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COUNTERFEIT COINS. TWO MEN SENTENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
COUNTERFEIT COINS TWO MEN. SENTENCED. At .Svdney Sessions, Arthur Ward anil James Smith wero yustorilny 80JJ-; tonced to 12 months for utterhis coun tcrfelt cultiK oil Kogaralt idiopUeoiierH The coins >vero mostly sJllliiBS a»'l florins and nppnrontly mnau in a ror OIkii country, but are; cievm ,.m; nations. . . ? Printed and l"ul)liBhod by Srtinjt Henry. Hopwood, of M.c^®5'0'Sp®8.' Younff. for tho ? proprietors, P. J. Wales, F. H. Hopwood, and^A. B. Collins, *t_tiieir W Printing Worka, Young»
PROTEST DEALT WITH. FEE TO BE REFUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
PROTEST DEALT WITH. FEE TO BE REFUNDED. The protest entered at last show against Uie .first and second awards given tor girl rider, IS years anil under, was finally disposed of at yes terday's P. and A. meeting. It was resolved that tile entry could be ac cepted as having been properly made, the girl to whom the prize was. award ed being under the ago of 10 years iit the time. Tho committee ais'. decided that tho feo 'be refunded to the person by whom the protest had been lodged..^ .'
Soldiers' Memorial. Big Carnival Arranged. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
Soldiers' Memorial; Big, Carnival Arranged. »:v A meeting of tlw Young Soldiors Memorial Committee was held^iri'tbe, Council Chambers at the Totfm Hall yesterday afternoon, immediately after the conclusion of, the business; of the P. and A. Committee.'' Prn'si ent: The*Mayor (Aid. Rabbets), Mrs. Metcalfe. Messrs T. A. Tester, K,, 0. Breden, C. M. Western, W.. «T. Millard, C. Crouch. It. H. Thacker ay and A. S. Wickham. Apologies were received from Mr. f\ H. Tout and* several members of the committee for non-attendance. The Mayor, who presided, express c*d regret., that the full committee were not present. The whole of the members had been given due notice of the meeting. Mr. Wickham wa* unanimously ap pointed seeretarv to the forthcoming entertainments in aid of the mem orial funds. The date fixed at a previous meet ing for the holding of an entertain ment (January 20) was rescinded on the motion of Mr. Crouch, seconded by Mrs. Metcalfe. Mr. Breden at the chairman's re filled. read ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
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REDUCED CABLE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
REDUCED CABLE RATES. The rates for .sending (Jtirlstmas nntl New Year Kreetin«s by cable' to the Uniteil Kingdom and Canada, via the I'Rcifu-. have been reduced na. follows:-To thd United Kingdom, 7id per word, with a minimum rh'arge'of 0/8. To Canada, thu rate i.j n"r word, with a' minimum of ?!/!>.. The. prefix to be used nnd lifttt'cil as' the fiwt chargeable word in Ul* address is for "Christmas' (iroetinsrs" and for "Xe*v \ear Ciroot iiim." The dntos of .lodgment lire December 22iuF' atod '2pth; respect ively. .
Fires Near Railway Lines. A LOCAL CASE.—MR. LOUGHLIN WANTS IT MADE A TEST CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
Fires Near Railway Lines. A LOCAL CASH.-MR. LOUGHLIN WANTS IT MADE A TEST CASE. hi the L&lt;;:i*l;:fire Assembly, Mr. 3'. fl'\ Loughlin, 'M.Jj.A., spoke al length on a matter which lias brought a great, deal of loss to the people in coantry-di.stiictii living alongside r«*ii way lines. in the summer time, when the grass is ripe and the crops are dry, iirojt frequently start lu the paddocks uhmgsidu the railway. 'Mr. Loughlin told the House he was inclined to think that the depart jnont U too much inclined to attempt to evade lis responsibilities in regard to the origin of these lires. "I have a easo boi'ore me where a Mr. Griihn ol* Mogon^ong, near Cre/ifcM, lost crops to the value of several hundred pounds owing to a tire which, beyond aJi reasonable doubt, was caused by a . passing locomotive. 'He submitt ed statements and brought forward witnesses which indicated beyond a shadow o£:u.doubt to any reasonable man that,-, the aire was caused by spark? .from a passing locomot...
