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LABOR'S CLEAN UP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

LABOR'S CLEAN UP. "The clean up in the Labor move ment has been completed by the ex clusion of tho Communists from the movement. Throughout the State the Labor Party is getting back its old reputation as a fiprlitinpf force. In Parliament it has the Government worried, and even up on the North Coast and in the Kivorinn, Labor speakers are meeting enthusiastic crowdsJ" "It is probable that the (Progress ives will try to simulate an indepen dence by making trouble for the Government during the last session. But nothing they can do then will cause their servile following of the Fuller Government now to be for gotten. Labor will be ready when the time comes for an appeal to the people, be it this year or next."

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUP DAY ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

CUP DAY ACCEPTANCES. Cup {Hurule Hace, 2 miles CI p.m.'): --Fiaviol 11.5, Carriole 11.0, Jackstaff MM), Kikori 10.5, Tamuil 10.3. Ar cady 10.2, Pistolater fl.l. ' ? IRlailway IHighweight Handicap, 6 Curs. (1.40)Pteropod" 10.11, All Gold Chatelaine 10.4, Blue /Cross 'MO, At tadale 9.0', Farr 9.5, Sido'nia 9.4, 'Wir rahli 9.3, Lysnnias 9.0, Moneth 8.16, Gold Shrine 8.-10; Sfaarikl 8.9, vFlorene 8.8, Norse Song 8.8,. Jack Horonda 8.7, Ayriand 8.6, .Fury 8.1, Yalkin -8.0, ' Kingmaker 8.0, Constantinsco 8.0, Murrunniill 8.0. * .. November -Nursery,,o furs. (2.40)i Flying Wynne 9.2, Martock 8.6, Chou ette 8.5, Bright Poppy 8-5, Prudenti ally 8.4, 'Plying . Princess 8.3, Kan chani I8;3, Mytilinj 8.2, Queen of Flor en»* 8.2, Polly ailne 8.2, KJrinello 8.1, Spanish Maid ;8.1, Cyklonette 7.12, County Kerry 7.1/1, (Kulannah 7.10, Moorette 7.8. ( , ,... Melbourne C,up, of 10,000 sovs., 2 miles,: (3.30)-:-David .9.10, Harvest .King 9.5, Purser 9.'2,;Slare fl.2; 'King Irigoda ,9.2, Itivoli 9.1, R...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SERIAL STORY. (Our readers are informed that all characters in this story are purely imaginary, and if the name of any living person happens to be mentioned no personal reflection is intended). THE SEEKER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

IINEW SERIAL STORY. ' (Our readers aro Inrorinoil tliat nli characters in tills story aro lniroly ImaBluary. a"'1 lf 1,10 i|:»nc ofany jiv iug p.'inon happens lo lin niciitinunil no personal reflection is intended). j THE SEEKER. 1UI > By OLIVER V/ADSLEY. Author of "Tho KkimcV' "Kwilily" etc. It was a lull iliiy, anil l>>' the time the train reached 'L.vims everyone was exhausted. A faint lire:'/!' had sprung up, ami llio llltle parly got out on to till- platform. "I couldn't c.'it thai bmiHtiy 1 i':iIn .liniier," U-ady 'I'm. .mid petulantly. "All Unit grease ami the hoi j»jn]i)u. 1'gh!" A hoy passed with ;t tray of tall glasses and hollies of red wine. 'liit'Ii ard bought solan wlno ami poured it out for Lady Put. "Allgcl hoy." sin; saiii with a grate fill smile, (iml tln'.v sauntered together to tho far mill nf tin; lilatrnrin. "What made yna so ohstlnulc aliout coming; to-day?" stir> asked iifm sud denly. "And what did the gendarme want you lor?" illchnrd iMinsitlcvoi...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUP RIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

