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BOY KILLED. FATAL MOTOR LORRY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

BOY . KILLED. FATAL MOTOR LORRY ACCI DENT. Thomas Emmctt. aged 10 years, of Waverlcv, was knoekod down by a motor lr~-?. after alighting from a I vain to-dnu and was killed instantly.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVER-PRODUCTION OF WHEAT. SMALLER ACREAGE RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

OVER-PRODUCTION WHEAT.' SMALLER ACREAGE RE- , COMMENDED. XVW YORK, Nov. 14.-A Chicago | m.MHUKe states tl...' ^uUonal Wlic-at Council's ?Production lLomml"t ,1" reporting <>» !' l.rocriimiiie t r t>> solution or the wheat £ cluml Unit tlie «,oWers r. ieoiinrillsctl by the coiiKlstmit over prmltntion. tirsud the rmlmo the Jotal ucrca^e riorn 1 DUO 000 to SO.OOO.OOO iicrcM. tmmUU., H.lvis,,. tlie Ul^rsincu on 1 of crops, ami rocammeiHlort t»»e l« inu of a regional conference to ^ terminals tli« miuctiona of local acre "ge* ami co-ordinate with the nation al programme.

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

SOLDIERS CONGRESS. 1'llE PRICE OF LIBERTY. Thu Jfobnrt Soldiers* Conjures last rijrht adopted a new motion that "The price of liberty is eternal .vijr iianec."

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S CABLES. BRITISH ELECTIONS ON DECEMBER 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

TO-DAY'S CABLES. BRITISH ELECTIONS ON DECEMBER 6th. ibO.VDOX, 'Nov. 13.-Tlio ,llas".l.1.l| lion of the Urltisl, ^arluunen1 *111 take place on I'fldaj. , ,.,i Hons will he lieltl on December Mil.

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

IN MEMOR1AM. FISHER.-In lovinir memory of our dear won and brother, {Fred, who was killed on 15th November, 1921. So calmly he sleeps fn God's holy acre {Released from all sorrow, from toll aud from pain; For ever at rest in the arms of fits maker, And humbly we ]>ray we, may ninel him again. -Inserted by his loving parents, sis ters and brothers. In sad and -loving memory of uiy dear husband, Frederick Fisher.- who. deoartcd this life No vember 15. 1921. My heart aches with sadness nud loneness ily eyes shed tnuuy u tear; God alone knows how I miss yon, dear As it dawns another year. -"Inserted by his laving wife Joanm*.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BULK WHEAT. WARRANT WHICH CAN BE CASHED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

BULK;WHEAT. ivS ;:.v WARRANT WHICH CAN BE CASHED. . ' 'SYDNEV, iThla Day.-Tlio. \VbBat " >'£ Silo Board hn's decided to issup bulk/. v heat ?warrant* to erowera which by negotlabla documents. v *

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Y.D.S. EX-PUPILS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

Y.D.S. EX-PUPILS. The social in the Oddfellow* hall last night under the auspices of the alove Union wu~ far the most suc cessful dance heir] this se/ison, the numbers necessitating the use ofthe fci'ter part of th»* hall for dancing. Boomed up by a skilful committee with Mr. I.es Qua" as secretary ana JVr. Matt Porter, as president, it was well in hand. Much praise is due to .Mr. Quay for the way in which this social was organised, which as most people know is no mean part of the event. The hall was most be coming in its ru«* of color and most ably displayed the colors of the Un ion. I).meing under such a briJ lltnt color scheme was spoken of by everyone as most enjoyable indeed. The supper which was served was of the very best an dthe Union Ls very thankful indeed to the who so very much assisted in this direction The tables were irmly decorated with the colors which were in accordance with the objects of the social. Mr. J. Deasy very abh* carried out the duties of 31.C. The music...

