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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923
SYDNEY PRODUCE J.IARKETS j At the Sydney Produce markets ) to-day potatoes, local realise,d .17/0 to J8s: Tasmanian %'24/. Onions,. Siiverskijis, 18 s.,to 18/6. .Chaff, W.heaten, choice 8/6. other lines 5s; oaten, choice 8/G. other 6/6. . Luc erne chaff 9/6 to 10/. Hay, luc erne, small? bales. G/0, largeJJ/Q :to 7s; maize, South African 16/9; eggs unaltered.
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923
LONDON WOOL SALES. Wdnchcombe, Carson '.Ltd., received tile following cable from their iLou don agents:-"London sales will close Thursday. Compared closing prices last series, prices tor greasy merino ileece wools arc 5 per cent, iirhher. Pieces are .unchanged. Comb ing scoureds unchanged. Short scour eds are 10 per cent, lower, fine cross breds 5 to 10 per cent, higher; 'me .dium crossbreds 10 to 15 per cent., nnd coarso crossbreds 10 "per cent, higher."
DISTRICT WOOL CLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923
DISTRICT WOOL CLIPS. At Sydney sales yesterday, the fol lowing clips were sold:-lUunb over , Kllkee, G bales an e at 30}d., 11 bales : uaa e at 29d., 10 bales aaa e at 20d.,1 7 bales aa pes o at 2Sid., 6 bales a j pes. e at 22id. CMS in two blocks j over .Eulomo, 11 bales aa li at 27iid., . 5 bales «a ell at 2Gld., 5 bates aa com ? e at 26lfd., G bales aa com o at 24ijd., » bales aa com e and aa w at 231(1., J 7 bales aa com e at 2ild., IS -balos i: a li at 2SJd., 6 bales a corn o at 251d.. 14 bales a com e and a eh at 23J(]., I 7 bales a com o at 23Jd., 6 bales a w ! at 22-j&lt;l., 6 bales b com e and a and j b wlie at 23(1., 6- bales-a I eh at 23Jtl.,! 16 bales 1st pes b at 27d" 19 bales | lat pes eh at 24Jd., 9 bales 1st pes j c at 23d., 21 2nd pes ell 211(1., 9 bales I e at 211d., 6 balfes bels. ewh at 21:id., I 7 bales locks ew at lfld., 34 bales cr j at Hid.
FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923
FRUIT MARKET. AIL cholco fruits jvere in steady demand at the Sydney fruit markets yesterday. 'Quotations: Cherries, 8/ to 12/ box; gooseberries, 6/ to 10/ box; lociuats, 3/ to 8/, special to 12/ halt case: strawberries, 8/ to 15/ doz. punnets. A few early plums sold at S/ to 9/ box.
PONY SENSATION. FOUR ARRESTS, ALLEGED "VAST' CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923
PONY SENSATION. FOUR ARRESTS, ALLEGED "VAST'- CONSPIRACY. SYDNEY, This Day.-:F.our man who have been prominently associa ted with pony racing were arrested lust nijrht after tlir pony races ami clinrtsed. with foricioK and uttering bettinc itickets. The names; of the .ir.cn etyii'tred are.:-.Vot. G.oypr, a 1-lokmakev's cleric: Alirfiil ' Joyce, bi a(cinakor;,Kdvvin,J. Gardiner, trav eler; Waurice Jacobs, bpo^nuueer. The police alWipo.Jthat n; viist qp.fl «r:irney has been working to defraud the Government of ..revenue, as.stanij.' duty. Batting tickets, which should have cost £12 10/ per thousand have, been on i-ale ,nt curtain .places ,at tf per thouimnd. The alleged con spiracy relates to stamps of three [?once .0.11 paddock .betting tickets. . ; ACCUSED'BEFORE THE "CO^RT: The four raein" men charEed'with ? hnviajr lie-frauded the T-teawy. by I fori?in-r duty stamps on' bettinK tic kets were brought up at the Central Court this morning, and '.row/inileu tjli November 28th. Bail'jn...
A PURE WATER SUPPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923
A PURE WATER SUPPLY. (To the Kditor.) Sir.-Under the nom-de-plume of , Adiui Pura, anothe&lt; Richmond is in the field and makes a few well direc i ltd thrusts at the mail coat 01 indif ference so ofter experienced by Pub lic Health workers everywhere. Now, personally* while I welcome his, or any other enthusiast s remarks tci.dinir to wake the majority of peo plj from their settled lethargy re fnrdinj? disease preventive measures tin. re is iust one or two observations I would like to make here in refer ence to what he terms *a Rood fjl 1 ter." The method he speaks of ill these terms is not new bv any means and it cannot lie conceded here thnt it i is a germ destroyer or even arrcator; it is certainly a Rood strainer, and may even under certain circumstan &lt;is, act as a germ arrestor, and wi \'.v states, if the filtering material Is fmmentlv changcd. it will generally fcive very satisfactory results. But therein lies its weakness, the major-1 ity of people think t...
Fatal Lightning Flash. Nineteen Sheep Killed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923
Fatal Lightning Flash. Nineteen Sheep Killed. During a storm at C'animbla, near Cowra. on Monday, -Mr. Charles !>\. iphillp had the msfortune -to have nineteen ewes struck dead by .Ilgttt nine. The ilU'iited animals were portion of four huudred ewes grazing In u luuldac.k adjacent to the hojne stead.' The lightning first struck a tree and then lollpwed a zlg zag course amongst the Hock, killing the number stated above.
