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WOMBAT SOCIAL POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

WOMBAT SOCIAL POSTPONED. To avoid clashing with sports in a neighboring village, the committee of the Wombat Social advertised lor Wednesday night decided to post pone the social until Friday night. The social fc'hich is being organised by the committee of the Wombat Jock"" Club, is the final of the Queen competition series, promises to bo the i<»st yet held. The new hall has become a most popular meeting place, and it is therefore anticipated that Friday night's gathering will tax the capacity of the hall to the utmost. Many visitors from Young are expected.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT TO TEACH CATHOLICISM. WHY STATE AID IS REQUIRED. PLEA BY ARCHBISHOP KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

s NOT TO TEACH CATHOLIC- 4 i ISM. ? ' ^v; WHY STATE AID IS REQUIRED. PLTSA BY ATICHIBISHOP , KDLIL/Y. S'YDNBV, Tills: Day.-Archbishop Kelly, in iv.ploa for Government help for Roman -Catholic. schools, states "Wo don't want cash to teack-Ca thollolsni.. -\V<) want.lt to' tennh so T, cular mibjcc.ts. Government inspoct .tors.can got abundant iiroo'C irthoy t, wjll visit our. soliools 'v - ?-t \

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEWARE OF SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

BEWA'RJR OF SNAKES. Snakes are said to be more pre valent in the district this season than for many years past; and stranpe to relate, the same applies equally to the 'Riverina anil Gottlburn districts, where considerable numbers of the reptiles, have lately been encountered anil. In most cases, destroyed. .Mr. W. J- HUls informs lis that during last week lie saw no less than seven snakes in his brewery paddock. .Mr. Hills succeeded ill killing four of the ?unwelcome intruders, but three, un fortunately, escaped him. It Is ulso reported that a large black snuke was despatched by one of the local fottlora a few days ago while sunning itself on the permanent way near the site of the old freezing -worki.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL AND COURT-HOUSE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

SCHOOL AND COURT-HOUSE SCHEME. Officers from the 'Public Works Department and the Justice Deport ment were at Young on Saturday and inspected the two court houses in connection with the proposal to establish a school in the law court house near the present school. It is understood they will come here again before their report is finally Indented to the departments con cerned.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. SIDNEY, This Day.-Potatoes; lo-1 cul, old 1-3/. 10 14/-; new, i<7/«. -On* I ions, 8/«. Clmff: wheaten' 6/9 *f toI 7/-; oateu 8/- to S/ii; lucerne'*S/9 to I 10/-. Hay: small bales, 7/G to 8/-; large bales ;>/6* to G/-; oaten, <S/- to S/9. Maize and egga unaltered. . SYiDiXISfY, This '{Day.-ThIrty*t\yo thousand sheep were penned at illoniebush to-day. Prices generally showed an improvement. "Wethers, lambs, and hoggets were in strongest demand. Twenty-seven hundred cat tle were yarded.' Hates for all grades rijlod higher. 'Winehcombe, "Carson sold wethers to 31/7, crossbred sucker iambs from If. J. 'Wfitheombe, Cootanumdra, to 31/4; crossbred bqggets to *25/; suck* or lambs: from XI. IN". Conn, Quandlal la, to 27/10; sucker lambs from E. M. iPcrrott, V?owra, to 29/1; crossbred ewes from D. 'Lehane, .Bribbatee, to 21/10; crossbred hoggels from J. 0. (Lucas, Coolamon, to 18/7. Motorists, who seem now to be the targets of all the artillery...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. Frances Tressady's Derby. CLARO WINS CANTALA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

SPORTING. Frances Tressatly's Derby. CLARO WINS CANTALA. The V.lt.C. Spring carnival oponoU ::t 'KlcminKtnn on Saturday wnilcr id'-al wcailier conditions. Francos Tie.-.fady doieated the red hot favor* ii«\ Kinfr Oiruiva!. in record time, tip.! latter b"inj? tmplaired. .Ciuro :iImd liad a meritorious win in Llio Caiitala Slakes. UosuUm: Maiden Plate: Mitta 1, Shoplicrdus'j -j^lhrich '?). Winner 13/1. 'Melbourne Stakes: 'Hlvoli 1, liar* ve.iL King Maid of the .Mist "Win ner U/l. Victoria Derby: Frances Tressady j: iJiongo «; Kenllcoai Winner Cantata stakes: riaro 1. Easing vvoid L\ rfonora Winner T./l Ulotliatn Jlandicap: Kngk'ileld 1, King ln;;oda '2. Heir Apparent 3. Wiu nei' \>/2.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOOREFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

