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CURRENT NEWS. REMEMBRANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
: ' fgURRENT NEWS. K , S? REMEMBRANCES. * flrfhe Youwr Branch of the Return- j (fd^Soldiers League placed a large , wreath of popples on one of the I foundation stones of the Younj? ami ; District.Soldiers Memorial Toner «t . tKe'Town Hall yesterday in remem- : brance of comrades who fell in the I war. The children of the \ounir j District Sihopi ..placed a wreath of , poppies on the other memonnl stone \vhich was nlaeed .111 the tower on | behalf of the children of .the dis trict The peace loan flat; was | flyinit from the atillT of the tower. ! JArmijtice jbav was commemorated 111 | all the cTiurches. |
SHIRIE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
SHIRIE -COUNCIL. (MONTHLY MEETING. The &lt;nionthly aneetlng ot ' tho'iBur ruugong b'ulre Council was ucla ou Saturuuy, cue following Doing pre sent; (utoaacillora C. Crichton Ipresl Uuncj, 'F. «. Tout, j. I). tcroucti, 10. w. .Caldwell, M. G. U. 'i'Uuckeray ana ». -Taylor.: . . - 'Correspondence was rcutl and dealt wtm oa lollowa: C'Voni ,j.'tSiinit)i requesting permis sion to.erect » public gate,-Weaolved to notily writer tnat council bad no objection. '. rum 'vv'1. A. Anderson, In reforonoo to tiiij permission given oy council to U-'florclon to clear a roadwuy. After ane subject bad been urie.ly illaouHKed, tlio Jirealtient Invited Mr. Uoi'tlon to uddress tne council irom Ills viewpoint, ua liiul been done a. a previous meeting by Mr. Anderson. ,Alter hearing. Mr. Gordon's explana tion and statlliient ot tne CHUB, tbe president Informed blm that an In spection would be made by tae en gineer as early us possible." The (lat ter uiiiuked in&lt;j president und coun-' ...
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIA TION. The nowlv formed local brunch of the Country Women's Association promises already to be one of tne most successful in the* State juiidiiil! by the (Trent amount of interest be ine shown in the Association and its objects bv women ami Kir's through out the district. A meeting of the branch will be held .at the School of /.rts on Thursil-.v afternoon, when n rumber of new members will lie en rolled. Mrs. Uver. who visited Youmt la it week for the purpose of f, undine the branch, has returned to Jier home, "(.'otjiwold Grnbben C?ul» len.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
Buying- and Selling on the Fundamental Prin ciple of Fair Dealing accounts for the Pro gress of Chellew Trompf & Co. SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE jAT THE STORE FOB MEN AND BOYS. At the Door of the Post Office. NOTE THESE VALUES: "PINWlRE," THE iDEAL WORK TROUSERS. , These Trousers are built from '. an exceptionally' durable mater ial; iDark Grey with strlpeB, good 'summer weight.' reinforc ed nt points of Btraln, taped seams, strong pockets. Try a ? pair. The price ,1B 12/11. "TRIUMPH" WORK" SHIRTS. Each One Guaranteed. Men J Ike them for. their com fort and sterling worth, and the woman of tlio Jiomo for tlm sorvlce .they ,givo. TVe stand behind :every Shirt -sold. Navy Drill. (Harvards, (Black and Grey Twill. Prices: C/11,7/11, S/ll and 9/6. Golf Shirts, Willi , or without Collars to match, 8/C, 9/fi, 10/G. Also excellent supplies of Soft Collars in White and Striped at 1/- and 1/6. SUITS YOU'D SWEAR WERE TAILORED TO MEASURE, 72/6 One line in particular-a Qua lity Grey Tweed. In a...