A MIDNIGHT ARREST. Youth Masquerades in Woman's Attire. CONSTABLE GILES SPOILS THE ROMANCE. A NIGHT IN THE LOOK-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 15 November 1923
A MIDNIGHT , ARREST. Youth Masquerades in Woman's Attire. CONSTABLE GILES SPOILS THE ROMANCE. A NIGHT IN « LOOK-UP. A youth, aged 13 years, was charg ed at tlie Young Polite Court .this morning with that he did behave In au offensive manner In Lynch-slreet lust night. . The accused appeared in tlio dock still wearing the full outillt of wo man's clothing in which he was at tired when arrested, including a Bty llsh black hut and veil. The effect was so realistic that when accused was brought Into the court-room some at the spectators thought thai lio really was ft young woman. .Constable tiiles, who effected the arrest lit midnight, informed the ma gistrate (Mr. A. S. Wlckham. JjP.) that he spoke to the accused, who was standing, nt the time, in the doorway ot a shop in ILynch-street, near the bridge. 'He asked accun ed wiietiier he was a man or a wo man. The latter replied, "I'm woman." Asked whilt she was do 1ns there n(. that hour, and aceusei replied, "I'm waiting tor my broth or...
DISTRICT SALES AT HOMEBUSH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
I DISTINCT SALKS AT HOMEDUSII ? At Ilomebush yc. wjiay district sal&lt;M wore mad't a- :-South cm amenta, Younr i-l> suckers 2.?>.* 7d: A. Seddon, (ialu;:;.1. 1 's rj&lt;M.d>i*cu MiuU-rr; 21/;i: V/. i . CooUi munfira, 80 x sUL-iar. »1 ?*; 10 Wbtn crs JW/IO; \V. K. Ko.^s, Harden, 1IJ v/nllv v.'cthr,,M*. 07/ i. - woolly xhrod "Wt-i 20/JO; 1)0 wiu.Hv r o.'/HM; IM \vy :j»/ 1; fj-i sutkv: . .£&lt;» Simp son, Carajrabal, 2'M» 11.
GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
GOULBUUN .STOCK tfAHKKT. j \V. H. Wheatlev report having yarded 2000 head o»" - auk1 and 12, (IU0 sheep to a )ur&lt;r*; a».c! representa tive attendance of buyer:; from Wag g», Cowra, Temora. Monaro and all local districts. C&lt;ii.T ;jotiti«»n was keen throughout fu: both sheep and cattle, and the whole yarding of >Uccu and eastlo.. with J.h:« exception of one small lot of bullocks, was nuickly disposed of. ami all the sloes delivered t» the purchasers before .six o'clock. SIUIFH).-The ya? ding comprised ; princinnliv shorn sheep in good con dition, ail description* meeting with I ready sale at increased price;?, the (following beim* among the principal ,tales:-Four hundred merino ewes, 2-tooth. &lt;m aecotini of iN. (Jib.-:un, Caragabal, i\i 25/: *300 merino weth ers. :j and 4 yearn. al .2-J/; 700 me rino wethers, 4 yo£.r.s 2J/0 to 22/0; 500 merino wethers. 2-tooth, 24/; 400 merino, wcaiier* ht 21/'J; COO comeback ewes. 4, (> and H-tooth, at 22/; othe...
DISTRICT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
DISTRICT STOCK SALES j 'Winehcoiiibe, Ci:r:«m Wt!., report-', I At liomcbush on Thi:r*:lay wo soW J ' suoker lumtm from A. 12. Thomus. | Cowra. to 23 ",. mwhvv lamhH trom ! \\\ A. DougJus, .Uiiwile, lo cross i bred suckers* from !C. Iiiloy, Cowra, ! io -i/D, crossbred nurkera from 0. Oooloy, Woodstock, to i.'1/lO, cross* .bred owes from 1'. Murphy, Cmvrn, I to 20/1. .Clear.ii:- '-:! sdso included 00 western woolly merino wethers at l»7/0, lioj£geis to bullocks I-/, suera to A!!-/:!.'. r:»*vs to -ll/.S/, , heifers to £9/7/-.
BRITISH ELECTIONS. CABINET DISSENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
BRITISH ELECTIONS. CABINET DISSENSION. IjONDOX, N^lv. lo.-The "Dally Herald"- says Wr. Austen Chamber lain refused to Join In tlio .Cabinet unless 'Lord Birkenhead was Includ ed. The majority of members ot the Cabinet refused to consent to Hervu aa coll'fasues ot Lord -Birken head. . The "Dally Telegraph" says that intense resr'>t is felt by Unionists that there Is no longer a prospect ot I.Mr. Austen Chamberlain and .Lord Itirkeuhoad rejoining the '.Ministry at the present juncture. They arc will ing to enter the'Uovernment as iMInis tcrs without portfolios, but no invita tion to join the?Ministry, has reached them and negotiations are stated au thoritative^ to- lie at an end. There is also reason to believe that a num ber ot' the junior members or the (iovornmcnt are unwilllus to I' t by gones be bygones.
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. Potatoes: lu«*al, old 18/-, new 20/*; Tasmanian, in-. Onfoim: brown II/-, white, IS/- to Chaff: whuutmi, .5/0 to G/ti; oat«». 7/9 to *>/&lt;>; lucerne. U/% iHny: lucerne, hiiiuH halts, 7/0 | to 8/*t>large, i>/&lt;V to 7/«; oaten, S/!i. j'.YIaizu and fcSK* unaltered.