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USE OF DISINFECTANTS. THE PENALTIES OF NEGLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
p|(E OP 'DISINFECTANTS. PENALTIES OF N£GUGENCE.: TJouseholdera within the ijiuniclpa» IIty who lira'negligent *n ^1° nuitter of using asheii'dr other deodorant or 'accordance the 6i;cUHahceBr»t,c liable,-«» coavictlon, to -drastic -penalties. Apart from . ,iha t .cornsMonition, ho\v« vor, the. dan-; gc»r of typhoid and other, epidemics arising ;rrom .\ such should prove »-sufficient'incentive to all con cerned tp disinfect all pans, sinks, and drains; and 'otherwise take pre cautions -against* tj;e spread of dis* ease. * t
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
Stewart's ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE £?9?lPTLY Rel'eves ALL afections of THE BRONCHIAL PASSAGES AND RESPIRATORY ORGANS. A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. In nil eases of ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS will bo found moat beneficial whether of.recent or chronic nature. PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy , BURROWS St. YOUNG. 'PHONE 158. Country Order* caclced FREE and Bent'tho Sam* Oar. YES! We are buying Wool! Bales upon bales of it! OUR PROMPT CASH SETTLE MENTS AND G OOD PRICES ARE NOT TO BE TURNED DOWN! Call, Write, or'Phone-we wll be tlierre! .. THOMAS REYNOLDS MAIN STREET, YOUNG. Tourists who travel by Hupmobile enjoy and appreciate a-sense of security which is peculiar to themselves. They know their car is ready for all roads, day after day yvith an unvarying faithfulness which-- Is one of the mostly highly prized of all the well-known Hupmobile virtues. Huprnobile Cars are completely equipped with Gabriel snubbers, 5 tyres and tubes. £ 4 9 5 COMPLETE. Your old car traded...
GROWING CROP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
GROWING CROP COMPETITION. ? So less than -IG eittrles wero receiv-' ed iii connection \V11 Ii the above, or ganised by tile Grenfell P. A. rind II. Association. ? The'judge, I.Mr. iKirle, an inspector from the ^Department of Agriculture, Is to e'onimonc'e tfib' task of adjudication on the'TSth Inst. Any who may wish to withdraw from tho competition are "requested to . notify .the 'secretary (Mr.vc; Cousins) at mfco. . J''j)llciwin'g are' the entries: 0: Bluyne'y.'.Vrriiinagdiig West 12 en tries)';- S. .MeQiirtlter,, "Wlrbgu '(2 en tries) ; W. H.- SIirip~s6n, The > Grove (W entries); Joseph Sha'vV, 1'lney Tlnnpo, (2 entries; Tlionmi) Bolls, Warruderry (2 '.entries)':' jKynch"'Brim;; ''ArVamh gon,s' (2 ontr'lus) ; .'P.'/Mylochiirane; llnlliimona (- entries); A.ScImeldor, C'loBPbuni; H. V. Gray,' MijrVlndalo. Greeneliuirpe (2 entries); plias. Cart er. Kiklamah -(2 'entiles); A&lt; Bollard, Kiklamah (2 entries)*;.- ,,T. (Durham, Klklaplali; .'Jofin .Murray arid Son, ,Plney ll...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 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 AT THE STORE FOB MEN AND BOYS. At- the Door of the f Post Office. NOTE THESE VALUES: "PINWIRE," THE IDEAL - WORK TROUSERS. These Trousers are built from an exceptionally durable mater ial; Dark GTey with stripes, good summer weight, reinforc ed at points of strain, taped seams, strong pockets. Try a pair. The price is 32/11. "TRIUMPH'.' WORK SHIRTS. ; Each One Guaranteed. Men like them for their com fort and sterling worth, and tho'woman of tho homo for tho scrvice' they give. "We Htand behind every'Shirt sold. Navy Brill, Harvnrds, (Black and Grey Twill. Prices; 5/11, 7/11, S/ll and 9/6. Golf Shirts, with or without CoWare to match, 8/ff, D/G, 10/0. Also excellent supplies of Soft Collars in White and Striped ?at J/-'hud 1/6. . * 1 7 SUiTS YOU'D PWEAR WERE TAILORED TO MEASURE, 72/6 One' lino in particular-a Qua lity' Grey Tweed. In a S...