P. AND A. HALL. Question of Disposal. COMMITTEEMEN'S OPINIONS DIVIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
AND A.' HALL. Question of Disposal. COMMITTEEMEN'S OPINIONS DIVIDED. -U yesterday's P. and A. commit tee meeting, the ciiuinnair referred to the proposal to sell the' 1\ and A. Hall properly. Mr. 'Millard said that the hall was not suitable 1'or holding the uilnual I', unit A. smohc social. .Ha moved that a sub-committee be appointed to go thoroughly into' tlio matter awl furnish a report to the next general meeting of the committee. Mr.'.C. Western seconded the motion. ; 'Mr. \V. J. Hills said he was oppos ed to the disposing of the liall. The committee required it for their meet ings. It was their own and was al ways available to them. He moved an amendment that the question'of selling the hitl! ha not entertained, which was seconded liy Jit'. .T. Dwyer. Mr. Ciouch said the matter was one of very great Importance, and it would be a good idea to allow mem bers plenty of time to. consider the .Ideation, and it could then be (ii.s i'tiss!!'.l at the next meeting. He could remember wh...
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
TO-DAY'S MEWS IN BRIEF. i . ?: ? . !, ? More showers fell at Yoiuu' his I night. I " I ,At Finlevnn immigrant worlimai .! at'McAlistor's farm was thrown frw. i a horse and had his log'-fracturcd. '... Helen Bishop who fell over »l« j,Gap on Tucsda" will leave the h» pital tomorrow; At Tareo'Ralph Diamond, out f"i (he first time on a new motor e.vi-1 i he had .lust 'purchaae'd. loiit com.""' I cf thn, machine and collided with r. . eelem-aph post. His right leg v.'iu j.fraecured'near the thifrh. I . Miss. IVIyrtle A.' Crowe ' and Mr. . Frederick'H. Rees were married i;l I'.Oobtamundra yesterday. .'.tfhic- lato.. Wiiliam Thomas MR'/* iold, a well known grazier in A *' ' corift, left an estate valued at £25!'. I S82sterlini*.r The N. S. Wales per | lion of the estate *\vas sworn at Mtv 1-155. : The icath occurred in the Gumlji sai-hospitaj of Mr. W. C. Kdwaru-s an , ex-councillor. While driving through Tjurabaiidra Soldiers' Settle ment his horse shied and'overturned the vehicle; , Mr....
PARENTS AND CITIZEN'S SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
PARENTS AND CITIZEN'S SOCIAL I' Mrs McCarron. who is in charge of th" arrangement." in connection j I with the euchre party and social, to be held under the auspices of the Parents and Citizen's Association on Wednesday nip;ht next, 21st instant, is sparine no effort towards malc iiiK the evenine a most entertaining, and enjoyable one. There will'be . eicht prizes for the euchre players, whilst, the dancers are also being catered for in the way of a specially prepared floor and first-class music. Another special feature will be, the refreshments which will be unsur passable 'both as regards quantity and quality. Tickets are selling rapid I iy, and a. record attendance is antici pated.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
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"WALTER" AND HIS DUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
"WALTER" AND HIS DUCKS. ?Mr. H. Young, l'uuiiiiaiiy known as "Walter," will pay another Visit to the town ' to-morrow with his fa mous ducks, lie will be located at "the old stand" at the intersection oC Burrown and Main streets. Tlio popu larity oi ' (luck-ringing" becomesinore pronounced on each occasion that. "Whiter" brings them along, so that it is anticipated that as a result of to-morrow's visit the Sacred Heart j Hospital funds will be materially, benefited. Also, us on former oc casions, there will be an unlimited supply of chocolate prizes for Ute successful duck-ringers, of . whom Young can count a very large num ber amongst the population. This pastime is regarded as being ampngyi the most fascinating and intereaiiiff games-it is a game of skill-Intro duced to Australia in recent years.
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
NEW SERIAL STORY. THE SEEKER. By OLIVER WADSLEY. Author of "Tlio F!am«," "Reality" etc.' Ho Stopped, staring nt Richard. "It absolutely baffles mo," he added nt last. "1 won't be baffled," Richard said between his teeth. "Tills is my show. Everyone here Is, In a sense, under my protection. :For mo to leel that a young girl has been lost like tills Is unbearable. Look here, Sir lRupert, will you take the whola party back-camel-drivers and all and -I'll start from here now on my own beast and scour round?" Sir Rupert, his face heavy with anxiety, gave a short sigh and'nodd ed. "It'H not your responsibility, my dear chap," he said "It's mine en tirely. God knows what I shall say to the girl's sister it anything has really happened. Savlle and the other men will stay and search with you, under yoar directions, and di rectly wo reach home I shall tele plioue to the mounted police to turn out. !Fear does more to ensure safe handling than ever backsheesh, in my opinion, and I've known the ...