,CUP RIDERS. MBLIBOUHNE, This Day.-Tho fol lowing is a revised list of tho jockeys for the'Cup: .Dayld-Toolioy. .Harvest King-Lewis. . Stake-il'lke. Purser-Cairns. - King Ingoda-(Duncan. Rivoli-Munro. ' .Rapine-Heed. Backwood-Jones. The Cypher-(Harrison. ?Fred Power-Wood. ??.. Sister Olive-O'Sullivan. IHeir Apparent-Unlikely starter. Yacamunda-(Leonard.. Comlaue-IDempsey. Mlrthmaker-Garrard. Comptroller-SulUvun. (Bitalll-Wilson. . IHappy Queen-Eaton. Parntoo-Lewis. Frances Tressady-Daniels. Valwynner-Harrls. - King of Mirth-Hynes. Accarak-Qneally. Drougo-Simmons. Slirapnel-Unlikely Btarter. PenRhurat-Tlolfo. No jockeys have yet boon selected for some of the horses. . Either V. 'Ltvy or E.!0'Sulllvan -will tide Englefield In the Cup. J. Dan iels will probably.be on Harvest King. MAY BE POSTPONED. .'.MHIjIJO UR'N"Kr This ,Day.-The com mittee of the V.'RJC. Is holding a meet: tng to-day to consider whether to postpone the Cup meeting because of the police strike.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTS GROUND. What the Cyclists Think of it. SOME CANDID CRITICISM. TRAINING HORSES ON THE CYCLING TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

;POETS GROUND. What the Cyclists Think of it. , SQME CANDID CRITICISM. T!tA!.\'I.\V, MOHKKS ON' Tilt: CYCLING TI'.ACK. The Youii'f Cricket C?rodnd, whicl is thy town's only tiporl*; ground, nno in for sever criticism on Fri day ni"ht at a incblin;? ol' the ey club. It was decided to n.-k the Miui' ein;d Council to exercise more kuj> t'l'vfcioii over the ground. '?It is no'; much use the cyclists iniMin?- the trark in order it the horse owners are j:oin;r to be allow ed to train their trotlrrs on it." "The Council pay.: 10/ a week to a caretaker to look after the ground. What (iocs the Council .^el in turn for the outlay? "The main entrance ;*ato of the ground is unsuitable. Only one person can };et in and out at a time, and there i:t always an mneeiiily eru/h to ;;et out of the ground after the Fnorts are 'jver. The Council i .d'ould at lea-l. provide a decent /rate." Th-* lavatory conveniences, espec ially for ladies, are the v.Mi'st in Uk* Stale. The rem-nil of the building i.'...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR LETTER BAG. (To the Editor). DISASTROUS EFFECT OF SYDNEY HARBOR BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

OUB LETTER BAG. (To Hit* Uditor). DISASTROUS EFFECT OF SYDNEY HARBOR BRIDGE. 'Sir.-i am desirous of bringing un der notieo of thn eouutry press o£ Nov.' South Wales thn disastrous of font th:;t the carrying out of this pro position will moan to the property owners throughout lho -Slaio. , The approximate t-xiimnlo of £<>,<MK>,f)00 for lho work is certain to Iks largolv «x ceeded, probably .'J.S.000,000 will bo nearer tho mark. U* we put down £I,000,000 for resumptions and com pensations, another £1,000,000 for for cing now streets and erecting build ings to bo demolished; &VjQ,00Q lor stow railway line:-, tunnels and sta tion!:; nay £",QQ0,f)tK) for oily under ground railways;* another .13300,000 for temporary shipping accommodation, wo v/il! probably bo nndor lho total co-f. of this work. It. mod not sur prise tnxpuyors Unit t!v<> round totivl of Zil".,000,000 or eifi.000,001) in requir ed fo eompiele (ho Sydney ?Iarbor ;Bridge and ...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF MR. J. BARNES. WELL KNOWN DISTRICT RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