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

CURRENT NEWS. j ENGAGEMENT. Miss Alice Byrne, only daughter «t | Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Byrne, Brib-, baree. stock and stiition n)jent, to 5<r John iPowdcrley. fifth son ol J'r. \V. I'owdcrley. "Bloomsbury, GicnCell road, Younjr. 111 ur~" riBKB will take place ftt Brjbbarce, on March 1th. J»21.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMING STATE ELECTIONS. LABOR CONFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

GOMING STATE ELECTIONS. I' ? i-ABOR CONFERS. SYDNEY, This Day.-rr-Labev;mein litis of Parliament, and;.'Crto A.L.P., Executive, met in conforonce yester day about the fbrtheoming;Stato el« c-'tions. Five were appointed;as a c minittoe, and they will .report'.:biick to another conference on.No,vember 28 th.. ? . .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DROWNED AT CRONULLA. MAN WASHED OFF ROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

DROWNED, AT CRONULLA. MAN WASHED OFF ROCKS. ' SYDNEY, This Day;--John - Black,1 130. a poultry farmer at (Port Hack injr. was collecting. musscllsLon ttho jocks at Cronulla ycsLorday.AVhcn lies was washed off ami drowned... :

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

LISTENING-IN. One result of the wireieks craze ii " that a great hush has fnllen upon su- 1 /. . "j hurban families, and many ; neigh--. tour-annoying noises havo. entirely v: ceased. ' '. ' V -'v... Once we irade 3I1 awful row.jbut wo." ' seldom do.it now; v - The gramophone has ccuscd to make.,a din; - Wu never pine; and pons, or lift oui? ''' i'i'O-'.'J voice in sons, ?; ? . :VI? For we're always liatonji^,' 'lisi''. ,. .'.yi-" tuninc, listenins-in. Nov." we liev.er dance a bit, and aar' -i . . duiet as mice wo'ait; ' v" "We bluffed Aunt Jono.;b(jciBw^e.sW'f:VV,\i-i(V:i:-(}ji dropped a pin. -j .', V '.4';^ Father's put, his clubs away,''arid ut-.. hridse yr« never, play, v,.!;.y. For all'tho family's .liatoriinff.'.li^.i . tenins-in. This rage'for wireless wave& quite: a '-J'" lot .of'worry sayes i;v,'V For Mother the ?, spi'irig-eleaning won't'b'oirin; ' " . -jS Mabel's given un her knitting; 'and "V.-" now'ber fiance's'quitting; '?? ' " B.oeause.sho's, always listening,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LUBRANO DIVORCE SUIT. PETITIONER'S CASE RE-OPENED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

LUBRANO DIVORCE SUIT. PETITIONER'S CASE RE-OPENED At the request o£ counsel this mor ninjr, Mr. Justice Owen agreed to i e-oiK'ii thu petitioner's case in tho Lubruuo divorce suit. The ea.*o is still part heard.

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

SCHOOL CRICKET. A DRAWN GAME Yesterday the first XI from the j Young District School played a match with a team from, St. Mary's 1 High School. I The game resulted a draw owing! to the Bummgong C.C. having pei. \ mission to practise on the cricket pound from IJ.oO p.m.. The principal scores for Y. J). S. were:-:I. Reynolds 53 not out and It. Campbell 27. whilst Jasprizwi 12 not out and MvDcrniott 10 were the best for St. Mary's. Y.D.S. halted first and closed their innings with 7 for 317, when stumps were drawn St .Mary's had five out for 32 runs. Following are the scores: Y.D.S.-1st innings. Reynolds, not out 53 Irvine, b Jennings 2 flume, thrown out. b Taylor . . 5 Smith, b Jennings ....... 1 Campbell, h.o.w.. b Baxter . . 27 Cuddington, st Jasprizza, b Taylor lo .Kintoul,. lun out, . ..... . . ... . . 4 Wright, not out 11 Smith, c McGuirc. b McDermott 0 Sundries 2 Total for seven wickets 117 S. MARY'S H. SCHOOL-1st innings Baxter, c Reynolds, b Campbell 2 Taylor, e Wright, b Irvi...