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
TO-DAY'S Thercj. was another aHffhfc frost/it Young t|ijH uui'vninprv Artists saMqtc in November are remarkable. Mr. .McDonald, of tjie Sijo .Con trol Board states the recent ralna considerably improved. this harvest prospects in JJiverina and the south vest. A good yield is now oxpee ted. . Mrs-. Andivws, widow of .the. Into Mi. John Andrews, and an old real* ds-nt of;the district died at Grenfell, the age of #0. Eleven children survive. * ' .Mr. C. G. Addison. Crown Pro tocutor for the South-Western dis tret. avho has been in poor health for some time past is at present a patient in Chirniore private hospital, IVrlinghurst. Brother Bede Dowd, sportsmaster at St. Patrick's College, Goulburn, d»t-d suddenly from cerebral hemorr* He was 28 years of age, and native of Dubbo. While Alexander SimnSon was diiving a team from Till Till-Station to Balr/mald. a piece of wood from ?the handle of the whip he was using fL w off, knocking his eye out com p/eteJy. , The ball organised by the Gun...
CRICKET. BULLA CREEK 2nd v MONTEAGLE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
CRICKET. BULLA;c'RE'EK 2nd v MONTEAGLE * IHUILIL.A ICOHBiaiC, 1st innings-1'. - Joyce 0, IM.V 'Webb la,' L\.. IPawderloy 4, ID. IMaCafiery : 26" C. 'VNJebb 2, T. Smyth. .e'. 'iC.' OToGftjlery .a, IFinn «, C. ICreijjh'ton it, V. iNeal 'Oi: !D. Soils 0, V. Kelalierrrioti out' 0; sundries .4, total-;60. ,'.v i,' - .' l Second InningsV^o:' Creiglilon 0; V. Neal 0, IP. Joyce fl, 'M. Webb (i, A. ' Povderley I!, T.'Smyth 1, iD. LMcCiu i-fei;y.'2, JP,- r\Vtefcib",*.lS; JC. McC^ffery V I'L/IFirin 2;-i).:;e«lls o; It. Kelaher 12; ? siin'iirles 1;; totsilr^SO. , .. " iMQjlllEA'G'IjEr .1st, innings:-W., 'WiVlliice W -W; "iM'clilhattlin, 18, S. Shea*n' 3, !H. Otiile 0, "ji McNamara S, IF. lltuleT O, \H. Troth 1)0,-W. lllulo 0, T. Crowe lJ:TFV. O'JKee'f e 0, J. Watt 2, M.'l)onges 11';" sundries 0;'total-50. 1 Second Innings :-r-fW. MoIJlhatton 21riS.''Troth3PX.*iMSNainara not out G; W. 'Rulp T^ T'.- Slienn- not out T; toh'drie"s..4^-^; foi' 4V' .
POLICE STRIKE. Efforts towards Conciliation. REWARD FUND EXCEEDS £6000. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
POLICE STRIKE. Efforts towards Conciliation. REWARD FUND EXCEEDS £6000. MHUBOLIItXIC. Tills l)a.v.-Plans which iiliii at cndlns the police dia jmto will l)i! considered at .'a'special meetitii; of .the Police Association /Joiincll to-day Meanwhile the 'Gov ernment persists In the declaration that none of the mutineers will be reinstated, though several ' public bodies comlniie to advocate that some degree of conciliation should bo In troduced The public subscription- to reward the police who romained loy al, has reached £6132,
ABOLITION OF P.P. BOARDS. BURRANGONG SHIRE WANTS THEM RETAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
ABOLITION OF P.P. BOARDS. BURRANGONG SHIRE WANTS THEM RETAINED. At Saturday's il'.iirraiiKuiu? Shire Council meeting. the Xarromlne shir" wrote requesting suppnri anil coop oration In tinviuu all P.P. 'Hoards abolished. 'Thi» Xam»nilue Council pointed out that hitherto a natural conservatism had maintained the ex istence or the buards. and the abla tion for reform had nnl\ resulted in : the power* of tin- board bring in* j creased. The hoards were now agit ating for a further increase in local j governing powers, and the question I arose whether such dual control in j local affairs was in ill.. invt Interests I of the State. The e mm already eon- , Met regarding the collection and ex-j penditure »r*tr»v«*IIi:iu suck charges on shire roach*; destruction of rahhits on roads; i1estr,ictiun of noxious weeds oil private properties; con trol of public watering places; and erection of tfates across roads. It wns suggested tltni part of the func tions of the'P'fP. Hoards could hu vest ed in...
