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A.L.P. TROUBLES. MESSRS. LANG AND LOUGHLIN CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

A.L.P. TROUBLES. MESSRS. LANG AND LOUGHLIN CRITICISED. SYDNEY, This* Day,-The Granr villo Branch of the A.L.P., which is within Mr. 'Lane's electorate, at its lust meeting by 5a votes to 13, depre ciited acts by Messrs: Lang and Loughlin regarding the. Communists n? a violation of the last confer ence's decisions and resolved that.tne Branch had no further confidence in either Lang or Loughlin as leaders of the Labor movement.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RABAUL FIRE. ENORMOUS DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

RABAUL FIRE. ENORMOUS DAMAGE. SYDNEY, This Day.-The losses] i i the Rabaul fire are variously es Ir-'mated-"it £150,000 to .£200,000. j

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARLY TOMATO PLANTS. DESTROYED BY YESTERDAY'S FROST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

EARLY TOMATO PLANTS.. DESTROYED BY YESTERDAY'S FROST. "Yes. we have no tomatoes to-day" ii the latent local variation of the ptpular banana sons:. Yesterday 1: orninir's frost was responsible for tiie wholesale destruction of young tomato plants in and around the town. A remarkable fact, however i* that th<i frost did no injury to *ny <.l.her plants, either in the gardens - oo seed boxes.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAP SENSATION. Woman Jumps Over Cliffs. TEARS HERSELF FROM WOULD BE RESCUERS.—FIRST PERSON WHO IS NOT KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

GAP SENSATION. Wopian Jumps Over Cliffs. TEARS HERSELF FRO?* BE RESCUERS.-FiB»TnPER .SCN WHO' tS NOT KILLED. . (Helen Bisliop, Ifot > iBenbriilgo street, Carlton,- Svdne.v. who made a sensational lump'-over IN nl 'Watson's iBay yesterday, after tear : lus liei'solt away from tin- frantic clut ches or two Ingn who tried to save her, suffered no serious physical hurt and will be nl>l« to leave the hos pital In a day dr two. Interviewed to-dny, .-1"' said.- U was JuHt like an extra 11i.K 11 dive on' u springboard, that's all. 1 am used to diving and swimming. I held my breath, and did not swallow n spoon ful o£ water. II kept my senses nil tin; time, and when I found myself alive iu the water 1 wanted to live, hut was atruld or sharks. I have ul ways been afraid of them. I didn't inlnd dying at once, but I iliiln't want to die in bits;' so I startnl swimming, ami kept on swimming. I don't want to make any more dives just like that. The woman Is Hie first person who has ever jumpe...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MENACE IN QUEENSLAND. JAPANESE "SWARMING IN." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

MENACE IN QUEENSLAND. JAPANESE "SWARMING IN." HOBAKT, This Day.-The Queans l.uiil dell-Kate to the Returned Sol diers ConaresH 'in Hobart stated yes ti i'da-" that the JnpanoHb Jir-e.-jnyarm inirii'n Niiithwn 'fttiuensinn'd.-aml are niimt'fn all-the time: by.-.hundreds. They are firowin" more' arrogant ev Tlie Coiufruss decided to ui'Ke the Federal Government to maintain a l'11 itison and af least one warship . at Thursday Island 'oil account of the menace from this inllnx. Hon. .7. }J. Dodd. M.L.C..-of Cuudasni has been married to Ml as XuIUe Kinp, q- Sydney. girl.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPERPHOSPHATES. Big Tasmanian Venture. 50,000 TONS PER ANNUM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

SUPERPHOSPHATES. Big Tasmanian Venture. 50,000 TONS PER ANNUM. IIOBART, This Duy.- A super phosphate plunt for the production or 50,000 tons of fertiliser annually has been installed at Risden.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDUSTRIAL FELLOWSHIP. COMMUNITY OWNERSHIP ADVOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 14 November 1923

INDUSTRIAL FELLOWSHIP. COMMUNITY OWNERSHIP ADVO CATED. SYDNEY. This Day.-The Indus trial Christian Fellowship Inst n'Rht adopted a constitution which advo cates community ownership. Mr. Bavin, referrinr to the Indus trial Christian Fellowship Pftrty# *e"" erets that it is confined to the Labor Partv or that the Christian religion >houjd be made a matter of party politics.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. COOTAMUNDRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