I MOOREFIELD RACES. The lAIuorolU'lit races wero held on Saturday. the outstanding feature be intr the lU'ih successive win of Sand lift?. Uesults: Tlirco Year Old Handicap: Cobalt 1. d.ombstfck UJaek ilusvk tf. 'Win nor l'-j/l. .KlyinK Handicap: Myamley 1, WoodvUlu 2; Jim Alurilio o. Win ner 10/i. Cursory ^Handicap, first division: Chateau Tanunrta 1, (Moisha 2, Pcelca 'Winner 2/1 on. Second division: JBay Lily 1, Pona's Rose 2. '.Magician 'Winner 5/4. Third Division: Souchong 1, Cas» tile 2, Cool Sea Winner 3/1. Kognrah cUaUes, first division; Adam's (Peak 1, Apnmt 2, Alea U. Winner 3/1. Second division: Sister Hay 1, Ziw Una 2, Speargila u. 'Winner 7/1. Third division: JJeUmo 1, Ynuli 2, JCygce V,. 'Winner oii/1. tMoorefield Handicap: Sandbee 1; Mistretta 2, ivikumon a. Winner 5/1. U-lfglnyeight Welter: Alorne 1, Dun lock 2, Cnboehon 3. -Winner 7/1. NOTES. It is siated that a local resident last week drew David in a .southern {consultation arranged in connection with tiie 'Melbou...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUSICIANS UNION SECRETARY DIES SUDDENLY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

. MUSICIANS UNION SECRETARY DIES SUDDENLY. MELBOURNE, This Day.-. Mr. AI£ O'Brien, General Secretary of the Musicians' Union of Australia; whoso headquarters were in Sydney, died in Melbourne .hospital last night He was attending a meeting of the Union in Melbourne and had a seiz ure which proved fatal. We have, pleasure in drawing -at tention to the advertisement of the Goulburn Presbyterian Ladies' Col lege, in our: columns. Remarkable success has attended the establish ment of this College which was op ened only three years ago. The / climate of Goulburn is most bene ficial to growing children and is ap preciated equally. by the hot west and the humid coastal districts. The college has already made a reputa tion both in the scholastic world and in the realm of sport; and the accommodation being overtaxed ,it hps been necessary this year to'pro vido additional' buildings which will bo completed in December. It is evident that this College will soon be one of tho largest and most f...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARTHQUAKE RECORDED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

EARTHQUAKE RECORDED ROME, Nov. 4.-Florence Obser vatory on Friday at 10.30 p.m. re corded a very severe earthquake, es timated to be ll.OOo kilometres dis tant . -

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

Stewart's ASTHMA ADD BRONCHITIS MIXTURE PROMPTLY RELIEVES ALL AFECTIONS OF THE BRONCHIAL PASSAGES AND RESPIRATORY ORGANS. A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. In all cases of ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS will bo found most . beneficial whether of recent or chronic nature. PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWAST. YOUNG.'PHONE 158. ?*Vnmtry Orders packed FEES and sent the Sam* Day. E. F. HEWETT & CO. Late Richard Allen Special Costume and Corset week HEWETT & CO'S. COSTUME DEPARTMENT. Having made a special purchase of a Melbourne Manufacturer's sam ple Stock of Matrons'and Maids Natural and Striped Fuji Silk Frocks We are to-day offering worth-while values. Frocks in the simple becoming styles that are at present so favored cool, comfortable, and smart-the correct wear for all occasions. A particular delightful acquisition to every wardrobe and so inexpen sively prices. ' ' " . . , . " . You Should have one or more. Fuji Frocks for ^Summer Wear-they wash so ea...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND'S CONDITION. AS MINISTERS SAW IT. CATTLE AT THREEPENCE A HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

QUEENSLAND'S CONDITION. AS MINISTERS SAW IT. : CATTLE AT THREEPENCE A . HEAD. '' SYDNEY, This Day-Tho Acting Primp Mjnistoiy'.Dr. Enrle Pago,.'who ? returned .to Sydney from his north ern tour yesterday, with Mr ; Austin Chapman, M.H.R. and-Mr .''G. K. Bbwd.en, stated that Queens land'.was generally found to be pas sing through; a, very dry season, though a' wet change "had, synchron ised in many districts with their visit. Despite the adverse conditions, how ever, they were struck with the op timism and courage of the northern ers who had unbounded and justifia ble confidence in the illimitable re sources arid recuperative powers ot their country. The cattle industry, said Mr. Page . whiclv was.already in a trough of de pression; owing to the < position of the export market, was further ham pered'by'the shortage of feed. It was everywhere stated that tho Fed eral Governments efforts to assist the industry had saved it from extinc tion. V Cattle have been selling in some ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS! VALUE FOR MONEY IT GOES WITH EVERY PUR CHASE MADE AT CHELLEW-TROMPF & CO.'S. . Wo want every Buyer to judgo the value of the Goods'they Buy here by studying: (1) THE QUALITY OF THE MATERIAL. (2)'THE STYLE OF THE GAR ' MENT. I (3)THE CUT OF THE ARTICLE. (4) THE FAITHFUL WORKMAN. SHIP. (5)rTHE SERVICE GIVEN. "These five points will lead to one conclusion - that Chellcw-Trompf and Co. oiler full value for all s money spent. Value for money always at this Store for Men. "TRIUMPH" SHIRTS FOR OUTDOOR WORKERS. , , These are the most faithfully built Shirts selling -anywhere. Excellent Material, roomily cut, I- strongly sewn, and every Gar-, ment guaranteed. Men! Try a "Triumph." ' Harvards ana Drills at'5/11, 7/0, 7/11, 8/11 | and.9/0. " "PINWIRE" TROUSERS FOR H^RD WEAR. '. They sell like cakes and wear like nails. Good dark grey patterns and in all sizes. Price 12/11; Cross sizes are. 14/11. MEN'S TUSSORE DUST COATS. Mere, ore sevaral lines in Crash and Repp,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARES IN MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