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

Stewards ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE =fNfHva§SsF the br°nchial A POWERFUL LUNG TONIC. iVl,ilr ?"scs;0f ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS Will be found most PRICE 2/6 PER BOTTLE. --OBTAINABLE ONLY AT Stewart's Pharmacy BURROWA ST. YOUNG. 'PHONE i58. Country Orders packed PR BE and sent the Bam» DM. BBBB0BaBQBBnaDQBQBgi3BBBiaaBaaBBBB QUALITY GOODS AT O'ROURKES Always Cheaper when Quality is concerned. Crcpe-de-Chine Frocks from 42/. Zephyr Frocks from 6/11. Cropo Ratine Frocks from U7/6. Vol lo Frocks from 25/. Fuji Frocks from 35/. (Heavy Weight CVcpo do Chines, 8/11 yard. Fuji 4/11 yard. Hoylo's Quality in Chock Zephyrs and Ginghams, 1/3, 1/6 yard. Rompers from 2/11. Children's-Frocks from 5/11.. Heavy Weight Assam 'Dust Coats from 49/6. Also a lower grade line at 35/. Silk Camisoles from 7/11. White Cotton Vests, 1/9. Mil linery, Boots, Shoes & Hosiery all prices. Sheeting, (Calicoes, Damask* Towels, Napiery, Ozen bergs, and all wanted lines in Stock. Men's Felt Hats from 4/11. White...

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

SALE AT BEN-DICK MURRELIL'. j A. E.1 Hunter and J. H. ©awe, ot I (Bendick Murrell, auctioneers in con-, Junction, hold a moat successful clear- j unce sale yesterday on behalf of Mr. | N. 'W. Warton, at Bendlck Murrell. j The household furniture and effects I realised liigli prices. (Cattle sold up , to £10 for steers and £6 for lieifers. . Morses were dull of sale. , ,

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

COOTAMUNDRA SPECIAL STOCK SALE. 'Messrs G. Thompson and Co. re port a very successful clearance at their special sale 'last 'Friday, when, to a most representative and large attendance, close on' 2000 sheep were disposed of, und about 1£0 head ;pt cattle, together with several consign ments of horses. Included .were , con signments from Messrs 33. A. MciCUn tock, W. IKCllntock, W. G.. friend, ',W. (Elliott, W. Hicks, and others. Prices realised were:-Jlerlno wethers to 22/1; comeback hoggets 21/1 to 23/3;- cpmehaok wether hog-, gets to '20/; mixed sexes to .10/9. ?Fat cattle: steers .to £8/Ht/,;-,cpwa .to £8/6/; heifers to £6/1®/. - Store cat tle: steers, 2 years to - £4/l'5/; yearl-. ing heifers and steers, ,35/ to 'A>a>/", springers to £7;' draught horses,£22 10/ to £25; mares to £20/10/. ? This firm advises that seyeral spe cial lots have already ;be»en 1 booked for theii1 special1 sale on -December' 14, and invite further entrieB. |

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

GOULBURN STOCK S^LES. W. iH. Wlieatley (Goulburn) report , a good ,ntteta<Uuice ot buyers at yes terday's sales, local and country cen tres being well represented. Fat sheep: Gobd. yarding, market Arm at lute rates. Sales included on n/c ot W. and A. MdGeocli, Urana, 1Q0 wethers to 24/0, average 23/2; on.a/c of Chas. Williams, 20$vejy.es to 25/-6, ayerivge 20/4; ex Gflfltth, .310 erossbred ew!es to 20/, average 17/S; 100 suckers to 27/-. I icattle: Two hundred yarded, mark-1 et 'firm ' at last wqek's ra,tes, ;» Bul-'i locks sold to £17/5/-, and cpws to | £12/5/-. Stiles Included on a/c of j A. W.. Ranken, ILoekyersleigh,,.eight.! bullocks to £17/5/-; 12 cows to £11 <5/-, average £10/3/-; on a/c D. and' IVW. Glbb, Coclcetgedong, steers at (£112; on a/c Charles .Williams, -JJi'aua;' cows at' £12/5/-; heifers, to £10/5/-; vealers to £7/l'o/; on a/c' of "31. J. Shea, Harden, cows at £7/2/6. (Best Iglit beef worth £2/6/ to .12./7/.per lOOlbs. ;