LOCAL MUSICIANS. ALLEGEDLY TURNED DOWN IN FAVOR OF OUTSIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
LOCAL MUSICIANS. ALLEGEDLY TURNED DOWN IN FAVOR OF OUTSIDERS. Some very strong and puintud.com ments have been made locally during .tjio past fc\v days concerning the livinging of musicians to Young from eliewhere to play at entertainments ii preference to local musicians. It is-and rightly so-pointed out that there are a number of musicians available in this town whose talents i'lul accomplishments- in that capac ity enable them to held tlieir own ;vith those of any town in the State, ,n hd the fact that these have appar ently been "turned down1' in favor rf instrumentalists from other cen t: es .certainly demands some "explan ation. In.yi'jw of all "the circum ,sb.nees, the'matter is one that will necessitate!! great deal of explaining ill order to justify the abovenamed "importations."
DIESEL ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
DIESEL ENGINES. &lt;nr W. CJ/A!tKi:i In my lasi nrtfeie I explained how j the engine IN staried by «. impressed I i«fr nt a high pressure. What this I pressure is can be culenbtei) tints: Tin? diameter of the cylimh r is l.V7."i 1 Inches. tin' urea linitif? '-iiimiv in Iriit-s; :it* 14100 (Its. pur Inch i!:i- equals is? tons. * The engine begins to turn JtiHt boloro* (lie full pressure »&lt;f ih&lt;* air Is reached, if ll i« placed in ror- i I r»Tt position for starting. Now.! I wliito this piston IK travellinu down I ward* under the pressure &lt;*V me eon,- ( J presseu air, tin; other piston thai was i ) at the Top of Its stroke. i* also tr.i- | . veiling downwards, drawing in air j I from the atmosphere; whilst the oth-| or two pistons are travelling down-! wards. olio pushing the contents of! lis cylinder through the valve , ami the .other compressing the air in its cylimUr ready to start tiring as 1 soon as the fuel oil is forced in. This plsion c...
BAILIFF'S SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
BAILIFF'S SALE. A most unusual auction sale,, so . far as Young is concerned was held this afternoon, when acting: under in struction* from the bailiff. Thos. Keynolds submitted to auction the contents of a cafe owned by Mrs. Ewin, in.L'urrowa street. The first article offered was u Beale vPlayer piano, wh'oh realised £V5, whereupon t"he aueti'.>ne'»r announced that the bailiff ha 1 bnen satisfied and no fur ther articles would be .offered. There v»;as a Iavtre .attendance of prospec tive buyers.
THE C.W.A. MOTTO. LOYALTY AND SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
THE O.W.A. MOTTO. LOYALTY AND SERVICE. Tlio Country Women's Association lias :i comprohenslVR plutform,(lotalln. of which liavo nlrcnily appeared in tlio "Dally Witness.". .The [llaljorm in (lueation. in ta1>lot- form. is^Rontaineil in ilia Association's igotto, yiii, "Loy alty to' the Throne' and Service to tlio Country, through countfy Syoraeu, for country women, by counfry . Wo men." . ..
FREE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
FREE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Five hundred pounds fiTiOO) wort?] cf Christmas Presents will he dis tributed free bv the Director of St. Margaret's Hospital to the prize winners in the No. f> Christmas Pre sent Art Union which has been or ^i.nist'd fo» the benefit of the bab ies at St. Margaret's Hospital for Women at I)arlinchur.-t, where 10, 00D habit-.- have been born and vhere Is u day keeps a baby a day. I.arh I / ticket gives the holder 200 opportunities of winning any of the prizes. The Director pleads that the readers of "The Daily Witness" will semi a poytal note for 7/ and a staniPvd addressed envelope for a result sl:p, to the Avt Union Sec-* reiary, St. Margaret's Hospital, Box U'tSiK G.P.O. This amount will give 3,100 opportunities of winning a priv.e. li is stated that such odds have never been offered before in Vtustrnliu. Each book of 7/ tickets Icceps one baby one week and it Fhould n-jt be difficult to sell seven (7) 1/ t'.ckcts to friends. The art* tinio.i is carried...