AWARDED TENPENCE HALFPENNY. CLAIM IN HIGH COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
AWARDED ' TENPENOE . HALFPENNY. CI#MM,IN,HIGH.COUlVr. ' OM13UpOUn.NE,.,.T,tU« . Day.--A girl employed ;in a shop at Bendifro sued her omoloyer for 0/11 alleged to be. clue to,her under an agreement. The matter eume heforc the Iluth Court yesterday when she was awarded ten ?peiii'O haK-poriny... The Chief ''Justine said that the ilppeal rVfcall.v ijnyolved more than i'lOfl.OOO /raKCe-"', uudojr.. industrial agreiimertt? , .v. ^ 't1 V..t%.&. .'4
COOTAMUNDRA RACES. WEIGHTS FOR WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
COOTAMUNDEAUSAGES. .' - WEIGHTS, FOR ; WEDNESDAY.- 1 MATDEX IPL«VPE,- w.t.u,.; (i fura.t-i Ilnroilleld. Gnliniar S;12" iBi'own: Spear, Glory (Light, S.I1. il.acly (BtirreufleUl, ? UJucrcibur S.10, !."llllstUch 8.0. it'l.Yl.N'G H.Y.VI dtJAP, (, Em. longs -. Poppy's Son !l.l, Atlanta 3.3, ICntjm Iquk 94, U8xehanjM 8.2; Valfiro. 7.13,, Queen Jtut'us 7,10. Lunar 'Hoso 7.2, I'lyluR I'uliKt, Siddoua, Miss Dttlclo 7.(1. n:ibuu aiAWBtOi\ip, 1 mUo.-aub trnlinn 'Gag O.li, ilJttlo 'Morna 8.4, Ex change S.U, Queoti Kaitus ?.G, (Dull-' fniitlier 7.'S, Good Tnsto,'Siddons.vBe romis 7.0. . , , . . , J&lt; IHHIST ??TTOrAITj HlVN-DljCiAP, fl fur-., Umikk.-Coalaform 9.5;' (Baroness Beau mont 0.2, Iris 5lose*$.7,',(Larak £.3, lied Omar." S.2, -StiUlous 7.1i2, "Brlttonotto 7.o, 'Patch Again, Crowohvorlc, (Boro-. kuk 7.2, Jimy Kelly, r.atvicla It., King . Korman, Fmmy, Glory Light, Biiula rca, StraishtstttcU 7.0. . /NViIC'iyr.K'lt .HANDICAP,&lt;7 furlougs.-» kittle Morna '9.13,'ValftteO....
BRIBBAREE. GRENFELL BAND AT BRIBBAREE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
BRIBBAREE. GRENFELL BAND AT BR1BBAREE. . The residents ol Bribbaree had quite a. musical treat last Wednes day night (writes a correspondent) when the Grenfell brass band paid them a visit. :The ibandsmen seem-' od'to enjoy their ;outinif very much; .ai^d were loud in . their praises of .Bribba'rce's pretty; j?lrls and good dancers. The jusht. was spent in iihricirij; and some of our younjr.lacl ies played extras to ewe the bands men a chance to try the floor. The players were Miss Dowlinfr, Moran,' and Armour who were loudly encor ed'. The people of Bribbaree hope to see more of these talented mus icians in the near future, more es pecially so when the Shire Council get our road metalled; up to Thud duricra. .... Mr. Philin Dalton has the eonri tract of metalline our main street completed, and this is a big improve ment to'our tviUano.. v ? : . r!. » Haymaking is jilst commencing out this way and most of .the crops tire Very
PEACE OF EUROPE.—BRITISH LABOR'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
PEACE OF EUROPE.'-BRI TISH LABOR'S PROGRAMME. I.OtfDON, Nov. 11.-Mr. Hamduy MacDonald, M.V\ speaking at ^cws buyy, declared that every industrial cnuntry, protected or improtecteu, required its wage earners to. tight through their trade unions, towards, waintainintr themselves . against tno encroachments of capital. .. Until the British electors faced the prob lem of international relationships, we should1 have no peace or prosperity 'to honor. If they had no say to it, unless peace is maintained in hurope. our'men would bn'called on to fif^nt ar.othor -war. lie caid it was? in tended' to kfcep the peace of Europe ivJtV* f^efront of Labor's pro 1 gramme V
BULLA CREEK v BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
BULLA 'CREEK v BURRANGONG. IBulIa (Creak lmcl u very .easy win over Burrangong yesterday by SCO runs to 135. .This. Js the ..highest; total so lav this? season. Scores; IBUHIRANOONG. J. aiyan, b lAchurch .... ... 22 i K. Commfns, c Joyce b IPowclerley .tij 13. Costlgan, run out 40 B. Reynolds, b Auhurcli OJ C. Woodburn, b J. Joyce ...... 11 "W.:JaBpi'lzza.'c 'J, Joyce b Joyce 27 VV. (Douglass, b Acliurcli .. .. .. 9 L. Stapleton.'b ai.'Joyce... .... 0 H. IMo&regor, ib IM. Joyce; 0 3. Meeclmrii, c Powderley_-b Acliuroh 0 A. Metcalfe, not out .... .... 2 Sundries ... .. 9 Total :W5: Bowling: (13. 'Powderley -1/i24; C. Achurch 4/45; J...Joy«e, 1I/B4; IP. Fow-.: derley, O/U'3; IM. Joyce, 3/30. , : 'BU/IXiA "ORIEIHK. 15. Powderley, c 'JuBprlzza b Oos tigan .. 02 B. Powderley, retired 101 0. -Acini rob, o and b Douglass .. 56 X. Powderley, e ^Metcalfe b Jtyan 41 li. iUryant; run Out .. ;. .. .. C l\ Powderley, c Douglass b Met calfe'.. .. 19 J. Joyce, retired .. 27 J. LMaroney, c ...
