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CURRENT NEWS. YOUNG GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
: WR1RENT^T*EVV & : V it YOUNG GUN CLUB. .V.Thi Tou'njr Gun Club decided re cently upon hiiWiiiK a pjRcon match toft-ards the end of the ihontlK ' A .'mttetinic of the committee was con vened for last niirlit to make the nc'cessarv arrangements, but owing '.IVthe ubseni'e of a &lt;iuoru;n tho jr.eetinjr was indefinitely postponed.
SOME COLD NIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
s'bME COLD NIGHTS.' , . TKc ittirtljiiutn'temperature recor ded .'at,;'thfeVYoun&lt;» Post ;pfflce" t|}K niprriinc .v/ps 45.dtefcrees, -which, was (tree deereea in'advance Of yester day.: Folio wins; "the Sudden cold CfiiinKO on Suijflay eyehlnfc' a luilta Lw' of loculresmcrits,' nidstly chil dren;' have 'contracted' sfcVerb bron chial troubles. : .
SYDNEY PIG SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
SYDNEY PIG SALES. SYDNEY. This Day.-jjnly 17UU n^cs were penned at' to-day Sydney sale. The suRplv,4 however, was V.ual to the demand. Available prime drafts made late rates, but j Values for all others were weaker. "V. inchc&mbe. Carson Ltd. ciuote: Packfnttora 00/ to 220/': baconors ?(,/ to .135/; and porkers 15/ to 75/ per hciiH. . *
ROYAL WEDDING. Princess Maud and Lord Carnegle. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
ROYAL WEDDING. Princess Maud arid 'Lord Carneflle. I f ilJONiDON, N"ob. 12.-(P.iinceaa Maud was married to (Lord Carnegie, lieir to the 'Enrl or 'Soullieslf, In the Guard'# Chapel' In Wellington iBnr racks. Great" crowds' attended! and elieered tlio couple. Their Majes ties, thp King'and Queen, the Prince of 'Wale's; Princes Henry and George. Princess Mary .Lascellcs and the Duke and Duchess of Ybrk were also present.
BELGIUM THREATENS GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
BELGIUM THREATENS GER MANY. iHI'JUS.S'EIL.S, Nov. 12.-Owing to hot receiving sptiyfuctioti front Germany 111 reiipect' to 'the murder of the Bel gian. Ucut. Gralf, as cabled last Janu ary; the Uelgiah' Government has vvavned Germany that, falling'prompt compensation, the sanctions will be curried out In decupled German ter ritory.
WOMBAT. A SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
WQMBAT. (From our Correspondent). A SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. /lllie Jockey lOlub: held a euchre. I party and social in aid of their can didate in. the queen competition on 'Friday night' last Although the takings were not so big as,'the last; two socials; it was nevertheless a successful function. 1 '.Tlie winners o fthe euchre were Mrs.- Gledliill and ,'ilr. 'Hutchinson; chocolate waltzes were won by 'W. .'Wagenbah, J. 'Bren nan, anil Mrs. Taylor. Music was supplied by S\ Kirk, W. Kirk, Mr. Taylor and Mfs. Sheedy: The doior keeiTers u wei'S-Messrs D. .Wilson, P. and 'Wl Eastlake, and Mr. !C. M. Potts' carried out- the secretarial duties; 'Mr. !U Dl .Mall supervised the ouclire. .'Results of guessing competitions .were as follows:-Wazor, A. Prest; electric torch, Mrs. Tracey; fat stoeep, C.'Gled liill. ? Guessing results for farmers' candidate were:-(Fat sheep, 'L: Holt;. ,'liVr|k.ey, , Mrs. Holt; chocolates, M. iftblt;', hoii' statioliery, Mt. Hassail; d'oyleys, Mrs.. M'Kinnon;' mysterio...
DEFENCELESS AUSTRALIA. SIR JOHN MONASH SPEAKS OUT. STARTLING REVELATINOS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
DEFENCELESS AUSTRALIA. SIR JOHN MONASH SPEAKS OUT. 'STARTUNG"'aii2V®i/AT10N3. iSyiDMEY, This Day.-Sir John iMonnsh was entertained by return ed soldiers attlie Town IHail yester day. X>urinp a sxieech^at a civic;re ception, he.'ina'de startling revelations about Australia's dbfencuessnesB. . "We did nut hiLVo enough equip ment to sustain one day's battle," he declared. ' Incidentally lie slated that he had severed his connection with the de fence forces, regarding, he felt in the present' organisation, there was no. room for him. Speaking at the Town .Hall last night, he said: "'Look Jit diir air force. Without &lt;iuesti&lt;nt it is a sham. We have not enough ammunition to last our artil lery mora tlum ii' few. hours. I do not think we have any mills to make bombs. I haye never seen a tank lu Australia. J know I will be criticis ed for/ this, but II -want to tako the opportunity of telling you people .straight what tile position is. The members of the AJI.'F. use...
CINEMA SCENE RE-ENACTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
. CI^EMA'SCES^IWA'CTED.X AVIum tl)o: fatlior iol John; VP"-' of Armuiliild '(Vic.) WE,!1" on Suturili(y moi'nliw -hB'.rwiHy^.W unswei-,: iijiil Rolpr iljitoJ: ! founil tlio lail hanging by a. 1f rniio'tci 11 door,knob four, foot from 111 - craunil. 'Ufa. 1|"&lt;1 ,1)pep,..PSf B&lt;4 MM'",TU« Eululit^'i^attrjbut: etl to tUe fact that on-Fridu) >v," lug tin: hul liui! seen u niraiikuliillou scene at a cluoma sUow. /
SHEARING COMPETITION. ANOTHER GRAND OLD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
SHEARING COMPETITION. ANOTHER GRAND OLD MAN. Still another bJade shearer, wiJJi over 10 years shearing to his credit, has come to light in the person of '.Mr. James O'Brien, of Gunning, bet ter known as *lBIg Jim" (writes Coul burn. H*Post."). Jim has shorn con* timiously lor over i70 years, and;is »tl|l not out. >He has shorn In every shed on the Jwaehlan from iCowel Oow el,, below HilJston, to Dig Burrawang, .Forbes, aud Is well Jcuowu iri'tlie (ttlv urina. -'He has' entered tor the ma chine championship, anil also for the blade championship for men over CO years. . Jiiii looks ..young enough to enter lor the youths" championship, although, well over GO years of afje, and is looking forward to the 17th, when he will show what a good old man win doJ Oreat interest \vill 110 doubt be taken in the old blado shear ers.' k'
TO-DAY'S POLICE COURT. INSUFFICIENT MEANS OF SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923
TO-DAY'S POLICE COURT. INSUFFICIENT MEANS OF ' SUPPORT. I u\t till! Young 'Police iLfcurt to day, before i.Mr. A. 'S. Wlckliam, J.P.. CliiiB. Edward 'Wilson, a young' niun. anil a I stranger to tile town, WHS charged with having liiKuiIlclem means of sup pari After liearlng the police evi dence In reference to the case, the (jlerieli remanded "Wilson till Thurs day morning. Bi|Il was not applied CHARGES OF DRUNKENNESS. At the Young Police Court to-iluy, before Mr. A. S. Wlckliam, J.P., Thus. Baxter, seaman, a recent arrival from the United Stales, was charged Willi having lieen drunk In illurrowa-street the previous evening. He Wajt lined .V- &lt;>r three hours' detention In the cells. °» ft. A. Clark, another stranger, was convicted oil a -similar charge, and was also lined 5/-, with the usual alternative.. ,