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INCURABLE PATIENTS. MAY PE PUT TO DEATH. MEDICAL CONGRESS PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

INCURABLE PATIENTS. MAY PE PUT T,0 .DEATH. .MililUtOAL KJOXOIflBSS WIOKOSUIU A Melbourne telegram to-day states 'that the .Medical (.'onsreSH Is likely to consider .a proposal lliut persons stuft'erlnK from ineiirable'diseases can be painlessly put tu death with _tn» consent of tUoir relatives. The church, however, It! likely to oppose :the proposal.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DEBATING SOCIETY. INAUGURAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

A DEBATING SOCIETY. INAUGURAL MEETING. At a well attended meeting hold in St. Mary's Boys' school last night, the nuestion of forming a Debating Society was brought up for discus sion. Father Lynch presided. Mr. .1. Nicholls in moving the mo ticn. stated that the Society was pnu tieally formed and that it only n n::.ine(! for the members to draw up the Constitution and elect the otlic ii.ls. He suggested calling it the Catholic Young -Men's 'Debating »« tUMr. .1. Williams, in seconding the motion, mentioned that he had that evening interviewed Dean Ilenne.isy vho has not only -given his sanction, but had expressed himself as Ju'm-,; strongly in favor of it, and willing t-. give it whatever support lay in lus power. The Dean had further gran led them the use of the school. They would also have the active support of Father Lynch. Mr. D. Deasey. in supporting the. motion, referred to the. formation of similar societies anil the amount of good they had accomplished while they lasted. Th...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIFE KILLED, HUSBAND ESCAPES. LIGHTNING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

WIFE KILLED, HUSBAND ESCAPES: LIGHTNING FATALITY. A meswur'e from ^Iaryborough to day states that Jli-s. August J'rurxKS. was killed by lijrhtninir jjear JIur;*oii last night. She and her husband were £aini>ed in a tent, under a -tree when it was struck by lightning. The ;husband.escaped unhurt.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TEMORA HORROR. BOy HANGED FROM RAFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

LA TEMORA HORROR. . BOy HANGED FROM BARTER.' * A shocking tragedy- i' isV roporteit, , ,;v;: from Temora. Following . an alterea I ion. with his younger; brother over a' > jmir of trousers, Joseph' Joycc (1&): !vV son of 'Richard Joyce, ;plumbor,; re-" . siding at Hosklns Stroet, Tomora, .' .was found in a shed, ait Hhe rear. oi!vj liis parents' residentliaricinj? from' li rfiftor by a breochin# strap. , v : The discovery was < made- by n; ; f f! younger brother, who informed his sinter, and the latter cutidown the - . 'vV body with a knife. Mbdieal aid-was . - summoned, and. the lad was-convoyed r to the. hospital, where he died;- '1 ; A carious and sad coincidenco ist * v i I that about IS months ago an elder " ? - \ brother, ascd IS; hanged, himself in ^ the sumo shed, frdm the"Hame:rafter, . ' with a similar 'strap.', ' .';i :' ; ! r .» >7 I Young Joyce ^\vas'--''ijtated^'to|:!b6^--\^?J^|K quite normal and bright-up:to witlLr» lii a, fow minutes of the t...

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

JAPANESE BUDGET. SHANC'HAI, Nov. 14.--A Tokio message states .that the ordinary ox* nemliture in 1924, as disclosed in the :IBmlK0t speech, will he 27.000.000 yen, being u reduction ol' -104,000,000 on the current years figures. It has been agreed to make a cut ol 107,000,000 ill the expenditure during the rest of Che. current year.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAX ON TATTERSALL'S. NINE PER CENT OF TASMANIA'S REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

TAX ON TATTERSAEL'S. - - iv,r NINE PER CENT OF TASMANIA'S- > REVENUE. I >. " ' ®RS -Since the doatli oC George Adams -p-fj in -September, 1001, Tattersalls h:ia .v, paid to.'tho State £l,7Uo.961: in taxa-" tion, and to the Federal Go^rnmeut,, £514,279. The latter has onl boon * *: collected since 1019. The amount vVXffi paid by Tattorsall's to the Takmaniv : , an Govornmeut lust year was £201,376.. ^tv5 . which was - equal 'to '9* pop - cent. oC- )l\vy, . the whole or the'consolidated revenues . of the-State.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SHIRE ROADS. A COMPLAINT FROM TUBBUL ROAD. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

THE SHIRE ROADS. A COMPLAINT FROM TUBBUL ROAD. (To tlio Editor). Sir.--What Is the Shire Council do I fng In the matter of making good j roads In Hit* Shire or Hurrangong? The roads {it the district from Tubbul Uoad Siding toward# Moranuorell ara I In such a slate that they arc a soared of positive danger U> persons travcll | ing over thorn. Thoy wort? quite bi/d ; enough prior to tho recent heavy r.iln ! hut now thoy are considerably worse, and in most places there arc danger* i cius holes, where numerous "bogg j Ings" have taken place quite recent ly, and are very littlo better than bush tracks. Unless these roads I int* attended to at once, there will j be occasioned a groat deal of delay and danger experienced when wheat carting commences. /Hie shire coun cillors should do all in their power to eliminate this. .Moreover, as there is a possibility, according to a statement made by t'r. Taylor at the last meeting, of the shire rate be ing increased, it is rinly right and Just t...

