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AMERICA'S OBSERVANCE. (Australian Press Association Cable) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
AMERICA'S. OBSERVANCE. (Austra)fnn ' iVess AHBoehithmCublo) t.N'UW VOWK, N»v. 11.-SilUlllo .«!'" ImiirosHivb cpyomouius imirkp(P?;AnJo-; ritu'« obapi'v'niiue1 ot armistice "UW. ?Siieulal services wurc liolil In l!j0 vlnirclum throughout the country, rt? wliiuh miiTelied the fiiir.vlvdrs.gr tno war In- funeral ('procession' tjirpufcn hnal|«|l Btroets' lined wltli reverait. iSiiUL'lurnra. l'resldont touliilgu. «li° wob ut Washiuetoi), in placing a flor al .tribute oa: .tj»' '»»!> kiiuwireoiurer, said: "This dtiy sJiould mouu yermuuent peace.'" l-'V'
WORLD'S PEACE.—HOW TO ATTAIN IT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
WOiRLD'S PEACE.-HOW TO ATTAIN IT. . iSpimkinp lit the ;!Liyi;oum', Hall' yes terday iiflcriioun. -on ,tlie ;8uWact of world's ! pence, ;MT. , HV. ,M." ? .'HugUBs ..*ald' It must,be. obtained In tl|e mime ,way as tue'iieqca.'aC civilisation.. Grl mlljal iiittlqn'8'riiuHt be treatqd in the naiHu way us criminal Individuals. We jiuiat bo like the peaceable citizen, wliii «leei>B with u revolver ? J-unqer Mb pillow. , . . , .
JEWISH MEMORIAL.—TRADITIONS OF A.I.F. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
JEWISH1' MEMORIAL.-TRA DITIONS OP A;I;P. Sir Jolm , Monasli officially 'opened tin; Jewish '..Memorial IHall at (Darling lulls 'tyesterduy. There were, he_ Hiilil, 82S Jews III tills State who serv ed In the wur, whereof IIB "fell. .Speaking at night, Sir Jolm Mon asli . said Gallipoli llrst, created the Hue tradition of the A.IJF., .and the enterprise waB well worth wliilo for thai alone. t He telt .sure that Hptrlt would always remain In this country.
OBITUARY. MRS. KERSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
OBITUARY. MRS. KEJRSLBY. The death of Mrs. Koi'sley occurr ed at Fontenoy on Sunday. Xhe deceased lad" resided with iter, di-iitfhter, Mrs. Bolder, .since the death of lier husband some lour years a^o. For the Jast six months she was piactically an invalid, so that her end was not unexpected. Phe had lor|R passed the allotted >|an, and was in her time.a woman oi simple and charmiiiK disposition, lier remains' were inferred;this af ternoon ill-tlu: Wombat cometory.
ARMISTICE DAY. Yesterday's Day of Remembrance. WIDESPREAD OBSERVANCE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
ARMISTICE DAT. Yestfii'day's ;)Day of FIE > 'membrance. - WIDESPREAD OBSERVANCE Armistice liny was eelobrutcd throujthtout, the State yesterday. Five years jibo-the armistice be twcgh (lie Allied rorces unci tl'e Ger man nrmy-wns signed, and, iifter the ilisnBtrous years(of war; the world looked for-a lastinp- 'nonce. , T"c ilnywas one for rejoicing. Yester day it was onv for remembrance. It was fitting tilmt' Huch iti day should fall on. aiSunday. ; With the peace that comes on the Sabbatli was-rc niemberoll Olio '3iope .of .peace thnt en me on that November day five years ago. "Unlike former anniver saries. therefore, 'Armistice day was this year celebrated in a different manner. Principally, the public remembrance of tho day and all it nu'rins, all its holds was made in the cbunihes. Unlike other years, the day was observed in quietness; the hurry and bustle of the business day lielng absent. Armistice Day was observed in all the local Churches and recogni tion was tr.afie by ...
LOYAL SOUTH AFRICA. (Reutor). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
LOYAL SOUTH AFBIOA. mentor). i->: v... I iifetliiii'K.-iit'tliKfeimcIuilon ofUio tur j mialico dity .sorvlco' biiforu tluvTown Hall, ilv. Ciliiss, .a prominent...Com itiimiHt, oiHloi\vore,il»ti> aili(retiB the UP.. H(;w|ily In qrdof to give "'tlio_ othor I wide or -the aKiry.". 'Buttlie hostile, crowd throw iiiu few. BupiiortorB .iuto street. ,Tha crowd ;lntet>(lBd to throw Glass under'a trflwcar.; ,but* a lioflpB | irfan arrived iu time to save ulni lroro a violent end.
