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A JUMPING DUTCHMAN. DIVES OFF PYRMONT BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923

JUMPING DUTCHMAN. DIVES OFF PYRMONT BRIDGE. SViU.MBY. This Bay-r^AIter making | a request for a cigarette and being refused, a IJutcliniiiTi, who .recused Jo. give Ilia name, but who': is aged about :}5, jumped GO feet fr'om 'thfe 'Pyrindnt. .'Bridge last nf^lit. An; offlcer Und seaman- from the steamer.'Bermagiii, which was lying near, effected a cour-: 'apftous ' rescile. The .man'.'was ad mitted' to lioapltal fn ii 'serious con .uitiun. \ -,

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALES TOTAL £15,000. THE STATE TIMBER YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923

SALES TOTAL £15,000. THE STATE flMBE'R YARD. SVDNI5Y, This Day.-rA week's auc tion salo of plant, etc., at 'the State Timber Yards began yesterday". (Many linos went cheaply, but the day's Hales totalled £15,000. The sale will be continued to-day. t

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPULSORY TRAINING. "SHOULD BE KNOCKED ON THE HEAD." LABOR LEADER'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923

COMPULSORY TRAINING. "SHOULD BE KNOCKED ON -. THE HEAD'."" ili&OQK iJlSA'DBRB SYDNEY, TliiS Dii»-Speaking at a. mooting ot the peace'^S'tieiety in Sydney.'last night, Mi'! Charlton, led (irnl Labor leader, said tiie alarming statement* recently > made by Mr. Bowdon. Minister for Dofpncij, were tp prepare the . poojilo fp"" further heavy, defence .expenditure. ... Mr. Charjtou added-. tlmtjliiu;party. wouId lieVel- agree t:> a' man going ouUlde Australia to ilKht.-anil. ' tho nrst' opportunity to knock com oulaory triilulng.on the liead.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOAL MINERS. SEVEN COLLIERIES IDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 13 November 1923

GOAL MINERS. SEVIEN COLLIERIES IP£.E. ?SYDNEY; ThiB Bay.-Mhieys are now on' sll'iki-' at Novell nul'thcrn col lieries. The proprietors".' contend 'tliat under tlie agreement "in which they entered there have Jbeen no few er thun 35 atoiumges since August 1'.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH COUNCIL. LATE REV. S. A. T. CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

CHURCH COUNCIL LATE REV. S. A. T. CHAMPION. V». Although .several special meeting* have been hold by thjc Parochial Council of St "Mohn's Church of i-ntcland,, Yoiyitf. since the death of the licv.' S. A. T. Champion, roc tor of the parish, the first regular meeting of the Council was held lust night, when the general affairs of the parish wen: discussed. Th« following resolution were pass ed, viz. That this Council records with profound sorrow the losa which they, the parish, and the church generally have* sustained lit tho death of the late rector; and fur ther, desires 10 pktco on record its souse of thankfulness for the faith ful services rendered by him dur int; his twelve years' incumbency; and That the Council wishes to eon* vey to Mrs. Champion and family Us deepest feeling of sympathy iu their loss, and ours, at the pussfng of tho late rector. The resolutions were carried in silence. Tlio pasain;; of these resolutions visibly affected the members of the council who, in Hip ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

SALVATION ARMY Saturday 7 o.m.. Burrowa street. Sunday-8 a.m.. Knee Drill; 10 a.m. Wombat street! 11 a.m.* Holiness nioetincr P. and A. Ilall; 3 p.m.^ Worn bat road, Sunday School; 0.4& p.m. Burrowa street. 7.00 p.m. Salva tion meeting, P. and A. Hall, led by Commandant Hutchison. I ~ -

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. LATE MRS. A. LAZZARINI. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