MARES IN MELBOURNE CUP. It is interesting to note that mures have'succeeded In winning the paul field iind Monnea Valley Cupsand'the .Victoria; Derby, which went to Wyn-. ettn, 'Princess Merhda and -Frances Treaoudy respectively, and .there are' many. Mho are prepared for a con tinuance of the sequence to-morrow. UiijU Sifter Olive won ttie Melbourne! C.iip In ^921 a' candidate . o{ .'her' sex had wot been ennal Ttij 'faking the covetiid ; prize for seventeen years, tlie last'prior tortliat time being Aera sia (1804). lOnlytwo otfieV mares have liad their mimes enrolled in .the winnlnp Usi inC^yeare, viz;;.'Brlseis. and. Auraria. Sister Olive will be' making hor third attempt to-morrow, fjh'o ,was: fourth- last year,' carryiiig 3S, iind' lias the same weight tliis year.'. The others of the same sex inutho-RJelbourno Cup include Even Song, Happy Queen,- (Frances Tres sail)'," Valwyhe,' "and' IPcriBliurst, "the iUiituiiin:'dil;. a 'five [year. old''maro' on lui minimum,!'6.7.'?' Theow...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£100,000. Value of Cotton Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

£100,000. Value--of-Cotton Crop. , BRISBANE. This Day.-Dr. Enrlo -]*ajje"'states~that"the value of the cotton crop in Queensland, this year yilt.be £100,000.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHARGE OF DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

CHARGE OF DRUNKENNESS. .. . Frederick Johnson pleaded not [ guilty to;beihg ?drimk on 27th Octo I ber. . Constables Keid4 and MeCar : ron proved the charge and after ! some friendly advice, the Magistrate /imposed a fine of 2/6 or the rising ! of the court, on . a ^'promise' to re train'from taking drink.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECOGNISANCE ESTREATED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

RECOGNISANCE ESTREATED. . Frank -0 Boriiiei ;33, charged witn ;. being; 'found; drunk' on Saturday and was bailed out after arrest, failed to answer to his name and his rccognis anceof 10/ was estreated.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S POLICE COURT. ANOTHER REMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

TO-DAY'S POLICE COURT. ( ANOTHER REMAND. Francis Cnrlyle, 25, was again bo fore Mr. Wickham, J.P., this mora ine on a charge of obtaining £5 from Alice'Bull by moans of a valueless cheque. Accused was arrested at Wagga. . : ~ The'police asked for a remand till Friday in order that witnesses could be secured from Cootamundra. Accused: I've been in gaol here for; five days now. The police could have got their - witnesses in that time.,; ?" .The, Magistrate paid he could not help that and granted the remand. The accused when asked if-he re quired bail, replied in the negative.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. P. F. LOUGHLIN. A Busy Day at Young. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

MR. P. F. LOUGHLIN. - A Busy Day at Young. -&N INTERESTING INTERVIEW. -Mr. Loughlin, M.L.A., was in town on Saturday looking after tlio infcreyts of his constituents, and at the same time giving an eye to lea gue matters.- He expressed himself aijjiulighted with the appearance of the countryside which was u garden eoriipared with the north-west. Ho congratulated "The Witness" man agement in its enterprise in deciding oif-a daily issue. The venture de served success as it was in keeping with the spirit of this progressive district. BURRINJUCK WATER SCHEME. He says that the centre of inter est in connection with the big water scheme has been transferred for the time to the inquiry by the Public Works Committee. There seems to he a general disposition to consider the proposal as one which should on ly require the people to find inter est and working expenses, as prom ised by Mr. Storey. If the people can convince- the committee that the watet* will bu taken at « price to enable...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEMRSEY'S MOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

DEMRSEY'5 MOUNT. MirnUBOURNE, This Day.-It is thought improbable that iFrank (Demp sey will rlile tFrancfes Tressady, as he la 'over the weight. In the Wei bourne Cup. J. Daniels is given out as hor Jockey now that he Is unlike ly to bo required for Shrapnel. Domp soy will probably rlflo (Cominue," who ran so well with him in the Mel bourne Stakes on Saturday.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE CUP. BITALLI AND RIVOLI FAVORITES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

MELBOURNE CUP. -.nr.) \ \ BITALLI AND RIVOLI FAVORITES. MELBOURNE, This Day.-<BitalU and Rlvoll are now favorites for tlio I C«t>; llien .Frunces'. Ti-essady.- 1 .Heir.Apparent will, not start, hav-1 liig atratted'a'tcnUeh.: "7 . >EngleIlelil, Cbmltpie, 'Rapine, Dron go'and'King Ingiida'hre near the top I of the betting list.

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