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

Fitting Out A Man From Suit To Socks and making1 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. 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 SO X-iper pair 6d. MEN'S GREY WORK SOX-per pair 9d. MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE SOX-per pair .. .. .. .. 1/9 MEN'S STRONG HARVARD WORK SHI«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 FOR HARD WORK. AND LIVE UP-TO THEIR REPUTATION. MEN'S COTTON TWEED TROUSERS, in neat dark patterns. Per pair .. .. .. 4/11 MEN'S BLUE DUNGAREE T-KOUSERS <. .. .. 3/11, 4/11 MEN'S GREY DUNGAREE TROUSRS, full weight...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PATIENT DISAPPEARS. SCARE AT COWRA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

PATIENT DISAPPEARS. ! SCARE AT COWRA HOSPITAL. I A patient fti the »owra District, Hospital named "William Porter, «re uteri .somewhat of a hear.- at that hi Htitution oil/Sunday night. Porter, who WJIH Buttering front pneumonia, vacated 1i|h bed and disappeared dur ing the tiibsence of ihi> nurses in charge. A thorough scan-It ot the ])UildingH and grounds failing to liud hid whereabout*. the police wen' communicated with and (wo con stables w«rc; denpauhed to Porter's Mount and iHolmwoud. 'Meanwhile one of the nurses having occasion to go Into the ward occupied by porter, 1 found the fugitive safely esennred ill j bed* totally oblivious of ihe mild sen satloii he hurt "'caused. The unfur* I tunatft man, who is said to he mental- I l> riellcfeiit, was .routined to the gaol hospital.

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

BRIBBAREE. (From our Correspondent). ORICKEt. 1 Thuddungra played Brlbbaree at Eribbaree on Saturday last for the Caldwell Cup. The game resulted in a draw, 63 runs each. CHILD SCALDED. Joan, the (hrcftyeariolrt . clilljl ,.ot<, Mr. Titos. >Hopwood, of "Balmoral," pulled a dish of boiling water over herself, in the absence o£ the par ents, and . was badly scalded about Hie neck and shoulder. . The little sulTerer is doing as well as can bo expected in the. Ilurrnngong; District Hospital. HARVESTING. :iHay-cntting has- started here, but: the ground is very boggy, which is causing great inconvenience to ithe farmers. . .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUAMBY ESTATE. RUSH Of APPLICANTS FOR S.P. BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

QUAMBY ESTATE. RUSH Of APPLICANTS' FOR S.P. BLOCKS. ..Thirtv applications have been re ceived to date at tlie local Lands Office for two settlement purchase blocks on Quamby estate. > The time for the closing;'of applications lias- been extended to December 31st Givini?: evidence at Tcmora before the Public Works Committee concer ning .the proposed south-western 'dis trict water supply scheme, Councillor C. A. Finley, Government Medical Officer,-stated that in the dry sea sons there was a noticeable increase in the number of stomachic .com plaints, duo mostly to bad drinking? water. Mr. Hodgson, municipal health officer, stated that notifiable diseases .multiplied during? droughts. John A. Bradley, newspaper pro prietor, stated that the scheme .would be the direct means of checking tlui crift fro 11 the country to the .city. The Committee loft'later for Sydney.

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

EMPIRE WIRELESS. SPEECH BY MR. BRUCE. I.OXUOX, Nov. H.-('Kcuter).~The Ami of the wireless .speeches on cable ami wireless communications, was de livered at the Economic Conference by ftlr. Bruce, Prime Minister of Aus tralia, who said he did not share tho view of Canada and South Africa, tliiit the question of wireless and the operation of stations in he establish* oil, was one for the -British Govern* nient alone. He maintained thtit it was a great Imperial ijuesiion. Cheap and effective communication is.vital to the Empire. Jtapidity of com munication is perhaps the most seri ous consideration, and far exceeded the many things they were attempt ing to do at the conference. The matter of trade that inevitably would ibe gained was uttrealisabie if great ly increased service of news could bo provided. There was much to be done in the direction of getting great er unity throughout the Empire. J*ur f Ihermore, an efficient and cheap wire j less service would promote migration, by enabl...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY EMPLOYEE'S LAPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

