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Limiting Output. Stoppages on Coal Fields. THREE MORE MINES IDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

.: ."-!..; J Stoppages on Coa| Fields THREE MOPJG :MIPJES'IDLE-* Three more coal .nuncs:wcm^idlaWwVi? yqfitordav; J hiit-o . . . . a re . -.now.....!4Sq&fcffi . miners idle. JLho mine owney^suyviu^'. t)mt the. ^ojiiMou..!f>.nKUm, bocommfr^/.i* intolevublo, and have rv/nrnctl niinoirf olTicinlfj that> ; tho stoppa^eM^?^1' .inust' cease otherwise definite: action^ w will be taken to apply tiui jomedy .v/tvu 1 he-owners consider s the objeqt of J <i the nnnters is to-limit .the output: \ , At,Tonterfield.; ths lR-monthB'oM' * ^ child:, of Mr.; and. Mra. \V.. Moylrin ?.' Lecunic ;>vas kiitoud oti 'thcMiuad S by n hnrso nnd .killod.' Tho lioiso l. ua? foedinpf just out.sulc -the homo. ^ i.* end the little: RU'l. toddled . i ut And * > ftarted ulayinfr with the liorsos tai1v4ft X he animal, uauallv very quiet, flin-sV't c h ea. nniIbio u £ h t his hoof down ^ the. duldls head.. . >. .. .

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSH CUP. MURRUMBURRAH AND BURROWA ELIMINATED.—WHY? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

BUSH CUP. MURRUMBURRAH AND. BURROWA " BUIMINATED.-r-W.HY7 . ?Tho. Giiiou'g iCiielset' Club ltua tor .warded copy of too .rulw.^ "Duali" iCup to the local becrotai>. 'Tljo^cul) la to;Uo phiyed for on,3atuj daj-3, itmrlu oimu to cluUa-wlUiln *0. ifillorf: of .Giilong, witli tlio..oxception ot; ttui first' griuloi clubu.- ot ^Iurnini* burrah uinl IJoorowa, 'f '"''1®; T recbfinlscd/'flrst grado^ players o:?.hesa clubs' canVliliiy .vrttU-any otoot ctob ?Hut r«hafH t worrying: too. lpcal .birv' is( <vli«?".is 'KolaE to BWto'.J?® M>laVera1? ~(Our Mimumbumm .uoi-1 'respondent J."

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£50 FOR A RACE. Donated to Murrumburrah Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

£50 FOR A RAdiE. Donated: to .Murrumburrah ; Turf'Clu&r A meeting of the committue. o£ the I Murrumburrali Turf Club was lield in the. School of'Arts, last ovening.: Mr. G. Anderson-'(presidont) wSs in tlio chair, and-there'were present Messrs G. Jt SeiwolV, m Arthui-, \V. C. V niid IR. X, Simpsoiii J: E. Gordon, M:' -McJlalion, S. 'W. Worner, G'. 'Peterson and the:secretary;vMr.-\P. OIBrien.' A vote of sympathy was passed 10. the'widow,, and, family of tlio late 'Mr. 'Jiimos Barnes.*' ' ' ?? ' ' . Accounts, amounting- to iu/l'l/S were passed for'paynient. . ? Nowriilea, ami regulations, ivliluu -were-'.drawn'? up^!by,';a sub-committu': consisting';of Messrs 'Warner, AV- C. IC, Simpson and' OIBrlen, wero 'sub mitted to, the meeting tor approval, and-over two hours were taken up In perusing, same. A tow minor, altera tions.'wiSre^ made, and' .it'-ivasi. pro Pdse'd Siiina bo' reeefved and submit-" ted to ai general mbetinjj-or. members for adoption. ' Owing' to the late ness o...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOVERNMENT DEFEATED. ON A CATCH VOTE. ALL NIGHT SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

GOVERNMENT DE FEATED. ON. A CATCH VOTE. ALL NIGHT SITTING. After ah all niprht sitting the Gov ernment \Vas defeated at half past five this morninc on the question that leave be Riven to,the Commit-, teeof \V11y3 and.Mcansitosit again. The Government'was defeated on a" catch division by 32 to 31. '' ' * ' . " The Premier said afterwards that he did not regard the matter as of importancer but Mr. Lang compell ed, him to make n statement, wherein he stated that the system of respon sible Gpvci'nmen'' was not eohifif to he thrown to the winds in this mat ter. Mr. Bruxner rose and was greet ed with. ironical cheers and shouts of' "The New header." lie ex plained that the practice of'trying to anrak through the estimates in the early hours of the morning would not meet with the approval of his Party. Mr. Bruxner explained fur ther that members were olten at a j loss to know what tliey were voting ! for. ,j ; | Mr. Perdriau voted with the Lab- j our Party and the Government was , defeated...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAIN ROADS. NO BILL THIS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

J,AIM ROADS. NO BILL THis> YEAR. It is regarded In official circles tliat. UicreislIUlc liopo oL the Government ttoiiig oh with t he tMaiu Hloads .Bill this session: : ' ' " '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAY ROLL 8 MILLIONS. AUSTRALIA'S GREAT ARMY OF CIVIL SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