OBITUARY. LATE MRS. A. LAZZARINI. As was briefly announced in "Tho Daily Witness" yesterday, Mrs. An nie Lazzarini, mother of Alderman J|. F. Lazzarini. of Youni?, puss.ed away at her home 88 Livingstone load, Marriekville at the aire of 77 years. Her demise marks the pass injc of one of the old pioneer stock r.f the country. Deceased was a na tive of Windsor N.S.W., and at the aire of 22 years she married Mr. Peter Lazzarini, a native of Florence iltnlv), ui,o came to this State at the aire of 27. In the roaring days cf the goldfields, thev kept a stoi'o iii the AraJucn Valley, and later came to Younjt. Part of the time in this district was spent at Wombat, and part at Vouutr. The residence here extended' over a period of, lip years. Deceased's husband : dfqd last December at the age'of DJ years. There' are four son:)," viz., Aid. H..F. T.uzzarini. Young; Aid. IM. Lazzarini, Murrumburrah; Mr. C. 0. Lazzarini.' M.L.A. (Marrick villc*: and Mr. H. P. Lazzarini, M.H.R. (Werriwn). One d...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOILER EXPLOSION. Man Killed at Ardlethan. PLANT DESTROYED BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

BOILER EXPLOSION! Man Killed at Ardlethan. PLANT. DESTROYED BY FIRE. SYDNEY, This Day.- A boiler uaeti in connection with W. 0'I>eil).v s chaffcuttine: plant, near Ardlethan, exploded yesterday killitipr O'Reilly, i-nd severely injuring. three others. The plant was then destroyed by fire.''

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT SCHOOL WATER SUPPLY. CLEANSING THE TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

DISTRICT SCHOOL WATER SUPPLY.. CLEANSING THE TANKS. Yesterday afternoon the whole of the water tanks at the District Schoot were vlcined out under instructions jrom Mr. Karrar. .secretary of the I;inents ami Citizens' Association. Knrh of :he tanks contained a heavy e'epof-it: oi' :-ilt or hlack mud, and «1 ctuaiifcities of other matter whlcn had apji Jientiy been accumulating for manv yearn. I»etv.*een the 1; .vers of mud were thick deposits of lea\ L-s and wast** matter «»f various .Urnls, which, on beim* brought- out p^r medium of *he vacuum cleansing machine, emitted "n odor that was anything tut pleasant. The won | del" i.s i:. the circumstances, that' mere has not he<»n an outbreak/ of typhoid or oth*r epidemics as a result of using-'the water for drink ing purposes. The vacuum cleaner vorks from the bottom.? of the tank.? and by sir suction draws up the j;ilt etc, thrrugh pipes of copper and rubber tWvngh tin opcTnng in- the top 01 the tank and thence carries', it ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HELP FOR BRITISH FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

HELP FOR BRITISH FARMERS. LONDON, Nov. VI-(Australian j .Press Association).--The "Daily Ex I/press" savs the Government's atfri ci.ltural policy includes a bonus of 2s j per quarter on home grown wheat. I and assistance of a different char I acter to other forms of agriculture. 'Part of the tariff revenue will be ear I marked for the development within ! the empire of cotton growing.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COST OF A BURIAL. CASE OF FALSE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

COST OF A BUKIA1. CASE OF FALSE PRETENCES. In the Supreme Court, Brisbane, before Mr. Justice Lukin, Thomas Foley an.l Daniei Cremin, of the firm oi Cremin and Foley, undertakers, v ere charged with falsi; pretences arisiwr out of the burial of John Wheeler ,on June 20 last. The Crown allegation was that arrange ments had been made for the funer al with a hearse and polished cedar ev flin, and a private jrrave, at > a cost of £i(> to £18, but that the body was put in a rough pine coflin, and taken to the cemetery in a t\vo bi^'se cofrii} waggon. Mr. H. Ma cioFisan. for the accused, at the close c' the Crown case, submitted there was no evidence to warrant the case pomp: fo the jury His Honor,'how ever, held otherwise. Mr. Macros anil then addressed' the jury, and hip Honor summed up. The jury I'roucrht jn a verdict of jyujlty. De fendants were sentenced to a year's imprisonment, but the sentence was suspended under the first offenders' provision*, defendants to enter into neoi...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRIKES IN BERLIN. GENERAL UPHEAVAL THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