RAILWAY EMPLOYEE'S LAPSE. WAGGA, 'Wed.-Judge 'Sevan, at Wagga Quurter . Sessions, sonteuced John Robert Mills (committed from Cootamundra Court) to 1'2 months' hard "labor for huvliig received a par cel of skins, the property of the Rail way Commissioners, knowing them'to have boon stolen. "His Honor, in passing sentence, said: *'It is shock ing that tho-railways should bo rob* bed by some, of tho employ pes. In no case of railway pilloring will I treat tho accused as a first offender. The public has to bo protected, aud i intend passing a sentence which 1 hope will bo a deterrent to others^" ?Mills bad pleaded guilty to Die chargo <1L* receiving, but on tho previous day ho had, with two others, .boon ac quitted of having couspircu to sloal til© 3kinr-. Hector'Arcntj;, one of the trio, had been remanded'to the next sessions also on a charge of receiving.

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

THE KAISER. RETURN TO GERMANY DENIED. j.ONDOX. Nov. 15.-The Hi-rHn <.»' vernmi'iu ilulilos tliat tlx; lias been uivon jieruilsMon to re(uiu to Germany.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE CROPS FAILED. FARMERS WANT ASSISTANCE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

WHERE CROPS FAILED. FARMERS WANT ASSISTANCE The Sydney chamber of agriculture . . is asking the government to mako aft ininuMiiato announcement concerning assistance to fanners wlibso crojja t. have failetl owing to Ur6ught* . .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR EXPULSIONS. "FAR TOO COMMON," SAYS FEDERAL LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

LABOR EXPULSIONS, .. . "FAR TOO COMMON," SAYS FEDERAL LEAdER. ? Illr. A. C. Willis . announced last night Cluit the exeeutiVo.oL' the AjL.EV, would be prepared to-grunt a £«II and .open ?inquiry" into the* crises o£ men who have been expelled Irom tlid'* ILiibor movement recently. CVI1-. Charlton, ALP. in a speech, said, that; the-expulsions, of latjor.wer.Qji^' coming far to common. , ' iHo urged', the AjL.P. to .put its mvu house in order. . ; . J],.-.; "

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNION RIBBON. TROUBLE AT BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

UNION RIBBON. TROUBLE AT BROKEN HILL. Stoppages on some of the Broken Hill minus are reported from the Parrier in consequence of certain iiiino.'s rfusimr to work with men who declined to wear the union ribbon.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANDERSON'S CLAIM. DAVIS CUP TENNIS DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

ANDERSON'S C1AIM. DAVIS CUP TENNIS DISPUTE Jack dlsuBrees with J. O. , Anderson's elalm fur i'500 over tlio Davis, Cup trip. Mr. 'Huwki.-H »iiyn the'AuHtraHftU was treutfil most lilier ally (luring -the trip. In Sydney, tin- general InipreHslcin in touii/i ;olncle« i« that despite tlio little difference.! that Mr. J. 0. .An derson is having wills tho Tennis As sociation..he will -review "his declmori not to play big tenuis again, aml tijat Uc will he seen in action before| long.'; .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINERS' STRIKE. AUSTRALIAN MINERS ASSIST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

MINERS' STRIKE. AUSTRALIAN MINERS ASSIST. A message to-day from Welling ton. (N.2i.) .states that the M/n Federation has received, £1000 'from Australian miners towards the con duet ol? .. strike on the west coast.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conventional Dress. A Break in Court Monotony. THE "MARION EDWARDS" CASE RECALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

Conventional Dress. A Break in Court Monotony. THE "MARION EDWARDS"CASE RECALLED. The monotony of the Police Court Pioceedinits was broken this morn injr by the appearance of ;i youth dressed in the garb of a worsan. This is said to be the first occasion in the history of Younj; that an "of fensive behaviour" vase of masquer-, aiii'ng in improper attire has been ao'ju'dieaied u'oon by the local court. The incident attracted a Koodly number of spectators in and around the Tenmle of Justice all of whom stemed anxious to j:et a jjlimp.se of the "fair one" at close range. Hei height .w,is about >six feet, but .the dress and ether articles of apparel, in fiut. the whole costume-was what might be described as a "cut-to-or (kr" fit. The c'a.fe referred to re ctlls, the memorable Marion ;Edwart|.s episode in Victoria, in which a youna woman came into conflict .with the !&.». throueh havinc adopted a man's attire. Known to her employees (a firm of graziers) as "Mill Ed wards," the...

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