TUBBUL. EDGEFERN PUBLIC 'SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
; .;? TUBBUL. .-v ..(From our correspondent). "eTDGEFEUN PUBLIC 'SCHOOL PICNIC. With a most glorious day, and un der a cloudless sky, the picnic at the Kdgefern 'Public School was held on Saturday last. 10th November, ai d was a-colossal success. 1Cvery one, both young and old, ha d a thoroughly enjoyable day. There were parents and their friends pre sent in good numbers-the boys aim the girls could not miss such a treat-rand all helycd to make the dav .what it proved to be: ' The luncheon,was very good and po' was the afternoon tea, lor which the'ladies concerned must be great ly thanked.- -Miss E. Martin (the teacher), proved the ace of all, Jor she'was an untiring worker and was here, there and everywhere, and. do ing everything, to make .the. picnic such a huge success. Some excel lent races were run and .very good prises awarded. The results, being: -Oth class, girls, iJPyd.s: Kathleen Fisher 1. 5th class boys, GOyds: Ronald. Powling 1. 'Uh class girU, .icyds: Mary O'Hehir-l. M...
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. Ry OLIVER WADSLEY. Aiitliur n[ "Till) rianiv." "RwiUly" mc.) CHAPTER XX. I As lie stood on board^the turbine I mail boat for Alexandria Uichard f watched ihe crowd on thi> quny. The I Vessel wr&lt;s sheering olT when a v/om I an in the front row moved, and he I plainly stw the face and figure of I F.vie!" I ?i-'ulo was over, and the players I were calling for "pens" in the dress I &r£ Tent, Voting Savile, of Wessex I va3 telling the storv of the last goal I to a newcomer. "Toppin' shot," he I si.id enthusiastically, "absolutely I toppin." I "Who was the man who shot it? I the new subaltern asked defwreutialy I "Chan tailed Chard. Not a scrvico i man, hut an awfully decent sort. No I end of moncv and all that; manages I the huge Government electric tiling -t. Cain*. Queer. beggar in one way. lias a gorgeous house out in the de sert, ami livti? there alone prettj. nearly a!'v;ir*." "Sort «'i hermit/' Davcneourt sua: posted. "Oh, I dunrt...
WALLENDBEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
WALLENDBEEN. (From our CoiTospon&lt;]cirt.X The late scorin which yielded .310 lu«ints*of rain did enormous dam age to the roads. Mayor I'almci* and his Inother aldermen have had a busy time attending to trails for ur« tent work, the approaches to. Con nau^htnian's creek bridges were un dorniitied in the flond waters. Q/0. EXAMINATION. The Mayor, Aid. Palmer assisted i the above examination. Seven i candidates sat. the infant school chil dren are indebted to this gentleman to* a supply of sweets on the oc casion of his visit. SALE. Messrs. Brooks and Co. in con junction with Moriarty and Co. held s sale on Saturdav of the horses, I cuttle nnd farm implements of the I.Ue Mr. J. Hoey. Good prices vere realised and the sale was one ol' the most successful held here for considerable time-horses brought t.» -C.'JO. TENNIS. At a meeting of the local Tennis Club, Mr. W. Palmer, was appoint ed President in succession of the lat° piesident who had resigned. . ACCIDENT. Mrs. Oxlev. wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
*. Fitting Out A Man Suit To Socks and making him pleased with the whole outfit is-some jcb. But The Hustlers are doing it every' day. You see, we never forget that a customer calls on The HUSTLERS primarily for his benefit, not ours. i 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 OF VALUES THAT APPEAL TO MEN. MEN'S BLACK COTTON SOX-per pair .. '6d. MEN'S GREY WORK SOX-per pair 9d. MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE SOX-per pair. .. .. .. 1/9 MEN'S STRONG HARVARD WORK SHt«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 HARD WORK. AND LIVE UP TO THEIR REPUTATION. MEN'S COTTON TWEED TROUSERS, In neat dark patterns. Per pair '4/1.1 MEN'S BLUE DUNGAREE TKOUSERS .. .. .. 3/11, 4/11 , MEN'S GREY DUNGAREE TROUSRS, full weight 0,11 MEN'S EXTRA HEAVY DUN...