture was going on. Any saving made was infinitesimal. With a huge public service, mi doubt it i>> difficult to economise. Still there is room a.; Mr. Loughlin points out a commissioner a few years ago was? appointed lo go into the Lands Oilke exnenditure. He reported ttyit the work done in the Lands Department Sydney was largely duplicating the work done by the officials in- th^ country. As Mr. Loughlin was our late Minister for Lands it %Vould De interesting to know what action hn took on that report. This also stated that there were just -double the number of oflicers in the ;head ollice than in the country. v What a splendid opportunity presented1 it self to any Minister really having economy at heart. Mr. LougHliu however, did not tell his constituents at Young that the present govern ment h...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIX DEFENDANTS BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

rsTx DEFENDANTS BEFORE THE i Zj-2'. . COURT. " Five -defendants were brought bo- I <fore Mr. A. S. Wickham, J.P., to- ; vdav' at ithe Voiiwr -Police Court on I 'charges;-if drunkenness and were 'dealt rtvilh.ks follows:-Herbert John ; '.Cantine (SO): .\ Victorian, for hnv- . 'ijfif 'been found drunk in Main-street i ch Saturday evening was fined .5/ j -OK-three hours in i.he cells. P. j ^Hanagrh&n' (fi.'O who pleaded guilty j jif drunkenness in Burrowa-street, VIVOS fined £1» in default three.(lays .''imprisonment defendant having been j . previously before the court on,a ajni- j .^lar charge. (\ (Myth. 3«">, for drun :kt nness in Lynch street was fined 5/ | cr' three hours. Henry Connors, ! . for a similar offence in Burrowa street on, Saturday afternoon?y>as;fin *cd 5/, with the usual alternative. Jchn Tindall, on bail was also char- j £td with drunkenness. As the 'fail le to appear his sureties were es-' ifeated.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER FROM BURRINJUCK. SCHEME FOR TEMORA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

.WATER: FROM BURRINJUCK. ','v- \SCHEME FOR TEMQRAi", ' ? The Public Works IC'ommiUen, con sisting ot Messrs lW. T. Hick. <.\UUC., chairman, 'Drummond, ;Ooo, 'Cameron, Murke, CM's.UA., A. Travcrs ami Ma hone)*, M's.UC., commenced sitting at Temora on Saturday, taking evi dence in connection-with the propon ed watfcr scheme from' iBurrinjiielt for the south-western towns. Orio of tho witnesses examined wan Mr. TV. Nixon, who slated that during tho summer of. 191D-20 the council was on tho .point oi! getting wAter from trimdagai, 71 'miles away", when a thunderstorm saved tho .situation. Tho average ^ annual- rainfall: since 1S81 was only 10 inches, and1 people suffered great hardships on account of no permanent supply. . Tiio charge. I>y water-eartnis for domestic pur poses from Ironbark and "Cootamun dra Head ds&s was 7/- to... 8/* for 175'gallons. ' , , ' . Another witness stated , that , the schema is tho only practicable ! one suited to Temora.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRE EMPLOYEES. NEW CLAIMS ADVANCED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

SHIRE EMPLOYEES. NEW CLAIMS ADVANCED. ' At the ilJurrangong Slilre |C*uincU I meeting on Saturday, n letter was I read from the* Shires Association set ting forth a list of claims on helmlf of the Shire Employees' Union which it is sought to have included in the new awanl. The principal clauses, I which were dealt with in detail by » the council, are as follows: Absolute preCerence for members of the Shire Employees' Union, ex cept as against returned soldi,ers. Opposed. The recognition of a '14-hour week for shire workers.-.Opposed, j Increase., of from »/. to 10/- per week .in wages.-J.\o action. | Employee \yjth..horse .and cart to* j receive £7/3/- per week. j>)U8 S/» per 'i day for each additional horse used ' in sanitary acrv'fec:1 and for ordin- i nry road work, a wage of £0/l(>/ perftweek.-Opposed. .1 All proclaimed holidays to be ob-i| served as such, and each employee1) to be given two weeks leave or ab sence per annum.-No action. Kihploycet* on completing five yenir...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

Fitting 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. Yoir'sco, we never forget that a:4.; 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 OP VALUES THAT APPEAL TO MEN. MEN'S BLACK COTTON SOX-per palp .. 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-each .. 6/11 and 7/6. TROUSERS THAT ARE BUILT FOR V 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«OUSERS .. ..- ?.. 3/11, 4/11 MEN'S GREY DUNGAREE T...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

RIFLE SHOOTING. A competition shoot at 'fiOO took place at the loc.-il ratten day, and resultml L. Burgess.. .. \V. (Plgramo .. HI. Bluckctt T. JMcVeigli. .. .. 8. Keith :sU:s-t4,Vi R. iRcmiie >V!ri4*2l-.~ J. HUntouI Z-. .. .. ittSCihV} Vi\\ Sutton IJ. Hill .. ni 1 :;i ?2 :6 Sweep:--T.. AIc\ clcn. :I7,;!/J0; J. Tllntoiil,. 36/O/ft.l; "U*. Stilton, «."»/;»/. S. Competition at 7fltt vav.lH will tnko place next CSumliiy. are rc<iue»tetl tn be

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRE RATES. POSSIBILITY OF AN INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