LUBRANO DIVORCE SUIT. THE TRIP TO EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
LUBRANO DIVORCE SUIT;' THE T"IP TO EUROPE. S'YBXEiV, This Day.-The divorce court, was again crowded to-day when the 'Uubrano suit was continued. Mrs. Lubrano, respondent, went into the box and detailed her version or the trip to Europe, contending that every thing was-almve suspicion. She de nied any familiarity -with the co-re spondent Vitali., or'tUat- she had any arrangement* with him as to their movements. The case is part liearil.^
STATE POLITICS. THE NE TEMERE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
STATE POLITICS. THE NE TEMERE BILL. SYIP.NW, This Il«y.-II is now de clared tiiat ihere U no possibility of the Ne Temere Bill bring passed this s«astrin. The Premier slated detln* it«jly to-day that no date had been decided on for the closing of Parlia mentary session. The estimates will be disposed of this week, and then as much business as possible will be transacted before Christmas. The (iovemment intends to meet the dfause again soon after JCa^ter to complete legislation left over from 102.\. Tlie Premier denied that any nego tiations are going on with the Pro* gressives.
MAN'S WONDERFUL ESCAPE FROM DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 12 November 1923
MAN'S "WONDERFUL ESCAPE PROM DEATH. iSYDN'KY. This Day.-i-'.nvrunoi; Gallaghor, io. had a 'sensational ex perenee to-day. At about ID o'clock this morning he was working oil toir of a shaft alongside the 'Pynnont power house, when hu overbalanced ami stepped over the edge of the shall, which was 201) feet deep. He clutched wildly at tile wire lift rope and slid lifty feet down the rope. Then its jagged wire pans caught in his clothing, which held him. He was later admitted to 'hospital with badlv lacerated arms, but otherwise lie is little Die worse for his remark able accident. .'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
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SPORTING. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
SPOUTING. GENERAL NEWS. Up till yesterday when Wynette j V.'oji the Williamstown Cup, no hoi\su h;d won th- Caulfleld Cup and the Williamstown Cu» double. Wynette thus made turf history. Ittyoli, by twice defeating Maid of the Mist in weight-for-age events a*. Flemington, proved himself the best of the older horses competing at the Melbourne Cup Carnival. If additional proof were reqi'ired, his second in th«» Melbourne Cup, with l).l, may he quoted. Cootamundra races will be held to-morrow. Tipperary C.C. is leading in the Young District Cricket Competition. Cowra 1. H. School will pay a re t..rn snorts visit to Young, on Fri day, 30th inst, bringing boys cricket team, and a girls Vigoro (the new cricket)team. On Saturday Les Morrison, play ing for Per Way against Tarlo B., b;itied one and a hajf hours for three r.-ns. He then picked the bal! up lei throw H" back to the bowler and was given out. This is regarded an a record for Goulburn stonewall ers. New South Wales trained horses ...
CHAINED TO THE DECK. REMARKABLE CASE AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
GHA1NE9 TO THE D^QK. REMA'RK'A'BKe' $ASE AT. NEVycA'STME. .SYDNiBYj, This .Day.-rTfio seamen aboard,, the; vsteamer. West ' Insllp, which, is .due |o leave Newcastle to . inbrrow Wr Manilla', ?>aviBg 'declured . thqy would BO»ner go &lt;6 gaol than re main aboard, 'the officers seized three and j)iit them In Irons. It li 'stiiteil tlie skipper later lash ed one In chains ito stanchions,, and I cliainB him down to tlio Ueck so tlgiit ly that JilB anna bqgnii to swell, and | then turned black.. ?'.??? He vnia :kopt' iiiei'e for . four hours In tlio broiling I-iiin1- arid.'illrihlly, owIng;'tp action', tak . en ashore',' thfc- men weV'e released. ! T|te one. on .deck was-taken to hos t ital sorlouBly injured. Royal Howard. winner of the Sand 1 j fciite Handicap, 14 mile, at Queens |.|iuid Jfirf..Club!s-meeting-on . Satur- .. dty, is a half brother of Dreblah.