DEATH OF ME. J. BARNES. WELL KNOWN DISTRICT RE SIDENT. Tho doalh of Mr. James Barnes, ,a«cd 58 took place at Harden on Fridnv an a result of pneumonia and heart trouble. Deceased was well kno^ in the Young-Harden dis trict having lived about here all his life. He was keenly interested in mining, and was ope of the party of pvosnee.tors who found the reef near Harden which was most profit ably worked by the Harden^ Gold Minion* Company. He was in the early days-mining at Lambing Flat and Temora fields. In later years he hns been connected with some tm "shows" near Tumut. . For a nuin bor of years ho was following farm ing and' grasing pursuits owning land near Nubba and Harden. Deceas ed had only been ill about 10 days, tt. i -"0R a'widow and grown up fam ily of three sons and three daugh ters. For several years the sons were farming near Montengle.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SNAKES AND CENTIPEDES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

SNAKES AND'CENTIPEDES. A larflo death-adder was killed a few* nights ago In olio of the main streets of Narrabri while it was lylnu In ilio dust. Two lurse black analces woro also killed by residents, anil one man despatched no fewer than 14 centipedes in 10 minutes.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR BUS CRASHES. WOMAN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

. MOTOR BUS CRASHES. WOMAN INJURED 'SVDNftW This (Day.-A motor bus crashed . into a telegraph post in (Orange street, 5landwicK, last night. The bus was wrecked beyond repair. One woman' named 'Edith Stewart (21) was slightly injured.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Proper Hypocrites." Politicians Who Prohibit Raffles. AND BET ON THE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

"Proper Hypocrites." Politicians Who Prohibit Raffles. AND BET ON THE CUP. SYDX1DY, This Day.-Archbishop .Kelly, speaking yesterday, said: "Our politicians go to Melbourne and bet on the Cup. Then they come home and prohibit l'aftles. Peo ple of this kind are 'proper hypo crites'."

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIDESPREAD FALL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

WIDESPREAD' PAUL'S. STONIBY', JThis . Day.-Welcome rain tell "dver most of the State.dur inp ilte week-end. The Central West received- over two inches. -pin borra Tcporled 238 points, (Parkes 24o. Good rulu was falling in Sydney this morning." The north .was the-only lirirt to escape the'rain. 'The latest forecast -to-day says: Cloudy arid-unsettled, with rain,In the cistern l»urts, . fresh : ,to southerly wiljds; ' *

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. FURTHER HEAVY RAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

THE WEATHER. . FURTHER HEAVY RAINS. After a warm day on Saturday, tho weather continued fine and rath er' sultry till- noon on Sunday.whcn tho sky become overcast. .About J p.ni. 'dark, -cloud.'banks. - rolled up from-the northwest,, accompanied by thunder peals and -vivid lightning, l which criminated in 'a 'heavy ram I stom about '5;30 * o'clock. . Steady rain continued through the mgnt andj resulted in 102 points being register ad at the local post office ht 9 .o clock | this.morning.'.. . . \

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROADCASTING. WARNING TO AMATUERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

j BROADCASTING . 1 1 ????' * ,+ r' ' ? ' , EARNING TO AMXTUERS. SYDNEY, Mondny.-Persons buying wireless rucoivinc - seta .'.JSJWA-.SP?-1 thit' tlie anpiil'iltli'a is scalea tct the wave length of tlio broad-castma ser vice it is intended'to secure, and 10/ licenses are imperative with the uo\ -1 eminent.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Man's Awful Death. Dived Into An Engine Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

Man's Awful Death. Dived Into An Engine Fire. ! BRISBANE, This Day.-A Bowen (Q.) message states that a manen tercd-'the locomotive yard, and nay ih'ff divested hirtiself of his clothing. ! dived;head first into the fire-box-of u locomotive nnd was charred .to dentji before the eyes of the enjnnc i men; who^triod to mm. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSES AND CARNATIONS. SUCCESSFUL SLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