PAY ROLL 8 MILLIONS-. AUSTRALIA'S GREAT A«MY OF CIVIL SERVANTS. ' i Tb'fl Federal . public sei'vice now numbers ;il,520 . iiorsons wlioae pay roll.is S millions.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANTERBURY PARK TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

CANTERBURY PARK TIPS; > Flyiivr Handicap (1'2.45*' p.m.); Jim Murillo-1. Myosotis 2, Blackman Si'd. Nursery. Handicap, , 1st-division (1.25 p.m.): "Walleridoon l; Bay Lily 2, Remembrancers. . Second 'division "'(2 p.in.)Mous quetaire I. Currah 2,''Stainless Steel 3rd. ;''': IPark Stakes, - 2.35 p.m.):-Cool Chap 1; Rosilla 2. Trump 3rd. Three-year-old Maidoli, 1st divis ion (3.10 p.ni.)- Joan Clare 1, Au to ncl 2. Lord Mayo 3. Second div ision (Ii.15):--Tren.court 1, Palm Beach 2, Tini'le 3. . Canterbury Parii liaridicap. (4.20 p.m.)-Sandbee 1, Impeyan 2, Dora Glen 3 . 1 i Welter Handicap (1.55 p.m.) - Tuckbridge l;;Bown:t 2, Murky Night

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE ELECTIONS. CANDIDATE FOR GOULBURN SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

STATE- ?E|7ECT|0|\1S. CAJS oil D^T£,^FCIR ? GOU LBURfJ It Is nimimncBil 'that, Air. Tom ia vejlu,: whor was' tiio (lofcutcut: eantli* dale I'ur-Calurn at tiio lust FocloWil <4 ccllonH, is candidate for the Uoulburil H6ut at- next State'flleutlotf. ry;v

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SEAPLANE'S FEAT. AVERAGE SPEED OF 80 MILES AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

A SEAPLANE'S, FEAT. AVERAGE ' SPEED OF 80 Mii.ES . AN . HOUR. ' A nuvni 3uaiiluue wiilcli leftiMoI-' bournoatvS li.'ln. v 'yoateraiiy reached: Sydney at, 3'iii'Hie 'nttornoon.'< £ The average Blieed was-80 miles au hour.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROMINENT RACING MAN. DEATH ANNOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

PROMINENT. RACING MAN. DEATH " ANNOUNCED, y ? * . * . Tlio ileatli occurred yesterday o£ IMr. Abel tflyild, si: liromlnorit racing, mail,, and' chairman. o£,the A-J. stewurds. '? . ??? " '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIAN POLICE. MANY APPLICANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

VICTORIAN POLICE. MANY APPLICANTS. ?There Is no ' luck of- applications for the 'Melbourne-police forcej. but the,. Government1 Is in a -quandary, .about the remuneration, which will be J greater than before the strike.-;''

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMITTEE ACTIVE. MURRUMEURRAH SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

COMMITTEE ACTIVE. MURRUMEURRAH SCHOOL OF ARTS. The monthly meeting of the School .of Art:* w.ia held on Tuesday last. I Mr. A. W. Paige (Vice-President) (iccunicd the chair. Present: Messrs P. O'Brien, Vie Smith, L. G. Ar thur. W. J. Stokes. M. .1. Bond, ,/. I). Matthews, A. Arguimbnu (hon. secretary). The treasurer's state ment idiowcd the receipts for the month tts £10 4/1: expenses £20 Is. Kxprnses over receipt# 1(1/11 ;| credit'in bank {)/'.?. Account*.1 jamoantin'c to I'll ii/10 pere passed for payment. A vote of sympathy was extended to Mr. L. M. Lazzarini in the loss of his mother. Messrs. A. \V. Paige, J.,0. Mat [ hews. Dr. ft. D. Heggarton with 1 Mr. Paige an secretary were appoin ted a .sub-committee to confer with committers from the , Harden Mech anics Institute nrici/Sfummiburrah P. A. afid I Association relative to, conducting a Queen Competition to raise funds for thane Institutes. Ihe seeretnr" informed the meet ing that £10 wnrili of new .pooics had boon MUICHI to t...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ILLNESS OF SIR JAS. BARBIE, Bart. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

I ILLNESS OF-SIR JAS.'BARBIE, Bart. I rlfiiiONJJOX -..;j?«nr.vlS.:TTTbe- nubile word much concerned a' "J.1'0/* 'bCv-SIr Juntos'. liarHe.'s ? illness, but It ?Is'ihjm' stnliifl ;liiM" illllOBS is lint as ' gcrimis its ni (list. reiiortoil, lie. is .TflCiiiieraliiig alter an a^ai 01 "lnosi c:<liaustinssnatUi'C. ~

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KRUPPS' DIRECTORS. RELEASED. COAL DELIVERIES RESUMED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

IOIUPPS,' DIRECTORS. RELEASED. COAL DELIVERIES RESUMED; 'LONDON*, vNo£''1'4.-C'lleuter).-A] .Berlin' mossiigo miya'tUut von Krupp and lil« co-directors Have IJUCU . I»fp vistoimlly reloiiaeil, liretiumulily "in consonuence of tllo agreement lor the resumption of coal deliveries lroni tiio icnipi) miuefi.i;; i-? . '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BINALONG WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