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Legge's Retirement. From Cootamundra Licensing Board. PAPE[?]S RELATING TO HIS APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

Mr. Legge's Retire ment. j From Cootamundra. Licensing ' Board. , ! i .iPARE.ttS .RELATING TO HIS ' APPOINTMENT. ; j . l.)Tr. iLey, ijlinister for Justice, laid on»the mbie'bf'tlie HOuso'dast night 1 *Ke Papers' rBBaj'dl^-';t^e,aiijioitttmont I of Mr. (Legge'to' tlie C'botainundra > 'Licensing 'Bencli. ' These show that .Jtr.,(tiegge .was appointed .in February .1921, despUe.' tlie i'act that Mr. Malonc ?Police, Magistrate, had' reported that \Legge v\yas a man ,yitU, strong precpu cieved opinions and not sufficiently ..inclined to' coiiBider tho, . me.rits of both aides. Mr.; Bihlono at that tiriio recpriimondefl bn^. (Wn^in.. Mr. taggos appointment was supportqd by -atr. I'. .R flLoughlifti ja.hdi IMr. <3reg. -MaOirr, 0J«. V A. arid 'Jtr. ^JfcKell,, acting Mlhlstiarlfdr justice, indorsed the .ap pointment. S.qrgt. Jeffrey, {on llCeb runry 28, 1923,--submitted a ' report . relating ; to ., the renewal , ot l^eggo's appointment,.in'which he baid.it was not regarded .wi...

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

Buying and Selling- on the Fundamental Prin ciple of Fair Dealing accounts' for the Pro *. gress of Chellew Trompf & Co. SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE AT THE STORE FOB MEN AND BOYS. At the Door of the Post Office. NOTE THESE VALUES: . "PINWIRE," THE IDEAL > WORK TROUSERS. . Theso Trousors are built from an exceptionally durable mater ial; (Dark Grey with stripes, good summer weight, reinforc £4 . at points of. Htratu, taped seams, strong pockets. Try a - pair. ,Tho price Is 12/11. "TRIUMPH" WORK SHIRTS. Each One Guaranteed. , Men Hk,e' ttiem for their com fort and .sterling vorth, and tho woman of'tlio home for tlio service they £lve. Wo stand behind every Shirt sold. Nuvy Drill, Harvnrds, (Black and Gray Twill. Prices: G/ll; 7/11, 8/11 and -fl/C. Golf Shirts, with or without Collars to match, 8/C, 3/0,10/C. Also excellent supplies 'of Soft Collars In White and Striped at 1/- and 1/6. SUITS YOU'D SWEAR WERE TAILORED TO MEASURE, 7Z/6 One lino in particular-a Qua lity Grey Tweed. In...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Music at Murrumburrah Orchestral Club Formed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923

Music at MiHTwuitjuri-ah Orchestral Club Formed,' A myelins convened by (Mr. A. IH. . Goorgo was held in the. parish hall this \veck for tUo .purpose of forming' no orchestral society. Mv.' A. H. ?George presided, and 'there wero pre sent; 'Messrs 'It. J. Simpson, J. W. .Woruer, A. 'Walton, ,'H. Bolton, 'A. Hedges, J. T. IMttrgrle, G. iHeath, Mrs. Moore. , 'It wns resolved to form a" squioty, whlqli wltf ,bo fcnown OBUM. ;ilixcolsior' Orchestral Society) . .*!!}», ofllelals art:-Jl'roHldo.m-, 'Mr. A.''H. Georgo; secretary and treasurer, 'An-' T. 3. 'Miirgrie; coihmlttco, IMessrB It. J. Simpson, A. Wultou, Moore uuu q. illfeunett; conductor, Mr- .«. J 'Simpson: acoopiyauiste. -C. £. (Dennett. ? . Jt 4s- esitfctsd'.tljat Ao«» ?will be-at least i20 -players-with a good variety ot. instruments.- . '

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