STRIKES IN BERLIN. GENERAL UPHEAVAL THREAT n ENED. LONDON, Nov. Hi.-The Berlin ccrrespondent of the Exchange, Tele graph Association states that a gen rrai strike threatened in Berlin dur ing the week-end unless wages are placed on a gol'd basis. Bank em ployees threaten to strike on Wed nesday.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. DISSOLUTION IMMINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. DISSOLUTION IMMINENT. i LONDON. Nov. 33.-In the House 11 Cummons, Mr. Baldwin, Prime Minister, informed Mr. Ramsay Mc Donald that he had advised the Kin« lo dissolve Parliament at the earl iest possible date, probably on rii da.v. LONDON, Nov. ltf.-The election* will probably be held on December 0. The House of Commons was open el to-day amid great excitement. The various leaders were cheered by their respective parties. Mr. Bald win, Mr. Lloyd George, Mr. Ram sey MacDonald, and Mr. Asquith all paid tributes to the late Mr. Bouar Law, and then Mr. Baldwin announ ced his intention to move the disso lution of Parliament, and promised to give Thursdn" to a discussion on .Mr. Ramsay MacDonald'? censure motion for the Government's alleg ed failure to deal adequately with unemployment and the European situation.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT CRICKET. Grenfell Juniors v Piney Kanne. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

DISTRICT CRICKET. Grenfell Juniors v Plncy Kanne. JlT'XlORS.7rAVntHon. rim out :M: L. | McCabe, e. Cleary b 0\>"oalIy 0; Kltch j <.. Clearv b Murrav 1; Graham. «. ' .McCabo b .Hancock 'J2: Shaw, c? Cm-- \ dingly h O'Mcnlly 17; W. .Mr/.abe, i b CnrtwrlslU 5; 5. .MeOnbe. b Han- I wick 15: Bensley. « 'Clonry h .Murray I 0: Humble, c. Pllnn b Cordingley 11: Jackson, c .Xlleary b Hancock 0: Smith, not . out 0;- sundries 4. To-1 tul-127. (Howling: (VMeally 2/14. ! C. MdC'jibti.O/l'."), fR. Cleary 0/lf>, Cart wright 1/14, .Murray 2/1-1, Klinn 0/12, I Hancock. 4/QS, Cordingle.v 1/:}. j PINTS' ltAXClC.-J. Cleary, <: '.Mc Cain; b Watson 12: -Murray, b W. ttlct ! Cabe 5: O'Meally, b Humble 7; Cor dingley, b 'Rumble r>; L. jCleary. not out 10; »R. Cleary. b -Rumble t>; Cart wJght, c Smith b !Humhl« ."»; C. .Me Cabe. b'Smitlj <14: Gladden, b'Humble I 0; Plinu. vuxi; out 1; Hancock, b iu 1 MeC'abe 0;* sjmdries 17. Total-82. Howling: W. l.Uc'Cabe 1/1-7....

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECRETARY FOR COLONIES. AUSTIN CHAMBERLAIN'S SUCCESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

SECRETABY FOE COLONIES, j AUSTIN CHAMBERLAIN'S SUC .CESSOR. LONDON, Nov. 13.- (Australian Frcss Association).-The "Duily Chronicle" says that Mr- Austin T'hamberlain succeeds Lord Devon shire us Secretary for the Colonies after the flections.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

| TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. 1 he IUinanjroiv* Shin- <'on».-i! rn» j ned a motion that it was Jt, I Ilu» ahoip'on of i'.P. J'*"ards. i , *!p\ Il» Sergeant. oi land, has been appointed enirimMT t» U.e Illatid shire. Mr. W. A. Mills, li.vt a,>uK."f j'l Wwt Wvnk.i! ;«,st i.lli,-,. \ti,i t'.en promoted to ... Hus/ijrrovj, CJarenert K:\it. r or ilHjit.sinij of tickets in ;h,. (;0j. » as?»v . sweeti. contrary to i,.,. I otteriir Aet. Svdnev U'noil.s wa* | Mied t'JO ;»mi cast* Ut Kmri Kurri i>' lice court. : ; A w,:)! Invcri-ll ! . { A. Irazer. drew HitaIJi in : 'fWeeii. H«« was prnsju-i ijntr at ' "Peton when the new; c -nu. Irrouirh. ' ! Alexander M.Jlean was iiri,.,j J:;;, ..m a chdj'^e of havinr kept a eon- ' i.'on tranj.fijr house at Tanmorth. lne death of the infani daughter I » U>'- »ml .Mrs. J. U, r"U. ;ci|,! (--?i-uri-cd I; st Sunday, ' at i"ivale : '<*pitaJ, lYoiamnmira. .J motor ear owned l»y Mi-. o^. ' i1,1* .,'('»',waii, of Adelonir, \\u<...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIME MINISTER BRUCE. PROVINCIAL TOUR ABANDONED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