SPORTING. THE TUBF, JCOOTAMUNDRA RACES. '.Tlio eootiiiiiiinilia 'Turf Club's SlirlnjB moEtlug yesterday resulted ua 'follows; WJKO 6 fur*.-Yal Tyro, 7.12 CStmiisiiM i 1;' Quccu yutua, 7.10 2. billy HtnrU'i's. Wou easily by n longtli. Winner 3/1 on. Tlnio : 1.10J. '.MjU'OION lrCATK. 5 f«W.-Gnnmay, S.12 (Kelr), 1. oiorv iMfilit, S.ll (fWii 11m) 2: Pullat'lteh, S.U (ttlc.N'nmara) 3. tt.niiy liurj-eiiniild iilso started. Won by six longtliH. l\Viun«r a/1. Time, 1.4 1-5. tll.UU ilLVXDICAl'. 1 m Ik'.-ICX i'lmii(!u, S.o . (AlcN'iiiiiaru) 1; Dulltca tlier, 7.12 (OWlnlleyj 2. Only start ers. Weill easily. Winner 4/1 on. Time, 1.4G. KJIl'ST 'OBIAjU, 11 furs.:-Boroau.i. 7.2 1; liaronesB Jlraumont, 9.2, 2; Bimiiiree. 7.3, 3, \\\>u by u length. Wlnnur evens. ' Time 1.16 3-5. W1EL.TER, 7 I'tir.-I.:-Flying Pliust, 8.5. 1; Queen Rnfiis. 0.5, 2; Ultlo Morna, 9.1:!. II. 'Won by 5 lengths. Winner 2/i. Tmt, 1.2!) :i-5.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. MURRUMBURRAH v WALLENDBEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

CRICKET. MURRUMBURRAH v WALLEND BEEN. 'Miirniiulmnali beat Wnltciiilbcon on the latter's wickel. on Sunday by an juii) :jj runs. aScorwi \VA-];UMXlUVl«:KX-iHt. lulling. P. Webber, b Franklin !) \\\ Thorburn, b 'Simpson .... '1 L. Ticehurst, b Simpson 1 1.. T»vry,' b Simpson .. .. .. J. llaynes, b Franklin ft If. IVIee, b Simpson ........ I# D. Noble, b Simpson 2 U, Tiiorburii, b Franklin 0 t'. draco, c and b Simpson J. Oak;uaJ), ;iut nut ........ 0 - Torknr.ton, e and b Franklin y Sundries 1 Total r,S fowling: ?. Franklin fJ/-1; R. J. Smpson 1/3.1. n. .T. Simpson, b Toikir.Kton .. 10 Vfv l)n vi.on, c and b Terry .... S S. Sparso, e 'IVIoe b Torkinston 10 A. S. l.uvJso/j, J) Troy ........ 0 <\ KrnnUlln. not out 2'.5 W. Csis«y, o \V. Thorburn .... <> I.J. .Tamieson. lbw b Tiiorburn .. 0 V/. Kibl'-a, e Tiiorburn b Torkinj? ton .. .. 10 S. .1. tiraily, e Noblo b Priee .. 225 'Lcn Kefd. b 'It. Thorburn 2 Sundries 0 Total 107 Mnvlintf: Turkbitftoji ?,/Vi, L. T;-oy...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS UNION. PREPARING TO APPROACH FEDERAL ARBITRATION COURT. YEAR'S LEVY IMPOSED ON ALL MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS UNION. PREPARING TO APPROACH FED. ERAL ARBITRATION COURT. YEAR'S LEVY 1MP0SKI) ON ALL MKMBERS. Probtiblv mi other industrial tmlon in the State lias made the same rapid progress numerically as the Austra lian .Hallways Union lias done during the past nine months. Silleo the special conference held this year 111 Sydney, wlilcli was practically coll trolled by country delegates, the union has hail an entirely new couu cti directing its affairs. Something | like lightning urbitraiion process was exhibited when Mr. Richard ,C<irish was appointed industrial oilicer in January or this year when, within 9ti hours alter his appointment, he had claims prepared for the State Court covering tho traffic branch of the rail way service. With one or two ex ceptions, no alterations were made in the existing conditions, either in this or any other award by the State Court since the A.Il. U. made its applica tion Jn the trailic case. As u result o£ what the union terms ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
B.A.W.R.A. REDUCTION OF SHARE CAPITAL 25,332,000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