ROSES Af\!D CARNATIONS. SUCCESSFUL .SLOWER SHOW. (!!.v the Miirronifoiirrali IteprcsnntM Uvc «f Hie '/Daily Witness") The annual flower show uml indus trial exhibition iti aid of the Mecha nics' Institute was hold on 3'riday and Saturday last. The hailstorm that fttwek the lmv;i ear)y hi Die week, 'caused serious damafie to many of tin; gardens,'but dc-'pite this Die exhibits in the flower sections were f ilrly numerous. The outstanding exhibits were the carnations and light cilorcd roses. The other bloom* wore fair. Mr. P. .iifchartisnn was ihn biggest ami most suecessrul ex hibitor; his display ol' carnation'} was most b;>auti£ui and worthy of iiicUixitm in any aUow. The award?; were: CIJT WLOiW.KJtS. Hoses:-Champion rose, ".Mrs. IT. Stevens/' exhibited by .'Airs. Dawson: *j ro:?es. j.Mrs. A. \C. /^aiTUlUevs*, f» light rason, P. Uiehardson; t] dark roses,' P. "Ufeiuirdfioii; '5 light, roses, P. -itieh ardson;* d;irj; roses, 'P. 'Richardson: chdnipion light rose. Mrs. A. ;I2. Ca...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

ENGAGEMENT. The engagement is announced of   Miss Nancy Browne, youngest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Browne of Memagong, Young, to Major Eric Campbell, D.S.O., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Campbell, of Manly, and Young.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KINGSVALE. WEDDING. LOBB—RUMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

KINGSVALE. (From our correspondent). WEDDING. LOBB-RUMBLE. On Monday evening Iast the friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rumble, of Kingsvale, were entertained at a social in the Memorial hall which was beautifully decorated for the occasion, and fully 60 guests were present and many were unable to attend owing to the weather. The happy bride received the best wish- es of all and a very large number of beautiful and useful presents. Dan- cing was indulged in until supper when a very sumptuous repast was served and the usual toasts honored amongst which was that of 'The Bride and Bridegroom" proposed by Mr Chapple and very humorously responded to by Mr. Lobb. The parents of the bride was proposed by Mr. Josephson who expressed the sterling qualities of both Mr. and Mrs. Rumble, and Mr. Rumble ably responded. The happy couple will reside at Murrumburrah THE WEATHER.     Verv good rain fell here last week and nearly two inches were record- ed. On Monday evening a heav...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. MRS. ARTHUR PHILLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

OBITUARY, MRS. ARTHUR PHILIPS News was received at Young today of the death, at the Coast Hospital, Sydney, yesterday, of Mrs. Gladys Phillips. the young wife of Mr. Arthur Phillips. until recently of Young.   The cause of death was rheumatic fever. Deceased who was 25 years of age was the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Law, was a na tive of Young, and lived here until quite recently. She leaves a hus band and three little children, for whom the greatest sympathy will be expressed. The burial took place in Sydney today.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL OF ARTS. MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

; SCHOOL OF ARTS. MONTHLY COMMITTEE         MEEETING (J.     The monthly meeting of the Com mittee of the Young School of Arts was held on Friday night last, the President (Mr . V. Gaston) prcsiding At the conclusion of the formal business, the chairman, in referring to the finances of the Institution, said that same were in a most sat isfactory state. The financial year had commenced ,with a debit balance   of £1 5s. Since then the sum of £212 had been expended. of which only £68 was owing. The usual monthly accounts were presented, and duly passed for pay ment.   It was pointed out that the snook er tournament which had been de cided upon some time back, by the Billiard Committee, was now draw ing to a conclusion. The tourna ment proved highly popular and at tracted 35 players', of whom Mr. A. J. Rabbcts was at present well in the lead.     &nbs...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. "THE DAILY WITNESS." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 5 November 1923

1 CURRENT NEWS. (THE DAILY WITNESS." To-day "The Daily Witness" is published for the first time. The march of progress, which cannot be stayed, has established a need for a daily paper. Just as Young's in- stitutions' have outgrown themselves in the last decade; so it is in the newspaper world. The proprietors of the paper found, that the business people of this and other centres were making such Inroads into the ad- vertising columns that expansion was the only means of solving the pro- blem. So it has come about that, after a most successful run first as a twice-weekly, and for several years as a three times a week paper, "The Witness" will in future be published every afternoon, except Saturdays, Sundays and National holidays. Rea- ders will be given the very latest and most complete news service-tele- graphic. cable, and, later on wireless -that it is possible for any country paper to give. The objective of the paper will remain the same as it has always been, viz., to advance t...

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