PRIME MINISTER BRUCE. I PROVINCIAL TOUR ABANDONED LONDON. Nov. l!i.-111 view <>f ihe approach! n*' general election in Knclaml. Mr. Bruce. Australian Prime Minister, will abandon his pro vincial spcakiwr tour. Ho will pro teed to \uierica as soon us possible.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIMARY PRODUCERS' BANK. BOARD DIFFICULTIES SETTLED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

PRIMARY PRODUCERS'. BANK. BOARD DIFFICULTIES SETTLED The full board of the directors ot I the Primary Producers' IJank, com prising all central and State Direc tors, has mot for the purpose of considering certain matters which arose between the Central Board and the Victorian Board particularly ro tating to commission paid on mar luting of shares. No official announcement was made at the close of the meeting, but' Air. II. Schwieger. one of the di rectors of the Victorian Hoard, sta ted that the whole trouble arose from the fact that the Central Hoard fail cu to give State directors the res ponsibility* and consideration which they considered due to them. However, he was pleased to say that at a confrence which was held later a very large number of resolu tions. which were submitted, met with the unanimous approval . of the board. They dealt with the mat ter of- organisation, and also to the i'&t« of commission, to' be ^yid for the marketing, of shares. ; At the conclusion o...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CABLES. CROWN PRINCE'S RETURN. Creates Bitter Anti-German Feeling. FRESH SANCTIONS DEMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

TO-DAY'S CABLES. CROWN PRINCE'S RETURN. Creates Bitter Anti-German Feeling. FRESH SANCTIONS DEMANDED. LONDON. Nov. Ki.- (Rcuter.s)--] The Crown Prince's return, coupled i with the German Governments reius »ii to permit the resumption of an in. tor-Allied Militarv control has cre ated a solid anti-German feeling in franco, Belgium. and Italy. .i."nrlJ i.ewspauers demand the imposition of fresh sanctions. AMERICA'S ATTITUDE. VANCOUVER. Nov. Hi- (Renter) A Washington message states tliut I resident Coolitltie believes that Aiu crienn policy preeluiles the Govern ; ment from joining with the < AH]^* Government from joining with the | Allied Governments in protesting to ! Germany against the return of the : ex-Crown Prince or his father or in i treasures to prevent the re-e stab I Ihhment of the monarchy there.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN CARRINGTON PARK. AFTERNOON TEA IN IDEAL SURROUNDINGS: [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

IN' CAfiRINGTONi PARK. AFTERNOON TEA IN" IDEAL SURROUNDINGS: .Between 1 and f> plm". yesterday Acvoral afternoon tea parties . assem- 7 bled under the shady plud. trees Ju Cnrrlngtoiv *Pswk, and with their col lective .supplies of viands ? deposited on snowy cloths sprpadVon tlie grass, they all enjoyed their open ail* ban quet with ovlilunt I'Telislu ' . Incident ally, thn picnickers were ' i&urrouud cil by a wealth oC roses iii full bloom, and numerous other beautiful flowers, for which our Town- Park is famous. Omar, the Tentnuiker poet of Persia;' wrote that one of the greatest joys of lite was to partake of a mid-day meal in summer in a, certain roso ; garden on the banks of a river. That' \va« written nearly S00 years ago, nnd> apparently holds good to-day,.altnough alas, the peoplo of Young cannot boast of a river* on which to plant ' their roue gardens. IBut despite this disability they have a garden ot roses and other blooms which are.a credit . alike to the c...

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