B.A.W.R.A. REDUCTION OF SHARE CAPITAL 25,."j:i2,000 TO liK DISTKI1JUIED. On 12th February a further sum of £5,'132,000 will be distributed a motig its shareholders by British Aus tralian V/ool Realisation Association waking a total distribution of ap Pioxrmately .021,000,000 in the three , year:; of the Association's operations. ) For many months the exchange | position has presented great difficul ties-difficulties which have received the special attention of the Imperial I h'eononiie Conference--and prolong ed negotiations proceeded between K A.W.R.A. and the Australian" flanks before arrangements were completed for the transfer of this lrrge sum of money from London. The distribution to be made on 12th. February represents a roduc Ulii in the face value of each 10/ sl.are hv 0/-, and before share hold ers can .receive payment it will be necessary for them to forward their f'have Certificate to the Office of the Company for individual share holders, but no cheque will be issued be...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEARING AN END. MELBOURNE POLICE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

WEARING AN END. MELBOURNE POLICE STRIKE. j The Victorian police strike is ap- j parently drafting near to an end. K Is Mated thanh«- strikers are repen ting and an* asking tlie Government lo reuonald'r t!*«» question of rein statement, admitting that they had done wronj:. Tli»» strikers liave ask ed the PolIr«' A>s«M latlon to take the ?east> before th.» Oovernment. 'Mel bourne ahopk^'prs are angry because the government refuses to aeknow ledge liability for looting and dama«o and ure taking leg«l opinion.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

Ss5HSSES« = Sja-fiaeHS»5HHSUBJHEBHaB5EBBaSa!Hi £ SPECIAL a . S. B:" BUY YOUR XMAS CROCKERY NOW-DON'T WAIT TILL THE LAST WEEK. H- WirrnE & GOLD CUPS &. SAirChllS-l»;r dozen 8/0 2 AVIIITB & ai'JIjD ODD CLTS -per dozen K/C 5 ;;i.ST ENG'IJSH DIXWIDR 3-LATOS-per dozen 12/ Si JJKST IC.WIJS'H DESSBItT l'LATES--? n.~ do :en !)/C : .-JiCST E.V'i^ISH J} I.nd 1! PL:iTi>,-j er dozen 7/ ?1 Special Line of Tumblers-per dozen 6/G a BUY HERE A'J 3 SAVE MONEY I J. W. T. CHANT & Co. f HOUSE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS. ? . PHONE 25. YOUNG. Public Notice - HESSRS F. & D. NOIKMOYMJ de sire to notify the pntiUc that th»y . Hare Jtut Installed an ap-to-data Rubber Tyring" Machine l ' and are now in a volition to flt Tyre» "WIHLLB YOU WAIT. Inquire for our price* before placing an order elsewhere. - AJJL CtLASSHg OF VttHChBS MADE TO OHDBR. ETTHBER TTOl&D SULKIES A SPECIAIVTV. I F. AND D. NORMOYLE j; PlHO.VK 304 VOVBUi -STREETS TOUNffl. DABY HALLAM Ago 6* month...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOY SEES MAN HANG. THEN HANGS HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

BOY SEES MAN HANG. THEN HANGS HIMSELF. A teloirruin f<<»" Melbourne states u boy'mimed Alex Coir. aKcil l'l, who witnessed <t niim hunu hini.4cjf recent iy, was found hitnphiR in the suinc n.unner.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