SHIRE RATES. POSSIBILITY OF AN INCREASE. The numerous requests for road Improvements, etc., which have been coming before the Burraiigong Shire Council meetings during the past four or five months show no signs ot' abat ing:. So' far as possible the council lias given attention month by month, to each budget of recjuests for atten tion or complaints, but somehow'one lot is no * sooner satisfactorily dis posed oL' than ' another batch comes along. H'eferring to ' the many de mands'being -made orf the council's finances of late. Cr. Taylor said at Saturday's meeting that the rales would probably have to 'JO inrreased t" 2d. Another councillor endorsed that view, wheroupon the president mentioned that he had recently made a tour through all the adjoining shires, and as a result of his travels he was satisfied that .the roads of Burrangong.Shire, compared very fa vorably with those of any of the sur rounding shires. The president,, however, expressed no opinion on the matter of raising-...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE QUIET. DEMOBILISATION OF SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

;; MELBOURNE QUIET. :^" i.DEMOB'li.'ISATION. OF-SPECIALS. MELBOURNE, Tlis IDay.-Both .tlie" iVussull-Btreet headquarters o£ the regular police, mul the \Towri ." Hull" headquarters o£' the .specials, ? report-' ed last night all. auiet over the weelt 'end. , '' The latest parade . shows thu jsumber of COOO specials on duty. Demobilisation ,'Viil' bo commenced to day, when it is expected the lorco will be reduced to 4000.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMER DANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

SUMMER DANCES. The first of a series of summer ; th rices organised by the Criterion > Juzz Band eventuated in the Oddfel l.nvs "Hall on Friday, night. The . attendance was tood and all present appeared to thoroughly enjoy them- ' selves. All the latest jaw. dunces which have become so popular of lute were Included in the programme. Competitive 'nionte carlo one-steps caused much interest. Music, of course, was. supplied by the Griter ic n -jpzz orchestra and left nothing <t(.-be-desired. A new feature was - introduced regarding the refresh menta, a coupon being given at the door lentitlimr Xht; holder to go to . _GieseKe's refreshment rooms and be "acppljed "with'either ices, cool drinks, 'coffee and. cake. This arrangement . Sv'as nitjpt populjK^itfuit obyjatetUanv -fcfeak in the dancing .programme. BT-fie next socialSvill be held on fri rdi'y night;. ;

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALKING OF STRIKE. VICTORIAN RAILWAYMEN RESTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

TALKING OF STRIKE. ''' ..VICTORIAN ;:RAIL.WAYMEN RESTIVE. ai!E3UBOUIRNJ3, Tills Day.-The Vict torlan railwaymen' are ii'.eptive. A .mass.Jiieeting of'2000' yeaterflay after* n'oon'.deeided 'that, . owing to'the .Go verhriient'B tardlnoss; in dealing: with 'tlie re-claMlfteiitioh ot the.servlco, a riEuiati'on. strike De ..put into .'.opera tion 'next1 Sunilay-.unleBB an intima i.tlon is received from the Govern ment meantime, that the mien's grov antes w|ii'be redressed without delay. " Similar* meetings are to.--be holu throughout tlio fetale, with; anothor mass pieetlng. In jMelljourne next-Sun ''day! ; .. 1 -1,

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN EXEMPLARY PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

AXi EXEMPLARY PENALTY. \t the Police Court to-day, before ' Mr. A S. Wickham. J^P. Henry Connors, a young man was charged * vith ihoving used indecent language , in Burrowa street on Saturday even- j . ing. The language used by defen- I dsnt was committed to paper und . . handed by the police to the Bench ; for perusal. Connors pleaded gun tv to the charge and was lined -in default one months imprisonment ; -with lhard labour. !

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD MAN BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

1 OLD MAN-BURNT TO DEATH.,, "SINGLETON, This Day.-An old Tmari named "William Criylc, 75, was burnt'to 'death in h fire- which dos troyctT 'aii' old buUdin'K near SmKlo tcn . known as "The Bushmans. Ho'me." "Two; otheif pensioners escap ed. . . . ?

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

Broadcasting WILL BE AN ESTABLISHED FACT IN DECEMBER. I HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENT IN YOUNG DISTRICT FOR NEW SYSTEM TELEPHONES Pty., Ltd. /All Goods entirely British Manufacture). ? , ORDERS ACCEPTED FOR GOVERNMENT LICENSE PEE, 10/., AND SUBSCRIPTION PEE TO FARMER'S BROADCASTING ;SERVICE, £3 ,3s. . 'PRICE LISTS OP RECEIVING SETS AND OTHER INFORMATION ON RE QUEST. ' ' ' 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 nil cases of ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS will bo found moat beneficial whether of reccnt or chronic nature. PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. -OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA SI. YOUNG. 'PHONE 158. ^?otmtry Orders packed FREE and sent the Bam* Oer< HEWETT & CO., LATE KICHARD ALLEN Special Manchester AND Linen Week. Wo have just opened a fine range of Pure Linen Goods suitable for Gifts, and as St. 'John's Nursihg Home are holding their Lin...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN HALL IMPROVEMENTS. IRON FRAMEWORK OF ROOF PLACED IN POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923

TQWN IJALli ? IMIFRbVE MBNTS.' . . . r . "1 J : . I . The metal! frameworic ,of .the new roof of the Ta^-!Halli!lBg.-]J0W 411 Bcctipii8;irito.4pp8iUpii?^n Pftturifay, the substitution; of ivon/ffjnjors /for woodwork boinpc.u 'vast improvement,* Vniicl: when this £i>art' of'ftno .liii^heU the iraiif iin.flue»tlpn:Wl! ;bej Aundoubtadli.ytlie 'gtrojiBOHt anuyijosi ?ilrrable '5f any''buildiiiK';!'! the tMun iuipulity. It | is uiitlciputod that the renovations, and. additions,\vul be completed -by '^tbfi aiiiddle oi 'next' irontli, after which-the official open ing will be arranged .'

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