P. & A. SOCIETY. Railway Department Refunds Guarantee. MANY MATTERS DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
P. & A. SOCIETY. | ' i Railway Department Refunds Guarantee. "V - MANY MATTERS DISCUSSED. The following members of the P. and A. Committee were present at yesterday afternoon's meeting: - .\lessr.s. .John Forsythe (President), C. Crichton, S. Taylor, W. J. Hills, o. B. Drown. II. G. M. lhaekeray, W. II. Daly, C. H. Boyd, W. .J. Millard, C. M. Western, A. IJolger, D. Davidson, H: McGregor, .J. Black wood, J. X. Dwyor, J. A. Garry and T. A. Tester (secretary). Ap ologies were received from Messrs K. If. Tout, 11, Taylor. R. S. Laxen for unavoidable absence. The Country Production Week Committee (Sydney; wrote request ing that if possible, a display of lo cally grown produce be sent down for the annual exhibition in the city >hof> windows in February. The chairman said that the window displays of country produce were a distinct advantage to the country towns represented and attracted such interest in the city that the thor oughfares were blocked daily in or der to view th...
INTERESTING DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
INTERESTING DEBATE. h All interesting debate was held hist I n(ghl in the ;R and A. 'Hall on the snort subject between teams rojire aentiiiR the Cr.U. Oddfellows and tile Hibernians. There were four speak ers on eilher side, eaeh of whom stat ed lila ease in a lucid and concise manner. IMr. '1-. Martin, the nil judlcator, decided by 10 points in fa vor of tile Hibernians, who look the ttfllnnatire. The subject lor debate was: "Is the Australian too much ad dicted to sport?" '
A CITY CONCERT IN A COUNTRY TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
A CITY CONCERT IN A COUNTRY TOWN; ? Through co-operation witli.comnilt tees in this towns of Yitss',. Goulburn, Greufell and.iMurrumburrah.vwe' again have the opportunity of hearing a city programme in' this toivn. TJio artists are all specially chosen, "and have been engaged as far as' twelve months ahead. It may well be ques tioned If the Sydney Town Hall audi ences ever hear a better combination of talented artists than will be heard at the Strand Theatre, Young; on Friday, 23rd November. Ad C'ree, as . a character comedian, is or course In n class by himself In Australia; many who hind heard both, prefer him to Hairy iLauder.' IMiss Phyllis Hazel has a pure contralto voice of wonder ful range and sweet; Dame Clara .Itutt strongly advised her to go (o .London, where'her future iu the musi cal world would'lie assured; Sydney a ml .Melbourne have acclaimed lier as the coming Australian nightingale. Nellie McCartney, as a student Dian iste. haa had the distinction of win ning over M...
CURRENT NEWS. Our Soldiers' Memorial [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
CIJKBENT NEWS. I Our. Soldiers! Memorial As will be noted in our report of the Memorial Committee's meeting in tha current issue ? " of the Dail> Witness, it has been definitely de cided to . hold a carnival in March next, extend in"- over live days, where biy it is hoped that "the necessary funds will be rised for the puniose - Of liouidarin» all-liaDilitni!Sv*jJ! . con-' tH? ViJun)? ' Soldiers Memorial. An excellent all round pnitrr,of sports entertainments, and social functions is to be arran ged by a stii"""- sub-committee, who, with Mr. A. S. Wickham, hon. sec retary will leav« nothing undone to wards making the carnival a record success financially, as weir as in oth er directions. The new Memorial Tower erected in honor of and to I'ommemrthe /rallant soldiers of this district who sacrificedi their'liv es in maintaining our liberty and freedom against the forces of Prus sianism. is certainly something of which the community may feel very proud, but the full' measure of sati...
CONCERT AND DANCE AT KINGSVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923
CONCERT AND DANCE AT KINGSVALE. On Friday, '23rd inst., a benefit concert and dance, in aid of Air. C. Wh'ybrow (whose house was recently accidentally destroyed by fire) will be held in. the* Kingsvale Memorial/ hall.* "Artists from Murrumburrah,' Harden and .Young will assist. As j the cause is a deserving one, it is to hoped there will be a large attend ance of the public.