RAMBLERS v IBENDICK MURRELL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
RAMBLERS v IBENDICK 'MURRELL Ramblers defeated Uendlck Murrell yesterday by 3 wickets and '15 runs on the Young cricket ground. 'Brod erlck gave a great display with the bat, making 153 not out.. Scores: .DKN1DI.CK afUftlKIEJLiL. 12. 'Oass. 1) BrodGrlek.. .. .. .. 25 C. IWiiliams, ;b iBuchan... .. .. 22 A. (Hunter. e 'Brbderlck b Buclian 0 L. iRowan, b Smith . 32. G. Crowe, run ;out .3 W. iHtircombe, :b Kenna ...... .1 C. ?Crowe, c.'iBrhderlck b Bell . 3 T. Cass, .at McColl b (Buchan .. 6 L. Gill, :not out 17 M. CVowe, b Staith 2 \V. Hunter, b Colless 7 Sundries * 2 Total ... .. 100 !Bowling: Cblless, 1/7;, Kenna, 1/114, Smith,. 2/29; VMorris, 0/5; 'IBuchan' 3/30; 'Bi'oderlck 1^5; Bell, 1/S. ?RA'MUMJItS. ' \V. 'Morris, lbw ;b iRowan .. .. 1IT E. (Hobaii, st. Crowe ?b T. iCaBS .. 11 W. Smith, rail -out .. .. .0 J. IRidtlell st Crowe :b. C. (Ci'owe 44 N. .IBrotleviok, not but 1'53 A. IBuchan, run out 8 G. 'Bell, .b CUBS 0 I). MtiColl, lbw b U3. Cass .. .. ott Colless, not out ... .. ....
Competition Matches. TIPPERARY v WAMBANUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
Competition Matches. TIPPER'AVY v WAMBANUMBA. Tlpjierary defeated "Wambanuinba 011 tliB lutter'a wicket yesterday by 4li nuna oil tin; 'first innlngH. Tliia ;mutcli ended the first round ot tbe competition, leaving "Eliipcrury lit the .lioad, that team being undcreatod.i Scores: TIPFIEJItAIRY. VV-. Wageiibali, run out .;.... 8 G. Stevens. b&lt;(H«ttcr 31 'It. Metzlur, ib 'Farrington 11 !.'. nognrs, b Matter 13 IR. 'Wilson, b (Eurrlngton .. .. .. S J. Hnnlon, b (Farrington 3 'L. 'Hanlon, liiO.w. ib iFurrington II 'L. 'Hummoml. c'Page b Hatter .. 1 V. JoneB, c Farrington b Hall .. 19; R. JoneR, h.o.w. :b Farrington .. ' 33 L>. Kelly,, not out ~3 Sundries .. IT Total .. 149 WAMBAiNUMBA. S. Tout,' l.b.w. b iHanlon .. .. .. 4 J. 'Wlddy, :b Stevens .. 8 H. iRage, c (Hammond b Stevena 1 S. iHnll, c Kelly b Stevens .. .. .11 R., Ttorrington,' c "Jones b "Wilson 33 C. Donges, c and "b .'Wilson .... 3 W. Hatter, c V. \Jonos b Wilson 7 T. Hull, not out .. .. - 9 U. (Hall, c Hanlon b...
"NO MORE WARS." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
"NO MORE WARS." *"Xo More Wars" was the slogan ! at a .number of miners' mass meet-' iugs in iHeburn coal district yester day. it wan declared that no BUCII i organisation UH the League of-Nations enfold iprevent blood-letting of work ers. This could only be done:tby the workers themselves declaring for in surrection rather than war.
POPPIES IN LONDON.— SOLEMN CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
POPPIES IN LONDON. SOLEMN CELEBRATION. LONDON, Nov. 11.-(Australian I Tress Association Cable)- London yesterday was ablnzc with Flnnders poppies. Great numbers were sold in the streets on behalf of the sol diers fund, everybody wearing them. The .armistice to-day V'as celebrat ed in the most solemn manner. There was a'ceremony at the cenotaph and in «TI the churches. LONDON, Nov. 12.-(Reuters). Enormous crowds und bright sun shine markqd the celebration of ar mistice day. Heine the first time this has fallen on a Sunday a ser vice was held in the morning, in Westminster Abbey. Their Majes ties the King and Queen were pres ent. Naval, military and nir-force detachments were stationed at either side of the grave of The Unknown Soldier, whereon, after, the two min utes silence and the singing of "O God Our Help in Ages Past" -li;l a short sermon, thoir Majesties with tho choir and clei'iry, 'Earl Beatty, Earl Cavan. the Speaker, the Lords Chancellor, Air Stanley Baldwin, Cabinet .Mini...
SOLDIERS DO NOT FORGET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
SOLDIERS DO NOT FORGET. A commemorative service was held, i.i Martin Place yesterday morning.* having been organised by the Sol diers organisation. It was attended ly about a thousand people. The Lieutenant-Governor delivered an impressive address, and two minutes silence was observed. Speeiiil ser vices were held in all churches