BINALONG WEIGHTS. Weights for the Bmalong Grass Eater's' Race mcetins:, to bo held on Wednesday, 21st:-. Glencarry Welcome - Dalmire, Kooba Boy, Jack Findlcy, Haberfleld, 3m>wfl«kc, Fiyinp- l''urloy,. Bolus, Bzura. Matron, J0.12 each; Canberra Kate 10.10: Lndv Lora 10.0. . Maiden Plate.-Brookvale,' Hich Lar, Kine's Sword. Mount Merv, Es sex. Glcnbec 10.12 each, Molly, The Crown. Floss, 10.10 each; Lady Glen wood,- Lady Lora 10.'J each. Beechwood Pony . Race.-^Steele Erin 10.12; Maytime, Lady Wibley, lady Wanga. Annie Laurie - 10.10 each. . i The Cub.-Brookvale, Kooba Boy, Dalmire, Jack Findlcy, Haberfleld, Kind's Sword, Bzura,' Ebi, Martron, Gulhaven 10.12 cach. The Crown, Floss 10.10.each: Liidy Lorn 10.y. Trio! Stakes:- Kooba Boy, Dal mire, Ilitrhlmr, Eolus.-King's: Sword, Mollr. Bzura.. Glen Bee, Ebi, Gal haven 10.12 each* Canberra Kate, Snowflnk". The Crown, Floss 10.10 each: Lady Glenwood, Lady, Lora, 10.9 each. Irri\vilb"n Ponv Race.-'Steel Erin 10.12, Maytime. Lady Wibley,...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. COOOAMUNPRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

SPORTING. THE TURF. COOOAMUNPRA RACES. The Sprinc Meeting-: of the Coota mundra Turf , Club was concluded yeslcrdav. Results: 'Trustees Handicap." G fur.'-Lunar Hose 7.13 (McNamara),- l;'Valfyfe, 0.2 (Simmon) 2. . Only starters. Won by a neck. 3 ' to 1 winner. Time 1.162. ' . Hiprhweicht Handicap, 7 fur. - ?Flyin'K ;Phast,. 9.0 (Simson), 1; Bar oness Beaumont. 8.10 (Hyland), 2; Biittanette, 8.0 (Willis) 3. Other starters were Dullfeather, Dain, anil Stroio-htstitch. Won ? by 3 lengths, nt fi74 oh. Time 1.31. ; Second Trial, Handicap, 5 fur* - Viliiers' Siddons. 8.2 (Geefsan) 1; Lady Barrcnfield. 7.0 (McNamara), 2: Glorv Li^'ht, 7.0 (Willis) 3. Other startfirs were Berosus, Royal Feather Bindarec. Won by a length at U/i on.' Time 1.43. > Spring Handicap. '1 mile.-Good Taste. 7.8 (McNamara). I; QutieiT Rufus 8.7 (Hyland), 2; Little Morna 9.U (Kcir) 3. Woi: by half length at 0/-1 on. Time 1.45}. FianI Handicap.- Flying Phaat, 8.5 (Simpson), 1: Miss Dulce.-7.0 (O'Malley), 2; Dull Fea...

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE COILS OF A SNAKE. GRUESOME DEATH IN CELL. OFTFIOHR SUICIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

IN THE CO|LS OF A SNAKE. GRUESOME DEATH IN CELL. OFTFIOHR SU KUDUS. VIKXNA,' Nov/ 1'5.-"A soldier of llit» garrison named Peter Wardeiiii who over-stayed Ills leave, was con* lined to tlie culls for a day. 'But wliun tho'guunl came to tliu call in tlio illuming. lie found the, soldier dead, anil wrapped In the colls of ah enormous snalce. The oiRcer who awarded the punishment was called, and was ho overcome at tlio sight that he went to his bedroom and shot himself; '

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EX-DUKE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

EX-DUKE DEAD. VIBX.MA, Nov. 15.-The clcatii is reiiorteil of the ex-Duke of Cumber* land. . ' "

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL OMELETTE-EATING CONTEST. COMPETITOR FALLS DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

FATAL OMELETTE-EATING CtiNTESTV COMPETITOR FALLS DEAD. M»US3BLS,::Nov. 15-The annual omelette-eating' coniiiiitilion, was lielU at Stuvoneaiv .near Tonkress, but there Wim a. tragic.-ending; TKo ome lettes wore .made of buckwheat. and were very Indigestible. One ot t»io competitors}' coilapaed at the table, and' when picked. up was dead.

Publication Title: Daily Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BANK MESSENGERS MURDERED. BANDITS SECURE 43,600 DOLLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Witness — 16 November 1923

BANK MESSENGERS: . MURDERED. BANDITS SECURE 43,600 DOLLARS. NllilW VOKiK, Nov. 11.-Two ban dits waited at tlio elevated railway station until two lfii'nlc "messengers alighted t'roni the train, anil then'shot them dead without ?warning. Tlie bandits escaped In a waiting motor oar with 13,GOO dollars. ,

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