NEW SERIAL STORY, j I THE SEEKER. ; «y OLIVER WADSLEY. 'Author nf "The i-'lnni'i," "Reality" nlc. thiit Is evil XXII. ,.,. sybil.. t>" 1,-owan. and »H anil Savil.;. .r[l(. |,);?<:» w:w or two "!h.^ mitl Hi" "HIlv imion-l't- Bv«ryll.lnB ^S,«d"..."W" l" "1I,ku h,S W,V lMTho came f"'1 .U° Car8 ar" rlveil \vitli Ili-U; 'Mr. Chard," ..Tills I- : ?,i in her attractive Muriel' i h. ^ . tiutl it. lias riec«; ,o s""thc H been on<i «>i »'» . sort by n><">» y1,"ril said. "i* «« *«« CO"lo "vas s!i«wlnK Ulu-Iu^'koI wlille Hi'- 13 ' ready. . v ,irinr<\" she said "Y0" "r", h ,7o<l will, rfiy to him n« sli" 11,1,1'l.1 m,r,U-n lit l'"' of the lovelif--- m desert. , ., Utile at the . i was really clmrminB praise. I»' .11 , , , volt!'-1. 11 lio decided. f'elnatlmi for l»1,u seemed t lta\" . .' i . p jiis cmVi l^W^v.;r,:U'or»Sh..-.«we;i aaT.% can...;,; ^».^rnMuV«rro led UP. ?»«;'«; > l'. V v s,l <.«. «»* her seat, ami tHe ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENT. Disorderly Scene This Morning MR. MOLESWORTH "REMOVED" [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

PARLIAMENT. Disorderly Scene This Morning MR. MOLESWORTH "REMOVED " There was a disorderly scene in .the fLeKiHlailve Assembly early this mop Ing,' when t\Ir.' Molcisworth' was re moved from the chamber during the time when tlio estimates for tuo mines department were uuder dis cussion. ,, tt , ^ Air. Chaffey stated earlier that the Government is brlufflng In a hill to control plant diseases and fruit, Jinn to improve the quality of fruit, also tc; compel the grading of fruit and topping u» by hawkers. Air. Ball stated that the loau es timates for landseUlement ami public works will come before Parliament next week. They total several mil lions. and \i00.000 in earmarked for the IBrokoti Hill .to JCondobolIn rail way.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

I ATPST FORECAST. Tim following forecast was lHHued by the Weathur Bureau lor the -.! j hours ending 2 p.m. to-monw: Cool and generally ftjje, aoutu-y»eat] avIiuIh. probably more scattered hiiow era on tablelands and .'with tUuudei'J Ju the north-east. corntr. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PURE DRINKING WATER. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

PURE DRINKING WATER. i (To the lMttor). I Sir.->1 road .with considerable in terest, ami, I ni&ht add, with mixed ; feelings. Hhe arjlele In yesterday's I '"Dally Wtncss'V describing the tank-! cleaning operations at the District School, nml also of the variegated j contents of the school tanks as re- { vealed by the aald cleansing process.] Without taking'up any of your spac« | in commenting on the subject. I will l content myself by remarking that it j is providential that the Parents and i Citizens' Association decided to rem- 1 edy the 'Education Department's neg-1 ligence in the interests of both the I school children ""<1 their teachers; for, 'I am convinced beyond doubt, that had the cleahxiug work not been j attended to even at this stage, thero j would have been an outbreak of ty-' phoid, or some form or cholera, be-1 fore the end pt the summer. Hub I | would like tonirtd that there is even now no guarantee that the water in j the cleansed-out tanks is...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

THE WEATHER. Tht maximum temperature Jl Youwr VeHterday wis utKre^., wist nieht minimum was -Ij .

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 — 15 November 1923

| TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF, j A meeting,,of the Young P. and A. Socie\v WHS held this atiernnon. An intor-I.odge debate between the Hibernians anil G.U.O.O.K. will be held in the I*. and A. Hall to-night. The linen cupboards of St. .hilm'* Nursing Home, were replenished ye? teidav, .it a most successful "linen At noon yesterdny the de»th oc curred at her residence. "Koth«*sny." t Goulburn, of Mrs. Agnes Inule- i ton. in h«»r With year. The annua) bazaar at Grenfell un* eer the auspices of the Church of , Kngland Girls' Friendly Society pro- \ \ed a success. the gross takings am- J ounting t onearl> £300. The pro- : eieds will practically wipe i.ut the , I .irish lull debt. The " Back-to-Gren fell" celebra-- 1 in ns are to include the en-dion of a-, obelisk, bearincr the nanu s of the , pastoral, agrieultuial.- an:l mining ' pioneers. etc., also a memorial to ' the late Henry J-.aw.son, t<» be erected <'"« the site of his birthplace. about a mile south of thc't...

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